Eldorado High School - El Aguila Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1985
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Sherry Mclntire. along with the student she spon-
sored who won a Presidential Scholarship, was invit-
ed to Washington last year by the President of the
United States. This is the same Sherry Mclntire who
stopped traffic in Kansas City when she wandered
around town dressed for her role as the witch ln Snow
White and the Seven Dwarves. These two incidents
attest to why Sherry's students love her classes. She is
challenging and she is fun.
Sherry received a B.S. degree from the University of
Kansas and has completed over 45 hours of graduate
study at the University of New Mexico. A member of
the faculty at Eldorado since I97 I , she currently
teaches English and Theater courses. Sherry has also
sponsored the current junior class since its freshman
year and has been a member of the School Improve-
ment Team and the Honors Committee for several
In addition to the presidential invitation above.
Sherry has recived several other honors. She was se-
lected by the National Endowment for the Humanities
to participate in a summer seminar to study theater in
New York City last year. She also won distinction
when she guided a student through an award winning
paper that eamed him a Westinghouse Science Schol-
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Scott Evans, a Magna Cum Laude Graduaterof Man-
kato State University in Minnesota and a i968 NCAA
CD All-American Wrestling Team Member. sets high
standards for his students and the members ,of the
Eldorado Wrestling Team. Last year he was chosen as
the Wrestling Coach of the Year by the New Mexico
High School Coaches Association.
In addition to the B.S. degree he received from
Mankato State University. Scott also eamed a Master
of Science degree from the University of New Mexico.
He was an Assistant Wrestling Coach and taught
Physical Education Courses at the University of New
Mexico. Scott is the Chairman of the Physical Educa-
tion Department and the Head Wrestling Coach at
Eldorado. He has led the Eldorado Wrestling Team to
a magnificent record over the years. They won state in
ln addition to teaching and coaching, Scott finds
time to write and publish. Last year he authored a
section of Ideas ll for Secondary School Physical Edu-
cation and wrote a book of his own. Concepts in
Coaching Wrestling. Scott is married to Pam Evans
who also teaches physical education at Eldorado and
sponsors the award winning drill team. They have a
son and a daughter,
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The proiects of Student Senate, the major legislative organization of the student body, echoed
the yearlong theme, "Yes, We Canl" In addition to the year's big productions, homecoming and
the senior awards assembly, senators excelled in spirit and service. They stressed theme assem-
blies, starting the year on a wave of Olympic patriotism with the fall sports assembly. The winter
sports assembly had a game show format featuring "Family Feud" between the girls and the boys
and "l.et's Make a DeaI." In addition, Mike Smith spoke at an American Assembly before
Thanksgiving. The yearlong theme originated in an assembly designed to acknowledge Eldorado
superstars. The students reacted to staged assemblies positively, "they were more fun, had a
Fundraising was extremely emphasized, computer dating and spook-o-grams created money
for the club. Also, money weeks, copper drives, election day, bake sales and a wheelchair day
were held to support the Shirley Taylor Equipment Bank. Student cooperation and participation
was excellent. "Whenever they find someone needs something, Eldorado students always come
together to heIp," observed senator Gloria King.
As an organization dedicated to the representation of Eldorado, senate takes communication
and student involvement seriously. Senators personally visited homerooms on Fridays to inform
students of upcoming events and to directly receive student and faculty reaction and insights. ln
addition, to reward students, teachers, administrators and parents who contribute to the school
through service, positive attitude, cooperation, dependability, initiative and leadership,
the Student Senate commenced The Golden Talon Club.
The Student Senate also interacted with groups outside. Eldorado Sena-
tors served at the New Mexico Association of Student Council, 7,
Central District Student Council and East Area Student Ad- 9 .
visory. Jerome Gomez was the First Vice President
of the state organization. Eldorado hosted a
Central District meeting .lanuary 30, .,'
inviting senators from all Al-
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Bruce Welton Holly Bronson Laurie Brown Kim Cole
Beth Collins Andrea Dalia
Lynn Filusch Carmen Martinez Brian Moore Greg Williams
Cari Porter Ron Upshaw .lill Vasquez
Members of the National Honor Society were:
Theran Adamson. Amy Allpass, Denise An-
derson. Jane Arnold, Jennifer Baker, Kristin
Ann Bauer, Susann Benjamin, Hope Bigelow,
Becky Bishop, Barbara Bueck, Teri Burch, Wes-
ley Burgess, Sabrina Busico. Karen Caldwell,
Becki Canaday, Thomas Casias, Julie Chavez,
Paula Clevenger, Karen Darsey, Renee Davis.
Elizabeth Dettmer, Ron Dixson, Robert Doo-
len. Tom Eckert. John Engels. Anthony Gomez,
Micki Cline. Gavin Gonzalez, Fran Gottlieb,
Cheryl Guenther. Tracy Hathoot. Vanessa
Hawker. Leslie Hill. Michelle Jeffery. Betsy
Jones. Brian Jones. Stephanie Kaup, Lainie
Keslin. Robert Kuiath. Kimberly Lastra, Alan
Lee. Hae-Jung Lee, Kelly Long, Cheryl Mather- .
ly. Eric McCarson, Mary McKinley, Ron Me-
line, Kristin Michels, Elizabeth Minana, Seana
Moore. Erin Nicolls, Tacy Nomood, Donald
0'NeilI. Mike Parrish. Larisa Pedroncelli. Mi-
chelle Peeples, Rocky Ray, Veronica Reiking,
Thomas Riney, Stephen Rozum. Marigene Sa-
lazar, Denise Scibior. Steve Sheldon. Timothy
Shultz, John Skelton. Shari Smith, Brett Sny-
der, Amy Spear. Stephen Stocking, Suzanne
Strong. Kim Struve. Shelle Van Etten, Laura
Vogel, Sarah Wardlaw. Barbara White. Robin
Williams, Vanessa Willock and Ken Zimmer-
Societies rank as one of the oldest and most
prestigious organizations for high school stu-
dents. The National Spanish Honor Society
was no exception. Although the society was a
highly social organization, throughout the
school year, candy sales and other fund rais-
ers were conducted to award a scholarship or
aid for students going abroad. Membership
requirements were three semester A's in a
Spanish class. In this way the most fluent stu-
dents were able to come together to broaden
their knowledge of the Spanish culture. The
students discovered Spanish was a vibrant
and invigorating language.
The biggest activity the National Honor So-
ciety faced was the induction of new members
in the spring. Leadership. scholarship, service
and character were the four qualties that a
NHS member had to have in order to be in-
ducted into the organization. All members
had to maintain a 3.5 grade point average
throughout the year. Eldorado was proud to
support the NHS and NSHS.
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Members of the National Spanish Honor Society were: Beth Harrington. Senora Paclenza Bertha
Heather Fenstermaker. Robin Ohar. Karen Darcy, Jane Arnold. Fran Gottlieb. Tim Shultz Kathy S
Seana Moore, Kelly Long. Karen Caldwell, Julie Lambros, John Skelton. John Mickey and Larry
Golden Talon Club
The Golden Talon Club is an organization to reward students, teach-
ers. administrators, and parents who work "above and beyond the
call of duty" for Eldorado High School. You can be part of selecting
members of the Golden Talon Club by nominating special people for
membership. Membership in the Golden Talon Club is based on:
SERVICE - People who volunteer their time to work on special pro-
jects or committees
POSITIVE ATTITUDE - People who generate positive feelings about
Eldorado through the things they do or say
COOPERATION - People who pitch in and work with others always
maintaining a cooperative attitude
DEPENDABILITY - People who can be counted on to complete a
project by putting forth their best effort
INITIATIVE - People who perform positive acts without being asked
or expecting to be rewarded
LEADERSHIP- People who are willing to assume the responsibility of
a leadership role at Eldorado or in community organiza-
tions or projects
A UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION TO EHS OR COMMUNITY - through
time, talent, or resources
E pressed Great talent.
The International Thespian Society was
a world wide organization of drama stu-
dents. Only the most talented and dedi-
cated theatre students were honored
with membership. Each student must
have devoted at least one hundred
hours before becoming eligible for
membership. Eldorado's Troupe 272
was formed in I976 by ten members.
This year, there were over two hundred
members, twenty-one of which were
This year's Thespians played a large
role not only in school productions such
as the annual Thespian Variety Show.
but also in city and state festivals. They
received excellent reviews from profes-
sional critics at the Albuquerque Public
Schools Festival, University of New
Mexico Festival and Eastern New Mexi-
co University Festival. Their motto was
"Act well your part, there all honor
Thespian Troupe 272 consisted of: Theran Adamson. Rick Bassan, Kimberly Broxterman, Mile Covington, Pat
Diamond, Brendon Dougherty. Scott Frye, Rob Hagen, Vanessa Hawker. Leslie Hill, Bobby Hlnnen. Shelly
Johnson. Tacy Norwood, Chris Raey, David Rivera, Jory Rosen. Lauriann Sikora, laura Smith, Melissa Suber.
Danielle Sumers and James Walton.
Antigone Returned Heroic Ideal
l The Beauty
The cast of The Beauty Part was: Cin order of appearanceb Lisa Dungan, Chris Reay, Scott
Frye, Michael Covington, Leslie Upshaw, Lauriann Sikora, Rick Bassan, James Walton, David A.
Rivera, Chuck Martin, Tacy Nonlvood, Theran Adamson, Maureen Roskin, Jory Rosen, Pat
Diamond, Robert Hinnen, Kelly Covington, Nancy Davis, Maria Rivera, Ann Brass, Becky
McCollister, Laura Smith, Kim Broxterman, Mike Harris, Holley Bronson, Vanessa Hawker and
The cast of Antigone was: fin order of appearancej Leslie Hill, Vanessa Hawker, Lisa
Dungan, Kelly Covington, Jory Rosen, Scott Frye, Becky McCollister, Laura Smith, Rick Bassan.
Maureen Roskem, Kim Broxterman. Tacy Norwood, Ann Brass, Nancy Davis, Holley Bronson,
Mike Harris, Robert Hagen, Bobby Hinnen, James Walton, David A. Rivera, Chuck Martin,
Chris Reay, Michael Covington, Theran Adamson, Leslie Upshaw, Pat Diamond, Ann Brass and
Shakespeare's A Hit
On February I2-I5, the Eldorado Drama Club performed the
Shakespearean play Comedy of Errors. The cast included Chuck
Martin, Chris Reay, Scott Frye, Rick Bassan, Rob Hagen, Pat Dia-
mond, Lisa Dungan, Kelly Covington. Leslie Upshaw, Lauriann Si-
kora, Anne Brass, Leslie Hill, Mike Harris, James Walton, Maureen
Roskom, Becky McCollister and Paulete Thomas. It was directed by
Mr. Nason, and the assistant director was Maria Rivera. This perfor-
mance was unique because not all of the profits went to Eldorado.
The proceeds from the first night went to the African Relief Fund
through the United World Churches. Proceeds from the other three
performances went into the EIdorado's theater production fund. as
usual. The four performances were enjoyed by many and proved to
be a hit.
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Germany Norway Sweden Finland
Front Row: Runar Karlsen, Gabriela Mendoza and Angela Clement: Back Rowx Erika Connley, Anne Spranger, Isaac Fernadez, Jochem Katthaus. Stefan Gebhard,
Harald Thommersen, Ann Laurila, Andy Galanos, Mika Reinikainin. Anke Muller. Anders Blom, Patrick Orban and Lotta Sahlen.
Foreigner Beca e Eagles
Foreign exchange students have been a part of Eldorado ever since Eldorado first opened. This year there was a record numbers
eighteen foreign exchange students enrolled at Eldorado: six juniors, eleven seniors and one freshman. These students arrived in the
U.S. in July and August and stayed for three months or all year. All of these students were very positive and found school in the U.S.
different. There was a different choice of classes, and school was a more social environment. Many of these students found
Albuquerque very different than expected. as some of them didn't even know where it was. One student from Australia replied with a
prominent accent, "I was expecting to have a siesta at 3 p.m." When they were asked to describe the United States, here was what
some of them had to say . . .
Andy Galanos Mika Reinikainen Anne Spranger
Greece Finland Australia
Jochum Kotthaus Anke Muller-Solger Kees Kat
Germany Germany Netherlands
Harald Thommersen Erica Connley Anders Blom
Norway Australia Sweden
Gabriela Mendoza Isaac Fernandez Lotta Sahlen Stefan Gebhard
Mexico Spain Sweden Germany
Eag es Excelled Academically
l984 and I985 proved to be honorable for Eldorado students. Eagles earned awards in both group and individual competitions. The
most widely recognized and prestigious honor sought by the college-bound remained the National Merit Scholarship Program. Initiated
in the iunior year by taking the PSATXNMSQT, hopefuls with percentile ranking of ninety-nine were selected as semi-finalists. New
Mexico exhibited ninety-five semifinalists, nine from Eldorado. Receiving this distinction were Roy Arnett, Ron Dixson, John Engels,
Todd Hassan, Alan Lee, Sean Purcell, Brian Russell, Denise Scibior and John Skelton. Then, after many forms, recommendations and
other information, finalists were selected. Eldorado was proud of Timothy Bolek, Ron Dixson, John Engles, Todd Hassan, Alan Lee,
Denise Scibior, and John Skelton for this achievement.
For those inclined to writing, the National Council of Teachers of English sponsored its writing awards program. Nominated by their
iunior English teachers, students wrote on an assigned topic. The top five writers became school finalists. This year, Hal Richardson, Da-
vid Stichman, Paul Jones, Robin Davis and Larry Brown represented Eldorado. In addition, three Eagles were selected as winners out of
the five from New Mexico: Ken Zimmerman, Sarah Wardlaw. and Tim Schultz. All wrote short stories, finding them more interesting
than essays. Ken described a half mile race at a track meet: Sarah narrated how she met her friends: Tim told the troubles of a "slow"
ten-year-old boy. They each were delighted with the honor.
However, Eldorado students didn't limit themselves to the achievements gained through national academic programs. They
branched into leadership, artistic talent, and drama. Kristy Cole attended the International Hugh O'Brien Youth Seminar in Boston.
Massachusetts, as one of the two delegates from New Mexico. Greg Williams was selected as the Eldorado Hugh O'Brien Outstanding
Sophomore. He attended the state seminar in the Spring. Gloria King and Jerome Gomez were featured in the Albuquerque .lournal's
Bill Bell Salute to Excellence for their achievements in student government. Susie Strong represented Eldorado in the New Mexico
Junior Miss Pageant in January. Lainie Keslin and Cheryl Matherly met President Reagan while attending Girls Nation in Washington,
D.C. These vivacious and vocal girls were picked as national delegates at Girls State by their impromptu speeches and delightful
characters. Two members of the drama department were recognized for their all star performances in the APS Drama Festival. Leslie Hill
and David Rivera. as Lady Bracknell and the butler in The Importance of Being Ernest captured the attention of the audience and judges.
The drama department also gave a strong perfor-
mance at the UNM Drama Festival. On Novem-
ber 3. the ROTC captured the overall winner title
of the West Texas State University Drill Competi-
tion. In addition, they received the Commanders
Trophy, first in regulation drill. second in exhibi-
tion drill, and Don Maddox obtained the first in
individual performance. Consequently Eldorado
students emerged with flying colors as Eagles.
Tim Schultz Sarah Wardlaw Ken Zimmerman
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ROTC Drill Team NOTE School Nominees weret David Stichman, Robin Davis, Paul Jones. Hal Richardson and, not
pictured. Larry Brown.
Drama Festiyal honored Leslie Hill and David Rivera.
Tim Bolek Ronald Dixson
John Engels Todd Hassan
Sean Purcell Denise Scibior John Skelton
Merit Semifinalists included: Brian Russell. Alan Lee. Sean Purcell, Ron Dixson. Girls Nation delegates were: Cheryl Matherly and lainie Keslin.
Denise Scibior, John Engles. John Skelton and, not pictured, Todd Hassan and Tim Bolek.
OEA competitors werex Front Rowx Edie
Hamilton. Accounting Il, Kristie Mar-
tin, Data Processing Computert Lorri
Howe, Data Processing Computer: Ju-
lie Maull, General Clerical ll and Diane
Probst. Accounting ll. Back Rowx Jenni-
fer Clark, Receptionist: Beth Byers, Pro-
motional Display: .lack Henderson,
State President Candidate: Stacy Evans,
Typing III and Michelle Hise. Chapter
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First Place Second Place Third Place
Deca's Score Added
DECA stands for Distributive Education Clubs of America. Mrs.
Johns is their sponsor. DECA is a program designed to provide a
greater understanding of our free enterprise system and to devel-
op leadership characteristics. DECA is an integral part of the class,
land students compete at the District, State and National levels.
Leadership training is also stressed. Nationals will be held in San
Francisco this year, and many Eldorado students were expected to
qualify. Another education association at Eldorado is OEA which
stands for Office Education Association. This club provides recog-
nition of individual members and chapters for involvement in a
variety of programs designed to develop personal leadership and
office skills. The competitive events program provides Regional,
State and National Competition for events which measure office
skills, speaking abilities and job interview skills.
DECA competitors were: Front Row. Beth Minana.
General Marketing: Earl Moore. General Mer-
chandise: Carmen Sweeney, Food Marketing:
Marilee Alvarez, General Marketing: Jennifer
Pike. General Merchandise: Ellen Thornton, Ad-
vertising Services and Mark Sanchez. Restaurant
Marketing. Middle Row: Vince Rubin, General
Marketing: Jaris Cawthon, General Merchandise:
Suzanne Arnold, Apparel and Accessories: Scott
Dodson, General Marketing: Lynn Guernesey, Fi-
nance and Credit: Lewis Allen, General Marketing
and Rick Anderson, Finance and Credit. Back
Row: James Rogers, Service Station Retailing: Jeff
Woodward, General Merchandise: John Hobkirk,
Food Marketing: Darrell Argaud, Service Station
Retailing: Geneen Madlock. Apparel and Acces-
sories: Sam Watkins, Restaurant Marketing: Ran-
dy Dobbs, Service Station Marketing and Mrs.
"Success in life is
. . . Smiling any-
l984 Grad Recognized
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Eldorado had many outstanding athletes this year. The girls basketball team broke their old record of seventy victories. and USA
Today put Eldorado Girls Basketball into their national ratings.
Eldorado also had many superior individual athletes. Alison Kleven was all-state, all-district and all-city for the volleyball team.
Teri Florence received an honorable mention for all-state and made all-district and all-city. She was also featured in USA Today as
one of the two top athletes in New Mexico. Pat French and Jerome Gomez were selected for all-state first team in football. Carolyn
Gallagher qualified for all-state, all-district and all-city in cross country track. In addition, Carmen Richardson and Deedee Bazan
were all-district and all-city for the cross country team. Tom Eckert made all-state for the boys cross country team and placed 20th
out of 70 runners in the state meet. Eldorado was lucky to have such great athletes.
Athletes Showed Their Best
Teri Florence and Alison Kleven
Girls Varsity Basketball Team
Tom Eckert Pat French Jerome Gomez
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irls Soccer Ranked State Champs
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tate. Bottom photo: Charlie Dotson. Top wrestler
The Girls Eagle Soccer All-Staters included! First Teamx
' Brigitte Sparlin, Laura Vogel. Karen Caldwell and Beth Hin-
'L kle. Second Team: Cherly Guenther, Amy Taylor and Amy
y W Baver. Honorable Mentions: Becky Wright. Micki Cline and
-T Stephanie Talpas.
Eagles Sported Gold
The Eldorado Athletics Program was highly commended for its excellence in
sports. Girls Varsity Soccer exemplified this pursuit of greatness. In addition to
taking the state title, many girls received individual honors. Some were named APS-
Godfathers Athletes of the Week: Laura Vogel for September 25. Amy Taylor for
October 30 and Karen Caldwell for October 9 and November I3. A record number
made the All-State Team. Brigitte Sparlin, Laura Vogel, Karen Caldwell and Beth
Hinkle played on the first team. The second team contained Cheryl Guenther, Amy
Taylor and Annie Bauer. Becky Wright, Micki Cline and Stephanie Talpas held
honorable mentions. Obviously, the Eagle soccer program triumphed. Three mem-
bers ofthe Boys Varsity Soccer Team obtained honorable All-State mentions also.
They were Jeff Collins. Ken Zimmerman and Pat Coulie. Yet soccer was not the only
game to sport state champ status. For the second year, sophomore Charlie Dotson
wrestled his way to be state champ in the I I2 weight level wrestling. He was also
Marc Davy placed as state runner up. City runners up were Marc Davy, Kyle Metz.
and Rob Smith. Swimmer, Clayton Brown, emerged third in the state meet. Conse-
quently, Eldorado was well represented in the sports arena.
Forty Eldorado students have been recognized as
some of the finest student musicians in New Mexico.
These students were chosen at special auditions by a
team of University professors to participate in the All-
State Music Festival. The festival consists of three
main sections: Band, Symphony Orchestra and Cho-
rus. Only the top percentage of musicians from each
high school in the state were chosen, Eldorado was
fortunate to have been represented in each of these
All State Orchestra also includedt Sumiko Corley. Tammy Sauressig.
Robert Hohlfelder and Bob Carlton.
The All State Band included: Front Row:
Kelly Long. Teri Burch, Margaret Martinez
and Erin Nicolls. Middle Row! Russ Parker.
Heidi Wengert, Larisa Pedroncelli, Chan-
dra Bennett, Tammy Robertson. LeeAnn
Young and Jim Williams. Top Row: Scott
Thompson, Shelle VanEtten. Tanya Rivers,
Edie Hamilton, Debra Williams and Eric
The All State Band included: Front Row: Mark Candelaria, Mark Williams Thad Porcl
Hal Richardson. Jason Owen, Robin Davis and Matt Armstrong Front Row:
White. Kim Struve, Nyleen Troxel. Tony Navarrette. Kim Cole and Scott
The All State Orchestra members were: Front Row: Valerie Mora and Hae Jung
Top Row: Chris Gassler, Trent Whiteside, John Kim and Tim Demmre
Hae Jung Lee
Individuals played a prominent role in the distinctive Eldor-
ado music program. Mr. Lipka was giyen the Distinguished
Teacher Award for his outstanding dedication and discipline
towards the Eldorado band students. He has directed New
Mexico high school musicians for twenty-six years and has
been playing musical instruments since he was nine. Musical
talent ran in his family. Alan Lee, a senior at Eldorado, was
chosen to be a member of the McDonalds All American High
School Band. Alan has played instruments since the fifth grade.
According to Alan, "Musicians are a breed apart." Hae-Jung
Lee was a member of the Eldorado String Chorus, Albuquerque
Youth Symphony and the All State Symphony Orchestra. Hae-
Jung has played the violin for nine years. She was selected this
year to perform a solo concerto on the AYS tour to California.
Thus, each musician strived for his or her harmonic dreams.
Made Our Day
Discovered Paradi e
Julie Chavez Francoise Lemieux
Queen Vanessa Nielson
Melanie McAllister Carmen Richardson
Rhonda Castillo Jennifer lnlow
Dawn Johnson Tiffany Nelson
Kendy Kampfe Karen Ortega
5hHl"3 I-0P91 Mary McKinley
Sir Sir Sir
Robert Kujalh Jay Thornton Darin Bllfivll
Rusty Ray Todd LeCesne
a es Enjoyed Homecomin
e Date: September IO, I984
e Place: Eldorado High School Gymnasium
e Time, 8:00 p.m.
Everyone patiently awaited for the announcing of EIdorado's new homecoming queen and king. As the tension mounted, the
wd grew silent. "The new 84-85 queen and king were . . . Vanessa Nielson and Jerome Gomez." The crowd clapped wildly in a
nding ovation. All eyes were on Eldorado's homecoming queen and king.
This was Eldorado's annual homecoming night coronation. According to Kristy Cole, Homecoming Chairman, this was the best
ed part of homecoming. "An exciting mood was created, and everyone wanted to see the crowning of the king and queen." said
isty. But, this was only one of the many activities associated with homecoming. During homecoming week many exciting events
ok place. Dress up days. pep assemblies, the school carnival, the homecoming football game and the homecoming dance made
these homecoming events. Kristy Cole was in charge of these exciting activities. Her difficult job included making deadlines,
ing assignments and getting committees together.
Vanessa Nielson, our homecoming queen. has lived in Albuquerque all of her life. Her hobbies include being a member of drill
m, waterskiing, learning to snow ski and getting out. Vanessa enioyed the coronation most about homecoming. When
owned, Vanessa remembers feeling, "happy and really excited."
Our king, Jerome Gomez has lived in Albuquerque for nine years. Jerome doesn't have a lot of time for hobbies, but when he
es. he enjoys hiking, camping and spending time with his family. Because Jerome wants more people to try out for homecoming
urt, he offered to take the first step and signed up. His favorite part of homecoming was also the coronation and the football
me. When crowned, he recalled he was, "excited and will never forget it."
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Among the bustle of college applications, essay tests and graduation preparations, seniors made time to reach outward.
On September l5, the lights of the University of Albuquerque ballroom sparkled off the silver tinsel and white balloon
decorations of the i984 Homecoming dance. Used to the Convention Center as the site of the annual event, Eldorado students
found the ballroom crowded. Yet, the excitement of a united school could not be suppressed. Sponsored by Senior Cabinet, the
dance proved to be an "evening in paradise."
In addition, the Senior Cabinet, by majority vote in a class meeting, presented the class song, flower and motto. Reverberating
the optimism and sentimentality, the Forget-me-not was elected class flower. As a highly motivated class, it reached forward,
leaving the words, "lt can't be done, It was never done beforea Therefore, "we will do it." Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Farrell, class spon-
sors, prophesied the "class of '85 . . . will achieve success."
Having grown together, the senior class, although comprised of over 700 students, seemed family. Dawn Johnson, class
secretary, summed, "There is not a greater experience than to experience the unity of the senior class."
United, the Senior Cla s Stood
Senior Class Officers were: Vive-president: Shara AI
bert, Presidentx Julie Chavez, Sponsor Mrs. Fackrell
and Secretaryx Dawn Johnson. Second Row: Treasur
en Jim Williams, and Sponsor Mr. Thomas.
of Senior Cabinet included: Vice-President: Shara Albert, Amy Allpass, Jennifer Baker, President:
Chavez, John Engels, Leslie Hill, Secretary: Dawn Johnson. Barbara Kashinski. Francoise Lemieux.
McKinley. Seana Moore. Erin Sanderson. Judy Shuman, John Skelton, Sarah Wardlaw, Barbara White
Treasurer: Jim Williams.
Theran Adamson . . .
"lfl had it all to do again. I wouIdn't
have time. Nobody is perfick. Thanks to
all and to all a good life."
Shara Albert . . .
"Forever in my memories B. Maute.
You'lI be part of my day if only in my
thoughts. Remembering everyone.
Thanx 4th. K.G. Remember BST's.
Audrey Aday . . . Katherine Aeby . . .
"Wasting time is killing success." "The highest sign of friendship is that
of giving another the privilege of shar-
ing your inner thought. Thank you.
DMDl But Ociffer . .. "
Julie Aicher . . .
"Thank God for fun times, great bud-
dies and Cuadrillal Hold on to memo-
ries. Thanks D, l love youl Living in the
limelight-the universal dream."
Clinton Alberts . . , Russell Alexanderson . . .
"THANKS to allthose who were helpful "To all Horndogs-l salute you! T.E.,
and caring." T.R.. DJ., M.H.. D.H. Heck Morty. I
have this one dead even!"
Jeff Alford . . .
Andrea Allen . . . Fritz Allen . . . Amy Allpass . . . Denise Anderson . . .
"Time is our only obstacle. and like all "It's a cruel summer! Thanks T.G., C.A.. "Open your eyes and see the world that
things. it too will pass. Our dreams C.S., C.M.. T.M. and the Young Life stands before you now. Thanks to
WILL come true, Craig. Thanx LG., Boys-Creal clotheslj CAH S the gang- "ya'lI" the "Booze Brothers and
T.H.. K.W. and C.C.!" love yal" Thursdays l ll never forget Eldorado
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Anderson . . , Leslie Andrews . , .
paths you can go by. but "We think we have it all. but more is
the long run, there's still time to coming. Looking forward to it all. Glad
road you're on. l LUV U you were all there: C.Ll.. D.l.., KJ..
Ted Arana . . .
"Thanks for all the good times Charles
Aron. It was fun Wendy. "Don't do
that". never forget the look and with
Steve and your house."
Arias . . . Cathy Armijo , . .
and use things: don't love "lt may be those who do most, dream
use people! Now to make my most."
ome true. Sweden here l
Roy Arnett . . .
"Get it now and enjoy it while you can
because "Alcohol, Hashish. Prussic
Acid Strychine are weak dilutions. The
surest poison is time." -Emerson."
Darrell Argaud . . .
"Give to the world the best you have.
and the best will come back to you."
Jane Arnold . . .
mleen Arredondo . . . Erica Ashe . . . Susan Ashfield-Salter . , . Ray Aycox . . .
Kiss today goodbye and point me to- "Time comes and goes. but memories "Thanks K.H.. S.B., L.D., K.T., T.M.. "Four long years of hard work, slaving
ards tomorrow. Thanks A.K., T.F.. last foreverl Thanks everyone. espe- LH.. R.l., B.B., and L.M. for being great over books and putting up with teach-
B and R.K., for the Best Times . . . cially M.G.and S.K. for allthose memo- friends. Good luck Mikel" ers. Good thing l had T.L.C."
fl! ll! ll!
Lisa Bacon . . .
"Hey K.R.. D.D., and Pee-Wee: get
ready to pop the corks and celebrate!
We've finally done it! P.S. Momma bull-
Lloyd Baird . . .
Kevin Baker . . . Stephanie Baker . . ,
"Bond . . . James Bond. Hey Kenz., Tim "Thanks for what? School No Way!!
S. 5 Steve B. that P.O.H. is up and ri- Thanks D.S., J.B., L.D., EJ.. M.S.. Spe-
Sin'." cial Thanks to Cassie Morrison. Steph
Ed Bardzik . . . David Barnes . . . Lynn Barringer . . .
Jennifer Baker . . .
"Thanks to my best friends for all
good times and great memories.
guys are the best! B.D.-thanks for
Pamela Baiuk . , .
"A friend is someone who understands
your past. believes in your future and
accepts you today just the way you
Dennis Banning . , . James Barber . . .
"Thanks, PJ for all your help. l'II never
forget you To M.H., S.B., P.D.. M.D..
and everyone in H-8. Has anybody seen
"Be happy and live life to its fullest.
Thanks for everything J.K., A.P., S.W..
K.M.. and T.C."
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Stephen Bartlett . . .
"Californians are cool. Smile surfer
style. Surfer hang ten better."
Ronald Barychkn . . .
"Chains don't make a wall. and dreams
lay where they fall. Dark is never night
when dreams make up the light. M.H..
remember Justin Sane."
Anny Bauer . . , Keith Beal . .
"We've survived our high school years. "Tough times never last but tough
On to bigger and better things. Thanks people dol-Jim Johns
S.E., K.Z., M.E., LB. and mean Mcma-
Chandra Bennett .
Cynthia Beller . . . Elsa Benavides . . . Susann Benjamin . . .
"Failing ls Never Final And Failure "What it is? Hey T.F.. R.O.. and Roya- "Rob-l lived my first I5 years for oth- "Sing unto the Lord a new song
Never Fatal. lt's Courage That Counts!" lette Girls! Thanks for all the good ers. the last two for myself: sweetheart, right KJ.. S.V.E., L P T B K L 7
times. There are many memories never
to be forgotten: Don't Quit!"
Bobby Bertelle . . .
"l got a drink in my hands, got my toes
in the sand and all I really need is a
woman. Understand! Goodbye J.H."
Joe Bicknell . . .
"Material Girl in the Spiritual World- C.
remember Elmo THE Nooner in Phoe-
nix? Yah POLICE! J-Orange Rabbit?
l'm saving the next 90 for you."
Hope Bigelow . . . Robert Bla , , ,
"qLinda- you're a great friend- I'II miss
you., I made it!"
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Anders Blom . . .
Karen Boles . . . Lisa Boles . . . Sam Boren . , .
"EHS is the best school everl Thanx for "Thanks J.L. for all the hugs. Thank you "The time has come to say goodbye.
everything Bubbles 8 S.H. Remember Steve for the best thing I will ever have. Just remember, it's only hello . . . Hey
Homecoming. Hey S.H. remember the Thank you for the love you gave me." SJ.. I've got my mind made upl P.S.
red light. Ted. CEC was funny." North parking lot, "Laterl"
Heidi Borgmeyer . . ,
Steve Brawley , . .
"Thanks Richard, Kevin, Tim. Ken, Ted-
dy and POH for being good friends.
Mostly. thank you Lisa for showing me
what love really is."
Brian Bowers . . . Kate Boyer . . .
"Well, Oru it looks like Ranger Rick "While living for today. we make our
made it. BitchinlIThanks U.M. S.K., T.P. memories for tomorrow. God bless all
Don't worry "Wolf" The Blazer is my friends. especially R.D. Hey Cua-
Terry Brader . , .
"I got one good thing out of this year. I
think she knows who she is. Oh ya.
thanks for the "Great Season", Coach
rad!! Vergial." drilla- Clean your shoesl" Hall."
Saville Bray . . . Stacy Brey , . , Michelle Brodd . . .
"Well, Virgil, we made it through one
heck ofa partying year and pretty much
stayed in troublell Remember B.8., SJ.,
R.C., C.M.. P.C."
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Brodsky . . .
'pears to be the end may really
a new beginning. Thanks for four
t years Eldorado and especially for
Kevin Brookie . , , Robert Brothers . . .
"Do not set your goals by your past "To make it through the needles eye,
achievements but by your future you just can't live a Iie"- Kansas.
dreams." Thanks M.C.. R.B., T.B.. S.M., K.K., and
Brown . , .
Rebecca Brown , . .
"I can do all things through Jesus
Christ who strengthens me. Thanks for
the memories Robin. Bethkins, Ben and
Brad Buck , , .
"I wouIdn't be where I am today if my
teachers hadn't passed the buck." . . .
you're the funny one!"
Teri Burch . . . Wes Burgess . . . Janet Burkholder . . .
"Friends are friends forever. if the "I can do all things through Christ who "lt's not reality: its just a fantasy. Later
Lord's the Lord of them." I CouIdn't strengthens me." K.C.l Thanks for everything C.A. 5 D.T.
have done it without my drive-in bud- Better luck next time D.F. S C.M."
dies. Kim. Missi. and especially KeIIy."
Rebecca Brower . . ,
"Remember Susanne and Karen cars wf
0 gas, sprinklers in parks and guysl Re-
member busses and giggles. T.D. 8
K.B.l Love ya alll
Brian Buckley . , ,
"Hey M.C., remember K.G. at T.W. and
trashbags at 7:00 in the arctic. Hey
Wes. remember the art hanging in the
Media Center . . . Cronan Lives!"
Darin Burton . , ,
"An accomplishment is only as big as
the effort put into it." Pro Baseball.
here I comel I love you Joleenl
fl! Ill Ill
Sabrina Busico . . . Peter Bustos . . . James Butterbaugh , . . Jennifer Buzan . . ,
"Life is too wonderful to sit back and "They say that life's a carousel, spin- "Life is a game made for more than two
let it pass you by. so get out there and ning fast. You better ride it well. Good players, so invite yourfriends and enjoy
try! Try! Try! You shall succeed." daze to 'the Dudes'. P.F.. I I-98 Crap itll Hey J.A., E.A. Remember the Pick-
Check 97. LUV YA KATHY!" les? 85 Kicks!"
Beth Byers . . ,
"The one thing I have learned is no
matter what the situation is, you have
to remember your dreams and make
them come true."
Michael Byers . . .
Lisa C De Baca . . . Karen Caldwell . . .
"Life opens up new doors for us, w
but the ones l have already opened
my friends will never be
Thanks L.H., HJL. S.M."
Becki Canaday . . . Timothy Candelaria . . . Cheryl Cardmon . . , Rgbgrl Cafpgmgr , , ,
"Don't stop thinkin' about tomorrow "To all my good friends. R.B., R.B., J.F., "God bless NATIVE CALIFORNIANS "Fly on your way like an eagle. fly tl1
... Thank you A.W.. C.K., A.S.. N.L.. T.B., and yes, even K,S. EHS Band Will and white Labrador retrievers! Belgium gun-Iron Maiden-l,L,M,l
T.K.. J.A. for being so special. A.S., see love you, Barbara!! Beauty, Beautyl!" and Huntington Beach forever! Thanks ,W,A,C,T,'I',T,l,M,L,T,T,''
you Down Under in I990!" Jeff."
xi gl x xl xr gl x
Carpenter . . , Wendy Carr . . . Thomas Casias . . . Rhonda Castillo . . .
live the Thrash Patrol! And that "Eldorado, it's been great! Luv ya J.M., "You owe me one D.D., P.H.. H.G., and "Thanks V-6 for a great year! and to
ants will always infest the party J.P. and especially T.A.. Ooh, you have M.S.l" Don O'NeilI-You light up my lile and all
once is enough!"
T r T
Catanach . , . James Cates , . . .laris Cawthon . , .
only live once, but if you live "Ending school, beginning life . . . adi- "Thanks goes to the Lord, my family,
gg," J.H.. D.R.. and U2 ffor 'Drowning
Man'j. The real battle has begun to
claim the victory Jesus won."
Chavez . . .
bounty is as boundless as the sea
as deep, the more I give to thee.
more I have, for both are infinite-
Michael Chavez . . . Renee Chavez . . .
"lt's been reall Thanks for all the "Where the sun sets, l will follow.
memories, good and bad. We finally Thanks for the good times: R.L., D.V..
made it B.B." CU., C.S.. and E.F. A special thanks to
my dreams. l love you. V-6 Remember
Julie Chavez . . .
"Thanks for the great times, Dawn! Our
fun has only just begun! l'll always re-
member you J.G.. S,V., G.G.. D.O.l God
Julie Christensen , , .
Peter Ciurczak . . . Christy Clark . . . Jennifer Clark . . .
"Thanks to Scott. Jon and the Little "Hard work. good times. great memo- "A woman asked her husband: what is
Kingsal made itl You're very special E.S. ries. A.P.: wish they all could be Albu- happiness? He said nothing but just
Long Live Rockll" querque guys. K.K.: Christmas lights. took her hand in his and walked by her
85 drill team Kicksl I luv u A.B."
Chris Clawson . . . Paula Clevenger . . .
"There is no failure except in no longer
trying. I'lI never forget ya Nise. I.H..
K.B.. L.D., J.B., A.K.: I love ya'III
side. Thanks Danny."
Mark Cline . , .
"As they leave a desolate land. the
thrashpatrol enters a new land where
soon it too will be a desolate land, then
on to another."
Michele Cobb . . . Sean Coffey . . .
"Keep it between the ditches and stay
away from the witches."
Barry Cole . . .
Michael Clark . . .
"Hey K.B. remember the old days.
naby Jones. Let's do it over again:
are finally out!"
Mary Cline . . .
"Accept me as I am-only then
discover each other."
Cathryn Collins . . .
"A lifetime is not too long to li
friends. Thanks LGD. KDS. ALA.
and everyone else. Hey Leslie.
do we meet?"
Jeff Collins . . . Kevin Colvin . . . Ronald Cook , . .
"And until we meet again, May God "Never turn away a chance to succeed. "Hey Kendy, what's up?"
hold you in the palm of His hand." Whatever it takes. J.L. destroyl Filthy.
ll l ll! ll!
Debra Cooke . , .
"lf you see a person without a smile,
give them yours. Take care S.V.l"
-"iii i 1 1
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Daniel Cooney . . , Rosalind Coronado . . . Kevin Cottrell , . . Patrick Coulie . . .
"I'm one in a million. I've learned to
dream, love and grow. both mentally
and spiritually. Be crazy R.T., C.G..
M.G., H.L.. J.S.. U.R. m!dl"
"Don't live to remember: remember to
live. Party and get ahead .. . in life!"
Heidi Cox . . , David Crow . . .
"Thanks S,S., G.S., N.S.. D.B.. and T.P.
for being such great friendslll Cuadrilla
ifl-iso is Lance Atenciolly'
Michael Covington . , .
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Mary Anne Crow , . .
"l'd like to try to do nothing. which is
impossible. l'll see ifl can handle it . ..
Charles Cumber . . . Stacy Dalen . , . Lisa Dankert , . .
"I'lI never forget all the wild times
we've had and the laughs we've shared.
Thanks S.K., E.A.. M.G., LG., and espe-
Deborah Dasilva , . Diana Dater . . . Leslie Davidson , . .
Karen Darsey . , .
"Memories fade: dreams die. Live for
the present-that's where the action isl
Thanks Arnold, for always being
Jennifer Davis , . ,
"One's friends are that part of the hu- "This Bud's for you class of "85".y
man race with which one can be hu- Here's to you North Parking Lot. We
man. Cathryn. we meet down therel I had a good time!"
love you StevelIl"
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Michael Davis . . . Renee Davis , . . Marc Davy . . .
"God, Friends and Family make it all "He who is a friend is always a friend. "I was the only one of three to make it.
happen. Now just tive more years and and a brother is born for the time of All of my gratitude goes to athletics
l'll be making some bucks. Thanks for stress! Proverbs l7:I7 Love you Katel and Coach Evans for pushing me in
everything." Remember Nikki V-G." wrestling."
X XIX XIX
John Day . . .
"Pete, don't kill king bug, and Mr. Far-
rar, don't let our fence fall. "85" It's big
Della Longa . . .
Di Grazia . . .
you love something. set it free: if it
back, it's yours. If it doesn't, it
was." I love you Bob and Kath."
Joanna Demaree . . .
"There was a bull . . . Look guys I made
it, but I couIdn't have done it without
you. Bye to my B-lunch buddies and my
Robert Dennis . , .
Elizabeth L Dettmer . , .
Bruce Dillon . . .
"Hey you. standing in the aisles with
itchy feet and fading smiles: can you
Dixson . . .
strive. to seek, to find and not to
Daphne Dobecki . . ,
"Macho Woman Iivesl Love you C.S.
and S.H.! Nice apartment E.S.l Hey
Thrash Patrol, where's the moose? Par-
Vernon Dinelli . . .
Kristi Dirks . , .
"Are we having fun yet . . . 7 We may
not wini just have strength and courage
in the attempt. I love ya
Scott Dodson . . .
April Donahoo . , ,
Tom Eckert . . . Charles Emmons . . .
"You only go around once. so make it
the best. Horndogs Foreverl .. . Miss
ou all. Kaducking. sk riink. l love you
Igheryll Take care. God Bless."
Bobby Erickson . . .
"Thanks to all my friends who made me
feel welcome." Problems? . . . let me
tell you about problems." "CiboIa can't
beat us until they beat us."
Engles , . .
ILUVUII Angels of Mercyl"
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Esquibel , . . Stacy Evans . . . Darlene Fisher . . .
"Thanx T..l., B.T., and L.P. You showed
me what friends really are. And thanx
R.S. for showing me how to love.
Steve Engel . . .
"Long live the Beast! Long live you
Rock-n-Roll Dogs! Long live Wild Tur-
key. Long live Beer: l'll be gone next
yearl Take it easy!"
Mark Erickson . , .
"High School is the foundation for life.
security. and . . . prosperity. Thanks EI-
dorado. Henderson, work . . . M.M..
Patty Engle . . .
"DearIy Beloved, we are gathered here
today to get through this thing called
James Espey . . .
"High SchooI's over . . . But life goes
on. and I'm going with it. Hasta"
Erin Fitzpatrick . . .
Kristin Fietland . . .
"Rise above the ordinary and achieve
what's best for you. Thanks for the best
of times!" K.R., P.P., M.R.. L.H., C.S..
T.B.. and especially David!
Patrick French . . . Danny Frew Donald A Frlas Wendy Fronterhouse
Scott Frye . . . Darren Fulcher Andreas Galanos
"And now for something completely Thanks for all the great times to K
different If it wasn't for B.U,. LL. ,lrmmy Jake Robert and the I90
S.H. oh and I.T.. I wouldn't have Thrash Patrol and the Hugh Lrfe and
made it," especially my 1-il DORKU
Valley and Highland chicksl"
Jacob Glover . . .
"Thrash Patrol in The High Life .l.G..
LB.. M.C., M.V.. T.C., R.D., S.M., R.R..
What a Fry John."
Lisa Goff . . . Leslie Goggans . , , Anthony Gomez . . .
"Hold on to your dreams: don't ever "Thanks Joe L., Frank M., Glenn
give in. If you keep on trying. you're Jennifer L., Mike W., Bryan G..
going to win. Hold onto your dreams W., Nancy L., Black Diamond lil'
. . . though they seem far away." rockin" Paul S.. Gene S., Pete C.,
x' R' I
Jerome Gomez . . .
Rita Gonzales , . . Gavin Gonzales . . . Fran Gottlieb . . .
"SS-22: Now that's going in style. Nev- "Hey C.S. Remember bugging Ralph? "I'm coming back to the reunion in a "Within me lies the power to seize
er forget your special friends and the How's about invisible turtles? Lifes a black Porsche 9l I Carrera-Turbo. hour and live my dreams."
great times you shared. Hey Dennis. 'X,C5E"3Q Thanx for always listening, DFMJOYK'
Viva la Roja."
Moe. Have a good one."
Ginger Goujon . . , Tamela Gover . . , Sharon Green , . . Steven l.. Green , . .
"Unicorns are forever. Good Luck J.G.. "This is it: the choice is ours to make. "CRUZER" Mud Bogs J.S., T.W.,
M.H.. and H.B. Remember there is al- Realize your fantasy and live your B.M., T.B. 4X4 Club Toyota
ways a silver lining. Laters EldoradoIl" dream. 85' forever." cruisers Forever! Manzano.
Kristen Greenstreel . . .
"Those who love beyond the world
cannot be separated by it . .. thanks
P.S.. D.A.. for giving me what l've al-
ways wanted-a true friend."
Cheryl Guenther . . .
"These are truly the best of times.
Thanks soccer buddies, Horn Dogs,
and especially C.R., Y.S.. and P.S. Glad
you were there partner, K.C.."
Lynn Guernsey . . .
Steven Gulick . . .
"l thank Eldorado for two things: Misty
Moffit and my freedom".
Michael Guthals , , . Evelyn Gutierrez . . . Ron Gutierrez . . .
"Thanks to all my friends. lt couldn't "God Bless California Girls. Long live
have been better. Memories " Huntington Beach and Newport
Brian Hall . . .
"Hey Bud. Thanks K.W., D.K., C.C..
D.P.. for all the good times. Hey C.L., 'It
it don't fit. torch it!"
I Qty- Q
Michael Haight . , ,
"l Guess it's time to move on. But l will
never forget the great times with my
friends. Remember. hi turn long and
straight. Horn Dogs."
April Hamadey . , ,
Edie Hamilton , , .
"What lies behind us and what lies be-
fore us are small."
John Hansen . . ,
"Watch out Jaco, Geddy and Stan
cause here comes the manl Thank you
Father for J.C. and D.R. 'What does
maybe mean'. My Love Lasts Forever"
Crisahn Hanson . . .
"Revolution starts at home. in your
heart. in your refusal to compromise
your beliefs and your values."-Bono
Loretta A. Hare . . .
Susanne M. Harland . . .
"Thanks B86 for the redlights. parks.
sprinklers, and animals, the bucketl.
Stay out from under the tables: use the
lan F. Harmon . . .
"Thanks to the Boys and Girls Cross-
Country team. you guys are the best.
R.B.. T.E.. S.S. l'll always love you Beth.
Randall 5. Harger . . .
"There are two paths to go by. but in "Tyrone gives mamone. A hutll
the long run, there's still time to on! Dar baby. hey. Mark.
Roland N. Harger . . .
change the road you're on.-Coke Pewther liveslll"
Adds Life- F.u.g.i.m.o."
Fianna L. Harrington . . .
Lisa Hartsfield . . . Robert R. Harvey . . .
Todd W. Hassan . . .
"M.L.. too bad about WWIII. Atari rules
forever, V.M. M.l.T. here I come. Re-
member. V.H., M.C., T.S.. D.L.. A.R..
Rush. Kelly and Ratt."
Kimberley G. Harris . . .
"Eldorado has been fum but my
life has just begun. Thanks Chris
son for helping when I was down.l
always love you."
Tracy L. Hathoot . . .
"Almost everything that is great
been done by youthl P.S. Thanks
Owl and Pee Wee Herman - you're
much - C.O.. A.K., D.T.. L.W.l
Vanessa K. Hawker . . . Sarah K. Hawkins . . . Carla R. Heath . . . Charles R. Hellier .
"Oh no! McNeill test today? Look out "Go confidentlyin the direction ofyour "Remember yesterday: think of today: "Again, T.T. and P., I m sorry Long lrve
world, here I camel - I think. LUVYA dreams. You're terrific H-J.L., K.S.. and and look forward towards the future. the T.T.P."
K.K., T.N.. D.R., T.P., L.H.. L.U.. and all T.W." Thanx RJ., G.V., Best wishes L.P.. V.A..
Play Pro. Keep SmiIin'l" especially, here's to you P.C.l"
Mark Hendricks . . . Mike Henningsen . . . Michael F. Henry . . . Donna M. Herman
"I CAN'T DRIVE SSI Thanks for the "TO BIG K.R.A. AND WIERD AL - "The year we make contact. Thanks "Thanks to everyone at the retarded
times Darren, Robert, George and Jake. N.F.C., LITTLE KINGS FOREVER. SURF Cathryn and Andrea. '85 has pride." wall and in English for all the laughsll
J.I.M.I. was here." TO LIVE - LIVE TO SURF. SURF PUNKS
ARE RAD: GEDDY IS GOD."
Isaac Hernandez . . . Shawn D. Herrera . . .
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Lynda Herrick . . .
"If I ride the morning's winds to the
farthest oceans. even there your hand
will guide me, your strength will sup-
port me.-Psalms I39:9"
Stacey I. Higgins . .
Leslie Hill . . . Philip Hill . . . Derek Hilland . , . Robert Hinnen . . .
"Cast Qin order of appearancej: H.L.. "It was the best of times: it was the "T.R., M.C. never forget summer '84,
K.C., Ms. M.. M.M.. S.M., Mr. N., M.Y.. worst of times." horndogs. II pointsl Top that R.L.l
Mrs. K., and L.S.-Thanks for a great 'Forever, Together, that's what I'm
show." dreamin of.' l'Il always luvya Kel."
Michelle Hise . . . John Hobkirk . . .
"A friend is someone who understands
your past, believes in your future and
accepts you today, just the way you are.
Thank you. Eric!"
Jason Hodges . . .
Kenneth Holmquist . . . Johnathan Hoover . . . James Howard , . . l.orri Howe . . .
"Looking back on all the years, it has "I'Il never forget you. Maynard. Good "Thanks Ria. And especially thank
been fun: looking forward it's yet to luck with your future and remember Marc for all your love . . . Gravy's G
come. Thanks, J.l.. J.C., J.N., D.M.. "SS" kicks BUTT!" Goodbye CS, BG, JH. RR. MK, and all
D.G.. P.C., M.H.. and everyone." my OEA members."
X Nl X Nl X Xl N
"The story of life is quicker than the "We grumble because God put
winkofan eyezthestoryoflove is Hello with roses: wouldn't it be better
and Goodbye until we meet again. thank God that he put roses
Caroline Hofferth . . .
Huffman . , ,
Michelle Hunt . , . Ronald Hunt , . .
"l've loved and lost, but learned
through it all. To the UNM football
players who cared for mei Frank.
Donny. Scott and Billy. J.D. MBFV'
!8 HUHBIIIIOW - . J Jennifer lnlow , , . Joann lntogna . . .
is as fun as you want it to be. "Thanx for all the good times-K.H., "Strive to be the best, to have the best
D.K., K.W.. D.P.. B.H.. C.L.. Julio. T.N.. A.M.. P.H. SMYS-dis- ofthings. the best oflife, and let no one
H.B., and B.B. Have fun '85." pIays!feeIx?! Happy B-Jethl Sherlock or thing stand in your way."
Holmquist: Z4FANTASY-. . .
Christopher Huntley , . .
"Remember all the great times Class of
851 Thanks for everything Vanessa:
you're the best. Ski the Rockies!"
Randy Irwin . . .
"The desire of knowledge is like the
thirst of riches, it increases ever with
the acquisition of it.' Here I come Hip-
pocrates oath. Victoryl"
David Jackson . . , Brian Jacobsen . . . Michael Jaramillo . . . Michelle Jeffrey . . .
"Accordingly let us go out to Him out- "No goal is too high if we climb with
side the camp. bearing His reproach: care and confidence. We can make il
Hebrews I3:l3. To the horn dogs." Class of BS."
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Karen Jensen . . . Tiffany Jeler , . . Georgeanne Jewell . . . Lesley Johns . . .
"Tomorrow l'll build my dreams. Re- "Thank you, S.E.. B.T. and L.P. for being "Those who wait for the Lord will gain "We're young, wild and freer catch th
member the good times-J.W.. CJ.. such good friends! Thanks N.C. and strength: They'II mount up like eagles, 'magic power' of the music in we. N23
SJ.. T.P., L.A., B.D., T.S., A.A.. and L.P. M.D. for all the love. Angels of Mercy they'll run and not tire. they'Il walk and fly class of '85: we got the key. Reme
Sit on a happy face! Hey Sister Smith!!" Rock." not become weary. -Isaiah 40:3 I " ber the memories. I love you Scottyl'
sv S at
Dawn Johnson . , . Gaylynn Johnson , , , Kelly Johnson , . . Kent Johnson . . .
"Julie Chavez, you're the best. Europe, "Beautiful people are not always good. "WH always l1aV2 to remember that WS
LA.. Mom. Dad, friends and FCA. too. but good people are always beautiful. UP I0 US-W6'I'0 U12 OMS who have to
Thanks for all: l love you! A.P.. l will Thanks MJ., M.M., P.M.. K.M.. T.R.. PUSl1 U12 clouds HWBY- Thanks D-l-J
remember you always." Kristin. Always remember the Gang." R-G-J 55- and D-H-"
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Mickeal Johnson . . . Shelley Johnson . . . Brian Jones . . . Elizabeth Jones , . .
"AlI the world's a stage and all the men "Contrariwise. if it was so. it might be: "It's not the end of my rainbow: it's ju
and women merely players. They have andif it were so, it would beg but as it the beginning."
their entrances and their exits." isn't, it ain't. That's logic."
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Kristi .lanes . . . Paula .lanes , . . Peter Jones . . ,
"And in the end the love you take is "I have learned it: known who burned
equal to the love you make." me. Avatar has warmed my feet. Take
me with you: let me see you. Time and
life can meet."
Jones . . . Christina Jordan , . . Janine Jorgensen . . .
Patrol: Remember the road "Eldorado, it has been a great four "Graduation sounds just fine. but turn-
and the bus. Thanks for keeping yearsl Decades were the best!" ing ll sounds absolutely divinel May
during the assemblies. We we be friends forever. Heidi!"
uphold the thrash tradition."
Kendy Kampfe . . . Michael Kaplan . . . Michelle Karns . . .
"Live each day: never forget itll I leave "Come on you boy child, you winner "Thanks C.S.. B.G., R.R.. and LH.. for
V-6 my greatest thanks Cremember and loser. Come on you miner for truth the best years of my life. Take care.
Sheldon Jones , . .
"I can't drive 55."
Susan Junker . , ,
"Hey woman 32, we did it! Killer eh?
Sam remember: 'Heaven'. 'Still loving
you'? M.V. runll A.D. and R.R.. Yumml
Barb Kashinski . . .
"lt has never been done before. It can't
be done, therefore we will do itlll
Thanks B.L., SJ., K.M., S.M. and A.L.B.
Nikkij. To all the best times, may we and delusion and shinel" Thanks Mr. Storey and Mr. Haase for
never forget them." the fun." for a great year."
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Stephanie Kaup . . . Deanna Kays . . . Kat Kees . . . Leslie M. Kemm . . .
"Thanks Tiffany for all the good "When you respond to me solfeel spe-
laughs. I love you. Paki . . . see you at cial, it makes up for those, who during
Swensen'sl JINXV' the day, have passed me up without
David Kennedy . , .
"Hey K.W., B.H.. C.L.. D.P., M.H.:
Sometimes you iust have to say, "What
the HECK" or words to that effect. Slam
Dance. new wave forever."
Bob Kenney . . .
"Thanx M.B. and M.Q.. two good
friends. Back to So. Cal.. wind. surf.
sun, and sand. See you later Howie A.
But really mom . .. "
Lainie Keslin . . .
"So this is the Land of Enchantment?
Culture test 36-KM-. Practice D.A.'s
A.D.l Love W.C. Butch."
Alisha King . . , Gloria King . . . Eric Klammer . . .
"To achieve all that is possible, we "You have reached the pinnacle of suc- "Look what is best-that best I wish in
must attempt the impossible - To be cess as soon as you become uninterest- thee. This wish I have. then ten times
as much as we can be. we must dream ed in money, compliments or publicity, happy mel"
of being more."
B.F.G. And S.T. Forever. Thanks K.C."
Kristin Killgore . . .
"I have total Faith and Confidence
I will always be in the right place at
right time ... ,.. here l am!"
Alison Kleven . , .
"Almost anything you do will be insig
niticant. but it is very important tha
you do it." - Mohandas K. Gandhi.
Vi Kraft . . ,
Rflillne Kllhftldf . . .
"Hey C.8., remember the night with
J.C. and S.R. Squeekl Squeekl V.H.,
Wanna take the carl K.B., pass by the
Knaack . - . Kristen Knutson . , , Jerry Kourkaumelis , . . Leslie Koury . . .
EA.. M.G.. remember K-Bu MB.. "Roman, can Mari, Bob, and I be mem- "Success is nothing. unless you're hap- "I cherish my dreams of today and
Pupps. Thanks E-A-. M-G-. LM-. bers of the Thrash Patrol? You lied. py in what you succeed." those of tomorrow. I.L.Y.E.T.S. Good
G.L., G.D., B.B., for the memories. Eric, only three more years, have fun. I luck K.D."
uber F.K.,-Lizards! love you AfshinI"
Michael Kraus . . .
Jason Krajeck . . .
"Hey guys, remember Labor Day? I "It's almost over. I hope I make it
through this year."
Robert Kujath . . . Lynda Kurts , . ,
"Delight thyself in the Lord. and he will "We all have had many great times. but
give thee the desires ofthine heart. But the best are yet to come! Don't forget
I thought Billy killed Claggart. Prob- our plans for Cal. Stephl I won'tIl"
lems eh? G.G."
Hunter Krenz . . ,
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Kelly LaBonte . . .
"If endings symbolize beginnings,
shouldn't goodbyes be easier to say?
Life is not always logical . . . I love you
Laura Lacey . . . Julie Lambros . . .
"Someday, soon, we'll stop to ponder "I only have begun to dream of what is.
what on earth's this spell we're under. what may be and what will be."
We made the grade: still we wonder
who the heck we are!"
Anna Laurila . . . Kerry Lawlor . . .
"Kiitos niista kaikista hymyista. kaun- "Ain't it funny how time flies when the "Find your limits and exceed them.
iista sanoista ja ystavallisyydesta joita best is yet to come. Remember the rab- Dream and make your dreams come
olette minulle antaneetf' bit and summer of '83 S.P. I love yo
Alan Lee , . . Chris Lee . . .
"l'd rather look around me.composea "Hey Budl D.K., B.L., K.W., C.P.: R
Todd Landretti . . . Gene Latham . . .
"l've got one short chance on this plan- "lt's like I got an outboard motor in my
et. but I'Il carve my message deep into bloodstream."
the wall. Take it easy DJ., E.V.. F.M..
Todd LeCesne , . ,
"Say, not too popular a plac
brothers'? But. no, I believe l can
out wit' you fellas for a while!
Debbie Leach . . .
u true. Thanks KJ.. R.G., S.S.. and C.M.l"
Hae-Jung Lee . . . James Lehner . , .
"lf time will allow, we will judge all
better song, for that's a truer measure member all the good times?l Thank who came in the wake ofour new age to
of my worth." God for friends, PA.S. Hey B.H., if
don't fit, hammer it."
it stand for the frail."
XI N, Y X
lacy Leighton . . , Francoise Lemieux , . . Jennifer Lilly . , . Stan Liverman . . .
hanks E.H. It's been great! Keep be- "The best years of my life are yet to "Its been wonderfull flove those SKSJ
ving in yourself B.F. because I will! come! Bye Bake E Barf, no more Mr. Govn'r - ROCK -N- ROLL, .l.D.
tachio's even C.B. Hey Les, 'I dont tumbleweeds Qwhewlj Bye 4thl Thanx Thanks for understanding. And Deb -
ow' " S.T. S V.G.! UR.i'fI," just thanks."
ill ll! I
I I I I I I 1
Sharla Lopez . . . Todd Lovell . . , Daniel Lowther . . . Nancy Lucero . , ,
"Be not hasty to judge another: it takes "Bang your head against the stage like
a lifetime to know yourself. Thanks you never did before: make it ring.
make it bleed. make it really sore."
fl! fl! afll f
T ' Y J
Denise Luiso . . .
"Thanks to Carolyn and Jim for our
times in accounting. The song called
Denise: to Pam the Crue, Steve in guitar
and Rockers everywhere. Later"
Brian Lundberg , . .
"For God so loved the world that
gave his only begotten son,
er believes in Him should not perish
have everlasting Iife."
X X X
Stephen Lux Monica Lyons . , . Eric Maass , . .
"Thanks Mom. Here's to the us usual
T.T,l Now I'm buying my stainuay to
Dan Maddox Kimberly Maes . . . Joyce Mahoney . . .
"What do I look like? A microwave? "Thanx to MES and MKB for bei
P.S. W.D. and T.S. are cuties." there and being the most wonderful
XIX XIX XIX
Kristine Macallisrer . . .
"S.V-What's his name? What are
doing next Halloween? F.M.
Beans. red ribbons. Dream 4
Thanks 4 being my friends-l love U."
Daniel Mainzer . . .
Anthony Mares . . . Mark Mares , . .
"Fly, on your way. like an eagle.-Fly as "The sky is green: the grass is blue. I "Hey Dude, Iet's party!"
high as the son. fMaidenJ I did Friday made it through High School. thanks to
night! Savage, K.B., D.M., P.R. No fat you. M.M. R.H. S.E. R.H. S.B. D,M. S.W.
T.M. M.Q. J.H. E.S. A H
Kelly Markham . , .
Marra . , .
Jesus is my light into the world. Re-
the special times. D.O., R.D..
W.B., T.N., S.S.. A.P., M.R. Thanks
Johns for everything."
Martinez . . .
want to walk in your park cause I'm
I want to walk in your heart . . .
All my love Schel. Golda
ee. Jinny, especially. forever. Billy."
Kristie Martin . . , Antoinette Martinez . , ,
"I can do all things through Him who
strengthens me. Philippians 4:l3."
Bradley Martinez . . .
"M.W. Whatch ya bout! Terrence.
what's up? .l.S. Remember the tranny
coolerl Thanx everyone who helped me
Joann Martinez . . , Katrina Martinez . . . Olita Martinez . . ,
"I'm going to miss you guys. Keep in "Love me somebody . .. Take me for
touch V.R., J.I., B.O.. R.G. Remember what I'm worth: By bad company."
I ll f Il
Paul Martine Cheryl Malherly . . . David Matts
Urmbbamp Prrncess JLWJGP ll1flllliY "Hey World, l'm Ready!! Thanks AA ES SB SE RH RH MM CT TM MQ
Eternity Thanks Naphthall Sprke S BD, KM. BH, PJ. You were there when l JH SW and DM for this eleven gradu
Steamroller A M M0rSkIS and BIOS! needed you. Look out world here I atlon partys gonna be heaven QEHS
ly Joey!TNR for food fun and follc came!" thanks for Kalhyj
Errc Maxon Michael Mayor . . . Melanie McAllister Lisa McBride
Maureen McCallum . . .
"To: DM. BU. MM, ER, AP, KM
Are we having fun yet? MM
Kelli McDonald . . .
"Seems like only yesterday we would
sit and talk of dreams all night: dreams
of youth and simple truths. Now we're
all so involved with life."
McClure . , . Becky McCollister . . ,
Moe foe. Love the assemblies. Es- "Believing is the beginning of a dream
Pumpkins. X-mas trees and coming true."
Right on Thrash Patroll Joel
car is an animal."
47' we- '-'TY
McKeever . . , Mary McKinley . . . Lisa McPhee . . .
A true friend is the best possession. "Every profession demands effort, "Love a Nurse PRN."
remember that wherever you go. heart and practice: every knowledge
you are. Kim, remember SG? Love comes by these three."
Medlock . , . Mark Meloche . . . Christine Meyer . , .
"To dream ofthe person you would like
to be is to waste the person you are. So
f ll I ll of ll
Maura McGuill . . .
"Bob, believe in me as l believe in you,
and together I know we can overcome
any problems this life may offer. P.S.
Colorado or bustl"
Michael Mc5hane . . .
"Whoooa . . . Alol1all"
Stace Meyer . . .
', - gg
Moore . , .
is not measured by passing years
by what one does. . . what one feels
and what one achieves, Thanks to
parents, Lynise and Andy
Elizabeth Moreno . . .
"May all of your dreams and ambis-
sions become a reality. Thanks A.S.,
K.L.. E.S.. D.L., and K.E,"
Tyron Morgan . . .
"Well Alger Hiss-The boys finally
graduated none to soonl 'The events'-
football, Rock House. Colt 45fughJ.
Garage Jam. Vietnemize?"
Crescentia Morris . . .
"D.L. remember 'nana whips. windows
to the world. and the summer of '83.
Poofer died?l Hey Oatmeal face-don't
stand in the rain-you'll shrinkl"
Morrison . , . Lesley Moss . . . Victor Mott . . . .lana Mueller , . .
is fragile. Do that that makes you "Its been real, and it's been fun. but it "The Thrash Patrol will take control in
Thanks for all the memories." hasn't been real funll"
the year of '85'."
"Heyl V-6 - Ain't no stoppin' usl Thanx
RDSMKKRCMRI Remember Nikkis GI l
love you Jesus Christl DV and DS. l love
Evelyn Munoz . . . Greg Murch . . . Evelyn Myers . . . Matthew Myers . . ,
I thank all my friends for being there "Always look for an opening even ifit's "Thanks for making my last year so fun
when I needed them and hope they will just a crackl Eat the rich! Kill with pow- A.M.. S.B.. M.M,. L.P., L.S. Skiing was
always be there in the future." er. thrashers." great this season, don't you think??ll"
fl! ill ,Ill
Eric Nelson . . . Peter Nelson . , ,
"We made it 'Pee, 'Thanks, Time to
pick up 'Good Vibrationsf We've had
'Fun, Fun, Fun.' Look out Santa Cruz,
here we come."
Tiffany Nelson . . ,
"May there be iust enough clouds in
your life to make a beautiful sunset.
Special Thanx to 'Gummer.' 'Wake me
up before you go-gol' "
Tim Nenninger . . .
"If God simply handed us
we want. He'd be taking from us
greatest prize joy of accc
Erin Ni Nicolls . . . Vanessa Nielson , . , Danielle Nims . . . , Christina Noftsker . . .
"There are friends who pretend to be "Dreams about your life don't always "High school sure went by fastl
friends. but there is a friend who sticks come true: strive for those dreams and Eldorado for all the great memories
closer than a brother. Proverbs l8:24.' those dreams become you. Thanks for
Friends are friends forever!" making my dreams come true. Chris!"
iq-e ,. '
Tin, Nolan , , , Tacy Norwood , , , Timothy O'Brien . . , Terry O'Mara . . .
"God knows Wyre gggd, LPN B,B,l "The grades are not as important if you "I hear the sound in a metal way.
Thankg DR., G,N, Thgfgs old wave, got something out of the class. Thank only one thing sets me free . . .
The.-gs new wave, And the.-eg David you Amy Hubert for caring and making metal loud as it can be . . . keep
88 Bonney" this year fun." ing thrashersll"
x XIX XIX Nix
O Neill . , , Michael O'Toole . . . Alison Oates . . . Jeffrey Oliveira . . .
feel a lot better with hair. IUC thank "Thank God it's over: il's about time. "Sticks and stones may break my "Thanks to all my Rat friends lmadelt
Do the best you can, then a bit B.C. I luv ya."
for sharing your love and life. Re- P.S. Later days Chad, Luis and Mike." bones. but whips and chains excite mel P.S. The A stands for Atrlcaan
Deborah Onischuk , , , Lisa Oppedahl
"Thanks for all the good times-S.S..
LR., C.M., P.C., 6 S.T.l M.G., you're the
coolest 'iunior' I know! And remember
C.K., I Luv youl
Olson , . . Carla Oney . . .
used to be disgusted, but now I'm
amused. Long live PINKlll"
fl, .B As
Oppedahl , . . Patrick Orban , , . Brenda Ortega . . . Karen Ortega , , .
"Bona bra men hemma hast." "I made it. Remember life is in the fast
lane. And fast is fun."
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ngela Perkins Tracey Phares . . . Anne Piasecki , . . John Pierce . , ,
"Hey G.S.I Remember all the good "It's been fun C.C. Remember tamaron
times we had in the "Pany Bus"l Thank Hand JV. Kansas stretch and Mutt, AI-
you-T.C.. D.D. and H.G. I love ya!" buquerque Guys? I luv u B.D. The end.
Andrea Pistone , . .
"lt has come time to say good-bye.
l.et's not forget the good times that we
shared and the best times that are
about to begin."
5- ..-r' 4
Lorraine Pohl . . . Sandra Poortvliet . . .
"l'll never forget anything . . . at least "Thanks QC. for a great two years. But
not the things I rememberl?l Love ya Shotsinger. the dog. ate my license.
Everl Bulla Bulla. Doc foreverl Bwamp- and and and l'm almost I8."
Christopher Porter Laurene Poulin . . .
If I could do it all again I would "Time will change me, but I can't
change everything Well almost ev change time. You'lI always be in my
erythmg heart S.E.. TJ., D.G. "Asti E.H.S."
I I 1
Adam Powell , . . Johanna Preiser , . .
"Faith is being sure of what we hope for "Thanks for everything Lord! Val fEeIJ-
and certain of what we do not see. remember Paris, sign Language, flying
Good-day Rob. Shell, Don. Mock, Rep- "C"I BF-Buddies . . . Displays? P.S.
per. Beauty. eh?" Blond senoritas share everything!"
Diane Probst . . .
Lisa Pruitt . . .
"l asked for all things. that I might en- "Well, it's finally over! Now the hard
joy life: I was given life. that I might part starts. Thanks for all the memories
enjoy all things. I love you Keith." Cuadrilla, L.O. and B.M. I LUV YOU
Sean Purcell , . .
"Let the truth of love be lighted: Let the
love of truth shine clear with the heart
and mind united in a single perfect
Lynn Quinlan . . .
Michael Ouirk . . .
Kirsten Rasmussen . . .
"Hey Pee Wee, Lets party! What's a Pee
Wee Bowl? The moose is loose in Ma-
zatlan L.B. and D.D.l Watch out world:
here we comel I love you Eric!"
Rusty Ray , . .
"Don't walk in front of me: I may not
follow. Don't walk behind me: I may
not lead. Walk beside me and be my
Lisa Reardon , . . Chris Reay , . , Roman Rede . . ,
"Hey, if you can't dazzle them with "Good times come, bad times go. and "Really ociffer, l've only Chicj had a few
yourintelligence. baffle them with your first times help to make it so these P.S. The Thrash Patrol Lives."
buIl'ii?l Freds. Amazons. Chris. By could be the best years of our lives!"
Steve Rea . . .
Tim Reed . . .
"A dreaming poetic guitarist: until
D.W., G.J.. J.A. Thanks Pablo: my
Paul. "Matthew 6:2I" God Bless.'
Reith . . ,
Rees . . . Randall Reichenbach . . . Veronica Reiking , , . Mika Reinikainen . . .
"Times up . . . on your mark. get set, "lf life is for the taking, how come it is "Mina en sano mitaan. kirfottakaa mila
Go!" Philippians 4:l3" so expensive? Love to B.G.. C.S., G.G., tahdottel"
M.K., and L.H. You made it all worth-
Dawn Rennels , . .
Jeff Rethmel , . .
l ve got that feeling once again: "This school year has opened a whole "lt's been a hard twelve years. I've had
must be the beginning because it's new door to my life: thanks to everyone a lot of heartaches and shed many
the end." who has helped." tears. BAMA will always be a part of me
Chris Richards . . .
like a long lost friend, the band
"To all the parties at Todd's that made
the move again. Got a million
to play. we'll come your way."
it possible to meet a few cool people.
and last, but not least. the police OC-
for years and years to come."
Carman Richardson . , .
"Thanks Y.S. and C.G. for all the great
times we've hadl Special thanks to
Shell, whose become a very special part
in my life. P.S. l.L.Y."
Charlotte Relhy . . .
Rhonda Rickert . . .
"Thanks Ginl "L.S. don't forget the har-
leys. and sorry you weren't here for
"my year"l" Hey mom and Lanie. l fi-
nally made itl Love Roni."
Kevin Rider . . . Faye Ridesatthedor , . .
Deborah Risberg . . . David Rivera . . .
"Finally I understand the Feelings of "lf the dam breaks many years to soon, "To the late J.L., P.M.. G.H., and R.S. I
the Few-ashes and diamonds- Foe and If the band starts playing different wish the gang was still together. and to
Friend - we were all equal in the end. tunes, l'll see you on the Dark Side of my friends, l'll miss you very much!"
I'lI miss you. Kel." the Moon"
Larry Riffe II . . , Thomas Riney . . ,
"Look and wonder, don't look and "Nature has formed you, desire
touch. cause if you do, you might need trained you, fortune has preserved
a crutch, Thanks to B.K., E.M., S.P., and for this insanity. Once a Horndog
R.R." ways a Horndog, Parts is Parts."
Laurie Roberts . . .
"These were the good years. the
are yet to come! D.V.. never forget
memories of "Bob", "Big AI", and
the W" Remember our wild days.
Lucia Rivera . . ,
Tammy Robinson Brett Rocheleau Ray Rocky Steven Romero
Live your own Life Don t let others
live it for you TAKE CONTROL Luv Ya
EN G PB. THE BOY FOREVERII Alan,
XIX - XIX XIX
ory Rosen . . .
Dance is the universal language.
the Heck did I take French! Hey.
we made itl"
Rudolph . . .
for the best at whatever you do.
for all my wonderful friends. I
you all Don't forget Nikki. Q2
Micheal Royce . . .
Stephen Rozum . . .
"Nothing ever becomes real till it is ex-
perienced - even a proverb is no prov-
erb to you till your life has illustrated
Vincent Rubio . . .
"Set your goals, reach them and make
it reality. Take a tranque and get a trip
Cheryl Sahd . . .
" 'NO COMMENT' seriously . . . These
few words could never express the
things we've learned and the way we
Lotta Sahlen . . .
"Tack alla vanner for att ni giir detta ett
underbart ar. Thanks to all my friends
who made this a wonderful year."
Kimberly Sais . . .
"Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a
light unto my path' Psalm I l91l05
Thanks A.S.. B.U.. R.Y. and the 'gang'
past and present I Thess 5xl6"
Salazar , . .
Deed is Done!"
Jennifer Salo . , .
"Singing in the sunshine, laughing in
the rain. Hitting on the moonshine.
rocking in the grain. All my love to you.
Christine Salyer . . .
"l'm leaving you' - Scorpions. lt's been
real Mimi. Lisil and Rocky. Don't forget
- Catch a real wave dude. Thanx for the
Jim Salyer . . ,
"S.G.. Cruisers and bogging all the way.
B.M.. we made it Cl thinkj. R.A.. S.Gls
Cruiser is better: at least it doesn't get
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Judith Shuman . . . Lynne Silvestra , , . John Skelton . . .
"Live through the bad times. laugh with "Thanks to all my friends for being "l'm off on my journey down the road
the good times and love for a lifetime there through the good times and the less traveled. P.S. Can someone give me
. . . fThanx M.B. and T.K.j." bad. Life has just begun, let's live it to the lecture notes? I think l fell asleep
the limit." again ... l.S.I.N,M.T.ll"
Cathy Smith . . , Chad Smith . . . Gina Smith , , .
"All the world's a stage. and we are "Remember the Party Bus T.P., N.S..
merely players- Rush." H.C.. D.B.? Thank you Tracey P. for be-
ing a great friend! l.W.Y.T.B.l 84-85 La
John Smatana . , .
"Thanks Scott and Pete for being
and making it wild. Where's
University? I think l'Il go therell I luv
Kymberly Smith , . .
Laura Smith . . , Leslie Smith . . . Maria Smith . . .
"lt was the best of times. lt was the "To the guy I love and for the best year
worst of times." and three months we've had. l love you
Leifl And Stacy, l don't know."
X XIX XIX
Shari Smith . , .
ll' ll ll I
Smith Brett Snyder . , . Julie Soto . . .
the keg tilt the glass 85 kicks "To the true winner, there's no finish
l? ll Thanx Eldorado forthe memo line. Thanks for the weird times B.H..
S H R O R B D O and L R TOE. T. DJ.. P.S., T.R.. D.H., and M.H.
Horn Dogs l985."
Craig Spooner . . .
"l finally made it. Thanks Brigitte G..
and J.H., M.C., R.R. l love you . Brigitte.
Take care. We sure did have a lot of
Sheldon Stanhope . . .
"Friends have to be the best." "BeIlies
in the grass are gonna kick your -."
Christine Sottoway . . .
"DYV Baby 0, R.L., Tam and all. we
sure made some wild times together. l'll
never forget you all and always take
care. Thanks for Kenny."
Kelly Spring . . . Michael St. George . . .
Garland Stansbury . . .
"Hey l.H., is it so hard to find a locker?
Cl0th and Ilthj Oh well. we made it
E.H.S.F.B.. remember Billy Idol." "The R.H.: later E.H.S."
Brew Crew." "Luv Ya Carmen!" 99
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Gregory Sterasky . , . Daniel Stih . . . Shannon Stiley . . . Stephen Stocking . , .
"ltisalife ofwonderment-enjoy-share- "Nothing in the real world is
grow-for it will only be as you make it." CC-HD-SS."
X XIX XIX XIX
X X X X X X X
Kevin Suber . . . Barbara Surber . . . Ann Tabor . , . Stephanie Talpas . . .
"lt's the friendship in life that make our "Thanks for the special times M.A.
rainbows shine from rainbow to rain- l..A.V.. M.M.C., S.L.B.. l leave you wi
bow. You're golden LS., M.D., and C.R. great memories and an imponant pla
log Thanks for being there!" in my heartl EHS Soccer iilll"
Xe Xl X Xl X, Xl X
Timothy Tracy . . . Darla Tresise . , . Scott Trotter , . .
"We'II know for the first time, if we're "Life is but a merry-g-round, and we
evil or divine: we're the last in line. RJD are merely horses getting dizzy. Hiccu-
I love you, Shanil Aim high." paluc, Cool Dad, AHHHHHl"
X Xl X XIX
Dennis Trujillo . . .
"Destiny is not to be waited for: it's
be achieved. With the Lord. I
achievel Thanks to all my friends.
cially Jerome and Todd!"
X X X X X X
Lisa Trujillo . . . Leslie Upshaw . . . Carolyn Urish . , . Shelle Vanftten . . .
Michelle Varkalis . . .
"Psht. What kind of crab crawls around
in the shower Kelly? Hide the 'll Best
friends-Mariell Words and Promises-
B.P. Hee Hee, l'm laughin'l"
Daphne Varoz . . . Evawn Velasquez . , .
"Women iil-2-Prom, so tired, Killer "To all the fond memories of EHS. "The gang will live forever. So will our
"Experience all you canl All that
touch and all that you see is all your
will ever be. Bunky loves Tee!"
Edward Verkin . . .
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tonesda, eh? Unoiwhat I dont care. Thanks Lorl Best ofluck. and God bless friendship. Lorraine. Remember all the
Never surrender. Spread your w
and fly. . . Thanks for the good time
Mom, Dad, Jimmy,- I Luv Ul Rad! wom- K.S., L.M., D.A., K.G., LB., and P.S." good timesl Bula, BuIal" EHS-DJ., J.W.. T.L. Anchors Awa
en. Let's Partyl LLLATERSV'
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emmys as Eldorado? best actor and ac-
6 Kendall Kampfe and Paul Strauss wer
K cheered for having the most spirit.
Best Smiles l
Sharla Lopez and Gavin Gonzales warmed
hearts with their smiles.
Leslie Hill and Theran Adamson won
Barbara White and Alan Lee were given A's
for their hard studying.
. ? '
Kelly Sanchez and Mark Vigil rolled into
honors for having the nicest car.
Yvonne Sanchez and Pat Harrington
bounced into the polls with the best athlete
Tiffany Nelson and Adam Powell broke re-
cords at breaking hearts.
Wendy Carr and Todd LeCesne sacked the
best dressed award.
Julie Chavez and Jerome Game
ed in capturing success.
e Class of 'S
Ea Mueller and Sheldon Stanhope
eezed by winning most huggable.
Francoise Lemieux and Gavin Gonzalez
sighted prettiest eyes.
Vanessa Nielson and Jerome Gomez were
popped into the most popular spot.
With the American spirit of justice, the senior class saluted the greatest
of I985. As an alternative to grades and test scores, seniors presented
awards to players bound for Broadway, clowns destined for the circus and
smiles made for toothpaste commercials. ln addition, they prophesied the
success and remembrance of four of their fellow class mmembers. There
was also the unspoken super-late'ive award. Many seniors qualified, offer-
ing the teachers the excuse, "I don't feel tardy."
The fifteen honors were elected by fill-in ballot through senior English
classes. Each superlative consisted of a male and female member. The
choices were given considerable consideration, and the nominations were
tallied carefully. The winners deserved the awards. Eldorado's Eagle rendi-
tion of the Oscar.
Consequently, the l984- l 985 school year proved outstanding, and the
year most likely to be remembered by the senior class.
Award winners were not pictured twice when they won in one or more
Jana Mueller and Sheldon Stanhope joked as class clowns.
Kendall Kampfe and Jerome Gomez waved into being the friendliest.
Vanessa Neilson and Jerome Gomez remained the two most likely to be
Ski Club 4: Soccer 2. 3, 4: Meals On
Cheerleader I. 2: La Cuadrilla 3. 4.
National Forensic League I, 2:
National Honor Society 3. 4: Speech
Team I, 2: Thespians 2. 3, 4.
Cheerleader I: Ski Club 4: Senate 3:
House of Representatives I, 2, 3, 4:
Class Vice President 4: Class Treasurer
3: Freshman Forum I: Sophomore
Board 2: Junior House 3: Senior
Cabinet 4: East Area Student Advisory
French Club 4: Young Life 2, 3, 4.
National Honor Society 4: Basketball
I: Track 2, 3. 4: Junior House 3: Senior
Cabinet 4: Young Life 3, 4.
EI Aguila 2, Assistant Editor 2: French
Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4:
National Junior Honor Society I, 2:
Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4:
NACEL Summer Exchange Student to
Golden Image I: Baseball I: Football I.
2, 3, 4: Young Life I, 2, 3.
D. E. C. A. 3.4.
D. E. C. A. 3, 4: Eagle Spirit 2, 3.
United Class of 'S . .
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Spanish Honor Society 3, 4:
Sophomore Board 2: Junior House 3:
Senior Cabinet 4: Young Life I.
Golden Band I: F. H. A. X H. E. R. O. 2:
Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Swimming and
Diving 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Young Life 4:
All City Track 2: All City Cross Country
3: All District Cross Country 3.
Golden Band I: Key Club 3: O. E. A. 4.
National Honor Society 3. 4: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: Spanish
National Honor Society 2: Junior
Chamber Orchestra I, 2. 3, 4: Strolling
Strings 3, 4: Soccer I, 3: Track 2, 3, 4.
National Forensic League I, 2, 3. 4:
Speech Team I. 2, 3, 4.
Computer Club 2: Ski Club 4: Chi Eta
Girls Chorus I: Gymnastics 2:
Sophomore Board 2: Senior Cabinet 4:
Young Life 4.
Volleyball I, 2. 3, 4.
National Honor Society 3, 4: Soccer 2,
3, 4: Senior Cabinet 4.
Football I, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling I.
O. E. A. 4: Golf I, 2. 3, 4: Swimming
and Diving 2: Senior Cabinet 4: Youn
Life I. 2. 3, 4.
Golden Eagle Marching Band 2: Colo
Guard 2: Key Club 2: National Honor
Society 4: Prom Court 3: Speech Tea
2: Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4: R
W. Club 3. 4.
Gold Rush 2, 3. 4: Concert Choir I, 2
3. 4: All State Chorus I, 2. 3, 4: Who'
Who Among American High School
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Science Fictio
Club I, 2, 3. 4: Golf 4: Track 3, 4.
Key Club 2: National Honor Society 3
Chamber Orchestra 2: Strolling String
I, 2: Spanish National Honor Society 3
Ski Club I: Gymnastics 3, 4.
F. C. A. 3, 4: Key Club I: La Cuadrill
4: Ski Club 2: Swimming And Diving I
Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Football 2. 3. 4.
Football I, 2, 3. 4: Track I, 2, 3. 4.
Eldorado Dance Team 2: La Cuadrilla
3. 4: National Junior Honor Society I
2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Spanish
ational Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4:
wimming and Diving I.
olden Eagle Marching Band I. 2. 3, 4:
creamin' Eagles 4: Wind Ensemble 4:
rench Club I, 2: Ski Club I, 2. 4:
ross Country I, 2.
olden Eagle Marching Band I. 2. 3.
: Screamin' Eagles 4: Golden Image 3:
ind Ensemble 3. 4: Football I:
wimming and Diving 4: Track I:
olidarnose 3, 4.
acquetball Club 4: Ski Club 4.
. C. A. 4: Baseball I. 2, 3. 4: Football
. 4: Young Life I. 2. 3, 4.
olden Eagles Marching Band I. 2. 3.
: Screamin' Eagles I. 2, 3. 4: Wind
nsemble I. 2, 3, 4: Color Guard 2:
old Rush 2, 3. 4: French Club 2:
ational Honor Society 3. 4: National
unior Honor Society I. 2: All State
and I. 3. 4: All State Chorus I, 3. 4:
rum Major 3. 4.
. C. A. 3. 4: National Honor Society 3.
:Football I. 2. 3.4.
olden Eagle Marching Band I. 2, 3:
. C. A. 3. 4: Prom Court 3: Baseball I
. 3, 4: House of Representatives 4:
oung Life I. 2, 4.
ational Honor Society 3: Spanish
ational Honor Society 3.
. C. A. 3. 4: Football I. 2, 3. 4:
restling I. 2.
ey Club I, 2. 3, 4.
National Forensic League I. 2. 3. 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Junior Honor Society 2. 3: Princess 3:
Spanish National Honor Society 3. 4:
Speech Team I, 2. 3, 4: Golf 4: Soccer
2. 3. 4: House of Representatives 3. 4:
Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4:
President of National Junior Honor
Society 2. 3: Most Valuable Player-
National Honor Society 3. 4: Spanish
National Honor Society 3: El Aguila
fassistant editorj 4: Young Life 3:
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic I. 2. 3: Screaming Eagles 4:
Golden Image I, 2, 3: Wind Ensemble
4: Young Life I. 2, 3, 4: Solidarnose 3,
Cheryl Diane Cardmon
Octagon Club 3: Ski Club 3, 4.
Wendy Lee Carr
Fantasy Club 3. 4: French Club 3:
International Club 3: Key Club 3. 4:
Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4.
National Honor Society 3. 4:
Basketball I, 2, 3. 4: Golf I.
Concert Choir 3: Mixed chorus 3:
International Club 2. 3.
D.E.C.A. 3. 4: Media aide I.
F.C.A. 3, 4: Key Club 2: National
Honor Society 4: National Junior
Honor Society 2. 3: Queen 3: Court 3:
Ski Club 2: Basketball I: Senate 3. 4:
Class President 4: Class Vice President
2. 3: Sophomore Board 2: Junior
House 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Traffic
Safety Task Force 2, 3. 4.
Ski Club I: Track I. 2.
F.C.A. 3. 4: Baseball I. 2. 3. 4: Football
I, 2. 3, 4: Young Life I. 2. 3. 4.
Screaming Eagles 4: Golden Image 3:
Chamber Orchestra I. 2, 3. 4: Strolling
Strings 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 2: Track
2: Allstate Orchestra 2. 3. 4: A.Y.S. 4:
Solo 5 Ensemble I, 2, 3. 4: Best Bass
Soloist-West Mesa Jazz Festival 3.
Concert Choir 2, 3: Girl's Ensemble I:
La Caudrilla 3. 4: Ski Club I. 2. 3. 4:
Football I. 2. 3. 4.
National Honor Society 3. 4: National
Junior Honor Society I. 2: Spanish
National Honor Society 3. 4: Orchestra
G.A.R.P. 3: Key Club I. 2: National
Honor Society 3: National Junior
Honor Society I: Soccer I. 2, 3, 4.
Concert Choir 3: Girl's Ensemble 2:
Girl's Chorus I: Court 3: Ski Club I, 2.
3, 4: Speech Team 2: Track I, 2:
Freshman Forum I: Sophomore Board
2: Junior House 3. Senior Cabinet 4:
F.C.A. I. 2, 3, 4.
Cathryn L. Collins
F.C.A. 4: Ski Club I, 2. 3, 4: Soccer I,
2, 3, 4: Soccer Captain 4: Track I.
Track 2, 4: Wrestling I.
Ronald S. Cook
Swimming and Diving I, 2, 3, 4.
D.E.C.A. 3: Eldorado Dance Team I:
French Club 3: Basketball I, 2: Soccer
2, 3, 4: Young Life I, 2.
Ski Club 4: Speech Team I, 2:
Wrestling I, 2: Class Vice President I:
Freshman Forum I: Thesbians 3, 4.
La Cuadrilla 3, 4: National Honor Roll
4: Who's Who Among American High
School Students 4.
Football 3, 4.
F. C. A. 4: National Honor Society:
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2. 3, 4:
House of Representatives I: Junior
House 3: Senior Cabinet 4.
Color Guard 3, 4.
Cheerleader 3. 4: F. C. A. 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: Prom
John Della Longa
D. E. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Baseball l.
Golden Band I, 2.
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Junior Honor Society 2: Cross Country
I. 2: Track I: House of Representatives
3: Staters 3, 4: Vice President 3, 4.
Basketball I: Soccer I, 2, 3, 4.
Basketball l: Softball I, 2, 3.
Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Martial Arts Club
2: National Honor Society 3, 4: R. O. T.
C. I, 2. 3, 4.
Apathy Club 3: D. E. C. A. 3, 4: Key
Club 2, 3. 4: Gymnastics I, 2:
Sophomore Board 2.
D. E. C. A. 3, 4.
Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Spanish National
hhonor Society 3.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching BandfSymphonic 2, 3.
National Honor Society 3, 4: Ski Club
2, 4: Football l: Staters 3. 4.
F. H. A. XHERO 3, 4: Key Club 3.
Football Manager 3, 4.
Football 3, 4.
G. A. R. P. 3, 4: National Honor Society
3, 4: Ski Club 4: Speech Team 4: Cross
Country 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Staters 3, 4.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic: Wind Ensemble 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: Staters 3,
Golden Band I: Golden Image 2:
Football 2: V. I. C. A. 3.
Chess Club 3. 4: D. E. C. A. 3, 4.
Ski Club 3, 4: Baseball I: Football 2, 3,
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4.
Golden Band I.
Golden Band I.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic 2: D. E. C. A. 3: Ski Club 2.
Black Student Union I, 2: D. E. C. A. 3
Key Club 3: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball
I, 2, 3, 4: Young Life I, 2, 3, 4.
Football 3, 4.
House of Representatives 2, 3: Young
Life I, 2, 3, 4: Campagners 2, 3, 4.
R. O. T. C. l.
Thesbians 3, 4.
National Honor Society 4: Spanish
Honor Society 3, 4: Football I.
Girl's Ensemble I, 2. 3,: G. A. R. P. 3:
Key Club I.
Eldorado Dance Team I: Mock Trial
Team I, 2, 3: Swimming and Diving I,
2, 3, 4: House of Representatives l:
Young Life I.
Cheerleader 3, 4: F. C. A. 3, 4: Ski Club
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
arching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
ind Ensemble 4: Mock Trial Team 4.
. C. A. 3, 4: National Honor Society 3.
: National Junior Honor Society I, 2:
rom Court 3: Homecoming King 4:
aseball I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I:
ootball I, 2, 3, 4: Senate 2, 3, 4:
ouse of representatives I, 2, 3, 4:
tudent Body President 4: Freshman
orum I: Sophomore Board 2: Junior
ouse 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Inter-Club
. 4: Rotary Club Leadership
orkshop 3: UNM Mathematics
ontest, Final Round Qualifier 3: State
mbassador to Hugh O'Brian
ternational Leadership Seminar 2:
utstanding Freshman Award from
Idorado Civitan Club I: New Mexico
ssociation of Student Councils
xecutive Committee Vice President 3,
: Delegate to Albuquerque United
ity Council I, 2, 3, 4: Delegate to
entral District Student Council 2, 3,
: Delegate to New Mexico Association
fStudent Council State Convention 2,
, 4: Albuquerque Public Schools'
eadership Workshop 2, 3: Eldorado
eadership Workshop I, 3: Vice
hairman of Student Student Senate 3:
hairman of Student Senate 2: Traffic
afety Task Force 3, 4: New Mexico
ssociation of Student Councils
ummer Workshop 4: National
ssociation of Student Councils
ational Honor Society 3, 4: Eldorado
epresentative at KAFB's "Proiect
plift" 3: Attended Minority Student
nrichment Program at the College of
anta Fe 4.
CA 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4:
ational Junior Honor Society I, 2: Ski
lub 3, 4: Spanish National Honor
Society I, 2: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball I, 2: Football I, 2, 3, 4.
Color Guard 4: Key Club I: National
Honor Society 4: National Junior
Honor Society 2, 3: Spanish National
Honor Society 4: Senior Cabinet 4:
Who's Who in American High School
Football I: Swimming and Diving 4.
Cheerleader I, 2: F.C.A. 2, 4: Senior
National Honor Society 3, 4:
Basketball I, 2: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track I.
2, 3, 4: Young Life 2, 3.
D.E.C.A. 3, 4: F.H.A.!Hero 3: Key Club
I, 2, 3: Volleyball 4.
Golden Image 2, 3: Soccer 3.
Ski Club 3.
Baseball 3, 4.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
Eldorado Dance Team I: French Club
Concert Choir 2, 3, 4: GirI's Ensemble
Football I, 2.
French Club I. 2: Speech Team 2:
Senate 3, 4.
Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 4.
Mixed Chorus I: F.H.A.!H.E.R.O. 3, 4:
R.O.T.C. I: Young Life I, 2, 3, 4.
Chess Club 3, 4.
National Honor Society 3: Raquetball
Club I: Softball I, 2, 3, 4: Young Life
I, 2, 3, 4.
Mixed Chorus 2: Girl's Chorus I:
French Club 3: National Honor Society
3, 4: Sandia Laboratory Summer School
Science Program 2, 3: House of
Representatives I, 2: Freshman Forum
I: Sophomore Board 2: Junior House
3: Math Team I, 2, 3, 4: Theatre Trip to
London England 3.
Chamber Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: Strolling
Strings I, 2, 3, 4.
Math Team I, 2: English Team 2.
EI Aguila 2: Senate I, 2.
Cross Country 2, 4: Science Fair I.
F.H.A. !H.E.R.O. 2.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: Treasurer
4: Speech Team I: Cross Country I:
Golf 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives
4: Freshman Forum I: Sophomore
Board 2: Junior House 3: Senior
Cabinet 4: Thesbians 4.
Screamin' Eagles 4: Golden Image 2, 3:
Ski Club 4: Track I, 2.
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: House of
F. C. A. 3, 4: La Cuadrilla 3. 4: Young
Life I, 2.
F. C. A. 4: Ski Club 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4:
Swimming and Diving I, 2, 3. 4: Young
O. E. A.
Soccer I, 2, 3.4.
Girl's Ensemble I: El Aguila 2: Ski Club
I, 2, 3. 4: Swimming and diving: House
of Representatives 2.
Football I: Golf I. 2, 3, 4.
F. C. A. 4: Baseball I, 2, 3. 4: Football
Swimming and Diving 3.
D. E. C. A. 3, 4: Key Club 2.
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: Chamber
Orchestra I. 2. 3: Strolling Strings I, 2,
3: Cross Country 2. 3: Track I, 2.
Cycling Club 3, 4: Basketball 3. 4:
Golden Band I: Softball I.
F. C. A. 4: F. H. A.!Hero 3. 4:
International Club 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3.
4: Prom Court 3: F. H. A.!Hero State
Officer 4: Ski Club 2. 4: Senate 4:
House of Representatives 2, 4: Class
Secretary 2, 3. 4: Sophomore Board 2:
Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4.
Mixed Chorus I: F. H. A.!Hero 2:
Cross Country 2: Track I, 2, 3, 4.
Apathy Club I, 2, 3, 4: International
Club 4: Ski Club 2. 4: Senior Cabinet 4.
Football I, 2, 3, 4.
Eagle Spirit 2, 3, 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: National Junior Honor
Society I, 2.
Garp 3: Key Club I: National Honor
Society 4: Volleyball I, 2.
Gold Rush 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir I. 2,
3, 4: All-State.
Girl's Chorus 2.
Ski Club I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball I, 2.
F. H. A.!Hero 3.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic I. 2. 3: Color Guard I. 2, 3:
cheerleader 4: National Junior Honor
Society I. 2: Co-captain Color Guard 2:
Captain Color Guard 3.
Apathy Club 3, 4: El Aguila 3. 4.
National Honor Society 3: Junior
National Forensic League I, 2, 3, 4:
Speech Team I, 2, 3, 4: Martial Arts
Club 2. 4.
Apathy Club 3, 4: Key Club 3: National
Forensic League 3. 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: Ski Club 3: Spanish
National Honor Society 3. 4: Speech
Team 3. 4: Senate 3: House Of
Representatives 3: Staters 3: Junior
House 3: Senior Cabinet 4: State
Debate Champ 3: Girls Nation 3:
Debate Nationals 3.
Basketball I. 2: Cross Country 3. 4:
Track I, 2, 3, 4.
Apathy Club 4: Liason Committee 2:
East Area Advisory Committee I, 3:
Softball I, 2: Senate I. 2, 3. 4: House off
Representatives I, 2, 3, 4:
Homecoming Chairman 3:
Homecoming Vice-Chairman 4: State
Project Chairman 4: Central District
Student Council 4: E. H. S. Leadership
Workshop 2. 4: A. P. S. Leadership
Workshop 2: N. M. A. S. C. Summer
Leadership Workshop 2. 4: Traffic
Safety Task Force Chariman 3, 4: N. M.
A. S. C. State Convention: Lettered
Senate 2. 3: Signal Team 2. 3. 4:
Birthday Fiesta Gang 3, 4.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2. 3. 4:
Gold Rush 3, 4: Concert Choir I, 2. 3.
4: Albuquerque Youth Orchestra 2, 3.
4: All-State Chorus 2. 3, 4.
Softball I, 2, 4: Volleyball I, 2, 3. 4:
All-State Volleyball 3: College of Santa
Fe's Minority Student Enrichment
F. H. A. !Hero 2. 3: Young Life I.
CA 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3.
: Ski Club 3, 4: Spanish National
onor Society 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4:
rack 3. 4: Wrestling 3, 4.
. H. A.!H.E.R.O. 2: French Club 3, 4:
hamber Orchestra I, 2.
panish National Honor Society 3.
.C. Anahilation Club 4.
olden Band I: House of
epresentatives I, 2: Freshman Forum
: Sophomore Board 2: Senior Cabinet
ki Club 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4: Track 2.
. 4: Senate 4: Student Body Vice
resident 4: Homecoming Court.
olden Eagle Marching Band!
mphonic I, 2, 3. 4: Screamin' Eagles
: Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 4: National
orensic League 2: National Honor
ciety 3. 4: National Junior Honor
ciety 2, 3: Speech Team 2:
olleyball I, 2: Staters 3, 4.
olden Band I: Track I: Young Life 2.
ational Honor Society 3, 4: National
nior Honor Society l, 2: Chamber
rchestra I, 3, 4: Strolling Strings I. 3,
sketball I, 2, 3, 4.
i Club 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Board 2:
nior Cabinet 4: Homecoming Court
Ski Club 2: Apathy Club 4.
Gold Rush 3, 4: Concert Choir I, 2. 3,
4: Eldorado Dance Team 2: National
Honor Society 4: National Junior
Honor Society 3, 4: Chorus Secretary 4:
Spanish National Honor Society 3, 4:
House of Representatives I: Chorus All
State 2, 3, 4.
Martial Arts Club 2, 4: National
Forensic League 2, 3, 4: Speech Team
2, 3, 4.
Golden Band I: Swimming and Diving
2, 4: Young Life 3, 4.
Young Life I. 2, 3, 4.
Football 3. 4.
House of Representatives I, 2, 3.
Chamber Orchestra I, 2.
F.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Football I.
2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2: Young Life I.
Golden Band I: FHA!HERO 3: OEA 4.
Science Fiction Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball
DECA 3, 4: FHAXHERO 2. 3: Key Club
I, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball I, 2.
Eldorado Dance Team I: La Cuadrilla
Track I. 2.
National Forensic League I, 2, 3. 4:
National Honor Society 3. 4: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: Speech
Team I, 2, 3, 4: House of
Representatives I: Staters 3, 4: Young
Life 3, 4: Girls Nation 4: Staters
Treasurer 3, 4: National Speech
Tournament Qualifier 3: Speech Team.
Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, President
DECA 3: Football I: ICT 4.
Computer Club I: Eagle Spirit I: Ski
Club I, 2, 3.4.
Color Guard 2. 3: Concert Choir 2. 3.
4: Mixed Chorus I: French Club 3, 4:
Track 3, 4.
Key Club 4: Concert Choir 3: Girl's
Ensemble 2: Mixed Chorus I: SAVE,
President 4: Swimming and Diving I, 2.
3, 4: Track I, 2.
Golden Band I: Golden Image 2:
Chess Club 3, 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: ROTC 2, 3. 4: Volleyball
French 3, 4: Key Club I: Ski Club 4:
Track I: House of Representatives I, 2.
3, 4: Freshman Forum I: Senior Cabinet
4: Inter-Club 3.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic I, 2: Golden Image 3: Ski
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4: Symphonic
Band 2: Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: Prom Court
3: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I.
Golden Band I: Key Club I: National
Forensic League 3: National Junior
Honor Society I, 2: Speech Team 3:
House of Representatives 3: Junior
House 3: Senior Cabinet 4: Young Life
Basketball 3, 4.
Octagon Club 3: Color Guard 4.
Girls Ensemble 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Key
Club 4: National Honor Society 4:
Gymnastics I. 2, 3, 4. House of
Ski Club 4: Cross Country 2.
Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4: FCA 3, 4:
French Club 3: Key Club 4.
Cross Country I: Softball I, 2, 3. 4:
French Club 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2:
Track I: House of Representatives I, 2,
4: Freshman Forum I: Senior Cabinet 4.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3.
DECA 3, 4.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
Track I, 2, 4.
El Aguila 4: Editor 4: GARP 3:
International Club 3: National Honor
Society 3. 4: President 3, 4: National
Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Senate
2, 4: House of Representatives 2:
Staters 3, 4: Liaison Committee 2:
Curriculum Committee 3, 4: East Area
Student Advisory 4: Class Secretary I:
Freshman Forum I: Sophomore Board
2: Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4:
lnterclub 4: Who's Who Among
American High School Students 3, 4:
Student Body Secretary 2: Golden
Rhythm Dance Team I.
FHAXHERO I: Ski Club 3: Junior House
Close-Up Eldorado 3: Cycling Club I:
Fantasy Club 3: Football I, 2:
Wrestling I: House of Representatives
I, 2: Weightlifting I, 2.
Ski Club 2. 3, 4: Basketball I:
Swimming and Diving 2, 3: Young Life
2, 3, 4.
OEA 4: Ski Club 4.
Cheerleader 2, 4: FCA 4: OEA 3, 4:
House of Representatives I, 3: Senior
Cabinet 4: Eagle Mascot 3.
DECA 3: Soccer I, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling I,
2. 3, 4.
Ski Club 3, 4.
FCA 3. 4: French Club 3, 4: La
Cuadrilla 3, 4: OEA 3: Court 3: Science
Fiction Club 3, 4: House of
Representatives 2, 3: Sophomore Board
2: Junior House 3.
Concert Choir 3, 4: French Club 3, 4:
International Club 3, 4: National Hono
Cheerleader I, 2: FCA 3, 4: La
Cuadrilla 3, 4: Princess 3: House of
Representatives I: Homecoming
National Honor Society 3.4: House of
Representatives 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4:
Nursing Program 3, 4.
Terry A. O'Mara
Soccer I, 2, 3, 4: All State 2, 3.
FCA 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2: National
Honor Society 3. 4: National Junior
Honor Society I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish
National Honor Society 3, 4: Football
I, 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Wrestling 2, 3:
Staters 3, 4: Junior House 3: Senior
Cabinet 4: Young Life I.
Carla M. Oney
Softball I, 2, 3, 4.
Golden Band I.
Golden Band I.
Key Club 2: La Cuadrilla 3, 4: Co-
captain 3: Ski Club 2: Senior Cabinet
Young Life 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Cou
Tennis I: VICA 3, 4.
Intermediate Orchestra I. 2: Soccer I
olf 3, 4: Chi Eta 2, 3, 4.
arisa Maria Pedroncelli
old Rush 2, 3. 4: Concert Choir 2, 3.
: Mixed Chorus I: French Club 3, 4:
ational Honor Society 4: All-State
horus 2, 3, 4.
I Aguila 2: FCA 4: La Cuadrilla 4.
hristopher C. Porter
ECA 3: French Club 2: ROTC 2:
ouse of Representatives 3: Civil Air
atrol 2. 3, 4. V
CA 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3. 4:
asketball I, 2: Football I. 2, 3, 4:
ouse of Representatives I, 2, 3. 4:
omecoming Court 4.
pathy Club 3. 4: FCA 4: French Club
: Ski Club 4: Senior Cabinet 4: Young
ife I. 2, 3, 4: Campaigners 2, 3, 4.
EA 4: Ski Club 4: Track I, 2.
omputer Club I, 2: Fantasy Club I, 2:
cience Club I, 2.
olden Eagle Marching Band!
ymphonic I, 2, 3: Wind Ensemble 4:
old Rush I, 2, 3, 4: Concert Choir I.
: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court
ootball I, 2, 3, 4: FCA 4.
olor Guard 3, 4: Octagon Club I, 2,
ARP 3: National Honor Society 3, 4:
ki Club 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4:
restling 2: Senate 3.
Golden Band I: Football I: Wrestling
Larry G. Riffe ll
Baseball I, 2, 3: Football I: Staters
QPresidentj 3, 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: Young Life 4.
Swimming and Diving 2: House of
David A. Rivera
Wrestling Manager I, 2: Thespians 3,
4: Thespian Officer.
La Cuadrilla 4: Ski Club 3, 4.
FHAXHERO 2: Sophomore Board 2.
Concert Choir 3, 4: GirI's Ensemble 2:
GirI's Chorus I: Chi Eta 2, 3.
Mixed Chorus I.
Science Fiction Club I: Thespians 3, 4.
Michael D. Royce
FCA 4: Baseball 3, 4: Football 3, 4.
Vincent Charles Rubio
DECA 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Key
Club Vice President 2: Key Club
President 3: Key Club Secretary 4:
House of Representatives I, 2, 3.
Cheerleader 3, 4: Mixed Chorus I:
Eldorado Dance Team I, 2: FCA 3, 4.
DECA 3: Key Club 4: Track I: House of
Representatives I, 2, 3, 4: Senior
Cabinet 4: Young Life 3, 4:
Beautification Project I.
Ski Club 4: International Club 4: FCA
4: Yearbook 4: Track 4.
Concert Choir 4: Girl's Ensemble I, 3:
Mixed Chorus 2: Junior House 3:
Senior Cabinet 4.
Ski Club I: Wrestling I.
Matthew Eric Sanchez
Cross Country 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 3.
FCA 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Softball 2,
Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4.
Football I .
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic 3, 4: Screamin' Eagles 2, 3,
4: Golden Image I: Wind Ensemble 3,
4: Gold Rush 2. 3, 4: Chamber
Orchestra I: Strolling Strings I:
Morning Song 3: Aria 3, 4.
FCA 4: Spanish National Honor Society
3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: EI Aguila 4.
Chamber Orchestra I, 2: Young Life 3.
La Cuadrilla 3, 4: Ski Club I, 2, 3:
Gymnastics 2: House of
Representatives I, 2: Class Secretary 2:
Freshman Forum I: Sophomore Board
Denise M. Scibior
National Honor Society 4: National
Junior Honor Society I: Cross Country
2: Track 2: Band I.
Athletic Trainers I.
Eagle Spirit 2, 3.
Eldorado Dance Team I: OEA 4.
National Honor Society 3, 4: Baseball
I, 2, 3, 4.
La Cuadrilla 4: Soccer I, 2, 3: Track I.
Spanish National Honor Society 3, 4:
Soccer 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4.
4: Track 2, 3, 4.
.ludith Ann Shuman
Color Guard I, 2, 3, 4: Color Guard
Vice President 3.
Eagle Spirit 2, 3. 4: Fantasy Club I: Key
Club I: National Honor Society 3, 4:
National Junior Honor Society I, 2, 3:
Science Fiction Club I: Spanish
National Honor Society 3, 4: Stater 3,
4: Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4:
String Orchestra I: Symphony
Orchestra 2: Eagle Spirit Features
Editor 2, 3: Eagle Spirit Managing
Editor 4: Sandia Labs!APS Summer
Science Program 2.
Ski Club 4: Football I: Track I.
Key Club 4: La Cuadrilla 4: Ski Club 3.
Golden Eagle Symphonic Band 2:
Thesbians 3, 4.
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I.
Cheerleader 3: FCA 3, 4: La Cuadrilla
4: Court 3: House of Representatives 2.
Girls Chorus I. 2: National Honor
Society 3, 4: Chamber Orchestra I:
Leadership Club 3.
National Honor Society 3, 4: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: Cross
Country I, 2, 3: Soccer 4: Track I, 2:
Apathy Club I, 2, 3, 4: DECA 3, 4:
Eldorado Dance Team 2, 3, 4: Fantasy
Club I, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4: E.P.A. I
2, 3, 4: E.G.U. I, 2, 3, 4.
FCA 4: French Club I, 2, 3, 4: National
Honor Society 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4:
Swimming and Diving 2, 3, 4: Staters 3.
4: Senior Cabinet 4.
Softball I, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3.
Computer Club I, 2, 3, 4: Martial Arts
Club 2, 4: Wrestling 3: Photography 3.
FCA 3, 4: Football I, 2, 3, 4.
Golden Band I, 2: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 3, 4.
Ski Club I. 2, 4.
National Forensic League I, 2, 3, 4:
National Junior Honor Society I, 2, 3:
Speech Team I, 2, 3. 4: Young Life 3.
Girl's Ensemble I, 2: Eldorado Dance
Team I, 2: FCA 3, 4: La Cuadrilla 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4.
Concert Choir 3: Girl's Ensemble 2:
OEA 4: Chamber Orchestra I: Strolling
Golden Band I: Soccer 2, 3, 4.
Girl's Ensemble I: Basketball I:
2, 3, 4.
Cheerleader I: Concert Choir 3: GirI's
Ensemble 2: Mixed Chorus I: El
Dance Team I: La Cuadrilla 3. 4: Ski
Club 3: Sophomore Board 2: Th
Society of Distinguished American
High School Students 3, 4.
Soccer I, 2, 3, 4.
Football I, 2. 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3. 4.
Football I, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling I.
Cross Country 2.
Chess Club 2, 3, 4: ROTC I, 2,
2, 3. 4.
Baseball I, 3, 4: Football I, 2, 3. 4:
Track 2: Wrestling I.
Gold Rush 2, 3, 4: Concert Cho
3. 4: National Honor Society 4:
Life 3, 4.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic I, 2, 3.
FHAXHERO 2: Volleyball 2.
Golden Band l: Golden Eagle
ir I . 2.
Marching Band!Symphonic 2. 3. 4: Key
Ski Club 3, 4: Track I.
pathy Club I, 2, 3, 4: DECA 3, 4:
Idorado Dance Team 2, 3, 4: Fantasy
lub l, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 3. 4: Ski Club
, 2, 3, 4: House of Representatives 3:
reshman Forum l: Sophomore Board
: Junior House 3: Senior Cabinet 4.
panish National Honor Society 3:
asketball I, 2, 3: Soccer I, 2.
olden Band l: Soccer 2, 3, 4: National
onor Society 3.
ara Elaine Wadell
HAXHERO 3, 4: Key Club 3: Ski Club
: Golf I. 2, 3: FHAXHERO Chapter
ecretary 3: FHAXHERO State Officer
nter-Club I, 2, 3, 4.
ational Junior Honor Society 2:
ational Honor Society 3, 4: National
erit Commended Student 3: Junior
ouse 3: Senior Cabinet 4: NCTE Semi-
olden Band I: Golden Eagle
arching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4.
pathy Club 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Key
lub Treasurer 3: Key Club Vice-
resident 4: Senior Cabinet 4: VICA 4.
rack 2, 3, 4.
olden Eagle Marching Band!
ymphonic I, 2, 3, 4: Track 4.
olden Band l: Golden Eagle
arching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
olden Image 2, 3, 4: French Club 3:
ey Club l: National Junior Honor
ociety l. 2: National Honor Society 3,
: Ski Club 4: Senior Cabinet 4: All-
State Band 2, 3. 4.
Young Life I, 2, 3, 4: Campaigners 2, 3.
Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2.
DECA 4: OEA 4.
Apathy Club I, 2, 3, 4: Golden Eagle
Marching BandfSymphonic 3, 4: Gold
Rush 3. 4: Concert Choir 3, 4: National
Forensic League 3, 4: Curad 2: Speech
Team 2, 3, 4: Senate I, 2, 3, 4: House
of Representatives I, 2, 3, 4: Class
Treasurer 4: Freshman Forum I:
Sophomore Board 2: Junior House 3:
Senior Cabinet 4: Central District
Student Council I, 2, 3, 4: New Mexico
Association of Student Councils I, 2, 3,
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3. 4:
Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 4: FHAXHERO 2.
Golden Band I: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3. 4:
Close-up Eldorado 3: French Club 2, 3,
4: International Club 2: National
Junior Honor Society I, 2: National
Honor Society 3, 4: Athletic Trainers I,
2: Cross Country I: House of
Representatives I, 3: Junior House 3:
Senior Cabinet 4.
Golden Band l: Golden Eagle
Marching Band!Symphonic 2, 3, 4:
Wind Ensemble 4: National Honor
Society 3, 4: National Junior Honor
Society I, 2: Spanish National Honor
Society 2, 3, 4: Basketball I.
Terry Lee Wilson
ROTC I, 2, 3, 4: Commanding Officer
ROTC 4: ROTC Drill Team l, 2, 3, 4.
Concert Choir 3: Girl's Ensemble I, 2
Eldorado Dance Team I: La Cuadrilla
3, 4: Sophomore Board 2.
Ski Club I, 2: Soccer 3, 4.
Golden Eagle Marching Band!
Symphonic I, 2: Wind Ensemble 3, 4:
National Honor Society 3, 4: Soccer I
2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Staters 3, 4:
N.C.T.E. Finalist 3.
Mrs. "D's" studentsiand collages.
Freshmen Were Filled
Left: Claudia Ortega, Anthony Yanez. Terri Royce. y
The class of I988 started the first of their four years with motivation and great expectations, The Freshmen Forum managed
get more students actively participating in fund raisers and class functions. Class President. Anthony Yanez, stated. "l'm hopin
to get freshmen more involved in school spirit." The Forum grew in size throughout the year with the dedication of recruiting Fo
Members honored fellow students and presented Coronado gift certificates to the homecoming King and Queen. To suppo
special school functions, the group participated in several fund raisers. Their first candy sale, alone. increased the treasury fro
l00 to almost 600.
ln October their dedicated sponsor. Kathleen Church, left. leaving the group on their own until a new sponsor could be found
This did not discourage the group as they completed one of the best freshmen years ever.
lass of lsss
Left side: Tanya Rivers. Lisa Gill and Jill Vasquez. Middle: Lyssa Robertson. Nadia Gobin, Erica Winy
and Linda Hobbs. Right side: Colleen O'Neil, Dawn Stiley, Stacy Higgins, Carmen Martinez, Jeanie
Stringer and Cari Porter.
Sponsor: Mrs. Kathleen Church who served the first 9
weeks before being named Assistant Principal at San-
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Lori Berry , Shannon Bond Tlllony Brader. , f Cary Broolnsi , Cathleen Bueck .
Yvonne Berube ' Stacy Berea Stacey Bradley Keith Brown ' Christa Burrage
Scarlette Bessel: Dan Bosworth Tracey Bradley .lon Bray Bin Burton
Marc Bessent Brian Bower Mike Brand . lara Brunlt David Burton
Eric Blekel Alan Bowman Karen Brannock' K vi Mac Brunner Kriglin Butler I
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Laura Davis Daniel Derwent James Donnna Michael Dougher Brian Ebert
Janene Dellalonga Tony Dlax .lanell Donahoo Jeff Doyle 1 Monlque Esker
John Delarian Leslie Dlckmn Jeffrey Donovan Darren Dresser Tony Ecker
Tim Demmie ' George Dietrich Milne Donovan ' Melinda Duncan ' Edward Eddie'
David Dennis Dina Dlnelll Suzanne Doolcrr ABUQIII Dunn Paul Edmunds
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Glori Garrison , lawana Gibbs Nadeeyah Gobin Harvey Goss Valerie Grover
Pamela Gaylord Gavin Gibson Traci Goff Mara Golllleb Doug Gruer
Wendy Gaylord Bryce Gilbert Bryan Gomez Amber Graves Joanne Gutierrez
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Tim Huffman Jessica Irwin Jason Jepson Jessica Johnson Shelbi Jones
Laura Hughes Brian lrler Bobby Jewell Marla Johnson Jeff Jump
Jared Huskey Carol Jameson James Jimenez Robin Johnson Karen Kala!
Bryan Huslcisson Martin Jararnillo Chris Johnson Shelile Johnson Jeanine Kass:
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Donnie Kuhl Mike Lelmer Crystal Lcyva Tracy Lim Angela Lovell
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Donald Laila Jeff Leporl y Ray lindsey l Stephanie Long lricia Lynch
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Pam MacMiIIian Heather Malcolm Michelle Marlin . Sheri Mastin Chuck McCaffrey
Colleen MacNab Carina Maldonaldo Carmen Martinez . Jennifer Maqderly , , Daniel McCloskey ,
Stephanie Maddox Leslie Mangan Ramona Martinez Douglas May Mark McCoIlister
Monica Mae: Kallxrine Mann Renee Martinez K MikekMay I , I g A Srian McConnell
Cone Magee Ja-Ann Margo Richard Martinez John Mayor Grace McCrea
Francine Maher Dean Marie Todd Martinez Loma McBride , Brian McClllcheon
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Jeremy Mcdlocls Jason Miles Y K Mm Mobevg loseph Montoya Vicki Morgan
Mlchaeline Melcndcz Crystal Milla Merrilee Moenerk Mark Montoya K Marlin Morris
Kimberly Melzer Jana Miller John Molina Karey Moon Melissa Morris
Malls: Mendez Peyton Miller Alan Monnin Craig Moore Shelley Morris
Brian Mellzr Shannon Miller Karric Monlielh Patrick Moore Jeff Morrow
Dawn Meyer Amy Minero Eileen Montoya Scott Moore Mehnle Mummen
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Donny Myers Michael Nimme Debbie Olson Juan Ortega Russell Parker
Nancy Nagel Kahrl Noll Bill ONeal Romeo Ortiz Mark Parra
Gigi Narris Cathy Novicki Colleen 0Neill Brian Ovellelre Jodi Pate
Martin Nash Mary Nunley Matt ONeill Lori Overton Kristina Pate
Mark Nelscn Erin 0Bryan Dallas Orrrdorff Wendy Pabiclr Kathleen Patrick
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Dan Pionkoski Andre: Prelser K Scot! Qulring lisa Raillfl Randy Rhodes
Sarah Pixton ' Mlchelle Prentice Aaron kabb Greg Rene, A , Lisa Rica
Angel Poltras Kelly Price Jill Raey Lynda Reed Jennifer Rich
Linda Pollock Christiana Pringle Pal Rapagnanl Shelly Reed K Ray Rlchmound
Carl Porter K 'Leonard Prlzanl K David Rasinski Giles llegile Lira Rienke
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Cindy Rlordan Melanie Robinson K Jason Rouswell Seth Salter Eric Sanchez
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Sandy Rivera LeeAnn Romero Karl Rude ' Paul Salazar John Sanur! '
Tanya Rivers Gregg Rose Greg Russell Tom Salazar Jennifer Satan
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John Sharp Lara Siegenlhalev Carl Smart Alfredo Soriano Rob Slamnl
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Rob Shaver Todd Silberman Dwayne Smllh Juan Souler Susan Sleckbauer
Joel Shearer Bealrice Silva Jennifer Smith Jennifer Spalding Jlm Stephens
Leslie Shelton Lisa Silva , Jimmy Smith Lynn Spencer lee Slephenson
Jerrod Shiplel Jennifer Simonds Larry Smith Tammy Spring Georgia Stevens
Leslie Shufofd .llm Simpson Tracee Smith Don Slabley Michelle Stevens
David Shulh Waller Sloan Viclov Smilh Joel Sladllandef Amy Stlchman
Brian Slone Steve Stremslerfer
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Mike Turin Kersli Tyson Craig Vancll Jill Vasquez Phillip Vlllella
Ed Tuma David Ulla: Patrick Van Hom K Thomas Vcilch Kimberly Viscaldi
Rob Twietmeycr Ron llpxhaw Sltpllth Van Worley Slacl Veiiz Richard Vltlow
Brigel Tyson Jana Van Blaricom Lisa Vsrgo Liu Vigil Julie Vulk
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Matthew Voorhees Greg Wagner Tanya Walton Heather Webber Peter Wenger!
Nick Voorhis Brian Walker Cameron Ward Erica Welngarler Kristi Whaley
Michelle Wade Krista Walker William Ward Sally Wharton
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Robert Wiibqandun Angela Wilson Mlclnelleywilson Stephanie Wolimon Michael Wrighl
Chris Wilder Frank Wilson ' ' Shelley Wlngerl 'K Brian Wonder Anlhoney Yanez
Kirsten Williams Jeff Wllson Neil Winters Charles Wong Stephanie Yeager
Robert Williams lohn Wilson K joel Wirth Tonyq Wood A Jason Young ,
Scott Williams Kyle Wilson Jeff Wilkowslzl Greg Wright Melina Zellner
Garner Willis Marc Wilson Erika Witte Jeffery Wrlghl Kevin Zlnk
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"OK, Wherek my next clan?"
Brian Moore led the Sophomore Class as President this
year. The class of i987 officers also included Greg Wil-
liams as Vice President, Michael James as Treasurer and
Kim Cole. Secretary. Mr. Dixon served as the class spon-
The year began with the super homecoming reception
sponsored by the class of I987 and continued with a fun
raiser and a fantastic dance. Brian enioyed sewing a
President and especially liked working with his Sopho
more class members. The Sophomore class is outgoin
and smart, and their years ahead at Eldorado will b
lefl to Rlghl: Mrs. Dells Bowen, Brian Moore, Kim Cole. Greg Williams. Michael James and Mr. David Dixun.
op Row! Shirley Arellano, Lisa Thomas. Tanya Florence, Berth Ti , K IC
a en am ox. and Michelle Meisen. Middle Rows Ann Denny. Ondi Ashe. fudl Baker,
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Angela Allre Teresa Anzar Kill Austin - A James Bale! K K Scott Bauer
Lisa Allen Marguerite Archibeck Jason Babb Stefanie Barkhum Debra Buzell
Jennifer Andean Jim Archulela , Deana Baca . Kirk Barnes Brian Beal
Jack! Anderson Andrew Arellan' Elena Baca ' Michael Barnes Kim Beal
Jimmy Anderson Shirley Arellano Sean Baiuk Kristi Barrel! Rick Beattie
' Seen Andrews ' Qndlllshe ' ' Judi Baker Peggle Bates Barbara Beavers
Tracy Andrews Dynel Austin Trevor Baldocla Suzanne Bauer Kristin Beckman
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Kami Bccrnarr Rilf Beske Tamara Bolek Candie Bragben Hendrik Brower
Lori Benavidez Bill Bice ' Sieve Borrowdale K Doug Brane Clayton Brown
Cheryl Bennet! Scoll Bigelow Christie Bouffard Traci Brannon Kem Brown
Brandy Bemz Jon Blaine Scott Bowen David Briggs Laurie Brown
Panic Benz: Julie Boehnker Erica Bowman Ted Broach Sean Brown
Heather Berg Robert Boer: Susie Boyce Hollye Bronson Buffie Bmbach
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Michael Caffery Ricky Carley J Charles Cates Chris Clark Tamie Cline ,
Jason Cameron Brian Carr Bryan Cemak Fudd Clarke Todd Coberly
John Canaday K Kirsten Cartwright Tony Cessar Jason Clawson John Coen
Claude Canive Kevin Canaria Angel Chavez Indra Clawson Kimberly Cole
Carie Cannedy Paul Case Darrell Choddorow Carol Clevenger Beth Collins
' Jackie Carey K Slraronyfaslerk J ' DlnalClpullone J Christine Cline Donald Collins
Bob Carleton Kristin Calanach Margarex Cisneros Paula Cllne David Connerley
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Tracy Coolnsy ' Jennifer Crenner Robert Da-Silva Darcl Dedrlck Ted Dimas
Tracy Canksy Peter Crook Ken Davlsk Pamela Del Palacio y V Samantha D6Pfima
Janet Corlesi Leaf Crossman Kevin Davis ' Ann Denny Stacie Dobbs
Beth Coursey John Curl Susan Davis Sonja deVargzs Brian Doherty
Kami Cox Craig Culhberl Tammy Davis I Pal Diamond Elizabeth Doherty
Shelley Creager Wendy Dare
Chris Day ' Mark Dickson Donahon
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Erick Eklund Kacie Erickson ' K Jenny Farrell Scott Fincher ' Sean Flanagan I
Rick Elkins Jason Errett Marie Fuln Tammy Fink Tanya Florence
Eric Elmer , Paler Escue Heather Fenxtermaker Flint Fisher Richard Foam Ill
Cathy- Emmons n Greg Fackler , Melissa Fernandez, Karen Fisher Ashley Franklin
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David Frteburg Jennifer Garcia Terri Geyer lerry Graff Tracy Griffin
Debbie Friar Lisa Garcia , Michael Giacomo Troy Graff I Linda Grlndmlf
Jodi Furaus Teresa Garcia ' laura Gilpin' K Brenda Graham Jeff Groihauc
Reid Galey Beverly Gavaldon Tylzi Glover I Chris Graham laura Grualle
Felicia Gallegos Gordon Gebman K Alice Gluesing 1 Y f Michael Gray Matt Gulnn
Joe Gallegos Ryan Geiger Mark Goldblum Russ Gray Michelle Gulirlr
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Cindy Hankins Traci Hart Mary Hays Beih Herrington Kim Hodges
Lisa Hanson Mary Jo Harlsell 'Bernard l-lehl ,lennller Hlckox , Robert Hohlfelder
Brett Harger .lay Hasche Amy Henderson Angle Hill Alan Hollingsworth
Caroline Harland Michele Hash , Missl Hendemm K Louis Mille Katrina Holme:
Charles Harmon Wendy Hanan Ivacy Hendlrclss Celina I-lime Wendy Hoolsland
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Jeff Hughes Laura lmrnel Timothy .lancar Jeff Johnson Mike Jordan
hndi Hummel Julia lnsley Rhonda Jaramlllo' K Lance Johnson Chris Kakos
Mitch Huntsman Patricia Jackson Eric Jarvlea Robert Johnson Kristi Kalen
Ken Huppen Robert Jackson Teri Jeansome Colton Jones Kim Kamm
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Eric Knutson Jason Lambert Krista lent Ken Lockhart Angela Lovell '
Evan Koffer Victoria Landcllx Chip Leonard Doug Lohr Reylynoe Lucero
Alicia Kama, lainie Larsen .Tracy Leonard Sloan Lorne ' Victor Lucero
Eileen Koury Scott Latham John lines ' Kalin Lopez ' Diana Lulan
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Sheryl Lundberg Robert Mahar Lisa Marks Daniel Martinez Ton! McAtee
Scot! Maass Carelyn Mallnewski Julie Mana James Martinez K Bridget McBride
Kellie MacGilllvray Gaetana Mangano Jeff Marsh Jeff Martinez Melina McCall
Angelique Mack Roger Mangum John Martin Nancy Martinez Grant McCarson
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Geoff Madole Michelle Mares Leslie Martin Rick Marlinezf Scott M:Carty
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Michele Meisen Lora Migllzccio Lawrence Monroe Mark Morris George Nall
Dwayne Miller Blythe Moore Mark Morris Susan Nash
Tracie Mills Brian Moore Jeff Mon Anthony Navavelte
Todd Minnick Leiter MDM! Michael Morey Kathleen Nelson
Margo Mitchell Steve Moore Shawn Mulligan Ronnie Nelson
Stephanie Mitchell Valerie Mora Mike Mundlng Marla Nelzger
Steve Monnin Rvbrri Mvllfl Kiehelle Murrell ' Melissa Nielson
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Kurt Quick I Mike Richardson, Mike Rodrigues ",' Dan jtoyce 1 i A Sally Saeco
Joey Rascon David Rider David Roe Kiemen Rubin Jaumlne Safier
Scott Reardon Stephen Riley ' Michelle Roetling Kurt Krusell Todd Sala
Alec Reber Damian Roberts - Kenneth Romero - William Rutisell ' Melissa Sail
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The year of l984- I985 was a good one for the Junior Class.
he class of l986. They began the year typically by suffering a
mancial loss at the Homecoming Carnival, but a fun time was
ad by all. "Just how many bubble gum balls were in that jar?"
risty Cole, president of the Junior class, joked concerning
heir booth. Other events within the year's agenda included
ponsoring the showing of the infamous film version of Mac-
ethQ hosting a successful Graham dance, selling Valentine
arnation messages and peddling box after box of candy. Prom,
most important event on the Junior House's calendar, was
the planning stages months in advance. lt was successfully
at the State Fair Grounds for the first time in Eldorado's
The Junior year brought triumphs as well as struggles.
two years of not being able to spell it. the Juniors found a
victory in being able to finally say their cheer: 'J-J-Jun-l-
JUN-IOR, JUNlORS RULEI' All Juniors can consider their
almost complete after struggling through dreaded
exams and learning endless Ll.S. history dates. But.
out Eldorado! The members of the class of I986 are
"I want to go home. too."
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After lacking a principal for the first two months during the l984-85 school year, Eldorado ex'
claimed, "Habemus principaIuml" We have a new principall" Mr. Reid, who played the role of acting
principal. became the new. proud and busy principal of Eldorado High School!
He was a principal for five years at West Mesa and an assistant principal at Del Norte for more than
four years. He has also worked at Eldorado for five years. and it's where he wants to be.
He is very excited and proud about his new position of guiding and directing the education of some
three thousand young adults and won't take it lightly. With Mr. Reid as our new principal. there will
come some subtle changes. He expects the best from the students. and in turn, promises the best will be
attempted by the administration and faculty.
To fill the vacancy left by Mr. Reid as eleventh grade assistant principal, Eldorado welcomed Gloria
Vigil who was named the acting assistant principal for this school year.
From left to right: Deanne
Gilpin. Sharon Fisher.
Donna Allison, Nancy
Brookover. Peggy Roach
and Eula Emory. Seated:
Anita Broderick and Linda
From left to right:
Dean Crouse. lola
Rodriguez, David Muth.
David Salazar. Marge
Kadlec and secretary
Deanne Gilpin. Not
pictured: Beth Marinsek
Left picture from left to
right: Curtis Ballinger,
Richard Street, Dennis
Sanchez, David Wester-
field, David Mercer and
Jim Murdoch. Front row:
Ellen Harvey. Mary Ellen
Higgins and .lane Casey.
Bottom picture from left
to right, Lindi Dreibelbis,
Karl Menher, Jimmie
Roybal, Marie Levy and
Mari Holmquist. Front
row: Ernestine Arndt,
Elena Justiz, Luz Ruiz.
and Marianna Pacienza.
One of the most exciting and
worthwhile programs available to
students this year is the Teen-Age
Study Tours. This year the tour will
extend through England, France.
Switzerland, Italy and Greece, after w i an optional seven day cruise is available. The cruise extends
the tour through Egypt, Israel and Turkey.
High School or college credit is available for interested students for their twenty-four day fthirty-one
day with cruisej tour through Europe. In addition, students ready themselves for their European
experiences through nine weeks of evening classes which fully prepare them for the trip. These classes
teach the students the basic knowledge of European codes of dress and etiquette.
There are four teachers who are primarily involved with this tour. Mrs. Mary Ellen Higgins, Mr. Tom
Farrar. Mr. Richard Street and Mr. David Mercer are the devoted teachers who chaperone a group of
over one hundred students from all over the city and state. Although the tour provides a structured
schedule to follow, students will find plenty of free time in which to enioy themselves. Restaurants.
plays and concerts are very popular places to spend free time.
Benefits from this tour range from school credits, fun and learning to the less obvious gains of an
increased sense of responsibility, acceptance and toleration of other peoples and a real appreciation of
the United States. The tours also provide an excellent enviroment in which students can expand their
knowledge of foreign languages and the framework of other societies. ,
Eldorado s Health
Department rs a ded:
cated and caring
group of teachers
whose mam purpose IS .
to create a general
awareness of health li
They strive to teach
students to make the
correct health decr
sions when they are necessary
The health department also emphasizes safety and rs getting students Involved with the national
health and safety trends
Through such areas as mental health death and dying sulcrde diseases environment nutrition
physical fitness drugs sexuality and general safety students learn a lot about life and themselves CPR
an important skull necessary for reaction In emergencies as the mam unit taught rn health This gives the
student an opportunity to be more emergency conscious and to become a certified Irfesaver The health
department IS pleased to see that students are taking time to learn about themselves and are showing a
terrific Interest rn advanced first and
Kathryn Meloy and Pat
Left to Right: Gil Storey,
Loretta Huenefeld. Cin-
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Mundell. On the table:
Left to Right: Karen Po-
Ian, Kathleen Isaacs. Kay
Olglesby, Dolores Bor-
land. Paul Swanson,
Stephanie Halama, Jim
Thomas, Melody Groves.
Worth Narath. Robin
Butzier, Cecelie Bodman
and Caroll Allen. Seated
left to Right: Mitzi King.
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Franklin Promotes Excellence
Major Franklin has been with Eldorado High School for four years. He's married and has two
daughters. He enjoys teaching ROTC because he enjoys being with the kids. They are fun to be with. He
liked the trips they went on. He's interested in the military because he grew up in El Paso, near Fort Bliss
and was mostly around military people. He promotes the Military as a career choice. lt is a different
Profession. which provides the opportunity to see and do things that some people don't even know
about. For instance. he enjoys traveling to foreign countries. meeting new people, and learning to
adjust to new cultures. Mr. Franklin meant a lot and played a big part in the lives of the ROTC students
who are planning to lead exciting, adventurous lives in the future.
From left to right: Ron Lipka, David Aslin, Stuart Fessinger, Wayne Thelander and George
Mr. Lipka is Applauded
The dedication and hard work of Mr. Lipka, one of Eldorado's band directors. payed off. The
proof was receiving the Albuquerque Distinguished Teacher Award. i
His students were pleased that he was awarded the Distinguished Teacher title and they think
he's the best! He's married and has a daughter and a son. Mr. Lipka had been teaching at Eldorado
for fourteen years out of his twenty six years of directing New Mexico High School musicians.
"He expected a lot from his students, but he was willing to put the time in for them," said
Eldorado senior Jerome Gomez, president of the schooI's student body. He can play all band
instruments, but his speciality is the trumpet. He likes jazz and said he would someday like to lead
his own jazz band after he retires from teaching.
As director of the five Eldorado bands, he has inspired greatness. For example, the Golden
Eagle Marching Band was the best performer in the Pageant of the Bands, held in October.
He puts a lot of long hours in his career, and this is vitally important. It is not unusual for him to
put in a twenty-hour day. '
Eldorado applaudes Mr. Lipka on his well deserved award.
Left: Lauren l.eder:
Below. from lefi to righh Pete Fitzpa-
trick, Susan Carpenter and Tom Farrar.
Above. from left lo right: Philip Frolin, Max Forrest, Danny Moon, Richard
Haase, Wiley 'leel and Rob Mangold.
Hard ork Pays Gff
For the last few years, the Eldorado Math Department has sponsored extensive and necessary
fundraisers in hopes of acquiring enough money to update the computer room. This year their dream
finally came true. With the money from candy sales, paper drives, can collecting and other miscelan-
eous fundraising, the Math Department was able to purchase twelve new IBM PC computers for their
use in Computer Science classes. Previously, the department had a card feeder and a total of two
terminals. They, thus, had twice as many terminals than could be found in the rest of the APS high
The computers weren't exactly a dream come true. Now the Math Department has found itself
troubled by lack of space. The computer room, today. contains about fourteen terminals and lecture
seating for about thirty people. Unfortunately. the room provided lacks this space, and the students
found themselves bottled in. There were several solutions for this space problem. but none seemed
without compromise. Possibly. the most promising was waiting until the new high school opens in l986
Top Row from left to right: Glenden Casteel, Ed Bisetti. Sandra Matthews. Susan
Marquez, .lim Griscom. Susan Herrera and Doris Bowen. Middle Row: Mike
Sandry, Scout Veitch. Sandra Radigan, Sally Marquez. Neil McBeth and Susan
Letzkus. Front Row: Frances Kapka. Harriet Barner and John Masoncup. Fore-
ground: Roger Mikeal and Jim Kohr.'
and expanding into the
space created by a drop in
ln I 986. a computer
course will be part of the re-
quired curriculum. The
Math Department will be di-
vided, and a new Computer
Department will be created.
Then, computer courses will
no longer grant math credit
but will be a necessary and
This year, the Home Eco-
nomics Department also
purchased computers. They
bought a total of thirty Ap-
ple lles for use in a computer
literacy program. This pro-
gram is designed to teach
students the basics of BASIC
and other computer func-
tions and will begin in l986.
Richart Gruette Carol Koblinski
This Office Activates
The Activities Office might be called the hub of student life at Eldorado. Dr. Pat Renken, Activities
Director. and her secretary, Nancy Escue direct the activities from their office in the cafeteria. The daily
announcements and scholarship information are available in the office. Students also come to the
Activities Office for locker assignments and locker problems, for new students l.D.'s bus schedules and
also for lost and found items.
The student government is a very big part of the activities program. At Eldorado there is a student
president: the l984-85 school year president is Jerome Gomez, and his vice-president is Todd LeCesne.
Also there are two legisla-
tive groups. First, there is the
Student Senate. the major
. y voice of the student body,
and secondly. there is the
House of Representatives.
The House is made up of
elected students from each
homeroom. Also each grade
xf level has four elected stu-
dents who are that grade
level's class officers. There
are lots of things to be done
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throughout the year. and
Mrs. Renken and Mrs. Escue
don't have many quiet mo-
Above, from left to right: Pat Renkin and Nancy Escue.
Above. from left to right: Ju-
dith Meyners. R.N. and
Right, from left to right: Top
Row: Eddie Encines, Mark
Mitchener. Joe Guitierrez.
Brian Mitchener and Johnny
Akins. Bottom Row: San-
tiago Anaya, Charlie Val-
quez. Roland Garcia. Daniel
Benevidez and Louie San-
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D e P a m e n t Franklin Acree Kathleen Cox BeVe"g':'?:'Ze' Joanne Bond
Larry Jordan Wana Deverman Patty Fleming Elaine Greenspan Lucy Gutierrez Peggy Jaynes W
Alice Brice Jerrett Koenigsberg Meredith Kopald Sherry Mclntyre Nancy Moreno Barbara Osborne
Carol Piper Maiel Powell Lynne Rehder Oleta Saunders Elizabeth Sleeter Pamela Velgnen
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English Skills are Stressed
EIdorado's English department consists of twenty-four dedicated instructors. Teaching at every level of
ability. the department works toward knowledge of grammar. writing. reading. and speech skills.
Ninth grade English introduces the skills of reading and writing necessary for future study. Tenth grade
English teachers work as a team to introduce genre, which includes short stories. drama, novels. poetry.
and a great emphasis on writing. These areas are based upon and introduces by familiar Sophomore
Lectures. Eleventh grade English teaches
about American writers and the history of
American literature. American Human-
ities, the pasfteam-thought program, is a
special two hour class offered to eleventh
graders. This class deals with art, music.
literature and indepth history. The four
American Humanities teachers of this col-
lege-prep program help students prepare
for the American College Test and the
Scholastic Aptitude test. Using various
novels, test structure and ideas, the elev'
enth grade English is important in prepar-
ing college bound students. Twelfth grade
English is a continuation of perfecting
learning skills, escpecially for college-
bound students. Note taking. test taking
academic papers and reading all takes a
large part in educating the twelfth graders.
All in all, the teachers in the English
department feel that, through the various
English programs offered each student
leaves Eldorado with knowledge of all as-
pects of English.
Top Row: Margie Schwaner. Marci Krone
Bottom: Ruth Monteverdi. Karen Cooper
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Athletic Trainer: Don Mundell.
Athletics Director: Lanny Winters.
Physical Education: Top Row, left to rightz Don Flanagan,
Carol Knauber and Scott Evans. Bottom Row: Marge
Keeler. Duward Stell and Pam Evans.
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From Left to Right. Bottom Row: David Dixon, Pat Bodwell, Miriam Munck. Cindy Miller, Middle
Row: Cathy Everhart. Jane Kelson. Sarah Emmons, Lanny Winters. Mr. Skeleton falias Richard
Pokorskij, Ron Rhinehart, Back Row: Lenord Wiercovek, Ann Daniels, Bruce Miller fNo No! Miss
Millers husband.J. Demosthenes Melarelis. Richard Pokorski.
They re Here
This year at Eldorado you saw some BRIGHT
and CHEERY new faces. That is because Eldor-
ado has seventeen new teachers. The teachers
include Virginia Wall of the English Department.
and two teachers in the Foreign Language De-
partment, Luz RuisFabrega and Marie Levy. Ms.
Levy was once a student at Eldorado. Others
include, from the Health Department, Loretta
Hunefeld and Cindy Chavez who is also a teach-
er of Physical Education here at Eldorado. Fran-
ces Kapka. Susan Letzkus and Sally Marquez,
who is a girls basketball for Eldorado, are all
from the Math Department. New teachers in the
Science Department are Elizabeth Daniels, De-
mosthenes Metarelis, Cynthia Miller and Lenord
Wieczorek. .lane Kelson and Jane Casey are new
in the Social Studies Department. Finally, the
new Special Education teachers are Cecelie Bod-
man, JoAnn Bond and Carol Allen. Of the teach-
ers who spoke with us, they said that they liked
Eldorado. Sally Marquez said, "I really enjoy
teaching and coaching at Eldorado. The faculty
and students are a 'joy' to work with. l wouldn't
want to be working at any
other school in the APS sys-
tem." Marie Levy said, "l
have a very warm feeling
working at the school where
I was once a student." Excel-
lent new teachers are avail-
able in all of EIdorado's De-
partments, and Eldorado
should be grateful for hav-
ing such Excellence as these
From Left to Right: Ms. Florela Salas, Mrs. Molly Romero. Mrs. Lorraine Benavidez, Mrs. Mary Ray Pompa
Hall, Mrs. Mary Lou Schwab, Department Chairmwoman and Mrs. Lee Ann Johns. Seated: Ms,
Anna Marie Farina.
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The l984-85 school year was in full swing once again. The most noticeable change was
th of things. The Homecoming dresses were calf length, the pants were calf length
r was short. The bright flourescent colors of Cyhdiflauper and Madonna's lace half
gloves tintillated our senses. Motley Crlie started guys wearing eye liner, and parachute
pants came into being. Guess set the new leans trend. but 50Is will never fade out.
Another major change this year was dances. They were held in the gym as sock hops. The
opinions of the change varied, but most people agreed with Dorothy Buell in saying.
They re cooI.' Along with the new things came the revival of the traditional things. There
were the student elections and clubs and organizations setting new goals and objectives.
The return of sports once again made Eldorado complete. The students were spirit oriented
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beat the morning bathroom rush, Don Mickey put on the final touches of his Halloween
if wearing lipstick, pantyhose and a miniskirt didn't win him the homeroom competition
found it a way to have fun and express themselves in ways unsurpassable during the
Thisiself-expression is a form of the spirit which unites the student body.
fail at t,yee.n' i ' V
'fvou know, I just can't stress this enough. Go out and get involved in sports or other activities. You'll really
and meet other people," said Math teacher Neil McBeth in an August lecture to his 2nd period calculus
iiiii Tiff T f .Uther fteaichers gave similar lectures earlier this year. and by October, their affects had filtered into the student
Q ' 'i gf' Clubs were plump with membership, and the fall sports had shifted into full swing. Week after week boxes of
K5-in-lg i y catalogs flooded the classrooms as the active students strove for an important goal of many
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el A1 eltpectations. Whether it was "jamming" on a test or racking up another score, seniors and
There weresso many plans to make and so much work to do with so little time in which to do it.
From staying around campus after school hours to missing a class or two, students lived
rise above. Goals were set, and the year was laid out to achieve them. The great achievements of
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Tannouncement speakers"J. The day's, or week's
a war Qgamey tonight against Manzania. We've always
"two minutes spirit." Go to the war
Manzania. What's that? An assembly during
really began. This job. of course. was to fill out
words, information and! or senseless doo-
a "Dear Beth." You assembled them into notebooks which
them "Physicist.!,f- "English Notes," and
our technology hadn t advanced to speakwntes so
could put Holes Qwaste basketsj.
writing had to
the hard way.
the day. and you went to your
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Romance. Love. Did I spark some interest there? Love, the universal system of turmoil and chaos. If you understood it then you
ere one up on the rest of us. Let's face it, everyone got curious and read "Dear Abby" just in case there was some advice on love.
nd what about all those magazines you bought? Did you buy them for the recipes? Magazine articles were always telling you to
ake eye contact. Impossible!! The other person never looked up at the right moment to see your intense passionate stare, but
our friends did. After that, you never heard the end of it. So much for eye contactl
Everyone had their own style or approach to love and romance. Cool, obsessive, secretive or shy, just to name a few. There were
ust a few universal rules though. When you were near the object of your affection, you probably avoided hazards such as stairs
nd revolving doors. Chances were that you would have either tripped or gotton "knocked" in the face. lf you took your camera to
chool to sneak a picture ofthat person you were secretly admiring and he caught you taking the picture, you didn't tell him it was
he last picture and you had to waste it on something. Did you? Well, it might just have given him the wrong idea. If you followed
hose rules, then you probably saved yourself a lot of trouble.
When we thought of love it brought a lot of things to mind. What would love have been yyitltoutdaydreaming?,Howsnlagytintves
you sitting in class "thinking" when the teacher called on you? ' . ' , A ' jlff' '
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conventlently placed in bathroom stalls lt must have been a pretty safe place to write things After all the people who
of dates. Remember all of the worrying you went through? How about the time you asked yoltrlittle brother how you
and he told you that you looked like a gremlin in a blender. Voila', instant anxiety attack. 'V
The day in February that caused the most commotion was Valentine's Day. A lot of lovelettersiand assorted anonymous ecards
stuffed up through locker vents. It made for a lot of serious fun that we'll never forget! Someday we'll look back and say. "l re-
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for Spring Break, a "nine
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Chorus: lt's an dventure
"The day starts out when we have fights over chairs," said one student, Jim Williams.
Chairs? Did he mean who was better than whom in voice quality? No! He referred to the obsession people had in the beginning
of class: Who gets to sit in the chairs?
lf a knock-down-drag-out fight hadn't started by then, the students again tempted fate as they organized themselves for
"warm-ups." This was when they got into
smaller groups to work on songs or parts of
songs. "Warm-up" had a reputation of be-
ing extremely rowdy.
! Finally, towards the end of class. the stu-
5 dents wereassembled for group songs.
They practiced not only the range and
quality of their voices, but formations and
movements which, when taken together,
presented outstanding performances.
'This year the ...M E Idorado choruses held
many performances. On February I5 they
sang with the UNM Symphony Chorus.
They produced. a musical in April, and in
March the Swing' Choir went to the State
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49'ers won the Super Bowl 0 cherry kool-aid - "He-Man" ' Paradise
Wendy's - football ' baseball ' basketball - Nikes ' pizza ' candy
McDonalds ' ROTC ' flag corps 0 I984 George Orwell - prom
Senioritas ' crushed pumpkins 0 Arby's ' TP in the courtyard
Gremlins ' "Hall 8 Oats-H2O" ' Tree Planting ' watering your trees -
M.A.D.D. - Pennys Day Apple II ' Dr. Who - Monty Python - "Dune"
"IO I 0" - Arms Talks - Plays f College - friends ' Taco Bell ' Van Halen '
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- Burger King 0 Mustangs' Tom Select- Bo Derek 0 Four
songs 0 unicorns - rainbows - bubble gum - "Purple Rain" ' Prince
Chicago - crop length pants ' florescent colors 1 Cindy Lauper ' green
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Corvette ' Lake Ontario - robots - Garfield rings
chicken pox s fur coats ' the flu sock
pin-ups ' posters ' pictures ' snow
new wave ' Wrangler s Tom
Christie Brinkley 0 Elton John - Billy
Q- l06 - Sunny 93 - girlfriends s traveling ' Band Aid they
know its Christmas?" v nugget wars ' senior hot stuffed potatoes '
showers - french fries - nutra sweet ' Calviljltline ' Camaro ' Trans-Am
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days - stampers - stati y penst0siwist'?afl5eadvi'iittlianssuihomasicovenant
' il'3iI1S ' planes ' Angeles 0 track - Snoopy.n.Mickey Mouse -
Electric Dreams - Refl .. ,v.s fgdglvsbeavelrs ' Pr5eflSaT2:WgP'ewo'k
- suntains ' MTV - Mr. Bill - "Saturday Night Live"
' cops ' hospitals f broken bones 0 fights 0 "Days of Our Lives" ' Santa Barbara" '
Dynasty" ' "Dallas" f "All My Children" ' "General Hospital" - "Ryan's Hope" '
Hot Wheels 0 4x4s v Big Foot ' roller skates ' ice skates ' "Search for Tomorrow" '
"Another World" 0 "Young and the Restless" - "Falcon Crest" - Christmas Day '
New Years Day 0 Valentines Day - Mistakes ' Halloween ' Red Baron ' Thanksgiving
' hearts 0 bumper stickers - plums ' oranges - apples - milk shakes - peanut butter -
hubcaps ' Cupid - Greece v Paris ' Rome ' London ' Ireland - Scotland ' Hawaii '
Germany - Mexico I Persia - Sweden ' China ' Russia 0 Heath ' bars ' Snickers - Mars
Bars - Almond Joy ' Mounds ' Kit Kats ' Hershey with almonds ' Whatchamacallit -
peanuts ' York Peppermint Patties - Reeces Cups ' 3 Musketeers - Babe Ruth '
Swizlers - Milky Way ' Pay Day 0 Fig Newtons ' Life Savers ' Summits s jelly beans '
Certs ' Dentyne ' Russell Stover Candy ' Iockets ' candles ' book markers - rings 0
watches v potato chips f whistles - tooth paste ' hair spray 0 pencils ' pens ' red pens -
black pens 0 lighters 0 razors ' cards 0 envelopes s report cards 0 Coke 0 Pepsi v Dr.
Pepper ' Sprite ' Tab ' meetings ' phone numbers - birds ' bees ' straws - Allsups '
Tramway ' salad bars ' croutons ' hunting ' fishing ' hiking s innertubing - cruising '
horse back riding ' honey ' Mexican Food ' pickles ' bubble baths - bubbles 0 blow
driers ' curling irons f wallets ' hair colorings ' perms ' crayons ' batteries '
backpacks - smelly sweat socks ' sneakers ' pine cones - head bands - quotes 0
swimming pools ' toyland ' chipmunks ' "Knight Rider" ' sleeping bags '
Hardy ' Dr, Seuss ' Stan Laurel ' Edgar Bergen ' Howdy Doody ' Bozo the
"Cat in the Hat" ' Lorax ' Grinch 'telescope ' walkie talkie ' scrabble '
electronic trains '
' owls ' rubic cube '
' "Thats Entertainment" '
UNO ' Donkey Kong Jr. '
' globes ' electronic pencil sharpeners
motorcycles ' Blackstar ' United
Quiz Trivia Adventure TV Guide TV
's Believe lt or Not" ' People ' Rock Trivia
Mardi Gras '
Passover ' Easter ' Arbor
Armed Forces Day '
Day ' Victoria Day ' Memorial Day ' Statehood Day ' Jefferson Davis'
Kamehameha I Day ' Robert M. laFollette Day ' Flag Day ' Father's
' Bunker Hill Day ' Juneteenth ' West Virginia Day ' Dominion Day ' Indepen-
Day ' Pioneer Day ' American Family Day ' Colorado Day ' Victory Day '
Battle Day - Lyndon B. Johnson's birthday ' Labor Day' Admission Day
Day ' "Twilight Zone" ' American Indian Day ' Frances Willard Day '
Day ' Pioneers Day ' Alaska Day ' United Nations Day ' Nevada Day '
Day ' Veterans Day ' Sadie Hawkins Day ' Wyoming Day ' Bill of Rights
Wright Brothers Day ' Forefathers Day ' Pepperidge Farm ' english muffins '
cheese ' Rocky Mountains ' Great Lakes ' New England ' Piedmont' Deep
Great Plains 'INXS ' g.p.a. ' who? ' taff ' rock candy ' buses ' Thompson Twins
when? ' -why? ' how? ' Betty Boop ' spazzing out ' quarters ' memories '
desk grafitti ' smiley faces ' Grandparents Day ' over-worked ' forms '
life cycles ' tornados ' blob ' milkshakes ' playing cards ' post office '
.3 ' papefclips ' liolepunchers ' copy machines ' leather 'l egg nog ' paper
' salad dressing ' parachute ' pay phone 'triplicate ' baseball glove ' doubt
night' Tuesday night' Wednesday night' Thursday night' Friday night '
night ' zippers ' snaps ' "Party Hardy" ' "l Want a New Drug" ' lace '
gn' "The dog ate itll" ' flats 'tidal waves ' "Jaws" '
second story ' compact' laser disk ' decaffeinated
life guard ' helicopter ' plane crashes ' odor eaters ' hang-man ' hair clips '
vcalculator wat '45's"'l Can't Drive 55l!"-
tl' Jesse Jackson y Fae ' neighborhood watch
VI-TVI-APS coaliation ' salellite television - pink '
marketplace ' Donald Duck's 50th birthday ' Shirley Taylor Equipment
'A-Team" 'jean jackets ' Germer's commercials ' high tops ' Dmitri Ustinov
instant breakfast ' "No Sex Please We're British" ' Armand Hammer Art
lection ' "parts is parts" ' hip belts ' l040 EZ ' nail polish pen ' hair mousse '
ine ' prayer in schools - Chernenko ' Bill the Cat' Fiero ' Vanessa Williams '
Lennon ' Detroit Tigers ' "Yes, we canl" ' "The Beauty Part" ' "Comedy of
Indira Gandhi ' Carl Rogers ' national deficit ' subway vigi resurl
of patriotism ' "Knot's Landing" ' Donald Regan ' Ethoiopia ' romance '
lyrics ' humor ' keys ' time zones ' eastern standard time ' mountain
time ' central standard time ' pacific standard time' platinum ' mind over
' psychics ' dimples ' kleenex ' leg wanners ' volcanoes - bird cages '
ruffles ' Tootsie Rolls ' sleeping bags ' bonfires 'lakes " rivers ' rafting '
' Golden Gate Bridge ' Empire State Building ' tag ' hot ' cold ' celebrate '
yucca bush ' sage tree ' tumble weeds" globe ' fire hydrant '
April' May 'June'JuIy' August' September ' October
December ' biology ' chemistry ' physics ' geology ' English - pre-
' algebra-Il ' trig ' math analysis ' geometry ' Orion - Spanish '
ccounting ' crisis 'island ' vertical file - diamond '
rest rooms ' u.f.o. ' Minnie Mouse ' Goofy ' Pluto ' Prince Charming -
Nessy ' kilts ' stilts ' pogostick ' marionettes ' goal posts ' bases ' archery '
'infomation ' please? - ping pong ' Cheers ' Night Court '
Duck' toy soldiersfb pinky rings - rulers ' theaters ' plays ' hu
iusn cience ' gym ' PAC' Administration ' hot and iuicy
ans ' flute ' harmonicas ' zebras ' Big Mac ' Fillet O'Fish ' Quarter Pounder -
s ' fishes ' yogurt ' cotton candy ' hot dogs ' scarves 'tie tac ' tuxes ' Europa -
her' Ursa Major ' weekends ' evenings ' muppets ' "l'm Free" ' rubber plants '
and gowns ' missiles ' Ursa Minor ' Voyager ' Stephen King ' George Lucas '
ywood ' Walk of me ' Triggers ' RinTinTin ' signs ' walk ' run ' belts ' klingon '
n games ' tube socks ' dinosaurs ' race cars ' problems ' Iurkey ' doctors ' Lobos
M ' N,M. State ' Broadway ' Goldwaters ' "Taxi" ' Carlsbad ' Las Cruces '
ales ' Las Vegas ' Raton ' Santa Fe ' Hobbs ' 4 Corners ' Bernalillo County '
Day ' Thomas Jefferson's birthday '
Fast Day ' May Day ' Harry S. Truman's
popsicles ' Bosque Farms ' Clines Corners ' Corrales ' Edgewood ' Estancia '
Foothillls ' Cadillac ' lsleta ' Pueblo ' Los Chavez ' Los Lunas ' Los Ranchos '
Mclntosh ' Meadow Lake ' Moriarty ' Mountain air ' Pena Blanca ' Placitas ' Rio
Rancho ' Sandoval County ' Tijeras ' Tome-Adelino ' Valencia-El Cerro ' operators '
long distance ' Cibola H.S. ' Del Norte H.S. ' Eldorado H.S. ' Freedom H.S. '
!HighIand H.S. ' Manzano H.S. ' Rio Grande H.S. ' Sandia H.S. ' Valley H.S. ' West
Mesa H.S. ' U of A ' yellow pages ' PSA ' Southwest ' American ' United ' Western '
Delta ' Eastern ' Contential ' Frontier ' Republic ' Greyhound Bus ' Trailways Bus '
Japanese Kitchen ' The Cooperage ' Roxy ' Seagull Street' La Posada ' Territorial
House ' Prime House ' Sirloin Shockade ' Cornucopia ' Valentinos ' K-Bobs ' The
Regents ' The Shanty ' La Hacienda ' Stufy's!b Goody's Panchos - Ogelvies '
Pelicans ' Papa Totis ' Pizza Hu ' Pistol Pete's ' Round Table Pizza ' Schlotzsky '
Swensens ' business offices ' papermate pens ' birthdays - Bic Pens ' grandparents '
nurses ' White Pages ' Red Lobster ' attendance ' Liquid Assets ' High Finance ' life '
first aide ' CPR ' frizzys 'test tube babies 'twins ' Big Mac ' The Enquirer ' "V" ' "V-
the Final Battle" - "Miami Vice" ' Mr. Rogers ' "Friday I3th" - "Friday I3th-2" '
"Friday I 3th-3" ' kinky ' b.o. ' "Saturday the l4th" ' b.b. ' body language '
embarrasing moments ' cowboy hats ' baseball ' hate ' postcards ' 206 ' stamps '
meters ' liters ' quarts ' gallons ' ounces ' pounds ' grams ' newtons ' coupons '
lotion ' Aunt Jemima ' bisquick ' blueberry muffins' laws' french toast' pancakes '
rolls ' National Geographic ' Herff Jones ' KSAF-2" KOB-4 - KNME-5 - CBS - Cable
Network' WTBS-I 7-Atlanta ' Religion- I 9 ' USA 'CNN Headline News ' Community
Cable Channel' Lifetime 'Nickelodeon ' AEE ' EducationaI!UNM City Government
' Video Hits ' One ' Men at Work ' Madame Tussaud's ' Red Skelton ' "Amityville" '
boarding School 'g"Porky's" ' "ChiIdren of the Corn" ' "Pet Semetary" ' Christine '
Historyiofthe World ' History of the Worlds! ' Lady in Red ' "Oh, Godl" ' "Oh. God
ll" ' "The Outsiders" ' "Pirates of Penzance" ' "Psycho" ' Howard Cosell ' Sylvester
Stallon ' '?The Sting' ' Burtykeynolds ' Dirty Harry ' Twillght Time ' Woody Allen '
Night Ranger ' "Basement Tapes" ' Sammy Hagar ' Triumphy ' John Waite - Rod
Stewart ' Air Supply ' Styx ' Journey ' Steve Perry ' "Carrie" ' "Cuio" ' "The
Shining" ' "Samlem's Lot" ' Chevy Chase ' "National Lampoon's Animal House" '
"Today","'Good Morning America" ' Colgate ' "Meet thePress" ' Marlo Thomas -
Notre Dame ' "YentI" ' "Blame It on Rio" ' "Pink Panther" ' "Shin Tales" '
"Superfriends" ' "Get Along Gang" ' "Woody Woodpecker" ' "Abbot and Cos-
teIlo" ' "Muppet Babies" ' waves ' Turbo ' Teen ' Alpine Skiing ' Three Stooges '
Charlie Chaplin ' "Bugs Bunny" ' "Road Runner'f' ' "Fantastic Voyage" ' "Alvin
and the Chipmunks" ' "Scooby-doo" ' "Hardy Boys-Nancy Drew"" Richard Pryor'
Lone Ranger and Tonto ' "Speed Buggy" ' westerns ' The Duke ' Batman ' Brooke
Shields ' Timothy Hutton ' "American Bondstand" ' "Brady punch" ' "Video
Jutebox" ' SCTX" ' The Love Boat" ' Robert Kennedy ' Ben Murphy ' pocker '
rummy ' bingo ' alphabet a-z ' bells ' south ' west' north ' ealticircles ' backward '
fonuard ' squares ' triangles ' rhombuses ' parabolas 'jjextefgtiiltator ' promise
grades ' sun spots ' brai waves ' insane ' insomnia ",dot?i.'hoods ' helmets '
cramming ' chains ' crackers ' announcements ' SSR ' SSW'i"blistering winds 'Jon '
Bently ' snapshots ' siamese cat' party 'invitations ' cheese cake ' Wierd AI "Eat
It!" ' Tylenol' pennies ' Etonic's ' contracts ' Milk Duds ' Members Only ' Foghorn
Leghorn ' Chicken Hawk ' Tazmanian Devil ' Playboy ' Playgirls ' St. Louis ' Honor
Roll ' Merit Roll ' president ' vice-president ' secretary ' treasurer ' panda bears '
Captain Crunch ' light switches ' Janice ' Zoot ' Dr. Teeth ' Miss Piggy ' Kermit '
Ralph ' Steven Wright' Pee'Wee Herman ' Steve Martin ' Lilly Tomlin ' Jean-Michel
Jane - Mike Oldfield ' Alan Parsons Project ' Jamming ' aceing ' gradebooks Kite '
constitution ' gas oil '-word. association ' Freudian Slipsfdoughnitt holes ' Neon -
Woodstock 'freebees ' goldfish ' Graham Crackers ' sy' keyboard ' tacky
glue ' straight ' curves ' intersections ' aluminum cans' alcullls - past tense '
forrnulas"'Otis ' gravity ' The Flasher ' banners ' cop-otrt'Drip ' Ftinky ' ice cubes '
tripendicitlar' "The disoriented express" ' words ' corsage ' boutineer ' revolving
doors" stairs ' sea horse 'sea shells - "Weekend in New,England'f Q "Wake me up
before you go-gol" ' butterflies ' digital watches ' l'lIl'lif,PLglh 'flvodka ' scotch '
Declaration of Independence ' Chaucer - Renaissance ' hair pick ' workshops '
Sweet'TartsQ'Schmcedle Gagmbiffirst classscoresg "Hellof" underlining - stencils
- colored 'pencils "home games ' points' percents ' wrong ' right - ties - Lucy -
Charlie Brown 'Linus ' Peppermint Patty" mail". blankets - winter sun - Indian
summers ' heaters ' cup-a-woup ' meter sticks ' conversations ' beep-beep ' sounds
' boats ' drama ' Senate ' passion ' House of Reps 'laughing ' horndogs ' PSAT ' SAT
' ACT ' ASVAB ' typingpbupaper ' hair ' stroms ' explosions ' chess ' checkers '
quarters ' nickles ' dimes ' wire ' dollars 'five dollar bills 'ten dollar bills 'twenty
dollar bills - one hundred dollar bills ' one thousand dollar bills ' five thousand
dolar bills ' S5 mile per hour speed limit' school zones ' purses ' Twink ' junk '
clouds ' dripping water ' baskets ' "l can't hold back"-Survivor ' turtles ' Bambi'
Thumper ' Human Beans 'Faith ' Hope ' Charity ' "I can now be called a blond in
the truest sense of the word." ' filmstrips ' seaweed ' library fines ' Panama '
expository ' bumps ' art ' careers ' journalism ' Maynard ' T-shirts ' Alan Alda ' Sally
' Groucho Marx ' The McKenzies 'I say "Hey Man" ' juggling ' Thespians ' scripts '
short stories ' novels ' lectures ' Iolly pops ' Intelevision ' Dragon's Lair ' Show Biz '
Walgreens ' Duffs ' margaritas ' Speech Team ' cows ' elbows ' Brrrrr ' drafts ' lo '
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Eldorado hosted chapters of many non-profit vocational organizations. These clubs were co-curricular. they required a past or
concurrent enrollment in a class to be a member. All encouraged personal growth and leadership through training in a practical vo-
cation. ln addition, they sought community involvement to provide actual jobs for their members.
Future Homemakers of America!Home Economics Related Occupations centered on opportunities in domestic arts. This year's
chapter boasted two state officers, Laura Wadell and Dawn Johnson. The two contributed new ideas for the group that they learned
at a national meeting in Chicago held last summer. They prepared for the annual leadership camp in Glorieta.
The Office Education Association inspired interest in the American business system and competency in office occupations. All
members were required to have taken an office education course. They competed in a regional competition of written exams and in-
terviews in February. The first, second, and third place winners entered the State Competition. By living their roles as leaders.
members developed a sense of responsibility.
Distributive Education Club of America attracted young people to careers in marketing, merchandising and management: its
members sold posters. food and other paraphernalia as a primary exercise of their purpose. They also sold to provide funds to send
members to district competition in January, state in March and nationals in May.
Members of the Vocational Industrial Club of America enrolled in Industrial Cooperative Training class for two periods. They then
gained credit working in actual jobs as dental assistants, printers. carpenters and auto mechanics. In addition, they sold gift checks
and candy to provide transportation to skill competitions.
they competed in a competition in Texas. This year the group won best overall armed, first place regulation and second exhibition. I
October, they ran in the Turkey Trot, taking first. They also hiked in a winter survival program at Angel Fire, and they also acted a
the local level. They had basketball and softball teams to play against other corps. In addition. they acted as road guards during Al-
buquerque marathons. The impact of ROTC was felt most strongly at Eldorado. They presented the colors at assemblies and hom
games. Its drill teams also performed. The ROTC represented respect and patriotism to Eldorado.
The Reserve Officer Training Corp participated in activities which brought recognition to themselves and Eldorado. In November.
Thus, Eldorado students enjoyed a wide variety of vocational programs.
Flight into Future Careers
The members of V.l.C.A. were:
Ron Barychko, Ed Bogie, Saville
Bray. Steve Engel. Mr. Phil Fro-
lin. Kenny Gutierrez. Ronald
Harger. David Matts, Jenny
Richards, Lara Ryzman, Kathy
Watson. Wendi Whitmore,
Dana Wilson and Melinna
The members of the Office Education Association were: Below: Julie
Aicher. Andrea Allen, Amy Allpass, Cathy Armiio, Pam Bajuk, Cindy Beller,
Joellen Beller, Beth Byers. Jennifer Cambell, Jennifer Clark Nice pres.J.
Dina DiGrazia. Julie DiTucci. Michelle Eaton. Patty Engle, Bob Erickson.
Stacy Evans Qkeporterj, Robin Finch, Robert Garcia, Michelle Gerzon, Kristy
Greenstreet, Lynn Guernsey. Edie Hamilton, Jack Henderson, Michele Hise,
Lorri Howe QPres.J, Julie Kim, Debbie Leach, Dan Lowther. Kristie Martin,
Julie Maull, Arlene Michalscheck, Beth Moreno, Cassandra Morrison,
Kristy Moyer, Jana Mueller, Carla Oney, Kristine Ortiz fSecretaryj. Tammy
Padrich. Andrea Pistone, Diane Probst, Veronica Reiking Ureasurerj, Fay
Ridesatthedoor. Scott Smith, Mary Shafto, Christy Sottoway, Kelly Spring.
Roseann Tabor, Stephanie Talpas, Daphne Varoz, Denise Viscardi. Kelia
White and, Susan Wilhelm.
The Future Homemakers of America were:
Suzie Boyce. Kelly Downs CHistorianJ,
Cathy Hain Nice pres.j. Ms. Loretta Huen-
efeld, Leslie Joggins, Dawn Johnson QState
officerj. Susan Knaack QPres.J, Hope Mc-
Donald CSec.J. Lara Wadell CState officerj,
Ms. Pat Sutton, Leona Tartaglia fTres.J.
The members of DECA were, Front Row: Jaris
Cawthon. Christy Sottoway, Lynn Couernsey,
Minh Hoa Nguyen, Louis Allen. Rick Anderson,
Kermit Pearman, Robert Coronado, Vince Rubio.
Joe Kassa and Mark Sanchez.
Middle Row: Scott Dodson, Ricky Ridens. Jeff
Woodward, Denene Colton, Daphne Dobecki,
Carmen Sweeney, Beth Minana. Jennifer Powers.
Jennifer Pike, Lisa Holman. Marilee Alvarez,
L Joann Intogna, Dino Lodato, Deanna Webb, Cri-
sahn Hanson, Mrs. Johns, Micky Cordova. and
Back Rows John Hobkirk, Darrell Arguad, Sam
Watkins, Roy Arnett, Earl Moore. Greg Stout.
George Johnson, Christy Moyer. Christy Elbario.
Kelly Tobin. Susan Arnold, Lisa Perez and Jennifer
The people involved in Eldorado's MCJROTC this year
were: Privates: Jeff Anastasio. Mike Arredondo, Joe Bar-
boa, Dan Dewent. Stacy Blakemore. Phil Bryant, Ben Con-
treras. Tony Diaz. Jim Farmer, Naydeeyah Gobin, Mike
Gray, Stacy Hadsall. Shawn Hamilton, Mike Henke. Bryan
Herzstein, Zack Hollar. Tanya Howvath. Sherry Jackson.
Shelbi Jones. Scott Kinnard. Rick Knutson, Jeff Lepori,
Craig Linn, Shawn Lockwood. Angel Mack, Merrie Mack.
Bob Majka, Craig Moore. Pat Moore. Steve Moore, Dan
Pionkoski, Bob Raia. Todd Riley. Paul Rosen. Jeff Ryder,
Dave Ullom. Nick Voorhis, Heather Webber. Dean Whi-
senhunt. Bob Wiibrandus, Chris Wilder. Jason Young
and Steve Young. Corporals: Eric Adams, Bob Carleton.
Kelly Fisher, Michelle Knight, Eric McGovern, Rob
Moran, Mike Munding, Mike Rodri-
gues and Greg Wright. Privates First
Class: Angela Lovell and Bert Wescott.
Staff Sergeantst Darryl Green, Jon Ko-
vacs. Pete Lucero, Eric McCarson, Dave
Platt and Dave Savage. First Lieutenant: x
Tom Dixon. Cadet First Sergeant: Chris-
tine Crawford. Sergeants: Ashley
Franklin, Joe Gallegos, Bev Gavaldon.
Kristi Kalen, Dan Martinez, Grant
McCarson, Dwayne Miller, Lisa UI-
shoffer, Dawn Wise and John Young.
Captain: Curt Wise-Cadet Command-
er. Gunnery Sargeantst Conrad Abt,
John Parker, Matt Rodrigues, Andrea
Standing and Jeff Wise. Second Lieu-
tenants: Platoon Leaders-Donnie Mad-
dox. Liz Magee and Kevin Rider, is
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The Members ofthe Eldorado Eagle Spirit Newspaper were: Jennifer Baker. Kris Cook, Molly Cooney,
Brian Jones, Mike Kaplan. Kate Kuligowski. Lisa O'Brien, Lynn Quilan. Denise Rhea, Michelle Rose,
Barbara Sanchez, Kory Simmons, John Skelton. Greg Williams, Amy Wright and Advisor Jerrett
As communications became increasingly impor-
tant in this fast-paced world, Eldorado students
kept one step ahead. Whether written or oral, Eagle
views could not be stifled.
Producing Eldorado's newspaper, the Eagle Spir-
it, was a yearround job. Brian Jones, editor, along
with other members of the staff, worked in seasonal
heat to produce the summer issue. Mr. Koenigs-
burg. the sponsor, claimed the best Eagle consis-
tently. "More news topics are being covered."
Amidst the bustle and pressure of publishing a
newspaper, often an Eagle journalist exclaimed,
"The deadline was yesterday, turkeyl" Yet, the Ea-
gle Spirit was catching.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Eldorado
Speech Team sent delegates to the national speech
tournament. As first in the city, this talkative group
competed in over sixteen tournaments across the
state. During the year the team held carwashes,
auctions and sold candy to pay for the tournaments.
Mrs. Jaynes, the coach, felt lucky to work with such
vivacious students. As a result, Eldorado students
remained well informed and well represented.
The Members oftlle Speech Team were:
Sean Bajuk, Dennis Banning. Clark
Braslin. Mike Browen, Mike Caffery.
Claud Canive. Sumico Conley, Andrea
Dalia, Wendy Dare. Nancy Davis. Peter
Dowling. Mark Dunkerson. Peter Es-
cue, Dan Fedre, Lynn Filusch, Lisa Gar-
cia, Brad Gutiennez, Brad Griffith,
Wendy Hassen, Bill Hay. Mario Her-
rera. Paul Jones. Kristin Kellgone, Dave
Kennedy, Kate Kuligouski. Joe Lopez,
Cheryl Matherly. Kam Melzer, Cathy
Menza. Pam McMillian, Susan Nash,
Wendy Pabick. John Pacuilli. Angel
Poitras, Jill Reay, Allan Shampine.
Lauriann Sikora. Tory Sullivan. Mike
Turk. Bridget Tyson and Coach Peggy
As an alternative to TV watching and homework, Eldorado sponsored recreational
Students could learn to ride in the Cycling Club. Shelly Schmidt, president, ex-
claimed, "People of all skill levels go on trips to have fun." In addition, members
maintained their own bikes. Because of the energy crisis a few years ago, they actively
promoted bicycling as an alternative to other transportation.
The Martial Arts Team enjoyed it's activity not only as a means of defense but also
as a pleasurable sport. During the l984-I985 school year the Martial Arts Team
performed with "The Black Knights," the Army's Martial Arts Team. Its members also
competed in Karate, Judo and Kung-Fu.
This year showed the greatest membership for the Ski Club. which provided the
financial and transportational opportunity to ski distant slopes. They planned to travel
to Purgatory. Taos and Telluride. "Ski Club gives me a chance to ski and go places I
normally wouldn't," exclaimed Karina Van Veen.
Consequently. Eldorado students had varied yet organized recreational activities.
Eag es En joyed L I ure
The Cycling Club consisted ot? Bryan Andreas.
Cheryl Bennett, Jeff Brookover. Robbie Buckly. M..
Kevin Cambell. Tom Carlow, Steve Cook, Heather
Field, Tirzah Gonzalez, Tom Hirschman. Norman
Kalat, Todd Klein. Brian Lechner, Sean Lloyd, Tom
Lopez. Kelly McCloskey. Dwayne Miller. Carlos
Monyoya, David Morris, Shawn Mulligan, Dallas
Orndorff, Mike Passman, Robert Raia. Debbie Ris- V, X
berg. Tracy Risberg, James Rogers. Shelly 1
Schmidtqpresidentj. Rob Shayer, Briget Tyson. '
Kersti Tyson. Craig Vancil. Bruse Welton and Matt g
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The Martial Arts Team consisted oh Brian Carr, Sumiko
Corley, Eleana Farmer. Felicia Gallegos, Kathy Grigsby.
lola Harding, Kristi Kalen. David Kennedy Qlnstructorj.
Joe Lopez. Steven Lopez. Melissa Osterland, Jim Perry.
David Platt. Kevin Rider, Mike Rodriquez. Reanna Sader.
David Stabley Qlnstructorj and Colin Williams.
The Backpacking Club consisted ot? Bob Dennis, Moni-
que Fine, Michael Harcourt. Rod Shampine and Chris
The Ski Club consisted ol? Mona Abeyta, Kathy Aeby. Clint Alberts. Matalie Anderson. Bryn Andres, James Archuleta, Erica Ashe, Judi Baker. Charles Bannister. David
arnes, John Barner. Jeremy Beel, Cheryl Bennett. Marcie Berger, Brandon Berman, Brian Berman, Anders Blom. Brad Buck, Janet Burkholder, Will Cabaniss, Cathy Caldwell.
Zheryl Cardmon, Cynthia Chafin, Christy Clark. Lisa Clark, Kristy Cole, Jeff Collins, Molly Cooney, Kami Cox, Andy Craig, Larry Crosby, Jason Dahlman.'Diana Dater, Tim
lekker, Ann Denny, Daniel Dewent, Darren Divine, Robert Doolen. Suzanne Doolen. Darren Dresser. Jennifer Dunham. Paul Edmunds, Seam Fichtner, Randy Fietland. Ty
raley, Wendie Freeburn, Jodi Furaus, Mark Furaus, Valerie Gage, Andy Galanos, Mona Garcia, Dan Gardenswartz. Linda Gautreau, Mike Gaynor, Nadeeyah Gobin, Gavin
-ionzalez, Tirzah, Gonzalez. JeffGrayson. Jason Greene, Robert Gromek, Ron Gutierrez, Jeth Harbinson. Eric Harstad, Jeff Harstad, Mike Hawkins, Rob Hawley. Jack Henderson.
ill Hendricks, Julie Henning, Shanna Hicks, Charlie Hill, Julie Hirshtield, Tiffany Hoffman, Ken Holmquist, Mike Holmquist, Jennifer lnlow, Dawn Johnson. Kelly Johnson.
teve Jones, Runar Karlsen. Dorothy Kauffman, Rick Kefeuver, Tripp Killin, Steven King, Scott Kinnard, Jeff Kolman, Alicia Kotzen. Toni Kotzen, Kate Kuligowski, Chris Lamb.
Uarrel Lakoche, Gene Latham, Anna Laurila, Todd Le Cesne, Francoise Lemieux, Mike Leon, Terri Letz. Nancy Little, Stefanie Long, David Lux, Steven Lux, Pam MacMillan. Geoff
vladole, Pat Mahoney, Jenny Marks, Denny Marquez, Mike Marra. Julie Marra. Jennifer Martin, John Martin, Brad Martinez, Eric Maxon, Lisa McBride. Kelly McCloskey,
arbara McColIister, Mark McCollister. Kelli McDonald, Leslie McGrath, Kim McKinley, Michele Meisen, Jason Merrell. Kristin Michels, Jeff Mikatarian, Earl Moore. Martin
orris, Craig Moyers, Tim Nenninger, Brandon Oberkamph, Shannon Oestreicher, Tom O'Neill. Patrick Orban. Neal Pederson. Stacy Pederson, James Pickens. Mary Anne
ff 'sf . ff-I ,,,.,,.,, Pierce. Karen Pitts, Johanna Preiser, Kim
iii ll 5 ,fx Prinzing, Lora Ray, Todd Rein. Traci Rein-
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hart Jeff Rethmel Sally Sacco Cheryl
Sahd Lotta Sahlen Kelly Sanchez Jenna
Saya, Beth Schiffer, Troy Schlegel, Christy
Schwanke. John Scott, Rob Shaver, Kristan
Shipp, Todd Silberman, Monica Single-
terry. Lisa Silva, Tami Skinner, Sylvia Smith.
Amy Spear, Doug Stalgren. Michelle Ste-
vens, Annie Stofac, Jeannie Stringer, Julie
Strohacker. Troy Sullivan, James Tabet.
Lisa Thomas. Harold Thommessen. Scott
Thompson. Erik Thunberg, Kurt Thunherg,
Bret Tidler. Bertha Tien, Jon Trepanier, Lisa
Llrbasslk. Jeff Vance, Karina Van Veen,
Kristin Van Veen, Jim Vleck. James Ver-
million. Mark Vigil, Joe Ward, Steve Watts,
Don Weaver, Cathy Weber, Dirk Weddle,
Heidi Wengert, Jon Whitaker. Dan White.
Christina Williams. Erin Williams, Amy
Wright and Mark Zbylut.
Eldorado students triumphed over despair by help-
ing others on the state. local and school levels.
Action was the motto for Students in Action Valuing
the Environment. A picnic and hike at the years start
set the pace. The members of S.A.V.E. participated
along with Volunteers for Out of Doors in a construc-
tion project on the Elena Gallegos land grant. They
also spent weekends on their rock garden by the Cafe'
teria and Administration Building. Their major project
was campus landscaping.
The Traffic Safety Task Force tackled the important,
difficult job of alerting teens to seatbelt safety. It also
hoped to show teens that putting on a seatbelt takes
only a few seconds. seconds that could save a life.
They distributed free french fries coupons to seatbelt
wearers in Eldorado's carparks.
On campus, Athletic Trainers sought the preven-
tion, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries.
They diminished on athlete's risk of serious injury.
They also spent many hours on duty at athletic events.
Consequently, Eldorado students reached out. with
time to share, and touched the lives of many.
The members of the Key Club for the
l984-85 school year were: Lisa Barnes.
Bryan Biedscheid. Ureasurerj, Anne
Brass. Kendra Bubp, Kevin Casaus.
Sharon Curzi. Sean Fichtner, Tanya
Florence, Teri Florence, Lisa Garcia,
Jack Genderson 1Presidentj. Julie Hen-
ning. Todd Kelin, Camille King, Jenny
Marks. Brian Knighton, Lisa McBride.
Fay McCarty. Patrick Orban. Lisa Pate.
Joanna Renick. Robin Rupe. Vince Ru-
bio fSecretaryj. Kelly Sanchez. Karen
Shenk, Mike Smith. Carmen Sweeney
and Kathy Watson fVice Presidentj.
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Sais. Scott Villane and Trainer Don Mundell. X
The members of5.A, V,E, were: Becky Brown. Eric Klammer. Lisa McBride Lorna McBride. Larisa Pedroncelli.
Greg Sterosky and Sponsor Ms. Levy.
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Traci Hart, Denise Rhea, Nyleen
Troxel, Kristin Van Veen, Monnie
Corona, and Nancy Moreno. Sec-
ond Row: Brian Sharkey, Katrina
Van Veen, LeAnne Moore, and
Scott Thompson. Back Row: Ron
Dixson, Leona Tartaglia, and
The Members of the Traffic Safety Task
Force were: Kristy Cole. Andrea Dalia.
Tirzah Gonzalez, Gloria King, Laura
King and Sponsor Mrs. Farell.
Eldorado, a democratic school, prided itself on its involvement in government. Students served as officers, set up a mock
government system or viewed the United States government in action.
This year the House of Representatives strived to involve the maximum number of students. It held a monthly forum meeting to in
form those interested of its projects and serve as a speakers bureau. ln addition, the House sponsored decorating contests during
Homecoming, Halloween and the winter holidays. Their campus cleanup program allowed homerooms to express their pride in
Eldorado. lt also collected Procter 8 Gamble proofs-of-purchase to earn a free IBM PC jr, Computer System for the school The House
of Representatives was an active involved organization.
Each year Eldorado sends eight boys and six girls to Boys State and Girls State. These are week-long events which allow the
delegates to run for city, state and legislative offices. Delegates to Boys' Nation and Girls' Nation in Washington, DC were Eagles
Cheryl Matherly and Lainie Keslin. During their senior year, Staters motivated students to vote and manned the polls for student gov
ernment and homecoming elections. Since I984 was an election year, Staters also presented a mock presidential election
Close-Up Eldorado consisted of students and a teacher-sponsor who traveled to Washington, DC in February, I985 for a week
long study program. They met with influential government officials and discussed aspects and possible solutions of current issues
Consequently, the students of Eldorado did not allow government to control them: they activated the government
Eagles Got Bird Eye View
Belletini Laurie Brown Barbara Buffington Cathy Caldwell Mike Chavez Julie Christensen, Kimberly Cole Kristy Cole Beth Collins Molly C
JarietCortesi Heath Crabtree Terry Culpepper Andrea Dalia Samantha DiPnma Beth Doherty Brendon Doherty Lisa Dunn. John Engels Jerry
Kathy Evans Jenny Farrell Kelly Filkms Lynn Frlusch Tanya Florence Ashley Franklin Jerome Gomez Matt Gomez Sal Gonzales Terry Gray
Hadsall Kris Hagenbuck Ayme Henderson Mark Hendricks Linda Hobbs Robin Hudgins. Dawn Johnson, Doug Key, Gloria King Lalnle Larsen To
l.eCesne. Jeff Lepore, Doug Lincoln, Kristine Macallister, Liz Magee, Julie Marra. Lori Martinez, Fay McCarty, Barbara McCollister Cyd McFadde
Stephanie Merrett. Melissa Mills. Pat Molina. Brian Moore. Earl Moore, Susan Nash, Patrick Orban, James Pickens. Kim Prinzing, lvette Raspall Rus
Ray, Traci Reingart, Joanna Renick. Kathy Richardson. Lyssa Robertson. Cheryl Sahd, Jennifer Saran, Jenna Saya. Beth Schiffer. Paul Self Rob Shav
Lisa Silva. Christine Sisneros, John Skelton. Tracee Smith, Terrance Stith, Jay Thorton. Dennis Trujillo, Lisa Vargo, Jill Vasquez, Scott Villane Kr
Viscardi, Britt Wethers. Bruct Welton, Sally Wharton, Jon Whitacker. Katie White. Greg Williams, Marc Wilson and Michele Yeaman
Members of the House of Representatives were: Ted Arana, Natalie Anderson. Traci Andrews, Mike Arredondo. Kathy Bazan. Rick Beattie
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J.W. Harrison, Jon Blaine, Julie Di Tucci,
Lisa McBride, Jane Owens and Kelly San-
The Stalers' Club consisted ot? President
Tom Riney, Vice President Beth Dettmer.
Secretary Karen Caldwell. Treasurer Cheryl
Malherly, Robert Doolen, Ron Dixon. Tom
Eckert. John Engels. Lainie Keslin, Alan
Lee. Seana Moore. Tacy Norwood, Don
O'NeiII. John Skelton. Brett Snyder, Amy
Spear, Kim Struve and Ken Zimmerman.
Members of French Club were: President Valerie Gage. Vice-President Johanna Preiser. Treasurer Tracy
Andrews. Secretary Amy Spear. Andrea Aller, Denise Anderson. Buffy Bruback. Kimberly Cole. Michelle
Decker, Sonia de Varges, Alysa Dietz. Missy Dotson, Monique Fine. Andrea Head. Charlotte Holmes.
Monica Jackson, Chris Jones. Laura King. Craig Kinsey, Kelly Lanport. Jennifer Lange. Holly Laurence.
Francoise Lemieux. Nancy Little. Eric Marietta, Sherry Marks. Julie Marra, Linda Mayo. Bridget McBride.
Melissa McCall, Melanie McCallister. Barbara McCoIlidter. Mary McKinley, Dylan Midkiff. Mariie
Mitchell. Melissa Morris, Devin Moss, Tiffany Nelson, Erin Nicolls, Mike Passman, Rebecca Passman. l
Larisa Pedroneclli, Sarah Pixton, Joe Pro German, Jill Saberhagen. Doug Stalgren. Heather
Staller, Michelle Stevens, Julie Straus. Tory Sullivan. Michelle Taylor. Shelle Van Etten, Krista
Walker, Heidi Wengert. Barbara White. Katie White and Robin Williams.
Members of the Minority Student Union were:
Bottom Row: Michael Gray. Patty Vacirca. Bernard
Pearman and Sponsor Iola Harding. Second Row:
Jessica Johnson, Deana Williams and Treasurer
Tanya Florence. Third Row: Diane Gachupin, Sec-
retary Bernadette Csanyi, Terri Florence and
President Jasmin Holmes. Fourth Row: Anthony
Padilla. Rona Thompson and Kermit Pearman. Not
pictured arex Stacy Blakemore. Bryan Hartsfield.
Lisa Hartsfield and Tina Ouesade.
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X teens had acquired the image
of selfish students unaware of and
I 0 indifferent to the world. However. Eldor-
ex ado students shattered this with their involve-
Q ment in clubs which unite Americans and other ethnic
students in mutual understanding.
The International Club sought to exchange cultures among American
0 students and those from various foreign Nations. Through festivities like
Q Sweden's Saint Lucia's Day and England's Guy Fawkes Day, members made welcom
56 foreign students as well as learning from them. They also held a halloween party,
6 American style. Thus, the members of the International Club discerned the immense differ-
ences and startling similarities among cultures in a fun, social environment.
The French Club blasted into the l984-i985 year with fundraisers. They had a
carnival booth, sold candy and sent French messages during French
Week. The money raised provided scholarships for a weekend at Glorieta.
he sponsor. Ms. Roybal, was extremely proud of the club which also caroled during
he holidays and accomplished two service proiects this year.
This year. the Minority Student Union boasted doubling its number of members. The
lub faced problems in the community. In addition, it was planning a large-group trip
o the Bahamas. Thus. the club served to integrate different peoples.
As technology propelled the world to become smaller. people found the need to
now those from other backgrounds. Eldorado students were a powerful force in this
Members of the International Club were:
Stephanie Arias. Suzanne Baurer, Bryan Bieds-
cheid. Anders Blom. Larry Brown, Laurie
Brown, Dorothy Buell. Karen Caldwell, Julie
Chavez. Angela Clement, Kristy Cole. Erica
Connley. Monie Corona. Kami Cox. Jennifer
Crenner, Sonia de Varges. Milissa Dotson,
Andy Galanos. Robin Garcia, Isaac Hernandez.
Yvonne Herrera. Christina Jaynes, Melinda
Jeffers. Runar Karken. Kees Kat. Christian
Klinghol, Jochem Kotthaus. Anna Laurila.
Debbie Leach. Nancy Little. Gabriela fllobbij
Mendoza. Anke Muller-Solger. Erin Nicolls,
Christina Noftsker, Tacy Norwood, Patrick Or-
ban, Yolanda Parsons. Craig Plyer. Linda Proc-
tor, Mika Reinikainen. Tracy Risby, Maureen
Roskom, Lotta Sahlen, Anne Spranger. Saan-
non Stiley. Annie Stofac, Sheila Strohacker.
Harald Thommessen, Bertha Tien, Kersti Ty-
son, Shelle Van Veen, Kristin Van Veen, Shar-
on Voss and Sally Wharton.
The Golden Eagle Marching Band for the i984-85 school year was: Flutes: Lisa Goff, Penny Romero, Sharon Curzi. Kristen Beckmann, Holly Jones. Lisa Barnes, Diana Dater,
Cherise Bart, Chris Jones. Monie Corona, Julie Henning. Lisa Simon, Vanessa Willock. April Hamadey, Barb McCoIlister, Cathy Huttenhow. Tara Bessen. Andrea Head, Lori
Hall, Alma Esquibel. Laura lmmel, Nyleen Troxyl, Barb Stanley, Mitch Mann, Jennifer Hockox, Kim Lunstra, Barbara White and Sammy Teachout. Clarinets: Scott Woodward,
Anissa Pearce. Chris Cline. Kim Struve, Matt lngells. Michelle Creager, Paula Smith, Steve Rozum. Angela Fitzgerald, Vicky Vittitoe, Tamela Gover. Cynthia Armiio. Jason
Owen. Matthew Chavez, Mike Holmquist, Julie Byers, Tammy Moore, Jenny Pike, Kim Cole, Michelle Gaylord. Beth Prochazka, Heather Willock, Jennifer Byrne, Linda
Grindstaff, Tina Montano, Richelle Murrell, Thad Pourch, Rusty Ray and Diana Wifall. Tuba: Alan Lee. Matt Armstrong. Eddie Verkkin and Zach Holler. Percussion: Ruth
Zimmerman, Mike Sauer, Trey Stiles. Rick Belknap. Jim Archuletta, Mark Willaims. Tim Henningson, Dan Stouffer, Phil Mendelsohn. Mary Anne Crow, Linda Brown. Hal
Richardson, Becky Brown, Jim Willaims, Robin Williams. Christie Conlster and Tim Demmie. Low Brass and Sax: Suzanne Doolan. Jahn Engels. Scott Pendelton. Chelly
Teachout. Peter Crook. T. Payton, Mary McKinley. Mark Candelaria. Leslie Hill. John Molina. Bob Bertelle. Scott Oyler. James Payette, Chris Gassler, Kim Klammer. Missy
Henderson, Greg Potson, Steve Monnin, Ron Render. Shannon Seaborn, Eric Klammer, Clay Williams, Robert Yusko, Cristy Williams, Allen Stanley, Pat Molina, Rick Fisher,
Rick Stratton, Mike Emerine, Eric Elsner, Greg Rose, Tripp Killin and Richard Faust. Trumpets: Peter Stilwell, Randy Hall. Allen Bivens, Scott McCarty, Tono Pomerleau, Mike
Fisher, Robert Bitto, Scott Williams, Scott Maass, Tony Navarette. Greg Harland, Ken Zimmerman, Alec Peber, Mark Woods. Brent Dunn, Kevin Broolie, Brett Tidler, Kelly
Horn, Jason Welch. Jill Sandell. Chuck Hermon and Jeff Donovan. Drum Majors, Terri Burch and Robin Davis. Directors: Mr. Fessinger, Mr. Aslin and Mr. Lipka.
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The Drum Majors were: Teri Burch
232 and Robin Davis.
As the sun first peeked at the new day, the dedicated members of the
Golden Eagle Marching Band stretched, donned their instruments and head-
ed out to the field. lt was seven o'clock. The musicians stood at attention. The
drum majors, Teri and Robin raised their arms. The show began!!!
To prepare for marching competitions and halftime shows at football
games. Eagle musicians spent each morning and Thursday afternoons in
seemingly endless practice drills. ln addition, two weeks of t their time in
August was dedicated to band camp. They realized that hard work, together
with talent, provided the winning formula.
Indeed, their perseverence was well rewarded. On October 20, The Golden
Eagle Marching Band strutted onto the University of New Mexico Stadium
field as the best in the Pageant of Bands! In addition to recieving best overall,
they emerged with the outstanding brass section and outstanding percussion.
Mark Woods took the title of outstanding soloist. They also placed fifth in the
biggest marching competition of the season. the Zia Marching Band Festival,
which included bands form Texas, Illinois, and Colorado. The Marching Band
also opened the first day of the Balloon Fiesta.
Consequently, the band provided unique opportunities for its members.
They could compete for individual honors as well as group. Many tried for a
place in All-State. Eldorado had record recipients of this honor. Alan Lee, a
senior tuba player, performed in the McDonald's All-American Marching
Band, an honor sought by musicians nationally. The drum major summed
band opportunities as, "probably the best experience at Eldorado as a lead-
Eldorado's bands strived for the best, Being a band member was
not easy. lt took years of experience with the instrument and many
hours of practice,
The Symphonic Band was known for its superb performing abili-
ty and was one of the largest bands at Eldorado.
Again this year, Eldorado's Wind Ensemble. specializing in for-
mal concerts. was considered outstanding. keeping up Eldorado's
image as a superior band.
The Screamin' Eagles provided entertainment during special
assemblies and concerts. Their reputation as an excellent iazz
band was known throughout the state.
Golden Image combined with the Screamin' Eagles and per-
formed at many different functions throughout the school year.
No one person can make up a bands it is a combined effort. As
Mr. Lipka says, "There is not one outstanding band member be-
cause they are all outstanding."
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The members ofthe Symphonic Band were: Jim Archuleta, Cynthia Armijo, Lisa Barnes, Cherise Bartow, Kristen Beckman, Rick Belknap. Ron Bender.
Bobby Bertelli, Robert Bitto. Liz Brodsky. Julie Byers, Jennifer Byrne, Mary Carlson, Matthew Chavez, Monie Corona. Christy Coulston, Peter Crook,
Sharon Curzi, Barbara DaSilva, Debbei DaSilva, Jeff Donovan. Suzanne Doolen, Greg Dotson, Brent Dunn, John Elias, Eric Elsner, Mike Emarine, Alma
Esquibel, Mike Fisher. Rick Fisher. Fitzgerald. Richard Foust. Dionne Fulcher. Michele Gaylord. Fran Gottlieb. Angela Gover. Lori Hall, Randy Hall.
April Hamadey. Chuck Harmon. Andrea Head. Margot Head, Missy Henderson. Julie Henning, Jennifer Hickox, Zach Hollar. Mike Holmquist. Kelly
Horn. Cathy Huttenhow, Laura lmmel. Matt Ingals, Jessica Irwin. Greg Harland, Chris Jones, Holly Jones, Tim Henningson, Tiffany Keeling, Kim
Klammer. Angie Lilley. Kim Lunstra, Scott Maass. Scott Mccarty. Chris Meyer, John Molina, Steve Monnin, Tina Montano, Sonia Moore, Tammy Moore,
Richelle Murrell. Tim O'Brien, Scott Oyler. James Payette. T. Payton, Anissa Pearce, Lichele Peete. David Peter. Jenny Pike, Lisa Reardon. Alec Reber.
Penny Ronero. Greg Rose. Jill Sandell, Judy Shuman, Paula Smith, Allen Stanley, Barbara Stanley, Joetta Stilwell. Peter Stilwell, Dan Stouffer, Kari
Struve. Chelly Teachout, Sammy Teachout, Bret Tidler. Chris Verkin. Eddie Verkin, Vicky Vittitoe, Jason Welch, Diana Wifall, Clay Williams, Heather
Willock. Mark Woods. Scott Woodward, and Robert Yusko. Kalin Lopez.
he members of the Golden Image band were: John Elias. Mike Emarine, Jeff Francis, Chris Gassler, Randy Hall, John Hansen,
alin Lopez. Scott Oyler. Jodi Pate, James Payette, T. Payton, Kara Peterson, Tono Pomerleau, Thad Porch. Jerry Ray, Dan Reves.
G S k T St'l . Brett Tidler, Jason Welch. and Clay Williams.
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The members of the Screamin " Eagles Jazz
Band were Matt Armstrong. Allen Bivens,
Kevin Brookie. Rob Brothers, Tei Burch.
Mark Candelaria, Peter Ciurczak, Robin
Davis, Joey Fazio. Derek Hilland, Alan Lee.
Phil Mendelsohn, Pat Molina, Tony Navar-
rette. Beth Prochazka. Mike Sauer. Shan-
non Seaborn, Peter Stillwell, Rick Stratton.
Mark Williams, and Mark Woods.
The members ofEldorado's Wind Ensemble were: Matthew Armstrong, Tara Bessen, Allen Bivens, Kevin Brookie, Rob Brothers, Becky Brown,
Brown, Teri Burch. Mark Candelaria, Chris Cline. Kim Cole, Shelly Creager, Mary Ann Crow. Diana Dater. Robin Davis, Tim Demmie. John Engles.
Fazio, Chris Gassler, Lisa Goff. Tamela Gover, Linda Grindstaff, Maurah Harrison, Leslie Hill, Eric Klammer, Allen Lee. Mitch Mann,
McCoIlister, Mary McKinley, Patrick Molina, Tony Navarrette, Jason Owen, Scott Pendleton, Tono Pomerleau, Thad Porch, Beht Prochazka. Rusty
Hal Richardson. Steve Rozum, Mike Sauer, Shannon Seaborn, Lisa Simon. Trey Stiles. Rick Stratton, Kim Struve. Nyleen Troxyl. Barbara White,
Williams, Kristi Williams, Mark Williams, Scott Williams, Robin Williams, Vanessa Willock, Ken Zimmerman and Ruth Zimmerman.
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y, Lance Burke. Kevin Campbell. Ricci Carr. Patricia Carrol, Troy Castillo. Travis Christensen. Lisa Coronado. William Devlin, Kevin Sorff,
Doyle, Tony Ecker. Michael Espinosa. Tari Field, Ty Fraley, Dennis Friedland, Jennifer Fume, Patty Galindo, Wendy Gaylord, Cathy
Scott Hassan, Joel Hill. Jill I-lorney, Brian Isler, Jessica Johnson. Shelbi Jones, Michael Lehner. Susan Linnerooth, Mark Lopez. Chris
Jack Mabry, Heather Malcolm. Veronica Martinez. Michael McBride. Chuck McCaffery. Wendy McCginnes. Grace McCrea. Shannon
Carlos Montoya, Vicki Morgan. Matt Nichols. Gwewn Nicolls. Betsy Overberg, Jodi Pate, Katy Patrick, Stacy Pederson. Chris Pringle.
Raab, Greg Raece, Joey Rascon, Amy Salge, Eric Sanchez, Todd Silberman, Beatrice Silva, Robert Stamm, Lisa Stuart, Michelle Temple.
Vanderslice. Kristel Wadell, Catherine Welp, Kristen Williams. Robert Williams and Joel Wirth.
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The excitement rose as the music began. One-two . . .
One-two . . . always in step with the beat, the Eldorado
flag corp provided visual entertainment for the specta-
tors. In perfect synchronization, its members twirled,
tossed and caught in various formations. Flag corp re-
quired stamina, dedication and a positive attitude in all of
its members. But as they began performing, they found
the hard work was well worth it. "I have found that
despite the hard work, flags has been the most fun I have
had," Chris Meyer, the captain, stated.
Actually, the flag corp had two separate seasons.. Dur-
ing marching season, the corp performed at football
games and competed in statewide competition. The win-
tergaurd formed later in the year. At this time, the group
learned one routine to a mixture of pop and rock music.
This show was performed at assemblies.
Thus, the flag corp entertained throughout the year. lt
was a vital complement to the marching band and a cre-
ative performing group.
The Guard Members were:
Liz Brodsky, Barbara DaSiIva, Debbie
DaSiIva. Mindy Duncan, Diane
- Fulcher, Fran Gottlieb, Margot Head,
Jessica Inuin. Tiffany Keeling, Angie
Lilley. Chris Meyer. Sonja Moore. Li-
chele Peete. Lisa Reardon, Judy Shu-
mann, Joetta Stillwell, Kari Struve,
Darla Tresise and Chris Verkin.
The choral Department enjoyed the status as one of the largest and most prestigious in school music. Eldorado students had
tremendous opportunities to learn vocal music.
lf being part of a large group was a priority, a student could enroll in mixed chorus or concert choir. Concert choir required an
audition, but mixed chorus maintained an open admission. ln April, the choirs attended the Spring Festival.
Eldorado also had the Treble Chorus and Treble Ensemble for girls. These groups, along with other choruses, raised money
through the sale of calendars and, during Christmas. sausage and cheese. Both girls choirs attended the District Seven Festival in
For those dedicated to voice, Eldorado offered Gold Rush, the award winning swing choir. This opportunity, opened only to
sophomores, juniors and seniors. incorporated lively music with upbeat choreography. Gold Rush participated in Solo and
Ensemble Festival and the Spring Choir Festival. This year, they were asked to perform at the Governor's Award Banquet. ln
addition, they performed at nursing homes during the holiday season.
Each member of a chorus could compete for a place in the All-State Music Clinic on January I0 thru I2 at the University of New
Consequently. the Eldorado Choral Department integrated the talent of individuals and presented it in harmony.
horuses Satisfied Eldorado's
Re "choir"ment for Excellence
The members of Gold Rush were:
Tracy Andrews, Megan Anthony,
Diana Barott, Chandra Bennett.
Larry Brown, Dorothy Buell. Teri
Burch, Bob Dennis. Julie Dir. Ken
Dunfee. Monique Fine, Joe Ger-
man. Chris Graham, Micheal Har-
court. Johnathan Hoover, Kristi
Jones, Eric Clammer. Kevin
Knighton, Kelly Long. Margaret
Martinez. Lori Parker. Scott Pascale.
Larisa Pedroncelli, James Pickens.
Rusty Ray. Hall Richardson, Kelly
Sanchez. Rod Shampine, Scott
Smiset. Scott Thompson, Shelle Van
Etten. Heidi Wenger! and Jim Wil-
The members of Mixed Chorus were: Lynda Craig, Tracy Eckert, Pam Gallegos, Traci Goff. Mary lntogna. Kristin
Michels, Sonia Moore, Jodee Ortega, Diane Pearce. Jodi Prado. Lisa Reinke, Lisa Ricci. Debbie Velasquez. Keila White
and Michele Yeaman.
mbers ofthe Concert Chorus were Tracy Andrews, Sade Baron, Sherrie Bell, Chandra Bennett, Kendra Bubp,
Buell Robert Carpenter James Cates Jana Cranfill, Darren Divine, Joe German, Edie Hamilton, Laryl
Cindy Hoppman Holly Hostetler Laura lmmel. Tara King, Eric Klammer, Shari Lawrence, Kelly Long, Jeff
Margaret Martinez Fay McCarty Matt Miles, Margo Mitchele, Anke Miiller-Folger, Erin Nicolls. Jennifer
Lon Parker Russ Parker Scott Pascale Jaco Pastorius. Larisa Pedroncelli, Tammy Robinson, Mark Romero.
Sars Marka Stephens Scott Thompson Shelle Van Etten. Julie Verdeia, Craig Wall, Debora Williams, Jim
The members of the Treble Chorus were: Jennifer Anderegg.
Lisa Barg. Karen Beezhold, Barbara Buffington, Stacie Dobbs,
Jennifer Hansen. Catherine Harcourt, Tracy Hartman. Cyn-
thia Hobson, Stacey Jennings, Sabrina Knauer. Cauna Mal-
denado. Antanya Sisnerso, Veronica Talley and Kim Wilkin-
The members of the Treble Ensemble were:
Colette Barott, Kathy Bazan. Heather Berg.
Kimberly Berry, Tanya Blakely. Jennifer
Crenner, Jenny Farrel, Erica Fox, Alice
Gluesing, Michele Greenwood, Eileen
Henke. Elizabeth Herrington, Robin Hud-
gins, Jessica Irwin, Elizabeth Johnson.
Amy Korthand, Tacy Leonard. Sheryl Lund-
berg, Katherine Mann, Patricia Martinez,
Lorna McBride, Melanie Mummert, Alison
Oates, Colleen O'NeilI, Maria Quesada,
Monoca Robertson, Theresa Royce, Dan-
ette Saxey, Michelle Taylor and Deanna
with Strin s
December I2 and March I4 through l6 were impor-
tant dates for the musical environment of Eldorado.
On these days, the Eldorado Orchestra performed mu-
sic spanning ages. From Mozart and Bach through
Beethoven to Handel and Rossini, the Orchestra
weaved a harmony of emotions rich in talent.
The Eldorado Orchestra was one of the premier
string orchestras in New Mexico. Many of its members
also played in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony and
Albuquerque Youth Orchestra. In addition, many were
part of the All-State Orchestra. The highlight of the
year was the orchestra's trip to Dallas in May. There it
competed in the Six Flags Festival.
Selected members of the Eldorado Orchestra were
chosen to be part of the Strolling Strings. This group
performed throughout the city in civic and social
events. Recently. they have played to royal audiences
and for Govenor Anaya and the State Legislature. This
year they inspired music in Junior League's Holiday
OIe', the Council of Great Cities Convention and cho-
sen nursing homes The Strolling Strings transversed
types of music. They played Kenny Rogers next to the
Beatles and intergrated Bluegrass and movie themes.
The members ofthe Chamber Orchestra were: Kevin Baker. Heather Berg, Hope Bigelow. Bob Carleton. Ja
Chavez, Peter. Ciurczak, Sumiko Corley. Tim Demmie. Missy Dolson, Ken Dunfee, Monique Fine. Dawn Halvorson,
Melissa Hansen. Sarah Hawkins, Robert Hohlfelder, Jim Howard. Melinda Jeffers, John Kim. Hae-Jung lee. Tr
Lynch. Kim Maes, Dominic Maeslas, Valerie Mora, Sean Munzlinger. Michelle Prentice, Erick Robinson, Jenn
Saran, Tammy Saueressig. Rod Shampine. Eileen Sims. Lisa Toops. Anne Whitaker and Trent Whiteside,
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Eagle spirit soared because of the determination and eagerness of spirit teams at Eldorado. Both the drill team and cheerleading
quads strived to exhibit pride in Eldorado.
"La Quadrilla" consisted of thirty-nine members working in harmony to entertain students with award winning routines. This
as how the girls got their kicks! They also supported athletics throughout the year. Each member was "hard working, eager to
earn and put out one hundred percent."
The Varsity Cheerleading Squad portrayed the qualities which won them the Unity Award at the USA Camp held during the
ummer. This honor rated them as the friendliest squad at the competition. ln addition, Renee Davis was one chosen out of three
undred to be asked to instruct.
The Varsity Cadet Squad ranked four out of seventy-five squads at the National Cheerleading Association Camp this summer.
aving no designated sports to support, Varsity Cadet cheered at girls' sporting events.
.lunior Varsity cheerleaders were graduated freshmen cheerleaders except for newcomer Nancy Martinez. This squad strived to
evelop discipline. confidence and responsibility.
"Would you like to buy an egg?" As strange as it sounds. the freshmen cheerleaders sold eggs to raise money for equipment
nd uniforms. They also learned new cheers at the National Cheerleader Association Clinic and Rocky Mountain Cheerleader
All agree "Unity was much stronger this year." This togetherness, along with their enthusiasm. helped the cheerleaders and
rill team raise money, unify the school and carry out the honor of being chosen for their "team."
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Rhonda Castillo: Back Row! Kendall Kampfe, Shannon Miller and Jana Mueller.
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The Freshman Cheerleaders were: Top Row: Jill Vasquez, Middle
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The two Junior Varsity soccer teams at Eldorado exhibited outstanding records. Although the teams were considered
organizations because they did not have faculty sponsors, they were extremely proud to represent their school in sports
competitions. This year they proved this with seven wins for the girls and ten for the boys. Each team lost and tied only
one game. The boys lost to Highland High QI-OD and Rio Grande defeated the girls 13- lj. Over the entire l984 season, the
girls outscored their opponents 32 to I 2, and the boys outscored theirs 7 I to I 5. The two teams received tremendous par-
ent support which boosted their morale greatly. The girls coach, Bill Oberkampf, and the boys coach, David Huskissen.
were very pleased with the efforts and results of the teams.
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The Varsit Season . . .
The Varsity Football Team, led by Coach Hall, started their year with a victory
game against Sandia. The Homecoming game followed soon after and resulted in a
3 I -20 victory against Highland. This year was one of the few years that the Eldor-
ado Varsity Football Team did not make State or District. Though the season did not
go as well as hoped for, the team ended the season with a win against Manzano. An
unusual quality of the football team was that there was not a captain or co-captain.
Each player was given the opportunity to fill these positions.
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members ofthe Varisty Football Team were: First Row: Jeff Rethmel, Dan Vinson, Kevin Brannon, Gavin Gonzalez, Todd Brader, Ted
and Barry Cole. Second Row: Jerry Ray, Mike Royce, Eric Maass. Wes Burgess. Jon Whitaker. Keith Beal, Steve Rea, and Jerome
Third Row: James Espey, Kent Johnson. Jeff Wise. Don Mundell fTrainerJ, Jerry Dave CCoachj, Pat Mosier fCoachJ. Jerry Hall
Ed Bisetti 1CoachJ, Jim Johns QCoachJ, Paul Zaprelli QCoachJ, Bill Grubb and Aaron Dye. Fourth Row: Jay Thorton, Sheldon
Pete Bustos. Bobby Erickson, Brian Buckley, Dennis Trujillo, Mike Chavez, Todd LeCesne and Joe Padilla. Fifth Row: Dee
Mike Mana. Steve Brawley, Rob Smith, Gilbert Loera. Gavin Flury, Adam Powell and Pat Royce. Top Row: Tim Garcia, Rob Kuiath.
Andrews, Terry Brader. Ray Aycox. Mike Clark, Charles Cumber, Pat French and Don O'Neill.
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The JV Football Team had an excellent season with a 7-I record. They made All-City
and tied for lst place. The team was noted for having a very strong running back which
contributed to their successful season. The defensive secondary. otherwise known as the
Smurfs. were small but very effective. Freshmen Eagles got their taste of competition this
year and it proved to be rewarding. Hopefully the experience of being on Freshmen
Football will encourage them to continue playing football throughout high school.
Made All-City Honors
The J. V. Football team was: Front
Row: Jeff Martinez. Rick Stults,
Richard Salas. Darrell Mummert.
Paul Self. Charley Dotson, Steve
Williams and Jason Turpin. Second
Row: Danny Holton. Kent Brown.
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Pat Mosier fcoachj, Todd Rhodes,
Rob Lerch, and Don Weaver. Third
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Spinks, Dan Royce, Scott Andrews,
Mike Meyer. Colton Jones. Tim
Zagger, Todd Tilghmany and Law-
rence Chafin. Fourth Row: John Ste-
phens. Troy Hamby. Eric Weinmas-
ter, Brian Wright. Mark Morris. Bri-
an Moore. Chris Kakos and James
Sots. Top Row: David Trucksa, Mike
Young. Dirk Weddle, David Roe.
Trey Brader, Greg Fackler. Scott
Latham. Eric Michelson. Craig
Cuthbert and Mike Giacomo.
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The Freshmen Football Team was: Front Row: Jim Vleck, Troy Castillo and John Salazar. Second Rowx Jeff Cook, Eric Toledo, Mark Montoya.
Mark Lewis. Mike Schaefer, Jared Huskey. Mac Brunner and Jason Roswell. Third Rowx Forest Carmody, Chris Stott, Jerome Medlock, Karo
Long, Jason Jepson. Matt Schaefer, Monoco Maez, Frank Tomlinson. Bill Talley and Chris Ehmett. Fourth Row: Mark Walker. Rob Brace. Clint
Correa. Cash King. Chris Seymour. John Salazar, David Reynolds, Tony Villalobos and Brian Ouellette. Fifth Row, Blake Hill. Donald Lafler, Rob
McKinley. Tracey Ketner. Jeff Jump. Adrain Lopez. Joel Worth. Mike Brand and Rob Hawley. Sixth Rowx Pat Ryan, Alex Kuhn, Pat, David Sawyer.
Anthony Yanez. Ron Upshaw, Eric Bickel, Scott Quiring and David Burton.
Boy's Varsity Soccer began the I 984 season
with a new coach and seven returning letter-
men. Coach Larry Knutson led the Eagle
squad to the State Tournament with a 4-2
District record and an overall record of 8-4- I .
The Eagles were defeated by the District 2
Champ Highland Hornets at State. but Cap-
tain Jeff Collins felt it was a real team effort
and that the Eldorado Soccer program was
really flying high!
Midfielder Ken Zimmerman placed in the
All-District second Team as Midfielder Jeth
Harbinson. Defender Jeff Collins and Goal-
keeper Pat Coulie also received All-District
honors. All-Staters included Jeff Collins, Pat
Coulie and Ken Zimmerman.
Their spirit was shown with this chant:
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Front Row: Brett Snyder, Jeth Harbinson, Terry O'Mara, Pat Coulie. Jeff Collins. Mike Holmquist and
Hans Plate. Second Row: Scott Young. Ken Holmquist. Tom Carlow, Consultant- Afshin Ehsafdaran,
Coach-Larry Knutson. Ken Zimmerman, Tim Shultz and David McGirk. Not Pictured: Dan Gardenswartz.
John Huffman. Mike Mayor. Tom O'Neil and Trent Whiteside.
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The Girls Varsity Soccer team came through with flying colors. They took state
Girls Varsity Soccer
The Girls Soccer Team was: Front Row: Karen Caldwell. Stephanie Talpas. Micki Cline and Brigitte Sparlin.
Second Row: Marla Tomlinson. Monique Ecker. Amy Taylor. Milissa Cline. Joy Taylor. Anny Bauer and Ruth
Zimmerman. Top Row: Coach Sara Emmons. Sheri Burchett, Anita Dugan. Becky Wright. Beth Hinkle, Cheryl
Guenther. laura Vogel. Dina Digrazia and Adrea Reitan.
out from under Los Alamos' feet in a 2-l victory at the Sports Stadium. Eagle
Coach, Sarah Emmons. said the girls played like they knew they couldl
Captain Laura Vogel was the state's leading scorer and was selected for the
All-State First Team. Other First Team All-Staters were Brigitte Sparlin, Karen
Caldwell and Beth Hinkle: Second Team included Cheryl Guenther, Amy Taylor.
and Amy Bauer: and Honorable Mention went to Micki Cline and Stephanie
All-District honors went to Brigitte Sparlin, Laura Vogel. Amy Taylor, Karen
Caldwell, Anny Bauer, Cheryl Guenther, Joy Taylor, Becky Wright. Anita Dugan.
Beth Hinkle, Micki Cline, and Stephanie Talpas.
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The Varsity Volleyball Team had some struggles during
the season. After a mid-season letdown. the team fought
back hard and won the District Tournament, playing six-
teen games in two days. The girls defeated Hobbs in the
first round of the State Tournament. The Varsity Eagles
also played in competition for over three hours, the long-
est game in the state's history, in the second round but
came up a little short. Coach Chavez said, "l'm really
proud of the team. They played hard and deserved to be
The Varsity Volleyball Team was: Front Row: Coach Chavez and Tanya Florence. Back Row: Suzanne Rapagnani. Jennifer Kipp.
Christie Kleven. Alison Kleven, Georgie Jewell, Laura Porter. Teri Florence, Kathy Schlichling. Elaine Kleven and Sandy Graybeal.
The l984-85 .l.V. Volleyball Team had a
very frustrating season. Coach Garcia felt the
team's win-lose record did not adequately re-
flect the team's performance. "They play just
as well as the opposing teams. but they just
didn't come out on top," said Coach Garcia.
The key accomplishment was that the girls
learned how to play "volleyball" the way it
should be played.
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The members all. V. included: Front Row: Coach Garcia. Back Row: Brenda Gutierrez, Michelle Mellos. Lisa Allen. Laura
Karen Beezhold. Amy Blomstrom. Trina Bellettini, Cindy Riordan, Paula Schnitzler. Nikki Widner, Tracy Smith and Kara Shukis.
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The C-team was: Front Row: Jo Ann Chance and Coach Box. Back Rowx Tricia Martinez. Shelly Morris, Tiffany Brader. Theresa
Anzar, Christina Harper, Rona Thompson. Tandi Hummel, Melissa Nielson, Julie Hirschfield, Cassie Tolbert and Celina Hime. Not
pictured: Michelle Smith, Becky Tawney and Tara Willingham.
"The main objective of
the C-Team was to learn the
basic skills of volleyball and
to have fun," said Coach
Box. Though the season did
not turn out as anticipated,
it was still enjoyable as well
as a good learning exper-
Varsily members were: Front Row: Robert Coronado, Norman Kalat. Todd Klein and Chip Leonard. Back
Row: Mike Reinikainen, Steve Stocking, Tom Eckert, Robbie Buckly and lan Harmon. Q? .
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Dirks. Dennis Friedland, Chris Laughlin, Greg Dotson, Peter Koenigsberg and Eric Sanchez.
Back Row: Greg Dixon, Chris Knackstedt, Scott Harland. Coach Victor Moore. Tory Sullivan.
Joel Shearer and Chris Lamb.
Kee "Track" Cf Boys Cross Countr
Getting on Eldorado's cross country team wasn't the easiest thing to do. It took hard work, long hours of practice,
endurance and a lot of self motivation. Cross country was not only an individual sport but also a team sport. Boys Cross
Country had a great season with the help of Coach Victor Moore training, preparing and guiding them. The team ended
their season with finesse: they came in third for district. Tom Eckert qualified for State and Robert Coronado was
twentieth in the state of New Mexico. Great jobl
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The interest in Cross Country steadily increased with the interest in physical fitness,
running and a growing interest in marathon running. Team spirit and a strong interest
was what made EIdorado's team stand out above the rest. From August through Novem-
ber, Girls Cross Country practiced for one of their best seasons yet. They took first in city
and district and third in State. Carolyn Gallagher recieved first place honors as an
individual in district and second in State. Girls Cross Country ended their season with
flying colors. Outstanding!
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Front Row! Carolyn Gallagher, Donna
Wilder, Dee Dee Bazan. Tara King.
Cathy Arredondo and Alisha King. Sec-
ond Row: Kathy Patrick, Michelle Hash.
Karin Madina. Jenny Pearce. Karen Ka-
lat. Christine Pierce and Jennifer Huff-
man. Back Row: Coach Knauber, Kim
Sanders. Michelle Poteat, Janet Cor-
tesi, Carmen Richardson, Brenda Gra-
ham, Valirie Field and Melissa Scibior.
The Eldorado GirI's Varsity Basketball team turned out an outstanding record and
had the longest winning streak in the nation. USA Today ranked the team seventeenth
in the nation. ln one word. the girls were invincible. They were a proud and hard
working group. Most of the girls had been working to be on the team for several years.
Coach Flanagan demanded dedication, hard work and enthusiasm from his team. The
most memorable game of the season was against St. Pius. After four quarters and three
overtimes, the excited team finally pulled through to win the game. Because of their
terrific performance, the Girl's Varsity Basketball team would not be soon forgotten.
GirI's Basketball Reached For . .
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Front Row! Beth Geuder. Coach Flanagan and Antoinette Valencia. Back Row: Karen Darsey, Joanie Ansloan, Stacy Leighton, Leslie Smith, Mary
McKinley. Yvonne Sanchez. Shauna Donovan and Becky Spring.
Girl J. . Hooped for Victor
The members ofthe Girls J. V. Basketball Team were: Front Row: Krista Lent, Manlee Mangano, Sue Engl.
Melissa Mills. Danielle Jeffrey, and Monique Ecker. Bottom Row! Dawn Sterk, Coach Flanagan and Laura
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They may not have had standing room only at their games, but
junior varsity and C-team basketball remained very important to the
girls program. Led by two new coaches. Sally Marquez, for .I.V., and
Ed Wyant, for C-team, the teams heightened season records. The
hard working and well disciplined girls were asked to "strive for
IOOM at all times, both on the floor and off, during practice and in
the classroom." The girls fulfilled their responsibility with dedica-
tion, perserverence and pride.
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of the Girls C-Team Basketball were, Front Row: Jodi Pate. Kris Hagenbuck, Tammy Spring,
Valerie Grover. lynn Filusch. and Joanne Gutierrez. Bottom Row: Dyann Bolder, Teri Royce.
Stacy Veitz. and Lisa Vigil.
Eagle Varsit Basketball Laid-Up
Front Rows Tom Casias, Valeria Reyes: manager. Head Coach Dave Romo, Assistant Coach Trini Salas and Pat Royce. Second Row: Jeff Graysom manager
Griffin Pickard, Dave Dorcas, Bobby Spear, Mark Smith, Russel Winters, Jason Hodges, Pat Uhe Vanilla Gorillaj Harrington, Heath Gee. Brent Cannedy and Mike
Eldorado's Varsity Basketball team
had a slow start going into the l984-
l985 season. ln January, going into
the APS City Tourney, the Golden Ea-
gles had a one and four mark in Dis-
trict play and a three and seven mark
The team consisted of Seniors Pat
Harrington, Jason Hodges, Tom Ca-
sias, Mike McShane, Heath Gee, and
Dave Dorcas. Juniors were Pat Royce
and Griffin Pickard. Sophomores
were Bobby Spear, Russel Winters
and Jessie Lisle.
The team's statistics showed that
Pat Harrington scored sixteen points
a game. Jason Hodges scored eleven.
Bobby Spear also had eleven, Tom
Casias scored eight, Heath Gee
scored six and a half points a game
and Russel Winters hit .5 points per
Although the Eagles had problems
with the loss of two key players, the
Eagles made the best of the l984-
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ketball teams had good seasons following in the
steps of past seasons. The boys had hard sched
practicing from 2-3 hours a day and giving up me
their social lives. But being on basketball team
many rewards for the players, such as learning
effort, keeping in good shape, making good fril
learning how to budget their time and cooper
with other people. The rewards for the coaches in
ed being able to see the players develop as the'
better and better. The players and coaches also
many responsibilities like being representatives c
school and showing sportsmanship. The coaches
to set examples, discipline the players, motivate
and "psych" them up for games. This was dor
individual pep talks and building up a desire to
The goals for the teams were to learn, have fun
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The members of the J.V. boys basketball team were: Front Rowx Kevin Westad. David Rider, Coach Tri
Salas. Manager Valerie Reyes and Chris Kakos. Second Row: Manager Jeff Grayson, Brian Dodge. Bre
Cannedy, Bob Spear, Bruce Welton. Mark Smith, Russel Winters, Jesse Lisle. Tim Hart, Griffen Pickard a
Manager Karen Boles.
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The members of the Freshman boys basketball team
werex Front Row: Paul Pedroncelli. Pele Koenigsburg.
Coach Dave Rogers. Manager Dean Marie. Charles
Cerutti and Bobby Jewel. Second Row: John Hopkins,
Jason lewis, Malt Wilson. Bill Littleton, Jim Farmer,
Ryan Marks, Andy Craig and Joel Shearer.
The boys team did as expected, well. They were ranked sixth in the state.
Being on the team involved an incredible amount of discipline and deter-
mination which they had. Many qualified for state. These included. Clay-
ton Brown, John Martin, Cliff Nail, Ron Cook, and Mike Passman and Jeff
Leischner who were divers. All of their skill and determination payed off in
Boys Swimming Sunk the Competitio
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Front Row. Mike Passman. Chad Swaeyden. Peter Wengert. Matt O'Neill, Quin Robertson, Ron Cook and Rob
Second Row: George Huttenhow, Ken Holmquist. Steve Cook. Jeff Leischner. Kris Jacobsen, Keith Martin, Issac
and Mike Fisher. Third Row: Jeremy Beel. Clayton Brown, Scott Reardon. Mike Holmquist. Russell Bare, Hendrick
274 Todd Clark. Jack Henderson, Cliff Nail and Coach Ron Reinhart.
This year, Eldorado's Girls Swimming did very well. They had many qualifiers for
the state competition. They were: Susie Guenther, Barbara Beavers, Carol Tate.
Debbie Gallegos. Joellen Beller. Michelle Rose, Pam Gaylord, Wendy Gaylord and
DeeDee Potenza. According to their coach, Ron Reinhart, the team did very well,
and because of the large amount of underclassman was predicted to do well in the
next few years. They were ranked third in the state. All of their discipline and hard
work helped them to do very well this year.
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Row: Wendy Gaylord, Heather Fenstermaker. Pam Gaylord, Lorna McBride, Teresa Fuenthas and DeeDee
Second Row: Jass Satier. Jennifer Smith: manager. Barbara Beavers, Vickie Landells. Debbie Gallegos. Lisa
Michele Gaylord, Amy Spear and Leslie Clark. Third Rowx Lisa Sluder, Becky Brower, Carol Tate, Kristin
Natalie Anderson, Susie Guenther. Melissa Scibior. Michelle Rose and Coach Ron Reinhart. 275
One of the less followed sports here at Eldorado was any-
thing but a nonexciting spectator sport. The seventeen athletes
of the I984-85 Boys Gymnastics Team had an attitude that
gave them spirit. This team, coached by Pete Egan, had no need
for a captain or leader: They considered everyone to be equal
and no one person ruled over another. Spending two to three
hours, five to six days a week, they would practice various
stunts such as the planche on the rings. These long hours were
used to perfect a well developed routine in performing at var-
ious meets throughout their schedule. Their skills were con-
stantly tested by the tough compeitition present throughout
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Gymnastics was a sport which required poise, grace and amplitude. The members of the
EHS girls gymnastics team competed in four events: the balance beam, floor exercise, the
horse and uneven bars. Each of these events took hours of practice and determination. They
started practicing early in the year and worked out from 3:00 to 6:00. It took a lot of hard
work and precision by each member of the gymnastics team to make it to the top.
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Carina Maldonado and Julie Verdeja. Second Row: Dana Fergusan, Laura Fietland
Andrea Adkins. Third Rowx Lisa Stuwert and Robin Johnson.
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Varsity Eagle wrestlers had an excellent season, with one of their biggest thrills being the win against Rio Grande, 37-I 7.
Having one returning state placewinner, Charlie Dotson, compared to Rio Grande's six, the team was pleased with their own
ability to compete under pressure. Coach Evans described the boys as hardworking, young, having only two seniors on the team,
competitive athletes, who enjoyed the unknown outcomes in their matches. They used each competitive experience as a base for
further improvements. The boys were inspired throughout the entire season by a chart known to them as the "Golden Eagle
Wrestling Blue". This chart referred to their goal of winning the blue state championship trophy.
Front Rowx Chris Day, Jeff Grothaus.
Charlie Dotson. Matt Guinn and Den-
nis Freedome. Middle Row: John Ger-
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Metz and Robert Elrick. Back Row:
Coach Evans. Justin Kuzenka, Marc
Davy. Todd Brader and Coach
This years Junior Varsity wrestling team
had an extremely good year. They were
especially proud of their 72-0 defeat of
Highland High School and their 6l-6 de-
feat of Albuquerque High. These victories
proved their teams potential. They were all
top-notch athletes who always try to im-
prove. One thing that makes them different
from other teams is that they had a fresh-
man, Mark Walker, in the upper weights.
Front Row: Eric McKnight. Marc Lewis. Steve Riley. Wayne Dillon, Todd Sais. Steve Mollin. Troy Smith
and Dwayne Smith. Second Row: TJ. Hauser, Todd Rhodes, Damian Roberts, Todd Tilghman, Jim Perry.
Mark Walker, Ted Broach. Rod Cinn and Greg Dotson. Third Row: Phillip Marler. Kory Simmons, Mark
Morris, Dan Royce. Coach: Tim Merzweiler, Shawn Mulligan. Steve Borrowdale, David Roe and Gilbert
Front Rowx John Mayor. Jason Chavez, Tom Hirschman. Mark Montoya, Dwayne Smith, Brett Adams, Eddie
Reynolds and Troy Castillo. Second Row: Bart Burton, Shannon Miller, Mike May, Steve Gish, Allan Gregory,
JeffCook, Mike Leone, Richard Covington and Byron Gabel. Third Row: John Davis, Brian McKeever. Robert
Brace, Joel Wirth. Brian Oullette. Coach: Mike Day, Ron Upshaw. Adrian Lopez, Brian Morga, Scott Moore,
Keith Brown and Jerry Armiio.
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team was described as a group of
hard-working young men. The mem-
bers always realized where there was
room for improvement. After work-
ing hard all year, they had what they
described as a fair to good season.
They were invited to the city invita-
tional at the end of the season.
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Girl Tenni Swung Into Action
EHS fnlvsqhd MHS
There were many new experiences for the
people involved in Tennis, l985. Both of the
coaches, Coach Porkorski for the Boys Tennis
Team and Coach Neeld for the Girls Tennis
Team, were newcomer coaches. Also, about
half of the players on the girls team were new
because a major number of members from last
year's team had graduated. The new exper-
ience for the boys team was a new coach!
During the '85 season there were approxi-
mately eight varsity Iettermen and not as
During the tryouts, both coaches looked for
sportsmanship, skill and agressiveness. Out
of the fourteen to sixteen people from all four
grade levels who tried out, ten students made
each team. The tryouts started the first week
of February and lasted approximately one
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The members of the Girls Tennis Team were! Front Row: Judy Shuman and Beth Hinkle. Back Rowx
Angela Smith, Vanessa Willock, Christina Noftsker. Heather Snyder, Tirsa Gonzales, Charlyn Hud-
son, Monica Wintheiser. Kelly Baxter and Michelle Smith. Not shown Jamie McCassery and Heidi
The members of the Boys Tennis Team were: Front Row! Wes Rose, Jeff Perry. Christian Klingbeil.
Anders Blom. Troy Graff, Terry Graff and Martin Morris. Back Row: Mark Dunkenson. Mark Vigil,
Daniel Mainzer, John Kim. Matt Gomez. Myles Monroe, Don Weaver and Coach Porkorski.
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ln I985, Boys' and Girls' Golf became a more popular sport than ever because many
new people from out of town and quite a few freshmen tried out. This generated more
energy to both the boys' and girls' teams. Each team consisted of experienced golfers.
therefore the potential to win was tremendous. Competition from other schools in-
cluding Sandia, Highland, Cibola, and Socorro was abundant, but both teams came
out fighting strong!
Front Row: Bryan Dennis. John Coen. Chad Swayden. Karl Werner and Phillip Busta-
mante. Back Row: Andy Gustaueson, Terry Gray. Scott Heck, Ron Hunt, Chris Payton.
Brian Wright. John Hammonds and Coach Winters.
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Eckert and Coach Keeler.
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ln Eldorado's athletic program the competi-
tive spirit was no more evident than in girl's
softball. Pulling talented girls from different
softball leagues around Eldorado's area pro-
vided the Eagles with one of the strongest
teams in the city. They had the positive atti-
tude that had been present in the teams of the
past three seasons, which helped them to
achieve an impressive accumulative win re-
cord of 49 wins and I5 losses. Head Coach
Durward Stell asked but one thing of the girls
on his team, "to give IOOM, maximum in prac-
tice, in games and in attitudes." This one re-
quest seemed to be the right motivation that
certainly proved to be the winning recipe for
this year's team and of future teams.
6irl's Varsity Softball members were: Front Row: Joan Ansloan. Lisa Allen. Tracy Hathoot, Michele
Greenwood. Carla Oney, Laura Wildman and Melissa Mills. Back Row: Coach Ray Pompa. Kristi
Dirks, Lisa Mistretta, Michelle Gutierrez. Yvonne Sanchez, Alison Kelven. Elsa Benavides. Andrea
Reitan and Coach Durward Stell.
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Lent and Antionette Valencia. Second Row: Ramona Martinez, Lisa Vigil, Suzanne Rapagnani,
Christine Whitefield. Missy Archibeck, Sandy Bennett and Renee Mangano. Back Row: Sherry
Barrett, Rhonda Grendmeyer, Val Grover. Coach Gil Story. Tammy Spring, Christie Barrett and
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EHS vs RGHS
This year was not used for rebuilding the baseball team, because CHS
the team was already loaded with twelve seniors. There was one WMHS
junior and one sophomore, these were the only two non-seniors on
the team. Not only were they good baseball players. but their aca-
demic accomplishments were outstanding. One of the key players
this year was Jerome Gomez. He put in a lot of time last season as a
designated hitter. Other players who were counted on were Gavin
Gonzales. Brian Buckley. Steve Sheldon and Dennis Trujillo. Coach
Moon was pleased with the team and believed shortstop Gavin Gon-
zales was one of the best shortstops in the state this year.
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The Varsity Baseball Team was: Front Row: Brian Buckley, Scott Trotter, Steve Sheldon. Jerome Gomez and
Mike Royce. Second Row: Coach Jim Johns. Mike Haight. Darin Burton. Gavin Gonzalez. Steve Hueter and
Coach Bill Piskorski. Third Rowx Coach Danny Moon. Bobby Erickson. Russ Alexanderson, Craig Cuthbert.
Tom Rihey, Dennis Trujillo and Coach Chris Corey.
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The JV Baseball Team is: First Rowx Jason Babb. Mike Prader, Rick Stulls, Lawerence Chaffen, Pat Garcia. David Spinks and Eric
Winemasler. Second Row: Coach Thomas, Mark Morris, Greg Smith, Scott Nelson. Kurt Hudges, Matt Wisely. Thomas Sanchez and Paul
The Freshmen Baseball Team IS First Row Rob Woods Bret Coreland, Frank Thomlisn. Brad Schefer, Greg Russle. Scott Quiring and Kash
dy Craig Alex Kuhn, Jeff Wilson. David Burton. Joel Schearer and Coach Corey.
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Freshmen Baseball Ran It Gut.
The .l.V. Baseball Team was supported by fourteen enthusiastic players this
year and led by Coach Thomas. The team had many returning players. The
iuniors provided the needed leadership for the sophomores who found them-
selves on their first year of J.V. baseball. Lawerence Chaffen was an outstanding
team member who incredibly played for both JV and Varsity. When enthusiastic
attitudes, hard working coaches and ambitious players were combined. a good
team was formed.
Coach Corey guided fourteen freshmen through their first year of high school
baseball. The team put a lot of pressure on their opponents with their aggressive
playing. The boys tried hard and had a rewarding season, both physically and
Front Rowx Dan Holten. Billy Fudge. Steve Aguilar. Darrell Mummert. Robbie Bockie and Kevin Baker.
Second Row. Steve Stocking. Chris Lamb. Dan Royce. Jason Welch. Sheldon Stanhope. Todd LeCesne
and Rusty Ray. Third Row: Coach Neal. Ken Zimmerman. Steve Brawley. Tom Eckert. Jim lehner. Bob
Benelle and Robert Harvey. Back Row. Andy Gallanos. R.J. Coronado. Keith Webb. Larry Crosby, David
Bowman. Todd Klein. Scott Latham. Duane Sinclair. Coach Pace and Coach Neibauer.
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During the early days of Spring,
the Eldorado Boys Track Team was
found on the field, practicing for
both track and field events. Hours of
practice in pole vaulting. long jump-
ing. sprinting and long distance run- ...D
ning led to a successful season for '
the team. Although the runners com-
peted against the clock, an air of to-
getherness was seen at the Spring
Sports Assembly. Each member of the
team was striving for the same goal.
to form the best track team in the
state. Coaches Neibaur. Neal and
Pace were proud of this year's hard , .fr LX'-
working team. ln one word. as stated
b , , Front row: Jeff Mitchell. Phil Dickeys, Scott Greenway. Larry Fairchild. Mark McCollister, Dwayne Smith. Jason
Y lumor' Danny Holton' the team Greene and Alan Casaus, Jay Dahlma, Sean House and Doug Lohr. Third row. Doug Stalgren. Jeff Vance. Dallas
was udedicatedfn Orndorff. Joe Gallegos, Phillip Molar. Heath Crabtree. Dion Gallant. Sean Brown, Joe Crelser and Eric Bickel. Back
row: Coach Neibauer. Terrence Stith. Mike McBride. Ty Fraley. Mark Goldblum. Dirk Weddle. Shawn Mulligan.
Micheal James Rogers, Eric Saberhagen and Rob Shaver.
Members were: Front Row: Tara
King. Dee Dee Bazan, Monique
Ecker. Michelle Kay. Jennifer
Franklin. Beth Doherty. Marie
Schmidt, Anna Lauria. Kristen Wil-
liams, Lois Raska, Katie Patrick and
Angela Johnson. Second Row: Gay-
lynn Johnson, Shelly Schmidt, Lisa
Gill, Jennifer Huffman, Beth Col-
lins, Laura Wolf, Jenny Farrel. Tan-
ya Florance. Dawn Halvorson, Ali-
sha King, Lotta Salen, Kim Lunstra,
Lori Ray and Lori Ingram. Third
Row: Christine Harper, Rosie Coro-
nado, Christina Williams, Dawn
Sterk, Bridgette Sparlin, Michelle
Poteat, Teri Florence, Cheryl
Guenther, Lisa Barns, Karen Pitts
and Cheryl Bennett. Fourth Row:
Tracy Risberg, Teri Hadley, Mi-
chelle Hash. Valerie Field. Kim
Saunders. Melissa Vasquez. Brenda
Gutierrez, Celina Hime. Elizabeth
Jonson, Jenny Furne and Kahri
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The l984-85 Eldorado Girls Track
Team started their season out very
competitively by taking first place at
the Indoor State Invitational. The
head coach was Jim Knob, and the
assistants were Sally Marquez, Sherri
Teeter and Sue Qualls. Last year the
team finished second in state and
missed first by two and a half points.
The '84-'85 season was very promis-
ing said coach Knob. There were sev-
eral returning State Champions and
or top returning individuals.
Returning were Teri Florence in
the IOO-200m run and the long jump
champions Cheryl Guenther. the
300m hurdle qualifier: Alshia King.
the 300m hurdler and I600m qualifi-
er: Tanya Florence, relays and I0Om
run: and Carmen Richardson ran the
ISOO, l600 and the 3000m relay.
Also, Carolyn Johnson and Bridgette
Sparlin ran the relays, and the 400m
and long jump. Coach Knob, as well
as the track teams throughout the
New Mexico School System, viewed
the Eldorado runners as extremely
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Carley. Ricky l4I
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Carlson. Mary I25.235
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Caslas. Thomas 30.6l.270
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Colvin. Kevln 63
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Cook. Ronald 63.275
Cook. Stephen I26.225.275
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Copeland. Krlsten I26
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Corballs. Christopher I26
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Corley. Beth l26
Corley. Rebecca Lynns IGI
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Coronado. Rosalind 63.295
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Cox. Jesse I26
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Cumbers. Charles 64.255
Curl. John I49
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Dambrlno. Beatrlce 27I
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Darsey. Karen 30.64.266
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Davles. Lesley I69
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Davls. Kenneth I49
Davls. Kevln H9
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Davls. Mlchael 64,276
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Davls. Renee 30.64.246
Davls. Susan 149.320
Davis. Tammy I4B
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Davy. Marc 42.64.2I0
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Devries. ll Christian I69
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Dlekson. Leslie I27
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Dletz. Alysa. 230
Dlgratla. Dlna 65,220,259
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Dlllon Wayne I49.2I2
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Dirks. Kristi 65.20
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Donahoo. Michael I49.272
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Dugan. Anita 66.259
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Freebum. Wendle l70,224
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Fronterhouse. Wendy 69
Frye. Scott 33.34.69
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Fuleher. Darren 69
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Furaus. Mark l70.224.276
Fume, Jennlfer 236.295
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Gabel, Nicole I70
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Gage, Valerie l64.I70,224
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Galey, Reld ISI
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Gallegos. Pam l70.24l
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Garcla. Robin 6l,23I
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Garnand, Dorothy I29
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Gamer. Stacey I70
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Glsh, Steve I29.2B2
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Glover. Tybi ISI.320
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Henry, Mlchael 73
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Herman. Donna 73
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Hoffman. Karen I72
Hoffman. Tlffany I72,224
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Hole, Kevln 40,l72
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Huffman. John 75,259
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Hutchinson. Scott lS3.272
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Jackson, Julle I72
Jackson, Monlca I72,230
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Jackson, Sherry 222
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Jeffrey. Michelle 30.75
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Jenklns, Todd l72
Jennlngs. Stacey I3I.242
Jensen. Karen 76
Jensen. Richard I3I
Jensen, Shelley IS3
Jepson, Jason I3I
Jeter. Tlffany 76
Jewell, Bobby I3I.272
Jewell. Georgeanne 76.260
Jimenez. James l3I
Jogglns, Leslie 220
Johns. Lesley 76
Johnson. Angela 295
Johnson. Cameron I53
Johnson. Chrls I3I
Johnson. Christy l3I
Johnson. Clinton l3l
Johnson. Craig I72
Johnson. Dawn 26. 2I. 46,
53. 76. 220, 224, 223.
Johnson. Gaylynn 75.295
Johnson. George 22I
Johnson, Jeff IS3
Johnson. Johnny I72
Johnson, Kelly 75,224
Johnson. Kent 75.255
Johnson, Lance IS3
Johnson, Mark l3I
Johnson. Mlkeal 78
Johnson. Robert IS3
Johnson. Robln I3I.27I
Johnson. Shelley 76
Johnson. Shellle 33,l3I
Johnson. William I73
Jolley, Robert l3l
Jones, Brlan 30.76.223
Jones. Coltolt. l53,255
Jones. Ellxabeth 30.76
Jones. Erlc I73
Jones. Holly I53.232,23S
Jones. Kristi 77,240
Jones. Michele ISI
Jones. Mike IS3
Jones. Paul 3I.I73.223
Jones, Paul 77
Jones. Peter 77
Jones, Shelbl l3l,222.236
Jones, Sheldon 77
Jones, Stephen 77.224
Jonke. Karen IS3
Jordan, Chrlstlna 77
Jordan. Mlke IS3
Jorgensen. Janlne 77
Jump, Jeff I3I.2S6
Junker. Susan 77
Junker. Tlm I73
Kahler. Barton I73
Kakos. Chrls I53.272.256
Kalat, Karen l3l.26S
Kalen. Krlstl l53.222.22S
Kamm. Klm IS3
Kaplan. Mlchael 77,223
Karl. Tammy I73
Karl, Vlekl I53
Karns. Michelle 77
Kassa. Jeanine I3I
Kassa, Joe 22I
Kat, Comelis 7I,23I
Katz. Nell l73
Kaup. Stephanle 30,79
Kays. Davld I73
Kays. Deanna 79
Kays. Mlchelle I3l,295
Kefauver. Rick IS3.224
Keller, James l3l.IS3
Kemm. Leslie 7I
Kenney. Robert 7I
Kern. Robert l53,253
Ketner. Tracy I3I,2S6
Key, Doug l53,22I,272
Klllgore, Krlstln 7I,223
Kllln, Trlpp I73.224.232
Klm, Genle l3l
Klm. Joon 44. I64. I73.
242. 245. 234
Kim. Julle l73.220
Klm, Voun Mee
Klmball, Dlane I73
King. Allsha 78,265,295
Klng, Camllle l73,320
Klng. Glorla 26, 2l. 33. 78.
Klng. Kash l3I,2S6,293
Klng. Stephen IS4.224
Klng. Tara lS4.24I.26S,29S
Klngery. Shatvn l3I
Klnnunen, Mlke l3l
Klnsey. Craig IS4,230
Klpp. Andy IS4
Klpp. Jennlfer l73.200
Klrby. Janls I54
Klrsten. Henny l52
Klammer, Erlc 44, 7I. 227.
232.237, 240. 24I
Klammer, Klm l32.232.235
Kleln. Todd 225,264,294
Kleven. Chrlstle l73.260
Kleven. Elalne lS4.260
Knaack. Susan 79,220
Knackstedt, Chrls I54,264
Knauer, Sabrlna 242
Knlght. Mlchelle I54.222
Knlghton. Brian I73
Knlghton. Kevln I32.240
Knutson. Erlc I54
Knutson, Erle l32,222,253
Knutson, Krlsten 79
Kochls, Matt I73
Koenlgsberg, Kerry I73
Koffler. Evan I54
Kohlman. Mary I73
Kolek. Donnle I32
Kolman, Jeff I32,224
Korthank. Amy l73.242
Kosel. Trlsha I32
Kotzen. Allcla l54,224,2I6
I 184.108.40.206 I l.320
Kouacs. Jonathan l73
Kourkomells. Jerry 79
Koury. Elleen I54
Koury. leslle 79
Koury. Peter I73
Kovacs. Jonathan 222
Kraft, Heldl 79
Kraleck. Jason 79
Kraus, Barble I54
Kraus. Debble I32
Kraus, Mlcahel 79
Kraus, Steve I73
Kravetz. Sherry I73
Krenz, Hunter 79
Krenz. Noel I73
Kuhfeldt. Krlstlne 79
Kuhl. Donnie I32
Kuhn, Alex 293,256
Kullgotvskl. Kate 223.224
Kunstadt, Chrlstopher I73
Kurls. Lynda 79
Kuxemka. Justin IS4.2I0
Labonte. Kelly 79
Lacey, Laura I0
Lafler, Donald I32.256
Lambert. Jason I54
Lambros. Julle 30.I0
Lamport. Kelly I73.230
land. Gary I73
Landells, Victoria lS4,275
Landis. Pamela I73
Landrettl, Todd I0
lang. Karo I32
l.ang. Jennlfer I73,230
Langley, Jennlfer 22l
lankes. Kimberly I32
Lara Jr. Jlmmy l73
laroche. Darrell I73.224
Larsen. Lalnle lS4.22I
Larson, Erika I73
vlatham. Eugene I0.224
Latham, Scott I 54,256,294
Lavigne, Michael I74
Lawlor. Kerry I0
latvrence, Duane I73
Lawrence. Heather I74
Lawrence, Shari l54,24I
layton. lorl I54
Lauuera. Laura I74
leach, Debra I0,220,23l
LeCesne, Todd 26. 2I, 4l,
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Lechner. Brian I32,225
Lee, Alan 39, 3I. 45, I0,
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Lechner. llrian l32.225
lee. Alan 30. SI, 45. I0.
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lee. Chrlstlan I0
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lehner. James l0.294
lehner. Mlchael l32.236
Leighton. Stacey Il.266
Lelschner, Jeffrey I54,275
Lent, Krlsta lS4,26l,2II
Leon. Efren l32.224.2I2
Leonard. Tracy l54.242
Leporl. Jeffrey I32.222.22I
Lerch. Robert l74,2S6
letz. Terl l74,224
Lewis. Carrle l32
Letvls. Jason l32
Letvls. Marc l32,256,2I2
Leyba, Robert I32
Leyva. Crystal I32
Liebhaber. Yavette I32
lllley. Angela l74.235.239
lllly, Jennlfer II.320
Llncoln. Douglas 22I
Lindsey. Ray l32
Lines. John I54
Llnn, Cralg l32.222
Linn. Rodman I54
linnerooth. Susan I32.236
Llsle, Jessle lS4.272
Llst, Dawson. I74
Llttell. James I32
Little. Nancy I74. 224. 230
Llttleford. Eric I74.276
lltlleton. Wllliam l32.272
Lltts. Tracy l32
Llu. Tlm I74
llverman. Stan Il
Lloyd. Sean l54.225
Lockhart. Kenneth I54
Lockwood, Scott Il
Lockwood, Sltatvn l32,222
Lodato, Dlno l74.22I
loera. Gllbert I74,2I2.244
logson, Mark Il
Lohr. Douglas I54,294
Lohse, Sloan I54
Long. Stefanie l32.224
Longstreet, lesley I32
Longstreet. Robert I74
Lopez. Adrlan l32,2S6,2I2
Lopez. Darlene I74
Lopez. Joe Il.223,225
Lopez, Kalln I54.232,235
Lopez, Mark I32.236
lopez. Rosalee I74
Lopez. Steven I54,22S
Lopez, Tomas l32.225.276
Loss, Mark IS4
Lovell. Angela l32.l54.222
Lovell, Todd ll
Lotvell, Jeffrey I74
lovlery, Patrlck I74
lotvther, Danlel II,220
lucero. Alben I74
Lucero. Nancy II
lueero. Peter l74.222
Lucero. Randy I2
Lucero, Reylynne I54
Lucero. Vletor I54
Ludvrlck. Mlchele I74
Lulso. Denlse I2
Lulan. Dlana I54
Lullie, Rlchard I2
Luna. Carrle ISS
Lundberg, Brlan I2
Lundberg, Sheryl l55.242
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Lux. David 224
Lux. Stephen l2.224
Lynch, Trlcla I32.245
Lyons. Monlca I2
Maass, Erlc I2,2S5
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Mabry. James I32
Mabry Jr., Jaek l32
Mac Gllllvray, Kellle ISS
MacAlllsfer. Krlstlne l2.22I
MacAuIay, Sara I33
MacCurdy, Kimberly I74
Mack. Angellque ISS,222
Mack. Merrle l74.222
MacMlllan, Marlln ISS
MacMillan, Pamela l33.224
MacMllllan, Ross I74
MaeNab. Colleen I33
Maddox, Donnie 3I.I2.222
Maddox, Stephanle 133
Madole, Geoffrey l55.224
Madrld. Tammy I74
Maes, Kimberly l2,242,24S
Maes, Monlco IJ3
Maes, Theodore lSS,320
Maestas. Domlnlc I74,24S
Maez. John I74
Magee. Ansel I33
Mahar, Robert l55
Maher, Franclne I33
Mahon. Thomas I74
Mahoney. Joyce I2
Mahoney, Patrlck l74,224
Malnzer, Danlel I2.2I4
Malka. Robert l33.222
Malcolm. frederlek I3
Malcolm. Heather I33,236
Malcolm. John I74
Mallnovrskl. Carolyn ISS
Mangan, Lesley I33
Mangan. Gaelano ISS
Mangum, Roger l5S
Mann, Katherlne I33,242
Mannlx, Gregory I74
Mannlx, Mlehele I74
Marehese, Louls ISS
Mares, Anthony I74
Mares, Anthony I3
Mares. Mark I2
Mares, Michelle ISS
Margo, Carol I74
Margo. Jo l33
Marie, Dean l33,272
Marietta, Erlc I74,230
Markham, Kelly I3
Marks, Jennlfer l74,224
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Marks, Ryan l33.272
Marks, Sherry l5S.230
Marler, Phllllp 2I2,294
Marquex. Denny l74,224
Marra, Mlchael I3,224,2SS
Marsh, Gregory I74
Marsh, Jeff l55.24I
Marlln, Amy l75
Marlln. Jennlfer l74,224
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Marlln. Kelth I55,27S
Martln. Leslle ISS
Martln, Thomas l55
Martlnes, Anlolnette I3
Martinez. Bradley I3,224
Martinez. Danlel l55.222
Martlnez, Daryl I33
Martlnex. Elvlta I3
Martlnex, Gabrfel ISS
Martlnez. Jeff l5S.2S6
Martinez. Joann I3
Martlnet. Katrtna I3
Martinez. Lollta I3
Martlnez. Lorl Ann l75.22I
Martlnex. Nancy l55.250
Martlnez. Paul I4
Martlnez. Ramona l33.2II
Martlnex. Renee I33
Martlnet. Rlchard IS5
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Mason. Christopher l75
Masoncup. Crystal l75
Mastln. Kathryn lT5
Mastln. Sherl I33
Maszk. Krlstl l74
Malta. Davls I4.220
Mauderly. Jennlfer I33
Mauderly. Laurie I74
Maull. Julle 4014.220
Maxon. Eric I4.224
May. Debra I75
May. Douglas I33
May. Mlchael l33.2I2
May. Llnda I75.230
Mayor. Davld I55
Mayor John l33.2I2
Mayor. Mlchael I4.25B
Mc Eacherrt. Denlse l75
McAllister. Darren I74
McAnally. Anna I75
McAtee. Toni I55
MeBeth. Gregory ITS
McBrIde. Brldget lS5.230
McCaffery. Charles I33.236
McCaffery. Jamera I4.2I4
McCall. Mellssa l55.230
McCallum. Maureen I4
McCarson. Erlc 30.I5.222
McCarson. Grant I55.222
McCllntlc. Mlchelle I5
McClIntock. Matthew l75
McCloskey. Danlel I33
McClure, Brent ITS
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McCoy. Michelle I55
MeCrea. Grace I33.236
McCutcheon. Brian I33
McDermott. Shawn I33
McDonald. Hope l33.220
McDonald. Kelll I5.224
McFadden. Cameron I33
McFadden. Cydne I75.22I
McGee. Christine I55
McGee. Mark l75
McGee. Mlke l33
McGeorge. Mlchael I33
McGlll. Gerald I55
McGlnnes. Wendy l33.236
McGlrk. Davld 259
McGovern. Eric I55.222
McGrath. Timothy l75
McGregor. Bonnle I34
McGulIl. Maura I5
McKeen. Deran ISI
McKeever. Brian l34.2I2
McKeever. Krlstln I5
McKlnIey. Charles l34.256
McLellan. Brian I75
McMlllan. Pam 223
McNellI. Eric I34
McPhee. Lisa I6
McRae. Jeremy I34
McShane. Michael I5.270
McVay. Aaron I34
McWhIrter. Wllllarn I34
McWilliams. Jason ITS
Meanza. Catherine l56.223
Medlna. Karin l56.265
Medlock. Geneen 4l.I5
Medlock. Jeremy l34.256
Meese. Vernon I56
Melendez. Mlchaellne I34
Mellne. Dan l75
Mellne. Ronald 30
Mellos. Mlchelle I75.262
Meloche, Mark I5
Melzer. Klmberly I34.223
Mendelzon. Adam I56
Mendez. Mallsa I34
Merrell. Jason I56.224
Metler. Bryan I34
Metz. Kyle 42.l75.2I0
Mewhinney. Greg I56
Meyer. Dawn I34
Meyer. Mlchael lS6.256
Meyer. Stacy IG
Mlchalscheck. Scott I34
Michelson. Eric lT5.255
Mlcltey. Donald I56
Mlcltey. John 30.IT5
Mldklff. Peter 230
Mlkatarlan. Jeffrey 36.224
Mllanovlch. Rudolph I6
Mlles. Jason I34
Mlles. Matthew l75.24l
Mlller. Crystal I34
Mlller. Frank I6
Mlller. Jana I34
Mlller. Peyton I34
Mlller. Shannon I6
Mllls. Mllus I75
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Mlnero. Amy I34
Mlnnlclt. Todd I56
Mlstretta. Lisa I6.2lI
Mitchell. Jeffrey l34.294
Mltchell. Margaret I56,24I
Mitchell. Marlory I6.230
Mltchell. Stephanle I56
Moberg. Matthew I34
Moesser. Merrllee I34
Molde. Stacl l75
Mollna. John l34.232.235
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Monroe. Lawrence I56
Monroe. Myles lI4.2I4
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Montoya. Joseph I34
Montoya. Natalle I76
Montoya. Richard I76
Moon. Karey I34
Moore. Craig l34.222
Moore. Lester I56
Moore. Patrick I34.222
Moore. Scott I34.2I2
Moore. Seana 26. 2I. 30.
53. I7. 229,320
Moore. Sonia 235.239.24l
Moore. Steven I56.222
Moore. Tammy I7.232.235
Moran. Robert 222
Moreno. Ellzabeth I7.220
Morga. Brlan l34.2I2
Morga. Tyron I7
Morga. Vlcltl l34.236
Morrls. Crescentla I7
Morrls. Davld I75.225
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Morrls. Martin l34.224.2I4
Morrls. Melissa l34.230
Morrls. Shelley l34.262
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Morrow. Jeffrey I34
Moss. Devln I75.230
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Moss. Lesley I7
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Moxey. Mlchael I56
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Nagel. Nancy l35
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Nelson. Mark l35
Nelson. Peter II
Nelson. R Scott I76
Nelson, Ronald l56
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Nunley. Joseph I76
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Oberkampf. Marnl l76.253
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OBryan. Erln l35
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Olson. Kimberly I9
OMara. Terry I9.259
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ONelll. Matthew I35.275
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Ortlz. Krlstlne 90.220
Ortlz Ill. Romeo I35
Osterland, Mellssa 225
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Otero. Robert I76
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Ouellette. Brian I35.256
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Overton. Lorl l35
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Owen. Jennifer l57.24l
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Padilla. Joseph 255
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Parra. Israel I76
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Pale. Steven I76
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Richard. Jennlfer I77.220
Richardson. Mlchael ISI
Rlchmond Jr.. Ray l36,276
Rlclrert. Rhonda 93
Rldenour. Teresa I77
Rldens. Ricard l77.22l
Rlder. Davld ISI,272
Rlder. Kevln 94,222,225
Rldesatthedor, Faye 94.220
Rlffe II. Larry 94
Rlley. Robert l3I
Rlley. Stephen I5I.2I2
Rlley. Todd I37,222.290
Rlney. Thomas 30.94.229
Rlordan, Cindy l37.262
Rlsberg. Deborah 94,225
Rltter, Launl I37
Rlvera, Dalvd 33.39.94
Rlvera, Joseph 94
Rlvera, Lucla 94
Rlvera. Marla 33,34,l77
Rlvera. Matthew I77
Rlvera, Sandy I37
Rlvers. Tanya 44,l23,l 37
Roberta, Damian l5I.2l2
Roberts, John ISI
Roberts. Laurle 94
Robertson. Quinn l37.27S
Roblnson, Erick I5I,245
Robinson, Melanle I37
Rocha. Mlchael ISI
Rocheleau, Brett 94
Rodrigues, Mlchael lS8,222
Rodrlguez. Mllte 225
Roe, Davld lSI,2S6,2I2
Roettlng. Mlchelle ISI
Rogers. Mlchael 294
Rohr, Keith I37
Romac. Robert 253
Roman, Patrick I37
Romero. Kenneth ISI
Romero, Lee Ann I37.2S0
Romero, Mark I7I.24l
Romero, Steven 95
Rose, John 234
Rose. William l37,235
Rose, Jory 33.9S,3l2
Rose, Paul I37.222
Rosson. Thomas ISI
Roswell, Jason 255
Rouswell. Jason I37
Rowlette, Chrlstlna I37
Rowson, Mlchael ISI
Royce, Mlchael 95,290,255
Royce. Patrlck I7I.25S,270
Rubln, Klersten lSI.2S0
Rubio. Vincent 4I.9S.22I
Rude. Karl I37
Rudolph, Meg 9S.24I
Rupe, Robin I54.I7I
Russell, Brlan 3I
Russell, Gregory l37.293
Russell, Kurt ISI.2S3
Russell. Wllllam ISI
Ryan, Patrlck l37,2S6
Ryder. Jeffery I37.222
Ryzman. Lara l7I.220
Saavedra. James ISI
Saberhagen, Erlc lSI.294
Saberhagen, Jlll lSI,230
Sablsch. Mlchael I7I
Sacco, Sally ISI
Sader. Reanna 225
Safler, Jassmine lSI,275
Safler. Seth I37
Sahlen. lotta 36, 37, 95.
224. 23l. 295,320
Sala, Kimberly 9S,24I
Sals, Todd ISI.282
Salz, Mellssa ISI
Salas. Richard ISI.2S6
Salazar. Gabriel l37.253
Salazar. John I37,25I
Salazar. Marigene 30
Salazar. Paul I37
Salazar. Randy 95
Salazar. Tommy I37
Salge, Amy l37.236
Salge, Thomas l7I.276
Sallie. Jane I37
Salo, Jennifer 95
Salo, Stacy I7I
Salyer. Christine 95
Salyer. Jimmy 95
Samosom, Michael IS9
Sanchez, Barbara 223
Sanchez, Christine l78
Sanchez. Debra I7I
Sanchez. Eddie 96
Sanchez. Erlc I37,236,264
Sanchez. Jeremy IS9
Sanchez. Mark 4I,I7I.22l
Sanchez, Matthew 96
Sanchez. Melltsa IS9
Sanchez. Natalle l78
Sanchez. Stephan IS9
Sanchez. Thomas 293
Sandell. JIII IS9.232,23S
Sanderson, Erica IS9
Sanderson, Erln 53,96
Sanner, Jay I7I
Santana, Jennifer I37
Santangelo, Joanmn I7I
Sanzarl. John I37
Saran. Dennls IS9
Sartaln. Shelly I37
Sauer. Gretchen IS9
Sauer. Heldl IS9
Sauer, Mlchael 96,235,237
Savage. Davld 222
Savage. Ethan 96
Savage. Mlssy I7I
Sawyer. Davld I37.2S6
Saxey, Danette 242
Saya, Janet lS9,224,22I
Sayles, Maynard 96
Scahlll. Patrlck IS9
Schaberg, Kenneth I37
Schaefer. Mlchael l37,2S5
Schafer. Bradley I37.293
l65, I 7I.224.22I
Schlegel, Troy lS9.224
Schlelsman. Donald 95
Schllchtlng. John I37
Schmldt. Brian IS9
Schmidt, Clndy 96
Schmidt, Marie 295
Schnabel. Rlck l7I
Schnetzer, Marie 96
Schnltzler, Paula IS9.262
Schreyer, Howard I7I
Schultz. Brad 97
Schultz, Christopher II7
Schumer, Ivy I3I
Schutxberger, Leigh IS9
Schwanke, Cristy I3I.224
Schwed. Nancy 97
Schwelghardt, Lorl IS9
Schwerln. Mellssa I3I
Sclblor, Denlse 30.39.97
Scott, Clndy 97
Scott. Deslree 97
Scott. John IS9.222.224
Scott. Mary 97
Scott. Reno IS9
Sears. Guy I7I
Seegers. Alben I3I
Seegers. Kimberly IS9
Sego, Lenna 97
Selgenthaler, Lara I3I
Self, Paul 26. 29. IM. I7I,
Sena. Leslle IS9
Settecerrl, Robert I3I
Shafto. Mary 97.220
Shamplne, Allan lS9.223
Sharkey, Brlan IS9
Sharp. John I3I
Sheldon, Crystalln IS9
Sheldon, Steve 30.97.290
Shelton, Leslle I3I
Shenk, Karen l59,27I
Sherwood. Rick IS9
Shlplel. Jerrod I3I
Shlpp, Krlstan lS9,224
Shlsler. Wllllam 97
Shomaker, Jack I79
Shopteese, Anthony IS9
Short, Pamela 97
Shuford. Leslle l3I
Shultls, Kara 252
Shultz, Davld I3I.253
Silva, Beatrice I3I.236
Sllva. Lisa l3I,224.22I
Sllvestro. Lynne 99
Slmmons. Kory 223.292
Slmon, Llsa l7I,232,237
Slmonds, Jennlfer l3I
Slmpson, James I3I
Slms. Elleen I7I.242,24S
Slms, Leslle I7I
Slnclalr, Duane 294
Slsneros. Antanya lS9.242
Slsneros. Chrlstlne IS9.22I
Skelton. Rlchard I7I
Sklba, Luellen IS9
Skinner, Taml l59,224.253
Slater, Llsa I7I
Sloan. Walter I3I
Sluder. Llsa lS9.27S
Smallwood. Joel IS9
Smart. Carl I3I
Smatana, John 9I
Smlset. Scott l59.240
Smlth, Angela IS9.2I4.320
Smlth, Catherlne 9I
Smlth, Chad 93
Smlth, Dwayne I3I.2l2,294
Smlth, Glna 9I
Smith Gregory I59,293
Smlth, J l7I.220
Smlth, Jennlfer I3I,275
Smlth, Jlmmy l3I
Smlth, Klmberly 9I
Smlth, Larry I3I
Smlth, Laura 33,9I
Smlth, Leslle 9I,266
Smlth, llsa IS9
Smlth, Marla 9I
Smlth, Mark I7I.270,272
Smlth, Mlchael I7I
Smlth, Mlchael 3l3
Smlth, Paula l7I,232,23S
Smlth, Sharl 30.9l
Smlth, Stacl 9I
Smlth, Sylvla 224
Smlth, Tracy 22I.262
Smlth, Troy I60.2I2
Smlth, Vlctor I3I
Snyder. Heather l7I.2I4
Snyder. Richard l60,272
Soriano, Alfredo l3I
Solo. James l60,256
Soto, Julle 99
Souter. Juan l3I
Spalding, Jennlfer I3I
Spalsbury. Matthew I7I
Spear, Robert l60,270.272
Spencer. Madalene l3I
Spencer. Richard I7I
Splnks. Davld l60.293
Splnlts, Steve I79,2S6.2l0
Spooner. Cralg 99
Sposato, Joseph I60
Spranger, Anne 36, 37,
I79, 23I, 253, 3lI.320
Sprlggs, Steve I79
Spring. Kelly 99.220
St.George, Mlchael 99
Slabley. Davld 99,225
Stabley. Donald l3I
Stadlander. Joel I3I
Stafford, Danlel l60
Staller, Heather I60.230
Stamm. Robert l3I,236
Standlng. Andrea 222
4I,99.l I l.2SS.294.3 I 3
Stanlelt, Alexis l60,320
Stanley. Barbara 99,232,235
Stanley Jr.. Allen I79.
Stansbury, Garland 99
Stapleton. Kelly I79
Steckbauer, Susan I39
Steed. Mona l60
Stephens, Anthony I79.24I
Stephens, James I3I
Stephens. Johnny l79,2S6
Stephenson. lee l3I
Stepp, Melanle I79
Sterk. Dawn I60. 268.295
Sterosky. Gregory I00,
Steroslty. Klrstln l60.2S0
Stevens, Georgia l3I
Stewart. Angle l64
Sllchman, Davld 3I,l 79
Stlgler. Wllllam l39
Stlh. Danlel l00
Stlh. Todd ISO
Stiles III. John
Stlley, Dawn l23.l39
Stlley, Shannon l00,23l
Stilwell. Joetta l79,235.239
Stllwell. Peter I60.232,23S
Stinson. Leanne IBO
Stlth, Terrence l39.272.294
Stock. Llnda l39
Stockebrand. Krlsta I79
Stocking. Kevln I39
Stofac. lelgh l60.224.22I
Stomp. Jennller l79
Stone. Brlan l39
Stone. Shane l60
Storer. Oulda l39
Stott. Chrlstopher I39.2S8
Stott. Steven I79
Stouffcr. Laura I39
Stout. Ellen I60
Stout. Greg 22l
Stout, Pamela I39
Strange. Laura l39
Strauch. Krlstln l79
Straus. Julle l79.230
Straus. Paul l00.l0i
Streater. Davld IOO
Stremsterfer. Stephen I39
Strohacker. Julle I39.224
Strohacker. Shella l60,23l
Strong. Suzanne 30.!l.l00
Stoud. Natalle I79
Sturve. Karl I79.23S.239
Stuart. Jeffrey I19
Stuart. llsa I39.236.27l
Stuart. Mary I19
Stueven. Mark I79
Stukas. Mlchael I79
Stults. Erle l'l9. 256.293
Stuyvesant. Jacob I79
Stuyvesant. Joshua I79
Suber. Kevln IOO
Suber. Mellssa 33.I60
Sulllvan. Chrlstine H9
Summers. Danelle J3.l79
Supensky. Matthew IBO
Surber. Barbara IO0
Sutherland. Karl I79
Sutln. Joshua I60
Swels. Maled I39
Tabet. James I60.224
Tabor. Roseann I00.220
Tafoya. Stanley l79
Talley. Veronica I!9.242
Talley. Wllllam I!9.2S6
Tanen. Mltchell I39
Tartaglla. Dlanna I79
Tartaglla, Leona l80.220
Tate. Carole I60.2'lS
Tawney. Rebecca I60,262
Taylor, Amy 42.IOI.259
Taylor. Christopher ISS
Taylor. Davld I0l.25S
Taylor, Joy I0l.259
Taylor. Melanle l0l
Taylor. Mlchael IS9
Taylor. Tracey l0I
Teltler. Bradley I0l
Teller. Chrlstopher ISS
Temple. Margaret ITB
Temple. Mlchelle I39.236
Tennyson. Robert I60
Thelander. Davld I60
Thles. Blake I60
Thomas. Llsa I4S.l60.224
Thomas. Mlchael I79
Thomas, Paul 34.l0I
Thomas. Roben ISO
Thompson. Aprll I80
Thompson. Chrlstlna I60
Thompson. Kelley I19
Thompson. Michael ISO
Thompson. Paul I79
Thornhlll. John IBB
Thomton. Cheryl IGI
Thornton. Ellen 4l
Thornton. Jay 4l. IOI,
22l. 2SS. 2l0.3I3
Thorson. Kurt l79
Threadgill. Davld I39
Thunberg. Erllt I79.224
Thunberg. Kurt I39.224
Thurber. Scott l0I
Tlpplng. Michael IGI
Tobin. Kelly I19.22I
Tolbert. Castle l6l.262
Toledo. Erlc I39.256
Tomllnson. Marla I6I.2S9
Tong. Allen ISS
Tonks. Thomas H9
Toops. John I39
Toops. Llsa I7B.242,24S
Torlna Jr.. Frank I39
Torres. Carlos l0l
Towne. Janet Ill
Towne. Jeffrey IGI
Townsend. Bary IGI
Townsend. Danette l0I
Tracy. Tlmothy I02
Tran. Manh IGI
Tran. Vu IGI
Traub. Jacob II2
Treslse. Darla l02.239
Trlano. Mellssa IS9
Trlssel. Laurle lil
Trotter. Chrlstlne IGI
Trotter. James l02.290
Truby. Jeffrey l40
Trucksa. Beth I40
Trucksa. Davld l6I.2S6
Trudo. Steven I40
Trullllo. Alex IGI
Trullllo. Llsa IO2
Turk. Mlchael I40.223
Turner. Edward H0
Turpln. Jason ll2.2S6
Twletmeyer. Robert l40
Tyson. Brlget l40.223.225
Tyson, Kerstl I40.225.23I
Uher. Michael II2
Ullar. Davld I40
Llllom. Davld 222
Ulshoffer. Llsa I6l.222
Llpshaw. Leslle !3.l4.I02
Urbassllt. Llsa Il2.224
Urlsh. Carolyn I02
Utterback. Sharon I6l
Vaclrca. Pstrlcla l6I.230
Valdez. Kenneth IGI
Valdez. Mlchelle IGI
Van Worley. Stephen l40
Vanblarlcom. Jana I40
Vance. Jeffrey I6I.224.294
Vanell. Cralg I40.225
Vanitten. Mary 30. 44.
I02. 210. 23l. 240.24l
Vanhom. Patrlck l40
Vargo. Llsa l40.22l
Varkalls. Mlchelle I02
Varoz. Daphne l02.220
Vasquez. Kelly Ann IGI
Vasquez. Mellssa l6I.2SS
Veltch. Thomas I40
Veltz. Stacl I40.26l.2ll
Velasquez. Debra 24I
Velasquez. Evawn l02
Verdela. Julle l6I.24l.27l
Vermllllon. James I03.224
Vlbrock. Valorle ll2
Vlerra. John II2
Vlgll. Llsa I40.26l.2ll
Vlgll. Randall II2
Vllla. Cllfford II2
Vlllalobos. Antonlo 256
Vlllane. Scott Il2.22l.320
Vlllella. Phllllp I40
Vlnson. Dan I03.25S
Vlscardl. Denlse I03.220
Vlscardl. Klmberly I40.22l
Vlttltow. Mlcheal IO!
Vlttltow. Illchard I40
Vleck. James l4l.224.2S6
Vlk. Julle I40
Vogel. Jennlfer IGI
Vogel. Laura J0.42.I03.2S9
Vogel. Susan I6l.2S3
Von Worley. Stephen
Voorhees. Matthew I4I
Voorhls. Nlcholas l4I.222
Voss. Sharon I6l.23I
Wade. Allcia l6I
Wade. Michelle l4l.2S0
Wadell. Krlstel I4I.236
Wadell. Lara I03.22I
Wagner. Gregory I4I
Walnwrlght, August IGI
Walker. Brian l4I.2S6.2l2
Walker. Krlsta l4I.230
Walker. Leah I4I
Wall. Craig lB2,24I
Wallace. Kimberly l6l
Walton. James 33.34.IOJ
Walton. Tanya I4I
Ward. Cameron I4l
Ward. Sherri I03
Ward. William I4I.224
Warner, Davld IDS
Warwick. Staci Il!
Wasko. Amy IOS
Watklns. Cllnton IGI
Watson. Kathy l04.224
Watts. Andrea ISI
wms. Kyle II2
Watts. Steve l04.224
Wauer. Dustin l4l
Weathers. Britt Il2.228
Weaver. Sean ll2
Webb. Amada ISI
Webb. Deanna Il2.22l
Webb. Keith l04.294
Webber. Heather I4I.222
Weber. Catherine l6I .224
Weldner. Stephanle l4l
Welgandt. Jennlfer I42
Welngartner. Erica l4I
Welr. Kevln l4l
Welch. Klm I04
Welp. Catherine I4I.236
Welp. John IO4
Wengert. Heldl 44 I82.
224. 230. 240. 2l4
Wente. Clara IGI
Werden. Kathryn IO4
Werner. Karl I62.2l6
Werner. Willlam 242
Wescott. Cllfford I62
West. Wendy Ill
Westad. Kevln ll2,272
Whaley. Karl I04
Whaley. Krlstl I4l
Wharton. Matthew IO4
Whitaker. Anne 242.245
Whlte. Barbara 30. 44. 53.
I04. l09. 230. 232.237
White. Danlel l4l.224
Whlte. Kella 24I
White. Mary I64. II2. IIS.
White. Warren I42
Whitefield. Kristen I62.2i3
Whltehead, Stacy ll3.276
Whltener. Stephanle l62
Whltewolf. Lance I42
Whltlng. Jeffrey l04
Whitmore. Wendy IOS.220
Whitney. Kenneth IOS
Wick, Mlchael I42
Widner. Nlcole l42.262
Wldner. Pamela l62
Wilall. Dlana l42.232.23S
Wllder. Donna lO5,255
Wildman. Laura Il3.2l!
Wilhelm. Susan IOS.220
Wilklnson, Kim I62.242
Willett. Cassandra I62
Wllllams. C Erin
Willlams. Charmelle I62
Wllllams. Clay l62.232
Williams. Deana 230
Williams. Gregory 26, 25.
38. I44. l4S. IS2.
Williams. James 44. 53.
IOS. 232. 237. 240. 24I.
Wllllams. Kirsten l42.235
Wllllams. Michael IOS
Williams. Robert l42.235
Wllllams. Scott I42,232
Williams. Scott. IB3.237
Wllliams. Steven ll3.256
Wllllamson. Colln l62
Wllliamson. Connle Il!
Willingham. Tara l62.262
Wlllls. Garner I42
Wlllls. Seth I62
Wllson. Angela I42
Wllson. Dana IS!
Wllson. Danielle ll3.220
Wllson. Frank I42
Wllson. Jeffrey I42,293
Wllson. John I42
Wllson. Kyle I42
Wllson. Marc I42.22l
Wllson. Matt I42.22S.272
Wllson. Michael ll!
Wllson. Mlchclle I42
Wllson. Terry E05
Wllt. Barry. l62
Wllt. James IOS
Wimberly. Brian Il!
Wlmmer. Joseph I62
Wlngert. D Michelle I42
Wlngfleld. Michael Il!
Winters. Nlel I42
Wlse. Curtls l04.222
Wlse. Dawn I62.222
Wlse. Jeff I83.222.25S
Wiseley. Matthew I62.293
Wiseman. Casey 2l6
Wltczak. Richard IOS
Wltkowskl. Jeffrey I42
Witte. Erika I23.I42
Wolcott. Thomas I42
Wolf. Jason ll3.276
Wolf. l.aura I62.2Gl.29S
Wolf. Mellnna ll3.220
Woll. David 213
Woltmon. Stephanle I42
Wonder. Brlan I42
Wonder. Llsa I06
Wong. Charles I42
Wood. Jack I06
Wood. Tanya I42
Woods. Mark I06.232.23S
Woodslde, Robert IIS
Workman. Cynthla IIS
Wrlght. Amy I62.223.224
Wright. Brian ll3.256.2l6
Wrlght. Davld l06
Wrlght. Jeffrey I42
Wright Mlehael I42
Wyman. Amy lB3.3ll.320
Ybarra. Susan I62
Yeager. Stephanle I42
Yeary. laura ll!
Yeazell. Sharl Il!
Young. Jason l42.222
Young, John I62.222
Young. Kelly I62.2S0
Young. Lee 44.lB3.24I
Young. Scott l06.2S9
Young. Steven I62,222
Yurlclc. Marla I06
Yusko. Robert I62.232.23S
Zaffery. Phillip l83.276
Zagar. Tlmothy l62.25G
Zbylut. Mark Il3.224
Zellner. Mellssa I42
Zerl. Connle I82
Zlllman. Suzanne IN
Zlmmennan. Kenneth 30.
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Zlnk. Kevln l42,294
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A iw' 12 '-7' Editor
One day at a time.
Editor: Seana Moore
Assistant Editors: Becki Canaday and Camille King.
Advisor: Wona Deverman
Honors Editor: Judi Baker s
Honors: Susan Davis. Jodi Furaus, Tybi Glover, and Alexis Staniek.
Seniors Editors: Toni Kotzen and Rebecca Passman. '
Seniors: Amy Wyman, Anne Spranger. Michelle Nudi. Jennifer Lilly. Lotta Sahlen.
and Barb Kashinski.
llnderclass Editors: Amy Hahn and Vickie Vasilion. .
Llnderclass: Ted Macs, Beth Collins, Scott Villane, Angela Smith. and Michelle
Faculty Editor: Theresa Garduno .
Faculty: Larry Brown. Traci Brannan. Nancy Little. and Ted Maes.
Student Life Editor: Larry Brown
Student Life: Jennifer Lilly, Barb Kashinski, Michelle Smith, Jodi Furaus, and Moni-
Organizations Editors: Barb Kashinski and Monica Wintheiser.
Organizations: Vickie Vasilion. Traci Brannan. Alexis Staniek, Tybi Glover. Chris
Dunkeson. Susan Davis. and Judi Baker.
Boy's Sports Editors: Amy Wyman and Lundy Windeck.
Boy's Sports: Beth Collins. Amy Hahn. Michelle Nudi. Rebecca Passman. Kathy
Schlichting, and Angela Smith.
Girl's Sports Editors: Nancy Little and Anne Spranger.
Girl's Sports: Theresa Garduno. Toni Kotzen, Lotta Sahlen. Kathy Schlichting. Scott
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Photoeraphers: Neil McBeth, Wona Deverman. Jer Deverman. Bill Bell Studios. and
the El ,Aguila Staff. , .
Herff Jones Representatives: Bill Smith and Campus Specialties.
Artist: Pat Trujillo
Special Credits: William Reid. Principal
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Pat Renken. Activities Director
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