Thomas Jefferson High School - Aristocrat Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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REBELL Principal B.S., Universify of Denverg M.S., University of Denver I4 ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM R. SCHUMACHER Assistant Principal Promoted to Principal of Lake Junior High School Second Semester B.A., Univ. of Denverp M.A., Univ. of Denver ELIZABETH B. STANCLIFF Dean A.B., Hardin-Simmons Univ.: M.A., Columbia Univ. MAURINE S. WINKLER Coordinator A.B., Northwestern Univ.: M.A., Univ. of Denver "Thou wert my guide, philosopher, and friend." ALEXANDER POPE As Alexander Pope once noted his teacher, we also can essentially note ours. That which is a Teacher is often mislaid in a col- lection of theorems and irregular verbs. The essence of teaching is found only upon looking beyond its accompanying trivia. Those who are the meteors of intellect, and the impetus of learning, are as few, yet as important, as the .leffersons and Lockes who are their students. Therefore, their influence is second only to their responsibility for that influence. As a teacher is the inspirer of youth, he be- comes the inspiration of age. lt was from two plus two equals four that E came to equal mcr. FACULTY Vil' al :ji - LQ: . ,. V. - in 13 if ANDERSEN, MELTON English-Math Music A.B., Peru State Teachers College ASHTON, ROBERT B.A., Kearney State Teachers College V ttc, . E - K, + 54 In K my L gl ,Z ,K ,fir .-my f .,,1.fff,- r BEAL, BARRY BECK, CHARLES D. Con leavel English B.A., Wesleyan Univ., M.A., Univ. of Denver ff-sf.. as ug, 'l if s-9' . W- vwgie T , 4 BALLARD, DON A. BARNES, ALLERTON BARNES, NORAINE English Latin English B.S., Univ. of Nebraska, B.A., Colo Univ., A-B-, Park College: M.A., Colo. State College M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Denver BRENNING, CARRIE A. BURRY, FLORENCE CANNON, ROZANNE Home Economics lon Ieavel English B.S., Mary Wash. College B.A., Texas Tech. ray r if i . llllg . ,ill i , 5 . , "LI .fl I CLEMENSEN, CHRIS Social Studies B.S., N.S.T.C. DAY, DONALD E. Boys P.E. B.A., Univ. of Denver, M.A., Univ. of Denver COHEN, EVELYN Social Worker A.B., Wash. Univ., M.S.W., George Warren Brown School of Social Work DeMOTT, GAIL Ind. Arts B.S., Emporia State Univ. FACULTY l CARL, DOUGLAS K. CASAGRANDA, Math HERMAN A. B.S., Northwest Missouri Art State B.F.A., Univ. of Denver, M.A., Univ. of Denver COUWLIER, RUTH L, CUTTING, GEORGE A. Nurse l.B.M.-Driver Ed. R. N., Henry Ford Hospital, B.A., Univ. of Denver Health Degree, Wayne M.A., Univ. of Denver Univ. DIETER, LAURA T. DOHERTY, RUTH M. English Secretary A.B., Creighton Univ. M.A., Creighton Univ. CHOURY, ELMER C. Spanish B.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Denver . x .T W li E03 . ii., Aida' , " .,' :J .caiitlgfw .t, l-- DANIELS, JEAN lon sabbatical leave to the East-West Institute, Univ. of Hawaiil .4 DORSETT, MERLE Sr. High Stud. Coun.- E.c.c. ' B.S., Univ. of Oklahoma, B.D., Chicago Theological Seminary I7 This year TwenTy-Three new Teachers have enriched The curriculum wiTh Their enThusi- asm and new ideas. They and nineTy-Two who TaughT aT TJ. IasT year, have formed a faculty known and respecfed Throughouf The cify. CumulaTively They represenT seven- Teen Thousand, Three hundred Ten hours of college work and TiTTy-nine diTTerenT univer- siTies. FICHTER, ROSEMARY FISCHER, JEAN Librarian Math B.A., Colo. Univ.g A,B., Univ. of Denverg M.S., Univ. of Wisconsin M.A., Univ. of Denver FlSCHER, SILVIA English-German Librarian A.B., Hope College FLEMING, MARGARET B.A., Colo. Univ.g M.A., Univ. of Denver FRAZIER, THOMAS Math English B.S., Abilene Christian FRITTS, CHANTREY A.B., Univ. of Denver: M.A., Univ. of Denver Collegeg M.A., Univ. of Denver W ig feilfk. E ii .mf t DUTTON, ROBERT EK, GEORGE A. FERNANDEZ, TESSIE Science Social Svudies Spanish B.A., Univ. of Denver: B.A., Colo. State Collegeg B.A., Texas Christian Univ M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Stockholm, Sweden sir I iii . 2... . i l 1 i T 'K ll 4 lx i, .gi FREERKSEN, WILLIAM GALLEGOS, CLAUDE GARLINGHOUSE, GRANT GARRETT, HELEN Social Studies Art Music Con sabbatical leave to the B.A., Univ. of Denver, B.A., Univ. of Denver, B. of M.Ed., Colo. Univ. East-West Institute, Univ. M.A., Colo. Univ. M.A., Univ. of Denver of Hawaii? we I we I i . .g y 4 I if GILMORE, ELDON I. GOLDER, RICHARD Science Boys P.E. B.A., Colo. State College, B,A., Colo. Univ., M.A., Colo. State Univ. GREENWOOD, CHARLES HAMILL, DORSEY Ma1h Girls P.E. B.A., Central Mo. State A.B., College of William College, and MBVY M.A., Colo. Univ. HESS, JANICE English B.A., Colo. State Univ. HINKLE, PATRICIA Business Ed. B.S.B.A., Univ. of Denver HART, RANDALL C. Counseling-Social Studies B.A., Iowa State Teachers College: M.A., Colo. State College ufjflfii' ' "E'?f ?'Fz , , .I HOLMES, FRED E. Science B.S., Morehouse College, M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Denver we 'Qi .1 HAYS, LOREN Visual Aids-Social Studies B.A., Univ. of Denver, M.A,, Univ. of Denver GIFFORD, HOWARD Ind. Arts A.B., Colo. State College ,-.7 J ? I I GOODWIN, CARL Ind. Arts B.A., Colo. State College HELANDER, PAUL College Counselor B.S., Wheaton College, M.A., Univ. of Denver PPV" HOOTS, VlRGlNlA Business Ed. B.A., Univ. of Denver HORN, JERRY G. Science B.S., Okla. State Univ. FACULTY HORTON, BARBARA English A.B., Idaho State College HUGHES, KENNETH Math B.A., Neb. State Teachers College, M.E., Neb. State Teachers College I f 1,4 , 'Niki HUNTER, RUSSON l Social S udies E Y B.S., B.Y.U.5 M.S., Univ. of Denver ta HYMAN, l.EAl'l ILGAUDAS, LUCILLE JARRETT, WINIFRED JOHNSON, ELIZABETH Science Girls Advisor Girls P.E. Library Clerk B-A-f Hunter College B.S., Colo. State College, A.B., Colo, State College M.A., Univ. of Denver Dynamic Teachers Spark Curriculum l i , 1, l h Q . Ylfif. lf. Q.. A A.. ' l fe. Vk,- ' i j, X 'f1.jj,f. E 1 JOHNSON, GILBERT JONES, MARY Math Business Ed. B.A., Neb. State Teachers B.S., Texas Christian Univ. College: M.A., Univ. of Neb. KEABLES, JOHN KENISTON, HELEN Science English-Latin B.A., Univ. of Colo,: A.B., Univ. of Illinois: M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Middlebury College LALLO, ALDO LAMBDIN, RUTH Inst. Music Home Economics A.B., Colo. State College: B.S., Okla. State Univ. M. of M.Ed., Colo. Univ. JOZWICK, WILLIAM Art English B.A., Univ. of Denver: M.A., Univ. of Denver JUSTICE, KENNETH B.S.B.A., M.A., M.S.A., M.Ed., Denver Univ. KING, VIRGINIA KOCINSKI, LEONARD Home Economics Science B.S., Colo. Slate Univ. B.A., Univ. of Denver LAMBERT, CAROLE LAURIDSEN, RUTH Girls P.E. Part-time Clerk B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College in KASDORF, VIRGINIA Speech A.B., Univ. of Colorado: M.A., Univ. of Denver KROB, LESLIE M. Math 5.S., N.W. State: M.Ed., Phillips Univ.: M.A., Western Wash. State . .1-f f. -. , Aa' 'e 'Lg - in f . ,, :A if ' ' i " "lf' V i . ,E ,,,, , , LEARNED, GORDON Social Studies B.A., Colo. Univ.: M.A., Colo. Univ. 47 "'r'l' lix p ff 3' , ii, 9,5 L , . ' gi - -, LEHMAN, SARA LEWIS, NOLAN L'HEUREUX, IRMA LORT, ARTHUR LOWE, RUTH Girls P.E. Social Studies English Social Studies Par?-lime Clerk B.S., Univ. of Nebraska B.A., Univ. of Denver: B.A., Univ. of Denver: B.A., Univ. of Denver, M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Denver Colo. State College MCGREGOR, JOHN Music B.A., Colo. State College, M.A., Colo. State College MILES, JOHN Social Studies B.A., Univ. of Denver l McLAUGHLlN, JOHN Math B.S., U.S. Naval Academy it f "'l ' . , MOOMAW, LOUISE Book Room Clerk f W fy.: ,H xb- .- 5. .J gi, - 'Z 4 H lf . . Q MCLERAN, JANE Attendance Clerk MASON, HAROLD C. English-Yearbook Sponsor B.A., Okla. State Univ., M.A., Phillips Univ. MAYFIELD, GRACE B. Science B.A., Univ. of Kentucky: M.A., Univ. of Kentucky MORITZ, EILEEN MOSER, DONALD MURPHY, LYNN Clerk Evaluator and Guidance Math Chairman B.S., Kansas State College, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Univ. of Denver, Denver Univ. of Colo. 22 MUSICK, ISABEL Supply Clerk NELSON, KENNETH Science B.S., Univ. of Utah MYERS, WILLIAM English B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver NEW, ROSETTA Home Ec. B.S., Univ. of Miami M.A., Univ. of Denver I 1 E M r I -gf fi: mf I l' ,Q Iv ' .rg ,.V, ' I O'BRIEN, WALTER O'NElLL, NAOMA PETERSON, PATRICIA Social Studies English-Social Studies French-Social Studies M.A., Univ. of Denver B.A., Univ. of Denver B,A,, Univ. of Colo. FACULTY T.J.'s faculty, while respected and well- known as a whole, is thought ot by stu- dents in terms of the unique individuals who compose it. Be it interest or reaction, each teacher sparks a different response in every student. This ability to stimulate thought is the most outstanding characteris- tic of Thomas Jefferson's faculty. Essentially it is this which makes it a group ot such unusual excellence. J , 4.ks , 'ii ii. , -rm.. as fy ,sii , , I - --H.,. r f" A I . PIERSON, E. EUGENE PIKE, EARL POLLARD, EVELYN French Social Studies Registrar B.A., Univ. of Denver, A.B., Colo. State College, M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Univ. of Denver ,gi f .4 5525's and W ' 'f 52' X ,gf M Fic POMERANZ, ROSE PRICE, LEONARD PROTEXTOR, ROSE RAMSEY, RICHARD RANDALL, ROBERT English Science Business Ed. Social Studies Math B.S., Univ. of Denver, B.S., Kansas State College A.B., Neb. State Teachers B.B.A., Univ. of Okla., B.S., Oklahoma State Univ. M.A., Univ, of Denver College M.A., Univ. of Okla. I "'- all fav X aye. V .ff -K ,E -rs. ' gf 1 K , I MN... R U ' I K y ,V i5i.ifff7ik V W, f RAY, MARLAND RICH, ALBERT RIDGWAY, DONALD L. RIDGWAY, JERINE G. SANTI, GASTON Science Science English Math I.B.M. B.S., Northwest Missouri A.B., Colo. State College, B.J., Univ. of Missouri, B.S., Univ. of Denver A.B., Grinnell College, State M.A., Colo. State College A.B., Washburn University M.A., Colo. State College 23 SCHANKER, HARRY SHANNON, ROBERT English-Stage Math B.A., Univ. of Kansas: B.S., Univ. of Denver M.A., Colo. Univ. SMITH, GERALD Boys P.E. Math B.A., Univ. of Denver: M.A., Univ. of Denver SMITH, ROBERT B.A., Univ. of Denver SPEYER, CAROLE STANBROUGH, JANE English English-Journal Sponsor B.A., Colo. Univ. B.S., Okla. Baptist Univ.: M.A., Univ. of Kansas City U S., ,Q-. i"' VETESK, CONSTANCE VILLANO, GEORGE Spanish SociaI Studies A.B., Univ. of Denver: M.A., Univ. of Denver B.A., CoIo. Univ.: B.E., Colo. Univ. ,. FII" I W ef E , 09 'W I . .1 .. is :G I 9 " nw a I .W 1 bn' :bl H ,..,. ..,,, F R SMITH, ALFRED N. French-English B.A., Univ. of Denver SORENSEN, DONALD Ind. Arts B.S., Iowa State Univ.: M.S., Colo. State Univ. I wi I I fe f y. , I if 4 ST. JOHN, CHARLENE THEIMER, WILLIAM UCHILL, IDA CIerk Math-Social Studies English B.A., Colo. Univ.: B.A., Univ. of Colo. M.A., Univ. of Denver WALN, KERMIT WHITEAKER, RUTH WILLETT, MYRON Science Spanish Boys P.E. A.B., Colo. Univ.: M.A., Univ. of Denver M.A., Colo. State College M.S., CoIo. Univ. M r I, V If A WOODHURST, WILLIAM WRIGHT, ROBERT Art Ind. Arts, Promoted to B.A., Univ. of Denverg Boys Advisor Second M.A., Univ. of Denver Semester I f-wry - .rf . , I 5,1 iq. . Y? W I - .-If fi f at fi? YETTER, SHIRLEY ZIMMERMAN, CHARLES Treasurer Math A.B,, Colo, State Collegef M.A., Univ. of Wyoming . FACULTY fl' QQ WURTZ, GENE Boys Advisor, Promoted to Assistant Principal Second Semester WTVFY ZINKE, CLIFFORD Counseling-Jr. High St. Council A,B., Westmar Collegey M.A., Univ. of Denver: M.S., Okla. State i'fQv V I' The kitchen staff prepares and serves over 2,000 meals a day, ACTIVITIES .N I I I W . i f ,k,, 1'-"C, L ,,. M 55:1 vf-e - QS .L Q W QL' IZ ' A vf ggfsfh lv , 13555 m zz. SPARTANS SPEND fans found they had innumerable fically penniless. : Photo counesy of Journal 28 A Preparing for a busy year, Spar- expenses To meer - season Tickers, book fees, covers, newspapers, year- books - nor To mention the every- day cost of lunches and transporta- fion. Many sfudenfs were left prac- ,sse- Carl Sorensen purchases Lesa Phillips during the United Fund Senior-Slave auction. In spite of the severe drain on student fina nces, 51,103.00 was collected for the United Fund. s . if 33, efix-,.,,,,-E The high cost of living JUNIGR HIGH ENJOYS HALLOWEEN I T A variefy of games was The high- lighT of The Junior High Halloween party, "Spooksville Stomp," held in The gym on October 3 7. The ring Toss, The apple-bob, and The mixed danc- ing were The mosT popular conces- sions. Self-portrait. What people won'T do for food! Stag line. BLUE MOON SHINES GN SOPHOMORES Sophomores Thoroughly enjoyed their first high school dance, "Blue Moon," held in the TJ. gym on the eve of November 76. The class of '66 danced to the tunes of the "Regents". Refreshments were served to exhausted participants during intermis- sion. Stay away! Don't you touch me! She thinks she's dancing with me. SPARTANS I-IUDDLE-UP. . . . . at the culmination of a long-awaited Coronation . . 32 during a succession of festivities . . . . . . an early morning rally an alumni breakfast, a grid iron victory, half-time forma tions . . . P3 ,era- 'x . . . in yards of gold and brown, connecfecl by hours of frantic prep- amnmw ... . . . fo The music of The "Nomao's' af The finale of a friumphani Home conwng. 6 ? 1 I 1 I Y ! I w Q 3 1 I l : E ! 1-' im f 593515 fs Q v - Z!.1 ' -S Miss Virginia Mallow HOMECOMING PRINCESSES HOMECOMING QUEEN CROWNED AT HALF-TIME Britt Persson, this year's Homecoming Queen, was crowned at half-time cere- monies during the game against North on November 2. She was attended by princesses Virginia Mallow and Lesa Phil- lips. At the Homecoming dance, Huddle- Up, sponsored by the Pep Club, a re- coronation took place amid the decorative brown and gold streamers. The crowd danced to the music of the Nomads. Miss Lesa Phillips I I STUDENT COUNCILS ACTIVITIES HEAD YEAR Larry Maib discusses leadership. during "Gavel Gathering," In addition to the regular assem- blies, rallies, pep-tag sales, elections, and drives, the student council de- served special recognition for the new, outstanding projects it spon- sored throughout the year. In novel ways they stressed leadership, char- ity, citizenship, safety, honor, and school spirit. Perhaps the most dynamic policy that the council initiated was the Thomas Jefferson Honor Board. This advisory body made students more responsible. 3 3 2 -? 2, if L, 5? Only five cents per student provides Kim with food, clothing, and books. Stark expresses her feelings on the amendment limit- ing the number of times a girl may be a queen finalist. Mr. Schumacher is presented with a floral arrangement during an assembly honoring him. A program of colored slides with tape- recorded testimonials, prepared by Mr. Mason, was the highlight of the honor assembly. A colorful bulletin board explains the structure of the Honor Board. Paul Cohen signs the good-luck horse shoe for Mr, Schumacher, who left for a new position as principal at Lake Junior High School in January. 37 PRESENTING "S.R.CD.!" Baubles, bangles, beads, and fun were the main ingredients of the all-school show, "Standing Room Only," held in late November. Be- ginning with the traditional dance line, the show progressed through many exotic numbers, including charming songs and comedy acts. Be- tween scenes a popular pantomime group, featuring Mary Palley, Chris Grant, Terry Hawk, Bob Larson, Martin Mansfield, and Bill Newcomer, appeared adding amusing anecdotes. The wild "Bell-Ringers" and the dance routine of Susu Kile and Jim Nasi received special commenda- tion. Emphasized by the brilliant color and the beautiful costumes, the show was a perfect display of the talent possessed by Thomas Jefferson stu- dents. The "Wild Bell-Ringers" get carried away. Jan MacMillan and Judy Liesenring perform a dif- ficult modern dance routine. .lan Therrell shows why her Oriental dance line was one of the best received acts. Saxophones of all shapes and sizes are displayed in this jazz number. Bill Newcomer discusses the benefits of gaining intellectual wisdom in speech class. Speech students were once more successful this year. Attending several meets, the squad brought home numer- ous awards, including boys' and girls' Shafroth.trophies, the Denver Public School's prize for Advanced Debate, and a third place certificate in oratory at the Rocky Mountain Speech Conference. SPEAKERS SOUND CDFF Q e I An expert when it comes to inciting laughter, Suzi Wiederspan reads a selection of humorous interpretation. lar' Enthusiastic classes backbone of speech program. 40 6 PROM CAPTIVATES J UNIORS Beneath blue and silver streamers and spiral road descending from the ceiling, danced to the sophisticated music of the University Show Band. "lllusions in Blue" around Juniors Denver was to be a prom the Class of '65 will always remember. Float-building experience comes in handy for Jun- ior Prom decorators. We Q Jeanine Crandell and her attendants, Joanne Beal, left, and Laurie, Anderson. Jeanine dances with Class President, Greg Tre Vef'l'OI'l. 5. fm, iam Q A c XE . M!57,.,,, . f , ' :iE?QglTfgjTgLi , v 5 . ,-.11 7 A525 fm H . 2112 I A5 q ,aw 1--,,:G-Simba? A T AQ , f I7 dya I f 3 J S 1 3 1 Lauri Anderson WI JUNIOR PRGM PRINCESSES Joanne Beal JEANINE CROWNED AMID ILLUSIONS Jeanine Crandall, the reigning Junior Prom queen, was crowned in silver and blue mist of "Illusions in Blue" held in the cafeteria December 7. She was attended by Lauri Anderson and Joanne Beal. As the evening of fantasy drifted by, the crowd danced to the sophisti- cated sound presented by the D. U. Stage Band. HGLIDAYS BRIGHTEN TJ with The holiday f I g f I1 Ty ...gaieTy... eager anricipafion . . . .r sk amusemenf . . . and appreciation. KING AND QUEEN QF HEARTS SELECTED Bill Stearns holds coronation gift Lover's Leap, the annual Junior High Valentine's Day Dance, was held in the cafeteria on February 14. Beneath red and white streamers, students danced to the screaming re- corded sound of the Beatles. Amidst a backdrop, also of traditional red and white, Bill Stearns and Barbara Bell were crowned King and Queen. The dance was held from 3:30 to 4:30, Refreshments were served and all were filled with a gay Valentine spirit. King and Queen pose before Coronation backdrop King: Bill Stearns Queen: Barbara Bell ' f W. .Z ,,,, :ard I I' Larry Maib n ' o i I I I 1 1 X 1 S R I I EV , F S Y .axis -14241, :rf --2,991 ': ,,. 'zifgggqf -. . 21 Chas Andreson John Arthur Chris Grant EROS CROWNED AT TURNABGUT Larry Ma ib, reigning Eros, Greek god of love, was crowned' before a pink and white flowered backdrop at the Red Cross Turn- about Dance at which the girls asked the boys February T5. He was surrounded by his court, Chas Andreson, John Arthur, and Chris Grant. The decorations consisted of an imaginary ceiling that drifted downward until it was met by the soft, smooth at- mosphere created by Ron Gist and his band. The dance began at 9:00 and continued until the be- witching hour of midnight. Candidates pose with Eros statue JUNIOR HIGH TALENT TGPS "Whoever picks Daisy better like the colors black and blue! Publicity helped to make the show a 'financial success. John Bennett has a "bum connection." Bob B. Ashton's four-act musical comedy, "Bum, C. Daisy," was the first all-Junior High talent show in T.J.'s history. John Bennett starred as Claude Daisy, an autocratic hobo in the lively production. He was supported by a variety of acts, ranging from a magic routine by Steve Gaunt to an eighth-grade dance line. The Junior High Show Chorus, Show Orchestra, and the stage crew provided the setting for the humorous plot. "Grandma's Cookies," a dialogue with Kathy Wardin and Patty Becker, "Hey, Nellie," by Rosemary Gersten, and the "Gypsy Rover," sung by the "Sunsetters," were a few of the highlights of the performance. Larry Clouse discusses Aunt Agnes' lSara Bowler! disposition. Joyce Settle and Bruce McShane sing to each other SENIORS ROAR For the first time at Thomas Jefferson, the cast of the traditional senior class play was made up entirely of seniors. These seniors, out of a group of sixty who tried out, put on "The Mouse That Roared," a hilarious satire on mod- ern society and the cold war. Who would not laugh at an army of four soldiers who invade New York City with bows and arrows. But this army from Grand Fenwick, a country three miles wide by five miles long, defeats the United States. CAST Four American tourists, played by Martie Hazel, Daphne Sanders, Gini Lowe, and Mary Palley, unexpectedly meet backwoodsman, Jim Nasi. Jim Nasi, as Tully Bascom, leads Kay Arndt, the Duchess Gloriana, to the szbalcony to salute the citizens of Grand Fenwick. l Gloriana c,,,... Mary .,..,,,.,, Jane ...,,, Fran ....... Pam Norma ..,.,, Helen ,,,,...,.,. Page ,,..., . .,c,,,, , Miss Johnson ...,, Miss Wilkins ....... Mrs. Reiner .,.,, Jill .,.., ,, ,..,.,,, , Debbie c.,........., Mrs. Bascom ...., Tully Bascom ........ Count Mountfoy David Benter ,,,,. , Mr. Beston .,.c ,,,,,,,,, Professor Kokintz President .,..,.,,,,,,.. General Snippet Will Tatum ...,. Soldier no. I ,c,,.... Soldier no. 2 ...,,,, Soldier no. 3 ,,,,,,,, Soldier no. 4 ...,. Tom Mulligan ,,,, Announcer .,.,. Ann .,,,..........,.,, . Student no. l Student no. 2 -,,, Student no. 3 ,,,,,.. Student no. 4 .,,,... Student Director Kay Arndt Daphne Sanders Mary Palley Gini Lowe Martie Hazel Diane Novosad Janet Seeley Pam Berg Cheri White Jodi Van Gelder Susi Wiederspan Cindy Prussing Leslie Dougherty Robin Vaughn Jim Nasi John Dunham Bill Newcomer Chuck Todd Mike Carey Ken Aylsworth Joe Dunn Jay Browne Brad Pelsue Dick Frantz Richard Cohen Bob Larson Gene Day Mike Welch Leslie Watson Jan Therrell Suzi Bennett Ann McBrayer Susan Zaffore Marian Bowersox Technical Director ,,.,..., ........ L eslie WBTSOIW "Reflections" - Prom Reflects Seniors Senior Prom, 7964- an image of a class that will not be forgotten . . . . . the blurred preparations, lightly outlined by organization . . . ,ff .the spirit, unity, and humor . . . . . . a picture of sophistication and beauty 1 , I Q . . .andthe quiet anticipation of the future. fl A J Miss Beverly Davis Senior Prom Princesses Miss Jodie Rouse LESLIE CROWNED UNDER REFLECTIONS Leslie Watson, this year's Senior Prom Queen, was crowned under soft green decorative streamers at "Re- flections," The dance was held in the Thomas Jefferson gym April l 1. Leslie was attended by Miss Beverly Davis and Miss Jodie Rouse. The atmosphere created by Wayne Case and his band was one the Seniors will long re- member. M 'S HIP" FACULTY FOILED AGAIN! Athletic members of the Varsity managed to chalk- up another controversial victory over the Thomas .lef- ferson faculty during their annual basketball game. The March 3rd encounter was crammed with the usual pranks and foolery, and even the officials were un- certain as to the final score. Introducing the T.J. Varsity!!! ,V H 4' Y ,,,i Q Mr. Myers enjoys a short breather. -Q., Mfg , ,,.Mn.f, ,- J K. 'IT' i . 'Wa I Three of the faculty stars view the lop-sided score. Half-time fencers give an exciting demonstration. RALLIES ROUSE ROOTERS The "Spartanetfes" go through their routine. , l ii The Boys' Pep Club. "Two bits . . .!" Gay Gallemore displays her new uniform during a morning rally. 57 Queen Susan Wieclerspan King Ken Wirfz lCC HONORS ANTEATER Terry Hawk Sherry Fisher On March 7, Inter-Club Council honored an anteater at their annual sweater dance entitled "Baby Anteater Stomp." The decorations were of green and brown stream- ers that swung across the room. Black and white pic- tures ot prehistoric animals that hung on the walls set the scene for the lively crowd dancing to the resounding rhythm ofthe Catalinas. Reign- ing over the dance were Ken Wirtz and Miss Susan Wied- erspan. Their court consisted of Terry Hawk, Sherry Fisher, Martin Mansfield, and Roxie Guertner. Martin Mansfield Students swing with a definite beat. Roxie Guertner I 4 1 J 1 2 3 Z iz iz Roberta Rieff, Junior Cheri White was crowned Color Day Queen and her attendants were Roberta Rieft and Karleen Ray. Color Day Queen was chosen according to total num- ber of points accumulated by each class throughout the year. There was competition in such areas as PTA mem- bership, primary voting, collections for Goodwill, regis- tration and class dues. Students at an election voted for the class queen and the class winning in points automatically named its queen to one of the highest honors of Color Day. CLASS QUEENS COLOR DAY CAPTURES SCHOOL TRADITIONS May 8, Color Day, was a day of fun, activity and ex- citement. Students were dressed in the traditional colors of brown and gold. The morning was filled with a busy and effervescent talent show and crowning ol class queens. Later in the day the City Track meet was held at the Denver Public School stadium, South High. That evening students returned to school for the highlight of Color Day-the crowning of Color Day queen. The anticipated Color Day dance in the school gym, revolving around a theme of Paris, concluded the festivities. The Blue Notes provided gentle music to accompany the Parisian atmosphere. Karleen Ray, Sophomore CLASS PRINCESSES Sophomores Julie Brinron Ginny Spurlin Seniors Sharon Lawler Sharon Rudolph 62 Juniors .loan Norburg Bobbie Jo Schless Concert Choir's harmonious blend of voices is a favorite fea- ure of a mid-year program. CONCERTS PROVIDE ENJOYMENT Thomas Jefferson's talented music departments provided superior entertainment on many occasions. During fall and spring concerts and special holiday programs, the Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, and the Concert Choir were out- standing. The Girls' Ensemble and several younger music groups added variety. Although all the concerts were spiced with originality, the Christmas assembly was a special favorite. Members of the Seventh Grade Chorus appeared from all over the auditorium for their startling rendition of "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Under the skilled direction of Mr. Lallo the Concert Band begins a difficult number. Visiting Air Force Band musicians play a lively march. The Reverend Paterson speaks of brotherhood. Honor Society members listen to the director of admissions from Denver University. 64 STUDENT ASSEMBLIES VARY Relief from the tensions of the school day was pro- vided by many unique assemblies. They ranged from a look at prehistoric days during the comical ICC assem- bly, to the presentation of a film showing Spartans' poor safety habits. Programs highlighted Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The Mickey Mouse Club was por- trayed by the ARISTOCRAT staff, while the Journal did a flashback skit on the first semester's activities. The serious side of Spartan life was also displayed at assemblies. They came together in the interest of brotherhood, the United Fund, and Mr. Schumacher, showing their faith and interest in others. ARISTOCRAT members provide superb entertainment in their Usual humorous vein. Which hand has the M 81 M's? i Frank Welker does one of his fa- mous impersonations. Members of the JOURNAL safirize censorship. Junior High girls are briefed on the latesr fashion trends Mr. Schumacher's tone is serious dur- ing a disciplinary Talk. SUMMER ARRIVES EARLY "Summerfime, U.S.A." arrived on May 23rd, af fhe annual year- book dance. Amid sail boafs and T r a v e l posfers, 7964 ARISTO- CRATS were distributed To eager autograph seekers. The proud possessors of De-nver's fin e sf yearbook rocked fo The rhythm of fhe "Ca1aIinas." if im '19 . K :wk W f k l Sophomore Miss Jane STubbs Previous To The dance a program was held in The audiTorium where The class queens were crowned be- fore an enThusiasTic audience. The Sophomores crowned Jane STubbs, The Juniors Galeen Quinlan, and The Sen- iors Sherry Clark. Doors were Then opened into The gym and sTudenTs rushed To receive Their 7964 ArisTo- craTs. AT 9:00 The CaTalinas seT The pace wiTh appropri- aTe surf music. The dance was highlighTed by The crown- ing of The ArisTocraT Queen which was chosen accord- ing To The highesT percenTage of yearbooks boughT per number of sTudenTs in each individual class. The Sen- iors wiTh The highest percenTage of 86.4 crowned Their queen Sherry Clark, Juniors second wiTh 72.2 per- cenT, and Sophomores wiTh 69.9 percenT. As The nighT slipped by, sTudenTs aurographed yearbooks, danced, and reminisced over The year ThaT lay behind buT never To forgeT The memorable nighT aT "SummerTime, U.S.A." CLASS QUEENS ARISTOCRAT CONCLUDES WITH HSUMMERTIMEU The T964 ArisTocraT Staff ended iTs yearlong acTiviTies wiTh The annual dance, enTiTled "SummerTime, U.S.A." The decorarions depicfed The summer sporTs and puT everyone in The mood for The long summer days To come. In The cenfer of The cafeTeria was an island on which The CaTalinas were beached. Surrounding The island were sail boaTs gaily flying pennanfs, and color- ful umbrellas ThaT sTood across The floor. STudenTs gaThered around lively parTy Tables To view The new yearbooks. Junior Miss Galeen Quinlan Sophomores Kathy Marshall Debbie Mugleston Seniors Suzi Bennett Sue White Juniors Paula Garvey Jeanie Williamson Judy McShane D Steve Ashton Co-Editors Deadline deadens facilities of hard-working Aristocrat, Russ Erb. x K, X 3' Y i a 'S 'I'-A ii P J 27" tr X . I Sherry Clark Suzi Bennett Ass't Editor Business Editor Frank Welker Graphic Arts Editor ww Sandy Shapiro Mr. Mason l"Berf"i Outstanding Advisor and Friend Staff Member Activities Editor A yearbook is not only a reflection of the school which it portrays, it is also a reflection of those individuals who have made its publication possible. We, the editors of the 7964 Aristo- crat, hope that it is both a true portrait of this school year and a flattering portrait of this year's staff. Neither Steve or I, nor any other individual, could rightly take credit for more than single parts of the '64 Aristocrat. The entire book must be credited to group effort. An editor can only crystallize the ideas of his staff, he can never be more than a gentle persuader. Having participated in an activity in which goal has been very exciting. It has also been It is impossible to express our appreciation can really say is a heartfelt thank you. all direct their best efforts toward a common an experience which neither of us will forget. to and admiration for this year's staff. All we Steve Ashton and Judy McShane Sxyk 9 17101, xtgpgoa Ni 5 'Z a Q ff 5 .,, I!2I Z E 4 Q 4, N fir S 5 S' 6' XV Qy S A ss ui If . XX Marian Mary Palley Larry Maib Lesa Phillips Camille BOWersOX Clubs Editor Royalty Editor Publicity Co,-bin Copy Editor Director Artist Our favorite beastie . . . i gl ?' 'A we-' M' Judy McKay Mike Welch Tom Goff Pat d'Avila Russ Erb Thurston Joanne Jill Nilson Senior Editor Ass't Senior Photographer Ass't Senior Sports Editor Bybee Ffoling Copywriter Editor 'P Editor Sports Editor Junior Editor L l an n. in Carol Archer Chris Luhe Bonnie Libbie Booren Lorie Shapiro Kippy Crocker Karleen Ray Marcia 1 Photographer Clubs Assistant Guzofgky Freshman Artist Ass't Copy Ass't Business Mcshane ' Secretary Editor Editor Manager Academics Editor J .f Dick Hentzell Fred Bob Hall Cathy Kaplan Ass't Lindquist Ass't Index Editor Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Editor Editor Editor :Es Les Eller Jim Eller Barbara Bell Devvy Altman Seventh Grade Eighth Grade Clubs Overall Editor Editor Assistant Assistant 650 yearbooks As deadline approaches, some staff members become sold furious automatons and some stare dazedly into space . . . i x 72 CLUBS ,M 45' 1' 3? we -IK A I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I I I 19 I I f fig 4-f , .. W' I mf' I I f3I"""M-0' , . . 0 Therrell Girl Jodie Rouse Jonny Jacobs All-School Serirelafy All-School Treasurer SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Senior High Student Council this year lived up to its motto, "Challenge, Strive, Achieve." Every second hour and during many hours outside school, Council strove to achieve various goals for the benefit of the school and community. An Honor Board to discourage cheating was planned and executed through Council. It also carried out several notable projects in con- junction with the Junior High Council. These included the highly successful United Fund Drive and Gavel Gatherings, a leadership conference. It was through Council that the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance every Monday morning was initiated. Because of its outstanding, dedicated, and enthusiastic members, Senior High Student Council improved communications with the student body while achieving many significant goals and fostering many worthy ideals. Paul Bernard Sue White Virginia Mallow Sue Bennett Chris Coleman Jan Patron Larry Marb Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior 5ent0r President Vice-President Secretary Representative Representative Representative Representaftye Bruce 'Roof Greg Treverton Joan Norburg Bobbie Jo Joanne Beal Sue Stark Jrm Brxler Senior Junior Junior Sghlegs Junior Junior Junior Representative President Vice-President Junior Representative Representative Representative George MBTPIGS Jim Stone Sherry Jessop Vicki DeShon Libbie Booren Ginny Spurlrn Steve Hammrll Junior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Representative President Vice-President Secretary Representative Representative Representative Cully Marshall Teresa Baker Sophomore Newspaper Representative Representative Britt Persson American Field Service Exchange Student Mr. Merle Dorsett Sponsor -Student Council- Considered Concern Cindy Baker Kirk Norlin Becky Novak Bob Masten Head girl Head boy Secretary Treasurer JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL Junior High Student Council strove to promote a better junior high while organizing its ac- tivities. lt is composed of class officers, Junior High officers, and one representative from each second period class. The Council members showed great imagination in planning this year's activities. They worked with Senior High Student Council on the United Fund Drive, the Safety Campaign, and Gavel Gatherings. The Junior High Council successfully carried out plans for the Hallo- ween Party, the Valentine dance, the Goodwill drive, and Junior High Field Day. Meetings were held every Tuesday morning at 8:00 a.m., and two breakfasts were held during the year. ww gms Eighth grade representative Larry Clouse enjoys Council breakfast at a local pancake house. Junior High Council advisor, Mr. Zinke, listens to speakers at breakfast. Freshman Council member Les Eller delivers apple to Mr. Mason for Teacher Appreciation Day ITAGABU: Teachers are greatly appreciated by usl. ICC ADVOCATES "B.C "Be a Clubber" was the year's theme of Inter Club Council. In accordance with the B.C. idea, ICC presented its assembly, which starred the baby ant- eater in its comic strip environment. The prehistoric theme was also carried into the sweater dance, "The Baby Anteater Stomp." One of ICC's many duties was the supervision ot construction of homecoming floats. ICC's primary duties are to govern club activities, control and schedule club meeting times and places and club dances. ICC also organizes clubs for serv- ice projects, initiates action to issue, suspend, and revoke club charters, and it gives needed assistance to any club which requests it. - V., N M.M. decorates for "Baby Anteater Stomp." Bob Hiester Steve Goldman President Vice-President Suzi Razatos Martin Mansfield Secretary Treasurer Larry Maib Mr. Myers Student Council Sponsor .Representative c. 65? 7 fa! ,- tif ,dlfhlllwfxxlgk X YL-. .ll lQli,'l',Vl, NNN 'Ga QNX X ltt'lbi,l Ao., 'Q ,Q .,. AH' tv, - 'I uxb' J 5 I 'y .,,. ll xv 0 f N y F ll ' - 1 ' ii?-gg. Bob Bean John Beckwith Suzi Bennett Jim Brandt Sandy Clark Bob Connelly Sue Davila John Dunham Neil Fischer Mary Fuchs Steve Grogan Roxie Guertner Barbara Gunnerson Beverly Heller Bill Kress Carolyn Pfohl Carol Pollard Cindy Prussing Norman Shepherd Dave Strauss Robin Vaughn Mike Welch ,. 'wa ICC discusses many club problems HONOR SOCIETY SETS STANDARDS Steve Goldman President Martin Mansfield Vice-President Certificates were presented to the members of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter of the National Honor Society in an assembly October 23. Dr. Edward Lindell of Denver University spoke to the students on the value of scholarship for its own sake. This enthusiasm for scholarship is the goal of the Honor Society, whose requirements include leadership, character, and service, as well as a grade point average of 3.8 for the seven sopho- mores, 3.65 for the thirteen juniors, and 3.5 for the sixty-seven seniors. Several speakers during the year gave the Society information on educa- tion, scholarship opportunities, and other topics. In addition, the tradi- tional alumni tea was held the Friday before Christmas. Roxie Guertner Secretary Alice Phipps Treasurer Mr. Helander Advisor Steve Goldman presides as Mr. Rebel! congratulates an Honor Society member dur ing their assembly. 82 i Seniors Kathryn Arndt John Arthur Ken Aylsworth Susan Bennett Pamela Berg Paul Bernard Marian Bowersox Janet Braly Jay Browne Tom Chambers Richard Cohen Camille Corbin Sheila Curtis Bill Danks Patricia d'Avila Beverly Davis Leslie Dougherty John Dunham Dave Eland Karen Evans Sherry Fisher Tom Fry David Gibbons Chris Grant Sharon Gunstream Vicki Hart Gary Hebenstreit Bob Hiester Kathleen Kerr Kathleen Krusnik Robert Larson Virginia Mallow Margaret Marshall David Miller Diane Novosad Mildred Olson Jim Outman Mary Palley Janet Patron Alice Phipps Cynthia Prussing Carol Reese Virginia Rouse Janet Schumacher Janet Seeley Gary Shahan Alan Steiner Karen Stiles Linda Strauss Jim Tarr Janis Therrell Alan Thomas Bob Tipton Robin Vaughn Susan White Susan Wiederspan Kenneth Wirtz Charlene Wolf Donna Wolff Shelby Worley John Yackey Smile, you're in Honor Society . . . Juniors Teresa Baker Nancy Barnes Jeffrey Booton Robert Connelly Robert DeLapp Ted Gill Pat Guilfoyle Jan Janitscke Russell Klein Roberta Reiff Sandra Shapiro Susan Stark Robert Wilson Sophomores Charles Berry Catherine Kaplan Gayle Ligon Martha Oburn Bobby Ann Roebuck Catherine Rudolph Jane Stubbs NATIONAL HONOR SOClFI'Y Two seniors visit with alumna Pat Henkell at Honor Society tea. Vs if JOURNAL: OUALITY AND QUANTITY Ken has difficulty hearing Pam over the noise of a hair dryer in JOURNAL assembly satire. Published twice monthly, the JEFFERSON JOURNAL stimulates thought on school affairs and keeps the student body informed of activities and accomplishments. JOURNAL columns also provide opportunity for Spart- ans to air criticism and comment. Augmenting regular issues, several special editions have rolled off JOURNAL presses. The eight-page Christmas and Senior editions are examples of these features. The establishment of the "F.S." award as a JOURNAL tradition further reflects the staff's sense of subtle humor. "F.S.," a gay paper chicken is rotated each issue. The coveted award is presented to the editor whose page is judged "far superior." Participation on JOURNAL staff affords training and practical experience to those interested in newspaper work. Many further increased their familiarity with journalism techniques by attending the National Scholastic Press Association convention in Chicago over Thanksgiving vacation. A highlight of the JOURNAL year has been its association with the ARISTOCRAT staff. Nancy Barnes Bruce Bell Pam Berg Danny Christopherson Warren Cohen Karen Evans Neil Fischer Journal Staff Steve Goldman Dennis Graham Chris Grant Allan Gray Vicki Hart Jim Lawler Gina Liggett Marty Mansfield John Meyer Dave Miller Roger Myers Millie Olson Jimmy Outman Ann Roebuck Pat Shehan Janet Singer Jan Vittum Holly Tyner Jeanie Williamson Leslie Watson Ken Wirtz Editor-in-Chief Teresa Baker News Page Editor Carol Bozeman Editorial Page Editor BASIS Meredi Scott Feature Page Editor Tom Gebow Sports Page Editor Gene Day Business Manager Miss Jane Stanbrough Sponsor FOR INFCDRMED SCHOGL JOURNAL readers attracted by . . . v I . 4 5 i V .,x- K , I Page plans constantly beset staff members 9 provocative publicity ,X , ' YGJYEIINATIONALDV Y PI R s -, 3 i -, 'as ATHERFIES SERVE SCHOOL, COMMUNITY Only girls who have maintained a 3.0 grade point average both semesters of their junior year are eligible to become members of Atherfies, a club whose main purpose is to serve the school. The group is composed entirely of seniors who have the desire and ability to assist in school offices. Other projects include helping poor families by making baby garments, selling candy canes before Christmas, and ushering at school functions. Shiela Curtis Sherry Fisher Leslie Watson President Vice-President Secretary Denise Atkinson Marian Bowersox Janet Braly Sue Brown Chris Coleman Sandi Coffman Camille Corbin Cindy Prussing Miss llgaudas , Treasurer ICC Representative Sponsor Donna Curtis Bev Davis Nancy Estlow Jan Gebow Atherfies cut out patterns for baby dresses Diana Gautier Roxie Guertner Sharon Gunstream Lynn Henderson Marilyn Hall Jonny Jacobs Gina Liggett Judy McKay Kathy Maguire Virginia Mallovv Nancy Maresh Jo Carol Marshall Margaret Marshall Anne Moorehead Kathy Pettee Lesa Phillips Barbara Schoenfeld Janet Seeley Sandy Stubbs Karen Stiles Robin Vaughn Susan Wiederspan Ellie Weller Bob Fisher l President W l AI Roth Secretary T Chas Andresbn Paul Bernard Jett Booton T Tom Brockman Dan Brumbaligh Ted Gill N Steve Goldman Chris Grant T Gary Hebenstreit Art Hiester Russ Klein w Bob Kramer Rich Kramerl Bob Larson l Larry Maib N "Are you sure it'Il fit 'Playboy'?" W, . is ' as frl: s .S 4 ., 2'lv A B 9 Bob Hiester Bob Connelly Mr. Moser Mr. McLaughlin Treasurer l.C.C. Representative Sponsor Sponsor Martin Mansfield Dick Montgomery Dick Nelson Chuck Ralston Bruce Roof Gary Shahan Jim Stone Dave Stookesbury Jim Sullivan Bob Therell Greg Treverton Herschel Vaughn Bob Wilson Ken Wirtz John Woller KEY CLUB PAWNS PICKLES AND COVERS ,fff-.- at-R Q HX - t l X X9s.0,2f" Key Club is a service organization for senior high boys which operates under the school's regulations and draws its membership from the student body. While serving the school and community, Key Club develops initiative and leadership and provides experience in living and working together. This year, Key Club held a joint Father and Son banquet with George Washington's Key Club, helped organize the Easter assembly, assembled Christmas baskets for needy families, gave money to Craig Rehabilitation Center, and sold book covers and dill pickles. gi xiilvgkx if + K K 'A , ss, 'I'.'L"' Chas Andreson President Paul Bernard Terry Hawk Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Bob Hiester Gary Hebenstreit l.C.C. Rep. Sergeant-at-Arms Q1 ' 1.1 ik Mr. Wurtz MV- Dat' Sponsor SPOVTSOV 88 Officer's comment amuses Lettermen. D-CLUB ASSUMES ACTIVE ROLL Not content merely to bask in the glory of Their letter jackets, lettermen this year sought new ways to benefit the school. They sold refreshments at basketball games and campaigned actively for improved lunchroom conditions. Lettermen made a memorable trip to the Air Force Acade- my to watch a football game. Determined leadership and expansion of purpose contributed to an unusually active year for D-Club. Ron Albright Tom Brockman .lay Browne Thurston Bybee Carl Bjork John Cameron Tom Chambers Dennis Christensen Rod Coles Bob Connelly Bob DeLapp Russ Erb Bob Fisher Ted Gill Ed Hansen Doug Hebard Russ Klein Bob Kramer Rich Kramer Dave Kreiger Bob Larson Bob Leisk Greg Lowe Brian Lutz Larry Maib Martin Mansfield George Mathis Brian Miller Roger Morris Bill Newcomer .lim Nasi Chuck Ralston Bob Reynolds Jim Shubin Roger Swanson .lack Tieman Greg Treverton Herschel Vaughn Frank Welker Mike Wightman Gale Wilhelms Rick Willson Bob Wilson HI-Y INNGVATIGNS ENRICH YEAR Bill Newcomer L Carl Beckman Al Mitchem Dan Christopherson President Vice-President Corresponding Recording Secretary l Secretary Rodger Swanson Carleton Prince Mr. MUGS Treasurer ICC Representative SDOHSOF Ken Aylsworth N Randy Battle Terry Beal Paul Bolles l Arthur Bowman Mitchell Boyd N Steve Carter Dennis Christensen John Coleman Rod Coles Jeff Davis Paul Davis Bob DeLapp Steve Dennis ' Ralph Dobson Robert Edwards l Jim Entsminger John Entsminger Bruce Flater l Randy Fox Ran Gilligan l Dennis Graham Mike Hagan N Richard Hayes Bob Hall John Harris l Terry Hartness Mike Hawkinson Dave Hentzell Rich Hentzell Jim Lawler Tim Heydon Bill Kress Rich Larson Bob Leisk Gary Luzum l Jeff Mason George Mathes l Bruce McCormick Mike McCue Pat McCue Mike McElvain John Miles Roy Mitchell Pat Murphy Steve Naylor Jim Olmstead Larry Orblom Jim Outman Lewis Patten Steve Perry William Plettner Dave Rathbun Al Reeves Earl Reginelli Bob Richardson Tom Saine Leo Sands Jim Shubin Larry Skaer John Speckman Rodger Stansbury John Stryker Bill Stuebgen Scott Swaggart Mark Tearnam George Turtle Gary Vagts Dave Vaughn Steve Voorhees Mike Welch Pete Wickman Rick Willson Tom Wither By instituting "Hi-Y Sunday" and announc- ing that the world famous Beatles would at- tend their dance, "Avalanche," the Hi-Y club has shown great diversification in interests dur- ing the past year. Under the leadership of Bill Newcomer, president, and Mr. John Miles, sponsor, Hi-Y was active in Youth and Govern- ment, sold Christmas trees for the Y.M.C.A., gave the first annual Hi-Y dance, and doubled the club's active membership. Living up to their pledge, "To create, main- tain, and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character," the Hi-Y has become one of the most active service clubs at Thomas Jefferson. "What happens if it doesn't snow? How can we have an 'Avalanche'?" l 89 TRI-HI-Y CCDNTINUES AND REINFORCES STANDARDS Bev Davis Janet Braly Janet Brothers President Vice-President Recording Secretary I' L ,ig -j1.,yQ,f,. 2 . H X X A H "Of course l'm paying attention . . Carol Archer Kay Arndt Denise Atkinson Jeanette Autrey Nancy Barnes Kay Bateman Betty Bauman Joanne Beal Barbara Benson Janis Benson Patti Blessing Cathy Bonham Carol Bozeman Jane Braly Linda Brenning Pat Bruce Marcia Bushacher Jane Campen Annette Carter Lynda Caten Sherry Clark Charlene Clemmer Chris Coleman 90 Camille Corbin Linda Crain Jeanine Crandall Pat d'Avila Mary Dettwiler Dorothy Dominy Carol Dorman Susan Earhart Lou Easton Janet Egholm Sherry Elhausen Nancy Estlow Karen Evans Linda Ford Melanie Freeman Gay Gallemore Paula Garvey Vicki Goltry Pat Guilfoyle Pam Gumz Sharon Gunstream Cheryl Hansen Vicki Hart Elaine Haswell Cindy Prussing Leslie Watson Corresponding Secretary Treasurer High standards of Christian character are created and maintained in the members of Tri- Hi-Y at Thomas Jefferson. This club, whose main purpose is to provide service to the school and community, is thus similar to Hi-Y, even though it is a girls' organization. Like Hi-Y it is affiliated with the YMCA. This year members distributed food baskets to needy families at Christmas, participated in a Youth and Government program, held a fash- ion show, and sponsored, "Go-to-church Sun- day." Sally Hayward Kathy Maguire Sue Heinig Susan Hendrickson Karen Hiddleston Joan Hudiburgh Jonny Jacobs Susu Kile Lisa King Diane Kramer Sharon Lawler Gina Liggett Nadine Lindquist Dianne Lont Susan Lort Gini Lowe Ginny Lowe Susan Luhe Sherri McCarthy Kay McDaniel Peggy McEwen Judy McGraw Judy McKay Janice MacMillan Kathy Maestas Carol Maher Virginia Mallow Jo Carol Marshall Margaret Marshall Ann Marvis Connie Miller Jeri Morgan Carol Moritz Paula Nelson Joan Norburg Diane Novosad Saskia Paap Jan Patron Susie Patton Kathy Pettee Lesa Phillips Sally Plummer Susan Plummer Carol Pollard Linda Pollard ' Galeen Quinlan Barbara Schoenfeldt Diane Schwabauer 1 Charlene Wolf Sergeant-at-Arms Susie Davila ICC Representative Carol Reese Chaplain .E Miss Hess Sponsor A good sponsor is patient and subdues her own feelings concerning the proceedings. Sharon Schwieder Janet Singer Janet Smith Arlene Storhaug Sandy Stubbs Sue Raiter Suzie Razatos Jennifer Reeves Janet Rice Karen Thompson Marg Thompson Diane Tilsley Holly Tyner Jodie Van Gelder Joyce Wagner Pat Wallace Ellie Weller Connie Whalen Jeanie Wheeler Cheri White Lynn Whittenburg Jeanie Williamson Dianne Wilson Tri-Hi-Y members crochet for charity. Natalie Wlf7l5"CYk 9I Susie Wiederspan Roxie Guertner Janet Braly Nancy Estlow Sherry Fisher President Viqe-Pre-gidenf Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary PEP CLUB BUILDS SPIRIT What is a "Spartan Spirit"? A Spartan Spirit is a school spirit promoter in a yellow uniform. She is known for attending T.J.'s athletic events, presenting pep rallies, and selling shakers. A Spartan Spirit marches in parades and half-time cere- monies and supports dances and teas. Under the leadership of an ex- cellent and enthusiastic president, each individual Spartan Spirit has con- tributed more than her share to our school. Individual responses create overall enthusiasm. A ,. Judy McKay Drill Master Miss Sara Lehman Sponsor Laurie Anderson Denise Atkinson Nancy Barnes Betty Bauman Joanne Beal Susie Bennett Barbara Benson Kathleen Bond Cathy Bonham Janet Brothers Patricia Bruce Judy Bryden Lynda Caten Sherry Clark Elizabeth Clark Sandy Clark Charlene Clemmer Sandy Coffman Christine Coleman J Melba Collins Camille Corbin Jeanine Crandall Janet Dodd Dorothy Dominy Mary Dougherty Susan Earhart Janet Egholm Linda Ford Gay Gallemore Paula Garvey Diana Gautier Michele Graves Pat Guilfoyle Pam Gumz Spirits consolidated! Barbara Gunnerson Sharon Gunstream Marilyn Hall Nancy Hall Carol Hardwick Lynn Henderson Susan Hendrickson Karen Hiddleston Joan Hudiburgh Linda Hughes Kathy Kerr Susu Kile Linda Kimsey Lesa King Sandra Lawrence Chris Luhe Peggy McEwen Carol Maher Virginia Mallow Margaret Marshall Mary Maxwell Anne Moorhead Jerry Morgan Carol Moritz Linda Neidiger Carole Nordstrom Susie Patton Britt Persson Kathy Pettee Lesa Phillips Susan Plummer Carol Pollard Linda Pollard Susan Raiter Carol Reese Jennifer Reeves Roberta Reiff Jodie Rouse Bobby Jo Schless Janet Schumacher Diane Schwabauer Sharon Schwieder Janet Smith Sandra Smith Diane Tilsley Barbara Trobaugh Chris Wadlington Joyce Wagner Pat Wallace Becky Whalen Connie Whalen Susan White Charlene Wolf Donna Wolff Pat Guilfoyle Tea and Fashion Show Chairman Karen Hiddleston Senior Representative Karen Kulp Assistant Drill Master Virginia Mallow Homecoming Dance Chairman Leslie Moore Sergeant-at-Arms Anne Moorehead Points Chairman Jerry Morgan Junior Representative T..l. RED CRQSS FILLS SANTA Sl-IOP High School Red Cross is an internationally affiliated organiza- tion of young people who have eliminated the barriers of race, creed, and nationality in their effort to help alleviate the suffering of mankind. Everyone in the school is considered a member of Red Cross, and all meetings are open. , This year Red Cross conducted the Santa Claus Shop drive at Christmas, held its annual turnabout dance, "Eros' Arrow," and contributed to the International Chest. Members also visited an old folks' home, participated in Volunteens, and put on a talent show at Fitzsimmons Hospital. Kathy Krusnik Secretary Bob Ward Camille Corbin President Vice-President A small part of the toys Red Cross collected for the Santa Claus Shop Roberta Reiff Treasurer Susi Bennett ICC Representative Mr. Villano Sponsor A CANJ ' Q Q9 5 2 1: at c s i "CROSS my heart and hope to . . OCRO Sally Plummer Susan Plummer Sue Heinig Sue Raiter Pat Scherrer Joan Hudiburgh Linda Neidiger Nancie Hall Melinda Dronenburg Joyce Hidahl Linda McCoy Michele Wagenhals Sandy Colvin Susi Bennett Chris Grant Larry Maib Russ Erb Jeanine Crandall Al Steiner Jeanie Williamson Charlotte Burdette Bonnie Rex Dee Ellen Buckley John Harris Red Cross leaders oversee its many projects. FUTURE MEDICINEMEN CGNFER With the purpose ot promoting interest in medicine firmly in mind, the Pre-Med, Club has created an excellent public image at TJ., more members were recruited this year than ever be- fore. Activities included a Christmas Party and a trip to the State Mental Hospital at Pueblo. Barbara Polivnick Treasurer John Harris President Mike Welch ICC Representative Nadine Lindquist . Vice-President Mr. Ray Sponsor Anne Moorhead Secretary Janet Smith John Stark Patti Stark Linda Strauss Jim Tarr Lesle Thomas Bob Tipton Barbara Trobaugh Jan Vittum Leslie Watson Ellie Weller Sue White Linda Woodward John Wren Pre Med Club meets in biology lab. Lynne Arrow Pam Berg Katie Blaine Pam Bodney Jay Browne Judy Bryden Martha Brookover Jane Campen Annette Carter Barbara Clark John Coleman John Collins Diana Cottrell Ron Cowen Diana Darley Donna Defibaugh Leslie Dougherty Susan Earhart Joan Edmonds Clarise Ellis Terry Elrod Melanie Freeman Joel Friedman Mary Fuchs Diana Gautier Nancy Gemmill Pat Guilfoyle Barbara Gunnerson Nancie Hall Martie Hazel Mike Horner Cindy Hummel Mary lngenthron Judy Jackson Jan Jamison Bob Kramer Karin Kuemmerlin Fred Lindquist Tim LoVerde Brian Lutz Jim Lyons Claire McArdle Linda McCoy Pat McCoy Kathy Maguire Mary Maxwell Connie Miller Sandi Nordberg Steve Novak Kent Penley Kathy Pettee Betsy Peterson Kathy Porter Roberta Reift Bob Reynolds Jim Schwanke Bobbi Scott Steve Shraiberg Sue Simmons Mike Sinclair ZCDRSAGES solo BY l i FUTURE TEACHERS Offering sfudenfs The opporTuniTy To learn The rewards and problems of The Teaching pro- fession, The FLlTure Teachers of America requires a 2.5 grade poinf average for membership. To gain firsT-hand experience in Teaching, members TuTored sTudenTs and did volunTeer work aT Ridge Home. They also heard speakers on Topics relafed To Teaching and ushered aT The sTaTe Teachers' conVenTion. As a money-raising proi- ecT, FTA sold Homecoming corsages. eT Schumacher ' PresidenT W Galeen Quinlan SecreTa ry i Carol Pollard ICC Represenrarive ' i -2 l x l i 3 l Cheerful subfecfs are always on FTA's agenda. Carol Reese Vice-President Marfie Hazel Yes, The life of a Teacher does presenT difficulTies . . . Treasurer Mrs. Uchill Sponsor Mr. Lewis Sponsor BeTTy Bauman Melba Collins Linda Ford Jane Gehr Diana Ivey Jonny Jacobs Sandy Lawrence Kay McDaniels Judy McGraw Carol Morirz KaThy MusseT Linda Neidiger Larry Orblom Barbie Peonio Kathy Porter Jackie Rask Judy Reese AnneTTe Rouse Bobby Jo Schless Sharon Schwieder Julie Trujillo Vicky Wesin Dianne Wilson Sue Zaffore OOOD JOBS OBTAINED THROUGH Jackie Rask President of joint clubs Jill Beebe DECA The Distributive Education Club of America has a joint chapter at TJ and South, sponsored by Mrs. Guy, a teacher at South. This club trains and places hard-working students in jobs in the community. The organization vouches for the reliability of the students and thereby establish- es good relations between the high schools and local businessmen. Lynn Brown Diana Ivey wr Diana Richards Gail Riddell Jill Beebe works in the advertising department at Penney s IRC STUDIES In connection vilith the International House, several members of the International Rela- tions Club invited foreign students in Denver to their homes tolshow them what a normal day in an American family is like. The club also listened to several speakers and attend- ed conferences oh world problems. The pur- pose of IRC is to interest students in world affairs and to develop better citizenship. Martha Oburn Gail Pelsue John Arthur I Kay Bateman Pam Berg I Barby Peonio Paula Bernstein Britt Persson Jim Brandt Judy Reese Marian Bovversox Ann Roebuck Barb Clark Annette Rouse Bill Dankg Linda Strauss Merrie Dunham Neil Fischer Joel Friedman Charles Lowrie Anne Moorhead Linda Neidiger Steve Novak Sharon Thompson Pam Vardaman Susu Wasinger Leslie Watson Patti Wilde Dianne Wilson I ff I nfffxf GLCDBAL PRGBLEIVIS g I I IRC members find world affairs puzzling and ponderous Janet Seeley Robin Vaughn ' President Vice-President 'flaw Sally Plummer Martie Hazel Mr. Lort Treasprer Program Chairman Sponsor I Carol Pollard Secretary Mr. O'Brien Sponsor I X 99 Kristy Gunning President Becky Frank President Don Shubin Vice-President 'MN K :bfi 3 Xa ii' ,, x 9 1 4 - W' ,. . . fy . . 2, .Y K my 'K P, sm , Q. ., 'yy nu 4, rg.. -xx nvnk wiv!!! :nk , . 5 0' Carolyn Pfohl ICC Representative ,gr iii TAB 2 BOCDKS, BOCDKS, BOGKS Through the Thomas Jefferson Teen Age Book Club, all students may order from a wide range of inexpensive paperback books. The ultimate aim of the club is to promote skill in reading. During the middle of the year, Campus Book Club was added and caught the students' fancy, far out- shadowing previous TAB orders. Campus Club is open to high school students. Club members assisted with Na- tional Library Week tea in April, Assistinggthgofficer 'n their work w 'S5d ' , onna Tourney, Jzgrggjlvlataile, Douglas Earhart, Mjge Lajutefrbachf Linda Klein and 'Randy kara. j vLay"Radetsky had the honor of purchasing the most books during the year-a total purchase of T77 titles. we . ,,..,,. and read 5 I Mr. Mason Sponsor I00 Jim Outman Steve Goldman Pam Berg Bill Ddnks President Vice-President Recording Secretary Treasurer NFL DEBATES National Forensic League stimu- lates i terest in speech activities and provid s many opportunities for fur- therin this interest. Meetings were held e ery other week, and members particiy ated land vvonj in the Sha- froth Extemporaneous Speaking Con- Tesf. However, due to internal conflicts, N.F.L. experienced a less successful year than usual. Ron Ellis N.F.L. Secretary Miss Kasdorf Sponsor 'LWiIl the real N.F.L. president please stand up? Roger Morris Publicity Chairman Conviction a n d eloquent presentation make a good speaker. Lynn Bahrych Teresa Baker Jim Brandt Dan Brumbaugh Diana Corey Allan Day Neil Fischer Joel Friedman Joanne Froling Carol Goldman Allan Gray Dick Kroc ' " Phil Lutz Linda McCoy Judy McShane Pat Murphy Bill Newcomer Steve Novak Don O'Dell Brad Pelsue Carol Pollard Jim Schwanke Karin Thurman Sue Turner George Turtle Susie Wiederspan Diane Wilson ' Q 't H . V 1, 141 . MN' ,, .3 X-Nfi XA. ' ' A, - . ' 5 Hi 522 , Sharon Rudolph Jim Schwanke Carol Goldman Pregrdenf President Secretary Chris Grant Jim Brandt Treasurer ICC Representative YCDUNG DEMS ORGANIZE Mr. Villano Sponsor Discussions are ably led . . . Bob Bean Annette Carter Paul Cohen Pat d'Avila Joel Friedman Wayne Elgsten Ron Ellis Steve Goldman Terry Hartness Larry Hockstad Misty Hyman Barb Kamlet John Kamlet Kathy Krusnik Ann Lawrence Brian Lutz Gary Mammel Saskia Paap Linda Perkin Mike Sinclair Ralph Taylor 'WE 1 l 1 A new club at Thomas Jefferson this year, the Young Democrats, has brought party leaders and representatives to its meetings to speak on matters of interest in the current political scene. The Young Democrats have expressed the importance of politics in daily lite and have contributed to the activities of the Democratic Party. l Young Democrats take party and politics seriously. YRC MEMBERS HEAR GOVERNOR Young Republican Club is designed to acquaint interested stu- dentstwith partisan politics and with the ideals and machinery of the Republican Party. In addition to discussing current political affairs, YRC this year studied the United States government at three levels-city, state, and national. The state-wide Young Republican Convention with Governor John Love presiding highlighted the YRC calendar. Members also visited the Capitol and had lunch with the Republican state sena- tors alnd representatives. William Powers, National Committeeman for the GOP, spoke before the club. l , k - ",' f Fl J Mike Welch President Jodi Van Gelder Vice-President Young Republicans gleefully anticipate the 7964 presidential election . . . Ken flkylsworth John Beckwith Mitchell Boyd Steve Cox Susie Enders Niel ischer Dave Gibbons Jan Gilkison Richard Hentzell Rick lfahm Bill Kress Jill Nilson Bob Olmsted Craig Phillips Gary Pinkston Annette Rouse Al Thomas Mark Tearnan Patti Wilde Shelby Worley Kay Arndt Secretary-Treasurer Steve Grogan ICC Representative Mr. Hart Sponsor Kay Arndt Barbara Bebell John Bennett Vicki Biggs Nancy Black Keith Blanton Sarah Bowler Mari Brown Charlotte Burdette Mike Cary Barb Clernenson Julie Cobiella Maureen Colleton Pat d'Avila Tom d'Avila Julie Engstrom Jackie Fox Joanne Froling Penny Fuller Gayle Gallatin Alene Gardner Bev '- Jonny Jacobs Marian Lauterbach Lynette Loney l04 A..-w-is Drama Club assembles before rehearsal. kmda Fprd SCYLCDCQUIANS PRESENT CHILDRENS' PLAY Pat Shehan Diane Tilsley ,lim Brandt Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms ICC Representative Maureen Maas Mary McGahey CarolMoritz Cheryl Mueller Nancy Nagel Carol Nordstrom Kristi Normark Garva Owen Brad Pelsue Abbi Pratt Sherry Rede Bonnie Rex Nancy Robb Pat Scherrer Lois Schierbrock Sherri Sherlock Bobbi Singer Sandy Smith Lauri Stevens Julie Trujillo Cheri White Lynn Whittenburg Patty Wilde Susie Wilson Sue Zaffore Through presentation of their play at the Children's Theatre and participation in the District Drama Festival, the So'lo- quians fulfilled their established goals of furthering dramatic arts through in- creased knowledge and experience, and of serving the school and community. Jodi Van Gelder President Vice-President Paula Nelson Secretary Mr. Schanker Sponsor Andrea Arrow Jacque Genoft Karla Ore FRENCH STUDENTS FORM NEW CLUB LES ECOLIERS FRANCAIS, the T.J. French Club, was organized this year in order to provide students with an opportunity to study the culture of France and to speak French outside the classroom. For this purpose most of the meetings were conducted in French, French films were viewed, and several French people of the Denver area were invited to speak. A banquet was held at the end of the year at a French restaurant. Jane Stubbs President Julie Brinton Vice-President "These French films really are entertaining . . Barbie Cohen Secretary Mrs, Peterson Sponsor Lynne Arrow Mary Baird Janet Barrett Dan Bernstein Paula Bernstein Karen Bird Marian Bowersox Anne Brown Dave Brown Marc Callier Brenda Culp Bob Dorsett Marnie Easly Betty Faust Neil Fischer Jane Gehr Carol Goldman Esty Green Shari Harris Debbie Herbold Misty Hyman Vicki Johnson Suzanne Jones Stephanie Laird Marian Lauterbach Sharon Leonard Patrick Lilly Susan Matthews Kay McDaniel Jo McDaniel Joanne McGee Nancy Nagel C1 Saskia Paap Cindy Quinn Judy Reese Gimma Rice I Betsy Richmond' Ann Roebuck ' Marcia Sandberg ' - .... an J, 'Debi5ie'San'ders C SpUrli'n "" " Kathy Steward Karin Thurmon Chuck Todd Steve Waln Gregg Williams .LYS I 2 " Y Mary Burrus K 'ff' Treasurer Q. Mr. Smith Sponsor Becky Novak Historian Mr, Pierson Holly Holmstrom Sponsor Program Chairman Y' Bob Bean Bruce Bell Mark Benson Rocky Brew Jay Browne Dave Bruner John Collins Pam Curtis Bill Danks Tom Doyle ". . . and then the Eiijgtsy beatle was laughed out of existence . . F 0, ,dw wk-JCL REA CHES ieoivi E 04-'5 los , ' Q, all N K5 Merrie Dunham Joel Friedman Steve Goldman Rick Kahm John Meyer Pat Morgan Roger Myers Jim Outman Richard Perlman Bob Reiner Paul Rondeau Jim Schwanke Barbara Taylor Alan Thomas Mr. Barnes, sponsor VIA ENGLAND To gain a greater knowledge and understanding of the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome ap- pears to be the desire of the members of the Junior Classical League. This exclusive organization in- cludes only those students who take Latin Levels Three and four, and all members are honored with officer's positions. The club attended the J.C.L. state convention held in the spring. 'R Ill gi ., JCL assumes formal pose surrounding treasured Regurgitorium for puns Bridge Club members duel with faculty players in student-teacher tournament. BRIDGE PLAYERS BEAT ALL Bob Bean President Chuck Berry Secretary-Treasuren John Dunham Vice-President Miss Fischer Sponsor OPPCDSITICDN Formed by two eighth grade students playing bridge in the lunchroom in February ot 1961, the JEFFERSON JOKERS has developed into a highly successful organization. It meets every Tuesday and participates in tournaments, holds parties, gives lessons, and provides all-round enjoyment for mem- bers. Greg Burdick Adele Lennig Bob Busch Gay Ligon Brian Campbell Teri Campbell Mike Carey Barbara Clark John Coleman John Dronenburg Beth Gilbert John Henderson Lynn Humphrey Dale Kos Jim Link Sue McElyea Kent Miller Martha Oburn Jim Scrivner Don Vaughn Bob Weiss Linda Sue Williams Heidi Wurst wwf? Q 1- lr' Y Chess challenges the mind and demands concentration. .lan .lanitschke John Dunham President Vice-President Neil Fischer Mr. Smith ICC Representative Sponsor CHESSERS CHECK TOURNAMENTS A unique group which provides instruc- tion and practice for chess enthusiasts, the T..I. Chess Club meets once a week to hold matches among themselves. Mr. Robert Smith, the sponsor, lends whatever help he can. The experience gained in these prac- tices was used successfully at inter-school tournaments held throughout the year. In addition to winning many of these tourna- ments, members took fifth and sixth places Bob Bean Chuck Berry Mike Carey Gene Day Tom Doyle Tom Gebow Chris Hendrickson in the Boettcher All-City Tournament. Stewart Hoover Dick Kroc Tony Martinez Mary McDonald Rick Seigert Bob Weiss John Beckwith President David Ritz Vice-Prlasidenr Mike Carey Secretary-Treasurer gf: t " 'A ' '55 T ' ge . l .rw Ml. Ek Sponsor COIN AND STAMP MEMBERS STILL CAN'T FIND i909S VDBI An interesting and maybe even a profitable hobby is the collecting of coins or stamps. Coin and Stamp Club was organized with the purpose of promoting or furthering an interest in these hobbies. The members of this club often discussed the many rare coins and stamps they had bought, sold, traded or located. b""'i "I'll take mine RARE, thank you . . pure art form . . . Tammy Arendt Nancy Bell Karen Bird Kathy Bond Cathy Bonham Sandy Calvin Sandy Dougherty Sherry Eihausen Ilona Fielding Alene Gardner JoAnn Grummert Nancie Hall Holly Holmstrom Mary lngenthrom Donna Jacobs Lisa Johnson Donna King Judy Kosena Jan MacMillan Kay McDaniels Carol McDonald Mary McGahey Cheryl McRae Cheryl Mueller Participation in the Modern Dance Club gives girls who are interested in dancing an opportunity for creative expression and recreation. At the weekly meetings, the girls work on dances for the All-School Show, the Wat- er Show, and the Gymnastic Circus. These projects and informal work with dance groups from other schools lead the girls closer to greater agility and perfect balance. MODERN DANCERS FIND EXPRESSION V ' ff, I Kristi Normark Linda Pedersen Jarganne Pickrel Gail Riddel Lin Shelhase Pat Scherrer Bobbie Singer Sandy Smith Lynn Whittenburg Michele Wagenhals Lois Schierbrock Judie Leisenring Sherri McCarthy Linda Best Mrs. Hamill President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor IIO Margie Foehl Shonnie Mugleston Candy Wild . Travis Garvin Pat Shehan Vice-President President Britt Persson sings Swedish folk songs. Carol Archer Bruce Bell Lin Bennett Pam Bodney Kathy Bond Sarah Bowler Lynn Cameron Pam Carmichael Pat d'Avila Tom d'Avila Peggy Edwards Jackie Fox Becky Frank RosemaryiC-Egg,-' a uiry Carol Hardwick Marsha Harrington Bev Henkell Bruce Huesman Judy Jackson Mary Sue Marshall Sally McCammon Karla Ore Gail Pelsue Charlotte Preston Janet Schumacher Laurie Stevins Scott Swaggart Chuck Todd Linda Warneke FCDLK SINGERS HCDLD HCDCDTENANNIES Picture' Not Available Ann Lawrence Kit Fuchs Mr. McGregor Secretary-Treasurer ICC Representative Sponsor Students who enjoy hootenannies find the Folk Song Club their ideal group. lt meets twice a month to conduct songtests. In addi- tion, the members learn the history of this kind ot music and the technique of playing the guitar. Folk Song Club held two all-school hoot- enannies, one in the tall and another in the early spring. Members sing and play informally at meetings. WATER BALLERINAS PERFORM IN RED CROSS WATER SHOW Mrs. Dorsey Hamill Carol McDonald Sponsor President Barbara Gunnerson Kippy Crocker Marianne Brofhers Vice-Presidenf Secretary Treasurer Timing and enthusiasm are elements of perfect formation. Aqualine poses poolside Aciualina specializes in synchronized swimming. Under The direcfion of Mrs. Dorsey Hamill, The c ub sponsor, The members pracTice sw'mming skills once a week. The club offers The op- porT niTy for sTuclenTs inTeresTed in swi ming To develop creaTive expression, originaliTy, and imag naTion. Every spring The Aqualinas, ialong wiTh The Tadpoles, puT on a waTer show in The school pool. This acTiviTy gives The swimmers a chance To display Their skill in The waTer, Thus giving The girls a goal To work for in pracTice. In accordance wiTh The fifTieTh anniversary of The American Red Cross, eighT members of The Aqualina Club performed in a ciTy-wide waTer show. ' Cindy Baughman Betty Blair KaThy Bond PaT Bruce Linda Burley Mary Burrus Nancy Curtis Sandy Dougherfy l 1 Holly Holmsfrom Judie Leisenring Joanne McGee Ellen Myers Beth Rider PaTfy Riley Joan Rudolph Bernifa Selvy Janet Dodd Becky Spangler Drummond Laura Sfimson Sandy Guir Heidi Wursr el' . . av,-.f Janet Brothers Beverly Heller Sue Brown Mrs. .larrett President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor TADPOLES SWIM AND STAY FIT Thomas Jefferson Tadpoles are a group of girls who are interested in water activities and in staying fit. Through the club, they improve their swimming ability, practice sportsmanship, and participate in recreational days with other schools. This year Tadpoles held a play day with Lincoln High School and participated in the annual water show, in addition to racing and swimming laps at their regular meetings. They look pretty good wet, too . . . Lynn Bahrych Nancy Beirich Kristen Bell Debbie Black LLb,bie.B.0Qr.en, Sarah Bowler Marianne Brothers Paula Brown Jeannette Bush Kippy Crocker Pam Curtis Ann Davis Vicki DeShon Janet Dodd Sue Drummond Gay Gallemore Rosemary Gersten Jean Graunke Pat Guiltoyle Pam Gumz Lisa King Joan Latcham Cathy Lines Chris Luhe Kathy Mare-sh Margaret Marshall Mary Maxwell Anne Moorhead Ellen Myers Jill Nilson Ann Roebuck Jodie Rouse Barbara Spurlin Ginny Spurlin Martha Wiemann Becky Whalen "Swimmers, take your mark . . ." Stop! Richard Alberg Chris Ashcraft Betty Bauman Diane Bradley Janice Binney Art Brumer Jack Barnes Nancy Barnes Kit Beach Nancy Beirich Clark Blackwood Betty Blair Kay Bogle Paul Bolles Art Bowman Jay Browne Charlotte Burdette Greg Burdick Sara Busley Linda Ann Butler Brian Campbell Jim Chandler Bill Chasson Caroline Cleaveland Robbie Coe Deidra Cogswell Warren Cohen Ron Cowen Diana Cottrell Jeanine Crandall Ski club member Nancy Maresh whizzes by to win downhill slalom at Winter Park. TJ SKIERS INFEST SLOPES Kippy Crocker Nancy Curtis Pam Curtis Ann Davis Wendy Decker Donna Defibaugh Sandy Dougherty Merrie Dunham Susan Drummond Jake Easton Mary Eckels Terry Elrod Randy Flausberg Randy Fox Gay Gallemore Alene Gardner Lulu Gemmill Ron Gilligan Paul Gregg Roxie Guertner Steve Grogan Bonnie Guzofsky Kathie Hainer Steve Haines Bob Hall Carol Hardwick John Harris James Hartman Cheryl Hicks By far the largest and most active club in school is the ski club, formally known as the Senior High Tyrolifch Jumpers. lt pro- vides transportation to various ski areas near Denver, such as Arapahoe, Loveland, and Vail, furnishes instruction, and sponsors a racing team. Skiing is an important facet of the Denverite's life, and the ski club is an important facet of a Spartan's life. iiiivve Suzi Razatos Libbie Booren Jan Patron Vicki DeShon President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Donna Curtis l Jeff Booton Mr. Cutting Mr. Sorenson Business Manager Business Manager Sponsor Sponsor Cindy Hokf Steve Naylor Holly Holmstrom Stuart Hoover Bruce Hueseman T Lisa Johnson Cathy Kaplan Judy Kerr Donna King Nancy Kirk Judy Kosena Linda Lightburn J Fred Lindquist Dianne Lont Linda Lyons Kathleen Maestas Stephanie Malkewicz Gary Mammel X Mary Marshall i George Mathes Susan Matthews Ann Mavris Richard Montague John Moody Debbie Mugleston Kathleen Mussett Sally McCammoni Patricia McCoy Mike McDonald Mike McElvain Peggy McEwen Brian McLaren Dick Nelson Jill Nilson Jim Olmstead Laura Olson Millie Olson John Palley Ray Palmquist Gerald Parkhill Pat Parkhill Lewis Patten Cindy Patton Susie Patton Gail Pelsue Mike Perkin Barbara Polivnick Kathy Porter Sue Raiter Tom Randolph Dave Rathburn Karleen Ray Nancy Rich Lois Schierbock Bernita Selvy Bob Sees Lorie Shapiro Linda Shilvock Steve Shraiberg Brent Smith Steve Smith Ginny Spurlin Connie Spurlock Susie Stark Thud Steck Robert Stimson Jane Stubbs Leslie Thomas Ward Thompson Liz Thornley Karin Thurman June Thurstin Greg Treverton Sue Turner Holly Tyner Dave Vaughn Bob Venuti Jan Vittum Doug Voris Michele Waggenhals Debbie Watson Marc Waliser Mike Ward Peter Wickman Vicki Wilfley Russ Winters Linda Whalen Steve Wheeler Martha Wiemann Tom Wither John Wren if-"' Experienced ski club members instruct beginners ii -ii Mimi Kile President Mr Charles Beck Sponsor l l so vi g Mr. Bob Dutton Sponsor 'Yi fi' AW'1' II8 JUNIUR JUMPERS HEAD fl , i l. , , in WEST f ,W flfgy' Jul? ll' My Vllji y In f fr" g :iw W fair? I JL' A I 13 Ms ,J i ' 1 4.1.14 ,lb K- M Q I, wi jimi Iwi. 1 yu f . :Q 'kv' ,a5?i7l' N X A JM .4 ,QV- ' I lj!! U iw' i i sf 'x 'v 1 X . , ' 3 -, W Basicisnow-plowito precision wedeln occupy hours of pleasure Satugf daysifor 'iyxlolfch Jumpers-the junior high ski club. q'Fo theirdismay of ski enthusiasts, lack of early winter snow prevented western' travel. .lack Frost and the North Wind' revived taining hearts at approximately Winter Intermission. Two weeks' heaven-just meant tor skis!ifTrips to the near-by slopes have provided for the mammoth club bliss, tired days, and sunburns. Jeff Agers Clifton Arbuckle Dan Arbuckle Lois Ann Arbuckle Paul Arendt Kathy Ashton Betty Barton Marsha Bartlett Jeff Bayer Craig Behrent Kristin Bell Bob Best Susan Boardman Eddie Bogie Mark Booren Paula Brown Jim Brown Carolyn Brumbaugh Nancy Brumer Lois Burchett Gary Burton LaDonne Bush K-Lynn Cameron Teri Campbell Height and speed exhilarate skiers l Kenneth Carlson Cathy Canpenter Betsy Carloll Mike Chandler Robey Clark Thomas Coffman Rick Cow' n Robert Cjwen Steve COX Don Craiilt Liz Crocker Kristine anielsen Skip Davi Mary De on Mike DeShon Bob Dumler Tom Dumler Margy Eckels Carl Ernst Karen Fisher Marilyn Fllory Michael Forman Jackie Fox Jeanie Frank Rebecca Frank Scott Gallemore Carolyn Garcia Rgsemar o n o X stein Phil Goo' in st re JoAnn GLM :S 55 ft Gfege xx' ..- " ,..L., rc ar n AMD5' 6U"2 Cheryl Hyanson l Douglas HgcjyviclQ T "i' C ha'Fles"Ha rtman Stephen Hayes Crystal Hibbs Gene Hill Karen Hohing Marilynne Hokr Charles Hoo er P MW HQQMeL..,.x Rick Johnson -W "J Cheryl Jones Janet J uhnke PeteLlCBs-t'- ' f-5 Georgia Kirk Q Kathleen Koch Bill Kosena Bob Kosena Frank Laird Stephanie Laird Dan Litttnrff-if, afan Lauterbach Mike Lauterbachfj fi Joanne Lesagef Chrislinsfedt Jan Lutz Gary Lyons Theresa Maestas Kathy Maresh Steven Matthews Jeffery Melnick Janet Menard Debbie Mincer B y Miller Ste Miller e Miller Skier perfects slalom Q Luitalses JHWYQ , if Diana Mitchell Mary Morris Barbara Mosher Margo Mueller Susan Musick Ken Mussett Theresa McCormick Elbert McCoy Nancy Nagel Joanne Nilson Bob Nowlin Ilene Obstfeld Bob Olmsted Sami Ousley Susan Oviatt Bill Owens Susan Palmer Kip Patton Patty Porter Charlotte Preston Robert Pringle Sheryl Ralston Ron Reardon Gemma Rice Betsy Richmond Kathy Rodman Pat Rouse t Patti Rouse M5,fffl.RQQfI'3.' ' -' , V L V-Agia, 2' Q-Debf' ' K bie-Sanclersr+i?i'L V Determination Debra Saviers X Q4 2 , iff, 1 ' J f fx yr N. I X X- HL' L 1 ,N W John Schmidt Chuck Selvy Sue Shirk Dick Skeen Michael Snow David Sondrup Barbara Spurlin Richard Spurlin Gretchen Staley Linda Stapleton Laurie Stevens Patricia Stirling Rick Stirling Mike Thornsburry Cathy Thrash Jim Tilly Helen Tyner Karen VanWelden Ron Vaughn Janelle Vivian Brent Weber Jan Weimar Debbie Welch Vicki Lee Wilfley Lynn Williams .l ITVVTL-SFTX-X Q Merrill Wilson f' Debbie w le-X Carson Wood Randy Wren II9 KEGLERS ROLL ON TO VICTORIES Bowling is fast becoming the nation's number-one sport. Attesting to the popularity of this national pastime is the Thomas Jefferson senior high bowling club. Bowling clubs are set up by the Recreation Department of the Denver Public Schools tor after-school recreation, competition and the learning of the fundamental rules of bowling. Various teams from the league participated in matched bowling against East, George Washington, Manual, Lincoln and South. The local rollers came out winners in three of the tour matches. End-of-year activities included a banquet at Colorado Bowl where trophies were presented to winning teams and individuals. Membership in the club is open to any senior high stu- dent. Concentration makes for perfect execution. Ken Aylsworth President Jill Beebe Vice-President ix., if-wk: . ima 'sq , V sch , eg., . I Mike Welch Secretary i i i Rick Kahm Treasurer Bill Kress L ICC Representative Q Mr. Mason Sponsor i N N A rather difficult split-she didn't quite hit it! Carol Perry Dianne Mulhausen Jan Gilkison John Yackey Mike Balzano Dave Rathbun Harvey Sniegowski Larry Ziegler Alan Thomas Margie Fochl Sandra Gigliotti Nancy Layden Karen Thompson Diana Richards June Ball Mari Brown Natalie Winiarcyk Mike Hawkinson Dave Hentzell Chuck Saxton Ray Cozad Dick Frantz Jim Stewart Patti Stark Chris Hendrickson Lou Easton Scoring is what counts. I Mgr Q si was I iv-gag jj, fcsc T 'M a T r T 4-If N T ' c y.-9 g , lk In f '. T Barbara Trobaugh Sandy Clark Melba Collins President Vice-President Secretary Michelle Graves Leslie Moore Miss Lehman Treasurer Game Manager and SPOHSOI' Sgt.-at-Arms GIRL SPORTS CDRGANIZE FORMALLY Officers confer before meeting. Girls interested in speedball, volleyball, basketball, and softball are provided the op- portunity to participate actively in these by membership in Spartanettes, the girls' sports club at TJ. Club members also met once a month for a special activity, such as swim- ming and bowling. Members wear distinctive gold sweaters with big brown letters. As money-making projects they sold popcorn balls and unique "tote bags." Through frequent competition in sports the girls develop good sportswomanship, interest in athletics, and muscles! Cheryl Beckwith Jeanne Frank Dianna Jackson Karen Kulp Mary Sue Marshall Wendy Morris Diane Reynolds Bernita Selvy Sandi Swick Lin Thyfault Diane Wenger Upsy daisy . , . Barb Benson Pat Bruce Diana Darley Sally Hogarth Linda Hughes Sandy Lawrence Kathy Musset Carole Nordstrom Julie Trujillo Spartanettes-girl athletes. MELODIOUS VOICES COMBINE IN CONCERT CHOIR Under The direction of Mr. McGregor, the Thomas Jefferson Concert Choir held three concerts in the tall, winter, and spring, open To The public, as well as The Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter assemblies. During The Christmas season The members of Concert Choir caroled in the school halls and at Cherry Creek shopping center. They also appeared on Channelo. Mr. McGregor Director Janet Schumacher Suzi Bennett Linda Coffey Jim Nasi T President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Chaplain Front row, left to right: Sandy Gigliotti, Susu Kile, Sue Raiter, Roxie Guertner, Pat D'Avila, Annette Carter, Linda Coffey, Susi Hawkinson, Betty Bauman, Joan Culp Kathy Gardalen, Vicki Hart, Karen Paladino, Sherri Sherlock. Row 2: Janet Schumacher, Lauri Anderson, Joan Norburg, Kay McDaniel, Denise Atkinson, Kit Fuchs, Anr Lawrence, Suzi Bennett, Leanne Fenton, Marge Brown, Ann Marris, Diane Kramer, Peggy Edwards. Row 3: Judy Baldon, Jennifer Reeves, Dee Buckley, Bob Westby Jon Sundell, John Entsminger, Dick Frantz, Mike Hagan, Jim Scrivner, Bruce Bell, Fred -Steck, Scott Swaggart, Linda Brenning, Carol Archer, Donna Defibaugh, Chery Hansen. Row 4: Mike McElvain, Charlie Marsalis, Lewis Patton, Bob Marshall, Steve Naylor, Larry Smith, Jim Justice, Roger Stransbury, Jim Nasi, John Harris, Travi: Garvin, Don Stcokey, Randy Fox, Glenn Roberts, Bruce Hueseman, Mike McCue, Larry Lesser, Rick Kahm. l24 Chris Grant Steve Ashton Bob Miller Rich Cole Bob Tipton John Harris Clive Grant Mark Benson Paul Bernard Jeff Davis Dave Eland Larry Idol Larry Maib Brad Pelsue Al Roth Steve Voorhees Ken Wirtz Dick Hays Dan Bernstein Several Show Band members practice for the All-School Show Sl-IOVV BAND ATTENDS JAZZ FESTIVAL Show Band played for the All-School Show and at several other engagements this year. Members favored Stan Kenton type arrangements and played mostly jazz. They attended a Jazz Festival on March 14, where they played and heard other bands The show band performed an original number by Stan Kenton's arranger, Johnny Richards, called Prelude to a Cadence." GIRLS' ENSEMBLE PERFGRM y FGR SCHGGL l 4 i l Cathy Rudolph Mary Tatum Mary McGahey l PfeSidef1t Vice-pfesldenl Secfefafy-treasurer Senior high girls founcl an opportunity to l continue Training in musicianship, music l appreciation, song study, ancl direction of l group singing by participating in Girls' En- 1 semble. They sang in various assemblies l and concerts throughout the year, incluoling the Christmas program, December 18. Susie Enders Chaplain Mr. McGregor Director Front row, left to right: Susan Zaffore, Stella Williams, Diana Richards, Suzie Thome, Carole Wilson, Randy Flansburg, Lin Schellhase, Cheryl McRae, Nancy Goldstein, Susie Enders. Middle row: Pam Boutwell, Cathy Rudolph, Pat Wallace, Vicky Wesin, Sheila Hailpern, Mary McGahey, Debbie Draper, Cindy Anderson, Gaye Herring, Carla Montrose. Back row: Joanne Ethington, Linda Vance, Kathy McClure, Gail Riddell, Nancy Swan, Terry Clark, Mary Tatum, .loan Wray, Ann McBrayer, Sharon Pl'1illlPS, MSFY lngenthron. I26 FROSH ENJOY CHORUS nt row, left to right: Marie Fielder, Sharman Wright, l.aDonne Bush, Kris Bell, Alice Williams, Brad Winsted, Douglas Kemper, Penny Fuller Mlm: Kile Linda Kennedy E Sylvester, Rosemary Gersten, Connie Heydon, Marilyn Yates. Middle row: Jackie Fox, Kathy Ashton, Peggy Smith, Sandra Griggs Joyce Settle John Bennett Ron in, Ben Truiillo, Nancy Black, Dori Bruhin, Bev Henkell, Jany Timmons, Vicki Collins, Kitty Howard, Janis Sloan. Back row: Nancy Brumer Jean Graunke Linda Weil 'ret Barrett, Pat Stirling, Julie Engstrom, Cory Guard, Marian Lauterbach, Mary Megill, Cheryl Boren, Sandy Colson, Anne Hommon, Brenda Culp Donna Fahy Freshmen participating in the 9th Grade Chorus find a double advantage in it. It is both a class and a performing group. Members gain experience and further interest in music. 9th Grade Chorus sang in the Christmas Assembly. John Bennett President Kathy Ashton Vice-president Mr. McGregor Director CONCERT ORCHESTRA PRODUCES SWEET SOUNDS t i l Under their new director, Mr. Aldo Lallo, the Concert Orchestra presented more concerts this year than any previous year. Their t talented and spirited performances and their variety ot music made T each concert enjoyable. The Orchestra exchanged concerts with other Denver high schools and performed at several elementary schools this year. i Mr. Lallo Director 5' e C si s i T 'T First row, left to right: Jan Janitschke, Malinda Dronenburg, Marty Hazel, Barbara Spurlin, Saskia Paap CVice-Presidentl, Paula Bernstein, Diane Wenger, John Dunhar lPresiden1J. Second row: Tim Heydon, Judy Jackson, Jane Gehr, Victor Janitschke, Linda Woodward, Ann Marshall, Wendy Decker, Ethel Sayer, Marilyn McCurdy, Dav Stout. Third row: Sally Hayward lSecretaryJ, Sandy Dougherty, Barbara Wasson, Suzanne Wasson, Bruce Miller, Brad Pelsue, Millie Olson, Joe Dunn, Dave Eland, Jane Braly Joan Norburg, Pat Morgan, John Pinkston, Steve Novak, Paul Bernard, Al Roth. Fourth row: Mr. Al Lallo, John Sundell, Lucky Mosko, Steve Ashton, Bruce Baker, Paw Ruid, Jim Scrivner, Warren Young, Chris Grant, Rich Cole, Jeff Davis, Dick Hayes, Dan Bernstein, John'Harris. I28 CONCERT BAND MERITS APPRECIATION rst row, left to right: Millie Olson, Brad Pelsue, Jim Tarr, Dave Eland Kay McDaniel Jane Braly Pat Morgan Joan Norburg Second row Roger lsberg John Winsted ndy Milne, Susie Hawkinson, Jim Bonham, Steve Roberts, Jim Scrrvner Warren Young Joe Dunn Barb Clemensen Linda Eland Laura Olson Third row Bob Dorsett Don Dell Sandy Swick, Bob Parsons, Alan Day, Bob Tipton, Larry Maib John Coleman Dave Eland Clive Grant Back row Mr AI Lallo ldirectori Jon Sundell Steve Moska rner Fielding, Gary Pinkston, Bruce Baker, Steve Ashton Paul Ruud Bill Gewbow Dick Hentzell Cliff lsberg Gary Baker Chris Grant Rich Cole Jeff Davis Mark nson Mike Hawkinson, Tom Eggleston, Ken Carlson, Brian Miller Larry Idol Ellen Sobol Dick Hayes Dan Bernstein John Harris Not Shown Carla Andrews Ron Cowen ss Erb, Jim Graunke, Paul Gregg, Bob Miller. The skill and versatility of Con- cert Band enabled it to bring life and variety to our assemblies and concerts this year. The Football Band, which includes most of the members of the Concert Band, marched for the first time in half- time demonstrations at Homecoming and in Memorial Day Parade in the spring. The show band, unique to Thomas Jefferson a m o n g Denver schools, held a jazz concert in March. Several members of the Concert Band were chosen to perform in the All-City Band. Spirited horns Lt. Col. Ramsay, USA !Ret.j Major Dawson, USA lRet.j l N.D.C.C. Young men in The ninth Through twelfth grades are encouraged to participate in the National Defense Cadet Corps, a program designed to acquaint the youth of Amer- ica with the ideals of American patriotism, respect for flag, military discipline, and service to school and community. An important part of school life is fulfilled with cadets presenting colors at assemblies and home basketball games, and assisting with ushering at school shows, plays, and athletic events. Lt. Col. Larry Lesser Major Tom Goff "We'll do just like they did in the Panama Canal Zone. If they won't let us post the colors, we'll riot!" Military drill and discipline are a part of the training offered to cadets in NDCC. Drills such as above are part of the city-wide competition held each spring at Washington Park. Presenting colors and leading the student body in pledge of allegiance to the flag are part of the honor of being a member of the NDCC color guard. The precision-like presentations added much to the flavor of school assemblies, PTA programs and athletic events. l3I i i l i Lt. Col. Carol Reese Ifourth from leftl is head of the Honorary Cadets. These cadets are nominated by the boys themselves. Girls must possess a 3.0 average and be able to type. Candidates for the honor are asked to give speeches to selected members of the faculty and are judged for acceptance. Above, left to right, are Mai. Dianne Wilson, Capt. Charlene Wolf, Ist Lt. .loan Hudiburgh, Lt. Col. Reese, Capt. Jan Therrell, Ist Lt. Roberta Reiff, 'lst Lt. Jeannine Crandall, and Mai, Suzi Bennett. One of the outstanding events of the year is when junior Honorary Cadets are presented to the faculty. "Old hands" plan and are hostesses at a tea in the social room. Junior cadets also bring their parents as honored guests. Sojourners annually sponsor a speech contest among all senior cadets. Entries from Thomas .lefferson's preliminary contest were Larry Lesser, Dianne Wilson, Carol Reese and Jan Therrell. Carol Reese represented Thomas Jefferson military department in the final contest March 8. Part of the NDCC function at Thomas Jefferson is raising and retrieving the colors each day. Carol Reese and Larry Lesser received their Lt. Col. commissions at the annual military ball held af Brown Palace West November 8. Pictured with them is Lt. Col. Ramsay, commandant of cadets. SPCDRTS Q Sf, ' Laiiffnik , W.,-,XM M304 ' f- ' ' fr .V 4 , v I Iii k' f V -,Y , g3.,x3,fv:', . - '- U12 WX 1 K NY x V! Chas. Andresen All-City Halfback Co-Captain E .'. L Gary Hebenstreit Hfkfrr-. . . - ,1...w- K 2... sif51iQf5'iE:!fTi ss, ':. -NRE' fF"Zf:fZ'FS"W',i-i ww, , 'ff-"-ff' .lee-eng. 1. 1 !j,'1.jrf.,.,L M ,, V t ,. 4 -.Q Q: Q 1Zff'.i.f43'.'74 YH Biff" 1 -gs, , f - ,fu 3 .3 sl . 1' . -'W 1 K ,. A . " .lf-feat ff N . -.iw - it ws' . .,A.f--is-.asf-at-,M w L' A'4lm'8aW"'ff fi ' .' 4 'f-If-i'.fl7?i:H'!'-'F' '93""7i'f'T1'f2 - 3'-5' f f :spew N 2 ' 4' gn 'ff-r: ,Q w.:':.:'-.'rg 41.- " vewvf gr "ir-fi-.:we,. . , M - .Q ,..1., ef .g, , .. .a T Frank Welker Bob Connelly Second All-City Guard Second All-City Center Co-Captain JEFFERSON OPENS SEASON WITH PROMISE TJ opened the season with impressive victories over two non-league opponents. The Spartans defeated Cherry Creek 21-T3 in the opening game of the season. They then went on to thrash Wheat Ridge the fol- lowing week 27-O. A consistent running offense enabled TJ to score both victories. Opening the league season against George Washington, the Spar- tans were defeated l2-6. Both teams showed excellent defensive ability, but lacked the ability to develop a long offensive attack. With the score tied and only a few minutes remaining in the game, Bob Wilson's pass to Russ Klein was deflected and intercepted by a Patriot defender who ran the ball to the Spartan 43-yard line. The Patriots then drove the ball over for winning touchdown in the closing minutes of the game. All City Halfback, Chas. Andresen, takes a hand-off into the line against George Washington. g STANDINGS Won Lost Tied East 7 0 0 Lincoln 5 l 7 Washington 4 T 2 South 4 2 7 JEFFERSON 3 4 O North 2 5 O West 0 6 7 Manual O 6 T Paul Bernard Fullback TJ. Defeated by South A Gary Hebenstriet PAT attempt, deflected by a South player proved the turning point in T.J.'s 7-6 loss to her traditional rival. South's only touchdown came on a recovered Spartan fumble on the TJ. fourteen-yard line. Three plays later South was leading 7-O. In the third period, TJ. managed its only deep penetra- tion of South territory when the Spartans drove in for the score. Junior quarterback Rich Kramer took the ball over from the one-yard line, mak- ing the final score 7-6. Bob Wilson Quarterback Tom Brockman Tackle Bob Hiester Halfback I gi c .lack Hyland Guard Russ Klein End Paul Bernard skirts right end against East. T..l. Loses to East-Defeats West East showed its championship form in their T2-6 victory over the Spartans. T.l's only score came when junior tackle Dick Montgomery broke through East's line on a fourth down play and blocked a punt by Dave Babbs. Jake Easton, who also broke through on the play, scooped up the ball and ran it into the end zone. East's X. Nady scored both the Angel touchdowns, scoring on runs of I and 3 yards. Thomas .lefferson's first league win came at the hands of the West High Cowboys. The Spartans defeated the Cowboys 57-6 to move out of the league cellar. The Spartans gained a total of 406 yards on the ground to finish the game with eight touchdowns, three of them Bob Leisk Guard Chas Andresen s h 0 w s his All-City form in a diving tackle of a West ball carrier. by junior Jack Tieman. Other scorers were Bob Wil- son, Bob Leisk, Bob Heister, Jake Easton, and Paul Bernard. l l Varsity Downs North for Homecoming TJ celebrated a successful Homecoming by downing the North Vikings 73-O. The Vikings failed to penetrate deeper than the TJ 23-yard line, although they recovered three Spartan fumbles and nabbed two errant passes. The Spartan scores came on a one-yard plunge by senior half- back Chas Andresen and a 28-yard scamper by junior quarterback Bob Wilson. The Spartans concluded the season by losing their final game to the Lincoln Lancers 27-19. The first Lancer score came when Chas Andresen's punt was blocked and recovered by a Lincoln player in the end zone. Andre- sen then ran the following kick-off back 78 yards for a touchdown. The score at the half was Lincoln 74 and the Spartans 73. The game turned into a defensive battle following another Lancer touchdown in the third quarter. The Spartans then closed out on an 8-yard Rich Kramer to Russ Klein pass. Rich Kramer Quarterback Jim Bixler Center Pat .larrell End VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM L. to R., First row: J. Booten, R. McRae, L. Blair, C. Andresen, P. Bernard, R. Watson, B. Hiester, B. Schumacher, B. Kramer, J. Tieman, B. Wilson, P. Cohen, Coach Don Day. Second row: T. Gill, G. Taylor, B. Connelly, C. Biork, C. Sorensen, J. Bixler, J. Hyland, B. Leisk, J. Wren, F. Welker, D. Stookesberry, Coach Ken Hughes. Third row: Coach Gene Wurtz, J. Pinkston, P. Jarrell, J. Speckman, R, Klein, T. Brockman, R, Chandler, T. Miller, B. Trout, G. Habenstreit. JUNIORS TIE FOR SIXTH Under the able leadership ot Coach Ken Hughes, the junior varsity showed its potential for future varsity games. Next year's varsity should be greatly strengthened by the addition of the junior varsity players. STANDINGS Won Lost Tied Washington 7 O South 51 1 l East 3 2 2 Lincoln 3 3 l Manual 2 4 l JEFFERSON 2 5 North 2 5 West I 5 7 I40 STANDINGS Won Lost Tied East 7 0 Washington 4 7 2 Lincoln 4 3 North 3 4 JEFFERSON 2 4 I South 2 4 7 Manual 2 4 7 West O 6 7 L. to R., First row: D. Link, B. DeLange, S. Waln. Second row: D. Whetstone, J. Entsminger, R. Myers, J. Williams, B. Swiebel. INJURIES PLAGUE SOPHGMORES The Sophomore Football team experienced only a fair season, winning two, losing four and Tying one. Injuries of several players cost The team a chance for a more successful season. L. to R., First row: S. Roberts, M. Harper, G. Pinkston, R. Erwin, B. DeLange, J. Stryker, S. Waln, S. Wheeler. Second row: J. Granke, R. Allen, W. Thompson, R. Coe, T. Randolph, P. Davis, B. Humpherys, C. Phillips, F. Lindquist, D. Link, J. Palley, J. Woeller. Third row: Coach Dick Golder, C. lsberg, G. Wilimek, A. Hiester, A. Christen, D. Whetstone, G. Williams, J. Entsminger, B. Venuti, B. Swiebel, J. Edwards, R. Meyers, Coach Myron Willett. ' ' 1 iiii 11i1 in un ana- .nn -gn: smirk' P wa 84 Chris Grant Bob Reynolds Greg Treverton All-City All-City Captain Golf Team Takes City Thomas Jefferson's outstanding golf team this year went through the entire season undefeated. They began the season by winning the l Championship in the City Medal Tournament in which the low scores posted by the teams is the determining factor for the league standing. In match play, which determines the final standing for the league, Thomas Jefferson won an impressive victory by winning 25 matches pions for the past three years, 4 to O, to clinch the City championship. Only two boys to gain All-City recognition were Chris Grant lCaptaini and Bob Reynolds, who, as a team, have never been defeated in match play. Doug Hebard Bob Kramer Alan Reeves STANDINGS Won , JEFFERSON 25 ' 2 South 19 ' G. Washington 19 A. Lincoln 77 East I6 North 7 1 West 7 Manual D and losing only 3. They defeated George Washington, the City cham- Lost 3 9 9 li 12 17 23 28 Steve Novak Daryl Fengler Golfers Shovv Overall Strength Besides Chris and Bob, eight other golfers lettered, senior Bruce Roof and juniors Dan Brumbaugh, Daryl Fengler, Doug Hebard, Bob Kramer, Steve Novak, Alan Reeves and Greg Treverton. The second team, which lost a lone match to North, a match that went 20 holes, is made up of Doug Hebard and Greg Treverton. The third team consisting of Bob Kramer and Alan Reeves, and the fourth team consisting of Steve Novak and Daryl Fengler, each losing only one match during the season. L. to R., First row: Coach Gordon Learned S N k Bruce Roof Dan Brumbaugh D. Hebard, A, Reeves, L. to R., Secon B. Reynolds, G. Treverton, D. Brumbaugh, and D. Fengler. ,Af . . r N- 4 ' ,NWI N.-1. K " ig-ll?" - 3A'x:1l ' :rv W. . .fr we "Q . - ' in . , - . ' J , . , Tama.. , . ,M ' wi ,,.,.,,....,,,,.,,,. 'A A W . - . I fs- . :fam J --Q' , . "" T 2 L 1 ' ' -3 gf ilu-,., , Q V J ,A - D : '- K 'W A-....'5f?3P+ ,,. -?f'f7-f1'- "2 51 rg - fwf r ' ' v- ' J, f -r':,,:m J'-:' -,1 'yt T -- 3 .. .,. ,s h is :lg-"2ff1'C'r'1w-. cr., .L " 4 -1' . vw wa'-fd. 'Lama-1.Q '1.-.f- "ix: V ,. , , f, W, .V .,.,+,,..--Y ag'gLg,'5,w,N-i..,Ll ,.,,fr!25Q:,,+..,.. wi' , V., 5: -','f.'Z :f,.1 .. '1 ,. ., .4a ff' i ' f".'5.'2!iS.fsNHF?.rf.6'-0'?l'4'lTa' F'fff.'a1'.-5 " ' , H ' 5.,""'f 'w':'-4,1 1 W , , .NZM 4 Z ni5,Q,3:E,,,p',5..9n5rZ ., !,.:M3,,,Wb,p?f9' .J .i.,i11i'Q 'N 'iff' 1 use 'mf 's w f . 2 " ' Jay Browne Bill McElyea Cliff Thompson Capfain Cross-Counfry Runners Take Third in CiTy-FourTh in STaTe The Thomas Jefferson Cross-Counfry Team, coached by Gorden Learned, enjoyed a successful sea- son climaxed by finishing Third in The Cify meeT and fourfh in The STaTe meef. A ToTal for Twenfy-Three Teams competed in The TJ division in The Stafe Meet. The Team capfain, senior Jay Browne, sefa school record of 7:47.5 for The mile and one half course aTSouTh High School. Top row: L. to R., Coach Learned, Jeff Mason, Allan Gray, Russ Erb, Bill McElyea, Jay Browne, Cliff Thompson, Bill Chassom. BoTTom row: Dave Bruner, Don O'Dell, Lonney Andrews, John Camerson, Loren Blaney. I44 Lincoln East JEFFERSON North South Manual Washington West Points 27 43 57 62 80 96 96 1 17 The five boys that made up the team finishing third in the city and fourth in the state were: L. to R Cliff Thompson, Jay Browne, Bill McElyea, John Cameron, and Don O'Dell. Cross Country Letters Six The highlight of the season was a fourth place in the Denver Invitational Cross-Country meet. Out of the twenty four teams competing, Thomas Jefferson was only beaten by City Champion Lincoln, State Champion East, ancl Aurora Central High School. The six Iettermen were: seniors Jay Browne, Bill McElyea, Cliff Thompson, John Cameron, and sophomores Allan Gray and Don O'Dell. John Cameron Allan Gray Don O'Dell L. to R.: G. Lowe, B. Danks, R. Morris, B. Therrell, H. Vaughn, S. Hammill, C. Ralston. Netters Capture Fourth Having a mildly successful season, finishing fourth in the city with a record of twenty-three wins and nineteen losses. A total of ten boys lettered. The senior lettermen were Terry Hawk, Bob Larson, Bill Newcomer, Bill Danks, Greg Lowe, and Chuck Ralston. The junior lettermen were Roger Morris and Herschel Vaughn. The two sophomores who lettered were Bob Therrell and Steve Hammill. Coach Learned -......i , ll .wr - East Washington South JEFFERSON North Lincoln Manual West ,L .ft l Terry Hawk Co-Captain "L 5 x . ZX ,tix i vile ' , ' r Q r . -fQ.' rg-393' W ,,-mtg FMS jaw 1,1-an Jmagtsvk :wh 3. ,1M,:f'r"'3 HW' i., 1- , ,- f- ., YV f 'A' 'I "K' in W' 'W . ,. ' Y Self-H' T' 'J-3 a iqgflsw Bill Newcomer Bob Larson Co-Capfain Chuck Ralsfon Herschel Vaughn CAGERS FINISH SIXTH DESPITE STRONG OFFEIXISIVE BURSTS Showing good strength in Their three pre-season games, the TJ varsity basketball team won two, beating Littleton and Westminister, while losing a close game to Almeda, 56-55. TJ Splits With Lincoln In their opening league game of the season, the Spartans lost to Lincoln, 80-73. The score tied the record for the most total points in a league game. Five Lincoln players and four from TJ scored in double figures. Junior Russ Klein led all players with 27 points. TJ started the second round by upsetting the Lancers 68-50. The Spartans held a slim 32-28 halftime lead, but with a balanced attack, they increased their margin in the third quarter, and held off the Lancers to coast to victory in the fourth stanza. Lancers wait for possible rebound of Russ KIein's shot. Coach Santi and the T964 Varsity Basketball Team. Terry Hawk Captain I48 Chris Grant Bob Wilson TJ Loses to Manual After racing to a 50-20 halftime lead, the Manual Thunderbolts went on to beat the Spartans, 82-62. Bob Wilson goes up for the tip-in againsf Manual Harry Holliness scored 28 points for the winners, GT the Arena- to lead all scores. In their second game with Thunderbolts, TJ made a better showing, but was still not able to come up with the victory, bowing 67-57. Rich Kramer goes in for a lay-up against Manual. Spartans Nip GW in Thrillers Both TJ-Washington games were climaxed by close finishes, with the Spartans coming out on top both times. In the first game at Washington, the Spartans rallied in the final minutes to pull through a 68-64 victory. Excessive fouling was costly to the Patriots as the Spartans put through 24 of 40 free throws. Trailing by as much as ten points in the third quarter, TJ again came from behind to beat Wash- ington by the narrow margin of 67-60. Trailing by three points with ten seconds, the Pats got the tip on a jump ball and scored two points, but could not do anything else before the final buzzer. I49 Rich Kramer Russ Klein T.J. Falls To WesT VVesT's Cowboys Took firsT period leads in bofh The TJ-Wesf games, buf had To Tight off fourTh quarfer rallies before winning 72-71 in The firsT game and 68-66 in The second. Rich Kramer and Bob Wilson led The Sparfans wiTh 20 and T9 poinTs respecTively in The firsT loss, while Terry Hawk had 27 poinTs in The second. Junior Russ Klein goes up for a shor againsr East with J R. Craig defending. Russ Klein and Terry Hawk go up for a rebound againsf WesT. EasT DefeaTs Spa rTans Showing Their championship form, EasT's Angels handed The Sparfans Two sTunning defeafs. ln The firsT game The Angels broke away from five early Ties To gain a 38-27 halffime lead. From There iT was easy go- ing as They increased Their lead To as much as 27 poinfs in The final quarTer before finally winning 77-58. In The second game East Took an early lead, and were never ThreaTened as They gained a 77-63 vicTory. STANDINGS Won Lost Easf T3 T Manual TO 4 Lincoln 7 7 Wesf 7 7 Norih 7 7 JEFFERSON 6 8 WashingTon 4 TO Soufh I 73 Spartans Get Revenge A last minute TJ rally fell short as North's Vikings grab- bed a 71-69 win in a game that saw Bob Wilson score 28 points before fouling out in the final minute. At the Spartan gym TJ made a better showing and avenged themselves of the first loss at the hands of the Vikings, by taking an early lead and breezing to a 78-43 victory. Record Tied By beating South 86-57, the basketball team not only ended the season on a winning note, but also tied the league record for the most points scored by a winning team. Led by Terry Hawk's 22 points, the Spartans had beaten the Rebels 77-62 in their first meeting. Chris Grant puts in a left-handed hook shot. Thomas Jefferson's varsity basketball team, coached by Mr. Gaston Santi, provided the TJ fans with a thrill-filled season. Excitement prevailed as the Spartans lost three games by less than 3 points. L. to R., Top row: R. Pritchard lMgr.J, B. Larson, J. Nast, C. Grant, T, Hawk, R. Klein, G. McCoy, Coach Sanh. Front row: J. Sullivan, G. Shahan, J. Troxell, A. Roth, B. Wilson, R. Kramer, C. Hooper fMgr.l. l5l L. to R., Top row: Coach Hughes, A. Reeves, J. Speckman, M. Jacobs, G. Randant, A. Brumer. Front row: D. Enewold, F. Dawson G. Turtle, D. Eland, D. Fengler. JV's Score Well, Place Second Under the direction of Mr. Ken Hughes, the junior varsity placed second, finishing behind George Washington. Showing astrong scoring punch, the team boasted of several players who will be important ad- ditions to next year's varsity. Coach Hughes discusses strategy with the team during a time out. STANDING East North JEFFERSON Lincoln Manual Washington West South Coach Day gives last minute instructions before the second half starts. Sophomores Finish High Jefferson's sophomores showed much basketball potential this season by placing third in the city. Behind the consistent scoring of Dick Whet- stone, Pat Jarrell, Ron McRae, and Brock Shafer, the team had an es- pecially potent offense. Coach Day taught the basketball fundamentals that the players will be using on the varsity and junior varsity teams in following yea rs. L. to R., top row: Coach Day, D. Whetstcne, B. English, P. Jarrell, D. Tall, B. Shafer, B. Mountioy. Front row: J. Woller lMgr.l, R McRae, M. Harper, S. Roberts, L. Hays, R, Myers, F. Brechtel, L. Skaer lMgr.j. 1 I 1 l53 Paul Bernard maneuvers to try and gain the advan- tage of an opponent. Wrestlers Work . Under the leadership of Coach Goodwin, the TJ varsity wrestling team had a fair season, finishing fifth in the city on the basis of dual match win-loss records. In the quali- fying meet for state, Gale Wilhelms was runner-up in the T80 pound class, and the only wrestler TJ sent to the state meet. Bob Leisk, Paul Bernard, Jack Hyland, and Bob Connelly all placed third in their respective weights. STANDINGS Team Won Lost Lincoln 7 0 North 6 l South 4 3 West 4 3 JEFFERSON 3 4 Washington 2 5 Manual 2 5 East 0 7 Paul Bernard Gary Hebenstreif 745 T65 Co-captain Co-captain L. to R., Top row: B. Connelly, J. Wren, J. Pinkston, S. Perry, G. Wilhelms, J. Hyland, G. Hebensfreit, P. Bernard, B. Leisk, J. Menard, Coach Goodwin. Second row S. Saxton lMgr.l, J. Kimsey, J. Taylor, F. Manthi, T. Gill, B. DeLange, R. Erwin, C. Biork, R. Wlnne CMgr.J. Front row: J. Miles, J. Lowe, J. Cameron, R. Winters, R Gilligan, T. Elrod, S. Hoover. l54 - . .- --.iw . . Finish Filth Guided by Coach Goodwin, the team spent many hours in diligent practice. The work paid off, for 77 boys lettered. This year's lettermen are John Miles, 95 pounds, John Lowe and Terry Elrod, 703, John Cam- eron and Jim Kimsey, 7 72, Bob DeLange, Russ Winters, and Jerry Taylor, 720, Fred Manthi, 727, Ron Erwin and Carl Bjork, 733, Bob Leisk, 738, Paul Bernard, 745, Jack Hyland, 754, Gary Hebenstreit, 765, Gale Wil- helms, 780, and Bob Connelly, Heavy Weight. Hyland demonstrates difficult hold. Coached by Mr. Wurtz, the B team gave valuable experience to boys for varsity competition next year. John Wren captured the 765 pound title in the city B Tournament, and should be an important asset to next year's varsity. ff .lilc ,., Carl Bjork struggles to tree himself from the grasp of a Lincoln opponent.- 'ff f' ' ' . J GZ ' s - 557 .tif f 5: W ,,,..L , - v WU z M 75 Y M-M p MJ ,......---,,,,s..+... 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Jim Shubin and Tom Chambers took second in the 700 yd. butterfly and the 50 yd. free style respectively. John Entsminger placed fourth in the 200 yd. Individual Medley and Thurs- ton Bybee took fifth in the T00 yd. Free Style. Mike McCue took fifth and Dennis Christensen took sixth in the 400 yd, Free Style to complete the scoring for TJ. L. to R., Top row: Coach Smith, M. McCue, B. Lutz, J. Davis, J. Entsminger, R. Hicks, J. Entsminger, G, Mathes, R. Swanson, D. Wolf, L. Orblom, K. Wirtz, B. Kramer E. Reginelli, R. Fox, B. Del.app, M. Wightman, T. Bybee, T. Chambers. Second row: D. Stout, F. Evans, J. Lawler, T. Snow, P. McCue, M. Hagan, B. Therrell, R. Coles R. Willson. Front row: S. Shehan, B. Owens, S. Voorhees, A. Bowman, J. Strycker, C. Stevenson, R. Perlman, J. Graunke, D. Christensen. l56 Tom Chambers John Entsminger Mike Wighfman Captain Frank Evans Third in State In The state meet not as many individuals placed, both the two relays placed high enough To give the team Third in The overall standings. The 200 yd. Free Style Relay composed of Jim Shubin, Thurston Bybee, Tony Warde, and Tom Chambers placed third while the 200 yd. Medley Relay composed of George Mathes, Brian Lutz, Mike Wightman, and Rick Willson Took fourth. Jim Shubin placed third in the TOO-yd. Butterfly and Frank Evans took third in the Diving to complete the individual scorers. Thurston Bybee being Timed by team secretary Donna Wolf STANDINGS Won Lost Washington 7 O JEFFERSON 6 l South 4 3 East 4 3 Lincoln 3 4 North 3 4 Manual i 6 West O 7 Track Having the largest turnout for track since . J , the school opened has brightened Coach Learned's hopes for a successful season. as - f Three returning Iettermen in the distances , r if ,f and middle distances, Paul Bernard, Marty .A A Mansfield, and Cliff Thompson make TJ L ' tough in these events. , W gy. , ., sf, , . P6Ul Befftafd Martin A. Mansfield Jr. and Cliff Thompson N..,...iq, . L. to R.: Marty Mansfield, Bill McElyea, Mike Wighfman, and Russ Erb. L. to R., Top row: M. Boyd, B. Venuti, J. Edwards, F. Lindquist, P. Davis, C. Ralston, J. Friend, B. Roof, J. Wren, R. Erb, Coach Learned. Second row: B. Chasscn, A. Hiester, D. Stout, B. McElyea, C. Thompson, A. Gray, J. Pinksfon, P. Wickman, R. Holmes. Front row: J. Palley, L. Andrews, J. Cameron, C. Biork, J. Browne, B. Trout, B. Therrell, A. Day. I58 3 4 I Bob Hiester takes a swing as the baseballers prepare to defend their title. Ted Gill reflects the enthusiasm shared by all the team members. , 195 Baseballers in Contention for City Title earff Cold March weather forces the baseball team inside for pre-season practices. Although graduation took many of the starting players from last year's city cham- pionship team, several team members who saw action last year returned to make this year's team a strong contender for the title. The team was well balanced with outstanding strength in the hitting department. l59 Lettermen Strengthen Gymnastics t .Www Tw s i i i I 8 as jf Chuck Baughman demonstrates difficult inverted cross Led by All-State gymnast Bob Fisher, returning letter- men make this year's team a threat to defending city champion Lincoln. All-City gymnast Chuck Baughman snatched the D.P.S. still ring title. Bob Fisher shows his All-State form on the side horse. Cheerleaders and Pom Pom Girls Boost Sparfan Spirifs I ,' 'M sf' fl 4 N, W1 1 5 ,VX 'iw Yrs fee, 4 s r X H, C mr XS .A Sandy Coffman Janet Smith Susu Kile Head Cheerleader Gay Gallemore Denise Atkinson Janet Bfofl-,ers Two Bitx Six Bit A Stand U Diane Schwabauer Sherry Clark Lauri Anderson Head Pom Pom Girl 'our Birs, 1 Dollar or hcl Holler Mary Maxwell Lesa Phillips Margaret Marshall l I K I SPIRIT Behind every successful sports per- formance is spirit. Spirit comes in many forms and shows itself in many places. lf Can be - - . . . lighthearted spirit . . . overpowering spirit Ib4 i driving spirit imbued spirit practiced spirit impromptu spirit 4 l f 1 i ,MK . ,f 3 I66 SEVENTH GRADE The first year for the class of '69 proved to be one of success and learning. Mem- bers ot the 7th Grade council helped the class adjust to life at T.J. They planned an enjoyable party, featuring booths and dancing, as well as working well with older students on various school projects. 7th grade officers work hard to achieve goals. NEW GFFICERS GAIN EXPERIENCE AND MAKE PROGRESS Dick Bayevr Vicki Mason Albi, John Albright, Karen Ambrosoli, Karen Anderson, Laura Andrews, Thelbert Arbuckle, Lois Aspinwall, Tom Atherton, Kenneth Averch, Patti Baker, Barbara Barrows, Russell Bauman, Brian Bayer, Dick Bean, Jim Becker, Patty Behrent, Craig Bernstein, Debbie Bestle, Kent Bishop, Denise Bixler, Bob Blacke, Debbie Blackwood, Joan Bleskan, John Bluebaug h, Paula Boggus, Van Boyd, Debbie Bozeman, Jane Brandt, Linda Brawner, Greg Brinton, Lise Brookover, Mary Brown, Tammy Burroughs, Karen Busch, N Nancy Bush, Scott C aflish, Steve C ameron, Tom Campbell, Teri C offma n, Tom Colburn, .lea nefie Collins, Chuck Combs, Nancy Condir, Randy Coons, Shelly Coyle, Colleen Cunningham, Bill Dansdill, Par Daubenspeck, Warren Davis, Jerry Day, Janis Decker, Ed Defibaugh, Debbie Denhalter, Kip Desmond, Nancy DeShone, Mike Doll, Carol Donahue, Bob Dorey, Keith Daugherty, Tom Drost, Greg Dundcn, Mike Earhart, Doug Edwards, Ellen Elverum, Rick Eckels, Margy Eland, Nancy Fausf, Dee i i 1 4 1 1 l 4 X Edgar, Sue 'Ellis, Dave Favour, Paul N i i K I 1 Flicklin, Joan Froling, Rob Graves, Connie GRADE Fisher, Doug Fullerton, Diane Grazier, Daryl Fisher, Rick Gage, Cindy Green, Terry Halter, Peggy Hartley, Shelly Hays, Dixie Hays, Lou Heiman, Sharon Henderson, John Hendrickson, Sarah Henfschel, Janet Herring, Johnny Hicks, Ronny Hill, Gene Hitchcock, Wendy Hockstad, Nancy Hoover, Mary Horner, Scott Houlette, Bill Hudiburgh, Gary Hueseman, Janet Hurley, Darlene Hurt, Pat Fraser, j Janet Gaines, Mike ' Greggjl Eileenf , A! Friedman, Alan Gilmore, Scott 7 Guenther, - Debbie f Frisk, . Q Pam Grams, ' Larry GUlIY, A JoAnn- Fritch, Kathy Grant, - Cameron Gunther, Judy! 4 N Jensen, Susie Jewell, Hank Johnson, Polly Johnston, Sara Jones, David Karavites, Maryanthi K arlin, Bob Keene, Judy Keleher, Ann Kiraly, Suzanne Kitterman, Sally Klein, Bob Koch, Kathy Koehler, Debbie Koelbel, Lynn KOPPI, Rudy Kortz, Barbara Kremers, Carolyn Krieger, Larry Lahey, Bill Laird, Frank Hutchinson, Duane Hylland, Gayle lsaacson, Joan lsberg, Cheri Inman, Bob Jensen, JoAnn Laird, Glen Latcham, Jan Lee, Jim Lennig, Adele Lines, Cathy Livingston, Karen Lont, Dennis Lorenz, Steve Luhe, Kathy Lutz, Ranette SEVENTH GRAD l L Lyman, Lynch, l-YODS, l-YOHSI MCAfOll9, 1 Jeff julie Gary Martin Jackie McGahey, McGraw, McGuire, Mclntyre, McKee, Bob Janet Glen GGVY AHF' l PEALIZES SENSE OF BELONGING Maierus, Paul Malcolm, Rob Manning, Dick Marsalis, Doug Marshall, Yvonne Martin, Danny Martinez, Tony Mason, Vicki' Masters, Karen Matchael, Beth Matthews, Kay Matthews, Steve Maul, Leann Maul, Roger Megill, Bill Miller, Barb Miller, Bob Miller, Dale Miller, Lana Kay Miller, Steve Mills, Lana Milne, Chuck Milne, Marla Mitchell, Roger Mitchem, Lowell McCue, McEwen, Kathy Pal McMullen, McRae, Diane Michele are jniiffys I73 Morgan, Morrison, Morse, Robin Sharon Carolyn Norlin, Norlin, Novak, Debi Pam Paffy Pally, Parma, Payne, Richard Nancy Robert Mosher, Barbara Novosad, Sieve Pedersen, Kathy "' ' 4, Mumaugh, Susan Oburn, Nancy Pennington, Betsy N agel, Tom O'Neil, Brian Peonio, ,, Gres Peferson, Bill Piper, Laurie Pifchford, Rosmarie Probert, Tara Lynn Pulver, Terry Randant, Ken Rayburn, Lisa Razaios, Spiro Reed, Carol Reginelli, Paul Reynolds, Kevin Riddell, John Rice, Chris Rider, Beth Riepe, Pam Riley, Patty Robinson, Deborah Robinson, Karen Rodman, Judy Roth, Marty Nilson, Joanne Orblom, Leslie Perkins, Pere Noris, Joe Page, Gay Perry-Sm Roger ith, Roth, Rudolph, Mike Candice Rudolph, Sanders, Joan Terri Sayre, Schwengels, Ethel Julie SEVENTH GRADE Rudolph, Rick Saunders, Jack Schwabauer, Craig 1 Y 1 V,w..p-of' graders match skills at Halloween party. Scott, Jim Self, Christi Selvey, Chuck Shafer, Mark Shecld, Sara Shelley, Debbie Shirk, Sue Shraiberg, Rennee Schultz, Sara Sloan, Susan Smith, Barbara Smith, Judy Sobol, Becky Solomon, Tom Sondrup, Dave Sooby, Carol Speckman, Bill Spurlin, Richie Stark, Steve Stearns, John Steenbock, Bill Stephenson Robert Stevens, Heather Stiles, Eric Srimson, Stine, Stout, Stryker, Stubbs, Sylvester, Taylor' Tl"0maS, Laura Howard Cindy Susan Fell John Irene Janet Thornley, Bob Thorpe, Todd Th yfaul t, Dave Tipton, Lynn Todd, Dan Todd, Dave Trump, Brad Tyner, Helen Unfug, Chuck Vanlunsen, Peter Van voorhis, Steve Ven uti, Patsy SEVENTH GRADERS TJ Vierheller, Laura Wallace, Richard Walker, Wendy Wanner, Jan Wardin, Kathy Warner, John I Warner, Wassen, WBFSOH, Kafhy Barbara Bill Wenger, Werschky, Wheeler, Parry Susan Debbie OUNGER SET Weiss, Debbie -Q .. a, , New skills are gained in Girls P.E. Whitaker, Norma White, Bob Williams Bob Williams, Brad Williamson Scott Wilson, C arcle Winsted, Bill Wisdom, Dick Wolf, Becky Wolff, Chuck Wren, Randy Wymore, Mark Yates, Diane Z uspann, Ann EIGHTHGRADE' lx. V., 'iw . fa ' -31 . W 4,515 ,. ,V A UQ Q ' .f v if sfifgw l Aww Aw, M g gddc igf?hf5f5e EIGHTH GIZZDE WZ SETS EXAMPLE Wadlington Having adjusted satisfactorily to junior high life at a , new school, the eighth grade council was able to grow r P V in experience. The council members planned more activ- ' ities in which the class could participate this year. They also contributed much to the successful completion of jun- f E X ior high council projects. E l80 Cheryl Ralston illii E Moments of concentration . . . are followed by . . . moments of inspiration. Adcock, Archer, Roger Mark Anderson, Arendt, Vickie Paul Arbuckle, Arnold, Don Cindy 1 . F ,n ', 1 'T lt 'yes Arrow, Augter, Baird, Baumann, Benson, Andrea Gary Marietta Bruce Bob Arthur, Bahrych, Barber, Beard, Berne, Julie Terry Rick Barbie Jan Aspinwall, Baird, Bartlett, Beclcmann, Best, Mary Glenn Marsha Don Bob If , t J 5 , , f e i if xl ,ly MII lylllak' i ,. Q, 7 Q 13- -t A , hizrm rx XL ' "1 V ,, Bird, Richard Blaney, Marshall Blossom, Lynne Boardman, Bond, Kay Richard BoggiS, Booren, Terry Mark Bohanna, Brew, Kathy ,V Tory V I 1 if Brown, Anne Bruce, '- Geary x'Bruhin, Heidi Campbell, Steve C arpenter, Cathy Chandler, Mike H Christian, A Steve , Clark, X Craig Clark, Greg Clark, Robey Clemmer, Jerry Cleueland John X a Isl ,De Vore, George Dieter, Diane Dodd, Julie Doolittle, Donna Dosh, Dodie Doty, John Clouse, Larry Collins, Jim Connelly, Jane Cook, Debbie C orvelli, Terry Counter, Steve Cowan, Mark Cowen, 'Rick Dronenbu John Durkin, Peggy Earhart, Mark Vg, Egholm, Jo Lynn Ehlers, Steve Eland, Don i 1 i 1 Emery, Sheldon Enewold, Steve Engstrom, Sally Crain, Don Crocker, Liz Z , Crow, Bruce Darley, Joanna v Davis, Carol Davis, Terry De Gon, V Mary Dennis, -David , My ,vu , 5,14 ,. 4. , .V , 4- 1,-, ' , K," 1 '- ., V X . Ernst, ,I . ie-- fFenton,f,F ' , Carl 'L Al' ,f ? Jack Evans, , Lv QQ' Fielding, 'Howard . , L at Monte Fengler, x 'Fishef, - Maryls fif' , Karen 1 . gffisher, Valorie Fishman, Q X Marcy ' Q Hater, Sheri , .V Flory, Hahn, Marilyn RfCkY Ford, Hall, David HBVVSY Franrz, H6mbU'9, Dan Buddy Freeman, HBHSOYTI Jeff Cheryl Fuller, Haraway, Terry Cindy ,i Gallemore, Y G' Scorr X'rMar,-ff -si , ' . , Garcrakw . Hargrave, MW M4 Linda Gautier, HBVNS, Mike Vicki Genoff, HBH, Sarah DOWNS Ge,-be,-I Harrnell, .1 Linda Lou Gflberr, Hayesfi 'X Becky Sjeveg eilben, Henderson, Bev NBUCY i ,. X , r ' 'ir ' I T' V 'iw ff I X, ' f I 01: ' 1 f f EIGHTH GRAD Qgigkf , ' , f r fi, ' 4 N ' 7 5 QC 'ff' i f X l A 1. :Q i 'SQL' -' 'V ON- f 711 K k V L T fl l X ,, f 7 - , , ' Y 1 Gill, Gray, ' Gunning, ,' f "lf fcfn I, Susan Bob Kristy E!! iff Cfif V' ' Golub, Green, Guzofsky, Mike Esfy Carol ' Graham, Grote, Hadley, Gary Jackie Gail ' , , Cf? ff' I I XA' . 5' 0 ,Q A, gm , 1 , , 1- 5 , W "'-wal' 1 3 'i W ' CHRYSTANTHEMUN' CH or CR - X r' Hardwick, V . 1 X1 1 i A' X1 Q1 r , f: ' .lf N: 'Jlu x i,..' ,fy r l X c . 1 41 H M T'-' 1 w' i 'Eli-Q, l83 Herndon, Dennis Heyl, Joan Hibbs, Chris Hicks, Sandie Hise, Adrian Hohing, Karen Hokr, Hoyt, Jackson, Johnston, Lynne Barbara Bob Chris Holden, Hylland, Johnson, Juhnke, Bill Rhanna Rick Janet Horner, lhasz, Johnson, Kahm, Suiie ' t Susan Vicki Jane, J SPIRHITED SPARTANS OF '68 x Kasiska, Janet Kast, Pete Kirk, Georgia Concentration . . . the key to good study habits. ftlifvwvlzifvmui 'Qi Kirkpatrick Brent Klein, Linda Knowlton, Nancy 1 w I 1 - 2 ' LaMafr,i' ff Blllf . -Larson, ' VY Q'-His ' ' Larfirig kv ,Dan 1 , 1, L at xx X. f X.: Kolb, Krameyni H - Randy Mary' Kosena,v lqisfi Bill" - Anifa, of Koseha, Laffy, L .1 Bob Steve , 1 J V N x 4 A 4 X 1x Y . x .Lx Lisfdn, Linda Lloyd, Janet Lowe, Dave Lyons, Sue McBrayer, Jane McCammom Claudia MCC artl1y, Debbye McCarthy, Tina me , 'X La uferbach, , l . h XV Mike Leonard, Sharon 1-s Xxx X . Q K Q., .N X. rw! , 1 . Q. 1 1, .f ' ,V Lesage, , 1, ' X 7- V ,V Joanne' X V1 KX xl X Y V, ivy., XX N L X Lx N X v 1 , X - xl, w I X McCarty, Roger McCormick, Misfy McDaniel, Jo McFadden, Ellis McKinley, Julie Ann McLeod, Greg XMcShane, V: 4 Nancy f Maesrgs, Tiieresa . I J, , D' Manth.ei,f- Wendy Maresh, ,l 'L Kall1,VyV',l' Marshall, Hadi Martin, Judy Maffhews, , Eric May, Barbara Mayer, Susan Melnick, Jeff Mercer, Debbie Metzger, Ron Meyer, Marcia Miles, Mark Miller, Betsy Miller, David Miller, Kent Mills, Janis Miicl-sell, Melinda Moore, Mac Moore, Mike Morris, Mary Mundell, Jim Myers, Ellen Nelson, Karen Nelson, Ted Newman, John Nielsen, Dagmar Noe, Debby Nordstrom, Debbie Noris, Katie Norris, Melanie Obstfeld, Ilene Olvey, Jane . -. '..'J ' Orr, Oviaff, Parker, Tom Sue Betlfl Ousley, Paap, Parsons, Sami Erica Bob EIGHTH GRADE Collisions often mar Parton, Pedersen, Pesusich, Phelps, l Kip Lars Jean , Linda Payton, Penley, Peterson, Philllips, Nancy Gordon Cindy Wil X Maureerj i N Wo' 'R , f L ,i RQ ,WQQXJ bu 17 U 1 ,Q . ' I xl' , 1' REPARES FOR , mpg l ,N I ife's highway. . X - , ,nv , , ' 4 " i .J l m LLX xi K- A ,HL 1. l. J X fx' ,i ll, , ,1'- - if .xh K1 Remo, Barbara Reeder, Rexanna Rice, Don Riley, Bill Ritler, Susan Rifz, David Robinson, Lynn Rohm, David Rondeau, Bob Roosa, Don Rubin, Ira, f- Sanburg, Nels Sa rgenf, Russ Saxton, Steve Schaf-F, Susie Scherrer, Fred Lf i 1 Pollack, V I, Geoffrey bforfer, in Q 1 , V lf Fiirf O by lf?" fx YN,- Prarr, Probert, Radefsky Jim Bob , Jay Primack, - Quinlan, Ralston, Terri Twyla f Sheryl , Mori' .1uNi9R HIGH ffl l li ih Lllvll R ,,. , 1 .ff ' ' . Schumacher, Robbie Scott, Roland Seibert, Paul Shearer, Laura Shehan, Scott Sherback, Jim Shinn, Dennis Shuldberg, Susie Simmons, Malcolm Simpson, Gail , ,xx Sinopoli, , Janice Smith,,3 V " Keene ' Snow, Mike K I 4 Sondrup, Ron Spangler, Becky Stapleton, Linda Stevenson, Stone, Swick, Templeton, Bruce Anthony Bill Shirley Stirling, Storhaug, Tagliaferri, Thomas, Rick Tim ,Sherry Keith Thompson, Mike Thornsbelry, Nlike Thrash, Cathy TlPP5z. Kimi. . , todd, ""'f' Ken Q Tourney, Donna , v"l Turtle, V ' Lou Ann 'Van Genderen, Scott S ,Vardaman, ' ' George Vaughn, Ron Vittum, J. H. Wadlington, Tom EIGI-ITH GRADl Wagner, Walker, Linda Randy Waliser, Wasinger, Debbie John STEPS UP . X : Watson, Weber, ' Welch, Wheeler, Wrederspan Williams Jay Brent ' Debbie Janice Sa y Kurt WatsonQ ' Wegenast, 4 Wham, Whitaker, Wilkins Wmne Randy Sys: ncy Gayle John gn ' i K u J s Wise, Laura Wolff, Connie t , if Woodward, Marsha Work, Linda Yackey, Steve Zanetell, Judy Zebauers, Liga Zmuda, Marianne Forbidden fruit 1 . 190 b FRESI-IMEN Donahue John B tt CLASS UNITY GOAL OF COUNCIL Diligent work on the part of the ninth grade council this year proved fruitful as students participated enthusiastically in the class' activities. Both in and out of class, representatives promoted unity and spirit by working closely with the students. As the year progressed, the class members became increasingly involved in class projects. Mr. John Miles was class sponsor. Able, Allen, Andreen, Chas Barby DOUQ Aglar, Allman, Andrews, Dan Devvy Bonnie Arbuckle, , L ,, ,a K 1, 1 .. ,,4,z ll 'wi 2' 1 N J I A lf . kj ,, ,iff 1 X L ' LCV k 4, 413, , ff gy ii.. My , me ,. f f FRESHMENKWQB, V - ,- If f , a, Rf 1 ,N X, ..l - - ,f if, gk Wx C4 K, 1. K k A ,' u..1 .,C,' ..L5fa , 1 :Ll'JC' ., 1 1 ,. , f , . wg, ,,f L Clif , L Ashcraff, Craig Ashton, Kathy Baird, Randy Baker, Cindy Banks, Barbara Barnes, Gale Barrett, Janet Barton, Betty Bayer, Jeff Bebell, Barbara Bebell, Jan Beckwith, Cheryl Bell, Barbara ,.A'. ri 44 'gen' f' 'CQ C , Kris Bgphelr, 4' John' ' L 5 xJ,1 1 X-Q. if av f Beifmerg, Lin JJ Bensdn, Jim Bernstein, Dan Besrle, Doug Biggs, Vicki Billings, Karhy Binney, Joyce Black, Nancy Blacke, Terry Blanfon, Keith l l ,,, f V . I s I93 Bleskan, Chuck Blomberg, Karl Bogle, Ed Bohanna, Ann Marie Bonham, Jim Boren, Cheryl Bowler, Sarah Boyer, Chuck Breifhauer, Jerry Brown, Paula Browne, Jim Bruhin, Dcrinda Brumbaugh, Carolyn Brumer, Nancy Bruton, Partie Bryden, Jim Burch, Linda Burcherf, Lois Burrus, Ma ry Busch, Bob Bush, Jeanehe Bl-lSl'71 Campbell, La Donne Sue Bybee, Carlson, L. D. Ken Cameron, Carroll, K-Lynn Betsy Colson, Combs, Sandy Sue Colvin, Corbin, Cindy Rick Chrisman, Cobiella, Colleton, Chris Julie Maureen Clark, Cochran, Collins, Scott Dorothy Paula Clark, Cohen, Collins, Tom Barbie Vicki COWGH, Crawford, Culp, Dansdill, Davis, Davis, Dawkins, Bob Rick Brenda Larry Bob Ross Kent Cox, Crist, Danielsen, d'Avila, Davis, Davis, Deuth, Steve Tom Kris Tom Glenn Skin Janet 1 1 1 1 1 Donahue, Dumler, Eggleston, Eller, Ellis, Elzi, Fahy, i Sara Bob Tom Jim Mike Marian Donna , Dorsert, Easlyf Elgsren, Eller, Elrod, Engstrom, Ficklin, i Bob Marnie Wayne Les Rich Julie Danna l Flowers, Chris Forman, Mike Fox, Jackie Frank, Becky 4 4 Frank, Jeanie French, Chris Friend, Dan Fuller, Penny Fielding, Fleer, Garner Pam Fladerman, Fletcher, Mitch Tim VCT? I. FRESHMEN SPARK SPIRIT fur- A232 fail, QP., -fiizl ,A.4.,,-eg 422, I C2111 -54' W gf fo-'-Cf -f"f6f73C 'CLI' Q QC L if-5717, G jg, j L 7 fffflfx. 1,11 WCLUL Q7 .4,1.Q-7, I "QQ ,460 17x.f77v.,Z, V Gebow, Gilman, Sandy Goldstein, Cindy Goodin, Phil Gracen, Jim Grant, Bill Grant, Clive I , Jlvafu-Q in 1C,QQ,Q4aGf?g5ow, U Y Graunke, Jean CA Graves, Pam Grazier, Doug Griggs, Sandi Guard, Cory ,.Z,Y4mxNX. , X If I Gunryf fl W Sandy f G reamf l Jerry f I - l 1 cgi I! f If j f lv HL ' l 1 if l if D ff X. l l Gdmnth r, X Dau las -, Gust, X X- Gregg x xx. 1 xx I ,x j Hall, Terry Harper, Kay .VC Harris, Shari Harrison, Mike Hartman, Nancy Heggie, Jim Heimam Sandy Heinricy, Arlon Hendrickson, Chris Henkell, Bev Hentschel, Jim Herbold, Debbe Heydon, Connie Hicidleston, Pam Hise, Lindsiey Holmes, Linda uh v ,f ' J-,, 'L I. vu "1 L 'U 1 i i if I 'LAX A, . X' Homrnon,,v'v ' f Howarfiy Y Hyman, X ,ALLA ,. ,Ii Hgahnqzii 9 fi Lit' Kitt' if Misty XL i F V I gpvi X Hubtskmg y X lmel, D, X lx r V. INC U, ,T J 'ij ,Mi e Nancy :wg iv' 1 A J' jyf ', . , ,521 'VV 373 L if -I V :wx U X M iv 1 1 V , ,L .V ik 1 My er jg! ,1 . ,Al f ,, ,9 2 W' lf? ' ' i V 4, 2 , A", I ' I 'Ji' , ' i 4fRlgS1-IMQEN, t v i 2 ' Uri -' 1 1 Y.. 'L 1. 1' f V' N if I . 1 V , U! 6' v ' :KJ :V . fl' X V D I U VUL yy' NI: I M, iA!fL,iiA LLL X X' V . ' - ygv, L ,Q ' 7 V L1 q, j, gait ,N V if , -M .1 ' fi iff 3 L - , hh , K L 'ig' HQ' ,V QQ f Jones, Kamlet, Keleher, 1,1 .- ' uf ' Y I 5 fi g .. Chery Barb Cathy V Y L' ' QL'Jones,f Kammerzeli, Kennedy, V J vi , Q if 1 Connie Kathy Linda X L 3 'fr fcjbfce, Keene, Kerr, 1 M V ,o f ll, 1 I Kathy Teri Peggy L,-T RI! 57 .,' ,N U2 iii 'F -f lslierg, Jackson, Roger Brad Jaccaucl, x Jackson, Terry Dianna rj , ,fx X, , Q 'X i X A l 1 x Kile, Mimi Knight, Gary Kolp, Robbie 5.5, ,J Kg Koonce, Ginny Krantz, Stan Krieger, Steve Jesmer, John Johnson, Vicki I Laird, Stephanie Lairsmith, Doug Lansing, Ron l if fi lg ' Larm, Marcia Lauferback, Marian Lawrence, Ron Lesuer, Cindy Lewis, Renee Linstedt, Chris Lo Verde, Joe Lutz, Jan McCoy, Jim McCurdy, Marilyn McElyea, Sue McGraw, Dianna McGrew, Dan McLeod, Shelley McRattfink, Welks McShane, Bruce Manning, Chuck Marshall, Bruce Marshall, Pat Martin, Linelle Masten, Bob Mattson, Mark Megill, Mary Menard, Jan Mesch, David Millenson, Florie Miller, Bruce Miller, Bruce Miller, Dick Miller, Steve Miller, Sue Milne, Karen Milne, Randy Mitchell, Diana Mitchell, Mary i E e ' M Mitchem, Morrison, Jim Mike Moore, Moun tfoy, Carol Steve FRESI-IMEN EX TENE Nowlin, Bob Ore, Karla O'Connell, Terry Owens, Bill Olmsted, Bob Palmer, Sue i 1 V 1 JJ tiff? it ff of USC lslncy Vejyuieclgyi U 3 P I , 2 v V A 1 lu A A lilly Mlft KV ,L 7 GV '- , W , ' R ' 0 4 - ' "UQ LW , CA f lfclw I - J ,ll-bil! l fv Lf lf W ' of ll EXAMPLE GF J, Patterson, Jerry Peterson, Victor Preston, Charlotte Reardon, Ron Reynolds, Cindy Perkin, Linda Pfohl, Carrie Quinn, Cindy Reed, Steve Reynolds, Diane Perry, Lou Pratt, Abbi Ramos, Claudia Rennecker, Susan Rice, Gemma Richmond, Betsy Robb, Nancy Roberts, Scott Robertson, Doug Robinson, Adell Rodman, Kathy Roorda, Tom Roper, Earl Rose, Bev Rouse, Patti Rudolph, Brad Rudolph, Doug Saine, Dave Sandberg, Marcia Sanders, Debbie Saunders, Lynda Schmidt, John Saunders, Linda Saviers, Debby Schrawger, Linda Shuldberg Mike Shultz, Steve Siegert, Rick Simmons, Bob Skeen, Dick Smith, Pe99Y Smith, Ron Sloan, Jani E3 ' ,. W Q7 Schrienerf Steve Shafer, Harry Shanahan, Kevin -Settle, Joyee Shahan, Dick Shubin, Don FRESHMEN Sobol, Ellen Sooby, Karen Sparks, Gary Spinney, Lynn Spurlin, Barbara Sroczynski, Jim Stack, Mike Staley, Gretchen Stearns, Bill Stevens, Laurie Stewart, Kathy Stiles, Melani Stirling, Pat Stone, Jeremy Strauss, Dave Strauss, Rich Sutherlin, Steve Thornley, Bill Tidball, Steve Tilly, Jim Tilsley, Steve Timmons, .lan fv- fl FRESHMEN Torpey, Jim Treidel, Georgette Trujillo, Bennie Tyler, Chuck Unfug, Kathy Urman, Ruth Van Welden, Karen Vernon, Rodney Vestal, Steve Vivian, Janelle Wagner, Liz Ward, Diane Williams, Sandy Willson, John Wilson, . Merrill fy ,X ff ,,,,,j Wilson, Nancy Wilson, P99QY Wilson, Roy Wing, Terry Winsted, Brad Woods, Tim Warden, Cheryl Warneke, Linda Warren, Kathie Wasson, Suzanne Watson, Larry Watson, Norman Webster, Bill Weil, Linda Weimar, Jan Weiss, Mikki Wenger, Diane Wesin, Cafhy r ,, f Q N-' J' ' N , 1 i l 5 SJ ' i, J, M ,. f AW , i 1 .l . L' x" 'f Z., W: 1, L' , X lv x i , F , f, Bef ' 1!L.' ' My ' , J an I V l ix -. all fi , is P, iris, "A I .f i. ,., 2 iw W Wesin, Linda Whalen, Cindy Wighfman, Steve r k A ,qi i-- V px X, ,, ,f i L. X' 1 V 5 3 ,i E 1. J. E K' 1 i -' 3 fi: , Lff " 1 N ,. ii f 1 4 P' I, X l , Il? fr L L H Wilfley, Vicki Williams, Alice Williams, Lynn 9 'X . f f 1, 1 -1 xv ' L4 .1 l . J 1 'wk' ,2 yi l iz, Wright, Sharman Wymore, Marilee Yaies, Marilyn Young, Warren Zaffore, John Ziegler, Dave Zuspann, Gene Donaldson, Sharon ,sys .iv Q 1 ff f fe fa' Q92 A V ,zgiff if f Vf, , I I SGP!-IOMCDRES Jim Stone President Sherry Jessop Vice-President Vicki DeShon Secretary SOPHOMORE GFFICERS Mr. Smith Sponsor The Sophomore officers are leaders of an enthusiastic, hardworking class. Ability and ambition have taken the class to great accomplishments this year. These accom- plishments would not have been possible without the competent guidance of Mr. Rob- ert A. Smith. He has utilized his understand- ing of high school students to guide the class in their many activities. Among these activities were the Sopho- more Dance, Blue Moon, and Color Day com- petitions. F-'ff Sophom Cl C I b map o T f 1 gy f C I D y K kly f?A 4 A I , A WJ 0 WML E' ZZALL1 'GCLMMTQX ,IQ C ' LMA! , nC. Afdwgd fQiflfef!bQ0L'gg?LfQ ilff-A "Q 'W JJ A JLCUJ-Phlwvfobff d . JLG! bv . ar ,i 2211! , 6 C arm! an - egmacnz nc, ary' r CL Q, I W 'ELT D7 ,Sy ' M Mfgii MJJJMQJ . , L C iw fy I M iff Cygfyyfcwfywwf W QQ ww Q LU., f ' A Q! v Z fff, SOP!-IOMGRE CLASS REPRESENTATIVES 1 xfjmfun EW E f N L y y E Libbie Booren Steve Hammill Ginny Spurlin Cully Marshall Alberg, Dick Albright, .lim Allen, Rod Allen, Ron Alper, Liz Anderson, Cindy Andrews, Lonny Arendt, Tammy Arp, Jerry Baier, Dave Bean, Bob Becker, Susie Bell, Nancy Berardini, Susan Bernstein, Paula Berry, Chuck SGPHOMORES Binney, Janice ' Birch, Kathy Baffle, Randy Bird, Karen Baughman, Cindy Bfgfk, Lihnea Bauman, Bernadine Blackwood, Clark Beadle, Clayton Blaine, Katie Beatles take root in Sophomore heads Blair, Betty Blaney, Loren Bogie, Kay Booren, Libbie Bowles, Debbie Bowman, Art Bradbury, Wayne Bradley, Diane Bramley, Julie Brinton, Julie Brookover, Martha Brothers, Marianne Brumer, Dave Burdette, Charlotte Burdick, Greg Busley, Sara Butler, Linda Caflisch, Tim Callier, Marc Campbell, Brian Chandler, Chiles, Chrisfopherson, Clemensen, Cogswell, .lim Sue Dan Barbara Deidra Chassofb Chrisfian, Clark, Coe, Cohen, Bill Alan Barbara Robbie Warren Coker, Vicki Coleman John Collins, Bill Colvin, Sandy Condif, David Conti, Kathy Cory, Diane Coffrell, Diana ROU TE '66 x L-...K 'A' -Scheduling- Orderecl Chaos Crocker, Curtis, Darley, KiPPY Pam Diana Curtis, Dansdill, Davis, Nancy Judy Ann SQPHQMQRE THEME si 1 Davis, A Jeff E Davis, Paul ' Decker, Wendy DeLange, Bob Deshon, Vicki Dougherty, Sandy Dronenbur Drummond, Susan Duggan, Donna V Q, Malinda Duncan, ' Lonnie , Easton, Jerry Eckels, ' P Mary Edmonds, ' Joan Edwards, .lim Eland, Linda Ellis, , Albert Ellis, i ' Clarise English, Bill Entsminoer, Jim Erwin, Rick Evans, Nancy Fa ust, Betty Flansburg, Randy Foehl, Forman, Francis, Friend, Friend, Margie Dyanne Barbara Greg julie SOPHOMORES Gallatin, Gayle Gehr, Jane Gemmill, Graunke, Marylu Jim Genoff, Graves, Jacque Ronald Gilbert, Gray, Beth Allan Goldman, Guese, Carol Ray Goldstein, Guzofsky, Nancy Bonnie Goldtry, Q Girtz, Lynn " j Kurt f ,WZ i L if , ,Vo 711 elf ,I Alf Q ,fb-1? f f ,E A 1- 'W' ffwbi 1. llibsfl-' 515 if '14 A X wgvfndif ,jf 55115 f' - 1 ' A, A , I Graxzfaaiyj f-2,496 Vgan, Defywjfiy 41,1 A 1 f Qf1Mike 1 L IA 0 x lgflbx I Gfaflh 'Lil , 44 MN lllailpern, Ff6dA,,v 6, gwl l Sheila y .bf ,UNL We i Haines, Hall, Halter, Kathie B0b 5'-fsan Harrington, Marsha Hays, Loren Heggie, Tom Heller, Bev Henshaw, Pam Hentzell, Dick Herbeck, Jan Herring, Gay Hicks, Cheryl Hidahl, Joyce Hiester, Art Hockstad, Larry Hogarth, Sally Hokr, Cindy Hoover, Stuart Hammill, Steve Hummel, Cindy Humphrey, Bob Hunter, Charlene Hurt, Bob Hurst, Judy Harper, Mike lsberg, Clifford Jackson, Judy Jacobs, Donna Jamison, Jan Jarrell, Pat Jessop, Sherry Johnson, Lisa Johnson , Bill Jones, Linda Jones, Suzanne Jones, Tom Kaplan, Cathy Kier, Lynn Killian, Dave Kimsey, Jim King, Donna Kirk, Nancy Kos, Dale Kreufzinger, Dave Kroc, Dick J 1 -Scholastic achievement- Stimulafed by the inquiring mind Krum, Kummerlin, Lacey, LayChQj1Q, Lawler Glenn Karen Lynn Joan im ' soPHoMoRE5 siuoloius Layden, Nancy Left, Dick Linda Ligon, Gay Fred Link, Dennis Link, Jim Lowe, John Lowe, John Luker, Cheryl Lighfburn, Lindquist, Lutz, Phil Luzum, Gary Lyons, Karen Lyons, Linda McArdle, Claire McCammon, Sally McCollum, Mary Lou McCormick, Bruce McCoy, Linda McCoy, Bob McCue, Pat McDonald, Mike McGahey, Mary McGee, Joanne McRae, Cheryl McRae, Ron McShane, Marcia Maas, Marne Macy, Terri Malkewicz, Steffie Mammel, Gary Marshall, Ann Mathias, Chrys Metzger, Dean Meyer, Joh n Miles, John Miller, Dave Mitchell, Chuck Marshall, Cully Marshall, Kathy Marshall, Mary Martin, Gary Martinez, Nat Matthews, Susan SOPHOMORES Natale, Newman, Julie Diane Nelson, Normark, Mary Ann Kristi Montague, Dick Montrose, Carla Moreland, Norma Morgan, Bob Mountfoy, Bruce Mueller, Cheryl Mugleston, Debbie Myers, Roger Oburn, Martha O'Dell Don Sophomores often find classes informal Olmsted, Ordelheide, Jim Janet Olson, Orr, Laura Rick z,. , s y' 5 ..., ff f K y tux? Pickrel, Jorganne Pallyl Perlman, John Richard Peonio, Barby Patterson, Pesusich, Ettie Larry Peterson, George Payton, Peterson, Sara Betsy Pfenning, Roberta Pedersen Phelps, Gene Brad Phillips, Craig Pelsue, Phillips, Gail Sharon Phillips, Sheila Pinkston, Pique, Plettner, Porter Preyer Gary Sally Jenny Kathy Car Primack, Ray, Rede, Rodd Karleen, Sherry Randolph, Raymond, Redeker, Tom Marcia Darlene l l Roebuck, Ann Roth, Vicki Rouse, Annette Rudolph, Cathy Salmi, Jim Schellhase, Lin Scherrer, Pat Schmeclemen, Helen Reese, Richardson, Roberts, Judy Barbara Steve Rex, Roberts, Roberts, Bonnie Carol Steve Sophomore "Honest Freedy" illustrates Sophomore Humor SOP!-IOMORES Steck, Th ud Schmid, Shapiro, Joe Lorie Shilvock, Lin Simpson, Bob Schrameyer, Sinkavic, Judy Bill Skaer, Larry Smith, Brent Scott, Smith, Bobbi Doug Smith, Judy Snow, Tom Sees, Spurlin, Bob Ginny Spurlock, Connie Stahnke, Marc Shafer, Steinke, Brock Bruce Stark, John Stark, Patti Stephenson' Stimpson, Stone Stout CFGFQ Bob Jim Dave Stryker, Taylor' John Ralph Stubbs, Tearnan, Jane Mark Swan, Therrell, Nancy Bob Swick, Thomas, Sandi Leslie Swiebel, Thome, Bob Susie Tall, Thompson Dave Ward Taylor, Thornley, Barbara Liz Taylor, Thurman, Ken Karin Thyfault, Lin Tincher, SOPI-IQMORES Tipton, Tribbey, True, Turner Turner Julie Sandy Jean Roger Susan VGQTS, Valis, Vaughn, Vaughn, Venuti, Voorhees, Gary Debbie Dave Dan Bob M sieve Voris, Doug Wagner, Joyce Waliser, Marc Wallace, Mary Waln, Steve Ward, Mike Watson, Debbie Wafson, Mike Whalen, Linda Wheeler, Steve Lunch period bull-session or There are girls F . , . and then there are girls Whetsrone, White, Wilimek, Williams, Williams Wilson Dick Barbara Gregg Greg Kathy Carole Whipple, Wiemann, Williams, Williams, Williams Winn Keith Martha Gary Kathy Linda on SGP!-IOMORES MUSICAL Sophomore musicians add much to musical groups. Winters, Buzz Wither, Neal Woller, J oh n Woodward Linda Wursf, Heidi Zanetell, Allan 4. E7 ,. I It f JUNICDRS Greg Treverton President JUNIOR GFFICERS Joan Norburg Vice-President Bobbie Jo Schless Mrs. King Sponsor The character of the Junior Class as a whole is resultant from the diversity of the individuals within it. Junior intellectuals bearing paperback copies of Lord of the Flies are scattered easily among Junior soshs sporting Sosh Hair- cuts. Seemingly this diversity would hamper class unity. However, it has given Juniors access to ideas as fresh and different as their sources are diverse. The vital spirit of the Class of '65 has carried over into Junior activities. "lllusions in Blue," the Junior Prom, is exemplary of the Juniors' creative vitality. Further exemplary of Junior spirit is the fact that the Junior class holds the highest overall grade average at Jefferson. The classes' vibrant unity is due in no small part to the lead- ership of its officers, council, and sponsor. S-di. ,IE M, , Class Council Members Bruce Bell Jeanine Crandle Bob Kfamef Carol Bomash Gay Gallemore Lucky Mosko Jeff Booren Pat Guilfoyle Shonnie MUQIESVOVW Dan Brumbaugh Joan HUdll9UVQh Steve Novak Junior Presidenf Gregg Treverfon leads Junior Council in brainsformrng session. Sue Rairer Sandi Smith Herschel Vaughn Wesfby Bonnie Rick Willson JUNIGR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Joanne Beal Jim Bixler Geofge Mafhes Susie Stark Albright, Ron Allen, Dennis Allen, Jeanne Anderson, Lauri Anderson, Vicki Andrews, Carla Archer, Carol Arrow, Lynne A rfus, Steve Baker, Teresa Ball, June Barnes, Jack Barnes, Nancy Bahrych, Lynn Bauman, Beal, Beckman Betty Terry Carl Beal, Bean, Becwar, Joanne Dave Ann Bixler, Blessing, Bohlman, Sue Patti Silke Blair, Bodney, Belles, Larry Pam Paul Blakely, Bodney, Bomash, Dave Penny Carol Q7 iv.-. Beckwith, John Bell, Bruce Bond, Kathy Bonham, Cathy Boyd, Mitchell Benson, Barbara Best, Linda Bozeman, Carol Brandt, Jim Brennan, Sharon Bianco, Jack Binder, Vinny Brown, Marge Bruce, Pat Brumbaugh, Dan Birrell, Linda Bixler, Jim Brumer, Art Bryden, Judy Buckley, Dee Ellen c 'sw Qs Bunch, Troy Bushacher, Marcia Caldwell, Greg Campen, Jane Carmichael, Pam Carr, Gretchen Carter, Annette 411: Juniors are carefree Caien, Linda Chandler, Robin Chiles, Steve Ch risfensen, Dennis Clark, Liz Clark, Sandy Cleaveland, Carolyn Clemmer, Charlene Coffin, Randy CLASS OF '65 Cohen, Paul Cole, Rich Collins, Geoffrey Drosf, Bruce Dunham, Merrie Collins, Melba Connelly, Bob Cox, Bill Earhart, Susie Easton, Jalfe Crain, Linda Crandall, Jeanine Darnell, Dave Edgar, Jeff Edwards, Bob Davis, Judy Davis, Miriam Dawson, Fred Eland, Dave Ellis, Ron Defiba ugh, Dobson, Donna Ralph De Lapp, Dodd, Bob Janet Dennis, Dommy, Steve Dorothy Emery, Enfsminger, Stuart John Enewold, Erwin, Dan Ron Dorman, Carol Doyle, Tom Draper, Debbie Fengler, Daryl Fenton, Leanne Kay Fielding, Ilona Fischer, Neil Ford, Linda Fox, Randy Freeman, Melanie Friedman, Joel Friend, .lim Froling, Joanne Fuchs, Kif Gallemore, Gay Gardalen, Kathy Gardner, Alene Garvey, Paula Gebow, Tom .IUNIORS Gemmell Nancy Gigliofri, Sandi Grahm, Bill Graves, Michele Gregg, Paul Grogan, Steve Groves, Kim Grummerr, Jo Ann Guilfoyle, Paf Gumz, Pam Gill, Glover, Goodwin, Ted Paffy Don Gilligan, Golfry, Goffschalk, Ron Vicky Libbie Gunnerson, Barbara Gustafson, Clare Gvirfz, Janice Hall, Nancie Hansen, Cheryl Hansen, Ed Hanson, Phil Hardwick, Carol Harper, Sara Harris, Gary Harrison, Pat Harfness, Terry Haswell, Elaine Hawkinson, Suzi Hays, Vicki Hayes, Dick Hayward, Sally Helaard, Doug Heimbach, Evie Heinig, Sue Hendrickson Susan Henrzell, David Hughes, Linda Idol, Larry Ingenfhron, Mary Jackson, Vic Herbsf, Dave Heydon, Tim Hicks, Randy Hincles, Steve Hise, Janeen Holmes, Ray Horner, Michael J. Howerfon, Jim N Hubberf, Donna DIVERSITY Juniors are gregarious I Koehler, Kramer, l Don Bob I Kolb, Kramer, Bob Rich Jacobs, Jerry Jacobs, Mike Janirschke, Jan I Jenkins, Gary 1 Jens, Irene Jesmer Janice I Jones, Jeff 1 Kamler, John Kemp, Jim 1 Kennedy, Janet L L A Kile, Susu DISTINGUISHES JUNIGRS Linda King, Lisa Klein, Russ L J Krieger, Lamb, Lawrence, Leisk, Lonf, Lo Verde, ' Dave Chris Sandi Bob Dianne Tim Kunsf, Larson, Lee, Livingston, Lorf, Lowrie, Dick Rich John Don Suzi Charles Luhe, Chris Lufz, Brian Lyons, Jim Lyons, Robert E. Jr. McCausland, Lynne McClure, Kathy McCue, Mike McDaniel, Kay McElvain, Mike McEwen, PSQQY McGraw, Judy McKinlay Dave Maesfas, Kathy Maher, Carol w l Manfhei, Marshall, Fred Bob, Marsalis, Mason, Charles Jeff JUNIORS , Juniors are Mathes, Menard, George Jerry Mavris, Metzger, Ann Dave Maxwell, Miller, Mary Bob Mincer, Chuck Mitchell, Roy Montgomery Dick Moore, Leslie Morgan, Jeri Morgan, Pat Moritz, Carol Morris, Roger Morris, Wendy Mosko, Lucky, Mugleston, Shonnie Murphy, Pat Mussett, Kathy Naylor, Steve Neidiger, Linda Nelson, Paula Nilson, Jill Norburg, Joan Nordberg, Sandi Nordstrom, Carole Novak, Steve O' Connell, Karen Ohrns, Steve Orblom, Larry Orr, Vi Paap, Saskia Pacheco, Pat Palmquist, Ray Parkhill, Pat Patten, Lewis Patton, Susie Pecka, Jeff Peltier, Trish Penley, Kent Perry, Steve Perry-Smith, Cindy Peterson, Rich Pinkston, John Pitchford, Jeff Plettner, William Plummer, Sally Plummer, Susan Pollard, Linda CLASS OF '65 Saine, Schellhase Tom Bonnie Sands, Schierbrock Leo Lois Schless, Schwanke, Bobbie Jo Jim Schott, Schwieder, George Sharon Portz, Ken Prince, Carleton Quinlan, Galeen Raiter, Sue Randant, Gary Ray, Dick Reeder, Jay Reeves, AI Scott, Meredi Scrivner, Jim Reeves, X Jennifer l Reginelli, Earl Reiff, Roberta Reynolds, Bob Reynolds, Dave Rice, Janet Richardson, Bob Rittenhouse, Dave Selvy, Shedd, Bernita Nancy Shapiro, Shehan, Sandy Pat Sherlgclg, Sherri Shraiberg, Steve Shrum, Dave Shubin, Jim Simmons, Sue Sinclair, Mike Singer, Bobbie Singer, Janet Smith, Janet Smith, Sandi JUNICDRS FLIT FROM FAD Stansbury, Roger Stapleton, Larry Stark, Susie Stewart, Jim Stice, Sherry Stookesberry, Dave Sturgis, Steve Stuebgen, Bill Suhm, Louise Sullivan, Dennis Sundell, Sunny Swaggart, Scott Swanson, Roger Thebus, Penny Thomas, Ken Thompson Sharon O FAD Snell, Dennis Sorensen, Carl Sparks, Bruce Speckman, Walf Tieman, Jack Tilsley, Diane Tone, Geri Treverron, Greg Trobaugh, Barbara Trujillo, Julie Turtle, George Van Houw, .lim Vardaman, Pam Vaughn, Herschel Vestal, Don Viffum, .lan Wagner, Joyce Whalen, Becky Wallace, Pat Warden, Mike Wasinger, Sue Watson, Tom Weiss, Bob Wenger, Wally Wesin, Vicky Wesrby, Bonnie Whalen, Connie Wheeler, Jeanie Wickman, Pete Wilson, Winiarcyk, Wither, Wright Bob Natalie Tom Dave Wilson, Winsted, Wren, Ziegler Susie John John Kafhy Wilcox, Wally Wild, Candy Wilfley, Tony JUNIORS Williams, Allen Juniors are . . . Williamson, often surprised Jeanie but never ruffled CARS At sixteen the student declares his independence. No longer do his parents ride along in the tront seat everywhere he goes. The Junior hits the road in widely assorted vehicles . . . ' 1 Q QM- , ff:- r a i -'Y 5. those that purr ,......-A YELK .a,,,,,,.f- . . . and those that putt SENICDRS lg - -v -N., w - J 247 SENIOR CLASS CCUNCIL Paul Bernard Sue White President Vice-President Virginia Mallow M, Don R,dQWay Secretary Sponsor Working with their motto, "Nothing great is accomplished without enthusiasm," in mind, the Senior Class Council achieved great things this year. With boundless energy they organized such activities as sock hops, the Senior Prom, the class Goodwill drive, and Class Day. They worked with the entire class to construct the winning homecoming float. In addition, the council members chose a class gift and produced the renowned class play, "The Mouse that Roaredf' Senior Class Council ponders selection of class gift SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Suzi Bennett Chris Coleman Janet Patron Larry Maib B ruce Roof T963-T964-Just another school year, like so many before and so many to come. Nevertheless, a unique year for each of the 312 members of the Senior Class. l AGLAR, DINAH ANDERSON' GARY AUTREY, JEANETTE semble 2, Assist. ANDRESENI CHAS BACHMAN, KEITH Football T, 2, 3, Basketball 'l, Track, Var., Baseball, Var., Lettermen's Club, Key Club, Jr. Class Council, All- School Show 3, F.C.A. ARNDT, KAY Honor Society, V.-Pres., Class Council l, Y.R.C. Sec.-Treas., l.C.C. Treas. 2, Drama Club l, 3, Jr. Escort, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club 2. ARTHUR, JOHN Tennis 2, 3, N.F.L. V.-Pres., Honor Society 3, Ski Club, l.R.C. 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Boys' State 2. BAKER, GARY ASHCRAFT, CHRIS ASHTON, STEVE Baseball l, Basketball 2, 3, Dance Band, Aristo- crat Co-Editor 3. BALDWIN, HAROLD ATKINSON, DENISE Girls' Ensemble Chaplain 2, Modern Dance Club Pres. 2, Synchronized Swim Club 2, Assist., Cheer- leader 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Atherfies 3, Concert Choir 2, 3, Ski Club 2, All-School Show 1, 2, 3. Tri-Hi-Y 3, Girls' En- AYLSVVORTH, KEN Bowling Club Pres. Honor Society l, 2, 3 Y.R.C., Hi-Y, Ski Club BAIRD, GREG BARTLETT TONI BATEMAN KAY BATTEY MARTIN BAUGHMAN, BEACH, KIT CHARLES Assist.5 Homecoming Gymnastics l, 2, 35 2: Ski Club l, 2, 3: Club 1, F,A.C, 1. Sr. Hall5 Sr. Prom. BEARD JOHN BEEBE JILL BEIRICH NANCY BENNETT, SUZI BENSON, JANIS Bow ing Club V Pres S im Club l 2 3 Aristocrat Bus. Mgr.5 Soph. Aristocrat Prin- 3 Great Decisions Sk: Club 2 Assist Stu d e nt Council 35 cess5 Cheerleader 25 DECA Concert ChoirV.-Pres.5 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Ather- Honorary Cadet Mai. fies 35 All-School 2 35 Red Cross l.C.C. Show 2, 35 Ski Club l, Rep.5 Honor Society 2, 35 Tadpoles l. 3 Class Council 25 Prom 2, 35 Pep Club 2 3 BERG, PAM Honor Society 2, 35 Journal Staff 35 Jr. Escort5 N.F.L. Rec. Sec.5 Pre-Med Club5 Ski Club 2, 35 Class Council 3. BERNARD, PAUL Sr. Class Pres,5 Student Council 35 Football l, 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Track l, 2, 35 Lettermen's Club V.-Pres.5 Key Club5 Honor Society5 Conc. Orch.5 All-School Show l, 2, 3. BJORK, CARL Wrestling l, 2, 35 Football l, 2, 35 Track. BLACKARD, M. D. BOWERSOX, MARIAN Aristocrat 35 Honor Society5 Atherfies 35 l.R.C. 35 French Club 35 Jr. Escort. BRALY, JANE Conc. Orch. 25 Conc. Band 1, 2, 35 All-City Band 1, 35 Honor Society lp All-City Orch. 35 All-State Band 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Escort5 Council Capers 25 All- School Show 2. SENIORS BRALY, JANET BRENNING, LINDA BREW, ROCKY BRIGGS RON Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Pep Club Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y Baseball l, 2, 3, Bowl Ref' SSW T'l"'ll'Y Yfpfes-I Nh' 2, 3, All-School Show ing Club l, 2, 3. erfres, Jr. Escort, Ski Club. -Il 2, 32 Color Day -II 2, Concert Choir. BROCKMAN, TOM Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball Soph., Key Club l, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3. BROTHERS, JANET Girls' Swim Club Pres., l.C.C. Rep., Synchronized Swim Club l, Cheerleader 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y Sec., All-School Show 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Aristocrat Prin- cess 2. BROWN, LYNN CHAMBERS, TOM BROWN, SUE Atherfies 3, Tadpoles Sec.-Treas., Ski Club, F.T.A., All-School Show, Class Council 2, 3. BROWNE, JAY Cross Country 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Lettermen's Club, Honor Society, Football Soph., Ski Club. CHANCE, JEAN BYBEE, THURSTON Synchronized Swim Club l, Student Council 2, Class Council 2, 3, Aristocrat Staff 2, 3, Swim- ming l, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3. CAMERON, JOHN Wrestling l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Football Soph., Lettermen's Club 3. CLARK, SHERRY Pom Pom Girl 3, Pep Club Jr. Rep. 2, Aristocrat Assoc. Ed., Aristocrat Queen 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Modern Dance Club 2, Jr. Escort, All-School Show 2, 3, Sr. Class Play Comm. 3. CAREY, MIKE Bridge Club l, 2, 3, Coin and Stamp Club 1, 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Chess Club 3. COLEMAN, CHRIS Student Council 3, Sr. Class Rep. 3, Ather- fies 3, Pep Club 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, All-School Show 3, Assist. COLES, RODNEY CLARK, TERRY COFFEY, LINDA Hi,Y:Le1-Ter-rnenfs mb, Swimming l, 2, 3. 1963-1964 was our year, the culmination of our expectations of previous years, and the beginning of our preparation for future yea rs. COFFMAN, PAULA Transfer from North Kansas City 2, Jr. Achievement 2, Jr. Prom Comm. COFFMAN, SANDI Cheerleader 2, 3. COHEN, RICHARD Honor Society l, 2, 3, Ski Club 2, Class Council 1, 2. COOK, KENNETH COOL, DENNIS CORBIN, CAMILLE Red Cross V.-Pres., Atherties Treas. 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, Aristocrat Staff Artist 2, 3, Hon- or Society 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Jr. Prom Comm. COWEN, RON Pre-Med Club 3, Ski Club 3, Conc. Band i, 2, 3. COZAD, RAY Bowling Club 2, 3, A.R.P.C. 1, 2, 3. CULP, JOAN Transfer 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Future Nurses 1, 2, Class Day and Lunch Comm. 3, Con- cert Choir 3. CURTIS, DONNA Color Day Princess l, All-School Show 2, 3, Ski Club Bus. Mgr. 3, Atherfies 3. CURTIS, SHIELA Atherfies Pres. 3, Color Day Princess 1, Aristocrat Princess 2. DANKS, BILL N.F.L. l, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 J.C.L. 2, 35 Hon- or Society 35 l.R.C. 3. DAY, GENE DIETER, BILL DONALDSON, WILLIAM N.D.C.C.5 Drill Team. DOREY, KATHY DOUGHERTY, LESLIE Honor Society 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Pre-Med Club 2, 35 Girls' Rifle Team 3. DUNHAIVI, JOHN Conc. Orch. l, 2, 35 All-City, All-State Orch. l, 2, 35 Bridge glub Pres.5 Chess Club V.-Pres. DUNN, JOE EASTON, LOU EDWARDS, PEGGY Concert Choir 1, 2, 35 All-City Choir l, 2, 35 All-School Show 2, 35 Folk Song Club 3. 254 D'AVILA, PAT Honor Society 35 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 35 Aristocrat 35 Drama Club 2, 35 Ski Club 15 Folk Song Club 35 Concert Choir 1, 2, 35 All-City Choir l, 2, 3. DECKER, BILL Ski Club l, 35 F.A.C. 2, 3. D'AVILA, SUE Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2,35 i.c.c. 3. DECKER, JUDY DAVIS, BEV Atherties 35 Tri-Hi-Y Pres. 35 All-School Show 2, 35 Ski Club l, 2, 35 Pep Club 25 Jr. Escort5 Class Coun- cil5 Honor Society. DELINE, MARNIE DAVIS, JACKIE DETTWILER, MARGARET Tri-Hi-Y 35 Assist. EGHOLM, JANET Pep Club 2, 35 Tri- Hi-Y 35 Girls' Ensem- ble l, 25 Assist. ELROD, TERRY Wrestling 2, 35 Pre- Med Club 35 Ski Club 3. EIHAUSEN, SHERRY LOU Girls' Ensemble 25 All-School Show 25 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Modern Dance Club 35 Assist. ERB, RUSSELL Conc. Band5 All- School Show l, 25 Track l, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Letter- men's Club5 Aristocrat 35 Red Cross. It was a year filled with chal Ienges to be met and goals to be set. FISH, CAROL FISHER, BOB Gymnastics l, 2, 35 All-City, All-Metro., All-State Gym- nastics5 Key Club Pres. 35 All-School Show i, 2, 35 Let- termen's Club l, 2, 3. FISHER, SHERRY Honor Society Sec.-Treas. l, 2, 35 Atherfies V.-Pres. 35 Pep Club Corresp. Sec. 35 Jr. Escort5 Assist. FLATER, BRUCE ESKILDSON, MARILYN Assist. FRANTZ, DICK Football Soph.5 N.D.C.C.5 N.D.C.C. Rifle Team5 All- School Show l, 2, 35 Coun- cil Capers 2, 35 Concert Choirl,2, 3. ESTLOW, NANCY Pep Club Treas. 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Jr. Escort5 Atherfies 3. FREEMAN, DOUG EVANS, FRANK Football Soph.5 Swimming l, 2, 35 Gymnastics l, 2, 3, F.A.C. FRY, TOM EVANS, KAREN Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3. GARCIA, CAROLYN GARVIN, TRAVIS Concert Choir l, 2, 3, Folk Song Club Pres. 3, Glee Club i, 2, Ski Club l, Great De- cisions 2, All-School Show l, 2, 3. GAUTIER, DIANA Jr. Escort, Pre-Mecl Club 2, 3, Newspaper l, Pep Club 3, Atherfies 3. GDOVIN, RICHARD GEBOW, JAN Atherfies 3, Tri-Hi-Y Corresp. Sec. 3, Ski Club 'l, 2, 3, Assist. GEISLER, RICHARD GIBBONS, DAVID Honor Society l, 2, 3, Y.R.C. l, 2, 3, Science Seminar 2, l.C.C., As- sist. GILKISON, JAN Y.R.C. 3, Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 3, Ski Club l, 2, Pep Club 2. GOFF, TOM Football l, N.D.C.C., Aristocrat 2, 3. GOLDMAN, STEVE Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Honor Society Pres. 3, l.C.C. V.-Pres. 3, N.F.L. V.-Pres. 3, Key Club 3, l.R.C. 2, Jour- nal 3. GRANT, CHRIS Honor Society 3, Key Club 3, Golf l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Red Cross 2, 3, Y.D.C. 3, All-State Band and Orch. 2, 3, Journal 3. GUERTNER, ROXIE Atherties 3, Pep Club V.-Pres. 3, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, Honor Society Sec. 3, Ski Club l, 2, 3, l.C.C. 3, All-School Show 2, 3, Council Capers 2. GUST, KEN HAINES, STEVE Hi-Y, Ski Club 2, Bowling Club l, 2. HALL, MARILYN Transfer from G. Washington 3, Pre- Med Club l, Pep Club 2, 3, Atherfies 3. GUNSTREAM, SHARON Honor Society 3, Ath- erfies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Concert Choir 3, Assist. .lol-IN HART, Vicki HARTMAN, JIM HAWK, TERRY HAVVKINSON MIKE club, i.c.c. All-school show 1, 2, Rifle team capf. 2, 3, QaS':fi'lH12 3 Us CDU C ,BF C O Red CI'OSSj CFOSS 31 Concefl Choll' ll 2, N.D.C.C., Greal' De- 32 Bjysf 5,a,e Key Club V pres 3 Dplo ats 3 Concert Band Choir. Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' En- semble 1, Assist. It was a year of spirit, school spirit, class spirit, and most important, individual spirit. HAZEI., MARTHA Concert Orch. 1, 2, 3, All-City Orch. 3, F.T.A. Treas. 3, l.R.C. Program Chm. HEBENSTREIT, GARY Football 1, 2, 3, Wres- tling 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club Sgt. at Arms, Key Club, Honor Society, Class Council 2. HEIN, DENNIS F.F.A. Hi-Y, Gym- 3, Journal J, 2, 3: cisions 2, Bowling Ski Club, Con- Honor Society 3: Trl- Club 1, Ski Club 3. HENDERSON, LYNN Jr. Escort, Pep Club 2, 3, Atherfies 3. HERBECK, STEVE Football 1, Baseball 2, ski Club 1, 2, Bowling Club 1, 2. HICKS, LYNDA HIDDLESTON, KAREN Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club Sr. Rep. 3, All-School Show 2, 3, Red Cross 3, Ski Club 2, Ather- fies 3. HIESTER, BOB Football 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, Key Club Treas., Honor Society, Baseball 1, 2, 3, I.C.C. Pres. 3, Lettermen's Club. HIGGINS, GARY Hi-Y 2, Jr. Achieve- ment 1, Ski Club 3. HUESEMAN, BRUCE Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Con- cert Choir 1, 2, 3, All- School Show 1, 2, 3, Folk Song Club 3, Boys' Glee Club. HUMPHREY, LYNN 7963-T964 saw failures and unsolved problems. But it also saw changes, im- provements, and triumphs. It was a year of pride. HUNTER, CAROLE HYLAND, JACK IVEY, DIANA F.T.A. 2, D.E.C.A. 3. JACOBS, JONNY All-School Treas. 3, Ather- fies 3,'Jr. Escort, Tri-Hi-Y 2 3, Synchronized Swim Club, F.T.A., Drama Club, Assist. JONES, ROBERT JUSTICE, JIM KAHM, RICK J.C.L. 2, 3, Bowling Club Treas. 3, Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, All-City Choir 2, 3, All-School Show l, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 'l, 2, Y.R.C. 3. KERR, JUDY All-School Show 2, 3, Ski Club l, 3. KERR, KATHY Honor Society 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Girls' Rifle Team 3. KOSENA, JUDY Dance Club 3, Ski Club 3, Homecoming Comm. 3, Sr. Prom Comm. 3. KRESS, BILL Hi-Y 2, 3, Y.R.C. 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3, i.c.c. 3. KRUSNIK, KATHY l.R.C. Sec. 2, Jr. Es- cort, l.C.C. 2, Ski Club, N.F.l.. l, 2, 3, Red Cross Sec. 1, 2, 3, All-City Red Cross 3, Honor Society 3, Drama Club 3, All- School Show 3. KIRKHAM, BYRON KRANTZ, GARY Assist. vu-', KAREN Pep Club Ass't Drill Master 35 Sport Club5 LAWLER, SHARON All-School Show 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Class Coun- lg Taclpoles 15 .Ski Club 3. LARSON, BOB Head Boy 35 Class Council 1, 25 Honor Society 35 Key Club5 Lettermen's C l u bp Boys' State5 All-School Show l, 2, 35 Tennis l, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 3. LEISENRING, JUDIE Modern Dance Club Pres. 35 All-School Show 2, 35 Water Show 2, 35 Gymnastic Circus 2, 35 Ski Club. LESSER, LARRY Battalion Commander 35 Drill Team l, 2, 35 Color Guard Com- mander 25 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. LIGGETT, GINA Journal l, 2, 35 Ath- erfies 35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Red Cross l, 2, 35 Jr. Escort5 Ski Club 15 As- sist. LINDQUIST, NADINE Jr. Escort, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Pre- Med Club Sec. and V.-Pres. 1, 2, 35 Y.R.C. l, 25 Atherties 35 J.R.C. 2. LONEY, BRUCE LOWE, GINI Ski Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. LOWE, GINNY Girls' Ensemble l, 25 Student Council T5 Tri-Hi-Y 3. LOWE, GREG Football I5 Track 1, 2, 35 Ten- nis 2, 35 Wrestling 25 Letter- men's Club 2, 35 Ski Club l. LUTZ, PAM Class Council 25 Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Sr. Class Play Pre-Med Club 15 Assist. LYLES, NORM MCBRAYER, ANN Trans. from Little Rock, Arkansas 35 Newspaper l, 2, 35 Girls' Ensemble 35 Ski Club 3. MCCARTHY, SHERRI All-School Show 25 Dance Club 35- Ski Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Council Capers 2. MCCOY, GLEN Basketball l, 2, 35 Track 1. I MCDONALD, CAROL Ski Club 1, 2, 3, Dance Club 2, 3, Synchronized Swim Club 2, 3, Conc. Orch. 1, 2, All-School Show 1, 2, 3, Tad- poles 1, 2, Pep Club 2. MCELYEA, BILL Cross Country 3, Track 3, Lettermen's Club 3. McGARR, MARY McGEARY, GEORGE McKAY, JUDY Aristocrat Sr. Ed. 3, Pep Club Drill Master 3, Jr. Escort, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, Ather- fies 3, Assist. MCSHANE, JUDY Aristocrat Co-Editor 3, N.F.L. 1, 2, 3, I.R.C. 1, 2, Sr. Prom Comm. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, All- School Show 2, 3, Pep Club 2, l.C.C. 2, Ath- erfies 3, Girls' Ensem- ble 1, 2, Modern Dance Club 2, 3. MacMlLLAN, JAN Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, All- School Show 2, 3, Pep Club 2, l.C.C. 2, Atherties 3, Girls' En- semble 1, 2, Modern Dance Club 2, 3. MAGUIRE, KATHY MAIB, LARRY Conc. Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Sr. Class Rep., Aristocrat 3, King Eros 3, Key C l u b, Lettermen's Club, Student Council 3. MALLOW, VIRGINIA Sr. Class Rep., Color Day Princess 2, Home- coming Princess 3, Honor Society 3, Ath- erfies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Jr. Es- cort, Student Council 3. MANSFIELD, MARTIN Class Council 1, 2, 3, Honor Society V.-Pres. 3, l.C.C. Treas., Key Club, Track 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's C l u b, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, All-School Show 3. MARESH, NANCY Atherties 3, Ski Team 1, 2, 3, Swim Club 1, Great Decisions 2, Y.R.C. 1, 2, Assist. To the class of '64 alone belonged the ultimate pride. MARSHALL, Jo CAROL Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Atherfies 3. MARSHALL, MARGARET Pom Pom Girl 2, 3, Honor Society 3, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Tadpoles 1, 2, 3, Class Council 1, 2, 3, All-School Show 3, Atherfies 3, Sr. Prom Comm., Sr. Class Play. MATTHEWS, CHRIS it MILLER, BRIAN N.D.C.C. i, 2, 3, Let- termen's Cl u b 3, Cortc. Band i, 2, 3, Track Team Mgr. I, 2, All-School Show 2, 3, Basketball Team Mgr. 3, Boys' Glee Club 3. MILLER, JEFF MILLER, STEVE Gymnastics 2, 3, Foot- ball l, Pre-Med Club 2, Hi-Y 2, Ski Club i. MILLER, TOM Football 3, Baseball 2. MILLER, CONNIE MILLER, DAVE MILLER DICK liziofrggiiely 1 3 Boys Gle Club 2, 3. MITCHEM, ALLEN MOODY, JOHN MOORHEAD, ANNE Pep Club Point Chm. 3, Jr. Escort, Tadpoles Sec.-Treas. i, 2, 3, Atberfies 3, Swim Club 1, 2, Pre-Med Club Sec. 2, 3, I.R.C. 3. MULHAUSEN, DIANNE Y.R.C. 3, Bowling Club 3, Jr. Escort, Great Decisions 1, As- sist. NASI, JIM Basketball 1, 2, 3, Concert Choir Chap- lain 2, 3, All-City, All- State Choir, Glee Club Pres. 2, 3, All-School Show 2, 3, Letter- men's Club. NELSON, DICK Baseball 2, 3, Class Council 1, 2, 3, Key Club, Ski Club. NEWCOMER, BILL N.F.L. 2, 3, Tennis, Basketball I, Hi-Y Pres. 3, Lettermen's Club, Conc. Bancl i, 2. NOVOSAD, DIANE Honor Society 3, Con- cert Choir I, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3. OLSON, MILLIE ORDELHEIDE, OTT, SAM OUTMAN, JIM Journal l, 2, 35 Conc. Band N.F.L. Pres. 35 l'lOI'1OI' I Sec.-Trees. l- 2, 35 All-City, All- Concert Choir 3 Society 2, 3: 2 State Band5 Jr. Escort. ' PALLEY, MARY Aristocrat 35 Class Council 35 Honor So- ciety 2, 35 Jr. Prom Princess 25 Jr. Escort. PARKHILL, GERALD Ski Club 35 Baseball l. PARTIN, RICK N.D.C.C. l, 2, 3. PATRON, JAN Class Council 35 Sr. Class Rep.5 Student Council 35 P r o m Comm. 2, 35 Ski Club Sec. 35 Sr. Class Play5 Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Honor Society 3. PATTON, CINDY All-School Show 2, 35 Ski Club. PEARSON, STEVE Class Council lp Jour- nal l5 Ski Club l, 2 PEAY, GREG PEDERSEN, LINDA Modern Dance Club 2, 35 Water Show 25 Assist. 35 Debate 2, 35 J.C.L We were proud to say: We've taken the reins We've lasted the course We've mastered the work We've won our fame. PELSUE, BRAD Conc. Band Pres. 35 Class Council 35 N.F.L. 2, 35 Conc. Orch. I, 2, 35 Diplomats5 A,F.S. Finalist 25 Track l, 2, 35 Ski Club 25 Drama Club l, 2, 35 Football l. PERKIN, MIKE Baseball l, 2, 35 Ski Club l, 2, 3. PERRY, CAROL Bowling Club 2. 3. PERSSON, PETERS, JOAN BRITT-INGER Ski Club 2, 3, All- F Q r 9 i g n Exchange School Show 2, 3. Student from Swe- den, Pep Club 3, Stu- dent Council 3, l.R.C. 3, All-School Show 3, Homecoming Queen 3. PETTEE, KATHLEEN Atherfies 3, Pep Club 2, 3, TrlHlY 2, 3, Concert Choir 2, All- School Show 2, Coun- cil Capers 2, Drama Club 2. PHILLIPS, LESA Aristocrat l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Pom Pom Girl 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Home- coming Princess 3, Atherties 3, Class Council l, Sr. Class Play, Miss Teenage Denver. PHIPPS, ALICE Concert Choir 2, Hon- or Society Treas. 3. Q POLIVNICK, BARBARA Pre-Med Club Treas. 2, 3, All-School Show 2, Ski Club 3, Coun- cil Capers 2. POLLARD, CAROL Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, N.F.L. 2, 3, F.T.A. I.C.C. Rep. i, 2, 3, Jr. Escort, l.R.C. Sec. 3. PREYER, LOUISE PRITCHARD, RUSSELL Basketball Mgr. 3. PRUSSING, CINDY Jr. Class V.-Pres., Stu- dent Council 2, Class Council I, 2, 3, Jr. C I a s s Color Day Queen, Tri-Hi-Y Sec. 3, Atherfies l.C.C. Rep. 3. RALSTON, CHUCK Key Club, Tennis 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Cross Country l, Wrestling 2, 3. RASK, JACKIE D.E.C.A. 3. RATHBUN, DAVE Bowling Club 3, Ski Club 3, Hi-Y 3, Assist. RAZATOS, SUZIE Student Council 1, Class Council l, 2, Soph. Class Rep., Prom Comm. 2, 3, Ski Club Pres. 2, 3, l.C.C. Sec. 3. REESE, CAROL Honorary Caclet Lt. Col. 3, Girls' State, Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 3, F.T.A. V.-Pres. 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Jr. Escort. RENALDE, JUDY RICE, MARC RICE, SAM RICHARDS, DIANA Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 3. RICHMOND, MARJORIE Ski Club 2, 3, Folk Song Club 2. RIDDELL, GAIL Girls' Rifle Team l, Modern Dance Club 2, Girls' Ensemble l, 2, 3, D.E.C.A. 3, As- sist. ROBBINS, WARREN ROBERTS, GLENN Concert Choir l, 2, 3, All-School Show l, 2, 3, Council Capers 2, Boys' Glee Club l, 2. ROOF, BRUCE Track 1, 2, 3, Golf l, 2, 3, Key Club, Ski Club, Student Coun- cil, Sr. Class Rep., Let- termen's Club. ROTH, AL Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Key Club Sec. 2, 3, Conc. Orch. l, 2, 3. ROUSE, .IODIE All-School Sec. 3, Jr. Cla s s Sec., Soph. Class Rep., Honor So- ciety 2, 3, Girls' Swim Club Pres. 2, Pep Club 2, 3, All-School Show 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Student Council l, 2, 3, Ski Club l, 3. RUDOLPH, SHARON All-School Show 2, 3, Cla s s Council 3, Y.D.C. Pres. 3, Red Cross, Assist. SANBURG, ERIK RUSSELL, JIM ROUSE, KAREN 'P . SANDERS, SARGENT, PENNY SAXTON, CHARLES SCHAMACH RICHARD SCHIERENBERG DAPHNE Bowling Club 3, Ski Glee Club 2 CI Dy 2 LINDA Class Council 1, 3, Club 2, 3, N.D.c.c. 3. sawn? Gb 2 AHSI1 ' skicu Sr. Hall Chm., French ' Club 3, Ski Club l, 2, QT?-P1 fppgfjfj 2f""m' SCHWABAUER, ' ' DIANE We've been The leaders We've faced The challenges We've won The honors We've seT The example We've been The besT. SCHOENFELD, BARBARA Pep Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, ATherfies 3. SCHRAMEYER, DIANA Ski Club 2. SCHUMACHER, JANET Honor Society 2, 3, F.T.A. Pres., Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, All-School Show 1, 2, 3, Concert Choir Pres., Pep Club 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, Folk Song Club 3. Head Pom Pom Girl 2, 3, Jr. Aristocrat Prin- cess, Jr. Escort, Tri- Hi-Y 3, All-School Show 2, 3. SCRIVNER, GARRY SEELEY, JANET I.R.C. 2, 3, Afherfies 3, Assisf. SETH, RICHARD Ski Club. SHAFER, ANTON SHAHAN, GARY Honor Society 3, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, Key Club 3, All-School Show 3, Tennis 2, Lef- Termen's Club 3, As- sisf. SHERIDAN, PAULA SMITH, LARRY Concert Choir l, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, All-City, All - S T a Te Choir 1. SMITH, STAN Baseball 2, Glee Club 2, Bowling Club 1, 2, All-School Show 1, Color Day 2. SNIEGOWSKI, HARVEY Bowling Club 3, Boys Glee Club 2, 3, Sr. Prom, All-School Show 3. STEINER, ALAN Hi-Y 3, Red Cross 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Honor Society 3, All-School Show 2, 3, Science Seminar 3. STEINHAUER, GLEN Football I, Ski Club, Asst. STELZER, CATHY STILES, KAREN Honor Society 3, Ath- erfies 3. STOOKEY, DON STORHAUG, ARLENE Tri-Hi-Y 3. STRAUSS, LINDA Pre-Med Club i, 2, 3, l.R.C. 3, Honor So- ciety 3. STUBBS, SANDY Atherfies 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Pep Club 2, ski Club 3, Y.R.C. Sec. 1, 2. SULLIVAN, JIM TARR, JIM Football 1, 2, Basket- Conc. Band I, 2, 3 ball l, 2, 3, Baseball Pre-Med Club 1, 2, 3 i, 2, 3, Key Club 1, Honor Society 3. 2, 3. TATUM, MARY Girls' Ensemble. TAYLOR, GERALD Wrestling 2, 3. TEARNAN, JO THEBUS, PAUL Football 1, 2, Wres- tling 2. 0'9- THERRELL, JAN THOMAS, ALAN Head Girl 3, Soph. Honor SOCLQTY 3i Class Sec., Soph. Col- B0Wllf1Q ClUl3 2, 3: or Day Queen, Hon- Y-R-C 3- orary Cadet 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Honor Society 3, Jr. Escort, D.A.R. Award 3, Ski Club. THOMPSON, MARJORIE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. THOMPSON, TERRY THURSTIN, JUNE Ski Club 2, 3, Sr. Class Play. THOMPSON, CLIFF Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, Ski Club 1, 2. We've We've We've We've TIPTON, CURT TIPTON, ROBERT Pre-Med Club 2, 3, Honor Society 3, Conc. Band l, 2, 3, Show Band l, 2, 3, Conc. Orch. 2, Ski Club l. TODD, CHUCK Boys' Glee Club, Folk Song Club, Sr. Class Play, All-School Show, Lab Assist. TROUT, ROBERT Football 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3. ' TYNER, HOLLY Journal 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, ski Club 1, 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Pep Club 2, Assist. UNDERWOOD, STAN Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Assist. THOMPSON, KAREN Bowling Club 1, 2, 3 Great Decisions l, Tri Hi-Y 3, Assist. won our games had our prom presented our play done our fob. VanGELDER .IODI VAUGHN ROBIN VIVIAN, RON , I.C.C. Class Council 2 V Rep 3 Afherfieg 3, Great Decisions 2, 3. HIY2 3 WARD, BOB Red Cross Pres. 3, Hi-Y Sec. 3, G r e at Decisions 2 N.D.C.C. 2, 3. WARDE, TONY WARNER, DAN WATSON, LESLIE Atherfies Sec. 3, Tri- Hi-Y Treas. 3, Class Council 3, Pre-Med Club l, 2, 3, l.R.C., Color Day 3, Great Decisions. WELCH, MIKE Aristocrat 3, Pre-Med C l u b l.C.C. Rep., Y.R.C. Pres., Red Cross l, 2, 3, Boys' State, Hi-Y 2, 3. WELKER, FRANK Football l, 2, 3, Var. Co-Capt. 3, Second Team, All-City 3, Aris- tocrat l, 2, 3, Letter- men's Club 3. WELLER, ELLIE Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Ski Club I, 3, Y.R.C. l, Pre- Med 1, 2, 3, Atherfies 3, Red Cross l, 2, 3, Assist. WESTBY, ROBERT WADLINGTON, WAGLE JIM CHRIS Pep Club 2, 3, Ski Club l, 2, 3, Rifle Team 3. We've had our laughs We've cried our tears We've played the role We've been sincere. We've had OUR YEAR WHITE, CHERI Ski Club, Drama Club Tri-Hi-Y. WHITE, SUSAN Honor Society 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Sr Class V.-Pres., Jr. Es cort, Student Council 2, 3, Pre-Med Club l, 2, 3. WHITTENBURG, LYNNE Girls' Ensemble 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Moder atiflrrfn n ' af Xl? 'Wi- Dance Club 2, 3, 13 1 Drama Club 3. T55 if Y' .fc-..T7'f t r. S 7 WIEDERSPAN, SUSI Pep Club Pres. 3, N.F.L. 1, 2, 3, Ather- fies 3, Red Cross 1, 2, Jr. Escort, Honor So- ciety 3. WIGHTMAN, MIKE Swimming 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Letter- men's Club 2, 3. WILDE, PATTI I.R.C. 3, So'Loquians 3, Y.R.C. 3, Assist. WILHELMS, GALE Football 1, Track 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Let- termen's Club 1, 2, 3. WILSON, DIANNE Honorary Cadet Mir. 2, 3, Girls' State 2, F.T.A. Treas., N.F.L. l 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Jr. Escort, Ski Club 1, 2 3, Assist. 1 I WIRTZ, KEN Editor-in-Chief of Jour- nal 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, Class Council 1, 2, Jr. Class Pres., Dance Band 1, 2, Swimming 3. WOLF, CHARLENE Honor Society 2, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Sgt. at Arms 3, Jr. Escort, Honorary Cadet 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3. WOLFF, DONNA Pep Club 2, 3, Jr. Es- cort, Tadpoles 1: Aqualinas 2, Honor Society 3, Swim Team Sec. 3. WORLEY, SHELBY WRAY, JOAN Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, Assist. YACKEY, JOHN Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, All-City Bowling 2, Honor Society 3. YOUNGER, EUGENE ZAFFORE, SUSAN F.T.A. 2, 3, Drama Club 3, Ski Club 1,.2, 3, Girls' Ensemble 3, Red Cross, Assist. ZANETELL, LOREN ZIEGLER, LARRY Swimming 1, 2, 3, Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Bowling Team 3. HALL IF FAM ' BETTY ICROCKER HOIYIEIIIIAKINO AWARD DIANEDNOVOSAD I b I 9 DIAR. AWARD I ., I JAN THERRELL ELKS YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARD I DOB LARSON I I DD!1A I MAKER IT YOURSELF WITHVYOOL CONTEST C, I I DISTRICT WINNER 4 q 5DIANE SCHW I ANATIONAL MERIT I I MARIAN . 'MARTIN IMARY P ALICE PHIPPS ' A BOB TIPTON E SENATE YOUTH STEvE ASHAFFROTH EXTEMPORANEOUS DIANNE I f STEVE' SOUTH DENVER ORTIIWST I ' L, SAUZIW BENNETT I I I 270 A 9 .lk wa in . ,N . 2 9 V I A+. 4 ,J 55' Qty., . 1, v 4. , . ' E 'AJ ', C HAS iANDRESEN JOHNQ ARTHUR, J STEVE-ASHTON ' T SUZI- BENNETT 'Rf PAUL BERNARD . JANET BROTHERS CAMILLE CORBLNA Bos FISHER ' STEVE GOLDMANEL CHRIS GRANT A ROXIE GUERTNER A TERRY THAWKL A GARY HEBHENSTREIT A Bos 'HIESTER .TA' 3 KATHY KRUSNIK A JUDY MCKAY LARRY MAL5 . A DAVE MILLERAT R MARY PALLEY A BRADATPELSUE A BRLTTQPERSSON' I ALICEYPHIPPS, J CAROL REESE JODIE R ousE -. A JANET ' SCHEUMACHEE JANET GERALD T SUE ' SUSI HONORABLE. K Serious, yet fun-loving STEVE ASHTON has aught much to Thomas Jefferson, especially th his musical ability. He has been a member the concert band, the Diplomats and various tool musical groups. Although co-editor of The istocrat, leader of The Notables and a player th The Catalinas, Steve still finds time to be tive in school affairs and consistently receives equate grades for academic achievement. ave's dependability and serious purpose in lite 2 commendable. wltgqzxp . As President of Lettermen's Club, CHAS ANDRESEN has accepted leadership and responsibility. He was chosen by his teammates as co-captain of the varsity football team, made First Team All-City, and has participated in baseball, basketball, and track. Along with his many other activities, Chas has been an active member of Key Club and F.C.A. .fs,..fN.,.t.t.,...........s...,,.,,,..,, .,,,. wM,MMa.s. .,.. - .. .. K , as MW-M-.. -MM... . JS 6 .www-.ss-Mf.....,..s.,.. W ,, I ,, 3 rrvwrrwhvvtwvwmwnw -,.. - X .H vw-mmfhlnvwwy.--.f..,.-.c. - ...J S wg? JOHN ARTHUR has been an active participant in the speech pro- gram at T.J. He served as Vice-President of N.F.L. during his junior year. John has maintained his high scholastic standing through Na- tional Honor Society. He has also been active in Ski Club, I.R.C., and Boys' Glee Club. SUZI BENNETT is well known for citizenship and lead- ership. She has been an Honorary Cadet, Aristocrat Busi- ness Manager, Senior Representative, and Vice-President of Concert Choir. She was active in almost all class and school activities, in addition to serving the community. PAUL BERNARD has greatly served his school in many capacities. He was an enthusiasticand hard-working Senior Class President, Lettermen's Club Vice-President, and a mem- ber of Key Club and National Honor Society. In athletics Paul also excelled as a varsity fullback, an "A" squad wrestler, and an All-City runner. His interests also range into music, and he played in Concert Orchestra for three years. Paul's suc- cesses as a student and as a person include other areas, too, and he ranks high in the graduating class. Perky JANET BROTHERS has contributed much Spartan spirit through her many activities. As a cheerleader, Janet has supported T.J.'s broad athletic program. Janet has also been active in several swim clubs, gaining the presidency of the Girls' Swim Club. She has also served as Tri-Hi-Y Secretary during the last year. Through the many artistic contributions of CAMILLE COR- BIN, T.J. has profited. Camille has won several awards for her ability in art, and she is also Artist for the Aristocrat. Camille has managed to serve as Vice-President of Jr. Red Cross and Treasurer of Atherfies. She has participated in National Honor Society, Pep Club, and Tri-Hi-Y. Through his active participation in the many phases of gymnastics, BOB FISHER has achieved great success dur- ing his high school years. As a T.J. gymnast, Bob has placed in All-City, All-Metro., and All-State Gymnastic Meets during his last three years. He also accepted the responsibility of being Key Club President. -V V , Pa 1 I STEVE GOLDMAN has made a great many contributions through his speaking ability. Steve won the coveted Governor Shaffroth Speech Contest in both his iunior and senior years. Along with his speech activities, Steve has served as President of T.J.'s National Honor Society, as N.F.L. Vice-President, and as a member of Key Club. -...K sv ,VMf"' iight CHRIS GRANT finds himself very much at home in athletics music and academics Chris is recognized for his athletic ability in basketball and golf He has been a mem ber ofthe National Honor Society Key Club Jr Red Cross and the Journal Staff 274 As Vice-President of Pep Club, ROXIE GUERTNER has contributed much Spartan spirit through her boundless energy. She has been active in Atherties, Concert Choir, National Honor Society, and Ski Club. so Q .ft o-. ,I " .Jaw J. Athletically inclined TERRY HAWK has through his participation in basketball, baseball, and ten- nis. He has contributed greatly as Vice-President of Key Club and Secretary-Treasurer of Lettermen's Club. Terry has represented T.J. at Boys' State. As President of Inter-Club Council, BOB HIESTER has played an important role at T.J. With his participation in clubs, Bob still finds time to maintain his high aca- demic record. He has contributed to football, baseball, and basketball during his high school years. He has also been a member of National Honor Society, Key Club, and Lettermen's Club. known success Academically and athletically inclined, GARY HEB- ENSTREIT has achieved recognition on the football field, on the wrestling mat, and on the baseball dia- mond. Gary has served as Sgt.-at-Arms of Letter- men's Club, and has been active in Key Club and National Honor Society. Q. Through her active participation in the speech pro- gram, KATHY KRUSNIK has found much recognition. She has been an active participant in National Honor Society, Red Cross, Drama Club, l.R.C., and Ski Club. in g I JUDY McKAY's proficiency in typing and stenography earned recognition for her as the outstanding student in business educa- tion. As Senior Class Editor ot the yearbook, Judy has been a val- uable asset to the Aristocrat Staff this year, as in other years. In addition to her business and journalistic abilities, she demon- strated school spirit, citizenship, and poise as the Pep Club Drill .'-...v Master, as a Junior Escort, and as a member of Atherfies, Tri-Hi-Y, and F.T.A. I. 1551131 LARRY MAIB has been extremely active in athletics, music, and student government, He is known to the Seniors as "Class Cut Up." He has proven his ability as a musician through his participation in T.J.'s Con- cert, Stage, and Dance Bands. As Royalty Editor of the Aristocrat, he has shown his artistic talent. He has also served as Senior Class Representative. As Valedictorian of the 1964 Senior Class, MARY PALLEY has made many worthwhile contributions. While maintaining her straight A-average, she has served as Clubs Editor of the Aristocrat and has participated in National Honor Society and Class Council. She was also a National Merit Finalist. BRAD PELSUE has contributed much to T.J. through his citizenship and musical ability. He has served as Concert Band President and has participated in Concert Orchestra and the Diplomats. He has taken an active part in Senior Class Coun- cil, N.F.L., Drama Club, and Ski Club. Last year he was an American Field Service Finalist. . " 'M vm... , iii DAVE MILLER has contributed to T.J. in many dif- ferent ways. His academic ability, musical talent, and notable citizenship have won recognition for him. Dave has participated in National Honor Society, Con- cert Choir, Boys' Glee Club, and has served as Junior Class Representative. BRITT PERSSON, a native of Sweden, has been an active member of T.J. She has participated in Pep Club, Student Council, I.R.C., and was in the cast of the All-School Show. Through Britt, we learned about her homeland, and she learned about ours. Britt con- tributed much to each member of T.J. 277 As an Honorary Cadet Lt. Col., CAROL REESE has ac- cepted the responsibility of leadership and citizenship. ' She has served as the Chaplain of Tri-Hi-Y and Vice-Pres- ft' ident of F.T.A. Pep Club aryl National Honor Society are A two other clubs in which she has participated. , ,V , V. , is A Through her knowledge ot English, ALICE PHIPPS added a great deal to T.J. She was one of six National Merit Finalists from T.J. and was honored as one of 800 outstanding English students in the United States. Alice has been an active member of Concert Choir and has served as Treasurer of National Honor Society. JODIE ROUSE has served as a conscientious leader in her roles as All-School Secretary, Junior Class Secretary, and Sophomore Class Representative. She has been active in National Honor Society, Girl's Swim Club, Pep Club, Student Council, and Ski Club. Known for her outstanding scholarship and al ability, JANET SCHUMACHER has dis- her talents in many school activities. As of Concert Choir and President of .T.A., Janet is kept busy. She is also a member Tri-Hi-Y and Pep Club. With all of these activ- Janet has maintained her fine academic rec- as a member of the National Honor Society. Questioning, interested, and intelligent, JANET SEELEY has added variety to her senior year by ex- celling in Home Economics and Science. As President of l.R.C., she shows her leadership ability. She has also been an active member of Atherfies. -l f t- -17' r . 1 3 A fine characteristic of athletics incorporates the ability of JERRY TAYLOR. Jerry, known through wres- tling, has also served T.J. through citizenship. FRANK WELKER is gifted with many talents, such as athletics, music, and photography. To all of these he con- tributes his own sparkle and humor, making him well liked in addition to being well respected. Frank was elected co-captain of the varsity football team and placed on the All-City Team. 279 ., ,. A.MRE'.,-n atv 'S SUSI WIEDERSPAN'S unusual school spirit was evi- dent in her capable leadership as President of the Spartan Spirits. Her participation in Atherfies, Red Cross, and N.F.L. also marked her as an T.J. citizen. Susi has been recognized for her ability in speech and her high grade average, which earned her a place in National Honor Society. The Editor-in-Chief of the Journal this year, KEN WIRTZ, was known not only as an important figure in publications, but also as an all-round, active student, and a class leader. He served as Junior Class President, attended Boys' State, and was a member of Key Club, and Honor Society. Citizenship, leadership, and school spirit are the attributes which place SUE WHITE in the Hall of Fame. In addition to her active participation in Student Council and Senior Class Coun- cil and her service as Senior Class Vice-President, Sue has maintained a high grade average throughout high school which has placed her in the National Honor Society. She has shown her enthusiasm and friendliness as a Spartan Spirit and her serious goals as a member of Pre-Med Club. V outstanding DIANNE WILSON brought the Shatfroth Speech Trophy home to stay at T.J. She was our representative to Girls' State, an Hon- orary Cadet, and Treasurer ot F.T.A. She was active in several clubs and a high-ranking senior in the class of '64. CHARLENE WOLF is known as a fine English student and An all-round student, she was an Honorary Cadet member of Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, and Club. T.J. had an Olympic-quality swimmer in senior DONNA WOLFF, who placed at the top in the Jr. Nationals in the breaststroke. She also served the school in Pep Club, Honor Society, and as Swim Team Secretary, as well as ranking high in her class. HONORABLE MENTION ATKINSON, DENISE BERG, PAM BOWERSOX, MARIAN BRALY, JANE BRALY, JANET BYBEE, THURSTON CHAMBERS, TOM CLARK, SHERRY COHEN, RICH CURTIS, SHEILA DANKS, BILL DAY, GENE DOUGHERTY, LESLIE DUNHAM, JOHN ERB, RUSS FISHER, SHERRY FRY, TOM GAUTIER, DIANA GOFF, TOM HENDERSON, LYNN HYLAND, JACK JACOBS, JONNY LESSER, LARRY LIGGETT, GINA MCELYEA, BILL MCSHANE, JUDY MALLO, VIRGINIA MOORHEAD, ANNE MULHAUSEN, DIANNE NASI, JIM NEWCOMER, BILL OLSON, MILLIE OUTMAN, JIM PETTEE, KATHY PHILLIPS, LESA PRUSSING, CINDY SCHWABAUER, DIANE STUBBS, SANDY TARR, JIM TODD, CHUCK VAUGHN, ROBIN WARD, BOB WATSON, LESLIE WELCH, MIKE WORLEY, SHELBY The Senior Class unifed, Together, a vvlwole in ifself 282 'JN I . i' 21 'P RK nf: .m y-,,-., f W ' W-, ri wx ff.. f. 4 ?wjT'i5?"' Q Seniors strive for educafion in helping each ofner and in Working alone YW I 283 A Senior's goal is To achieve ,, J. ,, A, wir for Themselves . . . and . . . for orhers 284 Seniors exerf enfhusiasm -, XA If alone . . . and . . . with others. A Seniors Pleasure ls To Remember "He who receives an idea from me, receives insfrucfion himself without lessening mineg As he who lights his Taper at mine re- ceives light wiihouf darkening mine." -Thomas Jefferson Say, Paul . , . 112 And we will never forget the Junior High. SENIOR J. B. GARDENSEEUS MEMCDRABLE SAFETY WEEK EPISODE Sie DeDum Da Da Oh"- Garclenseed! . . ' Il? What kind of maniac would drive like that? 287 Ga-Ga-Goo-Goo Time for a refread! Run! v -L, G Q 25 E21 5 X . a s L , ali: 4 3 Andersen, Melton ..... ,... 1 6 Ashton, Robert ...... .,... 1 6 Ballard, Don A. . 16 Barnes, Allerton . .,,, 16 Barnes, Noraine ,,,,,,,. 16 Beal, Barry ....,.,,., ..... ...,.. 1 6 Beck, Charles D. . , ,, 16, 118 Brenning, Carrie ....... ........,,.. 1 6 Burry, Florence ,, 16 Cannon, Rozanne ,,,,... ..... 1 6 Carl, Douglas ,,.,.,,,, , 17 Casagranda, Herman 17 Choury, Elmer C. ..,,. 17 Clemensen, Chris ,..., 17 Cohen, Evelyn ....... . . 17 Couwlier, Ruth ,,,,., .. ,,,,,, ., 17 Cutting, George .,,. .,.... 1 7, 117 Daniels, Jean .,,,, . ,,,.,... 17 Dawson, Moior .....,................,,. .. 130 Day, Donald .. 17, 88, 153 DeMott, Gail ..,... Dieter, Laura ,, Doherty, Ruth ,... Dorsett, Merle , Dutton, Robert ..... Ek, George . Fernandez, Tessie .. Aber, Densel Ables, William E. , , Adcock, Roger ........... ,17 17 17, 77 Agers, Jetirey C. ....,.... .. Aglar, Danny Peter ....... 18, 118 18,109 ,. 18 193 .. 181 118 193 Aglor, Dlnah . ............... .. .. 250 Alberg, Richard ,,,, ,,,,,. 1 16, 21o Albi, John l. ......., ,, 169 Albright, Jim .......... ......... 2 10 Albright, Karen M. , ,................ 169 Albright, Ran ...,...,, .. .,... 88, 230 Allen, Barby ..... .... .......... 1 9 3 Allen, Dennis .... ..... . 230 Allen, Jeanne .. ..,.... ,, , 230 Allen, Rodney Lewis ....... 141, 210 Allen, Ronald Lee . ...... ., .... 210 Alper, Elizabeth Diane . 210 Altman, Bevvy ...,......... ...,.. 7 1, 193 Ambrosoli, Lynn .. .... .. ..,.. 169 Anderson, Cindy .. .. 124, 210 Andersen, Douglas . ........,,........ 193 Anderson, Gary ........ .. 250 Anderson, Laura ....,.,,,........ ...... 1 69 Anderson, Lauri Jean ..,. 93, 124, 163, 230 Anderson, Mellene G, Anderson, Vicki ..,.,.... ...... ........ 2 3 0 Anderson, Vicki ., ...............,,.... 181 Andresen, Chas ........ 49, 87, BB, 136, 138, 139,140, 250, 272 Andrew, Lanny Russell .... 144, 210 Andrews, Bonnie ............ 158, 193 Andrews, Carla .. .. 230 Andrews, Lanny .... ,.,......... . 169 Arbuckle, Clilton .... ........ 1 13, 193 Arlwcltls, Den ...., ,..,, ,,,, 1 1 8, 181 Arbuckle, Lois . ....., ......... 1 18, 169 Archer, Carol ......,. 71, 90, 111, 124, 230 Archer, Mark .....,.............,. ........ 1 B1 Archuleta, Donna Lynn Archuleta, Mark L. Arck, Ellen J. Arck, Linda Beth Arndt, Kay . ,.,. 52, 83, 90, 103, 104, 250 Arendt, Paul Henry 118, 181 Arendt, Tammy .....,. ........ 1 10, 210 Arnold, Cindy ....... ,. .....,..... 181 Arp, Jerry ...... ................. ...... 2 1 0 Arrow, Andrea ..,,. 105, 181 Arrow, Lynne ............ 96, 105, 230 Arrowsmith, Jack R. Arthur, John .. 49, 83, 99, 272, 250 Arthur, Julie . ........, . .. 181 Artus, Steve ...........,..... .,... , 230 Ashcrait, Chris . .............. 116, 250 Ashcroft, Craig Stanley ,. ...,.,... 193 Ashton, Kathy .... .....,.. ..,. 1 1 8, 193 Ashton, Steve .... 70, 125, 250, 272 Aspinwall, Cathy B. Aspinwall, Mary . .,.... .. 181 Aspinwall,Susan Aspinwoll, Thomas . . 169 FACULTYQSTUDENT DIRECTORY Fichter, Rosemary .... . , ..,, 18 Fischer, Jean ....,........ .. 18, 107 Fischer, Silvia . ...,... . ,... 18 Fleming, Margaret ...,. ,. ., . 18 Frazier, Thomas . 18 Fritts, Chantrey ..... 18 Freerksen, William ..... ,. , 19 Gallegos, Claude .... 19 Garlinghouse, Grant . 19 19 Garrett, Helen ......... ,, ,, , Gilford, Howard . , ..... 19 Gilmore, Eldon ....... ..,.,. . . 19 Golder, Richard . ...... ......, 19 Goodwin, Carl , 19, 154, 155 Greenwood, Charles ..... ..... ...... 1 9 Hamill, Dorsey , ,... 19, 110, 112, 113 Hart, Randall . ..... .......... 1 9, 103 19 Hays, Loren . .... Helander, Paul .,,,. .... 1 9, 82 Hess, Janice ............. ..... 1 9, 91 Hinkle, Patricia . .... ........ 1 9 Holmes, Fred E. .,.... ..,... 1 9 Hoots, Virginia .... .. 19 Horn, Jerry ..,......., ......... 1 9 Horton, Barbara .... .. .......,..... 20 Hughes, Kenneth ..,,,, 20, 152 Hunter, Russon ..... 20 Hyman, Leah ..... ...... 2 0 llgaudas, Lucille .... . 20, 86 Atherton, Kenneth ......,,,,...... . 169 FACULTY INDEX Jarrett, Winilred ......... ..... 2 O, 114 Johnson, Elizabeth . ........,......... 20 Johnson, Gilbert .......,. .......... 2 1 Jones, Mary .,,,......... ....... 2 1 Jozwick, William . .... ...... 2 1 Justice, Kenneth ...,. .......... 2 1 Kasdorf, Virginia .. .,..... 21, 101 Keables, John ..... ............. 2 1 Kenistan, Helen .. ............. 21 King, Virginia ..... ...... 2 1, 229 Kacinski, Leonard .,.... .........,,.. 2 1 Krob, Leslie J. N.. . 21 Lallo, Aldo .......... ..... 2 1, 63 Lambdin, Ruth . . .... 21 Lambert, Carole , ......... 21 Lauriosen, Ruth ....,,.... ......,.......,., 2 1 Learned, Gordon .... 21, 144, 146, 158 Lehman, Sara ...........,.... 21, 92, 122 Lewis, Nolan ..... 21, 97 L'Heureux, lrmo .. , ...... .. 21 Lort, Arthur . . , 21, 99 Lowe, Ruth . ..... ....... .....,.... 2 1 McGregor, John . ...... 22, 111, 124, 126 Mclsughlln, John ........,,...... 22, 87 McLeran, Jane i............. ......,.... 2 2 Mason, Harold lBerl1 ....,. 22, 37, 70, 79, 100, 120, 121 Bebell, Jan ..... .... .,.,..,. 1 9 3 Bebell, Linda Jean . 22 87 Mayfield, Grace B. ,,..,,,... H, 22 Miles, John ,,..,...... ...... 22 89 Moomaw, Louise ..... ......... Moritz, Eileen ....., ......... Moser, Donald ..... ,... 2 2, Murphy, Lynn ...... Musick, Isabel .... ................. Myers, William . .......... 22, Nelson, Kenneth ..... New, Rosetw ......, O'Brien, Walter ...... O'Neill, Naama ...... Peterson, Patricia Pierson, E. Eugene .... Pike, Earl ................ Pollard, Evelyn ....,.. Pomeranz, Rose .....,. Price, Leonard .,.,.... Protextar, Rose ,...... 23 23, 56, . 22 22 23, 23 23 .23 Ramsay, Lt. Cal. ...... ......- 1 30 Ramsey, Richard ..... Randall, Robert ,...... Ray, Marland ....... Rebell, Milton C. Rich, Albert ............ Ridgway, Donald Ridgway, Jerine .... 1 23, 96 14 82 ..... .. , Schumacker, William li. .... 15, 37, 64, 65 Shannon, Robert .......... ............. 2 4 Smith, Alfred ........ ......... 2 4, 105 Smith, Gerald .,.,.,....,......... 24, 156 Smith, Robert .,........ 24, 108, 208 Sorensen, Donald ................ 24, 117 Speyer, Carole .................,.......... 24 Stanbrough, Jane ................ 24, 85 Stanclill, Elizabeth B. ...... 15 St. John, Charlene ...... ....., 2 4 Theimer, William ...... 24 Baughman, Charles . .... .. 160, Baughman, Cindy ............ 113, Atkinson, Denise .. . 86, 90, 93, 124, 162, 250, 281 Augter, Gary ............. ..,...... . 181 Autrey, Jeanette .. ............ 90, 250 Averch, Patti , ....,...,...,..,,.,. ,. 169 Aylsworth, Ken 52, 93, 89, 103, 120, 250 Bachman, Keith ,,,,.,,,,,,,.....,. , 250 Bahrych, Lynn ..... ., 101, 115, 230 Bahrych, Theresa ............. .,....,... 1 81 Baier, David E. . .... .... ...,... 2 1 0 Baird, Glenn D. . ...- 181 Baird, Greg ............. ,..,...,.. 2 50 Baird, Marietta L. .......,.... 105, 181 Baird, Randy , ...,.,.. ,.......... 1 93 Baker, Barbara ,.....,.,.........,,..,, 169 Baker, Bruce D. Baker, Gary ................................ 200 Baker, Teresa ........ 77 83, 84, 101, 230 Baker, Cindy ...........,....,,,,,,,,,,,,., 193 Baldon, Judith A. .,.. ........ 1 24 Baldwin, Harald ..... 250 Ball, June ...............,. ,,,. 1 21, 230 Balzon, Michael ...... ,........ . 121 Banks, Barbara ..,,.., , 193 Barber, Richard A. .... .... 1 81 Barlow, Steve A. Barnes, Gale V.. ,..,,... ...,,,, , . 193 Barnes, Jack .................... 116, 230 Barnes, Nancy ........ 83, 84, 90, 93, 116, 230 Barrett, Janet ...... ..,.,.,,. 1 05, 193 Barrows, Russell .,,,,,, ,, 169 Bartlett, Marsha L. .....,.. 118, 181 Bartlett, Toni ..... ,, ........ .... 2 51 Barton, Betty , ,,,, 118, 193 Bateman, Kay ...,,, ,,,. 9 0, 99, 251 Battey, Marty ............. 251 Battle,Randy .....,,..,.,............ 89, 210 251 210 210 Bauman, Bernadine ,, Bauman, Betty ........ 90, 93, Bauman, Jon C, 97, 116, 124, 230 Baumann, Bruce . ...,...... ,,,, ,,,, 1 8 1 Baumann, Paul Brian .,... ...... . . 169 168 193 Buyer, Jelt ,..,. .. 11s, , 169, Bayer, Richard S. Beach, Kit .........,,,,, ,,,,,,, . 116, 251 Beadle, Clayton ,, ..,.,,.....,,,......... 210 Beal, Joanne ........ 77, 90, 93, 230 Beal, Terry ........... ............ , 89, 230 Bean, David , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,. 2 3 0 Bean, James L. .......................... 169 Bean, Beard, Beard, Bebel Bob .,,..,.. 79, 102, 106, 107, 210 108, Barbara . ,..,............. .. 181 John .,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,.,, 2 51 193 I, Barbara ., .... .... 104, Becker, Patricia L. .,,...,,,.,. 51, 169 Becker, Susie ,,.,,,,,,,.,....,....,,.,,.. 210 Beckmann, Carl . .,.., .,.,,,, , 89, 230 Beckmann, Donald P. ................ 181 Beckwith, Cheryl ,...,. 103, 123, 193 Beckwith, John ........ 79, 109, 231 Becwar, Ann ,,.,,, ,,..,,.,,,....,...,,,, 2 30 Beebe, Jill ......,....... . 98, 120, 251 Behrent, Craig .,,.,,,...,....... 118, 169 Behrle, Gary J. Beirich, Nancy ........ 115, 116, 251 Bell, Barbara A. 46, 47, 71, 193 Bell, Bruce .,,,.,,, 84, 106, 111, 124, 231 Bell, Kris ,..,..., .. .. 115, 118, 193 Bell, Nancy ...................,, , 110, 210 Bennett, John ..,. 51, 104, 192, 193 Bennett, Linn .,... ,. ...,.. . 111, 193 Bennett ' Suzi ..... .. 67, 70, 77, 79, 83,93194, 95, 124, 132, 249, 251, 273 Benson, Barbara ........ Benson, James R. . .... Benson, 90, 93, 123, 231 Benson, Mark ...................... 106, 193 Janis ........... ...... 9 0, 251 125 181 Benson, Berord-in-i, Anne R. Robert D. .,,.. .......... . Berardrnr, Susan ....,,...,.., ,,.,,,.. 2 10 Berg, Pam ........ 52, 76, 83, 96, 99, 101, 251 sefnmd, Paul ., .,.,, 77, sa, er, sa, 125, 137, 138, 140, 154, 155, 158, 273 248, 251, Berne, Jan ........., ,....,.......,,,.,,,.,. 1 81 Bernstein, Don .,........ 105, 125, 193 Bernstein, Debbi ............,.,..,,,,,,, 169 Bernstein, Paula .... 99, 105, 210 Berry, chuck ..,,,,,, aa, 107, 108, 210 Best, Linda .,,,. Best, Bob ........... Bestle, Doug Bestle, Kent .,.... Bianco, Jack ....., Biggs, Vicki ....... Billings, Kathy ..... Binder, Vinny ...... 110, 118, ...."'i6lii 231 181 193 169 231 193 193 231 Blnney, Jan ........................ 116, 210 ' 193 210 210 181 231 169 231 169 230 Blnney, Joyce M. ..,,, ,,,,,, , Birch, Kathy ............................,,,. Bird, Karen ........,,.. 105, 110, Bird, Richard .... ..................... Birrell, Linda ..,. ,,.,,,.,,,,,, ..,.,,. Bishop, Denise .........,..... ,.,,..., . Bixler, Jim . ...... 77, 139, 140, Bixler, Robert Preston ,,,,,,,..,,,,, Bixler, Sue ........,..,,,, ...,,,, ,,,...., Biork, Carl ........ 88, 140, 154, 155, 158, 251 Blacke, Debra Lau ...,....,,...,,...,, 169 Biark, Linnea ....................,,.,.,,,.. 210 Black, Nancy ............ 104, 115, 193 Uchill, lda ,....., 24, 97 Vetesk, Constance ........................ 24 Villano, owge .......,.... 24, 94, 102 Waln, Kermit .......... ...... 2 4 Whiteaker, Ruth ...... ...... 2 4 Willett, Myron ............ ...... 2 4 Winkler, Maurine S. ..... ...... 1 5 Waodhurst, William ..... ,,,... 25 Wright, Robert ........... ............. 2 5 Wurtz, Gene ............ ..... 2 5, 88 Yetter, Shirley ..... ...... 2 5 Zimmerman, Charles ..........,...,.., 25 Zinke, Clillord ............ .... . 25, 79 Bradley, Nancy W. Braly, Jane ........................ 90, 251 Braly, Janet ..,..... 83, 86, 90, 92, 252, 281 Bramley, Julie . ..... .....,,,,..,,,, 211 Branch, Mary D. amide, Jim ,.,...,. 79, 99, 101, 102, 231 104, Brandt, Linda Ruth .........,,....... 169 Brawner, Greg .........,... ........ 1 69 Brechtel, Fred .....,.... .............. 1 53 , Santi, Gaston ........,... 23, 148, Schanker, Harry ............. 24, Blackard, Billie Blackard, M. D. ...... ............. Blacke, Terry ..........,................. Blackwood, Clark ............ 116, Blackwood, Joan ...................... Blaine, Katie .................... 96, Blair, Betty .............. 113, 116, Blair, Larry ........, ............ 1 40. Blakely, Dave ...... ....... . .......... . Blaney, Loren ...... . .... . 144, Blaney, Marshall ........................ Blanton, Keith .................... 104 Blehm, David Milton Bleskan, Charles A. .... ......... Bleskan, John ......... ............ Blessing, Patti .... ....... 9 0, Blethen, Dave B. Blomberg, Karl L. ..................... . Blonsom, Lynne Joanne ............ Bluebaugh, Paula Kay ................ Brelsfird, Dan A. Brennan, 231 Brenning, Linda A. .... 90, 124, 252 Bretthau r Jerry L , 194 181 252 Sharon J ..................... E 4 1 -..,.............. . Brew, Dorothy V. .......... Brew, Rocky ,,,,,.,,.. ..,,. 1 06, Brewer, Linda A. Briggs, Ran .......... ..,.....,,,... 252 Brinton, Julie .................... 105, 211 Brinton, Lise ...- ..........,.............. 169 Broadhurst, Henry P. .,181 169 Boardman, Kay ................ 118, Badney, Pam ............ 96, 111, Badney, Penny .... . ....,............ Boggis, Carol J. Boggis, Theresa L. .... .......... . Boggus, Van , ........,. ....... ...... . . Bogle, Ed ................. ...... 1 18, Bogle, Kay ........... - ........... 116, Bahanna, Ann Marie .......... ., .... . Bahanna, Kathy E. ..... ....... . Bohlman, Silke .......................... Bohlmann, Gerta W. Bolles, Paul .............. 89, 116, Bomash, Carol ............... . ..... Bond, Kathy ........ 93, 110, 113 Band, Richard D. ..................... . Bonham, Cathy ............ 90, 93, Bonham, Jim .............................. Booren, Libbie ........ 71, 77, 117, 181, 209 Booren, Mark R. ....................... . Booton, Cindy Booton, Jett ......,. 83, 87, 117, Boren, Cheryl ............................ Baren, Curtis R. Bawersax, Marian ........ 52, 71 86, 99, 105, 251 Bowler, Sarah ........ 51, 104, 115, Bowles, Debbie .......................... Bowman, Art .,.,.... 89, 116, Boutwell, Pam ..... ................. . Boyd, Deborah J. ........ . Boyd, Harry Robert Boyd, Mitchell ........ 89, 103, Boyer, Chuck .... ........ .......... ....,.. Bozeman, Carol ............ 84, 90, Bozeman, Jane .... ....,........,.... Bradbury, Wayne ...., ......., ........ Bradley, Diane .... ..... 1 16, Brockman, Tom ....,,.. 87, B8, 137, 140, 252 Brog, Blake Brookover, Martha ............ 96, 211 Brookover, Mary F. .,,...,. .......... 1 69 Brothers, Janet ........ 90, 93, 114, 162, 252, 273 Brothers, Marianne ........ 112, 115, 211 Brown, Anne ,........ -... 105, 181 Brown, Mari ...... .,...... , .. 121, 231 Brown, Dave .............................. 105 Brown, Jay A. .,.. 52, 83, 96, 106, 116, 144 Brown, Lewis A, Brown, Lynn ...................... 98, 251 Brown, Marge ......,..........,.. 104, 124 Brown, Paula ............ 115, 118, 194 Brown, Sue ....... - ....... 86, 114, 252 Brown, Tamra J ....................... 165 Browne, Jim ..................., 118, 194 Browne, Jay ........ 88, 144, 145, 158, 252 Bruce, Geary A. . ..,.................... 181 Bruce, Pat ...J ........ 9 0, 93, 113, 123, 231 Brumin, Dorinda D. .................... 194 Bruhin, Heidi S. .....,.............,.. 181 Brumbaugh, Carol ............ 118, 194 Brumbaugh, Dan ......., 87, 101, 143, 231 Brumer, Art ............ 116, 152, 231 Brumer, Nancy L. ............ 118, 194 Brumley, Joseph R. Brumley, Mark W. Bruner, David C. .... 106, 144, 211 Bruner, Joy .....,........,................. 181 Bruskotler, Pam ........................ 181 Bruton, Patricia A. .................... 194 Brydin, James T. ...................... 194 Bryden, Judy ......,..,.. 93, 96, 231 Brzeinski, John Erzeinski, Judith J. 291 JB, Buchanan, cami , , ,, 131 Colleton, Maureen . . 104, 195 Desmond CM Nancy ,70 Buckley, Dee Ellen , 95, 124, 231 Collins, James R. .. .,....,,. ., ,,.. 182 DH, 1,,,,, Bunch, my ,,,, .. ,. 231 Collins, Geoffrey ,,,. 96, 106, 232 D,,,,1,,,,,, Mm, 25, Burch. I-if-do .,.. . .. 194 Colli Mel'-10 J- - ,- ,931 97, 127, Deuth, Jiinei L. 195 Burchett, Lois ........,.,, . 194 233 Deuih' Nancy June Burdette, Charlotte ......, 93 104, C i Pfwlu J- f -- 195 De vore, George o. 182 I 1 6, 211 C V3 I L- - -e e 195 Dewalt, ser,-,ld Dale isz Burdick, Greg . .,,, 107, 116, 211 C s Vlrk lynn Digger Drone Burley, inda L. .,,,.......,.....,. 113 Co S, illam .. -- .- 212 Diem' Bill , H , 254 B h, Karen , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1,59 -V -- San y , 194 bmf Ralph irirrririiiliiiiirli 39' 233 5 HU UYY -n--ee , 113 1 4 'Nh 1 C9S59"d'9 - 951 H0 d Janet e,,,,, 93, 113, 115, 233 , onald C0 '. Cifidv f - , -, 194 mae ...... ,,,, .. ,. 182 urto , Gary A ..,.,,,,,.,.,,,. , . -- bs, Nancy . .. , ,, 170 OH 'CMO' A' VVVV Viirriiiirriiiiyrii V 170 Busch, Nancy , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . . 69 mbs, Sue ,. ,, eeee 194 Gish, Linda I Busch, Bob . . ..... 'i ,....,,., '1 4 ndit, Ddvid - 212 Gmini DM, -,i,,i,i 90 93 23 Bush, Jeanet ...... J ..,,.,e. 1 4 rldit, KOVICJY H. ...... , , , 170 onnhug B iiriiiiviiiiiiiiuqi iiiiiil 1 0 gush' ado iiiii A Vivrvvi 11 94 nnelly, J n .... ..... ,...... 182 onchue' K' 192 9 Bush, ', t .,......,,,.,.,,,, 169 onnelly, B . , 79. 83, 87 88, holds! ,,,,,,,'L- iiiiiiiii ausrwci. ,Can ,,,,,, , -, Q31 136 4o,1s4,15s,212, 3 o,,,,,,,, ' ,H iiiiiiiii H iiiiii Q U 2 BWI' 1 ' ' ----'-" Y r 61 211 Conn' Kam A' olittl 'Donna Marie Y. , 1 uw. , Cook. D ie .5 ,,-- . 1 D , ,rr ,,..,,. jj5..1.1.. 5 thy " de, - 116. Cook' K F'l' fff'--- J- -2 Do ' em, Allen ,,,,,. ,. 7 B ee L. D. . ,... , ., .. 4 Cool, e is -,-- eeee , W 2 Do Cam, ,V 9 233 BY E Thurston lf 83, 5 Coons' S Hey Anne ' " " " ll Do tt' Robert 5' 195 157' 25 ,281 Corbin, comme ..,..... a3,e , Do 'Do,o,hy ,BZ X 90193, , 3' 273 D0 J h . .,...,.,. .... 1 B2 , . y, o n , ,. .... lllsch, S ven C. ..... .,..... . 1 9 C0fb' 1 R li -e-r---- eeeee 1 94 D ugheny John T 170 uilisch, Ti thy R. ,, I C0 velli,L Ce , D,,,,ghe,,y' Leslie ' "" ""' ' 'jj' 93 Caldwellf eg ........... , , 231 C0 velli, Y ----- ----f--------- 1 BZ ' ii 5 '254' Qgi Callier, la . C , Diana ee,,,,eeeee-.,,,,e..,. 101, 21 ' ' c,,u,e,, me , ,,,,,, - , , gn eu, Diana ....... .... 9 6, 116, 21 D'W9"E"Y' Sand' A ' 1123135 COMM, Olin N- "'e'f 5'e'e -""-'- ---------------- 1 Doyle Tom me ios'23a C mer ahn ,, ,, 88, I , 145, won, Mark E. ...., ...eeeeeeeeeeeee 1 Drape? Dems," i' ' 126' 233 154, 5 158' 257 Cowen, Richard J, . ...A ,. 119, Dmler' Pamci " ' C e K-Lynn 11 8,194 Cowen' 80" -f f 96' 1161753 Dronenburg nW 107 182 C , Thomas A. 169 Cowen, 1501797148 ---------- 1122 195 D,c,,e,,bU,g' Mudd 9 ' c b ll, Brian T. ., .... , 1 , 116, , Cox. Steyn .. ...,. . 103, . 195 Dm, Bm' ' ' ' ' 2 'ZH Cox, BH 233 Drcsr, Greg .,,,...,................. . 0 C bell. David - Cows, Co" ------------------ '70 D,,m,.,.1 5.5, " 5 Ca bell, Stev , ............. 1, ,. 09106, ROY ----------- V ------ , 253 ' ' I 8 215 Campbell, S 0 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 Crain, D . , , ......... , 182 compress, r . . .... ...., 1 07 ni, crow-, Li .................. 4 o. 233 gf G ' ,F,,'1,",,'1'j """' """'i 1 ,,' 170 Cra d ll, Jeanine .... 90, 93, U 'er' Tom 'A"" M Y' ' H9 Ca en, a e ........ 90, 9 231 95 11 132, 233 U Can' Lonrhg ""' " """"""" 2,3 cu, , 0 .-,ia C, cm rd, Richard ,. ......,. 195 mn' Sham Sr' " ' " Kare ield Cre r, Stephanie . Undon' Michael! 170 Care , Mike ........ 52, 4, 107, Cr' m ............ .... , ...... , H 19 Dunham' John 1 , 109, 252 oc Liz .......1..., ..,., . . 1119, 13 ' """ ',08'25,l 281' Con on, Ro -- e r er, Kippy . ,f 7 , 1 2, 11 , ' ' canon, .... ,,,.,...... .... 1 9 4 116,213 Dunham' Me" "" ' 106' 2365 C ichae . ..,, 111, 231 CWOP, RUSS Dum, Joe 52 254 Carpenter, - , ....1 119, Crow, Bruc ., ,. Durfge Robe' """" W ' ' Carr, Gretche .... ................. C Ulp, BY U ---------1- We 1 5, Du,h,,,:, Donna Lee Carroll, Betsy .1,,. ..,, . ., 119, Clll '- A 11111 ---,, ---- 1 4 53 Du in 'Margaret 182 Carlson, Ken 1..... ....,. 111111 . . 19 Cu nng , Wm. Tray ,. 170 D lin' Joan M ""' """' ' Carter, Annette . ..... 90, 24, Cu ti nna . ,..... 86, 11 253 ' ' 231 Cu tis, ancy 11.. .. 113, 1 , 213 Carey, Mike Cur 's, am ...,.. ., , 1 , 1 5, 116, rhart, Harry Douglas . 100, Carter, Steve ..... , ..,... . 89 21 170 Case, Joseph Ch rles Curtis, Shiela 3, 86, Earhart, Mark Edward .. .... . 182 Caten, Lynda . ...... ,. 9 9 , 23 2 Earhart, Susie . ..... 90, 93, 96, 233 Coughlan, Paul J. 1 Easly, Marnie P. .......... 105, 196 Chambers, Tom ,.,. 8 , 156, Easton, Jerry ,, ...... ..... 213 Ch , 2,28 Easton, Jake lll . .. ,. 116 1 8, ance, Jean ,, 2 ' nielsen, i ,,.. , ,, 3 3 Chandler, Jim . I 2 gsm, Bil as 99i1JJ19l1J0i'15 Easton' LOU ff 90, 12 1 2 Chandler, Mike .. ....... , 11 81 ' 146 25,4 Qaf Eckelg, Margy . . 11 , 170 chandler, Robin , ...,.... no 232 D,,,.,d,ii, J dy A, ,,,,,,,, fu 2,3 Eck Is, Marr, ff ff 1 6 213 1 Chasson, Bill 116, 14 158, Dnnsdglll omega v V',,,,,iiVVVVVVVV 170 E ar, Jett . ,, 2 3 , 212 Dansdill, arry A. ...... ........... 1 95 dgcff Sue ---- ----- 1 ' Chiles, Steve ,... , 232 Dmley, Diana M, U ,,,, 96 1 Edm0'1dS, JOGH V 96, 713 Chiles, Sue , ............. , ...... 212 26 Edmundson, Da ld R Chrisman, Chris Bolton ., ......... 195 qfleyl Joanna L, VVDD ,,,,,V I A Edrnundson, Ste e R. Christensen, Dennis .... 88, 89, Darnell, Dave , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 233 Edwards, Ellen - e e - 1 156, 7 Daubenspeck, Albert ..,. , ,, 170 Edwafdsi Jim rrrrr -- HJ' 1551 2 Christensen, Paul Duma' pa, ",,ii,, 71 3 9 102 Edwards, Peggy ..,. 111, 124, 25 Christian, Alan . ....,.,, . , 1 , 1 'H I 1, 251 Edwards, Rouen A. . 89 Christian, Steve ........ ....... 1 Davila, Sue ,,,... ,... I I 91 I 254 Edwards, Bob , .... ,, 233 chrsmpherm, Daniel 84 59, D,,,ii.,, rom G, , ..... 4 iii 195 Essleswn, Dennis L- 212 Davis, Ann K. .,,.. 15,'116,'209 Eggleston, Thomas L. .......... 196 Clark, Barbara ........ 96, 99, 107, 215 Egholm, Janet ,. ....,.... 90, 93, 255 212 Davis, v , . ....,. as, ae, 90, 254 Eelwlm. Je Lynn 1111 M 11-1 182 Clark, Sherry ,, .... 68, 69, 70, 90, Davis, Cqml L, V ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 119' 152 Ehlers, Stephen D. ..,,..,.,,. , 182 93, 162, 252, 281 vis Gfenn W, ,,,,1,1 VVVVVVV ,11,,,,, 1 9 5 Eihausen, Sherry 110, 255 Clark, Craig Warner .,,,..... ........ 1 Bl 'vi' Skip , H ,,,,, ,111 V N 119 195 Elqnd, Dave ....... , 83, 125, 233 Clark, David Justus avi Jacque N Y ,,,, A - W 254 Eland, Donald R. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. , 152, 182 Clark, Liz .,,,.........,,1.. ,. 93, 232 yiswjefg ,,,,, 39' 125 156' Eland, Linda .,.. . .,.. ,, 213 Clark, Scott 1111,,,.. .,...... 1 95 ' 2,3 Elena, Nancy c. .... ......,....,,.. 1 70 Clark, Greg , ......... ................... 1 81 Davis, Jem, L V 170 Elggren, Wayne ,, , 102, 196 Clark, Robey A. ................ 119,181 Davis, Judy ,,,,,,,, H Q33 Eller, Jim . ,,.... 71, 196 00719 SUNCJY -------e 79, 93, 122. 232 Davis, Miriam ,..,.. , . . .. 233 Elleff LES ' ' - '----- 71' 79' '96 Clark. Terry ..... .... ........... 1 2 4, 253 Davis' paul Gmn, -,--,1-ii V 89 H1 Ellis, Albert ...... .,,.....,........ 2 13 Clark, Tom 111....................... . 195 155 2,5 suis, creme ,, ,, , .. 96, 213 Clemerisen, Barbara ..111 , 104, 212 Davis, Robert H. . . ,.,. f 195 Ellis, David M- -11-1--------------------- -- 170 Clemmer, Charlene ........ 93, 90,232 Davis, R055 Emi V Y 195 Ellis, Mike ,, .,,...,...,........ , 196 Clemmer, Jerri L. ........,........,.,.. 181 D,,,,5,, rem, M, 182 Ellis, Ron . ,,,, ,,,,,, I 01, 102, 233 Cleaveland, Caroline A. 116, 232 Dcwki,-,Sl Ken, ,,,,,,1, V 1,,--,,,,,, 195 Elred, Rich ,,,,,,,,.......... .. 96, 196 Cleavland, John A. ..... .... ,...... 1 8 1 Dawson, Fred R, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 52' Q33 Elrod, Terry .. 116, 154, 155, 255 Cline, Rlfhmd 43- Day, Alan ,, , ,,,,,,,, W 101 153 Elverum. Richard Lee 11111111111 170 Clause, Larry .... .,......,. 5 1, 79, is: Day, J,,,,,ce ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 170 sm, Marian v. .. ,, 196 Cobiella, Julie .... . ....1 ,. 104, 195 Day, Gene ,,,,,,,, 52' 85' 103 254 Emery, Sheldon H. ,, , ., 182 Cochran, Dorothy ........... ,, ,,... 195 ' Qgi Emery, Stuart ......... .............,. 2 33 cue, Robbie ....... 116, 141, 212 Deci.,,,, Edge, ,,,, H ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 170 anew, Susie Allen .,,.... . 103, 126 Coffey, Linda ........ 124, 253 Decker, Judy ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, Q 5 4 Enewold, Dan . ,, 152, 233 Catlin, Randy .. , .......... 119, 232 Decker, Wendy 116' 213 Enewald, Stev ..,..... 182 Coilmcnf PGUJQ ----1 -----11 -V 253 Decker, Bill ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 5 4 English, Elliott C. Coffman, Sandi ......., 846, 93, 162, Defibguch, Debra Kay 1 ,,,,,111,,, 170 English, Sam David Jr. 253 Delibaugh, Donna ,.,, .,,,... 96, 116, EHQHSH, Bill 11-1 11-----1 - - 153, 213 Coffman, Thomas A. ....,. ..... 1 70 124' 233 Engstrom, Julie . ...11.,,,.... 104, 196 Cogswelli DS'dfU M- V 116, 212 Dehn, Dennis Leroy Engstrom, Sally . 1....1, ,, 182 Cohen, Barbie ...... . , 105, 195 Degon, Mm, J, , , , 119, 132 Entsminger, David Cohen, Paul , ,,.... 37, 102, 140, 232 Dehn, Frank Entsminger, Jim 89, 141, 156, Cohen. Rich --111111 52. 83, 281. 253 oeime, sob A. , ,.......... 141, 154, 213 Cohen, Warren .... 84, 116, 212 155' 213 Entsminger, John , , 89, 124, 156, Coker, Vicki ..... ,... .... , ......,.. 2 1 2 Delupp, Bob ,,,,,,,, 83, gg, 59, 155, 157, 733 Colburn, Jeanette ....... , ..... 170 233 Epstein, Gary R. Cale, Rich .... .......,.... , 125, 232 Deline, Marnie ..,,..., , ....... ....,. 2 54 Epstein, Sherry L, Coleman, Chris , , 77, 86, 90, 93, Dei-ihqlfer, Kip W, ,,,,, U 170 Erb, Russ , ,. , 70, 71, 88, 95, 144, 249, 253 Dennis, David G. ...... ...,.,,. 1 ez 158. 255 Coleman, John ........ 89, 96, 107, Dennis, Sieve , N ,,,,, ,,,, 3 9, 233 Ericson, Keith D. 212 Deshon, Mike ..,...,.... ....,,.. 1 19, 170 Ericson. New Lee Coles, Rod ....... ..... 8 8, 89, 156, 253 Deshon, Vicki , 77, 115, 117, Ernst, Carl W. ,, .... 119, 182 Collins, Charles 8. . ..,.,,.......... , 170 203, 213 Erwin, Ron ...,.. ,. ..... 154, 155 233 292 Gemmill, Nancy .... .. Erwin, Rick .....,......,, ,. 141, 213 Eskildsan, Marilyn . . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255 Estlow, Nancy ................ 86, 92, 255 Ethington, Joanne K. ..,.,...,,..,... 124 Evans, Frank , ....... .. 156, 157, 25 Evans, Howard E. .................... . 18 Evans, Karen ,, ,,,, 83, 84, 90, 2 Evans, Nancy . , ., .,....... . ...., 2 3 1 F hy, Donna ....,... ....,,,. , 196 ust, Betty L. .. .. 213 aust, Dee ,,,,, .. , 170 Faust, Jack F, Favour, Paul , . , ., ,170 Feller, Mary Marg e Fengler, Daryl .... . 143, 233 Fengler, Marlys , , , , , 182 Fenton, Jack .,,,, ,, , 182 Fenton, Lean e .. . 233 Fichter, Rose Ficklin, Danna ,,... ., 196 jjcklin, Joan , , 171 Fielding, Garner D. ,,,,,,,. 197 Fieldi llona ,,......,.,...,, 234 Fieldi Monte A. , , 182 Find y, Rennie J. Fin Gail Lynn Fin ell, Robert Greeley Fi her, Neil K, ........ 79, 96, 99, 103.105, 234 Fish, Carol ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ......,,.,,...... 2 5 5 Fisher, Douglas C. .......,....,,.,.,, 171 Fisher, Karen S, ..,,, ....... , , 119 182 Fisher, Richard Jett ,, .......,..... 171 Fisher, Bob .... 87, 88, 160, 255, 274 Fisher, Sherry .... 83, 84, 92, 255, 281 Fisher, Valerie J. ,, ., .. ,. 182 Fishman, Marcy D. ....... ...... 1 82 Fladerman, Mitch .... ,.... ..., 1 9 7 Flansburg, Donald M. Flansburg, Randy J. . . 116, 126 213 Flater, Bruce .. 255 Flater, Sharon Diane , .,,,,. 182 Fleer, Pam , ,. 197 Fletcher, Timothy W. . 197 Flory, Marilyn . ,,.,, , , , 119 183 Flowers, Chris ,, ,. ., . 196 Foehl, Margie . .. . 121, 214 Ford, David ., ...,, 183 Ford, Linda . . 90, 93, 97, 104, 234 Ford, Patricia K. Forman, Dyanne . . , ,, 214 Forman, Mike ,..,, ,, , 119, 196 Fox, Jackie S. ,,.104,111,119, 196 Fox, Randy ,. .. 89, 116, 124, 156, 204 Francis, ar ara , 214 Frank a ie .....,,. 119, 123, 196 Fran , B y 100, 111, 119, 196 F lin, John H. , Daniel Danny ............. ,, 183 nu, Dick ,. 52, 121, 124, 255 Fraser, Janet A. ........................ 171 reeman, Doug ................. .. ,, 255 Freeman, Jeff Allen ............. ..... 1 83 Freeman, Melanie .... 90, 96, 234 French, Chris ........ , . 196 Friedman, Alan ............. 171 Friedman, Jael , ,, , 96, 99, 101, 102, 106 234 Friend, Dan ...,........ ....,............. 1 96 Friend, Gregory Lee . ., 214 Friend, Jim ............. .. 158, 234 Friend, Julie Lou ........ ,. .,,,,... 214 Frisk, Pamela ,, 171 Eritch, Kathleen R. , ,.,..,...,.... 171 Froling, Joanne , . 71, 101, 104, 234 Froling, Robert O. . .. 171 Fry, Tom ..... ......... . , 83, 255, 281 Fuchs, Kit , , 79, 96, 111, 124, 234 Fuller, Penny G. ..,,, . 104 196 Fuller, Terry Lynn ,, 183 Fullerton, Diane Julia , . 171 Gabe, Richard D. Gage, Cynthia Ann ,, ..... ,, 171 Gaines, Michael J. .. .,..,..... 171 Gallatin, Gayle F. .......... 104, 214 Gallemore, Gay ., 90,,93, 115, 116, 162 234 Gallemore, Jay Scott ,, .... 119, 183 Garcia, Carolyn ............, .. 119, 255 Garcia, Mary Margaret .. . .... 183 Gardalen, Kathy ...... ......... 1 24, 234 Gardner, Alene ,, ,, 104, 110, 116, 234 Garner, Larry G. Garvey, Paula .... 67, 90, 93, 234 Garvin, Travis J. 111, 124, 256 Gaunt, Steven R. . ..J................... 51 Gautier, Diana . 86, 93, 96, 256, 281 Gautier, Michael L. . ................. 183 Goavin, Dick ......,. ,.,............... 2 56 Gebow, Jan ...................... 86 Gebow, Tom ,,,, ,, 85, 108, 234 Gebow, Bill ..... ..............,........... 1 97 Gehr, Jane ............ 97, 105, 214 Geisler, Rich .,,,.... ,, , ,. 256 Gelster, Linda J. ,, , 116, 214 Gemmill, Mary Lu'. . .. . 96, 234 214 105 Genoff, Jacqueline L. Genoii, Sarah G. .......... W, Gerrer, Linda Irene ,..... ..... . .. Gerstell, Glenn S. Gersten, Rosemary .,,..... 111 115 51, 119 183 183 104, 197 '256 234 183 183 214 256 183 154. 235 235 197 171 235 281 105, 214 87, 274 197 119 214 235 183 197 235 235 197 214 183 234 171 171 84, 256, 271 197 211 191 197 156, 214 197 171 234 197 214 145, 214 183 171 197 119, 183 171 171 234 197 116, 234 183 234 234 197 171 86, 274 115, 234 171 113, 197 234 93, 235 183 197 86, 256 171 197 197 256 235 116, 214 183 235 183 156 214 124 214 256 Gibbons, Dave ........ 83, 103, Gigliotti, Sandi .,.. 121, 124, Gilbert, Becky L. .....,................. , Gilbert, Beverly A. .,.. ....,........ . Gilbert, Beth ................,,.. 107, Gilkison, Jan ,. ,,,,, 103, 121, Gill, Susan Lee ..............,...,......, Gill, Ted 83, 87, 88, 140, 1-59 Gilligan, Ron ........,.,. 116, 154, Gilman, Sandy ......,..,....... f ........ Gilmore, Walter Scott .....,.,.,..,,. . Glazner, Miles Lytton Glover, Patty .........,.....,.,,..,.,,... Gott, Tam ,, ..... 71, 130, 256, Goldman, Carol .... 101, 102, Goldman, Steve 78, 82, 84, 101, 102, 106, 256, Goldstein, Cindy ...................,. . Goldstein, Jon J, , ,,.....,.,,..... .. Goldstein, Nancy .,...,,,, ,. 126, Goltry, Patricia L. Goltry, Vicky ,,,,.. 90, 214, Golub, Michael E. ........,......,... . Gooclin, Phil .... ,, ,,,.... 119, Goodwin, Don .......... ,,,, ,,....,. Gottschalk, Libbie ,..... Goultry, Lynn Gracen, James M. ..... Graham, Dennis C. ,. ......... 84, Graham, Gary R. ........ ....,, . . Graham, Patrica A. Graham, Bill ............. . , Grams, Larry J. ..... ,.,... . Granlee, Paul C. Grant, Cameron R. ....,,...,,,,,,,,,, . Grant, Chris ........ 38, 49, 83, 87, 102, 125, 142, 149, 151, Grant, Clive Stannard .... 125, Grant, Fred .,,,,,,,. ... .....,,....,.,,,,,,. Grant, William M. ..,..., ,.,,,.,,, , Granzow, Judy ......... ,,.,,,,,,,,.. Graunke, James W. ....,..... 141, Graunke, Jean A. .,....,,...... 115, Graves, Connie Ja .........,,,,,,, Graves, Michele .... 93, 122, Graves, Pam ,,,,,,,......,..,.,..,,,,,,,., Graves, Ronald ,,,...,,............,..... Gray, Allan .... 84, 101, 144, 158 Gray, Robert , ,,,.,.......,,.. . ,,,,, , Grazier, Daryl S. ......... ...,...,. . Grazier, Douglas J. .,,.... -,- ........ . Greear, Nicholas Greenesty, Florence .... 105, Green, Terry L. Green, Sally D. Greene, Linda .la Greenfield, Peter L. Greer, Danny L, Greer, Dianne C. Gregg, Eileen L. . . .. 119, Gregg, Paul ., , ,,,........... 116, Griggs, Sondra K, ,,,,, ,,.. , ,. Grogan, Steve . .... 79, 103, Grote, Allan Lee Grote, Jacqulyne L. Groves, Kim ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,..,........... Grummert, Joann .,..,,,.,, , 110, Grummert, Kristen Kay Guard, Cory .............,,,,,,,...,...... Guenther, Deborah .,.,..,,..,.,,,,,.,,, Guenther, John Tim Guerlmer, Roxie ,,,,....,... 79, 82, 92, 116, 124, 214, 256, Guese, Ray Guilloyle, Pat ..,. 83, 90, 96, Guiry, Joann M. .........,.... 119, Guiry, Sandra J. . 100, 111, Gumz, Pamela 90, 93, 115, Gunnerson, Barbara ........ 79, 96, 112, Gunning, Kristy ...,...,,,,. 100, Gunstream, Jerry .................,.,.. Gunstream, Sharon .......... 83, 90, 93, Gunther, Judith K. .,,,.,,,......... . Gunther, Doug . Gust, Greg .....,,.. ,. ..,..., ,. Gust, Ken ........,...,...,., ,............ Gustafson, Clare ,,,,,,,,, .,..., . Guxofsky, Bonnie J. ,, 71, 209, Guzofsky, Carol , , . Gvirtz, Janice Hacker, Steve P. Hadley, Gail Rose ., ,,,.......... .. Hagan, Mike ..,. ..... 8 9. 124. Hahn, Richard L. 119, 183, Hailpern, Sheila Rae ,....,.. ,... Hainer, Kathy ......,.........,.......,,., Haines, Steve ..,............... 116, Hale, Gwen Lynn Hale, Kenneth Wayne Hall, Harvey A. ,.,....,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,. . Hall, Marilyn ........,,. . 86, 93, Hall, Nancy E, .,,,,,, . 93, 95, 96, Hall, Bob ..,,.,,, 71, 89, 116, Hall, Terry E. ,,.,...........,,, ,,,,,, , 183 256 110 215 197 Halladay, Le Ray Halter, Jo Anne Halter, Peggy ................. ,,,, . . Halter, Susan Marle ...........,...... Hamburg, Allred C. Bud ....... .. Hammergren, Gary K. Hammill, Steve .... 77, 146, Hansen, Cheryl ,. .,,,,,,,, 90, 119 Hollman, Michael C. Hogarth, Sally A. . , . 123 Hohing, Karen Anne . ..... 119 Hokr, Cynthia , . .,,, . . 117 Hokr, Marilyn Lau .. ....., 119, Hokr, Paul Rudolph Holden, Gregory Lee Holden, William H. ,, Holmes, Linda J, ...... ...,Y,,,,,,... . Holmes, Ray . ...., .. 158, Holmstrom, Holly J. ........ 110, Hansen, Ed ...............,......., 88, Hanson, Cheryl A. ..,. 111, 124 Hanson, Phil ................... ........... Haraway, Cindy ,,........ ,,,,., Harden, Janelle F. Harden, Paul M. Hardwick, Carol Ann ...... 93, 116 Hardwick, Douglas M. 119, Hargrove, Linda Louise ............ Horner, Philip L. Harper, M. Kay .......................... Harper, Mike .,,.,... 141, 153, Harper, Sarah Frances ...........,.... Harrington, Marsha R. .... 111, Holsclaw, Toni J. Holylield, Robert Hommon, Anne .,,.......,.,........ .. Hooper, Chuck . .. 119, 151, Hoover, Mary L. ....,,,,.,,,,,,, 119 Hoover, Stuart W. .....,...... 108, 154 Horner, Michael J. ,..... .. .. 96, Horner, Scott Randall ......,..... Horner, Houlen Susan L. ,....,.,.., , e, William M. .,,.. ,..., . Howard, Kitty L. ....,.. . Howerton, Jim ............. Howland, William W. Hoyt, Barbara Ann .,,,., Hubbert, Donna .......... Hubbert, Michael R. ,...,,. . ..,, .. Hudiburgh, Gary W. Jr. .,......,.. . Hudibu ' , Huesem rgh, Joan ......,. 90, 93 132 an, Bruce .... 111, 117, Harris, Gary Tilley .................... Harris, John 89, 95, 96, 124, 125 Harris, Sharon Ann .......... 105, Harris, Victoria L. ...,,..,........... . Harrison, Mike .......... , .... . Harrison, Pat ...................,....,... Hart, Danna Jean ...................... Hart, Vicki .. 83, 84, 90, Hartley, Shelley ........................ Hartman, Charles L. ..,,... ....... . Hartman, Jim ,. .....,,..,... 116, Hartman, Nancy Ann ...,.,,,.,...,.... Hartnell, Louis R. .......,..,.....,.... , Hartness, Terry ........ 89, 102, Haswell, Elaine ................ 90, Hayes, Dick .............. 89, 125, Heinig, Sue .......... .. 90, 95, Hawk, Terry .,,..... 38, 87, 88, Hawkinson, Mike .... 89, 121, Hawkinson, Suzi ............ 124, Hayes, Stephen E. ........ 119, Hays, Dlxle J. .. ...........,....... Hays, Loren R. ..... .... 1 53, Hays, Lou Alyson .... ...... . .. Hays, Vicki ............................ . Hayward, Sally ................ 90, 97 Hazel, Martha .,.. 52, 96, , Hazelwood, Nancy H. Headstrom, Dean L, Hebard Dau .. 88 142 143 , Q r r r Hebenstreit, L. Gary .... 83, 87, 136, 140, 154, 155, 257, Heggie, James ......,.............. .. Heggie, Tom Eric . ,... Heiman, Sandy ..... ,. Heimon, Sharon D. ...... ...... . Heimbach, Evie ....... ...... Hein, Dennis ...... .. ..... ...., . . Hein, Ronald D. Hueseman, Janet L. .. Hughes, Aleta J. Hughes, Emilie Y. Hughes, linda 93, 123, Hull, John W. Jr, Hummel, Cindy .. ....... . 96, Humphrey, Lynn .............. 107, Humphrey, Paul Edmund Humphrey, Robert Wm. . . 141 Hunter, Carole ........................... Hunter, Charlene Norma .,...,,,. Hurley, Mary Darlene .... Hurt, Robert Jahn ...... ....... Hurst, Judy Lynn .......... ...... Hurt, Patricia Louise ..,.. ....... Huskinson, Cathy Jeanne Huskinson, .lack Hutchinson, Duane A. ..,..,.... . Hyland, Jack .... 138, 140, 154, 231, Hylland, Gayle J, ......... . ..... .. Hylland, Rhonna Dellene .. ..... Hyman, Misty ........ 102, 105, llzarra, Debra A. Heinricy, Arlon Lee ....... Hellman, Merle l. Heller, Bev ..., 79, 113, Henderson, John Gregg . Henderson, Lynn . .... 86 Henderson, Nancy .....,.... Hendrickson, Chris ........ Hendrick 114, 107 93, r '1'6'li"' son, Sarah J. ............. . Hendrickson, Susan .... 90, Henkell, Beverly Gail ...... Henshaw, Pamela A. .,... . Hentschel, James W. Hentschel, Janet Gail ..... Hentzell, Dave ........,........ Hentzell, Rich .... 71, 89, Herbeck, Janice L. .......... . Herbeck, Steve .........,........ Herbold, Herbst, Debra A. .... .... . David ....,...,,. Herndon, Dennis R. ....... . 93, 104 121, 89, 103, 105, ll. Idol, Larry ,...,...... ...... Ihasz, Suzanna ,,..... . lmel, Nancy Ruby .....,....,,....,.., lngenthron, Mary 96, 126 Inman, Robert L. ...,. . lrwin, Laura Elaine Irwin, Linda Isaacson, Joan E, .,,................ . lsberg, Cherilynn ..... ........... . . lsberg, Clifford Allen .... 141, lsberg, Roger Clayton ............ Ivey, Diana ............. .... 9 7, 98, Jaccaild, Terry Lee ........ .. 119 Jackson, Bradley Kent ............. Jackson, Dianna Lynn .... 123, Jackson, Judy . 96, 111, Jackson, Robert E. .... . ...... .. Jackson, Stanley J, Jackson, Vlc ......... ., .. Jacobs, Donna . ..., 86, 110, Jacobs, Jerry . ..,,,.. ..... Jacobs, Jonny Kay .... 70, 90, 104, 258 Jacobs, Mike Glenn .......... , 152 Jamison, Janet Lynn ......,,.,...... Jamison, Kim Brent Janitschke, Jan . ,.... ........ 8 3, Janitschke, Victor C. Jarrell, Pal ........ 139, 140, 153 Jelfs, Bruce Edwerd Jenkins, Gary ....,......,.....,...... .. .. Jenni, Alan Howard Jens, Irene ...,,..,... Jensen, Jo Ann . ..,.... Jensen, Suzanne K. ...... ...... . Jesmer, Janice ,...........,,,,,...,,,,., Jesmer, John N. .............. ..... , . Jessop, Sherry ........ 77, 208, Jewell, Albert Henry .......... ..,, Jewell, George Johnson, Clyde Randal Johnson, Lisa D. .... 110, 117, Johnson, Pauline L. ....,.......... . Johnson, Ricky William 119, Herring, Gay .....,...................... Herring, Johnny W. ..., .....,. . Heydon, Connie L. ....... ..... , -- Heydon, Tim ...................... 89, Heyl, Joan Merideth .,.... 119, Hibbs, Crystal K. .................. Hicks, Cheryl Ina ............ 116, Hicks, Randy ........ ..,,..... 1 56, Hicks, Lynda ............. .... . .. Hicks, Ronald B. .................. . Hicks, Audra Jo ....................-.-- Hidahl, Joyce L. ..................... . Hiddleston, Karen .... 90, 93, Hiddleston, Pamela .................. Hiester, Art .,,.,,,......... 87, 141, Hiester, Bob ........ 78, 83, 87, 138, 140, 158, 159, 257, Higgins, Gary .......................... Higgins, Ted G. Hill, Eugene D. .......... ..... 1 19, Hilliard, Melissa Ann Hindes, Steve H. ..... ...-.- - Hinkle, Jerry L. Hinkle, John A. Hinman, Stephen Scott Hise, Adrian Kieth ..,,..,. ...... Hise, Lindsley M. ....... ..... . Hise, Janeen .,.- .......... Hitchcock, Wendy .................... Hockstad, Lawrence R. .... 102, Hockstad, Nancy ........................ Johnson, Vicki Lynn ...... Johnson, Johnson, Vicki .........,.,....,. Bill ........ ,..,....... . ., Johnston, Christopher Johnston, Sara E .,........ Jones, Cheryl Kay ........, Jones, Bonnie Lee ...., .,... Jones, David Wm. Ill Jones, Jeff M. ................ . Jones, Linda Cheryl ..... .. Jones, Robert . Jones, Suzanne R. Jones, Thomas ...,.. Joyce, Kathy Ellen Juhnke, Janet Lee . ..,. los, '119 H 11165 ""1'1'9 Justice. Jirri rr .--.-.... H 124, 258 147, 151, 259 McCurdy, Mqrilynn , , JUSVICC, NGHCY Latcham, Janice D. .......... 115, 172 McDaniel, Kay .... 90, 97, 105, Justice, William Eugene Lalcham, Joan Ellen ..,...,... 209 217 124, laiiiri. Da,nieP 99X Mrnanaal, Jo 105, Lautbroac11,fMar1an D. .... 100,X104, McDonald, Carol . .. 110, 112 Kahm, Janet Lynn ..,.,.. .... ...... . . 184 ,f-'11,--fi - 105.1117 McDonald, Donna M. Kahm, Rick . .... 103, 106, 120gCff4Eaulf'rbl1ch, Mlchael J. .... 119, 189 McDonald, MQW A- -.,.AV VAAVV, , U 124, 25 - au , aw 11112 , MD ' .. Karnler, Barbara Lynn ..., 102, 1 a Lawler, Jim ., ........ 84, 156,217 Mgclcirrailrililillf. . 89 111171 Kmnley, John .,,,,.,, ,.,.,,, , , 102, 2 Lawler, Sharon Ann ....,....... 9 , 259 ' ' ' Kammerzell, Kathy .... ..... ..,...... 1 9 Lawrence, Allrl L- -.-- 10 1, 124 M El El- l, l, A, ,AII l07 Kaplan, Cathy --.................. 83, ilfwencef 110""1 ---- 55 ---' me 12139 Mislligf 111llZll..el44, 145, 158: 171, 216 awrenr , on 1 .... . . . K 't , M A th' ....,,,..,.. 172 171 7 '- K:ii1ii.e11aber111. .,,,..........,. rr, 19199111 Naruv E, liwu 155:21 .Z3'g:'1, -5 awash' Kasiska, Janet Lynne ................ 184 leulflid, G0a,d0l'l 1 172 ' ' ' K i,l11 c. ......... ..... 1 19,184 ee, arries . --------- ------.-------... - - Kglllfmaenfrhhn C. Leer 191111 -- 'ff"-"--' '--'--'f--"--'-- 2 37 mcsmldelg' 1' 1 1 Keene, Juclalynn .. .....,.. 172 le Due. Marv M'C"l,"" 'Mm G' lo, 1,0 Keene, Teri ......... 198 Leiglr Pamela 5- MCGG hey' R aryl ' ' Keleher, Ann E. ...... .,., 1 72 Leigh. William Gresarv MCGU WM 0 E' ' """"" "" ' ' Keleher, Cathy .... .... ..... 1 9 a Leiseririria, Judie 39, 110. 1234 ,,o'f,Lf,'E Kelly, Andrea L. , M G ' G ' Kemp, Jim ...................... 237 Leiilr. Bob .... 88. 89, 138, 140, C WY- e""9e- rr -- Kemper, Dennis Charles . , 154, 155, 237 McGee' 1""!"'e - 105f 113- Kempen Douglas Val Lennlg, Adele Louise .... 107, 172 Mccmwr 1319009 S119 ----f--------- Kennedy' lane' YVVVVVAVVV ---- 2 37 Leonard, Sharon ................ 105, 185 Mccmwr Jcnel 1" " Kenngdyl L,,,d,, Ann H V VAV- 198 Lergl1,Su5qn A, McGraw, Judy ....-. ....-- 9 0. 97, Kennedy, Sharon L, Lesage, Joanne A. ......,..... 119, 185 MSGWW- Dall - ----- '-----'f'------' - - Kennedy, rharnar 4, 2 8 Lraer, Larry .... 124. 133, 199, mills- QZQYEC- - -A----------- -- , a , ,, ............, 117, 5 1 - -ss'--ss fill, ala, w-VVvv--v'w- 33, 93, 255 Lesuer,.Cindy L, MCKUY, JuclY 71, 56, 90, Ken' Mmgmel J- ..-v-----,v,VVVVVY,,,,,, 193 liett, Rlghard llyxnh .... ............... 217 M K A EI- b 'h 260r K' I L QVVVQYVVQ VAVVAA-.--------'- EYIHC, UmUe IC UB C 89, 1171 IZU 9 Klfl ,,,,,,,,A,..-,-.-,-- 118, 199 Lewandowskl, Edward J. Mclilnlay, Dave ....... .... . Kilel sua, aa, 90, 93, 124, 162, lewis, time '-."'r -"-"'--- ------ m C lfffgnf grim' ---J ffffffffff ff-- - Q37 lexier, James C. c eo , regory . ...... ...... , Klllgunl Dave -,-------,,,-,,,,,,,,,,, 215 Liggett, Gina .... 84, 86, 90, McLeod, Shelley Anne .,......... Kimsey, Jim ............ 154, 155, 216 , , MCMU11'3"r 1319119 A- f---f----------' -- Klmseyl linda 'vvv'-vV-v-Vv VVQVVA 9 3, 237 Llghtburn, Lllnda Ann .... 117, McRae, Cheryl L. ,,,, 110, 126, long, Debnrnn Lynne l-galiiburri. Timothy McRae, c. Michele ................. , lqlng, Dennl,1,,l,,, Llgarl, Gay .............. 83, 107, 217 McRae, Ron ............ 140, 153, Kang, Donna Anne .,........ 110, 117, lull, ,pgllflilfri '---r-----' 91 "-'-- EEN- 1135 mcgnarie. ilrilice ....... i 6 ..... 1 oil, 216 'V' qU'5r F9 -v'- , r , c one, u y .... , , King, Lisa ...,.... 90, 93, 115, 237 , , , 141,153,717 Kiraly, Suzanne ...........,..... 172 lgrldauulr Nad-ae ----.--- 90, 96, 259 Mashana, Marcia . .. 71, Karr, Georgia L, ......,.,,.. 119, 184 lifnisrncallvk -'-' B '----'--- ------ l h Kirk, Nancy Lynn .... ..... 1 17, 209, 111 r ?'1"'5 97 UV" --f----- r McS one, Nancy Jeanne . .... .. 2l6 link, Jim .,,,.............,...... 107, 217 M lg 1 h, lr 5 gg, Kirlrharn, Byron L. ..... ........ 2 511 linitedt. Chris .................. 119, 199 lair 39, 90, 110, Kirkpatrick, Brent C. ..... 184 Llslcllf 1-lfldfl KUY -----' --YY .-"'- 1 85 Macy, Terri .,...,......, Kirkpatrick, Richard L. 1-!V!"91'O"- 1119" ------"-------s-"----- 237 Maas. Marne C, ......-.... , 104, Klnarrnan, sally A. ...,.,,,, ,, ,, 172 luurrsft-511, Karen A110 -------f--.- 172 Maestos, Kalhy , .... 90, 117, Kittrell, Norman G. HV1':i95l1'1r Stlelfle 185 Maeslas, Theresa ..... ..., 1 19, Klein, Linda Sue ............ 100, 184 Ot' r Une OUISG ------- r----- M ' , 14011, ,,,, 86, 90, 96, Kleiger, Margaret A, 172 l0"eY' E"'FeN rrrr- Ez, "'--------r-----"'- Mgh:lleCarol ........ 90, 93, Klein, gchar, A, H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, array, Ynrre el leen , .... ...... . M -bl L 36' 45' 7l, 77 Klein, RUSS V 33, 35, 138' l39' Lont, Dennis William .......,...... 172 al argl 95 U5 24912601 140, 149, 148, 151,237 Lani, Dranne ........, 90, 117, 237 M . P 'I T' ' Km, M,cl,,,el RU Lorenz, sieve L, ..................... 172 "le'1'5- 01' ' K ,phlir Du ,d Mc 'Yr' Lon Susan C 90 237 Malcolm, Robert T. '119 r V' 1' ' ' "" """"' ' Malkewicz Stephie .. 117, K ' ln' G M, - -VVV , VVVV VVV, 1 99 Lo Verde, Joseph Pat ................ 199 '. , . Kr,ll?Wllo,,,ullllicl,ael Roy Lo Verde, Tim .................... 96, 237 Mullow' Vggmsg 93' 2:12 lqnowllon, Nc,-,cy A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 184 Lowe, David Hauser ................ 185 M I G ' ' H02 '117 Koch Kathleen H. ............ 119 172 Lowe. Gres frrr rr----- 8 B, 146, 259 """1'e' "W " ' ' 1 ' Manning Charles F. .............., . Koehler, Debra Louise .............. 172 I-awe, Jvllll ----,-,,---- 154, 155, 217 Munnin ' Richzlrd Lee lq,,el,,le,, Don ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 36 Lowe, John ..... ,,,,......,.,....,.. . .. 217 Mannon9'Eu'I Frank '5"' soiling' Cgrlyhrlx Lee .. .,..... ,.... . . 172 taxi, gllnllt' ------r ---r---- gg, Mannonl Eno, F' o , en a ae ,1 -----------r---r r r Kolb, Randy Lge ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 nn 185 Lawrie. Charles .eeee .......,.. 9 9, 737 mjQQ,'gQ,,,S'5,j,g'l,lf- 3, 7, Kalb, Bob ----, ,--,------- 7 36 1"'Ce'o' A1"'1 K' ' gg' 155' Kelp' Babble "" """' 1 99 Luhe' Chris """" 7l' 93' 115' Manthe' Fred 1,54 11551 Grin, eeeeee ,JJJ 1 -rr 1112- Sum ------------------------ 90- n,,..r.i' w...r,"'iQQ,. M' ...... 1 KOPPI, 1111601911 C- -r--- ------- 1 77 liuler' 57118171 " """"""' Mmesl, 'lqulhy ,VVYY 1151 119, Korlz, Barbara Ann .......,.,,..... 172 11 2- 11011 ---- 8' 9' Mmesh' Nancy 1 86 EZZg.13,?'i..r,,, ,.,,., 215, ngrrgln ,gggrin ---,----, KNEW' Reber, R' 119' 185 utz, Jan ................ 119 YS r 9 - ------------- Kosena William, H9 185 Lutz, Parn ..,,,,,,, ,,.,,.,, ,.,.......,,., M a rshall, Anna ,,.-- ,,-------- ,,,,., A - Kmmer' Diane E ' """" ' 124 Luiz, Phil ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 0 1, Marshall, Ann Yvonne . .... . r...n..j Mary ,srii13.','i555'.'.'.'."'9aI rr, 1--rr Well' GUY -,---- -------,,-- M mu", H--C2 S'-9-' -------------- Kramer Rich 88 -'39 N0 My Luzum, Duane Clalr Marshall, Cully , ..... 77, 209, ' "" ' 156 l5l' 236: Luzum, Gary . ........ . ...... 89, Marshall, Hadi ......... ....... ...... . . Kramer! Bob I 88' 96' 'HZ' H31 liyles, Norm ..,,....... .......... M arshall, Jo Carol ,..., . 86, 90 156, 236, 253 LYV'1fLf1,J1fl1l'e1 -rrrr ------- M1 UfS:0ll, :filly ----,-- rrrr gg, ync , u le . ..... ........... a rs cl , argaret .,., , , ,.,,.,,,,ld .,.,.,..-....- 199 Lyons, Glary ..,... ...... , 119, 93, 115, 163, Kmmegsl Comlyn S. YYYVVVYYYYY VVYVYYY l 72 Lyons, Jim ....... ................ 9 6, Marshall, Mary Colleen K,e,,, 13111 ,VVA 3, 39, 79, 103, 120, Mah-A --------------------- MUfSl1U11r M017 ---- 111, 117, 25a r ------- ------- 1 Lyons, Sue ,..,........,,....... ........, .... M a rshall, Patricia E. ,.,,........,,. . ,fffjglf9,SQ,f'fff,,jjjjj''ggjggl liyans, lirlrrirr geonard .,.....,. 1 ,. Marshall, Bob ..................,. 124, Krieger' Larry D' 172 yons, o ert . ........,.... ....... M artln,Danny L. .... Krleger, Steven Reid .,..,.,.,,...... 199 mglllfrl, El: A- ---- -- -- fQ,'lLff',,Lee '5"""""""" 185 McAr1ally,lahri I Marlinl Judy Palrirla Kroc: nlrlr ...,...,...,,. 101, 108, 216 ,TCQ':,1er gC'1"e1"'e 1- -------- 53 Martin. Liri-elle Ann ,-------- Krarn, Glenn Lee .,,.,,.,,,..,,,,,,, ,, 217 MCB' E- AW' -------- E5 ---- 126- Marlgner, Noi ....--. ---. , Krasnilr, Kathy ,... . 33, 94, 102, C "Y"r "" -------- r r Marlrnez, Tony L. ........ 108, 258 276 MC11'9Ye'- 19118 -------------------------- Marvis Ann ,.,.,, ...,,....,............. Kuernmerlin Karen 96 217 Mrccmmon' Claudia J' """""" Mason' Jeff . 39 144 Kala, Karer1 ....,.,....,, f"'ffQQ'123' 259 M'C""""""r 5"11Y 1-5' ---- 111' Mason: Vicki sf"fffff.f .....,., L ,, 1621, 53223 'E,iEE'ffg, ........ 237 MCC-fur, Debra D- -----,---, 522221, 121233 1211?-11111'11i.L11L1' m2g:llll11ggZfr,K- ---- 55 ----- l-,H Marahael, clizahaih M. B .... Q 6, ' . "" ' ' Mathes George 77 8 , r M C th , 1' ..................,. ' ' law, gnu Ang --------r-rr--rrrrrrr- MZCZilslZ1nd,llEgnne ..,.,,,,, .....,. M mms cms 156' 157 acey, even ralg ................ M Cl l, l Ed I l- I , l -- - Lalier, William llavrrrarul ------- 172 MECllii1ell Kldthy vo. ...,,, 126 23a Mf'11"f'S- KeY"'."'1- Laird, Frank W. .,,..,..., ,.... 1 19 172 Mccollum Mary LU -,-,----..A.-A,. ' 2-l7 M0llllEW5, Cllfls ----- ----------- - Laird, Glendon L. ..................,... 172 Mccomb' 1-lclmolhy lrwln MUllll5W5, ElllU139ll1 K- ---------- -- Lnnd, glepnnnle lean ,,,, 105, 119, Mccormqck Bwce B9 H9 2,7 Matthews, Eric R, .,..,......,, 199 Mccmmick' Mis, C ' ' W5 Matthews, Steven ....,....... 119, , . , y - .............. .. Lalrsmlth, Douglas .... ..,. . 199 Mccoy Elben AAAIAAVA r l-lg Matthews, Susan .... 105, 117, Lo Marr, William .,..., ..... 1 85 Mccoyi Glen ,VVV,,,-, 259 Mattson, Mark H. .,,..,... ...... ..... . . Lamb, Chris ........ ,... 2 37 Mccoyl lames W. --,--A.AAA. ...A,,. 'l99 Maul, Leann . ............,..,...... Lamb, Paul Christian Mcgoyl linda lou ,,,, 76 95 Qlg Maxwell, Mary ..,. 93, 96, 115, 1-U1151"9r 11911914 5- Ass- '----- 1 99 McCoy, Patricia Lee ....... 94: 117 173 1-Ulm, Muffin Ml' ---- -------- 1 99 McCoy, Bob .... ..............,,,., , 218 Maul, Roger Wrrl. ,.--- ,,----------,,,, - Larsaa, Claus N9r1r1ar1 ---------,rrr- 185 McCue, Kathleen E. ......... ..,...... 1 73 Mavris, Ariri ..........,, 117, 124. larfarh P1911 -r---- - ------------- - 99, 237 McCue, Mika .,,. 119, 124, 156, 238 May, Barbara Ann ..,.........,.,,..,... 101500, Bah -- 35, 52, 93r 951 1461 McCue, Pat ,,.. .......,....,,..,,,. 8 9, 213 Mayer, Susan Kay ..,,.,.,, ...,,, , Salmt, Jim ,,,,...,,. Rimer, Sharon Ann Mlkllem Olson, Laura ,................,, . 117, Megill, Mary .,,..,. .. ..... .. 261 Pearson, Steve 1 Megill, William S. Jr. .....,..... . Melnick, Jeff .. ,...... ,.,,,..,. 1 19, Menard, Janet ....... ...., 1 19, Menard, Jerry . ,,...,,..,...,,. 154, Mercer, Debra Lynn .. ,,,, Meredith, Susan R. Mesch, David ,,....... ..... Mesch, Larry ...... ,,,,, Metzger, Dave . .. Metzger, Dean .... ,..,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, Metzger, Ronald J. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. . Meyer, John .,,...,.,... 83, 106, Meyer, Marcia Ann ................... Miles, John ,,,, 89, 154 155 Miles, Mark W. .. ....,...... ...... . .. Millenson, Florie E. ,,,.... .,,.. . Miller, Barbara A, .... ...,,... . Miller, Brian 88, Miller, Bruce John ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,, Miller, Bruce P, ,......,,.,,.......... . Miller, Connie . . . 90 96, Miller, Dale W. .......,.,...... Miller, Dave .,.. 83, 84, 261, Miller, David Lee ..,,., ., ,...., .. Miller, Douglas Ed Miller, Betsy ,,.,,, .. 119, Miller, Jeii .........,.....,...... ...,.,, , Miller, Kent Allen ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 107 Miller, Lana K. ..... ....., . . Miller, Miller, Dave ...,., Dick L. ..... . Miller, Richard L. Miller, Robert B. Miller, Bob ............. ..... 125, Miller, Sharon L. , Miller Steve Miller: Stephen J. ..,. .. Miller Steve .. .. . ,. Miiieif sie Miller, Tom .............. ...,.. Mills, Mills, Mills, Carole Anne Janis. M. ..,. . Kent D. Mills, Lana Kay ,,.., Mills, Linda D. Millunzi, Gloria Jean Milne, Charles .........., Milne, Karen Leslie Milne, Marla Gail .. Milne, Randy .............. Mincer, Mincer, Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell Mitchem Charles R. Debbie ..,.,,. , Chuck .,,., 119, 119, 140, , Diana ............ .... , Mary Alice , Melinda A nn , Roger S. , Roy ............. ...... , Ted Clark , Allen ......,..., 89, Mitchem, James E. ...... . Lowell E. ..... . Settle, Joyce Lynn ............ 51, Siekmeier, Linda Mon, Jogeph M. Monneuse, Carol L. Montague, Dick Montgomery, Dick .... Montrose, Carla Moody, John ........... ...... 119, 89, 117, 87, 126, 117, Moore, Carol Grace Moore, Courtney M. Moore, Leslie . ....,.,,,.,,, Moore, Mac Given ........... Moore, Mike Charles .. ,,,, .. 122, Moorhead, Anne .,,. 86, 93, 96, 115, 261 Moornan, Lemuel T. Moreland, Norma ............ Morgan, Jerry ...,........ 90, H951 Morgan, Pat . .................. 106, Morgan, Robin Lynn ................ Morgan, Bob .....,...................,.. Moritz, Carol 64, 90, 97, Morris, Mary .. .....,....,.. 119, Morris, Roger N. .... 88, 101, Morris, Wendy . ..,. ,, ,.,,.. 123, Morrison, Michael .................... Morrison. Sharon L. ., . ,,.. Morse, Carolyn J. Morse, Linda A. Mosher, Barbara .............. 119, Moseley, Gregory N. Mosko, Lucky ............................ Mountioy, Bruce .............. 153, Mauntioy, Stephen ............. Moye, John A. Mueller, Bruce Woodrow . Notale, James Kim Natale, Julie .. . 100 Naylor, James ........ ........... 1 17 Naylor, Steve 89, 117, 124 Meidiger, Linda ..,. 95, 97, 99 Nelson, Gary Lee Nelson, Karen Lynn ................ Nelson, Mary Ann ................. .... Nelson, Paula ............ 90, 104, Nelson, Dick .............. 87, 117, Nelson, Robert Teddy .... ,, . Nelson, Todd Pearce Newcomer, Bill .... 38, 40, 52, 89,'101, 146, 147, 261 Newman, Diane ........................ Newman, John Millium .......,,,.. Nielsen, Dagmar Ann .... Nielson, Darrell Glenn Niemonn, Sherry Louise ........., Nilson, Jill 71, 103, 115, Nilson, Joanne D. .......... 119, Noble,Sylvia Ann Noe, Deborah A. .............. 124 Norburg, Joan T. 77, 90, Nordberg, Sandi .. ............. 96, Norden, Gail Lee Nordstrom, Carole .... 104, 123 Nordstrom, Debra June ........... 1 Peay, Greg .... ..., . Pecka, Jett . .... . . . Pedersen, Gene ....,. .. Pedersen, Kathryn R. . . Pedersen, Lars .. . .. .. Pedersen, Linda ., .... 110, Pelsue, B Pelsue rad . . 52, 101, 104, 262 oeii . 99, 111, 117: Peltierl, Trish .....,....,................. Fenley, Gordon William . .,.... . Penley, Kent A. . . . 96, Pennington, Betsy ......... ,...... . . Peonio, Barby .,.,.......,. .. 99, Peoriio, Gregory Gus ...... Perkin, Perkin, Linda Efeia .. 102, Mike ...,..,,.. 117. Perkins, Hugh Peter .... Perlman, Neil A. Perlman, Richard L. . 106, Perron, Mary Catherine Perry, Carol ......... . 121, Perry, David L, Perry, Louis Mac . Perry, Steve . .............. ...... 8 9, Perry Smith, Cindy .,,.,.,,. .. Perry Smith, Roger Wm. . Noris, Joseph S. ............, ..... . Noris, Kathryn Ann ..... ...... Norlin, Deborah J. ...... ..... . Norlin, Kirk John . ................. . Norlin, Pamela M. ................. . Normark, Kristi ..........,..... 110, Norris, Melanie Kay .... ...,,..,,.. Norton, Mary Lou Ruth Novak, Patricia A. ......,..,, Novak, Becky , .. ......... 105, Novak, Steve .... 96, 99, 101, Novosad, Diane . 52, 83 Persson, Britt .... 34, 77, 93, 263 Pesusich, Jean . .. ,. Pesusich, Larry ..... .. , Peters, Joan .. .... ..,. . . Petersen, Cindy L. .,,...., , ., . Petersen, Victor Allred .. .. Petersen, Donald G. Peterson, George . Peterson, Rich . ........ . Pettee, Kathy ..,. 86, 90, 93. 263, Petterson, Betsy ........... . . 96, Petterson, William H. .......... . Plohl, Carrie . 797 100, 119, Novosad, Stephan R. . .. .... ., Nowlin, Bob ..... .......... , 119, Numaugh, Susan Obstleld, Ilene ................ 119, Oburn, Martha ........ 83, 99, Oburn, Nancy .... ,. .. O'Connell, Karen Ann .... ...... O'Connell, Terry Alan ,,,,.,.. . O'Dell, Don .... 101, 144, 145 O'Dell, Doug Alan Oilutt, David E. Ohrns, Steve C. .............,.... . . Olbey, Jane Olmsted, Jim .. ....... 89, 117, Olmsted, Bob ........ 103, 119, Olson, Millie .... 83, 84, 117, Pfennig, Roberta .. .... . . Phelps, Brad ...... ,.............. Phelps, Linda Pauline .......... . Phillips, Craig .,,, 103, 141, Piiiiiip s, John B. Phillips, 'Lesa 29, 35, 7 1, 86 93, 163, 263 Phillips, Maureen E. . .. Phillips, Sharon . ...... . 126, Phillips, Sheila . ,... .. . Phipps, Alice ..., 82, as, 263, Pickrel, Jorganne .. ...... 110, Pinkston, Gary ........ 103, 141, Reardon, Ron . , Rede, Julian J. Rede, Sherry ., Redeker, Darlene .. . Reed, Carol L. .,.......... . Reed, Linda Lou Reed, Stephen Lloyd .. .. Reeder, Jay Olin 119, 104, Reeder, Rexanna E. .......... 187, Reese, Carol .... 83, 90, 93, 97, 133, 263, Reese, Judy .. ............, 99, 105, Reeves, Allen , . 89, 142, 143, Reeves, Jennifer .....,.. 91, 93, Reginelli, seii , , 89, 156, Reginelli, Paul F. ...... . Reichert, Stephen C. Reitt, Roberta 83, 93, 94 Reiti, Sherwin H. Reiner, Robert F. Renalde, Judy ...... Rennecker, Susan Kay ...... Rex, Bonnie ......... 95, Rex, Philip c. Reynolds, Cynthia Jane , 132, 106, 1621, Reynolds, David .. ...,... Reynolds, Diane Marie .... Reynolds, Kevin C. . N125 142, 119, 91, Reynolds, Bob 88, 96, Rice, Christine R. ..., Rice, Donald S. ............... . Rice, Sam ., ........ . Rice, Gemma ..... ..... 1 05, Rice, Janet . . . Rice, Marc Rich, Nancy .. .... . ...... iiieiiefde, Diane Kay Richards, Dyanna ..... Richardson, Barbara ..,.... Richardson, Bob .,,,. izieiimeiiei, Betsy '105 98, 119 Richmond, Marioriei ....... ' ' 98 Riddell, Gail ...... ..... Riddell, Robert J. ........ . Rider, Beth .............. ..... Ridge, James J. 1 Riepe, Pamela R. . .. .. Riley, Potty 1. ............,.. . Riley, wiiiieiii Fred . ..... . 110, 113 Pinkston, John . . 140, 154, Piper, Laurie R. . . Pique, Sally ...... .. .. Pitchtord, Jeff . Pitchford, Rosemarie ,. ., Plettner, aiii ..... ,, 89, Ringnell, Lonnie L. Ritchie, John Steve Rittenhouse, David ..... ., Ritter, Susan Marie Plettner, Jenny . .. .. Plummer, Sally 90, 95, 99, Plummer, Susan . . 90, 93, 95, Polivni ck, Barbara .... 96, 117, Pollack, Geoffrey, D. . .. Ritz, David S. .... 109, Robb, Nancy . ..... 104, Robbins, Warren . .......... . Roberts, Carol . .. ........... . .. Roberts, Scott ...,,. 153, Roberts, Glenn ,....... 124 Roberts, Steve . ........,........... .. Roberts, Rodney Craig Roberts, Steve ,......... 141 Robertson, Douglas ....... Robinson, Adell Jean . .... . Robinson, Robinson, Delia R. Robinson, Karen Sue Robinson, Lynn .. Mueller, Cheryl ........ 104, 110, Mueller, Margo ............., ..,,..,,,. Mugleston, Debbie ..,. 67, 117, Mugleston, Shonnie .... 110, Mulhausen, Dianne .......... 261, Mumaugh, Susan E. ..... ..... . . Mullen, John J. Mundell, James Lee .,....... Murphy, Pat ................ 89, Musick, Susan ........,. .......... Mussett, Kathy ........ 97, Mussett, Ken .................... Myers, Ellen L. ........ 113, Myers, Roger .... 84, 106, Nagel, Nancy ........ 104, Nagel, Thomas F. .. Nagler, James Nasi, Jim .... 38, 52, 294 88, 101, 119, 117, 119, 115, 141, 105, 124, Olvey, Jane Michele ................ O'Neil, Brian ............................ Orblom, Larry ..,. 89, 97, 156, Orblom, Leslie L. ................... . Ordelheide, Connie ........,....... Ordelhide, Janet ..... ................ Ore, Karla .......,,..,,. 105, 111, Orr, Vi ..... . .................. Orr, Rick .................................. Orr, Thomas V. ........... ..... . Ostrom, Barbara Lynn Ott, Sam ................................,,,. Ousley, Sami ............... .... 1 19, Outman, Jim .... 76, 83, 84, 106, 262 Oviatt, Susan . .. 119, Owen, David Lee Owen, Garvo .. .. ,. Owen, Linda Gayle Owen, Larry Joe Owen, Paula S. Pollard, Carol .... 79, 90, 93 101 Pollard, Linda .... ....... 9 0, 93, Porter, Kathy .... . 96, 97, 117 Porter, Patty ......,,...,..... .. 119, Portz, Ken ....................., .... Pawell, Stephen Robert Pratt, Abbi ............... . . . 104, Pratt, James Robert .....,.. ...,...,. Preston, Charlotte I. . . 111, Preyer, Carl ......... .. Preyer, Louise . Primack, Rodd . . .. . Primack, Terri A. .. Prince, Carleton . . 89 Pringle, Robert Pritchard, Russ . .... . 151, Probert, Robert Jack .. .. .. Probert, Tara Lynn . , . Protlit, Norma J. Prussing, Cindy .. 52, 79, 83 263 Pulver, Terry Lee . .. Deborah F. . .... Sanburg, Erik .......... Sanburg, Nels Arne ,.................. Sandberg, Marcia ........... Sanders, Daphne . ............. . Sanders, Debbie ...... 105 Sanders, Rickie P. Sanders, Ronald Sanders, Terri L. . . Sands, Leo ............ .,.. Sands, Marty Jo Saracino, Joseph Sargent, Penny .........., Sargent, Russell V. ,. Saunders, John E. Saunders, Lincla Ann , Saunders, Lynda Jean Saviers, Debra ..,..... .... Saviers, John D. Saxton, Charles . . .. Saxton, Steve ..... Sayre, Ethel ..,..... . Schacht, Bruce Allen Schacht, Lawrence R. Schafi, Susan A. . ff "99, " 119' 121, 154 Schamach, Rich .. ........,..... ., Schellhase, Bonnie .... Schellhase, Lin ........ 110 Schermerhorn, Dan S. Scherrer, Frederick J. Scherrer, Pat .... 95, 104 Schierbrock, Lois K. ....... . Schierenberg, Gary R. Schierenberg, Linda .. Schissler, Charles M. Schleiger, Derk S. Schlender, Beate H. , 126, , 110, 104, 117 Schless, Bobbie Jo .... 77, 93 Schlieker, John F. Schmedeman, Helen ........... ...... Schmid, Joe .............................. Schmidt, John .......... .... 1 19, Schoenfeld, Barbara .. .. Schott, George , Schrameyer, Diana . Schrameyer, Judy . . Schrawger, Linda Ann . .. 86, Schriener, Steve F. Schumacher, Janet . . 83 111, 124, 265 Schumacher, Robert W. .... 140 Schwabauer, Craig T. . Schwcibauer, Diane .. 90, 93, 265 Schwanlt Jim .... 96, 101, 106 Schwengels, Julie J. .,.... Schwieder, Sharon 91 . 93. Scott, James R. .... Scott, Meredi .... .. . B5, Scott, Bobbi ...... . .. .... .. 96, Scott, Roland J. ,,,.,..,......, Scrivner, Garry . . ................ .. Scrivner, Jim ............ 107, 124 Seeley, Janet ........ 52, B3 ,86 265 Seeley, Mitchell E. Sees, Bob ..... ,, 117, Seibert, Paul Lester .. ............ .. Self, Christi J. .... ......,........,,,.. . Selvy, Bernita ........ 113, 117, Selvy, Chuck . ................,. 119, Seth, Richard ..... .. , Rodman, Judith Lynn .. ., Rodman, Kathy . . .,..,. 119, Roebuck, Ann . . 76, 83, 84, 105, 115, 209 Rohm, David T. ., .... ........ . . .. Rondeau, Paul Alan . .. . Rondeau, Bob Gordon ..... Roof, Bruce .. 77, 87, Roorda, Thomas D. .. . Roosa, Donald Paul . . Roosa, Karen Lee Roper, Earl Roquemore, Frank R. Roquemore, Richard A. Rose, Beverly .. Roth, Al ..,,............ 87, Owens, Bill ........., . 119, 156, Ozman, Dennis Dale Paap, Erica May ..............,,,..,.... Poop, Saskia ........ 90, 102, Page, Virginia Gay ................ Pacheco, Pat ............................ Palley, John ........ 117, 141, Paladino, Karen ........................ Palley, Mary ..,. 38, 52, 71, 262, Palley, Richard E. ................... . Palmer, Susan ......,. ....,. 1 19, Pcilmquist, Ray ................ 117, Parker, Beth Carol ..................... Parkhill, Gerald 117, Parkhill, Pat ........... ...... 1 17, Parma, Ken Henry Parma, Nancy M. ........ ......., . Parsons, Robert Boyd ........... Portin, Rick ................................ Quam, Patricia Quimby, Leslie Kathleen Quinlan, Galeen 68, 90, 97 Quinlan, Twyla A. . . .... Quinn, Cinda . ...,,.... . 105, Radetsky, Jay S. . . 100, Raiter, Susan K. . .90, 93, 95, 124 Ralston, Chuck .... 87, BB, 146, Ralston, Sheryl . 119, 180, Rama, Barbara Anne ..... ..,,, , ,. Ramos, Claudia Dolores .. Randant, Gary . .. . 152 Randont, Kenneth L. .,....,.. . Randolph, Tom ...... 117, 141, Rask, Jackie ...... , ,. 97, 98, Rathbun, Dave ,. 89, 117, Roy, Karleen .,,., .... 7 1, 117 Ray, Dick ...... .....,, . ..... . .. .. Ra burn Lisa D. . .... .. Roth, Roth, izeiii, Roth, John Harry Martin H. 115,' 249 125, Michale Lee ........... Vicki ................... .... Rouse, Annette 97, Rouse Rouse Rouse, Rouse Rubin Rudol Rudol Rudol Rudol P Rudolph Rudo , Karen L. ,,.., ..... . , Patty . ............... . , Jodie 70, 83, , Ira David 99. 119, Pat . ..,.. .. .... .... . .. .. 93, 264, .. ....,. 187 Settle, Merrilee L. Shafer, Anton . ...... .... ............. . Shafer, Brock ........... ...... 153, Shaler, Harry Summers .... ........ Shafer, Mark Godger .............. Shahan, Gary .... 83, 87, 151, Shahan, Richard Mark ............ Shanahan, Kevin .....,....... .... . Shapiro, Lorie . .. .. 71, 117, Shapiro, Sandy . 70, 83, Shearer, Laura ..., .. ..............., .. Shedd, Nancy ............,,. Shedd, Sara .............................. Shehan, Pat .... 76, 84, 104, 105, 52, 119 , 93. Shehan, Scott Francis ........ 156, Shelley, Deborah Mae .....,...,... . ph, Brad Lee .. ,...,......... .. ph, Candice Lynn ,, ph, Cathy .. 83, h, Douglas Eugene Joan . ,, ,... 126,77 202 175 , 113, Iph, Richard K. . .... Rudolph, Sharon R. .. .. .. . Ruid, Paul Lloyd Ruona, Martti .. ., Rushton, Russell, Georgia Ann Jim . . ..... .. Patrun, Jan .... 77, 117, 249, Patten, Lewis ..,, 89, 117, 124, Patterson, Ettie ........................ Patterson, Jerry J. ................... . Patton, Cindy .................... 117, Patton, James Michael Patton, Kip ...................,.... 119, Patton, Susi ....,, ,.,, . 90, 93, Payne, Robert D. Jr. ............... . Payton, Nancy Lynn ...,,.. ,..,.. Payton, Sara Lea Y , Raymond, Sidney Razatos, Suzie .... 78, 90, 117, Razatos, Spiro Peter ..,. Rea, David Wm. Saine, David Le Roy Saine, Tom ........ . ..,... .. . 102, . 89. Shepherd, Norman ,. . .......... Sherback, Jim Walter .,,.. ........., Sheridan, Paula .... . ,.... .. .. . Sherlock, Sherri .. 104, 124, Shilvock, Lin ........... .... 117, Shinn, Dennis Mike ..,........,..,... Shirk, Sue ........................ 119, Shraiberg, Renee Judith Shraiberg, Steve . 96, 117, Shrum, Dave .....,... ,,,......,. .,..., . Shrum, Kenneth F. Shrum, William C. Shubin, Don ...... ,..,.,. . . 100, Shubin, Jim .... 88, 89, 156, Shuldberg, Mike .. . Shuldberg, Susan R. .. Shultz, Sarah Jane ,..... Shultz, Stephen W. .... Siegert, Rick Alon .... ..... 1 08, Silk, Deborah Ann Simmons, Malcolm C. ..... ...... . Simmons, Robert J. .......... ....... . Simmons, Sue .........., ..,.. 9 6, Simpson, Bob .......... ......... Simpson, Gail L. ..... ...... . Sims Gar D , Y - Sinclair, Mike 96, 102, Singer, Janet ,,,,, ,. 76, 84, 91, Singer, Bobbie .,,.,.,. 104, 110, Sinkovic, Bill A,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., Sinopli, Janice . .,,,,, , Skaer, Larry ...,..........,. 89, 153 Skeen, Dick ..,,.......,.,.. ,, 119, Sloan, Janis Louise ..,,..... .. Sloan, Sandra Lee Sloan, Susan J. ,,....... ..,.,.... . .. Smith, Barbara S. ,,..,,. ,.,,..,,,,, . Smith, Brent .,,,.,.....,,,,..... 117, Smith, Dorothy Lee Smith, Doug .......,.....,..,. Smith, Gary Allen Smith, Janet ,... 91, 93, 96, Smith, Judy G. ,,,,. Smith, Judy .... Smith, Keene Zurich ,, ,, , Smith, Larry , , ,, , 124, Smith, Mary Ann Smith, Peggy Sue ., Smith, Ronald M. ...,..,,..,,..... .. Smith, Sandi ,.,,,,,, 93, 104, Smith, Stan , ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , , . Smith, Steve ,..,...,..... ...... Suhm, Louise . ....... ..., . . Sullivan, Dennis , .... ,... Sullivan, Jlm ..,,,....... 87, 151, Sundell, Sunny ...,,......... 124, Sutherlin, Stephen .............,....,. Swaggart, Scott M. ........ 89, 124, Swan, Nancy ,, .,.... .... 1 26, Swanson, Roger 88, 89, Swick, Sandy .,.... . .........., 123, Swick, William Lee . ...,,,,....,, . Swiebel, Bob .,.,,.. ...,....,.,. 1 41, Sylvester, Janice S. Sylvester, John W. , ,,,, ..,.. . . Tagliaterri, Sharon ,,,,. Tall, Dave ,,,,,,,.s,.................,,,,,., 266, Mary ...................,..,,,,,,.s 106, Tarr, Jim ............ 83, 96, Tatum, Taylor, Taylor, Douglas C. Taylor, Gerald L, .,,, 140, 154, Barbara ,,,,,,,.,,. . Snell, Dennis W. .,.... . Snie owski Harve ., Q , Y Sniegowski, Michael L. Snow, James S. Vance, Linda .,...... ....... Vancil, Janet Ann Van Der Schaaf, Nick A, Van Der Schaclt, Ted A. Van Gelder, Jodi 52, 91, 104 Van Genderen, Scott ,.... Van Houw, Jim ,,,,,,,,, Van Lunsen, Mineke M. Van Lunsen, Peter P. .. ...,.... . ,. Van Voorhis, Steve A. . ,,,. Van Welden, Karen ....,....... 119, Vardaman, George T. .. , Vardaman, Pam 99, Vaughn, Dave .... 89, 117, Vaughan, Don ....,,........,..... 107, Vaughn, Herschel . , 87, 88, 147 Vaughn, Robin .... 52, 79, 83, 99, 263, Vaughn, Ron ,, ,,.,. ,. 119, Venuti, Patricia C. . . Venuti, Bob ........ 117, 141, Vernon, Karen Ann Vernon, Rodney D. ,,,, .... . Vestal, Don ................................ Vestal, Steve Allen s,,.,.,,.,.,..,. Vierheller, Laura Lee ................. Vittum, Jan M. ........ 84, 96, Vittum, J, H. . ,, ,,,. ..,,., , Vivian, Jan .. ...,,, ..,,.. 7 6, 119, Vivian, Ron .......,........................ Vocate, Michael Ernest Voorhees, Steve .,,. 89, Voris, Doug ......... ........ Vranek, Kyle Lee 125, 117, 266, Taylor, lrene C. ......... ...... ...... . Taylor, Ken , .... ..... , 154, Taylor, Ralph ............ ..... 1 02, Tearman, Ja Ann ,,,,.. ......... ,,.... Tearnan, Mark ............... 89, Templeton, Shirley Anne ,,,,,,,. Thebus, Paul ,,,,, ,,,....... .,... ....... Thebus, Penny ..............,.. ..,,,,, , . Therrell, Jan ........ 39, 83 132, Therrell, Bob .... 87, 146 156, Thomas, Alan .... 83, 103, 106, Thomas, Donald E. Thomas, Janet Lynn ,, ,,,. ,,,, . . Thomas, John Gregory Thomas, Keith Eugene Thomas, Ken ..... ,, ........... ..... . . Thomas, Lesle ..... . .,.. 96, 117, Thome, Susie .. .... .........., 1 26, Snow, Michael . . .... .... 1 19, Snow, Tom .,,.,. ...... ...... 1 5 6, Sobol, Ellen May ..... .,,..,..,,,,. Sobol, Rebecca 1. ,,,, Solomon, Tom J. .,.................... . Sondrup, David ................ 119, Sondrup, Ronald Wayne ....,,,, Sooby, Carol Ann .............. ,,,, . Sooby, Karen Lea ,,..,,,s...,,,........ Sorensen, Carl . ...... 29, 140, Spangler, Gregory S. Spangler, Becky . ....,,..,,..... 113, Sparks, Bruce ........ ............ . . Sparks, Gary Lee ................... , Speckman, Walt .... 89, 140, Speckman, William V. ........... . Spinney, Lynn M. ......... Spurlin, Barbara ........ 115, Spurlin, Richard ............ 115, Spurlin, Ginny , ,,.... 77, 105, 119 209, Spurlock, Connie .....,, .,,. 1 17, Sroczynski, James P, ........... . Stahnke, Marc .,,,.,,,, ,, ,,..,. Staley, Gretchen 119, Stansbury, Roger .... 89, 124, Stapleton, Larry .,,..,,,............,,,, Stapleton, Linda A .,,, 119, Starcevich, Judith Ann Stark, John ,,,..,,,.,,, ,..,. . 96, Stack, Michael F. ..................... . Stark, Patti , ,,,.,,.,,.,. 96, 121, Stark, Steven L. ,.,,,,...s..... Stark, Susan .... 37, 77, 83, Stearns, John H. ..................... . Stearns, William A. 46, Steck, Thud ,,,,,... 117, 124, Steenbock, William P. .........,, . Steiner, Alan ............ 83, 95, Steinhauer, Glen ..........,. ....,, , .. Steinke, Bruce ...... ....... ...... Stelzer, Cathy .,.,.,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , Stephenson, Craig . ....,,.... .... , . Stephenson, Robert E, Stevens, Charles Stevens, Heather G. ......,.,,,,, . Stevens, Jordon Brian Strauss, Linda ........ 83, 96, 99 Stevens, Laurie .,.. 104, 111, Stevens, Susan J. Stevensan, Bruce F. ,,,., .....,...,. . Stevenson, Craig ........,.,, ,, ., Stewart, Jim .......... .,,,,, 1 21, Stewart, Kathy ....... ...... 2 03, Stice, Sherry ....... ..........,..... Stiles, Eric A. .,.. ............-...... , Stiles, Karen L. ........ 83, 86, Stiles, Melani J. ..............,...... . Stimsan, Laura ..... .. 113, Stimsan, Bob .................... 117, Stine, Howard G. ........... .,,,,, . Stirling, Patricia .,,..,,,.... 119, Stirling, Rick ,, ,....,,,, , 119, Stone Anthon J. ..........,..,,,.,,, . , Y Stone, Jeremy Elliot ..,..,, .,...s.... Stone, Jim , ,,.,.., , 77, 87, 208 Stookesbury, Dave 87, 140, Stookey, Don ................ 124, Storhaug, Arlene .... ...,,.... 9 1, Storhaug, Timothy C. .......,..... . Stout, Cynthia K. ..................... . Stout, Dave .,.., ,..... 1 56, 158, Strauss, David .................s.. 79, Strauss, Richard Joel ,.,. Stroessner, Richard F. Stryker, John ........ 89, 141, Stryker, Susan ..........,,,...s,...,.... Stubbs, Fell L. Stubbs, Jane . ,. . 68, 83, 105, Stubbs, Sandra ........ 86, 91, Stuebgen, Bill Sturgis, Steve rharnpsan, Clilt .,,, 144, 145, Thompson, Karen L. ........ 91, Thompson, Marjorie ......,. 91, Thompson, Michael R. ,,.........,, , Thompson, Sharon ........,.,. 99, Thompson, Terry ...................... Thompson, Ward .... 117, 141, Thorpe, Forrest L. Thornley, Liz .................... 117, Thornley, Robert Hilton ,,........ Thornley, William H. ............... . Thornisberry, Mike ......,, 119, Thorpe, Todd V. ..,... ,,,,,,,.....,. . Thrash, Cathy .....,, ,,...... 1 19, Thurman, Karin 101, 117, Thurstin, June ............,,.. 117, Thytault, David V. ..............,,,,, . Thylault, Lin .,., .,............ 1 23, Tidball, Stephen R. ................... . Tieman, Jack , ...... 88, 138, Tilly, Jim ..,.... ......- 1 19, Tilly, Judy Lyn rllsley, Diane .....,,, 91, 93, Tilsley, Steve Wade Timmons, Bonnie C. Timmons, Jan ,,,,,,,,, , Tincher, Connie ....... Tlppr, lclrn . ....,.. ,, fffffff Tipton, Curt ..,,,, .. Tipton, Julie .... ......... ............- Tipton, Lynn E, ,,,,.........,.....,,,, , Tipton, Bob ,,,,,,.. 83, 96, 125, Todd, Chuck ..,. 52, 105, 111, Todd, Todd, David M. ............... ..--.-- - Todd, Kenneth Dean , ,,,,... . Tone, Geri , ..........,,,, ....,, . . Torpey, Jim R. Tourney, Donna L. ,........... 100, Tfeidel, Georgette C. . ........... ., Treverton, Greg 41, 77, 87 117, 142, 143 Tribbey, Sandra ..,,..,................. Trobaugh, Barbara .... 93, 96, Trout, Bob .,,............. 140, 158, Troxell, Jack M. . .............., True, Jean ........... .... . .................- Truiillo, Beniamin R. .............- .- Truiillo, Julie ...... . 97, 104, Trump, Marilyn Jane Trump, William Brad .,... ......,, Wade, Ralph Froland Wadlington, Chris ............ 93, Wadlington, Thomas H. .... 180, Dan M. ......,.,.,..,.........,,,, , Trustman, Robert Bruce Turner, Turner, Roger ..,.,, ............. ...... . , . Susan .,,,,,,,. ,101,117 , , ,....,... 89, Turtle, George .... 89, 101, 152 Turtle, Louann- .................. ..... Tyler, Chuck .,,,,,,..............,, ,,,, . .. Tyler, Sherwood I, Tyner, Helen ............ 76, 119, Tyner, Holly ---ff ff 34, 91, Underwood, David M. Underwood, Stan H. Underwood, Stan ........... .... Uniug, Charles Dana ...,. .,., ,,... Untug, Kathleen Louise .,,. Urman, Ruth .....,...........,....,,..,,.. Vagts, Gary . ......,............... 89, Vagts, John D. Valis, Debbie ............................. Van Alstine, Reginald K. Wagenhals, S. Michele 95, Wagle, Jim .............................. . Wagner, Liz . ,...., ,,.,, , , ,, , Wagner, Joyce ..... ...... 9 1, 93, Wagner, Linda Raye .................. Waliser, Deborah K. .. Waliser, Marc .,.., ...,....... 1 17, Walker, Randy Alan Walker, Wendy J. .......... Wallace, Mary .,,.,,, ...,.,,,. 9 1, Wallace, Pat ,,...... 93, 126, Wallace, Richard H, .,.......,.,.,,,. , Waln, Steve .,... ...... 1 05, 141, Wanner, Janice A. .,.,....,....... .. Ward, Diane Lynn ,, Ward, Mike .,,.,,...,,,..... 117, Ward, Richard E. Jr. Ward, Bob .............. 94, 268, Warde, Tony ....,,,,,,.,,.,. 156, Warden, Cheryl J, ,,,. Warden Mike ..,.,.................. ,. Warainf Kathy .................... 51, Warneke, Linda Jean . ....,. 111, Warner, Warner, John Warner, Warner, Marilyn Jo F Dan ..,............. .............. Ka therlne A, ..... Warren, Kathleen E. .,,,,,,,,, .,,.. . Wasinger, John T. .....,......,...,.. . Wasinger, Sue .............,.. 99, Wasson, Barbara C. .,,,,,. ,,,,,,, . Wasson, Suzanne .,................,.,. Watson, Debbie ...,,,,,.,. ..,.. 1 17, Watson, Jay J. ,,,,..,.,,,.......,,..... . Watson, James David Watson, Lawrence ..........,,,,,...,,, 126 Watson, Leslie Claire 52, 84, . 96, 99, 268 Watson, Mike ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Watson, Norman .,.,..,.,..,..,.....,... Watson, Randy Stewart , , 140, Watson, Stephen D. Watson, Tom R. .,,,..., , ,,,, Watson, William Leo .......,........ Weaver, Cortland S. Weber, Brent ........,,,,,,,,. . 119, Webster, Wllllam D. ,, .,,..,, Wedum, William Langen Wegenast, Susan Ann , , , ,. Weil, Linda Gail ,,..........,... ....... Weimar, Janet ...,....,,,,,,,,,,,. 119, Weiss, Deborah L. .,,, , . Wan., Mllrlrl ,,,......,....,...., Weiss, Bob .,.............. 107, 108, Welch, Debbie ,,,,, ,,,, , ,.,..,. 1 19, Welch, Mike .... 52, 71, 79, 89, 103, 120, 268, Welker, Frank .... 65, 70, 88, 140, 268, Weller, Ellie A. .. 86, 91, 96, Wenger, Diane , ,, 123, Wenger, Patricia .............,,... Wenger, Wally .,..,...,, ......... Werner, Christopher Werschky, Susan K. . Wertz, Paul G. Wesin, Catherine .,..,.............. .. Wesin, Linda ........................,,,. Wesin, Vicky ,,,,,,..,,,, 97, 126, Wessels, Barbara A. Wessels, James Allen West, John Vernon Westby, Bonnie ..,.............,.,,,,,. Westby, Bob .....,.,....... L.. 124, Whalen, Becky ........ 93, 115, Whalen, Connie K. ,..,..,, 91, 93, Whalen, Cynthia S. .,,,,,,,........... . Whalen, Linda . ,,,... 117, 209, Wham, Nanc S.. ..,, .. 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