Natrona County High School - Mustang Yearbook (Casper, WY)

 - Class of 1980

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X X , TZ, ,X 3 ' - 4 I I' 'nt i I e ieii 1 vsliwtyxdl ' fi I M- e, 3 E E "Fig iifiimfgl Where 'Doing' Brings Achievement ltopl With football gear in place, Kathy Kapeles mans the junior class float as she guides it to a second place finish in the class competition. labovel In the tradition of presenting the Homecoming Queen, Head football coach, Art Hill escorts Debbie Yohn to the throne. ml-f"'1l Homecoming uv- -'. :Ubi "u i ltopl Members of the 1979 Homecoming court wereg l lstanding, I to rl Brad Hill, Cindy Thorson, Boyd Wolz, lulie Gillett, Donna Nickerson, Pat Allen, Allison Nixon and Scott Boner. Sitting: 1979 Homecoming .N p . Nl gtg ark 1979-1980 1 ' ,. -. 1 -1: .f '-X ,t Queen, Debbie Yohn and King, Scott Gallinger. labovel jon Freiberg waves a friendly greeting to the crowd as Dan Chilton tries to tame the MUSTANG on the first place senior float. nr- Y- ir V-F in 4 ,,,,, g-.Nix 'IL , 1 1 Y Y wgilim QIMUW nw nm? ftopl The sophomore class float won third place in competition against the classes of 1980 and 1981. tcenterl Our Homecoming Queen and King rode in the parade with the first attendants. fabovel Band director, Mr. P. Fox, keeps in step with the NCHS marching band. l District 7941 Has New Superintendent Herman A. Boner i Assistant Superintendent , Planning 81 Development Fred E. Pierce, ED.D. Assistant Superintendent Support Services Stan H. Wheatley, ED.D. Assistant Superintendent Personnel Services Harold D. Whitefoot Assistant Superintendent Business Affairs X ,ar jacob E. Dailey, ED.D. Superintendent of Schools fvj QQ' 43 Q? ' Natrona County School District 7541 Board of Trustees: standing ll to ri joan Street, Bob lourgenson, loan Sutherland. seated: Rejane Burton, Mary Ellen Hendry, George Tennant, Chairman, and loAnn Christianson. Not pictured, Dr. C. E. Wood, Dr. john Corbett and Scott 10 Hocker. -x Faculty 1980 WY New Policies Reviewed At NCHS mg :W a - w.-lig M 'VA M 'lx ,K 3 in , .,,, W eq.,.,, ...A , Q? Jr gg f or--. ,Xm ,..., Shown pondering another day of activities at NCHS is principal, Loren Kamish. Right: One of the many duties performed by the principal is presenting awards as indicated by the picture of Mr. Kamish at work. K' Qi Q T Madzey New In Support Services 4t""""' W ,lm f xg M Robert Bush George Scott Carl Madzey Vice-Principal Vice-Principal Vice-Principal IU' .SX Mary Ann Drew Ronald Estes Dean Forbord Cecelia Rodgers jan Schulz Terry Wood ax .kk ' 1 N Asenath MacCarter Arena Scheduling Test Out CJK 'Sf' 4l:s""""s David lerde Department Chairman git. Allen Barkley john Bidwell Patrick Freiberg Sharon Kangas mag i,,f V My ' K - x-'i l' Har: ? ,,,i,.. 1 . t gy i If 1.-if ' . t y 1 i ii i,,,.l- l . ' ' , f A i A' in gm ., .. ff .1 g - 34322-3.21.3 ! f if 1 Gi t - ' ig LM? T s-- aea ' av . A W-hmm 1 ,fly if but K QELRVX 1 ffffsf .,..,,A N4v '37 VUSNCE ii' t . ll xlxvgm' 'A A ' "f t A - IRQ ' 0 is 'N-M, I A' s r , s is A is ilr' l , , ll g V , Right: Mr. Freiberg stops his work for a moment to see what the bright light interruption was as Dave jones gets ready for his interview. Above: The gymnasium waits in cold silence for the rush of students as arena scheduling gets its first test at NCHS. DE Helps Students In Business Sharing space with the ROTC department, DE coordinators Mr. Fusselman and Mrs. Hopper show they can still smile after a long and busy day of registering students in the gym, MfSgt. Smith adds his approval that all went well for him too. 15 Hands Cn Lab Experiments: Popular With Science Students Gerald Ron Brannan Asa Brooks Gary Conley Ierry d Hal Loghry Frank Stofflet Ma W l h Courses Retitled in Bus Ed Keith Ames Department Chairman Bonnie Alexander Bruce Anderson Mildred Brehm Michele Dudley 1 gt If - C ,, 1 tk. 6 - dvi' ' A Frances Franklin A 9 y Pauline Fusselman X? Jie i Cheri Madzey l as Deborah Turnbull Shielding the number of candles on their birthday cake areg lfrom leftl Bonnie Alexander, Bruce Anderson, Deb Turnbull and Michele Dudley. 'I7 Library Staff Works Hard To Meet Student Special Needs '65 Mildred Adkins Florence Axford Lawana Carley Cathy Dickman 2 i i 3 5 5 Q E Q E S 1 A Q ., 11,15 ,. Q. 2 . 8 E I Q K i l 2 3 f ki, ' ,z-.Vg V . s. Q New library aide, Mildred Adkins, stops long enough from her busy routine to let our staff photographer snap a quick picture of her. Mathematics Department Considers Curriculum Changes Don Weishaar Department Chairman 4. g Charlotte Gilbert t t M t Bill Hileman GMMW 1. ' A g NCHS math i K - i f is ,.,+ 3, instructor, Henry W g "' ' gt D s su Cundy, is pictured ' M, using the chalkboard 'Sv method of explaining , V ' 3 "'i " a complicated problem solution to We-fzftl X is algebra class. X ' bv- Henry Cundy Gerald Dalton Keith Roberts Dean Weber john Aegerter Robert Bennion Thomas Berg Gilbert Biondin Keith Moon is pictured receiving technical instructions prior to resuming work on his woodshop project from department chairman, Hank Riefke. Student Interests Served In afywm Henry Riefke Department Chairman Ps., .f '- gem ., 31' VNS --M Neil Harrington Walter Hein Anker Larsen lack Longnecker Don O'dell Norman Parrish Richard Rice Bill Tobin Robert Ward lSeatedl Bob Bennion and Bob Ward take a break during registration as new department chairman, Hank Riefke talks strategy with Norm Parrish and Tom Berg 'Elm Paul Fox Wayne Mclntire "The 0Id" Fine Art "The New" Performing Art Anne Houser Department Chairman 3 . t Q 1 .T X is St NS? iff lift EL 9' rs' 'L ff .,i,i 5 , Michael Neiman William Thomson Scott Weber john Welsh With another GUSHER deadline just days away, advisor Scott Weber doffs his coat and helps put the final copy together. uarters Enjoyed B ROTC Major Jimmie Frazier 'IstfSgt Al Smith "Will the patient survive"? seems to be the question that Laura Larson is asking the MUSTANG photographer as she demonstrates a few of the techniques she has learned in CPR training. aff f5i"517.:'f7 ,E Keeping a close watch on the monitoring controls, Major Frazier keeps the cadence in rhythm as Debbie Turner pumps away, putting new life in her model. NCHS Athletes Excelled In Many Sports Art Hill Department Chairman l Checking student schedules with vice principal Mr. Scott, department chairman, Art Hill with help from Mr. Beman, Mr. Ames and Mr. Melvin gives them his final OK. With back to camera, Mrs. Warner is looking for the end of the line. 24 jim Beman Bob Matson Roberta Martin Rich Melvin Sandra Warner Crafts: Popular Course In Home Ec Wanda Walters Department Chairwoman -is b gl an y ,M .W ., x 5, Q Q 5 Q t x 5 C y , Rn K Cathy Cantril ' . Q., , wk... f ix . fi 3 FQ.: ti 2' Q it I" g 'tg 2' Bunny Hall Diane Park M ' Kathy Teat M 0 A YS Left: Evidence of the popularity of the crafts course is shown in the finished product completed by the students. Above: Mrs. Park's 7th period class took time out from their busy schedule to pose for the annual photographer. Pictured from eft, jackie Kennedy, Kathy Edleman, Pam Chorniak, Sherry Dousa, julene Pound, Carol Dunn, Carmen C-asco, Cheryl Dunn, Tammy Boe, Gloria Seidler, Rhonda Plummer, Carla Wallace and seated is Mrs. Park. Catherine Clark Anne Houser ludy Izzarelli George Kuntzman Barbara Matteson loan Pierce Sara Sue Poynor Patrick Swanton Bill Thomson Linda Tilton Shirley Wangelin Alice Weaver English Department f-PK Studied , ii,aa is ,,V f ,.VV ag U , -fW. , S- ' f w rrf' J Tom Ring Department Chairman .1 , we Nw-V-ss--A ' ' .. C.- Qi X ,, f' l lt l W i Increased Graduation Requirements Kifxflt I -Rt at X ,N gl Aw g """ -. ' Q f s t3"'g .1 , L b y , f- Q is is ak iiii is Scott Weber s ki Thomas Weidner r gs john Welsh 'T pl Peggy Welsh W Q t ,V ' 3,16 L I e ,V s ss . fzgajzg W t,., xv! 6 K :kr . -W ' I I I k!,,.Pef.-be Nunn I ,rf t ,.., ' 'L A l W 1 ' 8 K l l N' -Wh- 4 is N ii' ,, Upper Left: Mrs. Izzarelli is pictured taking a brief break from a test review to have her photo taken for the annual. Above: jovial Mr. Swanton says, "he is ready now that he has his hair all slicked down and in place". Left: Mr. Kuntzman couldn't spare the time from his assignments for a formal pose and told us this one would have to do. D. Bush amed New Department Pat Bisiar Ed Brennan Mike Carey Barbara Dobos Chairman For Social Studies l 4 an ,V ,,,., -agp. t L it Dan Bush ' iert Department Chairman lx? f'D 4 'raft 'V' 4 'WY Katie Hill and Forrest Leff do not dare to take the chance of looking at our photographer as Mr. Miller keeps a close eye on their tests in 7th period Western Movement. f f' Q- -'- if 5 J Q' f X V il Paul Genetti Q 5 I Vi Hammit Frances Harris E 1 john Mary Kofakis john Miller Gerald Quinlan Gathering in a small conversation group, six seniors discuss some of the problems that exist in our society today with instructor, Mr. Brennan. if-N Soccer Challenges Put To Kicking Test n Field B Foreign Language Classes Noe Coto c1s1rmN 2 W Ci l?fr4fsf! at . V ' 5 Q? ,, is 4' if if , Alberta Giraldo Honia Kaczowski Ann Tollefson Robert Wallace ,,,,..,.-.14-0""' 'f 'i , Right: Mrs. Tollefson is pictured taking a break from correcting semester tests and still retaining her radiant smile. Above: New Spanish teacher, Noe Coto gives enrollment advice to student body President, Mike Vlasto as Mrs. Tollefson and Mrs. Giraldo add their r encouragement. "W"-----...a Custodians lntregal Part Of NCHS New Cafeteria Is Pleasure To Many Left: Members of the custodial staff working the day shift were: standing from left, Allen Townsend, Thelda Reamer and Lee Grimes. Seated: Oliver Odell and Bob Harris. Center picture: Night shift members of the staff were from left: Mildred Dennis, Sarah Randall, Lucy Broadnax, jackie Wright, Fred Walport, Anna Criss and Deanna Peters. Bottom: Cafeteria workers were: back row from left, joAnn Osterloh, Burnie Benson, Gloria lackman, Beulah Kaper and Dorothy Smith. Front: Winnie Clark, Rose Abel, Marie Murphy, Alma Steinfeldt and Helen Kuhn. Q A ij ,ag 31 ffice Staff Angels For Linda Baker Patricia Bennett Gloria Corrigan Dianna Ebert Beverly Estes lean Henshaw Rose Holt Vi Kinsfather The Needy 'U5?:'1r H-Q-'N -war 1 Activities 1980 Xxx 0 I A , N ? 4,....f- K ,f' . 5 K X45 N 3 A an XR X x, 5 Qi is 6? ' " - lf. 'f . .YK ,... ,W -,,. N ,,.,k . ...,, , . tt '::1 ,f5Yi?'ff k5" 1" 3'fe'4'g2fi'l55f?iHf?,, 1,61 we 555.9 fx H siiwfsk it t t A " X . 1- K V W' L K' ,,.. ,Mg :.,:3,: , .,.. iingtliki V. I t QiieetS llfebbio Yohnt King Scott Galinger fl- i 9 ,fgxftg Photo Credit Qualitone Studios Cindy Thorson And Brad Hill First Atten dants SYWLX Alllson Scott 3:55 Donna Nickergpn And M' Pat Allenkfm- Fourth Atigendgnts Fellowship Of Christian Athletes in - -Q., '16 Above, Back Row QL to RJ: Tom Ackerman, Eddie Hutton, janean Gentry, Rob Welo, Becky Bradley, Mary McCrary, Ron Sanchez. 3rd Row: Dave Fergeson, Andrea Helmick, Alison Koch, Kathy Brubaker, jill Belcher, Mike Vlastos, Carey Underwood, Susie Harris, Diana Adell. 2nd Row: Robin Christoferson, Maggie Shutts, Terri Whitefoot, john Shutts, Patti Crouch, Linda Hunnicutt, Patty Mooney. 1st Row: Carolyn Crouch, Shelley Potter, Kristen Koch, Lloyd Underwood, janet Crouch. At Right, Back Row, QL to RJ: Vice-President Kristen Koch, President Lloyd Underwood, Secretary janet Crouch, Sponsor Ron Sanchez. ,aw Sat Government Studies Progress Upper Right CL to Rl: Boys State Participants Alan Mitchell, Mike Powders, Pat Tripany, Tom Brubaker, and Todd Thompson. Lower Right QL to RJ: Cindy Thorson, Lora Yaap, Stacey Gillett, Michele Murphy. Cheerleaders Are The Spirit At NCHS fRightj Donna Nickerson and julie Gillett use Karen Christopherson and Amy Palmquist as ladders to hang signs. lbelow l to rj Senior cheerleaders were: Robin Craft, Lisa Deines, Tammy lensen, Kim Chadderdon, Karen Christopherson, Donna Nickerson, julie Gillett, Amy Palmquist, Misty Gibbs, and Debbie Dalton. There are Thirty Cheerleaders at N.C.H.S. The Cheerleaders are placed in three squads: a sophomore squad, junior varsity, and a senior squad. Each squad cheers for the respective teams. Besides cheering the girls are involved in many money making projects, school service activities and community projects. During the Summer the girls attend an U.S.A. camp. This camp is a learning experience as well as a highly competitive one. N.C.H.S. has won several superior awards, Spirit sticks, and the unity awards. junior varsity cheerleaders for the year: Sara Hansen, jamie Kepfere, Pam Brenten, Rena Thaxton, Evy Flynn, Gina Rodriquez, Lynette Hardman, Rena Ryall, Terri Burback, and Cheryl Farley. The Sophomores were: Terri O'Brien, Vicki Peters, Holly Hauffe, Laura Kirkland, Stephanie Burback, Michelle Cansing, Beth Swanson, and Amy Davis. Pictured right: Beautifully arrayed showgirls continue a special junior tradition. Left to right: Libby Reaves, Tammy Akers, Dana Farandsen, Pam Brenton, jamie Kepferle, Gina Rodriguez, Dawnda David, lan Trabing, Amber Hawkins, and janet Robertson. Below: The Paxton family anxiously anticipates the next bizarre occurrence. Pictured left to right: Geoff Lower, Marty Barnum, Dana Chamber, and Kerry Mead. l , ,,sb M W , jfgiiggi 2 5 Exit Stage Right - 4- 0" in f S 7 in M 3 fs ,. J it . 5 115 V l i ff E' f ,S V 5 9 Q? f , Z r I N " , V P . 'K -A 1 S 4, uit .Si S A NNN- W 'tinuar,ff W' X ai' 3' 5 ,sq IIHWKXK -lllx Xxx 1" AUX - ',,,,, Class Of 81 Follies Above: The annual football players number is always a crowd pleaser. Pictured are: Pam Dunston, Rob Burton, Steve Creel, Ken Meyer, Mike Stroud, Todd jourgensen, Wade Ravert and Chris Pierce. Left Swami Gupta fRob Burtonl and Ruth Paxton fKristen Carpenterl Wander on the mysteries of 1 e. 41 Casper's junior Miss M44 if jim, i M if if Senior Cindy Thorson was crowned Casper's junior Miss, Tuesday, November 27, 1979. She went on to represent Casper in the State junior Miss Competition. Thorson is interested in drama and French, and she plans to attend the University of Wyoming. Art Club Had New Sponsor Art Club Officers: President, Pat Klein, Secretary-Treasurer, Cathy Crabb. Members not pictured: Debbie Fogle, Kris Love, Bridget Navorska, Susan Terry, Tammy Wall, Pam Wilkinson, james Williams, and Mr. Neiman, sponsor. Z l Top Scott Boner Accepts the Football from Girls League President Michelle Murphy. Left: Scott Boner and his date jackie Vanderpool were among many of the students who attended Football ball. Right: Connie Garvin with her date john Knight and they take time out to talk to friends Sutton Perkins and Rob Welo. G.L.C. Sponsors Football Ball Z K Y"'U L ,N if ,. V' Q , L 2 , , ,Z L gf V Members of Girls League were: l to r: Kathy Murphy, Karen Woodruff, Nancy Ellbogen, Stephanie Burback, Beth Swanson, Hollie Hauffe, Verda Echols, Lisa Volker, Diane Reed, Pauline Rowland, Kathy Lammers, Tammy Joyner, Karen Bradshaw, Rita Murphy, Chris Pierce, and Pam Carrell. Front row: Officers for 1979-1980 were Susie Harris, President Michelle Murphy, and Totsetta Young. Not pictured: Debbie Dalton, Mary O'Keefe, Kim Chase, Gail Claar, and janet Crouch. Left: Girls League officers were: fl to rl Susie Harris President Michelle Murphy, and Totsetta Young. l Q Y 2 l Forensics Bids Mr. Thompson Farewell At right, Back Row QL to RJ: Jody Focht, Lea Crane, Mike Powders, Laora Ledford, Brad Hayden, Ben Reed, Todd Thompson, and Dave Hankins. Front Row: Kristin Carpenter, Pat Tripeny, Bob Boehler, Cindy Harrett, Kathy Logue. 46 ,fffljf Above: Left Row CB to FJ: David Hankins, Chris Hill. Middle Row: Kathy Logue, Cyndy Harnett, lodi Focht, Right Row: Lea Crane, Mike Powders, and Ben Reed. fm' 3 tli J A Q Above, QL to Rl: Hail Claar, judy Madden, Kristin Koch, Deanna Bidcheisen, and Tom Hirst 1979 80 Senior members of the National Honor Society include: Anderson, Patricia Beaudoin, Anne Boehler, Robert, Boender, Michael Bradshaw, Karen Brecheisen, Beanna, Brown, Matthew Boston, Blythe Carpenter, judith Claar, Bail Clay, Diane Dahlby, Miles Dalton, Debra Daugherty, john Ellbogen, David Forsling, Peter Gillette, Stacy Grimlie, Toni Hardesty, Lauren Harris, Susan Hirst, Tom Hollingsworth, Thomas Houston, Diane jensen, Tamala Kapeles, john Koch, Kristen Lanning, Todd Ledford, Laura Madden, judith Mahnke, Lynn Mclnroy, Brenda Millett, jess Murphy, Michelle Norman, Angela Novotny, Velvet Powders, Michael Race, Lisa Rochelle, Patrice Santistevan, Carla Shamley, Kirk Shipley, Charles Showalter, Michel Thompson, Shelly Thorson, Cynthia Toy, Diana Tripeny, Patrick Ukele, Gary Vlastos, Emanuel Waters, Gregory Whitefood, Terri Winders, Stacy Yaap, Lora 1979-80 junior members of the National Honor Society Adell, Diana Ferguson, David Barnum, Martin Haagg, Mike Bertagnole, Cynthia Hgrning, Paula BFOWYL Anne Ito, Cheryl Chambers, Dana Klein, Horace Christensen, Troy Logue, lim Christoferson, Robin Manning, Kelly Crouch, janet Murphy, Rita David, Davvnda Nastasi, Ancela Donlin, Elleen Porter, David Race, Laura Reasoner, Brian Riley, Patricia Robinder, Kay Shamley, Debora Smith, Arthur Stockton, Mary Thaxton, Rena Trimmer, Linda le t 29 juniors inducted into N S Mr. Mustang Pageant tt A r 3-- Above Left: Dave Demattia poses in the Mr. Mustang Pageant as Scott Boner and Rob Burton watch from the back. Above Right: Kim Chadderdon and Amy Palmquist present a skit during the Mr. Mustang Pageant. Lower Right: Mike Akers proudly received the Mr. Mustang award while Ken Mayer looks on in the background. on-sq. Above: Two of Chemistry Club's members Ueftj Brenda Mclnroy and frighty Lisa Race practice with chemistry models. Chem Club: A Learning Process For Grade Schools Activities Abound In Foreign Language At Right, 1980 German Club. Standing QL to RJ: Hugh Peace, Bob McFall, Hobby Klein, Harald Puetz, Sam Styles, Paul Dau. Sitting: Chris Hill, Pete Koprowiez, Chris Mangus, Marc Yarns, and Wendy Schuetz, German Club sponsor. fNot Picturedl: Robert Wallace. Lower Right: German exchange student Harald Puetz, , 2,57 50 i ., We Q., Upper Left: Mike Vlastos Qleftl and Mr. Coto Qrightl warm up for the Foreign Language soccer game on Sundays. Upper Right: Gerald Mitchell receiving French class award for the best foreign film at the Annie Awards. At Left: Spanish Teacher Mrs. C-iraldo. 51 Above, Back Row QI to rj: jamie Scheeler, Diane Wagner, Brenda Threlkeld, jennifer Tiedge, Lisa Miller, lodi Sherrill, Shannon Bertagnole. Front Row: Deanna Brecheisen, Tammy Bither ' 1 Flagline Shows It s Colors ! NCTV'S Fourth Year The television crew at NCHS produces many types of video shows and some of them are seen on Channel 12, the public broadcasting station in Casper. This year the studios at the station were completely remodeled, forcing Mustang Media Magazine off the air for six months, but the TV class video-taped a variety of programs during that time, including a special program for junior high students explaining the vocational program at high school, the Mr. Mustang Contest, the CY junior High Variety Show, and the class wrote and produced its own "Wednesday Night Live" satire show. Merri Evenson and Greg Schieferstein won the awards for the outstanding people in television, while Pat Klein won best TV actor and Debbie Fogle won the most improved TV person award. The control room at Channel 12 is a busy place as the Mustang Media crew get ready to do a show. Merri Evenson interviews Pat Klein while Debbie Fogle and Greg Schieferstein record them on the Mustang Media Magazine. 'Y he 3 If ,ff Qi Standing fl to rj: Penny Gottlob, Secretary, Pam Wilkinson, Gigi Atkins, ' Susie Greenwood, President, Brenda 1 if Faul, Leslie Keeler, Evelyn Seffker, ,B y S ,,isi, , Carol Seaman, and Barb Nickerson. P Seated: Maureen Ogle, Leta Allen, -5' A i s S X,c .0 . .,...W+- P .. X. Gloria Siedler, Lisa Soffe, Cheryl Burwell, Carol Dunn, Donna Seaman, Karen Maluchnik. Not Pictured: Connie Esterholt, Leiha Scott, Shawna Reinhardt, Brenda Grosso, jamie Manasco, Carol Wallace. Sponsor Debbie Turnbull. ,Q sf, . , ,. sc, NJ ir 6 f,'f x.- ,X Nike Club Becoming oticed , .. .gi PRE5 Standing fl to rl: Student body officers were: President, Mike Vlastos, Treasurer, Pat Tripeny. Seated: Vice- President, Mary O'Keefe, Secretary, Kristen Koch. Members of student council were: standing fl to rl: Dan Chilton, Tim Miller, Kristen Koch, Chris Hill, Mary O'Keefe, Pat Tripeny, Ralph Nickerson, Kristen Carpenter, Alan Mitchell, Robin Christopherson, Clark Haas, and Andrea Helmick. Seated: john Daughtery, Mike Vlastos, Linda Trimmer, and Dan Ferguson. 55 Top Right: Samuel and Lilly are astonished when they find out what their step-mother did with her money. ll to rl: Deanna Brecheisen and Stuart Hill. Below Right: Mrs. Savage QLori Dietrichl ponders over what to do with her money. Below Left: Fairy Mae and Florence deam of days gone by. ll to rj: Brenda Eggleston and Michelle Murphy. i rt' li The Curious Savage 1980 'Ni 1 V X yy -lx M-...bw-M Cast of Characters The Guest Florence Michelle Murphy Mrs. Paddy lan Fritsch Fairy Mae Brenda Eggleston jeffrey Scott Boner Hannibal lon Freiberg The Family Ethel Lori Dietrich Lilly Belle Deanna Brecheisen Samuel Stuart Hill Titus Craig Cavanah The Staff Dr. Emmett Bryan lones Miss Wilhelmina Mary Schulte Above: Mrs. Paddy gets everybody's attention by going into one of her electrifying speaches. ll to rj: Lori Dietrich, Brenda Eggleston, lan Fritsch, jon Freiberg, and Scott Boner. Below Left: Mrs. Savage's step-children, Titus and Lilly Belle, discuss their step-mother's condition with Dr. Emmett. fl to rl: Craig Cavanah, Deanna Brecheisen and Bryan jones. R.O. At Right, Back Row QL to RJ: Bill Everly, and Frank Hack. Middle Row: Duane Small, Dale Hanson, and Kristi Selby. Front Row: Barbara Leeson, Clifford Burt, Rock Selby, Micky Anderson. Lower Right Back Row lL to Ri: David Worth, Tank Guenther, and David Geiger. Middle Row: Doug Fowler, Glenn Summers Clarence Darlin Phili ussel g, p I , Gregory Waters, john Wienke Front Row: Karen Gold, Michelle lussel, David Bauer, Brenda Kingston, Lee Walters, and Timothy Bryant. i 3 1 15 QW 3 4 W l 1. fm.s,t, M ,. V wffnneiad '35 ip, Wm, ,,,,f,,i5, i i X Eff X Upper, Back Row QL to Rl: Phillip Falcinelli, joel Wienke, Steve Royal, and Marshal White. Middle Row: Debbie Turner, George Rosencrans, Tom Lineweber, lame Williams, Marva T First Row: Kevin Roland, Laura Larson, Eric Timperly, lay Long. Lower, Back Row CL to RQ: Linda Hurley, Warren Geiger. Front Row: Steve Royal and Brett Price. 5 ra, il? :saw 5 aylor S -., jk V rw ifROGRESSttHARt, f W-9' I t . 'JC' Above, Back Row QL to RJ: Tank Guenther, Gregory Waters, Steve Royal, and Frank Hack. Front Row: lay Long, Kevin Roland, and Lee Walters. Lower: R.O.T.C. Members Dwane Small, Warren Geiger, Sam Sharp, Mickey Anderson, Tom Lineweber, Linda Hurley, Karen Gold, and Marshall White, march in the Homecoming parade. ss 'N -1 R.O.T.C. has New Facilities Above: Duane Small receives an award from Major Frazier while his parents and his date look on. Lower: Gregory Waters salutes the camera with his date Shana Stienman and his father next to him. Right: Brad Hayden, Scott loyner, and their dates dance at Sweet Heart Ball. Sweet Heart Ball 1980 , si nag Q THB BALL ,i ? Right: Dan Chilton, loanie Thompson, Todd Swanson, and julie Gillette enjoy dancing at Sweet Heart Ball. Far Right: Dan Chilton receives the traditional kiss from his date loanie Thompson. Todd Swanson is pictured giving a helping hand. l 62 Ali' A J it,, The Future Farmers of America consisted of: Above: Back Row l to r: Ronica Pinn, Bernice Rodford, joe Garner, Ron johnson, Robbin Annis, Bob Britain, and Kelly Straud. Standing: Bud Fenster, Kevin Robinett, Tracy Baures, Neil Williams, jeff Roberts, David Tescher, Gordon Whittams, and Kelly Britain. Seated: Michelle Haygood-Chapter Sweetheart Io Glynn-Reporter, jeff Schaff-Sentinel ludy Carpenter-Vice-President, Ted Skogen, President, Billie lo johnson-Sect., Mike McCleary, Treasurer, and Mr. Harrington, Advisor. Pictured at right: Standing: Keith Robbinett-Delegate at Large, Tracy Baures-Parliamentarian, Neil Williams-Delegate at Large. Seated: Michelle Haygood, I. O. Glynn, jeff Schaff, ludy Carpenter, Ted Skogen, Billie lo johnson, Mike McCleary and advisor, Mr. Harrington. Ag. Classes Growing in Size. 63 Mr. P. Fox amed To Head Band '5 Y ,tv A' L. Above Photos: The Stage Band rehearses with some of the Choir members for their final concert in the spring of 1980. The 1979-80 Marching Band Members Alexander, Mike Anderson, Pat Hale, Stephanie BHYCFI, Bill Hicks, Ken Bothel, Trenda Higgins, Margie Brown, Ab Higgins, Nancy Cunningham, lim Higgins, Theresa Dablby, Mafiefa Hillegass, Dale Dahlby, Miles Holgate, Chad David, Dawnda Jensen, David Dickinson, jack Key, Ted Dockham, Orinn Lefevre, Carol Durham, Carl Leslie, Tracey Durham, Chris Linfgrd, john Forsyth, Lori Logue, jim Fowler, Doug Mascarenas, Val Fox, Pete Matteson, Debbie Gilbert, Bret McKnight, BJ. Goodman, Guy McKnight, Dan Gossin, Amy Mestas, Debbie Haines, Debbi Murphy, Melissa WGTGI Orr, Shawn Osterloh, jeff Pearce, Chris Reasonor, Brian Riegert, Myra Riley, Patty Robinder, Kay Rose, Debbie Rowland, Kevin Sevon, jeff Simmons, jo Sprenger, Nancy Taggart, Mary Tozer, Sam Tripeny, Maria Walker, Vicki Yeamans, Lori Ziniel, Lori Hard Work, Long Hours, Put In By ,Mpnf I 5 -'Mini -,,,,.,,. ,, N ,fvi U , 5, r-W 66 mmwmmww Staff Cf 'I979 80 Yearbook Clockwise from opposite page, upper left picture: Yearbook photographer Lynn Knopic slices up some film. Yearbook editor Kent Beardesly goes through the box of pictures. Tammy Bitner, Senior Staff Member, works on the senior class pictures. jamie Woodward Senior Staff Photographer works in the darkroom developing pictures. Seniors Sandy Potler lleftj and julie Parlet fright, work on the advertising pages of the yearbook. Sophomore Class Editor Kevin Budack, junior Class Editor Gloria Siedeler, and Yearbook Editor Kent Beardesly. Senior Tina Reed helps put together the advertising pages of the 1979-80 Yearbook. 67 Prom Royalty '79-'80 A441 h V.,wr -'S ' h Q. 'mm' It wkdnka xc af 4 Amy Mrk C SH 55 isa he a, ay tl f, +I: 's Qs-- , ..X. in x w X N S35 ,sh ,Qkig g Q' ' 'R Qt .Mi w.S.,. xx: g X5 , kk x lk , : 1,igfgi A xc- .' 5 X . , X fkg. . 'aku ,. Public Performances Big Part Of Orchestra Orchestra Members warm up before playing for The Unsinkable Molly Brown. 'M l ' -bt 'Qtr Pictured Above: Members of the Gusher Staff were fl to rl: Pete Monfre, Todd Thompson, Wendy Schuetz, Nicki Beaudion, Michelle Nickell, Barb Baker, Sponsor, Scott Weber, Marcia Andreen, Scott Gallinger, Bryan jones, and jerry Mitchell. Not Pictured: Brad Hayden and Rob Meloy. Munn fr 9 lulnv g Q2 llllllt w 3 l IU!! v l v l I GUSHER THE NCHS NEWSMAGAZINE Published monthly by the students of Natrona County High School, CY Ave. at Elm St., Casper, WY 82601. Editor-in-Chief .4...,.,..,...,..., . . . Bryan Jones Assistant Editor . , . .,.,. Rob Meloy Photo Editor .,.,.. Sports Editor ..,.., Advertising Manager . Business Manager . A . Writers ...,,..... Photographers ..., Cartoonist .,,,,... . , Brad Hayden . Jerry Mitchell Scott Gallinger Marcia Andreen , . . . . . Jamie Ludvigson, Nicki Beaudoin . . . Todd Thompson, Wendy Schuetz Pete Monfre ......,,.....,.....,.....,,SusanGray Ad Staff ....... Michelle Nickell, Barbara Baker, Marcia Andreen, Kathy Lammers, Becky Brashear Typist .,.. ......,.....,...,...,..... W endy Schuetz Adviser .... ............................ S cott T. Weber WHSSPA All-State Award 1977-78 Quill and Scroll International Second Place Award 1978 Quill and Scroll International First Place Award 1979 Member of Quill and Scroll since March 10, 1927 USHER Had New Sponsor The Unsinkable Molly Brown The 1980 spring musical, May 1-3, was the Unsinkable Molly Brown. The show was based on the real story of the Colorado social climber who became a footnote to history when she survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912 by her domineering management of a lifeboat, and so became known as "the unsinkable Mrs. Brown." Above: Molly, played by Amy Palmquist, sings "Belly Up to the Bar, Boys" with some of the miners. At right: Molly talks to the Princess DeLongg Cindy Thorson, while the Prince DeLongp Steve Grussendorf, listens in. my ,ff 'f ef , ' fi 2 f fi in M 7 WF? I ,., W ,,,,, , , f, if 'W ,Y, g?L 'lfii 2 Q ,,., ,V 9 3 l -if , ry ,.,,: In , f ly M Ji a 'N V K 3: L. , xi' - -ferry: - . ,A K Above: Amy Palmquist as Molly Brown is raised high in the hit number "Belly Up to the Bar, Boys." At left: Molly talks to her husband, johnny "Leadville" Brown, played by Boyd Wolz, 1980 President of the International Thespian Society, Troupe 111. 73 C-Club Banquet Features Pat Dye As Guest Speaker Pat Dye, new head football coach, at the University of Wyoming, keeps everyone amused during this year's annual C-Club Banquet. Below, outgoing senior C-Club members pose together one last time. on Q . 4 Q - W' '-' fllft 1 ,, Q , i vi' s f? K ti ' r la 19 ' - ii at 1 Above, C-Club Blanket recipients for 1980: fback rowj Matt Berrett, Dean Mahaffey, jeff Compton, Dennis Rate, Greg Wheatley and Scott Boner. lFront rowl Tom Brubaker, Dori Claunch, Mary O'Keefe, Jeanne Lammers and Todd Pomroy. Left, jeff Compton looks satisfied as he leaves the dinner table. I I Q' 75 Seniors Feted At Honors Assembly At right lL to Rl: Boyd Wolz, Martin Barnum and Bryan jones receive an award at the awards assembly. Below are pictured members of the Gusher Staff QL to Rl: Bryan jones, Rob Meloyf lerry Mitchell, Brad Hayden, Todd Thompson, and Scott Gallinger. X ,2 E 76 ,r U :"3+Qa ,pllllu .g CF' ,M-wwf L- f J. -ill. I W1 ,i hd .. ir, 5 X x . 3 f X -V . hawk 'ac Upper Left, Patty Anderson receives an award from Mr. Fox. Upper Right: Merri Evenson leaves the stage after receiving an award at the awards assembly. Left, student council president Mike Vlastos receives an award from Mr. Welsh. 77 Thespian Productions Well Received Above, Brenda Eggleston receives an award at the Thespians Spotlight dinner while Tom Brubaker looks on. At right, Thespian President, Boyd Wolz, voted the most outstanding male actor, made remarks after receiving his award at the Spotlight dinner. 49+ W f ggi g ati. 4.-s S2 X ' Q .S A I K, .,, i Q K ' , 'Q -- eil 4 1 Q Above left: Mr. Welsh addressed the members at the Thespians Spotlight dinner. Above right, Amy ' Palmquist, voted outstanding female actress, expresses her delight when the announcement was made. The Curious Savage The Unsinkable Molly Brown Small Vocal Groups Appeared In Back Row QL to RJ: Mike Alexander, Patti Bertrand, Boyd Wolz, Meg Flaim, Daileen Stegelman, Shela Stratton, Roger Weber, Debbie Callies, Bryan jones, lo Anne Cannon. Middle Row: Barry McCarty, Penny Gottlob, Stacy Winders, Kelly Cook, Scott Rhoades, Pam Carrell, Cathy Kapeles, Bret Holga, Susan Claar, Toni Grimlie, Steve Gruesendorf, and Alex McHatlie. Front Row: Daileen Stegelman, Melissa Davis, Martin Barman, Kristin Koch, Sussan Barella, David Mclroin, Terri Whitefoot, Banette Smith, jeff Sears - Drums. Not pictured, Greg Fox. Public Many Times Row 1: Theresa Garvin, Amy Davis, Debbie Bertagnole. Row 2: jennifer Copen, Rhonda Gay, Sharon Boender, Terri O'Brien, Laura Kirkland. Row 3: Karen Woodruff, julie Bader, Sandy Epperson, Terra Gillett. Row 4: Robin Treadwell, Mary McCrary, jill Bowlsby, Wendy O'Conner. 81 Mclntyre Receives Community Service Concert Choir I Brockman, Tracy Burton, Terry Buturla, Cindy Darling, Peggy DeLuca, Debbie Ellsworth, Cindy Farrell, Renae Flinn, Susan Gilmore, Deanna Gossert, Debbie Griffin, Holly Griffin, Leah Hill, Kay Ingram, Brenda loyner, Crystal Kern, Wendy Kessler, Kelly Land, Wanda Lawson, Charlotte Leach, Susan Mathes, Chris McCrar Stac yr Y McDonald, Rhonda Norcross, Sarah O'Conner, Wendy Renick, Robin 82 Award Rudy, Frank Schmidt, David Schuman, Nancy Sjostrom, Katrina Steinback, Kathy Thorpen, jim Tuss, Matt Wagner, Diane Wells, Brad Wolf, Patty Concert Choir Il Adams, Vonnie Andrews, Patricia Andrus, Frances Ashburn, Pat Avey, Amy Barella, Susan Barnish, Lynae Brackett, jerylin Brown, Carol Cannon, JoAnne Chisum, janelle Clark, Gina Cochran, Val Combs, Kris Dawson, jennifer DeLuca, Susan Duncan, janet Foster, joe Gottlob, lim Henrie, Monte Hibbs, Doreen Higgins, Theresa Horning, Paula johnson, Laurie Ioyner, Tammy Keltz, Mona Kinnison, Connie Klocksiem, Steve Lansing, Michele Lawien, Tracy Mathes, Brenda Mock, Teri Odell, Dan Razabek, Randy Rowland, Kevin Seffker, Evelyn Schuppan, Sonja Thompson, Kellie Tilton, Lindsey Wallace, Warren Whitefoot, Kathi Wolz, Boyd R. nf M ww . ,ag ,L Q Golden Test Tube Award's 2nd Year Q'-is UP, X mm' Above: The recipients of the 1980 Golden Test Tube Awards are: Back Row QL to RJ: Mike Hods, jeff Lower Brian Resoner, also pictured is Mr. Rizzi. Front Row: Robin Christoferson, Chris Rizzi, jennifer Aley, Kerry Lanhom, and Misty Gibb. Graduation A Time of Recollections Upper Left: Don Conger has his picture taken in his graduation cap and gown while still at N.C. Upper Right: Pictured is Rita Ramsey fleftj and Lynn Knopik Qrightl. At right, jamie Bluer Qleftj, and Lisa Barelle Qrightl. """' www ,, M., Awww - 5- 'CV ., ,1-Q' .wfqiliz "Q A L-'k: :m - L -'1' - K g X. A x 2 'i K 5 W5 A 5 EA . -wg . W,.. M, ,X,XQ1W,.. MW ,,.. L x ANA -:f,.:mQ'Y'9NNT w'hh N QxfAh S 5 , . W W N vm---qi W t K - -m .V I W Z.. ,, ,.. LL.. H, . m S m y . ' iff KN Q K ,. .S I K- z,'-- -,G .. :TQ ii M al W' W Q15 . Q 4 N' - .. E . .,.,: ., . ,Q 1 M . I RJR. N.. w 4, .x... 4! x ,SAN D.E.C. QL to Rl: Lynn Bell, Mary Hopper, Scott Novotny, Curly Fusselman. 86 A. Provides Business Experience 1st Row QL to RJ: Debbie Callies, Lisa Banks, Dawn Barr, Tina Evans, Kim Robinson. 2nd Row: Chris Nathis, Bambi Anderson, RexAnn VanBlarcum, Kristin Carpenter, Mary Ann DePorter, Paige Daniels, Lynne Parsons. 3rd Row: Mike Rose, Terry O'Hearn, Deanna France, Carol Dunn, Cheryl Dunn, Kim Grace, Dan Horkan, Caryn Calder. 4th Row: Frank Hack, Robin Ogale, Rick Maxwell, joe Foster, lim Soneson, Brad Hill, Dan Leff, Brett Scherck, Bill Woodward, Dave Benardis. 1st Row QL to RJ: Cindy Bauman, Diane Legerski, Sheila Rone. 2nd Row: Debbie Deluca, Linda Mair, Vicke Thompson, Sande Epperson, Shelli Rodgers, Debbie Potter, Kenny Pitts, Gar Mairs, Sam Daniels, Terry Daigle, Mike McDaniels. 4th Row: Kent Mundy, Steve Creel, Shawn Orr, Steve Schall, Randy Watson. Above QL to RJ Debbie Dlssette Susan Carpenter Pam Albers Carol Prince Wendy Albers. 87 Top QL to Rj 1st Row: Debbie Dissette, Susan Carpenter, Carol Prince, Pam Albers, 2nd Row: Debbie Potter, Shelle Rodgers, Wendy Albers, john jaure, Rodney Drury, jenny Hill. 3rd Row: Randy Rezabek, Brett Scherck, Dan Horkan, Mary Hopper, Lynn Bell. Right QL to Rj 1st Row: Debbie Kottwitz, Marva Taylor, Kim Torrans, Lisa Dickey, Denise Fleming, Margaret Gomez. 2nd Row: julie Diesburg, Kevin jerome, Scott Rhoades, Tammy Ridgeway, Totsetta Young. 3rd Row: Carol Prince, Pam Albers, Toni Hoist, Rita Herold, Dona Hunter. 4th Row: Lis johnson, Rick Chase, Alan Stong, jim Hailgen Bottom QL to Rj 1st Row: Bonnie Feist, Leta Allen, Brenda Wallace. 2nd Row: Debbie Dissette, Peggy Wales, Libby Reaves, Susan Carpenter, Susan Winders, jenny Hill. 3rd Row: Ralph Nesta, Martha Barnhardt, Mike Abbott, Mike Royce, james O'Neill, Tony Tudor. 4th Row: Kevin Hale, jeff Galles, Dena Roberts, Darrel Smith, Patty Terry, Summer Burridae, Bill Cheatham, Dave Luptone, Bruce Severson. T" ,,.f Athletics 1980 t'X, x6Ts ' .sv ' M 'rg .M- gr . SY , ,, N LL., ,L L VL W,LL : g , ,,i il 'M , 1iq Nifggntgsggg if Football Team Has Good Season. 1979 NATRONA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL MUSTANGS - Front row, left to right: Tony Cercy, John Daugherty, Ray Clanton, Tom Hartnett, Matt Brown, David Ellbogen, Greg Wheatley, Denny Rate, Scott Boner, Rob Lewis, Rob Burton. Second row: Coach Hill, Mike Michaels, Brent Christensen, Pat Ashburn, Matt Berrett, Tom Bmbaker, Tom Gregory, Jerry Allen, Scott Smith, Tom Loranc, Evan Dickson, Mark Munsell, John Kapales, David Harris, Danny Left, Leon Cunningham. Third row: Coach Aegerter, David D'Mattia, Tracy Clark, Rory Jepson, Greg Evanotf, Dick Tobin, Ken Mayer, Wade Ravert, Rick Thompson, Pete Louhdagin, Mike Stroud, Theron Lautzenhaiser, Dave Brown, Chris Gattls, Bob Radke, Todd Jepson, Coach Carey. Fourth row: Coach Jerde, Mike Anderson, Keith Stetson, Todd Jourgenson, Chester Cleaver, Glenn Belt, Steve Creel, Brad Haverlock, John Beaver, David Hansen, Shawn DeJaynes, Rick Randell, John Doherty, Rob Ericson, Bill Nyberg, Coach Hlleman. Eifth row: Lane Lindsey, Jeff Maddy, Kurt Kornkven, Keith Vlastos, Jeff Casper, Eric Ericson, Lynn Simmons, Doug Shadling, Jeff Truchot, John Skinner, Bob Quarve, M.J. Webb, John Sides, Jeff Ryan, Coach Matson, Sixth row: Mark Ristan, Scott Griffin, Rich Boberg, Roxy Helfrlck, Trey Hawkins, Fritz Homing, Gordon Smith, Tom Plckard, Bill Diver, Monte Jones, Tom Wolch, Don Sides, Brad Genke, Ralph Cardinal, Greg Mortimer. Above Left: Mustangs edge the Trojans in the Oil Bowl. Above right: Scott Boner blocks for the grimly determined Denny Rate. Left: Greg Wheatley, Pat Ashburn, and Dennis Rate lead the team on to the field before the game. NC Retains Gil Bowl Trophy Varsity Back row ll to rj Tom Brubaker, Tom Gregory, jerry Allen, Scott Smith, Dave Harris, john Kapeles Middle row: Coach Hill, Evan Dickson, Tom Loranc, Matt Berrett, Greg Wheatley, Dennis Kate, Scott Boner, Rob Burton, Mark Munsell, Coach Hileman. Front row: Tony Cercy, Ray Clanton, Tom Hartnatt, Matt Brown, David Ellbogen, john Daugherty, Robb Lewis. junior Varsity Back row ll to rj David Hansen, Rich Randle, David Brown, jeff Truchot, Todd lourgenson, Steve Creel, Chester Clever, Leon Cunningham. Middle row: Coach Aegerter, Shaun Dejanes, Brad Haverlock, Glen Belt, lohn Bever, Theron Lautzenheiser, Mike Stroud, Ken Mayer, Pete Loundagin, Wade Ravert, Coach Carey. Front Row: Bob Radke, Rory Jepson, Lynn Simmons, Rick Thomson, Dick Tobin, Greg Evanoff, Mike Michaels and Chris Gaddis. MQ, " V ,, .,,.,, ,,,, af ,, . 1 Y nf f ' f 7 V JV . 2 ,. , tx, H ,,,V,,5at,fgt 1 U --A I5 V . ,, ,ff ,M I I .ill Q,- ' ' W' Sm. I f , 1 ' Y' A 1 " W 2 - is W g W -Z -if at Q--1 i riii , ' V IV Y I A A , , ,n.,,, , V M , a n ,Lila m y 1 if ,V , i Jw K, 1 ?x , F 'R .5 ' yfxiu 4. a, ,gg 7' . ' . A L it --...x f4"""' Sophomore Varsity Back row Q l to rj Mark Ristau, Tom Pickard, jeff Maddy, Bill Diver, Roxy Helfrick, Ralph Cardinal, Monte jones, Tom Walsh, Coach Matson. third row: jeutg Vlastos, john Skinner, Gordon Smith, Lane Lindsay, jurt Lornkven, Cliff Tholl, Bill Nyberg, Scott Griffin, Coach jerde. Second row: jim Doherty, Troy Hawkins, Dave Demattia, Don Sides, Doug Stradling, john Sides, jeff Casper, M.j. Webb, Louis james, Fritz Horning. First row: Mike Anderson, Brad Geuke, Rich Boberg Keith Stetson, Bob Quarve, Rob Erickson, jeff Ryan, Tracy Clark, Greg Mortimer, Eric Erickson, Todd jepson. Denny Rate cradles the ball while plowing through the KW defense. Varsity scores: N.C. 34- Riverton 0, N.C. 15- Billings Senior 13, N.C. 22- Cheyenne East 13, N.C. 14- Laramie 24, N.C. 27- Cheyenne Central 28, N.C. 30- Rapid City Stevens 14, N.C. 36- Sheridan 0, N.C. 42- Gillette O, N.C. 9- Kelly Walsh 6. N.. Q , N E :Xi ,ki , M M K, ,hug ,A .. N he V K 5 . L 5,415 , -if 2 T Q. T - as 2 5 . q '-- ' 'Ks N . a . - ' .Mg Tsskti i The N.C. Girls Tennis team had a 10 win 2 loss season. The N.C. girls defated Central for the championship. Rita Murphy and Eileen Donlin won first in doubles and Tricia O'Keefe and Shana Steinman took third. In singles Mary O'Keefe won fourth. Michelle Murphy and Amber Hawkins also played for N.C. At State the girls won the second place trophy. Eileen Donlin and Rita Murphy placed second in doubles. Mary O'Keefe was recognized as the outstanding Senior. The team was coached by Vi Hammit. Tennis Sweeps Conference. The N.C. Boy's tennis team had an 11 win and 1 loss season. Natrona won first at Conference, Mark Murphy won second in singles and Mark Neese third. The doubles team of Buddy johnson and Mike Nixon placed second. Also playing were Todd Lanning, Hoddy Klein, Todd Tompson, David Fergerson, and Chuck Hawley. At State, N.C. won the Championship defeating East by fifteen points. Mark Murphy won first in singles and Mark Neese took second in singles. In doubles play Buddy johnson and Mike Nixon placed fourth. The team was coached by Vi Hammit. The Chamber of Commerce recognized Mark Murphy as the outstanding High School Tennis Champion for Wyoming. Mark Neese was given the outstanding senior award. NC Golfers - Young, Promising mwmdamf Members of the fall golf team were: Peck, Mike Dalton and Kirk Sherer. 96 2 , , I 'Haan 9 Coach Wood, Mike Layton, Rex Byron, Greg Colman, lon Myers, jamie 1979-80 NCHS Golf - The Mustang golf team finished its fall season with a sixth place showing at the State AA golf tournament in Sheridan. Rex Byron, the iii NC golfer, led the team with his 3rd place finish, only three strokes behind the state champion. Other members of the traveling squad for the 1979 AA state golf championship team were Mike Dalton, 112, Greg Colman, ii3, jon Myers, 114 and Brad johnson 115. In the other three tournaments held in the fall, the Mustangs placed 3rd in the Lander lnvitational with Greg Colman as a medalist, 3rd at the Douglas lnvitational where jon Myers was the 113 medalist, and fifth at the Laramie Invitational. Other NCHS golfers who will be competing for spots on the team are Kirk Sherer, David Guy, Bill Laub, jamie Peck, Mike Dwyer, Martin Del Monte, Troy Trujillo, Doug McGee, Pat Byron and Steve Wood. Pictured above is the spring golf team. Back row from left are: Greg Colman, jamie Peck, Rob Wallace, Brian Reasoner, David Guy and Not identified. Front row: jon Myers, Mike Dalton, Kirk Sherer, Nfl, Nfl, and Steve Wood. S ' at rv: to HM ' Nm 13,4 bi' kv 'W YY Mustang Boys Track Team, Top Row ll to rj: Bryce Randall, Shawn Southerland, Matt Keating, Gregg Herbert, Bruce Crowell, Tom Moore, Rob Welo, jeff Compton, Todd Pomeroy, Ralph Nickerson, Marty Roszel, Pat Bragassa, and Dean Mahaffey. Middle Row: Rich Boberg, Fred DeVore, Keith Stetson, Lane Lindsey, Nick Bouzis, Mike Dwyer, Dave Kennedy, Dave Harris, Ray Clanton, Dennis Rate, john Kapeles, Dan Chilton, and Scott Boner. Seated: Dwayne jozwik, Shaule Bisiar, Larry Atkinson, Bill Diver, Greg Evanoff, Geoff Ristau, Keith Moon, Dave Bush, Wade Ravert, Tracy Clark, jeff Ryan, and Brad Geuke. Front Row: Charles Unangst, Mgr., Tom Fallon, Fritz Horning, Evan Dickson, Pete Loundagin, Rick Thomson, Bob Works, Terry Daigle, and Todd Ennenga. 98 '1g,,ff-ww' ,V ,,g gy 3 , l 5 W' Via, ff! All H' E A' 735 ii? , ,,,,V7V ,,.,,, iriiii T arfss or Q M W,,Z.1,m ,,.,, 1 .,,. Q K. ,L if 6 ,g ,, , A A Dean Mahaffey and Rob Welo train for their next track meet. Boys Track Takes 3rd At State waz: . gwkga aa 5 f Q 1 M339 9 Before the meet, Mary Burrough, Coach Estes, Keith Stetson, Coach Melvin, Bruce Crowell, and Brad Geuke plan their strategy. J QR V qt. or tilit if if S' yd -etm f 't,,,.. - ar. T., f .k,k . s t ,k,:.k:c,,, . . Above Left: The 1980 2-Mile Relay Team fl to rj: Marty Roszel, Dean Mahaffey, Rob Welo, and jeff Compton. Above: Dean Mahaffey, State Record holder in the 3200 meter run and the 1600 meter run. v Sophomores Win City Tournament Above, Back Row fl to rl: Michelle Hirst, Cindy Buturla, Nancy Elbogen, lane Schuman, lanet Duncan, Rhonda Gay, Kris Combs, Diana Melrose, Verba Echols. Front Row: Kathy johnson, Diane Wagner, julie Bader, Coach: Laura Bo au. Lisa Voelker prepares to set up the ball in volleyball practice. The Varsity volleyball team experiences a 6 win to 12 loss season. M 'evwawv W ,Q W,,,,,,,.,.-. ,,,.,f5. MWMHW-MWMWMW Left, Back Row fl to rl: Debbie Yohn, Linda Tucker, Lisa Volker, Chris Pierce, Mary Burroughs. Middle Row: Pam Dunston, Teresa Barrella, Tammy Dalgarn, Dori Claunch, leanne Lamners. First Row: Val Cochran, Susie Eades. Left, Front Row fl to rj: Mary Burrough, Tammy loyner, Shannon Compton, Connie Garvin. Middle Row: Marcie Stewart, Teresa Barella, Anne Brown, Pam Dunston, Darla Drusee. Back Row: Patty Schmidt, Kerry Lanham. 101 lpine Skiers Place High In State ,xswi C KZ-Us lar- Alpine Skiers were il to rl: Dave Ferguson, Geoff Lower, Eileen Donlin, Paul Perry, Tricia O'K5eefe, Mary O'Keefe, Coach Anker Larsen, Paulette Perry, Dan Ferguson, and Dave Kid . Winflose Record jackson, boys-2nd girls- 3rd Pinedaleg boys-4th girls-4th Cody, boys-3rd girls-2nd Laramie State Meet, boys-4th girls-3rd Dalton's Eye on Sophomores Above: Sophomore A Team CL to Rl: Top Row, Fred Devore, Warren Wallace, Keith Stetson, Scott Hoberg. Bottom Row, Todd Jepson, Greg Mortimer, Mike Dalton, jamie Peck, Coach Wood. At Right, Back Row QL to Rl: David Guy, Brett Reed, Herbie Rikstraw, Cliff Tholl, David Hatte. Middle Row: Mark Williams, Mike Dwyer, jeff Ryan, Mark Lee, Coach lerde. Front Row: M. l. Webb, Dill Nyberg, Rick Amen, Charles Unaungst, Brett Wharton. 103 The 1979-1980 Mustang Basketball team spoiled the predictions of most fans by finishing high in the state standings. In pre-season polls, the roundballers were picked to finish near the bottom of the league because of a lack of height and experience. But, the Mustangs out-hustled and out-ran most of their opponents ending the season with a great 16-9 record, 3rd place in conference, 3rd in Regionals. They won the consolation trophy at State Tournament by soundly defeating the West Region favorite, Rock Springs, in the consolation championship game. 'Qian ,H 9 JMJHM? xiff "f, Q , - 31 ,tae 42355, -405,5 743' , ,gig 150- yjgglflfff Kllglliyir I x ,firm fvms, "ff, Avq. as f V A' I . , , g 4, cv : ., Wm' -" 1 rf , ln' if - 'Q . if it ' 5 l ff Q tQ?l rS:t 4 tt 11 , ,..,m...r,n , , I 1 f ll V L, X ,, - f f ,, Q ,,,V, V ff 4 t , ,, , , i Varsity Players, Top Row fl to rj: 31, Mark Murphy, 33 Rob Burton, 35, Todd Swanson, 40, Steve Dubay, 43, Dan Threlkeld, 45, Robb Lewis, 50, Rich Millay. Middle Row: 13, Tracy Clark, 15, Greg Wheatley, 20, Tom Berger, 21, loe Bauer, 23, Curt Cochran, 30, Brad C-euke. Front Row: Asst. Coach, Dan Bush, 3, john Wrasper, 4, Buddy johnson, 5, jeff Compton, 11, Dick Tobin, 12, Doug Creger, Head Coach, jerry Dalton. Not Pictured: 41, Pat Rochelle. Mustangs Win B T of -S Q lff5f'5f l 5 ffflff Q Quits L 3' Ili? if Rfk ff Q - .,,,, by gag y y T T '-f- 4 'if Buddy johnson argues with a Trojan S. Mustang Basketball Teams, Front Row fl to rj: Rob Burton, Tom Berger, Dick Tobin, jeff Compton, Buddy johnson, Todd Swanson, joe Bauer, Curt Cochran, Greg Wheatley, john Wrasper, Doug Creager, and Mark Murphy. Middle Row: Robb Lewis, Brad Geuke, Steve Dubay, Mark Williams, Todd jepson, Mike Dalton, Billy Nyberg, M.j. Webb, Ricky Amen, Charley Unangst, Brett Wharton, jeff Ryan, Tracy Clark, and Rich Millay. Back Row: Dan Threlkeld, Mike Dwyer, jamie Peck, Greg Mortimer, Scott Hoberg, Fred DeVore, Warren Wallace, Brett Reed, Herbie Rakestraw, Keith Stetson, Cliff Tholl, Dave Hatten, David Guy, and Mark Lee. Not Pictured: Pat Rochelle. Coaches, jerry Dalton, Dave jerde, Dan Bush, and Terry Wood. rnuR5Eh5i Rob Burton watches Rich Millay shoot for two. Consolation Championship 105 ti fi t if E 5 At Right, Back Row Cl to rl: Annie Harris, Lisa Dickey, Margart Higgins. Middle Row: Lenore Houston, Diane Houston, Denise Fleming. Front Row: Debbie Nelson, Teresa Armijo, Andrea Helmeck, Wendy Sample. ' F' Nap. 1151 'E Q , K f in 'Z 'K f , ,WAR L' ' A Q. Ii' ' 1. W I 1 1 At Right, N.C. Swimmers: Lisa Dickey fleftl, and Diane Houston frightj cheer on other swimmers. 'WW ,f ,Mg gi 9' 1 N - A M ,i p 1 M t sw - .. jk J if- : , 4' ' " ' 1 " it ' l i' .tw f , . is in rryk. sjtwjgis K. if i K Q' if Swim Team Dives In. Above, Front fl to rl: loe Foster, Phil Williams, Mark Kolrach, Ken Redding, Pat Holscher. 2nd Row: Hugh Peace, Paul Wilkinson, lim Tooms, Mike Zimmerman, Kevin Hale. 3rd Row: joel Purvis, Dave jones, Mitch Zimmerman, Forrest Leff, jerry Mitchell, Kevin McCaskey, Orrin Dockham, Darin Good, john Bale, Eric Erickson, Roger Weber, jeff Neilson. Not In Picture: Steve Burton, lim Mitchell, jess Ollila. Left: Darin Good enjoys jumping off the diving board during l swimming practice. 'i ymnastic Team Swings Through Season. Back Row fl to rl: Sandie Fink, Sandy Epperson, Mary McCrary, Karen Grierson, Diane Makinian, Karen johnson. Middle Row: Jeanette Knott, Annie Harris, Nancy Ellbogen, Diana Adell, Tana Dockham Kerry Hardesty. Front Row. Debbie Dissette, Pam Schulenburg, Annie Markham, Kathy Lammers. X l fl to rl: Mike Trujillo, Eddie Boyles, Pete Fox, Don Conger john Walker, Mike McDaniels, Dana Mascarenas. Not Pictured: Chip Holcomb, and Tim Smith. The E 'I l s r i s 2 A A"Q' A Top: Sandy Fink watches Diane Makine as she spots the bar. Bottom Left: Annie Markham practices on the balance beam. Bottom Right: Coach Melvin demonstrates the proper way to do a handstand to his students. 109 - ,f,w.x--.'Q0' 41 Girls Track Team Vastly Improves Qu f 4 I y yl W J i ,Ai lf- .ig J L a 'i .L Above, Front Row fl to rj: Beth Halbert, Theresa Armijio, Gail Mahnke, Shara Young, Karen Grierson, Mamie Whitman, Kelly Barch. Second Row: Deb Haines, Vicki Walker, Shelly Potter, Smiley Burriagh, Chris Sprenger, Libby Burton, janer Buncan, joey Vandepot, Becky Oligmueller, Marty Keating. 3rd Row: Kathy johnson, Toni Reed, Tammy Ioyner, Darla Krusee, Cheryl Bisiasy, Shaanon Compton, Val Cochran, Chris Pierce, Susie Eades, janet Crouch, Verba Echols, Larna Innes, Carrie Crouch, Lisa Bray, loan Innes, Patti Crouch, Rita Harold. At Right Back Row fl to rj: Patti Crouch, joan Innes, janet Crouch, Mary Burrough, Lisa Bray, Rita Harold. Front Row: Shelley Potter, Carrie Crouch, Lorna Innes, Gail Mahnke, Theresa Armijo, Kelly Burch. 'li Wm.. ' V f'Z'r'l . H V E52 3? XSS? . f 'Y .::':x,'f:1C,f.: 5, Above, Back Row fl to rj: Tammy loyner, Val Cochran, Shannon Compton, Cheryl Bisiar. Front Row: Verba Echols, Susie Eades, Chris Sprenger, Kathy johnson, Mamie Whitman, Shara Young, and Shelley Potter. At Right, Back Row fl to rl: Shara Young, Val Cochran, Tammy Ioyner, Karen Grierson, janet Duncan. Front Row: Toni Reed, Kathy johnson, Mamie Whitman, Gal Mahnke, and Deb Haines. 111 Girls Place 3rd In Conference Above, Back Row fl to rj: Marcie Stewart, Susie Eades, leanne Lammers, Libby Reaves, Kerry Lanham, Val Cochran, Dori Claunch. Kneeling: Rita Murphy, Lisa Volker, Chris Pierce. At Right, Back Row QL to Rl: Kathy johnson, Manager. Corrina Mets, janet Duncan, Darla Krusee, Marcie Stewart, Trainer. 3rd Row: Kathy Murphy, Toni Reed, Mamie Whitman, Verba Echols, Shannon Compton. 2nd Row: Libby Reaves, Lisa Volker, Rita Murphy, Chris Pierce. 1st Row: Val Cochran, Susie Eades, Dori Claunch, Kerry Lauham, jeanne Lammers. Varsity, overall 9 wins and 9 losses. Regionals 6 wins and 6 loses, and took 3rd place. With only 2 seniors leaving there are great possibilities for next year. l.V., overall 5 wins and 12 loses. ' fx if ru? WT. f 1' L Left Top: N.C.H.S. VS. Central. Pictured are Chris Pierce, Regina Mora 11512, Lisa Volker 1144, and Jeanne Lammers 314. Lower Left: N.C.H.S. VS. Gillette. Team members QL to Rl: Cathy Murphy, Toni Reed, Libby Reaves, and Dori Claunch. Also Asst. Coach Warner, and Coach Carey. Below: N.C.H.S. VS. Sheridan. Pictured are N.C.'s Lisa Volker and Sheridan's Rozi Wambeke. Aff I 'cw Grapplers Go 30-0-O In Dual Meets Above tl to rl: Dwayne lozwick, Brendon Coleman, Evan Dickson, john Kraft, Ab Brown, Lance Potter, Beau Byrd, Mike Reamer, Coach Miller. Kneeling: Tom Brubaker, Hermilo Gonzales, Steve Larson, Shane Sutherland, and Craig Mascarenas. Sitting: Eric Forsyth, Craig Miller, and lim Miller. Senior members of the Mustang wrestling team were Standing fl to rj: Manager Dwayne lozwick, Brendon Coleman, john Kraft, Lance Potter, Manager Rick luday. Kneelin ' Tom Brubaker Shane S- 1 Sutherland, Steve Larson, and Eric Forsyth. Not pictured, Matt Barrett. , , s , t , r gi gang N ,,s,, t a L as li M M , 44 tm w, A ,L , y I , WWVV, ,,,,.,,. - 1 M I I af iw 'lk SP Standing fl to rj: Coach Bruce Berst, Charles Loraas, Monte jones, Kurt Kornkuen, jeff Maddy, Eddie Hutton, Vince Garcia, Coach jerry Quinlan. Kneeling: Dave DeMattia, Greg Cornelius, Robert Herbert, john Mclnroy, jeff Parve, jim Hill, Micky Spaulding. Sitting: Sharman Sutherland, Rick Williams, Greg Cornell, and Carey Underwood. Statistics NC 2 - Wor. 6 NC 43 - Raw. 15 NC 45 - G.R. 14 NC 32 - R. S. 23 NC 48 - Lar. 9 NC 45 - K.W. 5 NC 41 - Riv. 5 NC 55 - Lan. 3 NC 26 - C.C. 21 NC 49 - C.E. 3 NC 35 - Doug. 22 NC 38 - K.W. 15 NC 54 - Sher. 6 NC 43 - Pow. 9 NC 45 - Cody 9 37 - Gill. 18 NC 688 Team Stats. Take downs 582'296 Reversals 271"' 271 Escapes 306"'306 Nearfalls 121"121 Falls 174 27 Tournament Results: Pow. Inv. 1stf7 teams R.C. Inv. 4thf16 teams Chey. Soph. 1st!13 teams Lan. Inv. 1st!7 teams Gr. Riv. 2ndf16 teams Saratoga 1stf5 teams Regionals 11stf7 teams State 2ndf15 teams Other Records: j.V. 56 straight dual wins. Sophs 29 straight dual wins Most falls Steve Larson "30" Most Wins Shane Sutherland Outstanding Wrestler at N.C. Mike Reamer Outstanding Senior at N.C. Tom Brubaker Outstanding junior at N.C. Ab Brown Outstanding Sophomore at N.C. Brett Munsey Stoutheart Award N.C. Lance Potter Leadership Award Shane Sutherland. foot Wrestlers Place 2nd At State Back Row fl to rl: Manager Roxi Helfrich, Tom Whitaker, Dean Brown Rick Carbona Glen Belt T De l , , y ua t, Shaun Delaynes, and Coach Novotny. Pictured right: john Kraft pins his opponent from Cheyenne. Rifle Club Scored Hugh In Meets NRI' K PROGRESS CHART l i ' fl I e Back Row, ll to rl: Tank Guenther, Greg Waters. Front Row: Phil Falcinelli, lay Long. f.Q"'..'.b. Y hong act at areifltasv Members of the Cross Country Running were, lBack l to rj: Dean Mahaffey, Keith Moon, Todd Pomeroy, jeff Compton, Rob Welo, Marty Roszel, Kirk Shamley, and Coach Miller. Uvliddlejz Duane jozwik, Matt Keating, Tom Ackerman, Scott Price, Fred Devore, Greg Herbert, and Mark Koenig. fFronti: Todd Ennenga, Becky Bradley, janet Crouch, Patty Crouch, Lisa Bray, and Bruce Crowell. Those not pictured were Bryce Randel, Sharmin Sutherland, Kelly Burch, and Caroline Crouch. Below jeff Compton speeds for the finish line at the Casper Invitational. Q :fer tg A Vigg Z .T I ,,., Q sisliliiigl I T' .. W L .St QV: C.C.R. Boys Take State Again Members of the boys running team included Dean Mahaffey, jeff Compton, Kirk Shamley, Todd Pomeroy, and Keith Moon. Dean Mahaffey and jeff Compton were Co-captains for the season. Boy's Season Record: Douglas: 1st out of 10 teams Casper: 1st our of 10 teams Rock Springs: 1st out of 9 teams Gillette: 1st out of 4 teams Rapid City: 1st out of 13 teams Scotsbluff: 1st out of 12 teams Rapid City: 1st out of 18 teams Cheyenne, Regionals: 2nd out of 7 teams Casper, State: 1st out of 13 teams jeff Compton placed 1st at All-State and Dean Mahaffey was 2nd. They competed against a 100 runners. The Girls team placed 4th at All-State. Outstanding runners were Carolyn Crouch and Kelly Burch Cross Country Had New Coach Cross Country skiers were fl to rj: Coach Scott Weber, Linda Gras, Carl Durham, Diane Clay, Chris Mangus, Steve Klochsiem, Rob Hand, Theron Lautenheiser, and Harold Puetz. Rob Hand-1980 State High School Champion. Carl Durham 8th in State. Diane Clay-4th in girls State. At right: Carl Durham and Theron Lautenheiser show their strength and stamina during a race. Classes 1980 ,sf ,W , , Qs ss s ,, ssss sss T NM M K ,,.- 'L 'fs- f- 'sss'ss' ' ,sss ss,sss,,ss , s ,,sss l'-is .is-ii? I I' V 1' Y s . g - .. Mas.. ., . .,. I 5 -X S Q ss s ? f5PER if Class Gf "8O" Back Row QL to Rl: Alan Mitchell, Dan Chilton, Ralph Nickerson seated, john Daugherty. Senior Class Officers A Last Look At The Class Of "BO" N. W ve-N, Aaker, Bradley Abbott, Shari Albers, Pamela Allen, lerome vw, Anderson, Lori Anderson, Patricia Andreen, Marcia Annis, Robin H Antonovich, Robert Averett, lay Armstrong, Iudy Avey, Tina Ashburn, Patrick Baker, Barbara Atkins, Glen Bale, john M E' vang 1 Barankiewicz, Craig Bartow, David Barella, Susan Basko, Catherine Barelle, Lisa Bauer, joseph Barker, Diane Bayert, William Schlee Loomis and Diane Barker prepare themselves for the powderpuff football game held prior to Homecoming as they receive encouragement from a fellow team member. ' K Bean, David Beasley, Allison Beardsley, Kent Beaudoin, Nicolette gig ,c WMM A, 1.1, , , W me Class of "BO" Start A New Decade "lv-.N K. .- am QV W' Beaumont, Donna Benson, Susan Bitner, Tammy Boehler, Robert Becker, David Berrett, Matthew Bittleston, Stuart Boender, Michael Belcher, Walter Bertrand, Patti Black, Diane Boner, Scott Belli, john Biggs, Gregory Boe, Tamerly Boston, Blythe Seniors Were "Proud To Have Been A Mustan gil ras., '-IB B f . '31 I ,ff Brackett, jerilyn Brake, lean Brantley, Michael Brecheisen, Deanna Bradshaw, Karen Brandon, Vickie Brashear, Rebecca Britain, Kelly .fffw 'Wai Senior class shows spirit during an assembly. it all hw LN, aww-qu-. .gf-vu? 2, fs, ' VN 'X' 'Eff' Brown, Brown, Brown I Brown, Corinne janet Matthew Stephen .0 Brubaker, Thomas Bryan, Gary Burns, David Burton, Terry Bynum, Darell Byron, Rex Calder, Susan Campbell, Deanna Cannon, lo Anne Carey, Casey Carlson, jon Carlson, Lauri 'K-. Seniors Look Back On High School ,x J 'm"""W Xxx -if ii- C r b :th oi1o X 1 ,f 'QTY ' Carpenter, Judith Castlebury, Shonda Chase, Kimberly Christensen, Brent Carpenter, Susan Cavanah, William Chase, Rory Christoferson, Karin Carson, Tammy Cercy, Tony Chilton, Daniel Chynoweth, janet Caster, Mickey Chadderdon, Kimberly Chorniak, joseph Claar, Gail -Q-ff Gu Kwv s., DL Coffman, Mark Coker, Lloyd Coleman, Brendan Coleman, Tod Seniors Step Toward Success , , ff 'ww ls . 'E iiaf r YS" f 'r T WWW " f f Af , ,,,. ww 1? as 1 K 1 1' 0 5 fn , of M 'f.f'44Z. f V, 11:4 V Cook, Kelly Crabb, Catherine Crotteau, Rochelle Curry, Donna Cooper, Wendy Craft, Robin Crouch, Paul Dahill, Elizabeth Wg, as-we u 'XX . li Nc Rhonda Dewald has to sl S concentrate on making H S wi- , S S VNS- Q9 5 ,fig rss' X4 K,-v"TJA Gi ,.s1f - gn. K Lgk if Q I straight seam. i" 1 5 Wk Tw 'Q 3 'PX Qui' Deines, Lisa DeLuca, Debra DePoorter, Stephen Dewald, Rhonda Diesburg, julie Dietrich, Lori Dobbs, Larry Dockham, Charles Mx M-Us " ' '19 all vu-..... ,sl 1 Q 1 t 4 1 5 qt A K x X 5 iii N " ti X X " Q E .X S it F ig 905 5, S sv' 'L-Q gf k,..,.., '09 3'-sw qu... M. Qt' xx Dockter, Myra Dudley, Daniel Duncan, Patrick jon Frelberg IS pictured burned at the stake on the semor float prior game with the Cheyenne i ,R p- 1- f' rx S Durham, Carl Dye, Karen Dye, Terrence Eckhart, Lester Edwards, lonce Eggleston, Brenda E vi, fi. 4 f K , sh'-Q A Q " '?i'S1m.l . trials Nfl r 0 is 45' it ' -S r,s2sQ?f+fi5ifs:fs:f- it 45.19 ,W an-ssc. .5 Ellbogen, David Erickson, Cheri Q. f it W. - it 2 .X QQ' .X A gf!! . W 331 .Q Seniors Dream f The Future if it 31.3 4-5 t wtf t - S tx to New 6.4000 QA, 'TT' Evenson, Merri Farrell, Renae Faul, Brenda Fiedor, Darren Flinn, Susan Fogle, Debra Forsling, Peter Forster, james S 5' b Forsyth, Eric Gallinger, Scott Foster, Mary Garcia, john Fowlkes, Greg Gates, Leona Freiberg, lon George, jean Graduation Marks The Beginning 0 The End L- r,f YM'- Qr I Cf! 4, 95 C H S iz 1 . 5 X Geuke, Sheila Gish, ludy Gomez, Margaret Gibbs, Misti Glynn, james Goodro, Caline Gillett, julie Glynn, Kathleen Gottlob, Penny Gillett, Stacy Gold, Karen Grace, Penny Sw '21 Gras, Linda Gray, Susan Greenwood, Susie Gregory, Thomas I r y , D WAL gist N W' ,K M ls .-is l ' as ' f t . V ,ff Grimlie, Toni Gunderson, Gregg Grussendorf, Steven Halstead, Charles Guenther, Tank Hansen, Douglas A happy group of senior girls at the prom indicate they are having a good time. ""S. suv ff .I 1-, .Q- Q N sr K 2?-Ns'-f:ze3'r . , Tum., Nun. A pg-,U 'il 5 N qg-'Mr X, Hansen, Peggy Hanson, Dale Hanson, Michael Hardesty, Lauren if 'V' Harju, Brian Harnish, David Harris, Christopher Harris, David io' x w-,gf 7 ' la? -'N' Wo, Seniors Year Ended In Fulfillment t.. ffl" A 1 Harris, Stephanie Hayden, Bradley Helling, Kirk Hill, Bradley Harris, Susan Hedges, Todd Herbort, Donald Hill, Stuart Harrison, Roxie Hedquist, Craig Herold, Angela Hillegass, Dale Hartnett, Thomas Helling, lac Higgins, Margaret Hirst, Tom gm, ,., 'PCFK and ? .ann Hittel, Victoria Hollingsworth, Thomas Hittle, Lori Holt, Steven Holcomb, Stuart Homolka, Caryl Holden, Randell Horkan, Daniel W Hotle, Keith Houston, Lenore Houston, Diane Howe, Raymond sf V i ,KX . x X X X Donna Nickerson drapes one of the jack ribbons around Curt Cochran's shoulder at the annual Sweetheart Ball. , ,W,.,,f 7 Seniors Have High Hopes fliiiybn ff, 5 ,, ?f ml J 49' fl ff 'lf"'M ww nA Vx ' W. ii' WU' lb.. Howell, Christina jerome, Kevyn johnson, Billie johnson, Teresa Hurley, Linda johnson, Albert johnson, Bradley johnston, David jackson, Dorothy johnson, Amber johnson, Cherie jones, Bryan jensen, Tamala johnson, Benjamin johnson, Michael jones, Collin NC cheerleader Tammy Iensen, expresses her belief that usually that little extra effort is going to produce a victory. w-7 K f F' , if .W 5 5 f' if f' A 'lv-w.,,'9 Kidd, David Kilpatrick, Deborah Kington, Karen Kirby, Eric E 'H 'Wk A Class To Be Proud , , iv Kirkpatrick, Darla Kiser, james Klein, Patrick Knopik, Lynn A ai- Q.,-. .N Koch, Kristen Kottwitz, Debra Kraft, john Lammers, Jeanne 'Visas ,J Larson, Laura Larson, Steven Lanning, Todd Larkin, Kristine Pictured with the MUSTANG INFO float are Greg Schiferstein, Leiha Griffin, Barbara Nickerson along with other members of the class. TF? -ng, Lawien, Tracy LeClere, Laura Loghry, Gary Loranc, Thomas Lay, Brett Leff, Daniel Long, jay Lupton, David Layton, Michael Lewallen, Dawn Loomis, Schlee Lutz, Jean LeClair, Marty Lewis, Daren Loraas, lack Madden, ludith Years To Remember '78-79-80 419-Q K Miss-- ES ,gf M li ig Sf, t azxjfgi. kVk.:.. 'W Qh: K I as 'fe ws 5 l i :eee M ' h Y' ,e e - i f , .,, , ., h K -,Q .Q as .. ..-,, I A.-is Pkss Maguire, Ann Mahaffey, Dean Mahnke, Lynn Makinen, Jeanette as funk i Win l Maluchnik, Karen Martin, Terrance McAteer, joseph Marlin, Melody Martinez, Anthony McCarty, Barry Marlow, Peggy Mathes, Crystal McCaskey, Kevin Martin, Derek Matteson, Deborah McCracken, Bryan . hr 1 ,,,, my H ab, ,,,,n . Tammy Wall enjoys the world of fantasy in her finery as she shows her masterpiece doll made in crafts. Z4 M4 -.2 5, . 4 V . , 'H I rr. A Ol: Q 6 N as , ee h y M rv the Q'?al Q, , hp M p 'M X Q r an ,M 1 af L " f , If , V, 'Tl In ,V ' 0 Q., " ' W" ' " e ' ' Q E M - . , V ' " i s , , 1' . KQV, is V Q' z ":w1"" Y"s M "cs , i 'Q-. 1 W 3 R .. w 5 McDonald, Rhonda Mclnroy, Brenda Medley, Dirk Miller, Lisa McGill, Logan McLean, Marty Meloy, Robert Miller, Tamera Melrose, Suzanne Millett, jess Michales, Ana Minelli, jennifer 51:-F in Miracle, Mark Miskimins, Riley Missell, Margaret Mitchell, Alan Qx rf-44' 415 'lf-WHFQX .ls 'U' I4-., 1 Q girl' Mitchell, Gerald Mueller, Sheri Nansen, Dawn Moon, Valerie Mulligan, Shawn Neese, Mark Morford, Robert Murphy, Michelle Neilson, jeffrey Morrison, Marvene Myers, loetta Nekut, Harriette R "Looks Like W e Made lt" i Nelson, Deborah Newman, Carla Nickerson, Barbara Nickerson, Donna Nickerson, Ralph Nixon, Allison Norman, Angela Novotny, Angela The heading at the top of the page seems await for graduation exercises to begin. .5 Novotny, Velvet O'Brien, Daniel Oberlander, Don Odasz, Daniel to say it all for Dean Mahaffey and Todd Pomroy as they anxiously Emi . ii.. , "V V KVV I , Q3 1 , 'f m.e:,::,, 7 9, w,I3EE'if?Eiif? , vkwi an is Guidance secretary, Mrs. Kinsfather, looks pleased as she helps Donald Conger figure his graduation credits and finds that he has enough. 7:1 K . -fi --.. 1.. ..,,, , ,s,..r ss .4 wi f ssr i ,rrg T 11- Odell, Winnie Olguin, Annette O'Keefe, Mary Olson, Leo X 'CN if.. , ...., .. Ondler, Mona Opitz, Christine - f- -V --,-- 5 'i--i ffff? ' A -----1' " '1 " i'ii ' i X X L w'e4fw2am2m,X:ff 1 a . . , ' :L , If fi?" N ' 'TH Regis: T: Q I eff-ea. 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N -r After a hectic day at school, Robin Craft still manages to maintain her smile and good nature as 'XG 1"w"' N Ni she waits on the school steps for her ride home we g if X 4 Rittenour, jeffrey Roth, Chris Rochelle, Patrick Santistevan, Carla Satterfield, Rory Schaff, jeffrey Scheeler, Brian Schieferstein, Gregory Schmidt, David Schroeder, Brian Schroeder, Donnetta Schulenburg, Pamela , 4, ', V .1-,wg f 5 W, . ,d,,,,4 ,V ,, My , .. ,, W V f V . .VQWSQ6 4, a+ , I ' ff ffftt i A 3, r ttr, fa , in A f in ME A gif , , pa gm, rr ,, L2 K nr is ,z ' , - , fr W '-4 , , ,Q a , VVVV ,V M ' r 'fl' 3 M 2, ,V 31, 3, ' 'V' , . ,, , 1 1, by -waz ,1 in-2 v11-,Q 2 12' ,...,.1 fr'-Z zu? E' " N' ,.-r My K ykkn 1, ig .3 ,, V y EV qbbyy, , 1 J ,,,,, ,,, M, ,..., 1, ,, , ,M f 4 N , ,, Q V ,Q W, r , A 2 , ' " ' aaa, , 1 if" . W... Q, ,, , 'wh 5 A A, -W. ,SM W if - , , 4 ,. 2' . I 1 'L' W ' X , , f M,,,,,,, 2 ,Q , Y 2, ' S ' 7 is " ' , . ,,, fa, 4 r , a, 1- ' '- tw r 4 3 4' x v kia I . , Schuler, Daniel Schuman, Nancy Scott, Kelly Selby, Kristi Schulte, Mary Schuppan, Sonja Sears, jeff Selby, Rocky The snow and cold doesn't seem to bother Thea Widmer from telling her friend all about last nights happenings. Seniors Adjust for New Li festyle Shamley, Kirk Silva, Henry Skogan, Theodore Shaw, Rebecca Simmons, JoAnn Sloan, james Shipley, Charles Sinclair, Gerald Small, Dwane Shutts, john Sjostrom, Katrina Smith, Dannette Smith Smith Smith: Smith, Darline Gerald james lonalie :Qs Q Q ' Qi LL1' R. fi Q X s K X H X S 4 3' we f J .fzl UE' SQ' S Smith, Kevin Stetson, Krystal Smith, Scot Stice, Robert South, Thomas Stinnette, Susan Spaulding, Gene Stone, Robert X.. Al , get l Stong, Bruce Stotts, james Stover, Duane Stratton, Shela L Strother, Kim Studer, Lance Summerford, Dawn Sutherland, Terrence Seniors End High School Life o i All-state football player, Ray Clanton flexes his biceps in an all out effort to convince the judges he should be Mr. if Mustang. l Q?- .3 W 3 . MW , as Swanson, Todd Tatro, Robert Tedford, Christopher Thompson, Todd Tappy, Lisa Taylor, Marva Terry, Patty Thorson, Cynthia Thompson, Joanne Torrans, Allen Thompson, Shelley Tripeny, Patrick 153 Seniors Say Goodbye To NCHS 1 Toth, Chris Tucker, Linda ,r Turner, Carol ,ff A 1'f if f , ,, qv 4,- 4 If 2 'L Q Ui' " 47 rf i 4' ,Q If I tl ,t 'rt L5 I , "'V""' . Q X Turner, Debbie Tuss, Matt Ukele, Gary in X , ra ,, in blbb s Vanderpol, jackie Vayo, Diana l Vlastos, Mike s n f f X 4 ,- Hard working annual staff photographer, jamie Woodward, takes a closer look at one of her pictures to make sure it will meet specifications. if Writ' f. .lf to 'fs "ln, SWK 'Q 'ln-s...,,'W X QL, Q Vogl, Randy Vollmar, jerry Wall, Tammy Wallace, Mark Wambeke, leanea Waters, Gregory Watson, Debbie Watson, Randy Webb, Kary Weber, Roger Weinrich, Susan Wentz, Maiva Wheatley, Greg Whitefoot, Terri Widmer, Thea Wigginton, Cindy Q - , A 5 5 Qian Sz What could be a more fitting page than the last one to picture one of the secretaries that helped make graduation possible for many seniors as Mrs. Henshaw shown in her gardening attire delivers a cap and gown at the very last minute. Williams, Barry Williams, Suzanna Williams, Tracey Wilson, Paul Winders, Stacy Wolf, Penny Wolff, Bryan Wolz, Boyd The Future ls Ours t Woodward, lamie Works, Barbara Wrasper, Robert No.5 Yaap, Lora Yohn, Debora Young, Totsetta .. Wg? tw , M A 1 N' ' R WWW' Several male senior class members get into the cheerleading act at one of the assemblies held to kick off another athletic season, Pictured in the back row from left were: Tom Hollingsworth, Mike Vlastos, Dirk Medley, lon Carlson and Charles Shipley. Front row from left, Ralph Nickerson, Rory Satterfield, Alan Mitchell, Rex Bryon, Glen Atkins and Brian jones. Members of the senior class are shown in a solemn pose as they finish planting a tree in the inner Courtyard in memory of one of their deceased classmates. Cadet Dwane Small snaps a salute as he is presented an Outstanding Cadet Award at the annual ROTC awards banquet. Looking on proudly is his date, Janice Clark along with his parents. Senior Supplement 158 Winner of the coveted Principal's Trophy, Michelle Murphy, and Mary O'keefe are just about ready to present NCHS principal, Mr. Kamish, with the AA State C-irl's Tennis Championship awards. Relaxing at the lake, members of the football team make an effort to cover up their short hair cuts prior to starting another winning season for NCHS. Assistant Superintendent, Herman Boner joins in the revelry. ff' Mike McDaniels with an assist from Tim Smith and Robert Peterman tightens his climbing gear as he makes an assault on NCHS decending into the inner Court. Proving that equal rights isn't dead, Amy Palmquist, Jeanne Lammers, julie Gillette, Donna Nickerson, Karin Kristoferson, leannie George and Susie Oldham do a reverse panty raid by hanging out on the line shorts that they have somehow managed to get their hands on. 5 .,,..t ,W S wail! T "-' i ' gg 3 KSN if si. .wwsf sit x3mlbHSsEeS:1sstw QQ I 'm as R-. 'Y' NCHS newcomer, Lisa Martinson gets the final touch put on her graduation gown as her sister Lori looks admireringly at her as if to say "only two more years to go and I'll be there too". After a successful 4th annual "Annie Awards" ceremony, Karen Bradshaw expresses the same feelings as Mrs. Houser by indicating "it's all over now" ! Ray Clanton looks on as Prom Queen, Mary O'Keefe, and King, lon Freiberg show their royalty crowns for all the world to see. Taking a short break from Prom activities, Corinne Brovyn, Mike Layton, Nicki Beaudoin and Kirk Shamley finally found a way to get their picture in the annual. get YY xkxx 5-JSO 3 al x f'Q9""s 3 llll 'X ,li i 2 -L H, 'M Q' : Almost all-everything, senior Rob Hand gets ready to continue the gruelling practice that made him the expert skier that he is. Kelly Cook puts the final double rulings on her accounting simulation set as she indicates to our photographer what a long struggle it has been. Gail Claar, ludy Madden, Kristin Koch, Deanna Brecheisen and Tom Hirst seem to be paying attention to what Mr. Rizzi has to say at one of the early morning National Honor Society meetings. is K , ,.,..,....s.......-l.-Q! will 1 amgkt-QX'..T' ,, ,.,e,,'12.j.H XX I-.""""""N--Q "7-I-T-.""' ,,,t , sisi 14 Hockey Comes To NCHS Pictured in back row from left are: Bryan McCracken, Geoff Lower, Dan Chilton, Todd Thornton, Chris Kennedy, Dave Ferguson, Pete Loundagin, Mark Kerr and LR. Weinrich. Front row from left: David Guy, Dan Ferguson, john Petly, David Lee, Hoddy Klein and lim Sloan. Class Of 1981 Seated: Linda Trimmer, Presidentg Standing fl to rp Robin Christopherson, Vice Presidentg Kristin Carpenter Secretaryg and Andrea Helmick, Treasurer. junior Class Gfficers Ackerman, Tom Adamson, Dana Adell, Diana Aguilar, Everett Akers, Tammy Alden, Nicola Aley, jennifer Alm, Chris Alm, Mitch Amick, Marlene Anderson, Bill Andress, Sara Asbell, Shawn Aurelius, Kathryn Avey, Tana Babcock, Paige Bailey, Clark Baker, Barbara Baker, Eric Balch, james Barber, Sam Barella, Teresa Barlow, Michelle Barnum, Martin Barr, Dawn Barrett, Kathy Bartling, Brenda Baumann, Cindy Baures, Tracy Beadle, Steve Beadles, Shelie Bell, Bill Belt, Glen Bernardis, David Bennett, Denise Benton, Stewart Berger, Tom Bertgnole, Cynthia Berto nole Shannon g 1 Bertrand, Kevin Bever, john Bicknese, Annette juniors Are Explorers ,aww ,y 1 T t 1 at n M 3' A 92 it be t ' - A iff S f Q S T., 1 ? ft, f S- . gs - 4 at ,A , ' at A, t 1 at S ,Nfii A 5- A T firm T' -4 T la . 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Bicknese, Robert Billings, David Bisiar, Cheryl Bliss, Carla Boatright, Rosemary Boender, Sharon Bower, Bonnie Bradshaw, Wayne Brauer, Steve Brekken, Dana Brenton, Pam Bressler, Robert Lorraine Doug Brewer, Bright, Brower, Lorry Brown, Anne Brown, Carol Brown, Dean Brown, Ed Brown, lody Brown, Leonard Brown, Rita Brunelli, Johanna Bryant, Rick yi 11,.. tsa s ' 1 . Bryant, Ron Bryant, Tim lan Fritsch asks for assistance from Kathy Diekman in Buchholz, Betty Buck, Roy the library. Bullock, Timothy Burback, Terri 167 Monica Sauvageau ' 4 , 1 j V and Thea Widmer yfiig l. gifs' C . pose with their .?5.4"'i 'QQ' . -, it 'iff , snowbunny sculpture fi 1 v 'A' Mi . ""' K Q t Q after Casper's first i"" B g g i , as 5 f iff .g. snowstorm of the B E ' C yy ' Q i', season on Oct. mf W: isri f if, H - P B A ' to We f B -si.. -1" isii ssrts iictttt i i ,tss ltt Q sl " Burch, Becky Burlingame, Ken Burrough, Mary Burton, Libby Burton, Rob Burwell, Cheryl Burwell, Troy Byrd, Beau Callies, Deborah Carlson, Steve Carpenter, Kristin Carr, Ben Carrell, Pam Carstens, William Cassinat, Eric Chambers, Dana Chandler, Brian Charter, Sam Chase, Ricky Chase, Wilma Chorniak, Pam Christensen, Troy Christoferson, Robin Claar, Susan 1 '17 it ,h , qzb W ,.... . . J vim MM, 2-no-.- z ,,,"' as tkg X , , . law' s 'Ns v X Y' EN . . f its B it X Y R s I 4, N ex' fi X aw il SN if -S5""l.f -W L B l W r we as 1 I , ll PN F . Bda? slt, C '- ' 7 ' 'es t ' 5 if, ff" , - j 'Q W' s . S, , i l Cf! e if as 1 . I 'sl ,. i is K ' if s' in ti, fi K 9 I . in any x x t B 6 l imi . . .,E ,, 1, ' 5.1-,-' B tx f 'J' Q f -'t, "f X Q ' is-. E y S ix it . - -.a .3 ., r f ' f,,4.,-v ' Y ,4 s Q' C, s A: Y f , ii.. Q 1 Q w if 'Aix .75 X if 3, ff' I 'xr lg ZA W, 'wr cf , gg, , ,am .. g 1 Mi .W-,P , if , fi qui, ,ag 40, A l. V A. f-uv as fa X juniors Get Cn With Life 7 ff ' x ML .L l. a I T. V-AAV , is f y , , . 4 , V 'Wag t IV 1 2 45 f ,V f Maw, f f A I A Z V ' 1 l n iw Q 11 , if V T 1 ft Us l if t , WN' 'LW'k ",L l V , Aw' ,tl A 3. Q 1 ,I V' ' A J' A , W M. if s,' f If, . , f 1 , f if 4 , ' ,, . ,, , ' tm V f 5 "' K 4 ,zfz L....e4 i s N 5 A"' "ts I ' V 3 :Q AV L 4 V V' SQ VK .A . 7 ' V ' A' . 5.5 , .. ,--,1v j f . ' AJ! .T 'T as 15 V A ' : V Q . 42.-M ,f 2' itil. WW if Clamp, Scott Clapp, Mark Clayton, Mark Cleaver, Chester Cleaver, Debra Coffman, Dean Coffman, john Colman, Greg Combs, Tammy Compton, Brian Coo er, Ann Cou ter, julie Covington, Cody Cox, Dennis Cragg, Donna Crawford, Brad Creel, Steve Creger, Doug Crouch, janet Crowel, Bruce Cunningham, james Cunningham, Leon Daigle, Terry Dalen, Darla David, Dawnda Day, Rob Dejaynes, Shawn Delaney, james Deporter, Mary Anne Devault, Tyran Dewald, Brian Dickey, Lisa Dickson, Evan Dietz, Rickie Dolan, Cormac Donlin, Eilleen Dorman, Pat Dorn, Tracy Drazick, Tony Dunham, Joyce Dunston, Pam Durbin, Virgil 169 juniors, Dana Frandsen, Karey Mead, Debra Shamley, and Meg Flaim show their school spirit at a football game. Durham, Chris Eades, Susan Eklund, Carla Ellsworth, Cindy Elston, Pat Engel, Leslie English, Ron Evanoff, Greg Fairchild, Don Fankhauser, Mark Farley, Cheryl Farnes, Pam Fender, Ed Ferguson, David Finley, lim Fisher, Deanna Fitzgerald, Shannon Flaim, Meg Fleming, Denise Flynn, Evelyn Fondren, Mark Forgey, Kim Forsyth, Dwaine Foster, Bill 170 .. 3 E NN ' 01 rms , "Rf ' V , Us fs. J ', rs . wwf st " ss! if' . SB FW if 4 .J his eg, r' ,Q F s 5 S 5 ss sans. Q- AQ ,L M 6 J P' 53 Q E 'Zh Q wi? N65 S ,: .14 , if Ifiiixi , . A-...W Q F re- ffl Kass? ,tk is .Q ,qw juniors Have Spirit 5 " E q i' v K - 'GT .. .,.f i . N 4 6 4. " 5 ' G C ticc 1 Q' I , C ' ff '35 M '. X ' l . ieit 5 Q- V A V -. , ,lie Gb:-f f , . se, 'ff' 5 ' A :' W X l xv xx S X ,nf Natl QNX'- 'Q .f f av wr lv 42 K W' N . L .. - i bi , , .. R l ' . t - t 2 VL 1 .' Q . , :- Q vi X , vz v l N' tx. , l d , M 1: o f 'if ' f W' A fo S ll it t il K y f If ,-K, S ,GQ - f Q ,tj ms? " . 'R Ula, fe' Q X v K .L ii. 5 5, X .iz f Foust, Tom Fox, Greg Fox, Timmie Frandsen, Dana Franklin, Kent Fritsch, janice Fry, Brenda Gaddis, Kris Gallinger, Clarence Gammill, Mike Gammill, Scott Gangwer, Traci Garner, Rick Garnier, joe Garriott, Shellie Garrity, Cindy Garvin, Connie Gifford, Craig Gilbert, Burt Gilmore, Deanna Glaze, Scott Gold, Roger Gonzalez, Hermilo Goodsell, joey Gossin, Amy Gothard, Darlene Gothberg, Elizabeth Gray, Darryl Gray, Kyle Green, Floyd Green, john Green, Pat Grierson, Dwayne Griffin, Holly Gronski, john Grosz, Melinda Haass, Mike Habel, Terry Hale, Denise Hale, Valorie Halle, Marlon Haines, Debra 171 Hamar, Blake Hand, Robert Handy, Kandra Hansen, David Hanson, Sara Hardman, Lynette Harris, Annie Harshman, Kristin Haugen, jim Haverlock, Brad Hawkins, Amber Hawley, Charles Haygood, Michele Heck, Nancy Hedges, Darwin Helmick, Andrea Henderson, Karen Henrie, Monte Henry, Amy Herbert, Gregg Herold, Rita Higgins, Larry Higgins, Theresa Hile, Debbie Hill, Kay Hobza, Brett Hocker, Shannan Koekstra, Chris Hoeppner, Kari Holcomb, Leslie Holden, Stephen Holder, Janice Holscher, Pat Holst, Toni Holybee, julie Hoppman, David Hoppman, Gerald Horning, Paula Howell, lanine Huff, Billy Hunter, Dona Hutton, Edward One Step Closer L t W... L A B - 's ' A I K at st .5 . Q .Lag . 5514? f' ' A S L ,Q t x ON fs, ff' HN .NS il i'ii s 1 g N w. Q in in T s A Q. .- .,t, - A -,g Q-ev X X t ',.,. A . 1 A stil, J' it Pa, in i s Nj W on N x 5 ' f 1',, . ,qw , rf, 4, s w at if - fwitwv 5, of i Z K fs -s Jgssiesr fu-' Q 'ms . it .qx I is it x -.-gg egg . its ,.X!.,,,s.1 , if is S . 5 ffl gf ., .if s. I - af' n 3 A Q Q., ,gi i -f+ sf-- it 3 I 1 it 3. X 5 . .i 5 , A a- ax. i g , I' .V - 2 - K E L ' I 1 sys Xf Q Ito, Cheryl jackson, Anette jackson, Kevin e,C.:,u9 ,- - jean-Baptiste, Flo jensen, Clayton n in'. ' jensen, Kathy 'va- QX A jepson, Rory johnson, Leslie johnson, Marlene johnson, Ron jones, David , jordan, Ron a 1. . ,rw gl C jourgensen, Todd s joyner, Tamara C YJ, Q Kapeles, Cathy CC C C s' ,a C 7 is 'f Keating, Mau' W' fs x is Keeley, james' a j C, C 2, Q Kepferle, jamie CCEx-Edgy M C. ,C 5 6, 1 t K ' qubbz ' L Q' v Y' ll W rl Ce w x Cl if Kerr, Mark Kessler, jeff Kessler, Kelly 1' Kienzle, Kay Kinniburgh, Rosemary R Kinnison, Connie ii, xk' 5 1" X' 4 l 3 22 'St I F' if B Klein, Hoddy Klocksiem, Steve X s RQ -1 ya t c s Klone, Rhonda Knopik, Lynn I ,,.,,C 'X K, K K K r we-.4 Knott, Mary b Knudsen, Mike Nancy Heck and Daren Lewis get ready for their next class. 173 Koenig, Mark Koritnik, Kari Kraff, jennifer Kraft, Peggy Krusee, Darla Lambert, Lisa Lammers, Kathy Lanham, Kerry Lau, Mark Laub, Bill Lavin, Maureen Lawrence, Steve Lawson, Charlotte Lee, David Leff, Forrest Legerski, Diane Leimback, Linda Lewis, Rob Lindholm, Doug Lineweber, Tom Linford, lay Logue, lim Long, Bob Long, Terri Longmire, Debbie Lopez, Drake Lopez, Tim Loraas, Charles Lorimer, Verlee Loundagin, Peter Loutzenheiser, Theron Love, Kris Lower, Geoff Lucas, Lori Lyman, jeff Maddy, lim Madrid, Gilbert Mair, Linda Makinen, Laura Manning, Kelly Markham, Lori Marquardt, Bret ,uf juniors Have Big Goals 2 5 Q iw Q 1 'X psig f Lx ., a A iv M Xf., I I K' ' fa f AJ , ..,,, .,,, af V al as . L Q' W '. T imv L, wi." fi , if 1' S V ll X ' -Q I ai ,, ,,"' g, , ., ILX by f 4 Hx gb., 'ff' Em, f V , . ff' Z had rn, -Q up 5.-v 'W i'N f. af B 2 ,M 'lf N M 1 , 23. bs 6 ,...' 'B 9 ,J . L I Q Y ,2,., ,, ,A r's1f 5 fii, B mi ,Wi Q 35, Ji ..-A ,Ms 14,51 V Wk LVN 1' ff - 4 E 2 A BAMXX M X I F,,,,,bQ,Xt ,V , - K , s 1 Q ,, f ' '-'-' ,M , I 1 , j?,,,,,.f ' nr- 'fs 'la S 3! Q91 o s tc -.C t c , . . ,V . f v. ff -fx r , . I 1 1. .L dx! 5 , xi, N .t . 4 I I x I af 2 ,bf-I., A. ' C in 4 Q- X C N 5 V , . K t Z "' Middleton, Miller, Craig Michele Miller, Kathi Miller, jeff Moralez, Monfre, Pete Alberto ,"'ff4r, L I 5 rl I It 5 . . -- A , its 1 ' fr ' .ew if 'U' "" Q2 ,,.. N Qi l L 4 X . I rs' ' ' ,ar , :Mi ,L ,- ,kg - - 8 . 1 K 1 V it Q ,-S? Marqheim, Leisha Marsters, Lisa Mascarenas, Craig Materi, Sandy McCarthy, Steve McCann, Clarissa McCaskey, Angie McCleary, Mike McCollough, Edna McCoy, Shelley McCrary, Mary McDaniel, Mike McFall, Robert McHattie, Cindy Mclrvin, David McKnight, Dan McKnight, William McMahan, Dannis McMillion, Patty McReynolds, janic Mead, Karey Meier, Doug Mestas, Deborah Michaels, Mike Pat Holscher and Mr. Weber discuss composition after class. C 3 175 Morgan Michael Morton, Ionna Mosebar, Melody Moyte, David Muckley, Daryl Mulholland, Scott Mundy, Kent Murphy, Mark Murphy, Rita Myres, jonathan Nash, Garry Nastasi, Angela Nation, Morgan Navorska, Bridget Nelson, Cheri Nickel, Shelia Nickell, Michelle Nixon, Mike O'Keefe, Tricia Obert, Angela Ondler, Rodney Opitz, Alan Opitz, Gary Orr, Shawn Pancratz, Patricia Parsons, Lynne Pater, Terry Patience, Stacy Peace, Hugh Perkins, Sutton Perry, Paul Perry, Paulette Peterman, Robert Peters, Steve Phifer, David Phillips, Dan Pickinpaugh, Terry Pierce, Chris Pittman, Todd Plummer, Rhonda Poole, Stacey Porter, David 176 juniors Had Ambition ,, A "r"i ,111 v-M-!-A--",,,., H- ', 2 , 7 r , 'Q I I ' .::' -,., , - :':-PM - f-:+ np.. s:.-un - X, v . I 5 H? ' gk Q 1 f mv -5? ' . . Q3 it ifff ' ,,,,, .,, ' .ggi I 'f ,il fl E ff, fl, X. I t fi' v . 1 , . A W - Q 'J in . 'Y If , 1 39, V , f . ' Ni In V ,A I ,, 5, , VA V V , d y, t xx . W . ' P 23 " M ff? ' - 'HQ wma llfll aj 4 'L ' y 3 ' CQ. T , ' f R ,4 Y A' Y 2' I Q f- 5 I as , my at t If 1 9 f , Q, t 14: ,f, :il- ff q V' it f1f: -A ., R if I, : pf' V V 5 Q , , .f Qllw-'I 45 3 K 1-2 3 ad Q6 if fm, R 'fa W 1 t 3 1 A ' ' Primo., I I C at N X, C VA PM l ff l i!nl"?W ' U',,o'S Robertson,janet Robinder, Kay Rgbinett, Rgbinett, Kevin Gloria Siedler can't believe the things you can see Keith Rowlandjauline walking around the halls of N.C. Robinson, Kim Potter, Debbie Pound, lulene Powers, Pamela Prather, Patty Puetz, Harold Purvis, ,loel Race, Laura Radke, Robert Raines, Cathy Ramirez, Nadene Randal, Edward Randel, Robert Ravert, Wade Reamer, Michael Reasoner, Brian Reaves, Libby Redding, Charlene Reinhart, Shawna Richards, leannie Ridley, Rhody Riegert, Myra Riley, Patricia Rizzi, Chris Roberson, Roy 177 Rone, Sheila Rudy, Frank Ruiz, David Ryall, Renae Sabec, Marion Sadowski, Mary Sand, Marla Sauvageau, Monica Schmidt, Chris Schuetz, Wendy Schulenberg, Brenda Schultz, Brian Seamen, Donna Selby, Vickie Sellers, Laura Severson, Bruce Severson, john Shamley, Debora Shelton, Robert Sherer, Kirk Siedler, Gloria Simmons, Lynn Slensker, june Smith, Arthur 178 Susan Winders participates in Homecoming festivities. ff' "' - 4 Y SN t 2,5 3 ,ff lk eww fi X Q H- fur 'W I in W, if W ,ot or t ynyx , icc, in A . f at K 'Ns . . ' ,. 'P -an-A juniors Take Action 4 , . f: A ' . ,.. .. L ll rv' v- K ' K , ah V gi K . , ty' ,f , a,, T I ' y REEL. ,V an +C-T" X ' ii, P 1 W' ' S , iw ,A L 'fl' - f-1 L V-ssl btg:::LLJV: fp ' L L 3 S J .. .g,..,K: i Q Q, T f f Q L.Wx , -' R 3 as xi i .,,, Q: i k L si Q ii ' kf1' V Fw I - vu , ,. v f L If, y y y T I f xi j y W .fx N ' X I gk. , , .L W " S -T M A S 1 ' bu- 3, . 1 6 in K 1 n lx 'x- s, K P 'mv SL, L 4. - , . I -. .-., 1 ... . V ., .- T gf ,Q -L "' vA h Q3 ij . ,V A ,V-'X I ,N s X .,, Qs N it S K N , X fs Sb L, LM .Q , x ff ff .Q . 5 x .A ,. ll Ifx w S i.'!N , 6 L A x 'Q 'Q iff 'TB-Tn" ails 'il 5 A - u Smith, james Smouse, Marshal Sneathen, Doug Soffe, Lisa Sprenger, Nancy Stamper, john Stanley, Ralph Stark, Michael Stegelman, Daileen Steinback, Kathy Steinman, Shana Sternber, Don Stewart, Michelle Stice, Noreen Stockton, Mary Stoltman, Lisa Stotler, Lori Strayer, Tanya Stroud, Mike Sulzen, Leann Swanton, Mary Tatum, Melissa Terry, Susan Tewes, Richard Thaxton, Rena Thompson, Rick Thornton, Tod Titinger, Dennis Robin, Richard Trabing, jan Trimmer, Linda Tripeny, Maria Truchot, jeff Tucker, Bonnie Tucker, Dolly Tudor, Tony Turner, Matt Underwood, james Urbigkit, Sam VanBlarcum, Rexann Vogl, Robinn Volker, Lisa 179 Wait, Debra Walker, Vicki Wallace, Carol Walsh, Steve Walters, William Walz, Donette Wambeke, james Waters, Tina Weickum, Kathy Wells, Brad Welo, Rob Whitney, Robin Widiker, Tom Wienke, Ellen Wiford, Donna Wigginton, Wendy Wilber, Tom Wilkinson, Pam Willadsen, Becky Willett, Cindy Williams, Carol Williams, Gavin Williams, jim Williams, Neil Wilson, james Wilson, Rory Wilt, Mike Winders, Susan Wolff, Roger Wolz, Elizabeth Woodcock, Tina Wrasper, john Wroble, joe Yarns, Marc Ziniel, Laurie Ames, Kent 180 juniors Envision Future 'C va .. -gqggi A 1, . ."z " 1 M3 9' Q. T 55 'ai 'K 9 -af Q wif Nl V X 5 ' 'W if f .. , as 4 I 1 A s 11 f 5' X I L "" -4 -u fi , .If A 4 5' . . , 1 1 ti N fy ,W 'fn A ,ig Y s Qf iilt 5' time ,, an , if Zii Q . 1 'x if Q 4 N, - i 4 . fri If xv l fy' " ' i 1' f- Af I Q i i ii lv ' V V ' E 1 u i li li L ' aitnllk v f Ni Q Hockey Team Has Big Goals -721 Hockey gains interest with many Natrona County students. Standing fl to rj: Bryan McCracken Geoff Lower, Dan Chilton, Tod Thornton, Chris Kennedy, Dave Ferguson, Pete Loundagin, Mark Kerr, l.R. Weinrick. Kneeling: David Guy, Dan Ferguson, john Petley, David Lee, Hoddy Klein, jim Sloan. juniors Alive And Well At sc? s s -,Q 7? it l lll, 1 ,,.. .. ,st- lr Above: Carol Brown is living proof g g that she was an active participant in the face painting contest. r f - sf Above right: Ann Brown and C 'Nj Cheryl Ito take five while sorting out the books they will need for their next class. Right: Outstanding NC athlete, Chris Pierce, double checks the tie in her track shoe making sure it won't come loose in hopes of setting a new record. J, ff NCS K 1 : A :V 1, 9' 1149? 182 1 Class f 1982 ' QW ll ' ,im ' 5 1, il I V Qi Y' ,l is W .gale rirs A ll l , l , W l Seated: Dan Ferguson, Presidentg standing from left: Clark Haass, Treasurerg Chris Hill, Vice-Presidentg Tim Miller, Secretary. Sophomore Class Cfficers Abbott, Michael Adams, Chris Adams, loyce Adams, Yvonne Alberts, Wendy Algee, john Anderson, Bambi Anderson, Mike Anderson, Mickey Andrus, Frances Archibeque, Conrad Armijo, Teresa Avey, Amy Bader, julie Baker, Ed Banks, Lisa Bard, Roxanne Barnhart, Martha Barnish, Lynae Barrett, Michael Baum, Andrea Baum, Laura Bedford, Tracey Belcher, jill Bell, Linda Belt, Randle Bertagnole, Debra Bever, Frank Bittleston, Renee Boberg, Richard Sophomore Lori Koenig uses the microfiche reader in yttfs ' Jr- ' s,.. f Mrs. Alexander's Typing I program. l Y .R 'X wt l ,Ast lf t A 'R A' 5 . A i s E, if V - , tt . 5 .. A if hAi.V k i Ei - its gb 'f s Q Q , f N M ., MK: t N N . JR? lr , rv , - , . ' K .Wang or gi highs. - F x ' af - ei? Q ,. ,Nb k B M i A. Q me Q , i X gg! xi ' 12 t 1. ' ' - A . -- 1 .4 9 K fi .1 f S X f ht Y S t ffg. gl lr ! lsl E i i Q, ig id S A J- W 1' V : it a i , pf Q l g . I , t 1 ,,A... g 4 - , .H g gkt' X . .- - X X . t,ttttt .B Sophs Contribute to NC. 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If' , :gg ' an WN! K C it I . M X. ,X , . at T 'ii . A5 Cave Y - f l C, g Q A 1 . 1' X ,W . - 1 ' ,g, - , a s C ebvte v i .Z .,.. 3 K ty .x ,Q A A 'w X 1 1 . 'N 1 , C , 'N do . K " rl A .L A ' k ,Sir yr 1 i lg, ' i QM X t l 186 ---it rw X, if sm fu, G. .X I " i s ,j g C 1 T lxv C 1- ' " n ' T' f-t -' ' Cunningham, Dahill, Dahlby, Vickie james Marietta Dalton, Daly, john Daniels, Michael Dau, Ioan Debbie Darling, Davis, Amy PGSSY -1 N W .. , 5 Sophs Have just Begun S' -'Va v K v Q1- t 2 it l I 55 w N' I, Q ' l 2 . -l a , A ,f ,ff 2 S ' il , . .,,L W X 1 9 V3 V? , S l 1 X 1 xxx Y, I i ' g 2' Zi In , I., , W S S Y 1 ki t y t L my Yi ,. 2. 4' 9 l y: ' R its! '7 G ' i ,KMC M , Q A ",,,f ..,. 5 filyfgt X fm , 0 . if W ,X X AY 1, Z 1 j Q i I X I K 1 N " f K Q4 W , , , e 4 , 1,1 as ' gd, l -6' 'Fx- 1 kyr Q . K H V' l . -.4 'I 4 .' L' l ,Lg 4 lg ' tt- I Qi' l Q . 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New World Farley, Kenneth Ferguson, Daniel Finley, Bobby Forsyth, Lori Foster, joseph Fowler, Doug Fox, Peter France, Deanna Funcannon, Olise Gallagher, Sherrie Gallegos, Lonny Galles, jeffrey Gaona, lulia Garcia, Robert Garland, Kristen Garner, Robert Garner, Shelly Garnier, julie Garvin, Theresa Gay, Rhonda Geuke, Bradley Gillett, Tera Gilmore, Donald Gist, john Gomez, Robert Gonzalez, Maria Good, Darin Goodman, Guy Gossert, Debarah Gothard, Gail Gothard, Patrick Gottlob, james Grace, Kimberly Graves, Michelle Grenier, Terri Grierson, Karen Grierson, Orian Grosso, Brenda Gudmunson, Stacey Haass, Clark Haass, Mari Hack, Frank .EQ ffl, F i ,X to Nl? 3 s "' 1' is sm A QL .f--- Xa X. it . 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A -'gifs'-'gi ' 4 z Q fryuwfmwamw r , ' if is z W 7 t. lf, sw f , 5.x X X :'Wf ifg 'Q' ,iy .13 .I . , L Q Q l ' 1 If '52 V fi rs 3 Hensly, lay Hewlings, Higgins, Hill, Chris Bonnie Nancy Hill, Tim Hill, Don Hill, Shelly Hm, mme Virginia Michelle Hackett, john Halbert, Beth Hale, Kevin Hale, Stephanie Halstead, Kelley Haney, Don Hankins, David Hanson, leff Hardesty, Kerry Harju, Kevin Harnett, Cynthia Harris, Pamela Hatten, David Hauf, Donald Hauf, Mike Hauffe, Hollie Hawkins, Ward Haygood, Kimberly Haygood, Michelle Heatherly, Nancy Hegna, Cathy Heisey, Robert Helfrick, Roxy Henderson, Michael Sophomore Michelle Graves seems to be having second thoughts about having her face painted for the homecoming activities. 189 Hoberg, Scott Hoffman, joan Hogan, Alan Horkan, julie Horning, Alfred Hawes, Nancy Huckfeldt, Diane Hudson, Danna Huggins, joann Hundley, Lousie Hunnicutt, Linda Hurst, Regina HYYPPH, Troy Ingram, Brenda Izzarelli, Anthony jacobson, Randall james, Lewis jaure, john jensen, David jepson, Todd johnson, Donna johnson, Karen johnson, Katherine johnson, Kathleen johnson, Laurie jones, jenifer jones, Lloyd jones, Marcie jones, Monte joyner, Crystal 190 . Mff"'M' W 'flZ,,,,m",'j KXRX W X ll'fi1"'..'4...."f-""""'!..-'Y k., Q tx' --f -sf, .f ,V if , . g - h , Q 'QQ--.-...... I Aw."--..,Ni""""' s, ol ' I I ? s Locating a folder in the files of the main office is just tif' L , L 5 one of Rich Cherniaks office duties. js' aww , in L i . V l . I fl L ,,,., 1 gpg i , Q , 4? X, hayek ff H A . 1 4, - , 'L ix' f . , , f ,. ,ff ,- f, ' no . 4 - daf- 4 f at 1 W, ,B .. ,, v1 4' . ' , - ,iw H g M J 2, VW . 7 I M, I JV, ,J IIVP ff. .gr f V, , ,,,. . , M. ff, , ,- ,,,, , "" ,,' ' ,. ' lf? . A' N f- ,H , 4.3 lt . 1 X , L ', M 155 1! I 5 - I ips fx! .. f ' . . 'V" W 3 -f pai ,XML L' ,,,, L, 4 , i N L L i A ' J " f q ft W K 'V R A ,,,, if L L ,L it 'N c L it iq! tt, f MV L 1, is 10,4 "" K t Q ' L Sophs Boost School Spirit 0 3 A rv? ' z 1 ...H 0 f 3+ arf Y ., uf , 4 ,Y 3' -. ? B , " K ht , -W ,f 1 AK: W, " girii 'SA . ,x 3 L L 1 73 1, ,, , ,,. . , i 'Q 91 fe lv, 42. A , 'hy , Q . f' 'ia 4 , 2 .,. Y ,im n,ZV 'WvVM1:,,. I 2 U My 4 ff! ff, 4- 1 w 1 . N, it 2 L I l if 'K- V 5 luby, Kevin luday, Deborah ludkins, Debbie jussel, Michelle Kearns, Greg Kellch, Brian Kelley, Susan Kellick, jeff Kennaday, Ed Kennedy, David Kern, Wendy Kiger, Felicia Kingston, Brenda Kingston, Penny Kirkland, Laura Koenig, Lori Kolarich, Mark Konkel, lan Kornkven, Kurt Kuntzman, leffery LaFountain, Patricia Land, Rhonda Land, Wanda Lang, Corena Lunsing, Michele Lara, Christy Larson, David Lavin, Patricia Lawson, Adriane Leach, Susan Lee, Mark Lefevre, Carol Leineke, Renee Leis, Laurie Leslie, Tracey Lewellen, Earl Lewis, Laurie Lindsay, Greg Lindsey, Lane Llewelyn, Debarah Lofgren, Cynthia Lofgren, Ingrid 191 Logue, Kathleen Lohry, Gary Lopez, Samuel Louks, Tracy Lucus, Richelle Ludvigson, Lori Lundy, jamie Mack, Rory Maddy, jeff Mahnke, Gail Makinen, Diane Manasco, jamie Mangus, Chris Mann, Darla Manning, Brad Manning, janet Markham, Anna Marlar, Sandra Martin, Kevin Martin, Patrick Martinez, Cesar Mascarenas, Dana Mascarenas, Valarie Mathes, Brenda Matthews, Christine Matthews, Leta Matzke, Carmen Maxon, Robert Maxwell, Scott Mayes, Eric McCarthy, john Mclnroy, john Mcateer, Annette Mccrary, Lynn Mcfarland, Diana Mclemor, Brian Mcmahan, Ed Mead, Brian Meek, David Melrose, Diana Mestas, Donna Millay, Rich 192 '82 Reviews A Good Year S? f--. 53+ im X 'Nr-r ,X ,Q 8 in ' I - tt 6 at I . , ti. , K Q 'Q 4' A I A N as. fx x Q- Q- A-K' 1' t . 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O'Connor, Wendy Ogle, Maureen Oldham, Caryn Miller, Timothy Minne, Marcie Miracle, john Mock, Teri Monpas, Lloyd Mooney, Patricia Moore, Thomas Morney, Sam Mortimer, Greg Mosebar, Michael Mueller, Teri Munoz, Carmen Munsell, Sam Munsey, Brett Murphy, Kathleen Murphy, Melissa Murphy, Tim Muzzy, lan Myron, Andrew Narvaez, Marlene Nash, Rick Nastasi, Lisa Nesta, Ralph Nickel, Tammy Sophomore Debbie Rose enjoys painting Patty LaFountain's face on Mask day during Homecoming week. 193 Ollila, jess Olson, lodi Orchard, Scott Orr, james Osborne, David Osterloh, jeff Patik, Mike Patton, Elizabeth Paull, Steve Pearce, Chris Perkins, Gordon Perry, Troy Peters, jeff Peters, Vicki Peterson, Larry Peterson, Mark Peterson, Tawni Petley, john Pickard, Thomas Piel, jeffery Pierce, Colleen Pierce, Thomas Pinn, Ronica Piraino, Sherry Pitts, Kenneth Pitts, Teresa Potter, Daniel Potter, Denise Price, Scott Pruss, David Pulanco, Sharon Putra, Roy Ouarve, Bob Beth Swanson is Startled by a candid camera during typing. it "' eff' sw f 1 L . gr ' I Q WW f, , ' I 4 l v at a ,iz lkll K . nfs," ,f W ' K , T ,S ,P " f ,VVWVV 3' V .,,, A ri wwf S iwfi t l s Egg! ,-,Q 4, ,ZF if f-1-f I 3. t 1 Mx A ,Av gi E2 l P W swf , ,. ff f , llill . ,W 2 ,tv + 1,4 9, f . 15 Q , sf 'QE ' ,,. , 44 vi aw, W 'i' 4 ' v 1, 4 E P rr 5 'rt' T T , . 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Whrnwf' W. , w vs ig Q' Radford, Antonelli Rakestraw, Herbert Ratcliff, Linda Reasoner, Craig Redding, Kenneth Reed, Benjamin Reed, Brett Reed, Nancy Reed, Toni Reeves, janet Rezabek, Randy Rhea, Von Richardson, Randsom Ristau, Maribeth Ristau, Mark Roberts, jacqueline Roberts, jeff Rodgers, Shelli Rohrich, Lisa Rose, Deborah Ross, Dylan Roszel, Martin Rowland, Kevin Royce, Michael Ryan, jeffrey Salisbury, Wayne Sample, Wendy Sander, Carrie Sanders, joseph Sanderson, Allen Sauer, April Schaff, Brenda Schall, Steven Scheeler, jamie Schlager, john Schlager, Katheryn Schreiner, Brenda Shuman, jane Schuppan, Edward Scott, Leiha Seamen, Carol Seffker, Evelyn 195 Sophomores Linda Woodruff and Verba Echols spend time in Miss Drew's office. Sichterman, james A Sichterman, janet Q Sides, Don G i'f Sides, lohn I y 4' 5 Simmons, Deborah x L!! r 2-- y Skinner, john y y Slade, Kevin Smith, Gordon Smith, Gregory L Smith, Holly Smith, Shannon Smith, Shirley G, L I Smith, Valerie Smitt, Darrell Sneather, Rhonda Sparling, james Spaulding, Mickey Spooner, Lloyd Spurgeon, Edward Stetson, Keith Stewart, Douglas Stewart, Nikkie Stiles, Lynn Stoltman, Laura f Sever, Seiloff, Felicia Heidi Shaw, Rose Sharp, Sam Sherrill, Sheets, Bill lodi PSC A V' . 5 Z W liis E Q f if 0' 'Et L ,S is iv 1 I fi' I, , V .ff . is A,- ,, .,.- , M , .gli "Z . Q, , ., I I, .A-. . fl . ' 1 196 Sevon, jeffrey Shay, Theresa Shipper, Brent .F K UM I tif L L L 1 'X WV t u .fr ' wg gy ' ff H: 4 L tris 51 i Sophs Find ew Gpportunities ! fu 'Q .,,, . ,,,, ar is it W M a ,, sg!! I , 1 .44 T, sf 1 C Fl '. , wr V' . K ,v v .F 6 Q ,: 4 'Q , A 1 ' J' Cavs.. , ,t , , , C- ,,Jfl 4 4 ,Ah Y? w Ph My ,df at' are ,:,- , : wi lix ' 5 ft X v, gnu.. fix? K Ts uw... e ,,, fe V xii? in 0 xr ., A W 8 , . 8 ' ' 4 Q45 .au ,,. if 2 6 L fd ,I F m A. i 1' J' if JI Q M Q A ,' ,, 3. X z ' Stradling, Doug Strand, Kelly Strauch, Michael Strother, Roni Sullivan, Michelle Summers, Glenn Sundland, Karen Swanson, Beth Taggart, Mary Tanner, Jeannine Tescher, David Terry, lim Teuscher, Leslie Tevis, Michael Tholl, Cliff Thompson, Bruce Thompson, Kellie Thordsen, Rick Thorpe, Raney Thorpen, Charles Thorpen, james Threlkeld, Daniel Threlkeld, Brenda Tiedge, jennifer Tilton, Lindsey Tilton, Margaret Timperley, Eric Tinker, Paula Tintinger, Valerie Tocco, Paul Toombs, james Tozer, Rosemary Tozer, Samual Treadwell, Robin Trost, Terri Trujillo, Mike Unangst, Charles Upton, Kelly Utt, layme Van Patten, Scott VanBlarcum, Linda Varga, Gregory 197 Sophs Bring New Ideas To N.C. Vick, Tracy Vlastos, Keith Wagner, Diane Wakefield, Dick Walker, john Wallace, Warren Walters, loyce Walthall, Donald Walsh, Thomas Watson, Becky Webb, Milton Weinrich, james Wells, Billie Wells, Tony Wendling, Carla Wharton, Brett White, Brenda White, Bruce White, Marshall Whitefoot, Kathi lo Whitman, Maryanna Whittecar, Tammy Whitten, Gordon Widmer, Tracey Wienke, joel Wigginton, Gary Wilkerson, Nancy Wilkinson, Paul Williams, Mark Williams, Philip Willie, Kelly Wilson, Cona Wilson, Patricia Winter, Dennis Wirth, David Wood, Dean Wood, Spencer Woodruff, Linda Woodward, jerry Woody, Travis Woitaszewski, Lori Wolf, Patty ,157 f r ev i , , lv qw 1 U AW x x, fg ,,,,.,V., v :lv-V. 'T .wk ET 4 so i ,kia M., f ,F 5 ,ff .,Ve,s,1,! Q f fa .455 Q Q 4 5. ' 6 P! -1 47 tti Y' W fi all Q iffy ' ., , M gy M M VV 4 it i , f I B -it W :HQ i ,M l it' it ll att' af f l-Cli ff T 2 1. I vo Y' M Q..- 7 Q f Q y 4 10 Y, 'K M I NA 'v ii it ,. l t, ii ,Rift . V HW' V :Ja ' ,os f 4 .,, , . W., , A 1 i "A l, s 5 W, A Xl 2, 5 N . 5 9 Nr-".43 ,, i',, it 'el ,ff A , . VY' Jon 2 T ' - Wynia, Nichelle Yeamans, Laurel Young, Darryl Zimmerman, Michael Zimmerman, Mitchael Ziniel, Rhonda Coutoure, Steven Cunningham, Vickie Doherty, james Duncan, Janet f ,. ,A 1-1 A xx is Eads, Kimberly Fink, Sandra ik Holgate, Chad " - ' Peck, james ' 'S 'L' it Pluntz, Dale t ' 5,33 'i li' g Renick, Robin X ,-'- 3- Smith, Tim 4- Stinman, Laura S 'W Ulrich, Diana ,ws .1 g 'l f , l S Working intently on their business math assignment are: lfront fowl Kim Miller, and Robin Renick, lcenterl Stephanie Fadala, lback FOWQ Conrad Archbequie and Olise Funcannon. if dawg X I lt Q 4 If Q l ASQ gf? ff I In ,gl 7 .Q A gt L . 5' 'W P -. Pr 14" W ff 2 Q 9- 6 Q .L it T. 5 'rr 3 1' fn , fa avi Mx, Q LK, 5 Ns im 0 J WG dw-elif sl' "tra is , S . Michael L. Cleveland August 1, 1963 October 6, 1979 Marlene Sand lune 11, 1963 February 9, 1980 john T. Biggs February 13, 1962 August 12, 1979 mn, nrwxls Mr. Keith Ames, Co-sponsor EDITOR: Kent Beardsley BUSINESS MANAGER: Lynn Knopik STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS: jamie Woodward Steve Lawrence DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHER: jamie Woodward LAYOUT: Tammy Bitner Kevin Budack julie Parlet Sandy Potter Tina Reed Gloria Seidler 1980 MUSTANG COLOPHON Mr. Bruce Anderson, Co-sponsor Cover Material ....... ..... S turdite with metalgloss design Book Paper ......... ................................... 7 Oii Enamel Body Copy ...... ............................................................ 8 84 10 Pt. Optima Headings ....... .................................................................................... O ptima Binding ...... ....... R ounded, creased supered and backed Smyth Sewn Trim Size ...... .............................................................................. 8 M X 11 Aegerter, j.G.: Physical Education: Practical Arts Sponsor:Assistant Boy's Football, Boy's Track Alexander, Bonnie: Business Education Amers, Keith: Business Education Chairman Sponsor: Annual Anderson, Bruce: Business Education Sponsor: Annual Axford, Florence: Library Barkley, Allen: Guidance Bays, Gerald: Science Bell, Lynn: Distributive Education Sponsor: DECA Beman, jim: Physical Education Sponsor: Head Swimming Coach Bennion, Robert: Practical Arts Sponsor: Trouble Shooting Contest Berg, Thomas: Practical Arts Bidwell, john: Guidance Bisiar, Pat: Social Studies Blondin, Gilbert: Practical Arts Brannen, Ron: Science Brehm, Mildred: Business Education Brennan, Ed: Social Studies Sponsor: Key Club Brooks, Asa: Science Bush, Dan: Social Studies Chariman Assistant Basketball Coach Bush, Robert: Vice-Principal Cantril, Kathy: Home 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Zack poses beside his store SPECIALIZING IN DOWN CARPETINCT THE STREET RESIDENTIAL FROM 84 ZACK'S COMMERCIAL Michelle Nickell showing a VINYL FLOORING genuine New Zealand CERAMIC TILE imported Shearling jacket 1540 EAST 2nd STREET THE SHOE NOOK 265-7747 CASPER, WY if , f ti .ilmeilo Zi sz U check on 'f if , 0 vi if 'if ' if if V if at J z X ., of get When sohooI's out . . . and you want a job, We can answer your questions about: Jobs - Summer or Permanent Labor Market information Work Permits Employment Counseling Testing A no-fee Agency! W' H US .' Sfkggnc of WYUMIIIG I wromra: sm TE Euptomfur sfnwcf 421 South Center Casper, Wyoming Phone: 234-4591 Wholesalers of Plumbing, Heating, Water Works, ...Q M,..,..Q ,.,,.'...--1 Air Conditioning, Industrial irrs ' Supplles I. , it 'I i C, rssr .ss V X- .- - g . .iak XWMQ , ,,s g g , ss as A Phone 237-9503 1 ' ' WWW East C Street ii.. we ..,, a . . ..,. ,..Z.........,,,t...-,...-.i. ..,. p- O. BOX 201 Compliments Casper, Wyoming of the 1139 E 2nd 237-3746 united 11 GREAT CHANNELS TO CHOOSE FROM FEATURING: cable television m of WY. CABLE T.V. THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT BARGAIN IN TOWN PARRISH AGENCY Specializing in all lines of Insurance Marvin Parrish pon Hayes Tina Owen Ieannie MCShaw Ieanne Beebout Bob Snyder M, gQ,,,,75lff"1 Chris Warner Sue Custom Linda Irvine Parrish Plaza 600 E' Flrst ROY'S TOWN 84 COUNTRY CATHY MARUNEZ MlCHAEL'S Hair Care Hairstylist MICHAEL PLUMBO PHARMACY Capilliculteur Phone 307f265-0470 1843 East 2nd "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR BUSINESS" Casper, Wyo 1944 CY Avenue Phone 235-3118 Lama' DOWNTOWN HILLTOP SHOPPING C ENTER Bog cflflaugafl Qfoziaf LOWER and C0-1 lNC- A COMPLETE Dennis H. Lower - President General Contractors Commercial Industrial . Construction Management Charlle Surney Phone 266-4600 515 EAST COLLINS 935 Pendall Ave. PHONE 234-8733 Mills, wyoming CASPER, WYOMING HAIHEM SAIZLUN . HAIRPIECES ,. ,I G f 12 qi 0 TAL 0 s H I o Drafting and Engirzieering Supplies C l t R ro uction Service . BEAUTY SERVICES Omipe 6 ep 152 S. Center P.O. Box 1276 1725 E. Second 266-5040 Casper, Wyoming 265-2990 Casper, Wyoming 82601 82602 The fllzxrriage 35101152 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC YARNS Q NEEDLEPOINT Q CREWEL Q RUGS Q 0 ACCESSORIES . Q CLASSES IN NEEDLEWORK 0 Sunrise Shopping Center Casper, Wy. 82601 phone 265-7390 DEE DEVER CIAIL ENYERT Yarn S Gift Shop, Inc. GREGORY MOTORS Jeep SUBARU. Used cars and trucks 1743 E. Yellowstone Phone 234-9149 Casper, Wyoming 82601 Metcalf's Hardware Debbie Talbot and Bud Stratton checks the inventory to make sure all lines are complete for you. 323 South Center X'-1 2, Phone 235-5493 Xaif Hutsells A Pay 81 Save Quality Groceries af 1 Meats Cpee Dial 234-7882 Wyoming Blvd. - t,ttp,,,,,,,l, .,,, is 'ff V a ' gy Y S and Pendell ttttt at I C . S ivmis, wyo. 2' , , 5 I.. S A . 6' K The smiling sales clerks of Hutsell's are all always willing to help you. LJ S TA LQ DPTS fwfifld-6 l0bvf,cZYii -. :if . AQ' f"ml'fl Q itgff -'lim' my fy-'I-fr ,Qnj2'w-T1't'- W V21 at ll 'f-all C L!! IH , .- f"" C avril. a 15 t - I A -4-gn, v uluil. U' Cu. i Sl.lI'IL' UOIVIANS COCA-COLA BOTTLING C0 OF CASPER ' 'Things Go Better With Coke' ' P. O. Box 875 637 West Yellowstone Casper, Wyoming 82601 l l el 2' U Sf. ll 'gn 1, l ld in ll H E Okes Jewelers has its own line of Kenmark and Keepsake rings, both carry a complete guarantee. Okes Jewelery 105 East Second , Casper, Wyoming 82601 Westridge Village Hllltop Center Phone 237-9411 208 So. Center Genny O'Keefe Manager DARENCO, INC. OPERATING IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN AREA IN THE GAS PROCESSING FIELD SPECIALIZING IN: o GAS SWEETENING PLANTS o SULFUR PLANTS o NATURAL GAS PLANTS FOR LIQUID RECOVERY o COMPRESSOR PACKAGES o PRESSURE VESSELS I I I I I I 6, xy-. M . I 'Y-.5 A ,, WE ARE A FULL SERVICE COMPANY, CAPABLE OF TAKING A PROJECT FROM AN IDEA THROUGH START-UP. ADMINISTRATION OFFICE: FABRICATION: 935 PENDELL AVE. 'I010 FALCON AVE. P.O. BOX 3320 CASPER, WY. 82601 CASPER, WY. 82602 I307I 265-5601 13075 266-5063 LI5 S. Wd ti PIQJQIS-'boslgis fl I I fl A A SMITH - I 7 Aa' 5 gf Building With Casper X j 4 X "The Sign of Good Service fr I 0 Q "We Pave The Way" 1 ' xg lf! Ph. 237-9333 ,7 qs, If P.o. Box 2311 Casper, Wyoming y Branch Office in Gillette trcii 'TT ax A WW I!! ii A I Westridge if HT" "" ,, la- 3 GARPETS 84 LINOLEUM T-if PROFESSIONAL CaII1aIoZ-28SDurICouD9 Hlflf N " T --,, I M" Chev H hb kCoupe w!Tr'-T Sp Stripe .X Avvg ' ' 3 if i riii f if ' GARPETS - LINOLEUM - TILE M Onla HSm,,,CII,,eWIS.,,IIImy WALLPAPERS 84 WOVEN WOOD SHADES RAY SHELLABARGER "THE FRIENDLY CARPET STORE" h I EXPERT lNSTALl.ATION 0 FREE HOME C em et ESTIMATES 2400 EAST vELIowsToNE Hvw. . CARPET5 All MAIOR BRANDS PHONE 235-2741 265-5419 CASPER, WYOMING 82601 WESTRIDGE VILLAGE il ' 5 f ' I' 3 5 3 1 ' 5 N R RQ 0 X 4 THE BRIDAL SHOPPE 'S -I 4330 SOUTH POPLAR lS PHONE: 265-7050 COMPLETE BRIDAL SERVICE INVITATIONS WEDDING GOWNS TUXEDO RENTAL WE ALSO CARRY WINNER'S CIRCLE INTERMOUNTAIN AWARDS 84 APPAREL INC. SPORTING GOODS o ATHLETIC SHOES TROPHIES o BOWLING SHIRTS SILVER o ENGRAVING o SKI WEAR SPORTWEAR o MONOGRAMMING WESTRIDGE VILLAGE o 1050 CY AVENUE PROIVI DRESSES 234-4173 234 0646 AFFILIATED IOHN L. HIRST -2- 4 A 84 W DRIVE-IN 2121 EAST SECOND STREET WHERE OUR FOOD SUITE 106 IS AS GOOD PHONES: AS OUR ROOT BEER 234-6690 235-1169 PO BOX 9219 CASPER, WYOMING 1850 CY A 234 2195 5 A I ' xx PEEEWSIL POLLY smmnnn OIL S-46.04666 QI? E gl- h A Along with these fine oils, we also Casper, 237 8046 C y AI A ories and tires Wyoming Congratulations 2 FORD Graduates! FORD -- NCHS ffclass of ao" TRUCKS Wyoming's Largest Car 84 Truck Dealership Greiner Ford New Cars And Trucks N 266 1680 3333 Cy A FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL NEEDS SEE: Bailey School Supply 265-4742 515 W. Collins Dr. WHERE lT'S NOT JUST A PICTURE 3 lT'S A PERSONALITY Ammo: Z5S2'l.iA.T5 B 34 B I l3S'iRlTEZ.At STU DIO 1527 E. 2nd St BUS. 234 2881 CASPER, WY 82601 RES 235 6086 102 South McKinley St. Phone 1307, 234-2809 P-0 BOX 313 Night 13079 237-8984 f I 'tff EQ i .,-,., I. , ip H . i 5 2 . Q 3 gli. , I 2' g'A sf ,f ' in , 5 5 ' ,.W, if 47 4 Former NCHS Cheerleader Lori Romero poses under the famed Drilling Bits for which Anderson Bit Service is known. Algijlfs Bly' ER WCB D E RS 0 N 4, SHSMQGAWW 7:1313 2 ig , Casper, Wyoming BUSH-WELLS SPORTING GOODS Athletic 84 Team Supplies 235-6671 128 N. MP1 fl! " l if 11' i 2 '1 gg . ' 29 ,ig A Ag ill j llwpilwk Q owl? Salt Creek Freightways You're the winner Cuz we're owners Special l I General Commodnv DW- ,1 - Commodities Sli' Bvidl J I 3333 wesi 'S- Y- H Yellowstone Ray Clanton shows some customers the fine 43077265-2675 Wm ' Casper, Wy. merchandise at Bush-Wells l307l265'5050 OLMAN SALES Ki gg 9 ASPER 8, W Q sEnvlcE VUSTEQ QUAD-WYDMNNG TNDLJSTQVAL PA CDLMAN EQUIPMENT CCI. B 6 2 TRANSPORTATION SPECIAIJSTS P D BOX 213 WK TELQPHQNE 307 2:44 3509 K Y fr- l V. . 3, X5 T T ll 1 T ! jfmii 3" A , yu-,, X is , "4'- 'A'. Q9 Y- ,fea- Q .. n. T ff S ff- . ,J-AL Ax f , j ul N Q f , 5' o' X V ' 'F V 0, ' ,x Jnff ., ' fix- Q EE U EWIEIEEN ,Q! f-J3 ,,...4 .4..9L- ay :Af--.sv'iI':"'7""' Q..,, fu- ' .Af 1 , ' Z .sQ. ',j ::5fm4 521'-. ' 45- ' A mm, oc g PEPSI-CoLA - SEVEN-UP A PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. i 265-0611 d 6443 W. Zero R . Casper, Wyoming I 'I V A I I N A Y Wyoming's Largest soft drink distributors and only canning plant Q3 Q We BuRBAcK's 59 D REERIGERATIQN a. Q C223 APPLIANCE REPAIR INC. Q 6 RESIDENTIAL k EQ 0 coMMERciAL , 43 f PQ AIR c:oNomoNiNG 'ff 'Tfn ICE MAKERs 4 il REERIGERATORS , Il," NQNASH MACWNES FREEZERS 45 DRYER5 is A RANGES Q L " i W QQ slut I xp' oisHwAsHERs E963 Nxt 'Nha-1.31 L' Happiness To A iOAir Conditioning Repair 4:1 80,8'l,82 Mustangs '-5,14-12" J fhkl 7f MWC? V USDA Meats G oce es if fh- ' W Q 'S' ga X PAUL'S STANDARD SERVICE CONGRATULATION sENioRs 2155 CY AVENUE PHONE: 234-1402 -dm CROSS COUNTRY Mtng. Inc. 128 W' Yvonne Neubauer watches Richard Shutts make a final adjustment before adding another beautiful Caspervwyo- banquet to their display rack. 257-2071 A-BO-KAY COTTAG E "Flowers for all occasio " 220 E M d t A 265 9519 WYOMING'S RECREATIONAL CENTER SKI RENTALS AND SKI SHOP BACKPACKS O BOATS 0 RV'S 0 TRAILERS My -. A C 'L A ' lll'III'I'IIlI1"'I,gI.l WIIIIIIIII' Illlllm 1, X ff' , luli-HX . I I l l l III' IWIBX 1 5 I it IIIIII I I II in 'ln . W H. , . gm lk. L-. 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Smith Water Heaters MAGNAVOX TECHMC5 Hardwick Gas Ranges MAY-IAC PANASONIC Outdoor Gas Grills FRIGIDAIRE PHILLIPS Casper Riverton Lander CRAIG HITACHI AMANA MGA BUSINESS WORLD OF TRAVEL FREE TICKET DELIVERY ,Rb PHONE: 266-1634 I , Z 1 K , ,fffff f .V - 'I30 NORTH ASH 0 CASPER, WYOMING STAS'S BRANDING IRON INN STAS LOUTAS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '80 DOWNTOWN CASPER HL Shaw Welding Ph. 265-2564 Casper, Wyo. H '-+211-wg, "ist , 'P .. -y 3 I , Get The Finest In E Agn i Mexican Food E Af -5 K J dig BEEF-N-TACOS ,ff f- ' - 742 E. 2nd 2807 CY Ave. Casper, Wyo. 234-4878 234-0843 E STERN NATIONAL gl E BANK or :urn "Serving You Every Hour Of Every Day." BI RITE O Prescriptions 0 Uosmetics 0 Toys 1111 CY Ave' O Sporting Goods 0 Gifts 0 Liquor 234-1501 0 Camera 0 Housewares 428 S. Durbin Phone 265-1914 P,0, BOX 2480 Casper, Wyo, EMTE .Fi -,,,,,.,W,,. 3, ress so rssryes so TWHERE TO BUY -I-HEMI, 402 E. 2nd 234-7327 'Ib' c.oEMAN Chef lfo -L' GENERAL -L' TIRE 9 SERVICE Of, . - ji ' H -if Q., Wyoming Honey 84 Cheese Sausage - Kitchen Wares 265-1336 Nancy Kay and Tom Vaughn 846 W' YELLOWSTONE Victorian Lace CASPER, WYOMING Ph. 266-1752 Locally owned and operated Branch Offices: Better HEI RER Ha 1480 S. Poplar Casper, Wyo. Story, Wyo. 82842 P.O. Box 63 307-683-2283 Riverton, Wyo. 82501 520 East Main 307-856-6571 Cheyenne, Wyo. 82001 3114 Pioneer Ave 234-9393 307-634-8875 Dubois, Wyo. 82513 P.O. Box 825 307-455-2234 Matteson Byrd Best Wishes To The Class Management Sciences Frflifgle Computer Sciences Cperations Research Safeway Computer Sales Ph. 13071 235-0670 5034 Alcova Route Box 27 Casper, Wyoming On Cy Congratulations i"FSiIQ Seniors l---""ISQ'IIffA"QlnwQI7,QVD EQUAL HOUSING " LENDER GN- SAW 5:3 435, i' 'A' APITAL SAVINGS 0' wymms' of Wyoming WEST CASPER 1738 So. POPLAR 265-1240 WYOMINCHS MOST PROGRESSIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN- EAST CASPER 401 E. COLLINS 266-5840 Casper, Cheyenne, Evanston, Laramie, Rawlins, Riverton, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Worland QQ: ,, 2 ktvj NCHS cheerleaders: fl to rl Karin Christoferson, Julie Gillett, Amy Palmquist, Donna Nickerson, Kim Chadderdon, Lisa Deines and Debbie Dalton. 265-5940 600 Antler Dr. Box 2219 I Nick Nickerson President "Serving all of Wyoming" Qualified Paving Contractor Specializing ln: 'Roads 'Airports "No Job Too Large" Nick Nickerson - Owner Casper, Wyo O MOUNTAIN SPORTS Complete lines of Liquidation Insurance Agency Over 50 Year's Experience Tennis - Skiing - Backpacking "Let Us Liquidate Your Worries" Swimwear - Skate Boards - Rollerskating Max Ortiz Jr. Q ! , lumglml S General Insurance 1 me Downtown - Center and 6th Fire - Auto ' - ' Casualty - Bonds Life - Insurance 235-5703 630 E. 1 Casper, Wyo. I Where Quality DON'S!QQ Il' 5 And Service f 1'-5-" Still Mean Value G G Congratulations Seniors From Steve 84 Dennis Chadderdon 1210 W. Collins Phone 265-8444 Casper, Wyoming 82601 QW Amy Martin is always available to sell any of their fine jewelry in stock. Ayres-McMullin Jewelers 118 East 2nd 234-2986 ,Deg 632 CY Avenue FLOWERS P O. BOX 603 I 632 CY AVE. CASPER, WYO. 82602 "Foremost in Flowers Since 1915" Ready to help you "Say it with Flowers" are Mathew McClaskey, Brian DeWald and April Sauer. Phone 237-2577 Judd Tire Supply Congratulations To Class Of '80 Buy Your Tires At ludd's Lammer's Do-It-Yourself Store jerry Lammers-Owner 333 South Beech Street Casper, Wy. Phone 234-4715 Mon. thru Fri. 8 to 5:30 Sat. 9 to 1 Closed Sunday K C H'l""S lo' 4 CONGRATULATIONS ' , sENioRs L2 ' 0' Q o.1.E. ACOUSTICS gm, -.,-dem S v C, Plaza East 311 Thelmadrive 266-1140 Casper, Wy V 1,WM'm"""'ww 6 Tripeny Motors Lincoln Mercury Datsun 191 S. Curtis Phone 266-1500 Marie and Pat pose in this beautiful Datsun 280ZX, just one of many models available for you to select from on our lot. -.Q.:1 :" Q 9 h,-- Qcords ""1 266-3739 162 So. Center X Quality Selection ervice For Men and Young Men VISIT THE fed 200450: S4056 133 South Center Phone 234-9135 FINE IEWELRY AND ACCESSORIES Eirtnrian Gull: 305 EAST 3rd SUITE 4A CASPER, WYOMING 82601 I307l 265-3444 DELIGHT ROBB WYOMING DIESEL SERVICE FUEL INIECTION and SMALL ENGINE SALES AND SERVICE 235 W. 1St - CASPER, WYOMING CHUCK RIPPERCIER PHONE 234-6688 SALES - SERVICE - Clinton - Briggs 84 Stratton - Tecumseh Lawn Boy - Kohler - Wisconsin All Small Engine Sales and Service MCCULLOCH SAWS gg. BAKERY INC. sf-' " I Delicious Specialty K Breads 84 Rolls f' Wi Birthday, L, Anniversary, . -Mx ,7 f I wedding Cakes QA 'I K3 Open Sundays 'J I - . Hours: ' Open 6:30 AM to 6 PM I g Westridge Village 1.1 234 -7941 , ' ,,m, deiszgii ew,-3 mi 40 Q t 'N ' :mi,,,, if 1 W ii H S lu 3 I wg, , . A 2 g ntei 59 5' -WWE Q I ERE ,. TZ 'f ""f 111' ig , C5?"5.i5 at, Msia in Q , . 2 125 El wh Phone Pictured above are some of the many fine leather accessories ai Casper, Wy lo W 235-0155 Tandy aldaip d Diet Counselor 229 E lst St VA o.v.s.Qn ofTandycra1xs, inc. 234-6725 d CUMMINS XL, INC P.o. Box 2560 , V ' "' ' - ' " "f 2000 East "F" sr. .. uf - i"9!"M" L- --- t T Casper, Wyo. 82602 .tg uQQ' iiiiidii 1 M ' i ii 5' M- ii -'-if 'J5z..:sr,u. it Q A V- 2 .. I W xQ1.' fr:-w 2 W, ., , ' y , A r 'LX Let our frienly staff serve you SEVEN KNIGHTS 1151 Cy Ave Phone 265-2586 323 South Center Phone 235-5493 Best Wishes T0 The N.C. Student Body First United Methodist Church El Marko Lanes 'GOLD CROWNW' LANES t,,e K EL-MARK-o LANES 9 Emu Evelyn Mynn and Lynette Hardman check out the action at El Marko Bowling Lanes Air Conditioned Pro Shop Open Bowling Nursery Free Instruction Snack Bar Wyomings Finest Brunswick - Gold Crown 2800 Cy Ave. Casper 111 South Durbin Branch - 3rd 8: Oak Casper, Wyoming Douglas, Wyoming Phone 266-1690 Q. , 1 Phone 358-4500 W Guaranty Federal savings and loan Our new location will make it more convenient for us to help you with your new location loan, savings plan, or retirement account. roise - boring blind -hole up to 20' diometer 2500'deprhs O -U 3 ct O' 6 . rotory mud -o' oirmist ond down -hole tools DRILLING COMPANY A unc nesounces Lorrrpariv shofts ond explorotron coll 63075265 4102 or write drower o 1 cosper wy 82602 the Finest in Home Furnishings CARPETS - DRAPERIES - FURNITURE COMPLETE interior designing . . . Before you buy- Give PLAINS a try . . furniture 322 South David Casper Phone 265-6000 Wmpanq ' 1 A c o .6llll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.55S Q .-.gf - -zu 5135:-2 if BELL o C :YJWN Your Complete Vacuum Cleaner Sales 8 Service WESTRIDGE Hardware A 8 NICE PLACE TO Apprance R l Elisha H9 Westridge Village Cyclone Central Casper, Wyoming 82601 1937 E. 2nd SYr"f"U 237-2911 K llxnmfnql A iq rur I Q Pindell' MWAK FAMILY SHOES PH: 235-1639 2115 EAST 12th Beverly Place 122 West Second Casper, Wyo 82601 Phone 266-6333 Olympus-Vivitar-Bogen Kodak-Fuji Unicolor-Coast i..-- '- of B i 4, ., hffz:.'nnw Michelle Nickell admires one of the beautiful diamonds at MCCANN IEWELERS Casper's Diamond Store M IT,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,....N..,,-N.....a..,,...,.-'---MW A X27 A I g fsck, , , , fy- mf " ,,. PLAZA OPTICAL it ' D 0 ,W VT best in eyewear - Free Adjustments A W A , A o Contact Lenses Polished while you wait by appointment 5 y Q0 ' w 0 Prescriptions Accurately Filled 41 A I I ,A l 0 Large Selection Sunglasses, Tints, and Gradients ya L .,yry ,V H A .A s ,fl ',,'i 2 ay fi.: ffl.. ii,, , w e! ANN EVANOFF - Optician 237-3980 Convenient Parking 143 N. Beverly o WILSON CALCULATOR SERVICE "The Calculator Company" Texas Instrument Hewlett Packard Victor Casio , Casper, Wyoming 82601 REX S IN AND OUT P-0- BOX 1704 154 South Elk Ph. ii 235-3373 Fast and Courteous Service 104 N. Kimball 234-0353 I FEDERAL SAVINGS It LOAN 400 East First f Af - - af, zu - , J vFe1a7ik5"l5f5ffi Q 4.5, .. :SEFQJI-1I'1Z?.. a.. -'1:EH:f:2:'?7'3f"5:3f:f'Q I MI CHAE I I . I :Z ,fem xx.. wigs: FE C E A I woon FENCES 1 CHAIN LINK RESIDENTIAL Q INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCED TECHNICIANS MATERIALS SOLD FOR DO-IT-YOURSELFERS WE GO ANYWHERE IN 7 STATE AREA Wyoming 0 Montana 0 No. Sz So. Dakota Nebraska O Iowa Sz Minnesota 3100 E. 10th St. Call Day or Evening 1500 E. Yellowstone Hwy. SIOUX FALLS, S. DAKOTA 265-1130 CASPER WYOMING 605 336-7886 2 Locations 265-1130 IyIiI I A 43 51 ss I 4 in -.V.k1 . AFT, The Viking i2if'ff ' Congratulations Class of 1980 Wishing you the best of luck and happiness in your years ahead. Hilltop Center SKYLINE MOTEL Color T.V.-Queen Beds Phones 3rd 84 Country Club 234-5386 2037 CY Ave. 234-9171 gs-' TV Sc APPLIAAVWZE RUSSELL'S T.V. 84 APPLIANCE, INC. Sales 81 Service 2500 CY AVE. Phone f307J 265-0165 Casper, Wy. 82604 Television Q Radio CB Radios 81 Accessories Home Appliances Stereo Featuring such Nat'l Brands as Stanley, American Drew, Riverside, Selig, Hooker, King Koil, Action by Lane, and many more. Jeeaaceweaafze... 1230 EAST YELLOWSTONE. CASPER, PHONE 235-6655 OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 830 TO 5'3O lloms mrnuftmgz. o Delivery at no extra charge a Decorating Service 0 Financing Available RIVERSIDE 85 BEND OF RIVER Mobile Home Lodge 1250 N. Center Casper, Wyo. 82601 Definition of Americanism and Communism 76th Congress House Report "CA1 AMERICANISM DEFINED: In the first place, Americanism is the recognition of the truth that the inherent and fundamental rights of man are derived from God and not from governments, societies, dic- tators, kings, or majorities. This basic principle of Americanism is expressed in the Declaration of Independence. where our immortal forefathers said that all men are created equal and that they are en- dowed by their Ureator with certain inalienable rights, chief among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. From this declaration and the well-established interpretation! that have been put upon it from the beginning of the Republic down to the present mement, it is clear that Americanism recognized the existence of a God and the all-important fact that the fundamental rights of man are derived from God and not from any other source. Among these inalienable rights which are the gifts of man from his Creator are: C11 Freedom of worship: C21 freedom of speech: C31 freedom of press: C41 freedom of assemblageg C51 freedom to work in such occupation as the experience, training, and qualifications of any man may enable him to secure and hold: C61 freedom to enjoy the fruits of his work, which means the protection of property rights: C71 the right to pursue his happiness with the necessary implication that he does not harm or injure others in the pursuit of this happiness. Upon this basic principle. the whole struc- ture of the American Government was constructed. -A'-me The American Government was established to guarantee the enjoyment of these fundamental rights. It therefore follows that in America the Government is the servant of the people," The characteristic which distinguishes our Republic from the dictatorships of the world is not majority rule, but the treat- ment of minorities. Dictatorships muster huge majorities at the polls, through intimidation and high- powered government propaganda, but these majorities are used for ruthless tyranny over minorities. The majority rule of the American form of Government is distinguished by its recognition of certain rights of minorities which majorities cannot alienate. CB1 COMMUNISM DEFINED: Communism is a world-wide political organization advocating: C11 the abolition of all forms of religion: C21 the destruction of private property and the abolition of inheritanceg C31 absolute social and racial equality, C41 the revolution under the leadership of the Communist Inter- national: C51 engaging in activities in foreign countries in order to cause strikes, riots. sabotage. blood- shed, and civil war: C61 destruction of all forms of representative or democratic government, including civil liberties such as freedom of speech, of the press, and of assemblage: C71 the ultimate objective of world revolution to establish the dictatorship of the so-called proletariat into a universal union of Soviet Socialist Republics with its capital at Moscow, C81 the achievement of these ends through extreme appeals to hatred. The Communists, like the Nazis and Fascists. believe and advocate that it is the duty of government to support the people and the right of government to exact blind obedience on all matters from the people. All three of these systema seek to regiment the people under bureaucratic and paternalistic governments through a system of planned economy. In the place of individual initative ambition and effort, they seek to establish a collectivism which will transform the individual into a slave of the state. Intolerance and hatred are preached in order to gain the people's adherence to the collectivistic philosophy. and the promise of economic security is constantly dangled before their eyes to lure them into'slavery. The economic security of collectivisms is the security of a prison. People are asked to sacrifice their fun- damental rights in return for the false promise that they will gain material comfort and economic securi- ty. It follows, therefore, that Communism is diametrically opposed to Americanism. It also follows that a scheme of philosophy of government or a teaching which embraces all or any essential part of the prin- ciples of communism is Un-American." Hillto Sho in Center mrnswun P 265515225 I 11 Q Qqng Q If 3 mrrixziygr lffsis W r eoee W do A V K A k 4 k ' Q1 M, K Look inside and find a wonderful world of men's clothes. If It's right, It's from Ruckman's. FDIC First MBZTESIpXYZ3ZITg Q 1 anks x m I n g To Ser?1eBWyoming 4 k Casper 301 5. Wolcott 266-2880 , M Q zf A v fs 54 fl , .J 2 ig 1Z1A1A.': xr, Fon QUALITY VALUES SHOP THESE FINE STORES ALBERTSON'S W - HILLTOP J. C. Schuetz, CLU AND General Agent WI-CSTRIDGE Southland Life 1445 South Poplar Insurance Company Casper, Wyoming 82601 Dallas Bus. 234-6287 Res. 235-5343 "lk -Q ll Family Sl ,, ' 'M ' A. fl ll'1 V 'I " z 3 257' ,V f ' 2 R 4 rl ! ffl U 'A J 3 H 1' JV: I ,Q . 1" LA.. " 1 an l 4' ll W . . . Enjoy a dellcxous after school treat at W Q TASTEE-FREEZ 1 l 'Y-5 gib 81 jan tafoya 711 East Collins Ave. 3980 S Poplar 266-2755 2340296 X S X 'Nl V l X We re for you. ' 9 ,ffff ia, "f 12- , -, 22222222551 N ,A ag' Z! , ,N - ya.-uf..-v.-rm--.,.v1-,..--.llEfifl?gE3i5a5- ,gfq Q7 Zi Q, A .Y - -X ann, ....v 5.1.1 ...I if W . X!-'s.t..2g 2 2 5, .. . fl gg Z' 5. XLT Q, W. L, ,,, l ., ll' 'L url- .f QW Q 244 ,aff Z7 1. .- 5 8 1 'X X XX-X 'X'XXXXXXt.'XWlX Xttmw INXX num XXXWXX XXX XX XX X XX NXWX XXNX XXNX XM XX XXXXXW Casper, WY 307 X266-1 100 Member FDIC The Town You Want to Live In J GURN A We support all school activities and congratu- late N.C.H.S. on their fine accomplishments for the year 1979-80. 5 ,, Q-...S Bud 81 Jeanne's Buffet Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner We Also Have A Fine Menu To Order From Featuring Steak, Seafood Sandwiches, Salads, Etc. Opens 6 AM - 9 PM Mon Sat - Closed Sunday Buffet Hours 11 AM-2:30 PM 8t 4:30 PM-9 PM 429 EA 235-3131 VACUUM DOCTORS - , nrlzl WE SELL 84 REPAIR ALL MAKES VACUUMS . BAGS . PARTS . HOSES tx V We Service What We Sell svn ' -fix: 13' A . 'Il 1 . A Vi wx ,iw I, :,,, QQ Q A V K I X, ,M- ' A if wx he ,K .... v CT, I 1 I -if Pictured: Nolan O'Briant with cheerleaders Tammy Jensen and Debbie Dalton. He has all types of tapes and stereo equipment for your specific needs. ADMIRAL PHILCO SANYO TELEVISION 84 STEREO TELEVISION 84 STEREO TELEVISION 84 STEREO o Stereo Systems 84 Sound Equipment o Stereo Tapes Nolan O'Briant, Owner o Over 25 Years' Experience Open Weekdays 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Saturdays 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 266-1920 260 W. Ist St. WPI? Many Natrona County High School students use the excellent facilities of Hilltop National Bank. Pictured are Kent Beardsley, Gloria Siedler, and Kevin Budgck mwmqllflllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllulllllllllllllllllllulIIIIIIIIIIIII mov ' ll i i l l llnllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllulllllllmlulnnuuuni BANK IIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -I-I-M ll III "'l' ii " is I I ml .- I I - I f I ummiiuiiii Illlllll ' I O I !l I HZII h!!I HILLTOP NATIONAL BANK 300 MEMBER FDIC COUNTRY CLUB ROAD HILLTOP SHOPPING CENTER CASPER, WYOMING FEMININE FASIIIIINS "Exclusive But Not Expensive" 227 East First 235-6091 Mrs. George Porter jamie Woodward shows us just one of the fine selections at Porters MORE THAN ILST ANOTHER DRUG STORE v-Y '55 , ,m,, ,,,.' V ,,," ,,,' , f 11 5 42 W My ',xldigqRy,1lqli 4' fsmx' ' , Vf.,. 1 l A i B ""' N MARY E. BISHOP neuron fl-193133 .. jAMlllICA'5iLAiG!SY ux signal Move 99 -fee., D cwcbll Bishop ,f A Complete Real Estate Service 2 Off' L H S Y 'ces Oca y to erve Ou 16 Years' Experience 1444 E. 2nd ....... ......... 2 37-3304 849 Cy ......... 237-3483 IF N0 ANSWER CALL REALTOR' 235-5277 225 S. WOLCOTT LOWREYQ ORGAN 84 PIANO CENTER 235-8503 VILLAGE INNG9 PANCAKE HOUSE RESTAURANT No smoking section available! 325 S. Durbin O d 6:00 A.M. A 9:30 PM. ' pen every ay Hilltop Center, Casper, Wy. 82601 -ll 1 +i++ ,lldhmwlmnnr esGPq,1g0q,s Sic 145 No. DURBIN P.0. Box 81130 234-9117 Casper, Wyomlng 82602 QM. as ' ' I Sandy Gouchehour pauses for a minute after telling customer "With all our shoes we must have something for you." WOLFORDS SHOES 177 East 2nd St. Casper, Wyo. Jar all your h I Jhzvel 19794268 -Xlilwlli' 1' 1 EEZ 572 ,f"f'f' Tmwmm., as 0 e 0 2 X rf? F-Q 1 f-fu fwmfn TRAVEL E RESUIVATIONS Br CKETS R ISES u HOTHS u RES T MANAGEMENT uns . mwu wsuk c za PASSPO - H mls Tcflzzgursfgo 5? will :Or mls . rrmvrlrrz CHEC is . fl, Y ll 150 s. woLcon 0 Us Q' Tk 'fl as 265- 9020 Mggg'-gs - C' Re live THE COUNTRY STORE INC. 0'-fsafff: goods MUDE-O-DAY 228 East 2nd daafzsm, rlfljfjomirzg Downtown -. V A 11 no Casper 4 - I ' '-,X . ,-, . tr ' 1' W1" 2 1 -f 4' C "',WiA as 2 pssa ' ssa'ss 2' M a'a""'1 ' is 1 E: 2. A K. 1. 1 1 A h bqb. - 1 ii - Q up ? A ., t. , . - gh 1. ,gal wi -Ed-. W '5f. w ': .'--- - are ' x 1 A it mf , , . 1, , ' X ' v -mf 5' 5 4 R 4 rfil .4 Charles Kudolla and Deborah Kremer l J 1 T'l5f'mVl"f ' P 'd f h I t' ' 1627 East Second St. Charles R. Kudolla gjsileomgnigerctiS2g3,e3nadmi1nIiOTi:'2lS?-1lgrjsseec Ion S Phone 234-9635 Owner I ' I noiImfff5iiif. "WI H"-'92 f -NoLAunf www if I! NOLAND FEED INC. Purina Chows Cattle Feeds Full Line of Salt - Fertilizer Grain - Hay - Straw - Seed Dog 85 Cat Foods Everything for the Horseman "A Complete Feed Store" 268 Industrial Ave. 237-8926 TEAM ELECTRONICS HILLTOP SHOPPING CENTER HI-FI C.B. - CAR STEREO Casper, Wyoming Ii Fm' lC'l 'I' - z, , I Aj 2 CU. UF CENTRAL 1 4 I lj 1 VISA Fl.- ' wrmme si.. WYOMING CA5FER'S ONLY FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALES-SERVICE ' REBUILT KIllY'S IF YOU PURCHASE YOUR KIRBY FROM AN AUTHORIZED DEALER, THERE WILL BE NO CHARGE FOR LABOR IF YOUR MACHINE SHOULD NEED REPAIRING. HOME DEMONSTRATION CALL 265-7610 III9 E. A .1 Z 1- I'Qui--xnlgniuz-ig:-34mn i DARR'S If N V1' ' I -11-1-I1u1nq.ocnmI VISA ' I 13, I . BANQUETS In RECEPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR BUSINESS A WEDDINGS CALL ANEAD FOR RESERVATIONS 234-5832 2 V: HR COMPLIMENTARY PARKING IN EVENINGS 1 1 in in ENJOY FINE DINING AT DARR'S "SKY KING LOCA TEDAK, NA THONA COUNTY IN TERNA TIONAL AIRPORT YOUR HOST... MERRITT DAFIR DINING ' LUNCHEONS BREAKFAS T ' BUFFEYMENUS RELAX IN SUMPTUOUS ATMOSPHERE 81 WATCH THE AIFILINERS ARRIVE 150 ,Ji-M -F WEE E- 4 Key Line Homes l ,, Li coNsTRucTioN co. Max's Honda R-V 550 Est 1st St. Casper, Wyo Scott Key 403 South 6th Phone 234-7212 or 265-6135 Casper, Wyoming Which - Craft, Inc. Congratulations Class of 1980 "Your center for handicraft materials" So. jackson 237-3873 Q N , I T3 EUROPEAN CYCLE VILLAG 3401 CY Avenue E THE BUILDERS MART 655 South Walnut 234-3545 Casper, Wy 266-4930 ti' l ' rf as 6- Makers of the " 'A' ' Worlds Best iF,,.4- C-IANSANTVS PIZZA 241 So. Center Phone 265-2043 "Let's Get Pizzicated" lf? CLINICAL ARTS PHARMACY DELIVERY SERVICE Ph e 235-5755 265-3970 I The C ' ' Professional Service on For Emergency Service Call Located n asper Chmc H- fkdbtd SERVICE CO. Zack and joAnn Brewer 3289 So. Prospector Drive Phone 266-1000 Support your Fellowship of Christian Athletes YAY! IAIIM Car-Home Health-Life "Like a good neighbor State Farm is there." Agents Gene Goodrich 604 S. Wolcott Howard S. Hein 'I728 E. 2nd Max jones 2327 E. 12th Lee Lorimer 866 Cy AV Leonard D. Marshall CY 81 13th Edward L. McCarthy 132 N. Kimball Gene Monterastelli 770 Collins Randy Scoggins 770 Collins Congratulations Seniors ECHO OIL CORP. Division of Maynard Oil Company Casper, Wyoming Phone: 234-6995 DRAKES RX CENTER 135 W. 9th Casper, Wy. Vet Supplies - Health Supplies FOR LARGE AND SMALL ANIMALS FREE DELIVERY Oldest Professional CIRCUS LAND Plllallngiflgff 232 EAST 2nd 266-3986 Joov camo sua. 307-235-8283 Manager , Home 301-235-1 aaa Kentucku Pied Jkicken, IHC v Avenue ,- cxsvn wvoums noon ' . 5 J.R. MILLER CO. INC. CATERING 7 DAYS AWEEK ANY HOUR ui Your Place For .... undo ot more 234-3511 lk Your Single Source ,,,,,E,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Automotive Store BEASLEY'S BIC- A AUTO PARTS H. F. Beasley - NCHS Graduate '36 as Marc A. Beasley - NCHS Graduate '65 220 So. David St. 234-3521 120 West Collins Casper, Wyoming Casper, Wyoming YOUR COMPLETE HOME IMPROVEMENT AND BUILDING SUPPLY and CENTER . Construction ASPER Gem' Contractors A-fy " W S34 The company is S and T, ' W our houses are really extraordinary. We build them large and small, so if you need a castle or stall, Just give S and T a call 601 East 'E' St. ' 235-6636 Flon Snider Growing With Wyoming Builder Since Phone 237-8180 Best Wishes to the Class of "BO" from Casper Automobile Dealers Association BECKER OLDS-GMC COLISEUM MOTORS COMPANY WESTERN EQUIPMENT GREGORY MOTORS GREINER FORD INC. MAX'S HONDA 84 RV TOYOTA OF CASPER NAGEL MOTORS, INC. RAY POWDERS VOLKSWAGEN AUDI RAY SHELLABARGER CHEVROLET STREEPER-GARVIN CADILLAC INC. TRIPENY LINCOLN MERCURY DATSUN FRONTIER AMC IEEP FIAT RENAULT RAY'S NATE'S FLOWERS E M T DRUG SUNRIS ERI 4 84 GIFTS Locations To Serve You Amidst a well-stocked store Christin Carpenter waits on a young customer. "Dependable Prescription Service" Gift Items and Candy 4080 so. Poplar Ph. 237-9393 ffrgast or Nates Westridge Florist Nates Mountain Plaza Nates Flower Mart Nates Hilltop Florist West - We Serve You Best" IT'S BETTER AT THE RAMADA INN! For your pleasure, Casper's Ramada Inn has three of the finest dining rooms in the Rocky Mountain area. join us, we are always open. CASPER'S RAMADA INN I-25 AT CENTER 0 235-5713 efe Alignment Service Inc 325 West A Street -kTrucksirBusestAutomobiIes Complete Wheel-Axle 8- Spring Service o Complete Brake Service WORLD WIDE TRAVEL Hilltop Shopping Center o Wheel Alignment Q Tune-Ups 2607 E. 2nd SI. BOX 9370 e Q Alternators Phone : Q 266-4550 235-1579 'mi uw llliilli vics Roxy Helfrick Owner llnfmg, 4 P--MW -Nair RADIO SHACK W- Roy Reasonover 4 Manager Phone 265-7278 4200 S. Poplar Casper, Wy. 'Dv 7 Auto Table Top Mirrors Plexiglass C- X f U Tub an www Valspar Shower T Paints Enclosures THE LINOLEUM 84 CARPET STUDIO INC. Karastan and Mohawk Carpet Armstrong Linoleum Lee's Glass And Paint "Give Us A Break" Casper Over 28 Years in Casper Casper, Wyoming . . 200 Forest Drive Phone 234-4959 Lee 8' Rm Somon' 1 . 'fs ww, i 1 2 It ,1 hg M if Pictured 1 l to rj Faye Parker, Marty Sterner, Mark Harwood, lseatedl Mary Beth Leonard, Donna Christensen lowner: not picturedi Secretarial Administrative Office Technical Clerical Sales World's Largest Employment Service Durbin Center I, S v 'I M y E:LLlG5N f' .6 . ,J , td .Q .. Your Culligan Man A man who cares! Sales, Service, and Rentals 265-5300 825 N. Wolcott 234-3553 C'Jl...t..fl..a. YOUR KEY T0 ENTERTAINMENT E FOR YEARS qc J. lgirqgf Pancake House 6 A.M. - 9 P.2ll. if I I 15 E. 2n JXXXIIZHIXKWKKIW - C-5' Zffffiff' j2ff' n T J. . Qzizsxxfffm America - Rialto Beverley Cinema fm .ft ri I at time mhz WEE K lVl1le Hi - Terrace Drive Ins W' i3:M-.i1, I WWW ' N ,zmkshi , Wwe,,,,.i ,fu-ina :Jin M WMM 4 4 MEPTQ- ua, 2' MM' ' ., Af 4 I ' ,W ani- 4 I 7 iiii 43, if i"y.,f-Y ' nf "f4fZ."5WW9f3'.n - Je. f 'W W ' M N CONSTRUCTION SERVICE SUPPLY, INC j 6500 Old Yellowstone Highway j Post Office Box 3779 Casper. Wyoming 82602 X -I 307-234-1537 gdlwiuukba Svwvlce Suppdf ' . ':,,,,,...,,.,..,, Vickie Peters and Sue Kelly SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - RENTALS - LEASING o"."'o Q . - f H 15 10 561 sa e 2 I : 'Q' G 'Q' fe '.'9000'. 0 'Q C KVZGQK SVNO C951 '50 6XzQOOQQNRQ7 Open 9:30-5:30 Mon.-sat. LOL SQ S MARKET SQUARE 5000 2nd and Durbin Q U! Residential Gmifgxi Farm Business -.::::z,:1':.:,'1zR Ranch Commercial Resort Areas Downtown Congratulations to the Class of '80 am.-6 gn The Title Guaranty ' Company ullll i . S of Wyoming, Inc. 237-8486 Glad? 537 S. Center . Casper, Wyoming shi:-18 , iffgffiiueri Wyoming s Pioneer '18 Title Insurance Co. Since 1914 Open morkelsquom Statewide Service 9:50-SIZJO , ' mn-58+ ?5EfT85V9O"""73 1-800-442-8420 The Gals for WESTRIDGE VILLAGE - CY AVENUE 5Mf1Z,ll.!1!'flEl'3Ti,ll22?Lh2g? 234- 3 l 32 -EA MOKH7 sg . Donna Culpepper, Cable Splicing Technician, Casper XX Ted Keenan, Operator, Casper J' at jan Pornroy, Station lnstallationfRepair Technician NONTRADITIONAL JCJBS . . . Times are changing. People are changing. And so are job opportunities. Slowly but surely, the age-old barriers between "men's jobs" and "women's jobs" are coming down throughout the country. Take a long look at these telephone company employees. They're proving that being the right person for a job really depends on the individual not on his or her sex. We're working to make sex-stereotypes a thing of the past in our business. But we can't reach our goal without people like these, who have had the interest and initiative to break through traditional job barriers. Sound like your kind of thing? If it does, find out today what a nontraditional job could do for you tomorrow at Mountain Bell. ii' Mountain Bell An Equal Opportunity Employer THE CILENROCK REFINERY, INC. DIESEL No. 1 DIESEL No. 2 COMMERCIAL IET FUEL ASPHALT P.O. BOX 2553 CASPER WYO. 82602 Ph. 307-265-0460 'P Qnjajeb' Wilfratelsrta IT'S RAPIDLY BECOMING A TRADITION to visit Grethe's and register in the Bridal Registry, When you do. you'II receive a complimentary gift d more importantly y0u'II assure yourself of receiving the kind of wedding gifts that you will Inng t usure. You'II find everything you'Il need for your wedding at GretI1e's. , STORE HOURS: GRETHE S " " W SP 'Not Just Anotlwr Gilt Store 5 d y 1551 CY Avenue 235 5002 N p U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Specialists In Wild Sold, Cut And Wrapped For Locker Or Freezer Game Processing I O I , g V4 I W91HT1Ch S I Mtg f0.,,,.M.t SUNRISE LANES NC students are provided with an entertainment spot for the weekends as they take advantage of the many fine bowling services available at the Sunrise Lanes and Snack bar. FROZEN FODD LOCKERS, INC. 412 East Fifth Street . . . P. O. Box 327 Phone 237-2559 . . . Casper, Wyoming Also Articat Dealer BOB WEINRICH JIM WEINRICH TOM WEINRICH DAVE WEINRICH 4370 S. Poplar 24 AMF Alleys ABC Sanctioned "It's more fun to bowl at Sunrise!" 9 11 A TYQQ X? g - xxx 5 if .. 1 V gt 5 E - if 1 W ' ' it " i I' if!! Peggy Missel 0 Rodeo Queen ' 1980 V3 W 74 70 I Me edt 19 on f Axion 61st rf mis 5 5 Anniversary grqfq ,f 1 1919-1980 F 2, Ca' 1 ' A513 - 1' 'ii UTFITTERS X -.V it has been our privilege to serve the If 1 . ' 'E . Wyoming pioneer. rancher, cowboy and homesteader for over halfacen- 'K H' You are always welcome at tury- 'X Lou Tau.bert's . . . " and 0 7mm Emma " W One Of The Nations Leading Western Stores Featuring the finest Name Brand Merchandise in the Nation. We're proud to be your headquarters for the brands you know and trust. A brand is a maker's reputation. Don't take a chance--buy a brand name . . . This is your assurance of confidence . . . Satisfaction. 125 - 29 East Second . . . Downtown Casper . . . Established Ft. Laramie, Wyo. 1919 P0P'2's Sears WW PLUS "For The Woman With A Little More To Love" Catherine Pope 631s-Ash 234-7884 Casper, WY 82601 ,,,,.. 2 , 2 25? V0 , 'V T . f, K XIAA V 4 I' Satisfaction Guaranteed A iill or Your Money Back 5 :l',fllf,,,,i1 3 l I J ' ' H i ,VL Monday thru Ff'd3Y Ull 3330 Catherine and Paula Pope display one of the Sat UH 6100 Sun l2'5 many fine fashions that are available for your 320 S. Center Phone 235-2571 selection. i MOBILE CONCRETE CGMPANY PHONE 257-9544 CASPER, vvyoiviincs moasiticis XCGNCRETE Qiemonailmum S Dhofognnphen 1331 South Durbin Phone 234 1681 Photographs With a Reputation x l Q- 2. it Q .bla A .4-"' MQ.. B DI SHOES ' V "If The Shoe Doesn't Fit We Won't Let You Buy It" Twyla Herold has a wide selection of shoes to show you at Bondi and Shoes. HILLTOP GIBSON'S 2 "Casper's Home Owned Discount Center" 2405 CY Avenue Open Daily 9 to 9 Sunday 10 to 6 GUY TWEED, CLU MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK MCDNY Life Insurance - Mortgage Protections Plans - Savings Plans - Tax Sheltered Annuity Plans For Teachers- 4320 So. Poplar, Sunrise Shopping Center Bus PH, 234-S361 Res PI-I. 237-2691 as tl r0'f l xg-1-p,, Congratulations Frorn Boch man n Realty and A: Staff it 'Home of the Searchers' 2501 East 3rd 237-3743 In The Hilltop Shopping Center ariety , 2 Qtze lneam 9 Qlienlaet Q 49 Sweet Cream lce Cream Flavors l Old Fashioned Sherbert "Always . 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