North High School - Polar Bear Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)

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Search For Tomorrow Search for Tomorrow Life at North isn ' t much different from a soap opera. You start out thinking you know everything and here you learn it all. From falling in love to failing a class, to making new friends and letting go of old friends is a part of this learning experience. Who knows what tomorrow brings, life is just one big continuous episode of personal victories and defeats. We hope you ' ll enjoy the yearbook and enjoy the memories it recalls And remem- ber we all " Search for Tomorrow. " The 1984 Yearbook Staff 7 10 I " H i l l 1 This is it!! The 1984 North High graduates! We have come a long way, and we ' ve finally made it. Our class might be small (only 126 and maybe less but we have enough pride to last a life time. Good luck to everyone and have a safe and happy future. Pee-Pee the Clown!! (Coach Peterson) Bonfire During the first week of school, North kicked off the year with a blazing bonfire!! The football players participat- ed in the building of the fire and gave predictions of the upcoming game. 16 leff Potts plays the role of ' Scrooge ' 19 Mr Whitney ' s art class makes checkerboards ' 24 25 AS THE WORLD TURNS North Has Disappointing Season 1 ntr I70j rOOlQdll ScdSOn WdS r r m r-v 1 f | c r c " tilt t f ft iffrt rrl r t C lui iipitriiui is oui cji oj diiempis iNortn U Urbandale A 1 not as bad as in previous years, naving J73 yaras ana 4 iNorm Cdiiie very close to naving loucnaowns. jen roiis naa com Nortn r O Roosevelt 5i two metro victories. pletions of 9 attempts with 21 i ne iirst against noover wnicn yarus. i_eauing receivers were Nortn Hoover went into over iime witn noover uoug Lee wiin zo caicnes ior zzo winning uy just one point [zu ydi diiu one luucnuown. jidn North r D tast The second was against the Lamay had 5 catches for 63 yards Scarlets of East . This game was and one touchdown. Leading North 0 Dowling A 1 43 iNorin s nomecoming ana iNorin n icnfirc A z r z tt rt 1 itYiii vAJitrt ruhiitrrs Wcic oidii Ldiiidy wiin iwj u 3c onino it fy r a iy fr -»rw M vrtF was gtjiiig oui iui d victory. iNorin arn ic r r 1V»4 ar Hc onH j or jolnn _dl I Itrb HJI 1 t ydiUD diiu dVtfidglllg rNortn u Ames scored during the first quarter and 1.6 per carry. Ron Cheetem had failed to make the extra point giv- 38 for 126 yards and an average North 0 Valley 50 ing North a 6-0 lead into half time. of 3.4 per carry. Jeff Hodges Then late in the 3rd quarter, East carried the ball 34 times for 152 North 0 Lincoln 38 scored and beat North 7-6. yards and averaging 4.4 per carry. Although North had a North passed the ball 105 times North 0 Crinnell 11 disappointing season, there were for 47 completions with a gain of several players that put in excellent 438 yards and 4 touchdowns, marks in the statistics report. North, however fumbled 28 times The team leaders this season in and lost 20, while North had 53 passing were Tom Morris with 38 penalties for 435 yards lost. Back Row John Purdy. Scott Halsteed, Rick Flaherty, Name Not Available, |eff Hodges, Mike Lomax, Charlie Mundy, Neal Williams, Fifth Row; left Maples, Knute Bemis, Chris Palmer, Todd McCullough, lulius Carter, Steve Waters, Skip Sweeten. Fourth Row: Sean Morris, Craig Avant, Keith Warne, Tom Morris, Robbie Taylor, Robert Rhems, Mike Morrow, Joe Oxenrider, Mgr Kim Mick. Third Row: Lynn VanderLinden, Tony Gill, left Potts, Ryan Aldrich, Wayne Mitchell, David lones, Lewis McGregor, lohn Bohall, Pat Barden, Mgr Frankie Frost, Second Row: Mgr Teresa Stemler, David VanArkle, Archie Balintine. Kevin Cavan, Gary Bragg, Doug Lee, Brian Kooker, Sidney Shelton, Shawn Nelson First Row: John Pierick, Sayse Ganpat, loey Oliver, Tony Smith, Ron Wilery, Stan LaMay, Ron Cheatem, Erwin lones, lay 28 Knapp 1983 Sophomore Football Front: Mike Murphy, David Meyers, Jeff Burns, Paul White, Eddie Roberts, Ron Jorgensen, Darrell Wright Row 2: Christine Minez, Mike Mathis, Matt Hamilton, Jim Tullis, Am Lovan, Tim Farrell, Irving Stokes, Jack Adamovich, Kim Knapp Row 3: loel Cox, Charles Steve, Simon Aletori, Mike Pazi, Steve Dill, Dominic Paterno, Darrell Edison Top: Coach Fritz Keeling, Rick Flaherty, |im Sealy, Antoine Lewis, David Jackson, Stan Page, Christy McAbee, Coach Rickio Scores This years sophomore football team finished the season with an 0 and 9 record. However they did have close games against Lincoln and Indianola and lost 2-0 to Roosevelt. Coach Keeling compliment- ed them for not giving up through a long season. But he was also disappointed that a team of that size and ability couldn ' t have done better. Two sophomore standouts, Rick Flaherty and loel Cox, saw a lot of Varsity action this year. Hopefully all members of the sophomore team will return next year to play varsity football and help to make North a contender. S E Polk 42 North 0 Roosevelt 2 North 0 Hoover 30 North 0 East 31 North 0 Dowling 42 North 6 Ames 40 North 6 Valley 42 North 8 Lincoln 19 North 0 Indianola 13 North 0 31 1983 Freshman Football Front: Mgrs Jodi Hester and Jodi Holman, Bernie Rothman. lason Kangus, Phil Glenn, Monty Rundle, lamie Frederick. Scott Mitchell, |oe Ba- ker, Richie Hesseltine, Mgrs Laurie Simpson and Amy Kurshinski Row 2: Billie Griffey, lerry VanDorn, Eric Penney, Kinicki Malavong, lames Carter, Calvin Freeman, Robbie Byrd, Kendall Godwin, Cory Floyd, David Valentine, Dennis Sloan, Chris Veatech, Row 3: Scott Parrott, Dan- ny Groenhoff, Chad Meyers, Scott Marnin, lames Aletori, lohn Baker, Tom Durham, Robbie McGregor, Chad Hobbiebrunken Standing: Coach Leonard and Coach Holiday Kendall Godwin hands off to Cory Floyd Roosevelt Hoover East Saydel Dowling Ames Central Valley Lincoln Scores 33 North 42 North 42 North 20 North 43 North 36 North 40 North 38 North 6 12 0 13 0 13 29 0 Young Team Has Fine Season Front: Marguerite DeBrown, Lisa Simpson, Brenda Essex, Pam Cope, Sandy Adams, Theresa Cruening, Margret DeBrown Row 2: Melissa Codinier, Donna Chapman, Michelle Carter, Suprena Bolden, Dee Dee lames, Stephanie Simmons, Liz Messerly This years girls cross country team had a fine season even though they finished 7th in the Metro Conference. The team was small and had no seniors to provide leadership. Even though the team was young Coach Da- vis felt that overall the team as a whole did very well and placed highly in many meets. He also pointed out that many individual runners did exceptionally well. The top runners on the team this year were lead by junior Liz Messerly, juniors Michelle Carter and Marguerite DeBrown, Freshman Lisa Simpson and sophomore Brenda Essex. North ' s top runner: Liz Messerly 35 Boys Cross Country Strides Onward This year ' s team finished 5th overall in the metro. After a great season last year many members felt that this year was disappointing. Coach Silvey pointed out that despite the low fin- ish many individuals did quite well. The top five runners were: David Nash, Charles Barber, Mike Newhard, Mike Donahue and Jim Kulish. This year ' s captains were Charles Barber and Mike Newhard. Two highlights of the season were finishing 8th out of 18 teams in the Districts and David Nash becoming the first North runner in many years to qualify and run in the State meet where he placed well. Row 1: Mike Newhard, Steve Helm, Kompvey Baccam, |oe Rothman, Mike Donahue Row 2: Mark Hampe, Kevin Gee, Mike Ford, Joe Lawmen, David Nash. Row 3: Charles Barber, Alan Pickett, |im Kulish, Matt Murphy, Larry Young Top: Coach Snyder and Coach Silvey. Pickett, Kulish and Newhard again Girls Swim Team Makes Waves! Front Row: Jeanie Glas, Nancy Harkin, Laura Dunshee, Anna Akermark 2nd Row: Tammy Erickson, Ann Kramer, Raquel Way, Diane Hawkins, Angie Dubbs, Ruth Choate, Stephanie Boozell, 3rd Row: Cindy Knight, Lisa Henderson, lanell Sinclair, Carol Boyce, Kim Vignaroli, Cathy Lattimer, Elizabeth Cain, Michelle Armstrong, Beth Axness, Margo Miller, Lisa Feldman, Michelle Reed 4th Row: Coach Linda Chase, Assistant Coach Sondra Lazear, Coach Lonnie Kerman, Managers: Paul Wiedermeier, Paul Eure, Andy Tetmeyer, (anet Wiedemeier, Steph- anie Jacobs On your marks, get set,— The North girls swimming team had a very successful season. The girls finished 37th in the state and captured fourth place in the metro. They only lost four meets out of the twelve seasonal meets. There were two individuals who qualified for state competition, Anna Akermark who qualified in the 100 but- terfly and Angie Dubbs qualified for the 500 freestyle. There were two relays that went to state competition. A medley relay and a free style relay. The girls had an out- standing season. Conference time girls. ' Four Swimmers to State First Row: Jim Seely, Coach Lawson, Tony Gill. Second row: Chris Hernandez, Mark Sims. Paul Wiedemeier, Steve Marvelli, Shawn Thornton, Chad Hobbiebrunken Third Row: Alan Pickett, Mike Choate, Bill Evans, Mark Hampe, Larry Young, Peter Clay, Larry Hyler, Bill Krienbring, Stephanie Boozel Despite a disappointing first half season, the Boys Swim Team went on to have a successful year with the addition of Coach Peterson and Lars Steffenson, a standout ex- change student from Denmark. The tankers dropped a few meets early that they could have won, but the coaches kept the team motivated, and the team end- ed by beating SE Polk and Indianola. And fared well in the Metro and District meets. Qualifying for the state meet were: Medley relay team of Lars Steffenson, Alan Pickett, Larry Hyler, and Paul Wiedemeier. Lars Steffenson in the 200 IM, Paul Wiedemeier in the 50 Free, and Lars again in the 100 Back. Both coaches hope for a strong team next year, losing only three seniors. ■ Captain Larry Hyler Volleyball Has Best Season Ever! Front Row: Phera Canpat, Robin Baxter, Jennifer Richards Back Row: Coach Sandy Thorpe, Kelly Cox, Mindy Weizorek, Sandra Trogdon, Becky Birmingham, Tina Aller lennifer Richards goes up for the spike! v Stop showing off Kelly, we want to play too! Sandra Trogdon dinks the ball over the net This year ' s Volleyball team had a very successful season by capturing a second place in the overall metro standings. Their record this year was 8 and 4 and 11 and 5 overall. In competing for the regional playoffs, North successfully captured their first two games, but could not handle the Ft. Dodge team in the third game. North came just within one game of the state tournament. Kelly Cox and Sandra Trogdon were named to first team All-Metro, while Jennifer Richards was mentioned to second team all metro. Honorable mention went to Becky Birmingham and Robin Baxter. 4 J. V. Volleyball Has Good Season Front: D. Vanderlinden, M. Heimbaugh, S Butcher, M. Simpson, A. Gillespie, M. Richards. Second Row: Kathy Erickson, T Hill, B. Browder, K. Lenz, S. McClure, K. McAbee, S. Thornton, D. Carpenter, D. Hart, Sandy Thorpe. North ' s frontline awaits the serve Susan Butcher returns the ball. 42 Girls Basketball Team Has Another Great Year The girls were ranked 16th in the state at the begin- ning of the season, but have had they ' re ups and downs. They were ranked as high as number four in the state, but with two consecutive loses they dropped out of the ratings. At the end of the regular season they were rated number twenty in the state. The team has been lead by Rose Calbreath with an average of 32 points a game. Marcene Schomer has also contributed to the cause with an average of thir- teen. The three top defenders are Sandy Trogdon who is in first place in guard points and Shannon Simmons and Cina Bailey tied for second. Marcene Schomer shoots for two! Front: Janice McClictic: First row: Marguaret DeBrown, Traci lohnson, Ann Kramer, Marilyn Cason, Cini Brown, Marguarite DeBrown. Second row: Kathy Lattimer, Sandy Trogdon, Kelly McFarland, Shannon Simmons, Rose Calbreath, Marcene Schomer, Rami Brafford, and Chris judge. Managers Kim Lenz and Kolleen Hill. Shannon Simmons and Sandra Trogdon wait patiently while Rose Calbreath shoots Rammi Brafford shoots for two! freethrows. North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North 89 46 68 65 79 46 72 76 56 61 65 36 51 72 59 41 East Valley North Polk East Saydel Dowling Valley Roosevelt Lincoln Lincoln Ankeny Dowling Hoover Ames Hoover Dowling 60 21 47 53 20 54 54 53 42 53 32 27 53 48 55 38 Rose Calbreath surrounded by Dowling defense. North North North North North North North North 60 57 68 55 48 85 89 75 Valley Ames Roosevelt Hoover Lincoln S.E. Polk East Roosevelt 43 41 54 77 62 60 60 47 44 Boys Finish 3rd in Metro 1 % 42 1 1 54 Front: Charles Barber, Kevin Gee, Paul Walker, Tony Smith, Wesley Craves, Tommy Young, Curtis Bell Standing: Tina Thompson, Tim Wright, Ion Hedgecock, Mike Lomax, lohn Purdy, Bill Cowan, Ken Ennis, Tim Righi, Alan Cray, Keith Hern, Anthony Bell, Stephanie Brown This years boys varsity team under second year coach Mel Green started off the season slow, but got back on track and finished with a respectable 10 and 10 record, good for third place in the Metro. This season was highlighted by the slam dunks of Mike Lomax and Bill Cowan, the three point shots and fancy dribbling by Curtis Bell, and the aggressive play of Tim Wright. Despite the ups and downs of the season the whole team played well and on most nights were very exciting to watch. The North-Tech Polar Bears are looking ahead to district play and are anxious to make their bid to reach the state tournament. Scores North 23 Valley 22 North 46 Newton 59 North 45 Knoxville 68 North 59 S.E. Polk 66 North 58 Dowling 59 North 99 Saydel 15 North 48 Valley 79 North 72 Roosevelt 67 North 77 Lincoln 62 North 69 East 65 North 70 Ames 51 North 65 Hoover 55 North 69 Stritch (Keokuk) 70-OT North 59 Dowling 48 North 63 Valley 77 North 60 Roosevelt 54 North 90 Lincoln 85 North 67 East 74 North 55 Ames 60 North 47 Hoover 39 Curtis Bell 46 47 Sophomores Improve Play Front Row: Shelly Smith, Donna Chapman, Diana Woods, April Cowan, Andrea Murray, Sheryl Doyle, Shellisa Miller. Back Row: Elizabeth Cain, Christy Lippold, Darcy Dunlap, Debbie Kroll, Donna Porter, Diane Vander Linden, Seslie Carr, Coach Davis. The Sophomore girls basketball team had a great season, improving tremendously since their freshman year. This years team captured three victories against Saydel, East, and Hoover. Although their record was only 3-16 over all the team showed that they couldn ' t be beat easily. Leading scorer for the sophomore team was Debbie Kroll averaging 24 points a game. Another outstanding forward was Darcy Dunlap who progressed well during the sea- son. The teams leading defender was Sheryl Doyle averaging six rebounds per game. Diana Woods and Andrea Murray also played well in the guard court. hoots her Darcy Dunlap in action North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North 46 55 45 38 39 59 52 51 43 39 43 21 36 45 49 45 N Polk East Saydel Dowling Valley Roosevelt Lincoln Ames Hoover Dowling Valley Ames Hoover Lincoln SE. Polk East 48 54 35 52 64 54 57 60 65 52 73 27 56 63 61 63 Sophomore Cagers Have Some Close Ones Front row left to right: Paul Nolte, Jeff Burnes, Rico Burkett, Art Ousley, Mike Engelbrecht, Mike Donahue, Glenn Heger- Manager Back row, left to right: Terrell Page - manager, Kurt Vogel, Tyrone Moore, Mike Glenn, Stan Page, Mike Mathis, Robert Bell, Aretha Lyons - Manager. Top Scorer - Robert Bell (15 points); Top Rebounder — Robert Bell (8 per game); Top Stealer -Art Ousley -(5 per game); Top Assists -Rico Burkett (6 per game); Best Free-throw shooters - Mike Donahue (83%) and Mike Mathis (82%). North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North 41 41 52 43 38 37 61 53 43 34 31 37 51 54 52 South East Polk Dowling Saydel Valley Roosevelt Lincoln East Ames Hoover Keokuk Dowling Valley Roosevelt Lincoln East 42 72 28 75 57 75 70 70 63 53 56 63 56 58 54 51 Front Row left to right: Laurie Simpson, Amy Kurschinski, Jodi Hester, Lisa Simpson, Jodi Holman, Cayleen Shade, Back Row left to right: Anneesah Shabazz, Teresa Gruening, Melissa Caudineer, Autumn Gillespie, Kathy Lattimer, Teresa Fiscus, Mary Kimball, Bonnie Mingo, and Coach Larry Johnson Freshman Girls Gain Experience ' fkn M This years freshman team, although they were small in numbers, and were lacking in experience, they were able to win five games during the season. Head coach Larry lohnson was pleased with the way his team Progressed over the season. Johnson feels his team will improve next year and play with more confidence after the way they fin- ished the season so strongly. S A Team B Team North 21 96 Dowling North 11 29 Dowling North 21 56 Roosevelt North 21 38 Roosevelt North 19 73 Valley North 28 53 Valley North 21 76 Lincoln North 34 31 Lincoln North 25 75 Ankeny North 38 45 Hoover North 20 68 Hoover North 25 20 Ames Welch North 21 27 Ames North 32 22 Ames Central Welch North 35 38 East North 44 48 Ames North 18 25 Dowling Central North 28 35 Roosevelt North 38 74 East North 26 48 Valley North 49 58 Dowling North forfeit Lincoln North 47 68 Roosevelt North 25 68 Hoover North 32 71 Valley North 37 36 East (OT) North 44 56 Lincoln North 25 107 Hoover North 19 48 East Kathy Lattimer shoots a jumper 53 1983-84 Freshman Boys Basketball Both freshman teams had good seasons. Although the records aren ' t outstanding, this years team did better than in past years. The A-team finished with a record of 2 and 14. And the B-team finished the season at 3 and 11. Both teams had their rough times, but they also exper- ienced good times too. Many players showed a lot of tal- ent and will be a great help to North High basketball in the future. Coach Don Sears spoke highly of the teams. He pointed out that both teams played well and that a few players, with a little more experience, will have the potential to be future North stars. Kneeling: Richie Hesseltine, Robbie McGregor, Derek Burton, Sitting -Troy Floyd; Chris Hotchkiss, Don Poe Standing: Coach Don Sears, Rico Burkett, Kendall Godwin, Cory Floyd, David Ballentine, Mike Dixon, Leonard Brown, Tim Nail. Scott Lowery 55 Wrestlers End at 3-12 Row 1: Richard Buchanan, Mark Warner, Tony Borwig, Neal Williams, Robbie Taylor, Curt Conn, Curt Caberiel, Row 2: Kamphoui Baccam, David Jones, Phil Glenn, Todd Schweizer, Donny Jones, Rob Utterback, Mike Barron, Robbie Bird, Julie Glenn Row 3: James Smith, Jim Russell, Steve Pugh, Roscoe Ries, Jim Tullis, Scot Marnin, Randy Childers, Mike Murphy, Donny Hunter, Scot Hosman, ONE LIFE TO LIVE AHRENS, WAYNE X AKERMARK, ANNA LOUISE X- AYRES, APRIL LYNN BAKER, KATHERINE ANN BARDEN, PATRICK ALAN BELL, KELLY KRISTINE BEYER, DESIREE LYN BURNS, TORI REA CATHI, LA CAVAN, KEVIN CHOATE, MICHAEL JOHN CONN, RONALD DALE X COPPER, STEPHANIE ANNE COX, KELLY JO CRADDOCK, MARK ANTHONY DAVIDSON, MARY ELIABETH X DORSEY, MONIQUE LYNETTE XDUNLAP, LYNETTE DENISE -DUREN, LEA ANN X ECLI, DIANNE LYNNORE ERICKSON, SUZANNE MAE FARGO, AMY DIANE X FECLEY, PAUL ARTHUR JR. A ' FINCH, DOUG MICHAEL FISHER, DIANA KAYE X FOGGIA, DEANNA KAY FREIHAGE, JENNIFER LYNN •V GRACIA, MICHELE MARIE GAUGHAN, THOMAS GELNER, JENNIFER WING X GILL, ANTHONY PATRICK GILLOTT, JOHN JOSEPH GLAS, JEANETTE ALINE X GODWIN, BARBARA DEE GRAY, ALAN EDMUND GUTHRIE, TRESEA HAINLINE, LESLIE MAE HARKIN, NANCY JEAN X HARPER, LESLIE ANN X HASSTEDT, HOLLY RUTH HA, TU LUONG HECK, KELLEY PATRICIA HENSLEY, DOUGLAS PAUL -f HOANG, NUCK THI HODGES, JEFFREY DAVID HOLMAN, STACY LINN HUYNH, XUAN THI Y IMMEL, DAVID ALAN JACOBS, ABIGAIL ANN JAYNE, KARLA ANN X JOHANSEN, JANET MARIE KELCE, WILLIAM FRANCIS LINFORD, ROBERT AXEL LUNA, BENITA LYNNE X MADISON, JERRI ANN MAJOR, LESLIE ANN MARTELLI, DAVID ALLEN MARTINEZ, O ' LAINE TRACY MC SPARIN, MONIQUE JEWELL MEEK, ERIC NEVIN 63 X MICK, KIMBERLY KAY MITCHELL, WAYNE SHANNON MORRIS, THOMAS MICHAEL OAKLEY, PATRICIA RENELL ODEN, CINDY SUE POLK, CASEY ANNE POTTS, JEFFREY )OHN X REHMS, ROBERT BRIAN X RICHARDS, JENNIFER LYNN SCHOMER, MARCENE ANN SIMS, JOHN DAVID SPENCER, MICHAEL ARTHUR STEINBACH, CHRIS FRANCIS K STEMLER, TERESA ANN STUBBS, EDWARD BRIAN ' 9 64 SWEETEN, GEORGE EDWARD + SWIFT, WENDI RENE THOMPSON, TAMMY KAY f- TOUNSLEY, JOHN EUGENE TROGDON, SANDRA DEE UNG, LENG SAU VANDER LEEST, ROBIN SCOT VASQUEZ, PAUL WAYNE EWDLUND, ST AO LYN WICKETT, IONATHON WADE CWILBUR, ELIZABETH )EAN WILEY, BECKY )EAN WAYNE L. AHRENS, Football 1, Deca 7,8, My most memora- ble experience was when we defeated Valley. APRIL L. AYRES, Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Softball 4,6,8, Drama 1,2, 3,4,5,6,8, Choir 7,8, Office help 4,5,7, Drama Club 7,8, " I ' ll remember all the friends I made and the fun times I had with them and having Mr. Lazear first hour! " PATRICK ALAN BARDEN, Foot- ball 1,3,5,7, School Plays; " Shall we join the ladies " 1, " My three Angels " 3, " Future plans are to go to college at Iowa and major in Accounting. After college I want to settle down and live easy. " KELLY KRISTINE BELL, Cheerleading 1,2, Pep Club 1, 2, Choir 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7, jazz Band 1,2,3,4,5,6, " My future plans are to live in Georgia and attend college to be a court reporter. " KEVIN CAVAN, Football 1,3,5, 7, track 2,3, Basketball 1. MICHEAL JOHN CHOATE, Football 1,3,5, swimming 5,6,7, 8, Hockey, Key Club 7,8, Ora- cle 7,8, Yearbook 8. " My most memorable experience was defeating Valley in foot- ball during my Junior year. " CARMEN RENEE COLBERT, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4,5,6, Student Council 5,6, Peer Helper 3,4,5,6, Students in Leadership 5,6, Office Helper 1,2,3,4,5,6, Student Council Secretary 5,6, Mime Club 5,6, Drama 1,2,3,4,5,6, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4,5,6, Baseball Manager 6, Oracle 5,6 Oracle Editor 7, Swimming 1, " Diary of Anne Frank " 5, " Shall we Join the Ladies " 1, S.A.D.D. 7, Yearbook 7, and Junior Homecoming princess. " Make the most out of every situa- tion and remember to always believe in yourself, because no one else will! " STEPHANIE ANNE C OPPER, Of- fice Help 3,7, " My most memorable experiences were being a Senior, having Senior- itis, Seeing AC DC and seeing Judy in the morning. " KELLY JO COX, Homecoming Queen 8, Volleyball 1,3,5,7, Basketball 2,4,6, Track 2,6,8, Softball 2,4,6,8, Drillteam 3,4,5, 6,7,8, Student Council 5,6,7,8, Honor Roll 6, Pep Club 1,2, Students in Leadership 7,8, " My most memorable experi- ence was representing North High as 1983 Homecoming Queen and being a part of North ' s athletics and clubs. I will always be proud to say I ' m a Polar Bear. " MARK ANTHONY CRADDOCK, Band 1,2,3,4, Choir 5,6,7,8, Stu- dents in leadership 6,7,8, Pep Club 7,8. " My most memorable experience is meeting all my great friends and having 6th hour government. " THANH THI DO, Table tennis 6, Volleyball 1, tennis 6, " I would like to thank all my teachers here at North. " MONIQUE LYNETTE DORSEY, Drill team 1,2,3,4,5,6, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Basketball Manager (girls) 2, Office Help- er 4,7, Honor Roll 4,6, Softball Manager 2,4, Student Council 1, Swimming 1, Drama 1,2, Yearbook 7,8, " The most memorable thing about North was how I enjoyed getting to know everyone and I will nev- er forget my high school days. To me we will always be 1. " LYNETTE DENISE DUNLAP, Cheerleader 1,3,5, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4, Yearbook 7,8, Manager girls track 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Plays Oklahoma 4, Fantastics. LEA ANN DUREN, OEA 6, Cheerleader 1, " Beating Valley is the most memorable experience . . . My plans are to be a secretary. " DIANE LYNMORE EGLI, Student Council 1,2,3,4,5,6, Baseball Manager 4,6, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5,6, Deca 6, Cheerleader 4 -Basketball 7 — Football Yearbook 7,8, Peer Helper 7, Boys Track Manager 2, UN Trip 6. " High School Has been Great! I ' ve had lots of fun and I made some good friends, But the fun ' s not go- ing to stop here! " SUZANNE MAE ERICKSON, Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Theatre 1,2, Light sound Crew 7,8 National Honor Society 7,8, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4, Oracle 7. " Thanks Mr. C. for the fun and learning in Stage Craft. I loved my, only year here. " AMY DIANE FARGO, Band 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Key Club (trea- surer) 5,6, Key club (President) 7,8, National Honor Society 3, 4,5,6,7,8, U.N. Trip 6, Basket- ball 3,4, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,8, " My most favorite times were spent with my friends having good times! NWMSU and major in elementary edu- cation. " PAUL ARTHUR FEGLEY JR., Band 1,2,3,4, Tennis 2, Student Council 6, Yearbook 7,8, Golf 6,8, Key Club — Vice President 5,6,7,8, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,8, " Let your years at North be the best you can possibly make them for they only come around once. " DOUG MICHEAL FINCH, High School Hockey 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Golf 6,8. " I will always re- member the great times I ' ve had and the people I ' ve known. I ' ll be proud to say that I ' m a polar Bear, we ' re 1. " DIANA KAYE FISHER, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Drama 1, 2,3,4,5, ROTC 5,6,7,8, Ameri- cans Drill Team 5,6,7,8, OEA 66 7,8, " Strive through High School, meet your goals, don ' t let anybody say you ' re a no- body because I ' ve learned that you ' re a nobody until you ' re a somebody. " JENNIFER LYNN FREIHAGE, Band 1,2,3,4,5,6, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Honor Roll 1,2, 3.4.5.6, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5,6, Office Education 7,8, Office Help 3, Library Assistant 6. " My most memorable experi- ence at North was being a cheerleader all four years and helping our team show a great sense of pride, and making it clear to everyone that we were Number 1. " MICHELE MARIE GARCIA, Pep club 1,2,3,4,5,6, Choir 1,2, Of- fice Assistant 6, Student Council 5,6,7,8, OEA 7,8, Homecoming Princess 1,3,5,7. " My most memorable experience was being elected Homecoming Princess all my years at North. It was a great honor and I was very proud to represent my school, dear old North High! " THOMAS GAUGHAN, Drama Club 7,8, Drama 1,2,3,4,5,7,8, Key Club 7,8, " Diary of Anne Frank " 6, " Fantastics " 6, Na- tional Honor Society. JENNIFER WING GELNER, Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Key Club 3,4,7, 8, Student Council 6, Swim Timer 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Costume and Prop Supervisor 3,4,5,6,7, 8, Oklahoma 4. " My most memorable experience at North was cleaning the proproom my sophomore year, working on many plays and sets and working with sound with a good friend. " TONY PATRICK GILL, Football 1.3.5.7, Basketball 2,4,8, Track 2.4.6.8, Baseball 8, " My most memorable experience was last year when we beat Val- ley, the third rated team in the state. " JOHN JOSEPH GILLOTTI, Foot- ball 1,3, Wrestling 2,4, DECA 5,6, " Dirty work at the crossroads " 7, School play 6. " Through my years at North High School I ' ve noticed that we have tremendous spirit despite lack of victories in athletic events. I am planning to go to college in California and becoming a psychiatrist. " BARBARA DEE GODWIN, Kadet Captain 7,8, Drill team 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Student Council 5,6,7,8, Students in Leadership 7,8, Baseball Manager 4,6,8, Volleyball Manager 7, Track Manager 6, Swim timer 6,7,8, Peer Helper 1, Band 1,2,3, Drama 1,2, Plays 2,3,4, " Being a part of North High has been an all round memorable experience! Everything and ev- eryone will be remembered! Good luck to the class of ' 84 and to the underclassmen. Be proud to be a Polar Bear! " ALAN EDMUND GRAY, Bask- etball 3,4,5,6,7,8, Band 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8, Jazz Band 8, " My most memorable experiences at North were my three years in basketball and being able to jam! " LESLIE MAE HAINLINE, Cheerleader — Football 3,4, Basketball 5,6, Pep Club 5,6, Peer Helper 5,6, OEA 7, " My most memorable experience was being a Junior and Senior Princess and winning against Valley in football. I plan to succeed in life and maintain all my goals. " NANCY JEAN HARKIN, Swim- ming 1,3,5,7, Swim Captain 7, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, UN trip 6, Tennis 6,8, Track 2, Band 1,2, National Honor Society 3,4,5,6,7,8, " My advice to future North grads is to be involved in something during your years at North — anything that interests you. Life is bor- ing only to boring people. " LESLIE ANN HARPER, Choir 1,2, 3,4,5,6,7,8, Drama 2,3,4,5 Pep Club 2,3,4, Key Club 2,4 " My most memorable experience was our first football victory, and being with my friends. I ' ll never forget the memories of North High and I will always be proud to say I ' m a Polar Bear! " KELLEY PATRICIA HECK, " My most memorable was being crazy with my friends. My fu- ture plans are to go to DMACC and major in comput- er accounting. " HOLLY RUTH HASSTEDT, " Dirty work at the Crossroads " Tag organization 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Varsity track manager 1. " I ' m glad I made IT! I wish my brother were here to see me graduate. " JEFF DAVID HODGES, Football, 1,3,5,7. " One most memora- ble experience is the four years I played football, espec- ially the senior year. I had the joy of playing when we beat Valley 15-7. Another is be- coming Mr. Polar Bear this year. " STACY HOLMAN, Band 1,2,3, 4,5,6, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4,5,6, 7,8, Student Council 6, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,6,7,8, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Peer Helper 5,6, OEA 7,8. " My most memora- ble experiences were being a cheerleader for the girls bask- etball team when they went to state, beating Valley and becoming the OEA State Sec- retary. " JENNIFER ANNE HUTCHCROFT, Radio Broadcasting KWDM 1, 2, Choir 1,2, Drama 1,2, Journalism 4, OEA 7. " If North could have put the Rolling Stones in the juke box it would have been next to perfect! " XUAN THI HUYNH, Key Club, 67 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Na- tional Honor Society 3,4,5,6,7, 8, U.N. Tour 6, Choir 1,2,3,4, 6,8, Secretary in Key Club 7,8. " My most memorable exper- iences were spending time with friends at the football games, the anxiety before and after each test and the sights of New York and Washington, D.C. " DAVID IMMEL, Drama 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8, French 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Drama Club 7,8, " Even though there were some rough times, they made all of the good times better. North High is a special place with special peo- ple. Th anks for the memories. I wish everyone the best. " ABBI ANN JACOBS, Band 1,2, 3,4,5,6,7,8, Drum Major 7,8, Key Club 7,8, Swimming (Div- ing) 1,3, Nurses Assistant 2,7. " The times I remember were spent with good friends and having fun. My future plans are to work with the dear and computers. " KARLA ANN JAYNE, United Nations tour 6, Key Club 3,4, 5,6,7,8, Honor Roll 1,4,5,7,8, Pella Foreign Language Day 5, Softball 2,4, " My most memo- rable experiences were sharing good times with my friends, having Mr. Wilson as a teacher and watching " Citizen Kane " over and over again in Mrs. Forresters class. " DANNY M. jENSEN, No Comment. JANET MARIE JOHANSEN, Or- chestra 1,2, Key Club 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8, Volleyball 5, Drama 5,6,7,8, Drama Club 7,8. " My most memorable times at North were those with good friends, showing school spirit and watching our teams win in spirit. " THERESA M. JOHNSON, Track 2,4,6,8. " My future plans are to go into the armed forces if not that I will take some Hieght in art to become a Fashion Designer. WILLIAM FRANCIS KELCE, Yearbook 7,8, Newspaper 7,8, " The pride people at North have in their school and in the sports is what makes me proud to say I ' m a Polar Bear. " STAN HARRISON LAMAY, Football 1,3,5,7, Basketball 2,4, 8, Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Track 2, Drama 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8. " My most memorable experience was when I ran 99 yards against Tech in my Freshman year and my senior year, even though we didn ' t win, just be- ing there was good enough for me. " ROBERT AXEL LINFORD, Bask- etball 2 Football 3, Baseball 8. " My most memorable experience was playing foot- ball with only enough to make a team, but through it all was an experience that I will never forget. " KONG LOR, " I would like to thank every teacher at North for their help. " ANDIE C. LUMADUE, Military Service Technical School. BENITA LYNNE LUNA, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Pep Club President 7,8, Yearbook 7,8, DECA 5,6,7,8, DECA Vice President 7,8, Honor Roll 1,2,6, 7,8, Choir 1,2. " The most remembered experience was my four years at North, with my friends. I ' m going to miss everything. It has been the best times in my life. " JERRI ANN MADISON, Tennis 2, Nurses Office Assistant 3,4, 5,6,7. No comment. LESLIE A. MAJOR, Office Edu- cation Association 7. No comment. DAVE ALLEN MARTELLI, Pep Club 7,8, Stage Crew 3,4,5,6, " My most memorable years at North were when I worked on my China Hutch in woodshop and listening to Mr. Weidermeir talk about my fa- vorite thing, Auto Mechanics. " JAMES ODELL MARTIN, Track 5. No Comment. OLAINE TRACY MARTINEZ, Choir 2,3,4,8, Cheerleading 5, 6, Murals 5,6,7,8, Drama club 7,8, Play " Dirty works at the cross roads " 7, Yearbook Staff 7,8 Oracle Staff 6, Pep Club 5, 6,7,8. " Defeating Valley, cheering with pride, making alot of friends, and maturing a little, are what I ' ll remember most. Good luck to the entire class of ' 84, I Love ya! " MONIQUE JEWELL MC SPARIN, Pep Club 3,4,5,6, Pep Club Treasurer 5,6, District Speech Contest 4,6, Mime Troupe 6, Student Council 2,3,4, Honor Roll 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Campus Life 4,5,6,7,8, " Make sure the thing you ' re living for is worth dying for. " (Charlos Mayes) KIMBERLY KAY MICK, Homecoming Princess 1,3, Cheerleader 1,3, Drill Team 5, 6,7,8, Student Council 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8, Boy ' s Swim timer 5,7, Advisory Council 5,6, Boy ' s Baseball Manager 2,4,6,8, Football Manager 3,5,7, Boy ' s Basketball Manager 2,4, Boy ' s Track Manager 6, Pep Club 1, 3, U.N. Tour 6. " I ' ve had many memorable experiences at North, but the one I ' ll al- ways remember is when we beat Valley! That gave us the recognition we ' ve deserved for a long time. " THOMAS MICHEAL MORRIS, Baseball 4,6,8, Football 5,7. " My most memorable experi- ence was playing football my senior year, even though we didn ' t win we had a great 68 deal of spirit and pride! Also the parties we encountered. " CINDY SUE ODEN, Softball 2, 4, Cheerleader 1,3, Basketball 4, Boy ' s Cross Country Manager 5,7, Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Drill team (Flag) 7,8, Drama Club 7,8, Boy ' s Track Manager 6, Timer Boy ' s Swim team 6,8. " My most memorable exper- iences at North High were when the Band and Girls Bask- etball team went to state, and our Victory over Valley. Good Luck to the Class of 1984! " SOUKHANSOME PHOMMA- CHANH, No Comment. CASEY ANNE POLK, No Comment. JEFFREY JOHN POTTS, Football 1,3,5,7, Basketball 4, Honor Roll 5, Plays: " Diary of Anne Frank " 6 " Scrooge " 7, " I will remember all the friends I ' ve made and the fun times I had. " CLARENCE A. RASMUSSEN, Football 1, Wrestling 1,3, " I ' ll remember the fun I had and the fine teachers I had espec- ially Peterson and Keasly. " JESSICA REEVES, OEA 7,8. No Comment. ROBERT B. REHMS, Football 1, 3,5,7, Wrestling 4. Playing football and being a fighter and coming so close to victory. We never gave up. I plan to play football in college. " JENNIFER LYNN RICHARDS, Volleyball 1,3,7, Softball 2, Basketball 2, Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4,5,6,7,8 National Honor Society 6,7,8, Student Council 3. " My most memorable day here was my first. Coming from Lincoln, North was a change — a change for the bet- ter. Students here are very pleasant and friendly. The faculty is very involved in the community and are people who care for their students. Thanks North. I wouldn ' t change a thing! " MARCENE A. SCHOMER, Bask- etball 2,4,6,8, Cheerleader 3,4, Track 2, Softball 4, Drill team 3,4,5,6,7,8, Student Council 3, 4, Pep Club 3,4, Honor Roll 7, 8, OEA 7,8. " My most memo- rable experiences were playing on the team when we went to state and going to the pa- rade champions at Vets. Also going to the state competition in band. " BARBARA SCOTT, Basketball 6, When I was a Jr. I went out for basketball. I enjoyed it and being at North, I ' ll miss my friends. " JOHN DAVID SIMS, Football 1, 3.5, Basketball 2,4, Student Council 3,4,5,7,8, Yearbook 7, 8, Pep Club 1,2, Honor Roll 3, 4.6, " I have enjoyed my four years here at North. I will al- ways remember all the great times we ' ve had and all the great friends I ' ve made. " KESONE SITHONNOROTH, No Comment. MARK ALAN SPARKS, Football 1,3, Wrestling 1. " My most memorable experience was watching the girls in State Basketball tournaments, the school really pulled together and showed real North spirit. " TERESA ANN STEMLER, Foot- ball Manager 3,5,7, Basketball Cheerleader 2,4, Basketball 3, 4, Student Council 1,2,3,4,5,6, 8, Drill team 5,6,7,8, Yearbook 7,8, Oracle 6,7,8, Drama 1,2,3, 4,5,6,7,8, Drama Club 7,8, Pep Club 1,2, U.N. Tour 6, Spring Track 8, Honor Roll 5,7, " My years at North have left me with a lot of memories — I will never forget the friends I have made or the great times I ' ve had. I ' m glad I was able to be a part of North. " EDWARD BREAN STUBBS, Football 1,3, Baseball 2, Bask- etball 2,4, Track 2,4, Oracle 7, 8, Yearbook 8. " My four years at North have been great. I will always remember all the friends I ' ve made and all the times we ' ve had to- gether. " GEORGE EDWARD SWEETEN, (Skip), Football 1,3,5,7, Honor Roll 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, National Honor Society 4,5,6,7,8, Presi- dent of National Honor Society 6,7,8, Band 1,2, Jazz Band 1,2,3,4,5,6,8, Library As- sistant 7,8. No Comment. WENDI RENE ' SWIFT, Drill team 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Honor Roll 1,2, 5,6,7,8, Cheerleading 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, O.E.A. 7,8. " My most memorable experiences at North were being on the Drill team, being chosen to go on the U.N. trip, finally winning our first football game, and all the unforgetable times with my friends. " WILLIE TAYLOR, Football 7, " I ' d like to be remembered by my famous quote, Never Fear Jesus is Here! " SANDRA DEE TROGDEN, Volleyball 1,3,5,7, Basketball 2, 4,6,8, Softball 2,4,6,8, Tennis 6,8, Track 1. " Its been an honor to attend North High as a student and an athlete. Dur- ing my four years here memo- ries, friendships and respon- sibilities grew, which in turn gave me the best four years I could ever want. Thank you. " PAUL WAYNE VASQUEZ, Pep Club 1,2,3,4,5,6, President of Pep Club 4,5, DECA 5,6, Trea- surer 7,8, Band 3,4,5,6, Tennis 2, No Comment. ELIZABETH J. WILBUR, Drama 4,5, New Horizons 6, OEA 7, 8, Talent Search 6,7,8, " Best thing about North is the friends I ' ve made in the past three years. " 69 BECKY JEAN WH1LEY, Choir 7, 8, " I didn ' t think I could make it, but I did, thanks to every- one helping me along. " KEN A. WHITE, Wrestling 1,2, 3,4,5,6,7,8, Deca 5,6,7,8, I ' ll never forget my experiences with Fitz. " Choir 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8, Plays " Oklahoma " 4, and " Diary of Anne Frank " 6, Football 1,5, Set building 4,5,6,7,8, Scrooge 7. " Being a part of the winning football team when we beat Valley and getting out of school Monday after the victory. " JOHN EUGENE TOWNSLEY, ROBIN SCOTT VANDERLEAST, Baseball 2,4,6,8, Basketball 2,4, 6, Football 1, Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4,5,6,7,8, U.N. tour 6, National Honor Society 6,7,8, Treasurer 6,7,8, Student Council 7,8, Library assistant 5,6,7,8, " My most memorable experience was going to New York and Washington. I really have enjoyed the times at North. " Top 3% Skip Sweeten Nancy Harkin Amy Fargo Xuan Huynh Top 15% Thomas Gaughan Anna Akermark Stacy Holman lennifer Richards Robin Vanderleast Jeni Frehage Monique McSparin Eric Meek Paul Fegley Suzanne Erikson Karla Jayne Jennifer Gelner |ohn Sims Kim Mick Senior Executive Board President Skip Sweeten Vice President Prom Michelle Garcia Girls Representative Prom Kim Mick Girls Representative Banquet Stephanie Copper Vice President Banquet Stacy Holman Boys Representative Prom John Gillotti Boys Representative Banquet Kevin Cavan IBB SHE SHE □ HE SHE SHE SHE SHE 3QE SHE SHE SHE =0 70 Class of ' 85 Mary Ann Aguilar Ryan Aldrich Bill Alhelm a A al Alksnis Steve Austin 7 tarmella Barnes • Mike Barron k Baumgartner Robin Baxter . 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Kirn Lenz Melissa Levy Becky Linford Phiou Lothi Cary Main Tammy Marlin - " T?acy Martin vtatt Mattson -Coby McAbee Becky McCarl Jdnice McClintic - " Sherrie McClure Kelly McFarland Shawn McFarland Ann McGinn Liz Messerly Brian Morris Gary Morris Mark Morris Randy Moessner Charlie Neel Michelle Nemmers Frank Nelson Shawn Nelson Cindy Nielson ,5, Am i | V l jjjC J V A A 74 Bill McBee Sean Morris toe Oxenrider Chris Palmer J nny Parker P Phangsisttarah M. Phatnovoy Van Phung Alan Pickett John Pierick Jetf Prangler Tabitha Prather |ohn Purdy Thy Van Quang Mark Ramsey Ken Reichle Kelly Rex Monica Richards left Rider Tim Righi Karen Robbins ■Marcie Rundle Pat Rush Cindy Schmidt Hazel Schultz tSina Shelledy Sidney Shelton Shannon Simmons Alex Simon Mark Sims S. Sithonnorath Lisa Smith Tom Spray Kevin Stanford Michael Stark 75 Shelley Storey Michael Stufabs kalhy Tanberg Thene Thi Lo Damita Thomas Michael Thomas Lee Thomasson Kathy Todd David Van Arkel _ tyhn Vander Linden _ Mark Vander Sluis Chi Vong Bouaninh Vongon Sue Vue Sengthon Wangkhan Pat Warren " Raquel Way Yee Xioung »Sa Yaw ft 1 -M 76 Class of 86 Phanh Ackarath Sandy Adams Reyna Aguilar Donna Anderson Melissa Andrews " Mamie Applegate Steve Armstrong lane Belluchi lean Belluchi lacqueline Berger Traci Biddle Sfeve Boeckholt Stephanie Boles Carol Boyce Kim Bradford --Kelly Brooks Barb Browder endra Brown Sady Brown Ronetta Buckner --Masakala Burrell Marcus Butts Shellisa Butts Cttzabeth Cain -Rirk Caldwell Nhoay Cam Robert Carlson Kaye Cartwnght Mary Chambers S. Chantharat 77 Donna Chapman Ginger Charlson Cheuming Che Jim Chipp Mark Chittenden Ian Choda Richard Colbert Debbie Cox loel Cox David Crouch Matt Cumpton Ruth Davis loe Diehl Charlotte Doherty Michael Donahue Dwayne Downey Linda Dudley Darcy Dunlap Missie Duren Tracy Fazio Rick Flaherty luanita Flores Missy Foggia Val Ford Dana Forney Lary Fountain Tony Freeman Leslie Frost Matt Hamilton Gloria Gary Marion Gaughan Carrie Gilliam Quang Du ng Giung Todd Gray Sabrina Gullickson 78 Marge Harper Randy Hartnell Darrin Hawthorne Keith Head Marie Herring Dawn Hicks Laurie Hicks Brian Hill Ban Hoang Anthony Hocking Tom Holmes Pennee Howser Cheng Hy John Iverson Shannell lackson Parrona lones Doris lohnson Talitha lohnson Telisa lohnson Ron lorgensen Pam Karrett Tina Kline Michael Kramer Phuc Hu Le David Lee Marcus Lewis Eric Linford Chris Little Stacy Logan Am Lovan Hovane Lovan Antoine Louis David Luke Richard Lumadue Sa Man Lu Cathy Luna Kim Matticks Bunna May Edward May Robert McGregor Christina McNeely Paula McNeely Laura Meyers Candy Michel Nikki Miller Theresa Modrick Christina Muniz lames Murean Andrea Murry Eddie Myers David Nash Roxi Nunn )oey Oliver Mark Osbourne Randi Parker luanita Patterson Chris Pearson Roy Penny Scott Pepper Phanmaung Phangs ketsana Phrang Midori Powers Paul Prangler Leonard Pryor Mechele Reed Phillip Reynolds Bill Rickalaugh Debbie Rokes Pat Saville Raushanah Shabazz Christy McAbee Gene McCain Sherry Oakley Jeff Osberg Shelly Smith Leroy Snodgrass Melissa Sparks Clayton Steele Cinda Sutherlin Steve Swift Chris Thomas Ryan Thornton Stacey Thornton Diane VanderLinden Khova Vang Thongsa Vann Leigh Vasquez Kim Vignaroli Kurt Vogel Tracey Warren Paul Wiedemeier Doreen Williams Brenda White Martin White Paul White Tammy Wilbert Konni Woodard Diana Woods Tou Vang Robert Young Tina Zickelfoose 81 Class of 87 leff Adrey T.J. Aeschlimar lames Alatore Amy Allen Tracey Allen Missy Armstrong Lee Austin Darlene Avant Elizabeth Axness Chiengkham Baccam khamphoui Baccam Long Baccam Kim Bailey lohn Boher David Ballentine Sompiane Bophradnanh Bernadette Barber Dorothy Barber Rose Barcellano Tom Beall Lisa Beerner Kim Bell Dallene Benaviolet lerry Berry Robert Bird LaRonda Bolden Supremia Bolden Stacen Bolts Dawnyelle Brace Todd Lee Bradus Wendy Branchcomb Kim Brickei lulie Brouliet Charles Brown George Brown 82 Julia Brown Leonard Brown Paul Bryant Benny Buelord Sonny Bullock Jason Cangas Diane Crico Shawn Carpenter lames Carter lulie Carter Deondra Cason Caung Cavan Rick Caylor Xang Chang Robert Chapman Ida Cheeney Larry Chip Susan Choate Ron Christy Jerry Cline Angela Colbert Robert Collier Michael Collins Mark Cook Latosha Cooper Melissa Copper Daniel Cowles Tom Cowles Steve Crouch James Cummings Ted Dady Josef Davis Robert Davis Tyrone Davis Russell Dawn Paul Deavey Elizabeth Draper Eric Dunigan Wes Duran Laurie Durham Tom Durham Vicki Elverum Kevin Ennis Carmelita Evans Gerald Evans Kevin Fargo Teresa Fiscus Lynn Flaherty Teresa Flanders Sherry Fodrill Ammalay Fongdara Doris Foster Cory Floyd Kim Floyd lames Fredrick Kelvin Freeman lohn Frondle Sally Garcia Lisa Gassaway Melissa Gaudineer Tony George Phillip Glenn Autumn Gilespe Kendall Godwin Fredrick Gookin lerry Golay Tom Gordinier William Gray lames Green Billie Griffey Teresa Craering Lisa Crogan David Croenhoff Chris Hall lames Hand Steve Hansen Bobby Harrison Arleta Hart Darrell Hawthorne Glenn Hegre Melinda Heimbaugh Lisa Henderson Mike Henderson Shoua Her Thao Her Holly Herman Lawrence Hernandez Terri Hernandez Tracy Herndon Rick Hesseltine lodi Hester lames Higgins Michele Hildebrand Richard Hill Dora Hinojosa Chad Hobbiebrunken lodi Holman Stacy Horn Christopher Hotchkiss kathy Hove Leslie Howard Cmdie Hughes Carla Hupp Minh Huynh lil Immel Regina Ivie Patrica lackson David Jacobs Kimberly Jamez Tina John Teresa Johnson Andrew Johnston David Jones loeseph Jones Rod Jones Teresa Jones Melada Johnson Malissa Johnson Kimberly Kasper Kimberly Keith Monica Kelly Khomsing Khoang Tracy Kidd Ric hard Killings Mary Kimball David Kimble Clifford Kirfman Shelly Kitselman Tanya Kliven Cindy Knight Sokha Kong Brian Kophart Jennifer Korte Amy Kurschinski Nicole Laird Michael Latshaw Kathy Lattimer Tong Lee Deug Len Van Margret Levy Monica Lewis Roberta Lorenz Bouahkam Lovan Anthony Lovell Scott Lowery Koneko Malavong Joseph Marnin Michael Martin Fonda Martinez Steve Marvelli Morris Massey Matt McCall Brian McCain Robert McCain Veronica McClelland Mark McDonald Lillie McGregor Robert McGregor Thomas McGregor lesse McLarty David Mendenhall Chad Meyer Danielle Meyer Gary Meyer Patricia Meyrat Margo Miller Cynthia Milligan Bonnie Mingo Scott Mitchell Tony Morris Revoe Mulinex Keri Nail Tim Nail Sherri Neal lolene Nelson 87 Khamsouh Louvan Shelly Nelson Jacqueline Newel lean Nolan Robert O ' Brien Orlando Oakley Matt Olson David Orchard lulie Overton Melissa Palmer Eric Parrott Ranae Payton Eric Penny Kathryn Pierce Lisa Pirkl Donald Poe Dennis Pony Tim Prangler Deborah Primrose Amy Proctor Steve Pugh |im Quinnett Jeff Ragan Misty Ramsey Tammi Rasmussen Rodlynn Reddick Rose Marie Reeves lanice Ridley Roscoe Ries Don Rife Carl Ringer Pam Robinson Regina Rokes Betty Ross Bernard Rothman 88 Ervin Rousseau Chad Ruffert Monty Rundle Tony Rushing Kelly Russel julie Sandln Paul Seyers Doyle Scarlett Greg Scharff Mark Scheuerman Michael Scheuerman Schellalne Schnoor Kim Searcy Aneesah Shabazz Caylynne Shade Missy Shaw Leonard Schultz lull. i Siebert Steppanie Simmons Mickey Simon Laurie Simpson Lisa Simpson Michelle Simpson Alice Skinner Dennis Sloan lennil ' er Smith II Sup Song Gary Sorenson Bill Spencer Traci Spicer Kelli Stegemann Richard Stout Rhonda Taber Lisa Tavarez lenese Tharp Audrey Thomas Chris Thompson Melissa Thompson Donnie Tounsley Hein Tran Mark Tuten Donald Utterback Carolynn Uvers Pam Van Baskink lerry Van Dokin David Van Dyke Kelli Van Dyke Chip Van Loung Neal Vaat Robert Vertrees Christopher Vitek Jeff Voyce Tony Wangkhan Leroy Watson Eric Webster Anthony Welch Nathan Wells Brian Westphal Rochelle White Tim White Tracy Wignall Jeff Willey Billy Williams Doris Williams Thatcher Williams Wyronn Willis Melissa Wilson Patrick Wilson David Winebrenner Denise Winebrenner CAPITOL Pep Club Shows Spirit This years pep club helped promote school spirit by sponsoring Spirit week and Courtwarming activities. Pep Club also sold tags during football season, candy cane socks at Christmas and carnations and messages on Valentines day. back row: Cathy Luna, Leigh Vasquez, Theresa Modrick, laney lohansen middle row: lulie Sandin. Lisa Cassaway, Kelli Stagemann, Jennifer York, Tracy Fazio, Michelle Neners, Dina Shelledy, Laura Meyers, luanita Patterson front row: Tracy Martinez, Mrs. Peterson, Benita Luna, Kim Calland, Cindy Schmidt, Dana Forney, Donna Anderson Sandy Adams, Benita Luna, Cathy Luna and Darcy Dunlap paint posters. Todd Blair and Kim Calland paint post Student Council 1983-84 This years student council has been very active. Student Council put on a very successful homecoming this year. They also had a student exchange with Ames High school. The Student Council sponsored the annual blood drive held in April and helped with the Spring clean-up day. First semester front row: Tracey Bittle, Veronica McCelland, Kim Mick, Robin Baxter, Kelly Cox, Barb Godwin, Marci Rundle, Monica Kelly, Tracey Kidd Back row: Laura Myers, Nicole Laird, Christine Macbee, Robin Vanderleest, )ohn Sims, Chris Boyd, Paul White, Rick Flaherty, B I Bueford, Lisa Cassaway, Julie Carter Second Semester front row: Barbara Godwin, Robin Baxter, Monica Kelly, Laura Myers, Veronica McCelland, Tracey Bittle, Andrea Murray, Marci Rundle back row: |ohn Sims, Kevin Gee, Christine Macbee, Tracey Kidd, Chris Boyd, Kim Mick, Kelly Cox, Paul White, B.| Bueford. Students in Leadership Kelly Cox, Barbie Godwin, Mark Craddock, Diana Woods, Mrs. Keasey, David Nash ' A ' Students Skip Sweeten, Carol Boyce, Marion Gaughan, Monique McSparin, Ruth Choate, Tom Gaughan, Nancy Harkin, Darrell Chapman, Robin VanderLeest, Kelly Monica, Mike Hollings, lodi Holman, lackie Newell, Beth Axness Light and Stage Crew back row Wayne Mitchell, David Immel, Tom Durham, Mike Hollings, Chris Thompson, Suzie Erickson middle row Shawn Nelson, Ryan Aldrich, Paul Hester, Mike Barron, |ohn Bohall, Robert O ' Brien, Michelle Nemmers front row lenny Parker, Dina Shelledy, lohn Townsely, Pat Warren, leff Potts, Herbie Baily 97 Peer Helper 1983-84 1st semester front row, Damita Thomas, Reyna Aguilar, Dianne Egli, Carmen Colbert, April Ayres, Leslie Frost, Melissa Andrews, Connie Woodard back row, Tony Gill, Mike Barron, Pat Rush, Mr. Minnick, Roy Penny, Paul White, Tracy Warren, Tina Kline 2nd semester front row, Liz Messerly, Shelley Story, Suzie Choate, Ann McGinn, Leslie Harper, Mike Davis back row, Kesone Sinnorath, Leonard Pryor, Tony Gill, Tom Morris, Shawn Nelson, Pat Rush, Mike Barron Deca had a Good Year CLUBS OF C AMERICA DES MOINES NORTH Deca started out with a New Teacher, Terry Eaton from Tech High and the year was off to a good start. Five students from the class attended a two day conference in Ames. They also had an area conference in Southridge Mall. They also had a state conference at the down town Fort Des Moines Hotel that lasted two days. They had a couple of fund-raises they sold Christmas gifts, and sponsored a mixer. The Officers of 1984 Deca were, President David Hulling, Vice President Benita Luna, Trea- surer Wade Wickett, Secretary Cindy Neilson, Parliamentarian Tammy Thompson, Historian )oe Harlan. 1st Semester Front Row: DeDe Foggie, Benita Luna, Tammy Thompson, Cindy Neilson, Kenny White Middle Row: Lisa Yaw, Betty Cheeney, Vince Nickens, David Hulling, |oe Harlan Back Row: Mr. Eaton, Ronnie Conn, Paul Vasquez, Wayne Ahrens, Wade Wickett. 2nd Semester: Front Row: Lisa Yaw, Becky McCarl, Kelli Rex, Cindy Neilson, Benita Luna. Back Row: Mr. Eaton, David Hulling, Wayne Ahrens, Chris Forshier, Wade Wickett, Kenny White 100 1 semester O.E.A Front Row: Lea Duren, Jessica Reeves, Cenny Wilbur, Stacy Winlund, Diane Fisher, Leslie Hainline, Michele Cracia, Khan Lovan, Manivone Phetravong, Leng Ung, Dawn Reeves. Back Row: Mrs. lackson, Marcene Schomer, Wendi Swift, Stacy Holman, Sheryl Doherty, Jennifer Hutchcroft, Linda Farrington, Patricia Oakley, Kelly Heck. 2nd semester Standing Sherrie McClure, Sherly Doherty, Lea Duren, Dawn Reeves, Michele Cracia, Tracy Martinez, April Ayres, leni Friehage, Kelly Heck, Mrs lackson, sitting Jenny Wilbur, Khan Lovan, Leng Ung, (anet Johansen. lessica Reeves. The Officers of OEA for 1984 are, President — Lea Duren, Vice President — Tracy Martinez, Secretary — Stacy Holman Treasurer — Michele Gracia, Historian — Dawn Ries, Reporter — Steph- anie Copper, Parliamentarian — April Ayres 101 Angie Colbert, Kelli Hardy, Leslie Harper, Shelley Story, Richie Hesseltine back row; Todd Linford, back row Kim Lenz, April Ayres, Stephanie Vanbuthysen, Cathy Luna, Kelli VanDyke, Kim Bradford, Mark Ramsey Copper The Assistants front row; Eric Linford, Dawn Ries, leni Freihage, Stacey Holman, April Ayres, Kim Bailey Middle Row, Kolleen Hill, front row; Ginger Carlson, Margo Miller, Shawn Nelson, Stephanie Copper, Andrea Murray, Mike Barron back row, Lynn Flaherty, Sandra Leslie Harper back Row; lerri Trogdon, Shannon Simmons Madison, Laura Dunshee, Leigh Vasquez, Abby lacobs 02 Front row Tonya Woods, Pam Van Buskirk, Lisa Ford, Desiree Byers back row Doreen Williams, Janet Johansen, Jeanie Wilbur, Mrs Sellers The Assistants Skip Sweeten and Robin VanderLeest 103 Second Semester: bottom row-Lynette Dunlap, Tracy Martinez, Benita Luna, Monique Dorsey, Teresa Stemler, and Suzanne Erickson middle— John Sims, Mark Sims, Stan Lamay, Paul Fegley, and Ed Stubbs. top -Mike Choate and Bill Kelce. THE NORTH HIGH YEARBOOK STAFF: First Semester bottom row: Bill Kelce, Paul Fegley, Middle: Teresa Stemler, Monique Dorsey, Carmen Colbert, Lynette Dunlap, Benita Luna, Diane Egli, Mark Sims, Tracy Martinez, and |ohn Sims. Bill and Paul look at negatives 104 Suzanne explains how to lay out pages THE NORTH ORACLE STAFF: Front Row: Karen Robbins, Janice McClintic, Suzanne Erickson, Shelly Story, Kel- ly Rex, Kolleen Hill, Eddie Stubbs, Mike Choate. 105 Band Earns Sitting: Leslie Frost, Mr Davis, Laura Hewis Front Row: joe Farrington, |oe Lamin, David Mendenhall, David lacobs, Jeff Ragan, Jane Belluchi, Abby lacobs, lean Belluchi, Brian Westphal, Jimmy Chipp, john lacobs, Chad Hobbiebrunken, Val Alksnis. Second Row: Marcene Schomer, Wendi Swift, Andrea Murray, Kim Kohrs, Elizsbeth Cain, Brenda McClure, Shelly Nelson, Stacey Logan, Stephanie Bowles, Teresa Stemler, Shery Foddrill, Amy Kurshinski, lodi Holman, Laura Freekson, )odi Hester, Darcy Dunlap, Mellisa Palmer, Ve- ronica McClelland. Third Row: Kim Lenz, Cindy Penn, Diane VanderLinden, Kim Cilmore, Jennifer York, Rosemary Barcellano, Ruth Choate, Reyna Aguilar, Anne Kramer, Cloria Gary, Suzie Choate, loni Reeves, Diana Woods, Holly Herman. Kim Vignaroli, Lynn VanderLinden, Chris Bruner Fourth Row: Pat Warren, Alan Gray, Tim Righi, Lisa Wion, Mike Boemkhe, Bonnie Mingo, Kim Bell, Don- na Anderson, Dana Forney, Lynn King, Tom Gordiner, Kelly Bell, Lisa Simpson, Jenny Smith, Julie Sandin, Paul Wiedemeier. Fifth Row: Mark Sims, Andy Cheers, Denny Acosta, Darrell Chapman, Steve Swift, Shaun Bassinger, Dan Durshem, Scott Woodruff, Sandy Ad- ams, Roscoe Ries, Amy Fargo, Tim McMains, Brian Devic, Wes Duren, Donna Chapman, Frankie Frost, Shelly Smith, Top Row: Teresa Littre Val Ford, Kathy Tanberg, Robin Baxter, Carrie Gilliam, Karla Alatore, Mindy Weizorek, Jeff Voyce, Don Rife, Cindy Oden, Kathy Lattimer, Raqual Way, Kim Mick, Kelly Cox, Dina Shelledy, leanie Glas, Theresa Modrick. 106 State Rating Band performs its state show at the Ames game. This year the North High Band had a new look with its new direc- tor, Jim Davis. He brought a sense of pride and a feeling of accomplishment to the band and its members. Along with the new director, it was a year of many firsts. For the first time, the North and Tech bands were combined into one unit. Also for the first time in years, the band competed in state march- ing contest, earning a 2 rating. Also new were the pre-game explosions, showing the explosive power of North-Tech. Besides these accomplishments, the band resumed its usual duties of playing at football and basket- ball games, and marching in parades. Band performs the school songs. Cadets goof-off before a game 107 Cheerleaders Shawna Burkett Kristi Carr Cathy Caudill Dianne Egli Stacy Holman Cindy Merrefield Jenny Parker Athenia Wesley Promote Spirit freshman; front row Jenese Thorp. Missy Shaw, middle row Suzie Choate, back row Teresa Jones. Tanya Kliven, Kim Searcy Sophomores Top left to right: Athena Wessley, Jenny Parker, Michelle McPhersen, Bottom left to right: Cindy Merifield, Susie Choate, Teresa Modrick. 1 10 NORTH HIGH FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Kim Searcy, Missy Shaw, lanese Thrope, Tanya Kliven, Teresa (ones, Susie Choate NORTH HIGH SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS: Dana Forney, Leigh Vasquez, Michelle McPherson Teresa Modrick, Tracy Benda, and Karla Meisland. 112 ROTC members from North High ROTC Program Proves Successful at North High Seventy-eight students from North help comprise the 218 member North-Tech Marine Corps JROTC. The ROTC Drill unit, The Blue Knights, were very successful this summer. They won the National Drill championship at New Orleans, FVW National championship, and the American Legion Drill Championship. The students at north are commanded by Master Sargeant M.C. Thompson and are divided into four pla- toons. The platoons are lead by; Corporal Kristi McAbee, Sargeant Mark Ramsey, Lance Corporal Steven Hide, and Captain Diane Fisher. The ROTC has gym one day a week to strengthen the body and the rest of the week is spent on the classroom. The students study subjects including American Government, Psychology, Gun Handling, and the Declara- tion of Independence. The students in ROTC find that it can give them advantages with scholarships and financial aid for college. The ROTC Color Guard Munro takes pride in his painting Nellie sees Adam as a drunk for the first time Dirty Works at Widow Lovelace and Mookie listen as Adam reads a letter Fleurette waits for Munro to approach her Nellie Lovelace — Veronica McCelland Adam Dakhart — Steve Pugh Ida Rhinegold - Tracy Martinez Munro Murgatroyd — John Gillotti Mookie Maguggins — David Immel Widow Lovelace — Lynette Dunlap Mrs. Asterbilt — Tracy Fazio Leonie Asterbilt — April Ayres Fleurette - Holly Hasstedt Little Nell - Leslie Frost the Cross Roads Nellie and Leonie talk about Munro Murgatroyd. Nellie Chases Munro out Tracy Martinez portrays Ida Rhinegold. On November 11th and 12th the Key- stone cops played by David Craven, Tom Gordineer, Dina Shelledy, )enese Thorp and Jeff Ragan as the crook opened the show ' Dirty Works at the Crossroads ' by having a ten minute mini comedy. After the mini comedy the actors and actresses for ' Dirty Works ' took over the stage giving a great presentation of the gay nineties. The play was about a villian, a hero and a herione. The villian was trying to gain property from the widows family and turning around and selling it to the railroad for a better price. 115 hi The musical ' Scrooge ' by: Leslie Bricusses was presented December 5th and 6th in the North High Auditorium. The cast consisted of Jeff Potts as Scrooge, Wayne Mitchell as Bob Cratchit, Dylan Cook as Tiny Tim Cratchit, John )ones and Dina Shelledy played Mr. Mrs. Feizziwig. Shawn Nel- son played Marley and Christmas present. Brenda Belluchi was Christmas past and Mark Craddock played Christmas future. Supporting Actors and Actresses were; Jennifer Gelner, Donna Anderson, Richard Colbert, Laura Myers, Midori Powers, Kelli Rex, Stacy Wedlund, Todd Blair, Jeff Ragan, Tracy Fazio, Laura Freerksen, Mike Barren, Jennifer Parker, Pat Warren, Margaret Harper, Charlotte Doherty, Lee Thomasson, Rick Flaherty, Cheryl Daniels, Suzie Erickson, Sandy Adams, Kim Vignaroli, Michele Reed, Chris MCNeely, April Ayres, Jane Ballchi, Jean Belluchi, Marion Caughan, Leonard Pryor, Eddie Wyatt, Bob Hayes, Joel Diehl, Paul White, Sharon Choi, Fonda Martinez, Kathy Baker, Tammy Biley, Sabrena Cullickson, Leslie Harper, Doris Johnson, Tere- sa Johnson, Rhonda King, Kim Lenz, Sherry McCann, Juanita Patterson, Melissa Sparks, John Tounsley, Brenda White, Becky Wiley, Carol Boyce, Kendra Brown, Sandy Adams, Marion Caughan, Leslie Harper, and Kenny Ennis. Chamber Music Susan B. Anthony and Gertrude Stein Chamber Music was presented February 20 and is a unique play that is done in the theatre of the round. The play was about eight insane wom- en who all thought they were someone important such as . . . Amelia Earhart-Anna Akermark Osa Johnson — Beth Axness Joan of Arc — April Ayres Pearl White - Lynette Dunlap Susan B. Anthony - Jeanie Glas Mrs. Motzart — Tracy Martinez Queen Isabella — Midori Powers Gertrude Stein — Teresa Stemler Assistant — Tom Gaughan Doctor — Wayne Mitchell Midori Powers beta Amelia Earhart and Susan B. Anthony argue. 120 Guiding Light Robin Vanderhoef Drama Speech Bob Hunter Accounting Marilyn Quinn E.S.L. Joe Russo Special Ed. Cathy Bassett Learning Disabilities 122 Bob Lawson History A Barb Keasey Literature Today Mike Nyman journalism Lois Forrester American Literature Orval Knee Math Marcia Zike Reading I Gary McClanahan Wood Mary )ane Blee Consumer Business Terry Eaton D.E.C.A. Ronda Campbell Clue Program Richard Powell Work Study Program Pam Brennan E.S.L. .v. • ; • George Davis M.D. Resource Larry Wiedemeier Auto Debbie Brennan Clue Program Thomas Fitzgerald American History Carol Druart Art Louis McCrea Earth Science 123 Larry Hutzell Science Faith Monk Special Ed ■ Randy Gordon English Marsha Peterson Algebra Mel Wilson History Becky Hendren Child Development 124 Sondra McAllisti Cooking Evan Minnick Arts and Crafts Charlie Lehfeld Biology yping 1 1 David Hardie Drafting HIV VJ i Bernice Boyum Associate David Chamberlin Music Ml Phyllis Sellers Math Library Clerk lames Davis Band Trellis Johannsen Associate Frank Shellenbeger E D. Program Durene Kasner Associate Betty lackson Business Lee Koester Home Remodeling Dwayne Crozier Soc. Sci. P.E. 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Evans, Gerald 84 Fargo, Amy 21,106 Fargo, Kevin 61,84 Fazio, Tracey 78,95,114 Fegley, Paul 61 Fernandez, Lawrence Finch, Doug 13,17,18,61,140 Firestine, John Fiscus, Teresa 84,53 Fisher, Diana 61 Flaherty, Lynn 84 Flaherty, Richard 28,31,78,% Flanders, Teresa 84 Flores, )uanita 78 Floyd, Cory 33,34,56,84,55 Floyd, Kimberly 87 Foddrill, Shery 84 Foggia, Deanna 3,61 Fondrar, Ammalay 84 Fongkhamdeng, Somvang 73 Ford, Lisa Ford, Valerie 78,106 Forney, Dana 78,95,106,111 Foulk, James Fountain, Larry 78 Frazier, Thomas Frederick, James 33,84 Freeman, Anthony 78 Freeman, Kelvin 33,84 Freeeksen, Laura 73,106 Freihage, Jennifer 23,25,61,108,110 Frondle, John 84 Frost, Frankie 28,73,106 Frost, Leslie 78,98,106,114 Garcia, Angela 6,73 Garcia, Michele 16,20,61 Garcia, Sally 84 Gary, Gloria 78,106 Gassaway, Lisa 84,96,95 Gaudineer, Melissa 35,84,53 Gaughan, Marion 78,97 Gaughan, Tom 61,118,97 Gee, Kevin 36,73,96,46 Gelner, Jennifer 61 George, Tony 84 Giang, Quoc 78 Gill, Tony 28,62,98,39 Gillespie, Autimn 42,84,53 Gilliam Carey 78,106 Gillotti, John 62,114 Glas, Jeanette 3,37,62,106,118,119 Glenn, Phillip 33,84,57 Glumac, David 73 Godwin, Barbara 11,13,25,62,97 Godwin, Kendall 33,34,56,84,96,55 Golay, Jerry 84 Gookin, Frederick 84 Gordinier, Thomas 84,106 Grabill, Tom Gray, Alan 26,48,62,106,46 Gray, Todd 78 Gray, William 84 Greene, Alesha Griffey, Billie 33,84 Groenhoff, David 33,85 Grogan, Lisa 85 Gruening, Teresa 35,85,53 Guidichessi, Louis Gullickson, Sabrene 78 Hagen, Janeen 6,73 Hainline, Leslie 62 Hall, Christopher 85 Hamilton, Matthew 31,78 Hampe, Mark 36,73,39 Hand, James 85 Hardy, Kellie 73 Harkin, Nancy 37,62,97 Harlan, Joseph 73 Harper, Leslie 62,98 Harper, Margaret 79 Harris, Yulanda Harrison, Robert 85 Hart, Arleta 85 Hartnell, Randall 79 Hasstedt, Holly 21,24,62,114 Hawkins, Dallas Hawlins, Diane 37,73 Hawthorne, Daniel 85 Hawthorne, Darrell 79 Hayes, Bob 7,73 Head, Keith 79 Heck, Kelly 62 Hegre, Glenn 85 Heimbaugh, Melinda 42,85 Henderson, Lisa 37,85 Henderson, Mike 85 Hensley, Doug 62 Her, Shoua 85 Her, Thao 85 Herman, Holly 85,106 Hernandez, Kris 85,39 Hernandez, Terri 85 Hesseltine, Richard 33,85,55 Hester, Jodi 53 Hester, Paul 73,97 Hickcox, Tom 73 Hicks, Dawn 79 Hicks, Laurie 79 Higgins, James 85 Hildebrand, Michele 85 Hill, Brian 79 Hill, Kolleen 73,43 Hill, Richard 85 Hill, Tracy 9,42,73 Hinojosa, Dora 85 Hoang, Ban 79 Hoang, Hoi 73 Hoang, Nuck 62 Hoang, Sing 73 Hobbiebrunken, Chad 33,85,106, 39 Hobbiebrunken, Michele 73 Hocking, Anthony 79 Hodges, Jeffrey 16,21,28,62 Holman, Jodi 33,85,106,53,97 Holman, Stacy 63,108,110 Holmes, Thomas 79 Hotchkiss, Christopher 85,55 Hove, Kathy 85 Howard, Leslie 85 Howser, Pennee 79 Hughes, Cindie 85 Hulling, David Hupp, Carla 85 Hutchcroft, Jennifer Huynh, Minh 85 Huynh, Xuan 3,63 Hyde, Steven Immel, David 63,114,97 Immel, Jill 85 Iverson, Jonathon 79 Iverson, Susie 73 Ivie, Regina Lynn 86 Jackson, Patricia 86 Jackson, Shannell 79 Jacobs, Abigail 63,106,1 Jacobs, David 86,106 Jacobs, Jonathan 73,106 James, Davonna James, Kimberly 86 Jayne, Karla 3,63 Jensen, Danny Johansen, Janet 63,95 John, Tina 86 Johnson, Malissa 86 Johnson, Meladii 86 Johnson, Talitha 79 Johnson, Telisa 79 Johnson, Teresa 86 Johnson, Theresa Johnston, Andrew 86 Jones, David 86 Jones, John 73 Jones, Joseph 86 Jones, Teresa 86,109,111 Jordan, Willie Jorgensen, Ronald 31,58,79 Judge, Christina 74,43 Karnowski, Terry 74 Karrett, Pamela 79 Kasper, Kim 74 Kasper, Kris 86 Keith, Kim 86 Kelce, William 13,14,63 Kelley, Monica 86,96,97 Kephart, Brian Khamma, Khamphay 74 Khanakhounkhong, Soukseumay Khanakhounkhong, Thongdy 74 Khoang, Khamsing 86 Kidd, Tracey 86,96 Killings, Richard 86 Kim, Hyun Jong Kimball, Mary 86,53 Kimble, David 86 King, Rhonda Kirfman, Clifford 86 Kitselman, Shelly 86 Kline, Tina 79,98 Kliven, Tanya 86,109,111 Knapp, Jerald 28,74 Knapp, Kimberly 31 Knight, Cindy 37,86 Kong, Sokha 86 Korte, Jennifer 86 Kramer, Anne 21,37,74,106,43 Kramer, Michael 79 Kulish, Jimmy 36,74 Kurschinski, Amy 33,86,53 La, Chirith Laird, Nicole 86,96 LaMay, Stanford 13,20,28,38 Latshaw, Michael 86 Lattimer, Kathy 37,86,106,43,54,53 Le, Ha Thi 74 Le, Minh Le Phuc Huu 79 Le, Thuy 142 Lee, Alice 4,74 Lee, David 79 Lee, Tong Lemvan, Deng Lenz, Kimberly 42,74,106,43 Levy, Margret 74,86 Lewis, Marcus 79 Linford, Eric 4,79 Linford, Rebecca 74 Linford, Robert 63 Little, Chris 79 Lo, Thene Thi Logan, Stacy 79,106 Lor, Kong Lorenz, Roberta 87 Lothi, Phiou 74 Louis, Antoine 31,79 Louvan, Khamsouk 88 Lovan, Am 31,79 Lova n, Bouakham 87 Lovan, Houane 79 Lovan, Khan Lovell, Anthony 87 Lowery, Mike Lowery, Scott 87,55 Lu, Saman 79 Lu, Vieng Luke, David 79 Lumadue, Andre Lumadue, Richard 79 Luna, Benita 63,95 Luna, Katherine 80,95 Luong, Ha Tu Luong, Nong Van Luong, Souane Thi Ly, Cheng Madison, Gary Madison, Jerri 63 Main, Gary 74 Major, Leslie 63 Malavong, Konekeo 33,87 Marean, James 8 Marlin, Tammy 74 Marnin, Joseph 87 Marshall, Johmeal Martelli, David 63 Martin, James Martin, Michael 87 Martin, Tracy 74,114,115 Martinez, Fonda 87 Martinez, Tracy 20,24,63,95,118 Marvelli, Steven 87,39 Massey, Morris 87 Matticks, Kimberly 80 Mattson, Matthew 74 May, Edward Jr. 80 McAbee, Coby 74 McBee, William 74 McCain, Brian 87 McCain, Gene 81 McCain, Robbie 87 McCall, Matthew 87 McCann, Sherry McCarl, Rebecca 17,74 McClellend, Veronica 87,96,106, 114 McClintic, Janice 74,43 McClure, Sherrie 42,74 McCullough, Todd 28 McDonald, Mark 87 McFarland, Kelly 74,43 McFarland, Shawn 74 McGinn, Ann 74,98 McGregor, Clyde McGregor, Lewis 28 McGregor, Lillie 87 McGregor, Robert 87,55,33,80 McGregor, Thomas 87 McLarty, Jesse 87 McMains, Timothy 87,106 McNelley, Christina 80 McNeeley, Paula 80 McSparin, Monique 63,97 Meek, Eric 63 Mendenhall, David 87,106 Messerly, Elizabeth 35,74,98 Meyer, Chad 33,87 Meyer, Danielle 87 Meyer, Gary 87,96 Meyers, Laura 80,195 Meyrat, Patricia 87 Michel, Candice 80 Mick, Kimberly 28,64,96,106 Miller, Christopher Miller, Margo 37,87 Miller, Nikki 80 Miller, Susan Miller, Tammy Milligan, Cynthia 87 Mingo, Bonnie 87,106,53 Mitchell, Scott 33,87 Mitchell, Travis Mitchell, Wayne 28,64,139,97 Modrick, Theresa 80,95,106,109, 110,111 Morris, Gary 74 Morris, Mark 74 Morris, Sean 28,74 Morris, Thomas 18,23,28,29,64,98 Morris, Tony 87 Mulinex, Revoe 87 Muniz, Christina 31,80 Murray, Andrea 80,96,106,49 Muy, Bunna Myers, Eddie 80 Nail, Keri 87 Nail, Tim 87,55 Nash, David 36,80,97 Naylor, Michael Neal, Sherri 87 Neal, Veat Neel, Charles 74 Nelson, Frank 74 Nelson, Jolane 87 Nelson, Shawn 28,74,98,97 Nelson, Shelly 88,106 Nemmers, Michele 6,74,95,97 Newell, Jacquelin 88,97 Nguyen, Tri Nickens, Vincent Nielsen, Cynthia Nolan, Jean 88 O ' Brien, Robert 88,97 Oakley, Orlando 88 Oakley, Patricia 64 Oakley, Sherry 81 Oden, Cindy 3,64,106 Oliver, Joey 26,28,80 Olson, Matthew 88 Orchard, David 88 Osberg, Jeffery 81 Overs, Carolyn Overton, Julie 88 Oxenrider, Joseph 28,75 Palmer, Chris 2,28,75 Palmer, Melissa 88,106,108 Parker, Jennifer 75,97,110 Parker, Randi 80 Parks, Eric Parks, Lori Parrott, Eric 88 Patrick, Ty Patterson, Juanita 80,95 Payton, Ranae 88 Pearson, Chris 80 Peng, Muy Huon Peng, Muy Kun Penney, Eric 80,88 Pepper, Scott 33,80 Peterson, Todd Phan, Tarn Phommachanh, Soukasone Phongsisattanah, Phanhmany 75 Phongsisattanah, Phanpraseuth Phrathany, Ketsana 80 Phung, Van Lee 75 Pickett, Alan Daniel 36,75,39 Pierce, Kathryn 88 Pierick, John 28,75 Poe, Donald 88,55 Polk, Casey 64 Ponx, Dennis 88 Potts, Jeffrey 13,16,28,64,116,97 Powers, Midori 80,119 Prangler, Jeffrey 75 Prangler, Paul 80 Prangler, Tim 88 Primrosa Deborah 88 Proctor, Amy 88 Pryor, Leonard 80,98 Pugh, Steven 88,114,57 Purdy, John 28,75,46 Purscell, Jessica Quang, May Quang, Thy Van 75 Quinnett, James 88 Ragan, Jeffery 88,106 Ramirez, Phillipe Ramsey, Mark 75 Ramsey, Misty 88 Rasmussen, Tammi 88 Ray, Michael Reddick, Rodlynn 88 Reed, Michele 37,80 Reeves, Jessica Reeves, Rosa 88 Rehms, Robert 28,64 Rex, Kelly 75 Reynolds, Lisa 80 Richards, Jennifer 41,64 Richards, Monica 42,75 Rickabaugh, William 80 Rider, Jeff 75 Ridley, Janica 88 Ries, Dawn Ries, Roscoe 88,106,57 Rife, Donald 88,106 Right, Tim 75,106,46 Rissman, Tina Robbins, Karen 75 Robinson, Pamela 88 Rokes, Regina 88 Ross, Betty 88 Rothman, Bernard 33,88 Ruffert, Chad 89 Rundle, Marcie 75,96 Rundle, Monty 33,89 Rush, Patrick 75,98 Rushing, Tony 89 Russell, Dawn Russell, Kelly 89 Sandin, Julie 89,95,106 Saphongxay, Chantharat Saville, Patrick 80 Sayers, Paul 89 Scannell, Dwayne Scarlett, Dayle 89 Scharf, Gregory 89 Scheuermann, Mark 89 Scheuermann, Michael 89 Schmidt, Cyndi 7,75,95 Schnoor, Shellaine 89 Schomer, Marcene 64,106,43 Schultz, Hazel 75 Scott, Barbara 4 Scott, Uwanda Searcy, Kim 89,109 Sells, Mark Seward, Steve Shabazz, Aneesah 89,53 Shabazz, Raushanah 80 Shade, Gaylynne 89,53 Shaw, Melissa 19,89,109,111 Shelledy, Dina 75,95,106,97 Shelton, Sidney 2,28,75 Shultz, Leanard 89 Sibert, Julia 89 Simmons, Shannon 75,43,44 Simmons, Stephanie 35,89 Simon, Mickey 89 Simpson, Laurie 33,89,54,53 Simpson, Lisa 35,89,106,53 Simpson, Michelle 42,89 Simpson, William Sims, John 2,9,12,13,17,19,64,96 Sims, Mark 2,75,106,136,39 Sithonnorath, Kesone 13,98 Sithonnorath, Somdy 75 Skinner, Alice 89 Sloan, Dennis 33,89 Smith, Jennifer 89,106 Smith, Lisa 75 Smith, Shelly 9,12,81,106,49 Snodgrass, Leroy 81 Sorensen, Gary 89 Sparks, Jeffrey Sparks, Mark Sparks, Mellissa 81 Spencer, Mike 14,23,64 Spencer, William 89 Spicer, Traci 89 Spray, Thomas 75 Stanford, Kevin 75 Stark, Micheal 75 Steele, Clayton 81 Stegemann, Kelli 89,95 Steinbach, Chris 64 Stemler, Teresa 18,19,23,28,64, 106,118,119 Story, Shelley 76,98 Stout, Richard 89 Stubbs, Edward 2,64 Stubbs, Michael 18,76 Sweeten, Skip 28,65,97 Swift, Steven 81,106 Swift, Wendi 11,18,65,106 Taber, Rhonda 89 Talton, Curtis 24 Tanberg, Kathie 76,106 Taylor, Willie Thao, Kou Tharp, Jenese 89,109 Thomas, Christopher 90 Thomas, Damita 76,98 Thomas, Joseph Thomasson, Lee 76 Thompson, Christopher 81,97 Thompson, Mellisa 80 Thompson, Ronald Thompson, Tammy 2,3,65 Thornton, Ryan 81 Thornton, Stacey 42,81 Thyvara Khemphet Tounsley, Donnie 90 Tousley, John 65 Townsely, John 65,67 Tran, Hien Van 90 Trogdon, Sandra 5,18,41,65,43,44 Tuten, Mark 90 Ung, Leng 65 Van Arkel, David 28,76 Van Bethuysen, Todd Van Buskirk, Pamela 90 Van Dyke, David 90 Van Dyke, Kelly 90 Van Loung, Chip 90 Vander Leest, Robin 25,65,96,97 Vander Linden, Diane 42,81,106,49 Vander Linden, Lynn 28,76,106 Vandersluis, Mark 2,76 Vandorin, Jerry 33 Vang, Khoua Lor 81 Vasquez, Leigh 81,95,109,111 Vasquez, Paul 65 Vertress, Robert 90 Vignaroli, Kimberley 37,81,106 Vitek, Christopher 33,90 Vogel, Kurt 81,51 Vong, Chi 76 Vongnhay, Bouaninh 76 Voyce, Jeffrey 90,106 Vue, Sua 76 Wangkham, Sengthon 76 Warren, Patrick 76,106,97 Warren, Tracey 81,98 Watson, Frankie Watson, Leroy 90 Way, Raquel 37,76,106 Webster, Eric 90 Wedlund, Staci 65 Wells, Nathan 90 Westphal, Brian 90,106 White, Brenda 81 White, Kenny 13,18 White, Martin 81 White, Paul 25,31,81,96,98 White, Rochelle 90 White, Timothy 90 Wickett, Jonathon 65 Wiedemeier, Paul 37,81,106,40,39 Wignall, Tracy 90 Wilbert, Tammy Wilbur, Elizabeth 65,81 Wiley, Beckey 65 Willey, Jeffrey 90 Williams, Dorreen 81 Williams, Doris 90 Williams, Thathcher 90 Williams, Billy 90 Willis, Wyvonn 90 Wilson, Mellisa 90 Winebrenner, David 90 Winebrenner, Denise 90 Wood, Tanya 91 Woodard, Konni 81,98 Woodruff, Scott 91,106 Woods, Diana 81,106,49,97 Woolery, Richard 91 Wright, Paula 91 Wyman, Curt 91 Xiong, Chue 91 Yaw, Lisa 76 Yaw, Tammy 91 York, Jennifer 91,95,106 Young, Ralph 91 Young, Robert 81 Zickefoose, Tina 81 144 Senior guys getting ready to race Kim Mick looking so sad Tracy Martinez the next ' Miss September ' One of the biggest events for seniors is the Senior swim Party which is held here at North. There were approximately 25 seniors that attended. They played games like, volleyball, swim races and they had chicken fights. Afterwards they had a meal which was, hot sausage sandwich, chips, cake and milk. A few of the girls had a food fight that Lynett Dunlap started. April Ayres looking for help leanie Clas pull your swim suit up. fife ' David Immel and his date Kim Mick and Alan Pickett with Cindy Oden and Pat Barden Prom Includes Junior Couples, Gala Post-prom Celebration This years prom was held at the Kirkwood Hotel, from 8-11 p.m. The theme was " We ' ve Got Tonight. " The band that played was " The Last Shades of Dawn. " This years prom was unlike any prom North has had in the past. This year the Seniors invited 15 Ju- nior couples to attend. Another new tradition started at North was the Post Prom Party, which was held in the North High gym. The activities included MTV, swimming, raffles, volleyball, and free video games. There was also the casino games in the girls gym. Food prizes were donated by many groups in the Highland Park area. It ran from 11 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. This year has been a success and we have tonight and every day to keep dreaming and to keep reaching for our goals. Good Luck to the class of 1984. )ohn Cillotti and Tammy Marlin r 1984 Graduates Honored The smallest graduating class in recent years held ceremonies May 22 in the North High School gymnasium. One hundred and twenty-seven seniors marched into the gym- nasium while the band played ' Pomp and Circumstances. ' The ceremonies began with the presenta- tion of colors by the Marine Corps JROTC followed by the Invocation by senior class president George Sweeten. The North High Choir sang ' The Hands of Time ' and Battle Hymn of the Republic, ' The North High Band also performed ' Over- ture for Winds ' The presentation of diplomas was officiated by school board member, Karen Williams and the presentation of the class for graduation was made by Dr. Keith Hyde. The value of education was stressed to the audience of about 1,500 by the guest speaker, Albert Craziano, former North High teacher and vice-principal. Among the graduates were the top 3 percent of the class; Amy Fargo, Nancy Harkin, Xuan Huynh and George (Skip) Sweeten. The graduation ceremony was concluded with the band selection of ' Marche Triomphale. ' Guest speaker, Albert Graziano Seniors stand for the invocation. New graduates - Tom Morris, Lea Duren, Jeff Hodges, Leslie Hainline, Tony Gill and Nancy Harkin. Jeff Potts relaxes before singing leff Hodges and Robert Rehms looked real nice at banquet. Senior Banquet Todays Dreams; Tomorrows Future The North High Senior Banquet held on April 27, 1984 was a great success. There was about 75 seniors that attended the banquet. There was a variety of entertainment at the banquet in- cluding Abbie )acobs and Jeff Potts singing " Suddenly " . Other singers were Barbra Godwin and Wayne Mitchell singing " Through the Years " , and a great solo was done by Xuan Huynh singing " Both Sides Now. " There was also good speakers too! John Gilloti spoke on the present. There was also two other speakers who talked on the future and the past. Nancy Harkin (past) and Monique Dorsey (future). Although the entertainment was great, the food was even better. The menu included Lasagna, Ham, Baked Potatoes, and Salad and these were just a few of the choices. We owe thanks to Mr. Davis, who did a great job as M.C. and to all of the senior homeroom teachers who attended. A special thanks to Mrs. Cook. Barbra Godwin and Wayne Mitchell show singing skill 6 were way down from last years total. Sales in The relief pitchers 1983 were $3,100 compared to $1,516 for this vear. In the class race the sophomores were first with $552, the seniors were next with $476, the freshmen were third with $354 and the juniors were last with $134. The Homeroom champions were Senior 114, Junior 227, Sophomore 243 and freshmen 232. Thank you to all the winners listed and to all students and teachers who participated in the pancake day sale. The sales effort will make it possible for North High to finance extra school activities. Barbie Godwin clowns around I ' d rather have an egg McMuffin Charlie Brown chowin ' down 7 of Music The " Sound of Music ' was presented April 27th 28th. The play was about an Austrian family named the Von Trapp family. The Von Trapp family decided to oppose the Nazi party and stand up for their beliefs, instead of the Captain joining the Navy. In doing this the Von Trapps had no choice but to leave Austria and go to Switzerland. The cast included . . . Midori Powers, Wayne Mitchell, Abbi Jacobs, Shawn Nelson, Jennifer Gelner, Anne Kramer, Mike Cretsinger, Shelley Smith, David Jacobs, Cherie Blair, Kari Bassett, Amelia Vanderhoef, Tom Caughan, Ruth Choate, Barbara Godwin, Kendra Brown, Todd Blair, Teresa Stemler, Sean Morris, Jeff Potts, Alesha Greene, Mark Tuten, Teresa Gruening, Lori Bird, Steve Pugh, John Tounsley, Beth Axness, Carol Boyce, Cheryl Daniels, Lisa Ford, Marion Gaughan, Margeret Harper, Janet Johansen, Jennifer Korte, Shelly Nelson, Dawn Purdy, Kelli Rex, Shawna Shabazz, Jennifer York. Marie and the Captain discuss Maria ' s dress 9MK t! Franz and Frau Schmidt Seniors Down Faculty 47-44 1 I- Senior Girls Team: Coach Sandra Trogdon, Lynette Dunlap, Benita Luna, April Ayres, Barbie Godwin, Oden, Teresa Stemler Senior Boys Team: Coach Alan Gray, leff Hodges, Eddie Stubb, Mike Choate, lohn Sims, Stan Lamay, VanderleesI, Mark Craddock, Jeff Potts, Skip Sweeten, Tom Morris, Pat Barden. Friday, April 13, 1984 turned out to be bad luck for the faculty when sen- iors topped them 47-44 during the basketball game held 6th hour. The senior girls charged ahead of the Mama Bears 12-3. Second quarter the men faculty were still alive, as the faculty held back the senior guys with the score of 21-12. Third quarter the senior girls brought back the, score back. The faculty got only 3 points thanks to the score keeper. After ten minutes of tackling, tripping, and el- bowing the senior guys came out winning with the final score of 47-44. One of the spectators described the game as In- humane! The admission money was used for the prom. They raised about $300. Cindy Robin 10 Girls Track Has Excellent Season Front Row: Lori Simpson, Lynn Flaherty, Seprin Bolenn, Stephine Simmins, Teri Hernandez, Roberta Lornez, Susan Choate, Kim Searcy, Lisa Simpson, Melissa Palmer Second Row: Pam Cope, DeeDee lames, Brenda Essex, Barbra Browder, Andrea Murray, April Cowan, Bobby Waner, Shelly Willims, Donna Chapman, Sandy Adams, Sherry Doyle. Third Row: Mgr. Kim Lenz, Margret DeBrown, Michelle Carter, Carmella Barnes, Thersa Johnson, Melinda Weizorek, Kelly Cox, Liz Messerly, Marrylin Cason, Margrite DeBrown, Fourth Row: Coach George Davis, Coach Lowell Long, Coach Sandra Thorpe. Andrea Murray Springs over a hurdle Margarite DeBrown strides for a medal Relay team Shows their action. The girls track team continued to have another great season. In the state in- door meet North finished third overall and set a record in the four-lap relay North continued to have a lot of success throughout the year and peaked at the metro conference when they ran the fourth fastest time in Iowa history in the sprint medley. Liz messerly ran the sixth fastest time ever in the 400 meter dash, and the 4 x 100 relay team finished first. It was a great year with the team winning over 200 medals and ribbons Super performances were turned in throughout the season with several school records Being broke Record breakers were: Hurdle Relay Marguarite DeBrown, Kelly Cox, Mellissa Palmer, Margaret Debrown Mile Run Pam Cope 100 Meter Dash DeeDee lames 200 Meter Dash DeeDee lames 100 Hurdles Kelly Cox 800 Meter Run Pam Cope 4 x 800 Relay Susie Choate, Pam Cope, Donna Chapman, Stephanie Simmons Sprint Medlay Lisa Simpson, Michelle Carter, DeeDee lames, Liz Messerly Discus Malinda Wezorek High lump DeeDee lames 11 Boys Track Team Does Well Row 1: Jerry Berry, Kelvin Freeman, Lawrence Fernandes, Leonard Brown, Tim McMains, loey Oliver, Kendall Godwin, Steve Helm, Charles Barber Row 2: Ha Ngo, lames Higgins, Mike Ford, David Nash, Tony Gill, Mike Morrow, Tom Finley, Tim Wright Row 3: Mike Donahue, Mike Miller, Bert Ward, |oe Thomas, |oe Lauman, Mike Hampe, Matt Murphy. Row 4: Lonnie Hill, |oel Walters, David Luke, Julius Carter, Simon Aletore, Darryl Edison, |im Kulish. 1 2 This years boys track team was coached by Chuck Silvey and Coach Snyder and was led by captains Tony Gill, Julius Carter, Charles Barber, Ron Cheatem, and Michael Lomax. The team had a very good season and place in the upper half in all of their meets against some of the state ' s finest competition. Many individual runners did exceptionally well and qualified to run at the state meet at Drake. They are: Ron Cheatem -100m Dash, Tony Freeman -400m Dash, Charles Barber -800m Run, David Nash - 1600m Run, Julius Carter - 400m Low hurdles. The team also sent three relay teams: 4x100, 4x400, and 4x800. The top runners on the team for each event are as follows: 100m Dash -Ron Cheatem 200m Dash -Tim Wright, Tony Gill, Mike Morrow 400m Dash -Tony Freeman, Mike Ford 800m Run -Charles Barber 1600m Run -David Nash 3200m Run -Mike Donahue, Tim McMains 400m Low hurdles- Julius Carter Long Jump High Jump -Michael Lomax Shot Put Discus -Darryl Edison, Tom Finley Front Row: Kathy Hove, Amy Fargo, Dana Forney, Diane Vanderlinden. Back Row: Kathy Lattimer, Sandy Trogdon, Debbie Kroll, Phera Campat, Leslie Frost, Frankie Frost, Coach Peterson Girls and Boys Tennis Team Front Row: Eric Webster, lason Cangas, Kris Hotchkis, Gary Madison. Back Row: Terry Cebart, Paul Dewey, Mike Cretsinger, )erry Colay Girls and Boys Golf Girls Golf: Coach Hybl, Marde Rundle, Carol Boyce, Janeen Hagen, Lynn Vander Linden, Front row, Robin Baxter, Kim Calland, Donna Anderson. Boys Golf: Kurt Gabriel, Arnie Mercer, Paul Fegley, lames Baldwin, Troy Freeborn, Ryan Sears, (front) Sitting -Lisa Simpson, Roberta Lorenz, Diana Woods, Kelly Gibson, Sandy Adams, Laurie Simpson, Tony George. Kneeling - Kelly McFarland, Lynn Flaherty, Tracey Hale, Kelly Cox, Annette Swan, Lisa Taverez, Raquel Way, Glenn Hegere. Standing- Janice McClintic, Stephanie lacobs, DeAnn Carpenter, Coach Carmichael, Coach Minnick, Coach Powell, Sandra Trogdon, Rammie Bra fford, Tina Aller, Kevin Fargo. Kelly McFarland Lisa Simpson 1984 Softball Team Rammie Brafford Sandra Trogdon Ml I Laurie Simpson Kellv Cc Tina Aller VARSITY -Row one: Mike Mathes, Robin Vanderleest, Eddie Stubbs, Keith Snyder, Tony Gill, James Alatore. Row two: Teddy Burkett, David Mercer, Tommy Morris, Rob Utterback, David lones, Jeff Rider. Row three: Coach Sears, Kurt Gabriel, Jeff Earl, Jeff Burns and Doug Hensley. 1984 Baseball Team JR. 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