Arvada West High School - Claw Yearbook (Arvada, CO)

 - Class of 1981

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They have rhe freedom ro deade whar they are going ro do, wherher if is college, worls or rravel. For many people graduarion will bdng abour rhe freedom ro make rheir own deci- sions, rhe freedom ro plan whar rhey wanr when rhey wanr ro. Many sen-- iors will loolf ar rhis new freedom wirh hope and cwscovery while orhers will loolf or ir wirh anxfery 3 f 1 Super CLASS CLOLVNS' THE BIGGEST FUR TS.- Greg Olerslfi, Char Lefholz Chris Morrin, Gino RICHOFUS 4 is MOST ATHLEWC-. THE BEST BUILD: Berh Bronson, Donny Mfslfol Jerri Fonellh DOV9 DWQGS v Seniors THE CUTEST COUPLE THE MOST INTELLIGENT- Theresa Delmonico, Brad Sauer Kun' Abrahamson, Sarah Carperwrer THE FRIENDLIEST' THE BEST SMILE- Guy L3rau1IIerre, KeIIy Xwhams Brad Rogers, LeAnne Wadefgh 5 fp? W: L J 1 W 51? 1' I Exif f A L f' W' , , A 1, 'K L, it' 4 'fa' N I .. l Q 4 i L1 R I Nw- A t M, V' ,L .f 1 V 3 , gf ' I GL, L E o 4x-W-K f Borrom Row Lower Lefrf M. Marx, T Freeze, C Goodnch, 5. Browning, G. Spensierl, T Goosrree, 5. Dobrovolny B Branson D Gusrafson Upper Lefr: C Lefholz Class Of FLOWER' COLORS.- TREE- SONG: MOTTO, Edelweiss Teal Blue and Pearl Aspen "Looks Like We Made lr" The grear rhing ls rlws, ro be willing ro give up everyrhing we are, for whar we could become. Presidenr Wce Presidenr jegefgry Sarah Carpenrer Joan Glover 5rQCy Bendel s is L' I Kuff Abrohornson Aboss Aghoshorlf HL Bryon Anderson Mike Anderson 1 Wren. V m 4? f A 5 3' i""1 Jim Arnold Ross Azzorello Mfsri Alexander ll Sreve Anderson Jeff Barnes Korny Andersen Llso Applehunr Sobrino Bornerr DOVIU l3OfOf7 ,Mike Borrerr 1 Derh Borro Mehhdo Borrlerr wig .?igtF3?+ gt ,"S...R"'..."Qx NY?-, W- "W-. ,pm '-f-, Wh -.-...gnu ' ' A ' ' -' V , --I, Sf 3157 258 -bf' We ' "'fQR if f ' , - - . . z'1,,, - fifj in .. .M WW .LW. S Y K x , W W-V gg. - - . - I fy -. , V-, f L""Ngl . 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Moyhon 5h6'17O MOZOUGC Derh McCormick Tereso Maxon y' Lynn MCCVOCKQW' Ken McDonald lm McGee Tom MCKendfy C My A 5 x 5-3 G uv Y? m , L ' " Julie McNafnar Terr' Mcfaggarr - I ' f A I' V ' 0 Wnce Medina Brian Mefne Wayne Meineke Qennfg Mellon Carolyn Meyer Miffsa Maller Therese Mindenhah Anna Miranda Aniro Monlf Z Bdon Morse Chris Munn Scorr Moore Teri Morgon Jeff Murclfo Mork Murphy ff Louro Morrfsen Andy Moscoso Chorlie Murray Mike Murray Parry Nefsan Karhleen Nemmers Jan Neunalfen 5 L hiv. Q? Q ggi 1 .ta , . ,Qi 1 r 5 'Q'! Donald Neumann Manrra Neumann Sherry Newberry Debbie Newfon Brenda meson Richard Naffsfnger 'ff' Q DVOCWGV NOf0f?Cf Doug Norcross Jennie Norm Brendo Nuss David Oberro Andfeg Ogg r Kim Olive i Arlin Nusboum Gregory Olerslsi Q ,pf , Chrisrine Orr Roger D. Orron Lynn Osborne Jerry Pochello 1 3 Dormer John Ponlerorz .Q -dw" of ego fiyg , .X 3 I JoAnne Pedersen Anfro Dnppos Laurie Peed Roberr Pork Korhy Payne 1 l Chris Pererson 5re ve Piburn fhrmne Perrin K orh y Pfeifer E lizoberh Pilling Marie Plummer Cheri Plessmgefr Lfso Pluro Carlo Poker- ex, Manuel Poyner - Sreworr Porfer Jonerre Prorr , k N' . ev-4 A ,t I Rob Pries l l Jomie Roe ' Zuzono Prochozlfo Joel Roe Carol Pribyl Julie Price Scorr Purzsruclf LiSo Quoronrino Russell Roe! Loure Rqewslsi Abdu Rami i x '- . ' ' ' f Z 1 X3 if i iy ,V l Deon Roy - Morlf Romsey i June Recob Kelly Rehfeld Greg Renzeimon Q Janice Rhyme Arrhur Rice Kim Rich Gino Richards Jim Rithordsorw Krisrine Riley Keirh Robson Y Rig . I 1. I Q X ? 2 X 1, 5 2 A , Mg. 1 , Q '4 K Q 3 . P y ,rw N , M 1 'Lei , if A55 i Z.- Scorr Richey Ken Richer Krisri Rilev 124, X, xy 'X S X an ff 1 O Kurr Rodriquez Brod Rogers Berh Robbins H Korhy Rogers L1So R udeen Noclne Romero Kewh Roush I Q f V ll oy 'L Ig 1- Q Q"'5L..'R .7 W i h , J si o B A t fL. 'nf any r f A W I ' oofo o,o'o 4: f' ff , ,V '- "oz Holly Ruppel Kelly Rybo Ken Sock Rhondo Rucker Polly Rufhh lileen Solozor Todd Sollee Erich Sch worz Y' ' ' , F' A-if 17" "Hr, I W Scorr Sopegin Geraldine Schoffer Leso Schroeder 11 af 'cw 'gr'-F 'Vi' w Lori Serno Debbie Shoffer Colleen Shannon Korhy Shonnon Mory Shenefelr Scorr Shenefelr TGYGSO Shields Annerre Shoenberger Dang Simmons .:, 5 uf., My .. J -. V - " " "'M""' , .af .3 ., -AM Q 4:5 K' rl ' 22 2 - 5 f 2'tf,l'Q'L1-Agni -fqffy. ' fy ' ,f "iff 'nf Jeffery Skaggs Jimmy Sleoggs o o f "-' , :leg .,'-f 1 ,: A H' -. KEN- " . igrw: fy.:q+,?. 5. eff J ff, "iw Baie " v R' K . at 1 x " iffy M A Wfqmm ' " 1' is 4 5 9' J .LQ f' ,, . 'If HD! M, X M 1 M 4 if Ei, ' W 2 W ,QW f-we . x R .f 2' Spike Shirley Judy Sfyondemoor X e , Q Jenny Szrnpson Jennifer Sfvers . ,V FfOf7ClT79 Sloclx Julie Ann Sly Colvin Smlrh Doug Smlrh Q - 2 .Milk Roclf Smlrh - Lourlne Sodoiris Scorr Smfrh f: l wr. gb , W P 'WJ l E1 - ,1 Beverly Sorrenrlno John Sprfhger AQ! John 3,'9X Q05 l l SUSOP 5'-'vw Shelley SUfllVOfW Mon Taylor W Dan Teers ' Chnls Thomas She-ree Terer Mfichelle Thomas Scorr Ummons Lfsa Unerrf V J , 2 T W I , 1' . I 2 K in ,, , -as . -in .af .gs if Kimberly Thfbodeau Barbara Thomas Q 51? , n - Q Pg Shari Thomas LISO Dmmermah Scorr Tone Greg Toofe y Jeff Toole y Paul Tucker Chris Ury Jessica Trorn Angie TFOVIS Colleen Tremborh Lorlndo Tuller Debbie Turner Donng TwehoU5 i Lynda Von Heesch Krisrie Vornell Robin Viburg Carleen Wcfck Rob Vollqerr Warren Wallace Laura Ward 'i I""1W Paul Warers Jeff Weaver as J I Leanne Wadleigh Lori Ward Linda Weelens it 2 ,, 'ig Ngqgf. 1? 'Q '13 SS if in Shelly Wagner Russell Ward in 436 'Ki i f f - 35 Q , I Y A ' M 1:19 . 4' 1, Kimber Wellens Berny Welsh Gnd Mchael Kelly Mlhams ' Terry Whiralfer Ron Mchmonh Georgia Whiremon ':'f.'gT.4 5.5, --M: --,I sw f -'11 .-.Q 57" 5 1' ' ,N A--Q 11: . - , . f . ,. -..h.,:. , ' 3' V Joseph Mllfins ffh A W git My 2 ff 4- if ik ,. 'QB . I W 99+ f . Q pq A ,Q Q 1 , 'gf' Q 2 9 2 25,2351 " v ' Q? 'gil , ff 715, gf? 51 ig We LW fi g x, .z Wir V A M A A 1 X James Whirrleld .L .o-:M,,:,, ' nk x , 9 A x x' L 'fi 4' ' A l ,-f. L' . . ff" '5- ' We 5 Ecfe Mllioms Roberro Mlliams Deborah Mllmore Guy Mlson - 'Y f V S Mindy Mkon Tn5ho Mkon Chris Wonderly Lorry Wnghr Hyeong Yoon Charles Young v-'-7 Dena Zoppo Leigh Zmmermon Zone Zwemlfe , Louro Woods B .gf ,Q yd, 8 if 5 .ev Anne Zodforfken Seniors Nor Mcrured Armja, Dennis Barnum, Berry Bauer, Vera Beale, Don Behunin, Serri Bomarero, Guy Bowman, Roger Brewer John Brian, Edwin Brooks, Sracey Brown, Ehzaberh Bukowski, l:7ly Cade, Gary C ady, Sre ve Callahan, Terence Campbell Jacqueline Carlson, Chris Carringer, Paula Casrro, Kelly Cec, Parricia Chivers, Lorenzo Cleary, Joseph Clemenrs, Debbie Cubbon, Mark Davidson, lon Debski laroslaw Decker, Barbara Dewirr, Clark Downey, Eric Driver, David Edsrrom, Dmorhy Everrs, Elzaberh Hsher, Larry Fregosi, Richard Gillispie, Renee Grenemyer, Daniel Hamilron, Raberr Hanes, Wcroria Hedgecock, Mark Husifm, Melanie Johnson, Donald Kalmbach, Daniel Kidwell, Karhleen King, Melanie Kingsbury, Gail Koehler, Angela Kuder, Larry Lewis, David Losasso, Louis Lyday, Tamara Marri Alberr Marrinez, Daniel Marrinez, Gerald McCulloch, 5COff McCurchen, Cynthia McLaughlin, Mike Mcvnlliams, Dm Meier, Oark Meyer, Sherde Milow, Daniel Miskol Daniel Morado, Rudy Morrissey, Kenr Morlik, Perer Myler, Lori Nekon, Michael Nguyen, Huyen Nogl Nabuyuki Olofson, Louis Olona, David Parker, Raberr Parker, Tod Perrin, Gary Parco, Raymond Quinlivan, Daniel Roger, Rob Reimann, Kimberly Rhorer, Mike Razee, Dawn Roughron, Mark Saindon, Andrew Sauer, Bradley Schlurer, Debra Schneider, Michael Shafer, Cheryl Shears, Sreven Sigrisr, Shirley Sims, Sreve Skaggs, Jeffrey Smaldone, Parrick Smirh, Douglas Sobliros, David Spicer, James Sraron, John Srephens, Randy Srierle, Scorr - Srogner, Wendy Srreerer, Sharee Taylor, Carolyn Taylor, Sreven Urnmer, Bryan Urie, Teresa Vigil, Raberr Volkerr, Raberr Wahl, Neal Walrers, Kammy Warman, Scorr Webb, Edward Wheeler, Lucinda Whire, Tanya Mllard, Barbara Mllard, Brenda Mlson, Nannerre Zakrzewski, Mark Kew' A Q 4 X Q if-B u W f?-'31 O Af' Y 2 S- f ,za ri' ' I lr 4 Q' Q I Fall brougnr rne beginning of a new school year and Wllh lr varlous acrlvfe ries ro ,aarrlapare in and numerous m people ro meer, freedom ro selecr rne wr5hed ro be o parr come frlendg wlrn I Chose. The maln rhe annual l-larvesr Coming vveel-1 wlrh Irs dress-up days and conresrs, rhe Hornecomlng Dance, Halloween and rne rnearer fall producrfon, x I Fall Rellecrs New Changing Arrirudes Fall was rhe rfme when srudenrs Came back ro school and reunlred wffh rhefr friends. lr was also a rlme when seniors dreamed of rhe freedom rhey would experience afrer rhefr graduarion, whlle juniors and sophomores re- member rhefr freedom from rhe pasr summers. ' Mm' ss, ef ""f"' W 5 ,A .,,.,,4s.,:yF, ,,- 8' ga, u, .s , 1 . M - 1 - . 5. M. 1 if u,,p.,g4, Sits, .,,f'f11f ,'gl1,,,, 95-jj. .xiqiulf ' Srlwvf'-fffgw gl'-:Elem 'Q' 'KVNUYV ' ,:ki3n3f4f5iis.. -zfQ2,re,a f1Se?f'3'afa2'iWw. lt :ff'gl'yf. A , i.EB.J'f!lK'X' ...af Q 1- ., :. 1 X mix R m if +5 Q ' F A . 3 ii 3' 2 Q 'Q , F V- -an fx 4 wi? X L, , is f X I v . , 4 As FX N K ,-l.h 'EZ V J Q K K wi 34 I ii ggi. ' : fn , 1 -Q K K K' WA fy to li Q V A V J 2 K V A tg Q i .,,1., 1, -t in "' "' .. 5:42 ,eil ,, of ,X I Q ggi! : Ei QQ F' an Q P , , A S , 'awp' ' E , 2 N ,rf Q iv B' aw as Q Q . A Wi j i 'li k 1.,, ' P ., 1 Q, 1:. . Q 5, - f l i 5' 'L l ' Q . is - 2 .dr : - v . d -. ' 4 r Q' SEA V+ I :Q ,Q ' X, Mk Q v V i' K -Iii S 1 A -5 is 2 1 .r f l s s in i ' W, 'S ' . F113 ,, 3, - Q , f 5, ,xi W3 if " Q 1 Q - Srudenrs Parricpare ln l-larvesr Fesrlval The Nfry-Nfrh annual l-larvesr Fesrlval Parade was held early in Seprember. Abour 300 Redskins Including, rhe marchlng band cheerleaders, pam' pans, pin pals, rrfbe, and Mr, and Mrs, Redslvn parrlcpared ln rhe parade The Arvada boarh money will ga ra beneHr pep council. K s 4 . AM New ldeos E venrs Add To Homecoming Homecomfng srorred wfrh o new evenr, rhe Nrsr cowchfp rhro wfng cone resr. lr wos won byjunfor Brerr Schuf berr, The seniors were rhe nexr win' ners in rhe "Anyrh1ng Goes" ossem- bfy. This feorured such evenrs os rhe bonono spffr eonng conresr, scoorer roce, ond rhe spoon on rhe srring poss. The winners for rhe closs com- perfrfon were rhe seniors, Juniors come in second, ond rhe sophomores hnlshed fosr. 1 Elf 1. +15 Et s u Q S FP' W QA .wx ,FK K',, W' cf. W ?'7"'?' ' mw- Wesrern Doy Begins Homecoming Week Homefomfng weelf feorored Nye ex- clrlng doys of school splnr fn whlch fhe sfudenfs porflclpored. Mondoy wos Wesfern Doy when sru- denrs wore fhelf cowooy hors ond shoes ond some even showed orhers how fo rlde rhe fence, Tuesdoy wos Bonono Doy, o doy when srudenrs dressed fn yellow or hod o reol or symoolfc oonono wlfh rhem. Wednesdoy wos Hollywood Doy when sfodenfs dressed os fheff fo yor fre movle sror or chorocler. Thursdoy wos Bog Doy when 5fU- denrs dlsgufsed rhemselves fn soclfs elrher porrfolly or fully, And Fndoy wos No Sweor Doy, o doy when sfudenrs wore rheff sweors ond fools 17 eosy. Ln ' ' QW W, , ' mx ,www , f Q, f J A M ,W '4, ' My , 11,324 'U 1 Z K, 'J' Wf Dance Apples Precious And Few' Theme 'Precious and Few' was played as send and Ron Snimpa, and sophoe Homecoming Queen Lisa Pluro and mores Kim Mernarn and Wade King Brenr Gauger danced afrer oee Boecls, rnen joined in for rne resr of ing crowned by lasr years Queen rhe dance. and King Jody Gurley and Jamie 5rra- melf, "Roundrree" played in rne gold and burgundy gym as 500 people offend- Tne arrendanrs, seniors Sracy Bendel ed, and Milfe Murray, juniors Una Towne Queen and King Lisa Plura and Brenr Gauger 5enior Arrendonrsf Srocy BendeL Mike Murray Ll!! Junior Arrendonrs: Uno Townsend Ron Shfmpo Sophomore Arrendonrsf Wade Doe-df, Kirrf Mernorn Fall Play Dfrecred By 5rudenr Teacher Thornron Mlders four acr play "The Marchrnal4er" was rhe fall play. lr was dlrecred by Ms. Sharon Carrer and srudenr reacher Diane Peer. Casr Horace Vandergelder Rao Fa vera Ambrose Kemper Joe Nernrners Jae Sealon Cal Srnfrh Gerrude Klrn Hsher Cornelius Haclsl Brad Harch Ermengarde Srephanle Sanrlsevan Malachl Sracls Perry England Dolly Ley! Holly Ruppel Barnaby Tucker Brerr Schuoerr lrene Molloy lennlfer Slyers Mlnnle Fay Sheri Freeze Caoman Erlc Srolre Rudolf Chris Cooper Augusra Susan Pearce Gypfy Carmen Burgess Mlss Flora Van Husen Missy Daugherry Caals Julie Pererson af . 3 + L l. T RX C V- ,-.W f 55115, A ,, se i' EL M- is T, o, r H shc.. H W rs ..- LA W S iii:-fig, l-lallaween Sers New Image Far Srudenrs. Decararlans Hlling rhe halls added ro Halloween Casrufnes. Seen walking in rhe halb were crearures, clowns, and Darrh Vader. in ...nd ,,,....W,,...,,..,ig ,,,,, ff WM The junior year was a rrme af new and enlarged freedom All af rne Class members were af drlylng age and, because af fhls, nad more lndependence and respanslf blllry. 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VQTGHQV CZGGYS t h ,C79f7ff?'7 46 . 5x'U1!2 Dave Dean Oark a Clark .W egg, .M tx Y gslowofd L Qqrlg ,gf an .15 W, 3 I wx 1' V F 'k A in 'Rv- af ' X W H9175 5CQfff . 4 Jheregq , Q 9'SQ, ,, QL Q gQ f'?f?f'Qf? Cief'??f15 , g 0fnffe12vb?svfe? V 020559 Qllqffgi' ggi Ki 1 if iihffs f , 4 gffwfsff ,, ,iufs , 4 Q CWOW V Hisfoffwef 4 ff Richard ff- YL me -S.Jefnr1ifEf 1 Ccvughllh WCQX L 1 , Crfsf, , m. ,Q ,, if fi 14ey1n Hgzzyf 7 3516611116 ' Karen 7 'fm f ifhfkmb , Cfffei A Cfos Cru!! C,.U,Che, DOWDVSO 7 M L'DOT?fGf' M fwmvf'-W N ,Q QAf'57f2Q fil- k.'4 QQ'??If7E fw ' , , f 352- 'SE' gQ1??f7f6? + if f DWf?'f52 I Q. R. 'IBF' 2 I JA" , A W ' J ' M 1 . V 1 . 455' 52 E , 'J gt .zzz if' ' J E if xx if Mx 1 4,,L f 3, 5gg,,:.sg ,,.Q gglgw " .'14, f ,ga I I ,,,'L' 4 f , A , L 5 ., , , , , f , , , , W? " , ' I , ' gzi A QQ6 :L mmm gwzfff Z umm. zsgsgsf What do you feel is the worst feature of this school? The vvorst feature is that the halk are too crowded and there are too many stairs. Isabel Gutierrez l think that teachers get too upset when you have to get out of class for extra-curricular activities. Rob Favero l feel that the attendance policy isn 't fair bcause there are some people who may need more absences than others, and these people should be allowed them without losing credt for that class. Kevin Rudeen The parking lot situation needs to be improved. Brad Mutchler The worst thing about this school is that some teachers have their own attendance policies and they aren 't fair to those who have to get out of class early or miss their class because of another activity. Jennifer Crist As far as l am concerned the vvorst feature of this school is the scheduling procedures because some students are unable to get the classes they need because they may be one of the last to register, Grant DeBruin Absolutely the vvorsr feature of this school is the lunch hour schedule, its too short. Tina Stille l think the worst thing about this school is the parking lot situation. ,iwwgwgg 1 , it 'i"W:,vi,u ' ,U .A , W We i vii 'Sf E' J vi 'U L' i, f. il 3 ,Z , a gilt' W .. J ., W- it ' vw: . MP X, ,,, V . TW-sl , : finwwibtiw'-ff' 2' ' 1 W twll' f 5 N M Y V WMU: T A T T T Ll w.m,. ci ,ii 1 ,. ve 11.-fr W i i L X A, H ,N .Mo . New 5 'w wf A ' v M l Q 8 c. c c HH-' Q- Corey Hesser 'g 5 g i i Ebbggu, ,v ,--' , ba, ,g ,ff it zz lwlfuu, J 32" . 1 ' , R53 1 X ' ,ga S. QW ,,, H Tx 4 ,,V:? I T c .Z ,M ' M 3, K c s in Nu 4 Hsfevefi' . +A Efiisons sf yilfrrigbsh ii, ' ,-WH 5 K fr-o f 5 M J X T Lf c T 4 f eifificifsm- iiis sfsofnosos Q ts john Cari John Robert F0900 Fgggfgtone FOl'lGy Fa VGTO ,Z t Becky ' Scott V F Qhr Feland sffx x 5 4 l Dvvidk if ffifton T, T Fke 9' ' l ' iishourn ' g g -1 Il' V H t Shannon ' Todd L Fenfer Fefflli ' :sg sn fl' .J A 1 ft' 'wc T A 'fm X xx llstrnbetlyl W Hsher , ,Qh F li . Susan Fohrd Angela I-'ranzese :YL Richard John Wncent 4 game Ffansesearrf Fransesearrt ' gpg? , , ' ' ,sw Ve, 1 . ' 'f' if fi ' W T T' e ff hw sf. f , 1 A ' David Stephen 5CQff Fredeficks p,ed9,7d,5 K Frederzd-:sen What would you like to see changed the most be- fore you graduate next year? I would like to see Student Council granted the responslbllty and power to make more important decisions. . , Richard Trarase wrcz The school attendance polcy needs to become more strict, Regina M. Russell l would like to see less hostility among jocks" and "freaks, " Joenine Stubbs l think that we should get tid of the smoking areas all together, Jenny .Shannon What! would like to see changed the most is an increase in the num- ber of reaufred classes, and the student council should be expand- ed Shannon McDermott We need to cut down the num- ber of language arts classes which are required and more measures are needed to try and new mint! mize vandahsm on the school rounds. Q Patrick Zamora The student body and Student Council both need to become more involved in school assemf blies, and the cheerleaders shouldn 't have total control of mem' Valerie Rucker l would like to see the parking lot regulated more tn the year to come. Stacy Hendershott The attendance policy needs to be changed so that not just any- one can call tn and excuse some- one. Kelly Vance 'Q Jolene Sheff F reeb y Freeze fs, ., 9 V 1 'Wg M 'J N Z ,A -KKIK f w, 1, 3 Gregory , 4 Mindy JQHYWW :Q Ff'5Ude"'f?Q! , 5'O5f. wi ,, F'4'f"?f wig E S Garcia Icaefcfa ITN Laura L -Chnlirophefrl - ,Phil Gofcio . Gorgoc H h Gomfjorr i 54.1519 Gorrdmone A shefzey 5-Gghfiffl 'F' Q . get 133 ' g Gf-?0C9fG , 5 Chrisfina Gommone ai 5 - E , l., - f Dowd L' ' Gowfos ' f 1,--ur X 2.x as :5g. W1 .,-- 4 355. Ma' Q Q, E xi if F xx H , ' i f' ,Anne . V 6152391 J f 5 Y Mfchede Scorr Gordon Gorman , 'rj V - , ' ' :" - , 4, ,M .cj u , I J' ' 1 Q NX 5 Y xx EY' Donald Hflory Green Green .Q ff' d if J., Robert Volerie Grenfell Greng Q, C 2 Z if r' -2155 -4 Terry Giyoch -K ax . I I ' ar V, f :- 2:5 E Chod Goobhez 5' ,rf Chrmfn Gorfscholif 10' ,45- Terry Giulliofv J - 'Sf .X i . . H, 3 C ome Gomer 3. 3 Pefer Graff . go, 5 3 .5 aL 15 ' A Korlo Goddard rr ,, S f 1' . iz r xx Rooerr Gonzofez .R 32: ff fd., i Pen-sr Graham NAM F9erry . Karhleen Haclsweli Halloraru James 1 Sharon s Hansen L Harbison Lfesa s . Sreven, Ham Ham' Parry Haflaran E5zabe-fh . Ham Wfended h Hassel! L K 2 2 , Q fi. J' X YE , Drenf ' Griebling A I Charlene Gunnzhg Dfanna Hamm f Pauline Dana 7 ,Gfgopa Guerra, s :Aff fag. 1 Isabei Mark Gurrerrez Habegger 1-rw is f'E ' ., Douglas Fm Hanes Hanley X 3 X I ,. r' Brad Perry I-larch Henman X x'?g1 I E EF' G 1 1 Sfacy . 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Leslie Miller L? ,fix sl ' . 1, K EF' :A 3 f W LRGUGU l Bifmzd Bryon l Jolene - l 'MIFEF l Mileri i Lynnda 'Brody Miilerl l l Mills ,D V. 'YE x y 3 ' Q mf! i Q. 1 ax, , c 'i ' ,h N, Q N ' What are you looking for- of f l , 43 l i J is my word ro os a senior next or so K i 1 ggs , X? i year' K1 TCW779 Dorf in school ocriwies ond ff if " ' Bill' - i s 'Mezzrcs 2 ,iiW6'nC?Y hovmg O fur, Senfoy year. Q i Miranda . 2 ?Mifchell i. - 1 i Mlrcheli L g c ,Migchellg g Kara Moyle Groduofionl Sherry Olin Gerfing fhrough vvifh oll of my ref quired classes. Rene Gilchrist l om ioaifing forword fO Hnishing my fhree yeors of high school ond going on ro college. Mike Hodge i fl 'f is is i 1 - A is 2. A. A A is lom looking forword io nexr yeor ro f fDf9f7C5Q fs he c,W0F?f?9g, .c c M fMQff0. L , V. heb prepore me for my life oheod. A my ,. i- LVMQQQQQ ,. , MQQTOY? T Q Q U so Joy Kidwell K r' NH- Hnolly ending fhe losr of my high , 5, - school coreer ond gerfing reody for my life oheod. Kim Johnson l om looking forword ro hnolly grodoe oring from high school, K . Kelly DeWitt " , , li Vgg y K "i Q 45 , ,gd ' , M 1 Being eighreen ond gefring our of . g 'L A high school so l con go on ro college. L , i , g i l g g g g Kelly Vance i .. c Cfflflfh c . P50 , gl K ffm l Kam Preporing myself for college so rhoi l M0"99n L Morgan Mow l K MOVIE con oerrer my educorion ond moke o i good life for myself Edie Adam I om looking forword ro frying some U 'ff- rhing new, 'fx Bryan Miller .. 'W . X ii is me i ' is dared is i miie i me 3 , c. Muiifin i V 'K Murchier i s i Node-our ' Nodeou K ii L e - - '- K Ahdfee' i Jam is lGfGVC?'79fi is 2 'Keirh Q K i K Joe - Jim my N055 A K News-Eel K ' Nelson i Nelson i i Nemmers 1 Neslczdek Karen Neuschwanger . iff", 'S ,, 5 4' 'Sql' xc sw f '- X12 J! ' lCaflal t Nielsen oh e Hof. Hong 'Mary Nguyen Nguyen - Mchoias t tg ,, 1- .,,,,, L n il if if mi Ne ' we , - 4 I Waiter ' if i 3 Laura' f l V Hifi: W ' UM?gS5t it ' L' ig Nollenbergei l Norrsi g 4 Peter . M Q Brien , 3 . E g Q a Ka y k Ophus " ' 1 , . . Annes 3 r l .Sherry - f if Dante-lg g V ,QQQL V . ,Olin f V Qkang :Q ig 2 A wifi M ' Francine V l Roe V V V Q 4 V 590770 H in l Off l Oftfvez h Orton g What do you believe is the most important aspect of your high school career? Having enough academic credits to graduate, Lance Spaur To preapre for life when lmake it out an my ovvn. JoNell Blain To try to become prepared, men- tally, for college and have fun da- ing it. Kristina Ek To prepare myself for college and have a good time doing tt. Mike Pearson My ability to participate in so many outstanding programs at this high school, Shane LoSasso Getting to know so many interest' ing people. Rob Fa veto To be trained in many different areas. l wish to obtain as much education as possible in high school so that l will have a better outlook and start on my career. This high school has a lot to offer and l feel that it is here for me to use. Noelle Pascal To get the most education l can in order to fulfil my career goals Becky Fehr 'Mk ,f 1 Rose' - 'Thomas' H H , Mike ' ' 1 Jan ' 'Suzanne ' i' Cheryl' 'V ' 1 lOsckeir r i Oweni iOwens' ' i ' lP0d0'0f?f'f l 'PUUUOC3 " L ll podfwakk' lk 'J '54 52" P 5 Q x 3 may A' -He. miphiifp 1 4, xi M Noeke h h h Thefesc? h W e ide L ' ' l e Gregg K Pogeb' L A I Persongf ' Pore! A ' Posicbnek ' 'V -'kPCIZSSO1'0CQUU" L f' Porter: 1 mgfsf iV I :it fusen W h Mike H Pearce L Pecifson Pedrozo E Q -, ' tb gl Andrew m Mzsry Pom Pererie Phibps e L Mechowslsi 1? -V ' 'ff Sr .4 ,Q , 4' y ,, I 5 :Ui ,E " ,W,. 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Sololsrs for Chonrelfes were Trocy Eck- dohl, Julie Guesr, ond Judy Trever, Chorole, Debbie Turner, Chorolfers, Joy Brewer, Cherfe Corner, Brion Donelson, Scorr Gormon, Shone Lo- Sosso, Chris Morrin, Berh McCormick, Paul Rasmussen, Morlf Romsey, Chor- leno 5mfrh, Greg Tooley, ond Jono Mfr. I c , .. ,Qf 1. , , ' , G . Q, f - , ' " of qs.-f a .if ,, ,,,-f! ff sf.,-, ' ' ' v, f , ,gf ,gi , , our M an .A5,., f :J m' ,f S- W ,yrdgll 1 'fbi Q , ,W if iff f , ,Sas ,, ' ' lll l , s 7 . fi , 45 s ,, .s Vwefsx -f'fVV:' p,fffrf-s o .. ,f,- 1 1 , ,A i Q M1 ., ,. , , M4 1: :rw ' 3:41:19 ' 'L I ,nw I 1 Q25 5' J . ,f f As-- zo' Sunshine Conrlnues When Mnrer Begins Mnrer wosn 'r guffe whof people exe pecred becouse llffle snow fell ln Colorodo. Mon y sfudenrs fools odvone roge of rhe good weofher ond spenf more of rhelr free flme ourslde. Srudenrs cleoned up rhe smolfmg oreo by repolnrlng rhe robles ond plclflng up frosh, Orhers held rhelr con versorlon ond lunch hours OUfSldG, rorher fhon behind fhe school wolls. '4 '77s A Seoson To Be Thoughrful Redskins As rhe doys gor closer ro Chrfsrrnos srudenrs become onxfous ro ger our for vocorion, however rhey sri!! showed rhe splrfr of Chrfsrrnos by giv- ing ro orhers. For fnsronce, Srudenr Council hod o Chrfsrrnos porry for rhe kids of foculry members. Chris Morrfn ployed Sonro, ond Megon Morx, Srocy BendeL ond Joon Glover, were elves, The guesfs hod o good rime decororlng rhe Chrlsrrnos free ond ploying gomes. Srudenrs olso donored conned goods ro rhe Jeffco Acrfon Cenrer for rhe needy fornflies in rhe oreo. Regisrrarion Means Changes Boredom Regisrrarion can sornerimes be a grear disappoinrmenr for rhose who don'r ger rhe classes rhey wanred. lr means srandng in ine, sornerirnes changing courses, gerring signarures, frying ro ger info classes wirh friends, spending rhe day ar school insread of rhe free rirne ourside, and picking up a class in order ro graduare. The seniors gor ro regisrer Hrsr, rhen rhe juniors, and hnally rhe sopho- mares. The day was sriil nor auire over. Some srudenrs had fO come back and pick up an exrra ciass or change rhe schedule. 'Tones' Turn Tunes On Ar Morp Dance Morp KProm spelled backwards? was held ro raise money for Prom ex- penses. Abour 100 people danced ro rhe records provided by 'The Tones. ' ln addirion ro rhe name of rhe dance being spelled backwards, rhe girls in- vired rhe boys, paid for rhe admission, dinner, and even for rhe rransporra- rion. The dance roolf place in rhe cafereria which was decorared wirh roller ris- sue as srreamers and newspapers were used for rableclorhs. KNXX XX XXX .easy fi, Vol-A-Groms Given On Volenrines Doy "Heorrs ond Howers" expressed rhe feelings of srudenrs on Volenrines Doy. The neorrs were in ine form of Volen- rines cosring from 5 ro 35 cenrs. The flowers were ren dozen roses. Heoded by Senior members of Sruf denr Council, eorned 520 selling Vol- ogroms ond 540 sellng roses. Prohrs wenr ro rhe Council occounr. lnherir The Mnd' ls Mnrer Producrion "lnherir The Mndn wrirren by Jer- ome Lawrence and Robe-rr E, Lee was performed in mid-February in rhe iirrie rhearre. The play dealr wirh o rrial of a reach- er who raughr Darwins rheory of evolurion. The casr srarrlng as fhe prosecuring and defensive lawyers were Rob Favero- Marrhew Harrison Brady Scorr McKinsrry- Henry Drummond The mcyor characrers were: Brian Donelson- Berrram Gares Leah E verrs- E. K, Hornbeclf I-Hiary Green- Rachei Brown Holly Ruppel- Mrs. Brady Cai Smirh- Rev. Jeremiah Brown The minor characrers were: Granr DeDruin- Meelfer Missy Dougherry- Dawn Y Esrerbrooix Julie Pererson- Mrs Krebs Eric Srolre- Mayer Krebs Brerr Schuberr- Howard The play also included Barb Brown- Mrs. Bannisrer Carmen Burgess- Wah Rick lzlder- PhorographerfReporrer Perry England- Tom Davenporr Kim Funls- Jesse Dunlap Corey Hesser- Mr. Goodfellow David McKendry- Judge Kay Ophus- Mrs. Loomis John Sprenger- Hor Dog Manfworifmanfjuror 4 Mischelle Thomas- Mrs. McClain Beclfi Zqicelf- Melinda The mrecrors of rhe play were Ms. 5haron Carrer and Sue Jensen. L L ? , ,,,. K e Ourdoor Lao Earns Credr For Srudenrs Juniors and seniors parriapared as high school counselors ar ourdoor lab- orarory educarlon school. Since 1979 high school leaders have been able ro gain a auarrer credir for heknfng rhe srxrh graders learn abour rheir en- vironmenr. This credir, however, ILS nor easily earned. 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Srudenrs were aole ro choose rheir classes ro suir rheir needs, wherher rhey were pre- paring for college or vocarional rraining or even if rhey weren'f sure. " 4 Srudenrs Ger Credr For Hoving A Joo The business deporrmenf offered such closses os fyping, shorrhond oc- counring, ofhce mochines, ofhce oc- cuporions, ond disrriburive educofion. Disfriburive educorion foughf sfudenfs ooouf soiesrnonship, merchondising, odverrising, ond ofher business reior- ed suqecrs. Two credfs could be eorned in disrriburive educorion, one closs credii ond one joo credf in or- der for seniors ro hove rhis cioss rhey were required fO hold o joo oii yeor long. 1.0249 Yi., . .4 v .4,V,,. i ik wi ff Qu X4 ,M J fc I ,K 'Sv A 1 uv 4 1 ' xi l .A X 'N f, if 'i W-K., 1 a I E N ,f Safe Driving Taughr ln Dhver Educarion Driver educarion roughr srudenrs rhe basic slfills of safe and inrellgenr driv- ing. The class cansisred of four phases. They were classroom insrrucrion, sim- ulared driving, pracrice driving, ond acrual on-rhe-srreer driving. Ar rhe end of rhe quarrer, srudenrs vvho had complered rhe course wirh eirher on "A " or "B" grade received a good srudenr driving card Whirh enrirled rhem ro o discaunr on rheir auromobile insurance. 'f i .K A. NAV f N T 8 mn. U, fu 2 nys, ik Q Srudenrs Receive Half Credr For Teaching Srudenr reaching offered srudenrs on opporruniry ro explore rhe profession of reaching by on-rhejob rraining. The srudenrs did rheir reaching or one of rhe area junior high schools or ele- menrary schoob. Srudenrs assisred reachers in grading papers, doing clerical worlf, and working wirh rhe individual srudenrs. .Srudenrs who were involved in srudenr reaching re- ceived ane-half credir per semesrer. ,,.g,1fs ,es ww X ccci ciic QW. T , '97 V- H :Q '31 ' w , ,w ,. - I - , .iE5if1n'lE:ggg, ,K r KQV " A I 5 4. f' , - . ., , ..., X .... , , H L, .,,,.. V , , K Y as 3, ., --1112 mm? 'EW H V T - . T ' V JS- ss X T c wiser iffy, 'Y' -ur ml f - ,. iifwivfi r f, ia: ' ' ":'.f4' V ' C-, i."'W f'F:?i" . 22,4 1:3 fg, 4 c it ' -r 34,21 ' , , V fw i i as 'U Srudenrs Assisring Facuiry For Creoir Srudenrs assisred reachers and differenr ofhces. Their responsibiliries included Ning, answering phones, delivering messages and passes, heping wirh newslerrers and srufhng reachers' mailboxes. Srudenrs who assisred in ofhces received V2 credir per semesrer and rhose who assisred reachers received W credir per semesrer. One srudenrs' comme-nr was "lik an eryoyable class and a good experience, " Foreign Language Srudenrs Have Fun Srudenrs of rhe foreign language classes nor only learned abour rhe languages, our also abour rhe culrure of foreign counrries, Acriviries included bake sales, selling advenr calendars, dning ar resrauranrs wirh foreign menus, learning songs and dances and cooking aurhenric foods. One foreign language srudenr suggesfed "Taking a foreign language class is a grear idea, because nor only are you learning our having fun ar rhe some rime. " Emma Srudenrs Are Toughr llvough snminnong Srudenrs in home economics closses for rhe hrsr rirne hod o moclw wedding ceremony wirh o receprion following rhe ceremonies. Two couples were chosen os brides ond groorns, Corinne Clegg ond Dovid Guido ond Kimber Wellens ond Greg Renzelrnon. The wedding fools ploce ro heb srudenrs in undersronding rhe process of orgonizing o wedding. Home economics srudenrs leorned obour Hrsr-old rechnioues by bondoging ond rreoring imoginory wounds on clossmores. Srudenrs olso cooked ond sewed in home economics closses. mpvv .1 , X Ja-,V , ' X T l X ,Jw f""'W 0 is i V . LY! A- " lwevv YoM4,4n'5hovv Recognizes Senior Srudenrs, were offered creorive chollenges in orr closses lilwe drowing, srudio orr, ceromics, ond fiberjewelry. ln rhese closses, srudenrs were given rhe opporruniry ro disploy rheir orrisric ond imoginorive slfills, Srudenrs opphed rhese techniques leorned in ceromics, drowing, ond jewelry. One such srudenr wos senior Huyen Hguyen, who received o gold rnedol for o prinr he creored ond enrered in rhe Scholosric Arr Aword Progrorn. The exibirion wirh over 250, 000 enrries, wos held in New Yorlf. Mde Variery Of Band Classes Offered Some of rhe insrrumenral music classes offered rhis year were Orches- rra, Sophomore Band, Symphonic Band and Music Theory, The March' ing Band performed .,, noi ne games ro show supporr. Music Theory, an in- deprh explorarion class, included learning nares and lyrics ro songs and where rhe songs originared from. ln rhe insrrumenral music classes, rime was spenr rehearsing numbers for performances. ln addiiion ro class rime, rhe marching band also re- hearsed before school. Q 5,1 .fm f Q ,C 3 , A I , .c.. V , Q-Q 0 I KVK: NS, x F, gay. A A '-if-44 R .Q A - tr -i . r' K ,kg T ..,k fi A YET? ' i s 'J-xox A T ' ' qv-'K '-I W' S ' J t k, 1k 1 - Qlu, T a s Over 400 Srudenrs Parficpare ln Choir The over 400 vocal music srudenrs were placed in choirs by audirions lasr springs The vocal groups ranged from large ones such as Chorale, Fesrival and Concerr Choir ro smaller show choirs including Modernaires, Chorae liers and Chanrelles, The choirs were direcred by Mr. Tom McCormick and Ms. Debbie Mlleford. Joinrly, rhey die recred Concerr Choir, Chorale and Fesrival Chorus. Separarely, Mr. McCormick handled Modernaires while Ms, Mlleford worlsed wirh Chanrelles and Choraliers, rf x N ff' l K ,f T 9 K f , , T T A,,AAnA T ', - f 7 ' ' c fs 5 T l. Phys. Ed Closses Add lndoor Soccer The physicol educorlon deporrrnenr hod rwo oddfrfons mode ro fr. Along wirh ooslferboll, volleyboll ond WGlQhfHfflT7g, indoor soccer ond frls- bee were populor oddfrfons. When rhe weorher permlrred, srudenrs por- riclpored in ourdoor sporrs such os run- ning ond sofrboll, Two feochers Ms. Joyce Dovfsson ond Mr. Bob Mefsner heoded rhe physicol educorfon de- porrmenr, The weighrlifrfng closses were fnsrrucred by Mr. Jim Brofren. Library Open For Use Of All Srudenrs The library is an informarion cenrer open for rhe use of any srudenr. The library, headed by Ms. Mary Mlliarns, was sroclsed wirh boolss, magazines, and resource rnareriab which sruf denrs were able ro checls our for a period of rwo weelfs wirh rheir srue denr l,D, card. ln addirian, ir is ako equipped wirh an audo-visual deparrf rnenr which Ms. Georgenne romine son direcred. The library was also a place where srudenrs could go ra worls on assignmenrs, srudy, or jusr read. Readng Specialzed For Srudenrs Needs Reading classes were offered ro rneer rhe needs of srudenrs ar borh ends of rhe specrrum, Srudenrs were placed in one of rhree differenr read! ing classes by a reading specialisr. Reading lab was offered primarily for rhose srudenrs who score rwo or more levels below rheir grade level on counry resrs. Advanced reading slfills and independenrsrudy, in which srudenrs were given a ser number of pages ro read were obo available. ' Wiiiwfffwx -' . Trade Skills Taughr B y lndusrrial Arrs Through indusrrial arrs classes, sru' denrs were able ro experience rhe rype of worls whi'ch would be inf volved in various rrades. This was ac- complished by rhe use of foals, mae chines, and rechniaues of rhe rrade. Afrer complering classes wirhin rhe inf dusrrial arrs deparrmenr, a srudenr was ready ro complere his or her rraining, eirher on rhe job or ar a vocarlonal school. Courses were of fered in six areas, auro mechanics, drafting, elecrronlcs, meralworlfing, phorography, and woodworking. X lif t, Srudenrs Expenence Trades Ar Warren The Warren Occuparional-Technical Cenrer, an exrended high school of- fered classes in various rrades. The courses, ranging from auro mechan- ics ro cosmeralogy, are designed ro allow srudenrs ro prepare rhemselves ro go info a rrade. The mcyoriry of srudenrs spend half a day ar Warren Cenrer and half a day arrendng aca- demic classes ar AHS, There were 27 programs offered ar rhe Warren Cen- rer, including 19 ar CCD Red Roclfs Campus. Srudenrs of rhe Warren Cen- fer eryoy grear success in job place- menr. if V w Gossroom -gig? 7 !.'f ,1- 'J 'Lf 6 'Mfg 4 , ja 5' if ff' 2 ""' If y, ,W 1, Wm, , A s 1 . Yrllx XX g W if 3 W I h, an Acriviries . X . -----.-......,i,,,i A. i 2 S' ' 4 9 V1 M 's Q0 : 4...........-f mba I 1 Srudenrs Reauired To Take Marh Goss Twelve courses were offered by fhe rnarh deparrmenr. Same of fhe classes offered were easy calculus, applied rnarh, and rnarh of finance. Advanced srudenrs were offered cornpurer, honors geomerry, and cal culus, All srudenrs were reauired ro false ar leasr one year of marh. 5ru- denrs who will go on ro college are reauired ro raise ar leasf fwo years of rnarh. f I rryf leiy s sf f" 214f r ifr r 'Ns 5 A r.are, ' 'fkgl ' Ni i ,., Science Expennvenrs Chalenge Srudenrs All srudenrs were reauired ro false one year of science, Some of rhe science courses offered were biology l and ll chemisrry, uniHed science, and physics, A few choices offered ro advanced srudenrs were honors oiale ogy and honors physics Aka a ren day Held biology was offered during rhe summer. 5rudenrs received one credir for rhis class. ". ., Englsh Deparrmenr Offers Mde Range Due ra rhe facr rhar all srudenrs were required ro false fhree full years of Enghsh, rhis deparrmenr offered rhe largesr variery of classes, The required unirs included oral communicarion, language srudy, lirerarure, and com- posirion. For rheir rhird year of English, seniors were offered such classes as yearbools, newspaper, rhearre, and CCB. l-lsrory lncludes lnreresring Hecri yes The social srudies deparrfnenr offered 28 classes. All srudenrs were required ro fOlY9 one year of American hisrary and one year of world hisrary. Orher reauirernenrs were one auarrer unir of basic economics and one auarrer unir of srare and local governmenr. Some social srudes elecriyes included human sexualiry and behavioral sci- ,yixg 'g',l.. GHCG. Class Offered For Gifred And Talenred Srudenrs for rhe gifred and falenred program were nominared by srudenrs and faculry. Approximarely oO srudenrs were naminared for rhe 1980-81 school year. Our of rhese 60 srudenrs, 17 were accepred inro rhe class. 5rudenrs we-nr rhrough individual inrerviews and a resr ro derermine rheir level of inrelligence, The class in irs second year of exisrence, allows srudenrs ro pursue rhelr own Helds of inreresr rhrough prqecrs, Some prqecrs were building a medevil casrle and derermining how ro hle a law suir againsr someone. . il. , 2 Q ,.,.....--1 2 L, F 1 .,,. I ""': . V .Z MMM., ,s,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,, ,V . 1 , , z I . - ,M 1: A W V1 Special Gasses Assisr Srudenrs Four classes were offered ro srudenrs who needed special arrenrion in cerrain areas. PC lab is designed ro heb srudenrs wirh perceprual or comprehension slsills. The SLIC program has special emphasis on academic learning in marhemarics, English, yocarional educarion and social srudes. The .SIEBD program was origenared for rhose who cannof benehr from regular classes, and rherefore, are raughr according ro incfvidual academic needs, The TESOL program is mainly far foreign srudenrs, They are raughr English and American culrure, ' .af -1. FACULTY M. "' L l J A 5 1 V x A A Q ' N.,. I3 2 we H H as 5 git' QEWN Wagga. a,Ab5 mfvM55,55Qw7 .vifzvf ,g?5'g533'i2wwg5gj.'Q.1X?f'? ' Wiiiinfww AQLQAESLES jaw' fJr:1M.Wfs was , ,.mSQ5Qm 2255525953 M ?izi::i1m?ifg Eaur rheikg Yfourvi ye'ar V i2Vorl'ffk1g ro '5""f?f?YG SYQQT fhGfgQUdQQ5i00UEfL J Udag25fUde5f sefQ gf-4m,m1-Wi, ,fggwqgg-Agf-,mzmwlggi,.:::,w.My 114113: wUGi :"1wii:'i2M:-f-QTEHZZZN h'LMf- eQf5Sif'MfM UV ffzifzzilfwziifxi 3222329 if S wg-gzgi 2535 f- f! 5 www f. - www: S., ,WW nm ' i gi ""' 1 . 7 L if 2 7 A1,f, 3 3 5 ? gg , E 4 ii i K - - f - . Jllwp' A .gilifxiag swzfwiggiy f11?Ti:EiiE2i'f M'f'?Q'?f Y .AQ X if f Q . Ag -his AKA k A JohnAddfsQn if Counselors in fs gf Ei? Y' f ali Bvefrer ' ' + The 5,12 fn 5 finding an fqch fOUf'59"'?" secnon of qccordng 'O fb? M il A M q,Q M V 'P Ms. Pofrfcio deparrmenr chairman and oLsQfQu15ed fareign srudenrsf Mn Ihofeson he4oed wirh special os scholar- shgos and oworciii f'f,fU'l W g Robefr 4 V' A zkzzwawfwggyzgga zz? ggyy,g1.gf5,3 U Yw7i'i'Lwwf:1:Aliiwfwilwswmmb i Secreraries l M I B H HI IP: A emu M he Eileen pE?f6'!S0f'I!igi5?V'h M Seored' Nancy Gurleys Srondhgf Andrea Bake-l, Peggy Karraker, and Jamie Chilcore, Borrom Row: M. Mfrchell P. Plakarous, M, Kirk, L, Sonromo, J. Clceys, and F Howland Top Row: N Sanfoma, M, Gardner V Harrr, K. Bowser and 1 Jacobs 170 mn., W Two New Members Assfsr SGCFGTGHGS The secrerarial SfOf? was jofrved by rwo new members, Mrs. peggy Kar- roker and Mrs. Jamie Chzlcore. Mrs. Korrolfer worked lr: rhe srudenr services omce for the osszsranf pand- pols and rhe acrivifies cfrecror while Mrs, Chflcore helaed Mrs, Andrea Ba' Hel with daro processmg and sfudenr enrollmenr. Ac frm Nancy Gurley sfudenr M iffecords as well as wcirlsikig as the sb: counselors' secretary. in rhe morn of' lice Mrs, Eleen perersorz ordered sup- plies from rhe warehouse, while Mrs. I-'umi Orsuki fools care of school Hnances. Mrs. Berry Wzillanvs, rhe prin- cipals secferary, reported rhe payroll for rhe faculry Jh OdG5fR?f?L ro serwng as secrefary, M Vl c The deparrmenr lajressfsranfs aided the foculry members rr fhek respec- tive deporrmenrs. 43" - 5.143 A 5 1 z,,,-.Q Q 14 , ee 1 an e A e ,ai li W if 3 T T i Teochers Tell Trurlz Dmeless Toll Toles Welcome TO foculry fonrosy. Each of rhe members of the foculry hos gro, ciously conrrzbufed nfs IUGGS for rhls srory. ln response ro rhe quesnon, Ulf you were nor reaching, whof would you Hlfe TO be do1ng?", fhe scenes HT rogerher for rhfs unique mp. The mood LS ser vvlrh o loolf or some fe-ache-rs, brave enough foo dsploy rhelr younger days of high school or college. Turn ro page 183 ro see who :S who, , l is '-rr" A A aw 5 L ffm. 1 I 1 mi Sandy Afreberry - MariIyr1hBa!Q'anec . Zkzssefr h h BW Beaver Language A175 Morhemarics Mofhemarics Soda! 5fUdlP5 N ' 1 a ,: W a ' ' , W5'5fs?7 , 3. 1 +1-F , f a 3, ' Hb " f '37 fi ' N M L V X l ' - A A l 'X F, N1 A Bobbie Belcher Alon Elon!-venshzp im Brorren Jodie Brown Reading Language Affs Physica! Educorian ladusmal Arrs 4 gf W 'Q .. a , 2 iff -4 vl , UQ Doug Coffey Morhemofics, SW .- '3 it sg ,cs A Sharon Correr Ausrfh Chnsrensen Carl Churches Language Arrs Social Srudes Drivers Ed Z- . 'f' fri! f c I X9 it offs? ,rffi , F, fi' . ia . jab 5 S A 4- Q..f.fE' - Q :ev , , -f frgsfpr., ' fi ,, " e A Q Q, f lra if A . 1 1, Q-M, 4 - 1 .- .fq A - sei, 1 A-y. 1' 6. 4 S .F J xv ' we y I S s ff, 1- - 4 L 55' g .4 is f' my S' Yi Sig-Y Q K , -e , ,, Marilyn Class Science '25, lb 1 "Ng, 5 vu ,.,..s"I-. Charlorre Callas Q ncac B Bob Connor , 7 B he Language Arfs Science f-'w-q-- LW' 12 I " 1 "" , 1j i TT , ce. 2 1 ' 1 3 Joe Carre g - E 1 Language Arfs 4 4 I we I lb Twelve Begin Tour The Hve wealrhfesr members of rhe faculry, Blll Beaver, Alon Blan- lfenshp, Elberr Panlfrarz, Shirley Pugh, and Linda Scholes have ac- cepred rhe recommenalarion of several psychologrsrs, Bobbie Belcher, becky Hudson, Torn McCormick, and Cherry Roberrs, ro dsrrlbure rhelr weolrh. Those ro receive rhe money for o rrlo around rhe world on rhelr sprlng vacarion were Sandy Arreberry, Helga Duncan, John Horsr Holly Husred lm O'Donnell Jon Scra- gan, Missy Slvers, Jane Srirr, Mary Ann Trembarh, Ruby Wyorf, and Charleen Yocum. fCanr, on p, 1751 ., ini ' 5Cif?f?C?51 h 5 A i Joyce Dovfifron ' hw K L ki 'JQff5 Deyoe h1 h Phy51tolEduCorion- h ' 1 ?'Qffyl 90005 1 TESOL' , Langqage Aff5 I :aww f4 ,Biff l L Dudey L 'Morhemcricg wJ5'ggd' Q y Q Demig Dunkin Mary E ylor im Foes M Marhemancs 7505101 5rUdfe5 gg IndusfrialArrs Teachers Talse Tnp To Wesrern Srares ' '15- As rhey oegon rheir weelf long vacarion, rhey hrsr sropped off ro visii rhe owner of Vail, Marlf Groe ham. Near Vail, Mary Eylar and Craig xmiifie, rhe archeologisrs, observed fossils in a foresr super- vised by rangers, Marilyn Class and Bill Kirby. Traveling wesr ro Lalse Tahoe, rhey sporred lm Drarren, Debbie Srnirh and Bill Dpfon eryoying var- ious kinds of leisure acriviries along wirh Bob Townsend sirring oy rhe lalse pohshing his ruba. Driving rhrough rhe hor, dry deserr, rhey found Lynn Kessler selling vegera' ales ro oil rigger Jim Mirchell and energy researcher Joe Swover- land, Miles furrher, rhey sropped for rhe nighr or Carl Churches' Dude Ranch. Upon arrival in Calfornia, Universal Srudios braughr some fun. ln Counr Droculas casrle, Joe Carre pur on a performance drecred by Sharon Correr. ln rhe nexr srudio, Ed Tyrrell was heard shouring, "Giddy-up, " in a wesrern hanging scene. Jerry Davis, Rod Sror and Mary Mlliams designed sers for rhe Cconr, on p. 7772 mm- LH S' 5 ll I 4 4 Q , 'ij V , Mono Frazier Social Sruoies Mark Graham Ted Grundmeier Sarah Blair-Hill Homer I-fines Language Ans Social Srucles 514930 UUSITPSSS .pv- xx- C MUSIC John Horsr 2 h m Frm Howard 'Ak Becky ffudsohl i Foreign Language ,Science L . SLIC C gi ' 4 v 'Y' I Y 1 S 3 1 f""+Q1" fs 3 'ia-.,, m--4 sm - -mm Cb - :Id ,W , q Ho1b'yHusreid Qs. ,gl Sheryflones 'Phd Kogfor g PC Language Arfs L ' 5ociol5ruoVes h g ,g J Qygr-.lx H , vx. A . 1f:"3,zx5gQ3i, 'Q 15.31351 QQ jg W - Diane fiesslezf 1 Morhemonts 176 1' I 5 1, , fc X , an 3' QR a -ff vi 9 1 A 3: , 'ai ,tg I L . Wf S, " -, 41 . , , B , lies . Dill 1 mVAV , J ' T Tl ' T Ll Touring Teachers Travel On To Hawaii malsing of a soonfroebe morion picrure. Gus Spano was rhe manue facrurers represenrarive of Helen Tolmans clorhing srore in Beverly Hilb, Doug Coffey and Bob Connor, real esrare agenrs, persuaded Jane Deyoe and l-lillary Nelson, rvvo rich vererinarians, ro buy a beauriful beach house designed by Charlorre Collins. The house overloolsed a volleyball courr where Harold Crimmins, Bill Dud- ley, Bob l-lurrell, and Jim Sullivan eryoyed a leisure game of volley- ball. Dovvn ar rhe beach, a line vvas forming around loan Roberr- sons surfboard renring hui, Rerirf ees Jody Brovvn and Dicls Lighrner vvarched rhe beach acriviries, During rhe flghr ro Havvaii army ofhcer Neil Minden and vvild-eyed- bomb-rhrovving radical, Charles Parera could be seen below. Ar rhe Airporr, Marilyn Balsanec was busy displaying adverrising mareri- al for Unired Airlines. While admir- ing rhe uniquely shaped palm frees, rhey saw a very unusual sighr. CConr, on p. 7799 T ! MQWSQQQE I, Q iifi i iii . T Chuck g g Bob y 5 Tom T Charlie gf?lcDonnell so Aff ciic LOnQUf2Qsf,a4ff5c SQCWSVCTES M1377 rfvgarw-1 tif' . ' in Mix' if R 'ww Bob Memef New Mmm ,ffm Mkicherl Chmeg Neton Physical Educofion Social Srudes Sczerace Arr I M. 6 52. A 'E L I Wory Nebon - Q Scrence ' A PS li-,mg Q- ofik 'R "'N ,N-'G A W i X4 MXL Thomas Mcholls lm O'DonrzeAI Domi? Elf?PkgpG7ffffI?fE 4 Arrendonce Dfrecror lndusmoi Affs Forefgn Lcffguoge 5061291 Srudzes I 1'f.V:ii.s wif ' .I 'Vi ' :III-R li?"'fffS2frQ6'l 'f . f fl .' XX eg 4 I' 'T - 1 fins 'cuff "K las 1 "' X no th 1 vys 'I fi mr -iaffgl ' - In 11: If YQ! i' ' ' ' A "' " ' f f Charles Pafera Sherida Pererson joe POISSOH Cheryl Presron Social Srucbes Language Arrs Social Srudes Foreign Language Shirley Pugh V Bene Pyarr V ,Ron Boy jg K A V LQVQVW RQQQVT5 5, Language Arrs Morhemaacs J Mafhemarics T HOW? ffofmmfg 3 1 Q 5 ff Teachers Sighrsee Along Sourhern Coasr S Slrrfng ln a free in Bob MGISOGTS plcrures of rhe new Mr. Olympian, ! baclsyard was Ted Grundmeler, Tony DuCros. The llmouslne TFODS- ,, Q enrhuslasrlcally srudylng raraoed lades rhrough binoculars. Monrezumas revenge led many P of rhe rravelers ro vfslr Docrors Zeph Wlano and Cond' Walker ln l Mexico, while rhe orhers fell lnro Par Tolsarslsys rourlsr rrap. Ar rhe , Gulf of Mexlco rhey boarded rhe 55. Mlnnow leavlng for rhe Vlrgln Blands. Bob Ludwig mer rhe boar ar rhe docls where he was dlsplaylng samples of sharlss' reerh from hls srore, On rhe nexr docls, Geor- genne Tomlnson was shooflng porred rhe group ro rhe alrporr where Ron Ray, a permanenr rranslenr, explalned how he was in rhe process of moving from Colorado ro rhe Wrgln lslands, The nexr exclrlng srop on rhe rrlp was New Yorls. Several big busl- ness people lncludlng lawyers Aus- rln Chrlsrensen, Phll Kasror, Geor- gelynn Schmldler, Mary Sulhvan, and loan Wofford were found en- joying lunch ar a popular New Yorls resrauranr. For an evening of drama, Broadway srars, CConr. on p 7819 AW Und' L -.x olene Schfraerrz form Scrogan Home E conomics 2 1 Mzssy .Sivers Language Arfs X Deboe Smirh Morhemorfcs v ,. Y' Mike Solorrmsky Science ,T "mgS5,,,,.mf E mmm? if 1 .gg V,t,' is A. gill A ft, 3,441 5 E L E s . wi ,L.1I5wi,N1i5fGE,-i?2m?s: 'S 2 V All it W I 4 me 5,,,, l l Rod Sfof Rob sfufsngs lbw suiivqga f s, is f Morhemarics Social Sfqdiei i sg15Cf9f7Cf5'lii'4 ,mx 1 , , 1 Aliisigx ,. 3, , W Sullivan? ' W Swalyerlandili g BUQQQS5 Ui 4 kglndusrrfai Arrs A L ww we Bill l' 1' "' N "' . 'J . J" M6769 X Teachers Travel Mona Frazier, Sarah Blair-Phil Dorf rie Oehm, Debbie Mlleford and Gail Mlliarns performed a play wrirren by Sheryl Jones. As rhey were leaving rhe play, rhey gor caughr in a rrafht jam The jam was caused by a Ure ar Rob Srufff ings Design Magazine Company. Charles McDonnell and Charles Nel- son, Hremen, were Hrsr on rhe scene. Mrh passporrs in hand, rhe group boarded a plane for an overseas Highr ro Germany. When rhey ar- rived, rhe four guide suggesred rhar rhey visir Burgerrneisrerin Helga Duncan. Srudenrs Judy Wood and Sherida Pererson joined rhe group for Mrs. Duncans four of Berlin. Engineers Frances Howe ard Tom Mfholls, and Ben Pyarr reamed up wirh some of Gerf manys hnesr archirecrs ro design modern afHce buildings. fConr. on p, 183.9 ,r ,:. ' -3.52 ' Ns k x 'xi s. HT ra 5' 'fi if 1 1 M' ht 4, N 4. Par Q2ff05fors!fy Language A115 NX ia.. m fix K M' hw Helenffolmon ' 51 ffGeofgeh5Q'fomknifff ' Busmess 7 'A ' Mec15foK5pedob3f ' Mbsic , , . . fl -f, Q A ,1,," R ' ww f in , f 'wb li J f Mary Ann Tremborh Ed Tyrrell ' ' 'W ' Longuqge- Arrs Longugge Arts muff' feffy UfcOm zephpwfmo PC Reodhg ine- mm- Nw nl, Cond Wafffer Craig wwe Debbie Myeford eau Mllioms 5050255 50001 SFUOVGS Vocal Musk: Foreign Longuoge r End 77ve group found o corzrrosr berween rhe builcfngs rfh Germany and rhezr nexr odvenrure or me oncfenf Ofym- pic srooiumrjnk Greece. Arhleres ,im Corso Jo rcebavsson Dime Ke-Ssier ' 'V V ' 'Q ' and Joe Po3isgf2kYgsompered fn sefkxggfrql f cifferenf evemig Compurer program- mers Harrier P63195 and Don CUFHS Q5- sisred wirh rhe scormg for rhe compe- rifiorr. A jst iw Like OL' QOQGif1f?iGQS O fonroszzedjour- who Fr IO' 1 hey mU5fiI?3f?f5f5?5s?Q5f9GfffY1 The , 4 . f . r ers refdxffir-if2iffi?555iZ.ahx2odo and fpomm R0V?gf?'3 ?,rWWe' Gad Chodoffei r their m' irgg gr, f'C'oMn5. Middfe'fBrGjgV,MOHG Frazier c7r'idf5hEry?'Jor7e5, Top r - 1 7 r m Row Por To1fczrsf454i ?'edGrundmezer6rzdrM15sy Sivers, MOA fr C: 4 6 Mary Mdforni Library !' ! 'Q . A 5 9 - fl ' It 'W J ' T E 3 :TL 1 ' ,NT J L r ff hffvrf f f b ix: . . ' 1, Vi " 4. Q , - A ., X I g G X M ' rjddy Woodfrf Chariene Yocurrr Langfqqgewrrs r r Business r Home Egonomics U Business f' Borrom Rowfii MITfChGIZ M. Alem, L. Edelen, E. Thomas, Second Row: B, Tome, E Neimam, R. Smirhoy, A, Bosick. Coolss, Cusroolans Y me . i i 3 School Moinroilned ' Q y -' f Q,-Q.. f ' ,hw 4 I' 3 - s Lf i By Cooks Janirors - 3 s "'- E The cusrooians and cooks were o E s if sf 0 1 grear asser in he-ping wirh rhe respon- ! sibiliries of rhe school, Mr. Delberr Faidf , ley, head cusradan was assisted by 5 N rhree orher day cusroalons who 5 " X helped him in cleaning rhe halls and doing repairs, 4' Nighr cusroolons included Norman Armstrong, lm Bundy, Marshall Coi- berr, Gff Eden, Wayne Frohm, Bill Harris, Mary Hedden, BID' Kuersferq George Snow, John Sfeclfel Ron Swirh, and Dudley Tompkins, g l l 1 Aho, Ms, Loraine Edelen, head coolg l 5 ,gf5if7jiTQ icil ff gl i 1 was assisred by seven orher cooks 560f6"O':l Headcgusroezlzon D. Faidley, Sranoingf G. Tolve, D, Sfarr, 1 Lucoff. l who f00lf POW' ffl PVQPOWVPQ me U ffl corfe and plore lunches. if 1 is -1 V ii C 'WfVf'4-???ff7" I K 33? F ' , 2 L 'L ,K M22 i A 'J 94 V ' ' ORT , 'L Q, , 1: 5 .,,, we l.L.f:!iW 5 , fsezzlsn,-,wash I 1 -,-, H x 1,A if -K ,N .V 5 ,.11.W . ,.., 2 ., ,,.:L ,V f 1 ff 3 1 , LL.,, Hziili 1 ' 9 , Q 9? . ,b,. lk zf My ' ' , , f t . ,,,A Varsiry Ends Year Mrh Record Of 7-3 The varsiry squad ended rhe season wirh a 7-3 record and fourrh place in Jefferson Counf iy's second division. The ream gor off ro a good srarr wirh Hve srraighr wins followed by losses ro Columbine, Pomona, in dou- ble overrime, and Whear Ridge. They rhen Hnished rhe lasr rwo games of rhe season by bearing Alameda, and Jef- ferson. Of rhe rhree players who re- ceived Hrsr ream All Confer- ence honors senior Dan Miskol, rhe rap running back in rhe srare, was chosen on offense. Two seniors were selecred for defense, Sreve Anderson, rack' le, and Wayne Dorf, corner- badf Chosen for second ream of- fense were Sreve Anderson, offensive rackle, Wayne Barr, wide receiver, Brenr Glann, cenrer and Ken Ricker, place kicker. Brenr Gauger defensive end was selecred for second ream defense. Six players were chosen for honorable menrion, seniors Mike Black, Dave Guida and Greg Renzelman and juniors Eric Johnson, Lawrence Lewis, and Par Whire. Third year Coach, Jim Brarren, was assisr- ed by faculry members Mike Solominski, offensive -line, Joe Poisson and Joe Carre, defen' sive 'line,' and Zeph Wllano, re- ceivers. HOFTPG' Opponenr 8 23 Thornron 19 Green Mounraln O 21 Bear Creelf O 16 Lakewood 12 ' 24 A. Wesr 18 0 Columbine 29 20 Pomona 21CDO D 14 Whear Ridge 34 14 Alameda 12 50 Jefferson 6 Borrom Row. Capr. 5. Anderson, Capr. D. Mis!-:ol and Capr. C Beeler. Row 2.1 Mgr. L. Sreinman, Mgr 5. Minor, 5. Spfrelf, lf McKendry, N Johnsron, I Heggenberger, D. Dewirr, G. Renzelman, XM Borr, K. Riclfer P, Lyons, J Howirr, Mgr. J. Fagan and Mgr. R. Ogg. Row 3: Coach Solomlnslfy, 71 Johnson, 5. Chavez, B. Hodapp, G. Olerslfl K. Ryba, D. Dodson, M. Kfrashfma, K. Sublerr, B. Sublerr, D. Mlkketson, I Clacco, Mgr. J Anderson, Coach Poisson and Coach Drarren. Row 4. Coach Corre, B. Linder 5. Shirley, M. Black, 5. Dewirr, S. Bueghly, B. Sauen P. Whire, D. Burr, J. Hansen and Coach Wllano. Row 5: B. Hamilron, G. Gray, D, Dlnges, lf Johnson, E Lucas, R. Kelly, R. Aarrs, C Barnes and D. Callahan. Row of J. Barnes, B. Glann, K. Carpenter, B. Rogers, E Johnson, L, Lewis, D. Guida and B. Gauger . R. Aarrs TE 5, Anderson T J, Barnes T C Beeler LD M. Black T W Barr WR 5. Bueghly 5 D, Burr NG D. Callahan G C DeMrr QB D, Dinges T B, Gguger B. Glann C - G. Gray LB D. Guida TE B, Hamilron DE 77 Heggenberger 5 B, Hodopp M N. Johnsron G K, Kguffmgn LB W I B,L1r1der NG T, MCKendry WR D. MBROI RB G, Oler5l4f QB G Remzlemerv FB K Rfdser K B Rodgers G K. Ryba DE D. Souer WR 5. Shirley M D. Sublerr WR R, Volkerr 5 R ,, iii ML vii WSE 5 M 5 if 'Q B f' 2131: W' S "' WWW? SW N TL .55 .vxx N? Sfggw V : J w SA a 3' X ,--mg:-ff :sign .. 1 1 251 SSW Y XS 'WK t3 + f' .,--. Q V M i --f..-"1..:Q..'K - ff X' si? 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M95-4f'W fqzww 5""1"1w M42 Maggy, rf -5- X954 "' rv ff' 'wg 1- 'Y"f"'i'm vk3"i2.fiqgn3.Qu,,,d, In Q.. , ., . :R A ' U - s gg Y Uv if f 4 . F g V . ,, . , ,,,, -. .. . - M f s, 4 f . 117 ,. -Q P 5 Q , ' K' 5 ,. U 'S' '- .,"- I A -, . , 1 h,, 1 1?-. ' . f, H ' .. A r:.,..- ...,, v., , ' wff i m ' VY JZ . , . , g4 i, W ,, g,g . ' M +"' ,I M5 'fl ax N 552-g1.,,U A vfw 4,."'. ff'2XAf'L1: " 0741, f ' ' -if 9-H9404 'WFP ,A .rf Q A is Ar Srare Tournamenr The wresrlng ream had a hne sea- son, losing only ro Pomona, and win- ning rhe disrritr meer. The oursrond- ing performers of rhe ream were Russ Rael who finished rhird in srare, while Sreve Anderson and Dan Mlskol finished fifrh. George Gray and Mark Poison ako compered in Srare. The varsiry reom consisred of seniors An- derson, Ken Brandenburg, David Cer- rone, Chris Faughnan, Gray, Wayne, Meineke, Miskol Greg Olerski Rael Jim Richardson, Russ Ward and Paul Warers, juniors im Hanson, Joe Passa- laeque and PoLsonf Sophomores Lee Davis, im Gomzales, and Paul Rock. Team captains were Miskol and Raelo The coodves were Carl Churches and Mike Solominsky. 'l'UQ 35:1 5eniors Dorromliowf U. Miskol K. Brandenburg, D. Cerrone G Olerski W Meineke R Rael Row2 R Ward C Faughnan D Ray P Warers G Gray 1 Ritharokon. Nor Pitrured S. Anderson Borrom Row. F Tron, and M. Pobon. Row 2: R. Boayen, AL Domenico, J Jueschlfe, .L Passolocque, and D. Dodson. Row 3:1 Anderson, J Hansen, L. Lewis, 71 Gesen E Johnson, I Johnson, and L. Srienmon. J- . N. l Borrom Row: P. Ogg, R. Srumbaugh, F Arko, J, Esplnosa, P Sulhvan, and C Salazar. Row 2: G. Flrron, 5. Recob, P Rock, 5 Loafpnf T Sol f J Gonzales, and L. Gunerrez. Row 3: L Krofr, I Lowe, J DeComillls, M. Faughman, B. Curler, .L Bolle, 5. HearrelL G Bradford J Cnldef . Hnncnknr nnrll Dnvic K. Brandenburg G. Gray G. Olerski D. Cerrone W Merheke R. Rael C Foughnan D. MISkOf D. Ray .f 1. I 1 Rldvordson R. Word P. Warers T Copch C Churches Coach M. Solomlhsky .f Yi" X vi, . ist 5, 1 43" 'L Q iz N ,,,- f . - K 1 ,,, ff Q' H me - Q55 . X my. W -i f ' 2 f 1 he . . sm, , ,fgq+1m7-.Lfffq " ' ' 1 Q , xiva. .--,f:'?,'1,, wi - 4 ' ' W , In ., hmm J , N, . ,,.qJ,.r,L,1f,, . H . 1 , , . , - f, K ., . , 1 C N 'A A ,, X 2 I 4' an ' 1 In P pf 8 fx li 'Y ' ' hid 96 Captain Z Z wemlfe Comperes ln Srare The highlighr of rhe golf season was senior caprain Zane Zwemlfes six- reenrh place Nhish in rhe srare meer, He and rhe varsiry ream, senior Chris Wonderly, juniors Don Green and Don Mayo, and sophomore Tracy Richard placed second in League and fourrh in Disrricr. The ream hnished rhird ar rhe Esres Parlf lnvirarional and ar rhe Arvada ln virarional, and Hfrh ar rhe Pinehursr lnvirarional. Zane Zwemlse earned medalisr honors ar rhe Forsr Collins ln virarional and was named ro rhe all conference ream, The junior varsiry members include Sue Allen, Um Berdahl Maris Cade, Eric McVay, Bob Nemerh, Maris Quirls, Bryan Thompson, and Sara Zwemlse. Coach E Tyrrell Zane Z wemlse CCaprainQ Don Mayo Borrom Row T Berdahl, E McVay, C Wonderly, D Maya, R Casraneda, and T Richard Row 2 M Guirls, Z Zwemlse, M Cade, B Nemerh, 5 Allen, 5. Zwemlse, and B Thompson .. Ars: , . Y . N., I .' '. NN. I 45 ' N ' ,. "--- ' " 'g' 1' Wm 31 QP! mm sf. fm, 'Y' if 4, 'S LE, .Q W ""' Vfgwaf E ,W L J ' B. : 'ss- Q1 -www ss- xN ia Wise? QV' ff HQMWSW5 -dl' 1 np.. ummuu R 'fi nf: W ,. 1- , AL X HL N . ,,., xx All st ixfxgeki L V 12- 1 is N gk? 11-I 5 il-I FT , it A L ,L S .:,L LV ww! -1,...Q . . Ag? J J if X ' 4 gy.-rf X - H 'E 'Q is ' ' I r fm i I ' -v""""""' 'stu Runners Take Third ln Jeffco Comperirion Afrer a slow srarf, rhe Cross-Counrry ream had a Hne season, Hnishing in rhird place ar league meer, and fourrh ar rhe disrncr meer. The ream was coached by hrsr year coach Mr. Mark Graham. The varsiry ream rhar qualifed for disrricrs consisred of Sen- iors lm Hodges, David Kirashima and Doug Smirh, Juniors! Rick Duranr and Mike Hope and Sophomores Jerry Anderson and Jeff Chapman The sophomores were a very domi- nanr parr of rhe ream, ar rimes mak- ing up rhe mcyoriry of rhe varsiry. They rook Hrsr in rhe Loveland invira- rional second ar Fr. Collins and rhe Sophomore league meer. The orher half of rhe ream was rhe girls, who had a good season, They rook Hrsr ar Loveland second ar rhe Greely invirarional rhird ar borh rhe Alameda and league meers, and Hfrh ar rhe disrricr meer, The varsiry girls were 5eniors Andrea Ogg, Gena Spensien and LBO Quarinrino, Junior Doris Dombrowski and Sophomores Karen Hicks, Leslie Duranr and Debbie Driver. l 3 Capr. J Hodges Capr. L, Quarihrino Capr. V Bauer Capr. D. Kirashima Dorrom Row: T Price, K. Belhore, A. Ogg, J. Sanders, D, Driver, 5, hill, D. Harper, D Dombrowski, V. Bauer, L. Duranr andK l-hcks Row 2 M Pobon, J Richardson, J, Chapman, J, Anderson, J Hodges, D. Smirh, D. Doneison, T Donekon, D. Oark, A, Gallo and D Hiroshima Row 3 Coach M. Graham, D, Mouser, B. Grenda, B. Guinn, R. Johnson, D Mellon, G. Parren, 5. Porrer, R. Duranr, J, Duranr M Hope and P Jacobs fT7 all V in ...x.. K - ,LLL -.,,,- "- Qi -. .J fx W X .. '7 , I "le, 5 .- U C Q I x,,, WM'1 'W' Q.. M Basketball Varsiry Ends Season Mrh 13-o Record The varsiry baskerbaii ream gor off ro a greai srarr by winning al buf rwo of rheir seven non-league games, losing only ro Mirdwel and Bear Creek. Ai- rhough rhe ream Hnished wirh a 12-7 overall record all of rhe games were very dose. They losr ro Bear Creek, Lakewood and Pomona, all wirhin rhe lasr few seconds. Senior Knure Pererson led rhe ream in scoring averaging 18 poinrsa game, whie junior Don Yowel finished rhe season as rhe second leadngscorer. Senior 77m Taylor led rhe ream wirh rhe mosr assisrs, 150, more rhan rwice as many as rhe man in second place, Pererson. Yowell led rhe ream wirh rhe mosr rebounds, while junior Enc Rusr was second in reboundng. The srarring ine up consisred of seniors Pererson and Taylor and juniors Yoweii Rusr, and .hm Banich. Orher members of rhe varsiry ream includ- ed seniors .im Duronr, Bruce lvmball Greg Tooiey, Jeff Tooley and juniors Tenfy Giloch, Jeff Lefholz, and Dennis Prussner. The ream was coached by Mr. Tom McCormick. The Junior Varsiry ream, coached by Mr. Bob Ludwig, Nnished a grear sea- son of 144. The sophomore ream, coadved by Mr. Tony DuCros, Hnkhed wirh a 9-9 record Coach T McCormick new 'Fin O 5 f'fi,i5f5' -if 'a5: , ,l" A rj 'W I, wg if , VV,., K ,1 I - " 1 5 if siis Eff If 4 .Ke .,.....! ., ,:- ,, 5. s . .,, g , V ' Coach B. Ludwig C ooch T DuCros X I - J Duranf B. Klmball K Perersan ini gf n 4 Borrom Row: Coach I McCorrhlcl4. Row 2. I Glllach, 7' Taylor, J. Tooley, E Rusr, J. Banlth, D. Yawell J. Duranr, B. Klmball J Lefholz, G. Taoley, D. Pruessner and K. Pere-rson. I Taylor G. Tooley J Taaley 1.-1 ,.w ' Borrom Row: Coach T. McCormick and Coach B. Ludwig Row 2: T Gfllach, M. Cade, 5, Shaffer, J. Lefholz, T Wolf T YowelL B. Joyce, D Kirvin, D Pruessner and T, Travis uorrom How: K. Mekelbarg, T Berdahl, F Baca, G DiLorenzo, W Boeclf, 1 Lefsenrmg, E, Meken, T Travis and M. Cade Row 2.- Coach T DuCros, I Richard B. Joyce, I YowelL 5. Braly, I Wolf D. Barr, D. Kfrvin and Coach B. Ludwfg M! I 331.3 i 'ef'-Mi - L 1 - I Girls Baslserbal Girb End League . Talfing Third PLace The varsiry girls' baskerball end- ed rheir leaaue season rw rhird place. wirh a record of 8 and 3, winning some of rhe roughesr games Hke rhose wirh Golden, Columbine and Evergreen. 7'he gifts who played on rhe reom were Berh Branson, Lisa Bronk, Char Lefholz, Tammy Madiid Grerdwen Orr, Susan Pearce, Colleen Shannon, Gaudia Smjek, Carol Verl-re, and Kelly Ward Mr. Phil Kasror coadved rhe girls. The junior varsiry and rhe sophomore reams also had oursrandng years wirh Ms. Joyce Davisson coaching her fifrh year of junior varsiry and Joe Poisson coaching his rhird year of sophomore. The .L V season earned o12andorecord andrhesopho mares iinshed wirh a 15 and 3 re cord Dorrom Row: M. Finn Row 2: 1 Burgarzi T Mason, L. Duranr, C Olerski D. Shevhn, D. Gomez and C .lanrz Row 3: 1 Fsher, B. Moscoso, M. Hassel D. Millen A. Casey, K. Horan, i Trever, D. Marri and Coach L Poisson A -..., . . .. i. sf if ......,., Q . . kmigifqk ,MV N K Q . C Lefholz, C Srnjek, L. Bronk, B. Branson, C .5hannon, Coach P. Kosror, 5. Pearce, K. Word C Verlfe, I Modmi C Gomen and G. Orr wY35f'z?v ww 'Sw Q :fe .QW had 74' v-we W F .wma QT1 M, 4 'YW' if www 'M' - ,. ,. 1 . , 1:1 I I-, 'f "", ' -W . Z .',' I ff , - -yyy ffwfafe Q ,-" A' wlem 1 A .n..,n , K ,1'1i'1f11'1L1iLfgiti.. W ' 4 ' f"EWf fri' ' 1 i S .. ., ,..,,,. ,,,,, ..,, .,,, ,, ag,a e vwf o -I 1, f fem f.,.,fm,.-af.24,wf,,1g2i3zf?gQ 205 , , ,.., , . W . , ,.,. ., ,.,,,,, , ., ,, , , , M. Huss, 5. Zwemke, D. Delmonico, A, Georgia, Coach J Davsson, I Lounsbury, C Warson, M. Kern, R, RusselL ond Lana Borr . - ,, f' ?5?i', kiyy A- ': f,- K 13 12 CCC fl? H Z h hhh c - ' " e", ..e h". v h.,. .,,,,, 1 -s My 4 an ky, A P' A if ww mgdqligx Y' QW 7 l W W .6 C, , F ,ff-,-A WMM M , "L v W. , , , 5 A Q an W: 'K J, by if jj ,I 4 f ' fa fl + ' 1 1 J' -'fig x Z X r 8 3, 5 uf. , .. , , , .,,. ,.,,,,. ....,. , . . ,,. ,,., .,,,.,, , .,,.. ,,,, ,,., ,..,, . ,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,, wwf C J' J Teams is SSM f '-we rnds Mm 7-3-1 ff' KN l-.ecard fhe soccer learn led by rearn caprains, Craig Hughes and Arn Whirheld, borh seniors, led rhe ream ra a league record of 77.34. Which enabled rhefn ro place rhird in league. Seniors, Randy Marrinez, Andy Mos- were named Colorado Porenrial Comperirive Players. M sm f g A ,I ij , , I 4 J v 1,4 fr A, :fs N , ww' coso, and Sophomore Lee Davis I b Couch J Coco Easr Arvada Junior l-hgh insrrucror, Jerry Coco coached rhe squad for rhe hrsr rime. Borrorn Row: J Schlurer, J. Dlalacls, L Oberro, J. Banich, L, Davis, B. Grenfell and S Alrer Row 2: R. Marrinez, J Whimeld M. Pearson, D Slvnner, R, Assmus, and P Karbrrum Row 3: Assr. Coach H, Levvirz, C Hughes, R, Ward, A Moscoso, K Beaulieu, R. Srephens, R. Snyder, S. Moulron, Manager and J Coco Head Coach xg. enable ,Q Q. YV t J Jaw 5 ' - 5 3415+ 4--3 tl 4 ,QM W ' J W! -'ff-Mo-:if .Y T Searle, C Godnez, Coach H Lewlrz ....-If 5 Swimming I Boys Finish Fourth ' In State Competition The swimmers had a very successful season plaahg fourrh in rhe srare ' meer. Those who placed in f7naLs in- duded Mike Anderson, rifrh, 100 Hy, rhrd 200 free,- Anderson, Kirk Chap man, Mike Bower and Jeff Chapman, fourrh, 400 free relay, Hans Srumpp, Par Lyons, Jon Marriorr and Jeff Chap man, fourrh, 200 medley relay and Ron Shimpa, elevenrh in civing. Coach J. M. Anderson They ended rheir season wirh a league record of 21-1 and presenrly hold eighr of rhe eleven league re- cords. Four of rhese are held by Ang derson, 200 indvidual medley, 100 free, 100 bad-f, and 550 free. ln add- rion Chapman, Lyons, .Srumpp and Jon Mamorr ser rhe record for rhe 200 medley relay, Ai-Srare honors wenr ro seniors An- derson, Bower, lvrk Chapman and Srumpp, juniors Lyons and Marriorr and sophomore Chapman. The ream was coadwed by Jerry Urbach. 1 Borrom Row: D. Zaba, 5. Browning, M. Anderson, R Lyons and R. Shimpa. Raw 2: G. Errer, H Srumpp, 5. Lo Sasso, R. Tarasewicz, R. Johnson, 1 Chapman, C Gallegos andR Srumpp Row 3: L Mambm D. Abromeir, R. Mascarello, i Skaggs, M. Bowen K. Chapman, C Barnes andl Fulmer X Q ig, QM! .W ,ff K .. 5 Q Z .m.L , L l, fkgwww m,,sy S . Q ? V ,, ' , W , .,,,, 1 ' - 2 Af' Av ' ,m+'fiy1i5fwH iw: ' , , ,, , ' -,f Www 1 lwfbv ww W was my ,V ,V V W U Q H x 1 ,Q ri VV H MM' Q. .. -..Mfg N, .www 41 fi i , Gill 8 ,V ,, A 4 Q 5 r Team Mns L Sevenrh Place ki Srare Meer Team Caprains Carla Goodrich, Kim Johnson, and Michelle Reeves, led rhe girls swimming ream rhrough a succcessful season. The girls Hnished rhe season vvirh a 70-1 record which placed rhem second in league, Kim Johnson, Michelle Reeves, Hearher Davis, Carla Goodrich, Janee Chap- man, and Lori Reasoner led rhe ream ro a sevenrh place i7nBh ar rhe srare meer. The girls were coached by Mr, Jerry Uroach. Top lefr, C Goodrich, Righr M. Reeves. Borrom Lefr, K. Johnson, Righr, Coach J Urbach , X , .hx A 2, E 1' Q ff- ' , . 5' if E X if 1' 'I . , is ., si i f' 2 s,5'a frail Mis-ying? . Sk as g:z,4,g,, 3? . I lv 'Q 2 N931 gk 1 F ri SQYVZVF ' 93z..'S9TX'f: "1 il J ,iqzqi J . . , PT E1 JV E'-'ri V - - - sf' 5 ::rz'rr" 'S-or Z' I Nl' -1 Borrom Row K Herringron, K Hanson, L Newron, H Davis, K Kappas, and5 Amenr Row 2 C Goodnch L Sillsen K Norberg C Carbon, R Buhr, L Buhr, and L Cannon Row 3 R Mlhams, F Orr K Jobnson M Reeves E Harry J Bowman T Dardanis J Rhyne, J Chapman, and L Reasoner Q i pun. f11nu,luu Q adv 1 Qgaqwv.. Tenn 1 I Gillach Cornperes lv Srare Tournamenr Junior Terry Gidach, if1singles, led rhe ream ro a o-5 record by win ning 10 of his 11 league marches. By winning rhe msrricr rourna- rnenr, he quamed for rhe srare meer. Earler Gillach had earned second place in rhe league com- peririon. Seniors Rod Haviland and Keirh Mason if 1 doubles ream won Q of rheir 11 marches ro Nnish rhird in .ew league and fourrh in disrricrs. ,W Juniors Rich Medna and Sopho- ggw' 1 ,gigs more Bob Joyce 9354 doubles ako A QV! gg Yi won Q of rheir 11 marches ro place if H rhird in league and second in dis- Mr K? we rricrs. aku? ms' The orher doubles reams consisred "MS of Junior Kevin Rudeen and sophe www ornore John Swenson, W2 dou- mi qw.,-.--rim bles, Dave Kirvfn and lm Leisenr' 1 - ing, 43 doubles. Senior George Gray, +'if2 singles, "gs ,,cs 1 1 and Junior Ron Shimpa, 33 sin- gifs fompfefed me fm ii -s , .if ,j f 'y 1 E?"-11-7' 31 K 11223 . ' -, " ' V ' sw,-w ggi QW 1 Gm, -5. 1:g.a. v ? . f..,-, W ci. , ,,,,, 1 I X E I as ,... c.M.s,,. M .WM .. 4'::.q:vf . M K se--f . ,S , . ., -,,, .,c-,. i 1 . ..A 5 . fij ' i , . A , Q ' . C My QE , ,. if -M ' X ' ' 'X fxsggm .., + ,M ' .. sa ' 2 K I Y x Dorrom Row., J Swenson, J Leisenring, D. Kirvin, D, Joyce, G, Gray Row 2- J. Nemmers, R. Haviland Row J- K. Mason, C Hessen R. Shirnpa, I Gillach, R. Medna, B. Cooke N n mm-iA 1 R L h Wang Pe. A f '91 :,,,, ',," , A Y . 11,4 .V . L. z-sg,,w,.g.w, f 5 H , 3 S 5 vi I ,,,, V f 'fZ2h:.df',.'i2L.'.fzhrz EJ lg, W .V My Q., ,L l1,V ,kb, , X , , , , ' asf .r .ww-: NN',, f ,- K , - if 'N 4 f 97, 1, if rliij , tan il f"' N li N , - ' 1 5 V Q jg 4 5 4 Q QQ,, , '- ' is Q w s QI, 61,33 ' Yf1:,5:,4.ff 1 Q, ' ,'xx .13 rf W k Lf? K pw, few, - fs' ,f f N f . X53gi"i-'51 g 1",- ' 31 '55 If? , as if ' ,- 4 5, , 5, ,l 5 , , V il N N 11 ' 4, -' ' W1 A-wi' fm! ww U 4',' f ' ji 11 1 f , :Mai , - - x ww. I 1, b ,,,,,' ,f1,..L,. ,Mr- 1 gina ww , .. , M , uw, wfwggfwwa, N- , ,W , A -gag? , .I 51- .ff-f 1, A 'mmf I , V: ' Gymnasrics Team End Mrh 3-6 Record Thls years lerrermen lnclude, seniors An- gle Travls Ccapraini and Mary Shenefelr, junlor Jana Mfr fcaprafnl and sopho- mores Tracey Goodmanson, Melanle Lae zoslffe, Kim Modrall and Robyn Mllsln- son, The resr of rhe varslry ream conslsr- ed of Dna Canrerbury, Laura Garllech, and Karhy Magda, The junior varsiry conslsred of junior Claire Spalclng and sophomores Adalr Arbuclf- le, Rhonda Berberr, Sue Dinges, Nooshln Fagaci Kelly Gorschalls, Jane Harmon, Beclfy Howard Shelly Kraus, Laura Rclf- ord, Helen Salfuvlch, and Leanne Schmidr. T Canrerbury L. Schmldr B. Howard 5. Dlnges R. Berberr T Goodmanson K. Gorrschalls L, Garhech M. Lazoslfie R, Mllfinson H Salfuvich K. Modroll A. Arbuclfle L, Mclfard N. Fagad J. Harmon 5. Kraus C Spaldng A. M, K. J. Mfr T 5 M r h O Q 0 G v fl d f e 5 f e ' I T ' a -, I ref? N qc, as k . W Lgi 1 fl .-1 . , 'Mfg . -a-Mx. f- . ,L .fluzmc ,- . O 1 Copfom A Trovfs ,Y Coprofn J Mfr fini.-: KEEP? A x N, ff i f HP? A,, , , ,xi if 6 72 , . il I , , ' QE L I ,, ... .1 - -waz. - 11 .A i Girls Volleyball Ends Their Season 8-3 The Girb Volleyball Team ended rheir season wirh a league record of 8 wins and 3 losses. The ream placed hrsr in rhe Smokey l-lll Tournamenr and an- orher Hrsr place in rhe Norrhglenn ln vi- rarional, Sophomores pfiyed a big role on rhis years ream. Since rheir Sophomore program was eliminared. They were placed on rhe J. V. ream and Varsiry ream. Parriciparing sophomores on rhe varsiry ream were Ondy Warson, Barb Moscoso, and Melanie King. These girb heyoed rhe seniors Debbie Berdahl Debora Berdahl Sarah Car- penrer, Mihsa Miller, Berh Branson, and Char Lefholz, and rhe juniors Lisa Bronls, Debbie Sabec, Mary Kern, Car- rie Gomer Call-conferencei, Kelly Ward, and Carol Verlfe carry our rheir vicrories, A Junior Varsiry consisred mosrly of sophomores like Marilyn Ford, Robin Burge, Tracy Lounsbury, Lana Dorf, Regina Russell, Jill McGee, Janine Bur- gard, Jayne Hsher, Carrie Olerslv, Diane Gomez, Karen Horan, Mary Hnn, Ginger Fear, Tammy Donaldson, Lori Arz, Carhy Wompey, Donna Meine, and Diana Marri. - ,,..., . X , ................,, -,-, -Y - 's" , a . Sjjj 5 , , .kV,,. Mg, JV, ,,.,,W J ,. A D , 1 if f x. S i s qi as i , gli , iffrs-' Q2 2 ,G S , 5 If :if r . A ff L! .any f .l- e ? gf Us x sz 5 8 W -1 ,f 1- I ,V 1 06 Y 5 an it ' -1 L in x' fw Vw 'xx M SN .A Q fig Q A LM , I' 5 ' jf 1 ai W We 25,22 M IMWW mam fx- ? . M Q ,M A Nw. . Borrom Raw D. Mascaso and 7. Freeze Raw 2 5 Daaravafny, C Lefnalrz, T Gaasrree, K Faneflf, K. Defva and M Brannanv Raw 3: M. Marx, 5. Carpenrer, C Wornpey, J. Larson, C. Gaadrftn and M. Huss Raw 4- 5. Brawnfng, C Dernaray, 5, Bendel, K. Kappas, 5. Fenrer, T XWCOX and 5. Genrerr Raw 5- G, Spensferf, J Glover, D Gusrafsan, D Bransan, E. Safazar, M. Kern and D Sabec Row af P. Lyons, R. Shfrnpa, T Grllacn, T Dayle, A. Brads, D. Merz, J. Radaclfer and Mr. T Grundmefer Q- s .,"r. l W H, 5 P' '5 Presfdenf Wce Presfdenr Bern Bronson Down Gusrofson 'E Xl A . ,., ,ws c 6' , HSM' Secrefory 5pon5or Cnor Lefholz Mr. Ted Grundrneier Council Orgonlzes Funds For Cnorlrfes Mony sfudenf body ocrfvmes were orgo- nfzed by rne Srudenr Council. Among rnese were Hornecomfng, Prom, Groduf onon, folenf 5now5 ond yorlous special doys. One of 5fuCoS mofn goob was ro lmprove comfnunlconon bervyeen fne counol ond rne sfudenf body Srudenf councfl obo foolq porf fn rnony fund' romng prcyecrs for Cf7OflTlG5 fn rne Denver oreo The Kidney Foundoffon ond rhe Lfsren Foundorfon were rwo of rnose who benehred, Mr. Ted Grundfnefer, sponsor, OdVlS9d fne srudefn body off?" cers, Bern Bronson, presfdenr, Down Gus' rofson, vice presfdenf ond Cnor Lefnolz, secrerory, Mldvoelynn Lilly Whfrne y Hudsperh Kelly Conzono w 4 1 Xa C orla Polson Mehssa C oolf Theresa Delmonfco P, Francine Slack Jennifer Sanders Anna Mfranda Una Townsend 3 ' BXW Kelly Rehfeld Llsa Plura Carh y Colafona Cheerleaders Raise Spfhr Ar Sporrs E venrs Tnlrreen varslry cheerleaders, led by senior Francine Slack and junior Mf- chaelynn Lilly, dfrecred cheers ar as semolfes, games, and marches, ln ad- dlrfon, rhe seven seniors and slx juf nlors supplied samerhlng special, for example, refresnrnenrs, laclser deco- rarfons, and posrers for every rearn during rne seasons. Prior ro rne reopenlng of school rhe cheerlng sauad arrended rne CSU camp, accordng ro rhefr advisor Ms Debbie Mlleford. l 23 Tracey Goodrnanson , in f f if ii I F if -Q l 5 l Z ' 1 E' A 5? li 3. hCh Juke Guesr Four sophomores girls gave rhelr supporr by leading cheers ar saph ornore games and ralslng school splrlr They nor only pur ln rlrne for school arhlerlcs buf also parrlclpar ed ln rhe Onderella Ory Cornperl non. Tryours before a panel of reachers and grade pofnr average are rhe only reaufremenrs for se- lecrion, Miss Debbie Mlleford was rhelr sponsor. Head cheerleader was Leslie Rael, Four Splrlred Girls Cb Show Leadershp Cb . 4 Q 4 . . , . l CD V3 Lesle Rael l-lead Dano Osborn l M ae . fff- - I iw eu J - I ffl fy, x 'F ' xl SIX New Moscors Rolse School Spfrlr Moscors odded rwo more meme bers ro rhelr group, for o rorol of sbc. They nor only ocred os splrff boosrers or gomes our obo supf porred school orhlerfc funcrfons, A specfol evenr for rhe moscors wos supporring cheerleaders or rhe Nuggers' gome. Tryours ore rhe only crlrerfo for selecrlon. Mrs, Morflyn Closs was rhefr sponsor. Members ore Chr13 Morrln wfrh Korhlene Mogdo, Colvln Smlrh wlrh Debro Turner, ond John Sprenger wlrh Mory Shenefelr. 5 XE21 Wlli 1 r-111-r K5 '-f1- 24 '1'l flx 1' lv: 1 al f x J 'X A' 3- Vracey Eclsdahl 81 U50 nudge-n 81 Anim poppos 81 H906 Head Pom 'Dons DO rhefeso Fedei 81 Mindy Doyle 81 Rourine Ar Nuggers Halfrime Highlighring fhe Pom Pans' year was a halfrime performance ar rhe Denver Nuggers' game held in January. ln addirian, rhe 12 girk, led by seniors Tracy Elsdahl and Lisa Rudeen were responsible for cheering and doing rourines ar pep assemblies and baslferball and foorball games. ln Augusr, rhe Poms parriapared in a srare com' peiirion held ar Gnderella Oiy Mall. Hnishing her Hrsr year, Ms. Debbie Smirh sponsored rhe Pom Pon girls. Q2 Lfbbi Chambers 87 Tommy Jensen 82 ,Y HJ , : , , WQQWM if Wcky Avenriep 82 Shelly Gehrerr 82 I I Lzso Mfroffdo 82 'img f ' ,. g , 532: J ff W f X AX mi -- ,..,,. v A , , as , ' X fy 1. Z . .,,,, , W , vgifk ' , , M 2 4 2 ,.' . , , Z . " f V ,V ,A V H X gVV,, ,, H , "H ' J V - , M , , 3 . Z ' N 4 ,Y T H ' " ' 4 , H , ".- ' ,,,, . ' ,.'2 ' e ' Comme 0999 Susan Dobrovolny fqobeffo Mmgmg Jo y Brewer Jana MTF Eleven Gifs Keep Score Ar Marches Eleven Pin Pals, led by senior Co- rinne Clegg, nor only lfepr score and rime or all marches and roure namenrs, rhey obo painred rhe wresrhng room. ln addrion, rhe girls marched in rhe Harvesr Fesrival Parade, held balfe sales and had a picnic for rhe wresrling ream. They were sponsored by Mr, Carl Churches and Mrs. Mary Ann Sulli- van. ,W,,.,,,,,.W.,W,w --f V a Mary Kern Mfthelle Huss Doreen Jones XV Wg' fT illfiyfff Dppin Goosrree Srocey COOHS Andrea McColl Trrbe I Leonne Wodlelgh Wce, Presidenr Pep Club Orgonlzes School Assembles Trlbe rolsed money by selling wln- dow decols beor rogs ond hold- ing bolfe soles. The money vvos used for groups ocrlylrles ond plons ourslde of school. They showed school splrlr by weorlng red ond whfre every Frl- doy, ond possed our condy ro orh- ers showing spirlr. Tribe obo lncreosed rhe srudenrs splrir by fnvolvlng rhem ln ossem- blles, - if 4 Sr lv .3 if V We kr Q There were 25 members ln Tribe, The sponsor vvos Mlss Morllyn Closs. in L4 , lf l i VA,?,,,,-f H I ms, . ,M K ,px 1 .,r',, ... ' 1. ug? W9 53' 5 , Pfffcim, Sue Jensen Presldenr Shen' Freeze Secrerory 3 S in Leso Schroeder Treosurer g JT Miss Goss Sponsor Una Orr Head I:7ly'Ann Buko wslsi X X N X , t , - M, V , M 1 ' 42 2 Ms, Tomhnson Sponsor 17 lv s YM! Banner lnrroduces Band In C omperirfon The four banner gfrls were head- ed by Chrfsffne Orr. Every mornfng rhey procrfted wfrh rhe marching band and mer ey- ery Tuesday nlghr during rhe fa!! ond rhe spring The purpose of rhe banner gfrls was ro fnrroduce fhe marching bond or games, parades, and or 1 EN , ... ,f f f f,-kv f"' ' X T 2 X 3 ' I' VI Diane Dowling cofnperfrfons There were fhree seniors and one junfor, whffh Mr. Rooerf Hurre!! and Mr. Rooerr Townsed pfdfed. The group was sponsored by Ms, Georgenne Tomhnson. Dawna Canrwe!! Q s Shirley Spruir Girls Morch ln Mrh Srore Nononol Hogs Color Guord Corrfed rhe Amerfton ond rhe Colorodo Hogs ro oll of rhe home foofboll ond boslfefboll gomes. ln oddlrfon, rhey olso morched in me Horvesf Fesrlvol ond Cornorlon porodes. The six girls obo morched Wllh rhe bond ln o mororhon or Ridge Home Bond dlrecror Roberr l-lurrell chose rhe gifs for fhe Color Guord feom, Mr, Ted Grundmefer ocred os rhelr sponsor, Gndy Srrosbough-Heod Kim Porsons Korhy Shonnon Krlsrlho E14 KOIVW ROQQV5 547 Rhonda Craig Dona Barlow Colleen Laughlin M ij..- Sherry Rounso ville Jeri Barrh SIX Girls Add Color To Games,Parades Anlra Monk led rhe l-lag Team as rhey carried rhe red and whlre Hogs ar all of rhe home fooroall and oaslseroall games. The slx glrls marched In rhe Horvesr Fesrlval and Carnarlon parades. The girls also parrlopared wlrh rhe band ln rhe Boulder Band Days. Band Dfrecror Rooerr Harrell chose rhe glrls for rhe ream. They had ro oe in band in order ra be on rhe ream, Mlss Shelley Graham was rherr sponsor. ,K ,,.:gi71, .sf vi .i lk ' s Anlra Monls - Head irlers or Girls Add Splrfr To Marching Bond Every sprlng rryours are held for girls fnreresred in rwfrllng, Brendo Nuss, Terri Moder ond Sneree Teerer were selecred ro serve os rwlrlers wfrn rhe marching bond. Groduore Jule Gro- hom, sponsor for rne rwfrlers, helped rhe gfrb perfecr rhefr rourfnes ond se- lecr rnelr unlforrns. The glrls were Cho- sen by 0 foculry Comrnlrree on rnelr obfliry ro fwfr! o boron. The rwlrlers performed wirn rhe bond during nolf- rimes, or pep ossemolles ond in po- rodes wfrn rne bond. Sheree Teerer Brenda NU55 Terri Mader MOfChlhQ Bond Led By Srudenr Dlrecrors The posfnorvs of sfudenr drecror ond drum mqorerre were occupied by Doug Norcross ond Jer! Choi. Dorh Doug ond Jeri ofded fn disciplining ond direcrfng rhe bond Doug wos chosen by rhe bond ond Jer! by o panel of selecred foculryjudges. Doug dfrecred during hoffnmes ond Held rehersols. Jeri direcred durfhg porodes. Borh Doug ond Jeri were required fO morn roin o B overoge in school os we!! os possessing musftol obfliry, f JY -fx.: ,f lf' v'-l 1 2 K, S . , -, , 1 A ,, ,Q if-iw f I r ' x 4' f iffy' -" , I 52 'f ' ,M v 1 ' , z, ' - f .f 1' iw r - , , ' 4 f Q ' , ,, k,.. , ,K,, , , K in , y ' . A , ,, , ' M ' , 4 V V, y 11. 1:5 4' ' ,' :I f , ,fd i ' 1 ' , " f -V W i 1 I A 7 if " k -'nf ' Y ' , ,sm . W-,,.f,fEii ' Y' " fi Musicions Acquire New Sryie Uniforms Wearing new drum ono' bugie sryie uni- forms, rne morching bond consisring of 175 sophomores, juniors ond seniors performed or nolf-rime snows ond in porodes ond com' peririons. lnsreod of wearing bow ries, Coors, ond wnire vinyl hors of previous yeors, rhe musi- cions ocquired wnire worerprooii openf neclfed shirrs, wnire soshes, ond red felr sofori hors, Mr. Rooerf Hurreii ond Mr. Roberr Towne send direcred rne group. li Upperclassmen Play Togerher As One Mnd Ensemble Cansfsrs of 50 fnsrru- menralfsrs, Thfs band remains rhe hfghesr group in AH5, fnvofyed are juniors, and seniors. They performed ar many concerr such as, rhe Pops concerrs, and Chrfsrmas cancerfs, The band mer during Nrsr hour. lr was under rhe dfrecrfon of Mr. Raberr Hur- rell. The rhree ofhters were Presfoenr, Paul Rasmussen, Vice-Presfdenr, Deena Byars, Secrefary, Marla Graff 'Q T , ,vs 4-.f +l,rC . ,YI . . V 1' X nf' , 9, e an 7? Vwwis l l I F 36 W gs. in M! V ,, , g r 4. .. r ,igcqi V Y x 2, 1 5. Rs1ig" Q-rf 9 'Q H h ,gh Y I Y A' 1 'K . . -xiii wk fn r fi -' ull! A l. of 1 5 2 fel IX Xl Bonds Boosr Spfrlr Ar Boslserooll Gomes The jozz bonds Conslsrlng of Tw!- llghr Noon Hour Sophomore ond Dlxfelond were Composed of sru- denrs possibly loolslng for o furure fn musrc Twllfghr prlmorzly senfors ployed rhe mosr dlfliculr muslc while rhe Noon Hour group mofnly junlors, ployed o wide selecrfon of jozz muslt. For rhe sophomores rhe emphosls wos on o developmenr of slfflls needed ro perform jozz music. Dlxlelond oond mode up of senrors ond juniors odded o dffferenr lflnd of sound ro rhe group of bonds, The bonds ployed In Concerrs, os well os performing for srudenrs ourslde durlhg lunch, ond lsepr splrf frs up or boslferboll gomes. 238 ar-HGH 'fl " 1.- an-p . -. 4 1 , Y Ifk 3 Q. " .2 ff 1 wa Q f. lip... 'QR , l, AY' , ,Q K fi as W -3 .X 1 TN ' J ' ' I S M .Mr Y 2 , I Q wiia -zz ' , I if ' L L -Q jf' f ' fl ' ,,,k: V,,-': I , ,Z H ,V V . , V Orchesrro Performs For 5pr1ng C oncerr Mr, Roberr Townsend dfrecred rne orchesrro wnftn pfoyed for rne Cnrlsrmos and Spring Concerrs. They ofso ployd for rne musical. Two mornfngs 0 week rne orches- rro procrfced wfrh rhe wfnd see rions from vorfous Concerr bonds. Of17cers.- L. E verrs, presfdenr, C . Burgess, ocrfvirfes chrecror, M, Graft Wbe presfdenr, T, Coronzoro, secrerory .-s....Q.-.Q,..,,,,,,gX " K A new 49 Srudenrs Ploy ln Symphonic Bond The Symphonic Bond consisred of 49 juniors ond seniors. The group performed in rhe Pops Concerr, Chrisrmos Concerr, Chinese Auc- rion, ond Spring Concerr, Bond Closs wos moved ro rhird hour ine sreod of rhe usuoi second hour becouse of schedule conHicrs, Mr. Roberr Townsend wos rhe direcror of rhe bond, ,M 'W L. Q JNL W of N new 375 15861 , 5 3' v Q1 Ldv 1 A . ...N max, ...RQ 'Mir r .fgl Ofhcers Mory Ford, V Pres. Denise Spicer, Pres. Dennis McNally, Sec. -L i Cohcerrs Performed By Sophomore Bond The Sophomore Bond which IS scheduled 2nd hour IS direcred by Mr. Roberr Hurrell, The bond per- formed ih ol! Cohcerrs in vvhfth rhe bond deporrmehr preserwred. Some of rhese srudehrs olso porrfcf- pored in rhe Morchihg Bond. 'Ib rrl ' A ...Aff Borrom Row: Lesle Miller, Alfa Secflon Leader,- Brenda Edson, Soprano Secrlon Leader, Teri McTaggarr, Pres Row 2: Rob Hendrix, Tenor Secrlon Leader, Mary 5henefelr, Sec- rres, Bryan Thompson, V. Pres. 120 5rudenrs Slug ln Fesrlval Chorus Fesrfval Chorus fs dfrecred oy Mr. McCormick and Ms Mlleford. This year rhere are 120 srudenfs ln rhls class, more rhan any ofher year, The reason for rhls is due ro rhe combing of classes. The Cholr per- formed fn school Concerrs during rhe year, lf IS held during 4fh hour and rhelr Colors are yellow and olacls, l 243 I fl' C once Underciassmen Sing Ar 5chool C oncerrs Concerr Choir has Oo members rhls year There are no seniors in rhis group only sophomores and juniors All rhe ciass ofhcers arejuniors They are Presidenr Jennifer Sanders Wce Presi denr Tammy Brown and Se creraryf Treasurer, Todd Rued. The secrion leaders are Sopra- no, Jackie Tweed, Airo, Isabel Guirarezf Tenor, Nick Dominica, and, Bass, Sam Sparks. Concerr Choir performs ar Nye school concerrs which includes rhe Chuck Wagon Dinner and rhe Pops Concerr, lr is ream di- recred by Miss Debbie Mileford and Mr. Tom McCormick. '81-.. ...Je . ie 5 if sz Ji Akai ff Glrb Use Guys Ar Chnsrmas Concerr Chanrelles have always been a music group for glrls only. They are srlll girls, our rhls year rhey did samerhfng unusual ln rhe Chrlsrmas concerr. They asked rhefr srudenr asslsranrs, Torn Masciorro and Mark Ramsey, ro parrlapare, While rhe glrls sang Hlludoph rhe Red Nosed Reindeer," rhe guys played Rudabh and Sanra, This years class ofhters are Presidenr Kendra Belhorer Wtee Presidenr Danerre Trour- and .Secreraryf Treasurer Karhy Magda, The secrion leaders are Soprano l, Judy Trevor, Soprae no ll, Shelly Gordon, and, Alfa Tammy Brown. jg seffe-JUOLID 24 if . , 4 gi iff' 1, 1 WC .1 F X A 11A de. Aix. Groups Sing Twice Dunng Horido Trio The Modernoires ond Choroliers plonned o rrp ro Florido wirh Cho- role. They performed or Disney World ond Seo World during rheir six doy odyenrure. The Modernoires were mode up of nine Couples ond rhree occom- ponisrs under rhe direcrion of Mr, Tom McCormick ond choreoe gropher, Mrs. Sheryl Jones. The Choroliers included rhirry-nine members ond rhree occomponisrs under rhe direcrion of Miss Debbie Mlleford. Borh groups performed jozz ond populor musit olong vvirh Choreoge rophy. They oppeored or commu- niry clubs ond shopping cenrers os well os school concerrs, 1 Eg , 1 J C 25- ' 1Q.1 A - ,-.' L. ' N ' sf K h ' " ':'I:'k - , E ,f J ' . ,W - Q 4 , v - .. ' it '? .'t.'5 . .A EA gf x x S SEV I , 4, Q V m:.' J 1... ik h..: , ef - 'N J ef A ,g 1 K K Q A x L Ql K v Q 2 5 ., J i if ,ff jg, S, if' V , " R fc. 5, I Q ., A: "',. Q , ' "": E . 5 ' , f 4 A ' 'f ff W F' ffl K - 5' 1 .W ,QV ,WE Li' A L-" J J. V - i A . 'J 5 4 ., n J N 1 Borrom Row: L. Osborne, B Glenn, B, Carson, Row 2- C Clegg, J, Brockerr, B. Hofcn, 7f Freeze, L. Rudeen, C, Hesser. Row Sf J, Sfvers, K McDonald, M Dougnerry, J Sprenger, D Turner, G, DeBrufn, K, Tnfbodeou, B, Dffd, J Huss, R Orron, J Swobodo, R. Fovero. Hr. f 1 H s . , VVVV i Vx ' , y s , f.,,, . J 11" ,Qi 14,9 -1' l , J- ,,,, . z, ,, 'W L 4"' ey, Top Row: Secrion leader- Corinne Clegg, Secrion Leader, Milse Murray, Presidenr- Teri Freeze, Treasure: Lynn Osborne, Bofrom Row: Secrion Leader: John Sprenger, Secfion Leader- Lisa Rudeen, Secreraryf Janell Huss, Wee Presidenrf Jennifer Sivers. 'Ub in L- 1- ,f is L N K,-, L J S -cs L m A if no ' as C ,z.: V ,, 0 N ff' ug L5 T if- T R" ., "J gg' ' Q 'P' as 'i' ..,. Q. " 1' 8 . - D .... E-av -,V-- J .x T ,,.Q.,1: I 1 . L .. Chorale Members Take Spring Tour Chorale, Consisring of 75 members performed Nye concerrs and one in Florida in fhe spring, The group which was chosen by audirian, vis ired Disney World and Sea World while in Honda Chorale aka pare ricipared in rhe fourrh annual vol- leyball mararhon in February which was ro raise money for rheir L rrip ro Florida Mr Tom MCCormiCls and Miss Debbie Mllieford direcf- ed, and sponsored Chorale. xi W W F' , N V' Pres. C Swanson, Wce Pres. H Ruppel, Sec. E Gal- f lagher. ' lOf7S P G5 Sponsor Sharon C arrer Thesplans Afd Casrs Orher Producrlons Members of rhe Thesplans an honorary organfzarfon for drama srudenrs musr have worlfed a minimum of 100 hours on ar leasr rwo producrlons ro be ellgfble This Included rfme on srage as well as baclisrage Members of rhe Thes plans parncfpared ln rhe produc rlons of The Marchmalfer henr rhe Mnd and rhe spring musical 5ourh Paahc They were reaulred ra remain acrfve fn rhearrlcal producrfons ro sra y fn rhe dub. Ms. Sharon Carrer sponsored rhe members rhroughour rhe year. Of vnhenf The wma' :S Lefr ra nghr, rap ro barrom. A, Marples, C Smirh, R. Orron, R. Favero, L. Osborne, J. Sprenger, E Sralre, P England, L, Roche, K. Ophus, M. Dougherry, J. Nemmers, J. Pererson, E Gallagher, T Freeze, L. Rudeen, J. Sfvers, Ms. Carrer, C Swanson, 5. Jensen, 5, Freeze, B. Schuberr, T Eclsdahl J Swoboda, B. Harch, H. Ruppel, Presidenr C Smirh, Secrerary- Treasurer B. Moberly, ond Wce Presidenr D. Shannon mtg Class For Speakers Has Daily Procrice The forensics reom is mode up of about 25 people who shore rhe same inreresrs in dramaric speak- ing, public speaking, and debore. They compered every week agoinsr orher schools ro qualify for srore and norional comperirion. Their ofhcers were Calvin Srnirh, presidenr, Don Shannon, vice presidenr, and Brenda Moberiy, secrerary-rreosurer. They mer ev- ery day Hfrh hour ro learn and pracrice rheir mareriol. The class wos raughr by Ms. Shirley Pugh. Kneeling: B. Moberly, C Smirh, ond D. Shannon Row rwo.- T Townsend, C Johnson, M, Monroya, J. Nemmers, H. Rupple, K, Ophus, 5. Girard and C Myers Row rhreef 5, Coons, R. Elder, C Pererson, D. Deimonico, S. Jackson, A. McCall E Bukowski A. Marples, E. Srolre and J. Leson. ,P Z ITO lsln W "N-,., Q-W., 'N-..,m,-.. --J-.-.cm Borrom Row T Madrid L McCracken Rowl D Dowhng L Chambers F Slack C Trembarh D Krlne R Reasch Row? M Thomas T Lyday K Hanna K Shannon D Capaldo 5 Wagner T Une Row .3 J Munz D Mahaffey P Rasmussen J Murclso M Bower B Gauger D Berz Newspaper Follows School Year E venrs The Redslsln Arrow conrrlbured ro communlcanon wlrhln rhe school by producing seven lssues of rhe paper conralnlng lnformarion abour clubs sporrs and orher ac- rivirles. They obo dlsrribured a sup- plemenr called rhe Bow rhroughf our rhe year. Co-edirors-ln-chief Llbbl Chambers and l-'ranclne Slaclf supervised rhe 22 member sraff Orher edlrors included Diane Dowl- Ing fearure- Colleeen Trembarh sporrss Donna Krlne news- Robin Reasch cenrer spread- and Dave Berz business and adverrlslng manager. The sponsor was Mrs. MaryAnn Trembarh. zij?Yis.i?'f' f rll . ..1--,1 T-'r. rr' f W: ,,,j,,, FJ. 1: -f"f --2v1:'f,.1 - I 3. fm-nw-a'a,m 2 .2 , ,,,, H , ,Z we 'e L4 li uw Co-Edror Libby Chambers 'un 1Inlw+--'- .nifffsw ' , i-if ff-7 rf .V ., Sponsor Mrs. MoryAnn Tre-mborh if -,.a.ff" '-f wtf 19 uf' Q b . I Co-Ediror Froncfhe Slack AT -IQ:-5, f. mf lhfvf wfwbllll-fwigyr ,F awfff I 2' -9' rf wg? Co-Echror Co-A5siSranr Co E diror CO A55'5fOf7f Pappas Diane Br 'Freedom" Picked As Yearbook Theme "Freedom" was rhe fheme used for rhe 1981 yearbook. The sraff works unrii March ro plan and ser up rhe pages of yearbook. They gor many of rheir picrures from phorography dass. Yearbook Classes mer fourrh and Nfrh periods each day. The Classes were responsibie for fhe Mood secrion wirh secrion leader Diane Bro wn, Senior 5ecrion wirh Leanne Wadleigh, Juniors wirh Brenda Ness, Sophomores wirh Dane-fre Trour, Sporrs wirh Jenny Simpson, Srudenr Life wirh Jessica Train, Classrooms wirh Julie Elio, Gubs and Acriviries vvirh Misri Alexander, and Facuiry wirh Diane Bisrline. Afrer rhe yearbook was complered work began on rhe spring supplemenr for disrriburion in rhe Fall. S5 -if . ,,... ..... K ' M .5 fm Y '1- 4 1 r xff .Seared D. Buzfclf, D, Shaffer, D. Logsdon, M. Carey, E Wall C Carner, Srandngf L. Tuller, D. Tahlfoqner, K. Wellen, P Kafsen M. Alexander, L. Wadleigh, G. Broufllerre, D. Bfsrine, L. Ward L. Zmmerman, C Thomas, and 5. Thomas. N, -. Xu X x -lb v Seared: 5. Edmonds, 1 Eho, L. Sroner, 1 Simpson, C Gorrschalk, and D. Trour, Sranchngf 5. Den17eon, 5. Porrer, E Salazer, B. Nusa, I Train, C Shannon, I FedeL K. Lfrrle, D. Ne-vvron, G, Kno!L and B. Hodapp. 1 FIC' 1 uv Ax' In y 3,1 sf' il' f E55 ' w im ' ? MV.. y X' ' l , 'Q vm . gy , V ?hg , V , K"w wQ 3 v 9 , , Q MS 15 5 2 SS V 2 ' xf Ai P X 3 f i w! if fe Top Row: 5, Moore, R. Hder, J, Morris, K. Mason, T Taylor. Borrom Rovvf B. Callahan, J. Brockway, G, Garlf, R. Favero, .L Broclserr, 5, Smffh, L, Osborne, 5. Losasso, R. Shlmpa, W3 Marh Oub Learns By Guesr Speakers Marh Club roolf rwa Held rrfps, one IO rhe Narional Cenrer for Armo- spheric Research and anorher ro rhe Federal Avlarfon Adminlsrra- rion. During rheir meerlngs rhey solved marh puzzles and prob- lems, dscussed rhe use of marh in occuparfons such as probablliry fn rhe insurance Held, rhe wide- spread use of campurers, and even rhe marhemarics involved fn gambling, and heard guesr lecf rures. Lynn Osborne was elecred presidenr, Rob Favero, vice presl- denf, and Vera Bauer, secrerary, Wce Presfdenr Rob Favero, Sponsor Ron Ray, Presldenr Lynn Osborne Mr. Ronald Ray served as advisor, Rodo Ho ,,, R Deloy 5 Joyce A Aghoshorlf J Forly C Munn M Dufford Every Quorrer New Ofhcers Are Elecred The Hom Rodlo Club I5 new rhfs yeor The members goo! wos ro develop lnrernorlonol friendship leorn elecrronfcs ond become prohclenr In Morse Code The off? cers were elecred new every quorrer ro ollow new fdeos ro be presenred. Hom Rodo wenr on O Held rrlp ro Vlllo lrollo ro demon- srrore omoreur rodlo ln rhe moll, They srrlved ro ger rhe besr com- municorions sysrem by Improving rheir signols, so os ro reoch neigh- boring counrries more cleorly, The Club sponsor wos Mr. Diclf Llghrner. Mr. Dicl-1 Llghrner 2 Uub Members Keep .eee , , French .Spirlr Alve , 5 J F W3 ' ' F n lb d m 3. . Vg renc cu was eslgnecl ro ln l 5 5 L' spfre enrhusfasm for rhe French x language and ro lfeep rhe French A J . spirfr alive. Members of rhe club organized several fundraising, sparring, ana' soclal evenrs ro ac- complish rhls goal. W XX. X x The club was opened ro srudenrs who had complered a mlnfmbm of one year of French. They parf ricfpared in a volleyball raurna- menr, ice 5ffOflT7Q, balfe sales, din- ner ar a French resrauranr and o spring banquer. 1 ,-H", Ms. G. Mlllams, advLsor,- I Swaclsenberg, rreasurer, J. Gallegos, secrerary, K. Nemmers, presidenr, and N Schmerrz, advlsar. Borrom Row: 5. Boswell, J. Gallegos, M. Anselmo, J. Nmmons, T Jewby, D. Harper, D. Kulerr Row 2 D. Logsdon, R. Shimpa, 7f Swaclfenberg, L. Hfrfng, M. Nemmers, A. Arbuclfle, N. Fagadl 5. Rusk, 5. Nassen' Row 3. G. Fournler, B. Callahan, G. DeUrufn, D. Rfnderlsnechr, Z. Prochazslso, K. Nemmers, M. Brown, J. Leson, 5. Robinson 1:1 Lpue QVVD l .card ----.......,n 1 .... SKY C. fi A i Borrom Row: R. Curler, K. Mader, K. Noll Z Prochazlsa, l Rhyne, I Mader, R. Favero. Row 2: R. Edier, I 5earle, B. Lai K. Voss, L. Jacobs, H. Srump, 5. Gehrerr, P. Lyons. Row 3. Mrs. H. Duncan, B, Roberrs, E. Adams, KC Mllams, B. Zarifrzewsisi 5 . Hpse, D. Kalmbach. Raw 41 M. Sranchsh 3 .. 4 ' Q P. Lyons, rreasurer, Mrs. H. Duncan, sponsorf 5. Gehrerr, secrerary, H. Srumpp, presidenr, and nor picrured V Bauer vice KJ presidenr. mmA: g Nursing Hvme D 1 sssez ld or? Sung To By - in E German Club -so QD German Club served as bofh a culrural and social organizarian, ac- cording ro Presidenr Hans Srumpp. The club mer rhe culrural require- menrs by singing Chrisrmas carob in German ar a nursing home and by selling German balsed goods ro rhe srudenr body. Socially, fhe club was busy wirh acriyiries lilfe, an iniriarion dnner and a hay racls ride. LOTIT7 Club Members Sponsor Sorumolo The Lorfh Club hlghllghrs lhcloded rhe fesrlvol, Sorumollo ond Chrlsr- mos corollhg. The Lorlh Club 's 20 members eryoyed culrurol ond so- cfol ocrlvlrfes rhroughour rhe yeor. Culrure wos soughr when rhey reod rhelr Greek ploys, held rhe Mock Olympics ond vlslred o Greek resrourohr for dlrvher. The club porrfcfpored 177 soclol evenrs which lhcluded vollyboll, plcrvfcs ond Ice slsorlhg. la? 5 QS 'Q .Q Borrom Row 5 Joyce M Lozoslfl F Orr L Schoefer G Rfchoros R Mllloms D Dowllhg, K. Colgorv Row 2- P Worers, Mr J l-lorsr VIEW 'Hrs U , avi? R ,- 'Ha avr Borrom Row: Leah E verrs, Rose Oscel, and Colleen Trembarh. Row 2- Brenr Bain, Philip Roughfon, Frank Ugohni Scor Smirh, Craig Hughes, Donna Krine, and Scorr Krueger, Row 3: Mark Roughron, Brad Junfenen, Rick Pullam, Ken Harms, Ron Sammans, and Jeff Hackweil. W C' Cold Creek Canyon Wsired By ' l Russians The Russian Club vvenr ro rheir ' sponsor, Mrs. Sandy Arreoerrys house in Cold Creek Canyon for rheir annual fall picnic. They also spenr rheir Wednesday nighrs dancing like rhey do in Russia. saw Russian Club ofHcers were Jeff Bla- keslee, Presidenr, Mark Roughron, 5 Wce-Presidenr, Ken Harms, Secre- rary-Treasurer, and Leah Everrs, Acriviries Chairman. Borrom Row: Andrea Nay, Rae Orrlvez, Srevle Hill, Derh Barron, Ondy Deneray, Karhy Johnson, Una Orr, and Mrs, Oehm. Rovv 2- Laura Grenfell, Sara Bolding, Mary Kern, Lisa Traur, Karhy Mkon, Dave Planr, Terl Freeze, Tasha Dardanls, Mllse Anderson, Rene Gilhspie, Theresa Doyle, Sue Manlsenburg, Ann Abrahomson, and Miss Presran, Row 3: Krlsrlna Hs, JoAnn Kenr, Dena Zappa, Rebecca Holland Jeff Porrer, Theresa Chnlsenbeard Suzerre Klssell Terry Whiralfer, and Kelrh Mason. Row 4- Sarah Carpenrer, Susanna Prachazlsa, Knsri Harder, Elaine Gallaghen Jule Price, Sracy Hendershorr, Kurr Abrahamson, and Lynn Osborne, A ,-.-::.. ',,, Q Yf 5 . as iii? ' xii. FLA? , L ""',pf 9 3 A fa- g 1: v N Spanish Vs French Gubs ln Volleyball X Spanlsh Club acrlvlrles Included ar rendfng a Denver Avalanche soc cer game playlng a volleyball game wlrh rhe French Club and going ro a Mexican resrauranr for dlnner Q 'Yr va. ,C W X SX 3, bsss P T TD , 's'5 9 xxix '1E:lF'F,' mf lfsxx J Spanish Cub 3 The Spanfsh Clubs main purpose vvas ro learn rhe Spanish culrure rhrough special acrlvlrles Club ofh cers were Kurr Abrahamson presf denr Terl Freeze vlce presldenr and 77na Orr secrerary Sponsors were Mrs Dororhy Oehrn and Mlss Cheryl Presron 2 I ,-. Presldenr Sponsors Joon Roberrson ond Gus Spono Mefonie Hmm 29 Loco! Members Compere ln E venrs DECA porrlopored fn morlserrng comperfrions, ron rne funcnroom boolfsrore, wenr on o rhree-doy ski rrfp, ond nekned our fn o nounf- ed house. Crosses, Whlfh Consfsred of sophomores, junfors, ond sen' iors, mer during perfods 1,2,.3,4. ln rhe foil, 29 loco! srudenrs porrfopore ed fn rhe Wesrern Regionob or rne BroodMoor Horel, one of rne oc- rfvfrfes Whlffh heb Dlsrrlburlve Eduf corfon closses ro develop leodere ship obllfrfes fn rne business world. Secrerory Treasurer Down Gusrofson Lindo Gorromone Publicfry Direcror V. Presfdenr Boro Sronron John Kfrlfporrfds 1'-'wma , W 'V-in-u-,u A mN,,,,.a-' 'I W'-Q INXH Q. os. 3 W M. ,.-v u. 'YUM ,A X 'whrq - W W 4.2 fi, 5 Mrs Ruby Wyorr Borrofn Row C Gunning, L. Coclosure, 5. Horyoncic, M. Huck, K. Kidweil, K. Worron, T Mrs. Cngfy Kogngfqg Fredrickson Top Row. L. Von Heech, 5. Eohrd, C Mcnoel, D, Low, P, Hechowsifi, G. KrehbieL C Bornhill R Wollser. Borrom Row: D. Clemenrs, G. Scnoffer, C Dyer, M. Hucls, K. Downey, K Wolrers Middle Row L. Serno, J. Groves, D. Lewis, K. Weilens, T Sroops, K. Grouberger. Top Row K Vorneii E Doroczi, L. Sodoiris, M. Deli D. 5orrenrino, J. Loir, P. Ross. HERO Works For Horne Ec Coreers HERO ond Heo mer periods one rhrough rhree. Heo ono' HERO hove nod workshops on Hrsroid poriiornenrory proceedure, ond Coreer planning. The purpose vvos ro promofe on inreresr in Home Economic Coreers ond leodersnip in building. The sponsors were Mrs. Wyorr ond obo Mrs. Koeneife. .. Q5 . Borrorn Row M Aexonder, L. Gorron, C Longerrig D. Schlurer Top Row C . . i Shonnon, M. Poyner, L, Word N. Mbon, M. Borrierr. as Q9 of N... FHA ls Concerned On Communiry Life The Furure Homemolsers of Amere ico choprer plonned o spring fosh' ion show ond olso worked in o hounred house in Ocrooer, FHA wos involved in service prqecrs 4 such os decororing nursing homes for Chrisrmos. FHA consisring of Qo 5 members hod o purpose ro pro A more leodership ond involvemenr lx' in ocriviries relored ro home, fom- Sponsor Mrs. Jon Scrogon, Presidenr Thereso Clinlfenbeord ily, ond communiry life. ff W. -.-ummm-q 'S'-C3 'Nix Row 1: P. Borron, Treasure, L, Schroeder Hcrorion. Row 2, P. Chen Public Relorions, M. Philhps Wce-Pres., 5. Kissell Secrerory - K- C, ' 5"g?9FH-x .r f f . , If s , ,r 4, s I "' X 4' - iv . -a- f.-9' BorromRow,- T, Lobenz, P. Cheh, T Oinlsenbeord, 5, Kissell, P. Dorron, L Schroeder, L. Korsoy, K. Word B. Sorrenrino Row 2. Mrs, J. Scrogon, 5. Aldrich, 5. lshmon, H. Wodleigh, J Mullfin, P. Lidsrer, J. Lerho, M, Philips Top Row, M Thomos, J Quinn, 5 Johnson, R. Morrinez, C Berres, A. Korsoy, C Rorh, C. Dyer EVERYONE I5 A HOMEMAKER J Borrofn Bow. Vlce Presldenr 5. Srory, Presldenr D. Twehous Row 2 Secrerary P Barron Parlramenrarian 5. Terer, Reporrer C Srrasoaugh Hlsrorlan N Pascal FBLA Gers Funds For Srare Conresrs The Furure Business Leaders of Amerlca ls a Chaprer for srudenrs who were enrolled rn a ouslness Class. They planned a year hlled wlrh funderarslng acrfvirfes and dls- rrlcr and srare conresrs They sold Calendars, memo- ooards, and sruffed anirnak ro raise money. They also held oalse sales and had parries. Ar Chrrsrrnas rhey dlsrrioured rrears ro rhe facule rye Thls year FBLA was sponsored oy Mrs. Charleen Yocum 5 A A I 'rl'ss q Club Members I l Hep Needy ln C ammuhlry The Key Club ls a Club afl7llared wlrh rhe Klwarfs Oub af Arvada. Their purpase ls ra heb people lh rhe Cammurwrys The dub played baslferball wlrh rhe bays ar Ridge l-lame and Laa- lfaur MOUOTOIT7 Bays l-lame. They vvarlsed wlrh rhe chalr ra arrange carvcerrs ar hurslhg homes. They aka palhred rhe harrh wall of rhe The Key Club was spahsared by Mr E d Tyrrell and Miss layce Davfsf san XL Wte Presfdehr T Freeze, Presldehr K Abrahamsah Treasurer 5. Lasassa. Secreraryr U bx Cb My V T ,, J ff ny' H ,.na..,, -i .m,, g, , Borrom Row: K. Abrahamson, 5. Bendel, A. Blalsenshp, M. Sivers, T. Taylor, L, Osborne, T Freeze, 1 Buhr, C Swanson and Z. Prochazlsa Row 2: l Whirheld, D, Gusrafson, K, Nemmers, 5. Carpenrer, MV. Barr, M. Anderson, V. Bauer, 5. Coons, J, Tooley and C. Orr Row 3: R. Haviland B. Branson, D. Drown, C. Smirh, D. Kimball and K. Mason Narional Honor 5 -11 Li O vw Honor Sociery Holds C anoldare Elecrion Lasr fall members of Narional Hon- or Sociery organized a "mock elecrion" for rhe srudenrs ar AHS, Local candidares came ro express rheir views on several issues. The srudenr body was rhen allowed ro vore for rheir Choices. Orher acriviries sponsored by Na- rional Honor Sociery included a homecoming game caravan, rhe senior direcrories, o road rally and a progressive dnner. The 31 members were selecred by rhe faculry for rheir characrer, service, leadership and academics. Sponsors were Alan Blankenship and Missy Sivers. ,-My i l ' f' , i" if . 5 M K ,,,,,, si ,J was Mg., 5 greece I Borromf Presidenr T Taylor, Treasurer T Freeze, Wee Presidenr L. Osborne and Secrerary L. Chambers fnor shown? nys .4 7 X .. 5 I Q if i l K ' S. I 3, L,LL K .Ai , We 4 N 1.1 . ...- ..,.. ...M ...- ..--.- XT. -V 2 ,' 0 y Mne Take Warren Vocarional Courses Work Experience Srudy Program had nine of rheir srudenrs enrolled ar War' ren Tech. As a club rhe WE5 srudenrs had planned educarional Held rrlps, a bowling parry, a skaring parry, bake sales, a planr sale, a picnic and a luncheon for reachers who have WE5 srudenrs in rheir classes, One of rhe highlighrs was an employer and ern ployee breakfasr in rhe spring. The club was sponsored by Mr Bill Kirby and Mrs. Becky Hudson. Officers for rhe club were Carolyn Taylor as presidenr, Warren Wallace as vicee presidenr, and Sreve Minor as secre- rary-rreasurer. Krisry Carlson, Roberr Gonzales, 5reve Minor, Arn Sasim, lm Skaggs, Barbara Mllard, and David Zaba have re- ceived recognirion from various orgaf nlzarions in rhe cornmuniry for heb- lng in rhese organizarions. Ll C, -2 d, i 1- Wmnuui: Back: Carolyn Taylor, Pres, Warren Wallace, Wce-Pres Borrorn- Sreve Minor, Sec. 1 E f-.Q .-L. Wm HA 7 We would hke ro rake rhs opporruniry ro give rhanks ro all rhose people who helped wirh rhe yearbook We are grareful ro Mr Dick Lrghrner and his phorography classes for raking phoros for rhe yearbook A big rhanks goes ro rhe yearbook srafi especially rhe secrion leaders, who have been undersrandng and supporrive rhrough many rrying rimes We 'd hke ro rhank Mr. Jack Eckharr for his cooperarion and hebfulness A special rhanks ro M55 Georgelynn Schmidler for all her parience and guidance rhrough rhe year. Yearbook is nor rhe easy class mosr people rhink ir is lr requires o lor of rime and efforr. On rhe hrsr day of class mosr people come in nor knowing rhe nrsr rhing abour crearing a yearbook Bur a person musr learn very fasr or rhe deadhne wiW pass rhem by. This years sraff has worked rogerher very well and has come up wirh many new ideas. As edrors of rhe yearbook, we had ro learn how ro work and compro mse wirh each orher and our sraff We fried coming up wirh new ideas rhis year rhar would make rhe '61 Redskin unique We have eryoyed working and learning wirh rhe sraff and Miss Schmidler We hope in years ro come rhar everyone will look rhrough rhis book and remember all rhe good rimes spenr ar AHS. G Besr of luck ro everyone, MMMM Edirors 0 Senlor Acrlvlrres KURT ABRAHAMSON Baskerball 123 Foorball 23 Key Gub 23 Spanish Club 123 Tennls123 ABASS AGHASHARF Soccer 3 Ham Rada 3 Ourdoor Lab Counselor 3 MlS77 ALEXANDER DECA 12 HEO 3 CPIESIUEDTJ Yearbook 3CSecnon Leader! KATHY ANDERSEN Yearbook 3CAs srsranr Edrrorl BRYAN ANDERSON German Gub 1 Soccer 1 STEVE ANDERSON FCA 2 3 Foorball 1 QJCCODTOIDJ Track 123 Wres rllng 12 3 ROSS AZZARELLA Baseball 123 GEOFIREY BARNES A Gub 23 Foorball 1 2 3 BETH BARTA Chorale 3 Concert Cholr 1 Gymnasnc 12 PATRICIA BARTON FBLA 3 FHA 3 French Club 2 Serenaders 1 Tnbe DA WD BARON Soccer 1 VERA BAUER A Gub 123 Cross Counrry 2 3CCaprarnJ German Oub 3 Marh Club 3 Trads 123 KIRK BEAULIEU A Club 123 Soccer 12 3 Tradf 1 2 3 CRAIG BEELER A Gub 23 Foorbol 1 2 3 JOHN BELOHRAD Soccer 1 STAC Y BENDEL Chorale 3 Forensrcs 2 3 NHS 2 3 Ourdoor Lab Counsel or 123 SIUd6f7I Counal123 KELLYBESORE FBLA 2 Junror Escon STEVEBUEGHLY Baseball 123 Bas kerboll 12 Crass Counrry 12 Foor ball 13 HEIDI BEHUNIN Ourdoor Lab Coun selor 2 3 MELETA BELL French Gub 2 HERO LEE BENDELE A Gub 23 Soccer 1 DEBBIE BERDAHL Baskerball 2 Ll brary Asslsr 1 Soccer 3 Volleyball DEBORA BERDAHL Adub 123 Baskerball 12 Soccer 123 fall Srarek Volleyball 123 DAVE BETZ Arrow Sraff 3 Ourdoor Lab Counselor 123 Spanlsh Club 1 JOMBEXLEY DECA 3 Serenaders 1 BRENT BIRD Chorale 23 Chorallers 2 ConcerrCholr1 Jr Escorr2 Mo dernarres 3 DAVID BLSENIEK5 Concerr chOIf 1 FFA 23 Srudenr Teodvrng 2 DIANE BISTLINE Yearbook Sraff 3 Gecrlon Leaderl DARCY BLACK Basketball 1 FBLA MIKE BLACK Foorball 123 Track 123 Whos who 3 JEFF BLAKESLEE Russian Club 123 fVrce Presrdner? CPresldenr 32 BILL BLALACK A Club 3 Baseball 1 Soccer 12 3 SHETLA BOLAND Drama Club 1 Whos who 3 JOE BOLES Wresrlrng 1 WAYNE BOTT Baseball 2 3 Basker ball 12 French Club 12 Foorball 12 3 NHS 2 3 MIKEBOWER Arrow Sraff23 Cross Caunrry 23 Ourdoor Lab Counsel or 3 Swlmmlng 123 LYNN BOYLE FBLA 2 Larrn Club 2 3 Tnbe 1 KA77-IY BOYLES Concerr Chorr 2 Serenoders 1 MARK BRADFORD Baseball 13 FCA 23 FHA 23 HERO 23 Sru denr Senare 2 KEN BRANDENBURG Cross Counrry 23 Foorball 1 WResrlng 123 KIM BRANUM DECA 1 Fesnval 13 VICKI BRAUCH Adub 23 Chan 2,3. 'V ' 1 0 2, I ' 5. I ' rmck 1,2,3. ' ' .1 ' 'I I 1,2. I 'H relles 1, Drama Club 1 Soccer 1,2, 3, Oose Up 2 DENISE BRETZ Hag Team 2, Ger man Oub 2, Morchrng Bond 1,2,3, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 2,3, Wrnd Ensemble 3 JOHN BREWER Chorale 2 3, Chora lers 3 ED BRIAN DECA 3 GINA BRIGGS Fesrrvol Chorus 1, 2,3 Marchrng Band 1, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 3, Track 2,3 JANET BRONNENBERG Jr !Sr Band 2,3, Marchrng Band 1,2,3, Sopho more Band 1, 3, Mnd Ensemble 2,3 GUY BROUILLETTE Ham Rada 3, Jazz Band 1,2, Jr fSr Band 12, Marchrng Band 1, 2, Yearbook 3, DIANE BROWN Larrn Club 1,2, NHS 2,3, Tennrs 1,2,3 Volleyball 1, Year book 3 SCOTT BROWNING A Club 1,2,3, Srudenr Councrl 3, Swrmmrng 1,2,3 DALE BRUNO- DECA 2, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 3 DANIEL BUCHTEL Baskerball 2,3, Chorale 3, Chorolrers 3, Concerr Chorr 1,2 BRAD BURT Track 2, Foorball 3 SHELLY BUSCH A-Club 2, Peach Oub 1,2,3, Track 2, Tnbe 1,2 DEBBIE BUZICK DECA 2,3, FBLA 2, Srudenr Assnr 3, Yearbook 3 DEENA BYARS French Oub 1, Jazz Band 1,2, Jr fSr Band 2f5ecreraryP Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Wrnd Ensem ble 31 Xnce Presrdenr? DAVE BYBEE DECA 2,3 FRED CAMERON Ourdoor Lab Counselor 1, Swrmmrng 1 DIANE CAPALDO Arrow Sraff 2,3, DECA 2, Spanrsr Oub 1,2 SARAH CARPENTER- Baskerball 1,2, NHS 2, 3, Srudenr Councrl 1,2 KSecre raryl, 3IPresrdenr2, Track 1,2,3, Vol reyoarr 1,2,3 KRISTY CARLSON Soccer 1,2,3, Sru denr Councrl 1,2,3, Swrmmrng 1,2, 3, Trrbe 2 CHERIE CARNER Chorale 3, Chora llers 3, Concerr Chorr 1,2, Orchesrra 1,2, Yearbook 3 BILL CARSON Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basker' ball 1, Foorball 1, Jazz Band 1,2, Mo' dernarres 3 TONY CAVALIER German Oub 1,2,3 DA VID CERRONE Cross Counrry 2, Wresrlrng 1,2,3 LIBBI CHAMBERS Arrow Sraff 2, 3!Edrrorl, Grrls Srare 2, Marh Oub 1,2,3, NHS 3, Pam-Pon 2,3 KIRK CHAPMAN Swrmmrng 1,2,3 KEVIN CHARMICHAEL Baseball 13, Sophomore 1 BETH CHAVES- DECA 2,3 GLORIA CHRISTOPHERSON DECA 2,3 LORI CHRISTOPHERSON DECA 2,3 ANNE CHRISTY Baskerball 1 Chan relles 1 Cancerr Chorr 2, Track 1 JERI CHOL DECA 3, Drum Mcyorerre 3, Jazz Band 3, Jr,fSr Band 2, Mod Ensemble 3 BARB CHURCHES Chanrelles 1 Cho role 2,- Choralrers 2 GLENN CLARK Debare 2, 3, Concerr Chorr 1, Forensrcs 2,3, Ham Radio 3, Marh Oub 12,3 RHONDA CLAX TON HERO 3, Jr!Sr Band 2, Morchrng Band 1,2,3, Soph- omore Band 1 Mod Ensemble 3 CORINNE CLEGG' Chorale 2,3, Mo' dernalres 3, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 2, Prn Pak 2,3, Thesprans 2,3 TIM COLANDER Baskerball I MELLSSA COOKE Cheerleader 2,3, FBLA 3, Tennrs 1, Track 2,3 STACY COONS A-Club 1-2,3, Foren srcs 3, NHS 2,3, I-Wn Pals 3, Soccer role 2, Forensrcs 2,3, Ourdoor Lao Counselor 3, Srudenr Councrl 3 CHRB GOE TZ German Club 2, Jazz Club 2,3, Marchrng Band 1,2,3, Mnd Ensemble 2,3 LISA GOMEZ Chanrelles 2, Cheer- leader 1, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 2 CARLA GOODRICH A Club 1, 2,3, Concerr Chorr 1, 2, Srudenr Councrl 3, Swrmmrng 1,2,3 Yearbook 3 CEdr- rorl TIPPIN GOOSTREE Ourdoor Lab Counselor 2,3, Prn Pak 3, Srudenr Councrl 1, 2,3, Yearbook 3 LAURA GOR TON Concerf Chorr, HERO 3 MARIA GRAFF Marchrng Band 1,2,3, Orchesrro 1,2,3, Jr ,fSr Band 1,2, Wnd Ensemble 1 KELLI GRAUBERGER HERO 3, Sru- denr Teacher 3 GENE GRAY Baseball 1, 2,3, Foorball 1,2,3, Srudenr Councrl 2, Wresrlrng 1,2 GEORGE GRAY Baseball 1,2,3, Foorball 1, 2, Tennrs 3, Wresrlrng 1, 2,3 HEATHER GRAY Baskerball 1, Cheerleader 2 Gymnasrrcs 1,2, Sru denr Teachrng 3, Tennrs 1,2,3 DA VID GUIDA- A'Oub 2,3, Basker ball 1, 2, Foorball 1, 2,3 LAURA HALL FBLA 2 BRIAN HAMILTON Foorball 2,3, Track 3 KATHY HANNA Arrow Sraff 3, FHA 1, 2, Lrbrary 3, Ourdoor Lab Counsel or 2, Turorrng 3 KRISTIHARDER Drama 1, 2, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 3, Spanrsh Club 12, Thesprans 3 JOANI HARR5 Chanrelles 2, French Club 1,2,3, Jr fSr Band 2,3, March' Ing Bond 1,2,3, Sophomore 1 SHARI HAR TZ Lrbrary 1 ROD HA VILAND. Baseball 12, Cha- rale 3, Charallers 3, NHS 3, Tennls 1,2,3 DIANE HEADLEE Baskerball 1, Gym- nasrrcs 1,2, Tennrs 1,2 GREG HEDGES' Marchrng Band 1, Swrmmrng 1 TIM HEGGENBERGER Baseball 1, 2,3, ECA 2, 3, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 1, Srudenr Councrl 1, 2K Presrdenrl JULIENE HENDRICKS Fesrrval Chorus 3, FHA 2, Serenaders 12 GORDON HILL Concerr Chorr 2, DECA 2,3 ANN HIX Jazz Bond 2,3, Marchrng Band 2,3, Swrmmrng 2 MELODY HORTA Eesrrval Chorus 1 STEVE HOKENSON Jr fSr Band 1 Marchrng Band 3, Mnd Ensemble 1 BELLE HOBSON Marchrng Band 1, Sophomore Bond 1 TAMI HOTT DECA 2,3 JENNI HUFFMAN DECA 3, Lrbrary 2, Trlbe 1 CRAIG HUGHES Russran Club 2,3, Soccer 1, 2,3 JANELL HUSS Cheerleader 2, Cho- rale 2,3, Chorolrers 2, Modernarres 3, Whos Who 2 GAYLENEIRMER DECA 1 CHRIS JOHNSON DECA 2 WENDY JOHNSON Arrow 2, French Oub 2, 3, Trrbe 2 NEAL JOHNSTON- Foorball 1,2,3 DENISE JUESCHKE HERO 2,3, Junlar Achrevemenr 2, 3, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 3 PAULA KAISER Larrn Oub 1, 2, Year book 3 DAN KALMBACH German Oub 3 MELBSA KARICH FBLA 1 PAUL KARLSTRUM Chorale 2,3, Concen Chorr 1, Soccer 1,3, Srudenr Teachrng 3 KURT KAUEEMAN Foorball 1,3 3 DA VID OBERTO Coacer' Cao' 12 Soccer 1,2,3 ANDREA OGG Crass Camry 3 FCA 23 Key Cub 3 Oucoar Loc Couhseror 3, Traccc 12,3 GREG OLETSKI Baseball 123, FCA 23, Foorbaff 123 Gehoah Cao 2,3, W'es'ff1g 2 3 TINA ORR Bomber Gfr-' 2,3 NI-:S 2,3 Spahrsh Club 2,3l'TreQ5L,r9r Secre 'aryl ROGER OR TON Chorare 23 Chor alrers 2, Cahcerr Chorr 1 Moaer hares 3 Thesorchs 23 LYNN OSBORNE Choroe 2 3 Mah CILJO 23, Mooerhafres 3 AHS 2 3 Thesoraes 2 3 JERRY PACHELLO Eoo'oa1 1 Wres 'frog 1,2 LIZ PALMER Drama Oub 1, 2, Erehch Club 2, Owaoar Lab COOFWSGTOF 3 Serehaaers 1, Thbe 3 ANITA PAPPAS Juhror Escorr 2, Grrls Srare 3 Pam Pon 2,3 Srudehr Cobhcrl 11Secrerary,Y, 2, Yearaoow Sraff 31Edrror2 JOANNE PEDERSEN Cohcerr Chorr 2, Fesrrval Chorr 1, Frehch Guo 1 KNUTE PETERSON Basfseroajl 1,2,3 ELIZABETH PILLING Cheerleader 1, Prh Pal 2 CHERI PLESSINGE? F esrrval Chorus 3, Ouraoor lab Cauhselar 1, 2, Serehad ers 1,2, Trrbe 1 LISA PIIPPO Feyryal Chorus 2 Ger mah Club 2, Serehaaers 1 MARK PLUMMER Ourdoor Lab Couhselor 3 LISA PLLJTA Chahrelles 3, Cheer leader 1,2,3 CARLA POLSON Volleyball 1 STEWART POTTER Cross Couhrry 2,3, Traclf 1,2,3 Yearboals Sraff 3 MANUEL POYNER HERO 3CWce Presldehrl CAROL PRIBYL Ourdoor Lab Couh selor 2,3 JULIE PRICE r A Gub 3, C'os5 Cauhrry 3, DECA 2, Spahrsh Oub 2,3, Tehhrs 1, 2,3 LBA QUARA TINO A Oub 123, Cross Couhrry 1,2,3KCaprarh9, DECA 2, Ouraoar Lab Counselor 2,3, Hn Pal 2, JAMIE RAE Orchesrra 3 LALJRE REJEWSKI DECA 2,3 MARK RAMSE Y Chorale 2, 3, Chora Irers 2, 3, Fesrrval Chorus 1 Golf 1 DEAN RAY Wresrllng 2,3 KELLY REHFELD A Club 1,2, Cheer leader 2,3 GREG RENZELMAN Foorball 1,2,3, Wresrlrhg 1,2 JANICE Rl-IYNE, Chorale 2,3, Chora llers 3, German Club 12,3, Srudehr Couhcrl 1,2,3, Swrrh Team 1,2,3 ART RICE SWICF Tearh 2 GINA RICHARDS DECA 3, Larln Oub 3 JIM RICHARDSON A Guo 2,3, Gross Couhrry 3, Soccer 1, Wresrlrhg 1,2,3 SCOTT RICHEY Eoorball 1 KEN RICKER Baslferball 1, Foorball 3, Traclf 1,2,3 BRAD ROGERS A Club 2,3, Baseball 1, Eoorball 1,2,3 Spahrsh Club 1 KA THY ROGERS Color Guara 3, Fes rrval Chorrs 1, Ourdoar Lab Counsel ar 3, Srudehr Teachrhg 3 MARK ROUGHTON Cross Couhrry 2, Russrah Oub 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, Traclf 1, 2,3 RHONDA RUCKER Chohrelles 1,2 DECA 3, Sruaehr Assrsrahr 3 HOLLY RUPPEL Drama Club 2, For ehsres 3, Genfrran Club 1, 2, Larrh C'ub 3, Thesprahs 2,3 TODD SALLEE Arrow Sfaff 2, 3, Crass Couhrry 3, Foorball 1, Traclf 12,3 Boho 12 3 SwvhW'.hg1 U r'er2 3 Who Efwsemoe 1 KIM THIBODEAU CWOTCIQ 23, Cho' offers 2 Mooefhares 3 Owcoor Lab Comsero' 12 Sw M" ' BARBARA THOMAS LG'O Cbo 12 CHRISTINE THOMAS Chorale 3 Chorawers 3 Tw r'e' 23 March We Baac 123 Yecrooow Sw? 3 MBCHELLE THOMAS Aww Staff 3 Eeshvaf Chorus 23 Eorehscs 23 FHA 2 3 SHARI THOMAS Yecrooorf 52:11 3 LISA TIMMERMAN Charolrers 3 Cho 'ae 3 Cancer' Cho' 12 SCOTT TONE Baseoo 123 GREG TOOLE Y Baslsefoarl 1,2,3 Chorafe 23, Chorafrers 23 NHS 3 T9'V'f5 1 JEFF TOOLEY A Cub 3, Bassebarf 1,2,3, Chorale 23 Choralrers 2,3 NHS 3 ANGIE TRAVIS Ar'ow SFCC 1 FBLA 1,2,3, Gyrrvhasrrcs 1,2,3, Yearboolf 3 COLLEEN TREMBATH Arrow STG!! 2,3, Marchrhg Banc 1,2,3 Russroh Club 1,23 DEBBIE TURNER Chorale 2,3 Mrss Reaslfrh 3, Mooerharres 3, Trfoe 3 DONNA TWEHOUS FBLA 1,2,3, Soc Cer 1 TERESA URIE Arraw Sraff 3 KRISTIE VARNELL Chorale 3, Cah cerr Chorr 1, 2, HERO 3, Srudehf Assrs rahr 3 CARLEEN VIDICK Baslserball 1,2, Val Ieyball 1,2 ROB VOLKERT Baseball 1,2,3, Bas lferball 1,2, Foorball 1,2,3 LEANNE WADLEIGH Chorale 3 Cor: cerr Chorr 1, 2,1 Trrbe 12,31 Vrce Presr dehrj, Yearbook Sraff SCSGCIIOIT Leaderl Peer Couhselrhg 3 KAMMY WALTERS HERO 3KWce PTESIUGHIP SI-IELLY WAGNER Arrow Sraff 3, Spahrsh Gub 2 DONALD WATERS NHS 2,3, Larrh Club 1,2,3, Ourdoor Lab Counselor 1, Wresrllng 1,2,3 CINDI WICHAEL Baslferball 1 Coh cerr Charr 1,2, HERO 3 LAURA WARD HERO 3, Llbrahy 1,2, Srudehr Assrsrahr 1, 2, 3. LORI WARD- Srudenr Assrsrahr 3, Yearbook 3. RUSS WARD, Larrh Club 3, Soccer 2,3, Wresrhrvg 1,2,3 JEFF WEAVER Baseball 1,2,3 BERNY WELSH DECA 2,3CHrsronahJ JIM WHITFIELD A Gub 1,2,3, NHS 2, 3, Key Club 2, Ouraoor Lab Cauh selar 1, Soccer 1,2,3 TERRY WHITAKER Fesrrval Chorus 2, 3, Spanrsh Gab 2,3 JOE WILKINS Swrrhrhrhg 1,2,3 KELLY WILLIAMS Cohcerr Chorr 2, Fesrryal Chorus 1, Key Oub 2 ROBER TA WILLIAMS A club 1, Larrh Oub 3, Prh Pal 2,3, Swrmrhrhg 1,2,3 MINDY WILSON Basleerboll 1, Cheer leader 1, Choralrers 2, FBLA 1,2,3, Gymhasm 1 LAURA WOODS Jr f5r Baba 2, Marchrhg Band 2, 3, Moa Ehserhble 3 CHRIS WONDERLY Golf 12,3, Pack 2,3 LARRY WRIGHT DECA 3 HYEONG YOON Larrr' Cub 12 Marh Club 2, Spahrsh Club 2CPresf dear? LEIGH ANNE ZIMMERMAN Ge-Khao Club 2, Yearboolf 3 ZANE ZWEMKE Golf 1,2,3 INDEX Aorrs, R. p. 182 188 Abeyro, L. p. 125 Abrohomson, A. p. 125, 263 Abrahamson, K. p. 15, 12 263, 270 Abromeir, D. p. 125, 208 Adair, D. p. 125 Adam, E p. 83, 102, 260 Adams, A. p. 83 Addson, J. Coun. p. 169 Aghashoriii A. p. 12 202 258 Aguirre, 5. p, 83 Akers, J. p. 125 Albershardr, T. p. 83 Alberrs, M. p. 125 Alberrson, T p. 125 Albnrron, J. p. 83 Aldnch, 5. p. 8, 267 Alexander, M. p. 12 255, 266 Allen, Shauna p. 125 Allen, Susan p. 83, 196 Buchrel, D. Amenl, 5. p. 124, 125, 210 Andersen, Karhleen p. 12 254 Andersen, Keirh p. 83, 187 Anderson, G. p. 125, 198 Anderson, B. p. 17 Anderson, J. p. 125, 193 Anderson, K. p. 125 Anderson, Michael p. 12 208, 263, 270 Anderson, Myles p. 125 Anderson, 5. p. 12 186, 182 188, 192 Angel, V. p. 83 Anselmo, L. p. 125 Anselmo, M. p. 83, 259 Arz, L. p. 125, 216, 217 Appelhans, M. p. 83 Applehunr, L. p. 17 Arbuckle, A. p. 125, 214, 259 Arbuckle, L. p. 125 Archer, J. p. 83 Arko, F p. 125, 193 Armyo, G. p. 83 Arnold, J. p. 17 Arnrzen, 5. p. 83 Assmus, R. p. 83, 206 Arreberry, 5. Foc. p. 172, 172 262 Avenriep, V. p. 83 Azzorella, R. p. 12 277 Baayen, R. p. 83, 193 Baca, F p. 125, 203 Bachicha, G. p. 125 Bain, B. p. 125, 262 Boinrer, C. p. 125 Bakanec, M. Fac. p. 172, 177 Baker, K. p. 125 Bokel, A. Sec. p. 170 Bakum, B. p. 83 Baldng, 5. p. 83, 263 Baile, J. p. 125, 193 Banich, J. 83, 200, 201, 206 Banks, K. p. 125 Bannon, 5. p. 125 Baroque, J. p. 125 Barber, 5. p. 125 Boril, J. p. 83 Barlow, D 83, 233 Barnes, C p. 84, 182 188, 208 Barnes, G. p. 12 187 Bornerr, 5. p. 17 Boron, David p. 18 Baron, Diane p. 126 Borrerr, M. p. 18 Borriga, J. p. 84 Barra, B. p. 18 Barra, L. p. 84, 261 Barrh, J. p. 84 Borrh, W. p. 126 Borrlerr, M. p. 18, 266 Barron, E. p. 84, 263 Barron, P. p. 18, 267 Barron, 5. p. 84 Borwis, M. p. 18 Bashford, R. p. 18 Bosserr, B. Fac. 176 Borraglino, C p. 126 Bauer, V. p. 198, 250, 252 270 Baumgard, E p. 126 Baxrer, B. p, 126 Beach, NV p. 126 Beard, A. p. 126 Beauleu, K. p. 18, 206 Beaver, B. Fac. 173 Bechrle, M, p. 126 Beeler, C p. 19, 187 Behaylo, E p. 126 Belcher, B. Foc. p. 172 Bel6ore, K. p. 19, 198, 245 Bell, D. p. 19 Bell, M. p. 19, 266 Bell, 5. p. 126 Belohrad, J. p. 19 Benallo, G. p. 126 Benallo, R. p. 19 Benck, K. p. 19 Bendel, 5. p. 16, 19, 76, 72 116, 220, 270 Bendele, L. p. 20 Bendele, R. p. 126 Bender, D. p. 126 Bender, Tommy p. 126 Bender, Troy p. 84 Benoir, Berberr, 5. p. 126 R. p. 126, 214 Berdohl Debbie p. 20, 216, 217 Berdahl, Debara p. 20, 216, 217 Berdohl, T. p. 126, 196, 203 Berg, R. p. 126 Berger, J. p. 126 Bergin, L. p. 84 Bernard, C. p. 84 Berres, C. p. 126, 267 Berry, P. p. 84 Berryman, S. p. 216 Besore, K. p. 20 Desr, D. p. 84 Berhel, G. Prin. p. 168 Berz, D. p. 20,252 Berz, J. p. 126 Berz, K. p. 84 Berzler, A. p. 20 Bexley, J. p. 20 Biegel, N. p. 84 Bird, B. p. 20, 247 Bisenieks, D. p. 20 Bisrline, D. p. 2, 20, 255 Black, D. p. 21 Black, J. p. 126 Black, M. p. 21, 186, 182 188 Blackburn, B. p. 126 Blain, J. p. 84, 103 Blair. H. p. 175, 181 Blakeslee, J. p. 21, 262 Blalock, W. p. 21, 206 Blalock, B. p. 127 Blankenship, A. Foc. p. 173, 270 Blorrer, B. p. 127 Blarrer, L. p. 127 Blorrer, R. p. 84 Blevins, E p. 127 Blevins, L. p. 84 Blevins, M. p. 21 Blounr, P. p. 84 Blue, D, p. 21 Bobian, 5. p. 84 Boeck, B. p. 85 Boeck, XV p. 76, 72 122 190, 203 Boeka, K. p. 85 Boland Sheila p. 21 Boland, Susan p. 85 Boles, D. p. 127 Boles, J. p. 21 Borski E p. 127 Bosick, A. Cook p. 184 Boswell, 5. p. 122 259 Barr, D. p. 122 203, 270 Barr, L. p. 85, 216 Borr, XV p. 21, 186, 182 188 Borrom, L. p. 127 Borrom, R. p. 85 Bower, M. p. 21, 208, 252 Bowler, D. p. 127 Bowman, J. p. 85, 210 Bowman, 5. p. 124 Bowser, K. p. 170 Boyer, D. p. 85 Boyle, E. p. 22 Boyles, Maude p. 22 Boyles, Maureen p. 127 Bradford, G. p. 122 190, 193 Bradford, M. p. 22 Bradley, D. p. 127 Braly, 5. p. 122 203 Brandenburg, K. p. 22, 144, 192 Branhamm, M. p. 124 Branson, B. p. 14, 16, 22, 216, 212 220, 221, 270 Brarren, J. Fac. p. 159, 172, 175, 186, 187 . Bronum, K. p. 22, 220 Brauch, V p. 22 Brazil, J. p. 127 Brerz, D. p. 22 Brewer, L. p. 85, 114, 228 Brewsrer, G. p. 127 Brion, M. p. 127 Briggs, Gina p. 22 Briggs, Gregory p. 127 Briscoe, A. p 127 Briscoe, 5. p. 190 Briscoe, M. p. 85 Brisrol, 5. p. 127 Brock, A. p. 85, 220 Brockerr, J. 85, 242 257 Brockerr, V. p. 127 Brockway, J. p. 85, 257 Bronk, L. p. 85, 211, 217 Bronnenberg, James p. 127 Bronnenberg, Joner p. 22 Bronson, R. p. 85 Brooks, D. p. 85 Brooks, L. p. 127 Brough, J. p. 127 Brauillerre, G. p. 23, 255 Brown, B. p. 85, 120 Brown, D. p. 2, 23, 254, 270 Brown, J. Fac. p. 72, 177 Brown, K. p. 190 Brown, M. p. 128, 259 Brown, T p. 85, 128, 244, 245 Brown, XV. p. 128 Browning, 5. p. 16, 23, 208, 220 Bro wnson, T. p. 85 Bruce, J. p. 23 Brunerre, M. p. 86 Bruno, D. p. 23 Bruno, 5. p. 86 Brunr, G. p. 128 Brunr, M. p. 86 Bryonr, L. p 128 p. 23 Buck, R. p. 128 Buderus, B. p. 128 Bueghly, 5. p. 23, 182 188 Buelrer, O. Coun. p. 169 Buhr, E p. 128, 210 Buhr, J. p. 23 Buhr, R. p. 86, 210, 270 Bukowski E p 231, 251 Buller, 6, p. 86 Bunn, J p. 23 Burback, B. p. 86 Burch, D. p. 128 Burgord, J. p. 128, 210, 217 Burge, R. p. 128, 216, 217 Burgess, C p. 18, 120, 128, 240 Burkharr, D. p. 128 Burr, B. p. 23, 182 188 Busch, 5. p. 24 Bush, K. p. 128 Busros, S. p. 128 Buzick, D. p. 24, 255 Byars, D. p. 24, 237 Bybee, D. p. 24 Cade, M. p 128, 202, 203 Cody, 5. p. 196 Coffey, D. Foc. p. 172, 177 Carlson, C. p. 210 Cahill, D. p. 86 Calderone, J. p 128 Calkins, D. p. 128 Calkins, 5. p. 24 Callahan, Berh p. 86, 257 259 Callahan, Brion p. 24, 187 188 Callahan, E p. 128 Callahan, L. p. 86 Cameron, F p. 24 Campbell, C p. 86 Campbell, J. p. 24 Cannon, L. p. 86, 210 Cannon, M. p. 86 Canrerbury, 7 p. 128, 214 Canrwell, D. p 86, 231 Canzona, K. p. 86, 222 Capaldo, D. p, 25, 252 Capps, T p. 25 Capra, K. p. 86 Carey, F. p 86 Carlson, D p. 86 Carlson, K. p. 25, 272 Carmack, M. p. 86 Carmosino, L. p. 128 Corner, C. p. 25, 114, 255 Corner, lf p. 128 Carpenrer, J. p. 87 187 Carpenrer, K. p. 129 Carpenrer, 5. p. 15, 16, 25, 217 218, 220, 263, 270 Carr, J p. 129, 190 Chavez, Sheri p. 129 Chea, L. p. 26 Cheer, A. p. 26 Chen, P. p. 87 267 Chilcore, J. Sec. p. 170 Choe, E. p. 129 Choi, J. p. 26, 235 Chopper, G. p. 87 Chrisrensen, A. Foc. p. 179 Chnsriansen, J. 173 Chrisrapherson, G. p 27 Chrisropherson, L. p. 27 Chrisry, A. p. 27 Churches, B. p. 27 Churches, C Fac. p. 175, 192, 195 Oacco, A. p. 87 173, 187 228 Claeys, T p. 87 Claeys, J. p. 170 Clanran, C. p. 87 Ganron, D p. 87 Clark, B. p. 129 Cardone, J. p. 130 Cordova, L. p. 88 Corey, M. p. 28 Corre, J. Fac. p. 173, 174, 175, 186, 255 Corso, J. Eac. p. 174, 183 Coughin, H. p. 88 Covarrubias, 5. p. 130 Cox, R. p. 88 Craig, R. p. 28, 233 Cramm, 5 p. 130 Cribbs, M. p. 130 Crimmons, H. Fac. p. 174, 177 Crisr, J. p. 88, 90 Crires, K. p. 88 Cross, H. p. 88 Crour, N. p. 130 Crowe, M. p. 130 Crull, Sheila p. 130 Crull, Shelhe p. 88 Crurcher, K. p. 88 Clark, C. p. 129 Clark, David 5101 p. 87 Clark, David 5111 p. 129 Oork, Dean p. 87 198 Culrer, 0. p. 130, 193 Cunningham, M. p. 28 Curneen, C. p. 130, 207 Curris, D. Eac. p. 174 Deyoe, J Fac. p. 174, 177 Dickerson, J. p. 131 Dickson, 71 p. 89 Dicroce, C. p. 89 Dillard, 5. p. 89 Dilley, D. p. 89 Dilorenzo, G. p. 131, 190, 203 Dilorenzo, P. p. 89 Dilworrh, D., AP., p. 168 Dines, 5. p. 89 Dinges, K. p. 89 Dinges, M., p. 14, 29, 187 188 Dinges, 5. p. 131, 214 Dpaolo, D. p. 29 Disney, C. p. 29 Do, P. p. 131 Dobrovolny, S. p. 16, 29, 220, 228 Dodge, 5. p. 131 Dodson, D. p. 89, 187 193 Dombrawski, Dorine p. 90 Dombrowski, DorLs p. 90, 198 Domenico, N. p. 90, 193 Donaldson, T p. 113, 216, 217 Donekon, 0. p. 90, 114, 120, 198 Donekon, 5. p. 29 Carr, 5. p. 87 Carroll, M. p. 87 Carson, K p. 129 Clark, G. p. 27 257 Clark, H. p.88 Clark, J. p. 129 Clark, 5. p. 27 Class, M. Fac. p. 173, 175, 224, 230 Gassrooms p. 153 Claxron, R. p. 27 Clayfon, W p. 88 Cleere, D. p. 27 CIGQQ, C. 27 157 228, 248 Curler, K. p. 28 Curler, R. p. 130, 260 Dallarasa, J. p. 88 Dallarosa, V. p. 28 Daniel, C p. 88 Daniek, A. p. 130 Daniek, J. p. 130 Danko, D. p. 28 Dardanis, T. p. 89, 210, 263 DaroczL E p. 28, 266 Donebon, T. p. 131 Donnelly, C. p. 131 Dougherry, M. p. 78, 90, 120, 247 250 Dawhng, D. p. 30, 231, 252, 261 Downey, K. p. 30, 266 Doyle, Marr p. 90, 241 Carson, R. p. 87 Carson, W. p. 25, 247 Carrer, 5. Fac. p. 120, 173, 175, 250 Case, P. p 29 Casey, A. p. 129 Casraneda, R. p. 129, 196 Cosrellano, L. p. 87 Caranzaro, T p. 25, 240 Cavalier, A. p. 25 Cavaher, D. p. 129 Caywood, J. p. 129 Cerke, C p. 87 Cerrone, D. p. 26, 192 Cerrone, M. p. 26 Cerrone, R. p. 129 Gemenr, 5. p. 88 Oemenrs, D. p. 266 Oeveland R. p. 27 Cinkenbeard, T. p. 88, 263, 267 Cloyes, 71 p. 130 Clubs p. 223 Davis, A. p. 89 Davis, H. p. 29, 210 Davis, J. Fac. p, 174 Davis, L. p. 130, 192, 193, 206 Davk, M. p. 29 oovfd, Phihp p. 120 Chamberlain, W. p. 129 Chamberlin, D. p. 129 Chambers, C. p. 87 Chambers, E. p. 26, 227 252, 253, 270 Chambers, T p. 87 Chapman, Jonee p. 129, 210 Chapman, Jeff p. 129, 198, 208 Chapman, R. p. 26, 208, 210 Charmichael, K. p. 26 Charron, K. p. 129 Charron, T. p. 87 Chavez, E. p. 26 Chavez, N. p. 26 Chavez, Scarf p. 87 187 Cluncke, L, p. 88 Coca, J. Fac. p. 206, 207 Coe, B. p. 130 Coffman, G. p. 130 Coffman, K. p. 88 Colaiano, C. p. 88, 223 Colander, Thomas p. 88 Colander, 77morhy p. 28 Colclasure, L. p. 88, 266 Colden, J. p. 130, 193 Colgan, K. p. 130, 261 Colhns, C Fac. p. 173, 177 183 Combs, 5. p. 130 Connor, B. Fac. p. 173, 177 Connor, K. p. 130 Conroy, V, p. 130 Cook, J p. 130, 190 Cooke, M. p. 28, 223 Cooke, W. p, 130, 212 Coon, J. p. 130 Coans, 5. p. 28, 229, 251 Cooper, C. p. 78, 88 Cooper, F. p. 88 Copper, T p. 130, 207 Davis, Philhp p. 130 Davisson, J. Fac. p. 159, 174, 183 Dawson, R. p. 130 DeDruin, G. p. 89, 90, 120, 259 DeCamilhs, A. p. 130, 193 Decola, M. p. 89 Dedrick, D. p. 89 Delay, C p. 89, 258 Delray, M. p. 29 Dell, K. p, 89 Delmanico, D. p. 89 Delmonico, T p. 15, 29, 223, 251 Delva, K. p. 124, 130, 220 Demaray, C. p. 124, 131, 220 Demming, J. p. 131 Denileon, 5. p. 85, 255 Derner, J. p. 29 Desreiguer, J. p. 89 Devoe, D. p. 131 Devoe, F p. 89 Dewirr, C p. 187 188 Dewirr, K. p. 89, 102 Dewirr, 5. p. 89, 187 Dewalt D. p. 131 Doyle, Mindy p. 30, 266 Doyle, T p. 90, 220, 263 Dreher, I p. 90 Drew, C p. 131 Driver, D. p. 131 198 DuCros, T Fac, p. 174, 200, 203 Dudley, 0. Foc. p. 174, 177 Dufford, M. p. 30, 258 Duncan, H. Fac. p. 171, 174, 181, 260 Dunne, D. p. 90 Duponr, A. p. 90 Duran, K. p. 131 Duranr, J p. 30, 198, 200, 201 Duranr, L. p. 131, 198 Duranr, R. p. 90, 198 Dyer, R. p. 30, 266, 267 Dymond, G. p. 30 Easr, J. p. 90 Earon, D. p. 131 Ebbs, E p.90 Eckdahl, 71 p. 30, 226, 250 Ecker, G. p. 131 Eckerr, G. p. 131 Eds, F p, 90 Edmonds, B. p. 131 Edmonds, 5. p. 30, 255 Edmunds, L. p. 90 Egan, J. p. 131 Ehnerr, J. p. 131 Edson, D. p. 90, 243 Lk, K. p. 90, 103, 232, 263 Elder, R. p. 120, 131, 251, 257 260 Gallo, A. p. 133, 198 Eldredge, K. p 131 Elfring, L. p. 131, 259 Elio, J p. 30, 255 Ellisor, 5 p 90 Emerson, W p 131 Emery, M p. 131 England, P. p. 31, 48, 120, 255 Anglish, A Ao 131 Enghsh, 5. p. 90 Engsrrom, K. p 131 Ennis, K p 131 Erickson, Linda p. 31 Erickson, Lori p 90 Espinosa, E. p. 90 Espinosa, J. p. 132, 193 Essex, C. p. 90 Errer, G p, 132, 208 Evancich, N, p 31 Everrs, E, p. 120, 240, 262 Eyiar, M. Fac. p 175 Faculry p. 167 Fagan, J. p. 91, 187 Fagersrone, C p 91 Faldley, D, Cusr. p. 184 Fall Life p. 69 Fanelh, J. p. 14, 31 Faneili, K. p. 124, 132, 220 Farinella, M. p. 132 Fagadi, N. p. 214, 259 Farley, J. p, 91, 258 Farrell, E. p. 132 Farrell, M. p 132 Faughnan, C. p. 31, 192, 194 Faughnan, M. p. 132, 193 Faughr, P. p. 31 Favero, R. p. 78, 90, 91, 103, 120, 250, 257 257 260 Fear, G p. 21, 132, 216 Fedel, T p. 31, 226, 255 Federico, P, p 132 Fehr, R. p. 91, 103 Feland, 5 p 91 Fellers, M. p. 132 Felres, R., A.P., p. 168 Fenrer, 5. p. 82, 91, 220 Ferrero, D. p. 31 Ferrero, W p. 132 Ferris, T. p. 91 Ferrers, A. p. 132 Feyerherm, 5. p 31 Else, D. p. 91 Hnn, M. p. 132, 216, 217 Hare, D. p. 31 l-Tore, T. p. 32 Hshburn, J, p. 91 Fisher, D p. 132 Hsher, H. p. 132 Hsher, J. p. 132, 216, 217 Hsher, K p. 78, 91 Hsls, L. p. 132 l-lageolle, 5. p 91 Flihr, L p. 132 Flipse, 5. p. 132, 260 Horyancic, 5 p 266 Fohrd, 5. p. 91, 266 Ford, M p 132, 216, 217 242 Fournier, C p 132 Fournier, G. p. 32, 259 Frame, R. p. 91 Francescarri, J p. 91 Francescarri, V. p. 91 Franssen, 5. p. 132 Fanzese, A p 91 Frazier, M Fac. p. 175, 179, 183 Fredrich, K p. 132 Fredericlss, D. p. 91 Fredericlws, 5. p 91 Fredericlssen, 5 p. 91 Fredriclssen, Tammy p. 132 Fredriclssen, Theresa p 133 Freeay, J. p 91 Freeze, 5. p. 78, 91, 230, 250 Freeze, T p. 16, 32, 220, 250, 263, 270 Freise, A. p. 32 Freise, J. p. 133 French, rz. p. 133 FreudenrhaL G. p. 92 Frosr, M. p. 92 Fuesrer, C. p. 32 Fullmer, T. p. 133 Fulmer, J. p. 92, 208 Funl-v, K. p 120, 133 Gadaois, A. p. 133 Gallagher, D. p. 32 Gallagher, E. p. 32, 250, 263 Gallagher, T p. 133 Gallegos, A p 32 Gallegos, C p. 133, 207 Gallegos, George p 33 Gallegos, Geraldine p. 33 Gallegos, J. p 133, 259 Galloway,L p 33 Gambos, L. p 92 Gangwish, K. p 133 Garcia, D. p. 92 Garcia, F p. 92 Garcia, G. p. 133 Garcia, L. p 92 Georgia, A p 92 German, W. p 33 Germany, J p, 133 Gerrish, E. p 133 Gibbons, C p. 34 Gieoel, A. p. 92 Gilchrisr, R. p. 92, 102 Gillach, T. p 82, 93, 200, 201, 202, 212, 220 Gillispie, R. p. 34, 263 Girard, 5. p, 133, 251 Giullian, T. p. 93 Glann, B p 34, 186, 187 188, 247 Gloude, Dale p. 34 Gloude, Dean p 34 Glover, Y. p 116, 133 Goddarad, K. p. 93 Godinez, C. p, 93, 207 Goerz, C p. 34 Gohnslwi, D. p. 133 Gomer, C. p. 93, 214, 217 Gomez, Deborah p. 34, 217 Gomez, Diane p. 133, 214 Gomez, L. p. 34 Gonzales, J. j. 133, 192, 193 Gonzalez, R. p. 93, 272 Good, D. p. 93 Goadmanson, T p. 134, 214, 224 Goodrich, C. p. 2, 16, 34, 210, 220, 264, 273 Goosrree, T. p. 16, 22, 35, 229 Gordon, M. p. 93, 245 Gorman, 5 p 93, 114 Gorron, L. p. 35, 266 Gorrschallf, C p. 93, 255 Gorrschalis, K. p. 134, 214 Graff M. p. 35, 237 Graff P, p. 93, 240 Graham, M. Fac. p 175, 198, 199 Graham, P p. 93 Grandesrafh P. p. 35 Grandesrafii W. p 134 Granr, C. p. 134, 190 Grauberger, K. p 35, 266 Graves, J. p, 35, 266 Gardner, M. p. 170 Gorneid, J. p JJ Gargac, C. p. 92 Garhech, L p 133, 214 Garner, B. p. 133 Garnharr, P. p. 92 Garramone, L p. 33, 264 Gorramone, 5. p. 92 Garrimone, C. p. 92 Garrner, K. p. 133 Garrner, L. p 33 Gauger, B. p. 33, 76, 186, 187 188, 252 Gavin, C p. 133 Gawlas, D. p. 92 Gehrerr, 5 p 82, 92, 220, 227 260, 261 Geiser, T. p. 92, 193 George, D. p 92 George, V. p. 133 Graves, R. p. 134 Gray, B. p. 134, 190 Gray, Gene p. 35, 187 188, 194 Gray, George p. 35, 192, 212 Gray, H. p 35 Green, D p 93 Green, C. p. 35 Green, D. p. 93, 196 Green, H. p 93, 120 Green, J p. 134 Green, M p. 134 Greer, D. p 134 Grendo, B. p, 134, 198 Grenfell, L p 93, 263 Grenfell, R. p. 93, 206 Grenz, V. p 93 Griebhng, B. p. 94 Grieves, P. p. 134 Grifhn, Op134 Grippa, P. p. 94 Groves, M. p. 36 Grundmeier, T Fac p 175, 179, 187 220, 221, 232 Guerin, D p. 94 Guesr, J. p. 114, 134, 224 Guffey, P. p. 134 Guida, D p. 36, 157 181, 187 188 Guinn, R. p 134 Gulla, M P. 134 Gunning, C. p. 94, 266 Gurley, J p 16 Gurley, N. Sec. p. 190 Gusrafson, D. p. 16, 36, 220, 221, 264, 270 Gurierrez, 0. p. 36 Gurierrez, I. p. 90, 94, 244 Gurierrez, L. p. 134, 193 Gurierrez, 5 p. 134 Haaegger, M. p 94 Habegger, T. p. 134 Haclswell, J. p. 36, 262 Haclswell, P. p. 94 Haddix, M. p. 134 Hale, 5. p. 134 Hall, Laura p. 36 Hall, Linda p. 134 Hallen, J. p. 134 Halloran, K. p 94 Halloran, P. p. 94 Halloween p, 80 Hamilran, B. p. 36, 187 188 Hamm, D. p. 94 Hanes, D p. 94 Hanley, T p. 94 Hanna, K. p, 252 Hanrehan, T. p 36 Hansen, J. p. 94, 187 192, 193 Hansen, N p 134 Hanson, K. p. 135, 210 Harbisan, 5 p. 94 Harder, M. p. 36, 263 Hardng, J. p. 135 Harlsins, B. p. 135 Harmon, J. p 135, 214 Harms, K. p, 36, 262 Harper, B. p. 175, 198, 259 Harringron, K p 37 Harris, J. p. 37 Harry, E p. 135, 210 Harshaarger, D. p 135 Harrr, E p. 94 Harrr, L p. 94 Harrr, 5. p. 94 Harrr, V p. 170 Harry, A. p. 135 Harrz, 5. p. 37 261 Harvesr Fesrival p 71 Haselhorsr, J p. 37 Hassell, M. p 135 Hassell, W. p. 94 Harch, U p 78, 95, 247 250 Haug, A. p. 135 Haug, C p. 135 Haugen, L. p 135 Haviland, F. p. 170 Haviland, R p. 37 212, 270 Hawlsridge, Tammy p 135 Hawlsridge, Timmy p 135, 190 Hayes, M p. 135 Headlee, D p. 37 Heany, T. p 135 Hearrell, 5. p. 135, 193 Hearh, M. p. 135 Hearh, T. p. 37 Hedges, G. p. 37 Hegge, J. p. 135 Heggenberger, T p. 37 187 189 Heirman, P. p. 95 Helm, K. p 95 Hebrrom, XV p. 135 Hendershorf, 5. p. 91, 95, 263 Henderson, J. p. 135, 190 Hendriclfs, J. p 37 Hendrix, R. p. 135, 243 Hensel, T p 95 Herbel, C p. 135 Hern, G p. 95 Hernandez, A. p. 95 Hernandez, N. p. 95 Herringron, K. p. 95, 210 Hess, 5. p. 135 Hesser, R. p. 90, 95, 212, 217 Hessian, P. p. 95 Hewerr, H. p 136 Hguyen, H. p. 157 Hiclss, K. p. 136, 198 iiii, G. p as i-iii, M p. iso Hill, 5. p. 98, 195, 263 l-hnes, H. Fac p. 175, 183 l-hx, A. p. 38 hlbcson, T. p. 95 Hoang, N. p. 95 Hodapp, R. p, 38, 187 189, 285 Hodge, M. p. 95, 102 Hodges, J. p. 38, 198 Hoefer, T. p. 95 Hoffman, P p. 38 Holsenson, 5. p. 38 Holcomb, K p. 136 Holland, R. p. 95, 263 Holloway, K. p 95 Holmes, T. p. 136 Homecoming Weelf p. 74, 75 Hoover, C. p. 96 Hope, M. p. 96, 198 Horan, K. p. 136, 216 Horan, T. p. 38 Horsman, C. p. 38 Harsrnan, R. p. 96, 207 Horsr, J. p 173, 176, 261 Horro, M. p 39 Horr, 5. p. 136 Hoff, T p. 39 Howard, A p. 39 Howard, F Fac p 179, 181 Howard, R. p 136, 214 Howard, T. p 136 Howe, K. p 96 Howell, T p 96 Howirr, J. p. 96, 187 Hubbell, 0. p. 96 Huclf, M. p. 39, 266 Huck, R. p 136 Hudson, V. p. 96 Hudson, 0. Foc. p 186, 272 Hudsperh, XV p 96, 220 Huffman, J p 39 Hughes, C p. 39, 206, 262 Hughes, P p. 136 Hughsron, D. p. 39 Humnch, M. p 136 Hunsalfer, R p. 136, 193 Hurrell R Fac p. 176, 177 231, 232, 233, 236, 237 242 Huslsin, M. p. 264 Huss, J. p. 39, 247 248 Huss, M. p. 82, 96, 220, 229 Husred, H. p 173, 176 Hurchcrafr, 5. p. 136 Hurchin, K. p. 96 Hyland K. p. 136 lngenrhrone, P p. 136 lngraham, J. p 136 Inman, P. p 96 lrmer, G. p. 40 lrmer, R. p. 96 lshman, S. p. 136, 267 Jaclsson, B. p. 96 Joclsson, 5. p. 96, 251 Jacobs, C p. 136 Jacobs, J. p. 170 Jacobs, L. p. 96, 260 Jacobs, P. p. 96 Jacoby, G. p. 136 Jalsub, T. p. 136 Janrz, C p. 137 Jensen, K. p 137 Jensen, 5. p. 40, 120, 230, 250 Jensen, T p. 96 Je wb y, T. p. 137 259 Johansen, D. p. 137 Johnson, R, p. 198 Johnson, Cholene p. 97 Johnson, Chrisrine p. 40 Johnson, E p. 97 186, 187 193 Johnson, Karhryn p. 137 263 Johnson, Kimberly p 97 102, 210 Johnson, Malcolm p. 97 Johnson, Michael p 97 Johnson, P. p. 137 Johnson, R. p. 137 208 Johnson, Sandra p 137 267 Johnson, 5hawn p. 97 Johnson, Theodore p. 97 187 Johnson, Theresa p. 97 Johnson, Todd p. 97 187 193 Johnson, W. p. 40 Johnson, N. p. 40, 187 189 Jones, Debra p 97 Jones, Doreen p 97 Janes, Douglas p. 97 Jones, G. p. 137 Jones, 5. p. 40 Jones, 5. Fac. p. 176, 181, 183, 245 Jones, V. p. 137 Joseph, 0 p 137 Joyce, J. p. 97 Joyce, R. p. 137, 202, 203, 212 Joyce, 5. p 137 258, 261 Jueschlse, D. p. 40 Jueschlse, J. p. 97 193 Juniors p. 81 Junrunen, B. p. 137 262 Kaiser, A. p. 137 Kaiser, L p. 137 Kaiser, P. p. 40, 255 Kalmbach, D p 260 Kappas, K. p. 82, 97 210, 220 Korich, M. p. 40 Karlsrrum, P p 40, 206 Karbrrum, T p 137 Karralfer, P. p. 170, 179 Kasrer, P Fac p 176, 179 Kauffman, D. p. 137 Kauffman, Kimberly p. 13 Kauffman, Kurr p. 41, 189 Kellerr, D. p. 97 Kelley, R. p. 97 187 Kelly, All p. 137 Kelly, Jim p. 97 Kelly, M. p. 137 190 Kennaugh, D. p 98 Kennedy, A. p. 138 Keni, J. p 98, 263 Kenr, T p. 138 Kern, M. p 82, 98, 216, 220, 229, 263 Kessler, D. Fac. p. 176, 183 Kessler, L. Fac. p. 175, 177 Khan, C. p. 138 Kidweli J. p. 102 Kidwell, K. p. 266 Kimball, 0. p. 41, 200, 201, 270 King, M. p. 216, 217 King, 5helly p. 41 King, Sreven p. 138, 190 Kingsbury, 5. p. 138 Kinney, K. p. 41 Kirby, 0. Foc. p. 175, 272 Kirby, T p. 138 Kirlf, M. p 170 Kirlfparriclf, J. p. 41, 264 Kirvin, D. p. 138, 202, 203, 212 Kiss, T p. 138 Kissell 5. p. 98, 263, 267 Kirashima, D. p. 41, 198 Kirashimo, M. p. 98, 187 Kirchens, D, p. 138 Klein, C p. 138 Klene, P. p. Kene, 5. p. 41 Kleven, T p. 41 Klohr, 5, p. 98 Knadler, D. p. 41 Knighr, J. p. 41 Knpiing, L. p. 138 Knphng, N p. 42 Knoll, G. p. 98, 255 Knox, G. p 98 Knudson, L. Fac. p. 217 Koch, T p. 138 Koehler, C p 98 Koenelfe, C. l-'ac p 98, 177 266 Koeppen, D p 138 Kominels, M. p. 138 Konnerup, K p. 138 Konrad, Donald p 138 Konrad Douglas p 42 Koreny, A. p. 138 Kornoclf, R p. 138 Korsay, A p. 267 138 Korsay, L. p 267 138 Krafr, I p. 138, 190, 193 Krafr, K p. 138 Krafr, L p. 42 Kramasz, L. p. 42 Kramasz, R p 98 Kramasz, T p. 138 Kraus, 5. p. 138, 214 Krehbiel B. p 42 Krehbiel, G p. 98, 266 Krill, T. p 42 Knne, D. p. 26, 42, 248 Krueger, 5. p. 138, 262 Kuenning, K. p, 42 Kuhlman, Roberr p. 138 Kuhlman, Roberra p. 138 Kuhlman, V p. 98 Kunrz, C p. 138 Labofe, G. p. 138 Labenz, Tammy p 98, 267 Labenz, Tyler p. 139 Ladbury, J. p. 139 Ladbury, J. p 139 Lagerheim, V. p. 139 Lagrimanra, D. p 98 Loi, B p. 139, 260 Lair, J. p. 42, 266 Lamberi, J, p, 42 Lamberrson, M. p. 139 Landers, M. p. 139 Lang, G. p, 139 Larlsin, H. p. 139 Larson, J. p. 124, 139, 140, 220 Larson, R, p. 43 Laucls, J. p, 139 Laughlin, C p. 98, 233 Laughlin, K. p. 139 Laurenr, 5 p. 139, 193 Low, D. p. 99, 266 Law, L. p. 139 Lazoslsie, M p. 139, 214, 261 Lecoca, J. p. 43 Lecoca, K. p. 139 Lederhos, XV p. 99 Lee, C. p. 43 Lee, P. p. 139 Lee, 5. p. 43 Lee, XV. p 139 Lefholz, C p. 14, 16, 43, 216, 217 220, 221 Lefholz, J. p. 91, 200, 201, 202 Lehro, J. p 139, 267 Leisenring, J. p. 139, 203, 212 Leirner, J p. 139 Lemons, K. p. 139 Lerch, E. p. 99 Leson, J. p. 139, 251 Levonyak, J. p. 139 Lewis, D. p. 43, 266 Lewis, Lawrence p. 99, 186, 187 193 Lewis, Lisa p. 99 Lewis P. p. 99 Lewis, Ricky p. 99 Lewis, Roberro p. 43 Lewis, S. p. 139 Lewis, T. p. 139 Lewirz, H, Fac. p. 207 Lidsrer, P. p. 139, 267 Lighrner, D. Fac. p. 176, 177 258 Lilly, M. p. 99, 222, 223 Linder, M. p. 139 Linder, R. p. 45, 187 189 Link, Cheryl p. 139 Link, Cynrhia p. 99 Link, D. p. 43 Lirrle, K. p. 255 Livesay, B. p. 99 Logsden, D. p. 43, 255 Lombard C p. 44 Longonerri, C. p. 266 Lange, V. p. 99 Longsrreer, A. p. 139 Looper, T. p. 99 Loos, V. p, 139 Lopez, D. p. 99 Lopez, G. p. 99 Lopez, Michael p. 140 Lopez, Michelle p. 140 Lopez, T. p. 140 Losasso, D. p. 44 Lososso, 5. p. 99, 103, 114, 208, 257 Lounsbury, T p. 140, 216, 217 Loveall G. p. 44 Low, R. p. 140 Lowe, M. p. 190, 140 Lowery, M. p. 140 Lawrie, T p, 140, 190 Lusari, J. Cusr. p. 184 Lucas, E. p. 99, 187 Lucas, L. p. 99 Ludwig, B. Fac. p. 177 179, 200, 202, 203 Luevond J. p. 140 Li.yan, K. p. 44 Lurgen, T p. 140 Lyday, T p. 252 Lyons, P. p. 82, 100, 187 208, 220, 260 Lyons, R. p. 100 Mocker, C p. 100 Magda, K. p. 44, 214, 225, 245 Mohoffey, D. p. 252 Mahsani, L. p, 140 Mallory, M. p. 45 Malone, D. p 45 Malone, G. p. 45 Mankenberg, 5, p. 100, 263 Marcouillier, D. p. 100 Marcouillier, L. p.140 Maria, D. p. 100 Morisco, M, p. 140 Marisco, R. p. 100 Marpin, J. p. 140 Marples, C p. 45, 250, 251 Morples, M. p. 140 Morriorr, J, p. 100, 208 Marsh, P. p. 100 Mani D. p. 140, 216 Morrin, Chrisrina, p. 140 Marrin, Chrisropher p. 45, 114, 116, 225 Marrin, D. p. 100 Marrin, M. p. 140 Marrin, N. p. 140 Marrine, L. p. 140 McGraw, R. p. 101 McGuire, K, p. 101 McKendry, B. p. 141 McKendry, D. p. 101, 120 McKendry, T. p 46, 187 189 McKinsrry, 5. p. 120, 141 McLaren, K. p. 141 McLaughln, L, p. 141 McMillan, K. p. 101 McMullin, 5. p. 1 McNally, D. p. 141, 240 McNomar, J. p. 47 McToggarr, L. p. 141 McTaggarr, T p. 47 243 McVay, E. p. 141, 196 Medna, R. p 101, 212 Medina, V. p. 47 Mood p. 2 Moody, C. p 142 Moody, D. p. 2 Moore, Brodly p. 102 Moore, Burch p 142 Moore, E. p. 142 Moore, 5. p. 48, 257 Morales, A. p. 142, 196 Morgan, C. p. 102 Morgan, L. p. 102 Morgan, T p. 48 Morns, J. p. 102, 257 Marrinez, Anira p. 100 Marrinez, Avo p. 140 Marrinez, D, p. 140 Marrinez, G. p. 206 Marrinez, R, p. 45, 141, 267 Marrinez, Valene p. 100 Marrinez, Wncenr p. 100 Marx, M. p. 16, 45, 116, 220 Moscarello, R. p. 100, 208 Mosciorro, T. p. 45 Mason, K. p. 46, 212, 263, 257 Medlen, D p. 141 Meine, 0. p. 47 Meine, D. p. 141, 216, 217 Meineke, P. p. 141 Meineke, W. p. 194 Mebner, B. Fac. p. 47 159, 178, 179 Mekelburg, K. p. 141, 203 Mellon, D, p. 147 261, 198 MeLson, J. p. 141 Meneses, R. p. 141 Merz, D. p. 124, 141, 220, 240 Meyer, C p. 47 Michaek, R p. 141 Miers, R. p. 101 Mikkelson, D. p. 10, 187 Milford, K. p. 141 Miller, Becky p. 141 Miller, Brenerre p. 141 Morrison, L. p. 48 Morrison, 5. p. 142 Morrissey, T. p. 142 Morse, B. p. 48 Moscoso, A. p 48, 206 Moscoso, B. p 124, 142, 216, 217 220 Moua, 5. p. 142 Moulron, 5. p. 142, 206 Moyle, K. p. 102 Mr. Redskin p. 71 Miss Redskin p, 71 Mulkin, J. p. 102, 267 Munn, C. p. 48, 258 Munn, G. p. 142 Munz, J p. 252 Murcko, J. p. 48, 252 Murray, C. p. 48, 207 Murray, D. p. 207 Murray, G. p. 142 Murray, M, p. 49, 76, 77 Musick, XV. p. 142 Murchler, D. p. 90, 102 Myers, C. p. 142, 251 Mocklem, Rhonda p. 140 Macklem, Roberr p. 140 Mader, C. p. 140, 260 Mader, T p. 44, 234, 260 Madonia, Darrell p. 44 Madonia, Delsa p. 140 Madrid, T. p. 44, 252 270 Mason, T, p. 141 Massey, R. p. 141 Marh Guo p. 257 Morrison, H. p. 100 Morrison, K. p. 100 Mouser, D. p. 141, 198 Mauser, P. p. 46 Maxon, T p. 46 Moyes, B. p. 100 Mayhan, J. p. 46 Mayo, D, p. 100, 196 Mayuric, T. p. 141 Mozanec, 5. p. 46 McBHde, P. p. 101 McCall, A. p. 101, 251 McCallon, K. p. 101 McCann, C. p. 101 McClanahan, D. p. 141 McCormick, B. p. 46, 114, 158, 200 McCormick, T Fac. p. 177 200, 201, 202, 243, 244, 246, 248 McCracken, L, p. 46 McDermorr, 5. p. 91, 101 McDonald, K. p. 46, 247 McDonnell, C. Fac. p. 177 181 McDougal, L. p. 101 McGee, Jill p. 141, 216 McGee, Jimmy p. 46 Miller, Bryan p. 101, 102 Miller, J. p 101 Miller, Leslie p. 101, 243 Miller, Lynnda p. 101 Miller, M. p. 47 216, 217 Mills, D. p. 101 Minden, N. Fac. p. 177 178 Mindelhall, T p. 47 Minor, 5. p. 142, 187 272 Miranda, A. p. 47 223 Miranda, F. p. 142 Miranda, L p. 102, 222 Miskol, D. p. 14, 186, 187 189, 192, 194 Mirchell, D. p. 102 Mirchell D. p. 142 Mifmeii, J. p. 178 Mirchell,-K. Cook p. 184 Nadeau, M. p 102 Nadeau, T p 102 Nardone, R. p. 143 Nosseri, S. p. 143, 259 Novarrerre, T p. 143 Nay, A. p. 102, 263 Neiheisel, J. p. 102, 178 Nelson, C Fac. p. 181 Nelson, G. p. 102 Nekan, H, Fac. p. 177 178 Nelson, K. p. 102 Nelson, P, p. 49 Nemerh, P. p. 143 Nemerh, R. p. 143, 196 Nemmers, J. p. 78, 102, 212, 250 251 Nemmers, K. p. 49, 259, 270 Nemmers, M. p. 143, 259 Mirchell, Mirchell, Mirchell, Mary p. 102 Maxine Sec. p. 170 W. p, 102 Neslodek, J. p. 102 Neuhalfen, J. p. 49 Neumann, D. p. 49 Neumann, M. p 49 Mizell, XV p. 142 Moberly, D. p. 102, 251 Modroll, K. p. 142, 214 Moeder, Y. p, 102 Moghrabi, L. p. 142 Monk, A. p. 48, 233 Monroyo, M. p. 102, 251 Monroyo, T. p. 142 Neuschwanger, K. p. 103 Newberry, 5 p. 49 Newron, D. p. 49, 255 Newron, L. p. 143, 210 Nguyen, Hoi p. 102 Nguyen, l-loan p. 143 Nguyen, Hong p 103 Pedersen, C p. 144 Rarh, T p. 105 Nguyen, Huu p. 143 Mchalas, M. p. 103 Nichols, P. p. 143 Mcholls, T. Foc. p. 178, 181 Melsen, B. p. 49 Melsen, C. p. 103 Nieben, E p. 143 Niles, XV p. 103 Noffsinger, R. p 49 Noland, D. p. 50 Nollf D. p. 143 Noir, D. p. 143, 260 Nollenberger, L. p. 103 Noashin, F. p. 142 Norberg, K. p. 143, 210 Norcross, D p. 50, 235 Norm, E. p 103, 143 Norris, J. p. 50 Norns, 5. p. 143 Nusbaum, A. p. 50 Nuss, D. p. 50, 234, 254, 255 Oberchain, T p. 143 Oberr, R. p. 143 Oberro, D. p. 50, 206 Obrien, P. p. 103 Ocanna, E. p. 143 O'Donnell, A. Fac. p. 173, 178 Ogg, A. p. 50, 198 Ogg, P. p. 148, 187 193 Ohem, D. Fac. p. 178, 181, 263 Olerslq C. p. 143, 216, 217 Olerslfi, G. p. 14, 50, 187 189, 192 Ohn, E. p. 144 Olive, Kim p. 50 Ohve, Kfrlf p. 144 Oken, T p. 144, 190 Oban, D. p. 103 Ophus, K. p. 103, 120, 251 Orr, C p. 50, 231, 250, 263, 270 Orr, F. p. 130, 210, 261 Orr, L. p. 144 Orrivez, R. p. 103, 263 Orron, D. p. 103 Orron, R. p. 51, 247 250 Osborn, D. p. 144, 224 Osborne, L. p. 51, 247 248, 250, 251, 257 263, 270 Osborne, R. p. 144 Osclfel, R. p. 103, 262 Osrrom, P. p. 144 Orsulv, F 5ec. p. 170 Overrurf J. p. 144 Owen, T p. 103 Owens, M. p. 103 Pachello, J. p. 51 Paddock, J. p. 103 Paddock, 5. p. 103 Padgerr, D. p. 144 Padlla, C p. 103 Pageb, P. p. 104 Palmer, E p 51 Palmer, L p. 144, 207 Panlfrarz, A. p. 51 Panlsrarz, E Fac. P. 173, 178 Pappas, A. p. 51, 226, 254, 273 Parisho, J. p. 144, 190 Parlf, R. p. 51 Parlser, C p. 144 Parlser, D. p. 154 Parr, L. p 144 Parsons, K. p.104, 232 Pascal, N p. 103, 104 Pasionelf, T. p. 104 Passalacaua, J. p. 104, 193 Parera, C Fac. 177 179 Parren, G. p 104, 198 Parrerson, M. p 144 Paxron, W. p. 144 Payne, K p. 51 Pearce, 5. p. 78, 104 20 Pearson, M. p 103, 104, 6 Pedersen, J. p 51 Pedraza, G. p. 104 Peed, L. p. 51 Peed, V p 144 Pelon, D. p. 144 Pelrier, G. p. 52 Pereo, A p. 144 Perrin, C p. 52 Perrizo, R. Coun. p. 169 Pesrornils, C. p. 144 Pererie, A. p. 104 Perers, G. p. 144 Pererson, 0. p 144 Pererson, C p. 52, 251 Pererson, E. Sec. p. 170 Pererson, J. p. 52, 78, 120, 250 Pererson, K, p. 52, 200, 201 Pererson, 5. Fac p. 179, 181 Pfeifer, M, p. 52 Phillips, C. p 144 Philhps, M. p. 104, 267 Philips, XV. p. 144 Phouleuanghong, Sayrhaia p. 144 Phouleuanghong, Sisomphane p. 144 Wburn, M. p. 144 Pfburn, 5 p. 52 Piclsard L. p. 144, 214 Mechowslsi, P. p. 104, 266 Merrafeso, R. p. 190 Piknpo, L. p. 52 Filling, J. p 53 Mrron, G. p. 190, 193 Pivic, C p 104 Plalsorus, P. p. 170 Planlf, C. p. 104 Planr, D p. 104, 263 Plessinger, C. p. 53 Plummer, M. p. 53 Plura, L. p. 53, 76, 77 223 Poisson, J Fac p 179, 183, 186, 187 Palnials, V. p. 104 Pobon, C p. 53, 223 Polson, M. p. 104, 192, 193, Poole, T p. 104 Parco, J p. 104 Porrer, J. p. 263 Porrer, S p. 53, 195, 255 Poyner, M. p. 53, 266 Prado, D. p 104 Prarr, J. p. 53 Presron, C Fac. p. 263 Pribyl, C p. 54 Price, A. p. 104 Price, J p. 54, 263 Pries, R. p. 54 Prochazlfa, Z p. 54, 259, 263, 270 Propp, R p. 105 Pruessner, D. p 105, 200, 260, 201, 202 Pugh, 5. Fac p. 173, 179, 251 Pulliam, R. p. 262 Purzsruclf, 5. p 54 Pyarr, D. Fac p 179, 181 Quararino, L p. 54, 198 Quinn, J p.267 Quintana, J p.105 Quirls, M. p. 105, 198 Rae, Jamie p 54 Rae, Jael p. 54 Rael, L. p. 224 Rael, R. p. 54, 192, 194 Rqewsifi, L p 54 Ramh, A. p. 55 Ramsey, M. p. 55, 105 Randall, A. p 105 Rangel, 5. p. 145 Rasmussen, P 105, 114, 237 252 Rarley, L. p. 145 Ray, D. p. 55, 194 Ray, R. Fac. p. 179, 257 Reasch, R. p. 105, 252 Reasoner, L. p, 105, 210 Recob, J. p. 55 Recob, 5. p. 145, 193 Recror, J. p. 105 Reed R p. 105 Reeves, M. p. 105, 210 Rehfeld, K. p 55, 223 Reichardr, M. p. 145 Renzelman, G. p. 55, 106, 187 189 Renzelman, lf p. 105 Reusinlf, 5. p. 105 Reynolds, K. p 105 Rhead, M p 105 Rhyne, J. p 55, 210, 260 Rice, A p. 55 Rice, 8. p 105 Rice, J p. 145 Rich, K. p 55 Rich, L p. 145 157 Richard T p. 145, 196, 197 203 Richards, G p 14, 55, 261 Richardson, J. p 56, 192, 195, 198 Richey, 5. p 56 Riclwer, K p 56, 186, 187 Riley, G. p 105 Riley, Kennerh p 145 Riley, Krisri p. 56 Riley, Krisrine p 56 189 Rinderlfnechr, D. p 105, 259 Rqaple, J. p 105 Rivera, R. p 145 Robbins, B. p 56 Roberrs, C Fac. p 173, 179 Roberrs, R. p 106, 260 ' Roberrson, J Fac. p. 179, 180, 264 Roberrson, J p 145, 190 Roberrson, R. p. 145 Robeson, D Fac p 217 Robinson, 5. p 145, 259 Robison, K. p 56 Roche, L p 106, 250 Roclf, P. p. 140, 192, 193 Rodoclfer, J p. 124, 146, 220 Rodriguez, R p. 56 Roe, C p. 146 Roe, 5. p. 146 Rogers, B. p 56, 187 189 Rogers, 6. p. 106 Rogers, K. p. 56, 232 Rogers, R p 146 Romberg, M. p 146 Romero, N. p. 57 Roome, D p. 146 Roordo, Terry p 146 Roordo, 77no p 106 Rose, R. p. 146, 190 Ross, C p. 106 Ross, P. p. 266 Rossi, M. p. 146 Rossi, V. p. 106 Rorh, C p. 106, 267 Roughron, M p. 262 Roughron, P p. 146, 262 Rounsaville, 5 p 160, 233, 241 Rourlfe, 5. p. 106 Roush, K p.57 Rowley, D. p 146 Rucker, R. p 57 Ruclser, V. p. 91, 106 Rudeen, K. p 90, 106, 212 Rudeen, L. p. 57 247 248, 250 Rued, T. p. 106, 238 RufHn, P p. 57 Ruiz, J. p. 106, 146 Ruppel, l-l. p. 57 77 120, 250, 251 Rushron, M p 106 Ruslf, 5. p 146 Russell, R p 91, 106, 216 Rusr, E p. 106, 200, 201, 259 Ruszlfa, T p 106 Ruszlfowslfi, T. p.107 Rurledge, 5. p 107 Ryba, K p. 57 187 189 Ryba, T p 107 Sabec, D. p, 82, 107 216, 217 220 Sacco, Y p. 107 Saclf, K p 57 Saclf, L. p. 146 Saclsuvich, H p 146, 214 Sadar, J. p. 146 Saindon, R p 147 Salas, M p. 6 Salazar, C p. 146, 193 Salazar, E p 57 220, 255 Salgada, J. p 146 Sallee, T p. 58 Salrer, P. p. 146 Salyer, C p. 146 Salyer, G. p 146 Sammans, R p 107 262 Samara, M p 146 Sanchez, J p 147 Sanders, D. p 147 Sanders, J. p 107 198, 228, 244 Sanrisrevan, S. p. 107 Sanrorna, G p 147 Sanrorno, L. p. 170 Sanrorno, N p 170 Sapegin, S. p 58 Sasirn, J p. 147 272 Sauer, D p 15, 187 189 Saulr, M p 147 Scarpino, J p 147 Schaefer, L p 147 261 Schaffer, G. p 58, 266 Schaff P. p 147 Scheierman,L p 147 Schell, J p. 147 Schleiger, T p. 107 Schlurer, Debra p 266 Schlurer, Diane p 147 Shannon, J. p. 91, 108 Shannon, K p. 58, 282, 252 Shannon, P. p. 108 Sharp, G p. 148 Shearer, R. p. 148 Shenefelr, M. p. 58, 214, 225, 248 Shenefelr, S. p. 59 Shevlin, D. p. 148 Shields, J p. 148 Shields, Tp 59 Shimpa, R. p 76, 77 82 08, 208, Sarrenrino, M p 149 Saules, S p. 149 Spano, G. Fac. p. 109, 177 180, 214, 264 Sparks, S p. 109, 244 Spaur, L. p 108, 109 Spence, J. p. 149 Spensieri, G. p 61, 106, 198, 220 Spensieri, J. p. 149 Spensieri, M p 149 Spicer, D. p. 149, 242 , 1 212, 220, 257 259 Shirley, XV. p 59, 187 189 Sryandemaar, J. p 59 Shoenberger, A p. 59 Sieczkawski, P. p. 148 Sillasen, L p. 108, 210 Simmons, C p. 108 Simmons, D. p. 59 Simmons, T. p. 148 Simon, C p. 148 Simpson, J. p. 2, 59, 254, 255 Sims, Darrell p 108 Sims, Deborah p. 108 Sivers, J p. 59, 77 247 Sivers, M. Fac. p 178, 180, 188, 250, 270 Schlurer, J. p 147 206 Schmidler, G Fac p. 179, 180, 254 Schmidr, L. p 147 190 Schmerrz, N. Fac p 180, 289 Schmuck, A p 147 190 Schnapp, S. p 147 SchaepHin, J p 147 190 Scholes, L Fac. p 178, 180 Schroeder, D. p 147 190 Schroeder, L p. 58, 280, 267 Skaggs, Jeffrey p. 208 Skaggs, John p. 59 Skinner, D p 108 Slack, F p 60, 228, 252, 258 Spina, K p. 109 Spirek, S. p. 109, 187 Spamer, T p. 149 Sparrs p 185 Sprenger, J. p 61, 120, 225, 246, 247 250 Spruir, S. p. 109 Sramek, J. p. 76 Sraley, D. p. 149,.190 Sfaley, T p. 149 Sranbary, E. p 109 Srandish, L. p. 149 Sranclsh, M. p 61 260 Sranley, G. p. 149 Sranron, B. p. 261, 264 Srarr, D. Cusr. p. 184 Srauff L. p. 149 Sreele, J. p 61 Sreinman, L. p 109, 198 ' Srephens, R. p. 206 Sullivan, Mike p. 110 Sullivan, P p. 149, 198 Sulhvan, S. p. 62 Sulhvan, T. p 149 Susman, A. p. 150 Surcliffe, V. p. 150 Surron, B. p. 110 Surron, S p. 110 Swackenberg, T. p. 110, 259 Swanson, C p. 62, 250, 261, 270 Swenson, J. p. 150, 212 Swoboda, J p. 62, 247 250 Swaverland, J. Fac. p. 175, 181 Szaniho, J. p 150 Tahkafper, D. p. 110, 255 Tapparo, T p. 150 Tarasewicz, R. p. 91, 110, 208 Tarpenning, T p. 62 Taylor, A, p. 110 Taylor, C p. 272 Taylor, S. p. 62 Taylor, T p 62, 200, 201, 257 270 Teers, D. p 68 Terer, S. p. 68, 284 Thibadeau, K. p. 68, 247 Thomas, D.p.68 Thomas, C p. 68, 255 Thomas, E Cook p. 184 Thomas, M. p. 68, 120, 252, 267 Thomas, S. p. 68, 255 Slicker, M. p. 148 Slaniger, D. p 108 Schuberr, B. p. 107 250 Schuberr, J p W, 120, 147 Schurichr, P p. 147 Q Schwarz, E p 58 Scarf, 8. p 107 Scarr, H p 107 Scorr, R. p 147 Scorr, P Coun. p 169 Scarf, S. p 147 190 Screws, L p 107 Screws, R p. 147 Scrogan, J Fac p 178, 180, 267 Seaford, S. p. 147 Seales, R p 107 Sealy, S p, 148 Searle, T p 148, 198, 207 268 Sedllos, B p 107 Selrenreich, D 107 Sena, D p 148 Senenrnan, R p 148 Seniors p. 18 Serna, L p 58, 266 Shaffer, D. p. 58, 255 Shaffer, S p 107 202, 207 Shakin, D p 108 Shakin, T p 148 Shannon, C p 58, 255, 266 Shannon, D p 108, 251 282 Sly, J. p 60 Smirh, A p 108 Smirh, C p. 60, 120, 250, 251 Thomas, T p. 110 Thompson, G. p 110, 248 Thomson, L. p. 150 Tharnran, J p 110 Thoresan, R. Couns. p. 169, 190 Smirh, D. Fac. p 175, 188, 225, 226, 251, 270 Smirh, Donna p 148 Smirh, Doug p 60, 198 Smirh, James 6101 p. 77 148 Smirh, James C112 p 108 Smirh, Jean p 108 Smirh, Jennifer p. 108 Smirh, Kelly p 148 Smirh, Kurr p. 148, 207 Smirh, L p. 108 Smirh, Rachel p. 148 Smirh, Rebecca p 108 Smirh, Rack p 60 Smirh, Scor p. 108, 257 262 Smirh, Scorr p 60 Smirh, Shawn p 148 Smirh, T. p. 148 Snuffer, K p. 148 Snyder, C. p 148 Snyder, R p. 8, 206 Sodairis, L p 60, 266 Sadairis, V. p 148 Salominsky, M Fac. p. 148, 180, Srevens, J. p. 61, 77 Srice, D p. 149 Srille, H. p. 109 Srille, T p. 90, 109 Srirr, J. p. 181 Sripp, J p 61 Srolre, E p. 61, 77 120, 250, 251 Sraner,,L p 62,255 Sroops, C p 109 Sroaps, T. 62, 266 Sror, R. Fac. p. 175, 181 Srary, L p 149 Srory, S p. 62 Srauf, S. p. 149 Srrand, XV p 149 Srrawbaugh, C 62, 282 Srreerer, J. p. 109 Srryek, C. p 109 Srrorr, D p. 149 Srubbs, J p 91, 109 Srufhngs, R. Fac. p 181 Srumbaugh, R p 198 Srumpf R. p. 62 Srumpf P p 149 Srumpf S. p. 109 Srumpp, H p 208, 260 Srumpp, P. p. 149, 208 Sublerr, K p 109, 187 Sublerr, R p 62, 187 189 NH P p. 110 Fmmerman, L. p. 68 Emmons, J p. 150, 259 Emmons, S. p 68 Ummons, T. p 150 Nnerri, L. p 68 Dpron, D Fac p. 175, 181 Toivanen, L. p 110 Tokarsky, P Fac p 179, 182, 188 Talman, H. Fac. p 1U 182 Tomlinson, G. Fac. p. 160, 179, 182 Tomhnson, J. Couns. p. 169 Tolve, G. Cusr p 184 Tone, S p. 68 Toaley, G. p. 68, 114, 200, 201 Toaley, J p. 64, 200, 201, 270 Townsend, R. Fac. p 175, 182, 201, 281, 286, 240, 241 Townsend T p 76, 77 110, 251 Townsend, V. p. 110, 228 Train, J. p 2, 64, 254, 255 Tran, D p. 110 Tran, T p 110, 198 Traur, L. p. 110, 268 186, 187 192 Sorensen, C p 149, 195 Sorenson, D. p 149 Sorenson, K p 109 Sorrenrina, B p 60, 266, 267 Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, J. Fac p 177 181 J. p. 109 M Fac p 179, 181 Michele p 110 Michelle p 110 Travis, A p 64, 214, 215 Travis, p. 150, 190, 208 Trembarh, C. p 64, 178, 252, 262 Trembarh, M. Fac. p 182, 252, 255 Trever, J, p 117 150, 245 Trlmble, D. p 150 Trausil, R. p. 150 Trour, D. p. 110, 245, 254, 255 Trcyillo, J. p. 150 Trmylllo, P. p. 110 TTLJITLO, R p. 110 Tucker, D. p. 110 Tucker, P. p. 04 Tuers, E p. 150, 207 Tuller, L p 04, 255 Turner, D p 04, 225, 247 Turrle, B. p. 110 Tweed J p. 110, 244 Tvvehous, D p 04 Tyrrell, E Fac. p. 175, 182, 100 Uberr, D p. 110 Ugollnl, F. p. 110, 202 Underwood, E p. 150 Urbach, J. Fac p 182, 210 Urle, L. p. 150, 100 Urfe, T. p. 252 Ursinz, R. p. 150 Ury, C p. 04 Ury, J p. 110 Urechr, J. p. 110 ' Valenrlne, S. p. 150 Vanburen, G p 150 Vonburen, T p. 150 Vance, K. p 01 102, 110 Vandeveere, J. p. 111 Vanheesch, L p. 04, 200 Vanheesch, R. p 111 Vanhorn, R. p. 150 Varmola, E. p. 150 Varnell, K p 04, 200 Vasak, L. p. 111 Voss, K p 111, 200 Verke, C p. 111, 210, 217 Wburg, R. p. 04 Vldick, C p 05 Vldck, T. p. 150 Wgll, E. p. 111, 255 Wgil, M. p. 150 Wgll, R. p. 150 Wlano, Z. Fac. p 171 182, 180, 187 Wne, W. p, 111 Wrale, B p 151 Wrry, M p 151 Vogr, 5. p. 111 Volkerr, R p. 05, 180 Vondran, 5 p 111 Vonesh, D p 150 Vue, F p 111 Vue, K. p 111 Vue, Y. p 151 Wadlelgh, H p. 151, 207 Wadlefgh, L p 05, 215, 280, 254, 255 Wagner, 5 p. 05, 252 Wagner, T p 1 Walls, H. p 151 Walker, C Fac p 170, 188 Walker, R. p 151, 200 Walker, W. p. 151 Wallace, A p. 151 Wallace, W p 05, 272 Wollfn, C. p 151 Walrers, K p 200 Wambold D p 151 Wang, C p. 151 Ward, D p. 151 Ward, K p 151 Ward, Kelley p 111, 210, 217 Ward, Laura p 05, 200 We1r,R p 151 Welsdorfer, C. p. 111 Welch, M. p. 111 Wellens, K. p. 05, 152 200 Wells, R p 151 Wel5h,L p 151 Wekh, W. p 00, 204 Wesrkamp, C. p 151 Wermore, K. p. 151 Whearley, K p. 111 Whlraker, Jr. R p 151, 100 Whiraker, D p 111 Whlraker, T. p 00, 208 Whfre, B p 111 Whlre, K. p 111 111, 180, 187 Whlre, P p Whireman, G. p 00 Whlmeld, J. p 00, 200, 270 Whfring, J. p. 151 Wh1rney, R p. 151 Wh1rney,R p 151 Whlrren, D., A P p 178 Mchael, C. p. 00, 200 Mchmann, R. p. 00 Wlerhorn, K p 151 Wilcox, T p. 82, 111, 220 Wilhelm, 5 p 152 Wllkle, C Fac. p 175, 188 Ward, Lisa p. 111 Ward, Lori p 05, 255 Ward R p. 05, 102, 105, 200 Warner, D p 111 Warner, V. p 111 Warers, D. p 05, 102, 105, 201 Warklns, J. p 151 Worklnson, D p. 151 Warson, C. p 151, 210, 217 Warron, K p. 111, 200 Warren, TO.C. p 101 Waugh, P. p. 151 Weaver, Jeffrey p. 05 Weaver, Jerome p 151 Webb, H p. 151 Webber, A. p 151 Websrer, K. p 111 Weelans, L p 05 Weldemonn, M p. 151 Mllffns, J p. 00 Wllkinson, R. p 152, 214 Mllard, B p 272 Wllleford, D. Fac p 181, 188, 223, 248, 244, 240, 248 Mlllams, B. Sec p. 170 Wllllams, E p. 00 Mlllams, G Fac p. 181, 188, 250 Mllfoms, Karl p 111, 200 Wllhams, Kelly p 15, 00 Mlllams, M. Fac p 100, 175, 188 Mllfams, R. p. 00, 210, 228, 201 Mllfams, T p. 152 Wlllmore, D p 00 Mkon, G. p 00 Mlson, K. p 111, 208 Wllson, M. p 07 Wilson, N. p. 200 Wilson, Tp. 07 Wlnanr, M. A P p, 178 Wing, Theodore p. 111 Mng, Traci p. 111 Mnrer Llfe p 118 Mnrers Jr., R. p 152 Wlse, A. p 152 Wfsecup, J p 152 wr, J. p 111, 114, 215, 228 Wofford, J Fac p. 170, 188 Wold, C p 150 Wolf T p 152, 100, 202, 208 Wolfe, C p 152 Wompey, C p 124, 152, 210, 212 220 Wonderly, C p. 07 100, 107 Wood, J Fac p 181, 188 Wood. R p 152 Woodard, T p. 152 Woods, D p 112 Woods, L. p 07 Woodworrh, T p 152 Wozow, 5 p 112 Wr1ghr,L p 07 Wrighr, M p. 112 Wyarr, R Fac p Wylle, C p 112 178, 188, 200 Yang, 5 p 112 Yang, X p 152 Ybarra, N. p 112 Yocum, C. Foc. p 178, 188 Yoon, H. p. 07 Yosr, M. p 152 Young, C. p. 07 Younger, D p 112 Q Yowell, D. p 112, 200 Yowell, T p 152, 201, 202, 208 Zaba, D. p 112, 208 Zacharlsen, A p 07 Zcyicek, R. p. 120, 152 Zakrezewskl, R p 152, 200 Zamora, P p 01 Zappa, D P OZ 263 Zfmmerman, D p 152 Zimmerman, L p. 07 152, 225 Zwemke, 5. p 112, 100 Zwemke, Z p 07 100 Freedom was chosen as rhe rheme for rhis 1981 yearbook. Freedom was chosen because rhis was a rime when 52 Amencan hosrages were released from Iranian capriviry. Communisr expansion in Afghanisran and Cenrral America ako rhrearened many peoples freedom. Freedom was also chosen because economic problems rhrearened rhe Amencan Hfesryle. The Amencan wayfreedam-rhe opporruniry for an incividual ro pursue specilic inreresrs was demonsrrared by Assisfanr Pnncrpal Doug Whirren rerminaring a career in educaribn for a career in his own business. Miss Georgene rominson, rhe former media speaabn replaced Mr. Whirren. She, in rurn, was replaced by Mrs. Peggy Dller. Two teachers dsplayed their freedom ro d1ange rheir lifesryles. ln a remporary exchange, Mr. Dennk Dunkin rraded posirions wirh Mr. Russel Riseley from . I Q f V Q 0 t 0 4 . l Q V 1 .W K. 9 9 I . . gl . ,ir 1 Q O A! JC M A 9 ' 0 'V S yd' . l l I it E. .9 'Q 9 an ' 4 . ' 0 s maui 3 , . . 3 if ' 2 Q " ' We as W' Q . 1 ' ,Q . A F I ' ,f m i 1 ,T 3 . , .dp it M' W....m,,,-M., ' ' s,..,.M.., w' . x E 39007 1 we wwf wl""""""' 'G ' www i , A S ,gg Q Ausrralia. tacn will rerurn home in 1962 wim new experiences and ourlooks on ire. tven The 1961 yearbook sraff was effecred by drange when Karhy Andersen became rhe sophomore secrion leader. Freedom offered us rhe opnon ro change and follow our incividual inreresrs. lr provided us rhe priviege ro gain knowledge ro adweve our Seniors experienced lheresponsibilries and of young adulrs. Juniors looked forward ro becoming seniors posinve rorhe underclass srudenrs. The sophomores endured a year of high school cky F and fOC6 ffl? F growing up. Al A. srudenrs should accepr responsibilry of preserving freedom for furure 7 F 1 1 generanons and in so wil provide a means of fullfwing rheirfown ambirions. s is . .l.i lf ,A . . EEESE E2 E Q.-2 Q Q Q Q as EEE? xixii E F3 if EE SE 'T S m i ,Riff W


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