Eldorado High School - Sunburst Yearbook (Las Vegas, NV)
- Class of 1980
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The Student Body Officers were: back row: Lynn Best, Treasurer,
Tammy Deon, Vice-President, "Herbie", advisor, Tomi Boss, Presi-
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HARD IN LINITING
Top left: Charla and Lynn take time out to smile at the
camera. Left: Ms. Herbst, advisor, gives Tami some last
minute into rmotion to discuss during formal meeting. Above:
Tammy helps Jayne put on her apparel for an Antique Pictu re.
This was one of the many activities sponsored by the Student
Eldorado's Student Body officers for l979 had a
busy year. lt is their task to turn Student Coun-
cil's and Eldorado student's ideas into exciting
and stimulating events. This is a difficult task
requiring planning, caution and foresight. Your
officers accomplished these things through
many projects. During the summer they began
plans for our Homecoming celebration which
was a smashing success. They sponsored two
Blood Drives and The Great American Smoke
Out as Community service projects. These offi-
cers also held a Teacher Appreciation Week in
support of our faculty. The Winter Carnival was
another successful school project. These student
leaders were always busy throughout the school
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flue Senior Class Officers who lead the Class of '80 in vurious
in livitiffa are Debbie Coates, Treosurerg Kim Styles, Preiirlmrg
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Barnett, Teri Belic, Sharon Bischoff, Robert Brittingham, Brittina Buckley, Sherri
Bartlett, Craig Berg, John Borja, LeVenne Brown, Catherine Bugher, Troy
Bass, Tami Berrelleza, Ruben Bowerman, Adam Brown, Robert Bushong, Corbin
Bates, Veronica Best, Lynn Brim, Jay Brunnell, Michele Buys, Clayton
Beckstead, David Best, Robert Brittingham, Britt Bryner, Mike Cain, Micheal
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VARIED MOODS REFLECT
Top left: l-leather ond Jill display their "better-side"? Top right: lden-
tical twins? Bottom left: Charla and Doug: The perfect duds! Bottom
right: Marci flirts with the cameraman. Opposite page: Top left: Kim
and Shawn pose in disco clothes. Center: Brenda and Liz prove that
seniors stick together. Top right: Willie grins for the camera on
Crazy Hot Day. Bottom left: Kelli, NeNe, and Karen capture atten-
tion on 50's day. Bottom right: Lani and Virginia show their stuff dur-
ing spirit week.
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Cannon, Anthony Carroll, Keith Clemons, Teresia Colbert, Kim Cook, Tammy Croninger, Linda
Carbullido, Keith Clark, William Clover, Cheryl Colbert, Lisa Coulston, Tony Crowder, Vickie
Cardinal, Randy Clarke, Michael Coates, Debra Coleman, Dennis Coyne, Mike Cryts, Virginia
Collins, Vickie Crane, Lance Curcio, Kathy
Cook, Jayne Cree, David Currier, Linda
Jackie Key smiles at the camera while working in the Counselors office,
THEIR FUTURE AFTER HIGH SCHQOL
Dabney, Bridget Dean, Tammy
Daniel, Mike Defelice, Chris
Daniel, Lana Delisle, Lisa
Darling, Tammy Dessaints, Charlene
Davis, Kim Diedrich, Laura
Ealy, Sanford Empey, Lonnie Finly, Pam
Edmunds, Jessica Everett, Herman Fisher, JoAnne
Elkin, Marie Everett, Terri Flores, Dolores
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Above: Eric Ray thinks before throwing a pass. Top right: Elsa and Tracy sing
"Lead Me On" at the Homecoming Dance. Below: Kelly Johnson poises joyfully
for the camera. Right: Elsa enjoys one of the greatest moments in a girl's life
with Mark. Bottom right: Special Moments also mean Special Friendships for
Sheri Buckley and Tammy Cook.
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Left: Merlin's Cleat finally returns home. Center: A special
friendship is shared between Eric and Maria. Below: Home-
coming King, Mark Kiser, shows his happiness to last year's
queen, Pam Huffman, as Queen Elsa Sanchez looks on. Bot-
tom Left: A very special moment is shared between Elsa and
Mark. Bottom right: Tim Reed shows "We're Number One" as
he completes a touchdown.
ENTHLISIASTIC SENIOR CROWDS PROMUTE
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Galtney, Lois Gutierrez, Max Hall, Sam Hamrick, Michael Heclcathorn, William
Gamage, James Hafen, Scott Hamblin, Christopher Hanlon, Angie Henderson, Patty
Gauthier, Joe Haire, Charles Hammond, Vanessa Harrington, Lee Hewing, Gary
Gress, David Harris, Terri Hewing, Ronitta
Gura, Tino Heath, Nancy Hicks, Patricia
Dolores, Donna, and Brenda run to the goal post after one of
the many touchdowns during the Homecoming game.
SLINDEVIL SPIRITAT GAMES A D ASSEMBLIES
Holmes, Matthew Hughes, David Hurtado, Al
Holmstrom, Robert Hunt, Diane Hymer, Courtney
Houghton, Diane Hunt, Donna Jackson, Cliff
Housner, Ka ren
Super Senior Spirit is displayed during
Jay, Cynthia Johnson, Tim
Johnson, Chorla Johnston, Karen
Johnson Dawn Jones, David
Johnson Rick Jopes, Robert
Johnson Rochelle Jordan, Jerry
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Homecoming '79 was indeed a special time for all seniors. A week
full of activities kept everyone going. Besides spirit week, there was
the lighting of the "E", royalty, pep assembly, returning alumni,
pre-game show, float contest, the dance, and ofcourse . . .the big
Above: The offensive line prepares for action as quarterback, Eric Ray, gives signals,
Right: Lynn Best shows her spirit while cheering for the Number One Team!
HOMECOMI G WAS A SPECIAL DAY SHARED
BY ALL SENIURS
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Top left: Kim and Gary patiently wait for the results of Royalty. Top right: The
theme for Homecoming '79 was "Lead Me On." Bottom left: The typical graduate,
as illustrated on the top ofthe senior float. Bottom right: Mark being crowned by
last years queen, Pam.
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Kiser, Mark Kuhn, Barbara Kyle, Julie Landeros, Maria Leathers, Heather
Larsen, Jackie Leavitt, Douglas
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The Varsity Band performs during half-time of Homecoming Game.
IN SUNDEVIL MARCHI G BA D
Neidermyer, Tammy O'Connor, Debbie Orozco, Lisa Owen, Don
Nelson, Vertonya Oestman, David Olney, Steve Payne, Walter
Norman, Jamice Oliver, John Outlaw, Angela Pearce, William
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Left: Donna Whitaker displays the many expressions of a
senior. Upper right: Jayme Lippard enjoys a book of senior
memories. Middle right: Cathy Brown expresses one of the
more pleasurable expressions in the lunch room. Bottom
right: These seniors are demonstrating some of the more
interesting but less intelligent senior expressions.
Upper left: Keith Carroll expresses the agony of defeat. Left center: Randy
Milroy, the expression of a star. Right Center: Kathy Curcio expresses
displeasure with the lunch fare. Lower left: Sharron Babcock expresses joy
with her art project. Center: Have you ever had a day when you were in the
dog house? Center bottom: Barry Baker expresses joy at his new photo
assignment, Lower right: Robyn, Marcie, and Danielle are seniors just han-
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Quinn, Lani Reed, Tim Richards, Richard Romero, Melba Rutledge, Cecila
Ray, Eric Reveleas, Maria Ritzke, Mary Ruesch, Karla Rutter, Nancy
Reed, Jeff Reynolds, Roy Ritzke, Theresa Ruesch, Ma rk Rutter, Shawn
Rushawitz, Cheryl Saenz, Gonzalo
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The Class of '8O's first-place float!
LIMBER ONE HOMECOMI G FLOAT
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Shanor, Debra Skarda, Kathie Smith, Barbara
Sheperd, Glenda Sloan, John Smith, Gareth
Shepherd, Larry Small, Steve Smith, Laura
Tiny Scrivens and David Stroffe hard at work on the Senior float.
SENIOR LIFE. . .
Top left: Tommy Deon ond Chorlo Johnson enjoy the thrill of the olden doys
Bottom left: Spirit Livesl Top right: Vicki Shah gives her opinion of the food
Bottom right: Oh! You sl'1ouldn't have! Excloirns Marlo Wore.
Top left: Hot's off to seniors ot E.H.S. Bottom left: "Anyone seen my
hook?" soys Chorlo, Below: Tim Morrill prepores for finol shock!
Bottom right: Senior guys woiting to be seated.
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THRQUGH HOURS OP HARD WORK
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Stott, Jody Taylor, Michelle Thurston, Margaret Tripp, Blane Turner, Tricia
Strossner, Mark Taylor, Renate Tippetts, Mike Tucker, Amy Varala, Dominique
Styles, Kim Taylor, Rita Tracy, William Turner, Mike Varala, Monica
Sutton, Timothy Thomas, Gwen
Switzer, Linda Thomas, Shelia
Chalermpol Sutthisanong makes use ofthe school library.
SENIORS REACH THEIR SCI-IOLASTIC GOALS
Warner, Shelley Whitaker, Donna Wilkerson, Jerry Young, Charlotte
Washington, JoAnne White, Shannon Williams, Rosemary Zeh, Jeff
Weber, Martha Willars, Terri Woodwork, Mike Zohner, Jill
Lee Scott studies diligently l?l along with other senior classmates.
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VALADI C TORIAN
ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OP 80
ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL'S CHAPTER OF
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HO OR SOCIETY
Eldorado's chapter of Honor Society is a member the
National Association of Honor Society. The purpose
and symbols of honor society and its members are
Service, Scholarship, Leadership, and Character. The
activities and projects ot Eldorado's chapter of Na-
tional Honor Society are geared and centered around
these qualities. They have helped many community
organizations in accomplishing these goals. They
also participated in Homecoming Activities and re-
ceived top honors with their decorated sundevil truck!
i979-80 Honor Society Officers are Brenda Klingonsmith, Trea-
surer, Rick Miller, Sgt, at Arms, Shaunna Morris, Secretary, Jackie
Key, Vice-President, Charla Johnson, Historian, and Lynn Best,
The I979-80 Honor Society members are Shaunna Morris, Mike
PeQueen, Rick Miller, Barry Seaver, Brucke Wilcox, Dawn Nuckles,
Jamie Daniel, Lynn Best, Angie Outlaw, Charla Johnson, Lillian
Baldwen, Liberty Pasquel, Crystal Grandgeen, Diane Folk, Brenda
Klingonsmith, Marleen Haskell, DeAnne Williams, Don Bracknille,
Russell Hunt, David Icer, and Jackie Key
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Eldorado High School has demonstrated a great
interest and involvement in The Arts. From the
very beginning of this school, Eldorado students
have had a wide course offering available to
them. In oddition to the customary art and crafts,
Eldorado offers additional art classes to give the
interested art student a wide variety of art experi-
ences. Eldorado offers basic design, design
crafts, textiles, art metals, jewelry, painting, and
commercial art. The art faculty of Eldorado are
enthusiastic and devote a great deal of time and
effort to improving the program at Eldorado and
advancing the skills of the student.
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The Performing Arts are a key ingredient to the success of Eldorado High
School. Eldorado has always had enthusiastic participation in the Sundevil
Band, Jazz Choir, Concert Choir, Girls Glee, Sounds of the Sun, Stage
Band, and Drama. Being involved in the Eldorado Performing Arts guaran-
tees the students that they will spend many long hours rehearsing and
practicing for that great moment: the performance. Eldorado performers
are the best at what they do as we have an excellent involved faculty and
enthusiastice involved student body.
LA GLIAGE AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
Communication skills are the most significant and basic skills
taught in any high school. The ability to read and write effectively
is the most common skill that can be applied to all careers and
future learning. Great strides have been made at Eldorado High
School in improving the individual skills of students, making it
possible for all persons to successfully compete in a language
Social studies are the skills necessary for the individual to under-
stand his environment and his place in history. To maintain a
nation that allows great personal freedoms, tomorrow's leaders
must know how we got them, and what it takes to keep them.
Eldorado High School is equipped with o great mathematic de
partment It is centered around the needs and capabilities of the
individual student A great variety of classes are offered which
teach the basic mathem,atic procedures. Students are encouroged
to enroll in a four year math study program. After the basic
classes and algebra and geometry students may continue with
triginometry onalasis and probabilities. Special classes are also
offered in accounting and computer science.
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Science can be defined as the knowledge of facts, laws,
phenomena, and causes gained and verified by exact observation,
organizes experiment, and exact thinking. The science depart-
ment at Eldorado High School has a wide variety of classes
geared in various areas of scientific learning. Some courses are
life science, earth science, environmental science, and agricul-
tural science. Through these prog rams students probe the secrets
of chemicals and elements. There are also other courses which
require much more time and attention from students in order to
comprehend. These include biology, chemistry, and physics.
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Education is not a process that deals only with the mind. The educa-
tion ofthe body is an entregal part of a total education. The mind and
body must learn together and grow together. At Eldorado High
School, diversified skills are taught to round out the physical educa-
tion of our students. In addition to the better know skills, such as,
basketball, and volleyball, such exotic skills as archery, gymnastics,
weight lifting, and rhythmetics are participated in.
Another area of study at Eldorado High School is health. All high
school students are required to take a semester of health. This is to
ensure that all people who go through public schools have at least
some basic personal hygene education.
Over the past few years, Eldorado High School's Business
department has grown immensely. Instead of just the regular
courses of typing, shorthand and office machines, the pro-
gram has grown to include date processing, computer pro-
graming, and secreta ry procedures. This area also includes a
special course, Office Simulation, which prepares students for
working in an office. There have been many additions of com-
puters and office machines including, cash registers, memory
typewriters, and selectric typewriters, which students may
learn to operate to help in the business world.
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The Vocational areas at Eldorado High School are de-
signed to train students to walk out of High School and
enter the world of work. In years past when vocational
education was mentioned everyone immediately thought
of wood, metal, or auto shop, however, this is no longer
true. Vocational education now encompasses such areas
as Home Economics, Agriculture, Business, Photography,
and Television Production. One of the goals of Eldorado
High School is to expand the vocational offerings even
further to encompass as many other vocational areas as
students can find employment. Next school year, El-
dorado will offer the first vocational photography pro-
gram ever offered anywhere in the state of Nevada.
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The Varsity Cheerleaders traveled to
Santa Barbara this summer and attended
USA camp. They brought home with
them a superior trophey and four blue
ribbons. The varsity cheerleaders spon-
sored the Hello Dance at the begining of
the year which was a great success. They
also sponsored Homecoming Week and
were in charge of all the super pep as-
The I979-80 Varsity Cheerleaders were:
lopposite pagel Brenda Klingonsmith,
heady Liz Prince, co-heady Kim Stylesj
Janice Cookg Alice Quinng Camille Pupag
Valerie Scotty and Donna Kearns. Top:
Liz and Sharon take a moment out to
watch the excitement ot the game. Left:
The Varsity Cheerleaders do their thing!
Bottom left: Brenda leads the crowd at
one ofthe many pep assemblies. Middle
Bottom: Mascot, Dolores Flores shows
off her sexy devil suit. Bottom Right:
Camille cheers the team to victory!
The Junior Varsity Squad worked
extra hard in promoting "Soph-
omore Spirit." They also worked A
hard in earning money for their
The l979-80 JV, Cheerleaders are lopposite pagel Janice Walkerg Trina
Blazekg Jody Danielg Robin Marting Tammy Goodrichg Cheryl Muellerg
Sylvia Salazar, co-headg and Diana Villanueva, head.
Top left: J.V.'s show their smiles. Top right: Sylvia says: "Oh dear! Did l
make another mistake?" Left center: Janice and Robin give the look of
"Another picture?" Right center: Tammy looks off in disgust. Right:
Diana gives the : "One more time!"
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Copposite pagel Mindy Neidermyer, heady
Gloria Haley Kelly Tabbg Judy Danielg
Gretchen Zobristg Yvonne Villag Christa
Danielg and Janet Scott.
The Frosh Cheerleaders smile pretty for
the camera man. Left Center: Mindy
gives a smirk at the camera. Right
Center: Freshman show off their talents.
Bottom right: Kelly looks enthusiastic as
she tries to activate her crowd. Bottom
right: Gretchen laughs at the possibility
of another touchdown.
Above: The Varsity Songleaders pose pretty
for the photographer. Right: Looks like
Michelle and Lani are telling dirty jokes! Be-
low: Marinetta wonders: "Am l doing this
right?" Bottom right: Songleaders dazzle!
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The Varsity Songleaders attended camp this sum-
mer and traveled home with a superior trophey.
They worked hard with car washes and candy sales
to earn money for their new uniforms. The
songleaders were also the winners ofthe Hall Con-
test which took place during Homecoming Week.
The i979-80 Varsity Songleaders were topposite
pagel Lynn Best, headg Marinetta Anderson, ca-
headg Glenda Sheppardg Lani Quinny Renee
Foosheeg and Michelle Small.
PHOTOGRAPHERS DO ITI THE DARK BETTER'
The Eldorado Photography Club, which
began the year the school opened, con-
tinues to be one of the most active clubs
on the campus. For the last seven yea rs,
the club members have actively partici-
pated in all of the competitions in our
state. During all of these years, Eldorado
has dominated the prizes and awards for
these photo competitions. These students
have brought great pride and respect to
Eldorado as a result of their superior con-
tributions. Each year, the club sponsors
several photographic field trips to such
places as the Armagosa Sand Dunes and
the various Hollywood motion picture
and television studios.
The club officers are: Pres. Cheryl Ruskowitz, and
Sec. 8. Tres. Sandy Cheney.
The Photography Club members are: Bottom row: Vadeana Plummer Sandy Cheney Daniell McGuiness Mike Cain Middle row Teryl Williams Jessica
Garner Trina Blazek, Diane Villanueva, Cheryl Muellar, Judi Hutchens Cheryl Ruskowltz Tina Shammo Back row Maria Leavlt Dana Wehmyer Tammy
Neidimyer, Julie Hutchens, James Johnson, Jill Garner, Tina Bailey
"The Advocate", A newspaper
on the move.
The Eldorado High School newspaper
staff is better than ever this year. Spark-
led with a new advisor Mr. Fleming and a
fairly new staff, they helped out with
many confusing issues surrounding El-
dorado High School.
Kirk Long is demostrating his skills for the E.l-l.S. "Advocate"
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Above: The 79-80 Advocate staff, Left to Right: Mr. Fleming, Kirk Lang, Christina Johnson, Richard Foremaster, John Ethridge. Front Row: Glorie
Ringwelski, Sherri Nolen, Tino Holemon, Gretchen Walker, Tina Lang. Not Pictured: Teresia Clemons.
STAFF CREATES A YEARBUOK
Top left: Brandy, Kim and Brenda search the newly
developed pictures for the best print. Top right: Ben
prepares to 'rake "the perfect picture." Bottom left:
Robin and Marci still offer a smile after the long,
hard hours of work, Bottom right: The photog-
raphers were: Kirt Lang, Ben Ortiz, Tim Web,
Mark McCarthy, Pat McGuiness, Jay Overman,
Dana Wehmeyer and James Johnson.
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WITH LASTI G MEMORIES
Clubs, activities, sports, and friends make up the year and make
memories. A yearbook keeps those memories fresh and close.
This is the reason that the Sunburst and it's staff are so impor-
tant to the school. The inexperienced staff learned quickly to
draw layouts and meet deadlines. However, the staff found time
to have fun and still put out the best yearbook ever.
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Top left: The section editors for the Sunburst were: Row 1: Dana Wehmeyer, Susan Reed, Gayla Styles, Glayene Dopyera, Maria Reveles, Diana
Villanueva. Row 2: Kim Styles, Brenda Klingonsmith, Marci Morgan and Debbie Stephenson. Top right: Debbie, Maria and Holly discuss the pictures and
layout for "Sounds of the Sun." Bottom: The l979-80 yearbook staff was: Row 1: Shawn McCullum, Kim Colbert, Cherie Cochran, Lori Bergman, Holly
Howard, Susan Reed, Ginger Lee, Tammy Howard, Lisa Liance, Mark McCarthy, Dano Wehmeyer. Row 2: Virginia Crytes, Marci Morgan, Maria Leavitt,
Debbie Stephenson, Diane Houghton, Yolanda Carbullido, Gayla Styles, Gladene Dopyera, Adriana Martinez, Jari Allred, Maria Reveles, Diana Vil-
lanueva, Kim Styles, Liz Prince, James Johnson. Row 3: Ben Ortiz, Tim Web, Pat McGuiness, Jay Overman, Brandy Younger, Colette Hill, Lisa Liance, Kirt
Lang, Brenda Klingonsmith, Walter Payne.
ART GUILD PAINTS SUN DEVIL MLIRAL
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though very busy yeor. They mode ond
sold spirit buttons, ond then they pointed o
lorge sun devil murol to go neor the gym
TOP: Art Guild members ore Liberty Poscucil, Goylo
Stiles, Tim Johnson, Mike lsselin, Mike Eicher, Tino
Cose, ond Mrs. Bartholemew, advisor. Not Pictured:
Bill Huish, ond Mory Myers.
LEFT: Art GuiId's president, Mike lsselin mokes o
sketch of his drawing,
THE ELDORADG VICA CLUB
Eldorado's VICA Club is an af-
filiate chapter of the Vocational
Industrial Clubs of America, a
national club structure devoted
to the advancement of voca-
tional training. VICA is not just
one club but a club cluster with
vatiour groups representing
other trade areas. Besides the
metal, wood, and auto shops,
VICA chapters can come from
electronics, graphis arts, cos-
y motology, or photography, to
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tinue to expand the club each
1 year adding chapters from other
. vocational areas. These new
chapters can expand the clubs'
competative potential in the
X ' state and national VlCA compet-
VICA Club Left to Right: Willie Roupe, Tanner Sanders, Rick Smith, Steven Lo, and Mr. Mundt.
PHA LUOKS TO THE FUTURE
The Future Homemakers of
America i979-l98O State
Theme is "The Future Holds
More Than We Can See". El-
dorado FHA students have al-
ready discovered this to be true.
FHA Club Bottom row: Left to Right: Mary Meyers, Elaine Knapp, Jackie Jordan, Ebonne Evanobb, Carla
Archelletta, Shari Gozikowski, Debbie Tolas. Middle Row: Pam Wiggins, Julie Jones, Janice Bates, Renee Matke,
Brenda Lee Roy, Debbie Phillips, Laverns Weathers, Stacey Jackson. Top Row: Cheryl Merholtz, Gerrie Gallegos,
Starr Weiner, Cherie Cochran, Carmen Clemons, Marci Taylor, Paule Van Noy, Margaret Hillon.
ELDORADO 1979-1980 SOUL CLUB
Top row: Mr, Thomas, Cassandra Amerison, Tanny Owens, Wilfred Williams, John Lightfoot, Antonio Hildreth, Eric Ray, Linda Sargent, Mr. Payne. Middle
Row: Deetra Glass, Tami Bass, Marinetta Anderson, Romona Smith, Beverly Hodge, Sandy Dawson, Jessica Edmund, Glenda Sheppard. Bottom row:
Micheal Hall, Sheila Meeks, Marsha Glass, Serryl Sargent, Debbie Edmund, Krystal Schyang, Sonya Richardson, and Nicole Robertson.
The i979-80 Soul Club members have examplitied both unity
and leadership. Students organized many activities and are
dedicated young adults striving for excellence in and out of
class. "The future of tomorrow is built upon leadership of
today." The achievement of the Soul Club will serve as a
springboard in the future for greater achievements.
THE E.H.S. SKU G CLUB
The 79-80 SKI CLUB is: 'Ist Row: Jeff Peterson, Kim Davis, David Beckstead, Tim Morrill, Kim Kizer, Debbie Walden, Bruce Morill, Jrgen Dechant, Scoct
Glimp. 2nd Row: Chris Soderling, Lynn Best, Susi Vallard, Peggy Munsun, Jackie Kizer, Liz Rodriques, Devon Flint, Carey Leavit, Richard Houghlin. 3rd
Row: Lance Press, Sylvia Salaza, Eana Apodoca, Thesesa Patterson, Laura McWeeney, Glenn Justice. 4th Row: Brenda Troop, Cheryl Mueller, Yvonne
Jesko, Mary Meyer, Tina Holeman, Jon Schaffer, David Roland. Kneeling: Mark McCarthy, Scott Undergust.
THE 79-80 KI CLUB OFFICERS: David Roland - Pres., Cl'19"Yl
Muller - Vice-Pres., Sylvia Salaza - Tres., Deveon Flint - Sec.,
Helen Henson - Sponsor.
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This yeor the R.O.T.C. unit ot E.H.S. performed ot mony school func-
tions, ossemblies, homecoming, open-house, ond other events. The
R.O.T.C. is 0 progrom thot is mode to help dll students for their
militory future. Members of the R.O.T.C. ore very proud of this yeors
ochievements, their morching techniques, their drilling obilities ond
Upper left: Taking down the flog is o doily rituol.
Center left: Members of the N.J.R.O.T.C. proudly morch down "Fremont Street."
Upper Right: R.O.T.C. displays o voriety of tlogs during o pep ossembly,
Center right: Members of the R.O,T.C. stand proud ot homecoming events,
Bottom right: N.J.R.O.T.C. morches during homecoming porode.
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PARTICIPATES IN A VARIETY OE EVENTS.
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Center left' R O T C practices until everyone gets if right
3 Bottom left: Marching through the city makes it all worth while.
Center right: N.J.R,O,T.C. livens up the pep assemblies through out the year.
Bottom right: N.J.R.O.T.C. show their skills To the students af ELDORADO.
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Upper left: Football and Marching don't mix.
Center left: Lisa and Robert laugh ha rtily at their fellow members
Bottom left: There is also a pleasure to military life.
Upper right: Halloween parties give the R.O,T,C. a chance to show
their true cha racters.
Center right: This is the easy military life.
Bottom right: There is some excitement in R.O,T.C.
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I-IIKES AND RAMBLES PLANNED POR HIKING
The hiking club at Eldorado are
those students who enjoy carrying
backpacks on trails and mountain
sides for 20 to 25 miles. Some of the
hikes have been at Rainbolt Rapids,
Zion, Death Valley, and Grand Can-
yon. They enjoy the world ot nature
Members at the hiking club are: De-
anne Williams, John Sherard, Gary
Scott, Mr. Mustafa, advisor, Cheryl
Grandjean, Peggy Williams, Sandy
Folk, Lance Crane, Crystal Grand-
jean, Dianna Folk, Steven Magee,
Mary Ritzke, and Vincent Appeal,
CAVE CRAWLERS DO IT WITH PLASHLIGI-ITS!!
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at Eldorado who enjoy exploring
caves. They have had C.P.R. Train-
ing and Repelling Training which
helps on their adventures. Their
exploring has taken them to the Gyp-
sian Caves, Redrock Caves, Calurnn
Caves, and the Penical Cave.
Members of the cave-crawlers are:
Jerry Scott, Bill Huish, Jean Lund,
Ricky Miller, Debbie Coates, Mark
Strasner, Gareth Smith, Katerina Pol-
Iiandro, Mrs. Young, advisor, Dawn
Outlaw, Patty Denton, and Roy
ELDORADO RUDEO CLUB
Front row: Richard Burkett, John Brown, Bernie Vela, Penny Coyne, Richie Sanders, Tommy Vela, Robert Brown, Greg Stevens, Laurie Warburton, Todd
Fraley, Michelle Cooley, Kurt Orensword, Susan Scurlock, Rhonda Torres. Back row: Jerry Wilkerson, Tanner Sanders, Brenda Libke, Kelly Wade, Greg
Martinovich, Louisa Thurston, Kelly Coyne, Robin Whitney, Kim Owens.
Bottom left: Bronc riding takes a lot of skill and balance as demonstrated here.
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The Eldorado High School Rodeo Club has as their main
function the teaching to students of rodeo skills and tradi-
tions. As one of the original clubs formed at Eldorado
when the school opened, the rodeo club has always been
one of the most popular and active clubs in our school.
Each year the Eldorado Rodeo Club sponsors several
rodeo and horsemanship events. Included are, high
school competition rodeo's and gymkhana's, which teach
skills and allow members the opportunity to compete and
raise funds to support the clubs many activities.
Top left: Kim Owens rounds a pole with precise timing.
Center: Bull riding is dangerous and requires excellent
balance as shown here by rodeo club member.
Bottom left: Oh no, here I go! is what this bronc rider
seems to be thinking.
BACKED BY PRIDE
During the I979-80 school year, the Letter-
men's Club was very active. Even after a late
start, they traveled to California, where, among
other things, they went to Magic Mountain.
Later in the year, they also went to Reno to
attend the State Baseball Competition. All in all
the Lettermen's Club was very successful.
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Keith Carroll, Tony Espinoza, Dean Pickle, John Berg, John Little. Middle: Gary Hewing, Tony Quarles, Ricky Starr, Nick Boyer, Gary Waller, Billy Tracy
Carl Lyons, Dieter Stiglitz. Top: Coach Ferrario, Richard Kilgore, Jeff Bell, Richard Richards, Mitch Swalley, Ricky Smith, Scott Styles, Pete Magdos.
PEP CLUB BOOSTED SPIRIT
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two left fo right: Darcy Blain, Holly Howard, Judy Manning, Marsha Glass, Angela Levi, Selli Mosier, Cheryl Seargent, Brenda Troop, Donna Kearns, Mr.
I979-80 Pep Club Officers: Judy Manning - presi-
dent, Marsha Glass - vice president, Angela Levi
- secretary, Lani Quinn - treasurer.
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The Eldorado Sundevil Band is the greatest contributing force
for school spirit. Every aspect of Eldorado Spirit is aided by our
bands contributions. The band attends all of our pep assem-
bilies and can be seen playing and rooting in the stands at all
home games in basketball and football. The marching band has
admirably performed in numerous half-time shows during El-
dorado home games. The Sundevil Band competes each year in
the district half-time review competition, and each year El-
dorado shows their Superiority by scoring at the top of the rat-
ing scale. Our superior band is a tribute to the students and
conductor, Mr. Cameron's superior efforts.
The Eldorado Varsity Band, Left to right, Row one: Arnette Magdos, Decall
Thomas, Gary Francis, Clarke Paris, Mark Dabney, Dennis Cordova, Pam
Hartman, Anne McManis, Danny Stover, Jeff Zeh, Kevin Jones, Marty Calahan,
Brigette Burright. Row Two: Vickie Flores, Nancy Passintion, Sharon Flaisman,
Cynthia Normam, Ronda McLain, Flo Lapin, Chantell Casey, Rapheal Nelson,
James Kelly, Lisa Dornack, Patty Tillery, Chris Schiller, Rigina Floyd, Cassandra
Shults, Karen Provencher. Row Three: Lisa Parrish, Sherry Kenedy, Betty Wil-
liams, Starla Booth, Kevin Campbell, Yulinda Martinez, Gretta Moors, Robert
Moress, Burton Tiongson, Letitia Strickland, Marjorie Mickens, Tami Gordon,
Wanda Perkins, Mary Ritzke. Row Four: Rose Fernandez, Debbie Bittman, John
Gray, Jim Schaffner, Dean Sunberg, Suzy Tallard, Frank Greathouse, Eric
Ashley, David Alexander, Ruben Berrelleza, Darrell Richardson, Marion Hop-
pen, Dawna Banks. Row Five: Steve Polvelko, Mike Balaun, Don Kieffer, David
Westcott, Preston Raitt, Joe Dunn, Joe Wells, Liz Broserner, Scott Glimp,
Richard Haughiin, Darrin Thomas, Paul Lowy, Danny Papp. Row Six: Roy Bis-
chaff, Devin Thomas, Andrew Jones, Andres Mendez, John Burgess, Ralph
Trushaw, Eric Hallet, Clayton Shawor, Brian Smith, Danny McDonald, Glen
Justice, Jeannette Pinotti, Kerby Bowers, Robert Mercer, Robert Nixon. Top
Right Picture: Arnette Magdos conducting the Eldorado Band at Homecoming.
THE SUNDEVIL BANDS, DO IT - TO IT!
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Top Right: The Sundevil Pep Band per-
forming at a Basketball game.
Top Left: Joe Dunn and John Burgess
show off their talents.
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Bottom: The Sundevil Marching Band
performing at Homecoming.
THE BA D SHOWS ALL!!!!
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Top Right: The Eldorado Band in Action.
Top Left: Playing it like it is.
Bottom: The Eldorado Stage Band, Row One, Right to Left: Decall
Thomas, Joe Gauthier, Jett Zeh, Devin Thomas, Robert Mercer, Robert
Fobbs. Row Two: David Westfall, Darrin Thomas, John Burgess, David
Longoria, David Garcia, David Beckstead, Roy Bischoff, David Flores, Liz
Brosemer, Scott Glimp, Steve Polvelko. Row Three: Lisa Parrish, Ruben
Berrelleza, David Alexander, Don Kieffer, Jim Shaffer, Frank Greathouse,
Kai Leidtke, Eric Nallet, Brain Smith, Staria Booth, Debbie Bittman, Mike
STAGE BA D PROVES TO BE THE BEST
Top right: Stage bond gets excited!
Center right: Susie Tdllcrd gets G little help from c friend.
Center left: The Eldorado Bond shows their shields!
Bottom right: The Sundevll horn section toke command,
Bottom left: Anne McMonis gives it all she's got.
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The Thespians, a newly organized club, under the
direction of Jack Schneep, has had it's hands full. The
Thespians is an international organization for the
promotion of Drama. The fifteen or so members will
be initiated by the Boulder City Chapter, throughout
the year they have put on many plays such as, Of
Mice and Men, The Miracle Worker, The Valiant, The
Crucible, and the Devil and Daniel Webster. The
members are, left to right, row l, Chris Schiller,
Donna Whittiker, Steve Small, Kurt Lackingger, Jaime
Daniel, David Roland, Tim Morril, Mike lcelandaand,
Laura Burns. row 2, Robin Snyder, Leslie Mick, Linda
Blevins, Lani Quinn, Cathy Mattson, and Tony Col-
DIAMO DETTES PLAY THE GAME WITH STYLE.
President - Terry Barnett V. Pres. - Jari Allred, Sec. - Maria Reveles Tres. - Carol Pickett, Hist. - Jackie Kiser
Kim Kiser, Barbara Smith, Trina Blazek, Liz Rodriguez, Jackie Kiser, Terry Mance, Cindy Anderson, Carol Pickett, Heidi Robinette, Patty Morlatt, Maria
Reveles, Lisa Baseel, Jami Richard, Sharon Pipkins, Peggy Munson, Dawn Nuckles, .lari Allred, Terry Barnett, Laid Kekahuna, Debbie Tolas, Francessca
Debbie Tolas looks skeptical at Kim Kiser's work. Diamondettes learn the hard way.
ELDORADO SUNSPOTS SHOW THEY
The l979-80 school year proved to be
quite a challenge for Sunspots. El-
dorado had its first tournament and
Sunspots kept score, time, and ran a
very successful concession stand. They
also had a number of car washes
throughout the summer to raise
enough, money to go to Peoria, Arizona
and to the State Championship in
Right: Sunspots showed that "Thunderation"
was one of their favorite cheers.
The I979-80 Sunspot officers are Charla Johnson President Tina Bailey Vice President Judi Hutchens Secretary Colette Hill
Treasurer, Brenda Wagner, l-listorian!Sergeant at arms
HAVE SPIRIT A D PRIDE
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der, Judi Hutchens, Lisa Brandt, Brandy Younger, Jill Garner,
Debbie Stephenson, Debbie Waldron, Leslie Finnegan, Lisa
Barney, Julie Hutchens, Patty Henderson, Terry Barnett, Col-
ette Hill, Crystal Kastel, Heidi Henry, Middle row: Juanita
Chavez, Brenda Wagner, Cheryl Ruskowitz. Front row: Tina
Bailey, Renee Rich, Charla Johnson. Not pictured: Ardyth
Eliason, Terry Balash, and Tammy Howard.
Left: Brenda takes time out for rest, while Heidi and Juanita
keep on cheering.
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The rhythm section consisted of Richard Richards, Joe Gauthier, Lee Scott, John Shore, Robert Fobbs, and Chris Mahoney. Ktop leftl The horn section
consisted of ftopl Ronny McAnally, Frank Greothouse and Darren Thomas fmiddlel Mike Shore, Kai Liedke, fbottoml Roy Bischoff, Liz Brosemer, and Don
Ver Plank. i979-80 Sounds of the Sun: Row 'lz Danielle Ford, Elsa Sanchez, Denise Mclilfresh, Susie Dessaints, Lee Scott, Charles Smith, Austim Bryant,
Tammy Dean, Evonne Smith, Brenda Culp. Row 2: Herman Everett, Trina Blazic, Scott Hafen, Dale Hayden, Mrs. Jensen, Robert Fobbs, Ronny McAnaIIy,
Frank Greathouse, Don Ver Plank, Mike Shore, Vickie Shah. Row 3: John Shore, Joe Gauthier, Courtney Hymer, Richard Richards, Kai Liedke, Roy Bischoff,
Randy Potter, Clemon Potter, Gordon Washington, Liz Brosemer, David Hancock, Chris Mahoney, Greg Schiller, Tammy Bass, Mornetta Anderson, and
EIdorado's great "Sounds of the Sun"
was a alfl group again this year. ln their
new denim outfits they were flashy 81
enthusiastic. They traveled to Califor-
nia and also performed for many audi-
ences here in Las Vegas. The fairly
new group did an outstanding job of
holding up the old "Sounds ofthe Sun"
Lee Scott sings labovel while the rest of the
group Boogies to the music. Kleft shotsl
THE ELDORADO CONCERT CHOIR
The Concert Choir works very hard throughout the year to
achieve many music goals. The students must first learn correct
vocal techniques and then train and prepare to perform as a
group. Each year the choir performs several concerts in compet-
ition for ratings with other high school choirs. The most signifi-
cant performances are the Christmas Concert, The Spring Fes-
tival, and tinally Graduation,
Left: Choir Officers with advisor Mrs. Jensen.
Right: The Senior Members of Concert Choir.
Choir Members: Front Row: Connie Splittgerber, Tammy Switzer, Tammy Bolton, Marchelle Densley, Laura Smith, Eric Kent, Tom Lavotto, John Rawlings,
Susan Fluharty, Cathy Brown, Carol Pickett, Diane Minutoli. 2nd Row: Yvonne Smith, Brenda Culp, Vickie Shaw, Cindy Lee, Rachelle McAllister, Patti
Kenny, Yolanda DeBiase, Charles Smith, Alice Quinn, Susy Tallard, Marla Ware, Tina LaRue, Sandy Keck, Stacey Bouchard. 3rd Row: Corina Rysavy,
Denise Darnell, Lydia Kekahuna, Michelle Young, Rochelle Johnson, Herman Everett, Austin Bryant, Cindy Wallach, Edward Adams, Darren Parvin, Peggy
Munson, Nancy Rutter, Brenda Wagner, Emma Newman, Mrs. Jensen. 4th Row: Linda Croninger, Gordan Washington, Randy Potter, Cleman Potter,
Debbie Waldren, Michael Brooks, Dale Hayden, Richard Andregg, Chris Mahoney, Donald Randolf, Jack Crane, John Blackman, Gary Mills, Tammy
Priestley, Kathy Kienam, Maria Reveles, Sharon Pipkins.
GIRLS' GLEE TUNES IN A SO G
Under the supervision of Mrs. Jensen, Girls' Glee has
proved to be an outstanding choral group at Eldorado High.
Although they are mainly beginners, they have shown
themselves to be in competition with the more advanced
choirs. This year Girls' Glee performed at the Christmas
concert and their traditional open house concert, in which
they showed their singing talents. By accomplishing these
singing techniques, they will be prepared for their future
Bottom row: Patty Kuen, Laura Smith, Star Winner, Marni Parker, Katha-
leen Dawson, Teresa l-lewey, Sharon Dawson, Sheila Meeks, Veronica
Consoma ry, Christine Young. Row 2: Terry Dean, Patty Swalley, Stephanie
Davis, Wendy Hermon, Teresa Orr, Betty Bushong, Laura West, Sherry
Schatfy, Teresa Hileman, Tina La Roue, Nancy Rutter, Sherry Adams,
Tammy Priestly, Kathy Kinum, Margie Brown, Lisa Scoggins, Margie
Brown. Third Row: Beverly Hodge, Lucio Corral, Deetra Glass, Joyce Sgro,
Yolanda DeBiase, Renee Scoggins, Maria Corso, Renee Galvin, Suzanne
Garland, Vedenna Plumber, Sandy Cheney, Diana Kelly, Karen Mosher.
IAZZ CHOIR SAYS IT WITH A SONG!
EIdorado's Jazz Choir has proved to be the best singing
organization since the history of Eldorado. They have per-
formed at many local schools and in a variety of events.
One of their high lights of the year was the outstanding
Open House performance in which they showed their sing-
ing talents. This years Jazz Choir will establish the greatest
standards for many years to come.
Top Center Photo: Bottom row: Elsa Sanchez, Laura Smith, Susan Pick, Tracy Russell, Cathy Brown, Susan Fluharty. Second row: Brenda Culp, Vicki Shah,
Tammi Dean, Daniel Ford, Patty Henderson, Rachel McAllister, Michealle Young.
Third row: Tommy Lavato, Oustin Bryant, Gorden Washington, Scott
Hafen, Chaz Morlen, Chris Mohoney. Fourth row: Clement Potter, Don VerPlank, Cortney Hymer, Steve Ludwig, John Blackmen, John Shore. Seniors Take
Their Places. Bottom row: Elsa Sanchez, Laura Smith, Daniel Ford, Tracy Russell, Susan Fluha rty. Second row: Brenda Culp, Vicki Shah, Patty Henderson,
Cathy Brown. Third row: Don Verplank, Tammi Dean, Scott Hafen, Chaz Morlen.
Members of the Eldorado Computer Club are Top row: Don Hauglin, Wil-
liam Huish, James Grey. Middle row: Chris Riccella, Tony Bridges, Charles
Haire. Bottom row: Vuong Ngayen.
Chess club members.Gary Scott and Mike Shore enioyp game of chess. James Thomas sets up a good competition for Gordon Shememauer
ELDORADO FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA
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The F.F.A. is a fairly new club at Eldorado, hav-
ing only been active for the last two years.
Through the active direction of Mr. Thann Han-
chett, the club advisor, the FEA. has been mak-
ing giant strides toward the learning of modern
agricultural methods. This club has become the
natural off-shoot of the popular animal-
husbandry and vocational-agriculture classes of-
fered at Eldorado High School. The major inter-
est of the students has been toward the handling
and care of horses. The club has therefore re-
volved many of their activities around horseman-
ship. The Eldorado F.F.A. has sponsored Gym-
kanas as pa rt of their activities.
Rhonda Torres is doing a figure-8 around the poles.
Back Row: Mr. Hanchett, Mike Coyne, Samantha Fitebugh, Irene James, Walter Sta r, Steve Leonard, Cathy Thomas, Richard Barry, Don English, 8. Monica
Lackinger. Front Row: Laurie Jones, Holly Vandeusen, Lee Lussier, Arenette Magdoes, 81 Terry Boyer.
I IO ORGANIZATIONS
P.F.A. GYMKHA A
Upper: Regina Esaw rides down on the poles racing for speed
Middle Left: Cathy Thomas races around the pylon going for
the flag in a flag race.
Lower Left: Regina is on the straight leg run between the
barrels in a barrel race.
Lower Right: Cathy is grabbing the flag in her portion of the
flag race while representing the Eldorado F.F,A.
SUNBEAMS DO IT WITH BALA TCE!
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The Sunbeams are a new com-
petitive gymnastic's group re-
cently formed at Eldorado. Their
purpose is to compete in gym-
nastics with the other schools in
Low Bar L-R: Diana Folk, Donna Rush,
Kim Johnston, Bridgette Burright, High
Bar L-R: Perina Roberts, Kim Bradt, Crys-
tal Grandjean, Wanda Perkins, Peggy
E LDORADO VARSITY QUIZ
Varsity Quiz Members: Front Row: Richard Delacy, Karen Provencher, Jennifer Kaniewski, Lisa Dornak, Cas-
sandra Schultz, Becky Fortney, Mike Eicher, and Steve Small Knot pictu redi. Top Row: Tony Bridges, Mike Gibson,
Mark Strassner, Chris Riccella, Brian Smith, and Mr. Parker.
Eldorado Varsity Quiz competes
each year with other schools in I
the district in academic debate.
The school district televises
these debates for local viewing.
The students study and
memorize many subjects to ena-
ble them to compete success-
fully. Eldorado's Varsity Quiz
has always been very successful
in competition and have brought
great distinction to Eldorado.
The Eldorado Science Club was
formed to provide students
specialized types of science ex-
periences not usually available in
the regular classroom. One of
the projects this year has Deanne
Williams working with Ms. Hood
in the Environmental Monitoring
Project, began at Eldorado last
year. This year, the club planned
a field trip to Oregon Pipe Desert
to do a comparitive desert study,
and to Kitts Peak Observatory to
view the heavens through a solar
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Science Club Members: Front Row: Liberty Pascual, Lillian Baldwin, and Angela Outlaw. Back Row: Greg
Schiller, Mark Strassner, Chris DeFelice, Tina Morrill, Shaunna Morris, Deanne Williams, and Mr. Hood, Advisor.
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Pam Brownlie Charmaine Buzit David Cannon
Austin Bryant Marty Callahan Yolanda Carbullido
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Danita Carter Brad Childress John Clark Michael Claborn Carmen Clemons Janice Cook
Wayne Coggins Lisa Cooper
Lynn Colehour Anna Cosse
James Combs Roy Cox
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Sandra Alvarado takes time out to smile.
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Todd Fraley Jessica Garner David Gogian
Gary Francis Jill Garner Debi Goodrich
Gerrie Gallegos Marsha Glass Shari Gozikowski
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Carina Horst Greg Hunt Lisa Hutt Kathy Janssen Janice Jetter Dorothy Johnson
Roberta Hostetter Russell Hunt
Terry Houghton Karen Hurlbert
Holly Howard Judi Hutchens
Susie, Ebonne, and Cathy slap one on.
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Latonia Lomax Shawna Ludlow Gene Lund Chris Mahoney Francesca Mancan
Derrick Lucero Stephen Ludwig David Lussier Theresa Majinska Jong Manley
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Mike McKearn Jeff Michaelis
Billy Eddy makes
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William Pipkins Lisa Price Tammy Priestly Alice Quinn
Clemon Potter George Polson Preston Raitt
Rflndy POTTGI' Brenda Pruitt Alan Ray
David Braun displays his talent in woods.
GETTI G I VOLVED IS WHAT
Clemon Potter wor
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Jami Richard Glorie Ringwelski Nego Roberts
Craig Richards Ephraim Rivera A,-legen Robie
SCHOOL IS ALL ABOUT.
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Bryant Rogers William Ryder Greg Schiller Cheryl Schroder Sheila Scott Barry Seaver
Bobby Romero Tommy Sandefur Michael Schneider Kimberly Schroter Valerie Scott Donald See
Brendolee Roy Dan Scarsdale Sheronda Shaw
Robert Rudolphi Victoria Schacker Edward Shoemaker
Jerry Ryan Jon Schaffner Jonathan Shore
Dorothy takes a peak.
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Darlene Smith Robert Smith
Karl Smith Jackie Smythe
Mary Smith Carmen Solorio
Stacy, Alana, and Jennifer smile pretty for
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Danny Stover Jeff Swan Billy Tait
Karen Stroboch Willis Sylva Marci Taylor
Curtis Boker tells Jerry Ryan about Saturday night.
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Eddie Wilson Reginald Winbush Ray Woods Tonya Woods
Juniors support Homecoming Assembly.
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Bossi, Regina Booze, Christine Breeden, Danny Brooks, Michael
Bowes, Theresa Bradfield, Lori Brickey, Pam Brooks, Russel
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Rush, Lisa Salazar, Sylvia
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VICTORY AT I-IOMECCDMI G ASSEMBLY.
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looking through old yearbooks.
Solorio, Michael Stanley, Michael Stegaier, Debbie
Spencer, Andwre Staubs, Billi Stovall, Paula
Solittgerber, Connie Stebritz, Debbie Strouse, Jeff
Trina Blazek doing her homework at the last minute
MAKE THEIR CLASS THE BEST.
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Thomas, Brenda Thomas, James Tiliery, Maria Toole, Terrence Trushaw, David
Thomas, Darrin Thompson, Ronnie Tingley, James Torres, Rhonda Turner, Renee
Steve Abitia and Sergio Landeros enjoying spanish class.
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Freshman can make it happen.
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hearted .... what a trip we've only started.
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THE CLASS OP 83.
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WAYS, "83" IS THE WAY TO BE!!
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Rayburn, Richard Reitz, Tony Roberts, Melvin
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Gossip brings freshman closer together.
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Upper Left: Coach Cary Mitchell, with his assistant coaches, Gutowski and Truijillo,
watch as the varsity march down the field to their homecoming win.
Bottom Left: The team effort is aided by the managers, Heather Leathers, Robert
Foremaster, and Stacy Ferguson.
Bottom Right: Eldorado quarterback, Eric Ray, runs a sweep right formation,
TAKES A LEAP A D WINS THE CLEAT!
ROW 'l. L-R Willis Sylva, Gary Casper, Scott Styles, Dieter Stiglitz, Mike Holloway, Prather LeFear, Tanner Sanders, Rene Algtaz, Swaney Hewing, Keith
Carroll, Bobby Meyn, Ken Reed. ROW 2. L-R Tony Esponoza, Pete Magdos, Nick Boyer, Mike Glass, Billy Tracy, Willferead Williams, Gary Waller, Mike
Shark, Eric Ray, Mark Ferguson, Steve McMillan, Tim Morrill, Rick Smith, Billy Eddy, Ricky Curtis, Leo Sanchez, Gerald Barnes, Brad Chilsress, Jerry
The Eldorado Varsity Football Team achieved great
successes this year. Eldorado's varsity beat teams
that have never beaten before in the history of our
school. The highlight, and most significant victory of
the i979-80 season, was the thrilling sudden-death
overtime victory over Chapparel High School. This
victory was our first time ever football win over our
cross-town rival. To the victor goes the trophy, and
our win over Chapparel allowed Eldorado to gain
possession of Merlin's Cleat for the first time since
this tradition and trophy were instituted between our
Number -- 80 Steve McMillan, 33 Tim Reed, 5l Tanner
Sanders, 88 Swaney Hewing, 44 Billy Tracy, I0 Eric Ray,
Number - 50 Tony Quarles, 24 Ken Reed, 77 Leo San-
chez, 7l Tim Morrill, 61 Rick Smith, 52 Keith Carroll.
The Eldorado Varsity Sundevils were contenders for the con-
ference title right up to the last two weeks of the season. Even
after it was clear that Eldorado was not going to win the
division title, our team showed their class by beating the divi-
sion champion, Las Vegas High School during the last game
of the season. The team's success can be directly attributed to
the excellent coaching efforts of l-lead Coach Mitchell and all
of his assistants. Eldorado is developing a football tradition of
excellence and we are looking ahead to our first state cham-
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The Eldorado Junior Varsity Football team has had a very
successful year. The team members have played well to-
gether and helped one another toward their victories. The
J.V. team finished up their season with a flourish, beating
Rancho and Las Vegas High Schools in the final two
games. The Eldorado J.V. Football Team worked very
hard to be number one. We know that the future holds the
title of Number One for our J.V. team.
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First Row: L-R: Pete Thorns, Brian Wollin, Nelson Serrano, Steve Carter, Luis Pick, Mike Winshiewski, Lance Press, Mark Manganello, Jim Aitchison, Steve
Waller, Rigo Inzunza, Howard Duraler, Darrel Barnes, Brian Mudery. Second Row: Joe Flores, Kevin Harrington, Rod Bowers, Ricky Staubs, Bill Gamboa,
David Samplers, Bryant Ford, .loe Versai, Shawn Malloy, Richard Cannon, Brian Voegell, Michael Collins, Herb Winn, .left Hall. Third Row: Bill Galvin, Jeff
Holmes, Brett Carlson, Jett Shark, Rocky Heidt, Wendell Baker, Ricky Wilson, Tony Sundberg, Darren Paddock, Bill Parks, Cody Hicks, Tyrone Lathaw, Bill
Best, Danny McDonald, Twiggy Cooper,
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For Left: Sundivel Freshman line up on offense. Bottom Left: Eldorado defense stands
ready to defend. Upper Right: Coach Farnsworth looks on as his team marches down
the field. Bottom Right: Freshman football teom huddles to plan Stratagy.
This years Freshman Teams enthusiasm was refresh-
ing to all of us. Their spirit has proven their great
endurance and willingness to put all efforts towards
making Eldorado High the winning team for the next
three years. Excellent coaching and enthusiastic par-
ticipation on the part ofthe Freshman will make them
part of the future Eldorado proud football tradition.
ELDORADO GIRLS VARSITY A PERENNIAL
First Row: L. to R., Valerie Gaines, Brenda Thomas Patty Dawson Gwen Thomas Shelly Warner Second Row L to R Coach Vonda Quinn Janice Cook
Sara Skeen, Sandra Amerson.
This yea r, during the Girls Varsity Bas-
ketball season the Eldorado Varsity
Girls finished in First Place in the Sun-
rise Division, tied with a lO and 3
record. ln the Zone Playoffs, the var-
sity cagers battled their way to a 3rd
place berth, and earned their way to a
state playoff position. This years
M.V.P. was Gwen Thompson, who av-
eraged l7.l points per game. The
team's all around success can be attri-
buted to the all-around hustle of Val-
erie Gaines, Party Dawson, who was
the tough guard running the game's of-
fense, and the improvement of Sara
Steen. This years Eldorado Girls Var-
sity Basketball Team played like the
champions that they are.
POWER-HOUSE, GOES TO STATE AGAIN!
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Upper Left: Shelly Warner goes for a layup.
Upper Right: Coach Quinn talks to her team during a
Left: Gwen Thomas advances the ball against Bonanza
during zone playoffs.
Lower Left: Shelly gets the rebound while the Sundevils
jockey for position.
Lower Right: Quick jump-shots like this one by Shelly
Warner made the Sundevil Girls tough at state.
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I. V. GIRLS BASKETBALL
FIRST ROW: Coach Paine, Valerie Tripp, Renee Turner. TOP ROW: DeDee Washington, Janice Price, Angie Levi.
Valerie Tripp practiced her dribbiing with Pattie Dawson. Renee Turner goes for a layup, while Valerie Gaines guards.
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J.V. GIRLS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Eldorado Western Eldorado Clark
Eldorado Vegas Eldorado Western
Eldorado Basic Eldorado Vegas
Eldorado Chaparral Eldorado Basic
Eldorado Rancho Eldorado Rancho
Eldorado Valley Eldorado Bonanza
The Eldorado Girls Junior Varsity team played a full sched-
ule ot l2 games, competing against every other high school
in the county. Coached by Mr. Paine, they beat Western,
Clark, Basic, and Bonanza. The J.V. team has as its main
responsibility, the job at teaching fundamental basketball
skills. Through their participation in the J.V. program, the
girls have learned well, the basics of basketball. This is a
tribute to the excellent coaching job done by Coach Paine.
Sara Skeen hits the ball as Dedee Washington tries to recover the ball.
Janice Price and Shelly Warner are practising for the jump.
Angie Levi and Sara Skeen both go up for a jump.
ELDQRADG BOYS TENNIS
Top left to right: Greg Seegmiller, Greg Schiller, Jeff Peter-
son, Coach Mundt. Bottom left to right: Dan Sisseck, Steve
Vornberg. Not Pictured: Steve Abitia, Eric Hauser, Kurtis
Rosborough, David Gigian,
The Boys Tennis Team for i979-80 had a very
challenging year. This years team record was
l-IO. The most valuable players were Greg
Schiller and Steve Vornberg. Steve Vornberg
was also the team captain. The most improved
Sundevil tennis player was Dan Sisseck. The
season had many highlights. The Sundevil had
a win over Vo-Teck, and the i979-80 season
ended with the doubles team of Greg Schiller
and Steve Vornberg winning I8 out of 28
matches, and advancing to the second round in
the AAA Southern Nevada Zone Tournament.
ELDORADO GIRLS TENNIS
Top left to right: Nancy Linder, Linda Diehl, Car-
mon Clemons, Patty Morlatt, Stacy Alexander. Bot-
tom left to right: Annette Jeska, Rhonda Curtis,
Tammy Cook, Susie Dessaints, Cathy Amelburo.
Not Pictured: Jessica Garner, Linda Nuffer.
The Girls Tennis Team of i979-80 has
significantly improved since last year.
This years team record was 2-9. The
most valuable girls tennis player is Linda
Diehl, and the team captain is Tammy
Cook. The most improved Sundevil tennis
player is Patty Morlatt. The season had
many highlights. The sundevils had a last
minute win over Bonanaza with a tie-
breaker. The i979-80 season ended with
Linda Diehl and Tammy Cook advancing
to the third round in the AAA Southern
Nevada Zone Tournament.
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Bottom right - Coach Fitch balancing Jeff Peter-
GOALS SET HIGH FOR
Front row: l.illian Baldwin, Susie Dessaints, Cathy Amelburu, Brenda Thomas, Valerie Gaines. Bock row: Janice Cook, Susan Scurlock, Lorena Navarro,
Gayla Stiles, Elaine Wegley, Cassandra Amierson, Mrs. Bright.
Bottom left: Valerie Gaines goes low for the volley.
Bottom right: Susie Dessaints gets a good hit.
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM
The l979 Varsity Volleyball
team had a very successful year.
This years ultimate goal was to
become the state champions.
The team worked hard and with
their hard work came unity, pride
and dedication among the team
members. Eldorado should be
proud of this team and give them
more support as they support all
of Eldorado with victory after
Bottom right: Cassandra demonstrates a good volley.
Top left: Brenda warming up for the game.
Bottom left: Valerie getting ready to hit the ball.
l.V.'S SHOW STRENGTH
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was very challenging and in return every player showed
that they had excellent sportsmanship, power, pride, and
THIS PAGE: Top: Sitting: Renee Turner, Leslie Bedotto. Middle row:
Cindy Mormon, Patricia Washington, Michele Griffith, Crystal Shang,
Lisa Amerson, Jennifer Holmes. Bock row: Coach Hyatt, Veronica
Mapes, Laura Burns, Ko rina Rysaby, Cheryl Sargent, Dee Dee Williams,
Tory Adams, Cynthia Monje, Kim Brodt, Monica Diekl, Terry Balash,
Cynthia Sargent. Left: Eldorado volleys the ball back to Gorman, but
Gorman fails to return the ball.
OPPOSITE PAGE: Top left: Lisa Amerson shows everyone she knows
how to handle the ball.
Top right: Cindy Morman demonstrates how to bump!
Bottom left: The ball clears the net, then goes for o spike.
Bottom right: Cindy Mormon returns the ball promptly.
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showed great skill this year. With a
almost perfect record. They showed
other schools how to bowl. lt turned
out to be a super year!
The E.H.S. Varsity Bowling team Left to
Right, Back Row: Chorley Bouley, Shawn Wil-
cox, Russell Hunt, David Eicher, Ralph Feran-
dez, Front Row: Terry Barnett, Rosa Fernan-
dez, Linda Blevins, Marjorie Michens, and
The E.H.S. J.V. Bowling Team Left to
Right, Back Row: Jim Shaffer, Larry
Paket, John Blackman, Dave Oestman,
Guy Spanger. Front Row: Mike Solorio,
Leak Penfrow, Simone Daltonzo, Linda
Lemasters And Rod Peterson.
THE WEIGHTLIETI G TEAM SETS HIGH GOALS.
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rated 5th in the U.S. last year. They
were the Nevada State Champs, they
plan to defend their title this year.
There are four meets scheduled for
this year. Three of the team mem-
bers are currently planning to attend
and compete in the teenage nation-
als which are held in Chicago. Dean
Pickle is in the top 20 in the U.S.
Front row: Ken Mayeda, Mike Wisnieski, Ralph
Curry, Dean Pickle, Mike Spear, Rigo lnzunza.
Middle row: Coach Trujillo, Chauncey Smith,
Gary Myers, Steve Carter, Bob Rose, Ivan
Hammond, Doug Leavitt, Charles Mongeon.
Back row: Darren Paddock, Tony Sundberg,
Joe Flores, Tim Morrill, Willie Morland.
THE ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS GOLF.
The Girls Golf team had an improv-
ing year. Even though the team didn't
do as well as expected, many valu-
able lessons were learned which will
be used next year. The team was
composed of four freshman and two
sophomores, so the future looks real
bright. The team is looking forward
to next year.
Front row - Minnie Dodge, Evelyn Loman-
cusa. Back row - Zoeann Warren, Monica
Diehl, Agnes Grimm.
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VARSITY STARTS THE SEASQN SLOW
WITH HOPES OP ENDI
The Varsity Basketball team started off the season
slow, with hopes of ending as a strong team. The
team, although short in height compared to the
other teams in the district, were a fast running,
quick shooting team that gave our school many ex-
citing basketball moments.
The l979-8O team is, from left to right, front row: Coach
Farnsworth, Tanny Owens, Bruce Wilcox, AI l-lurtado, Craig
Richards, Kenny Hopkins, Mike Gloss, and Coach Kasdort, back
row: David Smith, Robert Hill, Anthony Cannon, Michael
Schneider, Antonio Hildreth, Eric Ray, and Prathey Lefeor.
G STRO G.
Top left: Al Hurtado makes a lay-up.
Top right: Coach Farnsworth and Kasdorf discuss plays with team,
Bottom right: Bruce Wilcox blocks the opponents basket,
ELDORADO BOYS CROSS COUNTRY WINS
FIRST BOYS SCHOOL STATE TITLE.
After running a combined, grand total of over lOOO miles, the
Eldorado Cross Country team ranked first in their division and first
in state. The phenominal season ended with every team member
owning a fine record.
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I.V. BASKETBALL TEAM STRLIT THEIR STU 1'
Above: The Super-great J.V. Basketball team is: Bottom Row: Matt Beckstead, Marvin Cannon, Ken Woods, Mark Brown, Scott Bailey, Ronald Randolph,
and Edward Calls. Top Row: Coach Mitchell, Jock Jones, Mark Wilcox, Marvin Norwood, Danny Collins, Benny Washington, Adrian Brown, and Donald
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with a big non-league win over Chappa ral 68-66. '
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team's leading scorers to date are Bennie
Washington and floor leader E.C. Adams. Players
also doing well are Jock Jones and Mark Brown.
The players are looking forward to a winning
season this year. As the J.V. Team continues to
improve and win games, they continue to prepare
to become a great Varsity Team for the tutu re.
Coach Mitchel outlines team strategy during a time out.
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FRESHMA BASKETBALL TEAM
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Top: Eldorado Frosh get o turn ot the free throw line
HAS HIGH IDEALS
The Freshman Basketball team are from bottom left to right: Mike Lightfoot, Lane Cannon, Richy Wilson,
Mike Wilson, Ottis Page, John Gray, Louis Pick, and Steve Cooper.
and Jimmy. Top left to right: Sulivan Lockhea rt,
Above: Eldorado Freshman gets a tough lay-up against Bonanza. Bottom right:
Sundevils go for the shot in a winning cause.
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Harris, row 2: Coach Raynor, John Little, Jerry Wilkerson, David Flores, Ron Mills, Jean Lunt, Bobby Meyn, Pat Steinett, Greg Shiller.
The I979-80 Sundevil Varsity Soccer Team worked very
hard this year to obtain their goals. We had a strong team
that strived for victory and success. The team carried
pride and supported our school well. Hustle and desire
were the key traits of this year's varsity soccer team.
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The Eldorado Junior Varsity soccer team has put out much
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ELDORADO VARSITY BASEBALL!
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outstanding baseball team in the district. Coach Clarkson feels
that the team will have a very successful season, for their at-
titude is great and their ability seems to be as good as ever.
Therefore, the players will encourage one another, and total up
a winning season.
Top right: Coach Clarkson, Bottom picture: Top Row: Mitchell Swalley, Tony Quarels, Ron Jopes, John Oliver, Ricky Smith, Shawn Milky, Mike Woodward,
Billy l-leckathorn. Center row: Derick Nelson, Lee Harrington, Nick Boyer, John Berg, Carl Lyons, Bottom row: John Mahre, Bobby Heckathorn, Ricky
Tatum, Rudy Reveles, Ricky Starr, David Cree.
Top left: John Berge skillfully reaches over the fence to
Catch a fly ball.
Top center: Woody makes his speedy throw to get the ball
to home base on time.
Top right: Carl Lyons leaps through the air as he catches
Bottom left: Wa rm ups before the game seems to be when
he does best.
Bottom right: Lee Harrington swings with power while Nick
Boyer awaits with patience.
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The I979-80 J.V. Baseball Team: back row from left to right: Coach Stanley, Danny Coggins, Ron Mills, Jack Crane, Guie Prieto, Gary Samo, Micheal
Griffith and Coach Hoffman. row 2: Kevin Harrington Scott Smith Darrin Pa rvin C I F
Waller, Tony D'Ambra, Luis Amelburu, John Bartee.
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Top: Gary Mills, 81 Gary Erwin practice a winning play. Center
Right: Jim Greterman eyes the ball carefully. Bottom Right:
Tony D'Ambra handles the big catch. Bottom Left: Jirn Greter-
man prepares to throw.
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Girls track offers an opportunity for all girls to par-
ticipate in a very highly physical fitness program. The
events are individual for the main part, yet each per-
son is o member of the team. This is Coach Sallee's
first year as head coach of the girls track team. His
moto is, "The Will to Win Comes From Within."
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Two: Coach Sallee, Cherie Dawson, Sonje Cook, Carrie Williams, Casandra Amerison, Shelly Warner, Zoe Ann Warren, Michele Griffin, Greta Jay, and
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ready in the starting blocks. Top
Right: Casandra Amerison and
Shelly Warner at the starting line.
Trackeffes: Bottom Row: Kim
Johnson, Rosa Vargas, Evelyn
Lamoncusa, Agnes Grimm, Renee
Mathe, Michele Ann Hall, and
Penny Coyne. Top Row: Melanie
Hileman, Demetrus Scott, Sheranda
Shaw, Debbie Edmunds, Karen
Statom, Simone Walls, Sharon Sar-
gent, Marsha Glass, Terri More-
land, Antinette Gallegos, and Susie
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Top Right: Scott Bailey rolls backwards over
the bar in the high jump pit.
Bottom: This years track team members are:
Todd Pickle, Don Randolt, Scott Bailey, Gary
Hewing, Willie Norland, Steve Lenard, Ray
Riley, Eddie Wilson, Randy Cooper, Mike
row 2: E.C. Adams, Rolf Berrelleza, Keith
Fobbs, Rod Plummer, Lee Scott, Robert Nixon,
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Top Right: Andre Woods and Billy Tate jog around the track.
Middle Left: These track members stretch out to get prepared for competi-
Bottom Left: Scott Bailey and Robert Nixon race the low hurdles breaking
for the tape.
Bottom Right: Don, Keith, Ray, and Lee run the lOO yard dash.
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This years Varsity Softball team for the l98O season are: lst row L to R - Shannon White, Cathy Amelburo, Susie Desaints, Gwen Thomas, Sara Skeen,
Angie Levi, Crystal Schiang. 2nd row L to R - Ivonne Manfred, Brenda Walton, Janice Holloway, Pam Kinsey, Vickie Schoker, Renee Magee. 3rd row L to
R - Mgr. Majorie Micke-ns, Sylvia Salazar, Lori Bradfield, Shelleye Pacheco, Valarie Scott and Coach Quinn.
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This year's team should be one of Eldorado's best softball
teams in the school's history. Last year the team finished in 2nd
place in the Sunrise Division. There was a 3-way tie for first until
the final game of the season. The team finished with a l2 and 4
S . ' ,. record in l979. We must add that last years team was very
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S are: 3rd base, Susie Desaints, 2nd base, Shelleye Pacheco, lst
T L base, and all-conference player, Gwen Thomas, Catcher, Cathy
T Muff lm Amelbu ro, and pitching, Valarie Scott, last year's most valuable
player, finally, short-stop, Shannon White. Shannon was last
year's leader in home-runs and steals. The returning outfielder
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her. very successful year with the zone and state championships
right around the corner.
GIRLS 1.V. SOFTBALL
Coach Bright expects a very good season this year. All ofthe players are
newcomers. There will be a lot expected from them. The team consists of
Freshman and Sophomores that have a lot of ability. The team works very
hard and they should have great success in the i979-80 season.
Front: Lee Lusier, DeDe Manzer, Andeen Rose, Rhonda Newman, Jeany Shelton, Monica Rogers. Middle: Coach Bright, Kristy Searles, Tracy Obringer,
LuLu Kinsy, Denise Shjang, Debbie Morgan, Tammy LaPlant, Trina Blasic. Buck: Lisa Garcia, Jennifer Homes, Devon Flint, Teresa Hancock, Margret
Green, Lynn Anderson, Cindy Monge, Shelia Cape.
SU DEVIL WRESTLERS ZIP
Eldorado is rapidly making itself known in
wrestling circles of Nevada and other parts
of the South Western United States. Last
year, Eldorado posted an i8-3 dual meet
record, won the Southern Zone Tournament
and finished 3rd in state.
Jimmy May, the Sundevil's head wrestling
coach believes more of the same is in store
for this year. A new season begins and with it
a new series of challenges for Coach May
and assistant Coach Sallee. The I979-80
team has eleven returning lettermen with
many promising new young wrestlers round-
ing out the squad. Again in l98O, Eldorado
will be finishing at the top of the heap, a pow-
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row: Asst. coach Cecil Salle, Mike Holloway, Kenny Reed, Gary l-lewing, Todd Dowler, Mike Coyne, Gordon Washington, Stanley Cline, and Coach Jimmy
ZONE AND SWEEP STATE
ELDORADO SUNDEVIL WRESTLING TEAM RECORD
Dual Meets 2I-O-O
Ist Eldorado Gold
Ist Las Vegas Invitational
Ist Peoria Invitational C32 Teamsl
Ist Southern Nevada Zone Tournament
Ist NEVADA STATE TOURNAMENT
C7 individual Nevada State Champions, which is a
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I98O STATE CHAMPIONS: Tiny Scriven, David Braun,
Daryal Taylor, Jeff Swan, Robbie Craddock, Stanley Cline,
Top left - Coach gives final instructions before a match. Center left -
David Braun prepares to pin. Bottom left - some of the wrestlers anticipate
the moves of another wrestler. Top right - Jeff Swan warms up before a
match. Bottom right - Stanley Kilne moves in for another pin.
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Steve Allred is on his way to another pin tor Eldorado.
This years J.V. Wrestlers were strong contenders
for division and zone titles. These matmen work
hard to be where they are and supported our
school well this year. Eldorado has a proud tradi-
tion of being one of the dominant power-houses
in high school wrestling. Our J.V. teams have al-
ways placed well in the division, zone, and state
competitions. These are the future state champi-
ons, training to become the best, while supporting
and representing our school with pride.
JUNIOR VARSITY SEASON RECORD:
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makes the move. Center Right: Gerald Barnes
expresses one of the more impressive wres-
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trys to pin his Clark opponent.
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ELDORADO PEP ASSEMBLIES SI-IOWED CLASS
Pictured above - The Varsity Cheerleaders and Songleaders, did a great job in
putting the Chaparral Cowboys to SHAME, during the Cleat Week assembly.
Pictured below - The Classes competed against each other in the Centepede
Race, Seniors were ahead by no surprise.
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In the yell out competition, the judges announce that
Dawn Nuckels shall receive the honor.
I-IOMECOMI G PARTICIPATION SETS
Picture on top left - Student Council dress-up goal posts for the long awaited Homecoming
game. Picture on center right - Scott Underwood shows his spirit by dressing up during our
Spirit Homecoming dress-up week. Picture on center left - Alumni try to out do under-
classmen for the "Spirit Stick."
Homecoming Assembly makes memorable moment for
nominated candidates. Pictured on bottom left - is Liz
Prince and Keith Carroll who were also the third atten-
ELDORADO O A ALL TIME HIGH
The Class of l98O's Homecoming
float was of course, The winning float!
Honor Society "lead the way" with a winning car.
The prize winning Hall was decorated
by our spirited Varsity Songleaders.
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BLOOD DRIVE AIDES THOSE IN NEED
Above: Lani Quinn grimly looks at the camera and shows her "l Tried"
sign. Top right: Tina Holerman calmly pumps the blood out of her
system. Center Right: Dracula tells Comm. Jensen: "l vount your
bloodl" Bottom left: Lynn Best and Tammi Dean work hard in handling
the blood. There's Brenda Klingonsmith, oops, l rnean Dracula!
Students and faculty successfully donated l45 pints ot
blood at the semi-annual blood drive. This blood is used
through out Southern Nevada to all who are in need of
blood. A special thanks from Student Council and the Red
Cross is given to all who donated.
ELDORADO ATTEMPTS TO STOP SMOKI G
N NATIONAL SMOKE OUT DAY
Above: Gene solicits attention during the National Smoke Out Day. Top right: The gas mask
gang assembles and tell the passer-lays "Kiss me, I don't smoke! Right: Cha rla Johnson stuffs
her face with both gas mask and cookies. Bottom: A few students display as walking adver-
tisements for Smoke Out Day.
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The American Cancer Society sponsored
another National Smoke Out day for Ameri-
cans. Their goal was to get American people
to stop smoking for a 24 hour period with the
hope of continuation of stoppage. Eldorado
was the only high school which participated
and of course won top honors in their efforts.
COACHES AND LETTERMEN MAKE DONKEYS
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The Donkey Basketball game is put on annually by the Var-
sity Lettermen's Club to entertain the student body as well
as raise funds for the Lettermen's organization. The teams
consisted of Varsity Lettermen and the opposing team was
VANDERMIEDE, THE MASTER HYP OTIST
Top left: Richard Berry pets his shoe as he has been convinced it is his
Top right: Jennifer Clampit sings as if she was Donna Summers.
Bottom left: Jaime Daniels falls to the floor os she is put to sleep.
Bottom right: Scott Styles tells Vandermiede that he is Burt Reynolds.
Girls and Boys State Delegates Honored
These were Eldorado l-ligh School's Representatives to the annual Girl's and Boy's State conference ot l979-80.
Boy's State delegates ot l979-80 were Tony Quarles, Ricky
. M'll T' ' ll d P I L .
The GirI's State delegates ot l979-80 were Kim Styles, Tami I er' my Scrwen' Steve Smo ' on OU Omb
Bass, and Patty Henderson.
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Top Row: Tony Quarles, Kurt Lackinger, Janice Price, Kim Davis, Mike Pequeen, Shaunno Morris, Paul Lamb, Mark Strassner, Ricky
Miller, Debbie Coates, Deanne Locke, Marnetta Anderson, Patty Morlatt, Tim Morrill, Dawn Nuckels, Tami Bass, David Oestman,
Brenda Klingonsmith. Bottom Row: Tony Coulston, Lani Quinn, Angela Outlaw, Cha rla Johnson, Chris DeFelice, Donno Hunt, Dianne
Hunt, Steve Small, Tammi Dean, Michele Taylor, Patty Henderson, Melinda Lang, Lynn Best, Kim Styles.
Center Left: Brenda Klingonsmith shares her views
with other high school students on major issues.
Bottom Left: Tony Quarles, Lani Quinn and Ms.
Bearden enjoyed lunch during a break in the days
activities. Bottom Right: To conclude the day's ac-
tivities Bill Cosby entertained Sun Youth Forum Par-
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The S.O.U.L. Club assembly culminated a week
of activities on friday, February l5 with the
crowning of Gary Thomas and Patty Dawson as
King and Queen of "Black History Week."
Elected to the royal court were Ricky Tatum,
prince, Vivian Brown, princess, Michael Wilson,
duke, Janet Scott, dutchess. Pam Finley and Gor-
don Washington rendered a great performance in
the skit, "Soul Gone Home" which depicted a
poor black woman who had lost her child.
Other activities during the week that exemplified
the talents and unity of the organization, included
a fashion show which featured casual and formal
wear, an African braid contest, won by Pam
Wells, African dress-up day, and a Black histori-
cal quiz contest which was won by Oliver Doolit-
tle. Black History week l98O turned out to be the
most successful ever.
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Queen and King
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Princess and Prince Dutchess and Duke
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Top Left: Dr. Bayles was the Principol ofthe ceremonies
in which he pronounced Scott Underwood and Jill
Zohner man and wife?
Center Left: Scott attempts to toke off the garter without
Center Right: Well, looks like it is time to bid the bride
and groom fare well.
Bottom Left: Being the ring bearer sure can build up an
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Top Left: David James proclaims "now let's don't get hasty now, and
lets calm down after all he's only your husband."
Top Right: Borrota, seems to be disgusted with his girdle, and sighs,
"that's show biz."
Center Left: Are they workman or devils in disguise?
Center Right: Ah, so Kane, have very sensitive ear, he hear a flea in
Bottom Right: my, my, my, what a place to leave an axe.
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You" directed by Mrs. Osburn was a great success. We
hope that the new tradition started by the class of
"I 98O" will continue on and become the proud tradition
for years to come.
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Dr, Jqmeg Lymgn Mrs. Janet Sobel
President Vice President
Mr. Thomas Semmems
Mr. Robert Forbuss Mr. Donald Fiass
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Dean of Students Dean of Students
Linda Crawford Sal Catanese
Jane Williams Kay Willis
Secretary Secretary to the Principal
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Sec reta ry
Ma rtha Shaffer
Sec reta ry
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La Reta Hutchison
Hattie Dea ring
A rlene Tolas
Lau ra Felsinger
Ma ry Moffatt
Catherine Houhgta ling
Jane Bea rden
U .S. Government
Arts 81 Crafts
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Ernie Ferrario William Fisher
Health, Weight Training Auto
Herbert Goodland Carol Grewal
NJROTC English, French
Mike Gutowski Jill Hampton
Ba rba ra Hood
Robert Haynes June Helms
Betsy Herbst William Hollingsworth
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Las Vegas, Nev. 89121
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student who wants to be a qualified employee in Nevada's growing job market.
The College, as part of the university system, is an accredited academic institution offering a
two-year associate deg ree or a one-year certificate within a specific field of study.
Classes begin September 4. Register now.
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Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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3266 Las Vegas Boulevard North, No. 14
- ' Adult TOYS Las Vegas, Nevada 891 10
General Manager I-AS VEGAS
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Serving Las Vegas Since 1944
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TAKE A BREAK
Pool Tables, Pin Ball
Machines, Cue Supplies
and reapirs, Lowest
Prices in Las Vegas . . .
Pizza and Hot Sandwiches
Regulation 8- Coin Tables
Play "Space Invaders"
CASH 'SNES TENNIS SHOE SKATES
Sunday Afternoon Tourney AND ACCESSORIES
Sandhill Rd. 81 Boulder Hiwy. J
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121
4000 Boulder Hiway 9658
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121
ART'S 81 GARY'S
CHARLESTON AND NELLIS
CINE EL RANCHO
240I W. Bonanza
7 days a week -
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE OK AUTOMOTNE ELPORAPO ' ' SERVICE CENTER
CLASS OF 80
FROM GLEE'S PARTY SHOP
Eldon B. Hardy
General Manager Gabriel
3I62 Las Vegas Blvd. NO.
North Las Vegas, NV 89030 l702I 643-3504
THE BEETLE BARN
SPECIALISTS IN THE REPAIR OE
The Largest Independent V.W.
Repair Shop in So. Nevada
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FREE DELIVERY CONGRATULATIONS
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CLASS OF "I98O"
NEVADA DENTURE BQQKEEER
S E RVI CE
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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
GOOD LUCK. . ."I9a0" SENIORS.
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We would like to dedicate
this page to the Senior Class.
Congratulations on your
successes over the past four years
We hope that your success in
the future will be as great as
your accomplishments here at
Eldorado. We wish you
continued progress in the future.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
George and Pat Boddie
Nevada Security 81 Patrol
QUALITY SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE
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Anniversaries Ot T h Public Relations
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l702I 451-5779 Las Vegas, Nevada 89120
Carla Mia McCaffrey
NEW AGE BOOK CENTER
Complete Line of Astrology,
Numerology 8. Metaphysical Books
735-5898 Commercial Center
953 E. Sahara Suite D-I6-A
Where service is First
The Complete Photographic Store
to the class
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OwnerfMgr. Las Vegas, Nevada 89lO4
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
ELDORADO HIGH SCHOOL
GRADUATING CLASS OF "I98O"
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Corsages - Boutennairs - Weddings
Flowers for all Occasions
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her name - it is Jill
her job - keep flaky students
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she keeps a handy yardstick
to use on her "flakes"
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OPEN lO:3O AM DAILY
Any graduating student with a X
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proof will get a personalized cakette
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With the Advisor's Page, we bring to an end another yearbook year. A yearbook is a very unique thing as there is
nothing like it anywhere else in school. A class of from 2O to 40 people are asked to publish, on behalf of the rest of the
student body, a book, 288 pages long, with text, photographs, and captains, all of which must captu re the essence or
mood of an entire school. All of this must be accomplished in the space of six months, at a cost in excess of Sl 5,000, all
of which the book itself must raise because yearbooks must be self-supporting. This job is a monumental task,
successfully completed by long, tiring, unselfish hours, given by a handful, so that all may benefit. Occasionally a
student may be heard to say that he doesn't like the yearbook, "it wasn't good enough." These are the comments of that
individual who has no idea of what it takes to make a yearbook and usually contributes very little to the yearbook or
school as a whole. Those of us who worked on this yea r's Sunburst know that we brought the students the finest book
possible. We are proud of our work and feel that this is a great book!
There are many people that l wish to thank for making the i979-80 Sunburst possible. First of all, l would like to
express my appreciation to the Principal, Dr. Bayles, and all of the Vice-Principals for their constant support and aide,
without which a yearbook is impossible. Teachers, thank you very much for your patience and constant cooperation.
There never was a time that l needed a student that the teachers of Eldorado didn't support me. There were some very
special staff members of the Sunburst that put in time and effort above and beyond the call of duty. They were Maria
Reveles, Jari Allred, Marci Morgan, Robin Synder, Susan Reed, and especially Diana Villanueva. Our Art Staff this year
was excellent. Gayla Stiles, Gladyne Dopyera, and Yolanda Carbuillido created our division pages and provided first
class artistic services on other portions of the book. The yearbook photographers were a super bunch, putting in many
long days and nights at activities and games to "get the picture" for the yearbook. lt was a team effort, with Ben Ortiz,
Mark McCarthy, and Pat McGuiness, distinguishing themselves with the maior participation, while excellent services
was also provided by Barry Baker, Jay Overmoen, and Dana Wehmeyer.
We had two super outstanding editors on our staff this year. Kim Styles, the Editor-in-Chief, and Brenda Klingonsmith,
the Assistant Editor-in-Chief, put in unbelievable hours and effort getting the yearbook off the ground and keeping it
flying smoothly. This they did in addition to being active in Student Council, and active Varsity Cheerleaders. These girls
have done so much that a simple thank you is just not enough.
This has been a great year for me also. lt has been my privilege to work with some of the finest students that l have
ever known. This working relationship with such a high caliber of people made this yearbook possible. lf the future years
hold the same success that this year has held, all of our lives will be greatly enriched by the experiences.
Sunbu rst Advisor
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Editor-in-Chief - Kimberly Styles
Assistant Editors - Brenda Klingonsmith
Academics - Brenda Klingonsmith
Activities - Kim Styles
Advertising - Robin Synder
Business - Marci Morgan
Honors - Brenda Klingonsmith
Juniors - Cherie Cochran
Sophomores - Diana Villanueva
Freshmen - Maria Reveles
Theme - Kim Styles
Art Editor - Gayla Stiles
Photography Editor - Dana Wehmeyer
Lab Technician - Barry Baker
Diana Villanueva Holly Howard Ben Ortiz
Index - Jari Allred Tummy Howard Jay Overmoen
Organizations - Debbie Stephenson Maria Leavitt Tim Webb
Sports -- Susan Reed
Seniors - Brenda Klingonsmith
Our Super Advisor - James Pomeroy
Where do we begin? That was the question most of this year's Sunburst staff was asking. This year's staff
consisted of 33 students with only 5 returning yearbook staff members and the rest "rookies" Even though a majority of
our staff were new they seemed to learn the ropes quickly and helped prepare a successful yearbook. I would like to
thank some very special people for their efforts which made this year's yearbook possible. Brenda Klingonsmith did a
great job on the Senior section and really did an excellent job for being a "rookie"! Diana Villanueva who was also a
"rookie", did a superb job on the Sophomore section and contributed many of her talents to other sections. There were
three outstanding photographers' this year and they were Mark McCarthy, Ben Ortiz and Pat McGuiness they really did
a super job with the photograhy in this year's yearbook. I can't begin to thank them for all their extra time and efforts.
All our art for the division pages were supplied by the talents of Gayla Stiles, Gladyne Dopyera, and Yolanda Carbuilido.
There are many people who we show great appreciation for their help and support throughout the year which without
their support this yearbook may not have been possible. I wish to thank our GREAT faculty for their cooperation
throughout the year. This year's seniors pictures were done by Bernhard 81 Williams, who seemed to help us whenever
we needed a picture and also for their beautifual photography of our Seniors. The Sunburst staff wishes to thank Ron
Neilson the Hunter publisher representative for all his time and effort devoted to our yearbook. And last but not least
our "Super" advisor Mr. Pomeroy he really helped me as an editor to put things together and make this yearbook
possible, he also looked out for me to numerous times to record. I would personally like to thank all the great people who
were on the yearbook staff this yea r. We the Sunburst yearbook staff hope you the students of Eldorado enjoy the book!
, Class of i980
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