Gilbert High School - Tiger Yearbook (Gilbert, AZ)

 - Class of 1987

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Gilbert, Az. 85234 Volume 'IO ff. 1 hu... K. I 2 Opening .f f Af , I Z 1 X Table of Contents 'W B Student 1ife 1 Seniors 3 2 Juniors 5 O Sophomores 6 8 Activities 9 6 Sports 1 4 6 C1osingfAds 1 8 6 Index lo Work vs. Fun, which one wins? How often did our teachers assign loads of homework on weekends or on special nights? We started the day fantasizing of our date with the "dream"g we went through each class in a daze, wondering how the night would turn out. The day went by slowly, but finally 'Ith hour arrived. Ten seconds 'til thebell... 9 8 'I 6 . . . 5 "Oh, class." No! The teacher wrote something on the board. What was it? Read pages 2 4-4 4 in the literature book and answer questions l - 20 on page 45? No! Not to- night! My date! How could she?! The date went fine, but the homework didn't get done, and that is where the excuse came in. You had to think up the perfect excuseg one that was original, which your teacher never used or ever heard, and most of all very believable. A tragic event or emergency would always do the trick, so you thought hard and realized that your only chances were: an origi- nal excuse or a very gullible teacher!! Katalina Fifita took time out to smile between classes. Kevin Fike cheered up quickly as soon as he heard the bell for lunch. 4 Opening Rn Travis Cooley patiently waited for his teacher to call upon his great knowledge. Rachelle Vidal andlneonardo Munoz caught a chance to talk between classes. Shawn Sparks looked on as Mr. Bushong explained the process of welding. Opening 5 'Q M' 'fx , . - N W Sr. Craig Hills and Jr. Tricia Graham on their way to class. Trying to catch some rays at lunch are Sen- iors Stacey Stephenson, Mike Thornton, and Kim Niebrzydowski. show was caught saying. "Oh come on Mrs. Lowry!", Sr. Scott Co- mm ,K E, 1 Q SF 'I iiwsw, ""!'1t wwsullm., ,., A W, F J mm Wu mmf' Qc , N 6 STUDENT LIFE 1 'vs'-'sg " 1 -f f., gy, gp-U.. i, ..--1. 4 ws- 5. rl I s1?0,,. g' ig Q, ' Qfgf, 'hi I 'N' is A 51.5 v fi? . . M? . 1 A, A ,V t f u l g ,' g . y ,U an . '1 ' I I 1113. ook .e , s vL.i .wi ,LH V -, rf 4 -. ,I s V , v I "After I graduate I want to e it J become a cop!", Senior Mike Thornton stated when asked about his future. Mike was number 56 on the Varsity Football Team and Played center and defensive end. He first played football when he was in the third grade on a Pop Warner Team. He also was number 38 on the Varsi- ty Baseball Team and played left field. He started playing baseball in the second grade on a tee-ball team. "Hopeful- ly my strength from football and baseball will help in be- coming a cop, because I want to be able to help people.", Mike replied. 'lu Seniors Mireille Moore, Denny Barney, Mike Ramsire, and Mike Thornton taking it easy at lunch. Trying to act enthused, while waiting for the bell to ring, are Seniors Kayla Sharp, Shellie Harnmon, and Sheri Hastings. Posing happily for the camera with her birthday present is Sr. Kellie Blaisdell along with a friend, Sr. Janel Woods. STUDENT LIFE Y U 1 E ,L-M Vlff 13,2 , ,QQ L if 1- f N. L Nxt L .1 ii if i 53 1 r lg' 13 ,,ff-.q if-' 4 ffm O i1..2 :....1 LL- Q., L 15,9 llifi fi. :lpn Lb 22351. xv '1 C' S59 KJL What is a friend? "Somebody you on and tell your problems to." "A can believe in and who loves you no person who has and shows a genu- matter what. "Some one you can ine concern for your well-being." rely on." "Someone you can count "A person that you can trust all l. "You smile Nina," said senior Chandra Riggs. 2. Senior Lanelle Waggerby told junior Nicole lnfanti, "Quick! He went that way!" 3 Juniors Enedina Martinez and Sonja Bible pondered why is the grass green. 4. "Peek-a-boo," said Christina Coppolla as she hid behind senior Racquel Amaya's back. 5. Foreign exchange students Song Hansen, Shiuli Subaya and Gabreil Becerec thought, "This is a pep assembly?" fSong Hansen was homesick and returned to Denmark. 8 Opening to another by respect 3, Junior Geri Rowe was overwhelmed by the unique styles. 1. Senior Tim Allen and Junior Julie Cordon made a night of it. 2. Senior Jessica Ford gave it all she had. I 7,-ywll 1 O Opening ' . ,f if I fmf' KW, ev Adm 5 if QL. x Special moments to Why do people go to dances? "I go to the dances to have a great time with my friends. It also gives you a chance to meet new people. The music they play is cool and you can really "get down!" Charlotte McDermot, Sophomore ' tml' 1, " . . . I go to dances to be with my friends, and it's fun to watch and see how other people dance!!" Shir- ley Roberts, Junior "It's a good place to meet new people and "watch others boogie- Ha!!" Paula Kelly, Senior remember n 1966, dances were sock - - hops in the gym after all home football games. For special dances, they had live bands and wore long dresses and suits, with corsages for all the girls. 4. Miss Lerma was number one ticket taker at most dances. 5. Senior Rex Gillespie showed everybody his stuff. O e 1 6. "Come on ladies, here we are!!" said Grant Smith, Marvin Elkin and Roy Ox- ford. Senior Lamar White- hurst: "Hey man! I've got to get ready for the dance!" Opening 1 1 IT'S OVER . . . Mr. Pico appeared to be concerned that the ball made it over the goal line. Friday night football was a Gilbert weekend tradition. "Don't even take that picture," threatened CIA member Dee Ray to photographer Jamie Ecker. "I need my sleep." "Wait! Stop! Take our picture," exclaimed Cami Wells and Tracy Watkins Qwho moved to Tempe High areal. Most students spent their week- ends with family and friends or working. Relaxing and sleeping in on Saturday morning was quite com- mon. One could say that weekends were a way to forget schoolwork and all it's pressures, but if you were for- tunate enough, you enrolled in all the classes that assigned the most homework . . . over the weekend. Lots of girls, as well as guys could be found at the mall. Shopping was probably one of the better ways to spend a weekend. Or you may have visited relatives, which may not have thrilled you . . . if it didn't, then you could find the comfort you needed on the shoulder of your best friend, which made the weekend special. Z' 3, in - - ver V-yfv4-VJX x " 4 4? ACL.. 5 "What food!" exclaimed Fran Gall to her bud- dy Kristi Allred. "Yea, it's Friday!!" exclaimed Jeri Gross. Dreaming of a perfect weekend, Tara, Deanne and Lisa?? Beware of the attack cat . . . warned Christina Coppola. 4-ma it N -W.. vw , N Q 'Q '- 1? N! XXX! I. 3, IA., wb Q 3 2 E Qu . f il..-s E E 3 i E 9-Q. , ,.. F 1 i mfg gui 3 ' U ' - 1 A 'EE J 'M - Q X 'f' 21 Eff '-55 ' .vm ' 41, Y' :Of .sl as g.. K z 5' 'O '-" '.l ' ' ' . ,W f ' W , r.- me ' '-1. X: f 1 ' gm . WH5?QxW3f3KXf2XWaEXi ff? 5, it X P n 'W' I a HRNRQSAQGQ . 5 5 I H , Q rf ' Y a I. Ive- Huffman, Coni Kinkade, Kelley and Karen Liestrnan, enjoy s" overalls. oy' Y 1 , 1 "Where's the Beach?" asks Senior Kelley Blaisdel. Marchell Huffman and Coni Kinkade show how bright colors really cheer people up. Stacy Zimmerman, Janel Woods, Buffy Hernandez, George Ripley, and Jamie Ball, expressing they're casual style. Modernize Fashion, we often ask ourselves, "what is fashion?" To some of us it means buying the most expensive and most updated clothes that we could. To others it's what they see in magazines and on billboards. But Kelley Blaisdel and Karen Liestmans point of view on the subject is that it has a lot to do with your own personality and how you express yourself. Al- though there are other things to take into consideration, such as money, who your friends are, and the most important your own ideas. "srre'm-1' ' 1, .rf-A N -d EJXZEW-gl ww 1 W hu: Tonya Roberts, Kelley Blaisdel, Marchel Huffman, and Karen Liestman, display their idea of fashion. Marchell Huffman, Tonya Roberts, and Karen Liestman ready for a night on the town. Junior Tonya Roberts, "Wonder Woman" is ready for anything! Marchell Huffman, Coni Kinkade, Karen Liestman, and Kelley Blaisdel, loved shop- ping for clothes. Karen Liestman, and Coni Kinkade show their excitement in fashion. A' S fv- 'E Down the Hatch! What are we gonna eat for lunch?? This was a question asked most every day. Gilbert students had a greater variety of lunch spots than ever before. With all the new places going up in and around Gilbert, students had free- dom of choice. Those with trans- portation got just about anything from pizza at Pizza Hut to an "Earthquake" at Swensens. Those who chose to just stay at school had more than just cafeteria . . . there was the new hot dog stand behind the cafeteria: it didn't really sell hot dogs, but it did sell corn dogs, fries, cokes and a few other quickie things. Even with all the new off campus places to eat, students still seemed to prefer the cafeteria overall. rhgis eggs. Ummm . . . guys, what was What?? ' ' '?'P'? this I just ate' ' ' Lunch time recreation: , d'ff t th' t d'ff nt 8 Look at that line!! Does this 1 eren ings O lpsizle mean the food is good? 1 6 Opening E, Y ff- s-. 5 H! ,-i, - ,fm y 4 ,J-5. These three juniors found the best way to spend lunch with good friends: Melissa Bond, Enedina Martinez, Sonja Bible. Seniors Traci Siciliani and Amy Hayward studied while they rnunched. Opening 1 'I Keep on Rockin "Well Guess Who's Back In Cir- culation,"?!" was probably the most hoped for state- ments of the year from one of Rock's most flamboyant characters, "Dia- mond" David Lee Roth. The break-up of Van Halen was the most contro- versial subject of the music industry. When the smoke cleared both groups David Lee Roth Band and the "new" Van Halen After "Invading our Privacy" RATT proved to be at the top with their bluesy RATT 81 ROLL on "Dancing Undercov- er." "Walking on water" described the success of Bon Jovi with "Slippery When Wet." The bad boys of Rock kept on ro1l'in with "GIRLS, GIRLS. GIRLS" which showed them to be ladies men, especially with Tommy Lee's marriage to Heather Locklear! were found climb- ing back to the top. In the hard rock- ing category RATT was "Dancing Un- dercover" for their third album, "Girls, Girls, Girls" were the main in- fluence to Motley Crue. A new name emerged, Cinder- alla, with their own version of "Night Songs." In the rest of the rock world Cyndi Lauper showed her "True Colors" while Madonna had her own "True Blue" times which kept Janet Jackson in "Control." "Lionel Richie started "Dancing on the Ceiling" and "Play Deep" started The Outfield in their own league. In the Christian Rock sec- tion, "To Hell With the Devil" was the latest from Stryper, Amy Grant showed her "Amy Grant Col- lection" and "Back To the Street" went Petra! With "Eat 'Em and Smile" Diamond David Lee Roth proved he's back in the saddle and riding higher than ever!! All the way from California, Christian Rock singer Darryl Mansfield performed at the Oasis Waterpark in Phoenix for an impressive positive style of rock. Cyndi Lauper's "TRUE COLORS" again showed her unique true self to the world. The yellow and black attack was back, Stryper, with "TO HELL WITH THE DEVIL." Future Leaders I don't want to go to work today be- cause . . . I'm too tired. I have mega home- work. I wanted to go out with my friends to- night. The manager hates me. I don't feel good. The list was end- less with excuses, but did these sound familiar? Of course they did, because we were all guilty of doing it sometime. Why would we do it? Didn't we know we would get in trouble with our managers, not to mention our par- ents! Was it be- cause we would get a paycheck every two weeks? This important piece of paper helped to pay for gas, that special date, clothes, lunch and if we had any of it left over, it would become our "play money". Aren't we forget- ting something? Of course! The places assi s 5 Nadi x er X ...V X R l RQ we worked like Taco Bell, McDon- alds, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, grocery stores like Basha's, Safeway and Fry's. Shanie Wells, 5 who worked at I: Tater Junction said, "I was going to quit, but my boss was going to give me a raise, so I de- cided not to." Keep up the good work all you hard working student employees! - . "Watch carefully," Said Melinda "Me work??" laughed a hysterical Sean Birch. 20 Jobs Harrison. j L 4 5 k f . 0, T K ? 5 9' Q 1 K. .1 u 2.- London Fall Play . . Smash "This is going to be so easy . . . act- ing in a simple school play . . . fno work, party time!! Some students thought this when they first en- tered the auditorium to audition for "See How They Run," but their feelings soon changed. When they 22 Fall Play imagined themselves on a stage in front of millions of people, stage fright struck! Once the actors and actresses had been chosen, the action began. They had to work for 5 W weeks . . . 3 hours every day, even some lunches! ,QEH No I m not the reverend pleaded the Corporal Chve Winton to Sergeant Towers. q Say what?" questioned Penelope Toop. Reverend Authur Humphrey says, 'Tm innocent!" "Don't move or I shall shoot!" warns the intruder. Ida . . . Beth Bielefeldt Miss Skillon . . . Ellen Banks The Reverend Lionel Toop . . . Glenn Knauer Penelope Toop . . . Angela Brue Corporal Clive Winton . . . Brian Mobley The Intruder . . . Lance Paez- kowski The Bishop of Lax . . . Steve Ter- stegges Reverend Arthur Humphrey . . . Mike Kouts Sergeant Towers . . . Dwight Bradshaw keg exe f .t . Q 'Y' 9. Q X it 'I W terically about being the Reverends wife was humorous. "It was so fun- ny . . . some of the characters even forgot their lines!" commented Christine Lavoie. All in all, everyone enjoyed this London hit. Congratulations all cast members, stage crew, and espe- cially Miss Dean! 'Good luck on the future feature presentationsl' ,I-rd!-af, f"'f , 1. 2 tl 51925 i 12' L11 n ' 4 070111 Pima Fall Play 23 .swf-A' Q wg nails , L 169' ,wqsr 9- Q gag? N x X x x.xA.. xxx sb 4 '35, at-A . , lx! 5 Q' P -' . s x N 1 al '- - f lin. i as 3-.. ' 1 7 . . 0 R' , 1, I. ,Q X. ' HY- . ' ' 'i V si-- .x .N x 'lxxxxf ' 'fit H7 . X iv-gust. ov xxy' K Sl 7 F ' .Lia . QQ fx 'B S ff .snip F A S91 .-- Q g Q 9 Q X. , x . N . 'BL Y-if-fr-'f--' -' .f .. ,. .,.. ,,,,,, Tnlff' 72 ffrjf - f e ' iifiilfd , 6 ' j V67 .ftirew - s .grip s e f Ulllyflff 'S M,, n-""f"" I x.. vftzffyfdfj WN I lg, msfffe aff xx in X . hx., ,ffm - -'-- wMt.s....-,,. A, :- -'-5915!--..t.,..,,. ff , -'mv C iff' X Q-f", Angie, piling out of Scott's car. Sam Reese . . . could he be the next Evil Knievel?? Jodi Orndorff's reliable transportation. A 1949 example ofa student's dream car? Jason Johnson gets INTO his car. Kim Pospisil, Donna Bishop, Miss Lerma, and mascots Laura Toenjes and Dione Clement . . . Come on, Mom, can't we go faster?? Troy Clare and Ann Marie Pennington are proud to he Homecoming Royalty. Vehicles 2 5 Traditional had il lil illl A if Yee Haw! And they're off and running to the spec- tacular sight of the parade which attracts Gilbert residents by the ton. ll his special yearly - - event, the weekend before Thanksgiving, originated in 1960 as an Old West Celebration held in December. A few years before, Gilbert held a spring Fiesta, and Gilbert Days as we know it today, with it's food booths, rides, 2-rg gs. , . . 1' parade and souvenirs is the combination of the Spring Fiesta and winter Gilbert Wild West Days. The parade began early on Saturday morning and included our State Cham- pion Band, floats, Mayor L.J. Reed, Arizona Senator John McCain, and Mayors from other towns. The floats, horses, antique cars and the Firefighter water competitions were all a spectacle to enjoy and re- member. 'V ' 'f gem: -if Jumffi Steve Flores,'Scott Mertz, David Bass and Alex Ruvalcaba were, amused, but John Phillips and Morgan Fanchini weren't too thrilled about the baby buffalo, on campus at lunch for Gilbert Days. Q A A Z6 Gilbert Days Y S ' sq' ,4.d si. Q , , , P- ff- Q-:ff-ws-111: if ,ng Tired of performing for students Lat 1unch,ALouis's horse took a short break. Not a real 'big lunch crowd for the animal show . . . ,L R? ww 'QW J' N' fs, ,V W .qo, - 4 , Bk . 15, nf , f Y kk J ,N .. t K 'klxg A .. -, i.q,..ffs-,gms kj dy ' ., . . . tv? f wikis: . A ...L ,G ...Li Q53 get i.. K . ,K -' , X nv, K Q A ,P ' " . . " '- - m 'o . I s , f. P: aus' ,W ,S . K j'5I:.W,,.g!.f,v sk it K, xp h -Q K, ii.,,,..,,k W, dxf . I .4. Ja.--ig :A ff.: k sp... , ' f 1 f ck... x 5 .it -sfvg - fi Q .A- , ...ff N '1 v- 'Ce-G 1: ya . A-. 1' . s W 5'-1 is 'r"..,,,iN - iw h, x , . K , K , . K . ,K , .1 K . L . .. , 1 ' .- .X .1-K V Q I 1 - ..x hx, K .'d" - 3 1 1 4 , Thurman rode "into the sunset". . people are watching!" Gilbert Days. pony decides to eat the hxgh school, after all xt s lunch wtmme, W m fri ts- 49,1 y, '- Q JS".-f. .s I, -- i' ,,L.rv. ,rw 5 A Campus Farewell . . . Did you know that . . . 1. This campus is on the site of the old Gilbert airport? 2. The baseball field used to be a bird preserve? 3. The office used to have win- dows with a pay phone and a soda machine outside the door before an arson fire in l9Y'1? 4. There are 300 parking spaces with over 500 automobiles on campus? 12 ?y it O O . . . or 1S 1t? eventy years ago, less than one-hundred students at- tended the "old" Gilbert High School. When news came that there would be a new school, a lot of people were not excited. But among the disappointed there were those who were anxious to broaden their horizens. The present school site quickly developed traditions like state championships in events such as band and football. It even exper- ienced tragedies such as the loss of lives of many fellow students. But the schools spirit has helped us Q .M yigavuak 2 in M ,LE V l N: I y M Q my a students to overcome these losses to a point where we could kee fighting to be iil! Well the time has come to moi to another school. It may tal-1 some time to adjust to the ne' campus and to start new trad: tions, good and bad. But we wi try to keep our school on top! So : it good-bye? Maybe to the campi but not to the spirit and man memories that came out of i which are enough to last a lifetirr or two! Thanks G.H.S. , 'A ,QV -, s. if ,,,' el 1' t QX ,Es t crowd awaits one of the last pep rallies at chool. or Joel Packard, thinks "Did she wink E?" 're telling me how to do it?" remarks ie Holden. s rr.ss - b i'ii 'N' K K E ai' 5,1 i t M-wi IIIQUE is s F' Matt Renyolds and friends show their farewell greetings. Senior Brian Bergeron "Let me out!" is Campus Goodbye 29 This was the place to gather and socialize with friends in between classes . . . until they put in a fence!! Who needs dental work with a smile like , V W ' ' V this? fJunior Ron Wellsl Y mx J ww- ,ff 'f"'l"ii"'. 5442 5 we-we we is Q : , ',,, , I ,:',,k',, Jli i eiiif of .1 ,",w1:W1,, If V, ,- W J ml' ' QQ .,A,. 1 i i liiii f iiif e h if "-e ww N'M'rffrf"f!"e"' """f"f -KY X What would we do without this lunch area, And this is supposed to be done in the fall of '8'I?? wondered Melissa Bond and Sonja Bible. Goodbye 4 L A K In Memory Cf gannuary frlggilcggfciiient claimed the life of G.H.S. student Buffy Co- zett White. She was born on Au- gust l 1, 1969 in Fallon, Nevada. Her funeral services were held on Janu- ary 21, 1985 at 2:00 P.M. Alot of her friends and aquaintances attended to show their love for her. Her favorite class was dance, and she talked of taking advanced dance in her Junior year. She was very helpful in teaching others steps when they were having a hard time. That's a big reason why everyone loved her be- ause, she was such a helpful and heerful friend. BUFFY WE OVE YOU! Q. We X. . X 3, Buffy white 1 9 8 5 v gs E 2-4 TU'fk3'7?'? wtf?-S Penny Bowman, Leanna Camacho, Raquel Amaya Kris Kruizenga, Buffy White, and Suzy Bahr, enjoying being friends. Leanna Camacho, Buffy's friend, leaving campus at the end of the day with Chris Sweezy. in Memory 31 QQ QQQOSQ ei V Q39 H nce upon a time long, long ago in the little - - town of Gilbert, there was a High School. It was in the middle of summer: four young people were very excited and anxiously waited in antici- pation, for tonight would be the first graduation ever held at Gilbert High School. Seventy years later the l 9 8 'I Senior Class of 3 6 'I students was the last class to graduate from the Gilbert High School campus which was once the Gilbert Airport. Over those seventy years, Gil- bert's population had increased so rapidly, it was necessary to build a larger school so plans were made and work began in May 1985 It was our last year of high school and we were the Last Generation the last class to graduate at the current campus but the outstanding reputa tion of Gilbert High School would continue just at a bigger and better place 3 2 Seniors 5 -swf., ., , . QQ, --s - Y -Q 3 'LI' '-. fl 4 X K -as.. -L ...qi The 1 98 7 Yearbook Senior Staff: Sheri Price, Coni Kinkade, Dawn Wisdom, Shana Cluff, Shannon Wil- liams, Suzette Cluff, Tina Reh, Stacey Stephenson, Anna Leich, Kris Kruizenga. ellilovnm Gm Joseph Abukhader Timothy Allen Patricia Amaya Racquel Amaya Douglas Amborn Donny Anderson Pamela Anderson Scot Anderson Tracey Anderson Laurie Arave Katie Arrington Stephanie Ayala Chris Babcock Suzanne Bahr Daniel Bailey Barbara Ball Jeffrey Barcon Cynthia Barnes Kardenia Barnett Charles Barney Robert Barrios Toni Barton Teri Basha David Bass Robert Bechtel 3 4 Seniors 4- t A Ns.- T.. A '11 'lx N ', ! 'Q' I X. fl' gg' t- 'Oi X 24 Chris Bender Chris Bennett Brian Bergeron Elizabeth Bielefeldt Jana Biggs Michelle Blackmore Diane Blain Kellie Blaisdell Kerwin Blau Michelle Blessington Bryan Bowles Penny Bowman Dwight Bradshaw Shawna Bradshaw Chris Braswell Robert Bray Edward Bricker Stephani Brimhall Barry Brown Chester Brown Kent Buckley Steven Buell Donald Buettner Diane Buksas Paul Burgess Seniors 3 5 See Kennedy Burke Leanna Camacho Anthony Campos Kimberly Carpenter Stacy Carpenter Tracy Carpenter Lisa Carroll Quinn Carroll Val Carroll Karen Carter Robert Castillo Alexander Chaides Brent Chanley Dale Christel Michael Clarke Rhonda Clary Dione Clement LaDonna Clement Vickie Clonts Lyla Cluff Shana Cluff Susette Cluff Brenden Cocke Lynn Coglianese Sharron Cooley 36 Seniors Tami Cubel Danelle Dalton Joyce Daniels Wade Darlington Glenn Dayley Kelly Dillard Audrey Dillon Wilbur Done Carolee Dunlap Marvin Elkin Ruben Esquivel Alicia Evans Larry Evans Deirdre Fagan Morgan Fanchini Troy Fendrick Randy Ferrin Shyrl Finn Juliana Fisher Katherine Flores Jessica Ford Eddie Forward Lisa Fraley Rex Gillespie Scott Cowshow Seniors 3 7 Cathy Gilman Cindy Gledhill Christi Graham h Seniors Monique Grimmett Dennis Gring Jerilyn Gross Matthew Hale Ty Hallock Lance Hamblin Shellie Hamman Dwaine Hammond Lynn Hancock Scott Hansen Thomas Harmon John Harper Sheri Hastings Justin Hatch Lisle Hawkins Amy Hayward Matthew Henderson Terry Herbold Kathy Hernandez Phillip Herrington Keri Heward Shantell Hicken 3 8 Seniors -5 nl' 'ang Kris Hicks Heather Higby Dane Higgins John Hilbrands Carl Hill Craig Hills Carl Holtz Kristan Hood Michelle Hoopes Michael Howard Marchel Huffman Jerry Humphrey Jodie Humphrey William Huso Kristine Jackson James Jayne Rebecca Jenkins Douglas Jensen Christine Johnson Jason Johnson Samuel Jolly Wendy Jones Brian J uhl Melissa Kawa Tricia Kellogg Seniors 3 9 Geictnm Quit Paula Kelly Rod Kent Seth Kent Kathy Keslin Teresa Kimberley Constance Kinkade Eric Knighton Lisa Kowall Scott Kruse Vohn Lamoree Christine Lavoie David Layton Brenda Lee Heather Legault Anna Leitch Karen Liestman Lisa Lines Miesha Littlefield Secorra Luse Chris Lynn Todd Maggard Elodia Maldonado Michael Marmonte Derek Martin Michael Martin 40 Seniors FMT S' 4.l. 'K ll X X A 15:5 'Q Q-N N Qc. YQ David Martinez Eric Martinez Kelly Marvin Chster Massingill Roxanne Mattioda John McCleve Michelle McDermott Michael McDowell Roberta Mclntire Shawn Mclntosh Todd McIntyre Dennis McKeon Blythe McNett Roxanne Melick Nina Merrel Jason Miller Mireille Moore Jamie Mosher Curt Murphree Michael Mutchler Christine Naderer Melissa Neff Warde Nichols Kim Niebrzydwski Chandra Nielson Seniors 4 l lllcovllnfmg Gm Bradley Norton Carol Noyes Brenda Oakes Gregory Obolewicz Dave Ogden Roy Oxford Terry Page Denton Payne Missy Pendleton William Pennington Michele Penrod Gabriel Perez Dale Person David Peterson Jena Pfeifer John Phillips Robert Pico Donatella Polston Kimberly Pospisil Sheri Price Susie Ouintero Michael Ramsier Michelle Randall Kevin Rapps Larry Ray 4 2 Seniors 1 w x f' x f, Hur- ,ICQ Q? M, 1' if 'KG e Hs. 'itll 'Ml 'Sf . L fi Af IL Scott Reading Sam Reese Lora Regnell Tina Reh Chandra Riggs George Ripley Lyell Roberson Russell Rowe Shawn Ruelle Anna Ruiz George Ruiz Shawn Runnion Michael Runyon Donita Rusk Christy Rust Kevin Sass Ryan Schmidt Paul Scholz Diane Serpa Dineen Serpa Kayla Sharp Tishan Sharp Tarnera Sheldon Donald Shields Traci Siciliani Seniors 43 Christopher Siddall Donna Sipple Debra Skarecky Ronetta Skarvold Grantland Smith Jerad Smith Kenneth Smith Patie Smith Shani Sparks Stacey Stephenson Cynthia Stevens Dina Stewart Theresa Stock Scott Stormo Oscar Sutton Joanne Swinkowski Tracy Taylor Rick Teske David Thomas Michael Thornton Jeff Tilley Laura Toenjes Becky Torres Kandie Townsend Mathew Trombley Seniors not Pictured 4 4 Seniors Stepping CC-Digit fi wane' 1 'qi 1 V f ' 1- 'S ' r " i M 8 X' 14 Ap A ':. Q3 ' . 4 M S fm , . lp: we Stacey Althouse Dax Austin Samuel Babbitt Ellen Banks gf! Cynthia Barnes Julie Bates Donna Bishop John Blount I -a , it Y. -4, I, . .1 . , 4, ,pa 'M- M XX 1. Joey Bonner Treg Bradley Serena Brannen Michael Brown D 41. ,Q A, V ,- ,, ' -'ij Anne Brunelle Steven Buell Robert Bumm Michael Bustos Tom Michael Lisa Coffel Lloyd Cook ., Mark Turley , James Turner Tommy Turner 'mrs . M Ri Tanya Vanhorn Cathryn Vega Lori Waggoner Kevin Washburn 5..- Kevin Watson Natalie Webster John Welch Jamie Wheeler hh'- l A nl' U KI?-I 4 W. avi' Laura Downs Kevin Fike Anthony Gloria David Jackson Coronado Jason Emerson Lauri Foster Andrea Harper Lyndie Jordan Daniels Morgan Fanchini Jesse Franklin Adam Hellmann Bradley J uhl Brian Fike Jeffrey Gammell Scott Hilliard Clayton Kerr John Kirchner Raeann Larson Dawn Liles Shane Macarthur Michael McKnight Michelle Meeks David Merwin Catherine Miedowiez Elizabeth Montano Michael Montano Richard Murrary Paul Nauman Carole Null Michele Parsons Marlon Pepper Houston Rankin Tanis Ray Maxi Reed Renee Roland Aaron Rotheburger John Royer Shawn Runnion Sean Sanchez Larry Schatt Michelle Scott Larry Simkins Albert Spangler Darren Stinnett Paul Tafoya Shannon Thomas Travis Thomas Amy Torcivia Edward Vega Gary Vest Heidi Wagner Tracy Warner Chris Williams Brad Wise Shannon Williams Cynthia Wilson Dawn Wisdom Darrin Wiste Yun Ae Won Cydney Wood Karen Wood J anel Woods Lynette Wray Laura Zawicki Seniors 4 5 ' -lg' ,. .M- '1 1-f' A ','!, ' . 3 1 ,I 1 'A fl. som. ,, 4 1 1 P-13. I 1' 'Fi Y - 1 ' 5+ Qi?-iff ' 1'-.gifs ' . N 1 . :H 1 1 , ,HX I Q W Chet Brown, Denny Barney. Mike Thornton, Mike Rarnsire, Tracey Marchele Huffman, Rhonda Clary, Kelley Blaisdell, Coni Kink Anderson, and Cathy Hernandez all showing how close their friend- and Stacey Stephenson expressing the leisurely life as "Big Seni ship really is. Abukhader, Joseph: Football 1 1, Peer Counselor 1 1, French Club 10, 1 1 Allen, John: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Band 10, Track 10, F.B.L.A. 12 Allen, Tim: Band 10, l 1, 12, Football 10, 1 1 Amaya, Patricia: D.C.E.-Co-President 12, Mat Maids 10, Spanish Club 10 Anderson, Donny: Football 10, ll, 12, Baseball 10, ll, 12, Ski Club ll, 12 Anderson, Pamela: Student Body V. Presi- dent 12, Volleyball 12, Track 10, 11, 12, French Club ll, 12 Anderson, Scot: Wrestling 10, l l, 12, Foot- ball 10, Newspaper 10, Ski Club 12 Anderson, Tracey fWeesel1: Barnyard Bunch 1 1, B-Squad 12, Basketball 10, ll, 12, Football 10, ll Arave, Laurie: Track 10, National Honor Society 1 1, Ski Club 12 Arrington, Katie: Band 10, 1 1, 12, Diving 1 1, 12 Ayala, Stephanie Renee: J.V. Cheer 10, Varsity Cheer 12, Dance Club 12, Ski Club 12 Babbitt, Sam K.: Swimming 1 1, 12 Babcock, Chris: Basketball 10, 11, 12, Baseball l 0, 1 1, 12, National Honor So- ciety 1 1, 12 Banks, Ellen: Speech ll, Officer 12, Jazz Choir 1 1, 1 1, 12, National Honor Soci- ety 11, 12 Barney, Denny "Charles": B-Squad 12, Ski Club V. Pres. 1 1, 12, Soccer 12, Barn- yard Bunch l 1 Barrios, Robert: French Club 10, 11, 12, Choir l 1, 12, Jazz 12, D.C.E. 12 4 6 Seniors Barton, Toni: Diving 10, Track 10, Nation- al Honor Society l 1, 12, S.A.D.D. 1 1 Basha, Teri L.: Choir 10, 1 1, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, Swimming 10, 11, 12, Jazz Choir 1 1, 12 Bender, Christopher J.: D.C.E. 1 2, Student Council 12, Swimming 1 1 Bennett, Chris Bectal, Robby: Tennis 10, 1 1, 12, F.B.L.A. 12, Ski Club ll, 12 Bergerion, Brian: Baseball 10, 1 1, 12 Bielefeldt, Elizabeth Joy: Band 1 2, Drama 10,11,12,SpeechTeam1l,l2,Artl0, 1 1, 12 Bishop, Donna: Band 10, D.C.E. 12, V. Golf 12, S.A.D.D. fsecretaryl 11 Blain, Diane: F.H.A. President 1 1, F.B.L.A. 10, 1 1, 12 Blaisdell, Kelley: Accounting Club 1 1, Cheer 10, l 1, 12, Mat Maid 12, Track 10, 1 1, 12 Blau, Kerwin D.: Band 10, 1 1, 2, Jazz Band ll, Jazz Choir 12 Blessington, Michelle: D.C.E. 12, National Honor Society 1 1, 12 Bonner, Joey: Rodeo 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 1 1, 12 Student Council 10, Dance 10, 1 l Bowles, Bryan: Chress Club ll, 12, Band 10, Basketball 10 Bowman, Penny: D.E.C.A. 1 1, V.I.C.A. 1 1 Bradshaw, Dwight: Choir 1 1, 12, Musicals 11, 12, Jazz Choir ll, 12 Bradshaw, Shawna: Basketball 1 1, 12, Track ll, 12, Softball 1 1 Bradley, Treg: Soccer 10, 1 1, 12, Year Book 1 1 Bricker, Eddie: Football 1 1, 12 Brimhall, Stephanie: D.C.E. 12, French Club 12 Brown, Barry: Basketball 1 1, 1 2, Nation Honor Society 1 1, 12, Barnyard Bunc 10, 1 1, 12 Brown, Chester: Basketball 10, 1 1, 1 Baseball 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 12 Brown, Michael: D.C.E. 12 Electronics 1 Buettner, Donald: Basketball 10, ll, 1 Ski Club 12, Foreign Language 1 1, 1 Buksas, Diane: F.B.L.A. 11, 12, Nation Honor Society 12, Quiz Bowl 1 1 Burke, Kennedy: Art Club 10 Burgess, Paul: Football 10, 12, Stage Cra ll, 12 Campos, Anthony: Anytown 10, Bar 10,11, 12, Football 10, ll, Jazz Bar 10, 12 Carroll, Lisa: Band Dance Line 1 1, 1 Dance Club 12, Volleyball l 1, Cro Country 12 Carroll, Quinn: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Trac 10, 1 1, National Honor Society l 1, 1 Carroll, Val: Basketball 10, 1 1, 12, D.C. 12, National Honor Society ll, 1 Barnyard Bunch 10, 1 1, 12 Carpenter, Kimberly: Track 10, Swin ming 10, Newspaper 10, Pep Club 1 1 1 Carpenter, Stacy: Volleyball 9, 10, l 1, 1 Track 9, 10, ll, 12, Basketball 1 Cross Country 12 Carpenter, Tracy: Cross Country 10, 1 12, Track 10, 11, 12 Carter, Karen: DCE 1 l, Golf 12, Nation Honor Society 1 1, 12 Chaides, Alexander: Spanish Club 10, 1 12, National Honor Society 10, 1 1, 1, Clarke, Mike: Wrestling 1 1, 12 Past Activities Clement, Dione: Volleyball 9, 10, 12, Varsi- tyTrack 9,10,11,12,Mat-Maid10,11 Mascot 12, French Club 10, ll, 12 Clement, Ladonna: FBLA 12, Ski Club 12, Advanced Theatre 10. 1 1, 12 Clonts, Vicki: French Club 12, S.A.D.D. 12, Ski Club 12 Cluff, Lyla: FBLA Treasurer 12. National Honor Society l 1, 12 Cluff, Shana: Dance Club l 1, 12, Yearbook 12, French Club 12, Ski Club 12 Cocke, Brenden: Rodeo 10, 1 1, 12, FFA 10, 1 1, 12 Coffel, Lisa: Spanish Club 1 1, Ski Club 12, FBLA 12 oglianese, Lynn M.: Marching Band 10, 1 1, 12, FBLA 12, Foreign Language CFrenchl 12 ook. Lloyd Rodney: Football 10, ll, 12, Track 11, 12, Basketball 12. Ski Club 1 2 ooley, Sharron: Band 10, 1 1, Chorus 1 1. 1 2 oonfield, Jo'e1: D.C.E. 12 ubel, Tami Irene: Marching Band 10, 1 1, 12, Jazz Band 1 1, 12, Concert Band 10. 11, 12, Orchestra 10, ll, 12 Daniels, Joyce L.: Band 10. 1 1, F.F.A. 10,11,12,D.C.E.12 arlington. Wade E.: Football 12. Wres- tling 10. Ski Club 12 ayley, Glenn "Dego": Football 10, 1 1, 12, Track 10, National Honor Society 11, 12. Barnyard Bunch 1 1 eatherage, Paul: Tennis 10, 1 1, National Honor Society 1 2, Foreign Language 10, 1 1, 12 illard, Kelly: Band 1 1, 12, Newspaper 10, S.A.D.D. 11, 12, Anytown 10 illon, Audrey, National Honor Society l 1 , 12, Basketball 10, 12, Volleyball 10, Spanish 10, 12 Elkin, Marvin: Marching Band 10, 1 1, 12, Newspaper 11, Ski Club 11, 12, Concert Band 10, 11, 12 quiuel, Ruben: Football 1 1, 12, Baseball 1 1, Track 10, Wrestling 12 ans, Alicia A.: Loser 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 12. National Flunk Society 10, ll, Chess Club 12 Fagan, Deirdre: Mat-Maid 12, French Club 12, S.A.D.D. 12, Ski Club 12 nchini, Morgan: Wrestling 10, 1 1, 12, Football 10, ll, Rodeo 10, 11, 12 rin, Randy: Tennis 10, 1 1, 12, F.B.L.A. e, Kevin: n, Shyrl: National Honor Society 11, Senior 12, Spanish Club 10 Fisher, Juli: Flores, Kathy M.: Spanish Club 10, Soft- ball lO, Newspaper 10, D.C.E. 12 Ford, Jessica: Dance Club 10. ll, 12, Marching Band 1 1, 12, Honor Society 11, 12, Drama 11, 12 Forward, Eddie: Ski Diving 12, Ski Club 11,12, Band 10, 11 Foster, Lauri: Art Club 1 1, F.B.L.A. 1 1, 12, Ski Club 12 Franklin, Jesse: Football 10 Fraley, Lisa: Track 10, 1 1, 12, Cross Coun- try l0, ll. 12. Honor Society 11, 12 Gillespie, Rex: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Track 10. 11, l2,Basketball 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12 Gilman, Cathy: Volleyball 10, F.B.L.A. 12, Dance Club 1 1, Peer Counciler 10 Gledhill. Cindi: Honor Society 11, Newspaper 1 1, Spanish Club 10 Gloria, Anthony: Spanish Club 10, 12, F.B.L.A, 12 Graham, Christi: Ski Club 1 1, F.B.L.A. 1 1, Yearbook 1 1, D.C.E. 12 Gring, Dennis: Marching Band 10, 1 1, 12, Concert Band 10, 11, 12 Jazz Band 12. Orchestra 10, 12 Gross. Jeri: Softball 1 1, 12, D.C.E. 12,Vo1- leyball 1 1, Ski Club 12 12. Hale, Matthew: Spanish Club 1 1, 12, Ski Club l 1, 12, Football 1 1, Tennis 10, 1 1, 12 Hamblih, Lance: Basketball 10, ll, 12, Track 1 1 Hamman, Shelliez Dance Club 10, 1 1, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, S.A.D.D. 1 1, Art Club Hamman, Dwain: V.1.C.A. 12 Hancock, Lynn: Honor Society 1 1. 12, Sci- ence Club l0, Basketball 10. 1 1 Hansen, Scott: Art Club Sec. 12. F.B.L.A. 1 2 Harper, Andrea: Orchestra 10, 1 1, 12 Harper, John: Stage Craft 10. 1 1 Hastings, Sheri: Student Council-Senior vice 12, Ski Club 11, 12. Cheer 10, 12 Hawkins, L.D.: Rodeo Hayward, Amy: Softball 10, 1 1, 12, Volley- ball 1O. FBLA 12, Foreign Language 9, 10, National Honor Society 1 1. 12 Hellman, Adam: Football 9, 10, 11, 12, Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 12, Track 9. 12 Henderson, Matthew A.: Herbold, Terry: FBLA Secretary l 1, FBLA President 12, D.C.E. 12 Hernandez. Katherine Renee: Cheer 10, Dance 10, Dance Club 1 1, 12, Ski Club 1 2 Herrington, Phillip: Soccer 9, 10, ll, 12, Zlctivities Football 1 1, 12, Track 12 Hicken, Shantell: Student Council: 10, Secretary, l 1, 12. Treasurer Girls State 1 1, National Honor Society 1 1, 12 Hicks, Christine: Choir 10. S.A.D.D. 1 1, Dance 11, 12, Ski Club 11. 12 Hilbrands. John: Art Club 10, 12, Art Club Vice President 1 1 Holtz, Carl E.: Football 1 1. 12, Wrestling 11, 12, Industrial Arts 11, 12 Hood, Kristan: Newspaper 10, FBLA 12 Howard, Mike: Newspaper 12 Huffman, Marchel: Cheer Ski Club 11, 12 10, FBLA 12. Jackson, Kristine S.: Art Club 1 1, 12, National Honor Society 1 1, 12, treasur- er Newspaper 12, Track l 1, 12 Jayne, Jimmy: Anytown 10, FBLA 12, Speech Team 10, 11, president 12, Band 10, Drum Major 11, 12 Jensen, Douglas: Football l 1. 12, Ski Club 11. 12, Squad 12 Johnson, Jason: Football 10. 1 1, 12, VICA president 12, Ski Club 1 1 Jolly, Samuel: Chess Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish 10, Ski Club 12. Ind. Arts 10. 1 1 Jones, Wendy: Diving 1 1, 12. Band 12 Juhl, Brian Eston: Kawa, Missy: Ski Club 12, Track 12, Foreign Language 10, 1 1, D.C.E. 12 Kellogg, Tricia L.: Art 81 Photo 1 1. D.C.E. 12, Yearbook 1 1 Kent, Rod: F.F.A. 10, 1 1, 12. National Hon- or Society 11, 12 Kent, Seth: Rodeo 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11.F.F.A.1O,11,12 Keslin, Kathy: National Honor Society 1 1, D.C.E. 12, Ski Club 12 Kimberley, Teresa: Softball 1 1, 12, Basket- ball 11, 12, Basketball 11, 12, F.B.L.A. 1 2 Kinkade, Constance L.: Ski Club 11, 12, D.C.E. 12, Yearbook 11, 12. Diamond Doll 12 Knighton. Eric E.P.K.: F.B.L.A. 12, Air Band 10 Kruizenga, Kris: Art 8. Photo 10, 1 1, 12, Yearbook 12 Layton, David: Basketball 10, 1 1, 12, Baseball 10, ll, 12, Football 12, For- eign Language l0, 1 1 Liestman, Karen: French Club 10, 1 1, Ski Club 11, 12. Mat Maid 11, 12, Football 10, 1 1, 12 Lines, Lisa: Mat-Maids ll. 12, Ski Club 12, D.C.E. 12 Littlefield, Miesha: Ski Club 11, 12, Dia- mond Doll 11, Band 10, 12 Lynn,Chris: Football 10, 1 1,Soccer 10, 11, 12, Baseball 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 11 Seniors 4 7 Senior Passed Curriculum Maggard, Todd: Wrestling Maldonado, Elodia: Band 10, 1 1, 1 2, Track Manager 10, D.C.E. 12 Maramonte, E. Michael: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Baseball 1 1 , Martin, Derek: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Soccer 11,12,Baseba11l0,11,12,FrenchC1ub 10, 11, 12, Barnyard Bunch 10, ll, 12, Ski Club 11, 12 Martin, Michael Martinez, David: Football 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 Mattioda, Raxanne: D.C.E. 12 McCleve, John: Cross Country 11, 12, Track 10, 11, 12 McDermott, Michelle: F.B.L.A. 12, Softball 10, 11, 12, Track 10, 12, Band 10, 12 Mclntire, Robi: F.B.L.A. 12, Spanish Club 10, 1 1, 12 McIntosh, Shawn: Swimming 10, 11, 12, Soccer 1 1, Drama 10 Mclntyre, Todd: Football 10, 1 1, 1 2, Base- ball l0, 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, B- Squad 12 McNett, Blythe: D.C.E. Meeks, Michelle Melick, Roxanne: Art Club 12 Merrell, Nina: Choir 10, ll, 12, FFA 10, Drama 10, 1 1, 12, Student Council 12 Merwin, Dave: Soccer, Cross Country, Chess Club Miller, Jason: Wrestling 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 10, 11, 12 Montano, Isabel: D.C.E. 12 Montano, Michael: Football 9, FFA 10, D.C.E. 12 Murray, Rich: Football 10, Ski Club 11 Murphree, Curt: Swimming 10, 11, 12, FFA 10, 11 Neff, Melissa: D.C.E. 12, Stage Craft 10, 1 1 Nichols, Warde: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Wres- tling 10, ll, 12, Baseball 10, ll, Ski Club 1 1, 12 Niebrzydowski, Kim: French Club 10, 1 1, Ski Club 1 1, 12, D.C.E. 12 Norton, Bradley: Basketball ll, 12, Golf, Ski Club 12 Oakes, Brenda: Band 10, 11, 12, D.C.E. 1 1, 12, Softball Manager 1 1 Obolewicz, Greg: Oxford, Roy: Band 10, 1 1, 12 Parsons, Michele: Drill Team 10, Var- sity Cheerleader 1 1, F.B.L.A. 12 Payne, Denton: Pendleton, Missy: Cheerleader 12, Volley- ball 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Anytown, French Club l 1 Penrod, Michele: D.C.E. Peterson, David: Student Council 10, 12, Varsity Soccer 10, 1 1, 12, N.H.S. 1 1, 12, Ski Club 12 Pfeifer, Jena: Volleyball 10, Track 10, 12, D.C.E. 12, Ski Club 10 Phillips, John: FFA 10, l 1, 12, HS Rodeo 1 2 Pospisil, Kimberly: NHS 11, 12, Student Council Rep. 12, French Club 1 1, Pres. 12, Track 10, 11, 12, Golf 12, Ski Club .A-'na Seniors: Dawn Wisdom and Nina Merrel, "Look, It's a bird." 48 1 2 Price, Sheri: Yearbook 1 1, 12, Ski Club 1 1, 12, Spanish Club 12 Ouintero, Susie: Foreign Languagd- Club 10, 1 1, Dance Club 10 Ramsier, Michael: Football 10, 1 1, 121 Baseball 10, 11, 12, Ski Club ll, 12 Rapps, Kevin: Cross Country 1 1, 12, Track: 10,11,12, French Club 10, 11 Ray, Larry: Band 10, Track 11, NHS 11 12, Ski Club 12 Ray, Tannis: Softball 10, 1 1, FFA 10, 1 1 Track 10 Reese, Sam Regnell, Lora: Track 1 1, 12, Ski Club 12 DCE 12 Reh, Tina: Newspaper 1 0, Drama 1 1, Year book 12, FBLA 12 Ripley, George: Wrestling 10, Football 10 l 1, 12 Roberson, Lyell: FBLA Treas. 1 2, Track 1 l 1 2 Roland, Renee M.: Choir 1 1, 12 Rothenberger, Aaron Ruiz, Annamaria: Cheer 10, Dance Clu 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12 Ruiz, George: Wrestling 10, 1 1, 12 Runnion, Shawn A.: Cross country 1 Track 1 1, 12, Newspaper 1 1 Runyon, Todd: FFA, Rodeo Rust, Christy Sanchez, Sean Sass, Kevin: Ski Club 10, 1 1 Schmidt,Ryan: Tennis 1 1, l2,Football 1 French Club 11, NHS 11, 12 Scholz, Scott: Basketball 10, 1 1, 12, Foo ba1112,NHS10,11, 12,SkiC1ub1l,1 Serpa, Diane: Band 1 1, 12, NHS 1 1 Serpa, Dineen: Dance 1 1, French Club 1 12, Track 10, NHS 11, Band 12 Simkins, Larry Dean: Peer Counselor 1 Boys State 11, Science Club 10, N 1 1, 12 Siciliani, Traci A.: Badminton 12, Stude Council Sec. 12, Ski Club Sipple, Donna Lynn: Band 10, 1 1, Ski Cl 12, Orchestra 11, SADD 11, Spani Club 10 Sharp, Kayla: Mascot ll, Cheer 12, N 11, 12, SwimmingfDiving 10, ll, 1 Dance Club 11, 12, FBLA 12 Sheldon, Tammy: Spanish Club 10, l Softball 11 Shields, Donald: FFA 10, 1 1, 12, FFA of cer ll, 12 Skarecky, Debra Jean: Band 10, Spani 12, Orchestra 10, ll, 12, SADD 1 Speech 10 Skarvold, Ronetta mith, Grandlund E.: Band 10, 11, 12, Drumline leader 12, Swimmin 1 1, 12, 9 Orchestra 10, 12, FBLA 12 mith, Patie: DCE 12, Peer Counselor 1 1, 12 parks, Shani: Softball 10, 1 1, 12, Dance Club 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, 12, Rodeo 10, 11, 12 tephenson, Stacey: Rodeo 10, 1 1, 12, Dance Club 12, Ski Club 11, 12 tephens, Cyndi: Art Club 1 1, Dance Club 1O,11,12, NHS 11, 12, Ski Club 11, FBLA 12 tinnett, Darren tock, Traci: Band 10, 1 1, French Club 1 1, FBLA 12, Dance Club 12 tton, Oscar Warren: FFA 1 1, 12, Ski Club 11, 12 inkowski. Joanne: NHS 1 1 Taylor. Tracey: Mat Maids 10, 1 1, Ski Club 1 1, 12 ske, Rick: DCE 12. FBLA 10, 1 1, Wres- tling 10 omas, David: Football 1 1, 12, Wrestling 10, 11. NHS ll, 12 ornton, Michael: Football 10, 11, 12, Baseball 1 1, 12 nies, Laura: Tennis 10, l l, 12, Mascot 12, Anytown 1 1, Jr Class Sec. nsend. Kandie: Ski Club 1 1. 12 mbley, Matthew ley, Mark: Soccer 10, 11, 12, Ski Club l 2 ner, James M.: Track 11, Newspaper 11,12,VICA12 ner, Tommy: Chess 1 1, 12, DCE 12 Valentin, Edward: NHS 1 1, 12 Horn. Tanya Marie: Basketball 10. rench Club 1 1. Drama 10, Softball 12, rack 12 a, Cathy: Band Dance line 1 1, 12, DCE ecfTreas. 12, Golf 12, Ski Club 11, 12 t, Gary W. Waggoner. Lori: DCE Pre. 12, Dance lub ll, Ski Club 12 hburn, Kevin: Basketball 10, ll, 12, aseba111O, 11, 12 son, Kevin: Football 10, 1 1, 12, Wres- ling 10, 11, 12,SkiClub 12,Tennis 10 ster, Natalie: Diving 10, 1 1, 12, Tennis 1, 12, Softball 10, 12, Spanish Club 2 eler, Jamie Lynn: Band 10, ll, 12, azz Choir 10, 11. 12, NHS 11, 12 iams, Shannon: Softball 10, ll, 12, rench Club ll, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, earbook 12 on, Cynthia Ann: FBLA 12 om. Dawn: Choir ll, 12, Jazz Choir 2, Yearbook 11, 12 e, Darrin: Sports trainer 1 1, 12, Bas- etball Mgr. 10, 11, 12, Band 10 I ll' Senior: Rex Gellispie, smiling pretty for the cam era. Won, Yun Ae: Band 12, FBLA 11. 12 Wood, Cydney: Newspaper 10, l 1, Student Council Rep. l 1, FBLA Treas. 12, Track 1 2 Wood, Karen Diane: President: 10, 1 l. 12, Girls State l 1. Swimming 10, NHS 1 1, 12, Peer Counselors 10, SADD 11, Ski Club 11, 12, Spanish Club 11 Wray, Lynette Michelle: DCE SecfTreas. 12. Track 10, 11, SADD 12, Student Council 10, ll, Cheer 10, ll Zawicki. Laura Jeanne: Band 12, Drama 10,11,12,Choir10,11,12,Speech11, 1 2 rbi This true Gilbert High School student was not at all bothered by showing the rest of the school her spirit and her pride Juniors have a new look at their school they love lt even more than ever They were excited about getting through this year since they are to be the first class to graduate from our new high school on Elliott Rd We re burning our brain cells more than ever xactly 37 years ago there were 29 Juniors attending Gilbert High School and in the fall of 1986 there were 400 Juniors Now that s growingll One thing that hadn t changed was the Juniors still giving school their best Hope it was a great year Juniors' but it's alot of fun, explained Junior, Debbie SWK, , x xx "k5'y, Z ws N . m W! '9 3 4 uw -. Y. ,M .4 QW' x - Q- 1 M. '.,W-x ,Q Q ' Q K ' 4 ' Xu ,Q xi YN 10 -- 5 5' b W iff gn A. 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E' " ' . 1 I ' L .4 'Wk -uf 'iff' '-v-4 i , . . f 19' If 2 ' f 4, -3 , Q, x pg. Julie Egelhoff Lydia Erran Shannon Evans Russell Everett Finau Fifita Michelle Fischer Larry Fish Kirk Flake Leonard Fleming Steven Flores Chela Florie Aaron Foote Shawn Forsgren Lisa Fox Frances Gall Leopold Gallegos Ruben Garibay Leslie Garwood "It's not as it seems to be," was Tara Jones immediate response. Modeling was very hard work and required alot of training in a vari- ety of areas, such as poise, make- up, hair styling, fashion aware- ness, proper diet and exercise. You had to be very dedicated to be suc- cessful. It also meant early to bed, cutting down on the junk food, "which I thrive on," added Tara. Sometimes it's real hard to for- had an early photo shoot Most of all you had to be able to accept re- jection with a smile because the competition was very tough Since the age of 10 Tara had trained and modeled with many different agencies such as Talent Coorinators and Sincerely Sandra and was currently associated with L'image Casablancas. "I hope to someday be a profes- sional model," Tara concluded hopefully. go a Friday night out because I ..,..m,,... 1 1 .5 Photographer Jamie Ecker 55 A LMGSI GICHSIQE Wesley Garwood Michael Geymont Robin Gilbertson Rob Giles Gillispie Shawnah Debbie Gin Jeana Gledhill Shane Godek Marc Gomez Jason Gonzales Tricia Graham Ken Graves William Graves Shannon Gray Randall Griph Luanne Groves Trina Guelich Marissa Guerrero Brian Gum Tammy Hadlocl-x Randy Hahn Tracy Hale Laura Hall Jerry Handley Eric Hanson Sally Harper Sean Harrison Danny Harter Randy Harward Scott Hastings 5 6 J UNIORS -SE' SS2 'S 3 2 K- 1 .--. 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'W' Q ., Q i i Q mi 'Q I rx x Shamaine Hatch Neil Hatler Clay Hawkins Eric Hawthorne Alan Hayes Buffy Hernandez Louis Hernandez Sandra Hernandez Alan Heyndenreich David Hickcox Tara Hicken Johnathan Hickman Tom Hicks Hank Hilbert Rick Hilland Natalie Hills Jeff Hinkle Marie Hisey Debbie Holden Dawn Holder Brad Holland Kief Hough Mike Howell Dee Hudson Kent Huston Nicole Infanti Lisa J ohncola Shane Johns Chad Johnson Shad Johnson J UNIORS 5 'I umons IQQQIQMQ fwovncg Who was this all around athle- tic guy? None other than Junior Matt Amos. Matt played defen- sive end and flanker back on the Junior Varsity Football Team. It wasn't too surprising to find Matt out on the town with his friends Troy Skipper, Marc Chesley, Mike Howell, and Marc Mc Dowell. "My favorite music is Rock-N-Roll," Matt said. He could have been found listening to his favorite groups AC DC, Scorpions, and Van Halen. Photographer Stacey Stephenson 5 8 Juniors Tara Jones Jeremy Judd Darren Kendrick Richard Kilton Leslee Klesner Brian Klink Michael Kouts Melanie Lake Karen Lamoreaux Trent Lamoreaux Samantha Lansdell Symone Lansdell Trudy Lemon Dean Lewis Brett Leiurance Ricardo Lopez Stephanie Lord Danelle Maggard -... 'JV' yy A ty Kali' L 41143 N v ,, in' Ei ' nf. X' ,Q- Qfl ' X 1 . - U 5 s 'sl Q rw! ui x f v 92 . H Nl lk 3 f. .5 .- '- IO ,fan fx C'-if V 04 -Q' ,vm Z" P, VA t it t 2 . 1 'L A - .. 3' ' '. -. 4 4. ,. H . N 1 .7 vu 5- .1: g -ff S rn I it . Q I 5 +-mf S J - v wc, 'l uf. xx j. F65 ' 'A J -Nh ...z Nathaniel Majean Donna Mandarino Amee Mangus Marlo Mannies Ann Maramonte Tamie Marks Cynthia Martinez Enedina Martinez Fidel Martinez Ruby Mason Aaron Masterson Christine Maughan Michelle Mauter David Mayer Doug Maynard Tami McCrite Chad McDaniel Mark McDowell Lance McIntosh Stephanie Meade Chris Meaney Scott Mertz Dawn Meraz Scott Merrill Philip Micciche Tony Mitteer Brian Mobley Mike Moeding Grant Moffett John Molnas Juniors 5 9 David Moody Amy Moore Brandon Moore Michelle Moreno Rick Morrell Clay Morris Jamie Munguia Leonardo Munoz Lucia Munoz Stacie Myszewski Shawn Maigle Jami Nasser Phillip Navarro Paula Neff John Neibeck Michael Nelson Regina Nelson Dawnie Nichols Marcus Nidey Kurt Nielson Sharon Nightengale Cynthia Nolet Kimberly Oakes Shannon Oakes Amanda Oase Heidi Obermeier Lori Obermeir Raymond Obolewicz Tiffany Olsen Jodi Orndorf 6 0 Juniors fldmvncmem J - N Rx . 'ff' if ' J 'KK K x 1, 2005 Q sa- K A ... 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'J .4 J ""p .- '37- 1-A 4 Mary Jo Siciliani Samantha Simmons Troy Skipper Newell Slade Melinda Smith Laura Sparenga Melissa St.Germain Kathleen Standifird Shane Stapley Cathy Stephens Chad Stephens Ronald Stone Thomas Straka Shiuli Subaya Brandon Sullivan Steven Swain Paul Swanson Erica Tarin Say cheese . . . These words may be some of the most spoken of Jamie Ecker, a ju- nior whose first year at Gilbert High has been more than photo- genic. She is the one usually found behind the camera at sports events, dances, and most school activities. She took many photog- raphy classes at her old school, Dobson High, ranging from be- ginning to advanced photogra- phy. Jamie has also been hired by private individuals to make port- folios. Jamie would like to make a career out of photography, and the entire yearbook staff knows she can do it! Q 4 ,sg K' f' 2 J UNIORS 6 3 Angelia Tate Allison Taylor Stephen Terstegge Gina Thomas Mark Thomas Jeffrey Thornock James Titsworth David Townsend Ginger Tresler Jason Trisko Lan Truong Linh Truong Karmen Tullos Loni Vancamp Leah Viarengo Rachelle Vidal Jeffrey Waddington Lanelle Waggerby Stephen Wagner Anthony Waltenburg Shawna Wate Jenifer Watkins Ron Wells Shanie Wells Dylan Westbrook Barbara Westrate Sara Wheeler Raymon Whitehurst Diane Wiehl Eric Williams 6 4 Juniors sg .5123-m '-N ff rv 'iv -sr , Nil . A A - 1. J. N ,QM - l X my .., Q S Q' 'USU 1 'Af' . ,,.,--v Sb - . Q - . symirg, . QM M H ,vw-v X ,,,, s A lift R at ,fm i a f.:9-'3 ,K ' in T ,fl-, , .f , . ,v was A . -,,, : 5. Q Q 'J 2 J i " .ii 3 5 7 J: 1 e 'K if 4' Q 5 is 13 lp ..,, NN 1 ,. S N 53 1, J J fx. ' ser 1 .X 135 rf: . Q Ly mx ,ff :fs J, gr e atae R S' K if? XY Su s Q i 3 E I 'K "X f for N ' x 4-4-'X .,.,,qr ,-A an Q-6 ' "1 . Qi 1 if Q Lance ls' Williams e . Suzanne M h Willman '5 ff , .W Cynthia tbh Wiseman ' ei Angelina Xochihua P5 5 h a . . v ! 1 . , f 1 Rf f X . '57 f Steven 4 .Q , .Q', Yazzie I 1. 'W K Janet ,fi g . 4' if Zaborniak if: ., . . e - ' . e fs Michael if , g 2. Zaletel W ' '5 5 7 Stacey 59" ' -, e Zimmerman ... FS TTLQ 1 lg Baker Clark Cooley Dana avder Done na Duran Gaitan Gauna uerrero rd Guthrie el Habib Harrach Ju iors Not Pictured Eric Herron JHeidi Homan Jarvis Lares Paul Larosk James Lindsay Beau Martell Samantha Melton Joseph Murphy Joann Ramirez Angel Rocha Sandra Romeo David Schnepf Jennifer Scott Shannon Sechrist Kimberly Shaver Richard Smith Kelly Sweezy Dallas Thompson Nannette Thorpe Jesus Torres Candy Trinosky Shawna Turnbaugh Vicki VanOrman Terence Vaughn Cami Wells Tracie Wilgus Stacy Wilkerson Charles Williams Moving om tio X .J 'I ,. W' JS 3 as N , Q n X in dm a -:'e sie ha ep f du ,' , . fy I 5 Q' "It's a great idea: and a lot more guys shouldn't be afraid to show what they feel." said Ken Graves. That's exactly what a spir- ited Sean Harrison did when he tried out for cheerleading, overcoming many obstacles. Sean became interested in cheer when he saw college co-ed teams on T.V. and in competition. He wanted to do something different, but he didn't know how the "guys" would react. He did get harassed quite a few times, but his "true" friends were there to sup- port him through is all! At first Sean didn't think that the girls would accept him, but they did whole- heartedly! We were all proud of you Sean! Photographer Jamie Ecker Juniors 6 5 ovin' n Up What is a Raukus? lt's not what it is, it's who is Raukus? Raul-:us is a four member band in which Ray Obolewicz is the lead vocalist. His band started in Decmeber 1985. They have played at Bootlegger and The Mason Jar in Phoenix, they also performed an anti-drug concert at Mesa Amphitheater in December 1986. ln the future he hopes to broaden the musical in- terest of everyone by entering a new dimension of musical sight and sound. He would also like to attend a professional Commercial Design School. , L.. s SWK . X.,..,Wkk Jamie Ball impersonated the Amazing 9 3' if Spider Woman' Ray Obolewicz was all dressed up with no where to go 6 6 Juniors Q me S .f 1 Q ,'l ,J - ,f ,.a' 'xi -- Clay Morrison was intrigued by the game. Juniors Amy Jarvis, Camie Wells and Tracy Woodhouse en- joyed the game. Jason Gonzales pursuaded an unknown friend to buy him lunch. Juniors 6 'I O O Q9 mod, YY? G G ho had the biggest increasing body size of every, man, woman or both? If you thought it was Orson Wells or the fabulous "Mr. Picasso" on MTV, you're way off! With the fast pace of school growth, Sophomores have led the pack. In 1949 there were a mere 29 Sophomores. Thirteen years later there was an increase to 6 5 Sophomores one of the first signs of a rapid growth district At last count there was an astonishing 46 5 Sophomores attending for the final farewell to the old high school It was said that we learn from the past to plan for the future so if the Sophomore segment of the student body keeps swelling as in the past maybe a new er school would have to be built such as Squashmore H1gl'l'P'7 6 8 Sophomores 4 -L ..: f 1 5" 1 if - Q54 ,Qs v-.., f R 'Bw ' 5 ' rc- .L 1:1-, y.f.+g, an -f,,.,,,,knlM . ,X ...M 9 -faq 1 pj, N., i' ' H 5 A v-. -:RWE 6:5-:S Sophomore Jason Creary moved right on down the "student lunch line" . . . in other words, he was a good moocher!! 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J 'igf an 'f Y C27 av- - A4 ..-q, if mt, .1 YJ' Y it S 4 S s 1 .1 1 u . r X A: ' Q0 -,4 Q: I -ya wi 5 3 ' ax. f gd -. S . I , ,. Y , " "+a 5 ' 33 3-3, 9- , '4 ,Q -as t"'x 4- ' -.0 A 1.4 f x , ff' xxx. 1 A .. Q., ' I I. 1. 4 x 4. J ,.x ,xc xx' I i AQ 'Nl' 1 -1 l. 'xi , 4' 'Q -rl W . X. p .X if 5, mg'7' XJ iib he npsni fs s sm 'J' Nea-is Dianna Bernot Darel Blau Michele Bollinger Terry Bonner Diana Booth Tracy Booth Jill Borelli Alfred Bouvier Nicki Braasch Derec Bradshaw Tave Bradshaw Laurel Brady Greg Brandon Richard Brannen Zeke Bricker J oelayne Briggs Kevin Briggs David Brimer "For all you rebels out there, don't be afraid to show your tal- ent," said Dan Brown. You would definitely recognize this charmer if you saw him because of his wild personality, but he will calm down. If you ever get the chance to hear him sing, listen. If you can get him to admit that he sings at all, he'll say he is bad, but ignore him. He's lying. When asked if he wants to take up a career in singing, Dan re- plied, "I guess. I don't really know. I'm a rebel. Just kidding, Mom," he smiled and said. When asked about singing in front of large groups of people, he proudly commented, "I love it." i Sophomores 71 owing to tile finland ob tie CDQQSS Jeff Brines Daniel Brown Jared Brown Kari Brown Kevin Brown Troy Brown Angela Brue Todd Brumit Michael Buksas Melinda Burch Sterling Burke Debra Burrow Philip Camacho Shannon Campbell Patricia Cardon Denise Carnes Lisa Carpenter Rebecca Carpenter Steven Carr Jess Carrasco Nathan Carroll Chris Carson Lorraine Castillo James Cathey Charissa Chafey Julie Chaides Michelle Chandler David Chen Philip Chesley Shawn Christensen '1 2 Sophomores as f ---. J , ' . '. ' i A fi, .X . V .si ..... 3 -is ., , , ,..,.,s5. X .. ov. . - Q. W, 1 r i A - I E133 ' , ' 55513:-f ' 1 ' X 3 x ' .r , - I -I ' K P A f 'X K .aw f K .Q S1 of '- S ag -'f fr me - f f N' ' "" - JJ? fm gx ., - A 4-59' .S -. 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A .- l 5 in 1' sb tw I S ga s 'f i ' K f .1 1 , I i t v'-f " , 'V ' .. V .1 I wk? ig .5 , , ., 6 . . E it 'Q I 'K W Q y f 'Q r jx , .Q 0' 5 n uno uae Q can ng U1n ...n.nunr.. SSS? ,. 'Z hd .ff Regina Cilvik Troy Clare Denny Clark Deborah Clawson Joe Clem Aaron Clement Crystal Clemit Rebecca Cluff Stacy Cluff Debra Coglianese Laura Cole Aaron Combs Brandon Conner Floyd Cook Jeffrey Cook Brett Cooley Benjamin Cooper Sylvia Corona Alyssa Cory Devon Coshow Paul Couts Deanna Cowart Jason Crary Heather Criner Amy Cubel Dana Daley Kim Daniels Mellissa Dasanmartino Tara Davenport Patrick Dawn Sophomores '1 3 I EVER INCREASING What makes Titia Hatch special? Her interests are out of the ordinary, and she has many talents that accompany her glowing personality. When Titia graduates, she plans to go on to EAC and pursue a career in the field of secretarial work. She hopes to attend only 2 years and then find her knight in shining armor to take her away and marry her. Titia would like to move to Australia, because of the green grass and beautiful breeze. She also wants her knight to build her a two-story dream castle. Titia wants to have 6 or 7 kids, and name them in the same fashion that her mother named her and her 8 other brothers and sisters. I wish you all the luck in the world Titia!! fe . . gf S , Q . i 'I 4 Sophomores . S Michelle 1 a I iv . Deason . A .. K KK Milton De K . ' Herrera 1 f K ' N is Lewie De VK K 12 I I Poyster 5 K ' I' N 3 it Mellissa .r . . a o flf Devries f lwi .. Q i'di'ii i, 'i'i , Darren K. J. tE,. t K .QK Dibble Jeff Dieken " i P Y ' fi i if JeI'emY s.Qi Diffenbaugh K I Lori Dipietro of I KK f Chris Dodge I. f o 1 X '- g M . . . L . .7 . K K .44 ' Joe Dodgson i' , Jeff Done I Jamie Dossey .23-' K. X i 'NI' 1 v ,., Sal Beth Downs ..... if 4 N Paul DOWIIS ' is "1 Tim Dugan fl ' I I I 1' of K KK i . 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JY :fee e 4 s w , , -, i f I Gregg Edgar John Egelhoff Kenna Ellsworth Tyler Ellsworth Angel Espinoza Jenifer Evans Lorin Ezell Matt Farley Shane Faulkner Steve Fisher Mark Fleet fly, Yvonne Flores Victor Florie Andrea Floto Summer Ford Peter Forrer Rick Foster Lesley Fraley Jeffrey Funicello Docia Garcia Jeremy Garcia Jennifer Gardner Doug Geiger Mark Geller Steven Gentile Brien Gentry Jason Geymont Monica Gloria Jeannette Godwin Tony Gonzalez C2 LKLDLJK Sophomores 'I 5 Mofwve AHEAD Lisa Goss Melissa Graf Orlando Granado Richard Gray Melissa Grigsby Lisa Guill Daniel Gutierrez Rafael Gutierrez Starl Hall April Hallock Wes Hamman Lori Hammer John Harper Duane Harty Melinda Hastin Shawn Hastings Titia Hatch Brandon Hellman Patrina Hernandez Derrel Higgins Tina Hilbert Jeffrey Hines Jozette Hoffman Dean Holloway Shana Hood Suzanne Hood Jefferson Hooper Gary Hornbeck Nancy Hornbeck Brooke Hoskinson 76 Sophomores , :ff'f':m WW : -Q - . if fi 5 : 9 ' 1 i r --v gil. 1 5 1 Qls . 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K e 4 J L K , xv .,,f 1 xx f I David Hoy Nichol Huckans Casey Hucldart Tami Hulme Kristina Hunsucker Crystal Hunt Taveekul Hunter Cheryl Hunting Peter Hutchinson Brent Incardone Steven Islas Jennifer Jamieson Mary Jenkins Lori Jennings Kwan Jin David Johnston Sherri Johnston J erad Jones Denise Keitelman Clint Kellogg Brian Kennison Shannon Kent Gregory Kerr Glenn 'Knauer Bonnie Knight Nathan Knighton Kimberly Konkel Kerrie Kruizenga Dawn-Cherie Kruse Robert LaFavre Sophomores 7 Y Tracey Lambie Stacy Lane Monica La Rosk Beth Larson Patrick Lavoie Derek Leggett Marc Lemaire Kristi Lenards Chris Lesco Todd Lesco Mark Lester Becky Lewis Jamie Lewis Sarahio Lieurance Joe Lines Chris Lloyd Erin Long Miguel Lopez Craig Lovell Nicole Lowe Cheryl Maddock Kim Maris Margaret Marquez Heather Martell Kandi Martin Cindy Martinez David Martinez Monica Martinez Stella Martinez Jerry Masterson '18 Sophomores .. ,.. -y .. 'x e . ,,v"Ri' 'x :S- '. 1-Q47 y neu? X J' if en.. 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Jamie Ecker J eri-Ann Maynard Kiresten McCabe Candace McDaniel Tonya McGee Troy McCracken Chris McCloud Jeff McLean Kelly McLane Kim Mecklenburg Heidi Meder Scot Mente Rigo Mesa Christine Meyer Kirsten Meyer Maria Micciche Michelle Miller Kaley Mills Katie Mills i I think the new high school is going to be cool, but I still feel the freshmen should go to the junior high," Sophomore Karrie Krui- zenga was quoted saying. With a very busy schedule, be- sides school, Karrie was involved in J.V. Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, and still found enough time to herself. "On weekends I like to go out with my friends and have a good time . . . all the time!" After high school Karrie sees herself and best friend, Heidi Meder, cruzing all over in her very much wanted red Chevy 4x4, amping out to such favorites as Pink Floyd and Led Zepplin. Kar- rie also wants to become a Chemi- cal Engineer, get married but not have kids . . . at least for awhile! if xy ' . f ,,.- C s, , .stsys "l Sophomores 79 Q Tricia Moeding Maurice Moody Bobbie Moore Rebecca Morey Steven Morgan Heather Moyer Heidi Moyer Christine Mungia Sarah Munoz Julie Murray Karma Neukirch Charles Newberry Branden Nichols Lisa Nielson Brian Normington David Noyes Marc Odell Amy Origer Sam Orr Aimee Packard Dean Packer Brian Page Dave Palmer Krista Park Michelle Parker Kathy Parry Cynthia Patterson Stephanie Payne Melissa Pennell Ann Pennington 8 0 Sophomores jlfexf M ' A 'f f 'A X P M. I Pm R M RQ ., EWS X all ,Q X W QMS? L 1' MW '21 45. .lg , me fr " ir. . ' fi. 4 ' ' f --,,.. ' M5 P X it N JN S L-L: 5 1 K img ...,,.g . i i'-' f , i ' : V. A5 A S in and K' ' fs 'FE .fi I . N C J 53 N ,N 2 wg w-3-X e w ' ' u"ff-- : sssfesglf Q: Q ' six: y ...M R ':'e , L L . i - km . 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'CW-wa wie A47 -:mmf ,lf fr, L'-Q -A "fir 'Q 'I' Y ul ' Dina Peralta Joseph Perone Annette Perry Joseph Perry Austin Pettigrew Lisa Pico Nathan Poe Michael Plfus Leslie Pool April Porter Brent Pospisil Amberly Potter Derek Preston Andrea Puntz Stephanie Procopio Troy Puyear Joel Quetschenbach Heidi Ouinones Esmeralda Ramirez David Rawcliffe Brad Ray Tracy Reed Denise Revering John Richards Jennifer Riggs Chris Roberts Dana Roblee Jennifer Rochique Geri Rodriquez Nataani Rogers Sophomores 8 1 Moving Onward "It's hard being a sophomore, because you're too young to do some things and too old to do oth- ers," remarked Viki Bates, who was a l 5 year-old sophomore. Viki, spent most of her free time at- tending football games or watch- ing guys. Viki, also enjoyed spend- f Kim Row Cynthia Rozzen Bernaive Ruiz ' if '33, if an 3175, ...... -25 . S, p K . . Q, Q .X P ' ? Sf ft W X f sy . ,L S 1 ask 2 4--an . . . . Eric Russell S A or o 1ng time with her best friend Su- , eair s ' J ustin ,, sette Cluff, who was rarely ever ft M . ., Russell N- away from her. Some of V1k1 s fa- . . Todd Russell ,J fe vorites were pizza and Modern Q' music. Viki considered herself a E V3 typical sophomore. X p 4 . fi V fx, JAN V A S I X .if ' - . if Alex ' R 1 i fbi y Ruvalcaba ' i'iiii , Brett Ryan ' .K x J ,, Clint ...skis W p .rr 5' t iw' Sanborn S. 'W s 9 . 4 by ,,, A . -. libs- A X f Dan Schlink Paul Schmidt , sfs's e p ' I V S 11. , 1 -x Q gg . K 1 g , ..,k Vgir. S K Q . ,o.. .M .fyly 1 "" 'V ff '15 'Z f . f 1 ff- . X ' l ' i e i 'Z fi.. t I Q' f i r S Th Yi "You caught me red handed." Said Viki Bates' Q A- , N ,Z Mark Schultz :Sb W S 'L Robyn Scoles fe-3 Mike Serrano . 1 H'- Q ' p E Q L I , E ,. .A . A 5-ssh Q' ' 1 Teil Sharp Scott Shepard p.. J .X I 1 lki' . 1. ' ' . , 5 VQQ- I , . .5 Steve f Q r 2 ,.- ,s A .K , ww. i K I . 'X , S 1 X -,..1"' 'NNN k RA' xfwr' 82 Sophomores X -K " .Q i xi it X . 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V E if A as : Darla Sheppard Shanna Sherman Daniel Shield Norma Shreve Stacy Sipple Dana Smith Lori Smith Shawn Sparks Evi Springfield Tracy Standage Tina Starr Leanne Stauffer Casey Stechnis Ryan Stelter Cari Stevens Donna Stinnett Angela Stomefield Jennifer Stormo Laura Stradling Carrie Striharsky Eduardo Suarez Brian Swain Darrell Swinford Tara Swinford Bobbie Tagg Melissa Tanner Becky Tarin Andrea Tavormina Paula Teague Mike Thornock Sophomores 8 3 Aaron Thompson David Thorpe Mitzi Thude Kimberly Thune Kasson Tidwell Scott Tilley Joseph Tomasic Jeany Townsend Rebecca Trombley Rudy Trujillo Aaron Turnbaugh Kimberly Unles Kelley Vaillancourt Arlene Valentin Caroline Valenzuela Michael Valles Andrea Vandevoorde Jill Vandevoorde Jennifer Vandeneykel Peter Valasquez Peggy Wagner Justin Waite Amber Walker Dawn Webb David Webster Bonnie Welch Marlee Wertin Stephanie Wheeler Jody White Shawn Whitmer 8 4 Sophomores odbye Qld . . . Hello New fi X . .'dw.f,,..-Q. 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H Maryann T X Wolverton . 6 g .shr Yun Won X 1 fl i t 1 : ., Deann E gy qwgifglgi ' Woolsey ' W Kelly Wrobel ll en in A Todd Young Santiago Zarate Q . 5 f ""' .-1' Os his ' x I , X. X Sophomores not pictured Michael Thornock Alicia Tompkins Anthony Vest Michele Whiting 1 Elisabeth David Wilson Townsend Terrilee Winard Chrisitine Vacca Angelicia Valenzuela Fl 4 C A Y 1 Q., in .t fix EX E I xp 5 e L N X Modeling Away If you haven't al- ready guessed . . . yes, this gorgeous guy is a model! He had taken up modeling at age l Y in 1986. He was only in it for a short time but, intended to make a future out of it. He said he enjoyed it alot. Working two-three hours in a row didn't bother this ambitious young male. Arthur Douglas was an outgoing and very friendly sophomore. The Sophomores that stand ou Being at the bottom of the to- tem pole wasn't always easy. "It's twice as hard to get people to notice you," said Sophomore Viki Bates. Waiting two years just to be no- ticed seemed to be almost too much to ask, but not all Sopho- mores were "invisible". Sopho- mores remembered that they were the future upper classmen and knew that their time would come. Sophomore Kaley Mills looking her best at cheer tryouts. Jammin in history are sophomores Jeff Hallaway. Michelle Whitting and Viki Bates sophomores on there way to the game in Gerard. A not so suprising look from sophomore David Rawcliffe after lunch. 8 6 Sophomores NR A Q5-or . at iw. a Q g :mi - ,f ' vf 7' ' fiffwx lf -'E Q . ,i+4smQev's+s -1-'ww-ss Q. M. .5 ,MQ-Aiaggn.-gms iw lg. r 5' 4 5 its , we 'Y if-. LN., f.. Ov 5 L , 5' an 5l -X L-, ' Nw t is 4 A V y . mv?-2. - J c ' L4 gl? sf . ,iwbjw 'ff M 1 ' e -Q 'A' ,S M , if I- ,Ma W T A if ff 1 I fbg' Ex 1 Wi i , . 5 Vf N ,4 ..,., Lk '+A my f 4 W wk - K 1 Sophomores Jeff Brines exchanging an- swers from a test. Hey History isn't so boring with my walk- man says J eff Hallaway. Sterling Burke, sophomore. contemplat- ing life in Science. Sophomores 8 Y Teachers: Chh, so much class. French fries and gravy doesn't sound too ap- pealing, does it, but when Trish Euen was in high school, that was one of her favorite foods! I'ts hard to imagine your business teacher wildly cruising. Euen admits that she was screaming and yelling out of car windows back then, just like some teenagers do today. Being a typical out- doorsy type of person, Mrs. Euen enjoys skiing, rulnning, swimming and gardening. She has also flown a small air- plane and gotten hope- lessly lost in the desert. When asked her opin- ion of the the 1986-87 students, she said, "Most of them are fun people once you get to know them." She IS annoyed by stu- dents who don't pick up after themselves and by students who give crazy, wild excuses she knows couldn't possibly be true, though. Even though she has only taught at G.H.S. for a year, Euen said she'd miss this campus' "rus- tic" atmosphere next year when she moves to the Elliott Rd. Campus. Mrs. Euen is one of the "newcomers" to the schools, but she is definitely aready well known. 8 8 Staff Qc ,.. I A f if X . ec' ' .39 . K - is ., X X 2- f?SY'a 5 ' is .lk 5 4 ' 'iff' I NI .Q 1,-ee - Q A - ., ' , 'LISA' if c , , .. I M , ' , ' AX as 3 N. E ,L I Q i W- ,I .. K ,Ik x Q k i a n-.. , MA. is . ,i . X 1 ' 'N l 7 A. xy' x . R Q' - 'ff-. .,.. I. .K .. ... K . 1 Xi 'Qs 4' A 1 QA- . I Q wp y - S 'W 4 .fees . Q. V X K . . 11 xg-, v 5 N.. Z Steve Abaroa Bitter Ruben Wayne Balls Darlene Boggess Carrizoza Brad Bates Earl Becker Tom Beebe Jim Chavez Steve Cole Bob Covington Dave Davis Gretchen Boyer Peggy Busler Lisa Byrne 'hx ,b ., ,513 Rah , . 1 ..V, 1 x m Q ,ix , N: I E 5 Y N Q -N X , S H . I Sl-Q' N '. 5- K x I X ' 21,11 Ii -5 .--- fs Q . 12 55 S h x w i vff . ,X I . Q is if Dean Dees Dole Dudley Dunn ,A Pam Duty Cindy Edgmon Bob Everett Keith Field Mary Frishman Gilbert High was very sorry to have to say goodbye to one of its teachers only weeks after school began. Mrs. Gretchen Boyer, an art teacher for seven years at G.H.S., left here at the end of Octo- ber to work for the State Depart- ment of Education in Art Curricu- lum Development. She had spent much time developing art cur- riculum for kindergarten through 12th grades in Gilbert. Boyer was highly thought of and respected by fellow teachers and students. "We'll miss her," said Tina Reh, and Monique Grimmett, Art Club President agreed. "We shouldn't have to change teachers in the middle of the year," she contin- ued. "It's too hard!" Mrs. Boyer agreed that it was a real change to drive into down- town Phoenix. The first day it took an hour and twenty minutes!! She also thought it was quite a change not to be supervising 120 stu- dents all day. Instead, she is writ- ing curriculum and visiting var- ious schools. She commented that it was alot quieter there!! All of us who knew you, miss you very much. G.B.!! Staff Mr. Lillard Cruising Central' if ' , 'fi' fn ' , ,gm ' M ff? A 1 , Q Wylr VV V,, '- My ' f f , " .',. .,V , . I h X, 1 i i it ' 4 4' r I ' l tt tt y W fl , L y Q 4 v it ' V ' AVV' 8 ii v , f e e . . Mr. Morton thought, "And you're a Senior?" Mr. Lillard wiped the sweat off after a job around Fountain Hills. Mr. Hornbeck came to the Art room to smile for the camera one more time!! You bet he cruised Central when he was in high school. Mr. Lillard is a man of many talents and in- terests. He loves to watch the Olympics, baseball and football, but of course, his very favorite thing to do is to run. He is the Boys Cross Country team's coach. Not only is Mr. Lillard a sports- man, he is as we Seniors well know, an Economics teacher and has been teaching at Gilbert High School for twelve years. He decided to teach economics because he 90 likes it. He believes that the prob- lem with the U.S. economy is the deficit. W When asked what he likes most about the Senior Class of l 9 8 'Z he replied, "They are all very social, and there are no real mean kids." Well, let's hear it for Mr. Lillard! He likes us. ' Thank you, Mr. Lillard, for your patience and your firmness. With- out you our school wouldn't be complete. ,ry ik lxf vm A MIN 1. , Q5 5 I e s ,.,,,,-., 3 . , H XX,:W . KN . S fry: V ffl 5 ' 'I 1 if I ' ' ' 5' . - - l x E: ' Q "pe" K - T. 1 K K X r 1 H C 1 . -r S ' P - ,od s Q 1 . --K 7 ,,.. A A L-Q f"Q"'a , si, w , " Wax I S N' K 4, ,N x K nw A' Q' Q gl 'L' Na "' S' ' ' '-S he -6,471 t ,VLV .' A?-' " """'fsu 215712-W' 5-iffaflfirafiqx K ""'g.i 11" P vi.: V - - X 3 no i K KLEA if all y qu, fx" 'I do 2 S- if X f 1 Az' 3 A f '- .z.-. N uc WN 'T -4 r ,ff F 5' 5' f P Q . w. Q -. e K .. x ' ' .2 X ,, 1 1 I 5' ' I A ft P P f 4 5 x Q Zi 1 eee-,,,.. x.. S t .. X, l . to S. A i P , X P. K. , T. 1 - -b": ir L, , t ,. .- 2 R- Q S 'Y-'Y' 1 N, - -R I . g A X . X 4 ,' 2 lm 1 X jf, g'1i'yw- " ffffgeffa. 5 I 5 5 F , . 5:54-is x .. Q f ' y L A . M . 4 an ee . Q fe' 5 i hx ' nd' 1 " ,hx ' Aa A R' A A 3 if ' 9 A .jf'4 - to " N' w - - 1 K' , D 'Niki' . W f s, ' Rx Q . 'X ent Gierke Margaret Harris Sharon Kiselyk Sandie Sharon Orr aron Gierke Phil Hatler Loraine Lerma McCammon e Granio ark ggisbert ish Euen Melodee Jones Ray Nelson A A We-f 1 uf Av X Jim Paster Carolyn Mary Sverdrup Sandy McKeon Christy Potter Hawkins Terry Maher Terry Meyer Pete Romanosl-11 Betty Hiett Dave Marthaler Gary Middleton Rena Salvidge , I ,LAK ,f.f X X J Cjxf ,rf 1 , ' ,K Jw' Qs..- A Qi -fx Up Up with Teachers n eachers get put - - down a lot, in movies and on T.V. but, hey teachers are people too. Just ask any mem- ber of the faculty. We've all done something crude and rude to our teachers, but not as bad as the year 1949 when the students hung their Biology teacher out the second story window, in the old high school building by his feet. The poor teacher retired shortly after that. There are some tachers that have been here since there ever was a high school, Qhike Mr. Simkins, Everett, or 5 ,rj ' .4 if - While eating lunch Mr. Paster smiles pretty for the camera. Savage?D Can you even imagine going to this school and then coming back to teach? Well some teachers have done just that. They probably even taught our parents for all we know! Through these years we've grown to love every one of them. fAnd thanks for all the things you've done for us.l So unless you get to know one of your teach- ers and find out the an- swers to these questions yourself, don't put teachers down, they're only human. CAnd some- times they're pretty cool.j!! X. A F Q Sue Smith, a true tiger- fan looks absolutely gorgeous in black and gold. Mrs. Sax kids? Mr. Thiele-proud to be a 9 2 Do you see that smile, it m fix 11y tterthwaite ll Savage ta Scholz atthew huldt n Stone fi sf AW-4 ,-o ,Nl V4 hd .4-44 John Thiele Marty Vogt Mary Warren Lisa Welsh Matthew Wheeler , , .f N :. v Q. i is-v xf L Q il . ? . Floy VanLuven ., for 'A '-74' K f ' ,'.k fl -P1 ' 1 I 4 M ' A s F E t - Q -, fy 9 i All If . X, AW ,HQ 4 Q 'i lg 5, , , S, , c 1 . l le , if f L ix , F i W " I 1 at ik' Q f. V ,.-,, .W . - 'A kyhx l fl v SJ .L I I 5 1 I 'v Q ' K my I N if .1 ' A, xx ,K ., A, , ,ia W , l I -5" ' - I. , - gp. i I f t , .. A Q I ' ,pi n '9xf"1. ' as -ka 1 at V - Q, U X .jg hx., A X. Q ff z Q t-,Sie f :Sis 3 "" , 'N is ' N -f f sg. gii-Q1H "'F'Q, 'fi ' ! may 'ff Y fs like? f Mr. Simkins, yes, that man who teaches history, has been doing just that since 1965. He works hard at teaching and though history is usu- ally complicated, Mr. Simkins has made it much easier to understand. Mr. Simkins was writing a book about the Salt River Valley, and it's something for all of us to be proud of. He also got his Doctorate last year. He said he'll miss this campus, when thinking of the new one on Elliott Road, because he won't be able to walk to and from school. Modernizing Times GROWING WITH CHANGES Education is a complex word. Many people have many differ- ent definitions of "education." It can be defined as "the learn- ing you receive in school," "the learning you receive outside of the classroom," or even "the learning received from growing up with the society." Long ago, education was thought of as something only few people could obtain. When times were hard and school staffs were minimal, those peo- ple which were able to receive an education, were thought to be fortunate. Now-a-days, education is easier to obtain but is thought of with less desire. Many kids grow up with their parents re- minding them time and time again just how important an education is and how hard it use to be in the "old days." Kids, teenagers in general, get bored with the homework, rules, and bells easily because they have always had to deal with them. They never knew what it was like to have to work to help out the family's financial problems instead of going to school, doing homework, and going out with friends. Teenagers seem to think that the way life is now is a lot tougher than the way it used to be. Times have changed, but things have also gotten a lot easier. An education is some- thing that is earned, not some- thing that is given. Education is also more accessible now, but is also more demanding because to achieve any success, determi- nation is needed. Aff? ,ig ss. Q XXX fs. jx fi fx" J ufid A? A 1 Travis Cooley showed Mrs. Edgmon the technique of computers while she looks away, bored. A surprised Mr. Thiele tried desperately to avoid his picture taking. Mr. Loyden stopped to say, "Sure I'11 pose." Mr. Chavez tried to think of something else to say before the bell rang, but cou1dn'tlI Mr. Becker grinned evilly when he thought of all the kids locked up in room E-4. 95 VU? is V I' 'Y ,- .P 'M B 'Q ,gf -ik fi- fjigf Wi. 9 6 Actwxtxes '1- ee QS 0'5" fs QQ hat k1nd of school sp1r1t d1d stu dents show 1n the 50 s? G1T1S wore dresses every day They d1dn t have dress up days dur1ng Sp1r1t Week they had dress down days rem1n1sced Bob Everett There were days such as Western Day and pants day to g1ve the g1rls a break Everett added K1dS today dress up 1nstead of down We wore pants almost every day so we took a day out to wear n1cer clothes to gether Halloween wasn t celebrated 1n the 50 s as lt was 1n 1986 w1th cos tumes and haunted houses and ne1ther were the1r Toga Days , 5':2il.x 06' ,es-4...--an The vmagician fLye11 Robensonj holding his Halloween rabbit fPatie Smith, captive. 21? fV'- Activities 9 7 Updating N.H.S. National Honor Society had 43 members at the Gilbert Chapter. How did students go about being in N.H.S? Membership was based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The special night for the induc- tion was held on October 28, in the high school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Anthony Campos, president of N.H.S., opened services with a warm N I First Row: Mary Jo Siciliani, Cindi Gledhill, John Cuprak, Crissie Phelps, Jeff Thornofck, Marlo Mannies, Samantha Lansdell, James Bona, Jeanna Gledhill, Lisa Samaniego, John Niebich, Lillian Casey, Second Row: Tara Hicken, Shantell Hicken, Secorra Luse, Edward Valentine, Quinn Carroll, Merielle Moore, Kayla Sharp, Audrey Dillion, Lisa Fraley, Michelle McDermott, Trish Sauerburn, Michelle Prichard, Nathan Majean Third Row: Larry Fish, Larry Simkins Kris Jackson, Shyrl Finn, Lynn Hancock, Shellie Hammon, Terry Page, Kris Palmer, Angie Xochihua, David Peterson Fourth Row: Amy Hayward, Trudy Lemon, Kimberely Pospisil, Alexander Chaides, Barry Brown, Larry Ray, Ellen Banks, Trina Guelich, Brett Lieurance, Anthony Campos, Sue Smith, Advisor welcome to Lynn Hancock, Dr. Riley, and Dr. Delecki, with various society officers discussing scholarship, lead- ership, service, and character. A reception was held in the library for the new members and their fam- ilies following the services. We shouldn't forget Mrs. SueLyn Smith, Advisor of N.H.S., who put together a very smooth ceremony. 5 4 V.-., A I., 8 xii V Fifth Row: Troy Culiver, Melinda Smith, Billy Blandin, Michelle Mauter, Mike Howell, Paul Swanson, Elyssa Dahl, Allison Taylor, Kief Hough, Ryan Schimdt 98 National Honor Society A complete view of the N.H.S. induction ceremony, as President, Anthony Campos, lights the first candle. Congratulations to you too, John QNiebichj! 5 5 x Marlo Mannies, Michelle Mauter, Shannon Oakes, and Lori Obermeir, wait anxiously to recieve their certififcates of high achievement. It will be alright Lisa Qlrraleyl. comforted Larry Simkins, and Dr. Riley. -vf -l9',,.xfg , . 3 5 i s i 1 54 ,.. 4 What could Anthony Campos, and Sue Smith be grinning at? Angie Xochihua was one of the many proud N.H.S. inductees! Congratulations! National Honor Society 99 Althouse, "What do all these numbers Row L to R: Luanne Groves, Al Spangler, Mark Henerson, Chris Williams. Keith Pollard, Brad Wise, Micheal Montano, Sam Dana Bottomg Deanna Cowart, Cathy Gauna, John Blout, Paul Tafoya, Julie Bates, Tracy Warner, Veronica Guerrero iii, :wg 1- 'mmm x . N.. ,,A "Who wrote this book anyway?" Deanna Cowart, "This book is making me tired." - X X 101 x 5 ,kq:f3,.L, , .. X . -"' Y 'gk ,A G Q i n g C r Vvillman What day is this? Busier than bees the Student Council was there to please. With Gregg Edgar as their Sophomore President, they made a float that was presented in Gilbert Days, which turned out quite well. The Junior President Jami Ball and her group worked well on activi- ties and pleased their class. And Chandra Nielson, who was Senior President, worked very hard in or- ganizing the arrangements for the prom, which was definitely a success, along with the blood drive which was also a success, having 1 2 0 people as their goal, and 83 of them actually giving. "Oh my gosh, I think we might we might like this school," P e fu J ' 3 ' Q 1 'L .fS:'S+ V' M. R I K. I Senior, Lisa Carroll: "I think Fm going to regret this." 10 2 Student Council First Row: Laurel Brady, Sheri Hastings Jami Dossey Heather Barcon Secon Loraine Lerma, Mireille Moore, Donna Bishop Traci Siciliam Chandra Nielson Hickens, Jami Ball, Pam Anderson Third Row David Peterson Kared Wook Mic Howell, Kimberely Pospisil, Shawnah Gillespie Leah Viarengo Gregg Edgar Suzy IRB!! S. ' 5 :-. N - 'X wa s ,L wmv, ti Q x. . sf Wood, President of Student Council standing between Dr. Riley and guest speaker Dr. Voie Coy who presented Dr. Riley with an OI' being the overall best high school. Student Couneil 103 ' n t ' n g t h e W O Did you Know you didn't HGVQ to S draw well or be an artist to be in the Art Club? It had a 1ot,,more to offer, like window painting at Christmas time and the National Art Honor Society, two important parts of the club. "The Art Club helps develop re- spect for artists no matter how good or bad they may be," Scott Hansen commented. "After having RLD painted Christmas windows in-the rain, believe me I have a greater re- spect for window painters." Monique Grimmett, president of the Art Club, although frustrated with Basha's manager, was still en- thusiastic about window painting and the club in general. Roxie Melick and Mitch Deiter- ing painted the San Tan Credit of- fice, Steve Terstegge, Scott Hansen, l1rr 'T , , Scott Hansen. Senior, starting at the caoose. Art Club members. L to R, Mrs. McCamrnon- Sponsor, Mitch Deitering. Scott Hansen, Monique Grimmett, Roxie Melick. RT CLUB worked and reworked Bashas. We also painted Seminary, Super Auto, Dennis's Garage, and Gilbert Phar- macy! "It was an ambitious season for our small, but active club," con- cluded Mrs. McCammon, Sponsor. 3 Monique Grimmitt. Senior, amused at her work 1 3 L P Q ,ti 1 ' 1 , , . . t M fb" f 'QQJQWV ihirffnfgi .pf ,Aft I ,ii , J 4 Q -. ,, yi ,wi ' Qi, 1,3 . 3 1 4 wi, 'vw L f Scott Hansen, Senior. deep concentration. Monique Grimmitt trying to get the full effect. Q..-2 11141K W I I agffffgi saggy III ART CL Band: State and Beyond Band is not just a group of peo- ple and instruments. It takes a lot of hard work, practice and sweat. And it shows!! The band has taken state and won all sorts of trophies on their trip to California. We have the only band that ev- eryone loves. "Why not? We are the best in the state," said Junior Tom Hicks. But we must keep ourselves humble. It's not only the musical- ly talented, well skilled, and great- ly trained musicians, it's the man who made them work, sweat, and practically killed young marchers p of heat stroke. You did a fine job SSH... ..,,WM Mr. Hatler!!! What does the band look at during football games? D. Serpa, H. Bell, L. Casy, M. Mannies, J. Shaw, D. Coglianese, S. Meade, M. Stgermai, J. Cordon. E. Maldonado, B. Bieleieldt, S. Martin, N. Rogers, K. Maughan. S. Sipple, C. Phelps, S. Daniels. M. Miller, K. Anglin. L. Zawicki, Y. Won. D. Gring, S. Godac, B, Cooper. J. Wheeler, K. Blau, M. Durrance, D. Webster, T. Lesco,l.w.Willlan1s, B. Lieurance, N. Hatler, S. Wagner, T. Cubal, M. Blackmore, K. Oakes, S. Melton. C. Nole, S, Johnson, K. Flake. M. Mauter, W. Kellis, B. Page, M. Lsmaire, D. Blau, M. Moeding. T. Allen, A. Compos, S. Reading, R. Lavoie, M. Thornoc, N. Carroll, T. Dun-ance, J. Hinkle. D. Cooly, G. Tresler, T. Buell. B. Burring- ton, R. Hann, H. Bennett, D. Serpa. K. Anderson, G. Adams, J. Russell, S. Oakes, K. Meyer. K. Huston, H. Martell, M. Jenkins. K. Perry, J. Vandervore, 5. Whitmer, D. Johnston. S. Sherman, K. Dillard, J. Nasser, A. Bas-terwood, K. Patterson, S. Whitmer, B. Oakes, M. Houtz, A. Chihua, S. Lieurance, M. Hastin, R. Oxford, M. Elkin, T. Hicks, G. Smith, G. Edgar. J. Packard, B. Ray, D. Pacher, K. Uhall, J. Bill. C. Strlnharsky, L. Downs, J. Jayne, C. Syville, D. Shepherd, J. Cuprak, R. Cilvik, K. Konkle, C. Wells, C. McDermot, N. Brasch. M. DanSanMartio, M. Martinez, L. Coglaninese, M. Smith, J. Ford, M. Pritchard, A. Packard, K. Tullos, L. Carroll, Yunwon. K. Vega, K. Arrington, C. Carpenter. L. Beck, B. Sharp, M. Rivas. J. Guedhill. Band . 'f' . -h , , .'- - 'V' ' 4,45 Qefjw P'-i.D"""" YU? Neil Hatler, Blowin' hard at Rember guys whatever happens SI! Jimmy Jayne gives a salute to the State C h a rn p s . What a guy. Junior Randy Hann praying that he won't drop his rifle. Junior Tom Hicks and Sophomore Greg Edger, taking a break from practice. Smile cute Tom. Ban 10 8 FBLA . . . FBLA: Cff and Rolling For only being in its second year of existance at Gilbert High School, the Future Business Lead- ers of America club was off to a good start. And what exactly did this club do? Well for starters, FBLA taught and prepared students for the business world and how to be re- sponsible. Those were all impor- tant things to know after gradu- ation. But, did you have to be an intel- lectual whiz kid or a computer brain to get involved with this club? The answer to that question is no! All you had to do was get involved in some type of business class. generations for the difficult cha lenges they will be expected t face, but in a fun way. For exa FBLA prepares all of the futur 1 rn ple, FBLA went on a trip to Cali fornia to compete with other s dents in business skills. -.--WM-NQQQ. NNN 'iiffifiidifif ..d. . 1. s? s - . Tonya Buel concentrates on her future wardrobe in- stead of FBLA. Working hard on the computer, Cathy Stephens is a little confused. Danelle Dalton works intensely to add to the com- puter world. Debbie Holden thinks that FBLA is a breeze after yearbook. und, Mr. Covington, Lisa Fox. Lynn Coglianese. Sharon Nightengale, Lorin itonefield. Joyce Delgado, Rabi Mclntire, Randy Farren. Kari Patterson. V V , , , , , K ,,,,, , ,,,,v vm,-,, , Wm un, , ,-, ,,,, , , ,,,, ,, ,,,,, , , ,,,,,,, Denise Revenng, Kathy Hernandez. Chad Stephens. Grant Smith. I-yell n, Amy Hayward, Kathy Flores, April Butler, Rai Ann Larson, Tracy Reed. FBLA 109 Ile ITIOTG Under the direction of the leg- endary Rita Scholz, the Concert and Jazz Choirs wrapped up an- other successful music year. The Concert Choir had grown to 52 members, up 17 members from 1986, while the Jazz Choir num- ber l'1 with a performances vol- ume that made you believe there were many more. Singing during Christmas at elementary schools in the community was in addition to school assembly and evening performances, always of the high- est quality. There is no doubt about our pro- fessional entertainment image, and the standard of Gilbert excel- lence continued. time 4 X g 1 lx ly 0 Q'-A., l ,Z ' 0 , ' ' In W' E Lfz ,, W ?93l",,g I iv. , 7' W 1, - ws, Q, ,, ,. y 6 agz, ,ff , M yyty M J if q .. fx 1 ' z',sJ -7 WA, fi., , v. ' xr QM w ,f., " ' 1: PM 5,1 ' ..w - 'A' 'W- hy 3- , " t ' I ,wt l isa, .1771 A ., 1 N , J. W, .3 3 J: J .1-uf: i ., " -- W it i e i C - "":4'-ff ,f V- Ei . 3332" , 'wx 1, C" '- 'iv' C '. 4' 75' , TQ 55 'Q ,. - Q., 12? Y' ' hun. , , , 1 L 4. .W .. ,no 5 ti' ii -'95-' S. . ,V , . .F 4445 'ia qv ,K Eff A , ,Q ti 9 JJ gk 'VK If ff! M1 Tina Hilbert, Ann Wolverton, Janet Herndon, Becci Jenkins, Anastaci Pero, Laura Zawicki, Rhonda Jenkins, Heather Bell, Kirsten McCabe, Sonya Bible, Titia Hatch. Row 2:Shiu1iSubaya,Jami-Rae Nasser, Becky Trombley, Shannon Oakes, Kim Oakes, Chayla Florie, Trish Cardon, Missy Guthmiller, Row 39 Alicia Tompkins, Shamaine Hatch, Stacy Zimmerman, Nina Merrell, Ken Graves, Todd Palmer, Sean Harrison, Teri Basha, Lorin Ezell, Rebecca Cluff, Row 45 Dawn Wisdom, Brenda Lee, Fran Gall, Laura Stradling, Trisha Moeding, Bobby Basha, Kent Huston, Dwight Bradshaw, Bob- by Barrios, Tammy Hadlock, Chandra Riggs, Kerrie Heward, Director: Rita Scholz. fl - - - 'LLYQF3 lst Row: Sonja Bible, J ami-Rae Nasser, Kathy Anglin, Shamaine Hatch, Znd Row: Fran Gall, Dawn Wisdom, Tammy Hadlock, Jamie Wheeler, Nina Mer- rell, Teri Basha, Becci Jenkins, Ellen Banks, 3rd Row: Lance Williams, Bobby Barrios, 4th Row: Kerwin Blau, Dwight Bradshaw, Ken Graves. Musical genius Rita Scholz, gives a few pointers to the choir's accompianist Diana Hadlock. "With a friend like you, how could anything go wrong?", sings Dwight Bradshaw to Shamaine Hatch. Kent and Ms. Scholz discussing the possibility of him receiving an HA". "I feel Pretty, Oh so pretty," exclaimed Chandra Riggs. "Please Fran, sing it just one more time," shouted Kathy Anglin. J ' J 1 Choir 111 ' x WM QI: A V wi. ' Q iff: wi Q A . X -SMX RSS Q - X .W X. 1, I S s Q. E , K .. 9 S X SN kj . ,Q Q3-134 X fx L 1 gil wassz H X S .L X, x . Not Gourmets But we inet every Friday morn- ing for breakfast. "It's great to have a group that can meet once a week just to have breakfast and talk. It's hard though, trying to be there at 7:00 a.m. every Friday morning," commented Junior, Sean Harrison, President of C.I.A. "It's a great opportunity for stu- dents to be identified as a group, individually giving them opportu- nities to serve, bridging the gap between what one says and what one does," commented Christian Seminary teacher morning guest Worth- ington. , .f "They come in, warm up, relax and start the day with the support of other Christian students. The atmosphere is casual, comfortable and is the best way to start a Fri- day, I could think of . . . except maybe not having to be here quite so early," added Mrs. Sandie McCammon, Christians In Action Sponsor. To Will Ray, Friday means a free break- fast and no school the next day! President Sean is speechless when it comes to doughnuts and CIA friends. Michelle Prichard feels free to talk with her mouth full on Friday mornings. Laughing with friends, Mary Jenkins begins her day in good spirits. Top: Mrs. Sandie McCammon, Sponsor, Larry Fish, Brian Mobley, Sean Harri- son, President, Ken Graves, Todd Palm- er, Jim Bob Worthington, Josh Daniel, Middle: Heather Bell, Ginger Tresler, Rick Morrell, Jamie Ecker, Michelle Prichard, Anna Leitch, Bottom: Deanna Dunham, Melissa Guthmiller, Becky Trombley, Dee Ray and Patricia Her- nandez CIA 113 X I l. It's bad enough we have to exercise, but to have to watchl? A11 at I k f' xi: ll 5,65 Q 5 ffm V x 1 'A' -...jf Gettin' into the groove! Audition, n: A trial performance to appraise an entertainers mer- its. Auditions set dance club apart from any other club, because all members must try out to belong. -at " sun 3' .gg-tiff ' . They need the approval of Mr Gierke, after their audition to b the elite performers of dance. Th girls dance in three concerts 4 year: Fall, Christmas and Spring doing a little of Jazz, Ballet an: Modern dance. In their fourth year with Mr Gierke, they performed with Mis Dean's theater students in "The ater of the Absurd" in the Fall. "I enjoy them very much," add ed Mrs. Gierke. e "B" ' 3 ' H 1. ' 4 ... .-,T Q 'Q ,gh 1' v aa , :LW t' W " '--M-as-A .,,,,.9 if O f i mir Z. Top Row: Donna Manclarino, Regina Welson, X Shania Rushing, Carolee Dunlap, Heather Pawloski, Tanya Robards, Znd Row: Shani Sparks, Kathy Hernandez, Lisa Carroll, Stephanie Ayala, Cyndi Stevens, 3rd Row: Stacey Stephenson, Kayla Sharp, Dee Ray, Shellie Hamman, Mrs. Gierke, Kit Tullos, Chandra Nielson, Geri Rowe, Shanna Cluff, 4th Row: Anna Ruiz, Cris Naderer, Sivi Creek, Jessica Ford 1 14 Dance f 'W ki sd , SM 5 . ,f asf ,I . if 3. What a warm up! 4. Aren't they great dancers 5. Stephanie Ayala, Kathy Hernandez, Chandra Nielson and Dee Ray 1 - i pulling together. X ' U dun ,fn -3' .15 I me-zc..' ' . .ggerma INN H.W,::,W D.C.E. members are, from left, lst rowg Lynette Wray, Patty Amaya, Lori Wagner, Cathy Vega, Heather Legualt, 2nd row, Miesha Littlefield, Michelle Penrod, Michelle Blackmore, Joyce Daniels, Mickel Montanya, Joel Coonfield, Sacorra Luse, 3rd row: Sareena Brannon, Laura Regnell, Isabell Montanya, Michelle Hoops, Blyth McNet, Kathy Gilman, Jena Phiefer, Missy Kawa, Stephenie Brimhall, 4th row, Chris Hicks, Craig Hills, Tommy Turner, Val Carroll, Terry Herbold, Dane Higgins, Mike Brown, Rick Teskie, Mrs. Lull, 5th row, Steve Buen, Cathy Keslin, Lisa Lines, Coni Kinkade, Patty Smith, Bobby Barrios, Brenda Oaks, Kim Niebrzydowski, Cathy Flores, Deanna Porter MX! Patty Amaya and friend talk as Terry Herbold evesdrops. Missy Kawa thinks, "Why a picture of ME on a day like this?" LaNette Wray, , and Chris Bender wait for someone to choose them for the job. x 1 orking to the End! Can I ask you a personal question? Are you, A. Dependable, B. Honest, C. Responsible, D. a enior, E. chose A-D5 Please hoose one. If you chose "E", ingo! You just qualified for .C.E.!! D.C.E. -Diversified Cooperative ducation is an education rogram that allows Seniors to et credit for paid on-the-job xperience. The students attend a 3rd or 4th period related class on campus and after school work part time in a career interest job. Mrs. Lull, in charge of D.C.E., said, "members of this program realize four absolute definite advantages, which are: experience in the world of work while learning new job skills, experience a career interest on- the-jobg and receive three credits." ,k in fupy., , A' Wei, . ' A .9 3 W"'b.f.f- Coni Kinkade, Senior, finds after working hard for you money a little relaxing always helps! D.C.E. 1 17 Sometimes." when about dra- ma club. the peo- ple involved in some- what wild and Working in a variety activities, members not only act- u' I , N, ., NM Brian Mobley says, "Behold, I have ar- rived." Glen Knaur tells Laura Zawacki, "Woah-dude! Definitely wild, definite- ly!" 1 18 Drama ightly Wild in ed, but watched others perform as well. It wasn't easy to plan all the trips, but president Michelle Bru- ington managed to handle all of the orginization with ease. The members of the club also acted in front of children and peo- ple in nursing and retirement 3- ' is..-P f i' ' SNQN' sst i 5 , ss s s --1 s, ,., I"3.IT1a homes. It was alot of fun, but it did quire alot of hard work, and l lieve it or not, some of the peo1 took drama club as seriously athletes took their sports. "And you wouldn't believe what hap- pened next next!" Michelle Bruington exclaimed. Sam Reese flashes a half smile right be- fore he starts working on the play. vt 5 A - 5 lg . .L i. Q - Q Lf ' f ' iff W wlew , ' H r www' . K KN . xx, E I , ' ?'Nr f 'L r x Q 'A f Xa KS, . X I . K we ' . . N ,QA Q , 1 i , gk . . .w ,siikiw , w e , ,R , ,sw . 1 ,ar-5'Q4.vf..L' 'x fn 1 WSL' bf i K r, if W, A i X, . - fx? ' - we , Dineen Serpa enjoying one of Mr. Guggisberg's French Magazines. Patricia Olgin, Gabriel Poret, David Chin, Lesley Fraley, Jenni Stomo and Mr. Simkins' supporting the Spanish club. 1 2 0 Spanish I Speech arlez-vous Francais? Can y own rance rench suc ou speak French? A well- phrase used throughout makes Spanish students differently. Both the and Spanish clubs were cessful this year with the of people and activities The Spanish club was to sell jewelry to raise money planned on going to the Fair, the French club sold candy raise money for a trip to a rench restaurant. The presidents of these clubs ere Carl Hill of Spanish and Kim ospisil md of the French club. Both fix' z f Q . 1 my 4 5 A kj, V Q 'f A 'gflrwgl XF - ' X. .gr .LS r I 5 I- r ,4 . yn :- K V , 4 L11-HSXNZ7 Q 'mic ,. S F . QW " 1 .N M 5.5.1 , these presidents were very outgo- 5? . ing and represented their club xiffgy ixxlr,-X p ,pp very well. Laura Toenjes com- mented, "I feel we had a really +V 'tif' ' yfgy good year." 00.0 Q91 FN f Spanish! Speech 1 2 From Bombay to Spa1n, Denmark to Japan, then on t theUSA fore1gn exchange students trav eled to Gulbert from all parts of the globe Song Hansen after only one month w1th us left because of homes1ckness She was born 1n Korea and adopted at the age of two by a Dan1sh fam1ly Song had already graduated from H1gh School 1n Denmark but wanted to exper1ence the Amencan way of l1fe Her favor1te pastt1me was artwork In Denmark you are only re qu1red to attend school up unt1l the n1nth grade then 1ts up to you 1f you want to cont1nue sa1d easy talk1ng to people and mak1ng fr1ends She started learn1ng Eng l1sh when she was l 2 years old and spoke lt fluently The other lan guages she spoke were Dan1sh German and French In Denmark you cannot obta1n a drmvers 11 cense unt1l the age of 18 but there 1S not a legal dr1nk1ng age Unl1ke Amenca 1n Denmark they cele brate Chr1stmas on the 24th of December Amencan Adventurer Gabnel Perez came to us from h1s faraway home 1n Northern Spa1n Th1s Sen1or adm1tted he d1d have some problems w1th the language Ga br1el sees a b1g d1fference 1n Amencan schools and Span1sh schools 122 Forexgn Exchange There we start at 9 30 1n the morn1ng and we don t f1n1sh unt1l 6 00 1n the even1ng Sh1ul1 Subaya was a very spec1al person Who journeyed from Bom bay Ind1a to G1lbert H1gh School courtesy of the Rotary Club Inter nat1onal Sh1ul1 enjoyed sports danc1ng SADD cho1r Drama and var1ous other act1v1t1es She loved school and 1nvolved herself very much Sh1ul1 has a boyfr1end 1n Bombay and m1sses h1m alot but he calls her long d1stance to solve th1s problem Mam1ko Sakura1 was a fore1gn exchange student from Japan alot happ1er than the people 1n Ja pan and they dress s1m1lar Ma m1ko Sald that Amencan schools were very d1fferent In Japan you only have one class all day long and students dont move teachers do Also our breakt1me 1S for ten f1fteen m1nutes not for only f1Ve In her spare t1me Mam1ko enjoyed the mov1es and d1sco danc1ng In Ja pan you had to be e1ghteen to go to places l1ke Sergant Peppers Japanese H1gh Schools do not have school dances Mam1ko sa1d she enjoyed the Un1ted States of Amenca very much and even sug gested that she m1ght come back to G1lbert H1gh school aga1n next year In Japan we can not have year books unt1l our Sen1or year Ma m1ko sadly remarked Our Amencan adventurer also stated that G1lbert H1gh School 1S alot eas1er and funner In Spa1n you d1dn t have t1me for sports Gabnel sa1d he enjoyed Soccer and tenn1s very much at Gllbert In h1s spare t1me he l1ked party 1ng on weekends He d1d adm1t that 1t was hard to make fr1ends for the f1rst month Perez l1ves Wlth a Host Fam1ly and was ver happy w1th them He also state that he would cons1der com1n back also except he d1d not enjo Sh1ul1 Subaya also sa1d that sh loved G1lbert Hlgh School He fr1end Ken sa1d Sh1ul1 15 an ex cellent fr1end she xs very fr1endl and everyone loved her"" Sh1ul1 1S a very spec1al perso to be so faraway from home an not m1ss her fam1ly that muc She 1nvolves herself very muc w1th act1v1t1es 1n school and tha takes a very spec1al person re marked Sand1e McCammon 0 Song. Song admitted it was not She said people in the U.S.A. were the 1'10t Weather in the summer. 1, 'PA' gssfaf Song Hansen and Shiuli stand wondering who the cute guy is. From left to rightg Shiuli Subaya, Gabriel Perec, and Mamiko Sakurai. S I Wg Foreign Exchange 123 Leaders of Agriculture . . n 1964 Gilbert High School won first place in the National Meat Judg- ing Contest in Kansas City. Gilbert High School was the only high school in Ari- zona to win such an award. Since then FFA was able to send students to Kansas City, and each year an award of some sort has been won. Denia Barnett stat- ed "If it were not for FFA I probably would not have been as in- terested in school. I have learned alot about dealing with people and life in gen- eral." In addition to class work FFA was also a student organization. Once a month after school meetings were held to confirm up coming events. 19:10 ,X Chapter Officers-Left to Right-Bottom-Mendy Hastin, Joyce Daniels, Russ Rowe, Denia Barnett. Top-Dennis McKeon, Doug Maynard, Donald Shields. Carl Holtz Oscar Sutton Ken Smith Reed, Lance Hamblin, Chris Beaswell, Chanley, Doug Amborn, James Scott, B den Cocke, Jaime Dykstra, Shane Cook. ond Row-Morgan Fanchini, Robert Bray, Martinez, Scott Hillard, Scott Kruse, Bumm, Kevin Briggs, Travis Cooley, Eddie Vega, Dave Ogden, Billy Third Row- Shawn Sparks, Robert Bauer, iAnn Maynard, Justin Dotson, Denton Seth Kent, Todd Runyon, Aaron Becci Jenkins, Becky Tarin, Ryan Front Ro Danie1S.1 Rowe, D02 Top row-Left to Right 1 NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION , UN if li ci, The FFA float. The theme was Back Home on the Farm. Pictured here are Donald and Daniel Shields. This was the FFA booth at Gilbert Days where they sold Beef Jerky and Soda. Mr. Jerry J. Renninger, Vice Pres., Mr. Larry A. Jensen, Manager, Robert Beyerle, James Hildebrand, Brian Smith, James Scott, and Joe Granio. At the National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Missouri. This is one of the many conventions that FFA took part in. 125 ,J 'af 12 6 Home 1 1. Shawna Gillespie and Alyssa Dahl, appreciate their experience with Anytown 2. Kris Palmer, "You mean I have to do that when I'm older. Boys and girls state: Tony Campos, Larry Simkins. Karen Wood. Shantell Hiken Anytown: Alyssa Dahl, Melenda Smith. Laura Toenjes, Mike Howell, Shawna Gillespie. Chandra Nielson. Missy Pendleton FHA: Mrs Mckeon, Kim Owens, Melissa Kris Palmer, Robin Scoles, Paula Teagues .,,.,..,x wx 'S S V 5 2 X gg I x - W, fix: iw? 2 . z la ex V 4 N , 4 S X N gig mx X xv X figs k ,,-Nm . 'MN F? UNJA: L S f QQ -fig, six x A K 5' 2 , Y k xt N 'xr QQ, M 5 is k4"! A 2 Af-6 01 Busy Toilers of Industry , 'W ..f-'S The Gilbert Chapter of VICA, short for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, was a group of vocational auto studentsr Their purpose was to give experience in leadership and increase pride 'in their chosen occupation. Members participat- ed in state and regional lqadershipsbonfn ferences, had opportunities to cornpete in state and nationalshillqplyrnpics, and im- prove their attitude andw work habits through the hphih vxcgpnexperi-mee. in n l "It's a great learning experience," Chad McDanie1l,c9mmentedp to, pphp Nevon Boyer and Scot-fifClement. i "We enjoy learninngprnnagyd teaching things to Mr. Balls,"' joked a couple of young men who asked to remain annony- mous. 1 Dale Christel . . . concentration required. VICA 129 SSA E, .Qin-,X 'F , : n xi" m-fif ,L 1 x Adi - ' 3 'I N g- Eff- vs s , .r . f ,SA ,..f,5 Q . I f 3 1-" . s. ye , ff f A On your marks get set . . . G 0. 1 5 Q eg Shelia Green shows where it hurts to her friend Ann Davis Lisa Fraley takes a break. Running Club Current Times he Tiger Advisor . . . there was hard work behind the title. For the first time in 65 years, Gilbert High's news- paper changed its name to the Tiger Advisor. The staff had decided on the change to "start freshn and new to create their own reputation. "It took time and pa- tience to produce a good newspaper. We had to work on layouts, printing and editing the stories, not to mention keeping a "nose for news," declared staff editor, Kerri Savell. "It was fun working against the deadline and reporting. We were here for the stu- dents, and the newspaper was their voice." The staff was 14 deter- mined students under the direction of Mr. Abaroa. "Basically, we had a cre- ative, talented staff. We had a few problems and lots of fun. One bad habit the staff did have was waiting until the deadline date to turn in articles," Kerri exclaimed when she thought back to the "ex- citement" of the newspa- per room. The staff consisted of: Kerri Savell-Editor, Denise Repan-Coeditor, Kris Jackson-News Editor, Jim Turner-Editorials, Dee Ray-Sports Editor, Bridget Price-Features, Jean Avery-Copy Editor, Tanya Bundschuh, Lisa Goss, Mike Howard, Nathan Ma- jean, David Richardson, Tara Swinford, Andrew MacGregor-Reporters, and Steve Abaroa-Advisor, all of whom created a paper of which Gilbert High could be proud. wx- ! i ' " ' wetsui- of Qi. if 0 ,,, at ,r :paper 4 M., :G 3-' is Repan concentrated on getting h el' article in on time. 2 we w v 'M V, Af-if Jaws: if x x , ge, , N " .,,f,,, ij 'S j J' J 'X David Richardson doing math in newspa- per??? Mr. Abaroa, Nathan Majean. Jean Avery, Jim Turner, Kris Jackson. Tara Swinford's proof reading was first rate. 1'4- "King Abaroa" was surrounded by some loyal subjects: David Richardson, Mike Howard, Jime Turner, Lisa Goss, Tanya Bundschuh, Denice Repan, Kerri Savell, Mr. A., Bridget Price and Tara Swinford. Newspaper , 34 up Qtkhvv' ' .+ SNS ,A ...X ww ' ,nf P -W.. .g . s . F Q.. 0- . Q.. Q., wi J!" Q' g -. W Q. S Nm NW gg.. sv Y . My af R. 9 R sb ,k Q . an -vf . .Q .ya N xxggi .S Q ak Wi xc .Q .Q . X.. Y- .M X. .vs .Q 4' . Q K' .. .V -9255 I' 1' Q.. 'SQ .mp ,uv Back in the Saddle Again! Rodeofn, l: A public performance featuring bulldogging, calf rop- ing, steer riding, goat tying, team roping, and barrel racing. Girls and boys of all ages got together on the weekends at wherever the rodeo was in Arizona to compete for money, buckles, and sometimes ber 28, 29, and 30 a few Gilbert cowboys and cowgirls participated in the Florence Junior Ro- deo. These were the re- sults: Stephanie Lord and her partner won the ribbon ropingg Seth Kent won the bulldog- gingg and Trish Sauer- brun came in fourth in goat tying. even saddles. On Novem- Gilbert High School rodeo participants: top row: Travis Cooley, Joe Mike Clem, Matt Reynolds, Kasey Tidwell, Chris Lloyd, middle row: John Phillips, Morgan Fanchini, Howdy Sandborn, Shawn Sparks, Sean Hastings, front row: Stacey Stephenson, Denia Barnett, Dan- ny Harter, Trish Sauerbrun, Shannon Kent. 1V I 1 'N nf P 0 gil b , 'ss:'-,fl1:-.-- ..--cz-Ny, V . 135 'WN -QF 'Wg HECKIVIATE you know Gilbert had a chess ? Half the students at Gilbert 't. They're a year round club. People think of chess, they of old, old, quiet men, but chess was nothing like that. These were kids who loved to have fun. Mr. Theile, chess adviser, knows his kids work hard. The team played ten matches, win- ning seven, loosing two, and they drew one. Next year they are going for state. hard about their next ,sg i -A V Hs-1 ,auf 4? ' - L4 'J Mr. Thiele, watching his chess team play. "Wow, that was a great move." "I can't believe that move!" All the geniuses at play. Pete Forrerg Mr. Thieleg Paul Swanson: John Neibich, Mr. Schultg Jeff 'Hooperg Mike Buksasg Bryan Bowlesg Tommy Turner: Xavier Rodriguez Victor Florieg Jason Triscog James Bona I 1 ol 1 I-IL' SADD: The story rolls on wo friends talking by a lo- cal hang-outj "Hey, what's up?" "Nothing much. What did you do this year?" "Well I was an active member of a S.A.D.D. club." "What was sad about it?" "No not a sad club, but S.A.D.D. You know, students against drunk drivers." "Oh yeah I was gonna join that. I guess I just didn't have time." "That's the problem. Too many people have no time." "Well, what all did you do?" "Laura Hall, the president and Lisa Fox, the Vice president, kept busy by passing out "Con- tracts for Life," they also helped sponsor a free night at the fair. There were lots of fund raisers too. "Oh wow! Sounds neat, but who are they to say if we can drink?" "They don't condenm drinking, just drinking and driving." "Oh I see. How many people were active in S.A.D.D?" "Un- fortunately, less that thirty people!" "Make that thirty-one, I'm in!" S.A.D.D.-started five years ago as a product of M.A.D.D. and it became a nationwide tra- dition, and has saved many lives! The sign sums it all up for S.A.D.D. and that is a lot! Top Row: Mike Kouts, Lisa Guill Viki Clonts Merlelle Moore, Dee Fagen, Tracy Reed Jenny Stormo, Laura Hall Bottom Row Ann Wolberton, Amy Cubel, Niki Braash Shiuh Subaya, Alcia Thompson Theresa Richardson, Heather Criner Hard working President Laura Hall, gives a speech on drunk driving. ASU student Mike Cathy, talks as a guest speaker about his accident. ,.. ,..,,.. Vg- , aw I 4 Captured by the power of emotion. the student body listens in silence. Gone with the Snow You did not have to be an expert skier to have gotten involved in ski club. "I've never even skied before: I'm just in it to learn how," said Senior Anna Leitch. It seemed strange to have a ski club in Gilbert, since tempera- tures rarely got below 40 degrees, but where there was snow, no mat- ter how far away, there were al- most always bound to be skiers. ll he ski club, which first be- - - gan at Gilbert High in l 9 '1 8, has been fairly active. "Kids have a good time, that's what it's all about." stated Mr. Paster, ski club sponsor. As soon as the snow started fall- ing in the mountains, these snow fanatics got all ready to hit the cold weather. Dressed warmly in their coats, ski pants, gloves, and hats, these Arizona skiers looked just like any other typical skier. But, since ski club is for Juniors and Seniors only, Sophomores have to stay home. "I don't think its fair. If Sopho- mores can't be in it why should Juniors be able to? They should just make it a Senior club," com- mented Sophomore Karrie Krui- zenga. None the less, Ski Club had a lot of fun. "Kids have a good time. That's what it's all about," commented Mr. Paster. 5+ Q 3555 Seniors Lori Waggener and Kathy Keslin show their warm style of dress before hitting the slopes. Mr. Paster asks, "Ready everyone?" 1 4 O Ski Club How soft is the snow? ,.,,., ey Garwood, Meisha Littlefield, and Cathy Vega take a break at the local snowbank. Niebrzydowski reflects on the coming summer heat. w "9Q04m1.., Ski Club: Front row: Anna Ruiz, Lori Waggoner, Anna Leitch, Miesha Littlefield, Lisa Carroll, Marlo Mannies, David Peterson. Middle row: Mr. Paster, Kathy Keslin, Mark Chesley, Scott Coshow, Matt Amos, Trish Sauerbrun, Treg Bradley. Back row: Ryan Schmidt, Louis Peralta, Lisa Lines, Wade Balke, Matt Hale. tx X X ,ff ' x' Qi.: 'ig Q A -s Qi "Speechies Team" What does public speaking mean to the Speech Team? Hard work, dedi- cation and most of all memorization are needed. The "Terrific Talking Ti- gers" of Gilbert are moving into the big leaque, with a year-long season of tournaments statewide. The team was the "Big- City" visitor up at Snowflake and Round Vally and won both tournaments. Sophomores took over some top spots and were looking at being strong AIA state competi- 'AGQE fi Q LuAnn Gifford is showing winner Glen Knauer where the VFW Speaking Contest was being Juniors Kent Huston and Brian Mobley were showing the speech team how it's done. Students Melissa DeVires, Ellen Banks, Glen Knauer, Scott Johnson, Kent Huston, LuAnn Gifford, Brian Mobley, Jennifer Johnson, Cheryl Maddock, and Denise Keitelman showed their team spirit at the Chaparral Tournament. Juniorl Kerri Savell dreaming of a white N Speech tors at the new High School. ince 19 '1 8 Gilbert High School speechies have qualified for state each year, and a team member has finished no lower than seventh place statewide for the last four years. This was a rebuilding year, but within two years Mrs. Satterwaite thinks Gilbert could be sending its first student to Nationals. if xref e e ..s- , held. Christmas. A i 'S K I 1 :na A aff . 6' i 2: "W, 'fm , , r:.:-f-1..,a ' W 1 , 555, - xg", - " 1 ,. x A Dedicated Dedicated adj. l. devoted to a cause, ideal, or purpose. That's exactly what this hard working yearbook staff was. Many countless hours were spent in completing these chroniclesg slav- ing over layouts, copy, pictures and art work. Our staff was very special, eager to try special effects that was the "new wave" look for yearbooks. Deserving special mention were Jamie Ecker, photography editor ,f Achievers and assistant Anna Leitch, who developed picture after picture. "It was a lot of hard work and extra time but it was worth it,"- Anna Leitch. Thank you-from yearbook. Yearbook wasn't all work and no play. Working together they slowly became one family. "I was proud of you guys" Love, Debbie Holden, editor. I JW First Row: Stacy Stephenson, Anna Leitch, Sheri Price, Shannon Williams, Tina Reh, Susette Cluff, Karrie Kruizenga Second Row: Heidi Meder, Heidi Ouinones, Nicole Infanti, Jamie Ecker, Kris Kruizenga, Vicki Bates, Debbie Holden Third Row: Shana Cluff, Shanie Wells, Coni Kincade, Ray Obolewicz, Dawn Wisdom, Crissy Becker, Nancy Dufresne, Ms. McCammon, advisor Now Nicole flnfantil, don't be shy. Your yearbook family knows you're a wild and crazy girl. 144 Yea-been ,iw H5 s or ,,...,ww 6 "Typing while I work!" thought Anna Leitch. 44 5' xi 'a x ' "I can't find my pencil," Shana Cluff Dawn Wisdom is hard at work looking for said. anything weird in her rubber cement. Yearbook 1 4 5 ,ig X I CSN C, l 4 6 Sports 99 C3 0 Many victories and very few losses were our hallmark in sports. We were Seniors, and we we all wanted to make it the best ever! We ended at 10-3 in football, short of State Finals by only a yard! To be in any sport meant to have pride, honor, and dignity, backed all the way by our par- ents, faculty and of course the student body. It didn't matter what sports you were in just that you did your best and were supportive of your team. Gilbert students were very proud of how well they had done and hoped everyone enjoyed sports as much as they did. 1 Q x 2 vw r -1 ,Af fi I 3 N QQ-if 'T I . sk' st .,.r, Q-,Q ,sf Iran... .- 4 y . 2's , fz, 1 Nik. . .gin f 5 Q4-,iyll tarxifr , . f wfyg eg Q W: . gn., vf' - ,' ' ff.: ., X. pedawsofe .Jew ff-QQ H W'-fQ..s+.. J f , ' -5 mg. F. . NK- n ,- K wsu, 5, X If ,px Ex I ,Q ' '., , A rf .1 .mg-f he ,-.4 fy- f J , . r v X -. . Us - + ,. ,, .-1 , , - ,, , -. I A, ,. ,l X .s-fly' Uafg, -L hu A gi , K,-. 8. sf Q f"-'H 'N' 1. f ' - ' .-1 ' ' ga -' "T "Z",-' 13' , 'fn' 1' .' 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Sports 1 4 7 Varsity Squad: Front-Laura Toenjes Cmascotl, Geri Rowe, Merielle Moore, Dione Clement L ' fmascotj, Middle-Jami Ball, Stacey Zimmerman, Stephanie Ayala, Sheri V Hastings, Buffy Hernandez, Top-Kayla Sharp, Elyssa Dahl, Sean Harrison, Missy Pendleton, Shawnah Gillespie Senior Kayla Sharp showed her stuff at tryouts. They've got it And they're here to pass it on to you. Over last summer your spirit squad walked away with all supe- rior ratings in all areas at NAU cheer camp. Included in these awards was the "Unity Award", the highest possible award given at campy its name spoke for itself. Spirit, hard work, determination and pride were what made thi such an awesome group. Comprised of 19 girls and on guy, mascots included, this squa provided our last year at this ca pus with the best and probabl most talented group of chee leaders GHS has ever seen. -1 ls .QF - . sw 1' it - , .-: 'L . - .1 s at , . .- .- 'f w- qffv fy' ,.. :.f.,qiv.'P, qi, VT ,. it as fn ,l - r!".a1 4 . " rx" Awe' 4 :M .Q K it XY? .fl ,Ty s fifgwhk sf s sh? W 148 Spirit Squad nior Geri Rowe gave it her all. : top to bottom-Kaley Mills, Stacey ff, Kirsten Meyer, Charlotte McDer- tt, Laura Beck, Alyssa Cory lie Ayala and Stacey Zimmerman at thoughts of Gi1bert's awesome team. N! TV' i ro W Spirit Squad 1 49 E 'QA ,Z ,K , ' T 4,95 L . I X ' "L ,,. - '.4 - Len N ,wx 1 V L Dawn Anderson and Kris Hunsaker, Wonder-twin power iff ldfi-l activated. Kris Hunsaker, Missy Guthmiller, Cyndi Patterson, Trombley, Diane Bernott, Kim Row, Beth 'Tm bad, I'm bad," strutted Dione Cami Wells, DeAnn Barney, Dee Ragen, Lisa Lines, Ke Blaisdell, Karen Liestma fig Look ye yonder mate, Dione Clement and Laura Toenj S 'W' WD 6 5' -X -. QC I' - , v I 'D 4 'f X ly l q , AJ xi ' 0 Q M9931 - Q 5' QQ- "WI x 'FQ' , X - X .45 . ,,.. S. . V 5 f , Mn.. ',',,' 4 I ii'l"'f'v i - V C' 'Z ISSJ' 1' S 1 .av -lg!-.I Af' ' , ,A . W P2 . I A ' W 'U ' .L , -Q' .yajf if . 5 . I ' f N. 'A fr .., 1' .f ' ' WM I ' , '-2 .:w: 4 M 'N I Q Z' 1 " ' 1. . . f ' A V 'Og 5, bar.-rw AD . -I ' sf " . Q W f f . AMN" ""' M va S Q 1 2-reef My f- Sx gf . , fs. Pilii' Lets get a little bit rowdy, R ' O 0 ' D 0 Y.. . Were some of many ords used by the Wrestlerettes nd Mascots to get the bleachers haking. While the Wrestlerettes ere keeping the crowd into the ame, the Mascots were busy do- ng funny gags to keep the kids appy and add a type of entertain- ent to all. Dione Clement and Laura Qi! if -gf! 4, A. ,UQ W N., arg ' ' A , Q , . Y . ,. ' .fir Toenjes enjoyed working with each other as a team. Their double spirit was well performed. Our Wrestleretts decided they wanted a different name than Matmaids. When asked why, Kris Hansaker answered, "I still con- sider myself a Matmaidg Mr. Loy- den is the only one who thinks dif- ferently. Change of Address. . No Homecoming's complete with- out a King and Queen! Seniors Rex Gillespie and Karen Wood were chosen to rule the kingdom. When was the last time you waited impatiently to relocate? For most Juniors and Sophomores it was wait- ing for the opening of the new cam- pus, but for one last time graduates "came home" to the campus that has been Gilbert High for 22 years. Monday Nov. 3rd touched off Homecoming activities with Red Hot Day, inspired by the Blood Drive, also held on that day. A very spiffy Classy Day on Tuesday brought out the best threads, a Twin Day saw more than just the usual people dressing alike, and Toga Day was followed by the ever traditional nighttime bonfire on Thursday. Spirit was bright on Black and Gold Day at the parade and game. gy r A A di' . ' x V Q f i aff A xv,-v H. The Varsity Football Players gath- X' ,, ered around the bonfire roasting their marshmallows. X The Senior, Junior and Sophomore attendants showed their stuff in their horse and buggies. Senior attendants Mike McDowell and Sheri Hastings took their chauf- fered Homecoming cruise. 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The Tigers were positioned for a winning field goal attempt when time was called. In the beginning of the season, we lost Z openers, but won every one after that all but divisionals. Just like the "pros," right? Playing against Aqua Fria in the state-playoff game, Gilbert lost 15-14. This game was a crushing experience for not only the football players, but also for the many students and coaches. Most everyone was crying because this games outcome meant so much to them, for this was the game that would of led us to stat1 for the 2nd year in a row had W1 won. Congradulations: DONN1 ANDERSONg lst Team All Con ference, lst Team All State, Al Az., South All Stars, nominatem Player of the Year, DAVID THOIVI ASQ lst Team All Conference, ls Team A11 State, All Az., All Star: MIKE MCDOWELLg lst Team Al Conference lst Team All State EDDIE BRICKER lst Team Al Conference, Honorable for All State. 5 t YG-Mt.View 2 1 13G-Prescott 14 3 GG-Peor 1 YG-ParadxseValley 1 4 5 OG-G d 0 2 9G-A 15G-Safford 14 23G-Cactus 16 41G-Tolleson 15 39G-CasaGrande 14 3 5G-Kingman 7 3 2G-Prescott 1 3 14G-Aqualfria 15-Az.P.O. rgsmsk - N 1 5 4 Football W s -sts 'Si K,J 9? ike J ohnson, Dennis McKeon, David Martinez, Carl Hill, Derek Martin, Donny Ander- n. John Allen, Glenn Daily, Ouinn Carroll, Doug Jensen. Bill Crowder, Dave Higgins, ent Gierke, Pete Romanoski, Rick Dunn, Bob Everett, Joe Shultz, Jeff Bennett, Joe atsun, Kevin Watson, Ward Nichols, Ruben Esquivel, Terry Page, Zeke Bricker. Mike latel, David Layton, Mark Carrasco, Eric Hanson, Mike Maramonte, Shawn Gift, Philip omanche, Mike Thorton. Todd Mclntire, Mike Howell, Eddie Bricker, Mike McDowell, Gillespie, Mike Ramsier, Chris Cowart, Adam Hellman. Lamar Whitehurst, Mark ll, Phil Herrington, Ken Graves, David Thomas, Jason Johnson. ' ax. Q11 ,xx ,. My fl fn Ku Q"'3 -4 ?'K 'H 5 S 23. I- ' ,,f' W Jimweeimi . G .HV . T J, HHq1'ws.-ly, V 3 ' r .af-:.+zesll: H1 1-Eddie Bricker fOuarterbackD chucks the ball high into the air. Mike Ramsier hugs the football tightly so no one else can have it. Eddie Bricker scrambles to find an open receiver as 1-T20-Lamar Whitehurst, seeks his next victim. Joe Pico brags about "the great Varsity football team," to his pals. Dm . '1 A Football 1 5 5 IV F00 I.. ig uovme Has the juniorgvarsitywifootball team had a great season? Oficouirse 'Thenteam set a record. Out of eight games they won seven and lost one. It was the season for Junior Varsity and hopefully these play- ers will move on to varsity to make it even better. The school and it's students take a lot of pride in their football teams and players, and we hope that they continue to let Gilbert stand up with pride. 1 56 J .V. Football Troy Clare: "Which way do I go, which way Ronnie Bonner: "Shoot, look at that guy." David Allen: "What a kick." do I go? Clare: "I can't believe these guys." Rodriguez, Steve Islas, Rick Pew, Steve Shephard, Doug Gieger, Brandon Hellmon, White, Richard Kilton, Barnaby Ruiz, Troy Skipper, Matt Amos, Coach Ronnie Coach Terry Meyer, Coach Dan Loyden, Jeff Bennett, Rudy Truijillo, Patrick Paul Laross, Eric Hawthorne, Shane Johns, Chester Hoover, Milt DeHerra, Allen, Mark Beals, Joe Perrone, Scott Trilley, Kris Alpin, Justin Richards, Rick el, Joe Dodgson, David Rawoliffe, Peter Velasquez, Mike Scalen. Faulkner, Denny Clark, Troy Clare, Mike Solitare, Phillip Camacho, Terry Bonner, if . ' W . Qix, ,Q . so W--,ah K X . ,L iw: '-1 " V fi 2 Q Q EES A-513151 G 1 .. i X X .K x C.. wx X X 9' J.V. Football 157 mv i Xkxx i Dana Beeler, Mandy Case, Cathy rudy Lemon improved the most and Miedowicz and Kris Palmer advise from oved up from JV to Varsity. Surprise! the bench. C Palmer high fives her partner, Dana Beeler was team member you could they were the most spirited count on ' team. C Working up a sweat in badminton, Amy Siciliani was 81 in badminton. Moore takes a breather. First Row: Angie Tate. Lori Obermeier, Cathy Meidowicz. Bobbie Moore, Karen Lamoreaux, Maryslo Siciliani, Second Row: Miss Jones, Dana Beeler, Trudy Lemon. Kris Palmer, Allison Taylor, Tracey Siciliani, Amy Moore and Shelley Chandler. Badminton 159 I A g a 1 n S t A11 d d S I I l Time in between races for Lisa Carroll half the fun. Girls Cross Country finished third in Divisionals, and the boys came in fifth. The competition was more difficult because we weren't as good as we wanted to be," stated Tracy Carpenter, ace distance runner, injured in the begin- ning of the season and out for four weeks. "Paradise Valley, North, Arcadia and Cactus were our toughest competitiors," she continued. Girls finished eighth out of 20 at State, missing seventh by one point. First Row: Nathan Majean, John McC Rene Acuna, Dereel Higgens. Back Rick Gray, Josh Daniel, Derek DeTem Kevin Rapps First Row: Mary Jenkins, Jenny Ev Lisa Carroll, Stacey Carpenter. Back Tracy Carpenter, Krist Jackson, Lisa ley, Beth Downs, Mindy Seagull rv . si? Tfkfff ' mswir. Q is X N xx X5 Xb X N is Xe Q X1 ski is X J wut . ew Q r l 60 Cross Country lieve me, wzthout tlus Gatorade, Xvqqpgieggggygbout tbg oufzcome. Q . bed.o6med," smiled Mary JenkiHSi'1"'A J M ' N W Vx X U M A ' M L ' L A X ' L 1 V waitsxfor 15619 race,' X OQQW your, gag get, gon AAAAAAND, did you all talk about, Rick Gray? ytheyqfefpfffl! LA., XA" 'fi 11' ' .2 , . , y y., 3 .I Cross Country 1 6 1 6? -..- fwf ,, A, ,nw cf 'fa ,W vi ,F ,, , If 4 5 2,f W 3 ., A, 2 .9 , 4 2, W mf fn , .W ,I ,A .V 1 at Z ,, . .W .vm , 4. wi 11 14 f,,. J. In , W QR Q y mmond. Brandy Moore, Brad Norton, y's Golf Team:.Tracy Anderson, Tgrson dex-son. Ric, Ashby. Steve Baboc, Wes m 'Ora-, Derek Preston, Mike Polphus, ott Storrno, Steve Swaing Steve Wheeler. e Girls Team before quiting: Karen rter, Kim Pospisil, Donna Bishop, Jami 11, Geri Rowe, Ginger Wilt. Senior, Karen Carter, "Gosh this is so em- barrasingf' Would you quit following me around! So- Scott Stormo, Getting hyped up to win the phomre, Tyson Anderson. day's game. P I ,...3 1 if s d' ' rn " . i , ,. ' v - 9: ' ' Q ' 3 M. .. - ' -Q. ' ..-fr"f 4, 1 KN g Q. 0 r.. I yggnf 'V' in--, m ,Q Eff.-Y T 5 ' ' v - -h Nts A-N, f ' , 4 " fv"' mwy'Qf"'f1 -hifi: AJN , W . ' t' - 'x?fU'f5fff 1?-77' "v , .2 " V , I!" .'f7'5"A'-in 1 W 4 Li: 547. Y .X M-,X is. ' RX W f .ml f XX 9 A ,, 1 IW 1 , . f Y ' e. X r- 4 .. i I, , 1 MA N t f Golf 16 3 Quick as a Shark And as dangerous as one too! And that's not a lie: our swim team did what they wanted to do. Leah Viargengo managed to go all the way to state. That's not all they did, Shawn McIntosh was the winner of the fifty yard free, not to mention his loving brother Lance Mclntosh who finished first in the hundred yard free. You're looking good! Keep it up! 1 A Swimming bottom to top-Stacy Zimmerman, Michelle McDermit, Kelly Bennett, Leah Viarengo, Ben Allred, Terri Basha, William Kellis, Mrs. McIntosh, Stacy Lane, Gary Wolf Shawn McIntosh, Lance McIntosh, Bi Blandin, Kim Cordon, Will Ray. Sam Babbit, Troy Culver, Bobby Basha, Bil Pennington Curt Murphree. ,ff7v, igli i V.'g. ,,,5, f Eg: I 'iv .K .'v'Q5,A V ' ' f 5 - iving, top to bottom-Todd Brummit, sun Cook, Mike Moeding, Ron Howard' I can do it! Kelly Bennet doing her best. Harry ccoacm, Wendy Jones, Kathy And he is off to a great start! M, t 45 94 . T ' B h d St Z' g Evi Springfield. Kayla Sharp, h 0 ' d f t Wiiilgrigta an acey xmmgrman you Webster' Ev1 Spnngfzel , a per ec score. - YXHMP . Q 1 , f 5 5 K if STH' Sil! Volleyball: To propel an object while in the air and before touch- ing the ground. Going as far as the Divisionals, the girls volleyball team had impressive wins over Paradise Valley, Casa Grand and Prescott. The Tigers opened con- ference play Tuesday, September 23 at Arcadia, which Miss. Boone predicted would be a tough game. O I an "sf"---.. 3 1 The season was a good one al though the team had some pointments through out more, Jamie Dossey and Loni Van Camp were the Missy Pendleton Elyssa Dahl Melinda Smith were the spikers and they a helped other work their way to the sionals. 1 . X.. 3 V Y 1 F' . . . .s we . 1 -fr as - t l 6 6 Volleyball 'HSI' ,Li TISS!! W B TICERIY . Missy Pendleton, Diane Wiehl, Stacy arpenter and Elyssa Dahl looking for the Top Row: Miss, Boone, Pam Anderson, Deitering, Melinda Smith, Missy Suzy Willman, Elyssa Dahl, person: Tishan Sharp Bottom Row: person: Laura Toenjes, Dione Stacy Carpenter, Jannie Loni Van Camp, Jamie Diane Wiehl 3. The Gilbert Tigers getting ready for their win! 4. Suzy Willman, taking Stacy Carpenters place for some of the action. 5. Sophomore, Jamie Dossey live at work for her team. I I 'sun- 7 Q4 ,r 53' Ffh 'T .4 . , W- .g fe- ' Wi, ' Alr. JH is' . if.. ,L iv 1 le ' ' f'o,:s4f' Volleyball l 6 'I Up in the Duty! n, l: conduct due to parents or superiors: respect 2: the action re- quired by one's occupation 3: first season volleyball coach and English teacher When the J .V. Volleyball season began, the team lost their first two games. People thought that the team needed to pull together. Strong serving Tina Hilbert became the most improved over the season, while Karrie Kruizenga and Candy McDaniel set the ball all season. The .X gi is ' v'1 Q 1 s .2 f if Tx-- l l 6 8 ' J .V.,.Vol1eyba11 Air team improved so radically that they ended with a winning season and a very promising next year. Caroline Valenzuela getting down for the play. Getting under the ball Candy is ready f the return Candy McDaniel waving to the crowd. Kerrie Kruizenga using total concentra- . . Q as f " .L ,L K ...sg Leslie Klesner keeping her eye on the tige- not on the ball tion for her teammates. T c ball! op Left-Nancy Hornbeck, Caroline Valen- ela, Trina Guelich, Coach Duty, Leslie lesner, Johannah McKinley, Peggy Wag- ,er, Bottom-Tina Hilbert, Michelle Cole- ank, Lisa Fox, Candy McDaniel, Regina Karrie Kruizenga Maryvale Yuma Agua Fria Prescott Arcadia Cactus Gerard P.V. Casa G. Tolleson Arcadia Gerard P.V. Casa G. Tolleson f-""""f l , I A jx ll - -f"" I l -1 n xr ' Q ,Hg wx--M ,rn :i""'ll I ,. I vu J' V"' lv 3 it e r V' I ,- 1 xX.,'. Qi ...L . Ek A A Q , f S ,,".Q Y' ' K9 x A, 3 3 xg P' f ' 1 rl! ww. CM In W -Ni J.V. Volleyball 169 CUICWG DIG With positive outlooks on the new year, the Varsity Basketball players enjoyed not only the game and the hard work, but the unity and friendship each player gave to make the team a unit. Basketball, like any other sport, required a lot of practice, and always you only got out of it what you put into it. We were very lucky that our players al- ways gave it their all. Chet Brown, a Senior on the team, said the whole team was like a big familyg everyone got along and helped each other out. He contin- ued that Mr. Morton was a great G 62 - Sunnyslope 58 G 84 - Snowflake 63 G 83 - Glendale 45 G 62 - Casa Grand 61 G 51 - Saguaro 80 G 66 - Arcadia 55 G 55 - Maryvale 56 G 75 - Paradise Valley 55 G 100 - Independence 54 G 79 - Kofa 64 G 63 - Winslow 71 G 81 - Cactus 57 G 103 - Alchesay 73 G 81 - Tolleson 60 G 92 - Mingus 64 G 31 - Gerard 29 l 7 0 Basketball coach, and always kept team spirit high. Chet said he'd miss the team when he graduated. "I think that as soon as we make it to the finals, our team spirit will come together and will help make it a great season," added Chet. la' Q. in is - -e - X . 1 ' U S H --p Senior Brad Norton, paused om waving at his fans, for a Superman Senior David Layton .iick picture. laying one in for two points. Senior Val Carrol ready for ac- Senior Tracy Anderson lweezel En as Seniors Scott Schultz and ,saying "Wait for me guys, I'm nce Hamblin look on. coming!" ,vf ,ff A. Q, , xg, Q f Back Row LtoR Coach Morton, Lance I-Iamblin, Don Buettner, Derek Wilcox, Barry Brown, Brad Norton, David Layton, Front Row, Tracy Anderson, Jason Gonzales, Val Carrol, Scott Scholz, Chet Brown, Kevin Washburn, Man- ager Derrin Wiste. e ee -S g,,,,,,, 1 yQ'Qri'I,v "gil ,fs-.gf U 5 A , '34 5 ,y . 'U 5611. , -, 1 ,us ' li' Q . 'NN' B E px 4 . ' A ig m ,e, e i H W 4 v' U ., A Fi., , , .- . x ,, 5 ,5---"" ii f I ' , u r v is :T -." 4, W :few A '.' A . u I ,,,, a , ":A I U if-"fA', ' A x V1 X ' nl A as-,W ,mm n, ., , um... 5 cf' Basketball l 'I 1 TEAMWORK PLUS POTENTIAL "Alot of potential, but a long way to go," declared Mr. Miner Webster when asked to describe the J .V. Basketball team. "It takes talent. If you have talent, you win, if you don't, you struggle." Mr. Webster said that a "family concept makes a good team." When team member Jeff Waddington asked his opinion, he declared, ' the players on the team get al with each other well. I think we become great friends by the time season is over." The J .V. Basketball team consi of 12 hard-working guys under direction of Mr. Webster, "J.V. is a stepping stone. I am teaching t 172 J .V. Basketball skills of basketball in order to pare them for Varsity." Mr. Webster is a great coach, bably the best I've ever had," com- ted Jeff Waddington. CON- ULATIONS J.V.ers- Keep up clunks, guys, your potential is through!!!!!!!!! n T it concentration or just plain luck?-GHS tiny f6'7"j player Len Fleming. 1,. 4. 5., I E: l 1 It's a bird! It's a p1ane!N'ope,it'sJ.V. play- er Brian Gum. "Almost there!" thought player Brian Gum during a vigorous practice. J.V. player Shawn Forsgren takes a breather as the worried Patriots look on. "Vos .F J t is 3 Q . mx ' I 'DDQ i .ani Left front: David Webster, Jeff Waddington. Joel Ouetschenbach. Steve Shepard, Nathan Carrol, Shawn Forsgren Beck left: Tyson An- derson, Brandon Hellman, Brian Gum, Mr. Miner Webster, Len Fleming. Mark Russell, Jeremy Judd. J.V. Basketball 173 Top Row: Philip Herrington. Brent Incadardon, Gabe Perez. Ricky Gray, Coach Zevelleta, Mark Turley, Scott Stormo, Derek Martin, Gregg Edgar Bottom Row: Mike Thornock. James Baufarind, Scott Shepard. Art Centres, Treg Bradley. Victor Cordova, David Peterson. Javier Chavez Top Row: Jose Chavez, Curt Nielson, Martin Bonadio, Chris Carpenter. Larry Fish, John Fish. John Molnar, Shane Godek, Tony Mitteer, Coach Burgess. Bottom Row: Peter Burrows. Chris Morris, Mike Sheppard, Tony Carbello, Darren Scharecci. Paul Benner, Ralph Nolet T n Y?f-'S ,,X, Attt r I t,tt M A in-'ldludanniir' A cold winter breeze had just be gun. The evening dew on the tor up field glistened under a diml lit stadium . . . "The Super Bowl No, just another Gilbert High Soc cer game. Even though soccer was a spol that required lots of skill, prac tice, and coordination, it was nc recognized or given credit much all. The players on the bench by f out numbered the team's fan clu in the stands. But that m problem didn't stop the Tigers! Overcoming their lack of fifftrgt I 1 7 4 Soccer 1 f . f Q i - v .Q 'xiii vercoming their lack of sup- t, both the Varsity and Junior sity soccer teams had done ex- tionally well, but hoped for re support and spirit from ir follow classmates in the fu- Victor Cordova puts a lot of energy into playing a good game! Turley, when asked how soccer said, "I love soccer, hate to lose!" "Who me?" Asked a confused Art Contres. Coach Zevelleta shows an interested Terry Page some "hot" moves. 1--we ag ,Q , 1-ga. Lf..-. Q. EK.. sit? SCF? I.: llfilif IIN!!! Bbiivmz Diana Whael. Shani Sparks, Michelle Scott, Jeri ly!! Groks. Tonya Anderson, 'Tanya Regole, Trish Saur- burn. Top: Coach McCann, Kim Anderson, Janet Zabor- niak, Mitch Dietering. Melinda Smith. Michelle McDer mott. Loni VanCamp. Coach Lablin. Loni VanCamp pitches, and tension mounts. J anet Zaborniak is ready to get Lum VanCamp 1S about to send that tough. r znto xnfxnltyl Watch Out!! Determined Trish Saurburn Klm Anderson gets prepared for som waits her turn to knock the ball. .1 fb ? , .Q 1 t N . f. t s-. Q R :K vt ,S 'Q I , ,Hs . 'N Q. X , -- R . , P , - ' ,Q l f ik viii -s.k V- I ' "" Q Q ffl Q 5 ' K ' " e s "' J i M- K, 'Q Q' 'Wig it QS sg fi e 1 y X K, 52 is ', Aw y Q ... 'Q A euggqx J Z- , :.1"" . R i N I 9. Q i "" QF? in If x , - A fi ' f -Nagy Z' 5 5 X - . -t B . 1 Q ' Y- Sw. YW! n"',. 2,2 '3- ag.-O1-L , , P ',,, fer"'h,, A . L ':Q:.,e,,,..1 - t ' L Y .ig .-.?,l,,m.x..,z?'f " .s1.M!wf-,Q ., A .,. ku K ,vp .4 va., -5 f...:., J - -. f - " , . ' k ' .A V My . A, ,W 'X' iff" K "Y '1-as-.QiJ,fi'35e.Qg? t7hi:!,3f:2fsff,, 1 s 1 L b " Y' - e i'eff"". 1: ttr. r 3- . ' ' 1. is d 5:2 S WRT! K i .X gi slew: .4 ,Me w K if A,r: ' ,' - K awssw., ,, ' 7' - it wa - f-ff' -N'-my 'a'!4,....f,.f.,fQ---,,,s.. .. L. - L, wh EA . . ' , W f , Munn .. SL .. I k , ek V QL .s.,0..,5fv- -'-L +7 A Ak MA, .0,,-.,9iQ,iw-' .. . N., ,g S " 7X"Nsgir?h'S'+1"M.T'i" ' 4 f - viffdw L it ' ' s L l . gf e . ' .. is .n s s r -A fe S ' 2 e ' 5' " 4 ,-.. 051' '1wf"' C f N, "N-fewest. , Q -we-. 4' , V t. ,f .. wefgztaz ve wfswflff -f ' 1 7 6 Softball What do you think of when you "softball" mentioned in a versation? Do sweat, hard umpires and coaches mum- under their breath come to Some of this was true, but was more than that. i ii 1 ,, W X Everythingks under cont:-ol.' nized as a challenging teakniwhen.: i"s g K ' they were edged out by to undefeateed Tolleson, and .W talented team when they easflyff slaughtered Gerard at 35-Oli: What can they say? The Gilbert softball team was a hit! l it I vr I X-5 j X it u - -. . ' 'L ' A 5 ' s The Gilbert Tigers were lffIcCanfsgeq:pression tells Coach Wheel- stss er e s ffllfeeareilgoing to win . . . Wears gonna win.' mumble players Danelle Maggard, Jamie Dos- sey, Tanya Regole, Melanie Lake, Tonya An- derson, Michelle McDermott, and Candy McDaniel. 4' The Tigers caused quite a commotion when they played against the McClin- tock Chargers, a Triple Al team who was tied for first W. in that division. Though it ended in a tie of l- 1, the two teams battled it out - until the 12th inning, when it was to dark to con- Wms txnue playing. i Softball 17 7 C 'FCII 'FII T Ll. The Junior Varsity team finished the season with an overall record of ten wins and seven loses. In con- ference they were eight wins and four loses. The long and hard hours they spent practicing after school everyday really paid off with the first winning season out of the five years they have had a Gilbert Junior Varsity Softball team. The girls worked really hard and ended up in third place in Conference for their season. When asked how all the girls worked as a team, Danelle Maggard replied, "I think all of us got along really great, and we all worked together to make it the best year ever." xx. ft ws l 7 8 Softball , 'R 4:0 is .. I-535 :infra S sf ,al Wously, Kim Marris Jenn Stormo Jamie Dossey Ann Mar Pennington. Danelle Maggar l Debbie Burrow, Maria Machech Kandie McDaniel, Paula T Karen Turner, Melanie Lake. Jill Berellie, Kim Tunie, Dean: . ' . ' 1 c l Sophomore, Jamie Mossey the winning catch. Weeler from the Coach. rnore, K1m Marr1s gets a lec- ,xw x W' X -w M SS' ., R 2' Softball 1 7 9 TAKE DOWN "I was kind of scared because I didn't now what to expect this year with a new coach and alot of good wrestlers," replied Terry Bonner when asked how he felt the first time he tried out for the team. X "It's an awesome sport. It's,Kalsol the hardest sport, because your constantly moving," said Aaron Masterson. , "Wrestling is hard for some peo- ple because they wrestle below their normal weight," continued Terry Bonner. "The teammates become like a family because you spend many hours of the day to- gether. After Ksomeonel wins you are happy because you know they helped the team, If the guy you wrestled got hurt, then the fun of winning is gone. Before a match I don't even look at thenguy, and I don't worry about losing: I just try my hardest." I think wrestling is fun becau I like to hurt myself to get shape," concluded Terry Bonner Wrestlers finished the year wit a 3-5 dual meet record. The placed in two tournaments: firs- in the Dobson tournament an fourth in the Doc Savage fGilbert tournamentj. 1 -nk 1 80 Wrestling i , -I 'if I ,.,,..,,uu'v" , x I r Troy Skipper is looking for some last minute advice from Coach Loyden. Notice Tony's got dressed out. There's Tony showing team spirit again, when Gilbert went to the Chaparral Invitational in Las Vegas. Great shirt, David Richardson! Here's Kevin Watson, Scott Andersen and Jeff McLean demon- strating how most of the time is spent at a meet. "Zeke" Bricker is said to be always on someone's back and that's not just a figure of speech. 5. Rick Anderson with one of Gi1bert's few wins at the Mesa East Tournament. 6. L to R Top: Coach Robinson, Dennis McKean, Wards Nichols, Eric Maldonado, Jeff McLean. Doug Geiger, Mike Clarke, Aaron Foote, Coach Lloyden Middle: Jeff Funcello, "Zeke" Bricker, Chad Johnson, Kevin Wat- son, David Richardson, Terry Bonner, Grant Moffett, Rick Ander- son Bottom: Kevin Richards, Dee Hudson, Brandon Moore. Aaron Mas- terson, Will Ray III, David Thorpe, Randy Howard, David Ruiz 7. Tha-t's Rick on top again. fs .Q V25 S Ly- Q "X K i . L -F , 5 N am 1.1 R 5. . y it . ff, 4. W E' :I ,X N M F I Q R ' x 'J " Jw ,, SQ. A K fx 5 ,, ,W ' 1 4 1 Ki. g of '- eeas . -, : S ,l c gy 5 M' l . . X Wrestling 181 Jeremy Garcia works on his pinning skills. Kevin Watson showing Mike Clark who is boss. Final Take Excellence. The state of being bet- ter than or to have proven superor- ity. The G.H.S. combined Varsity and J.V. wrestling team may be justly labeled excellent. The spirit and devotion of each of these of each of these talented wrestlers was evident in all they did. Through trials and tribulations the team made Gilbert proud through divisionals and other competitions. Our successful team travelled all the way to Las Vegas taking l Oth place out of l 6. "Hal Faced Coach Lloyden is Dennis McKeon gets a tip from a fellow wrestler. 182 Wrestling 1 N, x i, 5 fft 6' . x ,Q QQS - xxx- X N my Ll 41, wk Q, Qi. ,, . -..N xv 'A m X - A K M 'I' I 8 4 Assemblies Advancing Performers It could be heard for blocks! It echoed for days! It was the last shout heard 'round the school! The spirit and pep created, made it hard to overlook that it really was the last pep assembly on these grounds. For many students A pep assem- bly had the definition of "Early Free Time!": To leave school before the pep assembly and have "fun" with your friends shopping at the mall for most girls, grabbing an early dinner, and for the guys? Well they also went to shop at the mall . . . but for the GIRLS!! Even though none of this was ap- proved by the administrators, the students left anyway . . . Qs E . zz!!! Y 1 ef NN-mari' K-'Nunn X ake me to the top! encouraged Sr Rex Stop p1ay1ng around s1t down and watch Where did everybody go? Asked A P112 ' llespie ancing The Night Away here were a lot of things teenagers could do on a Fri- day night but when there was a school dance, a lot of people forgot what they could have done and attended a school dance. Night Clubs like Sargeant Pep- pers, Prisms, Confettis, Tommys, after The Gold Rush, and Devil- house often distracted high schoolers from their school. How- ever high school dances were cheaper than these clubs, and more familier faces could be seen there. As a result, our school dances often gave the clubs com- petition. Then there was the KZZP Dance which was special because the Gil- bert High School students worked together to get canned food goods to feed the starving in Arizona. Special recognition went to the wrestlers, who drove around and collected can donations. Coach Loyden made sure the team mem- bers got enough by threatening that for every can short of the oth- er schools, they would run a mile. Several people at Gilbert awoke every morning to the popular d.j. at the KZZP radio station, Bruce Kelly. And when Gilbert was one of the runners up in the canned food drive, and they won a special dance d.j.ed by the Windy City D.J.s, with a special appearance of the one and only, Bruce Kelly. Who couldn't help but get ex- cited?? The Saturday Night Party Pa- trol even stopped by to checkout the festive occasion. Kent Voss talked to several Gilbertites, and several people got a chance to be live on the radio. Though Bruce Kelly was late, John O'Rourke kept everything rolling and even gave out records to everyone with a birthday in February. When the "Bruiser" finally did get there, he continued in hand- ing out things, such as records, t- l 8 6 Gazette shirts, and Selson Blue Shampoo samples. He, flattered Gilbert by complimenting our school in a a lot of ways, making the gymnasi- um alive with wild and excited Chester Hoover, Sophomore, imagining himself at the Coed dance. , Y! , g in 5 P- . 1 s 5 people. Bruce later started a chant of "Yo, Pico" as to get Mr. Pico out on the floor to show us Gilbert kids how to dance, but fear not-Mr. Pico decided to learn from us and to just sit out the dance. Our Co-Ed dance, also known as "Sadie Hawkins", was at the Pio- neer Elementary School. This was the girls opportunity to ask the guy of her choice. "I was really nervous when I asked Jerry. It was a lot of fun though," said Sophomore Viki Baptes. Since girls asked guys, they had to do alot of planning. Gilbert High came alive with colored bal- loons and flowers the week of Co- Ed. Asking the guy was not the only problemg girls had to pick the per- fect place to eat among the favor- ite restaurants which were Bobby McGees, Lunt Ave. Marble Club, Charlie Browns, and T.G.I. Fri- day's. The other girl ask guy dance was Roy Oxford, Senior, moving to the groove. 41 V Q -I' -' , U Michael Resales and Erica Tarin, both Juniors, posing pretty for the picture. the Morp, which unlike Co- was a casual dance where coup dressed alike and ate at cheap f food places such as McDonal and Burger King. "Morp was fun because you a ed crazy," commented Seni Shannon Williams. J Jerome Harris, DJ: Let's gather around, cause here it comes! S ,..,, . , I ' S' 4 fp W ,S h V ll 11- 4 s L - l ti g 1 . . 3 2 X , 7 l j . ggjg5:j:Q:,:4:,: f ' W ' 'A"" " Hy S land, no longer at GHS, and Stacy ophomore, graciously pose for the Coed 12 People only saw the fin- ished product when they went to dances. The clubs that put on the dances had to work hard to make them memorable. At Co-Ed there was a mini-Eifel tower in the middle of the floor-now that's cre- ativellll Getting prepared for the dances was always an ex- citing occasion girls had to buy the prettiest dress within their price range, and guys had to get the ni- cest jacket, tie and pants possible. Many weekends were spent going from store to store looking for the per- fect dress. Then there was the question of how to wear your hairg every one had to make sure that theirs was a with-it, pretty hair style. And so it went . . . an- other girl excited and ready to make plans for the big Co-Ed dance, would be daydreaming of the evening to come for about the next three weeks, then it would be time for the nervousness to set in. That usually started after the dress was bought, and plans were all finalized. ittle mention was made in l949 Gilbert Annual about the dances that were held, but the Prom theme then was a Southern Plantation and Encanto park was selected as the site for the party. It was held on March 26th and was attended only by Juniors, Seniors, teachers and their dates. n l 9 5 4, Over The Rainbow was the theme for the Coed, and the auditorium was decorated with multi-colored streamers and soft lights. Anita Knight was elected Coed Queen by the mem- bers of the Girls League. Her escort was Wilson Morris, dubbed "Prince Charming." Couples exchanged dances with their friends, drank punch, and listened to the music provided by Snooky Eubanks Band of ASC, Tempe. Girls wore ballerina length for- mals of old fashioned net of many colors. n 1974, the Girls League put on a Coed with Strolling Through The Park as their theme, decorating with streamers from floor to ceiling in a room filled with tables and chairs so couples could sit and have refresh- ments and talk together in be- tween dances. While dances have changed in how students dress and decorate for dances, our enthusiasm has not. "I go to at least one a year!" "I wouldn't miss them!" These were often heard com- ments which reflected the spirit of participation and love of good times in Gilbert students. It wouldn't be the same if they didn't have dances. How else could we get crazy with friends?? Good question. Gazette l 8 7 Musicals and Monologues Fanatic Dramatics Musical: A light play or movie with dia- logue, songs and dances. That's how Web- sters New World Dictionary described our most talented high school. It took a lot of brainwork and preparation to be able to perform at their highest acting ability. Even though it looked quite easy, many hours of rehearsal, blocking in dance, mu- sic and acting were needed, making the whole effort worthwile. When asked about how she felt about performing, young Sophomore actress An- gela Brue said, "lt's a challenge. Its just the same type of workout as some of the foot- ball players get. I started acting in the third grade, in the play Pandora's Box. That was my first real acting part. Not only was it hard work, but it got you in- volved with school, and you meet new friends. It's never been easy. l've had to overcome my biggest challenges-pronou- ciation, and to get the right feeling across. Acting isn't just getting up and being fun- ny and making people laugh. It takes a lot of hard work and different techniques you have to learn and perfect. It isn't easy not seeming nervous. Doing my first improv here was hard, not knowing the level of act- ing and how to express yourself." So far An- gie had performed for over 10 different kinds of plays. Recently she was in Phoenix Little Theatre's Production of Brighton Beach Memoirs, and was in See How They Run here in Gilbert. Good Luck with the future Ang. Paula Dean, Rita Scholtz, Bill Bitter, and Phil Hatler all worked together to make this show such a big success. You can tell we've got great school spirit because every year most of the staff members find time to be in these plays and help, not only the students, but they support the school Fine Arts Association. George M. Cohan, The Yankee Doodle Kid was just one of the many plays per- formed in the auditorium. In every play, 50-60 people tryed out each year. To judge and decide who played these roles was a very tough job, considering all the talent l 8 8 Musical! Gazette e 'Nas Mr . Christine Harelson, Matt Tresler, Stacy Zimmerman, Ellen Banks, Kent Houston, Kathy Anglin, were all ready to board the Broadway Train. we had here. Drama went by this small, but famous saying, "There are no small parts, just small actors". And if you'd seen any of the performances, you'd find this to be true. Every last person was important to the play, from the star of the play right down to a chorus member and dancer. Even though they might not say much, the ex- pression showed in them. Everybody had a part to play and they all played their parts well. No wonder all those hours of practice were neCeSSaI'y. Miss Dean spent one day of practice teaching the chorus and dancers how to show expression well. There was a lot more 'O .a . ,SS .Q Q U life on the stage now because of her. were able to show fear, excitement, s and happiness, after less than one yea: drama or even being in a play before took everyone to make the play come acr effectively to the audience and make th feel what the people on stage were feeli pride, looking great, having showmansl and have a ball. lt's a lot more than just jumping or' stage and . . . poof! You're an actor. It t time and effort, practice and preparati not only for the people on stage but also the ones behind the scenes. For hours af school, the stage craft and crew put toget er the props and No newcomer to the baton, The four Cohanfs in ac- Q AngieBrue,atplaypracticeal- tion. Tricia Carden, ways shows and acts like she Dwight Bradshaw. Car- knows what she's doing.You'd rie Heward, and Dave m A - X never know she hasn't picked Marthaler, strut their --ovb ,z ,y i 2 ' up a baton in years. stuff and put onthe best Slime' , F +V?-"'i , J, Yankee Doodle play 5, ew. i C. ,Q'2Q9wMNf"f M ' . ' --ga w Y ' -'-' ' ' 4' hting effects needed to make play spectacular! rying out was always nerve king, but everybody survived m. They were held in late De- ber and early January, and ce people were put where they ' 'cl be, rehearsal started to together, song by song, by dance, and finally scene as to be performed the cast ew were after school from m until 6 00pm and some even 9 00pm Everybody n and did their best and it fell worth it when they re- . a standing ovation. s rehearsal always makes el the part your playing. your in the clothes that the e wore in those times it .-..s you feel like it's back to 39 again. You actually think George Cohan and not just a ne. he last few weeks before the I , r 0 . . ' . s e low student. iss Dean always found some way to get the cast psyched for the performances. Before play prac- tice one day she talked about re- lay runners and how they have to be concentrating all the time, they had to learn to play off of each other: if something went wrong they had to disregard it and go on. When she finished, we all stood up and stomped our feet, ran in place and screamed the words, "Let's take stage," and "This will be the best play ever!" Miss Dean gave each one of us a minature flag to hold throughout play practices and performances. It reminded us to put on the best show we could. Back stage Miss Dean was carrying a huge red, white, and blue striped baton, waving it in the air so that when we saw it, we felt the excitement. Terri Basha said, "This couldn't have happened if everyone hadn't worked together as a team. That's what made our play such a big success." 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Gazette l 8 9 "Tigers in Motion" Aaron, David 52 Abukhader, Emad Abukhader, Joseph 34 Adams, Jeremy 70, 106 Adams, Michael 52 Adkins, Jennifer 70 Alber, Doug 52 Alexander, Patrick 157 Allen, David 156, 157 Allen, John Allen, Timothy 10, 34, 106 Allender, Victoria 70 Allender, Virginia 70 Allred, Robert 70 Alpin, Kristopher 70, 157 Althouse, Stacey 100 Amador, Henry 70 Amaya, Patricia 34, 1 16 Amyay, Racquel 31, 34 Amborn, Douglas 34 Amos, Matt140,152, 157 Andersen, Richard 52 Anderson, Dawn 70 Anderson, Donny 34 Anderson, Jason 70 Anderson, Kimberly 52, 1 0 6, 1 7 6 Anderson, Pamela 34, 1 6 6 Anderson, Scot 3 4 Anderson, Tonya 17 6 Anderson, Tracey 3 4 Anderson, Tyson 70, 1 7 2 Anglin, Katherine 5 2, 1 0 6, 1 1 0 Arave, Laurie 3 4 Arnold, Amy 7 0 Arrington, Katie 34, 106, 1 6 4 Ashby, Richard 52 Aston, Loren 70 Atchley, Kember Atkinson, Tamara 52 Austin, Dax Avery, Jean l 15 Ayala, Stephanie 34, 1 15 Babbit, Samuel Babcock, Chris 34 Badilla, Korina 70, 1 18 Bahr, Sauzanne 34 Bailey, Daniel 34 Baker, Deedra 70 Baker, William 70 1 9 O Ad! 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Gilbert Ra. 6 A office Gilbert,Az. 85234 ,' 892-3724 Bar 4 SECURITY MINI STORA GE 3A mile South of baseline on Gilbert Rood Gum, Brian Guthmiller, Melissa 1 1 1, 1 13, 150 Guthrie, Richard Gutierrez, Daniel Y6 Gutierrez, Rafeal Y6 Habib, Michael Hadlock, Tamara 1 1 1 Hahn, Randy 101, 143 Hale, Matthew 38, 1 4 1 Hale, Tracy Hall, Starl Y6 Hallock, April Y6 Hallock, Ty 38 Hamblin, Derek 38, 1 2 4, 1 Y 1 Hamman, Shellie Y, 38, 98, 1 14 Hamman, Wes Y6, 163 Hammer, Lori Y6 Hammond, Dwaine 38, 1 2 8 Hancock, Lynn 38, 98 Handley, Jerry Hansen, Scott 38 Hanson, Eric 55 Harper, Andrea Harper, John 38, Y6 Harper, Sally Harrison, Scott Harrison, Sean 20, 1 1 1, 1 13 Harter, Danny 13 4, 135 Harward, Rand Hastin, Melinda Y6, 1 2 4, 1 4 3 Hastings, Shawn Y6, 1 3 5 Hastings, Sheri 38, 1 0 2, 1 4 8, 1 5 2 Hatch, Justin 38 Hatch, Shamaine 1 1 1 Hatch, Titia 55, Y6, 1 1 1 Hatler, Neil 106 Hawkins, Clay Hawkins, Lisle 38 Hawthorne, Eric- 1 5 Y Hayes, Alan Hayward, Amy- 1 Y, 3 8, 9 8 , 1 O 9 Hellman, Adam- 1 5 5 Hellman, Brandon- Y 6 , 1 5 Y Henderson, Mark Henderson, Matthew- 3 8 , 1 0 1 Herbold, Terry- 1 09, 1 1 6, 3 8 Hernandez, Barbara- 1 5, 5 Y , 1 5 2 Hernandez, Kathy- 3 8 , 4 6 , 109, 1 14, 1 1 5 Hernandez, Luis- 5 Y Hernandez, Patrina- Y 6 , 1 1 3 Hernandez, Sandra- 5 Y Herndon, Janet- 1 1 1 Herrington, Phillip- 3 8, 1 5 5 Heward, Keri-38, 1 1 1 Heydenreich, Alan- 5 Y Heyer, Wendy Hickcox, David- 5 Y Hicken, Shantell- 3 8 , 9 8 , 1 0 2, 1 2 Y Hicken, Tara- 5 Y , 9 8 Hickman, Jonathan- 5 Y , 1 0 9 Hicks, Chris-39, 1 16 Hicks, Tommy-5Y, 106 Higgens, Dane-39, 1 16, 120 Higgens, Derrel- Y 6 , 1 5 5, 1 6 0 Hilbert, Henry- 5 Y Hilbert, Tina-Y6, 1 1 1 Hilbrands, John- 3 9 Hill, Carl-3 9, 15 5 Hilland, Richard- 5 Y Hilliard, Scott- 1 2 4 Hills, Craig-6, 38, 1 16 Hills, Natalie- 5 Y Hines, Jeffrey- Y 6 Hinkle, Jeff-5Y, 106 Hisey, Marie- 5 Y Hoffman, Jozette- Y 6 Holden, Deborah-2 1, 29, 5 Y, 1 0 9, 1 4 4 Holder, Dawn- 5 Y , 12 0 Holland, Bradley- 5 Y Holloway, Dean- Y6 Holtz, Carl-3 9, 1 2 4 Homan, Heidi Hood, Kristan- 3 9 Hood, Shanna- Y 6 Hood, Suzanne- Y 6 Hooper, Jefferson- Y 6 , 13 Y Hooper, Milfred Hoopes, Michelle-39, 1 1 6 Hoover, Chester- 1 5 Y Hornbeck, Nancy- Y 6 Ads I Index 1 9 5 EXIT 11 O K SUPERSITITION FREEWAY K -J .. 3 3 U O 5 BASELINE ROAD UD 4 4 D 5 4 Q E I ii We at: Gilbert Family Practice Centerfi Multi-Specialty Group 1400 N. Gilbert Road at Baseline 892-6999 Wish the Class of '87 Best of Luck M.G. Kassai, M.D. Diplomate, American Board of FAMILY PRACTICE Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians Joseph D. Mott, M.D. Diplomate, American Board of OBSTETRICS and GYNECOLOGY Richard L. Chilian, M.D., RC. Diplomafe, American Board of Surgery ADULT, PEDIATRIC and VASCULAR SURGERY Fellow, International College of Surgeons Phyllis Sanders, Ph.D. CLINICAL NUTRITIONIST L. Lothaire Bluth, M.D. Gerald D. Carp, M.D. Robert I-I. Meaders, M.D. Diplomates, American Board of OPHTHALMOLOGY Fellows, American Academy of Ophthalmology S.I-I. Singh, M.D., F.A.C.C., 'F.C.C.P., F,I.C.A. Diplomate, American Board of CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES Diplomate, American Board of INTERNAL MEDICINE Joseph R. Szymber, M.D. UROLOGY CONSULTANT H. Aminian, M.D., P.C. Board Certified ADULT 8: CHILD PSYCHIATRIST Shirley Simkins, Ph.D. PSYCHOLOGIST INDIVIDUAL 8: FAMILY COUNSELING P.C. Kumar, M.D. Diplomate, American Board of INTERNAL MEDICINE 8: GASTROENTEROLOGY E. James Bodmer, D.P.M., P.C. Diplomate, American Board of PODIATRIC SURGERY Fellow, American College of Foot Surgeons Jamie P. Coffey, D.P.M. PODIATRIST Medical 8: Surgical Foot Care Lieurance, Sarah- I 8 here Are You. oskinson, Brooke- I 6 ough, Kief-5I, 9 8, 120 oward, Michael-3 9, 1 3 3 owell, Michael- 5 I , 9 8 , 02,12O,127,155 oy, David- I I uckans, Nichol- I I uddart, Casey- I I udson, Dee- 5 I uffman, Marchel- 1 4, 5, 39, 46 ulme, Tami- I I umphrey, Jodie- 3 9 unsaker, Kristina- I I , 5 0 unt, Crystal- I I unter, Taveekul- I I unting, Cheryl- I I uso, William- 3 9 uston, Kent- 5 I, 10 6, 1 1, 1 42 utchinson, Peter- I I cardone, Brent fanti, Nicole-8, 5 I, 1 4 4 las, Steve-I I, 15 I ckson, Kristine-39, 98, 3, 160 mieson, Jennifer-I I rvis, Amy-6 I yne, James-39, 106, 9, 143 nkins, Mary-II, 1 13, 0 nkins, Rebecca-39, 1 1 1 4 nkins, Rhonda-1 1 1 nnings, Lori- I I nsen, Douglas-3 9, 1 55 n, Kwan- I I hncola, Lisa- 1 3, 5 I hns, Shane-5 I, 15 I hnson, Chad-5 I hnson, Christine- 3 9 hnson, Denise hnson, Jason- 2 4 , 3 9 , 8, 1 5 5 hnson, Laura hnson, Michael- 1 5 5 hnson, Shad-5 I , 10 6 hnston, David-I I, 10 6 hnston, Sherri- I I lly, Samuel- 3 9 Jones, Jared- I I Jones, Tara- 1 3, 55, 58 Jones, Wendy- 3 9 Judd, Jeremy- 5 8 J uhl, Bradley Juhl, Brian- 3 9 Kalepp, Dawn Kawa, Melissa-39, 1 1 6 Keitelman, Denise- I I Kellis, William- 1 06, 1 1 9 Kelly, Paula- 40 Kendrick, Darren- 5 8 , 1 2 8 Kennedy, Russell Kennison, Brian- II Kent, Rod-4 0, 12 4 Kent, Seth-4 0, 13 5 Kent, Shannon- I I , 1 3 5 Kerr, Clayton Kerr, Gregory- I I Keslin, Kathy-40, 1 1 6, 1 4 0, 1 4 1 Kilton, Richard-5 8, 15 I Kimberly, Teresa- 4 0 Kinkade, Constance- 1 4, 15, 33, 40, 46, 116, 1lI, 144 Klesner, Leslee- 5 8 Klink, Brian- 5 8 Knauer, Glenn- 2 3, I I , 1 18, 1 4 2 Knight, Bonnie- I I Knighton, Eric- 4 0 Knighton, Nathan- I I Konkel, Kimberley- I I , 10 6, 1 1 8 Koura, James Kouts, Michael- 2 3, 5 8, 138 Kruizenga, Karrie- I I , I 9 , 1 44 Kruizenga, Kris-3 1, 33, 1 4 4 Kruse, Dawn- II Kruse, Scott- 4 0, 12 4 Lafavre, Robert- I I, 1 2 0 Lake, Melanie- 58, 1 I I, 1 I 8 Lambie, Teresa- I 8 Lamoreaux, Karen- 5 8 Lamoreaux, Trent- 5 8 Lamoree, Vonn- 4 0 Lane, Stacy- I 8 Lansdell, Samantha- 5 8 , 9 8 Larosk Monica- I 8 Larosk Paul- 1 5 I Larson, Beth- I 8, 15 0 Larson, Raeann- 1 0 9 Lavoie, Christine- 4 0 Mandarino, Donna 1 15 Mangus, Amee 58 Mannies, Larlo 98, 99, 10 6, 1 4 1 Maramonte, Ann Marie 5 8 Maramonte, Michael 4 0 Lavoie, Eugene-I 8, 10 6 Layton, David-40, 155, 1 I 1 Legault, Heather-40, 1 16 Leggett, Derek- I 8 Leitch, Anna-33, 40, 113, 1 4 1, 1 4 4, 1 4 5 Lemaire, Marc-I 8, 10 6 Lemon, Gertrude- 5 8 , 9 8 Lenards, Kristi- I 8 , 10 9 Lesco, Chris- I 8 Lesco, Todd-I 8, 10 6 Lester, Mark- I 8, 15 5 Lewis, Becky- I 8 Lewis, Dean- 5 8 Lewis, Jamie- I 8 Liestman, Karen- 1 4, 1 5, 40. 106. 150 Lieurance, Brett- 5 8, 9 8, 106 Liles, Dawn Lindsay, James Lines, Joseph- I 8 Lines, Lisa-40, 116, 141 1 5 0 Littlefield, Miesha- 4 0 , 1 16, 1 4 1 Lloyd, Chris-I 8, 13 5 Long, Erin- I 8 Lopez, Miguel- I 8 Lopez, Ricardo- 5 8 Lord, Stephanie-5 8, 1 3 5 Lovell, Craig- I 8 Lowe, Nicole- I 8 Luse, Secorra-40, 98, 1 16, 120 Lynn, Chris- 4 0 Macarthur, Shane Macgregop, Andrew Maddock, Cheryl- I 8 Maggard, Danelle- 5 8 , 1 I I , 1 I 8 Maggard, Todd 40 Majean, Nathaniel 58, 1 3 3, 1 6 0 Maldpnado, Elodia 40 Maldonado, Eric 106 Maris, Kimberly I8 Marks, Tamie 58 Marquez, Margarita I8 Martell, Beau 65 Martell, Heather I8, 106 Martin, Derek 40, 155, l'I1 Martin, Kandra I8 Martin, Michael 40 Martin, Stephanie 106 Martinez, Cindy I9 Martinez, Cynthia Martinez, David 41, I9 Martinez, David 155 Martinez, Enedina 8 Martinez, Eric 41, 124 Martinez, Estella I9, 1 2 0 Martinez, Fidel Martinez, Monica I9, 1 0 6 Marvin, Kelly 41, 142 Mason, Ruby Massingill, Chester 41 Masterson, Aaron Masterson, Jerry I9 Mattioda, Roxanne 41 Maughan, Christine 1 0 6 Mauter, Michele 98, 99 1 0 6 Maynard, Billy 1 2 4 Maynard, Douglas 58, 1 2 4 Maynard, Jeriann I9, 1 2 4 McCabe, Kiresten I9, 1 1 1 McCleve, John 41, 130, 1 6 0 McCracken, Troy I9 McCrite, Tami McDaniel, Chad 58, 1 2 8 McDanne1, Candace 'I9,168,169,1'I7 McDermott, Charlotte 1 0 6, 1 4 9 LOSTAND FOUND McDermott, Michelle 41, 98,109,164. 1 '1 '1 McDowell, Mark 58, 1 55 McDowell, Michael 41, 1 20, 1 52 McGee, Tonya '1 9 McHugh, Suzette Mclntire, Roberta 41, 10 9, 1 2 0 Mclntosh, Lance 58, 1 6 4 Mclntosh, Shawn 41, 1 2 8, 16 4 Mclntyre, Todd 4 1, 1 5 5 McKenzie, Eric McKeon, Dennis 41, 1 2 0, 1 2 4, 1 5 5 McKnight, Michael McLane, Kelly 19 McLean, Jeffrey '19, 98 McLendon, Arthur McNett, Blythe 41, 1 16 Meade, Stephanie 10 6 Meaney, ristine 58 Mecklenburg, Kimberly '1 9 Meder, Heidi '1 9, 1 44 Meeks, Michelle Melick, Roxie 4 1, 104 Melton, Samantha 65, 1 0 6 Mente, Scot '19, 155 Meraz, Dawn 58 Merrell, Nina 41, 1 1 1 Merrell, Scott 58 Mertz, Joseph Mesa, Rigo '19 Meyer, Christine '19 Meyer, Kirsten '1 9, 10 6, 1 4 8 Micciche, Philip 58 Micciche, Philipa Miedowicz, Catherine 1 5 9 Miller, Jason 41 Miller, Michelle '19, 1 0 6 Mills, Kaley '19, 86, 1 4 8 1 9 8 Adsflndex Mills, Katherine '19 Minyard, Jennifer Mitteer, Anthony Mobley, Brian 23, 1 13, 118 Moeding, Mike 106 Moeding, Tricia 81, 111 Moffett, Grant 58 Molina, Arica Molina, Monica Mollo, Andrew Molnar, John l'1 1 Montano, Elizabeth 10 1, 1 1 6 Montano, Michael 100, 1 1 6 Moody, Daved 60 Moody, Maurice 81, 1 4 8 Moore, Amy 60 Moore, Bobbie Jo 81, 1 5 9 Moore, Brandon 60 Moore, Mireille 6, 41, 9 8, 10 0, 1 8 5 Moreno, Michelle 60 Morey, Rebecca 81 Morgan, Steven 81 Morrell, Rick 60, 1 13, 157 Morris, Clay 60, 66, 1'11 Mosher, Jamie 41, 60 Moyer, Moyer, Heather 81 Heidi 81 Munguia, Christina 81 Muguia, Jamis Munoz, Leonardo 60, 128 Munoz, Lucia 60, 128 Murphree, Curt 41, 164 Murphy, Joseph 65 Murray, Julie 81 Murray, Richard Mutchler, Michael 4 1 Myszewski, Stacie 60 Naderer, Christine 41, 1 15 Naegle, Shawn 60 Nasser, Jami 60, 106, 1 1 1 Navarro, Phillip 60 Neff, Melissa 41 Neff, Paula 60 Neibich, John 98, 99, 1 3 '1 Nelson, Michael 60 Nelson, Regina 60, 1 15 Neukirch, Karma 81 Newberry, Charles 81 Nichols, Branden 81 Nichols, Dawnie 60 Nichols, Warde 41, 155 Nidey, Marcus 60 Niebrzydowski, Kim 6, 4 1, 1 1 6, 14 1 Nielsen, Kurt 60, l'1 1 Nielsen, Lisa 81 Nielson, Chandra 41, 102, 1 15, 12'1 Nightengale, Sharon 60, 109 Nolet, Cynthia 60, 106 Normington, Brian 81 Northern, Michelle 109 Norton, Bradley 42, 16 4, 1'1 0 Noyes, Carol 42 Noyes, David 81 Null, Carole O'Del1, Marc 81 Oakes, Brenda 42, 106 Oakes, Kinberly 60, 106, 1 1 1 Oakes, Shannon 60, 99, 106, 1 1 1 Oase, Amanda 60, 109, 1 20, 1 5 9 Obermeir,Obermeier, Heidi 60 Obermeier, Lori 60, 99, 1 59 Obolewicz, Gregory 42 Obolewicz, Raymond 6 0, 6 6, 1 4 4 Odgen, David 42 Olgin, Patricia 120 Olsen, Tiffany 60 Origer Amy 81 Orndorff, Jodi 60 Orr, Sam 81,163 Owens, Kimberly 60, 1 2 '1 Oxford, Roy 42, 106 Packard, Aimee 81, 1 0 6 Packard, Joel 28, 60, 1 0 6 Packer, Dean 81, 106 Packer, Jed Paczkowski, Alan Padilla, Jesus Padilla, Patricia Page, Brian 81 Page, Terry 42, 155, 1 '1 1 Palmer, David 81 Palmer, Kristina 60, 98,109,126,159 Palmer, Todd 1 1 1, 1 13 Park, Krista 81 Parker, Michelle 8 1 Paro, Anastacia Parry, Kathy 81, 106 Parsons, Michelle Pasco, Christine 61 Patterson, Cynthia 81, 1 5 0 Pawloski, Heather 61 Payne, Daniel Payne, Denton 4 2, 12 4 Payne, Stephanie 81 Peacock, Tamara Peaman, Valerie Peaton, Shari 61 Pendleton, Missy 42, 1 2 1, 1 4 8, 1 6 '1 Pennell, Melissa 81 Pennington, Ann 81 Pennington, William 42 Penrod, Michele 2, 1 16 Peralta, Dina 81 Peralta, Luis 61, 141 Perez, Gabriel 42, l'1l Perrone, Joseph 81, 1 5 '1 Perry, Annette 81 Perry, Joseph 81 Person, Dale 42 Peterson, David 42, 98, 102,120,141,1'11 Peterson Tana Petterson, Kari 61, 106 Pettigrew, Austin 81 Pew, Richard 6 1, 15'1 Pfeifer, Jena 42, 1 16 Phelps, Cristine 61, 98 Phillip, John 42, 135 48 157 ico, Lisa 81 ico, Robert 42 inckerton, Reese 61 oe, Nathan 81 olfus, Michael 81, 1 6 4 ollard, Keith 6 1, 10 1 olston, Donatella 42 ool, Leslie 81 orter, April 81 orter, Deanna 1 16 ospisil, Brent 81, 130 ospisil, Kimberly 42, 9 8, 10 2, 1 2 0 otter, Amberly 81 owell, Glen 61 ower, Tracy 6 1 reston, Derek 8 1, 1 63, 1 6 4 rice, Bridget 61, 133 rice, Sheri 32, 42,144 Price, Susan richard, Michelle 6 1, 98, 106, 1 13 rintz, Andrea 81 rocopio, Stephanie 81 uyear, Troy 81, 120 Ouetschenbach, Joel 8 1 Ouinones, Heidi 81 Ragland, Sunny 61 Ramirez, Esmeralda 81 Ramirez, Joann 65 Ramsier, Michael 6, 42, 4 6 , 1 5 5 Randall, Michelle 42 Rankin, Houston Rapps, Kevin 42, 160 Rawcliffe, David 81, 86, Ray, Brad 81,106 Ray, Dedria 61, 1 13, 1 1 5, 133 Ray, Larry 42, 98 Ray, Leann 61 Tay, Tanis Ray, Will III 61, 112 Reading, Scott 42 Reed, Marshall 1 2 4 Reed, Tracy 81, 109, 1 3 8 Reese, Sam 42, 120 Reese, William 61 Regnell, Lora 42, 1 16 Reh, Tina 32, 42 Repan, Denise 50, 61, 1 3 3 Revering, Denise 81, 1 0 9 Reynolds, Matt 28, 61, 1 3 5 Rice, Darwin 61 Richards, John 81 Richards, Justin 6 1, 1 5 7 Richards, Kevin 61, 1 3 2 Richardson, David 61, 1 3 3 Richardson, Teresa 63, 1 18, 1 2 0, 1 3 8 Riggs, Chandra 8, 43, 1 1 1 Riggs, Jennifer 80 Ripley, George 15, 43, 48, 155 Roberds, Tanya 15, 62, 115 Roberson, Lyell 43, 48, 109 Roberts, Christoph 80 Roberts, Shirley 62 Roblee, Dana 80 Rocha, Angel 65 Roche, Shawn 62 Rodriquez, Geri Ann 80 Rodriquez, Jennifer 80 Rodriquez, Michelle 62 Rodriquez, Ricky 62, 157 Rodriguez, Xavier 62, 137 Rogers, Nataani 80, 106 Roland, Renee 45, 48 Romeo, Sandra 65 Rosales, Michael 62 Rothenburger, Aaron 45, Row, Kimberly 82, 150 Rowe, Cheryl 62 Rowe, Geri 43, 62, 114, l 4 9, 1 6 3 Rowe, Russell 124 Royer, John 45 Rozzen, Cynthia 82 Ruelle, Shawn 43 Ruiz, Anna 43, 48, 114, 1 4 1 Ruiz, Bernave 82, 157 Ruiz, George 43, 48 Runnion, Montague 84 Runnion, Shawn 43, 45, 4 8 Runyon, Michael 43 'H W1 L , X XV X Ta 1, '1 CONORIITUIIITIONS CIIISS OI '87! W COVER MESA. FIESTA VILLAGE ALMA SCHOOL 81 SOUTHERN C602j 898 8665 TEMPE CORNERSTONE UNIVERSITY 81 RURAL 16025 968 2065 PHOENIX TOWN 81 COUNTRV 20TH ST 81 CAMELBACK Q602j 955 3863 PHOENIX BELL TOWER BELL RD 81 5'IST AVE C602D 843 2612 7ATH ST 84 APACHE TRAIL C6021 981 6399 I Q I K ' . Xxwf . , fm I I . fag-V LX fr 1 V ' EAST MESA: SUNVALLEY PLAZA I 1 IEl-DIUIUIljIU.EIIUIUIUID-UID-Cl-CIEEIIIU-UIEIIUIUIUIDI Ads f Index 19 9 Smith, Melinda 63, 98, Congratulations '87 Rushing, Shanie 64, 1 14 Rusk, Donita 43 Russell, Eric 82 Russell, Justin 82, 106 Russell, Mark 84 Russell, Todd 82 Rust, Christy 43, 48 Rvvalcaba, Alex 26, 82 Ryan, Bret 82 Ryan, Sean 62 Sakurai, Mamiko 62, 122, 1 2 3 Samaniego, Lisa 62, 98 Sanborn, Clint 82, 135 Sanchez, Sean 45, 48 Sander, Kenneth 84 Sandquist, Michele 62 Sap, Tina 62 Sass, Kevin 43, 48 Sauerbrun, Trish 62, 98, 1 3 4, 1 4 1, 1 7 6 Savell, Kerri 62, 142, 143 Sayer, Elizabeth 62 Scalon, Thomas 62, 157 Schatt, Larry 45 Schlink, Daniel 82 Schmidt, Paul 82 Schmidt, Ryan 43, 48, 98, 1 4 1 Schnepf, David 65 Scholz, Paul 43 Schultz, Mark 82 Scott, James 62, 124 Scott, Jennifer 65 Scott, Malcolm 62 Scott, Michelle 45, 176 Sechrist, Shannon 65 Serpa, Diane 43, 48, 106, 120 Serpa, Dineen 43, 48, 106, 1 2 0 Serranc, Michael 82 Sharp, Elizabeth 63 Sharp, Kayla 7, 43, 48, 98, 1 1 4, 1 4 8, 1 6 5 Sharp, Teil 82 Sharp, Tishan 43, 167 Shaver, Kimberly 65 Shaw, Julie 21, 63, 106 Sheldon, Tamara 43, 48 Shepard, Scott 82, 17 1 Shepherd, Steven 82, 1 57 2 0 0 Index Sheppard, Darla 83, 106 Sherman, Shonna 8 3, 10 6 Sherwood, Brett 63 Shields, Daniel 83 Shields, Donald 4 3, 48, 1 2 4 Shreve, Norma 83 Shreves, Tracy 63, 120 Shultz, Anastasia 63 Siciliani, Mary Jo 63, 98 Siciliani, Traci 17, 43, 48, 10 2, 1 5 8, 1 5 9 Siddall, Chris 44 Simkins, Larry 45, 48, 98, 9 9, 1 2 7, 1 2 9 Simmons, Samantha Sipple, Donna 44, 48 Sipple, Stacy 83,106,119 Skarecky, Debra 44, 48 Skarvokd, Ronetta 44, 48 Skipper, Troy 63, 157 Slade, Newell 63 Smith, Grantlund 44, 48, 1 0 6, 1 0 9 Smith, Jerad 4 4 Smith, Kenneth 44, 1 24 Smith, Lori 8 3 106, 120, 127, 166, 1 6 7, 1 7 5 Smith, Patie 44, 1 16 Smith, Richard 65 Spangler, Albert 45, 1 0 1 Sparenga, Laura 63 Sparenga, Renee Sparks, Shani 44, 48, 114, 176 Sparks, Shawn 4, 5, 83, 124, 134 Springfield, Evi 83, 165 St. Germain, Melissa 63, 1 0 6 Standage, Tracy 83 Standifird, Kathleen 63 Stapley, Shane 63 Starr, Tina 83 Stauffer, Leanne 83 Stechnij, Casey 83 Stelter, Ryan 83 Stephens, Cathy 63, 109 Stephens, Chad 63, 109 Stephenson, Stacey 6, 30, 44, 46, 48, 114, 134, -' 4 - 4 w 'lm l0nes, Nancy Reed AQ qv 1... ,T 6,2412 :L ?.::'f-29 --b'5oC'Ev. if-2?22:gs4::7:,g" s , s:'2?hLwF1f1' " W 1 GEUUNGM RCI will Sws B MQ , QQ -J . , Q, , bxgszxmx, A , ., , X X, D X4 I lb GE aloVerdeSlree! 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