Thatcher High School - Talon Yearbook (Thatcher, AZ)

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The music starts low, builds, swells, increasing to the climax of the pieceg then the woodwinds create soft appealing music. The listener's spirit soars, just like the Eagle in flight, feeling the wind whistle about him and seeing the land Jelow speed by. Joining the woodwinds, the orchestra brings the music to a slow mellow sound, then ends the piece. So the Eagle lands, coming to a slow speed and touching the ground. Beginning with registration, the students at THS started their 1976-1977 Flight. During our flight we achieve and strive. Beginning with simple known facts, we learn, study, climb, participate, and enjoy. Each day that we strive, we draw nearer to the end of our flight. With each new and exciting experience we learn to master and improve our Freedom Flight from the bonds of stupidity, to make tomorrow better for all, Thus we achieve our Freedom in Flight. Beginning A ' 2" insult 2 5 1. The halls echo the sound of silence. 2. The classroom awaits students. 3. The hall is busy during class change. . Students try to finish their homework, . Students study in the library. 4 5 Striving S, K: ':"' if 1. Cheerleaders do a cheer during a Pep Assembly 2. Students wait on the rail until class starts. 3. Mrs. Lindbiad tries to teach her class. 4. Band students practice marching. 2 ZL. Smile. Like my glasses? Ralph enjoys childhood for a day. ' Don'l: shoot! Mr. Nelson has a BIG admirer. l llsls Enioying Mmlmmm my QW W' A-. E- Y Zraig Wright l Teacher Who Cares! A if L, rw lr H 3 si I i i J i i i me i ir it F W A . 8. ,Q ' - Q- I 9-1 '- K . LY: if W 'xr 'P i K - .say P' ' Mu .. . ., to Wi. sag? - ,, . V-3 fe: tsawsaa ' , we ig . it 4 I mei? ' .. .MS '- .HI ix' ,,. HQQAL S, , L ,, . of- , W- K- rs , ..- f - - ,.-if 'W ' X X K or ' cm,-QM, V - is IVlr. Craig Wright has been the 1977 Senior Class Sponsor for the past three years helping .us any way that he could. He has spent many nights during homecoming work- ing on floats until late at night, and then giving us plenty of time the next day to com- plete assignments which'were not finished, Mr. Wright has also been a referee during this time for many of the J.V. games. We have been in many of his classes during the years, beginningiwith Algebra I as Freshmen, and going all the way to Geometry as Seniors. We the Senior Class of 1977 dedicate the 77 Talon to Mr. Craig Wright, because he is a teacher who cares! Cicmnnitf-mats SCQBQQDQDU miie C9 Qbw amiaaiimms 2227 52963385 4367 E' cQunIlGg7 C97 Ciilassc-as C75 Lmilvcemtiscamemws 337 umnmwznuvcsbm LN , ,,p1,, ,,f, f 1 '- .f11.-.Xu .W if KQJ rg-A an cz: v"1A FN Q 9' '4-I' .51 'L-JT 5 '1-IT v-15, Ei 1552, a i Q fN Hi Ho Silver Away, let's go to school. That was how Monday started the week that would be special. Tuesday was the day for autographs because it was IVlovie Star Day. Wednesday was the day to try the latest hair style, so everyone did, Thursday was the best day of all, and everyone arrived in the most comfortable clothes, and wore themost crazy hats. - Friday was a day to remem- ber, for Friday was Green and White day, and everyone wore school colors. To top the day off, a Homecoming Assembly was held honoring classes of 37,47,57, 67. Afterwards a parade was held which ended at Nlickelson Stadium. At the stadium the Pep Assembly was held. To top everything off, the Eagles went on to victory against the Clifton Trojans. PICTURED ON THIS PAGE: 1, Punker receives a pass. 2. Kathy and Wayne talk between classes. 3. Doug tries to avoid the pho- tographer. 4. Freshman homecoming float. 5, Bands waits for the team to return, Homecoming, A Colorful Event C.. DT N DWL FJ Of ' L QQ, 169 JL 7 l if X Q ,ff 11, k9Lpw7VjMKd it pl 1 if X Q inwjt iltjiftofwt jfyizi J. 1. Students at bonfire. j 2. Pep assembly held at Nlickelson Stadiumf 3. Attendants await announcement of king and queen. 4.,.Fresh,m.an Qlgwns. . 5 , .V Susan and Kathy display sexy sobelgsp ' ' l K2 'x s fi, 3 A fe gf' 12 Students Participate During Homecoming . Kathy shocked us all. . Which light socket did you stick your finger into, Mike? Let's go IVla. Have you seen Tonto? . 91' 34,42 Homecoming Royalty """"""' E .P 3' o X -qv- W 1 I f w Patti Howard , Doug Angle t Kathy Norton Kent Vaughn it Viafil '1 N QQ one Ree lph Gate I Queen Houtz yictw Students Express Themselves 1. Duane is thinking it over, YN 2. Truckin' through. 3. Late night, Danny? 4. How industrious!!! 5. Todd and Ted try to type. 0. 3 'N .,,.....,-.,x Look Quill? , I'ie'F'HHi:l "Who'?'?? .Wa-yne-ears? Kathy boogie Susan twi s. .QD Nolan deveI6ps pictures. down SENIOR FAVORITES Best Personality--Alan Curtis, Janet Fairbanks. Most AthIetic-- Kelly McGrath, Ralph Gates. Most Quiet-- Rickey Goucher. Best Dressed--Charlie Morris, Lisa Welker. 'xmw L as x L me i it N Nl Q . A F ,wa sw ' Ls is KS' 'Y A X M 'wx N . .P ' ' F5 tx ai M Q Q ,.. xi ' " L if -' A . tw ,. . L , Q it f f L- 'h L i e, H is ' L L. W A' Q' A Safegu- if sf f. Nlost Humorous--Tina Smith, Kent Vaughn. Hardest Workers-- Doug Angle, Diane Layton. Most Spirited-- Lynn Nlelton, Joe Janus. Nlost Likely to Succeed--Eddie Cooper, Jennifer Ceccardi. f v ?'i-IS Promotes Self-Expression 1. Chemistry students do their thing. 2. Ghosts haunt the darkroom. 3. What are you going to do when I go off to coIIege'??? , 4. Psssst! Lori, don't tell Joe but . . . 'N s 2 2 1 'A lu, .4 xx X .31-" 1. Relaxing after a two mile march. 2. Wash the girls to STATE. 3. You're on the wrong side Eliseo. n in . X S gifs .AA x Sis img if ' .+- Q, 'Your Next Line Is. Q0 e lk ll u-...nab-up , 1' tie 20 fl gn .cgi gs! i tial' 'H:5s!5",ssfsf' gn' ,xi ,sums wxnfii gui' Ni ergsfsn sxxKVi? +"4"i' ,bfi Q f. 4- R+ ,si efwf r ,tel The Drama Class presented three plays which were enjoyed by students and parents. 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Sm. .wqwk . ,N by nz. -,,.-1-an-...e O 3 ?f--Q. u-.Nh Y' ,,........3 r 51 , rw-amd? CLICK! Students and Teachers watch VaI's Burn. School G m looks roma t'c t ' ht y n I a mg . Gary Scott decides to spend the night. Dogs Beware! 'NW nNff0hl' ' 3 mm sm, if 'P s X- - .- 26 fA'1..+ A V X ,ggv 4' ff "WV K J' WALK! AREANSRHSRS 'N ms sm annum 'S Panuxgm' . mn 1ug',g:::W3sl Wflilou J SVI 0139333 DXGDM JULY me .- X. Ln !1, .ll Q., YQ JI U NS 731' 73 9 1 N E 'Q P: QQ XX Eg ASN xxx SS X Q X 55511115 Q. Ka CP Q 9 5 CT J K A W I C? s Y 1 ,A ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,-.,W VARSITY CHEERLEADERS HAVE SPIRIT ,ir 'fc Rd? I I:3S.x 5 pl ft . vt he f ' ' ,N-xl iv 'E-vxwsis L.EFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Melton, Tina Smith, Eileen Angle, Patti Howard, Mitzi White J.V. Cheerleaders Show Their Spirit n- '11-Z' . 1.1, A M fi. 5, Ms .1 'J , L ' r',V , 1 lv , . K kV,.. , f. 1- 'tiff-Q. is-X ,, ifxsiw K -if fig! 535: 'L Qifif' - K MH sr Q - .Sig ,. . Wm Q l J.V. Cheerleaders liven up assemblies. PICTURED AT LEFT ARE: Tammy Grant Head, Kandi White, Lori Angle, Shari Palmer, and Sara Saline. PoniPon Keep iii ii- SpHH Up I ,M ,ggi-Q rf INQQQR' A ',l S PICT I D L OVE ARE: Teresa Bierman, ennifer Layton--Hea , Eileen Hubbard--Co-Head, Cathy ena, usan H. mwright, Kristy Clemishire, Liiei 4 y April smith, Margaret Alvarado, KNOT PICTURED- e i .eiieiefe ereee r ey e Wendy RomeroJ I if r ' 2512? . y V frfz- le: . f 'ig 1" : 6 2: ,EL K . .,..,x, .. V , . U K in H .fiyrik V 5. Q , 3 erer A ere , in eeee r K- W f "-i .gg frir ,if "- L r ,Q-e,.:f' ,s.. X ' P , H .. -1 4 . ' H -in Q A 2 V2 , .1......, -1 A Wi, -' - Y -. -er- Q ri 1 '-" ' iiee .N r- .,pm:. T1 y Q 3 , mf zIi.1A ' 4 Q , 1 er f SKA gk H5854 51 XFX!! if X x fi gk is r x i Qxzhrw 'X Y H, x 'E if 'wil P' W lk M ,.e,,. 2" ,, r,.r. M y Q' ' x I W 'Q ix 3 'K x Q Q 1 i Q NR xx N ,gm . ra ar 4 R f' ie v J yearn ig ,V 1 . . t K 5 ku' x 1 l SM -... N N 1 4 w 1 33 Student Council Student Council has spent a frustrating year of planning, re-planning and planning again. Lack of communication has been a concern. To help solve the problem, second period represen- tatives have been added. These people report to second period classes all the items discussed in Student Council. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS are: Diane Layton- Secretary, Janet Fairbanks-Vice President, Doug Angle-President. MEMBERS are: Patti Howard, Janet Fairbanks, Tina Smith, Andrea Allred, ' , Marcia Martin, Diane Layton, Becky Alder, LaRee Saline, Julia Fairbanks, Vicki Woods, Mrs. Cope, Lori An John Daley, Bonnie White, Ronald Bigler, Robert Fnirbanlgs, Joe Orr, Brent Allen, Doug Angle, John Lucas, Clyde Pease, Mr. Sharp, Terry Oliver, Tammy Grant, Shari Cross, Lori Daley, Richard Moody. New members to the Jack Daley Chapter of the National Honor Society were tapped at an assembly in February. The teachers rated each student on the f four qualities of: Character, Leadership, Service and Scholarship. OLD MEMBERS are: Debbie Reed, John Griffin, Lisa Welker, Andrea Allred, Tina Smith, Eddie Cooper, Patti Howard Diane Layton, Joe Janus, Janet Fairbanks, Kelly McGrath, Lendon Whetten, Kathy Norton, Alan Curtis. NEW MEMBERS are: Scott Overstreet, Becky Alder, Lawrence Innes, Janine McBride Julia Fairbanks, Ster'lil ' S n Butler, Melody DeVore, 'mi Terry Oliver. Pep Club Boosts Spirit uv? X Janet Fairbanks, Kelly McGrath, Tina Smith I - TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Eileen Angle Mitzi White, Loree Adams, Melinda Curtis, Bonnie o e s, ec y Reed, Tammy Merrifield, Kandi White, Emily Palma, Rande Lucas, Susan Welker. BOTTOM LEFT: President LaRee Saline Protects Debra Lustig from "The Thing." BOTTOM RIGHT: Santa's four little elves. Pep Club Officers are: LaRee Saline-President, Janell Ferrin Vice-President, Jennifer Ceccardi-Secretary, Lisa Nicholas-Treasurer. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Lori Broc u - - T n ll Grant, Andrea Allred, Becky Alder, Shari Palmer, X I i Jazz Band Stops Traffic fl? A S 1 i it 1 egg! 3 fi' STOP CHILDREN CROSSWALK C j kk 5' k U3 . W"'9'-QAUA,-' QQ BACK ROW LEFT T0 RIGHT: Lisa Welker, Shari Palmer, John Griffin, Sterling Smith, Clem Velasquez, Phil T McBride, Tina Smith, Nolan Butler, Joe Orr, Gibb Stailey, David White. FRONT ROW: Becky Alder, Patti Howard, Russ Norton, Lee Curtis, Eileen Hubbard, Sara Saline. Director Rich Christensen. NOT PICTURED: Eldon Smith, Terry Oliver, Steven Palmer, Lendon Whetten, Diane Layton Jazz Officers. Becky Alder Secreta Sterling Smith-Vice President, Patti Howard-President. . , u.L.m1n:,i:.:.m:iuuunuuuunmai:.....1 . i , ii faiaiiw-v--f-1-.et .....,.u----.pm I , Girls Glee Sings MW- ,..x . ew-.W-Q-Q-vw-qu lol ll i? TOP ROW: Emily Palma, Tammy Merrifield, Rachel Terrezas, Vangie Tellez, Susan Wainwright, Carmen Cassa, Darlene Blount, Jessie Campos, Gloria Lopez. BOTTOM ROW: Becky Reed, Patti Johnson, Bonnie Roberts, Marcia Anderson, Karen Fisher, Debbie Daniels, Kim Caufield, Wadene Horner, Clara Ochoa, LaRee Saline-accompaniest, Rich Christensen-director. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Sennett, uenise Krob. Officers are: Tammy Merrifield-President, Emily Palma-Vice President, Jessie Campos-Secretary, Becky Reed-Treasurer. Mr. Christensen leads the G lee at the Christmas Concert. Camerata Fires up! 1. Officers are: Diane Layton, President, Susan Welker, Roll Secretary, Tina Smith, Music Secre- tary. 2. LEFT TO RIGHT: Rande Lucas, Marcia Martin, Tammy'Grant, Susan Welker, Russ Norton, Janine, McBride, Tina Smith, Eileen Hubbard, Clem elasquez, Darrel Robinson, Kathy Sorensen, Ronald Bigler, ,gnnifer Layton, Ann Ferrin. NOT PIC- TURED: Patti Howard, Diane Layton, Eldon Smith. J x T.H.S. IVIARCHING BAND Wm, C 1 '--....-g,h-,f l TOP TO BOTTOM: 1ST ROWZ5 J Fred Amaro, John Griffin, Steven Palmer, Joe Orr, Terry Oliver, John Taylor, Lendon Whetten, Eldon Smith, Darrel Robinson, Sterling Smith. 2ND ROW: Loree Adams, Martin Greason, Tina Smith, Nolan Butler, Lisa Welker, Joe Windsor, Lee Curtis, Shari Palmer, Marcia Martin, Phil McBride. 3RD ROW: Lori Angle, Anita Alva, LaMont Whetten, Ann Ferrin, Chucky Ferrin, David White, Carroll Lee, Alleen Hendrickson, Gibb Stailey, Lori Brockmgigr, Darla Pease. 4TH ' ROW: Tammy Grant, Donna Noble, Kristi Skinner, Clem Valesquez, Katie White, Debra Carpenter, Melinda Curtis, Lela Udall, Colleen Noble. 5TH ROW: Russ Norton, Patti Howard,.Ja11i,ng- McBride, Patricia Lundell, Clara -61:l'rUaf'S5ra Saline, David Hardesty, Dee Dee Gonzales, Lydia Alva, . 6TH ROW: Rande Luca.s, Meri Marti k Alder, Becky Sgmithj' san Welker. NOT PICTURE : Diane ay on, Kathy Sorensen, Margaret Alvarado, Jennifer Layton, April Smith, Lisa Woods, Jamie Wilson. Director-- Rich V. Christensen. . P 9 T 'gi Q 5.11, VV J 13 ,. N 7 - 5 'SR' A-53.4.4 V W ' 8 'wif' I , ,, n J HF E lE Trying to meet deadlines and report the school activities as they happen is the job of the journalism class. The addition of the graphics arts class at the college has improved the quality of the printing and has made it possible to use pictures. PICTURED LEFT ARE editor Lynn Melton, advisor, Annice Cope and photographer Nolan Butler. PICTURED BELOW ARE staff members Debbie Nichols, Danny Gonzales, Ronnie Aguilar, Mitzi White, Lynn Melton, Geno Alvarado, Carmen Cassa, Nolan Butler, Patti Johnson, Mrs. Cope. Drama Class Had Good Times 'Li WET Mit' 5- I ,H . I"'kx 'Cabs f ' .aa N, Maf- eq, Ni x gait ,. - i Drama are: Kathy Sorensen, Bonnie Whit , Kristi Skinner, Janine McBride, Vicki Woods,Jennifer Cecifardi, Clay Herbert, Kandi White, Jerry Romines, Devin Skinner, Bobbie Torrio, Kim Caufield, Steve Robinson, Wendy Romero, David Melton, Sterling Smith, Neil Smith, Martin Greason, Scott Mudd, Mike Gojkovich. FllA. F.H.A. MEMBERS TOP TO BOTTOM: Sandra McKeon-Advisor, Colleen Noble, Arleen Van Huss, Beth Cain- President, Melody DeVore-Secretary, Deanna Oliver, Debbie Hall, Donna Grant, Melinda Curtis, Robin Nichols- Vice President, Loree Adams-Treasurer, April Smith, Marcia Martin, Lara Matthews, Anita Alva, Pat Lovell, Yvette Ward, Joey McKinnley, Yvonne Ward, Shari Cross-Representative. Chess CHub CHESS CLUB MEMBERS TOP TO BOTTOM: Kevin Krob, Rbbentziaidmnkizlfine President 8: Representativeg Ted Garrison, Mr. Bill Nietfeld-Sponsor, David Matthews, Richard Moody, Clem Velasquez, LaMont Whetten-President. NOT PICTURED, Denise Krob-Secretary 84 Treasurer. Library Club LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS TOP TO BOTTOM: LaMont Whetten-Vice-President, Darlene Blount, Ted Garrison, Denise Krob-Treasurer, Yvonne Ward, Richard Moody- Representative, Yvette Ward, Anita Alva-Secretary, Donna Grant, Lydia Alva-President, Mrs. Philpott- Sponsor. Letterman's Club LETTERMAN'S CLUB MEMBERS TOP TO BOTTOM: Joe Orr, Joe Janus, Nolan Butler, Ronnie Aguilar, Kent Vaughn, John Lucas, Chris Lee, Sterling Smith, Doug Angle, Danny Green, Blake Allen, Terry Triem, Alton Good, Mark Houtz-Secretary, Clyde Pease-President, Alan Curtis-Treasurer. Girls' GIRLS' CLUB HAS GREAT AND EX- CITING YEAR! They sponsored the Girls' Dance which was a great success and enjoyed by all. Girls' Club Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Julia Fairbanks, Secretary, Judi Frazier, Vice- President, Lisa Welker, President, Marcia Martin, Treasurer. Girls' Club Members FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Kristi Skinner, Debbie Fuson, Lela Udall, Tammy Grant, Meri Martin, Becky Alder, Shari Palmer, Julia Fairbanks, Marcia Martin, Judi Frazier, Janet Fairbanks, Kelly ivicerath, Tana Smit BACK ROW: Susan Welker, An - ' , 1 ndrea Allred, Mitzi White, Robin Nicholas, Loree Adams, Kathy Sorensen, Melinda Curtis, Lori Brockmeier, Bonnie Roberts, Irene Lopez, Tammy Merrifield, Kandi White, Emily Palma, Becky Reed, Beth Cain, Arlene Van Huss, Rande Lucas, Lori Daley. Club 81 Dance 46 X 5. gf 1.71753 ip .. Eff We gif az Eff' L fa hi., 4- 'ssif' T , it i --P ms., gs 1 .A N 'JI t fi W I . ,v ,--4 f 6 -A ,fy- th 5 , X xg .,,,..a--w i Q as ,W ,W 's 3 4 ,A Theme: This One's for You GIRLS' DANCE A GREAT SUCCESS! Th: Girls' Dance was held the night of December 21, 1976. The theme was "This One's For Youp' The decorating committee did a great job with Blue and Silver as the chosen colors. There were decorated tables around the room. The band was "Goidmyne" which provided great sounds.. 1. King and Queen: Janet Fairbanks and Kent Vaughn. 2. "Scott, Ithink they spiked the punch!" 3. Crown bearers: April Allen and Nathan Bryce 4. Bill Griffin was Master of Ceremonies. 5 Annual Stall Works Hard! Well, I have to be home by 3 o'clock! Oh know, my hot dog fell in the fire! Hey, there's a fly in my bean dip! Kristi starts her 10th hot dog. TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kristi Skinner, Robin Nicholas, Shari Cross, Donna Noble, Tricia Lundell, Loree Adams, Mrs. French Advisor, Melinda Curtis, Lori Daley, Co-Editor, Ronald Bigler Editor, Joe Orr, Nolan Butler photographer, Melanie Daley ,O T O ssls S JWMWWUMMNP 4 '53 f WQEQ H Hard Work Pays Off The girls of the volleyball team are not only champions in the skill of volleyball but they are champions in initiative, integrity and character. Their respect and desire to take "just one more step" has led them to reign among the best of atheletes. 50 LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Mary Jones, Becky Alder, Patti Howard, Kelly McGrath, Irene Lopez, Lisa Welker, Kathy Sorensen, Andrea Allred, Mitzi White, Marcia Martin, Eileen Angle. NOT PICTURED: Kathy Norton. W -Q- Q 5 Q i .1 'J ' L k,g- We 21 Y . . i f-h ir, 'ffiiil fgiifglifi' ii 'fi15 "5:f X" ' - fi f-- . K 'flmg,ae-.'1.1...f.g,a . S1 . . Q " ? v ' Q H 'E'lli'S,1IQlilf5if.2lt5YT?'fl'5ia53Wf15f"Q"'1?a?f' MJ if lk 1 - ig .- Q, if lg-,12fgg,gfgg.,g1rfs .iff -,XV -Q il gf. - - - gffgfl- . if 4 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ,aww . -., Eileen sets it up. Kelly sends the ball to the other side. Lisa reaches. Andrea kills. Kathy shows 'em how. ,as-f J.V Volleyball Fights Hard LEFT T0 RIGHT:Patti Johnson, Tam my Grant, Margaret Alvarado, Judi Frazier, Tammy Merrifield, Shari Palmer, Coach Becky Romer Heidi Smith, Rande Lucas, Emily Palma, Kandi White,Janine Ewel- l Freshmen Volleyball -Ninn. i Nwsg, THE THRILL OF VICTORY! LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Mary Jones, Colleen Noble, April Smith, Sandi McEuen, Kristi Clemshire, Terri Noake, Merri Martin, Lori Angle,l.-gri Brockmeier, Mary Ann Moreno Yolanda Soto, Tonna Hoopes, Lela Udall, Jessica Campos, Alleen Hendrickson, Sara Saline, Clara Ochoa. Got It! ,Eagles Have 7-1-1 Season Q TOP ROW: Rudy Guerrero, James Foree, Kent Vaughn, Alton Good, Ronnie Aguilar, Kyle Stalder, Mark Allen, James Janus, Bernie Kin, Alan Curtis. MIDDLE ROW: Jay Pierson, Ben Montierth, Joe Janus, Darl Edington, Chris Lee, Clyde Pease, Sterling Smith, Mark Houtz, Jay Chesley. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Ed Shamey, Doug Angle, Scott Overstreet, Gene Alvarado, Wayne Vian, Lawrence Innes, John Lucas, Ralph Gates, Terry Fisher, Assistant Coach Dennis Martin. T hatcher 32 14 6 27 12 12 20 27 15 SCORES Pima Hayden Ray Duncan Clifton Benson Baboquivari Valley Union Tombstone Opponent 7 i 14 204 O , 2 i 6 0 1 0 1 9 5 l.V. Undeleated Two Years in a Row SITTING ARE: Brent Meyers, Todd Curtis, Phil McBride, Chuck Perrin, Robert ,n , Fairbanks, Willie Romero. KNEELING ARE: Gary Scott, David Hardesty, Elvis Gates, Eddie Delgado, J. D. Householder, Gibb Stailey, Wade Norton, Duane Pease, Lee Curtis. STANDING ARE: Coach Hall, Greg Overstreet, Eddie Myers, Fred Amaro, Devin skinner, Neil smith, Eldon smith, David Cope, John Frazier, Hector Palma, Robb Smith, Kevin Knight, Michael Napier, Brent Allen, Jim Mullenaux, Simon Campos, Coach Nelson. ig 'hh 1. Coach Hall thinks about next play. 2. GO, GO, GO, . . . 3. Dog Pile! vt: 2, . ,qi Ls Thatcher 25 32 34 ' 25 25 Forfeit Forfeit 32 1976-77 J.V. FOOTBALL SCORES Duncan Clifton V Tombstone Ray Benson Pima Duncan Valley Union Opponent 6 O 0 0 O Forfeit Forfeit 0 wx: 4 -f-1-g"fi'i"l ft v . in lasts, Hi :pk ,mam K ,f M5 , Q. Q 1. Let me go. 2. Watch out 20. C H 3. S-T-R-E-T- Fly Like an Eagle Qc inf LEFT TO RIGHT: Doug Angle, Mark Houtz, Ronnie Aguilar, Blake Allen, Terry Triem, Eddie Cooper, Crandall Aaron, David Matthews, James Foree, Clyde Pease, Scott Overstreet, Chris Lee, Kenny Goodman, Sterling Smith, Geno Alvarado. Manager Ted Moreno, Coach Paul Nelson. Thatcher 64 76 62 76 43 63 66 54 53 53 66 60 59 62 77 50 71 74 61 64 68 94 62 67 62 78 58 g. 4 U UW B0 U0 UM H174 1511131 SCORES Pima Alchasey Pima Hayden Safford Ft. Thomas Ft. Thomas Safford Duncan Clifton Baboquivari Tombstone Duncan Valley Union Clifton Benson Wilcox Baboquivari Duncan Tombstone Valley Union Benson Clifton Duncan Tombstone Phoenix Christian Antelope ' Christmas Tournament W District Tournament "W State Tournament O ppone nt 3 7 72 39 68 66 45 53 66 44 50 49 68 56 32 49 44 62 61 62 60 44 65 45 46 70 59 70 N , C' l ,1 Z L4 59 nd' .V .p Magik 60 Girls Basketball SCORES 'hatcher Opponent 33 Valley Union 27 31 Safford 33 14 Morenci 52 ' 11 Morenci 56 "' 21 Safford 33 18 Clifton 53 47 Baboquivari 36 16 Morenci 56 33 Duncan 24 27 Ft. Thomas 24 26 Benson 58 13 Clifton 69 52 Duncan 34 27 Tombstone 38 19 Valley Union 33 "' 26 Valley Union 25 "' 29 Clifton 43 'C hristm as Tournament " District Tournam ent KNEELING: Margaret Alvarado, Eileen Angle, Josephine McKinley, .Lori Brockmeier Clara Ochoa, Tammy Merrifield-Manager, Bill Sliarp-Coach, Susan Wainwright, Kelly McGrath, Lisa Welker, Terri Noake, Alleen Hendrickson, Mary Jones-Coach, Carroll Lee-Manager. The New Team in Town my F' S 5 Q T T I Title IX states "No person ln the United States shall on the basis of sex be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any school program or activity. With the passing of this law, THS has added a Girls Basketball Team. Basketball was new to many of the girls, but some had grown up with it. The scheduling of the gym was a problem and consequently the Fresh- man Team was dropped from the program. 1 o l T N1 X ' xi 'x E A Q i ---' I - ......... 63 J.Vg Basketball P SCORES Thatcher Opponent Pima Alchesay Pima Hayden Valley Union Safford Safford lFroshl Ft. Thomas Clifton Baboquivari Tombstone Duncan Valley Union Benson Willcox Baboquivari Duncan Benson Qs... ,EFT TO RIGHT: Greg Overstreet, Willie Romero, Neil Smith, arren McGrath, Mike Gojkovich Hector Palma Phil McBride . D. Householder, Jim Elkins, Jilin Mullenaux, john Frazier, I lichael Napier, Alan Reed, Eddie Myers, Robb Smith, Brent llen, Coach Dennis Martin. ,X Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vaughn, Football Mom and Dad "What this time?" Who's the leader of our club? "Wendy IVlouse" How about tonight at 8:0017 All I wanted was the ball. mx! 1mJfQ3JsJovcQ5w f NN Zi Q2 W . T Y U TL, L, 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Su erintendent Max Peck p . Bernice Stowell, Secretary to lVIr. Peck. Principal Gien B. Nelson. Jeanie Wachala, Secretary to Nlr. Nelson. Julia Adams, Bookkeeper. Administration Leads T.H.S. Lew! f AL Rm 7,-and-w, 4 -. , , XX!! i1fXQ1Ql5'1Q4, .... i .J60 ...AG ,v ,HP 1 eil gn' its efrm W Loretta Gates, Secretary. Phil Nlartin, Drivers Ed- ucation, Athletic Direc- tor. Gene Cope, Bookkeeper. Bill Sharp, Counseler. Emalee Philpott, Librar- ian, Reading. g,,c,N,N .4 K, Teachers Share Their Talents Mary Lindblad, English. Bill Nietfeld, Algebra, Chemistry Earth Science, General Math. Ed Shamey, History, Government, Earth Science, Coach. James McBride, Shop. Rich Christensen, Band, Glee. Craig Wright, Algebra, Geometry, General Math. Marguerite Payne, Spanish. Dennis Martin, Coach. Jeanne Bryce, Shorthand, Book- keeping, Typing II. 9 f K M .N What Can We Say? Ihr ff' +I. in If ,N he ei 1. Nancy French, Typing I, Office Practice. 2. Mary Jones, Girls P.E., Coach. 3. Janice Given, English. 4. Sandra NIcKeon, Home Economics. iii pc- 1 2 3 4 ,. is 555 3.4 1,355 Q Q Annice Cope, English, Journalism. Paul Nelson, Biology, Life Science, Coach. James Hall, Geography, American History, Coach. Dale Rieber, Special Resource Coordinator. vi Z, e?'Q3f1s5f?' ,s!lQGg,.?'ii, ,,, f, 5, 4, Y'-fi 1 35,-:L fa-SEEIGRQ-Y . .T A ,QE?Sz3i'gi'11fi'5" it ' ' 55 ,gig ,uv-I ,vglgf 5 ,S,,3,,,3, eg o ,X o as EY' .sv- ,,. l L, l Q S is Q. Hp! 9 so A WR xii? ix THATCHER SCHODL BOARD 6 ""?1v' 119 U 1. New School Board Nlembers. LEFT TO R T: Dennis Layton, Arden Palmer President, Joe Allen, Bruce Curtis,dVIar Iyn We 2. Pouring the foundation forthe Middiexsqx LM J SW R33 23,1221 DXQDM BER? Q23 x-0 S S 1 X . I , 'Is I . I 1 1 4 5395570 1 1 1 . 1 K -A ' 5' I 1 I 1 1 f 1 ' 1 Eddie Cooper ,aw Top Ten Seniors Joe Jan Co- Salutatorian ,, JohnGrlffm Ax? .. .gnu t 1 3 4 Seniors Celebrate The Senior Class of "76-77" finishes out their last year of high school. The Seniors took first at the bonfire competition and second on their float during Homecoming. They have been busy working at concessions, selling megaphones, and window stickers. Seniors ordered their keys and announcements and had their pictures taken. The Senior Class is looking forward to Graduation. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: President--Kelly McGrath, Vice President--Jennifer Ceccardi, Secretary--Andrea Allred, Representative--John Lucas. Andrea Allred Doug Angle ...I I 1- daviiitf Annie Arrellin Ronald S. Bigler Stella Campos 1 Ox fel, N- W. Jennifer Ceccardl Tom Clement Eddie Cooper pug Sylvia A. Cox Robert Cucclardl Alan D. Curtis Janet Arm Fairbanks 1977 Graduates Janell Fen-in Ralph Gates Danny Gonzales Alton Jake Good f . , ,.,m,N,f,g XX? Q N1 g:7"lNh - ,Lx ' Ti O R L W K - L 'v-xX: if ex wage .F ,. . Q 51 - or x X Q - . .V Asks x . xk,.: ff: we L N. " vewwwewx W ::. --i,.."".-'5'- fx Aoxms A,-,:. V .J Lge! Lvl: J' X- John B. Griffin Mark Houtz Patti Howard Diane Layton ,Rv X -- 1535-'H 1 Joe Janus Pat Kelly Irene Lopez John Lucas QW of-vase X. X. SSS Lynnh Melton MattfMeIton Keliy McGrath x N . I fh: ,I ' U . A fv l chaf lot1eB. Momana scan Moody NIOVEOUT WORLD Charles Morris Laufie Mui-len L V ,gi-fj,,j,',--i..'v, , K. c-.!7NN Lisa D. Nicholas Debora Nichols . A, ,W ,nth 1 , 'Wow' Kathy Norton Rose Marie Ochoa Z' g,:.1'11".,X v X Terry W. Oliver .Xi f Yo, """"' YQ uhrdg Rick Overstreet Clyde D. Pease Debbie Reed 2 Kim M. Rguem X Q ' ,ig-if L P1163 14, Romero , iylil ,. A . K r,L. Sennett 4' h Llk' L' mmmh NOT PICTURED? - Rickey Gloucher Mike Ochoa. Don Philllps Edwardo Romero Kyle Stalder ,A . ,, ,fl,A 1 . Jim Taylor ' Yolanda Tellez ni M Dolores Terrazae ll l. -l Robert Torrio Cheryl Valenzuela R, Kent vaughn e llll lele ' l j1 lLlsa Welker l Landon J. wneuen ,,M-.4.,.... ,...Y, , +..h-51. , ff: 'O 2 i:,g.Z,".,l. has 2 N 3 -. 31' ,.'i:::: :vs -fr' '-.5 4 A. ' Junior Officers Take on New Responsibilities Working together as a class, the Juniors have placed a winning float in the Homecoming Parade and have taken care of concessions at Basketball and Football games. They have enjoyed their three years at Thatcher High School and are looking forward to becoming Seniors. JU NIORS CLASS OFFICERS are: President--Becky Alder, Vice President--Lawrence Innes, Secretary--Eileen Angle, Representative--Terry Triem . Junior lqoat Takes First Mary Ann Aguilar Ronnie Aguilar Becky Alder Eileen Angle Blake Allen Mark Allen Gene Alvarado Nolan Butler Beth Cain Debra Carpenter Carmen Cassa Jay Chesley iimiors Find Class Stimulating Lori Daley Tony Dominguez Dari Edington Julia Fairbanks Ann Ferrin James Foree Debbie Fuson Jimmy Gates ,,1. K glsims-ssvfi fffiI1E?fi?z, is - if .. ' '.kk ff? 'k i , 5 'Y X X s X. I S Us VW nn...-...lxv Us Larry Gojkovlch Ron Gojkovich Danny Green Tom -e - w ence nnes James Janus Path J 1 nson ' - ia' Lundell Debra Lustig Neem Marcia Martin David Matthews Janine Eliseo Morales Junior Moreno Tharrin Mullen Donna Noble Darla Nolan David Ochoa Juniors on the Move Q'--un iw Q-sr 'S bi' 'iv , lxip1'is"f l Moses Ochoa Scott Overstreet Gilbert Palma Steven Palmer Arlene Porter Lynda Rietz Clayton Romero Robert Sennett Sterling Smith Kathy Sorensen Fess Stalder Danny Thomas Terry Triem Arleen VanHuss Clem Velasquez Wayne Vian Susan Welker Bonnie White Juniors Participate in School Activities David White Mitzi White by 'Frei' gl W NOT PICTU RED: Tresa Emanuelson Terry Fisher Rudy Guerrero Gerald Gustina Bernie Kin Ruby Penrod Robert Reynolds Six 1. David gets lost in the GREAT library. 2. Marcia Blows up. 3. Evil look from Ben. -ir Q Q im ,. X M S NSN YN' 5 X. N Sophomores Are IVIovin' up The Sophomore class has had a fun-filled successful year. They have sponsored a dance and have sold concessions at both football and basketball games. They have enjoyed their two years at Thatcher High and are looking forward to the last two years. SOPHONIORE CLASS OFFICERS are: President--Joe Orr, Vice-President--Cindy Housholder, Secretary-- Jennifer Layton, Representative--Vicki Woods. 496 wwf' , MR A 5WXXxx0M X R Es x 3 aft ,I it ,.... IU' GS -4--4' x X YWXX 'ski' gc if 17? Crandall Aaron Loree Adams Eloise Allred Lydia Alva Margaret Alvarado Marcia Anderson Clint Barker Jerry Barquin Darlene Blount Marilyn Brockmeier Wayne Bryce Simon Campos Dale Carpenter Teresa Clement 95 David Cope Dendy Cox Shari Cross Melinda Curtis Todd Curtis Melanie Daley Debbie Daniels Eddie Delgado Melody DeVore Connie Ferrin Judi Frazier Beckie Gardner Ted Garrison Mike Gojkovich Kenny Goodman Tammy Grant Martin Greason Wadene Horner Cindy Householder Bud Jones Kevin Kight Lily Kin John Kloppe Denise Krob Jennifer Layton Chris Lee Pat Lovell Rande Lucas Lara Matthews Jana Maurer Darren McGrath Tammy Merrifield Scott Mudd Jim Mullenaux Eddie Myers Michael Napier Robin Nicholas Randy Norman Sophomores Listen and Learn Wade Norton Manny Olivaz i Mike Olivaz Joe Orr , Emily Palma i Kathy Palma l Shari Palmer Duane Pease Kerrie Penrod l Britt Peterson Becky Reed ' Mark Reed i Bonnie Roberts Steven Robinson A -.-M ,J , Robert Romines Steve Sisto Devin Skinner Kristi Skinner John Smallwood Eldon Sm ith Neil Smith Robb Smith John Taylor Paul Taylor Vangie Tellez Frank Terrazes Debbie Waffensmlth SusanWainwright 100 S'4 A Q xi K David Yazzie x yi, NOT PICTURED: Don Little LA 1 Jay Weaver LaMont Whetten Kandi White Vicki Woods ,KAP ,- X.: di? ,MAME ZA? LPA wi 'wx-Q - my - ,mb do .M , Our Future Leaders 1 P r Being a Freshmen has been a big change in their lives. But they have had a successful year. Besides having a lot of fun, they have gotten off to a good start earning money. They have had concessions and sponsored a dance. They are looking fonlvard to their next three years at Thatcher High. FRESHMEN C LASS OFFICERS are: President --Brent Allen, Vice President-- Lori Stiner, Secretary--Kristy Clemishire, Representative-- Lori Angle. 5 S QNX sv, 'zz' AWL1 ' l Brent Allen Anita Alva ,I Lori Angle K Teresa Bierman l Rick Blysta l Kelly Bott James Brock l Lori Brockmeier .i1 Jessia Campos Kim Caufield Kristy Clemishilfe Jody Collins l Darrell Cope Lee Curtis John Daley Donna Derrick Chuck Ferrin Karen Fisher John Frazier Bill Gardner Elvis Gates Dee Dee Gonzales Jerry Good Donna Grant Tammy Greason B ec ky Hales Debbie Hall Freshmen Get Into the KICK of Things' an ,1 el I9 49 ,. v 'f e Q gl "fe: -" .E 'zeffkifl ...4,5?l. gm: falaefwfz,-I , 5+ so iapne.fQ..ie1q,,.,e .,.., . x -.If rf . .-L ,. 7ff,,.,, Y 21, Q4 WQQEQ n igh? E J" 3 wi wks -G 2 .L a im f . .L-frwg 31 ' 1 , Q55 fm we , 425W . 'Ev ev or ' T 4 if H I X ie 'ff 1-:ks-...... -.-.-.w.-..,...,,...,.-.--.n-..- up-.4-..... ........... .......A . . ,. . ,...-v ,.. ...... ...,.4. +L-, Fern Hall David Hardesty Daniel Hartzell Johnna Haynie Alleen Hendrickson Clay Herbert Tonna Hoopes J.D. Householder Sharon Jennings Lydia Kloppe Mike Koscielniak Kevin Krob Cruzie Lopez Gloria Lopez l Robert Lovell Merianne Martin Phil McBride Sandra McEuen Josephine McKinley David Melton Cathy Mena Mary Ann Moreno Brent Meyer Richard Moody Rory Mullen Kim Nicholas Terri Noake Colleen Noble 106 M iell .,,e?'i'l Freshmen Get a Taste of High School Life! 'ix lan 033' -QM' , N R if I. .'i', l " . I R' 1' 'rx-f Si' A N- : 'fav-1, L - , -A , fy fL.gvw.uj,-, ff' f 4-X ,ieftWv. R ,fix l.1!l:'9.,'?n ful 5 QL' Russ Norton i Tim Nottingham Clara Ochoa Deanna Oliver Greg Overstreet Caroline Palma Hector Palma Darla Pease KetefPennington Scott Platt Alan Reed Andrea Roberts Robbie Romero Willie Romero Nlarie Rowley Sara Saline Gary Scott April Smith Becky Smith Heidi Smith Yolanda Soto Lori Stiner Yolanda Tarango Phillip Taylor Davisel Teague Rachel Terrazas Class -:if 1 M93 i Xi ez l9'Pn,., , , g . 1 K, Ai i sfilfszzfr-'iiiiffiz .Y . . ,Q . . .g,.L::. Q 1 ".L'ffX K g of Harold Woods Kerry Woods Lisa Woods Lela Udall John VanHuss Sel ma Velasquez Anna Waggoner Yvette Ward Yvonne Ward Bonnie West Katie White Rulon White Joe Windsor NOT PICTURED Fred Amaro Billy Reynolds Gibb Stailey Carol Torrio 5525 'Y ya. "7 W , 'H FA 3. ,V it M fx him. . 4 1. Freshmen are always working hard. 2. Where did it go? H 1 L V'e Y "r' 3 Got it! 33 4. Walking under stairs is bad luck. A VLVKV' VV" 1 That darn wind. . A Q Senior Register ANDREA ALLRED Volleyball 1,2,3,4 Co-captain 47 Second All-State Team 47 Track 2,47 Softball 17 Band 1,2,37 National Honor Society 3,47 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Zone Leader 47 FHA 37 Basketball All-Star Team during Intermurals 27 Nationalities of America Club 37 Senior Class Secretary DOUG ANGLE Football 1,2,3,47 Second Team All- conference Tight End 47 Basketball 1,2,3,47 Track 1,2,37 Baseball 27 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Student Body Officer 2: Boys Club 1,27 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4- Freshm en Class President7 Student Body President'4- Congressman Conlan Scholar 3. ' ANNIE ARRELLIN Transf f P' H' h S - Eagle Staff 4. er rom ima Ig chool, RONALD BIG LER Band 1,2,37 Camerata 1,2,3,47 Talon Staff 3,4 Co-Editor 3 Editor 47 Seminary 1,2,3,47 BOYS Club 1,22 Drama Club 27 Solo 84 Ensemble 1,2,37 Honor Choir 1,27 Honor Band 3. STELLA CAMPOS Volle b II1 27 T k 2' - Spanish Club 3. y a ' me ' Softball 1' JENNIFER CECCARDI Glee 1' Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 4 Secretary 47 Drama Club 3,4 Vice-President 37 Junior Class President7 Senior Class Vice-President7 Women's Science Engineer Award 3. TOM CLEMENT Transfer from San Manuel High School7 Basketball 2,37 Baseball 2,3. EDDIE COOPER Basketball 1,2,3,47 Track 1,27 Most Improved Player7 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Boys Club 1,27 Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,47 University of Arizona Outstanding Junior. SYLVIA COX Volleyball 2, Glee 1,27 Talon Staff 37 Girls Club 1. ROBERT CUCCIARDI ALAN CURTIS Football 1,2,3,47 Baseball 17 Band 1,2,37 Jazz Band 2,37 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Second Counselor 47 Boys Club 1,2,37 Lettermen's Club 3,47 Arizona Boys State 3. JANET ANN FAIRBANKS Volleyball 1,27 Track 2,3,47 Band 1,27 Piano Solo Regional 1,27 Piano Solo State "Superior" 27 Talon Staff 37 National Honor Society 3,4 Secretary 37 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 3,47 Sem- inary 1,2,3,4 Student Body Officer 1,32 Drama Club 37 Nationality of America 37 Sophomore Class Repre- sentative7 Junior Class Representative7 Girls Dance Queen 47 Girls State Alternate 37 Student Body Vice- President 47 Student Council 2,3,4. JANELL FERRIN Band 1,27 Girls Club 1,2,37 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,47 FHA 3. RALPH GATES Football 1,2,3,47 All-Conference 47 All-State 47 Best Offensive Player Trophy7 Most Valu- able Player Trophy7 Track 3,47 Baseball 1,27 Wres- tling 17 Glee 27 Seminary 17 Boys Club 1,27 Letter- men's Club 1,2,3. DANNY GONZALES Football 1,27 Basketball 1,27 Eagle Staff 47 Seminary 17 Boys Club 1,27 Drama Club 37 Student Body Play 37 All-Tourney Interm urals 1. ALTON JAKE GOOD Football 1,2,3,47 Basketball 27 Track 1,27 Baseball 47 Wrestling 17 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Boys' Club 1,27 Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4. RICKEY GOUCHER i JOHN GRIFFIN Basketball 1,27 Band 1,2,3,47 Jazz I Band 2,3,47 National Honor Society 3,4, Seminary 1,2,3,4:ClaSS Vice-President 47 Boys' Club 1,27 Honor Band 3. MARK HOUTZ Football 1,2,3,47 Basketball 1,2,3,47 i Football Honorable Mention All-State7 Football All- Conference7 Boys Club 1,27 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Secretary 47 Homecoming Prince 27 Homecoming King 4. PATTI HOWARD Volleyball 1,2,47 Tennis 1,2,3,47 2nd Team All-State VoIleyball7 State Volleyball Champs 47 1st Place Tennis Doubles lDistricti7 3rd Place Tennis Doubles lStatei7 Cheerleader 2,3,4 Head 47 Pom Pon 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Camerata 3,4, Jazz Band 3, 4 President 47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Student Body Vice-President 47 Who's Who Among American High School Students 47 State Solo 84 Ensem- ble Festival 1,3,47 Regional Solo 84 Ensemble Festival 27 Typing Award 70 wpm 27 Regional All-State Band 2,3,47 Basketball Intramurals 17 Fiesta Bowl Parade 47 BIPW Girl of the Year 47 Elks Scholarship Contest 4th P ace . JOE JANUS Football 2,3,4, Basketball 1,22 Baseball 1,2,3,47 1st Team All-Conference Baseball 37 1.st Team All-Conference Football 47 Honorable Mention All-State Football 47 Most Improved Player Football 37 Most Outstanding Defensive Player Football 47 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,47 Boys Club 1,27 Letter- men's Club 3,4. PAT KELLY Transfer from Amphi High School7 Base- ball 2,3,47 First Team All-Conference 37 Most Val- uable Player 37 Best Hitter All-Conference Champ 37 Third Place in State Baseball7 Lettermen's Club 4. DIANE LAYTON Track 2,37 State Track 27 Band 1,2,3,47 Camerata 2,3,47 Jazz Band 47 Talon Staff 3, National Honor Society 3,47 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 37 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Drama Club 3,4, FHA 37 Nationalities of America 37 Clarient Quartet Superior Rating 47 Solo and Ensemble Festival 2,3,47 Student Body Secretary 47 Sophomore Class Secretary7 Band Secretary 47 Camerata President 47 Seminary Class Secretary 2,47 Student Council 4. IRENE LOPEZ Volleyball 3,4, B-East State Volleyball Champs 47 Glee 17 Talon Staff 37 Girls Club 1,2,47 Spanish Club 27 Nationalities of America 3. JOHN LUCAS Football 1,2,47 Track 1,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Zone Leader 2, Class President 47 Boys Club 1,2,37 Drama Club 27 Lettermen's Club 47 Senior Class Representative. KELLY MCGRATH Volleyball 1,2,3,47 Basketball 47 Tennis 1,2,3,47 2nd All-Tourney Team 27 1st All- Tourney Team 37 lst All-Tourney Team at State 47 ' State Volleyball Champs 47 1st at Tennis Districts and Willcox Tournament7 Band 1,2,37 Talon Staff 37 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 3,47 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Drama Club 37 Typing Award 27 Music Festival Clarinet Choir7 Honor Band 37 Freshmen Representative7 Sophomore Class President7 Junior Class Vice-President7 Senior Class President7 Arizona Girls State 37 Congressman Conlan Scholar 37 Seminary Officer 2,3,4. aa:--a lp, as-i.. 1- LYNN MELTON Volleyball 2,37 Track 2,3,4? Cheer- leader 2,47 Pom Pon 37 Glee 17 Eagle Staff 2, 3,42 Editor 47 Pep Club 2,3,4? Seminary 1. MATT MELTON Transfer from Safford High School7 Boys Club 2. SETH MILLS Transfer from Duncan High School7 Football 17 Basketball 1,27 Baseball 27 Freshman Class Vice-President7 Spanish Club 2. CHARLOTTE B. MONTANO Tennis 1,22 Girls Club 17 Spanish Club 1,2,3 Vice-President 2. SCOTT MOODY Football 1,2,37 Seminary 1,2,3,4Q Boys Club 1,2,3f EAC Best High School Thespian 37 Seminary Bowl Team Champion 27 Seminary Class Vice-President 2, Class Secretary 37 EAC Plays 3,4. CHARLES MORRIS Football 17 Track 17 Wrestling 27 Seminary 1,2,3 Student Body Officer 47 Boys Club 1,2,3,4. LAURIE MULLEN Volleyball 37 Pom Pon 2,32 Band 17 Girls Club 1,2,42 Pep Club 2,37 Seminary 1,32 Drama Club 2. LISA NICHOLAS Basketball 47 Glee 2,37 Girls Club 1,2,4j Pep Club 47 Drama Club 37 Spanish Club 27 Glee President 37 Nationalities of America 3. DEBORA NICHOLS Band 17 Eagle Staff 2,42 Girls Club 17 Co-Editor Eagle Staff 4. KATHY NORTON Volleyball 1,2,3,47 Softball 17 Cheerleader 2,37 Pom Pon 17 Volleyball District and State Champs 47 Band 17 Talon Staff 37 National Honor Society 2, 3,4 Secretary 47 Girls Club 1,2,3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,47 FHA Secretary 27 Freshmen Class Secretary7 Candidate for Homecoming Queen 47 Candidate for Christmas Formal Queen 4. MIKE OCHOA ROSE MARIE OCHOA Girls Club 1,2,47 Seminary 1,2,47 Drama Club 27 Library Club 4. TERRY W. OLIVER Baseball 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Jazz Band 1,2,3,42 Band President 47 Trombone Trio Rating of Excellent 37 Trombone Solo 47 Who's Who Among High School Students7 National Honor Society 4. RICK OVERSTREET Football 1,27 Basketball 1,27 Seminary 1, 2,3. DON PHILLIPS Baseball 2,37 Second in State Baseball 3. A CLYDE DELBERT PEASE Football 1,2,3,41 Basketball 1,2,3,4j Track 1,2,3j Baseball 27 2nd Team All-Con- ference Center in Football7 Band 17 Seminary 1,2,3,4 Officer 47 Boys Club 1,22 Letterman's Club 4 President 4. DEBBIE REED Volleyball 2,32 Softball 17 Pom Pon 2,31 Glee Pianist 27 Honor Choir 27 National Honor Society 3,47 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 2,37 Seminary 1,2,3Q Spanish Club 27 Received Excellent Rating for Piano Solo at Solo and Ensemble Festival 1. KIM ROBERTS Transfer from Granite Hills High School7 Girls Club 17 Pep Club 47 Spanish Club 1. DARREL ROBINSON Baseball 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Camerata 2,47 Talon Staff 27 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Boys Club 1,22 Freshmen Class Play. EDDIE ROMERO Basketball 17 Spanish Club 2. WENDY RO MERO Transfer from Liberty Eylau.High School7 Basketball 27 Tennis 3,42 Pom Pon 47 Girls Club 47 Pep Club 1,3,47 Vice-President 37 Drama Club 3,47 Library Club 17 FHA 1,3 Treasurer 37 Spanish Club 3 Treasurer 37 ASU Medallion of Merit Award 3. JERRY ROMINES Transfer from Casa Grande High School7 Football 37 Track 37 Drama Club 4. LAREE SALINE Pom Pon 27 Band 27 Glee 3,47 Girls Club 1,27 Pep Club 3,42 Seminary 1,2,3,4Q FHA 27 Solo and Ensemble Festival 27 Pep Club President 4. KATHY SENNETT Transfer from Bisbee High School7 Nationalities of America 3. WADE SKIN NER Basketball 1,2,37 State Runner-up Basketball 37 Conference Champs 37 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Boys Club 1,2. TINA SMITH Cheerleader 2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4 Roll Secretary 3,42 Camerata 2,3,4 Music Secretary 47 Jazz Band 3,47 Talon Staff 27 National Honor Society 2,3,4 President 47 Girls Club 1,2,47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Sem- inary 1,2,3,47 Drama Club 3,47 FHA 3 Student Council Representative 37 Nationalities of America 37 French Horn Quartet 2,32 Honor Band 3,47 Freshmen Class Secretary7 Sophomore Class Vice-President7 Seminary Student Body Officer 47 Regional All-State Band 47 Student Council 3,4. KYLE STA LDER JIM TAYLOR Transfer from Bisbee High School7 Baseball 4. YOLANDA TELLEZ Glee 1,2. DOLORES TER RAZAS Glee 2. ROBERT JOSEPH TORRIO Transfer from Safford High School7 Pep Club 1. CHERYL VALENZUELA Pom Pon 1,2,37 Glee 1,27 Girls Club 17 Pep Club 17 Spanish Club 3. R. KENT VAUGHN Football 1,2,3,42 Basketball 1,27 Band 17 Seminary 2,3,47 Boys Club 1,2,3j Lettermen's Club 3,47 First Team All-Conference B East Champs7 Seminary Zone Leader 2 Class President 3 Student Body President 47 All-State Honorable Mention7 Girls Dance King 47 Homecoming Attendant 4. LISA WELKER Volleyball 1,2,3,47 Basketball 47 Tennis 1,2,3,4j Cheerleader 27 1st Team All-Confer- ence, lst Team All-State lState Volleyball Champsl7 Band 1,2,3,47 Jazz Band 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Sem- inary 1,2,3,47 Drama Club 37 National Honor Society 3,47 Girls Club 1,2,4 President 47 Seminary Class Vice-President 47 National Honor Society Vice-Pres- ldentj Junior Class Secretary7 Who's Who Among American High School Students7 State Solo and En- semble Festival 1,2,3,47 60 wpm Typing Award 27 Honor Band, Basketball Intermurals 17 Fiesta Bowl Parade 4. LENDON WHETTEN Football 17 Basketball 17 Baseball 17 Band 1,2,3,42 Camerata 27 Jazz Band 2,3,47 Talon Staff 27 National Honor Society 3,47 Seminary 1,2,3,47 Boys Club 1,2,37 Drama Club 2,32 Seminary Class President 1 Zone Leader 2. Seniors Andrea Allred 3, 34, 35, 36,46,5O,51,78,79 Doug Angle 10,11,17,18,34,35,45,54,58,79 Annie Arrelin 79 Ronald Bigler 2,18,34,39,48,79 Stella Campos 79 Jennifer Ceccardi 17,43,78,79 Tom Clement 79 Eddie Cooper 17,18,35,58,59,79 Sylvia Cox 80 Robert Cucciardi 4,80 Alan Curtis 19,35,45,54,80 Janet Fairbanks 6, 34,35,36, 46,47, 80 Janell Ferrin 80 Ralph Gates 6,11,54,80 Danny Gonzales 42,80 Alton Good 18,45,54,80 Rickey Goucher 54 John Griffen 25, 35,37,-41,81 Mark Houtz 11,45,54,58,81 Patti Howard 3,5,11,19,2a, 29, 34, 35,37, 39,41,50,81 Joe Janus 15,17,35,45,47,54,81 Pat Kelly 18,81 Diane Layton 2,17,18,25,34,35,37,81 Irene Lopez 46,5O,81 John Lucas 34,45,54,78,81 Matt Melton 82 Lynn Melton 3,15,17,28,29,42,82 Kelly rvicc ram e,11,35,s6,4e,47,5o,51,e1,7s,e2 Seth Mills 82 Charlotte Montano 82 Scott Moody 82 Charles Morrie 16,82 Laurie Mullen 3,82,110 Lisa Nicholas 83 Debora Nichols 42,83 Kathy Norton 11,35,51,83 Rose Marie Ochoa 83 Terry Oliver 34,35,37,41,83 Rick Overstreet 83 Clyde Pease 19,34,45,54,58,83 Debbie Reed 3,35,83,110 Kim Roberts 84 Darrel Robinson 39,41,84 Wendy Romero 32,33,43,84 Jerry Romines 43,84 LaRee Saline 11,34,36,38,84 Kathy Sennett 84,97 Wade Skinner 84 Tina Smith 15,17,1a,25,2a,29,34,35,3e,37,39,41,4e, 84 Kyle Stalder 18,54 Jim Taylor 85 Yolanda Tellez 85 Dolores Terrazas 85 Robert Torrio 43,85 Cheryl Valenzuela 85 Kent Vaughn 11,17,45,47,54,85 Lisa Welker 16,25,35,37,41,46,50,51,61,85 Lendon Whetten 25,35,37,41,85 Juniors Mary Ann Aguilar 87 Ronnie Aguilar 5,42,45,54,58,87 Becky Alder 34, 35, 36,36,41,46,50,86,87,9O Blake Allen 45,58,87 Mark Allen 14,54,87,91 Geno Alvarado 42,54,58,87 Eileen Angle 3,4,6,28,29,36,46,50,61,86,87 Nolan Butler 15,18,25, 35, 37,41,42,45,48,87 Beth Cain 44,46,87 Debra Carpenter 41,87 Carmen Cassa 2, 38,42,87 Jay Chesley 54,87 Lori Daley 3,18,24,34,46,48,88 Tony Dominguez 88 Darl Edington 54,88 Julia Faribanks 18,34,35,46,88 Ann Ferrin 39,41,46,48,88 Terry Fisher 54 James Foree 54,58,88 Debbie Fuson 2,46,88 Jimmy Gates 88 Larry Gojkovich 89 Ron Gojkovich 89 Danny Green 6,14,45,89 Rudy Guerrero 54 Tom Hogue 89 Eileen Hubbard 32,33,37,39,89 Lawrence Innes 5,10,35,54,55,86,89 James Janus 4,54,87,89 Patti Johnson 38,42,53,89 Bernie Kin 54 Carroll Lee 5,41,61,89 Patricia Lundell 41,48,89 Debra Lustig 2,36,89 Marcia Martin 34,36,39,41,44,46,50,90,93 a ' csride 35136:39,41,45,46,52,68,90 Ben Montier , , , Eliseo Morales 4,19,9O Junior Moreno 90 Tharrin Mullen 90,92 Donna Noble 41,48,90 Darla Nolan 2,90 David Ochoa 90 Moses Ochoa 91 Scott Overstreet 24,35,47,54,58,59,87,91 Gilbert Palma 91 Steve Palmer 25,41,91 Arlene Porter 91 Lynda Reitz 91 Clayton Romero 91 Bob Sennet 2,91 Sterling Smith 5, 35, 37,41,45,54,58,91 Kathy Sorensen 11,39,43,46,50,91 Fess Stalder 91 Danny Thomas 91 Terry Triem 45, 58,86,87,91 Arlene Van Huss 44,46,91 Clem Velasquez 25,37,39,41,44,92 Wayne. V ian, 1,0,15f54792"""""------L Susa , Sfaeavmwawewzg Bo nie White 34,43,92 David White 25,37,41,92,93 Mitzi White 3,15,24,28,29,36,42,46,5O,92 Sophomores Crandall Aaron 58,59,60,95 Loree Adams 3e,41,44,46,48,95,1o1 Eloise Allred 95 Lydia Alva 19,41,45,95,98 Margaret Alvarado 32,33,52,61,95 Marcia Anderson 38,95 Clint Baker 95 Jerry Barquin 95 Darlene Blount 38,45,95,97 Marilyn Brockmeier 95 Wayne Bryce 95,98 Simon Campos 57,95 Dale Carpenter 95 David Cope 56,96 Dendy Cox 96 Shari cross 34,44,48,96,101 '-an-u5..q-f K tp-but L lf Melinda Curtis 4,36,41,44,46,48,96 Todd Curtis 14,56,96,98,109,110 Melanie Daley 48,96,100 Debbie Daniels 38,96 Eddie Delgado 56,96 Melody DeVore 35,44,96 Jim Elkins 64 Connie Ferrin 96 Judi Frazier 46,52,96 Beckie Gardner 96 Ted Garrison 14,44,45,96 Mike Gojkovich 43,64,96 Kenny Goodman 49,58,60,97 Tammy Grant 5, 19,3O, 31, 34, 39,41,46,52,97 Martin Greason 41,43,97 Wadene Horner 38,97 Cindy Householder 91,95,97 Zane "Bud" Jones 97 Kevin Kight 57,97 Lily Kin 97 John Kloppe 97 Denise Krob 45,97 Jennifer Layton 18,32,33,34,39,94,95,97 Chris Lee 24,45,54,55,58,59,97 Pat Lovell 44,98 Rande Lucas 36, 39,41,46,52,98 Lara Matthews 44,98 Jana Maurer 98 Darren McGrath 4,64,65,96,98 Tammy Merrifield 36,38,46,52,61,98 Scott Mudd 43,98 Jim Mullenaux 57,64,98 Eddie Myers 56,64,65,98 Michael Napier 57,64,95,98 Robin Nicholas 44,46,48,88,98,101 Randy Norman 98 Wade Norton 57,99 Mike Olivaz 99 Manny Olivaz 99 Joe Orr 18,19, 34, 37,41, 45,48, 94, 95,99 Emily Palma 36,38,46,52,99 Kathy Palma 98,99 Shari Palmer 25, 30, 31, 36, 37,41,46,52,99 Duane Pease 14,57,99 Kerrie Penrod 99 Britt Peterson 41,99 Becky Reed 36,38,46,99 Mark Reed 99 Bonnie Roberts 3,36,38,46,99 Steve Robinson 43,99 Robert Romines 100 Steve Sisto 100 Devin Skinner 43,56,100 Kristi Skinner 43,41,46,48,100 John Smallwood 100 Eldon Smith 5,41,56,1O0 Neil Smith 56,64,100 Robb Smith 57,64,100 John Taylor 41,100 Paul Taylor 100 Vangie Tellez 38,100 Frank Terrazas 100 Debbie Waffensmith 100 Susan Wainwright 32,33,38,47,61,100 Jay Weaver 101 LaMont Whetten 41,44,45,101 Kandi White 30,31,36,43,46,52,101 Vicki Woods 34,43,94,95,101,110 David Yazzie 101 Freshmen Brent Allen 10, 34,57,64,102,103,104 Anita Alva 41,44,45,103 Fred Amaro 41,56 Lori Angle 5,18,19,30,31,35,41,53,10 Teresa Bierman 32,33,103 Rick Blystra 103 Kelly Bott 10,103,110 James Brock 103,110 Lori Brockmeier 36,41,46,53,61,103 Jessica Campos 38,53,103 Kim Caufield 38,103 Kristy Clemishire 32,33,53,102,103 Jody Collins 103 Darrell Cope 103 Lee Curtis 5,41,37,57,103,107 John Daley 34,104 Donna Derrick 104 Chuck Ferrin 41,57,104 Karen Fisher 38,104 John Frazier 56,64,104 William Gardner 104 Elvis Gates 56,104 Dee Dee Gonzales 14,41,104 Jerry Good 104 Donna Grant 36,44,45,104 Tammy Greason 104 Becky Hales 104 Debbie Hall 104 Fern Hall 44,105 David Hardesty 41,56,105 Daniel Hartzell 105 Johnna Haynie 105,108,110 Alleen Hendrickson 41,53,61,105 Clay Herbert 105 Tonna Hoopes 53,105,106 J. 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Householder 57,64,105 Sharon Jennings 105 Lydia Kloppe 105 Mike Koscielniak 105 Kevin Krob 44,105 Cruzie Lopez 105 Gloria Lopez 38,105 Robert Lovell 106,110 Merianne Martin 14,41,46,53,106 Phil McBride 25,37,41,56,64,106,108 Sandra McEuen 2,53,106 Josephine McKinley 44,61,106 David Melton 106 Cathy Mena 15,32,33,106 Brent Meyer 56,106 Richard Moody 34,44,106 Mary Ann Moreno 53,106 Rory Mullen 106 Kim Nicholas 106 Terri Noake 53,61,106 Colleen Noble 41,44,53,106,107,110 Russ Norton 37,39,41,107 Tim Nottingham 107 Clara Ochoa 14,38,41,53,61,107 Deanna Oliver 44,107 Greg Overstreet 56,64,107 Caroline Palma 107 Hector Palma 56,57,64,107 Darla Pease 11,41,107 Kete Pennington 107 2,103,107 Scott Platt 104,107,110 Alan Reed 64,107 Andrea Roberts 106,107 Robbie Romero 107 Willie Romero 10,57,64,104,107 Marie Rowley 108 Sara Sal ine 5, 30, 31, 37,41,53, 108 Gary Scott 56,108 April Smith 32,33,44,53,108,110 Becky Smith 11,41,108,110 Heidi Smith 10,52,108 Yolanda Soto 53,108 Gibb Stailey 25,37,41,57,110 Lori Stiner 10,102,108 Yolanda Tarrango 108 Phillip Taylor 108 Davisel Teague 108 Rachel Terrazas 38,108 Lela Udall 41,4e,53,1o9 John Van Huss 109 Selma Velasquez 109 Anna Waggoner 109 Yvette Ward 44,45, 109,110 Yvonne Ward 44,45,109 Bonnie West 109 Katie White 41,109 Rulon White 109 Joe Windsor 41,109 Harold Woods 109 Kerry Woods 10,109 Lisa Woods 14,109 ., ff il 5 M- If .W W' Dy. 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'-104 it' 5 Nu, I ,I yrIg' Q YAQ, G' J ef 4 4-fm Bored, Joe Orr tries to stay awake 3. Cleaning up before a game, Prin during Student Council. cipal Nelson does his part. Can you believe this? Danny 4. Determination is shown on Terry Thomas is actually working! Fisher's face as he receives the Graphic Arts must be his thing. baton from Wayne Vian. W N ' -:w . ' nge? 2 PROM: NIGHTS ARE FOREVER Prom King and Queen are Clyde Pease and Jennifer Ceccardi. Jennifer receives gifts from Girls Club Officers. Clyde Pease is crowned King by date janet Fairbanks. Geri and Kim Caufield sing during floor show. Candidates gather to await the announcement of King and Queen. B515 ' Q.. SADIE HAWKINS DAY New kids in town looking for some fun: Becky Reed and Tammy Merrifield. Faculty members, Coach Martin, Coach Shamey, and Mr. Sharp, get into the act of the 4-legged race. 3. 4. if M W 5-I ,Y if 41 1" ,4 Q l I t 4 Rf. 1, 4 gl Q 5. Careful there, Mr. Martin and Mr. Wright, it's raw! Getting Ahead, Tammy Grant and Martin Greason make a good team Sacked into the race is "Big Bird", james Foree. Ni ia al ego, DA fl 9 4 f 'fn' it lH Hz'f Q ,fs vig , at 'x' .V ,. 4 ,617 5 Q i ' ,t.v" 1 'five V A Q3 dl f we ' ya g91x' w is ' in R 1 'Vie if Q' i 5" V. Aim, , ' x I 'Aw f'lf4 1 0. 1 w fu X Xxx M 2-A gp... Y! ...v- Varsity: Front row, left to right, Jimmy Gates, Willie Romero, David Ochoa, Clayton Romero, Sterling Smith, Kenny Goodman, Back Row: Steven Palmer, Ronnie Aguilar, Pat Kelly, joe Janus, james Janus, Darl Edington, Coach Bo Hall. Bat boy- -Armando Romero. LV. : Left to right, Eddie Delgado, Darren McGrath, J. D. Householder, Hector Palma, Simon Campos. Back Row Robert Lovell, Mike Gojkovich, john Frazier, jimmy Elkins, Crandall Aaron, Eddie Myers, Coach Dennis Martin. M, ff? .po gf 'fb ' '5'Zf! f' if '7 'vu 'Z ln' yr 5 49- W BASEBALL 'N -rn- S 1. A player from Pima slides into S ft j A A X third, as Scott Overstreet puts him A 55 t A out. A X A X it 2. A foul 'ball is called on joe Janus, . W ' t A X..- A as Plma s catcher reaches for the A f A i.tti ' t Hving ball- Ais NH ' is at . Q Aww ,.kk R img w N i 5 Qffuw " if A ,"wLL1.g-' Yi' gt' ui is ml 4 "K A . ,W .5 Q A . -Aw "j5:iEf4P-i -N31 Q' 7-4 Girls Boys Track Girls: Front Row-Britt Peterson, Tina Smith, janet Fairbanks, Eileen Angle, Tammy Elders, Terri Noake, Second Row- Alleen Hendrickson, Melody DeVore, julia Fairbanks Lori An le S Loree Adams, Carol Torrio, Third Row-Marcia Martin Yvette Ward, Sara Saline, Lori Brockmeier, Yolanda 5 Soto Mana er-Carroll Lee 8 Coadh-Mary jones. The Following Girls went to State: Britt Peterson-- SSO yd. Dash, Eileen Angle, Lori Angle, Janet Fairbanks, julia Fairbanks --440 yd. Relay Boys: Front Row-john Lucas, Doug Angle, Alton Good, Danny Green, Nolan Butler, Coach Kline Carroll. Second Row-Steve Sisto, Clint Barker, Robert Fairbanks, Coach Phil Martin, Wayne Vian, I-lerk Henderson, Blake Allen, Terry Fisher, Michael Napier. Third Row: Brent Meyer, Joe Orr, Devin Skinner, James Foree, Terry Triem, David Matthews. The Following Boys went to State: David Matthews --120 High I-Iurdlesg Terry Fisher--Pole Vault, Doug Angle--Mile, Nolan Butler --880 Dash, Wayne Vian, Terry Fisher, John Lucas, and Alton Good--440 Relay. 3 , ,kyfi ' .Lx ap xdg 9 K" ig s rw X X Nolan Butler reaches the goal line first in the 880 Dash. Long legs help David Matthews jump the high hurdles. Everyday practice at the high jump pays off for Alton Good. if Ki! 1 2 o 11115 .MQ E5 Mxxxw l 1 ! 1 10 Graduation Is Different "Fly Like An Eagle" was the theme for graduation and was carried out with a s ecial slide presentation P showing the Seniors in various activi- ties. Arden Palmer, president of the school board, complimented Eddie Cooper as an example of outstanding character. Valedictorian Eddie Cooper gave his first public speech. Other speakers were Co-salutatorians joe Janus and Patti I-Ioward and Student Body Vice- President janet Fairbanks. A gradua- tion party was held Thursday night at the Bowling Alley and later at Firth Park. Patti Howard challenges each senior to like himself. Seniors wait nervously for their diplomas. Eddie receives his diploma from President Palmer. janet Fairbanks told of the wild experiences this class has given TI-IS. ,ee ' 4 as K Y' Tennis Is Very Successful The girls' tennis team had a very successful year. V Bottom Row: Shari Palmer, Lisa Welker, Susan They only lost one match the whole year and also won both the district and the state champion- ships. At districts, Kelly McGrath and Lisa Welker took first place in doubles, and in singles, Heidi Smith was second, and Rande Lucas was third. Kelly and Lisa were also the doubles champs at state, and Heidi took third place and Rande fourth in state singles. 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Q Saftord, Arizona Sattord, Arizona S 5 428-2272 I Q Imports from Around the World Clothing, Jewelry :lL:gf1S3Xq2Lfs'CirE1':i: :r?:22La:,ig!i: ZW! Q and other goods Q E . A A-FAAAQ 3 U+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q QW Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+QW+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+Q+QQ+Q+Q+QQ+Q+Q+Q QtQtQ+Q 1 as Q As I write the copy for this page, I can recall many enjoyable memories. I remember when I first meet with the new staff. Nlrs. French and I were the only ones who had worked on yearbooks. For the first few weeks I felt like I wasn't making progress. It was hard to teach the new staff all the things they needed to know to work on the yearbook. But soon they began to pick up the idea and we made progress. We started to sell ads and really raised the money. We earned enough money to print color pages in the annual. I would like to thank the staff for all the work that they did on the annual. I also want to thank Lori and Nolan for all the work they did. I want to wish them luck on next year's annual. I want to give special thanks to Mrs. French for all the time she has put in on the annual. I hope that Thatcher High enjoys the annual as much as we have enjoyed making each page of it. aw . Nt xx .And then we end our FLIGHT! As we finish the 1976-77 school year, we can look back to our achievements. The Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen look forward to the next year at Thatcher High, while the Seniors look into their future. We can see where we have improved, advanced, learned and developed. The Senior class will take these ideas and use them in their future which begins after they receive their diplomas. We can all look back upon the year and recall many fond memories. We can remember the times we enjoyed ourselves, the times we pulled together to accomplish what seemed to be the impossible. We will remember the things that happened in the 1976-77 school year. 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