Arvada High School - Redskin Yearbook (Arvada, CO)

 - Class of 1984

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' , ' f 2 ""' 'ti .O K, IARVIADIA, CO. 80094 l Co y Qrs Bryfi "' f Lono Storbuck 1 Assistont Editors, Tommy Angel .. .L-nfl' Section Leoders - - Mood A An Tron Seniors Deon Urendo Closses Amy Johnson 1 Juniors Alison Hort Student Life Truly Hinrichsen Sophomores Netto Tockwell Sports S Michelle Fiore Foculty Mike Flynn Clubs Gurtho Bogby Corie Moscorello l r ' wi-'fr . - - , 1 1 rr , no fr XG 4. M , S--l ,mf r, ,Fi ., 1:52 5' , ,ir 'ff5j2.,w., A ' "Q 1 V, --.-'1"1' E r l l Y r i A l J W r All 4 '-. -:A-Y .. ..,,. W !t2ff"7f . , f,,,, , . ,. ,- li' -sf 4, - " ww n Contents Mood Seniors Closses Juniors Student Life Sophomores Sports Faculty so s Clubs Hollwoys Help Moke Friends Through these halls, new friends were discovered. Al- though ot times students ex- perienced difficulties, they usuolly monoged to pull through with the help of oth- ers. Relationships devel- oped, ond feelings grew stronger for one onother. As the yeor come to o close, they reolized thot what they hod wos speciol ond those memories would be cherished forever. iii -1-SQWSKL i -if s:aP,. Fads, Fashions Highlight Halls The fads and individuality of the school year helped create differ- ences and similarities among the students. Some tried to be differ- ent: others changed with every- one else, as new styles came and went. Through these halls walked the jeans, shoes, shirts, and hair- styles that changed with each stu- dent and with the entire student body. Whether dressing up, wear- ing t-shirts, becoming punk, or staying cool with some shades, the fads and fashions of 1984 will be a memory of another school year. 1 e 0 180 r,-Q-Q. ,f QV' Ji. -'.'.' . I Q ' '- 5 1 4-S ,., .,ff x, .2 ,.15,', 1 Q . f-uh X, aj fx, '1- Redskins Show Pride ln School As students passed through these halls, they remem- bered what it was like be- ing a Redskin. They gave part of themselves, to shore time with others. Being a Redskin was more than just attending the school. lt meant getting involved with new acquaintances, and new activities. They took pride in their school as well as in themselves to make this year the best pos- sible. K... A is , -W N, N -We 1 'haf' ww mv-22, .,.,..f . .:,,, . ,.,.:,:. 96" . 'wily if ww Student Body Displays Spirit Through these halls students have shown the spirit of be- ing a Redskin. Pep assem- blies, locker decorations, and painted hallways were some examples of the spirit portrayed. Students in- volved themselves in many activities in which they ex- pressed their different inter- ests. Although it was time for seniors to leave school. the spirit will always remain among students for years to come. J 'N -' " W'-W. i .. egg K Through These Holls Walk The Finest People In America THE ARVADA REDSKINS X N5 9? ,mm ,., , .S xx .gw,M,. S . . 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When graduates remember the times they have had passing through these halls, they will realize they have spent some of the best worst and most memorable years of their lives here Mali? 5-I Q AWN: Q 1 sg, N if' 5 BEST DRESSED CLASS CLOXVNS MOST ATHLETIC Lestio Brcrntinghom Shelly Richardson Jennifer Holboch Bob Cozzie Dorin Duchtel Phil Cross Super Seniors L BEST LOOKING BIGGEST FLIR TS CUTEST FIGUREXBEST BUILD Liso Bueghly Corrie Moscorello Jeni Voth Rob Bruce Brion Hutchin Poul Shurnos fail L-'fs l ju .. . 1-.9 I MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST PERSONALITY MOST INTELLIGENT Danice Rinderkecht Sherri Lehman Bonnie Gleason Bryan Saunders Dean Billington Brian Rink Super Seniors BEST ALL AROUND MOST RADICAL MOST TALENTED Susan Magda Nikki Erb Laura Storm Clay Corbus Troy Briggs Dean Urenda Remembering John Zarlengo John Zorlengo was a person whose outlook on life was an easygoing as he himself was. Born on June 15, 1965, to loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Probert Zar- lengo. John attended Arvada Ju- nior High and, briefly, Arvada Sen- ior. During these short-lived years he became loved, admired, and respected by all he came in con- tact with. Throughout junior and senior high school he became involved in a variety of athletics. Football and wrestling were two of the sports which he excelled at. John later became a certified scuba diver. His dedication and seIf-determina- tion to succeed were just two of his charateristics. Yet to serve as a balance to his strength and drive, John possessed an understanding and sensitive side, full of warmth and compassion. This is the side which remains intact within each individual who was fortunate enough to know him. Even now two years later, the warm memo- ries of John Zorlengo are not for- gotten. i "We would like to express our thanks to the Class of 1984 for the remembrance of our son, John Zorlengo." Mr. and Mrs. Roberrlorlengo P Nikki Erb President '- Danice Rinderknecht Vice-President CLASS OF Sheryl Colander Secretory 1 984 Bottom row: C. Teter, R. Raleigh, D. Sounders. Row 2: J. Voth, L. Wilkins, G. Schofield, S. Magda. D. Billington, T. Golden. Row 3 N. Erb, S. Richardson, L. Shimpa, J. Howell. S. Colander, J. Ford. Seon Adoms Terri Adams ' Mike Aerni LoDono Ainslie Grace Aldrich Tocy Aldridge Kendall Allison .grill-A ,St if 2' Bradley' Anderson Brenda Anderson Tommy Angel Michele Arko Rhonda Afmgfygng ,Leonne Atkins Sherri Atkinson Chorley Auli Lorena Austin Donny Boche' Gunhq Dqgby Terrie Bagwell Louro Baker Kerri Bokso Bounsong, Bunchongchith Doug Barr Kris BOND Cofhi Burton Jennifer Dashford Don Bass Scott Beard Kathy Becker Sfephqnie Deeler Matthew Belland Rose Bender 5 Cindy Bennett Jeff Derres Jessico Berry Lori Best Lindo pexley Deon Billington Liso Bird Dana Bishop Darren Bloom Scott Bowman Jennifer Blakeslee Paula Blalock Nancy Boye, Michael Branham '-95-'30 B'0mi09h0m Candice Bridges Troy Briggs Brian Bril Joe Brockway KGUGY Uwnk Jackie Brough Robin Brown Tim BVOWU Peter Browne Rondy Bruno Rob Bruce Dorin Buchtel Houston Drummette use uueghry Pour num Noelle Burchi r Travis Burns Debbie Byers Greg Byers Wendy Calkins Mory Collohnn Greg Campbell Rob Comwell Jennifer Copro Terry Carlson Greg Carmack Christine Carney Jeff Carpenter Krigry Carpenter Rich Castellano Jason Castro 27 Sa 9 WMU h Cha pel m Com,-,Zora Dennis Cerrone Josep p Gina Ciccone Christina Clark 10hfl Clem Arthur Clements Don Clay Bill Cleveland David Cline Julie Clonch Nothon Clyncke 5h9FYl Colonder Stacey Collins Elizabeth Cook Richord Cook Barclay Corbus Carolyn Cordeon Cathleen Cordial Jamie Coy KQV Clare Corrigan 1e"Y COX Robert Cozzie phmp 0055 Audra Cuno Jeff Davis Leslie Davis Q. ff, lily 5. if r f.,, 1 .Irw . ..r,.. 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Bryan Saunders Joy Schefff Paige Scripter Deborah Shaver Gina Schofield Liz Shaw Elaine Shimpa Davin Shing Volerie Shockley Cory Shroyer Poui Shurnos Deonno Skidmore ' Ann Smith Charles Smith Kathy Smart Cheryl Smith 4. .E .:f,. ,.,:f g,, :tg-sxlsbfaggf , . 1- Sfit XLLr,k Dorwell Smith Virginio Smith Wqde Smith 5 if -. iff Michelle Stongle Lono Storbuck Louro Stehle Monica Steikunos RO'-'Jef' 5'9Ve59"' Christie Stewart 51 Christine Stimmler mum Mmm Poulo Stuht Amy Swsko Brion Stubbs Brent Sullivan wqndo Sullivon Shmof' 5W0if' Julie Swenson Rich Tohkofper Sokuro Tangkpcmyq Lindo Tennigkeit Frances Terrozos Cynthio Teter Tsqi Thqo Melinda -I-hiemon Craig Thomerson Rick Thompson 63 0 Scott Thompson Kim Timmons Renee Towne An Tron i g ' we vig . gi Q f iixvffigi- A Huong Tlqn Michelle Trembath Karen Trever Deon Tucker Mike New Todd Underwood Roger Vodeen Arlene Voldez Julie V951 U50 Vetting Kevin Viburg Eric Vinquist Holly Vonesh Julie V055 ' ff W P W x -333'-1 A . 'Gi , W P. 03? 5555 X :HX 4 1 L if vm N- Q vm. 'f 'H 'X 'O' S 5 X X 51 , K REA, .W SX X :Ew,q3sX 'x My 1 ,, F wif 5 ' 'V H' ab " Ni x if A Eiiffx gb 'EF X gfwxgfgga' 1253 s 1 ff 5 ,fm ,, 'X Q J S+' ,, A - - E f , A if 5 5 X, 3 K, , x N5 v 5 LS' ' z , 5 .1 x M Y Q 5 X eu is 5 N Q gf f I 2 . . .k,, I Q .. f -ri 'f ' f -. Jennifer Voth Chong Vue p0U'0 W09"'e' Ron wokefiegd Cory Wglkef Colherine Wollin ,ga Honk Word Molio Woress T9'e50 W0U9h Tommy Welch f i l N .locquelin Whitworth l Sheri Wilkersen Sandy Wellborn Jeff White Stephen Wilkerson Letricio Wilkins Troy Williqmg Terri Winfrey Th9f9Se W0f0PeY Don Wylie Moy Zouo Xiong Ying Yong Noncy Yotes Gory Younger Corrie Zobo Teri Zimmerman CLASSROOMS Everyday, through these halls. the students are learning and the fac- ulty is helping them understand and complete their courses. With a new emphasis on better educa- tion, students are going back to the basics of English, math, sci- ence, and social studies. Along with the basics, elective courses help each student choose classes that will benefit them for college, for a job, or whatever else lies ahead. Whether the class be industrial ors, foreign language, P.E., art, music or the new progressive com- puter classes, learning is an impor- tant part of the high school exper- ience for students. When they look back on what they have learned and discovered, a memo- rable part of the school years is remembered. QGQUQQ 'M lb-in ,we ,cs-.s,--9""'wmm 4- Students Ready For Tomorrow Through these halls walked stu- dents preparing themselves for additional educatlon, jobs, and life. Some basic classes that helped for future schooling were social studies, math, foreign lan- guages, science, and language arts. Students who were prepar- ing themselves for the job world took additional classes such as business or technical arts, and some attended the Warren Cen- ter. Those who wanted to be ready for life took music, physical education, art, reading, home economics, driver education, or one of the special programs. Xb Milli k 5 c i W 'sv' K' urge ,. ami L. .. ..,-.N -Q wwms5.fwQ:.ff by ,. -i X-1 2 iff' J if ,fin Mmmmt l M, if rf! Q if as md' .-H' ,S 4' 'Ai 4 Social Studies Offers Electives Students are required to take two years of social studies. Students in tenth grade were re- quired to take three quarters of world history and one quarter of state and local government. Students in eleventh grade were required to take three quarters of American history and one quarter of economics. Seniors can take any of the social studies classes as elective require- ments. Language Arts Offers Variety With the variety of language art classes, each student was able to pick classes which interested him. Three years of language arts was required which included three quarters of literature, three quar- ters of composition, one quarter of language, one quarter of oral communication, and one full year of electives. Classes ranged from small group discussion to composi- tion for the college bound. fi :X E 2 S 3. 'hmmm NN xsmlUUllN""""""l SXI .l Vg ir . ii ,A., Students Study Many Customs Students of the foreign language classes not only learn the Ian- guage but also the culture of for- eign countries. Some foreign lan- guage classes held their own cul- ture days on which every student brought a dish which represented his country. The culture days also included a wide variety of art, music, and customs. Activities also included bake sales and dining at restaurants with foreign foods. Several different languages such as French, German, Latin. Russian, and Spanish were offered to stu- dents at all levels. Science Helps College Bound For groduotion oll students must toke one yeor of science. The choices were Biology I and ll, physics, chemistry, and Unified Sci- ence. For the odvonced students Honors Biology and Honors Physics were offered. ln these classes stu- dents worked ot o quicker rote. All science closses build good backgrounds for college bound students, ond eoch provides o chonce to experiment with differ- ent experiences. . i A l N s. f "" rr' ut ' f 5 1 ,U A Math Assists ln College Prep One year of math was required for all students although many stu- dents took one or two additional years of mathematics for college. A dozen different courses were of- fered to students. Advanced classes were Calculus, Algebra ll, Trigonometry, and Honors Geome- try. Other math classes were AI- gebra l, Geometry, Easy Calcula- tions, Applied Math, Computer, Math and Finance, Math Analysis, and Probability and Statistics. Business Offers Many Classes Many business classes were of- fered to those students preparing themselves for working in the business world. These classes in- cluded accounting, data process- ing, business math, intro to busi- ness, office occupations, personal law, Gregg and Forkner short- hand, and Typing l-IV. The busi- ness department also offered mar- keting and distributive education in which students operated a bookstore and learned on-the-job training. The students competed in areas that ranged from advertis- ing to general merchandising. Students Assist Staff Members Students assisted the faculty in the department offices as well as in the counseling, student services and main offices. The department- al assistants helped in grading pa- pers and running errands for their assigned teacher. Those who worked in the three offices were given jobs that included operating the switchboard, filling mailboxes, delivering messages and making coffee. The students received either V2 credit per semester for working in the main offices, or M: credit for assisting a teacher. L ,mm.1L Rv . wt s. 3 ez. C. X 'Z T an A DF Q cs.. Q ' "' tx 'P Tw 2 GE S a C 1 3 X 1 K5 i A G is F X Y I Q 3 N J., ..,,,.fs- Yi X ,K 3 was ilk vs-Q-5-'V fi Wm N 'ms ss 'Est . to rs X xnxx fs. so M . .- ik. Nws,.,.g Warren Center Builds Skills The Warren Ocupational-Techni- cal Center offered classes in differ- ent trades. The school provided students with skills necessary in preparation for a job. The majority of students spent half a day at- tending academic classes and half a day at the Warren Center. Stu- dents helped better their chance for getting a job after graduation by going to the Warren Center. W :iw ,, 55.2 ywwwmwng ,M ,. rmmnww Industrial Arts Exhibit Talents Trade skills were taught on five different levels. Autoshop, Draft- ing, Woodshop, Metalshop and Electronics. Students bettered their skills by working with their hands and not by pushing a pencil. After completing classes within the ln- dustrial Arts Department. a stu- dent was ready to complete his or her training, either at a job or at a vocational school. 5 'I .L T. se ""' ec A gs::!IZ..5: f.- . -. -rsr gif . ,E Home Ec Gives Students Choice The Home Economics department offered classes that Included Foods I, Marriage and Family, Child De- velopment, Independent Living, Clothing I and Interior design. These classes were helpful to those students Interested In pre- paring themselves for future life. Foods classes taught students how to prepare many different types of food as well as teaching good kitchen habits. Clothing students learned sewing techniques by practicing what they learned at home. ll P, 5 1 Q .ff1' w , . M MW, Z i ,ev ,W ., 4 , ,,f ' f ,V Music Classes Develop Skills Instrumental and vocal classes were offered through the music department. The vocal classes were composed of various performing groups such as Chantelles, Chorale Choraliers, Concert Choir, Crystelles, and the Modernaires. Students took vocal muslc classes to enrich their musi- cal abllltles whlle having fun. The students also received elective credlt for each cholr in which the performed. Instrumental classes were the Sophomore Cadet Band, Sym- phonlc Band, Wind Ensemble, Or- chestra, and a Jazz Stage Bond. Students enrolled In band classes were challenged by the music that they performed. Concerts were a big part of the band mem- bers' grades. Band members also received elective credit for the groups in which they played. ' Young Artists Use lmagination Students taking art classes were given the chance to be creative and imaginative. Some students entered projects in various shows demonstrating their talents. The classes offered were Drawing, Jewelry l and ll, Ceramics and Fi- ber Art I and ll. Reading Class Helps Students Reading classes were offered to meet the needs of students at both ends of the spectrum. Read- ing lab was offered primarily for those students who score two or more levels below their grade level on county tests. ln addition, one class was offered to students to improve their reading speed and comprehension before at- tending college. Special Classes Assist Students Five special classes were offered to students with special learning disabilities in different areas. The Work Experience Study program helped students learn skills and the training needed to get and keep a job. The SLIC program assisted students who needed special attention in overcoming learning disabilities in math, English, or social studies. Tesol was offered to students who were learning English as a second language. SIEBD was available to students who had special emotional and behavioral problems. Students with comprehension and perceptual problems were aided through the PC lab. Another Class Added To P.E. The physical education depart- ment added aerobics to its pro- gram this year. The class was open to all students interested. ln aerobics students had the opportu- nity to lead the class, have guests come lead. and work-out with vid- eo tapes. Other P.E. classes includ- ed power lifting and life sports. Driving Class Teaches Skills Students learned better driving skills and also received insurance benefits in Drivers Education. Stu- dents participated in the simulator and at the driving range. In the classroom they learned the mean- ing of street signs, types of insur- ance, rules of the street and how to control a car when the unex- pected happens. JUNIORS When entering the second year of high school, most juniors become more involved and more a part of the activities available at school. Friendships, old and new, are strengthened, spirit is more enthu- siastic, and the classes are harder. Future plans are an additional part of the junior year. 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Year Filled With Many Activities This year of 1983-1984 was full of many fun-filled activities. Home- coming, which was put on by Stu- dent Councll, had a Hawaiian theme and several different orna- ments decorated the gym. Many people were present for the "Night In Paradise." The choir and band held numerous concerts each, one of them held at Christ- mas. "Charley's Aunt," a play put on by Ms. Sharon Carter and the Thes- plans, was a highlight of the year. Sadie Hawkins which was also put on by the Thespians was one of the best dances this year. The 1983-1964 year turned out to be o big success. uf- 'W' X- ,ti 5, is X. if as rf' ii , vi' if U all f g f f Hollwoy Pride il qa5gZ'fTvM"WQ QM, Vfnwwf ,Jr H, X. 'J K-'if E if V' A ,Q .,.. f, - H . ,wx . Q 1 s A .4 5 . , I 4 V, Q 4 ,,,..--Nr.. W.. .... f w-ww f zf , tin' Y X A 'm..fxX H" ,mV , Q u , K fx,s,,v 1 n Q 1? M , Q W x 4 wfv '4s' 1, 2' f V s ' a um . A 1 f Y... 1 200 March In Annual Parade Approximately 200 students par- ticipated in the 58th annual Har- vest Festival Parade which was held early in September. The marching band, cheerleaders, pom pons, Mr. and Mrs. Redskin, and Student Council participated. The band parents sponsored three soft drink stands with the profits going to the booster fund. Llc, K 1, ,.- I A ,ms f f E 115 j a? ' if . gf ,1,. ,l-i la' l 5+i'i ' ,rlyg ' -fists -51 ' N if, Mi, xg ,. , i 'll ,l'Cgf'ff.5 i ,csr M A 2-we f . rx? Q . , gy! w ,f yi, .f .g X, 1 i L-P , 'QE .-.- kfirhk 21+ 1 2 " su , A f W T- 00-. max...- Special Week Features Fun Costumes and school spirit filled this Homecoming Week in which many students and faculty partici- pated by dressing according to the days. The week was started off with crazy hats and sunglasses day. Many more sunglasses than hats were seen. Tuesday was punk rock day. The highlight of this day was a punk assembly where punk air bands performed Wednesday was nerd day. Many tacky, unmatched clothes were put together. Thursday was sweats and red and white day. Another assembly was held for spirit. This was the day of the Homecoming game. Everyone wore their beach bum clothes on Friday. Hawaiian shirts and lais were seen. Wil. M Ml. V I4 ,f' " ,ff ' M "" 'Nl V T rl s ' it 'T ,,. mi . ,,VV V . ix. N x K .M----u. ,V hi L 4 :iv 4 , fi K ji 4 at ., f Q G .f 1 ,W , P2 'V A 4 Q , ff. 4 , g Q VH. '9f?F'w -ws MWA Y nm pr Hcc wif QW. .386 Royalty Dances ln 'Paradise' Dancers had a "Night in Paradise" in a room decorated with the col- ors of the rainbow at the Home- coming Dance. The highlight of the evening was the announce- ment of the royalty including King Dean Billington and Queen Letri- cia Wilkins. The announcement was made by Shelly Richardson, a representative of Student Council. The queen was then crowned by last year's queen, Judy Trever. Le- tricia and Dean started the dance to the theme song, "Never Gonna Let You Go," played by the band Round Tree. in S .Q QS 3, . R R. Bruce, S. Magda, Seniors N. Erb, Senior 0 D. Billington, L. Wilkins, King and Queen B. Hutchin, J. Voth, Seniors sm' 5' it 'eww C. Corbus, Senior T. Leisenring, S. Heorrell, Juniors A. Shimpa, L. Ekdohl, Sophomores Music Concert Draws Crowd The choir and the band presented a Christmas concert during the month of December. The first night Crystelles and Concert Choir sang with the Wind Ensemble, also the Jazz band played as well as Or- chestra. The second night Sopho- more band and Symphonic band played, the Modernaires, Chora- liers sang, and the Orchestra played with Chorale. Q S T ',"' to Q S as S V mms: - K l HKD? Three Star In Charley s Aunt "Charley's Aunt," the fall produc- tion, featured Tim Brown as Lord Fancourt Baberley, Brian Stubbs as Charley Wykeham, and Craig La- benz as Jack Chesney in the lead roles. The cast included Chris Ohman, Brassett: Laura Storm, Kitty Ver- dun: Bill Bunn, Sir Francis Chesney, Bart: Lonnie Hess, Amy Spettigue: Bob Cozie, Stephen Spettigue: Nancy Nelson, Donna Lucia D'Al- vadorez: and Ela Delahay, Jeri Gittens. Ms. Sharon Carter directed the English comedy which takes place in Oxford, England, during the year 1892. Km www ln 'ff Spirit Shown At Pep Assemblies The purpose of the pep assem- blies are to promote school spirit and support the athletic teams. At many of the rallies awards or tro- phies are given and crozy activi- ties toke place. Tribe, whose sponsor is Ms. Gail Marcus, and Student Council, whose sponsor is Mr. Ted Grundemeier, presents these assemblies in order for the students to become more in- volved in school activities. u tuu, M: 4 5 as Qs 5 fs, My is ii ss Q fs at ,. it Z - - L ic k-ii f i .. - - ...- Q... .cess 1 X at S 'R X Q Y Q Q ,g sf kt se 5 W ss s ss' was is ii A 1 wx +G 'GV' ,H , i mln ilk A 2 Couples Go To Sadie Hawkins The Sadie Hawkins Dance, spon- sored by the Thespians and Ms. Sharon Carter, their advisor, was held in the middle of January. Many crazy activities took place, one of which was the fake mar- riage ceremony. Records were played and people danced to the music. Laura Storm and Chris Oh- man, the president and vice presi- dent of Thespians, organized the dance. 1' at Q' ,S eggs if Xiu? s gs, Fa if . X fs, 4 PFes35?'?f , Scindqvolil Lf ' .',' , ,May Eawdids A A n, www 4 4 . 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W ur r f Robert Wilkinson Q ke M. ., ,Q-E gf 1 L Q25 f.gq5xQRf if W rirr K 'F N . ' x if M1 Q ik ix Sharlyn Witt Eric WY93 -X ---- N 'V bw Xl Ns 33" E XX x :fx x- 5 - 12 Ja mes Zamora -J SPCRTS Athletics provide an important part of each school year. Whether participating in any of the 13 sports or supporting the athletic events, the athletes anditheir fans brought the people of the school together. Boys and girls were each offered the some number of sports. Boys could participate in football, wrestling, and baseball, and girls in gymnastics, volleyball, and softball. Basketball, swim- ming, soccer, tennis, golf, cross- country, and track were available to both boys and girls willing to be dedicated. The time and effort, in any sport, involve long hours of practice and much physical endur- ance. ln each season the athletes play to their best ability and feel a sense of accomplishment at the finish. Sportsmanship is also de- veloped and carries over to many other areas. Pride was developed by the ath- lete and the enthusiasm of the school. Through these halls walked the athletes and those who supported them in a year of active competition and spirit. 5 s E35-5135 9 W c Q.. fiiwfgf -.X 1 'iii New uv 33' '19 .W ,Weis W Yr. 7 is 1 MI I -N Est. ? -. xv , N V. -ff A ' :wwf . ' H, - wp. WW .,.., ...ff stsst ., s . 'NQ5 1 ,.., sm 5 iw., 'df . Q15 "i I Sf Q ""'w 7 W -' K- 5 .. ,. yi 1:5 ,Q , Q ,. if Q Q 1' X W Q 2 wg ,, V Q if 3 Q 5 K ar? K' R X K S X , K il kwds ' A 'nf W ' M K f ki' : J -4 H J Bratton J Redrc B. Woodward Raiders Go To State Play-0ffs Getting all the way to the state semi-finals, the varsity squad lost a heartbreaker in overtime to their crosstown rivals, the Pomona Panthers 20-14. To achieve their spot in the semi- final round. the team defeated three of the top five ranked teams in state. Their record of 8-5 did not show how really good they be- came. The team had a fine season for rushing and passing. They rushed for over 2400 yards and passed for 760 yards. The passing attack was led by Troy Leisenring who passed for over 690 yards. The running game was led by Randy Miskol who scored 84 points on the season. Bottom Row: C. Culter, E. Knechtel, B. Hurdwh, R Cross, C Corbus, D. Schmldt and S. Stapp Row 2: D. Clay, R.L. Spomer, M. Davis, D. Rucker, J. Clem, D. Taylor, K. Sauer, W. Smlth, D. Smlth and D. Colley Row 3: R. Dlngle. J. Fusaro, T. Lowe, D. Shing, S. Robertson. D. Gillette. R. Guerln, L. Edwards. K. Ford and R. Mlskol Row 4: S. Robertson, M. Flynn. S. Bowman, L. Stearns, D. Pond, J. Johnson, T. Lelsenrlng. D. Wardlow, B. Callahan and P. Shurnas Row 5: R. Bruce, J. Carpenter, G. Hassel. C. Danos, A. Clements, R. Stephens, D. Tucker, R. Lowrey, S. Turney, R. Kelly and K. Vlburg Row 6: J. Bratten, .l. Carre, B. Allison, D. Woodward, J. Redlc and J. Richter l ' FA. 'f , tr il 1 ' ,xx ' I F . H - Q if 9 slim' at x . .1.i:-z.f? ,- 1, Carpenter D. Clay 1. Clem A. Clements C Corbus P, Cross W , Q . '--' 5- ,VV ffl. . -, H , . V S ' n , V ' . L,rs - Ei' F ' R. Dingle M. Flynn D, Hurdvm R, Kelley A. Melo D. Pond ' J. Rucker D. Shing V ' P. Shumas D. Smith W. Smith R. Stephens .WY YY' Y Y"""' 'Y' if ae L I . , fl .tf- mx 3 'A-V ,,...,.,, ,,..,.. i, v K y 'm"1m. . A " -... Bottom Row: A. Lowery, L. Abernathy. D. Chavez. A. Johnston. D. Cole. G. Hodapp, L. Moore. T. Valdez and K. Moser Row 2: Coach J. Tennyson, M. Daily, T. Culter, D. McMIIlan, 5. Jewett. A. Gade, K. Mlller, M. McLaughlin and K. Dlllow Row 3: Coach Warden, P. Hayden, S. Kennedy, E. Martinez, AJ. Lagerhelm, T. Derdahl, R. Chavez. E. Scowden, T. Flynn and Coach Maes Row 4: S. Vanvalkenburgh, C. Hansen, J. Doerlng, D. Hassell, C. Hughes, B. Kissell. D. Loop and B. Becker Row 5: K. Dade, R. Orton, M. Capasso, B. Estep and M. Laughlln Q Q Q W C. :ll .gl 5. ' ,, V . ig, - X. . U N ' . my kg . ,. 3 1' - I n 5 ' -' ' siiwzig' we .gm -iff., fffg, , 'if-'ii' f . :,, ,, AA,. 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Hughs, R. Calwell, D. Boland and D. Rehfeld Row 3: J. Akers, J. Lopez, P. Griffin, K. Kelly. J. White, W. Stumpp. D. Mauser and T. Georigia. Top row: Coach J. Coco. T. McMahon, R. Morger, R. Lopez, D. Barr, M. Tuers, S. Barr, T. Durbin and D. Loboto D Barr R. Cantwell M. Tuers J. White Kickers Make The Play-Offs The boy's soccer team had a fine season, finishing with a record of 4-2-4, which lead them into the first round of the Jeffco play-offs. Senior and captain Doug Barr lead all scorers in Jefferson County with 13 goals. Members of this years team were: Seniors: Doug Barr, Rob Cantwell, co-captain Mike Tuers and Jeff White. Juniors: Jason Akers, Steve Bokros, Tom Georgia, Paul Griffin. Kevin Kelly, Mike Knipps, Dennis Loboto, Joe Lopez, Sean McClure, Rich Morger, Dave Rehfeld. Don Rosier, Werner Stumpp and Scott Hughs. Sophomores: Steve Barr, Tom Behm, Dove Boland, Troy Durbin, Mark Fay, Dano Mauser, Tim McMahon, Robert Lopez and Jay Penny i 0 180 Bottom row: S. Richardson. J. Holbach, Coach S. Hasenkamp, K. Bronk, S. Magda. Row 2: L. Shimpa, D. Rinderknecht, L. Bueghley. Row 3: J. Florida, P. Blalock. Row 4: M. Arko Bottom row: N. Fonelli, M. McKowen, G. McCleIand, J. Black Row 2: A. Kissell, M. Vest. T. Magda Row 3: K. Ricker, Ccoachb D. Westover. S. Noll Row 4: C. Donnel- ly. M. Lingle Row 5: J. Block Varsity Goes To State Tourney The volleyball team ended this years season with a record of 20- 5. Coached by S. Hasenkamp the girls went to state but were de- ff ofeateoheorly en. The tearnconsistk ed of seniors D. Rinderknecht, P. Blalock, M. Arko, L. Bueghley, S. Richardson. J. Halbach, L. Shimpo, S. Magda, K. Bronk, and junior J. Florida. 'Altofowhcrshowed much talent this year. J. V. was coached by D. Peterson, and C. Verke coached Sophomore volleyball. ,EM SOFTBALL X1 Q R N NK KQQ SX A SXXXN Q K K 44 W fs if Q 4 hw, JYJMQ 1 ff , W l mwwq-4 W M W ,M 2: ff' E ww 4 ,gf Y 6 f -'wmflflv V773 MM 1 museum 5 My 5 2 hkwwf 3,4529 ,wwf W ff A f Q Q 7, W XQW fffwfgwf W2 f f 1 my Z ' LEW? A Midday! y 5 M, F, 1, W , ,Wg f gig? M W amwwdgfww X ff 'mwmfw WM :4AwWM QM 4 , Mm wzaaigiyfwwfi www? ww f 2 wf eifff' gif ,f , 5 WI W W ,ff aw y!?,+ qg fig 1 14443 Ami' rv W' A' I VW' F M ff 1 ff iii? ff gb fy W4 Bottom row: D. Ochs, M. Cole. A. Makinen, C. Roberts, J. Voss, T. Richards, G. Lehto, K. Tone, and L. Fiore. Row 2: Coach B. Meisner, G. Blackburn, S. Hathaway, M. Samora. W. Piburn, S. Keil, N. Quaratino, J. Lefave, D. Kirkpatrick, S. Kern, S. Traut and Coach G. Spano. Girls Compete ln New Sport For the first time the girls' softball league was introduced to Jeffer- son county. Led by Coproin Natalie Quororfho the girls' softball team ran home with a 3-7 record. "It was a very successful initial sea- son for the softball program," Coach Bob Meisner commented. Wendy Mbum was voted the msot valuable player by her team- mates. She was also selected sec- ond-team all conference for first base, while Diane Kirkpatrick re- ceived the Hustle Award. In addi- tion. N. Quaratino, Cissy Roberts, and Susan Hathaway were select- ed to play in the Jefferson County North vs. South Senior Girls All-Star Softball Game. ,v,v.',, ,4QQQ5x o:,:,:,o,o,, .sa X 7,31 4'. .O 5 5 x ','.0: 9,0 5 0 xQ'X 0,o..',0.g' S. os S s' 9,5 S Q' Q' xx: 4 ' S ' s "2" X03 ffs 1 Q A Q' ' s ' s 9 .s .N 55 7 ,Q x S 0 5 0' 0 .es5S Q Q Q ' Jvgs 3.2 .Ss 0.55 9' 9' 0 X 9'n.4sfJ 5 O' O r XR ss 9 :9.s ,s , 5 Q 6 59s tx tl 0 .Rv fav' s x-1-1 -' 'W'-:"x-:Q C 'Q . st 0.59 Q, 5 Q '05 ' Q ' ' s' . 5 5 o 6' 79 1' .9 iz" .3 ' ' . '0.0'r ,vga-X C 05" 1' O 'o','."v V Q O 5 , ' I v,o::':'.s 3235! 4 0 0,9 vp' ' ' o 4 1 ' 4 s Q I f I-'vb-:Q-29 . 0, 093, 93,400 O ,533 'O.v.o,9'4. 'x:s.9:.Q,v,Q 9 0 ff' -u .fx , .00 .' O I 0 s ,QQ O ,QQ ' 40:0 O .':.' Q 'Oi , Q s O O ' 4, f p..:.5,c.Q'g' ,. an ' Q O Q O . S Q Q I ' ' 9. 'S ' 'ov tv .. O Q 0. 5 ' Q., - 04" ' Coach P. Pendorf Bottom row: P. Griego, S. Conway, P. Horn, S. Harrower, D. Chrischos and Coach Pendorf. Row 2: M. Trujillo, J. Garcia, M. Aerni, D. Kampman, J. Gillach and J. Krankota J' 27:7 swf fin f 1 J 5-kiir,W" , ' ' P Alwffii W .3 f '- if f f ,. 5 Horrower D. Kampman M. Aerni F Netters Have Rebuilding Year The tennis team had a fair season finishing with a record of 1-10. The only win came against Bear Creek in the final two weeks of the season. Although this season was not a suc- cess for the team, not all was lost. Captain Steve Horrower had a success- ful season by winning seven of his eleven matches. Other members of the team were, Seniors: Mike Aerni, and Dave Kamp- man. Juniors: Sean Conway, Jim Gar- cia, Brad Rink and John Plakours. Sophomores: Jim Gillach, Pat Gris- chow, Jason Krankota and Mark Truji- llo. Bottom row: Coach K. Sakurada. K. Downey. A. Parker, T. Nollenberger, C. Herndon. S. Dardinas, K. Metz and Coach G. Pysklo Row 2: L. Darsow, M. Pickard, T. Olson, L. Warner, Maryann DeWitt, Mindy DeWitt, D. Ciacco, R. Gomez and L. Cancannon. M. DeWitt C. Herndon Gymnasts Take Sixth ln Jeffco. T. Nollenberger Coaches K. Sakurada and G. Pysklo 4 The varsity gymnastics team fin- ished this season with a record of five and five, they also placed sixth in league and in districts. The junior varsity finished their season with a record of five and six and finished third in the J.V. League meet. Coach Kathy Sakurada was im- pressed with the teams perfor- mance. She summed up the sea- son by saying, "Although it wasn't a winning season, it was a successful one. The girls learned a lot from each other and more about themseIves." Members of the team were sen- iors Mary Ann DeWitt, Chris Hern- don and Theresa Nollenberger. Ju- niors included Laurie Johansen, Shauna Dardinas, Kari Downey. and April Parker. Sophomores were Lisa Cancannon, Danielle Ciacco, Lynn Darsow, Mindy DeWitt, Kim Kraus, Tricia Olson and Michelle Pickard, Renee Go- mez, and Lisa Warner. Coaches were Kathy Sakurada and Gail Pysklo. , ,, ,, v l 188 w ,M ,, - Bottom row D Lasasso C Gray K Dell C Gray A Hart Row 2 M Graham R Passarelli, D. Shrayer, N. Bryant, G. Johnson, Swimmer's Ga To State Finals The girls swim team had a suc- cessful season taking fourth in league, which led them on to state. The team consisted of senior De- anna Losasso. .Iuniors Mary Gra- ham, Cindy Gray, Alison Hart, Ron- elle Huddleston, Rosalie Passarelli and Darcy Shroyer. Sophomores Heather Bryant, Kim Bell, Christie Gray, Gretchen Johnson, Dixie Lane, Lisa Lane, and Shelley Shi- vely completed the squad. The team was coached by Ms. Caty Schmeckpepper. Bottom row: Coach P. Kastor, S. Cramm, B. Waters, K. Thibodeou, S. Riley, M. Jensen, A. Shimpo. S. Martinez. Row 2: D. Billington, P Amato, S. Wilkerson. E. Iverson, J. Gomez, C. Pratz, D. Pettigrew, S. Thomas, and M. Horan W f I J fmsgiifl , " 1 4' ' Q .V V3 , ,' . , , TQ I ,J ,M34H?!Nf,l5- f 'Af 'Q3 in 'w 3 'f ur . , ff ' 519- 7 3 ,AA 5 XLS: 55 i f :K gt fi T ,, 5 I .I " . t 'MN 1 rf .Mi f Y ,gf K ff ' . L Lx xl , 1 f L - , f .-1 X J W MQ eq fa If I 1 L vi 'Y f , 1 T 'vx , Q VV Z5 , Q ,' 33 fag " f ,5 , ,L L , ,, ,Q 1 -"f 5 5 I V, , 5 , , , .A k"ff A f ffm? f ,L 4 L , L A ,QE ' ,qw Qgg, ,V fd, V' 1 ,f V 5 ' fig' A YA X -f 11 if ' z ,IV 1 1 V. f. ig an yy ,,., ziy It ,W an "EQ, -. , ' 6 yf , ' '- fff.-I' f W Q W" Jr' "EW " 6 X, X4 W L if 2 f 5 M . mv , Q Z M.: Bottom Row: P. Eaton, N. Erb, T. Dean, L. Hagerman, N. Reichardt, C. Shaffer, and R. Shaffer. Row 2: M. DeWitt, D. Urenda, M. Doette. D. Dradeen. G. Campbell, and S. Layfield. Row 3: Coach M. Graham, C. Young. R. Tahkofper, D. Carney, J. Richardson, M. Lev, and Coach A. Espionsa. Running Team - la.l5es.sGree!e1y The cross country team competed in eight meets this season and won the Greeley Invitational. Members of the team that placed in this meet were Greg Campbell, - Dean Urenda, Sean Layfield, Cap- tain Brion Rink, and Ryan Shaffer. G. Campbell B. Rink R. Tahkofper' D. Urenda The boys' team placed first in the Greeley Invitational, second in the sophomore meet, fourth in En- . glewood, fifth in districts, sixth in Longmont, seventh in county, and twelfth in Rocky Mountain. L The girls' team placed first in the sophomore meet, seventh in En- glewood and Longmont, ninth in districts, and eleventh in county. Coach M. Graham L. Captains were senior Bdan Rink and junior Carol Shaffer. Faculty member Mark Graham and gra- duate Andrea Espinosa coached the cross-country team. Andrea was also an all-state cross-country runner for Adams State. 194 35 ll s, , I .M we-K' ' XI -1-:An - e. ,ew We is he. T wi , 'Ti' ITL' TA if T T A VGIMI Y .. , a 'sr-A L .7 left to right: D. Lasasso, D. Rinderknecht, S. Magda, 5. Gorman. J. Halbach, Coach Kastor, K. Bueghley. E. Shimpa. and S. Hathaway. im lf, W. Piburn and C. Gray Drank, L. Gorman, S. Richardson, L. League O Cbgrnesswm First Game ln State Meet The girls' team with a record of 15- 7, earned the title of Jeffco cham- plans. The team also captured sec- ond in districts and defeated Rocky Mountain in the first round of state competition before losing to Aurora Hinkley in the quarter- finals. Kelly Bronk, Lisa Dueghley, Lynn Gorman, Sue Gorman, Jennifer Halbach, Susan Magda, Skelly Richardson, Danice Rinderknecht, and Lainie Shimpa comprised the squad coached by Phil Kastor. The junior varsity led by Coach Joyce Davisson also wan their di- vlslon with a record of 14-1. The sophomores. coached by Joe Pois- son, completed the year at 11-4 which took them into the sopho- more tournament. s 4 196 D. Kampman, D. Bloom, J. Weidmann. L. Rushton, D. Pond, R. Pearce, Coach T. McCormick, P. Cross, L. Stearns, T. Leisenring, T. Mandeville and S. Lucas ' i Yorsify Inkes Sixth In Jeffco The boy's team finished with a record of 8-12 which placed them sixth in league. Six returning Iettermen led the squad into post-season play. These boys were Phil Cross, Dave Kampman, Steve Lucas, Trent Mandeville, Rob Pearce and Lon- ny Stearns. Coach Tom McCormick said, "The team did well this season, but more team unity would have al- lowed the team to go farther." Other members of the varsity team were Darren Bloom, John Weldemann, Lance Rushton, Dan Pond and Troy Leisenring. The Ju- nior Varsity team, which was di- rected by Coach Mitch Peterson, finished with a record of 12-6 which placed them fifth in league. B. Eldredge, D. Duchtel Coach Greg McSwain's sophomore team completed the season with a 10-5 record, which placed them into post-season play. K. Tone, S. Kern, M. Llngle, C. Donnelly, D. Kirkpatrick, C. Gray. K. Loop, J. Easton. T. Richards ond Coach J. Dovisson. Bottom row: A. Durcrnt,1. Stern, J. Clark, T. Magda, L. Wilkins, L. Bornhill. Row 2: Cooch J. Poisson, C. Anderson, C. Liming. S. Holboch C. Watson. G. Lehto. ond N. Fonelli. ' ,g M, Bottom rovyiS. RB3!tsor1.VDLIQgker,,C. Thompsm, K,JVelIens,.ond5.HossekRow 2fGooeh 'W'P619fSUI'1T.f.'WPid9-ITIOVYT lfGTiSEW6W7 'K G.' Relibr, .l. Holboch, D. Wall, and D. Collohon. Bottom row: R. McCoy, W. Reinhard, P. Gilloch. S. Loyfield. D. Dominguez, G. Hodopp. Row 2: M. Coposso, M. Robben. D. Pearce. D. Cortvrlendt. D. Loop. D. Billings. and Coach G. McSwoin. 100 K. Drank L. Dueghley f' L. Gorman S. Gorman Q x K fl . Y , A ,.: J. Halback S. Hathaway D. LaSassa 5. Magda L ,aaa 'KVM My ,ff -'-' , ,wzfg23gu-,gfh ' , " '?r-,515 , "ml L ' : "': V " 7ff-3552 , J A . ' .-1 '"'4-VEE"""55-f'f.Z9'4i2e?F'Eff.E5'E5"-':"4r5H aff. , 45 'J S. RiCh0rdS00 D. Rmderknecht L. Shimpa v ' D. Kampman T. Mandeville R. Pearce L. Rushton P. Cross D. Pond Q e w. 4 L Q, xc X . X . ,- 3 X f 202 Six Teammates AQHUHXLO' Sfofiac Six members of the wrestling team qualified for the state wres- tling meet by placing first in the district contest. Of those six, Quin- tan Vigil placed second and Byron Martinez placed fifth. Other mem- bers of the team that competed were Eric Karst, Duff Knott, Stan Martinez, and Scott Robertson. Over all the team placed elev- enth in state. They won the district meet after being named champi- ons of the league, and ended their regular season with an unde- feated 7-0 record. A 23 point tie with Bear Creek kept them from a perfect league season. Captains were Quintan Vigil and Byron Martinez, Coaches were Carl Churches with assistants John Sheridan and Greg Gentry. Bottom row: D. Cerrone. T. McKenna, B. Martinez. and E. Korst. Row 2: Coach C. Sheridan, Q. Vigil, T. O'Brien, G. Younger, B. i Pace, S. Gonzales. and Coach C. Churches. 1 1 Q 1 Bottom row: R. Spomer, D. Rink, T. Martinez, S. Martinez, R. Duran, D. Schmidt, and J. Easton. Row 2: R. Durant, M. Allen, D. Carlson, C. Culter, M. Doette, and K. Ford. Row 8: Coach J. Gentry, .l. Keener, E. Knechtel. J. Calderone. D. Knott, B. Altz. and K. Sauer. , 5 Q 1 t Bottom row: P. Covorrubios, D. Hershberger. B. Tron. A. Johnston, and R. Bruno. Row 2.1. Briscoe. S. Benoit. S. Cram. T. Culter. L. Abernathy, J. Doering, and S. Keener. Row 3: D. Moria, P. Hayden, R. Plumisro, V. Rover, T. Flynn, M. McLoughlin. J. Bustos. ond K. Pierrofeso. 1 0 206 Bottom row: D. Dill, B. Blank, T. Williams, D. Rehfeld, D. Bradeen, E. Gomez, and A. Bloom. Row 2: J. Dardanis, R. Thompson, C. Chappel, D. Quinilivan, T. Townsend, R. Barta, W. Stumpp, M. Lev, and M. Sandoval. Row 3: B. Ahrens, G. Gilbert, J. Killion, 5. Stapp, S. Ready, S. Wilkerson, N, Mekelburg, T. Copeland, S. Tutty, M. Anderson, and Coach S. Brady. N. Mekelburg N. Pomeroy S. Beady S. Wilkerson Freestyle Team Swims To Sixth In the league meet four indivi- duals plus the freestyle relay team placed for the boys swim- ming squad. The relay team com- posed of Rick Barta, John Reeves, Werner Stumpp, and Troy Wil- Ilams placed highest, coming in sixth. They also placed second at the Jeffco Invitational. Jeff Dar- danis, Werner Stumpp, and Steve Wilkerson placed ninth in the league meet with their respective events, diving, 50 meter freestyle, and the 100 meter breaststroke while Neil Meckelburg placed fourteenth in the 100 meter breaststroke. Nick Pomeroy. who set new meet records in both the 100 and 200 freestyle at the Jeffco Invitational. was ruled ineligible for the league and state meets. Howev- er, he still holds the League record in the 100 and 200 freestyle. + ' ' .. A . J K w A Sw .. M ,- ,W K RA wg: xi? si ,W-N . .i .fps-f 3 if rg wg 'Q N' Q X X FACULTY The staff is made up of many indi- viduals. The faculty members are the most necessary, yet many oth- er people are needed to operate the school in an organized man- ner. The principles aid in disciplin- ing students and overall supervi- sion of the school. Counselors work with scheduling and the guidance of students. The cooks and custo- dians prepare lunches and keep the school clean. The secretaries and teacher aides help out teach- ers and administrators with office work. Every person in the faculty is essential to keep things running smoothly through these halls. 5 5 sw-wewawfsw 2 se.-. . .t-.. : gifs 4 .---- :I X? S . A 5 S K ,. 2 www all Q X FWG Achieve ADMINISTRATORS State Degrees Principal George Bethel and the four assistant principals have all ob- tained their bochelor's and master's degrees from a wide variety of Colorado colleges. In addition Assis- tant Principal Ron Feltes has earned a doctorate from Denver University. Principal George Bethel received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Northern Colorado. He also received a mas- ter's degree in administration from U.N.C. Assistant Principal Dr. Ron Feltes left Colorado College with his bache- lor's degree and continued to D.U. where he received his master's de- gree and his Ed.D. Assistant Principal Darrell Dillworth graduated from U.N.C. with bache- lor's and master's degrees, Assistant Principal Marilyn Kosloski attended C.U. Majoring in guidance and counseling, she earned a mas- ter's in Administration. Assistant Principal Mike Winant re- ceived his bachelor's degree from Western State. From there he went on to Adams State and received his master's degree. Wm.. , Assistant Principal Ronald Feltes 45 3 Principal Assistant Principal George Bethel Darrell Dilworth Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Marilyn Kosloski Michael Winant W 2. Y COUNSELORS Six Earn Bachelorfs, Master's F . ',.l N . ,W tii f : Sli QWQ . 32,3 L , A. ,AI V ww 'M -k'. Zfffwffi ff' ,Z IFE 5 ss ' .. , fwkemwc ix V x John Addison 5 - , K M. .fi . bf --at if 'cliff , kifezm g,-. 5. 4. S s - X M. .lx :X .,gg.y. ' it Pat Scott W . . . 1,4 .af . The counselors, Joan Tomlinson, Of Buelter, John Addison, Pat Scott, Robert Thoreson, and Richard Per- rizo, are well qualified in their posi- tions as all have earned their bach- elor of arts and master of arts from various colleges. Joan Tomlinson received her bache- lor of arts ond Millersville State and her master of arts from Shippenburg State. Ot Buelter acquired both his bache- Ior's and moster's degrees from Wayne State University and his PHD from the University of Wyoming. John Addison obtained his boche- lor's of arts from University of Mos- sachusetts and his master's from C.U. Pat Scott received her boche- Ior's of orts from Colorado College and her master's from Stanford. Robert Thoreson attained both this bachelor of arts and moster's from U.N.C. Dick Perrizo received both his boch- elor's ond moster's degrees from St. Cloud State college, in Minnesota and an Ed.D. from UNC. ,M Ot Buelter Richard Perrizo Robert Thoreson Joan Tomlinson W 'fAh ' 2:5 f'A S 9 my i ciry as .go , : - V pb .. 31 . , , Q Q. . lqz I., ,i.w VV all I A 3 M M 5 S H 1 K ' F if 'W S W' iff if 'M XY M , . f .V . T 'J :WWW .wallet l These eight language arts gow' Ducros Cmegded Reg? g " 1 teachers come from diverse hz Sie W ere 9 eome i, .Q 3 , My N hz: w f Alan Sharon Blankenship Cqnef x X Sw 53 3+ -.1 N X Mark Graham S S ., , ss.-Wfilw : "f:.::.: QW .152 as N- .las -.1 educational backgrounds. Alan Blankenship attended the University of Michigan where he earned his B.A., the University of Virginia for his M.A., and the University of Colorado for his Ph.D. Sharon Carter attended the University of Oklahoma where she earned her B.A. and the University of Colora- do for her M.A. Joe Corre attended the Uni- versity of Northern Colorado where he earned his B.A. and Western State College for his M.A. Joe Corre M s,c .f :.- X -.fl ,Ei ' -f G wf , , X fam' Bob Ludwig , ,2, 5, . Mark Graham attended the University of Missouri where he earned his B.A. and the University of Colorado for his M.A. Sheryl Jones graduated from Emporia State Teachers Col- lege in Kansas with her B.S. Bob Ludwig attended the University of Ottawa in Otta- wa, Kansas, where he earned his B.A. Georgia Patterson received two degrees from the Uni- versity of Colorado, a B.A. and a B.S. Tony Ducros Georgia Patterson MX 1 ::.: '.:-.f Q ggcc ,,tNc C f ff 7 A ,,,,mv. Z ,,1,,.,v, 5 , V,,,V ,,,.V 5 T J 3? ' T if- . i f -V :Ez 1 A Wi 3255? , 1, gz 11, 15 rf gt 3' Q K new- f A, msg sims C csy C 5 'gi s 1 is X X S S C Q X 55 s Q 2 S R N, X ff mx 1 Q S X R X S' K xx x X Q, X f an Q s 'S So S was X C X ,N C X X is sg. . 3 l ,X ss Q W lr LANGUAGE ARTS Eight Display State Influence Pat Tokarsky attended the University of Colorado at Denver where she earned her B.S. and the University of Northern Colorado where 19995. she earned her M.A. There is a strong local influ- ence to these eight lan- guage arts teachers as six of ' them earned one or more degrees from Colorado col- Maryann Trembath attend- ed the University of Colora- do where she earned her B.A. Sherida Peterson attended Metro State College where she earned her B.A. Shirley Pugh attended the University of Northern Colo- rado where she earned her Ed Tyrrell received his B.S. at Eastern lllinois University and his M.A. at the Universi- B-A- ty of Colorado. Joan Wofford attended the University of Arizona where she received her B.A. Georgelynn Schmidler ot- tended Marquette Universi- ty where she received a Bachelor of Philosophy de- gree and the University of Colorado where she earned her M.A. Linda Wuerz attended the University of Missouri in St. Louis where she received her B.A. and her M.A. Sherida Shirley Georgelynn Peterson pugh Schmidler if ' if lll" 1 - s UAS :V Li 5- f C ssfr , 1 fr H -.'- .... meg? P 5 - EN i s mmf 5 i - is fit s Ja .C - Maryann Ed Joan Trembath Tyrrell WOff0I'd i AS 'HP' 5 , i W V .. A sw -f V. V ,., ,V V wc, f , 5 H3132 2 4. Pat Tokarsky Linda Wuerz Bill Austin SOCIAL STUDIES The 14 social studies teach- ers received their B.A.'s and M.A.'s from a variety of col- leges in Colorado and else- where. Bill Beaver attended the University of Arkansas for both of his degrees. Aus- tin Christensen went to Iowa State for his B.S. and Colora- do College for his M.A. Har- old Crimmins and Phil Kastor both attended Emporia State Teachers, Mr. Crimmins for an M.A. and Mr. Kastor a B.S. Mona Lundy and Charlie Mc- Donnell both went to CSU, earning B.A. degrees. Char- lie McDonnell his M.A. at Lesley College as did Ted Grundmeier. Six teachers re- Harold Beaver Christensen 2 . .5 es.: . ik 1. X ..ss ......... Q ,Q -2 xl ...Q ig K .3 -Vi. ., xv li -.g f 2 I X x x x 35.1 XX 5, NX X X N Q tx X X x Phil Kastor - f A -w e 1 44- A1 fy, W .-' ,Maf- i4?2Ef?2vE?Tfi' ' W V 2 WW .. ,. 6 , .,,,,. . 15, M ... , ,L :,, -4 -4.3. .. sg.,-,f,,.e1,f:,2fffff 1 .ikggwf . sys Crimmins XS , . s we wx xxx SQ -., ff I' -2 -gf-w--iw -- L . ...., ,f Q, C... Q.- C fs P fr r '- 1?"i'w. sri - .2:1"3SSi:F:-aim ii-- ' i' f e . Q - - 5 A 75 W M A , V Mona Lundy .sc ,sr- Charlie McDonnell -y Q Us C iff' s xr N . ,Q , saws-f,...-. . ws A - ici: film In 11 H , I .asf .. ceived their M.A. degrees from UNC, Phil Kastor, Mona Lundy, Neil Minden, Charlie Patera, Phil Pendorf, and Craig Wilkie. Joe Poisson re- ceived both of his degrees from Western State College. Mr. Crimmins attended the University of Kansas for his B.S. while Mr. Minden earned his B.A. at Kansas State. Ted Grundrneier went to Metro State for his B.A. and Craig Wilkie received his B.A. from CU. Charlie Pa- tera attended Northern Illi- nois University for his B.A. degree and Phil Pendorf earned his B.A. from Ottawa in Kansas. Ted Grundmeier X Neil Minden - " -- V- S- S iis - f if lg.. . . .... , is : . ..j.sii?:i5:Rj S I, s , 2 s 11?--it s nv"sr"""' gf 5: ffs Charles Philip Joe Craig Pate ra Pendorf Poisson Wilkie 5 Q . . E' F if Q " "'.- i t S A A g-fri?-:ij - - - i ' - js' ll N .,:... 5 Q.: . :.. , ,, ADDITIONAL STAFF Dedicated Four Help Students Four staff members served in indi- vidual capacities. Terry Heins worked' with visually impaired students, aiding them in various ways such as by typing assignments in Braille. Karen Pra- menko, the school nurse not only treated students who were ill, but also taught some classes. Joe Zuchter served as the school social worker. The fourth staff member, Susan Cauble patrolled the campus as the security guard. TGYFY Karen Heins Pramenko ef ' A l g c, lll cs S, i ts A M X ,, . sp X SS if Joe Zuchter .CQ .11 siiagi 'wiiltliif' 'WWJMS Www-fwiQ3Z15ZZ"?t 1' wwwssssa-Grieg . Q sg ff wa - g.5if52sgaii5E?555 t 25'-2gSU124i?:::f.2s 5 f.wmy..2t:5fa1.zzw vw'25"W 'WD-'wil mv 'Z-Za? 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Mr. Pyatt earned a M.A. and B.A., Mr. Dunkin, a M.S., Mr. Novak his M.A. and Mr. Ray a M.S. while there. Mr. Dunkin also went to Oklahoma State University and acquired a B.S. Mr. No- vak obtained his B.A. from Finlay Engineering College. Mr. Ray went to KSTC at Em- poria and earned his B.S. along with Bob Bassett who earned a B.S. and M.S. there. Both Rod and Marilyn Star W?2'5f573f55i:3354?KVWSSSTESES?-"5E??5ZI3552535 5 Don Curtis sm .ez 522 "i- is E 1,,g, ggi .Qi-z N V,,st tif. f si s . B 531235 A Warren Novak 532 933 mm Sm ft f p gawk 5 Q7 V syyl ,. attended the University of s Colorado where Mr. Stor re- ceived his M.A., B.A. in mathematics and a B.A. in science. Mrs. Star got a 1 M.B.S. there and her B.S. from Blackhill State College. Doug Coffey went to the and earned a B.A. and a M.A. at Bucknell. Don Curtis obtained his B.A. from Cha- vis acquired a B.A. from Kearney State College and fi his M.A. from the University of Nebraska. lnez Deines at- tended the University of New Mexico where she re- ceived her B.A. Jerry . Davis wi? . ss., ' 'SEQ 5555 gs.. .c . my f if .sm N' ss. ? are , iw .ess M. . i M fs Ben Pyatt University of North Carolina gg. dron State College. Jerry Da- l Ron Marilyn Rod ROY Sfor Stor 5 'WM Three Receive Degrees From U.N.C., C.U. Although Bobbie Belcher, Zeph Villano, Carl Churches and Tom Ni- cholls are involved in different fields, they all attended the Uni- versity of Northern Colorado. There Ms. Belcher and Mr. Villano received M.A.'s and Mr. Churches and Mr. Nicholls both B.A.'s. The University of Colorado was the school where Ms. Belcher earned a B.S., Mr. Villano a B.A., and Mr. Nicholls his master's. Mr. Chlurches obtained his M.S. from Adams State University. at -:mrs I Q , U ' .. 3 41 if ff yyyy c Bobbie Belcher Zeph Villano Reading Reading Carl Churches Tom Nicholls Drivers Ed. Attendance Q i.s-. g A -V1 ' QS --" 'ik' .K L' - i 5: I . - X - ' '- km"Si'f' J S M .fi :,,L . lgfsgzifiii-?ge,'g:2:1:m1f522figs'z?i:':Ii.i:1.'slg'g.g1i.2l2lf.?i:.i41.222-132'1. .zszrzzfzzzy .:ii,z:zzz:.4.:-ggegfzzzszzzzliizzaizfzzzfggzz.:,.Ly,11:z::-5.214W-. zszziliffMvgzftzzzzz.s5:-w2:E?f:z2CiUwe-Qs:?xi:'f:1.--Mwfwtfit:-.--mmwzzzz.f- Bob Jim Connor Corso SCIENCE Ten Instruct Classes, Labs A majority of the science teachers have received de- grees from Colorado col- leges. Bob Connor attended Regis College where he earned his B.A. and his B.S. He also went to Pan Ameri- can where he acquired his M.S. Jim Corso received a B.A. in Biology from Colora- do State College and his Master's in Science Educa- tion and Biology from the University of Northern Colo- rado. Fran Howard graduat- ed from the University of Denver with a B.S. in Chemi- cal Engin eering and a M.S. in Math. Both Hilary and Nel- son and Mike Solominsky at- tended Colorado State Col- lege. There Hilary earned her B.S. and M.S., Mike re- Fran Howard ceived a B.S. Mike Solo- minsky later went on to Western State College to ac- quire his B.A. After attend- ing the State University of New York at Cortland, Lynn Kessler also went on to Western State to receive his M.S. in Administration. The Colorado School of Mines was attended by Jim Sulli- van, who obtained his M.A., and John Ziegler, who re- ceived a B.S. in Geographi- cal Engineering.Jim Mitchell earned an M.A. from Colora- do University and a B.S. from Central Oklahoma State. Bill Tipton earned an M.A. from the University of Oklahoma and his Bachelor's Degree from Southwestern State Col- lege, also in Oklahoma. Lynn W Kessler . gt.. , Wifi . . :az'r!::f22-wzfizseiazzfw 2 ffzfzeziztz jim Hilary Mike Jim Mitchell 554 Nelson ggi Solominsky Sullivan fi af 4-E Three Instruct Art Of Cooking Sondra Inman attended Iowa State University where she earned her B S and also the University of Northern Colorado where she re cerved her M A Cristy Koen eke attended the University of Northern Colorado Ruby Wyatt attended Oklahoma State University where she earned her B.S. in Vocation- al Home Economics Educa- tion and she also attended Colorado State University earning her M.S. in Voca- tional Education. Librarians Help Students Learn Carolyn McNee attended Cornell College where she received her B.A. and the University of Denver where she received her M.A. Mary Williams attended Ouachita College in Arkansas where she earned her B.A., she also attended the University of Denver where she re- ceived her M.A. Carolyn McNee is the new librarian. She is replacing Georgenne HCDME E ONOMICS Sondra Inman p,..c Tomlinson who was in librar- ian media and is now the new assistant Principal, re- placing Ron Feltes. Tipton 3 wr es- JIU- ,W LIBRARY Carolyn McNee Cristy Koeneke l I 5 1, lcgg I in EX? if hifi .Si fifiifi ri Ruby Wyatt r X 0 Mary Williams Q""w W -aww' 9355 fag, K -- Q EQ -'ks , i If EI: C ,,,. . L, .. Q A .. f-NWS-NN-" ..x. , , k"k , R John Horst Sandy Atteberry Gail Marcus FCREIGN LANGUAGE All of the Foreign Language teachers worked hard to re- ceive their B.A. Five of them received their degrees from the University of Colorado. Sandy Atteberry attended the University of Colorado where she received her B.A. and M.A. Kathy Beisler received her B.A. from Middlebury College in Vermont and her M.A. from Middlebury College at the Uni- versity de Paris. Helga Duncan went to Mary Hardin Baylor College and received her B.A. The University of Colorado is Cathy Beisler L.. Cheryl Preston eww where she received her M.A. John Horst received a B.A. in Classical Languages and an M.A. in Latin from the Universi- ty of Colorado. Gail Marcus re- ceived a B.A. in French from the University of Colorado. Cheryl Preston attended Colo- rado Women's College to re- ceive her B.A. and Kansas State Teacher's College to receive her M.S. Dottie Reyes attended the University of Colorado where she received both her B.A. and M.A. in Spanish Litera- ture. Helga Duncan V J Dottie Reyes s lv BUSINESS Four Graduate Out Of All eight of the business teach- ers earned high degrees. sever- al attended colleges in Colora- do while four received degrees from out of state. Larry Cole attended the Univer- sity of Iowa to receive his B.B.A. Harriett Hines received a B.S. and an M.B.A. from the Uni- versity of Indiana and her M.A. from Colorado University. Glen March graduated from the Uni- versity of Northern Colorado where he received a B.A. in Business Teacher Education. Joan Robertson attended the University of Maryland and re- ceived a B.S. and also attended Colorado State University to ob- Colorado Spano attended the University of Colorado and Colorado State University. He received a B.A. in Business EducationfMarket- ing and an M.A. in Vocational Education. Mary Ann Sullivan received her B.S. and M.S. from Colorado University. Candy Walker received her B.S. in Business Administration from Columbia College and her M.A. in Physical Handicapped Educa- tion from the University of Northern Colorado. Judy Wood received her Bachelor's from Wichita State University, Mas- ter's from the University of Northern Colorado, and her Post Master's from Denver Universi- ty and Colorado State Universi- l FQ .f .4 at iii:-1 fifmrwvny rw swf, tain a Master!Ed degree. Gus ty. .. im iv 2 3? Larry Harriett Glen Joan Cole Hines March Robertson Gus Spano Mary Ann Sullivan Candy Judy Walker Wood ti S' , lfzizfifsiizxfeiQ5::wls::g,, , INDUSTRIAL ARTS Five Instruct Industrial Arts In the Industrial arts depart- ment, both Jim Foes and Dick Lightner attained bach- elors and masters degrees 1 W from U.N.C. Jim O'Donnell earned a B.S. and an associ- ates degree from Metro Svflztwvrrsrgmwwssg:src-wemzzmrwersvzsfurxffwaggtrwmiii fzfzrr -S5-'fifzwmszfw figgm-,,,firfgmfsw::'ff5M,::g'fum Jodie byheu Brown sb EBSQ gawk wifi cl., 3333355 F52 Z: 2253 2?-55:5 539:52 ggxss ries SS, 23225 5535 55552 nfl, ' Jim I Dick Foes yfg 3595 will iii? 2333351 kiss S555 . is Q. ' 252: 5352 Q Nw. Lightner U--zgwmf -fwNggMrfwws5'f'sUf.-Ilgitsfiyiwgrww ipiifwsiis 1-rwss:i:,f.,l,d,gfwc,.rgizs Hmgiifgg.-.MJ Wwfiilsf A fwwiigzg ' State. Jodie Brown earned a B.S. from Alulene Christian in Texas and an M.S. from C.S.U. while Joe Swoveland graduated from Purdue Uni- versity in Indiana with a B.A. Jim A5 O'Donnell are 63 Him 55? SSN 35? 52155 iii? Sa S, is Q, its Str , X555 NZ A5213 Q S53 a Swoverland .e.t -- ,zsfwwEehfnusgffmsffgfz lsz. ,cggsewwvfgiqzfif2:::w": 'rt' ' 'A 5 Artists xpan n eac Ing I DJJJ ,t, The art department featured three Fine Arts degrees, Mr. Lovett from instructors, Chuck Lovett, Chuck OklQh0m0 State and Mr. Nelson r Nelson, and Linda Scholes. The from Bethaney College in Kansas. 2 fwo mole members bofh earned Mrs. Scholes received a B.A. from i""' ' j M.A.'5fwm u.N.c. and Bachelor of U.N.C. I r C . , - If F - i fi 'IZFZL CJWUCJY Ch'-'Ck Linda ",r 5 Lovett Nelson Scholes Q K ff,,w wears: I ' I 5 ,.l I I Y 'S Ll , rsvy E Nefqk 1, ,V 3 ,,,, Wwff It ff' fr' as f Z X aug! W I 75, M? I . 1 jf, I A it 2 " 5 me f 5 W f? , f I , R Kg as ,, M ,gf , , I , I v ' I I , ' . , fl--. JJ I J rf- f' 'I 54 A I 4 "'r" i 4 , L , yy , ,V A ima .Q f If , 2 ., I S ' S Q -si A 1 , J , 42, QE ' lg A A5 - L V V-, , , -,B - ,gif . M H, "fm g I , . ., . ,,,. X a in f if , W 65? f, ff f , I, I .,,. Band Director Makes Changes This is a changing year for the music department with all instrumental classes be- ing taught by one teacher instead of two. Fred Marble is the new head band direc- tor working with vocal teachers Tom McCormick and Debbie Willeford. Fred Marble received his B.A. at the University of Northern Colorado. Tom McCormick earned his B.A. at Indiana Central University along with a M.M.E. at the Univer- sity of Kansas. Debbie Wille- ford received a B.M. from Colorado State University. Gym Teachers Earn Degrees Physical education teachers Bob Meisner and Cherry Roberts both received B.A.'s from the University of North- ern Colorado. Mr. Meisner also earned his M.A. at U.N.C. while Ms. Roberts got her M.A. from Colorado State. Both Jim Bratten and Joyce Davisson attained out of state degrees, Ms. Davis- son a B.A. from Kansas State and Mr. Bratten on M.A. from Pepperdine. He also has a B.A. from the Universi- ty of Colorado. Jim Joyce gmffen Davisson l l l X 2 XM is WW - 'Ili as 5, , ETQX cali ,,:i::5,gif,,g- gf Steve Axelrath Jane Deyoe inf Carol Hynes Sarah Hill 5PFC"3P . A , 11J:Q,f.,,f,g5g2zgg1g,g,iggi Specialists Work With Students Nine instructors, specialized in their field, work with stu- dents in four different areas. SLlC teachers Becky Hudson, received her B.A. from Mill- saps College in Jackson, Mis- sissippi, and Bill Kirby re- ceived his B.A. from the Uni- versity of Southern Colorado and his M.A. from the Uni- versity of Northern Colorado. ln the P.C. Department, Hol- ly Husted received her B.S. from William and Mary in Virginia and her M.A. from the University of Colorado. Carol Hynes received her M.Ed. from Boston College and her B.A. from the Uni- versity of Southern Colorado, and Jerry Urbach received Becky Hudson his B.A. and his M.A. from wt the University of Northern f Colorado. Q Sarah Hill, one of the SIEBD teachers, attended the Uni- E versity of Denver when she - received both her B.A. and 1 M.A. Steve Axelrath, the . other SIEBD teacher, re- A boro State College in New If Jersey, and ,his M.A. from 5 the University of Southern 4 Colorado. 1 The Tesol instructors, .lane Deyoe, received her B.A. ' and M.A. from Kansas State ? and Donna Shkilevich re- ceived her B.S. from Ohio State and her M.A. from the S University of Colorado. Holly Husted 6 , Q Bill Kirby tr il Donna Shkilevich .lerry Urbach gm Eg, Tigm EU TEEN Q i TE, A s wxwfw 5 Ii F' ceived his B.A. from Glass- SECRETARIES 5ZiSXYd ZZMEi'm3-2HKZ22?E2EQ73iQ?3XE Z , S A S we -mexmsae Twenty Aid Faculty Members Six secretaries and fourteen teacher aides worked hard to keep the school operating smoothly. Betty Williams, head secre- tary, did secretarial work for Mr. Bethel, while Peggy Kar- raker aided several adminis- trators. Nancy Gurley was the counselor's secretary Eff-gpg MW? .,.. 4..,.,C-m t. - W ff wg, is.. V ,, gg-i,.5:s':5gE'a. 'Q F 7 G.. E 5 WM ' 2554. ,gg..,,,. M E 1 Q Si while Linda Nichols helped Mrs. Tomlinson and with reg- istration. Fumi Otsuki served as the financial secretary: Ei- leen Peterson was the secre- tary in charge of warehouse orders. Fourteen teacher aides helped faculty members within their specified depart- ments. Representing the fourteen teacher aides are N. Sawtorno, M. Kirk, F. Haviland, M. Gardner, J. Claeys and M. Mitchell. 2 ,.,r 1 .Vr,., l, l W A ..,. i F. Otsuki, E. Peterson, B. Williams. W, 1 22 if N Gurley L Nichols P Karraker fa? S: ff. .ra ,iw W fi l i L, 1 '1 ,. .-, H --ff ., ,, .ff l-" ,f , - 'Wif i-, M' ' H ' it .1 .. , ,L-11- - :waz Head Custodian Marshall Colbert .s I Dovie Starr CGOKS AND CUSTCDIAN Two Groups Provide Support The cooks and custodians played an important part in the operation of the school. Marshall Colbert directed the custodians, while Rae Paseka supervised the cooks. Completing the day custodial staff were Dovie Starr and George Tolve who helped clean the halls and do repairs. William Cairy served as head night custodian aided by Blain Brott, Scott Dull, Cliff Eden, Mary Hedden, Ed Nigh, Ronald Smith, John Steckle, Dudley Tompkins. and Debbie White. Mrs. Paseka was assisted in the kitchen by Myrna Al- men, Alice Bosick, Charlene Dortch, Elsie Neiman, and Beverly Tolve who prepared the a la carte and plate lunches. , i A ff W -N WV' A gl is f ik- ,, , A. Bosick, E. Neiman, M. Alman, B. Tolve, C. Dortch, R. Paseka George Tolve . . sa, g X., 3 li A CLUBS By getting involved in clubs and activities a student can develope almost any interest he has. There are many different people that walk through these halls, and just about one club to fit each persons interests. These groups range from drama to school spirit: music to work experience. Participating in these activities can make school life much more fun and interest- ing. Clubs can also help a student expand talents that may benefit him in a career or contribute to a hobbie. Many clubs held fund rais- ing activities such as bake sales and selling school related mer- chandise. This enabled them to go on trips and sponsor events like dances. Each group was spon- sored by a faculty member that provided guidance and advice. Stuco Supports School Spirit Student Council's main accomplish- ment was to unite the faculty with the students. Stuco tried to do this by involving the faculty and students in various activities, such as Homecom- ing, Prom, graduation, and special dress up days. Sponsored by Mr. Ted Grundmeier, Stuco consisted of 44 members who F 'UH' were elected by the student body. Sponsor, T. Grundmeier Wg l 2 ,V Vice President D. Dillington Secretary C. Teter President C Cor bus. STUDENT CCDUNCIL B fi f IAZ ZVA J . i ' V if , X- 4 s Q V I , gi 5 WZ' 1 it if , E it Bonom row: D. Wall. T. Magda, T. Olson, R. Clark, S. Sandoval, C. Richardson, A. Edwards and L Wilkins Row 2- T. Grundmeier. D. Schmidt, S. Robertson, A. Shimpa, C. Gray. S. Krussell, M. McKowen and N. Fanelli. Row 3: C..Bashford, J Whisler, L. Hess, J. Guest, B. Blank, N. Nelson. P. Gleason and K. Elder. Row 4: M. Mauser. 5. Kern, S, Hackwell D Kirkpatrick S. Colancler, B. Ocker, J. Ford and C. Gray. Row 5: D. Billlngton, S. Magda, L. Wilkins, R. Raliegh, J. Vofh and B.VSaiJnders. Rovsl 6: N. Erb. L. Shimpa, S. Richardson. C. Tefer, J. Howell, G. Schofield and T. Golden. 56 i 1 14 Elected Girls Promote Spirit Seven seniors and seven juniors mode up the varsity cheerleading squad. Their duties included support- ing athletic teams, preparing special favors such as posters and locker decorations, performing in pep as- semblies, and marching in the Har- vest Festival Parade. For one week during the summer, the squad attended a cheerleading camp at CSU. While there they learned new cheers and chants which they performed during sport- ing events. ln February the girls hosted a pee- wee spirit clinic for four days. They taught various fourth, fifth, and sixth grade girls simple chants which were performed at the next home basket- ball game. Yi P X VK WX ,mx Y. Rodriguez '85 4 -sms Q is X N NF X ig M. Pacheco '85 C. Humble '84 C. Mascarello '64 M. Kominek '85 CHEERLEADERS in rf, ff It L. Brantingham '84 P. Gleason '85 M. Mauser '85 ,Z ,gy s xi 'F . W., w ,F . sl 'Ting' S. Hockwell '85 33. S5 Q A. Tron '84 P M -A, km. a g X.. 5' Viva? x. S, . - 1 sk -s .S 35 A :', , 3 wk r 5 E321 f' T3 J W'LL i MQ i 'rs ,, 2 -"" N I". y ff .Q -I ' tzrzisi - :S'Z .-,- Q33 " ' sf r 5. if "E A Q33 ,X L. Milvns 84 Head 5 ' ' E .,-f '-" . X. I .Q ' 1 A -. x 1 x Q S. Atkinson '84 1 - - ""' ' N s. A, 'Ext . , X5 in ' "' QL 1" 5 5 W - is-w-51 Sf - E . . m -:5:a":.:5,.:' egssS:? ?E:aI5:.5:g-,fi qtu Q 5 K ' - 'N Q- l 'f . 2 '1 Q 5, Pererson Sponsor L. Brown '85 N Erb '84 Head Yhjk 15' .wp- Alfa Q 1 M ' 231 Poms Receive Camp Trophies The pom pon squad consisted of twelve girls, who were selected last spring. During the summer, they attended camp at CSU where routines and cheers were taught. The squad received Hardest Work- ing and Most Creative trophies. The poms performed routines dur- ing halftime at basketball games. They supported all athletic pro- grams, by attending events and making locker decorations. Throughout the year, the squad helped to promote school spirit. ln February, the poms hosted a spirit clinic for elementary girls. During the week, cheers were taught and the girls cheered dur- ing a basketball game. '- Q fi -'ii- if ' N H' .L 1 5. Perersori Sponsor l Q...- K. Kiroshimo '84 Head i 8 8 8 ., 8 s 1 si ng a t ' sa. f if S N T.. ' - ff- f ' 88' N '1 ' .'-' Y Y'f2v"'.f' f' ' "l os 1 N... ,ar x -f 5.11. ,gk V.-H..-F.w-3., .1 Q. ic, ' s.ffsQ.+". QA Q - S Q N x w X lr wits' EN ix li 5 it 3828 W - X s lc lp gk SA X g ii K 5 Q in 6 3 R Jigs Q. 1 X . rzqq .t.,,. M. Stangle '84 f QS. 'x R. Raleigh '84 - . .i-. .. .t c i rig. 2 g ,,, y Q' ff 6,2 . . Q W icg, . , ,,,, -. N 6 Q Mx t sg 1. . xiii 'fi k -ig . K V. . :sk if -T " ifg nzf 'sf-' F tt " fm, A- . ,Q K . .ffilf ' Y .eff x . j . ' 1 ' ,W X .. 3 . 4'.'-rifufil : ts'i Mr. . . -, f-g,?wS ...se K .ge A s s L51 - i 8 55. ' sfgjfi' A giiiw Q t .Q ff: .-,fig N gr 9? . K . . R k ... g D if I Yi f - ff: . . l 'f . . . N, 8' ' +5 Q .V 5 . ..,,....,? , fs: .7-9' r , .. Q 5, , Q if Iv fxc.,-A 1- -s - fglfo q . iffari 8 . C, Terer '84 Head M. Steikunas '84 . L. X ,S -41 . s sift' - - is .. Q 53:55 T ix , fig W ea.. :.Z..:."" F . A uid-vt 'gf-nn.-z -. P , .fists -. : - in . 5-' - A f 1.-.gun R .. A- f ss ,,- , S, f :Ii if .S X53 34 . f 1 .3 .. . 3 ' -. .II iiflf' .c 1 . Nm 1 . y::g-53'-1:. - N l 'L Q Q - r, - . - " X .- xv QNX V- , ,, Q i...r . .Q f., A. , g M .,L sg S X ' T . 1 il "' '- 4f, ' '. P I H5255 X5 A nj 'xi Q ,h sk :sg ..V. kg A .c t ,i . M ,s M.. 83453531 ' . . . L. Starbuck '84 POM PCDNS x x xf Q' K. Potter '84 M. DeWitt '84 K. Dewitt '85 4' f 'A f , :xi ' 5? .,,5f ,, M if 5 , -wf ,..l-Q4if4"A Q' ws: ., N: '? K. Doyle '85 A. Parker '85 R. Stover '85 Group Arouses SchooI's Spirit All year the 25 members of Tribe were dedicated to arousing school spirit and supporting athletic teams. They helped to support teams by making posters and decorating the halls. Tribe was also responsible for painting the school floor on the day of the Homecom- ing game. They put on five pep assemblies, including one during Homecoming week. Bottom row: J. Gittens, L. Baker, J. Sadar, S. Wellborn. Row 2: N. Boy Brown, K. Duran, B. Bunn. Row 8: M. Dewitt. ' J? . - -. ': ' .,.. .... , . .. . 'il' N 3 f..: I. . . we J. Gittens L. Baker J. Sadar Treasurer Secretary V. President er, C. Fox, R. it . S S. Wellborn President G. Marcus Sponsor TRIBE X X X X Q S 'S ss PIN PALS H gyyy , G. McCleIand T. Smith C. Herndon 5, Collins Head 4 S. Hearell i J. Florida R. Passarelli Girls Maintain Individual Stats The Pin Pals consisted of seven girls chosen last year by the wres- tlers themselves. Their selection was based on their knowledge about and interest in wrestling. Their job was to create spirit and maintain morale for the wrestlers. But their main duty was to keep time, record scoring and to make sure individual statistics were up- to-date such as tokedowns, pins and reversals. The Pin Pals' spon- sor was Mrs. Dovie Starr. Group Works To Entertain Us Besides putting on the Sadie Haw- kins dance, the annual girls- ask- guys affair, Thespians also helped prepare and produce the three productions that occurred this year. Again Sharon Carter served as sponsor. Each production the members worked on counted to- wards becoming part of the Na- tional Thespian Society. ln order to obtain membership, Thespians must have worked at least 100 hours on two different produc- tions. Bottom row: L. Osborne Historian Row 2: B. Gleason, Sec. lTreas., L. Storm, President and C Ohman, V. Pres. Q A 'me 4... ... is g . :X 1.5.3 . XX t X1 Bottom row: L. Storm and J. Krankota Row 2: B. Gleason, K. Elder, N. Nelson, and I Dewees Row 0: D. Stubbs, T. Brown, L. Osborne, G. Nemeth and C. Ohman THESPIANS F RENSICS 6 fv- Ms. S. Carter Coach S if A,,,A it , --V' . ZW M1 '- vw-f,.": '- fffwfifi- :, V, mf Wifi, . - , f, , W hh z wwtfifs, ' ft ,, L"h . , fb, ,gy My ,4r f.f,m, ,,.,.f, Fwy """ ,e' f V ,f -'-' ..,. ., new f , J , Mr. B. Kirby Y, Towne, V. Pres., D. Goilus, President, T, Coach Givens, Secretary. .ms- Bottom row: NW J. Olmstead Row 2: M. Fernandez, Y. Towne, C. Case, S. Moran and D. Gailus Row 3: R. Nemmers, T. Tovan and K. Lewis Speakers Use Special Talent The forensics season, which runs October through April, started with nine awards in the first two meets of the year. Dayna Gailus and Robert Nem- mers won superior ribbons for po- etic interpretation at the Bear Creek novice tournament held in October. Ten students also attended the Jeffco novice tournament in Octo- ber, and competed in humerous interpretation, dramatic interpre- tation, and original oratory. Of the ten, seven came back with indi- vidual wins. Jennifer Egan and Shauna Moran won superior ribbons. Yvonne Towne, Jennifer Olmstead, Tony Tovan and Kevin Lewis won ex- cellent ribbons at the Jeffco meet. Team Of Four Promotes Spirit The Mascots consisted of four members who were outfitted in fringed red and white lndian clothes for games and rallies, and wore Tribe sweaters and jeons during game days at school. These yell leaders made up cheers for the Tribe members to do, while they did several rou- tines at games and rollies. The Mascots were composed of Laura Baker, .lack Keener, Scott - - Ss, .sc . mum Bake' '54 Scott Thompson '84 Thompson and Sandy Welborn. The Mascots were sponsored by Ms, Gail Marcus. .lack Keener '85 Sandy Welborn '84 SW i:,.y:: MASCCTS PEE WEE CLINIC 5 wmv 24 5 Hs: C Q A N C gg? sim K 4 ,sw E ME isis K it Clinic Receives Lorge Turnout About 150 girls attended a cheerleading clinic as a fund-raiser for the cheer- leaders ond pom pons. The fourth, fifth and sixth grade girls came from surrounding elementary schools. A per- formance at the half of a boy's basketball game' as well as cheering during the game completed the clinic. The girls poid o 510 fee, which entitled them to a t- shirt and a set of pom pons. The money received from the clinic will go towards new uniforms for next yeor's cheerleaders and pom pons and paying for the senior banquet. Guards Carry Flags At Games The eight members of the color guard presented the United States, Colorado and Redskin flags at all home football and boys' basketball games and pep assem- blies. They also marched in the Parade of Lights and Harvest Festi- val Parade. The group also took first place in a parade held in Pueblo during the state fair. C. Salyer c. Barton runny - A -- . .4 sf, 3, f ,.,,9-,vs if f, M ,..,,sgr,-. Ht - . - . - K X- . . -1'r,, is . - . f ir . ' . as .1 is a9?'b?'sF.'2PF"wQi'. s - .QW T- 1 : ' H 5 -it Q . sfevagwzfv .el se-.ss gf.. if lfftfwfv-sf fP5e1,.N'. X f if . rj.. .155 xi ij I--fkq .f 4 r. . - - s we: - ' ,... vs T. Welch We .Q J. Sadat L. Hass M, McMullin fi S C. Case J. Gittens COLOR GUARD MAJORETTES BANNERS K QTY at MX WVNSQ pus WV' Girls Support Marching Band The marching band was pre- ceded by five girls, Two of whom, were the majorettes. Karen Logsdon and Karen Smaldone, Their jobs were to assist Director Fred Marble while the band practiced and performed. The band was introduced by three banner girls, Brigitta Ek, Kelly Jasper, and Angela Quintana who carried the traditional Redskin banner. This group was also spon- sored by Mr. Marble. Rifle Team Puts Bang In Show The rifle team was added to the marching band. They participated in halftime shows during football season which gave an additional visual effect. They received first place ot the State Fair, marched in three competitions, and participat- ed in various parades. Over spring break, the eight members trav- eled to Florida with the band. They were organized after many students showed interest in par- taking in such an activity. .c.., ' K y -sm-nurse' rsf llib A, X N X X s N a X X D, Dailey Head Bottom Row: T. Robidoux. C. Arko, Row 211. Salas, J. Blakeslee, S. Strand, D. Dailey. Row 8: G. Campbell, B. Ocker. RIFLE TEAM FLAG TEAM QR. Bottom row: S. Sieczkowski, S. Welch. Row 2: V. Shockley, K. Timmons, N. Ponushko. Row 3: D. Almen, D. Gorcio, R. Wilkinson. Row 4: L. French, 5. Joyce, A. Hodkinson, T. Knipps, K. Smith, K. Amidon, F. Terrozos. 15 Girls Win ' Open Tryouts F , The flag teom begon with tryouts for people other than just bond members. Of the fifteen members Q K elected, five were not members of the bond. Competing ot the Stote Foir in Pueble, the group eorned o first ploce. They also per- formed in severol porodes includ- ing the Arvodo Horvest Festivol, Lobor Doy Porode, ond Porode of Lights. They morched with the bond in three competitions, during holftime shows, ond occomponied them to Florido. K. Timmons Heod 20 Produce School Paper The 20 members of the Redskin Arrow staff were re- sponsible for putting out the school newspaper once a month. The staff also attended press conferences periodically to help them print a better newspaper. Seniors Mily Medina and Cathy Wallin served as, co- editors-in-chief. Mrs. Mary Ann Trembath was the sponsor of newspaper. iiiffim. ,, ...wigs ,, , 'SWA 5. , ...S 1227 2? ff--rolls Bottom row: W Medna, C Wallin, co-editors, A sports editor, D. Pellfy, feature editor. 1. -r.-Q. , wg ' MSW-ie 9-Mffii 4 ,,r.-,gilgiiwlfyy-S, f :wffeiw friii if it 6? . f ig ...sm :rw e 2...z1.f. , ...V -af.: ,- is , . I :WZ i Q ff: Wy e. 1 Wei. - f ,, .,,.., . .. Z Q i . . rrr. Q i-ir , tc.. ,ii.i A S A S S ii'ii if S -- Q . . fr re.. . -ffiggefh ...r,,- . pgs , fi.. - ' ' ' , re cs as . '21 5. .M ff. - . 1514121 4 is .. 38 . lffwl 5 E , Heir, feature editor. s -- A '?i:?QfN. .ii--S - . -. .535 -s z g E S l7"' if .4 .4 H K 5 A w -f... it . . X ., if' llgggi ..- f 1. ' -1. Xgggf, .17 Sp of i . Q ,... . . W S :Q -.gsggrfxili ,. mea., fri? rf-. H , fe ff . M " S S ., it 3 i . .., I QS . gg ' me f -' "" - 1 . . 1. ' X 3 , 3 arf- EQS L 1 lisiisv -, . -' . WWTP Hs- 1' - X. . .o.s.:fs,.. wa , S- xg X ..., ...Q fr . i, X, 1' Q . . A it .. A - eww 3- Rift- .av V- X g.fgfafw.c sf f, t, 5 S , we m , . ' . Bottom row: J, White, S. Atkinson, S. Ready, W Medna, D. Pellrey, K. Duran, D. Byers. Row 2: A. Heir, C Wallin, A. Smith, Row 3: R. Odekirk, M. Morgan, M. VanCleave, J. Bloom. ROW 2: l While Walln, J. Bla keslee, M W NEWSPAPER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY i..-X 53 SS C19 Bottom Row: S. Magda, vice president, L. Luedke, B. Rink, B. Meston, L. Parker, secretary: V. Shockley. Row 2: M. Arko, S Gorman, L. Bueghly, P. Mascarenas, B. Gleason, treasurer: L. Storm. Row 3: M. Aerni, G. Schofield, C. Corbus, J. Quaratino, G Nemeth, M. Steikunas, D. Rinderknecht, president: C. Ohman. Row 4: B. Saunders, G. Mally, P. Shurnas. Group Collects Canned Goods The 25 members of the Na- tional Honor Society were selected on the basis of their scholarship, citizenship, leadership, service and char- acter. lt is the purpose of this club to promote these five items both in the school and in the community. This group sponsored a canned food drive during Christmas and brought sen- ior citizens in the area to see the winter play production. Besides community projects, the Honor Society held many activities within the club. These activities included Hal- Ioween and Christmas par- ties. 46 Yearbook Staff Uses 'Through These Halls' Led by co-editors-in-chief Bryan Sounders, Lana Sfarbuck, assistant editor Tommy Angel, and sponsor Ms. Georgelynn Schmidler, the year- book staff chose the theme "Through These Halls." Two classes produced the annual. Bryan's first hour group was re- sponsible for half of the Clubs and Activities, Juniors, Sophomores, Mood, and the Sports section. In second hour Lana supervised the other half of Clubs and Activities, Classrooms, Faculty, Seniors, and the Student Life sections. The pho- tography was furnished by Mrs. Mary Ann Trembath's photo classes. ln addition to working on the yearbook, the staff produced the fall supplement. .,,, .. . .,':L' :',n5' :- .1 . ,, . ' .3 X , Ms. G. Schmidler "--...ksxt Bottom Row: B. Cook, M. Bradeen, C. Cordean, W. Calkins, and M. Fiore. Row 2: S McLaughlin, N. Tackwell, T. Bronnenberg, A. Hart, G. Bagby, and A. Tran. Row 3: G Dighero, S. Dittman, J. Lefave, B. Sounders, H. Knadler, and R. Mclver. 'L' g J , .- 5 . ' ' r i" . X ....s.. S 1 . rim EF NN Editor: B. Saunders, Section Leaders: A Tron, A Hoff, M Bradeen, N Taokwelf, and M Hore, YEARBGOK i 2 4 5 in . ' Editor: L. Srarbuclf Assistant Editor: T Angel, Section Leaders: D, Urenda, C, Mascarello, M Hymn, and T Hfnrfchsen. '-....... ,,.gf+e,+.wv'sis vi,-rf' 19 Bottom row: L. Tennigkeit, A. Mankenberg, T. Angel, J. Voth, C. Mascorello, T. Hinrichsen, and L. Ainslie. Row 2: C. Gabriel, L Starbudf, C. Humble, A. Griffiths, K. Austerlitz, Y. Rodriguez, and M. Debski. Row 3: D. Urenda, R. Stephens, S. Richardson, M. Flynn, L. Meyer, N. Panushko, and R. Vadeen. Band Marches In Competitions Marching band practices three days a week during the summer. and every morning once school started. The band consisted of 110 people. They perfected the skill of marching in formations while per- forming music. They participated in three competitions, various pa- rades, including the Parade of Lights, and provided entertaini- ment at home football and bas- ketball games. The marching band was sponsored by Fed Mar- ble. Mr. Marble Sponsor , .. sv ATiwi5?. Qiil, W to Q f lier I' X t.,i,,. t.1 g xi 'W' MARCHING BAND g WM? V SYMPHCDNIC BAND 1.-ifji, , 1 5 , Q 4 -Q if :.h iff? .c w i. . i,: if . c ' V ' ' ,:.':, T T .:I:: .' ' ' . :" I N Q ii, .-f. - is r :" -s y T i 1" IQQ ,,:.t. ,XYWA - f I T T 'A"' A,1A' ' li,'A 1 ,. V1 fb' . so 11 ' '::' . to M "",--:,"' , Lnm. iffy f SAE - :'f X "'-- "'- -'l' rt. . . rs . 2 ri c Q, 2 Mr- Marble Sponsor X " H ":: ll .'-- il g ii ,:'Q" 25'Q "':2 1 -::- , ..,- i Band Performs Classical Music The symphonic band consisted of 40 members, mostly juniors nad seniors. The students in the band studied symphonic band litera- ture. They performed four concerts throughout the year and met dai- ly during third hour. Fred Marble was the sponsor of symphonic band. Director Picks 40 Members The 40 members of wind en- semble, who were directed by Fred Marble, were select- ed on the basis of their in- strumental abilities. All of these musicians are ad- vanced players. This band's specialty is performing music that is specifically for wind instruments. D Q 3 S r 3 , 5' L X QW l t S ti J .3 f "9't.,, 7? fm -nrffsmmas rf, 9 ya 1Tfff3:'?i' 5' "J ,,y,- f 'J .s3'lfixH5VJ'4f"A , 3nLJ'g7fr , , rwi':wgsifezf'14t'E efrjtighr U ,, ' , , V. , L W Y A ,, W' ' " . lf? wifftt H 1, " -imdb te? raw ri ff ,Jw-9f'ffw,W 'sw , ' " ti fp 'M fi wtlimff . rw4,WZi gt, Z5 K f 2 V KQV' I ' ,Q ' ' 'sgflgf' SY is 2 t ' , f ,yt ' . f ' Z4 , f E V 1,5:1'j,jE1f,,gE11,5123,1:iF'35:2525EWEHEE5WEfMl1g5i?j,,rf'3, V ' 3' - f L 1'4lf,,' 1IlzE5"ff', ,A ' ff' :i til if X v t J r .5 ff" ,Qi , f t , A V it f f ft ' W r 2 ' .t t . ' , - LN: HW, ,, 55, , i iii? 5 f , 3331 A S Xt' , 2 Iifjetf is ,f 'ft . Qi ' W -if ' A f 5 W?Af7w2L4, 1 -1 ,, ' f- L is l P" it A ' Q21 ' - 5 ,,,.,,,- W W, Y ' ,Z . ,,.,, A , ,,,, ti .A rt f .' lf' W , fy, .. , 5 721 X 4 W ,, ,zf eaws fyfm .?. Q .M-X es. 7 WIND ENSEMBLE ORCHESTRA 7 ,. 'yr ,WW W W 5 W W f gg? Bottom Row: S. Freyre, B. Bunn, K. Perras. Row 2: C. Barton, B. Bowman, G. Keeton, Farinella, J. Kiss, A. Barnard, S. Dines. . . X s N X - fa vs ei 'i .WV J. Griffin. Row 3: T. Welch, R. 'Dolly' Supplies Top Challenge The 15 members of the or- chestra are dedicated to learning both classical and contemporary styles of or- chestral music. The orches- tra, directed by Fred Marble, performed in several con- certs, but the highlight of the year was to perform in "Hel- lo Dolly," the spring musical. Band Created For Transition The music department added a new band strictly for sophomores, consisting of about 55 members. The purpose of the band was to provide a transition between ju- nior and senior high modes of per- formance and ability. According to the band's sponsor. Fred Marble. "The band has been very successfuI." SOPHOMORE CADET JAZZ BAND S9 J ,, Q . .iQ , is i 'ii f r if i EX ss: ..": 5 i i J or Band Plays At Jazz Festivals The purpose of the Jazz Band was to explore the music, style, and performance of the jazz idiom. Members were chosen by audi- tion. The majority of Jazz Band was made up of a select group of juniors and seniors, although it was offered to sophomores also. The bond involved 17 members who practiced together during sixth hour and performed at sever- al concerts and jazz festivals dur- ing the year. They were conduct- ed by Mr. Fred Marble. Cperators Talk To Astronauts The ham radio operators planned to talk to the astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle 9 and to give a demonostration of the nationally accepted Morse Code. This dem- onstration was held at Villa Italia in May. Members worked to increase their speed in transmitting and receiv- ing in order to earn a higher class license and also helped other to get their novice Federal Commu- nications license. Mr. D. Lightner Sponsor HAM RADIO :tif 3 Work Experience Study A .... L ' , Q png Q: ,. is 1 mm Group Works For Community The Work Experience Study Club planned to have an exployerf employee breakfast near the end of the school year for the employ- ers and other adults who hired and supervised the W.E.S. stu- dents. ln order to raise money, they had two bake sales and a Christmas ornament sale. The club also held a pizza party shortly after Christ- mas. Sponsors of W.E.S. were Becky Hudson and Bill Kirby. Choral Group Sings Mozart Chorale, with its 75 members, comprised the top vocal group. They demonstrated their talent in all five school concerts. ln De- cember they joined with the or- chestra to perform Mozart's "Re- quiew" in the annual Christmas concert. ln February they held their annual volleyball marathon to help raise money for an instate trip during spring vacation. Bottom row: S. Cramm, C Smfth, S. Wegnet. Row 2: R. Azuero, T. Blosser, C. DeCamillis. Row 3: J, Jones, B. Stubbs, J. Coy. Row 4: G. Rice, G, Molly, T. Brown, J. Keener. L. Storm, Secretary, B, Srubbs, President, C Ohman, V. President, B, Gleason, Treasurer. D. Mlleford and T McCormick Sponsors. II CHORALE , I I L B95 t i E s L E Bottom Row: T. Nollenberger, T. Waugh, L. Wilkins, 1 Kronfrora, L. Storm. Row 2: T. Hays, L. Hess, S. Mass, D. Miller, K. Nehrig. Row 8: K. Trever, A. Edwards, K. Potter, K. Perros, 5. Myers. Row 4: M. Callahan, B. Green, D. Miller, L. Gorman, G. Nemeth. Bottom Row: S. Keener, D. Buchtel, D, Urendo, S. Cunningham, Row 2: A. Valdez, B. Cozzfe, K. Thibodeau, C. Ohman, Row 3: G. Hassell, D. Hassell, S. Hughes, M. Aerni, J. Davis. Row 4: R. Lopez, T. Cole, N. Mekelburg, B. Ericsson, G. Mitchell, C. Labenz. Bottom Row: L. Luedke, B. Gleason, L. Shaw, C. Colander, Row 2: C Hoeppner, S. Freyre, S. Gorman, L. Henderson, D. Dailey. Row 3: N. Nelson, W. Piburn, A. Mader, l. DeWees, P. Gleason. Row 4: K. Bronk, J. Bashford, C. Risley, D. Ek, L. Osborne. is ge. I Mods Perform With New Style Modernaires is one of the top show choirs consisting of 20 sing- ers and four accompanists. The ap- J, peared in performances in school and throughout the community. In such places as the Executive Q Towers lnn, and the Lakewood country club. Modernaires changed their cos- tumes from long pink dresses and suits, to short hot pink 50's style dressed accompanied by pin- striped suits with hot pink ties to match. The choreography was changed adding more lifts and jumps to make their performances more entertaining. Bottom Row: M. Goetz, J. Ellis. Row 2: D. Dailey Row 3: J. Davis Bottom Row: M. Callahan, B. Cozzie, T. Nollenberger, D. Buchtel, L. Shaw, C. Smith, L. Storm, S. Hughes. Row 2: B. Gleason, T. Drown, l. Dewees, B. Stubbs. Row 3: S. Maas, D. Urenda, L. Wilkins, M. Aerni. Row 4: A, Edwards, C. Ohman, K. Bronk, G. Molly L CHORALIERS Bottom Row: K. Trever, T. Hayes, G. Hassell, G. Phillips, J. Coy, A. Mader, K. Nehrig, T. Valdez, L. Osborne, L. Hess, S. Cunningham, T. Waugh, S. Keener. Row 2: K. Thibedeaux. L. Luedke, R. Azuero, T. Blosser, J. Keener, R. Lopez, J. Krankota. Row 3: L. Henderson, T. Cole, N. Nelson, C. LaBenz, S. Gorman, C. DeCamilIis, S. Colander. G. Rice, B. Green, N. Nekelburg. Row 4: C. Risley, J. Jones, C. Hoeppner, G. Mitchell, L. Gorman. Chair Performs At Malls, Clubs Choraliers. o select show choir, consisted of 43 singers accompa- nied by an instrumental group re- ferred to as Choraliers Il. Choreog- raphy and a variety of popular music combined to create o pol- ished show. This show goes on the road about thirty-five times a year to shopping malls, clubs, churches and businesses. The group also has several social functions each T year, such as the traditional "sur- prise breakfast," a costume party in October, o Christmas dinner, fol- lowed by a dance, a progressive dinner in March and an end of the T. year party for old and new mem- Dottom Row: L. Osborne, J. Coy, P. aleason. Row 2: K. Trever, S. Colander. Row 3: C. b9fS. LaDenz, L, Gorman, G. Hassel. 4 Af 20's Beat Alive ln Chantelles Chantelles, an all girls show choir, sang a variety of popular music from the '20's to today. As they sang, they performed various cho- reographic movements. Chan- telles also had several social func- tions, such as, a paretns picnic, a slumber party and a costume par- ty. Ms. Debbie Willeford was once again sponsor of this group. N. Yates, D. Settle, J. Bashford, Treasurer Head Sop. l Head Alto L. Brantingham, K. Elder, J. Guest, L. Ford Vice President President Secretary Head So. ll Bottom row: D. Shaver, S. Noll, B. Bivens, K. lngraham, K. Clodi, A. Edwards, N. Yates, M. Passerella, L. Fiore and J. Guest. Row 2: D. Settle, J. Black, K. Downing, S. Myers, D. Miller, K. Potter, L. Ford, M. Graham, M. Stangle, C. Bashford, 5. Hearrell. K. Jensen, .I. Bashford, S. Choe and S. Roughton. Row 3: D. Hammel, L. Brantingham, J. Black, L. Browne, K. Pticl-ser, D. LoSasso, K. Elder and S. Freyre. I I CHANTELLES I CRYSTELLES it fm? 03:2 920 st? 7556 7: 7125 Wo!- 32: mo? :nog ?w9 r-55" x"'v' 232 K-.. wg 9-79 I-2 .00 S2355 339 525,9- O. Q. P55 zn- 'om :pin Sfg 'UQ4 'om 92:- E ap? -. 3' :So . ap THEY' iam N4 a. 395 Ego. 9:2 02' DUO 0.43.- :-155' 495' 359 '-:v 3. mx 202' 52 o io 9: Z-46. PF ii? 3: ac: ?3 Vw :zo gi 5"?9 95- Q T 4' M Y T Z ,, 'W 1 i I yay 4 y y yyyyy l a yf or TV 2 . f" f 4 it , r Y , 1 W Wi af 4. iwjnkmf ' ti r T Q Y 4 S ig 1 bv.fA 'f 4 Y A , rf: M Crystelles Sing With Harmony Q R Wu ,vw r S Crystelles. a girls' choir dressed in wflwwmwlww, We violet dresses, sang in two and at three part harmony. They per- T s S iio formed in five school concerts that S S' T f Ns were directed by Mr. Tom McCor- 'k dM.Dbb' W'lIfd. T. Reynodls, D. Winter, T. Bronnenberg, C. Richardson mlc on S e le I e or Vice President, Soprano ll, Alto, Soprano l Concert Choir Plays Volleyball Concert choir participated in many different activities such as volley- ball, basketball, a potluck dinner, and a talent show. They put on five school concerts during the year. Concert Choir is a mixed group of 10th, 11th and 12th grad- ers performing a variety of choral selections. Sponsors of concert choir were Ms. Debbra Williford, . and Mr. Tom McCormick. Bottom Row: D. Shafer SecfTreas., S. Romero Alto, Row 2: W. Reinhard Bass, T. Olsen Alto. S. Riley Tenor, Row 3: L. Wilkins Sophomore section leader, A. Kissell V.P., Row 41 D Dertina President Bottom row: A. Passalaqua, A. Spellman, S. Sandoval, J. Mattison, E. Vigil, D. Coffin, T. Clark, S. Wangen, D. Mauser, D. Thuis, D Cervera, 5. Romero, M. Holcomb, l. Glasco, M. Pickard, K. Kraus. Row 2: C. Fox. T. Eckdahl. C. Richardson, C. Lammal, S. Theobald, L Wilkins, B. Hale, D. Vidick, R. Roome, L. Martelon, C. Heller, D. Staht, M. Dubose. A. Farinella, D. Rome, K. Gadde, J. Gilmer, A Raleigh. Row 3: M. Freeze, A. Mankenberg, S. Bretz. S. Fredericks, D. Shafer, R. Raposa, A. Bidenieks. T. Berdahl, K. Freeman, R Kuenning, K. Smith, D. Dertina, S. Happel. T. Kelker, J. Dinan, T. Olson, S. Keil, S. Watkins, R. Ybarra. Row 4: L. Mckonstry. D. Turner A. Boyle. R. Hageman, B. Humphrey, C. Jewby, D. Daniele, C. Campion, W. Reinhard, C. Young, S. Riley, A. Lagerhein, R. Larkin, R Welch, G. Roll. J. Ehnert, S. Kissell, W. Billington, S. Reed, L. Callahan. M. Rands, C. Barton. CONCERT CHOIR HOME ECONOMICS RELATED OCCUPATIONS .. mm..a.M . . ,. ,,.-pn--0-' E .. R, N-A i ffl . , , . ,, .. ZE, .. . C My L C .ELK - - - ' X .fi1g.,g'1zg::g,gN--A---4 -sw. M... . . . ,. . It . .M ..,. ..., , ,V M if ...,3Wi ' '--' '- REQ 'it C it X ' 'iz :Swv 552.5 xg . YN 53 , Bottom Row: G. Ciccone, C. Ocker, P. Jasch, M. Thieman, B. Paxton. Row 2: J. Whitworthf C. Clatk, C. Daksa, C. Martin, C. Shroyer, J. Sadat, E. Cook, R. Wyatt. Row 0: P. Wagner. A. Stuska. Q'.' M W as .., Ruby Wyatt Sponsor HERO Donates Christmas Tree HERO gave a decorated Christmas tree to a Child's Reflection pre- school, who appreciated the gift. They held their annual Christmas dinner at the Top of the Rockies and exchanged gifts. They also plan to attend the state conven- tion at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs at the end of February. Some of their other ac- tivities included, selling Cook- books and a skiing trip. DECA Creates New Positions The local chapter of the Distribu- tive Education Clubs of America has added a publicity director and an historian. These people, along with other DECA members, partici- pated ln state. local, and national competitions, leadership work- shops ond seminars, along with career orientation programs. The group held to its annual em- ployer-employee banquet and a school-community blood drive. DECA also took part in a free en- terprise essay contest which of- fered o S200 scholarship. iD ts i,Qlil?sii?-flifkgiiis A Es'-Nii 1 Bloom, publicity director: D. Bbhop, vice president. R. Dominguez, treasurer: C Carney, secretary: J. Grady, historian. president: l McCarthy, . G. Spano Sponsor Neg-we ft: A s 'T is 5 A E fi ..,,, , .2 f ,.... gg S ' x X 3- 3 - , E is 5 E3 V. Es , J. Robertson, G. March Sponsors , 5, --.rf . Si .so V- or E5 ' f L, me k ll a .: S: 7 ':"5 l:-. 25 ,.--. s, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA 2 fy f W Q 5 Y f fi S-'a3ii5?57fQ11E 11, prev. ' , f sr -nn i . . LLA.X A Selling Raises AIN X st UndS Ol' .R gg . - Q I X R XXQ QS- Future Business Leaders of Amer- is Ri A ica attended the Mountains-Plains f Q ii Q Regional Conference, at the f'f2 Q f:Q"f: fr- f st A Broadmoor Hotel, during the ,... .. month of November, where mem- A ' L. Q. bers were active in non-compete- tive workshops. Other activities Rl were the Christmas fund-raiser, q,,: where FBLA members sold wrap- ping paper. gift boxes, holiday notes, and holiday candles. Mr. 6. March CSponsorD. D, 5errleCSecretaryJ M. MomhCHistorianJ, and J, Greenly CPresidentJ N Mr. G. March Sponsor wuvmwf Bottom row: S. Joyce, C. Armstrong, L. Davis, C. Teter and R. Stover. Row 211. Greenly, L. Ford, A. Hanson. L. Galloway L. Hass, L Lauderman, and G. Dolly. Row 3: G. March, D. Hammel, J. Jahn, B. Anderson, M. Martin, S. Wellborn, D. Ewan, J. Brough, and L Duran FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Wzaiwffef, ,, f i , f V h,, 7 I f ws ,,n,tfQuQfQ'i,",,Z, , Bottom row: L. 77dwe!l, Vice President: T Erickson, Secretary: L. Lfmon, Treasurer: 5. Ewing, Program Director Row 2: L. Paugh, President Bottom row: L. Ltmon, L. Wdwell I Erickson, L. Pough, and S. lnman. Row 2: S. Stephanie, 5. Ewing, and N. Carden WW Wh Wk 7 .,.. ,. If V " 4 Aw f -+0 'W 5 ww wwe f ut Mrs. S. lnman Sponsor FHA Sponsors Carving Contest FHA planned a pumpkin carving contest and attended the spring convention at the Droadmoor Ho- tel. The pumpkin carving contest was held before Halloween. Prizes were awarded to groups or individuals in various categories, such as most original, scariest, fun- niest, and ugliest. A spring convention was held at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs. Active members and club officers attended this state-wide meeting, where special topics were presented and new friend- ships were made. Members com- peted with each other for awards, in such areas as self-defense, cooking, sewing. and drug abuse. Group Has Fun ln Many Ways "Fashing," a festival of Ger- man cultural exhibits and food, plus going dancing at "Kick- ers," a local club, topped off German Club's activities. To help pay for these outings, the club also held a bake sal. Giving members a chance to experience various aspects of German culture qos the pur- pose of German Club's meeting and trips. Ms. H. Duncan Sponsor Bottom row: C. Stimmler, C. Corbus, l. DeWees. Row 2: L. Hass, C. Barton, W. Whitehead, C. Windholz, S. Dines, D. Thuis. Row 3: K. Nehrig, A. Madar, S. Gunter, T. Rudolf, P. Romero. Row 4: P. Tomek, A. Biseniexs. I. DeWees, C. Stimmler, C. Corbus Secretary President V. President I GERMAN CLUB 1, LATIN CLUB N' Bottom row: R. Longcrier, L. Hess, D. Hart, and T. Hoffman Row 2: D. Jackson, K. Barra, P. Hill, and Mr. J. Horst D. Hart, P. Hill K. Borta, T. Hoffman, and Mr. J. Horst V. Pres. Tres. President Secretary Sponsor r si Greek Festival Highlights Year Attending "Saturnolia, a Greek festival put on to display Greek and Roman culture, highlighted Latin Club's activities. The club also sow the classic ploy, "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum." Latin Club met in order to en- hance their knowledge of Greek and Roman culture. They read literature, os well as eating at a Greek restoraunt. Club Members Print Magazine The lnternational Club planned to publish the first edition of its multi- cultural magazine containing in- formation about A.H.S. cultural groups. ln addition, they contin- ued to promote cultural aware- ness with many fund-raisers to earn money for Tesol field trips. The activities included the annual teachers Christmas luncheon for those who had foreign students in their classes and International Day, a spring celebration of food, music, dance, clothing and art work. Y. Heng, secretary: Y. Lee, treasurer: J. Fournier president O Mach Vice President Q .1 Y gg, bfi. 'if Bottom Row: Y. Heng, M. Xiong, J. Fournier, L. l-leng, P. Sengdara. Row 2: D. Shkrlevrch X D Shknevlch INTERNATIONAL CLUB Lor, Y. Lee, C. Vue, P. Lee, H. Tran, S. Tron, O. Mach. Sponsor FRENCH CLUB . , 132 .5 1 S sc ,www Q X? ik as -- sm-sem A :. , c : .5 9 Bottom Row: D. Castle, S. Lehman, J. Ford. Row 2: G, Marcus, A. Ricter, D. Lambertson, S. Harrington, K. Beisler. J. Whisler. G. Marcus, K. Deisler Sponsors Money Raised Helps Students The French club went to French restaurants and plays and held volleyball games against other foreign language clubs. They also held several fund raising activi- ties. Money from bake sales and selling foreign language T-shirts. helped members who will travel in France this summer and the members who will pursue French in college. French club is a club to develop an interest in the French language and culture. Culture Study Proves Helpful Spanish Club planned o school- wide Hispanic culture day, Christ- mas pinata party, and fund raisers throughout the year. Their pur- pose was to promote and en- hance the study of Spanish culture outside of Spanish class. The Span- C ish Club hoped to help several His- panic charities throughout the school year. The club also worked V to create a Spanish Honor Society M for those who qualify. S ' S gc. Bottom Row: M. Trujillo Treas., P. Flowers Sophomore Representative, K. Duran Secretary, W. Medina President, V. Schockley Vice. President. , O - ppc.. ff 1 ,f .'-- if , N Q was i -5' api, K 2 ju-W it 1 Bottom row: M. Trujillo, K. Duran, W. Medina, V. Schockley, P. Flowers. Row 2: L. 5P0n50'i Callahan, B. Roberts, S. Tangkpanna, D. Desmoineaux, S. Romero, D. Benz, L. Parker. Row MS- C- Pfe5f0n 3: J. Updegraff, B. Bluethmann, M. Acuna, E. Medladett. Row 4: B. Meston, D. Gailus, M. Paserella, C. Whitney. x i Edif6E As we look back on the past year and remember those who passed through these halls, we will cher- ish the memories that were cre- ated. This yearbook, we hope, captured the events, feelings, and people that were involved in our school in 1983-84. Throughout the year various changes have oc- cured. Dr. Ron. Feltes left Arvada after serving 11 years as assistant principal. Ms. Georgenne Tomlin- son replaced him and was put in charge of curriculum. In the Ii- brary, Ms. .lo Ann Lagerquist took the place of Carolyn McNee as the new media specialist. Mrs. Harriet Hines was replaced temporarily by Dana Naas. John Ziegler filled in for Mrs. Marilyn Schmidt and Ms. Nolene Regnier returned, replac- ing Cathy Beisler. Many people were involved in the process of making this year- book-and we would like to ex- press our deepest appreciation to all. To Mrs. Maryann Trembath and her photography classes, Scott Rairden, and Miss Mary Ellen Gulla for their patience and coo- peration in getting pictures. Also for our staff, who were essential in "putting it all together." A special thanks is due to Ms. Georgelynn Schmidler for her immeasurable help and advice, that we could not have done without. One last wish is that we hope everyone enjoys this yearbook and are as proud of it as we are. Best Wishes To All, Bryan T. Saunders '75-. - Lana Starbuck Lcuw- fDiC1,.A3m.-lL Senior Activities MIKE AERNI: Tennis 1.2.3. Cho- rale 2.3. Honor Society 1. Mo- dernaires 3. LADONA AINSLIE: Russian Club 2.3. Yearbook 3. GRACE ALDRICH: Deco 2.3. FHA 1. TACY ALDRIDGE: Track 1.3. Swimming 1. Crystelles 3. Flag Team 1. German Club 1.3.. KENDALL ALLISON: Deco 3. TAMMY ANGEL: Yearbook 2, CAssist. Editorh 3. MICHELE ARKO: Soccer 1.2.3. Volleyball 1.2.3. NHS 2.3. RHONDA ARMSTRONG: Festi- val Choir 1.2. DEBORAH ARNOLD: Photogra- phy 3. CHARLEY AULT: Marching Band 1.2. Symphonic Band 2. Sophomore Cadet Band 1. Wind Ensemble 2.3. LORENA AUSTIN: FBLA 2 fTreasJ. TERRIE BAGWELL: Tennis 2. KERRI BAKSA: Forensics 1. HERO 1. KRIS BARTA: Deco 3. Latin Club 1. CATHI BARTON: Color Guard 2.3. Concert Choir 1.2.3. Or- chestra 1,2.3. German Club 1.2.3. JENNIFER BASHFORD: Chon- telles 2.3. Chorale 3. Concert Choir 1. MATTHEW BELLAND: Thespi- ans 1.2. LINDA BEXLEY: Deco 2.3. Ju- nior-Senior Band 2. Latin Club 2.3. Marching Band 1.2. Soph- omore Stage Band 1. DEAN BILLINGTON: Golf 1.2.3. Homecoming King 3. Junior Es- cort 2. Student Council 2.3 CVice pres.J. JENNIFER BLAKESLEE: Arrow Staff 3. Latin Club 1.2. March- ing Band 1.2.3. Sophomore Band 1. Wind Ensemble 2.3. PAULA BLALACK: Tennis 1.2.3. Volleyball 1.3. JACKIE BLOOM: Arrow Staff 3. Deca 2.3. International Club 3. SCOTT BOWMAN: Football 1.2.3. Track 2.3. FCA 2.3. MISTI BRADEEN: Crystelles 2. Festival Chorus 2. BOB BRADSHAW: COE 2.3. LESTIA BRANTINGHAM: Tennis 2.3. Chantelles 3. Cheerleader 3. CANDICE BRIDGES: DECA 2.3. BRIAN BRIL: Jazz Band 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Wind En- semble 2.3. KELLEY BRONK: Basketball 1.2.3. Soccer 1.2.3. Volleyball 1.2.3. Chorale 2.3. Moder- naires 3. JACKIE BROUGH: FBLA 1. ROBIN BROWN: German Club 3. Tribe 3. PETER BROWN: Football 1.2. Choraliers 2. Chorale 2. ROB BRUCE: Football 3. Track 3. DARIN BUCHTEL: Basketball CTrainerJ 1.2.3. Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. Modernaires 3. TRAVIS BURNS: Baseball 1.2. Soccer 1.2. JOHN CALKINS: DECA 3. WENDY CALKINS: HERO 3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. Yearbook 3. RUSS CANZONA: Basketball 1. DECA 1.2. JENNIFER CAPRA: FBLA 2. TERRY CARLSON: Soccer 1. Track 1.3. CHRISTINE CARNEY: DECA 2.3. Marching Band 1.2. Symphon- ic Band 1.2. PAT CARR: Football 1. DAWN CASTLE: Gymnastics 1. Track 1.3. French Club 3. Out- door Lab Counselor 3. SAM CATANZARO: Russian Club 2. DENNIS CERRONE: Wrestling 1.2.3. Jazz Band 1.2. Junior Senior Band 2. Marching Band 1.2. Sophomore Cadet Band 1. JERRY CLANTON: DECA 3. ART CLEMENTS: Baseball 1.3. Football 1.3. DECA 1.3. JULIE CLONCH: Crystelles 1.2.3. DECA 2. Marching Band 1. Sophomore Cadet Band 1. SHERYL COLANDER: Choraliers 3. Chorale 2.3. Student Coun- cil 1.2. CSec.J 3. MICHELE COLE: Softball 3. Fes- tival Chorus 1. RODNEY COLE: Hom Radio Club 1.2.3. STACEY COLLINS: Gymnastics 1.2. Soccer 1.2.3. Chantelles 1.2. Concert Choir 1. Pin Pals 2.3. CLAY CORBUS: Football 1.2.3 CCapt.J. Track 2.3. German Club 1.2.3 CVice presj. NHS 2.3. Student Council 2 Uunior Class Pres.J 3 fStudent Body Pres.J CAROLINE CORDEAN: Chan- telles 3. Peer Counselor 3. CLARE CORRIGAN: Baseball 1.2.3. BOB COZZIE: Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. Modernaires 3. Mr. Redskin 2. PHIL CROSS: Basketball 1.2.3. Football 1.2.3. JEFF DAVIS: Swimming 1. Choralieres 1. Chorale 2.3. Jazz Band 3. Modernaires 2.3. MARGARET DEBSKI: Concert Choir 1. Russian Club 1.2.3. Yearbook 3. LAVERNE DELL: Pep Club 1. Spanish Club 1. NADINE DE LESTREE: Swim- ming 1. INGRID DEWEES: Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. German Club 1.2.3. Modernaires 3. Thespi- ans 1.2.3. MARYANN DEWITT: Gymnas- tics 1.2.3. Pom Pon 3. ROBERT DINGLE: Football 1.2.3. HERO 3. SANDY DITTMAN: Basketball 1. Outdoor Lab Counselor 2. Pom Pon 2. Yearbook 3. KERRYN DURAN: Arrow Staff 3. Key Club 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Spanish Club 1.2.3. Tribe 3. LYNETTE DURANT: Soccer 2. Chantelles 2. FBLA 3. Pin Pals 2. TED ECKDAHL: French Club 1.2. WILLIAM ELLIS: Choraliers 2.3. Ham Radio Club 2.3. Moder- naires 1.2.3. NIKKI ERB: Cross Country 2. Track 1.2.3. Cheerleader 2.3. FCA 3. Student Council 1.2.3. KELLY ERICKSON: Gymnastics 1. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. BJORN ERICSSON: Chorale 3. LEE EVANS: Soccer 1.2.3. Ger- man Club 1. MICHELLE FIORE: Basketball 1. Soccer 1.2.3. Latin Club 2. Out- door Lab Counselor 3. Year- book 3. BERNADETTE FLAGEOLLE: DECA 3. MIKE FLYNN: Basketball 1. Football 1.2.3. Track 2. Junior Escort 2. JULIE FORD: Soccer 1. French Club 1.2.3. Student Council 3. JILL FOURNIER: German Club 1. International Club 2.3. Key Club 1. BONNIE GLEASON: Chorale 2.3. Modernaires 3. N.H.S. 3. Thespians 2.3. Wind Ensemble 2.3. TONY GOLDEN: Soccer 1.2. Stu- dent Council 3. STEVE GONZALES: Wrestling 1.2.3. LYNN GORMAN: Basketball 1.2.3. Chantelles 2. Choraliers 3. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. SUE GORMAN: Basketball 1.2.3. Chantelles 2. Choraliers 3. Chorale 2.3. N.H.S. 3. DAN GRAHAM: Marching Band 1.2.3. Russian Club 1.2. Sophomore Cadet Band 1. Symphonic Bond 2. Wind En- semble 3. BONNIE GREEN: Booster Club 1.2.3. Choraliers 2.3. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. JENNIFER GREENLEY: FBLA CPres.D 3. Outdoor Lab Coun- selor 3. ANN GRIFFITHS: Gymnastics 1.2. Track 1.3. FBLA 1.2.3. Peer Counselor 3. DEBORAH HAMMEL: Chan- telles 1.3. FBLA 3. Flag Team 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Symphonic Band 2.3. ALLEN HANCOCK: DECA 1. Ro- deo Club 1. JEFF HARDING: Soccer 1. WENDY HAVENS: Flag Team 1.2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 2. Sophomore Stage Band 1. Symphonic Band 2. CARRIE HAYNIE: Chantelles 1. DECA 3. HERO 3. Tribe 1.2. Stu- dent Teacher 1.2. TRISHA HAYS: Track 1.2. Chan- telles 1.2. Choraliers 3. Cho- rale 2.3. Twirler 2. AMY HEIT: Arrow Staff 2.3. For- ensics 1. German Club 1. Key Club 1.2.3. Outdoor Lab Coun- selor 3. LORI HENDERSON: Choraliers 3. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. TOM HERGERT: Football 3. Wrestling 1.2. SHEILA HOKENSON: Cross Country 2. Gymnastics 1. Track 1.2.3. Color Guard 2. JOSEPH HOWELL: Concert Choir 1. Student Council 1.2.3. CARMEN HUMBLE: Tennis 1.2.3. Cheerleader 2.3. DECA 2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. Yearbook 3. BRIAN HUTCHIN: Baseball 1.2.3. Football 1.2.3. F.C.A. 2. Spanish Club 1. KERRI INGRAHAM: Chantelles 2.3. Festival Chorus. DEREK JACKSON: Hom Radio Club 1.2.3. Latin Club 2.3. PATTI JASCH: Gymnastics 1. Color Guard 2. HERO 3. KATHY JENSEN: Chantelles 1.2.3. AMY JOHNSON: DECA 2.3. Yearbook 3. JANET JOHNSON: Chantelles 1. HERO 3. SUZY JOYCE: Chantelles 1. FBLA CPresJ 3. Flag Team 3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Sopho- more Cadet Band 1. GEOFF KEETON: Orchestra 1.2.3. RON KELLEY: Football 1.2.3. DAVID KEMPFER: German Club 2. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. SHONDA KENNEDY: FBLA 2. Marching Band 1.2.3. Wind En- semble 2.3. RUTH KESSLER: Concert Choir 1.3. MARK KING: Cross Country 1. Track 1.2.3. KATHLEEN KITASHIMA: Gym- nastics 1.2. Track 1.2. Pom Pons CHeadJ 2.3. HEIDI KNADLER: Outdoor Lab 3. Yearbook 3. MIKE KNOX: Football 2.3. Track 2. Wrestling 2. JOE KURTZ: Football 1. DAVID LAMBERTSON: French Club 1.2. CPres.J 3. Math Club 1. Math Tutor 3. Gifted and Talented 2.3. DAWN LARSEN: DECA 3. Key Club 2, CPres.J 3. CURTIS LAUDERMAN: Wres- tling 1. FHA 1.2.3. HERO 1.2.3. JULIE LE FAVE: Softball 3. Yearbook 3. SHERRI LEHMAN: French Club CVice-Pres.J CSec.J 1.2.3. KAREN LOGSDON: Soccer 1. Drum Majorette 3. Marching Band 1.2.3. NHS 3. Wind En- semble 2.3. DEANA LOSASSO: Basketball 1.2.3. Golf 2.3. Swimming CCapt.J 2.3. Chantelles 2.3. Math Club 2. JACK LOVATO: Marching Band 1. Cadet Band 1. RUSS LOWERY: Football 2. DECA 2. Outdoor Lab Counsel- or 2. SHANNA LOWRY: Student Teacher 2. COE 2. STEVE LUCAS: Basketball CCapt.J 1.2.3. Track 2.3. LISA LUEDKE: Cheerleader 2. Choraliers 3. Chorale 2.3. NHS 3. Junior Escort 2. MARK LUTZ: Marching Band 1. Symphonic Band 1. GREG MALLY: Basketball 1. Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Mo- dernaires 3. Thespians 3. BYRON MARTINEZ: Wrestling 3. CARIE MASCARELLO: Chan- telles 2. Cheerleader 1.2.3. Concert Choir 1. DECA 2.3. Yearbook 3. PATTY MASCARENAS: Basket- ball 1. NHS 3. RACHEL MCIVER: Yearbook 3. PATRICK MCKENDRY: Golf 2. Wrestling 1. SHAWN MCLAUGHLIN: Concert Choir 1.2. NHS 2. Yearbook 3. PAULA MCVAY: Tennis 1.2.3. Yearbook 2. WILLY MEDINA: Arrow Staff CEditorD 2.3. Marching Band 1.2. Sophomore Cadet Band 1. Spanish Club CPres.J 3. Sym- phonic Band 2. NEIL MEKELBURG: Baseball 1.2.3. Swimming 3. Choraliers 3. Chorale 3. German Club 1.2. DANA MILLER: Chorale 2.3. KRIS MILLER: COE 2.3. MARK MORGAN: Newspaper 3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. KATHIE NANCE: Concert Choir 1.2. Russian Club CPres.J 1.2.3. DALE NELSON: Swimming 1. GEORGIA NEMETH: Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. Thespians 2.3. THERESA NOLLENBERGER: Gymnastics 2.3. Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. Modernaires 3. KRIS OCKER: HERO 2.3. TOM O'BRIEN: Wrestling 3. CHRIS OGG: Cross Country 1.2. Outdoor Lab Counselor 2. CHRIS OHMAN: Choraliers 1. Chorale CVice-Pres.J 3. Moder- naires 2.3. NHS 3. Thespians CVice-Pres.D 2.3. CHRISTINE OLETSKI: Volleyball 1.2.3. DECA 2. JOHN OLMSTEAD: DECA 2.3. CARY OLSON: COE 3. KIM OPHUS: Volleyball 1. Chantelles 1.2. EMMA OSCKEL: Russian Club 1.2. Tribe 1. BUTCH PACE: Soccer 1.2. Wres- tling 3. NICOLE PANUSHKA: Flag Team 2.3. Marching Band 2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. Wind Ensemble 3. Yearbook 3. STEPHANIE PATTEN: Cross Country 1. Track 1. LORRY PAUGH: FHA CPres.J 3. ROB PEARCE: Basketball CCapt.J 1.2.3. DEBBIE PELKEY: Forensics 2.3. Key Club 2. Marching Band 1.2. Tribe 2. KRIS PERRAS: Chantelles 2.3. Chorale 3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Wind Ensemble 2.3. GINGER PHILLIPS: Chantelles 2. Choraliers 3. Chorale 3. Con- cert Choir 1. French Club 3. DAVE PIVIC: Baseball 1. Foot- ball 1.2. Outdoor Lab Counsel- or 3. DANIEL POND: Basketball 1.2.3. Football 3. ROD PYLE: COE 3. JEFF QUARATINO: Baseball 2. Football 1. Wrestling 1.2. N.H.S. 2.3. NATALIE QUARANTINO: Soft- ball 3. PAT QUINN: Golf 1.2. Jazz Band 1.2.3. Senior Band 1.2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Wind En- semble 3. ANGIE QUINTANA: Gymnastics 1.2. Soccer 1. Banner Girl 3. Yearbook 1.3. ROBERTA RALEIGH: Concert Choir 1.2. Marching Band 1.2.3. Pom Pon 2.3. Student Council CVice-Pres.J 1.2.3. Wind Ensemble 1.2.3. JANE REUSINK: Soccer 1. JON RICHARDSON: Track 2.3. Wrestling 1. BRIAN RINK: Cross Country 1.2.3. Track 2.3. German Club 1.2. NHS 3. Outdoor Lab Coun- selor 2. KATHY ROBISON: Outdoor Lab Counselor 2. Pin Pals 2.3. Yearbook 2. RICH ROSE: Outdoor Lab Coun- selor 3. KIM ROSENTRATER: Choraliers 2. Chorale 2. Spanish Club 1. CINDY ROUSH: DECA 2.3. BUTCH RUCKER: Football 1.3. LANCE RUSHTON: Basketball 1.2.3. JANICE SADAR: Color Guard 2.3. HERO 2 CPres.J 3. Tribe 1.2 CPres.J 3. BRYAN SAUNDERS: Basketball 1. NHS 2.3. Outdoor Lab Coun- selor 3. Student Council 3. Yearbook 2.3 CEditorJ. JAY SCHERFF: Football 3. DECA 2.3. GINA SCHOFIELD: Key Club 2. NHS 2.3. Outdoor Lab Counsel- or 2.3. Pom Pons 2. Student Council 2.3. PAIGE SCRIPTER: Swimming 2.3. Peer Counselor 3. DEBBIE SHAVER: Chantelles 3. Flag Team 1. Jazz Band 1. Marching Band 1. LAINIE SHIMPA: Basketball 1.2.3. Soccer 1.2. Volleyball 1.3. FCA 2.3. Student Council 1.2.3. DAVIN SHING: Football 1.3. FCA 2. Spanish Club 1. Boys State 2. VAL SHOCKLEY: Track 1.2.3. Flag Team 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. NHS 2.3. Spanish Club 1.2.3. ANN SMITH: Basketball 1. Gymnastics 1. DECA 2.3. Newspaper 3. CHUCK SMITH: Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Concert Choir 1. Modernaires 3. DARREL SMITH: Football 1.2.3. STEPHANIE SPEHAR: FHA 3. LANA STARBUCK: Tennis 1.2.3. Pom Pons 3. Yearbook 2 3 CEditorJ. MONICA STEIKUNAS: Soccer 2.3. NHS 2.3. Pom Pons 2.3. RICK STEPHENS: Football 1.2.3. Track 1. Concert Choir 1.2. DECA 3. Yearbook 3. CHRISTIE STEWART: FBLA 3. FSA 3. LAURA STORM: Choraliers 2. Chorale 2.3. Forensics 1.2. Mo- dernaires 3. Thespians 1.2.3. BRIAN STUBBS: Choraliers 1.3. Chorale 2.3. Modernaires 2.3. Russian Club 1. Thespians 2.3. BRENT SULLIVAN: Baseball 1.3. Cross-country 1. DECA 3. WANDA SULLIVAN: Chantelles 1.2. KRISTIN SVENSON: DECA 2.3. JULIE SWENSON: DECA 2.3. SAKURA TANGKPANYA: Inter- national Club 1.2.3. Key Club 3. Spanish Club 3. Student Teacher 1.2.3. LINDA TENNIGKEIT: DECA 2.3. Yearbook 3. FRANCES TERRAZA5: Soccer 1. Flag Team 3. Key Club 2. Marching Band 1.2.3. Wind En- semble 2.3. CINDY TETER: FBLA 2.3. March- ing Band 1.2. Pom Pons 2.3. Student Council 1.2.3. Sym- phonic Band 1.2. CRAIG THOMERSON: Baseball 1.2.3. Basketball 1. KIMBERLY TIMMONS: Flag Team 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Sophomore Cadet 1. Wind Ensemble 2.3. JOHN TINNETTI: Football 1. Track 1. Wrestling 2. DECA 3. RENEE TOWNE: Festival Chorus 1. FHA 1.2. Spanish Club 2.3. Student Council 1.2.3. Tribe 1.2.3. HUONG TRAN: Student Council 1.2.3. AN TRAN: Cheerleader 1.2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. SON TRAN: International Club 1. KAREN TREVER: Chantelles CVice-Pres.J 1.2. Cheerleader 2. Choraliers 3. Chorale 3. MIKE TUERS: Soccer CCapt.J 1.2.3. German Club 1.2. Inter- national Club 1,2. Jr. Atten- dant at Graduation 2. SHERYL UGOLINI: Jazz Band 2.3. Marching Band 1.2.3. Rus- sian Club 1. Wind Ensemble 2. DEAN URENDA: Cross Country 1.2.3. Track 2.3. Chorale 2.3. Modernaires 2.3. Yearbook 3. ROGER VADEEN: Junior Senior Band 2. Marching Band 1.2.3. Flag Team 1.2.3. Symphonic Band 3. Yearbook 3. LISA VETTING: Swimming 1.2. KEVIN VIBURG: Football 1.3. Track 1.2. DECA 2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 2. JENI VOTH: Basketball 1.2. Track CCapt.J 1.2.3. Student Council 3. Homecoming Atten- dant 3. Junior Escort 2. PAULA WAGNER: HERO 3. CATHY WALLIN: Arrow Staff CEditorJ 2.3. Forensics CPres.D 2. Key Club 1.2. MALIA WARESS: DECA 3. Marching Band 1. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. Sophomore Ca- det Band 1. SANDRA WELLBORN: FBLA 3. NHS 3. Miss Redskin 2.3. Tribe CPres.J 3. JEFF WHITE: Soccer 1.2.3. Ar- row Staff 2.3. Outdoor Lab Counselor 3. Spanish Club 1.2. JACQUELINE WHITWORTH: Concert Choir 1. HERO 1. LETRICIA WILKINS: Cheer- leader 2.3. Chorale 2.3. Foren- sics 1.2.3. Key Club 1.2.3. Stu- dent Council 1.2.3. SHERI WILKINSON: DECA 2.3. HERO 3. COE 3. TROY WILLIAMS: Swimming CCapt.J 3. TERRI WINFREY: Soccer 1.2.3. FBLA 3. TERRI WOMPEY: Latin Club 1.2. 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Tlmothy p. 87 Browne, L. p. 87, 260 Browne, P, p, 25 Bruce, R, p, 14, 25, 174 Brummette, E. p, 87 Brummette, H. p. 25 Brungardt, D. p. 140 Bruno, B. p. 140 Bruno, Randy p. 25, 205 Bruno, Raymond p. 140 Bryan, H. p. 189 Buchtel, D. p. 14, 25, 197, 257. 258 Bueghly, L. p. 14, 25, 181, 195, 200, 245 Buelter, O. Couns. p. 211 Bull, S. p. 226 Bunn. Patrlck p. 87 Bunn, Paul p, 25 Bunn, W. p. 87, 234, 268 Burchl, N. p. 25 Burg. G. p. 87 Burgard, J. p. 88 Burgarat, J. p. 140 Burke, L. p, 140 Burley. J. p, 88 Burns, C, p, 140 Burns, S. p. 88 Burns, T. p. 25 Burt, E. p. 88 Bustos, J. p. 205 Butz, P. p. 140 Butz, R. p. 140 Byers. D. p. 26, 244 Byers, G. p. 26 Cadotte, T, p. 88 Coffey, D, Fac. p. 216 Calderone, J, p. 88, 204 Calklns, G, p. 140 Calkins. V, p. 26, 246 Callahan. B. p. 88, 174, 199 Callahan, L, p, 140, 262, 274 Callahan, M, p. 26, 257, 258 Colley, D. p. 88. 174 Campbell, G. p. 26, 193, 242 Campbell, R. p, 140 Campion, C. p. 141. 262 Cancanon, L. p. 141, 187 Cancanon, W. p. 88 Cannon, S. p. 88 Cantwell, R. p. 26, 179 Capasso. M, p, 141, 175, 199 Capra, J. p. 26 Cardenas, N. p. 88, 267 Carlson. R. p. 88, 204 Carlson. S, p, 141 Carlson, T. p. 27 Carlton. B. p. 141 Carmack. G. p. 27 Carney, C. p. 27, 264 Carney. D. p. 88. 193 Carpenter. J. p. 27, 174 Carpenter, K. p. 27 Carpenter, S. p. 141 Carr, P, p, 268, 269 Carter, 5. Fac, p. 134, 212 Carreras. L. p, 141 Cary, T. p. 141 Case. C. p. 88, 240, 269 Castellano, R. p.27 Castle, D. p. 271 Castro, J. p. 27 Contanzaro. S. p,28 Cauble, S.. Securlty, p. 215 Cec, R. p. 141 Cerlse, L, p. 88 Cerrone, D. p. 28, 204 Cervera, D. p. 141, 262 Cessa, D. p. 88 Chandler. W. p. 89 Chappel, J. p. 28 57, 258 Chappell, Sean p. 89 Chappell, Stephanie p. 89 Charmlchael. K, p. 89 Charron, D. p. 141 Chavez, D. p. 141. 175 Chavez, R. p. 141, 175 Chavez. L. p, 141 Cheer, G. p. 89 Chhay. V. p. 89 Chllcott, R. p. 141 Choe. E. p. 84, 260 Chrlstensen. A. Fac. p. 214 Chrlstapher, J. p. 141 Churches, C. Fac. p. 203, 214, 217 Clacco, D. p. 141, 187 Clccone, G. p.28, 263 Cleslelskl, J. p, 141 Clabough. J. p. 141 Claeys, J. T.A. p. 225 Clancy, E. p. 141 Clark, A. p. 89 Clark, C. p. 28 Clark, C. p. 263 Clark, J. p. 141, 198 Clark, L. p. 141 Clark, R. p. 136, 141, 229 Clark, T. p, 141, 262 Clay, D. p. 28, 174 Clem, Jennller p. 142 Clem. John p. 28, 174 Clements. A. p. 28, 174 Clements, L. p. 89 Cleveland, T. p. 89 Cleveland, V, p. 28 Cllnatd. C. p. 89 Cllne. Dana p. 142 Cllne, Davld p, 29 Cllne. E, p. 89 Clodl. K, p. 89, 260 Clonch, 1. p. 29. 261 Clyncke, N, p. 29 Coco, J. Coach, p. 179 Coelho, J. p. 142 Coffln, D. p. 142, 262 Cogswell, J, p. 89 Colander, S. p. 17, 29, 229, 257. 259 Colbert, M., Cust. p,226 Cole, B. p. 142, 175 Cole, M. p. 184 Cole, L. Fac. p. 221 Cole, T. p. 142. 251, 259 Coleman. J. p. 142 Colllns, S, p. 29. 235 Conaster, K. p, 142 Connor, B. Fac. p. 218 Conklln, M, p. 142 Conway, G. p. 89, 184 Conway, J. p. 89 Cooke, E, p. 29, 246, 263 Cook. Jeffrey p. 142 Cook, Joseph p. 142 Cook, R. p. 29 Cope, K. p. 142 Copeland, T. p, 90. 207 Copeland, J. p. 142 Corbus, C. p. 15, 29, 174, 228, 268 Cordean. C. p. 129, 256 Cordlal, C. p. 30 Cotlrlns, K. p. 90 Cone. J. Fac. p. 173, 174, 212 Corrlgan, C, p. 30 Corso, J. Fac. p. 218 Cortvrlendt, D. p. 142, 199 Cota, B. p. 142 Coughlln, T. p. 90 Covorrublas, P. p. 142, 205 Cowan, C. p. 90 Cox, J, p. 30 Coy. James p. 30, 257, 259 Coy. Joey p. 142 Cozad. J. p. 142 Coule, B. p. 30, 258 Cralg. J. p. 90 Cramm. S. p. 142, 190. 191, 205. 256 Cralg, T. p. 90 Crlmmlns, H. Fac. p. 214 Cross, P. p. 14, 30, 174, 197. 201 Crow, J. p. 90 Crull, S. p. 142 Culter, C. p. 90, 174, 175, 204 Culter, T. p. 143, 205 Cunningham, P. p. 143 Cuno. A. p. 30 Cutlln, T. p. 143 Curnoon. R, p. 90 Cuthrlell. R. p. 143 Curtls, D. Fac. p, 216 Cyrus, D. p. 143 D DUJIGY, D. p. 90. 242. 257, 256 Dolly, M. p. 143, 175 Dole, K, p. 143, 254 Dallarasa, D, p. 90 Dolly, G. p. 90, 266 Daniels. D. p. 262 Danos. C. p. 90 Dardanls. S, p. 90, 167 Darsow, Lance p. 143 Darsow, Lynn p. 143, 161 Daugherty. M. p. 143 Dovls. J. Fac. p. 216 Eaton, P. p. 92, 193 Ebbs, S. p. 32 Ebbs, T, p, 32 Ebebsheiser. T. p. 92 Eberly, Echtor, D. p. 92 T. p. 32 Echrerllng, W. p. 92 sckduhl, E. p. 145 Eckdahl. T. p. 262 Edwards, A. p. 145, 257, 256, 260 Edwards, Carl p. 92 Edwards, Christine p, 145 Edwards. J. p. 92 Edwards, L. p. 92, 174 Davis, 1. p. ao, 257 Davls. Leslie. 12 p. 30 Davls, Leslle. 10 p. 143 Davls, Lewls p. 266 Davis. Davls, M. p. 90. 174 Raymond p. 31 Davls, Regglna p. 31 Davls, Rlchard p. 143 Davlsson. J. Fac. p. 195, 196, 225 Dean, P. p. 90 DeDeII. A. p. 143 Debskl, M. p. 31, 247 Decamlllls, C. p. 143, 256. 259 DeCarlo, R. p. 143 Decker, P. p. 143. 254 Dellore, K. p. 91 Degldla, M. p. 91 Delnes. I. 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L. p. 94, 266 Gamache, S. p. 147 Gamboe, L. p. 94 Gangwlsh, T. p. 94 Gunn, M, p. 35 Ganzeveld, S. p. 94 Griffin, J, p. 146, 251 Grlflin, P. p. 96, 179 Griffiths, A. p. :17, 247 Grischow, D. p. 146, 199 Grover. C. p. 96 Grundmeier. T. Fac. p. 214. 226, 229 Guerin, T. p. 146 Guest, J. p. 84, 96, 229, 260. 261 Gulden. J. p, 37 Gunter, S, p. 146, 266 Gurley. N. Sec. p. 225 Gurule, L. p. 146 H Hnckwell, S. p. 96, 229. 231 Haf1ner, R, p. 146 Hageman, R. p. 146. 262 Hagerman. L. 96. 193 Halbach, Jennifer p, 14, 37, 161. 195, Halbach, Joseph p. 96, 199 Garcia, J. p. 94, 165 Gardiner. J. p, 35, 245 Gardner, J. p. 147 Gardner. M. T.A. p. 225 Gardund, T. p. 94 Garramone, G. p. 147 Garscin, J. p. 94 Gartner, M. p. 147 Gaskin, S. p. 147 Gasper, K. p. 147 Gawlas, D. p. 94 Gentry, J. Coach p. 203, 204 George, L. p. 147 Georgia, T. p, 94. 179 Gerber. S. p. 147 German, P. p. 35 Gerze. Debra p. 94 Gerze, Diane p. 147 Glarglari, C. p. 147 Halbac h, 5. p, 149. 196 Hale, D. p. 149, 262 Hale. 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J. p. 93. 146 Flanders, S. p. 93 Fleharty L, p. 146 Florlda, J. p. 93, 161, 235 Flowers, P. p. 146, 276 Flynn, M. p. 2, 34. 174. 247 Flynn, T. p. 146, 175, 205 Fodor, Foh rd, S, p. 93 M. p. 34 Gibbons. T. p. 35 Gibson. P. p. 94 Gibson, Terry p. 147 Glbsan. Thomas p. 95 Glebel, E. p. 35 Gllbert, W. p. 147, 207 Gillach, J. 147, 165, 199 Glllette. D. p. 95, 174 Gllllspie, J. p. 95 Gllman, B. p. 146 Gllman, E. p. 95 Gllmer, J. p. 95. 262 Gllroy, S. p. 95 Glttlns. J. p. 95. 234, 240. 261 Glasco, I. p. 146, 262 Glasmann. R. p. 146 Gleason, B. p. 15. 36. 245, 256. 257. 256, 266 Gleason, M. p. 64, 95, 230, 259 Goddard. N. p. 146 Godlnez. T. p. 95 Goetz. M. p. 36, 254. 256 Golden, A. 17. 36, 229 Goldman, G. p. 95 Goldstein, S. p, 95 Gamez, E. p. 95, 207 Gomez, J. p. 36, 190 Gomez. R. p. 146, 167 Gonzales. N. p. 95 Gonzales. 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S. p. 146, 262 Freeman, K. p, 146, 262 Freeze, M. p. 146, 262 French, D. p. 147 French, L. p. 94. 245 Freyre, L. p. 94, 251, 257, 260 Frold, L. p. 35 Frost, J. p. 147 Funk, L. p. 147 Grahdestaff, D. p. 146 Grondestafl, J. p. 96 Graves, C. p. 96, 254 Gray, Chrlstlne p. 136. 146, 161. 229 Gray. Cynthia p. 96, 169. 196. 229 Grayblll, M. p. 37, 254 Green, D. p. 37, 259 Green. D. p. 146, 252 Green, E. p. 146 Green, J. p. 96 Green, R. p. 96 Green, T. p. 96 Gteenley, J. p. 37, 266 Grenz, S. p. 146 Grlego, P, p, 146, 165 Grles, D. p. 146 Harris, D. p. 149 Harrls, J. p. 97 Harrower. S. p. 36. 165 Hon, A. p. 2. 97, 189, 246 Hart, D. p. 36. 273 Hart, K. p. 97 Hartmeister, D. p, 36 Hartmelster, L. p. 149 Hase. T. p. 149 Hasenkamp, S., Coach p. 161 Hass. L. p. 97. 240. 266. 266 Hassell. D. p. 149, 174, 257 Hassell. G. p. 97, 174. 199, 257, 259 Hathaway, S. p. 36, 163, 195. 200 Hottan, S. p. 149 Hauptman. C. p. 149 Hausman, S. p. 149 Havens, W. p. 36 Haviland, F., T.A. p. 225 Hawrylyshyn, D, p. 97 Hayden, P. p, 149, 175, 205 Hays, P. p, 39, 257. 259 Hazllll. J. p. 97 Hearrell, S. p. 64, 97, 235, 260 Heath, R. p. 149 Heckel, K. p. 97 Heckman, L. p. 97 Hedgecock, T. p. 149 lrledstrom, J. p. 39 Hegg. A. p. 97 Hegge, Jerome p. 149 Hegge. Joseph p. 149 Heggenberger. M. p. 97 Helns, T. Fac. p. 215 Hen. A. p. 39, 244 Heller, C. p. 96, 262 Helslram, W. p. 96 Hellzel, D. p. 149 Henderson, L. p. 39, 257, 259 Henderson. Sheree p. 96, 150 Henderson. Stephanie p. 150 Heng. L. p. 96, 270 Heng, Y. p. 39, 210 Henry, T. p. 39 Hergert, T. p. 39 Hernandez, G. p. 150 Herndon. C. p. 40, 167, 235 Heronema, M. p. 150 Herrington, S. p. 96. 271 Hershberger, D. p. 150 Hershberger. H. p, 96. 205 Hess, L. p. 64. 96, 229, 257, 259, 273 Hewett, H. p. 40 Hewlett. R. p. 96 Hlcks, J. p. 150 mn, M. p. 96 HIII, P. p. 96, 273 HIII, Stephanle p. 150 Hlll, Sarah Fac. p. 224 Hlllyard. 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