George Washington High School - Heritage Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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A ik- 5,4 In l 'r fn 0-,,....,,.... ,fp-""" 2 lui X, X X339 N X N1 'QWV Dxljdsiiixx DNOLQW oy 5 5 I 2 nv: an 133: px ' ,nw i , as N g',?,q,, .1 I sfop somewhere waiiing for you from Wolf Whitm 'Song of Myself ' f .J .1..,u .,,,, . ' ',.-'5 "Z 11,4 .' ,' ' "'- nz. 1-35:15 Q -M .511-5, , -A' 4 "'1-J, 1 'Ks . is fe v uf auiumn H X L "All years are both good and bad, and this one was no excepfion. I am glad fhaf SPEAK was able fo insfifufe new programs for sfudenfsg af The same Time I am unhappy that we have nor been freed from the restrictions on campus life now in effect. lf is my hope fhaf These resfricfions will be dissolved in thefufure. l would like To leave you wifh This fhoughf: Your years will be good and bad, but for every defeaf suffered There is a vicfory To be won. lf is The victory Thaf should be dwelled upon." - David Loewi David Loewi, Head Bog Charla Argo. Head Girl "As I look back on the past year, I see many accomplishments and tailures. I see the growth ot people through the experience ot working on a student government. I have benefitted greatly from the opportunities of holding the position ot Head Girl and, it I have given the student body half ot what they have given me, I consider my year a success. I would like to share with you a quote I have adopted through my experience in student govern- ment: There is no limit to the amount a man can accomplish if he doesn't care who gets the credit." - Charla Argo The Student Political and Educational Action Committee Senior Class Officers Dave Drake - President Jerry Rottman - Vice President Kelley Pettigrew - Secretary Tom Cooper - Treasurer Melany Eckles - Representative Tom Hare 4 Representative Jeff Goldstein - Representative Denise Lutz - Representative Junior'Class Officers Karen Koch - President Mark Carpenter - Vice President Kim Dufford - Secretary Treo Kimball - Treasurer Scotty Wong - Representative Laurie Markowitz - Representative Bob Hunt - Representative Diana Jeung - Representative Sophomore Class Officers Cris Young - President Jackie Rodell - Vice President Margie Gunthart - Secretary Debbie Hunt - Treasurer Betsy Friedman - Representative Becky Bond - Representative Tom Wise - Representative Jim Hall - Representative All-School Officers Dave Loewi - Head Boy Charla Argo - Head Girl Barry Mahoney - Secretary Josh Kaplan - Treasurer American Field Service Timo Harmala Cathy Druz Tati Presas 'iThe new constitution sets the guide lines and rules by which student government can be more effective. The old constitution was designed spe- cifically for the old, stereotyped student council, but today's student government demands an in- terest in the educational and political process. The name, "The Student Political and Education- al Action Committee" lSPEAKl, in itself denotes the change from a social committee to a govern- mental organization." - Dave Drake Senior Class President leader." i Tom Co er l'The educational process here at Wash- ington must be made relevant to today's stu- dent in todays society. Only after relevance is achieved will educators have attained the primary goal of education, that of prepar- ing today's student to become tomorrow's - Tom Cooper Senior Class Treasurer Students Approve New Constitution Strangers 10 S TIMO 'll find the educcition ot Woshington to be much less liberol than whot l wos occustomed to in Finlond. ln my school I found much more respect for student power thon is shown here ot GW." These ore the words of Timo Hormolo, the foreign ex- chonge student from Helsinki, Finlond. While here ot Woshing- ton Timo was elected king ot the Bockwords Donce. He is on oc- complished guitorist ond enioys skiing. During his porticipotion in the AFS progrom, Timo stoyed with the tomily ot senior stu- dent Rick Helm. J TATI "I did not tind living in Denver too different from what l om occustomed to in Lisbon." Liking people, Toti Presos found A'Peo- ple here ore very nice." A linguist, she converses fluently in En- glish, Sponish,-French, ltolion, Cotolon, os well os in her notive Portuguese. Toti enioyed ottending tootboll gomes with her host- ess, senior student Jocki Moore. She olso porticipoted in the PTA toshion show. Become Friends - and Bring Understanding CATHY "The relaxed, liberal atmosphere" ot GW has impressed Catherine Druz, the AFS representative from France. As senior class president at her school in France, Cathy has naturally enjoyed her experiences on GW's Student Council. Away trom school Cathy has skied with her hosts, the Stambaugh family. All these activities have in- fluenced Cathy enough to say, 'lEach day l dis- covered something new, it has been really wonderful." , 1- ,, ,ff 7, , 4 45, V . f ,V.. AM? . M-,rf ,f f K .I , "'f',5fI' ' .N "1,w""i' .s .4- 4 ..-. ,aff fi' f, ffyawpw ,J Flag Team 'Viv :QA pvl""" 15" 0-nn .,. un H6 uv '-imc, Sponsored by Mrs. Pauline Holmes, the GW Pep Club helped plon ond support school octivi- ties. The girls were responsible tor plonning the Homecoming Donce, cheering ot gcimes, ond octing os foster porents tor o Korecin orphon. Also showing enthusiostic pcirticipotion were the members of the Flog Tecim, ci group of twelve girls from the pep club who were selected by tryouts. In oddition to performing ot holf time during tootboll ond bosketboll gomes, the girls olso served os hostesses tor vorious school func- tions. Peppers Raise Spirit 9 9 I' 9 3 9 I' S Jeanine Strain, Head Cheerleader Wendy Allen Judy Bershof Polly Bruce Melanie Cotfon Marc Goalstone Susie Hickey Andrinee Hilliard Val Hofmeister Cheryl Mantello Robin Miller Jan Strain :- E I Robin San, 5-6' Q Q- K kkh. 36 x, fix? i af . Y-19.1 df l '. R Rggf ' ' ' 'Q V 1 3 O on Susie Melfimie Andrinee J -fi fgn,,.,2..Q:fKvx 3I Va rsiig 9'-L A , fi, wa i . I A, fa YQ , QR kg if 33 Defense Guides Pats to Third Determination and tine playing ability helped this year's varsity football team capture third place in the city. Led by the best defense in the league, the Pa- triots were able to dominate many ot the games. Coach Gregg Browning cited Barry Burns, Joe Gagan, Tim Gilchrist, Rick Hardy, Rod Okuno, George Love, and l-loke Stapp as the outstand- ing players. l-le felt that the team's performance was Mvery good," but a Hlack ot poise cost us the championship. We made too many mistakes at the wrong time." This year provided many Juniors with valua- ble hours ot experience. This will help bring Washington near the top ot the league again next year. 'S 5' 5 Gang, Q ' i Lf is 1 ,,.4, Mk W A I ' fu '1 , 'Y'?K IQ, ,ff Juniors Second A fine offense ond oggressive defense brought this yeor's Junior Vorsity to second ploce in city competition. Couch Robert Friend felt thot the entire tecim did on outstanding iob. Under his direction, the Potriots were oble to win 5,4 four out of the five gomes they ployed, despite the snowy ond muddy pioying conditions. 36 Sophomores Block to Third Place Sophomore football coach Mr. Tom Marquez described his '69 squad as Hgood hard work- ers." Some of the outstanding players, as named by Coach Marquez, were Steve Anderson, Ber- nard Black, Orvin Breningstall, Warren Elbeck, Tony Hekar, and Paul Slavec. The sophomore team placed third in the city. J 37 5 mlb? ,, , ? Cathy Lewis, Artist Mrs. Carolyn Mclntosh, Sponsor Qurvegor Staff - Trying to put out an issue of the Surveyor every two weeks has kept the newspaper staff very busy this year. "The purpose of the newspaper," explains Mrs. Mclntosh, sponsor, "is to try to cover everything significant in the school, controversial or not, in good iournalistic taste." The constant goal of the Surveyor staff is full, accurate coverage, the efforts of twenty-five prospective journal- ists are being directed towards this goal. Giles Poulson, Sports Editor Nineteen Qeventg Randy May and Moriiyn Talmage, Editors if so 'ski Q , Mike Rose, Feature Editor in Y , , if '15 if s i 'x i s Carol Strathman, Business Manager Sara Pomeranz, Editorial Editor snow freak astonishing game postponement . . victory high communion jan strain reigning excitement S I Miss Jan Strain, Homecoming Queen Homecoming Takes Off Candidates Missy Beusse, Terry Sherwood, and Jan Gustafson 1 Candidate Missy Kelne Candidate Barbie Futreil Marc Hendricks x , I 1 , s g 4 4. .I Bill Boyd '11 . as wi ,141 if f 9 . an 3 C 1..f ,f 1 5- ' ' ' -a,.K. y Golf Team Swings 5 fi rf ,, 1. V, . 5 , , t 7, , ' Q ' 3, , Y A 1. , . , , 5' , , 'Q 1 . - , ,- f . Q, A e ' I . . . ' In V . , . Vw- - . Ll. .. A 4 I h VV V V J A , ,jet f ' t e , , V' A, ' we , -- - ,. KVVL VN ..,. 7 V - ec ,-........c,,,. 'bl -1 f-s ,, ,.-,..,..,... . 3 f fr 1 ffl .N 1 ,VVii f A. 'Hitt 1 mad V 'f"", vin tt YV" 'T' " . - ,W 7 ' J ' . we-,..'9ftf5W1'?s'fz.i-4-lr -V. A V . ,,,, .WV . . V . 7 G , 7 , so V V v V W, Ney- "f +-'r , ,, to Second The golf teom ploced o disappointing second in the city competition with o record of 37 wins, l l losses. The teom's hopes of toking the city chompionship were less- ened becouse of bod weother in two motches. More Hendricks led the teom with on overoge of 75, plocing him first in the city's top ten. Mike Mulhern ploced third in the leogue with on overoge of 77, ond Bill Boyd wcis .QW 'X 0 V , , J' 3 ' 'sl J' , S tw gl, fm, fi' S v i, f if 6 ,M ft ' t' ttf- ti .- Q, ' l 1 sg at, A , . - 3 ' Gm . ' 'F ' it "' 'P qi , I5 Hx rp' , 1' Q I if rl Q W " in l . ' gr' ' ' ' ' tl A' ' :.Rw. 'rrtrt L' 65 Q N' 'K . 'Q -rd w Y' if if 2, 'ag' al lf if All Q if M 4. .V M, is 'Z af L nl ' ' " x R A., V A T'.',,Vf1g,.ms'f1-'57 -"N ' - wffir-Q'i,, .e V V eighth with on overoge of 78. 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This is attempted primarily through acting, but also includes stagecratt and make-up. The annual tall play was the hit Broadway comedy A Thou- sand Clowns. Ten club members also gave a childrens show en- titled The Traveling Musicians. This production, based on an Aesop table, was presented several times throughout the holiday season. New Lord ChamberIain's Men Terry Dodd, President 4"""-ww I.R.C.'s 9 Aware of the world around them, the Interna- tional Relations Club held many informative meetings throughout the year. Speakers includ- ed Mr. Ken Tagawa, from CU., Mr. Peter Van Ness, from D.U., and Dr. George Codding, from C.U. Also participating were the three foreign exchange students at GW. IRC members attend- ed the C.U. conference "NATO, Its Past and Prospects," and the Ulnternational Conference" at Colorado School of Mines. Dr. George A. Codding, Guest Speaker World Sponsor, Mrs. Cynthia Doerges String Swingers Second in State One of the top tennis squads in the state this year was the GW team. Great team balance gave the guys a first place finish in the city with a 4l win - 7 loss record. After city, the team won the district tournament, qualifying almost the whole varsity team for the state championships. In the state finals, both Alex Parsons and Jon Madison placed second in the number one and number two singles, respectively. John Cleveland grabbed third in the number three singles, and Gary Davis and Brent Dawson teamed to take second in the number two doubles. Rick Silver and Ron Smith completed the state team, playing number one doubles to- gether. This combined effort enabled the team to place second in state. Coach Jay D. Verdaglio, land the parties with the cheerlead- ersl, helped the netmen gain greatteam spirit and a fine winning attitude that led them to a successful and eventful year. 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Led by Mike Bower, who finished third in state and who was rated by Shaffer as being the third best runner in GW history, the Patriots finished eleventh in state. Staunch performances were turned in by John Rehmer and Doug Marion, who finished eleventh and fifteenth, respectively, in the city. Steve Bergman and Doug Malloy were first year runners who also did well. With Gary Goe, a sophomore, rated by Shaf- fer as one of the best sophomore runners ever at GW, and the four returning lettermen, Washington should be strong again next year. 49 SQ: 1 .5 1 1 Timo Harmkila, Backwards Dance King .. www sw fl .' ..i .- Y 4 J, S JE' i S x 5 1 ss 3 , f 3 s i wgb Q N41 I L if ff- 21" X S ,Q gs s 2 4 -. 6' N, YV t vu ? .iris at 'iii' :X a sq Y. fx, ... .A f-Q-V P Rf if 233 M Q J wh w.,5W-an Y E' fx .k .. .xt . 'IQ 'Lim 1' i l Candidates: Mike Kelly, Tim Gilchrist, David Drake, Hoke Stapp. Not Pictured, Ed Mullaney 41? 9 W, Vicki Scott, Club Officer Newly organized cmd instituted to promote human awareness among GW students, Student Alliance has placed its l970 membership goal at 2950. At first, pres- sured by left wing college groups to limit membership to black students only, the club in its first few months man- aged to surmount this and now has a rotating member- ship in order to avoid "racial tokenismf' Guest lecturers of the entire political spectrum included speakers from the Black Panthers, the John Birch Society and the Mus- lims. Janet Rease, Roland Miles and their sponsor Miss Hall originally organized Student Alliance. Human Awareness Comes Through Vicki, Jack Hadley, James Patton lll, and Roland Miles - officers C , I 'Q L' ,- f-357.1 V' K ..V,, V. . s tri als V V A A f ."" 'fm, .s:"f-fr The new trend of education into the business world is FBLA. Seniors with salable skills found part- time iobs through the Future Business Leaders ot America. Employed in a variety of places, such as law tirms, real estate and hospitals, these business- minded club members received practical work expe- rience as well as classroom theory trom sponsor Stanley V. Davies. FBLA Works Toward the Future 1.1.7117 XV ' 'N 4 ,Ili ,.f-""" Kegwanettes Serve Communitg T ai he 54 Mrs. Doerges, Sponsor Inspired by their motto, l'We Build," the Keywanettes tried to be of service to the school and the community. Under the guid- ance of Mrs. Cynthia Doerges, the club sponsored a tea for new faculty members, distributed food baskets to needy families and gave a Christmas party for underprivi- leged children with the Key club. .. ., g,f:Jn,,.,,, "W li ft li i we ,,, k x f is lei On the Loose i , K . ., fin, , 534,41 ffl: The active Modern Dance Club hosted the all-city modern dance open house this year. "On the Loose" was the theme for the day-long workshop. Under the an- imated guidance ot Mrs. Polly Holmes, the dancers held two master classes with professional dance teachers, at- tended concerts put on by classical as well as modern dancers, and helped start a dance club at Hill Junior High School. wi mm Q dwfmis, v .Wm f .1 Xa, ,, - emu Q' W X11 at N 'ff . M,,- fr ' . 'rw Q K N 'W' af, . A .z n Q.: 4 . '1 ' ' rf' . ' ' .-bxfwwwv , 'af ,yy ' C 11 72 W J. . nv ,. winfer 'Q' I' EQ, 'Y Km , W, -an g 5 :Q 7.,w..W ww"l v",g,g,ianwv"'f W ,. ,A , i V Hoopers BW , , A :rf I' 'VE ,..,, W Q if , min, ,. . , ,,.N,.,W,:,x, ' , ' V- 'N-f N igqfiin , L W tt'W' H V A-. ,H ' j'MM" " , , ia,-f-W., " ' V . j' L " - Varsitg Comes Through With six lettermen returning to this year's varsity basketball squad, Coach Weimar hoped tor a fine season. Ed Mullaney, Bruce McColl, Mike Rogers, and Marc Hendricks all had hours of valuable playing time, so essential to a good season. Throughout the pre-season and on into some at the regular season, the Pats struggled along in many ot their games. Shooting troubles and the inability to overcome pressing situations were their biggest blocks. But they never stopped working and during the later part ofthe season they started to play up to their potential. Led by a swift offense and a strong de- fense, the J. V. rolled up a better than aver- age season record. Although the team players were basically inexperienced, their success was attributed to the team's good shooting ability. Mark Mullaney, John Kil- gore, Mike Mulhern, and Joe Strain led the patriots to a strong finish in the city compe- tition. Showing great potential, George Washington can be assured of a fine var- sity team next year. J.v.'s Finish High wget 4 we MM Qmuuvww' 542 Qophomores Show Promise ,,,- News f K E Neva-HW., wmsmw It was quite a season for the G. W. sophomore team as they finished high in the league standings. They started the season with easy victories over West and Kennedy in the first two games, but dreams of an undefeated season ended as T. J. handed the pa- triots their first defeat of the year. Coach Vaughn attributed the team's success to their "fast moving" ability. Next year's J.V. and Varsity squad are as- sured of a fine team - with centers Mark Dewit and Tom Briskyg forwards Orvin Breningstails, Warren Elbeck, and Mike Gilbertsg and guards Gary Goe, Steve Anderson, and Bill Futura. lf' Y .ii M fig Assemblies in 1970 ottered students education, entertainment, boredom, buttoonery, information, inspiration, and time to rest a tired body. Bridge Bash Big Bust The annual Bridge Building Marathon was a smashing success. Students piled into the gym during their lunch periods to watch more than a hundred bridges being put to the test. The three school winners went to the state competition where GW bridge builders took home all the honors. Cliff Litvack, Mike Pope, and Diane Scurlock engineered bridges holding a total weight of 475 pounds to win first place. Pre-Med Looks Into Things Medical sponsor, Dr. Williams and club sponsor, Mr. L0mS0f1- Dr. Lightburn discusses the field of psychiatry. Noted and knowledgeable speakers visit- ed the Pre-Med Club this year. Among them were Dr. George Philpott, a dermatologist, who spoke on skin disorders, and Dr. Robert Hendee, a neuro-surgeon who discussed the diseases of the nervous system. Club plans included a trip to the Blood Bank at the Uni- versity ot Colorado Medical School and a trip to the Mental Health Institute in Pueblo. Moonwalk JUST like The Apollo asTronauTs, TwenTy-eighT senior girls moonwalked on November l3. The occasion: "Georges Moonwalk," where The PTA and The Denver make iT possible for The girls To show space-age fashions. Splashdown loca- Tion Tor The show's profits: The PTA scholarship and educafion fund. Helping To creaTe The moon scene Tor The models were The George Washing- Ton Modrigalsand Cowabunga Band. Who can say ThaT The Apollo moon program is The leading one of iTs kind? Mogulmeisters Move Mountains Schussing and wedeln were among the favorite activities ofmany Mogulmeist- ers. Traveling in chartered buses, the skiers iourneyed to different RockyMoun- tain ski areas including Vail, Winter Park, A-Basin and Breckenridge. With Mrs. Martha Deeds as sponsor, the club arranged for reduced bus and tow ticket rates. i l l 58 Mrs. Leslie Miller, sponsor Babble up: ls ' 7 Q ,,, . .L-- X L Ken Towbin GW is noted for excellence in the field of speech, due to the efforts of Mrs. Miller and the Speech Club. ln competition each "Speechie" had a chance to participate in the area of his choice. Members of the club, one of the school's largest and most active, brought home several trophies every week and won the important D.U. Invitational Meet. 69 a's Drigals Comprised of the seventeen top singers at GW, the Madrigals contributed to any musical scene. Di- rected by Miss Maxine Westfall or "Ma," and ac- companied by Becky Cherry, the group performed tor the AMA convention, the Brown Palace and the Kiwanis Club, as well as the student body. The Mad- rigals also had the honor of participating in the an- nual CU Madrigal Festival. ,N-19? Patriot Porpoises Plunge Into Another Year "Turtles," "dolphins," "swans," and a menogerie of other swimming techniques were practiced during the week- ly meetings of the Patriot Porpoises. At the annual spring water show, "Once Upon a Time," swimmers presented original animal routines using the synchronized skills they had learned under the instruction of Mrs. Nancy Broughton. President Linda Williams 7l Our Champs - 'ff -1: ' we 4, :I ff K ,, I , 1L.,,.44. , -- fg . .f '--5 W if , ,, J ,E . Q i VKVVE 4 S 1 ff gy 85 4 v, 'SP H4-2 'L fr N 1-wx Q I' l Based on the performances of the past teams, this year's swimmers got off to a slow start, losing to a strong Arapahoe team in the D.U. Invitational. However, strong performances were turned in by the medley relay team lRick Hardy, Todd Silver, Bob Kricke, and Hoke Stappl, the hundred-yard but- terfly lKit Plumleel, and the diving competition lall-American .lay Lerewl. All placed first. The team, comprised of twenty- one lettermen, came back with the help of Coach Lou Parker and hard work to post a win over East and then sail smoothly through the rest of the season. sgsggwwx I K ..,..,3k:e if 6 6318- P ,, , , mu The Reserved Officers Training Corps lROTCl seeks to lay a foundation of intelli- gent citizenship in the young cadets who participate in the high school program. Each of the l l0 boys who participate in this program at GW are trained in leadership, knowledge of military organization, military customs and courtesies, personal hygiene and first aid. Cadets are also instructed in the use of basic infantry weapons, the skills of marksmanship, the development of self discipline and physical stamina. 5 ',.f...v ...,, W, 3 ww... -----....,, , W, 7"f' Lf nga: M Fl A , f',l' Honorarg Cadefs CEPHALO9 Spreads Non-fiction, short stories, plays, or poetry - CEPHALOS, the literary maga- zine, provides an outlet for the creative writer. With the encouragement and oc- casional prodding ofthe staff, under Mr. Walt Newcomb, each neophyte writer works and reworks his creation into the finished copy of the biannual CEPHA- LOS. ,f g K 4 '-PW" 3.5! gg, sun rays . . . polly bruce and terri coomer sun shadows . . . laurie shirimizu, Iori bonvicini, marlene mulhausen, karen koch, and dianne iueng 78 sun rays . . . deanie goodman and leslie abrams i'II catch the sun and never give it back again. i'II catch the sun and keep it for my own. and in a world where no one understands i'lI take my outstretched hand and offer it to anyone who comes aiong and te11s me he's in need ot hope or maybe iust a friend perhaps in time i'll even share my sun with that new anyone to whom i gave my hand. I'LL CATCH THE SUN by Rod McKuen ic.1 1969, IN SOMEONES SHADOW, Random House Inc., Altred A. Knopf Inc., 201 E. 50th Street, New York, New York 10022. Used by permission - all rights reserved. Caich Mu 9 Uh lgffgg' Melanie Cotton ,fy g flffgg 2 - ,,.,' UF' 1 1' hiv' f'4f F ' Wrestlers Improve After a slow start, the Washington grap- plers mode gradual progress through the season and finished the year looking much improved. Handicapped by lack of experi- ence, especially in the lighter divisions, the Pats tell behind eorly in the matches they lost and were unable to catch up. But when the lighter weight wrestlers managed to break even with their opponents, the strong per- formances ot the middle and heavy weight wrestlers gave Washington a victory. W .,,y,Q-pmwmw,.,w,Vf ., . , ,, 1 ' , A , , A 7 :jaw "Mar+ha, Mg Dear" Debbie Gibeau and Mark McGra+h. Pairioi Pair B i Cheryl Manfello and Mike Bower Barbee Fulrell and Fred Grant On the eve of George Washingfon's 238th birthday, many of his compa- triots celebrated al a party held in his honor. Amid a flashing aura of lights, couples danced to music provided by The Exit and Hundred Acre Wood. Debbie Gibeau and Mark McGrath reigned inithe spotlight as Patriot Pair. Sharon Noble and Dan McCraken l Robin Miller and Steve Wahrlich i l l Susie Chrane and Rick Hardy X :mon Quas 8: Qoiolism and Quill 8: Qoroll The Quill 8g Scroll, GW's chapter of the international honorary society for high school iournalists, sponsored sever- al worthwhile proiects this year. One of them was the annual HERITAGE- SURVEYOR football game which washed away in the rain. Under the ca- pable leadership of President lrving J. Goldburg, these future iournalists la- bored industriously to publish THE SUR- VEYOR, THE MAD PSURVIVOR and the first all-English edition of THE HERI- X TAGE. pas its If 84 A "'wQt??vf- Az! :ESQ 'i'f'73' Band and Orchestra Sound OH' c new QQVQ.-la ffwf' Under the direction of Mr. Rol- lond Roberts the Concert Bond ond Grchestro performed for mony dif- ferent groups throughout the city. The group ployed tor o number of iunior high schools in Denver, ond troveled os for os the Broodmoor Hotel in Colorodo Springs to per- form, The bond, of course, odded to teom ond spectotor spirit ot tootboll gomes ond pep rollies. Top musi- cions olso porticipcited in the All City Bond ond Orchestro. 85 Band .,--f--"'ii- Orchesfra 0 I A Q Y-ii 5'5- fa W? 1? n. K i NTL- ? M ,,?..,. x-QNN--rm--A ,,, V,,,,.,,s,--NW-Wm!,J f i 1 il fri 4 , K P 1 ' 'un p,,,,4 Q , nf. .......m ., I 1 v 'rv 87 spring fl., -r ' 3'5- :rags nga, Jffkg X X 5 I X 89 1969-1970 Concert C L 9 90 CN f, The Choral QjQ f1 9 1 . VNV E - 1 A X f' HH Z x Y Q f i J X My '.-c-u-.'!,-Z-,-.- 4-'dd V ?!l "Alleluia, we sing with ioy" expresses the feelings of the l969-l97O Concert Choir. Ninety-two voices have sung all over the city, from the Brown Palace Hotel to the Christmas Lighting at Civic Center. Miss Maxine West- fall, known affectionately to her choirs as "Ma," is at- tempting to direct the Concert Choir to greatness. As Miss Westfall explains, "We hope to have the best Con- cert Choir in the city." lt appears that the Concert Choir is on its way! Dr uw' il Ax new wt ff . gif 6,14 , f3tiw,3til7l7lftftliflf5ft will tl W fll CMCIIKJ iss XINEVQFbFAmD W A9-Lux LU NUC Q2 CUWL lfLQ'cLLlx,3 C9 0365 if meer Lgmx ellmw gow ,C WllLL,9gULt3gCL fktlcii :Sl L:0'i'i3'l'Y 25015 , , if CLLL glitgc ,pxwc uw ',wc+1fcQ ruv14oL The Singing Sevenhe se' MM ww MM gem-w -np Zywwpc muck Q-,wc 96 JQLA gc -fwrl gum MLA 5:2 twtlstb QU LAW W1 UL 0, Ziiglff Breakthrough I.C.E. The Industrial Education Club llCEl, spon- sored by Mr. Donald Forster, provided inter- ested students with vocational training in oc- cupations relating to medicine, mechanics, and merchandizing. Students alternated on a halt-day basis between classroom instruc- tion and on-the-iob-training. Exhibiting time working techniques, the members also held numerous breakfasts and attended the state convention in the spring. YW I hr- ' '+ ' 'l ,...' .- -,. -1' x rmusi V 9 2-ff"+ HU It. aff BIG g gi EQ' x 1- y Q " ,N 3 J0UN.S. . me-'-A224 "en ........ .. . ..... .-.-.- Q ...n . s ,kk .nn in lfvsssnu fr :TQ U .Q-. ..- ..- " . E V ff f Z1 93 Ggmnasis Give Thai Exira LiH Jim Rea Determination was the key to this year's gymnas- tic's team. Inexperienced at the beginning of the season, they developed into o close-knit group ot fine individual performers. Under the direction of Coach Dave Owens, the team rated high in all events with exceptional performances on the paral- lel bars. Outstanding gymnasts were Mike Strear on the rings and Johnny Arai in the tree exercise. Johnny Arai . Q25 ""'iilieusnv.uash,..,,,,M Girls Are Good Sports For the first time this year in the Denver sports league, girls' interschool competition was officially recognized. G.W. girls participated in gymnastics, swimming, track, golf, and tennis. Their efforts re- sulted in one of the best teams in the city. '7 .-nm., v JQQDO-"1 Q Under no sponsorship or head poobaw, this year's Friday Morning Club was quite successful. With get-togethers every Friday morning before school, members met to discuss such important mat- ters as how to get inebriated and thwart off any after effect. The members provided a more positive atmosphere cmd spirit a und GW. This successful club was 'o e y all. :Foil i QJC65 ' me X. .9-. The EPIC program's title, "Educational Participation in the Community," explains its main purpose. Incorporated into the GW curriculum for the tirst time this year, the program provided tor student participation in the education of other people. Day volunteers worked at Swansea Elementary School, tutoring students and helping in handicraft and rec- reational activities. The evening volunteers initiated new proiects at Swansea, including adult education and special holiday programs. The sponsors, Mrs. Hazle Delagah, Mrs. Cheryl Baughman, and Mrs. Cynthia Doerges said partici- pating students received school credit. One ot the require- ments tor credit was a weekly minimum ot three hours in vol- unteer work plus one hour tor a "feedback" session. In the "feedback" session, the EPIC participants discussed their ex- periences, and gained further insights from outside speakers. Ag . P Miiktlilm I . 4. .C .. W, Wx, , 1. A 1 I I I Education in Progress WWQWEWMQQQQQ anna? H93 fll"""'f rmlrlmu' .f1'w'4 slllllll? V .' .915 Mawr. I00 E Sai gm . gg ' , W, :WMA 9 an z, ,.,,,,,,., .,,, J:-,. ,l:Z,A,,,,Qf- ,, f"'f , 'mmnmmsf 5 5' sg Yi WAV WWW? .LVM ,Ja f r f Z' W.. f f 5 ? , N y 1 DECA 'M Deals Business Distributive Education teaches marketing, merchandising, and man- agement not only in class but also on the job. This club, one of the Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America, develops future business leaders. Practical iob experiences range from managing the night shift at a res- taurant, stocking shelves at a supermarket, to loading food on airplanes. Jobs also cover the whole range of retailing. Club work this year included a project aimed at determining the shop- ping habits of people who visit Larimer Square. The proiect was submit- ted to state competition. Part of DECA's obiective is building self-confidence through attend- ance at district, state, and national competition. GW students received recognition at both district and state levels this year. Bob Cook was elect- ed Executive Vice-President of Colorado and Randi Sunshine was made a representative on the State Nominating Committee. ln addition, Dan Scot, Michael Holmes, Randi Sunshine, and Sue Gordon placed first in state contests. 'I disk 112, X.,,,J S313 E! George Washington's baseball team slammed their way to another successful season this year under the direction of Coach Paul Vaughn. 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'WR - . - ' '-N , -whiff - '.,k up 'K' . 9 , 1- 'L !'.2 5,51 5: - -rave,wQ9g,,fjwi'Q.lQgkxff-4537iiu?wQ1 ., xl , N -l54'f"7'54TLQ Y . ' 3 ,A . .,. W X,,,Z ,,, A M ., ., .-ifnfn -,Ng 5. W .L .K-1 A . H ., . A GL, l.2f.7Qxx - MSSQJ' -- .. XIX- 'g1'k?i-'iW.r vi "f -' I03 With the skillsgot several returning lettermen in high iump, distance, sprints, hurdles, discus, and shot put, the track team had a successful season. Last year sprinter Ronnie Wright, pole vaulter Dave Haney, and long distance runners Jay Murphy and Mike Bower placed high in the state competition, and again this season they won additional honors as they guided the team to success. Other outstanding members were discus thrower Dave Thompson, shot putters Doug and Gaar Potter, high jumper Mitch Wallace, and runners Doug Malloy, Fred Grant, Bill Samuals, and Randy Schwartz. ,I mm Tromping , V ,. ,A , ,,,"A Tracksie rs Sophomore Color Dag Queen Freida Goldberg Condidotes Diane Lentz, .lonet Bowes, ond F reido Goldberg Candidates Terri Coomer Polly Bruce Borbee Fufrell Judi Bershof fnof L' 1, K '7 ' .fx .. M 1,5 h 'V rf 4 44" picfuredj Junior Color Dag Queen Pollg Bruce ,ff Q? 24 N , ,ez .2- bv' 'wf if a 1 43 if I07 Margie Jeung. Mag Queen . It R Candidates Margie Jeung and Adrinee Hilliard '12 X, 5 0 Z-5 D Candidate Joan Hayden Z6-fg 1 6' Candidates Kathy McGrath and Tati Presas Yymaexolii 'a'wZ9Q Oy. och ,vii 2:3 fe as . CD 3' 3 Candidates Cathy Druz and Melany Eckles wmtef 'V 'f a Y., 'XFN' 7 1 Q 4:2f,f, ,.f5,,. W , i in ,fa ' "" " f. ' i . . Honorary attendants Janet Rease, Susie Chrane and Joannie Whitaker 4 l Honorary attendants Susy Hickey, Jeannine Strain and Cheryl Mantel- lo Il0 iv' Candidates Ann Cleveland, Candidates Val Hotmeister, Robin Miller and Carrie Bowes Jan Strain and Missy Beusse g S s K s gs 4. X , 1 The Paih Before Me Lies Jan Sirain. Senior Prom Queen The small but active Model Teens concentrated their efforts toward their annual Spring Fashion Show. To prepare for the show, the club presented many guest speakers throughout the year, including professional models and experts on cosmetics, hair styling, and fash- ions. At the March tryouts, each blond or brunette, capi- talizing on their guests' advice, competed for the fashion spotlight. Under the direction of Miss Colette Smith, sponsor, the tryout winners perfected their modeling skills to model the latest in i970 fashion youth, and vitality. Soul-Struck! The extraordinary Soul Cadets exemplified precise timing coordinated with intricate steps in their routines. To the beat of swinging music, the fourteen soul-stepping girls performed at basketball halftimes, iunior high schools, and various school and community functions. Through the arrangements of Miss Lor- raine Hall, sponsor, the drill team gave a special performance at the Air Force Academy in February. The Soul Cadets, the only club successfully representative of GW black students, aroused not only black pride, but all-school pride as well. sc . II3 Mr. Harry S. Grill, Sponsor. Heritage Staff Captures Memories Rick Helm, Faculty-Achievements Editor. Sheila Strachman, Art Editor. Hylla Fischer, Clubs-Royalty Editor. Brad Hill, Photo-Format Editor. K . V ,L ,S V , - 'I 1353: , A ln September, the staff set up camp in room 350 and en- deavored to proceed. Months later, we were still endeav- oring. Cooperation from the administration was received to the extremities, however, relations with the sanitary maintenance engineers hindered production. By February, the camp had been annihilated. By May 27th, we had met the enemy and we were theirs. The staff had gained a total loss. Carol Tamaresis, Assistant Editor-Business Manager. Tia Kawakami, Activities Editor 3 suv E . Janet Cunningham, Editor-in-Chief Mark Knight, Album Editor ww QQ. N Susan Barocas, Copy Editor. , :.,.,, --7 Ken Anderson, Sports Editor. affix, "'5'-?' 5 Q.. 1 3, ,.,-- ,V xg' L "ti tr. Q ,sifz iiiit . E ta E ,:.e:+gs stss xi-fi 1 . issSffM44fa srrss eg , IIS people f n r 4 1 :J II7 V:-M"K , .H ff f 'ifimi 3-ffeifsifl' 'aim 5 you 4 3, 'S Fitz www yt? 'fi 5 za. 3?E'E'g'l ,Q fiaaxfi 5,4 xnw 1 , ' " v 53,1 ,Q , if A pffgsggfgwl 4 ' . ' ' Jr iw 'A ig 5 T, f , ,,5-fff-,,.g,., Q .- W ..,., :.,,,. 1 , ,' ..:',,?f 1 1 r F f rl x , ., . 4. 4 -.1-1 M-,Q '? Mr. Jack E. Beardshear Hug ,f B, X Administration Nineteen Seventy marked not only a new decade but a new era ot change and progress for "George Wash- ington." The year began with three new administrative staff members: Mr. Jack Beardshear, Principal, Mr. Mi- chael Peterson, Assistant Principal, and Mr. John Bren- nan, Acting Coordinator. The doors to the Administration were always open for discussion on school issues. The uneasiness and unrest ot today's generation are often the result ot the lack ot communication. It is through the Administrations com- bined ettorts that an honest and direct dialogue is being established between students and teachers. A'George Washington" began to overcome these problems through the understanding ot students' desires tor an active voice in their government. Mr. John W. Brennan - Acting Coordinator Columbia University, M,A. Mr. Michael Peterson - Assistant Principal University of Denver, M.A. Mirtx L.. Mrs. Doris Vinyard - Dean University of Denver, M.A. H9 Mrs. Caroline Beck Senior Clerk Mr. Aruthur Conroy University of Denver, M.A. Audio-Visual Aids Mrs, Hazel Delagah University of Chicago, A.M. Social Worker Mrs. Betty DeKoevend Secretary Mrs. Marjorie DiProfio Secretary i N f i,t Mrs. Virginia Graham Secretary Special Staff Mrs. Edith Hagen Secretary Mrs. Ethel Paulson Secretary Mrs. Joyce Schwalb Secretary Mrs. Henrietta Schwartzler, RN. University of Denver, M.A. ii iillll F 5 V Nurse ,Q V :WM filing Wil Wygwif iw its ilk. wlvfliil Mrs. Martha Chance College Counselor Mr. Armand DeSavario Programming Mr. Robert Friend University ot Denver, M.A. Counseling, Vocations Mr. Robert Jacobson University of Nebraska, M.A. Counseling, Programming Mrs. Ruth Johntry University ot Wisconsin, B.A. Vocations, Counseling Mr. Arthur Millman University of Denver, M.A. Evaluator Mr. Louis Parker University of Michigan, M.S. College Counselor Mr. William Schroeder University of Denver, M.A. Mr. Raymond Shatter Colorado State College, M,A. Driver Training University of Denver, M.A. Mr. Thomas Adams University of Denver, M.A. Counseling, Vocations Mr. Robert Brannberg Oklahoma State University, M.S. Counseling University of Colorado, M.A. Counselors Mr. Grant Wickard University of Denver, M.A. Counseling, College Counselor Mr. .lomes Williams Colorado State College, M,A. Counseling, Vocations ,N - -, g t !, l , i ' l l i l t' l , 1 A f. 1, l l2I i Science K6 .9-lg-7 W' 'ii Q-"""". ,5uvv"""""FT2 Mr. William Bollacker University of Denver, M.A. Biology Mr. Frank DeWitt Denver University, MA. Physiology Mr. Jack Mclntosh Denver University, M.A. Chemistry Mr. Thomas Marquez Denver University, B.A. Biology Mr. Roland Baldwin Denver University, M.A. Physical Science Mr. Thomas Keefe Baker University, B.A. Physics Mr. Bob Maruyama Colorado State College, M.A. Physiology Miss Joyce Metcalf Colorodo State College, B.S. Biology Miss Helen Moenke Colorado College, MA. Biology, Zoology Mr, Edwin Randall Arizona State University, M.A. Aeronautics Mr. Buel Robinson Colorado University, Ed,M, Physics Dr. L. Brenton Prichard Colorado State College, M.A Science, Moth Mrs Marcella Waln Denver University, M.A. Chemistry Dr. Williomson Colorado University, Ph.D Chemistry Mr. Thomas Bisceglia Missouri University, M.A. Psychology Mrs. Cynthia Doerges Colorado University, M.A. Medieval, Russian History - - Mrs. Marla Kitchell Colorado State College, B.S. American History, Sociology Mr. Michael Mahonchak George Peabody 'l'eacher's College, M.A. American, Western History Mrs. Sally Michael Denver University, M.A. Girls Social Problems Mr. Fred Schneider American History, Chairman Social Science Colorado State College, MA. WMA, ,WM Mrs Marlorie Stevenson Colorado University M.A. College American History Mr. Laurence Smith Colorado State College, M.A American History Mr. William Spurlin University of Denver, M.A. Psychology, Sociology Mr. A. W. Wilson Colorado University M Ed American History World History 'IW' 'Ki Mrs. Carolyn Mclntosh University of Denver, B.A. English, Journalism, SURVEYOR Staff Mrs. Leslie Miller Colorado State University, B.A. Speech Mrs. Doris Morten Colorado State College, B.A. Composition, English l26 Miss Judith Felthaus Texas Woman's Universit B.A. Y, Composition, Literature Miss Mary Freiburger University of Denver, B.A. English Mr. Gerald Hedges University of Denver, B.A. Composition, English Miss Nancy' Keast University of Denver, M.A, Drama, Shakespeare Mr. Evert Blomberg University of Denver, M.A, Composition, College English Mr. Charles Burton University of Denver, M.A. Stage Production, Compositio Mrs. Martha Deeds University of Denver, M.A. Librarian I'1 Mrs. Minnie Perry University of Denver, B,A Composition, Literature Mr. Gerald Protextor Colorado University, M.A. English, Chairman Miss Thelma Riggin University of Illinois, M.A. Librarian Mrs. Dorthy Roberts Denver University, A.B, Literature, Composition Mr. George Schwartz Denver University, M.A. Composition, Literature was T English Miss Colette Smith Colorado College, B.A. Composition, Literature Mrs. Carol Taylor Loretto Heights College, B.A. Composition, Literature Miss Elizabeth Thomas Denver University, M.A. Literature Mrs. Ida Uchill Colorado University, B.A Composition Mr. Joseph Villarreal Denver University, M,A. Composition, English Mr. Merrill Adams Colorado State College, M.A. Crafts, Chairman Mrs. Arlene Bershof Denver University, B.F.A. Drawing and Painting Mrs. Tia Canada Colorado State College Drawing and Painting Mrs. Bernadine Deutch Foods University of Iowa, M.A. Creative Arts Mr. Donald Forster Michigan State University, B.A. Mechanical Drawing Mr, S. Wesley Johnson Jr. Colorado State College, M.A. Metalwork Mr. Roland S, Roberts Denver University, M.A. Band, Orchestra, Chairman Mr, Jay Verdaglio Colorado State University, B.A. Crafts, Art Appreciation Mr, Howard Sala Colorado State University, M.A. lndustrial Arts Miss Maxine Westfall Denver University, M.A. Chorus, Choir Mr. Mark Zamantakis Denver University, M.A. Ceramics Km? ,QQ T Mr, Gregg Browning Jr. Denver Universi M.A. fY, Physical Education Mr. Donald Carlson Denver University,-M.A, Physical Mr. David Owens Denver University, M.A. Physical Education, Gymnastics Miss Sarah Price Education University of Missouri, B.S. Physical Education, Gymnastics 'sf Maiar Otto Spencer Kansas State University, B.S. ROTC Sergeant M. J. Taylor ROTC Mr. William Weimar Denver University, M.A. Physical Education, Social Science Mrs. Sharon Johnson Colorado State College, B.A. Distributive Education B u n e Mrs. Margaret Barnes Mr. Stanley V. Davies, Jr. University of Denver, B.A. Typing Mrs. Jean Gaines University of Denver, B.A. Typing, General Business M gwllqlllllitllg li gsillil sl ,MY X, ii' fi lj SO! wlflllllb ' iffi I3 . eddy University of Denver, B.A. Mrs. Lillian Felker Hofstra University, M.S. Typing, Personal Shorthand Bookkeeping, Typing 'TX km' QV is Sensei Killy, Ocho lSkiingl Language Mr. James Soran Russian, French, Chairman Colorado University, Ed.M. Mrs. Olive McDermott Colorado University, B.A. French Miss Betsy Royce Middlebury, A.B., AM. Spanish Mr. Gerald Sachs Denver University, M.A, German Mr. Elmer Albery Denver University, M.A. Latin, Student Council Miss Margaret Bailey Johns Hopkins University, German Mrs. Joan Boucher Denver University, M.A. Spanish Mr. Ralph Boyer Denver University, M.A. French Mrs. Betty Kirbens Language Mrs. Rose Berg Denver University, M.A Spanish ry ' H? A I A P Q W- f M 4 ' k , ,v .M ww ,. ,kg N i 'W' f.-- I K W? Wi 5 Mrs. Sadie Latta Smith College, B.S. Algebra, Geometry Mr.. James Moore Basic Math, Geometry Mrs. Dorthy Morrison Colorado State College, A.B. Algebra, Consumer Math, Geometry Mr. Victor Peters University of Illinois, M.A, Geometry, Algebra Mr. Wendell l. Wolf University of Colorado, M,A. Analytic Geometry, Chairman Mathematics Ricky Wedgle has served in Student Council for three suc- cessive years As well as attending the State Student Council Convention and the Pinecrest Leadership Conference he was sophomore class president iunior class president and as a senior an assembly representative While a sophomore, he played roles in both the All School Show and the play, Diary ofAnne Frank In the community Ricky was a member ot the Headstart Cooperation Adult Program and the Den- Outstanding Seniors in Government Chosen as this year's Outstanding Senior Girl in Government, Melanie Eckles took an active part in Student Council for three years and served her senior class as girl's representative. Her other activities at school include the Speech Club, Pep Club, Drama Club, and General Assem- bly. Melanie was also a model in the PTA Fashion Show, a Red Cross volunteer, a symphony deb, and a delegate to Girls' State. M-f"""", Hmmm Outstanding Senior Bog and Girl Best known for his outstanding musical talent, Doug Bar- tee was a member of the Concert Choir, Madrigals, and Bar- bershop Quartet. Doug, while a iunior, starred as Professor Harold Hill in GW's first musical, Music Man. Doug was an active patriot in the Speech Club loriginal oratory and de- batel, Drama Club, FTA, and Pre-Med Club. Along with music, Doug is interested in golf, skiing, and film making. His future plans include a maior in biological science. lt's easy to forget that Karen Karsh, l97O's Outstanding Senior Girl, cannot see. Karen, although blind since birth, not only maintained an "A" average but also found time to pursue her two favorite interests - music and talking. She has been a member of the Concert Choir and the Chora- laires, Speech Club loriginal oratory and poetryl, Talk- lt-To-Me, and has given countless performances, including two assemblies at GW. Because of her outstanding achieve- ments, Karen was also awarded the Optimist Youth Award in l969. JACK Free wheeling minstrel, Jack Hadley, plays a mean blues and classical guitar. He has also won numerous awards as an accomplished artist. Besides his skills in the Fine Arts, Jack proved to be an invaluable asset to the football and track teams. As Vice-President of the Senior Class, he helped SPEAK put their programs into action. Becky Cherry's days were filled with activities such as Honorary Cadets, Rifle Team, A.P. English, Campus Life and Sing Out Colorado. Furthermore, she was an accompanist for the Madrigals, Chora- i laires, and Concert Choir. She is president of her youth group, and a Denver Youth Presbytery Repre- sentative. Becky was given the Montgomery Wards Outstanding Teenager Award. Outstanding Seniors BECKY A major in Honorary Cadets, Carol Sachs was also a Pa- triot Porpoise and a participant in the water show. She was a Model Teen and a Pre-Med Club member. Outside of school she belonged to the 4-H Club and was a candy-striper both at St. Luke's and Colorado General. Carol has earned a green belt in karate and has been seen walking the halls of GW wearing a funny white suit with a green belt. CAROL , ' 25-5 " if -5 , egg: Q , ,.3,f,- 4 W5 'F' M44 uf? -.pf M , R N ' .,.s-1, Vw . 1 f f' W .. . '- '11-1" . . ' i' z f in-' iff-' T M. .. w4..,,GhN ...X JOSH Josh Kaplan, All-SchooliTreasurer, claims that his goal in life is to be a bum. Pursuing the good life, Josh participated in the swim team and helped to formulate the Student's Alliance. His friends agree that his role in the X-rated production of "4 Dream of Jeannie," was his most outstanding achievement. RANDY Even though she worked as a part-time secretary for a local insurance company, Carol Tamaresis still served as the HERITAGE Business Manager and Treasurer for Model Teens Club. This, fall, furthermore, she modeled in the P.T.A. Fashion Show. Outside of school, she sang with the Augustana Lutheran Church Choir. Medicine is Carol's chosen profession, and she hopes to practice in Palm Springs after completing her studies at the Univer- sity of Denver. CAROL ---J-........,.,, ,VN , Randy May acted as this year's Co-editor of the SURVEYOR. As a baseball outfielder, Randy became a letterman in the "D" Club. He was also in the National Honor Society and a special representative to Student Council. Randy enioys the mountains and on more than one occasion has spent two weeks camp in the mountains by himself. Randy hopes to attend Colorado State College and enter the teaching profession. HOKE La Crosse All-Star Hoke Stapp won membership in the Green Tie Club for his athletic prowess as a tackle for the football team. He was a Backwards Dance King candidate in his senior year. Hoke loves hiking and mountain climbing, his adventures took him to California last spring. Living the life he wants is important to him, and he feels that all people should strive to be individuals. TIM Besides winning fame as All-City and All-State football tackle, Tim Gilchrist also played Lacrosse and was a member of the swimming team. A true outdoorsman, he attended a session of Outward Bound last summer. In the winter he could be found skiing his favorite slopes at Aspen. Tim refuses to let life get him down, on or away from the playing field Tim wants to be honest with himself and those around him. CARRIE Honorary Cadet Lieutenant Colonel and Rifle Team mem- ber, Carrie Bowes also has been active in lRC, Patriot por- poises and the Lacrosse Club. As a iunior, Carrie was a Prom Queen candidate, a representative to Girls' State, and a participant in the Los Amigos de las Americas program. An avid skier, she also enioys swimming, ice skating and tennis. Furthermore, her true ioy and talent lies in her remarkable and enviable animal impersonations, especially that of the 'lduckf' Her tennis, skiing, lacrosse cmd gymnastic talents demonstrate Ann Cleveland's enthusiasm tor an active lite. Serving as an Honorary Cadet, and IRC club member, Ann was Sophomore ANN JAN Princess candidate, Junior Princess and Junior Prom attendant. Outside ot school, she is a Symphony Deb, a Head Start Volun- teer, as a iunior received the coveted Masonic award for out- standing iunior girl. BARRY An active participant in many areas, Barry Mahony was a Student Council member tor three successive years serving as Sophomore Boys Representative, Junior Class President and All School Secretary. Excelling both scho- lastically and athletically, Barry ranked in the top of his class, was a National Merit Finalist and played both football and baseball. Outside of school, he was a Headstart Volunteer and an Outward Bounder. ... ,. i.,,..A"' Cheerleader Jan Strain served her class as sophomore treasur- er. As a senior, she wasHomeco'ming Queen and participated in Los Amigos de las Amlericas during the summer ot '68, Jan en- ioys swimming and tennis and was once chosen as the Dairy De- lite ot the month. pix H ,ea sf Af", V 3 p 5 ',3,,ig w,,,,,j? ., .,,,. 55- , . 5, Q" sw -, A , M rg ! J -,, - A 'WW ' sw , JEANETTE Ranking number one in the class of l97O, Jeanette Zwiebel was an AP studentin Spanish, Chemistry and English and a National Merit finalist. She was also first chair violinist in the GW Concert Orchestra and a member of the All-City and All-State orchestras. Outstanding STEVE Distinguished founder of the Verbatim Club, Steve Radet- sky was a National Merit Finalist and an AP student in Math, Chemistry, and American History. He was also a Cephalus staff member, and a Head Start Volunteer. LYNNE Lynne Sears represented GW in the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow contest. A National Merit Finalist, Lynne studied AP English, Spanish, and Chemistry. She enioys reading and playing tennis in her spare time. Scholars AACDLLY Molly Rothenberg was a National Merit Finalist and an AP student in French, English, and American History. An Honorary Cadet, Molly also enioyed skiing and playing the piano during high school. JOHN John Steiner was a National Merit Finalist with one of the ten highest scores in the country. He took AP Chemis- try and English at GW. A letterman in swimming, John also enioys playing tennis. 'gl' n-"F .-"""' TOM Senior Boy Representative, Tom Hare participated in AP French and English. Outside of school, Tom studied guitar and Japanese, and was president of his youth group. He is also interested in Kabuki dancing. Science oriented Dan Michaels was RON As a high ranking computer student, Ron Iverson studied AP Math and Chemistry. Enjoying many sports, Ron was a fierce com- petitor on the GW swimming team. MIKE An enthusiastic skier and tennis team member, Mike Newman's deepest en- ioyment came from motorcycling. Mike participated in AP Chemistry and En- glish and studied Pre-med ot the Univer- sity of Colorado Medical Center. DAN President of the Electronics Club and an AP student in Calculus and Chemistry. A true outdoorsman, Dan is an active member ofthe Colorado Mountain Club and the U.S. Ski Association. HARRY Earning the Masonic Award tor outstand- ing Junior boy, Harry Zeitlin was an AP stu- dent in Math and Chemistry and a National Merit Finalist. Claiming to be an itinerant tolksinger, he served as a member ot the Speech Club and staff member on the Cran- berry Oblivion. HERITAGE would like to honor S. Claws for his unceasing endeavors toward the betterment ot human rela- tions and student power at G.W. Al- though he risked his own security on sev- eral occasions, S. Claws continued to smoke in the lavatories and was a lead- ing proponent forthe legality ot beards and moustaches. A LEE Lee Actor was an AP student in Math, Chemistry and History. A National Merit Finalist, he won the Math and Science Award from Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- tute. Excelling musically, he was an All- City and All-State Violinist. Lee plays classic guitar outside of school. JO-41 5 I , W w . ! 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A ., 1' 1 , ig i T f A MXN 1, 'W '- Zimmerman, Diane Yee, Raymond Yeske, James Yorker, Leslie Zapiler, Freda v-4. .F i X I97 seniors I99 1 In AREHART, DEBORAH Pep Club, GirIs' Sports, Green Peppers, Patriot Pin Cushions, Patriot Porpoises, Tennis. ARGENZIO, JIM ACHENBACH, MARCIA ACTOR, LEE AII City Orchestra, Bridge Club, Honor Club, AII School Show, Nat'I, Honor Society, Thespians, AII State Orchestra, Nat'I. Merit Semi-Finalist, Show Orchestra. ALTERMAN, PHIL Cross Country, Track. ARGO, CHARLA 200 ARMSTRONG, VAUGHN ARNOLD, JO ASHLEY, AURALIE 1--wg. ATKINSON, NEAL AUSTIN, DAVID Ping'Pong Club. AUSTIN, SCOTT Orchestra, AII State Orchestra, Concert Band, Cranberry ObIivion, Jr. Escort, Nat'I. Honor So- ciety, Nat'I Merit Semi-Finalist, BACKUS, CAROLYN Kiwanettes, Lacrosse, ModeI Teens Club, Patriot Porpoises. BAILEY, STEVE Mogulmeistersg Speech Club Presidentg Pre-Law Clubg Nat'l. Forensic League. ,iy,9"5x Mp! - 4-.fr" BARD GAIL -'4""Xf"" BAROCAS, SUE Verbatim Clubg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Quill and Scrolly Nat'l. Merit Commendationg Assem- bly Committeeg Press Dayg FTAg Heritage Staff, Copy Editorg High School Publications Cont., Jr. Class Assembly Rep- resentative, Cranberry Oblivi- A ASV' on. BARRON, STEVE All State Choir. BARTEE, DOUG Drama Clubg General Assemblyg All City Band, All City Choirg All State Choirg Golf, All School Showg Cho- ralairesg Concert Choirg Honor Clubg Tennisg Madrigalsg Nat'l. Honor So- cietyg Track. BASEFSKY, KIRK BAUGHMAN, RANDY BAYHA, STEVE Bowling Club. BEALS, PATTY PTA Fashion Show Hostessg Tri-Hi-Y, I-R Club, Jr. Prom Committee. BERENBAUM, SANDI National Honor Society, Soph. Princess Candi- dateg Jr. Princess Candidate. Jr. Prom Attendantg Natl Merit Commendationg Jr. Girls' Represent- ativeg Student Council. BERENBEIM, POLLY Tennisg Patriot Porpoisesg PTA Fashion Show Hostessg National Honor Societyg All School Showg Drama Clubg Honor Club, Jr. Escortg Mogulmeisters. BERGMAN, STEVE Footballg Cross Countryg Track. BEUSSE, MISSY Tri-Hi-Yg Mogulmeistersg Homecoming Queen Candidate, Kiwanettesg Modern Danceg General Assembly, All City Pep Club, All School Show, Art Club, Flag Team. BAYLOR, BRUCE irrt' J J BEVARD, JANIE BIRMAN, AIDA hm.. N .i QI BIRNBAUM, MARC Concert Orchestra, Show Or chestra, BLACK, KEN BLITT, DARLENE BLACKBURN, NINA BLEDSOE, ROBERT Basketball. BLACK, DAVID 'sn BLOOD-SMYTH, DAVID Choralaires, Concert Choir. BONBRIGHT, BILL Mogulmeisters, All-City Swim ming, Verbatim Club. BOND, DRU Girls' Gymnastics, Kiwanettes, Model Teens Club, Modern Dance, Patriot Porpoises, Patriot Pin Cusl1ions,Mogulmeisters, Sports Club, Track. BOOKHAMER, TANYA Gymnastics, Model Teens Club, Modern Dance. BOORAS, GEORGE Football, Nat'l. Honor Society. BOSCO, KRISTINE BROWN, JOANN BOTT, JIM Wrestling, Track. Sf 'F'-Q. General Assembly, Model Teens Club. BROWN, SHERI BRYANT, CHERI Show Orchestra, Teen-Age Republicans, Madri- gals, Choralaires, Concert Band, Concert Or- chestra, Concert Choir, All City Choir, General Assembly, All City Orchestra, Green Peppers. BOLJTS, BILL BOWER, MIKE BOWES, CAROLYN BOULDIN, KEN Baseball. Rifle Team, Patriot Porpoises, Girls' State, Hon- orary Cadet, Jr. Prom Candidate, I-R Club, Girls' Lacrosse Club, Model Teens Club. BOYD, BILL BOYLE, KRIS BREWSTER, PETE Mogulmeisters, Gymnastics, Wrestling. BROADWAY, BRUCE BROOKS, MELANIE BROUWER, JIM ,QPR BUKA, TIM BURNS, BARRY BUSSEY, MIKE Teen-Age Republicans. BUTLER, CATHY CALLAWAY, GLORIA All School Show, Bridge Club, All CALKINS, TRACY City Choir, Chorcloiresg Model Teens Model Teens Club, Art Club. Club? Concefl Choir. CAMPBELL, DAVID Cross Country, Track, Bridge Club. CAMPBELL, SUZANNE CARBAUGI-I, CANDY CARBAUGH, GLORIA lib CAREY, DAVE Concerl Choir, Swimming Team. CARLSON, LARRY CARLSON, MARILYN CARTER, THERESA CHAMBERLAIN, JONI Denver Dry Boord. CHERRY, REBECCA All School Show, Choroloires, Concert Choir, Cranberry Oblivion, Foreign Longuoge Editor, Honorory Codet, Moior, Mcdrigols, Rifle Club, Show Orchestra. CHITTENDEN, CHERYL Art Club, Model Teens Club, PTA Foshion Show Model. CHITTENDEN, CONNIE Art Club, Model Teens Club, PTA Foshion Model. CHRANE, SUSIE Flag Team, Green Peppers, Homecoming Con- didote, Mogulmeisters. CIOLEK, ROBERTA Concert Orchestre, Mogulmeisters. CLARK, KIMBERLY CLARK, LEA Green Peppers, Model Teens Club, Mogulmeist- ers, Potriot Porpoises, Speech Club, CLEMENT, SUSAN Green Peppers. Model Teen Club, President, PTA Foshion Show Model, Potriot Porpoises, Red Cross Council, CASSELL, DANNY CERSONSKY, JEFF CERSONSKY, KATHY CHAI, LINDA Art Club. CHAMLEE, JENNIE WW' COHAN, MARSHA COHEN, DEBBIE COHEN, SUSAN COHEN, VENIDA Speech Club, Drama Club. ,Aww CLEVELAND, ANN CODY, WENDY Concert Choir, COGGAN, SHARON National Honor Society, Jr. Escort, COHN, MARTIN COLBY, LEE General Assembly, Patriot Pin Cushions, Green Peppers. COLE, BRUCE Madrigalsy All State Choir, Concert Choir, All School Show, All City Choir, COLE, DWIGHT CONNELL, ELIZABETH COOK, BOB Speech Club, Tennis. COOK, DONNA COOPER, TOM All City Student Cauncilg Concert Choirg General Assemblyg Madrigalsg Student Councilg Tennisp Verbatim Club. CORN, SUSAN COOK, SHERRIANNE CORWIN, DANNY CORWIN, SHEILA Concert Orchestrag Modern Dance, Model Teens Cluibg Nat'l. Honor Society. COTTON, GEORGE All City Swimming, l-R Clubp All State Swimming, Lacrosse Club. . ff to '2 fy L' cREEL EVAN creisas, LEE ANN Concert Choir, Jr. Classical League. CRISSWELL, JIM COULTER, DELORES Kiwanettesg PTA Fashion Show Hostess. COWELL, STEVE Bciseballg General Assemblyg ILF Cluby Mogul meistersy Pre-Med, Wrestling. COWN, STEVE CRANDELL, LYNN Kiwanettesg Model Teens Club. CUELLAR, MARTHA CUNNINGHAM, JANET General Assemblyg Green Peppersg Heritage Staff, Editor-in-Chietg High School Publications Conferenceg Model Teens Clubg Mogulmeistersg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Patriot Porpoisesy Quill 8g Scrolly Press Day, Verbatim Club. DECHANT, CONNIE DE RUSHA, RICHARD DEWITT, DENNIS DEAN SUSAN DACHNER, RHON DA DAVIS, BETHANY DAVIS, CHARLES DAWKINS, DEBBIE DAWSON, BRENT DICHTER, LAURA Surveyor Stuff. CUNNINGHAM, MARCIA CURRIGAN, TOM Lacrosse Club. CURTIN, PADDI Girls Sports, Gy trio? Porpoises, DACH, SUE A4 mnostics, Po- rt P J' . M! ,il V., ., ,, , - ,V .A ,v va ,Af Jw ,"u 0 F-"QV, ,lv ' A ,W ,f ' W' ' s 1 ,u . - I W- 7- '4" "f:':'h ? ' ywy ,bla I, Q 'nuns I ' "WZ ' - I .M I L, "f2ajL,,3 'I DILL, SANDY DILLON, LINDA DIXON, ROGER DODD, TERRY All School Showg Drama Clubg Speech Cluby Thespians. DOW, MARSHA DRAKE, DAVID All City Student Councilg Backwards Dance Can- didateg D Club, General Assemblyg Heritage Staffg Key Clubg Mogulmeistersg Speech Clubg Student Councilg Tennisg Verbatim Club. DRUZ, CATHERINE I-R Clubg PTA Fashion Show Modelg Student Council. DUMAN, MARTY DODGE, BOB All School Showg Concert Bandg La- crosse Clubg Show Bandg Show Or- chestra. DOLBERG, JIM DOLFINGER, RICK DOLPH, MICHAEL DOMENICO, CHERYLE Bowling Club. DOVAS, FRANK -Q?" -qi TI3' ? ,, DUMAN, STEVE DUNCKLEE, ROBERT DUNLAP, BOB DURBIN, JANET General Assemblyg Green Peppers. ECKLES, MELANY Drama Clubg Green Peppers, PTA Fashion Show Modelg Speech Clubg Sfudenf Councilg Colum- bine Girls Staley Senior Class Girls Representa- tive. ECKSTEIN, LINDA EGGERS, STEVE Baseballg D Clubg Foolballg ILF Club. ELLIS, FROSYNE FTAg General Assemblyg I-R Clubg Kiwanetfes Lacrosse Club, Tennis. EGGLESTON, JIM ELBECK, MICHAEL ELINOFF, LINDA Drama Clubg Pafr ions, President. iot Pin Cush- F EICHBERG, STEVE D Clubg Folk Music Clubg Gener- al Assemblyg Golfg Pre-Med. ELLIOT, CHRISTINE Jr. Class League? Mogulmeisrers. EMRICH, SCOTT Swimming. . f.:.:, Si. ' Ii U0 FELTON, PATRICIA FELTON, ZAVON All City Choir, Spee Club- T FERNANDEZ, TENSY FERSZT, SAM IWW' IMZJ5 ff -.L. n W WMM af' ENGLE, MOREY Football, Track, ILF Club. EWERS, JOHN FAY, WALTER FIELDS, KATHIE FIEMAN, BOB Heritage Staff, Photographer, High School Pub- lications Conference, Jr. Class League, Mogul- meisters, Pre-Med, Quill 8. Scroll, Wrestling. FIEMAN, MIKE FINEGOLD, ROBERT FISCHER, HYLLA FISHER, HARLEY FOSS, DEBORAH I 2ll Art Club Modern Dance Gymnastics. FRELUND DAN FRESCOLN, CAROL FROMHART, NANCY Green Peppers, Presidentg Honor Clubg Girls' Stateg Gen- eral Assemblyg Drama Clubg All City Pep Ciubg Pre-Med Clubg Patriot Porpoisesg Mogulmeist- ersg Nafi. Honor Societyg PTA Fashion Show Model. FRUMESS GREGORY GARBETT, VICKIE GAREL, JIM Lacrosse Club. GAREL, STEVE GAY, JUDY All City Pep Club, Green Peppers, Secretary, Mode Teens Club, Treasurer, Secretary, Nation- al Honor Society, Teen-Age Republicans. ?'v-nv GEFFEN, CAROLE GELLER, ALAN Katay Karate, GALE, JIM GALLAHER, CLARE Color Guard. GANNAN, WAYNE GAON, CINDY GIANTOSOS, CHRIS Distributive Education. GIECK, STEVE Football, Baseball. GILCHRIST, TIM All City Football, All City Lacrosse, All State Football, Backwards Dance Candidate, General Assembly, "D" Club, ILF Club, Jr. Escort, La- crosse Club, National Honor Society, Swim- ming. 2I3 GILLESPIE, GENE GLICK, STEVE GOALSTONE, MARC Jr. Escort, Concert Choir, Cheerleader. Q. ,-an 1433 GOODMAN, KAREN GOODSON, RUSSELL GOLDBURG, IRVING J. Quill 8. Scroll, President, Verbatim Club, Modrif gals, Wrestling, National Merit Semi-Finolist, Heritage Stott, Sponsor's Aide, Jr, Escort, DAR Winner, FTA, All School Show, All City Choir, Hunting. GOLDSTElN, DAVID GOLDSTEIN, ELLEN GOLDSTEIN, JEFF Student Council, Treasurer, Concert Band, Gen- eral Assembly, Show Orchestra, Concert Or- chestra, Show Band, Sr, Closs Representative. GOOD, CONNIE GORDEN, LINDA GORDON BRAD Mogulmeisters. GORDON, SUSAN -.X C Be GORSETT, RODNEY GRAVES, SUSAN GRAY, GARY GREEN BERG, JOANNE GOTTESFELD, GARY GRABER, Sl-IERRIE Pre-Med Club, Model Teens Club, Mogulmeist- ers. GRAHAM, LORETTA GRASMICK, KAY GREENE, JOHN KELLY Track, Pre-Low Club. GREENE, RICK GREENSTEIN, MICHAEL GREENSTINE, RICHARD Bowling Club, All City Bond, Concert Bond Concert Orchestra. GREY, LINDA Mogulmeisfers, Pre-Social Work Club. HARE, TOM GUNTHER, LINDA DECA. HADLEY, JACK HAMILTON, SHERYL HAMMEL, DAVID Gymnastics, Mogulmeisters HARLESS, DEBRA HARMALA, TIMO HARRISON, DENISE HELLERSTEIN, MARK National Honor Societyg Jr. Escort? All School Showg Boys' Stateg Basebollg Basketball. HELM, RICK ' Heritage Staff, Faculty and Achievement Editor, Quill 8. Scroll, Lacrosse Clubg AFS Host. HAZLETT, SU E HENDRICKS, MARC HERSHNER, NANCY HICKEY, SUSY Patriot Porpoisesg Jr. Prom At- tendant, Drama Clubg Jr. Prin- cess Candidateg Cheerleader. HILL, BRAD General Assemblyg "D" Club? Baseballg Bowling Cluby Bridge Clubg Heritage Staff, Photo Format Editor, High School Publications Cont.7 Jr. Class Representative, Student Coun- cilg Quill 8. Scrollg Press Dayg State Leadership Cont. HILMES, JUDY HIRSH, CANDY HIXON, DEBBIE Mogulmeistersg Patriot Porpoisesg Green Pep- pers. Model Teens Club, Patriot Pincushionsg Kiwan- ettesg Green Peppers, HILL, LAURIE Green Peppersg Concert Choirg Cranberry Ob- livian. HlLLlARD, ANDRINEE PTA Fashion Show Modelg Cheerleader. HJORT, LINDA National Honor Societyp Rifle Clubg PTA Fashion Show Modelg Speech Club, Teen-Age Republi- cansg Jr. Escort, Honor Clubg Honorary Cadetg Drama Club, Girls' State Representative, HOFMEISTER, VAL HOLMES, MICHAEL HOLT, CINDI HOOD, SUSIE Speech Club, Teen-Age Repub- licans President, State Secre- tary, Patriot Porpoises, Rifle Club, Mogulmeisters, National Honor Society, Green Peppers, HOWARD, ROGER Rifle Team, Speech Club. IKNER, WAYNE Wrestling, Track, Speech Club, Show Band, PTA Fashion Show Model, ILF Club, All School Show, Concert Band, General Assembly, Concert Orchestra, All City Band, Drama Club. 2I8 HOMER, DARLENE HOYT, CINDY HUGHES, KATHY Choralaires, All State, Concert Choir, All School Show, Drama Club, Honorary Cadet, Speech Club, Thespians, Madri- gals, National Honor Society. HUNT, ROBERT Bowling Club, Red Cross. HYDER, MARY IVERSON, RONALD JACKSON, JACK JACKSON, KEN JACOBSEN, MAREN IRVIN, JILL National Honor Society, Jr. Escort, Pre-Med Club, National Merit Commendation, Green Peppers, Honor Club, Bowling Team, Concert Band, Flag Team, Concert Orchestra. JENSEN, JERRY JEUNG, MARGIE JOHNSON, ANN Jr. Classical League, I-R Club, Honor Club, Jr. Escort, Folk Music Club, Mogulmeisters, Nation- al Honor Society, PTA Fashion Show Hostess. JOHNSON, CAROL JOHNSON, LINDA JOHNSON, PATTY Gymnastics, PTA Fashion JONES, BARBARA Green Peppers, Art Club. Show Hostess. JOHNSON, GAYLE JAPHA, DANIEL Speech Club, Pre-Law Club, National Honor So ciety, Inter-Club Council. JEE, KATHLEEN Model Teens Club, Art Club JEFFERSON, JOHN JENKINS, JOHN lll Key Club, Mogulmeisters, Wrestling Concert Band. JENNINGS, JEAN 3 JORGENSEN, ROBERT I JUSTMAN, GENE KAMMERER, PEGGY Show Orchestrog Jr. Red Crossg Bowling Cluby Concert Orchestrog Concert Choir, KAPLAN, JOSH KARCHER, CRAIG KARSH, KAREN we KATCHUR, ALAN KATZ, DENISE KELLER, DOROTHY FTAg Green Peppers, Flog Tecimg Locrosse Clubg Kiwan- ettesg Jr. Red Cross, Potriot Por- poisesg PTA Fashion Show Model. KEYS, LYNETTE NAACP Youth Council, Pres.g Green Peppersg Modern Doncey Model Teens Cluby Soul Codets, Secretory. KING, KATHY Mogulmeistersg Kiwonettesg All City Choir, Teen-Age Republi' cons. KLAUSNER, DEBBiE KLEIN, BARBARA All cify Pep Club. KNIGHT, MARK KLEINMAN, DONNA I-R Club, FTA, Model Teens Club. KNAPP, RICK Mogulmeisters, Lacrosse Club. KNASTER, KENNETH Heritage Staff, Album Editor, Quill 84 Scroll, Na- tional Honor Society, Stage Crew. vm KNOTT, SUSAN 401: l-R Club, KNOX, DEBBIE KOHLER, MARK Modern Dance, Model Teens Club, General Assembly, Homecoming Candidate, Green Peppers, Soph. Princess KOTASEK, BILL KOPEPASAH, DIANA KOSHT, DIANE Speech Club, Green Peppers. KOLE, FLIP General Assembly, ILF Club, Football. Candidate, ICE, VICA Club. Jr. Escort, Honor Club, Pre- Med Club, National Honor So' ciety, Verbatim Club, Jr, Acad emy of Sciences. KREBS, JIM Surveyor Staff, Head Photog- rapher. KRICK, PATTY FTA, Green Peppers, Treasurer, All City Pep Club. KOZATCH, JERRY Ping Pong Club, Verbatim Club, Mogulmeisters, National Merit Commendation. .cv-C 'V' KRISS, RONDA Homecoming Candidate, Nat'I. Honor Society, PTA Fashion Show Hostess. LANCASTER, JACK LANDIE, MIKE '7-'ii LEMBERG, BOBBYE Art Club, FTA. LEPORE, rom LEREW, JAY LESLIE, MICHAEL I-R Club, LEVEY, STEVE All School Show, Concert Band, Concert Or- chestra, Heritage Staff, Photographer, Jr. Classi- col League, Karate, Not'l. Honor Society, Show Band, Show Orchestra. LEVIN, RICHARD ,,g..a-.g LaSELLE, KENT Cross Country, Wrestling. LAWELLIN, JANET Green Peppers, Model Teens Club, ers, Patriot Porpoises. LEE, CLAUDETTE Concert Choir, Model Teens Club. LEHRER, STEPHEN LEIGH, BRUCE Mogulmeist- ,,.. , , ,,,,,.,,:,m X in Q 'S entre LEVINE, MARK c LEVINE, RICK .,,, A LIPPER, TERRY LIPS, MICHAEL Pre-Med Clubg Bowling Cluby Teen-Age Republi- CCHS, LUDWIG, JOHN LUNG, LINDA LUTZ, DENISE PTA Fashion Show Modelg Jr. Princess Condi- dateg Student Councilg Head Start Adult Educa- tion Tutor. MAHONY, BARRY LEVY, LINDA LILJESTROM, MARIBETH LINGER, CINDI LIPPER, CAROL LOEWI DAVID ead Boy National Honor Society Speech Club Student Council Nu ional Merit Semi Finalist All City Student Council General Assembly Bridge Club Swimming I R Club LOVE GEORGE ILF Club Football LOVE, LYNDA MAIFORTH, MARY MANASSEE, TERRY FTA, Girls' Sports, Gymnastics, Sports Club, Ten- nis, Girls' Swimming Team. MANDEL, LINDA Nat'l. Merit Commendation, Modern Dance, President, Cranberry Oblivion. MANTELLO, CHERYL MARINELLI, JANE VICA, Jr. Red Cross. MARKLEY, MARILYN MARSHALL, LINDA ,uv MARTIN, COLLEEN MARTIN, DOUG Gymnastics, Mogulmeisters MASON, MARK All City Choir, Concert Band, Concert Choir. MAY, RANDY Baseball, Bowling Club, "D" Club, Football, General Assembly, High School Publications Conference, Nat'l. Honor Society, Principals Advisory Council, Quill 8. Scroll, Student Coun- cil, Surveyor Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Verbatim Club. McCABE, LAURA Choralaires, Concert Choir, Drama Club, PTA Fashion Show Model., MCCAIN, JACK MCCLELLAND, BRUCE MCCOLL, BRUCE MCCOY, ROXANE Model Teensy Mogulmeisters. 3 MCCRACKEN, DANIEL MCCREA, THOMAS MCENTEE, JANET MCGRATH, KATHY MCGUIRE, PAM Speech Cluby Concert Choirg Drama Clubg Mad- rigals. MCGUIRE, SEAN ,wiv MCCALMON, DEBBIE PTA Fashion Show MCCARTY, KATHY MCCARTY, KEN Basketball. ...J-4? 44,10 ft MCKENZIE, NEIL Literary Publicationg Mogulmeistersg Speech Club. MCKIBBEN, FRANK MCKINNEY, SANDY PTA Fashion Show Hostess, MICHAELS, ROBIN FTA, Natl. Honor Society, Natl Merit Corn- mendation, Surveyor Staff. MIKLIN, JERRY Concert Band, Jr. Classical League. MILLER, GEORGE MCNALLY, MIKE Baseball, Basketball, Bowling Club, Na I Honor Society, "D" Club. MCNICHOLS, STEVE MEEHAN, LINDA MELLIN, TED MICHAELS, DAN Jr. Escort, MILLER, LEN MILLER, ROBIN AII City Student Council, Cheerlead- er, Flag Team, General Assembly, Girls' Sports, Green Peppers, Gym- nastics, Jr. Class Treasurer, Jr. Prom Candidate, PTA Fashion Show Model, Patriot Porpoises, Student Council. MILLER, RUTH MILZER, KAREN Folk Music Club, Model Teens Club, Modern Dance, Natl. Honor Socie- ty, PTA Fashion Show Hostess, Mog- ulmeisters. MINOQUE, PATTY Model Teens Club, MITCHELL, MINDY I-R Club, Kiwanettes, Model Teens Club, Mogulmeisters. MOLITOR, BONNIE MONTAVON, LYNN MOON EY PATRICK Baseball, Football K MOORE, SALLY MOORE, JACKIE MOORE, KRISTINE Green Peppers, All City Pep Club, FTA. MORRIS, DEBORAH X MORRIS, PAUL Mogulmeisters, Surveyor Staff, Publicity Manage er, Varsity Football Manager, Varsity Basketball Manager. MOTT, JAMES MOTT, ROBERT MULLANEY, EDWARD Backwards Dance Candidate, Basketball, Bowl- ing Club, Tri-Hi-Y, "D" Club, Verbatim Club, Football. MURPHY, DENNIS Mogulmeisters, Swimming, Ping Pong Club. MURRAY, RICK FBLA, ICE. MUSE, JUDY Kiwanettes, Model Teens Club, Mogulmeisters, Teen-Age Republicans, Patriot Porpoises. 227 Fw if -may . 'U K ' X .ov, , ,N .U 228 in 1 '.-Kris.. NEVINS, JEFF All City Orchestra, Bridge Club, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Honor Club, Jr. Escort, Nat'I. Honor Society, Pre-Law Club, Nat'l. Merit Commendation, "D" Club, Key Club, Surveyor Staff, News Editor. NEWBY, KATHIE NEWMAN, DEBBIE Green Peppers, Mogulmeisters. NISSANOV, ANAT 948. Miva NELSON, CINDY NETZER, KAREN Green Peppers, Jr. Escort Nat'I. Honor Society, Nat'l Merit Semi-Finalist, PTA Fash ion Show Model. NEUMANN, SUSAN FTA, Teen-Age Republicans Patriot Porpoises, Mogulmeist- ers. NOBLE, SHARON NORDSTROM, DARICK OKUNO, ROD Football, lLF Club. .ax 'fffizzev NYDEGGER, GARY General Assembly, Mogulmeisters, Speech Club O'BRIEN, CHERYL General Assembly, Girls' Sports, Gymnastics Model Teens Club, Mogulmeisters, Patriot Por poises, Sports Club. ODONNELL, JOY FTA, Green Peppers. OLIVER, SUSAN Green Peppers, Jr. Red Cross. PARSONS, ALEX Tennis. PATE, EARL All City Chair, Concfert Choir, General Assem- bly, Heritage Staff, Quill 8. Scroll, Madrigols. PATTON, JAMES PELUSO, DEBBIE PEPPER, CANDY General Assembly, Green Peppers, Model Teens Club, Modern Dance, Patriot Porpoises. OLSON, PAM PEROS, GWEN PETERSON, KAREN PHELPS, MARGO Pl-llLlPS, KAREN PHILLIPS, DEBBIE Q Model Teens Club, Mogulmeisters, PTA Fashion Show Hostess, Patriot Porpoises, Teen-Age Re- publicans. ORCHARD, KATHY General Assemblyg Model Teens Club, PTA Fash' ion Show Model. OSHER, LAURIE Mogulmeisters. OXMAN, GARY Bowling Club, Mogulmeisters, Gymnastics, Ten ms. 3 9. 5 E , T . he PIERSON, PAMELA PHILLIPS, MIKE Not'lI Honor Society, Pre-Med CIub, Honor Club. PIERSON, FRANCIS I Mogulmeusters, Stoge Crew, PTA Foshnon Show I IIII I .I I I II,IoooI, IJII,I I II .. A II II ,W I III t f' I I Hostess. PLLJMMER, KATHY AII City Pep Club, Green Peppers. POLOKOFF, ANDI POMERANZ, SARA Honor CIub, I-R Club, Jr. Escort, Notl. Honor Socuety, Surveyor Stuff, POPE, MIKE Edutorlol Editor. POOL, ZACK POTTER, MIKE PRESAS, TATI POTTER, NANCY All City Orchestra, Concert Orches- tro, Green Peppers, Jr. CIossicoI League, Teen-Age Repubhcons. POWERS, TIM Boys Stote, Cross Country, Jr. Escort, Not'I. Honor Society, Notl. Mertt Comrnendotlon, Soccer CIub, Wres- thng, Arntgos de los Amerncos. PROCTOR, CHERYL PROEBSTEL, DON PLJCHEK, JOE PLJLIS, VICKI AII Ctty Cnotr, Concert Choir, Dromo Club, Klwonettes, Mogulmeisters, Mcrdrtgols, Potriot Porpoises, Teen- Age Repubhcons. General Assembly Honor Club, Jr, Escort, Ce- phalos Edltorval Staff Nat'l Honor Society, Pre Law Treasurer Natl Merit Semi-Finalnst, Verbatim Club President Emeritus. Gymnastics Jr Classlcal League. REDD SHIRLEY Art Club REED MELANIE Jr Classscal League REID JANET ' ,R REID, PEGGY Art Club, Jr. Classlcal League, I-R Club, Head Start Adult Education Tutor. REST, LYNNE FTA, Pre-Social Work Club. REULER, SUSAN All School Show, Bowlmg Club, Green Peppers, FTA, Pre-Med Club, Rifle Club, GW Shakers, Presldent. RHODES, ERICA All School Show, Cheerleader, Drama Club, Treasur' er, Jr. Escort, Honor Club, Natl. Honor Society, Cran- berry Oblivion, Natl. Merit Commendatnon, Jr. Prom Attendant, Jr, Red Cross, Mogulmeisters, Pre-Law Club, Speech Club, PTA Fashnon Show Model, Patriot Porpoises, General Assembly, Natl. Forensic League. 23l RHODES, FRANK Mogulmeisters ROBERTS, DANIEL ROGERS, TOD Bowling Club. ROMERO, FRANCISCO ROSE, SHIRLEY Green Peppers, Rifle Club, Rifle Team, Commander of Girls' ROTC. ROBINSON, RICHARD RICHEY, ROGER Lacrosse Club. ROBERTSON, GARY Gymnastics. ROGERS, ED Football, Basketball, Baseball. ROSENBERG, SARA ROSENFELD, KAREN Drama Club, Model Teens Club. ROSS, JOAN Patriot Pin Cushions, ROTHENBERG, MOLLY Honorary Cadet, I-R Club, Jr, Escort, Jr, Prom Candidate, Mogulmeisters, Natl, Honor Society, Nat'l. Merit Semi-Finalist, Head Start Adult Edu- cation Tutor. ROUP, NORMAN TODD ROZELLE, REGINA RUBACK, JANN Girls Sports, Swim Team Monoger, Heritage Stott, Potriot Porpoises. RUBIN, IDETTE Green Peppers, Pre-Sociol Work Club. ..4-I' RUBINSON, LESLIE RUSHING, ROCKY RUTLAND, GAIL Show Hostess. SALIMAN, EVIE All School Show, Choroloires, Concert Choir, Generol Assembly, FTA, Green Peppers. SAMS, THOMAS SAMUEL, LESLIE Bowling Club, Green Peppers, Mogulmeisters, Speech Club, Potriot Pin Cushions. SANDERS, JANE All City Pep Club, Dromo Club, Green Peppers, Model Teens Club, Modern Donce, PTA Fashion SACHS, CAROLANN Dromo Club, Girls Sports, Honorary Codet, Kor cte, Model Teens Club, Pre-Med Club, Not'l Honor Society, Potriot Porpoises, 233 Jr. Classical League, Wrestling, Track. SARCLETTI, DIANE SCHACHTER, JACK Boys' Staley Nall Honor Soci- SCANLON, SUE elyg Pre-Med Clubg All City Red Cross SCHAPIRE, IRENE SCHMID, DON scHoR, P1-xrri SCHWARE, ROBBIE SCHWARTZ, MINDY Work Club SCHWARTZ STU ILF Club SCOTT, DAN Club. SAMU ELS, BILL SAVAGE, STEVE Model Teens Club, Pre-Social Foolballg Wrestling, Pre-Med Mogulmeislersg Noll Honor Societyg Quill 81 Scroll, High School Publications Conferf ence, Surveyor Sloffg AFS Fi' nalislg Verbalim Club. SEARS, LYNNE Honor Cluby l-R Clubg Jr. Escort Natl Honor Society, Nafl, Meri? Semi-Finalist, Pre-Med Clubg Cranberry Oblivion, Cepliolos, SEBESTA, NANCY SELVY, RAY All City Bandg All School Snowy Mogulmeistersp Wrestling. SETTLE, KAREN FTA, Head Start Adult Education Tutor. SHAFNER, BONNEE Drama Clubg Patriot Pin Cushionsg Cephalos. SHAMES, JAY General Assemblyg Jr. Escortg Patriot Pair, Pre- Medy Verbatim Club. SHOTT, CHRIS Concert Bandg Mogulmeisters. SHREVE, THEO SHWARTZ, IRA SILVER, ERIC Tennis. SILVER, JOE League. SIMONDS, RICHARD SLAICHERT, DON SHRADER, KATHY I-R Clubg Junior Classical Leagueg Tri-Hi-Y Speech Clubg Junior Classical SILVER, TODD All City Swimmingg All-State Swim- ming. SMITH, CATHERINE SMITH, DEBBIE LYNN AII School Show, Mogulmeist- ers. SMITH, GREG SMITH, JILL SMITH, RON SMYTH, DEBBIE Jr. Escort, Mod Pre-Med Club. SOBULE, JIM el Teens Club, SMALLEY, KIM AII City Choir, AII School Show, Choralcires Concert Choir, Dromo Club, Mogulmeistersg Po Trio? Porpoises, Speech Club, Recording Secre tory. SMILANIC, DEBBIE SMITH, MARILYN SMITH, MIKE hard ,,,,, SPIVAK, PAUL SPODEN RUGBY SPRINGER, STEVE STANLEY, MARK STARBUCK, DIANE STARKS NANCY Concert Choir, FTA, Green Peppers, Kiwanettes, Model Teens Club, Mog- ulmeisters, PTA Fashion Show Host- ess, Soul Cadet. STEINBRUEGGE, DAVID STEINBERG, JAY Cephalos, Jr. Escort, Natl. Honor Society, Pre-Med Club. STEINER, JOHN All City Swimming, All State Swimming, Nat'l. Merit Semi- final ist. STEINFELD, VICKIE General Assembly, Green Peppers, Kiwanettes, Treasurer, Model Teens Club. STENQUIST, CHRIS Green Peppers, Kiwanettes, Speech Club. STEWART, MICHAEL All City Band, All City Orchestra, All School Show, Baseball, Concert Band, Concert Orches- tra, Cross Country, "D" Club. STOKER, GARY STOOLE, MIKE Wrestling, Mogulmeisters. STRACHMAN, SHEILA Art Club, Heritage Staff, Art Editor, High School Publications Conference, Ouill 81 Scroll. STRAIN, JAN STRAIN, JEANNINE poises. Cheerleader, Jr. Classical League, Patriot Por- STRATHMAN, CAROL FTA, High School Publications Conference, Nat'l. Honor Society, Quill 81 Scroll, Surveyor Staff, Business Manager, Speech Club, DECA. STRATHMAN, STEVE STRAUSS, RICHARD A STREAR, BARBARA SWITZER, KEVIN Art Club, Gymnastics. SYMONS, DEBBIE All City Pep Club, Green Peppers. TAMARESIS, CAROL Green Peppers, Heritage Staff, Assistant Editor-Business Manager, High School Publications Conference, Jr. Red Cross, Kiwanettes, Model Teens Club, Treasurer, Modern Dance, Natl. Honor Society, PTA Fashion Show Model, Quill 81 Scroll, Teen-Age Republicans, Verbatim Club, Press Day. TANZER, JANIS All School Show, Bowling Club, Concert Orchestra, Folk Music Club, Treasurer, Show Orchestra, Tennis Club, Jr. Red Cross. TAPPARO, KIMBERLE THERKELSON, SHARON STREAR, MIKE SUGARMAN, JIM SUGERMAN, DEBBIE Green Peppers, Patriot Porpoises, Water Show Swimming. SUMMERS, DAN SUNSHINE, RANDI THOMPSON, CATHY THOMPSON, DAVE THULSON, MARK Cross Country, Natl. Merit Semi-Finalist, Scholastic Art Award, Surveyor Stott, Head Photographer, Track. TITMAN, SHEILA Folk Music Club, TREAT, HAROLD Honor Clubp Jr. Escort, Nofl. Honor Society, Nofionol Merit Commendcfiong Rifle Team. TRENCHARD, JIM TROUT, JILL TOWBIN, KEN Honor Clubg NoI'l. Honor Society, Noll Merit Commendotiong Speech Club. TOZIER, DIANE TRAUMAN, PAUL General Assemblyp Mogulmeislers. ULLERICH, RICK UNDERWOOD, MIKE VALENTINE, VALERIE Rifle Clubg Soul Cadet. TUTEUR, SHELLEY Concert Choir UHL, ANDREW TULL, PAULA TULPER, CARRIE TURNER, DAVE WALSH, PATTI Concert Band, Girls' Sports, Mogulmeistersg PTA Fashion Show Hostess, Patriot Porpoises. WASINGER, KATHY Green Peppers, WAXMAN, BETH Honor Club, Jr. Escort, Nat'I. Honor Society, Tennis Club. WEDGLE, HONEY Green Peppers. VAN THEIN, VALERIE Model Teens Club, Mogulmeisters. VIRTUE, BECKY VETTER, VICKI All City Choir, Concert Choir, Madri- galsg Nat'l. Honor Society. VOORHEES, MIKE Choralairesg Concert Choir, PTA 'Fashion Show Model. WAGNER BARBARA Jr. Escort, Mogulmeisters. WAHRLICH STEVE WALKER, ESTHER WALKER, MAXINE DECA, WALKER, WILLIAM WALLACE MICHELLE Art Club, Kiwanettes WALSH, JIM Jr. Classical League. WEDGLE, RICKIE All City Student Council, All School Show, As- sembly Committee, Drama Club, Student Coun cil, Soph. Class Vice-President, Jr. Class Vice President, Heritage Staff, Honor Club, I-R Club PrincipaI's Advisory Council, Speech Club NAACP Youth Council, Coordinator, Head Start Adult Education Program, Sr. Class Assembly Representative. WEILER, DOUG WEIMAR, DAVID WEISGERBER, KERRY WELLS, PEGGY WHARFIELD, KATHY WHEELER, JOHN Football, ILF Club. Concen Orcheslro Glrls Sports Jr Clossicol League Show Orchestra .lr Escort Patriot Por- Model Teens Club Pre Low Club. WOOD, LARRY Honor Cluby Nofl. Honor Society. WOOD, PAUL WOODS, HAROLD Concerl Bondi Key Clubg Nofl. Honor Socielyg Pre-Low, Principal's Advisory Councilg PTA Fashion Show Modelp Ncfl. Merit Commendotiong Surveyor Sfaffg Speech Clubg Truck. WRIGHT, SCOTT Concert Choirg All School Show. YOUNGREN, DOUG ' YOUNKIN, CHRIS Model Teens Club. ZALER, CAROL FTA. Pre-Social Work Clubp Model Teens Club. ZANON, KATIE ZAPILER, SUSAN ZEIS, ROB III ZIOLKOWSKI, LYNN ZOSKE, SUSAN National Honor Societyg Mogulmeistersg Green Peppers-. ZWIEBEL, JEANNETTE Concert Orchestrog All Stote Orchestrog Honor Club. All City Orchestra. Jr. Escortg Not'I. Honor Societyg Nct'I. Merit Semi-Finalist. Show Orches- trcp Soloist with Concert Orchestra. ZEITLIN, HARRY ZEROBNICK, RICHARD Mogulmeistersg Pre-Med Club. HORNBEIN, PETER PAPPAS, NICK rf, ,WYW T329 ALLEN, MARRIANNE BARTON, PAT BARTON, LESLIE BOWEN, TOM BRUCE, BOB DILTS, DEENA ERICKSON, BOB FREED, KRIS Choraloires, Concert Choir, Nat'l, Honor Socie- ty, Teen-Age Republicans, G.W. 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Backus, Carolyn 200 Baginski, Lynne 170 Bailey, Herschel Bailey, Linda 148 Bailey, Pamela Bailey, Steve 201 Baird, Larry Baker, David Baker, Lon Baker, Ronney Baker, Steven Balkin, Bruce 170 Ball, Stephen Bancroft, Kathy 170 Bandy, George Bane, Mike 170 Banko, Donald Bard, Gail 201 Bartield, Murray Barmes, Kathy Jo 148 Barnes, Duncan Barnett, Linda Barocas, Sue 115, 201 Barr, Marveen Barrall, Ann Barron, Dennis Barron, Steve 201 Bartee, Doug 134, 201 Bartee, Russell 148 Bartlet, Michael Bartlet, Steven Barton, Dawn 148 Barton, Leslie 244 Barton Pat 244 Basefsky, Kirk 201 Basler, Hans Bass, James 170 Bates, Denise 170 Bates, William 148 Batie, Karen Baughman, Randy 201 Baum, Jeffrey Baumann, April 148 Bautsh, Diane 148 Bayha, Steve 201 Baylor, Bruce 201 Bayne, Barbara Bayne, Wallace 148 Bazemore, Carole 170 Beal, Russell 148 Beals, Patty 201 Beard, Claudia 170 Beard, Debra 149 Beattie, Lisa 171 Beavers, Nancy Beck, John Behrens, Cynthia Beimford, James 149 Beitscher, Stephanie Bell, Lonnie Bender, Gale 149 Benish, Elizabeth 149 Bennett, Barbara 149 Bennett, Doug 171 Benson, Jody Bequette, Neida Berenbaum, Julie 149 Berenbaum, Sandi 201 Berenbeim, David 149 Berenbeim, Polly 201 Berenbeim, Ruth 171 Bertf, Barbara Berger, Alsen Berglund, Linda Bergman, Steve 49, 201 Berlau, Patricia 149 Berman, Martha Berman, Patricia Berman, Stephen Berner, Erika Bernstein, Lori Bernstein, Randy Bernstein, Richard Bershof, Judy 30 Berve, Thomas Beusse, Missy 41, 201 Bevard, Janie 202 Bible, Michael Biegen, Jeffrey Bieri, Barbara Birman, Aida 202 Birnbaum, Marc 202 Biorlin, Mark 149 Black, Bernard 37 Black, David 202 Black, Ken 202 Blackburn, Nina 202 Blakemore, Lynn 149 Bledsoe, Robert 202 Bleecker, Thomas Bley, Greg 171 Bliska, Thomas Blitt, Darlene 202 Blixt, DeborahT Blood-Smyth,LDavid 202 Blood-Smyth, Evie 171 Bloom, Charles Blum, Michele Board, Darrell Bobrick, Felecia 149 Bodmer, Craig 171 Boenisch, Kenneth 171 Bolin, Deborah 149 Bollig, Andrea Bollig, Bryan Bollig, Patricia Bokor, Phylene Bonbright, Bill 202 Bond, Dru Bond, Rebecca 22, 149 Bonvincini, Lori 78, 171 Bookhamer, Tanya 202 Booras, George 202 Booth, Lance Borelli, Janet Borrego, Gloria Bortman, Deborah Borucki, Mark 171 Bosco, Kristine 202 Bosco, William Boscoe, Mark Boss, Mardi 149 Bott, Jim 203 Bottoms, Kim Bouldin, Ken 203 Bouldin, Ronald Bouts, Bill 203 Bouts, Catherine 171- Bowen, Lucille Bowen, Tom 244 Bower, Julia 149 Bower, Mike 49, 83, 104, Bowes, Carolyn 138, 203 Bowman, Richard 149 Boxer, Gary 171 Boxer, Paul 149 Boyd, Bill 42, 43, 203 Boyd, Janie 171 Boyd, Jeaneen Boyd, Maureen Boyle, Kris 203 Boze, William Bradford, Beverly 171 Bradley, Karen 149 aw, David 171 Brady, Elizabeth Brady, Margaret Brandenburg, Craig Brandenburg, Joan Brander, Michael Brandsma, Kaye 172 Brandt, Cheryl Brandt, Cynthia Brasch, Leah Bredar, Bill 46 Bjeningstall, Orvin 37, 63 Brennan, Kathy 149 Brewer, Kandy Brewster, Jill 172 Brewster, Pete 203 Bright, James Bright, Kathlene Briney, Bert Briske, Tom 63 Britton, Dorothy Broadway, Bruce 203 Broida, Lynda Broida, Rickey Broman, Karen 172 Brooks, Anthony Brooks, Kevin Brooks, Melanie 203 Broomhall, Becky Broussard, James Brouwer, Jim 203 Brown, Dortha Brown, Jack Brown, Jeannette Brown, Joann 203 Brown, Karla Brown, George Brown, Kit 172 Brown, Linda L. Brown, Linda W. 150 Brown, Marvin' 150 Brown, Myron Brown, Robin Brown, Rosemary Brown, Royce Brown, Ruth Brown, Sheri 203 Brown, Sue Brown, Theodore Brubaker, Barbara 172 Bruce, Bob 244 Bruce, Polly 30, 78, 172 Bruckman, Darle Brumalow, Dale Brungardt, Cindy 172 Bruski, Thomas Bryant, Cheri 203 Buchanan, Penny Buckley, Mary 172 Buckstein, Caryl Butt, Barbara William 1 Buford, Craig Buford, George Buka, Tim 204 Bullock, Linda 150 Bunies, Karl 172 Burn, Jan 172 Burnet, Paula Burns, Barry Burns, Michael Burshtyn, Laurence Burton, William 150 Bush, Boyce Busmire, Rodney 172 Bussey, Mike 204 Butler, Barbara Butler, Cathy 204 Butler, Patty 172 Cain, Michael Calkins, Kenyon 150 Calkins, Tracy 204 Calkins, Wendy 150 Chamberlain, Joni 205 Chambers, Connie Chamlee, Jay 173 Chamlee, Jennie 205 Chandler, Mala Chavez, Anthony Cherry, Rebecca 136, 205 Cherry, Robert Chesler, Lori 150 Chiappone, Anita Chichester, Deborah 150 Chism, Jimmy Chittenden, Barbara 150 Chittenden, Cheryl 205 Chittenden, Constance 205 Conitz, Janet 174 Connell, Elizabeth 206 Cook, Bill 151 Cook Bob 101 Cook, Carolyn Cook, David Cook Debra 174 COQl4, Donna 206 Cook, Gary Cook Robert Cook Sherrianne 207 Cook Spence 174 Cooke, Barbara Cooley, Debra 151 Cooley, Jane 151 Coomer, Terri 78, 174 Chorney, Marc Chrane, Susie 83, 205 Christensen, Sherri 150 Christiansen, Robert Christianson, Janet Christopherson, Francine 150 Chromy, Vera 173 Coontz, Denise Cooper, Anne Cooper, Rhonda Cooper, Steven Cooper, Thomas 22, 23, 46, 207 Copen, Evan 151 Corash, Dennis 151 Call, Mark Callaway, Gloria 204 Campbell, David D. 204 Campbell, David J. 172 Campbell, Douglas Campbell, Michele Campbell, Sharon 150 Campbell, Suzanne 204 Canepa, Carmen 150 Ciolek, Roberta 205 Clark, Barbara Clark, Carolyn Clark, Doneva 173 Clark, Kathryn 150 Clark, Kimberly 205 Clark, Lea 205 Clark, Ronald Corey, Marley Cormier, Mary 151 Corn, Stephanie 174 Corn, Susan 207 Corrado, James Corrado, Linda Corwin, Danny 207 Corwin, Sheila 207 Canfield, Duane Cannon, Stephen Cantrell, Claire Carbaugh, Candy 204 Carbaugh, Gloria 204 Carbaugh, Kerry 172 Carey, Connie Carey, Dave 204 Clay, Jacque 173 Clearfield, Anita Clem, Brad 173 Clement, Bruce 151 Clement, Susan 205 Cleveland, Ann 139, 206 Cleveland, John 46, 48, 173 Cline, Emmett Cosgriff, Shauna Cotton, George 207 Cotton, Melanie 30, 31, Couch, Rebecca Coulter, Delores 207 Cowell, Steve 207 Cown, Steve 207 Coxson, Richard Carey, Debbie 150 Carlson, John J. Carlson, John R. Carlson, Larry 204 Carlson, Mark 172 Carlson Carnes, , Marilyn 204 John 150 Carpenter, Christine 150 Carpenter, Elizabeth Carpenter, James 22, 172 Carpenter, Kathy 173 Carrasco, Barbara Carrasco, Philip Carrell, Charles Carrell, Jeri Carson, James 46, 173 Carson, Michael Carson, Nancy 150 Carter, Connie Carter, Gene 173 Carter, Glen Carter, Patricia Carter, Stephen Carter, Theresa 204 Cary, Paul 173 Cason, Alfonso Cline, Kathryn Clinger, Ann 151 Clinton, Robert 151 Clipp, Cobb, Wayne Margaret 151 Cochran, Cindy 173 Codding, Peggy 173 Cody, Melanie 151 Cody, Wendy 206 Coggan, Sharon 206 Cohan, Marsha 206 Cohan, Susan 151 Cohen, Debbie 206 Cohen, Don 173 Cohen, Douglas Cohen, Gary Cohen, Jeffery Cohen, Kenneth Cohen, Lisa Cohen, Mark 151 Cohen, Michael 151 Cohen, Michael N. Cohen, Shelly 174 Cohen, Stephen Cohen, Steven Crabb, Debra Craddock, Russell Craig, Kerry 174 Crandell, Lynn 207 Creel, Evan 207 Creighton, Thomas Cribbs, Lee Ann 207 Crisler, Wayne Criswell, Jim 207 Cromar, David Cromar, Karen Cross, Betty Cross, Lewis Cross, Michael Crossley, Jaquelyne Cuellar, Martha 207 Cullen, Vincent Cunningham, Janet 115, 79, 174 207, 270 Cunningham, Marcia 208 Curfman, Paul 151 Curl, Terry 151 Curley, R. C. Curnow, David 174 Currigan, Thomas 208 Curtin, Daniel 151 Curtin, Paddi 208 Cason, Lennard Cass, Diane 150 Cass, Kimberly 150 Cassell, Danny 205 Cassell, Debra 150 Cassidy, Rosemary Caughey, Peter Cersonsky, Jeff 205 Cersonsky, Kathy 205 Chacon, Manuel Chai, Anthony Chai, Linda 205 260 Cohen, Susan Cohen, Venida 206 Cohn, Arlen 174 Cohn, Martin 206 Colby, Lee 206 Cole, Bruce 206 Cole, Dwight 206 Cole, Linda Cole, Stephen Collier, Rhonda Collins, David Collins, Wally 174 Collins, William Custard, Alice 151 Dach, Sue 208 Dachman, Laurie Dachner, Rhonda 208 Dacus, Claudette 174 Danehy, Patrick 151 Daniels, Karen 174 Darby, Roxanne Dascalos, Deno Daves, Ann 152 Davidson, Della 152 Davidson, Edward 152 Davidson, Robert Davis Davis, Davis Davis, Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 Ann 174 Bethany 208 Charles A. 208 Charles J. Gary 46, 47, 48 Gayle Martin Paul Robert Sheryl 175 Stephen 152 Terri 175 , Timothy Dawkins, Dawkins, Dawson, Dawson, Dawson, Dawson Ann Debbie 208 Brent 46, 48, Daniel Edwina 152 Thomas Day, Kdthy Day, Sheryl Day, William Dean, Susan 208 Debber, Randy Dechant, Connie 208 Dechant, Donald Dedrickson, Michael Defrantz, Gayle Degree, Susan 152 Delimont, Albert Delimont, Lavina Demo, Chris 175 Denholm, Diane 175 Dentino, James Dern, Philip Derose, Joseph Derose, Linda DeRusha, Richard 208 Desanti, Mary Detamble, Scott Deutsch, Linda 175 Devin, Steven Devires, Douglas Devitt, David 152 De Waal, Peter Dewar, Gregory 152 Dewar, Rick 175 Dewit, Mark 63 Dewitt, Dennis 208 Diamant, Harry Diccicco, David Dichter, Laura 208 Dickinson, Diane 152 Dickinson, John 175 Dickson, Jan 175 Dill, Sandy 209 Dill, Susan Dillon, Linda 209 Dillon, Matthew Dilts, Deena 244 Dinsmore, Diane 175 Dirksen, James 152 Disler, Renee Dixon, Marla 175 Dixon, Roger 209 Dixon, Sheri Dodd, Terry 44, 209 Dodge, Bob 209 Dodge, Deborah 175 Dodge, Ramona Doi, Howard Dolan, Dennis Dolan, Linda 175 Dolberg, Jim 209 Dolfinger, Rick 209 2 Dolmas, Cyndy 175 Dolmas, Mari 152 Dolph, Michael 209 Domenico, Cheryle 209 Donat, Victoria Donizio, Robert Dora, Susan 152 Dorak, Dennis Dorwart, Russell 152 Dovas, Frank 209 Dow, Marsha 209 Dowling, Catherine Downing, Scott 176 Drake, David 22, 23, 46, 51, 2 Dreiling, Eddie 176 Dreith, Nicolette, 152 Dreyer, Wesley 176 Druker, Paul 152 Druz, Catherine 22, 26, 209 Dubin, Robert 176 Dufford, Kim 22, 176 Dugger, Susanne Duman, Edward Duman, Marty 209 Duman, Steve 210 Duncan, Daniel Duncklee, Robert 210 Dunhill, Ronald Dunkel, Susi 176 Dunlap, Bob 210 Dunn, Sheila Durbin, Geraldine 152 Durbin, Janet 210 Durham, Gayl 176 Dvorak, Carol Dykstra, Michael Dye, Michael 152 Dyer, Richard 152 Earle, Eugene Early, Leonard Earthman, Ronald Eastland, Barbara 176 Easton, Ellen 176 Eckles, Daniel 152 Eckles, Melany 22, 135, 210 Eckstein, Linda 210 Eddy, Peter Eddy, Sherry 176 Edwards, Melvin Edwards, Ralph Edwards, Richard 176 Eenkhoorn, Henderik Eggleston, Gayle Eggleston, Jim 210 Eggers, Steve 210 Egri, Mary Ehrlich, Peter Ehrlich, Warren Eichberg, Steve 210 Eichelberger, Harold Eikeris, Janis Eining, Lynn Eisen, Carrie 176 Eisen, Morris 152 Eklund, Carl Eklund, Lloyd Elam, Cletus Elbeck, Michael 210 Elbeck, Warren 37, 63 Eldridge, Joyce 153 Elfvin, Peter Elinoff, Kallman Elinoff, Linda 210 Ellensweig, Debra 153 Elliott, Christine 210 Ellis, Frosyne 210 Ellis, Sam 153 Elzi, Judith Emeson, David Emrich, Scott 210 Emrich, Steven 153 Emrick, David Emrick, George Englander, Rhea Engle, Christy Engle, Morey 211 Enright, Dianne 177 Ephriam, Velma Epstein, Alan 177 Epstein, Christine Epstein, Lori 177 Erickson, Bob 244 Erickson,"Sheryl 153 Erickson, Sylvia 153 Eshima, Dennis Eskanos, Scott 153 Eskridge, Dinah Eskridge, Emmy Estlow, Mary Etchison, Janet 153 Eto, Perry 177 Evans, Karen Evans, Margaret Evans, Phyllis Everett, Susan Evers, William Ewers, John 211 Faberman, Harris Falkenberg, Christopher 271 Falliers, John Faltermeier, Dianna 153 Farkas, Richard Farraher, Joann 153 Farrand, Gregory Farris, Paul Farris, Stephen Fasano, Brian Favole, Joseph Fay, Walter 211 Feichtinger, Martin Feld, Albert Feld, Jodie 153 Feld, Shana 153 Feldhamer, Randi Felix, Danny 153 Felix, Robert 153 Felling, Kathleen Felling, Mary Felsen, Bonnie 177 Felton, Patricia 211 Felton, Zavon lll 211 Festen, Randi Ferguson, Charlene 153 Ferguson, Dana Ferguson, Gary Ferguson, James Fernandez, Tensy 211 Ferszt, Sam 211 Fetterman, Karen Field, Marc 211 Fields, Deborah 153 Fields, Kathy 211 Fields, Ronald Fields, Sharon Fieman, Bob 211, 270 Fieman, Mike 211 Fiest, James Finch, Charlene Findlay, Susie 153 Finegold, Robert 211 Finer, Babette Finer, Lynn Finer, Meritt Finesilver, Michael Fink, Barbara Finner, Sherri Finney, Wade Fireman, Harold 153 Fischer, Hylla 114, 211, 271 Fisher, Cindy 177 Fisher, Harley 211 Fisher, Michael L53 Fiss, Alain Fistell, Michael Fitch, Chester Fithian, Patricia Flanigan, Katherine Flansburg, Gary Flanzer, Elise Flax, Richard Flaxer, Lisa Fletcher, Matthew Flieder, Billy Foley, Maureen Foley, Patricia Foley, Susan Foppe, Susan Ford, Johnny Ford, Julie 153 Ford, Leatha Ford, Liz 177 Ford, Michael 153 Forster, John Fortner, Robin Foss, Deborah 211 Foster, Clifton 212 Foster, Frances 154 Foster, Mark Fox, David Fox, Jay 17 7 Fox, Mindy 177 Fox, Velta Fowler, Richard 154 Fraitag, Frances 212 Frakes, Kerry Frank, Alan 177 Frank, Kinberly 154 Franks, Kathy 177 Frazier, Thomas 212 Frederich, Bob 212 Frederich, Karen 154 Frederick, John Frederick, Larry 212 Freed, Kris 244 Freed, Mary 177 Freeman, Anne 154 Freedman, Darlene 154 Freelove, Allison Freeman, Danny 212 Freeman, Jane 212 Freis, Mindy Fredlund, Dan 212 Frenkel, Mark Frescoln, Carol 212 Fried, Douglas 154 Friedland, Joan 177 Friedman, Betsy 22, 154 Friedman, Richard Fritzky, Janice Fromhlart, Nancy 212 Frosh, Douglas Frumes, Gregory 212 Fuller, Barry Furlong, Michael Furukawa, Janette 154 Furukawa, Pudgie 212 Futera, William 63 Futrell, Barbee 41, 83, 177 Gabel, Deborah Gaddis, Larry Gagan, Joe 34, 212 Gail, Linda 178, 271 Gail, Lori 154 Gale, Becky 212 Gale, Jim 213 Gale, Robert 178 Gale, Robert L. Gallagher, John Gallaher, Brenda Gallaher, Clare 213 Gallan, George Gallegos, Ellen 154 Galligan, Jennifer 154 Gannan, Wayne 213 Gaon, Cynthia 213 Garber, Jack Garbett, Vickie 213 Gardenswartz, Dale Gardenswartz, Leslie Gardenswartz, Neil 43 Gardenswartz, Terri 244 Gardiner, Frank 178 Gardner, Carol Gardner, Dwight Garel, Jim 213 Garel, Steven 213 Garland, Ronald Garlett, Nina 178, 271 Garner, Murray Garner, Garry Garrett, Linda 178 Garrett, Stephen Garrigus, Forest Gato, Alan Gatto, Nicholas 154 Gaul, Michael 178 Gauntt, Walter Gavora, Steven Gay, Judy 213 Gebhardt, David 154 Gee, Mable 154- Geffen, Carole 213 Geisler, David 154 Geller, Alan 213 Gentry, Judy 154 Gerash, Douglass Gerdine, Sara Germardt, Carol Germain, Diane 178 Gertig, Glen Gerstenberger, Diane 178 Gerstenberger, Susie 178 Gesin, Trudi Gestring, Lynn 178 Gettman, Mary 154 Gettman, Rosalee 178 Gianotsos, Chris 213 Gianotsos, Steven Gibas, Scott 244 Gibbons, Hal Gibeau, Debbie 82, 83, 178 Gibson, Cristann Gieck, Steve 213 Gifford, Carol 154 Gilbert, Joy 154 Gilbert, Mike 63 Gilchrist, Thomas Gilchrist, Tim 34, 51, 138, 213 Gillespie, Gene 214 Ginsberg, Linda 154 Ginsberg, Michael Ginsberg, Robert 154 Ginsberg, Sheila 178 Ginsburg, Wendy Girard, Johanna Girard, Marion Girompiny, Mark 261 Given, Richard Glascock, Gordon Gleason, Steven Glick, Steve 214 Gluckstern, Susan Goalstone, Marc 30, 214 Godsman, John Goe, Gary 49, 63, 154 Goebel, Mary 178 Goetzinger, Alan Goggans, Martha Gold, Debbi 179 Goldberg, Daniel Goldberg, Frieda Grasmick, Karen 180 Grasmick, Kay 215 Graves, Patricia Graves, Sandra Graves, Susan 215 Gray, Gary 215 Gray, Kirby Gray, Lynne 180 Grazier, Patricia Grazier, Ronald Greco, Anthony Green, Elizabeth Green, James Green, Mary Goldberg, Rose Goldburg, Hyman Goldberg, lrving J, 84, 214 Goldblatt, Sherrie 179 Goldblum, David Golden, Terri 155 Goldfogel, Jeff 179 Goldman, Ricki 179 Goldman, Roxana 155 Goldstein, Brian 155 Goldstein, Daniel Goldstein, David 214 Goldstein, Debbie Goldstein Ellen 214 1 Goldstein, Jack Goldstein, Jeff 22, 214 Goldstein, Marion 155 Goldstein, Ronald Golstein, Steven Golub, Deborah 179 Golub, Michael Gonzales, Lucinda Good, Connie 214 Goodman , Deani 78, 179 Goodman, Karen 214 Goodman, Nancy 179 Goodman, Scott 271 Goodside, Francine 155 Goodside, Roxanne 179 Goodson, Rosalind 179 Goodson, Russell 214 Goodwin, Jeanette Gorden, Linda 214 Gordon, Andrew Gordon, Brad 214 Gordon, Brian Gordon, Buddy 179 Gordon, Deborah Gordon, Ellen 179 Gordon, Sue 101, 214 Greenberg, Barbara Greenberg, Bernard Greenberg, Daniel Greenberg, Joanne 215 Greene, Andy Greene, John K. 215 Greene, Rick 215 Greenstein, Michael 215 Greenstine, Richard 215 Greinetz, Terri Grey, Linda 215 Grimes, Timothy Grimm, Karen 180 Grisinger, Rick Grogan, Thomas Gross, Andree 144 Gross, Daniel Gross, Peter Grove, Wayne Grueskin, Mark Guber, Gary 155 Guerrieri, Jimmy Guiver, Christopher Gulkin, Robert Gulley, James Gullion, Richard Gumbel, Annette Gunning, Robert Gunthardt, Margie 22 Gunther, Linda 216 Gunther, Robert 155 Gupton, Ron 180 Gurule, Gilbert Gustafson,-Jan 41, 180 Gustafson, Judy Gutman, Lucianne Haagenson, Lynn Hacker, Jeffrey Hackstaff, Richard 155 Hadley, Jackie 136, 216 Haggard, James Hamrick, Joseph 180 Hamrick, Michael Haney, David 104, 216 Haney, Janet 155 Hanna, David Hansen, Christian Hansen, Cynthia Hanstad, Marcia Hanstein, Duane Hanstein, Kenneth Harbert, Donald Harden, Shelley Hardy, Debbie 180 Hardy, Rick 34, 73, 83 Hare, Tom 22, 141, 216 Harless, Debra 216 Harmala, Timo 22, 24, 5 Harmon, Judith Harmon, Robert Harms, Walter Harnagel, Theodore Harr, James Harr, Richard 155 Harrington, John Harrington, Joseph Harrington, Valorie Harris, Cynthia Harris, Dale Harris, Michelle 155 Harris, Stephen Harrison, Denise 216 Harrison, Meichelle Hart, Brad 180 Hart, Harold Hart, Ronald Hartman, Jeanette Hartzell, Paula Hicks, Susan 181 Higginson, Julie 155 High, Richard Hill, Brad 114, 217, 270 Hill, Debby 181 Hill, Kristin 181 Hill, Laurie 217 Hill, Linda Hill, Stephen Hilliard, Andrinee 30, 31, Hilmes, Judy 217 Hilmes, William 156 Hilton, Mark Hindleman, Jill Hartzell, Lucille Harvey, Debbie 180 Harvey, Karen 155 Hauser, Laureen Havens, Timothy Hawley, Laureen Hawley , Lawrence Hayden, Joan Gore, Gregory 179 Gorelick, Kim Gornbein, Gordon Gorsett, Rodney 215 Gottesfeld, Gary 215 Gottschalk, Stephen Gottschalk, Suzi 179 Gould, Thomas Gower, Mark Gower, Michael Graber, Sherrie 215 Hagler, Robin Hahn, Claudia 155 Hahn, Joel Hailpern, Wendi 155 Hairston, Leon Haker, Anthony 155 Halberg, Nancy Hall Charles Hall Christine Hall Debra Hall Denise Grady, E lizabeth 155 Grady, Linda Graham, Esther Graham, Jennifer 179 Graham, Loretta 215 Grange, Gregory Grange, Holly Grant, Dale 179 Hall, Glen 155 Hall, James 22, 155 Halterman, David Hamilton, Nancy 180 Hamilton, Sheryl 216 Hamel, David 216 Hammer, Susan Hammond, Chris 216 Grant, Fred 83, 104, 179 Grant, Nancy 180 Grant, Paula 180 262 Hammond, Genevieve 180 Hammond, Martha Hammond, Melody 180 Hayes, Linda 155 Hays, Deborah Hays, Frank Hazard, Diane Hazlett, Joanne 155 Hazlett, Sue 216 Heard, James Heath, Mark Herbert, Joseph 271 Hecker, Bruce Hefferman, Diane 155 Heiliger, David Heiliger, Douglas Heimbrock, Adolph Heimbrock, Sally Heiserman, Michael Heiserman, Patty 180 Heit, Brant Hekar, Tony 37 Heller, Judy 155 Hellerstein, Mark 216 Helm, Rick 24, 114, 216, 271 Hendricks, Marc 42, 43, 61, 217 Henry, Kelly Herrman, Joseph Hershner, Nancy 217 Hertz, Roberta Hickey, Lynn 155 Hickey, Susy 30, 31, 217 Hickman, David Hickman, Susan Hinman, Diana 181 Hinton, Donna Hirsh, Candy 217 Hixon, Debbie 217 Hiort, Linda 217 Hobaugh, Bill 181 Hobbs, James Hobert, Zola Hobson, Rick 43, 181 Hock, Kristy 181 Hockstadt, Judith Hochstadt, Naomi Hodapp, Russell Hodapp, Susan Hodges, Cheryl Hoffman, Morris Hoffman, Steven Hofmeister, Sandy 181 Hofmeister, Val 30, 31, 217 Hohnstein, Steven Hoier, Katherine Holland, Linda Holland, Lorra Holley, John Holmes, Gary Holmes, Michael 101, 217 Holt, Cindi 218 Holt, Stephen Holzberg, Michael 156 Homer, Darlene 218 Hon, David Hon, Kenneth Honour, James 156 Hood, Suzie 218 Hopper, William Hornbein, Peter 243 Horton, James Houghton, Gene 156 Houghton, Julie 181 Howard, David Howard, Gail 156 Howard, Roger 218 Howell, Jan 181 Howell, Kenneth Howell, Leila 181 Howerton, Thomas 181 Hoyt, Cindy 218 Hubler, Patrick Hudson, Lee Hudson, Glenn Huff, Karen 181 Huff, Sandy 156 Hughes, Kathleen 218 Hughes, Kathryn, 181 Hugunin, Rebecca Hunnell, Terrie Hunninghake, Thomas Hunt, Debra 22, 156 Hunt, Robert A. 22, 181 Hunt, Robert E. 218 Hupp, Caron Hurd, Ken 43, 271 Hurley, Bruce 181 Kushner, Patti 184 Huseby, Lester Huseby, Robert Hussey, Mary Hutman, Michael Hutt, David Huttner, Kenneth 181 Hyder, Mary 218 Ibbotson, Deana lkner, Wayne 218 Ingenthron, Donald Irvin, Jill 218 Isaac, Carol 156 Isaacson, Terri 181 lsenberg, Randy lsgar, Alice Iverson, Robert 156 Iverson, Ronald 142, 218 Jacks, Nancy Johnson, Philip 182 Johnson, Ron 182 Johnson, Sharon 156 Johnson, Stephen Johnston, Connie 182 Johnston Jerrol Johnston Johnston Patricia Tracey Jones, Barbara 219 Jones, Charles 182 Jones, David Jones, Debra 156 Jones, Jane 182 Jones, Marilyn Jones, Paul 156 Jones, Paula 156 Jones, Sally 156 Jordan, Donald Kelly, Patrick Kelly, Thomas 157 Kelne, Missy 41, 183 Kempter, Katherine Kennaugh, Robert Kennedy, Robert Kenner, Katy 157 Kenney, Mari 183 Kennison, John 183 Kephart, Lynn Kern, David Kerr, Horace 157 Kerr, Valerie 157 Kersen, Karen Kershaw, Katherine 157 Kershaw, Kenneth 183 Keys, Lynette 220 Kiernan, Patricia Kozatch, Jerry 221 Kozelka, Richard Kramer, Mary 184 Kramish, Michael Kramlich, Kim Kraut, Mindy 158 Kravitz, Pamela Krebs, Jim 221, 271 Kreutchic, Jack Krick, Jim 158 Krick, Patty 221 Kricke, Bob 73, 158 Kriss, Don 158 Kriss, Ronda 222 Krosky, Linda Krupp, David 158 Kruse, Lynda 184 Jackson, Annie 181 Jackson, Gary 181 Jackson, Gerald Jackson, Jack 218 Jackson, Janice 156 Jackson, Julia Jackson, Ken 218 Jackson, Mark Jackson, Roosevelt Jacobs, Debbie 181 Jacobsen, Thomas Jacobsen, Linda 182 Jacobsen, Maren 218 Jacobson, Ernest 181 James, Lynette James, Donald 156 James, Thomas Janzen, Henry Japha, D aniel 219 Jardine, Julia 182 Jee, Kathleen 219 Jefferson, Charles Jefferson, John 219 Jeffords, Sandy Jenkins, John Ill 219 Jenkins, Ward 156 Jennings, Kerry Jennings, Jean Jennings, Jean L. 219 Jennings, Jill Jensen, Bruce 156 Jensen, Jerry 219 Jenson, John Jernigan, Rosemary Jeung, Diana 22, 78, 182 Jeung, Margie 219, 244 Jodszuweit, Christine Johnson, Ann 219 Johnson, Belita Johnson, Carol 219 Johnson, Daniel 156 Johnson, Dave 182 Johnson, Deborah A. Johnson, Deborah J. Johnson, Frank Johnson, Gary Johnson, Gayle 219 Johnson, Jay Johnson, Janice 156 Johnson, Johnny Johnson, Kirk Johnson, Kristine 156 Johnson, Linda 219 Johnson, Lori Johnson, Mark C. Johnson Mark R. Johnson: Michael 156 Johnson, Patty 219 Jorda n, Judith Jordan, Mark Jorgensen, Robert 220 Joseffy, Stephen Joseph, Debra Joseph, Sheree Jost, Michele 156 Judd, Nancy 182 Justman, Gene 220 Kadish, Craig Kahn, Shellie 182 Kaiser, Michael 156 Kalamaya, Mary 156 Kaler, Scott 157 Kaminski, Jody 157 Kaminsky, Jackie Kaminsky, Sherry 157 Kamlet, Mikki 182, 271 Kammerer, Peggy 220 Kammerzell, David Kamph, Mindy Kang, Soong Kaplan, Josh 22, 136, 220 Kapple, Susanne Karcher, Craig 220 Karczewski, Isabel Kiken, Dale 46 Kilgore, John 62, 183 Kimball, Treo 22, 183 Kimbrough, Russel Kimmel, Linda 244 King, Charles King, Christine King, Dennis King, Ernest King, Kathy 220 King, Mary E. 157 King, Mary L. King, Richard Kinser, Bruce Kippur, Steve 244 Kirby, Kimberly Kirsch, Robert Klatil, William 183 Klassen, Joseph Klausner, Debbie 220 Klausner, Susan 183 Klein, Barbara 220 Klein, Christina Klein, Danny Klein, Gayle 157 Kleiner, Beth 157 Kutz, Kutz, Edward Thomas Lacey, Paula 184 La Croix, Richard Lake, Allan 184 Lake, Carlene 158 Lallo, Dana Lamb, Cindy 184 Lamb, Dwight 184 Lamb, Richard Lambert, Paula Lambeth, Benson Lambeth, Sylvia Lammermann, Stephen Lampert, Mark 184 Lampert, Nancy 184 Lancaster, Jack 222 Lancaster, Kim Landie, Mike 222 Lane, David 158 Lane, Karl Lang, Laura 184 Lang, Scott Lange, Susan Langert, Alden Langford, Virginia Karczewski, Rysgard Karsh, Karen 134, 220 Karsh, Laurel Kasztl , Judy Kasztl, Warren 182, 271 Katchen, Martin Katchen, Richard Katchur, Alan 220 Katsaros, James 157 Katsh, Naomi 182 Katz, Denise 220 Katz, Gerald 183 Katz, Mindy 157 Katz, Neil 157 Katz, Sandy Kava, Judy Kaufman, Sheri Kleinman, Donna 221 Klem, Robert Kline, Robin 157 Klish, Jan 183 Klock, Janet Knapp, Rick 221 Knaster, Cheryl 157 Knaster, Kenneth 221 Knight, Bill Knight, Debbie 183 Knight, Eric Knight, Mark 115, 221, 271 Knoll, Marilyn Knott, Susan 221 Knott, Tom 157 Knowlton, Judy 183 Laniel, John Larsen, Leslie Larson, Andrea Larson, Lilly La Rue, Richard Lascor, Terry 158 La Selle, Kent 222 Lashman, Deborah Lasky, Stephen 158 La Tourrette, John Lavasseur, Pamela Laudick, Helen Law, David 184 Law, William Lawellin, Janet 222 Leavitt, Karen 184 Kawakami, Tia 115, 271 Kay, David 157 Kazzaz, Daniel Keel, Craig Keel, James Keel, Karen Keener, Robert Kehmeier, Melanie 183 Keifer, Jerald Keith, William Kellem, Brenda Keller, Dorothy 220 Keller, Wes 157 Kellogg, Ann 157 Kells, David 183 Kelly, Mike 51 Knox, Debbie 221 Knudsen, Karen 157 Koch, James Koch, Karen 22, 78 Kohler, Mfirk 221 Kole, Philip 221 Koopman, Katherine Koopman, Kristine Kopepasah, Diana 221 Kopilow, Ira Korn, Joni 157 Kornblatt, Richy 157 Korte, Rhetis Kosht, Barbara 157 Kosht, Diane 221 Kotasek, Bill 221 Lebar, Richard Lebsack, James Leder, Robert Lee, Charlotte 185 Lee, Claudette 222 Lee, Terri Lee, Timothy Leger, Andrew Leher, Walter 271 Lehrburger, Florence Lehrburger, Gerald Leh re Leich Leidh Leif, r, Stephen 222 liter, Darcy 158 olt, Jacqueline Gragory Leigh, Bruce 222 Leigh, Douglas Lemberg, Bobbye 222 Lemmon, Ralph 158 Lenefsky, Allan Lentz, Diane 158 Leonard, Kimberly Leonard, Suellen Lepore, Thomas Lepthien, John Lerew, Jay 73, 222 Leroux, Paul Leslie, Michael 222 Lesser, Lawrence Lester, Stephen Levene, Diane 185 Levey, Steve 222 271 Levin, Debra 158 Levin, Kenneth Levin, Richard 222 Levine, Debbie 185 Levine, Jerry Levine , Kathy Levine, Mark 223 Levine, Rick 223 Levine, Wendy 158 Levitt, Glenn Levitt, Joni 158 Levitt, Joyce 158 Levitt, Sandra Levy, Andrew Levy, Richard Lewis, Anne 185 Lewis, Cathy 38, 185 Lewis, Robert Lewis, Susan Lewkowitz, Deborah 158 Leyda, John Libby, Janice Lidikay, Barbara 185 Molitor, Lidikay, Karen 158 Lifton, Marc Lighthall, Craig Liguori, Theresa Liliestrom, Maribeth 223 Liller, Greg 185 Lilley, Miles Lindenbaum, Scott Lindenmeyer, Karen 158 Lindy, Diana Lindy, Leila Linger, Cindy 223 Linger, John Lipper, Carol 223 Lipper, Richard Lipper, Terry 223 Lippman, Ronnie Lips, Michael 223 Lips, Renee 158 Lopez, Barbara 185 Love, George 34, 223 Love, Harold Love, Lynda 223 Lovitt, Tony 158 Lowenstein, David Lowery, Michele Luby, Lou Ann Lucas, Connie 158 Lucas, Doreen 185 Lucero, Robert Lucero, Tonida Ludwig, John 223 Lund, Jeffrey 158 Lunde, Sheryl 186 Lung, Linda 223 Lustig, Brooke Lutz, Denise 22, 223 Lynn, Mary MacCormack, Connie 186 Mach, Judith 158 MacMillan, Daniel 158 Madden, Patricia 158 Madison, Jon 46, 47, 186 Madonna, Christine 158 Maes, Carolyn 186 Magill, Todd Mahaftey, Mike 186 Mahan, Harry 186 Maher, Jack Mahony, Barry 22, 139, 223 Mahoney, Donna Mahoney, John Mahoney, Richard 159 Maifarth, Mary 224 Makowski, Peter Malk, Janice 159 Malloy, Doug 49, 104 Malucci, Mark Mamas, Daniel Manassee, Linda Manassee, Terry 224 Mandel, Linda 224 Manley, Charles Mannix, Joseph Mannix, Kathleen Mantello, Cheryl 30, 83, 224 Marchalk, Karl Marchalk, Kurt Marcus, .leffry Marcus, Neal Marinelli, Frederick Marinelli, Jane 224 Marion, Doug 49, 186 Maris, Luann Mark, Judith Markano, Michael 159 Markley, Marilyn 224 Marko, Barbara Mason, Gregory Mason, Laura Mason, Mark 224 Matakanski, John Mateski, David Mathews, Debra Mathias, Gregory Matthews, Kathy 224 May, Randy 39, 137, 224 May, Rob 186 McAffee, Catherine McAtfee, Keith McCabe, Laura 224 McCaddon, Damen 186 McCain, Jack 224 McCalmon, Debbie 225 McCandless, Mary 159 McCann, Rosemary 186 McCarthy, Anne McCarty, Kathy 225 McCarty, Ken 225 McCarty, Mark McCaskill, Arthur 187 McClelland, Bruce 225 McClintock, Bruce 187 McCloud, Herbert McColl, Bruce 61, 225 McCoy, Roxane McCracken, Daniel 83, 225 McCrea, David 159 McCrea, Thomas 225 McCrory, Chip 159 McCusker, Mardell McDermott, Donald McDonell, Catherine McEntee, Janet 225 McGechie, Teri 187 McGee, Donald McGee, Jon Merrill, Susan Messinger, Anne 159 Mestas, Marilyn Mestek, Sarah Metcalfe, James Metzler, Amelia Mey, Danny Meyer, Jack Meyers, Andrea 159 Michaels, Chuck 159 Michaels, Cindy 159 Michaels, Dan 142, 226 Michaels, Robin 226 Michalowski, Thomas Mielkus, Anthony Miklin, Jerry 226 Miles, Miles, Miles, Miller, Miller, Gilbert Mariiyn 187 Roland 52, 271 Barbara 159 Bob 159 Miller, Brad Miller, Craig Miller, Gaylen Miller, George 43, 226 Miller Kathleen Miller Len 226 Miller Marcye Miller Mark Miller Melinda Miller Patricia Miller, Robin 30, 31, 83 Miller, Ruth 226 Millman, Kerre Millman, Laure 159 Mills, Susan 187 Milstein, John 159 Milzer, Karen 226 McGrath, McGrath McGrath, McGrath, McGuire, McGuire, McGuire, 1 McHenry, Mclntosh Glen Kathy 225 Mark 82, 83, 187 Terrence Jenean Pam 225 Sean 225 Fred Robin McKenney, Gregory McKenzie McKenzie 1 1 John Neil 225 McKibben, Frank 225 McKinney, McKinster McLagan, 1 Sandy 225 Jerry 187 James McLean, Julie 244 McNabb, Clayton McNally, Mike 226 McNichols, Mary Minkin, Angie 187 Minkin, Paul 159 Minogue, Patty 226 Miranda, Mike 159 Mitchell, Jean 159 Mitchell , Mandy 226 Mitchell, Paul 217 Mitchell Mobell, , Scheral Gary 160 Moeller, David Bonnie 227 Molitor, John 160 Molk, Alan Monahan, Raymond Monday, Jacquelyn Monday, Joanne Monson, Mary 187 Montgomery, Paul Montavon, Lynn 227 Lipton, David 158 Liung, Ingrid 158 Litvak, Cliff 65, 185 Litvak, Joseph 158 Loar, Michael Lobenhoter, Leslie 185 Lochhead, Christina Lochhead, Steven Lochrie, Julie 185 Lockhart, Joseph Lockwood, Jon Loewi, David 20, 22, 23, 223 Lomax, Bradley 159 Lombardi, James Markowitz, Joy Markowitz, Lauri 22 Markson, Jay 186 Marlow, John Marshall, Leda Marshall, Linda 224 Marshall, Walter Martin, Colleen 224 Martin, Dale Martin, Doug 224 Martin Douglas A. Martin George Martin Robert Martin Sharon 159 Martin, Stan 186 McNichols, Steve 226 McPeek, Tricia 187 McQuade, Sheldon McQuown, William McReynolds, Linda McRyhew, Theresa Medow, Barry Medow, Naomi 159 Meehan, Linda 226 Meer, Linda Megill, Wilhelmina Mellin, Ted 226 Mellman, Barbara 187 Mellor, Marla Montoya, Anthony Mooney, Patrick 227 Moore, Moore, Bobbe Jackie 25, 227 Moore, Kristine 227 Moore, Robert B. Moore, Robert E. 187 Moore, Robert M. Moore, Sally 227 Morden, Kimberley Morein, Janet Morein, Leah 160 Morein, Leeann 160 Morgan, Michael Londer, Randi Long, Beth 185 Long, J oyce Long, Richard 158 264 Martinez, James Marzetta, Donald Mascarenas, Diane Mason, Candy 186 Melnick, Myron Mercer, Joyce Merfeld, Lawrence 187 Merrill, Chan 159 Morin, David Q Morin, Patricia Morris, Cheryl 160 Morris, Deborah 227 Morris, Eugene Morris, Lanette Morris, Lydia Morris, Mary 188 Morris, Michele Morris, Paul 227 Morris, Randall Morris, Richard Petrucci Morrison, Craig 188 Morrison, Kathy 160 Morrison, Patricia Morkve, Phyliss Mosko, Michele 188 Mosko, Steward Mossman, Janet 188 Mott, James 227 Mott, Robert 227 Mott, Susan 160 Motz, Stephen 160 Moulton, Jeanne 188 Mozer, Barry 224 Mozer, Carla 188 Mphahlele, Patrick Mueller, Robert Muftic, Srecko Muhm, Katherine Mulhausen, Arlene 78 Mulhern, Mike 43, 62, 188 Mullaney, Ed 51, 61, 227 Mullaney, Mark 62 Mullenix, Anne Mullins, Claudia 160 Munch, David Murgatroyd, John 160 Murgatroyd, Sheryl Murphy, Carl 160 Murphy, Dennis 227 Murphy, Jay 104 Murphy, Lyle Murray, Rick 227 Muse, J tidy 227 Musselman, James Mylin, Douglas Mutz, Gregory Nash, Claudia 188 Nash, Lynn 160 Nathan, Walter Nedella, Sandra Nelson, Chris 188 Nelson, Cindy 228 Nelson, Rick Nemirow, Laurance Netzer, Karen 228 Neufeld, Mark Neumann, Mary Neumann, Susan 228 Neustaedter, Craig Nevins, Jeff 228 Newadomy, Lynn Newberry, Paula 18 Newby, Kathie 228 Newman, Debbie 228 Newman, Debora Newman, Marla Newman, Mike 46, 142, 244 Newmark, Carl Nicholson David Nicholson, Georgia Nicoulin, Carl Niederhut, Karen Nielsen, Karla 160 Niemann, Edward 188 Nieto, Alice Nissanov, Anat 228 Nix, Gary Nixson, Robert Noble, Sharon 83, 228 Nordstrom, Darick 228 Nordstrom, Diana 188 Norman, Jeff 160 Norrie, Dannette Novitch, Michael Noworytta, Eva Nydegger, Gary 228 O'Brien, Cheryl 228 O'Brien, William O'Connor, Robert O'Connor, Wendy O'Crant, lan O'DeIl, Deedee O'DonneIl, Dorothy 160 O'Donnell, Joy 228 Oetter, Linda Ogle, Barbara Okane, Mary O'Hara, Matthew Okuno, Rod 34, 228 Oldfield, David 188 Oleson, Jerry Oliver, Donna Oliver, Susan 228 Olson, Gary Olson, Pam 229 Omelia, David Omelia, Richard Orchard, Gary 160 Orchard, Kathy 229 Ortiz, Aleene Osborn, Dennis Osendorf, Richard Osher, Laurie 229 Ostendarp, Lori 160 Owen, Michael Owens, Robin Oxman, Andrew Oxman, Gary 229 Paavola, Kristen Paland, Diane Palmer, Mary 188, 271 Panek, Jack 160 Panek, John 188 Papich, Kay 160 Pappas, Nick .243 Pappas, Rick 160 Pappas, Stevie Parker, Alice Parker, Leslie Parker, Paulette Parris, Jeffrey Parrott, Gail Parson, Alex 46, 47, 229 Parsons, Patricia Parton, Shirald Pastor, Karen 189 Pate, Earl 229, 271 Patterson, Kathyrn 189 Patton, James 229 Paul, Skip 189 Pearlman, Philip Pearlman, Vivian Peart, Roger 189 Pech, Debra 161 Pedigo, Walt 189 Pekrul, John 161 Pells, Mark 161 Peluso, Debbie 229 Pennetta, Daryl Pens, Carol 161 Pens, Diana Pens, John Pepper, Anne 161 Pepper, Candy 229 Pepper, Debbie 189 Pepper, Melody 161 Perez, Elma 161 Perkins, Christopher Peros, Gwen 229 Perotin, Nancy Perrigo, Penelope Perry, Bruce Peters, Lisa 161 Peterson, Debbie 189 Peterson, Karen 229 Peterson, Martha Petrasek, Karen , Mary 161 Potter, Gaar Potter, Mike 230 Potter, Nancy 230 Poulson, Giles 38, 104 Powell, Charles Powers, Connie 190 Powers, Kathy 161 Powers, Tim 230 Pratt, Pricilla Prechtel, Debbi 190 Presas, Tati 22, 25, 230 Prescott, Timothy Prevedel, John Prevedel, Margaret Pettigrew, Karon Pettigrew, Kelley 22 Pfeifer, William Phares, Betty Phelps, Margo 229 Philippe, Richard Philips, Karen 229 Phillipps, Ralph Price, Carole Price, Danita Price, Lauri Price, Margaret 190 Price, Michael Price, Robert Prince, Bernie Pringle, Toni 161 Phillips, Debbie 229 Phillips, Mike, 230 Phillips, Michael S. 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