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

 - Class of 1968

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' Q-L. :Lx W lx N 1. 3 N .. -I w"- :7 x i 1 . 3 1 lf JR. ..,. - , .fl Air. v 1 ffl, "Fri af , ' '- ff: s J-:hx l V , rl, r,-7 -N 'jlllllll ll lil il' R-ll v 71.4 1. N Here they come Some are climbing Some are flying "' Here they come Some are walking Some are riding Enter the Young" ' 01966 Beachwood Music Corporoiionp Tarr Kirkmon Released after years of being kept in hiding They are climbing up the ladder Rung by rung. 5 f i ei ,W l Enter the Young ,iiriliig M They learned to think More than you'd think they think, E 4 5 Noi only learned to think but fo care. Noi only learned to think but to dare Enier the Young. Some with questions, some decisions. Some with facts and some with visions To win a prize that no one has ever won. Of ca place that multiplies without the use of division Some Some Some Some are laughing are crying, are doing, iusf trying, ' ?E gi.-:T-zfer: rpg . . Lv. 5 9 ' 'Q ' ,IV ' Some Some Some Some but . are are Clfe GTG selling, buying, living, dying, HH Demanding Recognition One by One Table of Contents Faculty ....... .... Clubs ....... .... Sports ....... .... Activities ........ . . Royalty .......... . . Seventh Grade ..... . . Eighth Grade. .. Freshmen ....... ..... Sophomores ...... .... Juniors ..... .... Seniors ..... .... Reminiscence ...... ...... Hall of Fame ................. Student-Faculty Index ..... ..13 ..30 ..86 124 146 168 178 188 200 214 230 256 258 272 ACADEMICS Fa cuHy and Adminisfrafion 2 ., . X .,A, A I 1 , W, if H - A .- .ir Mm,g54Es'a 521,35 kgjl K 4 .ifz:z2:,g: 5 EQ Q. In Mr. Charles Mackey, Principal -Nw icy, LR , -5. rf Able Leadership Opens Door To Youth Mr. Eugene Wurh Dr. Wesley Johnson AssisTanT Principal AssisTanT Principal Thomas Jefferson sTudenTs conTinued To look To The ad- minisTraTion Tor supporT This year. Under The able leadership oT "Number One SparTan."' Mr. Mackey, The adminisTraTors have displayed auThoriTy wiTh The personal approach oT Triends. They helped The sTudenTs wiTh personal problems as well as Those dealing wiTh school. Their familiar Taces were a common sighT aT aThleTic. social, and academic TuncTions. The high sTandards They se-T made The sTudenTs of Thomas JeTTerson more maTure and beTTer individuals. Miss Lorene Efhriclge Mrs. Marcella Cadwell Dean Dean 5 Donald Moser Lawrence Corsa Coordinalor Coordinalor Senior High Junior High Special "Servicemen" Fight Special Problems Wilhoul The help of IBM machines, audio-visual malerials, and medical assislance. lhe school would have failed 'ro funclion properly. The guidance and assislance of The schools special "servicemen" under lulelage of able coordinaiors, helped lhe mosl undecided sludenl realize his lull polenlrial and abililies. Whalever lhis problem: his schedule, a cul linger, or his research paper, someone al Thomas Jefferson cared. The people lo whom These responsibililies 'Fall worked long hours lo see lhal each-gjsludenl loolc lull advaniage of his high school educalion. Ll. Col. Mincer, Miliiary Chairman, discusses malerial wilh senior Honorary Cadel, Sally Wiederspan. I6 Lucille llgaudas Counselor Carole Lamberf Counselor June Maffeo Librarian Marlin Mansfield Evalualion Charles Mincer ROTC Marian Penninglon Counselor Sue Pippins Librarian Gaslon Sanli IBM Scheduling Gerald S-lone Counselor Evelyn Cohen Social Worker Rulh Couwlier Nurse George Culling Counselor Merle Dorsell' Ed ucalion Ca reer Cou nselor Rosemary Fichler Librarian Jean Fischer Counselor William Graham Counselor Randall Harl Evalualion Loren Hayes Audio-Visual Paul Helancler College Counselor .-...-as Richard Bly Charles Bo'H'inelli Roberl' Dullon Elclon Gilmore Eugene Hawkins Jerry Horn Leah Hymen John Keables 'M Leonard Kocinslri Grace Mayfield - , ,c , A if VX we s 5 -H -f i'fY f Q?5LZ- ,,'gX'!257't"SfTi1..qgffdiiiisrn-Q , '- i "ik" r irra s .W A ,3 aaii ' K V ,.- 1 'r., ' f 1 f s 1 W 2557. E+' or I " r 5 11943 ' s riaa s i-Q99 W " Q 71555 .g 5,11 V s . r i f " 's izigezzw - le- 1 K V ggi Leonard Price, deparlmenf chairman. enihusiaslically reaches iunior high sludenls. ,,,,,,, QM Whining. Jerry Horn, chairman, spends long hours wiih sludenls Working in Jrhe rnidsl' ol new lechnuques and advance menis, lhe facully of TJ's science deparlmenl slressecl ihe elemenls ol observalion experinnenialion Each successive science course preseniecl a fuller and more delallecl de scriplion of chemislry, physics ancl biology Through sci ence, sludenls were able io probe 'rhe inlricacies ol ihe world ancl ihe wonders ol ils crealion Kennefh Leonard Marland Nelson Price a Alberl- Don Kermll' Rich Schlup Wa n A-45, 'IN J .X Thomas Jefferson oTTered a wide varieTy of Social STudies courses To sTudenTs. One of The major obiecTives of These courses was To acquainT The sTudenTs wiTh The rela- Tionship loeTween pasT civilizaTions and The world oT Today. lnsTilled in each sTudenT was a pride in his American heriTage and a re- specT Tor oTher naTions and Their TradiTions. W I W IA Chris Clemensen 5 Jane ,- Colvin fi -3, .ciiiicci T William Freerlcsen Helen GarreTT Andrew Geiss Russon Hunler Franlr Johnson Gordon Learned Nolan Lewis Andy Geiss, chairman, explains American heriTage To sTudenTs I ' ' , Historians Explore New Roules To Learning Barbara WalTer Earl Richard JaneT l-OPGTB O'Brien Pilre Ramsey Randolph Clifford Jerry Maria Donald George Roclc SmiTh STa'lhopolous Taylor Villano JaneT Randolph, chairman, looks over Colorado l-lisTory Tesfs. l8 JU! ART Marion Bufcher Herman Casagranda Claude Gallegos William Jozwiclr William Woodhursf INDUSTRIAL ARTS Howard Gifford Carl Goodwin Arihur Lori' John Maley Donald Sorensen William Jozwick' Chairman William Woodhursl, chairman mr-.1195 ,L W Via an 1 BUSINESS EDUCATION William Eggleslon Wayne Gnadf Virginia Hoofs Sue Kenney Connie Kindsvalor Rose Prolexfor rraa W' 1 . .,...- f f'f1 "'1 2 My 5 , Ag kr -I iv' Arlhur Lori, chairman Wayne Gnadl, chairman Brushes, Boards, and Bookkeeping Man's abilily Io express himself has been a major confribulion Io Ihe growfh and developmenl' of civilizalion. Arr. lndusrrial Arls, and Business are all ways by which a sludenr may express his feelings. creare for 'rhe fulure. and supporl himself and his communily. Many gradual- ing sludenls depended on 'rhe fine voca- 'rional 'rraining 'rhey received in 'rhese de- parimenis as lheir life's profession. I9 , KenneTh Virginia Richard JusTice Kasdorf Kelly Karen Rose Ja neT Olson Pomeranz Reidy Breaking The Sound . Noraine Teaching The do's and clon'T's of gram- Sagzzges mar was noT The only purpose oT Thomas Belgrade JeTTerson English DeparTmenT This year. IT Chaefff also helped prepare sTuclenTs Tor The TuTure B by insTrucTing special composiTion and Shakespeare courses. In acldiTion. There was an array OT liTeraTure classes-English. Florice American. and conTemporary-where The Dawson sTuclenTs learned To appreciaTe The works oT Pagjlfson greaT liTerary Tigures. Grefchen GunTer Sharon Hannon Janice Hess Lucy Homsfacl Harold OneiTa William Mason Morrell Myers Reynolee Harry Carol Roob Schanlter Speyer Mr. Mason, Senior High English deparTmenT chairman, works wiTh many parfs of English as The Publicafions Sponsor. IT Takes a greaT deal of Time, buf his load as chairman is lighfened by able Mrs. Barnes in The Junior High. . Barrier Tackling anofher man's language was a common Thing aT Thomas Jefferson This year. AfTer a year of hard work The sfudenfs found They nof only could speak some df The language They had sTudied buT also had some knowledge of The cusfoms, geog- raphy and people of The foreign land. Courses were offered in Spanish, French, Greek, LaTin, Russian and German. RoberT Anderson Georgia Becker Mary Geilfuss ASK., FOREIGN LANGUAGE HenrieTTe Gruenler Susan Hill Bryce Jackson Helen Kenisfon Charles Lopez Herman Mofz "'1l..f if Eugene Pierson Consfance Vefesk WiTh his knowledge of French cusfoms and slang, Mr. Pierson, a French Teacher and The Language Deparfmenf Chairman, is able To reprimand his sfudenfs in a confinenfal manner. Jean Anderson Maxine Collins Russell DeTweiler Charles Greenwood KenneTh Hughes Leslie Krob John McLaughlin Karen PeTerson Roberi' Randall James Redic Roger Semin RoberT Shannon Louis Wesiman Charles Zimmerman Who Said Square? The Thomas JeTTerson MaTh DeparTmenTs' main goal This year was To prove To Their sTudenTs ThaT maTh is noT iusT a mysTiTying world oT numbers and symbols, buT a precise meThod oT reasoning. This goal was achieved wiTh The help of many diTTerenT levels oT maTh Trom which The baTTled sTudenT could choose. The mosT popular oT These classes was Al- gebra and GeomeTry. For The more ambiTious and advanced sTudenT. TrigonomeTry, MaTh Analysis and Calculus were oTTered. iTm2'fNWcD law AcTing as deparTmenT chairman, Mr. Krob insTrucTs wlih a sincere inTeresT in his iob. He is assis+ed by Mr Randell il 4 4 ? 2 ff Mr. Golder, PE chairman, ponders a 'ioofball problem. Lei's Get on the Ball Through a siricl schedule of compeiirive aciiviries, rhe Physical Educaiion Deparrmeni lcepi srudenis physically fir besides reaching 'rhem how io parlici- pare wiih ofhers. They recognized 'ihe facr Thai physical as well as menial firness is imporiani, and did Their besi io make The paih 'ro physical 'fiiness fun for all siudenls. The iunior high school siudenrs swam regularly and 'rhe senior high school srudenis had 'rheir choice berween swimming or gym classes. Barbara Coleman Donald Day Cafherine Safer Richard Gelder .nm Dorsey Hill Winifred Ja rref Mary Lifheredge Rex Pefers 'ss Gerald Smiih Myron Willefl gy In her swimming classes Miss Gafer, PE chairman, uses a smile io conquer a small bil' of fear. Basic Fundamentals Are lnslrucied Granl Garlinghouse Aldo Lallo John McGregor Marion Pech Mr. McGregor, Music chairman, leads many voices. He is assisied by Miss Pech as Junior High chairman. y is 4.12 Home Economics deparfmeni chairman, Mrs. King, assisi as well as Teaches her sludenis. The basic fundamenials of cooking, sewing, and music were insirucied in The sevenih and eighih grade. They gave a chance for ihe siudenis To express 'rhemselves creaiiveiy anci vocaily. in senior high ihe siucienis were given as choice in various chorus or orchesirai groups, as well as advanced sewing and cooking courses. In addiiion. a course was offered in inferior decoraiing This year. Carrie Brenning Virginia King Rulh Lambdin Rosella New Alice Quirico Behind the Line Workers Anoiher service organizalion crucial +o Thomas Jefferson High School was ihe sixieen ladies in ihe office. They handled money, sold various special +iclce+s, lcepi records of Jrhe school's abseniees, 'rabulaied 3500 ailenclance records, and aciecl as hoslesses lo all visiiors and new siudenls. They were lhe behind 'lhe line worlcers and irreplaceable in Jrheir help. Fumi Arai BeHy Johnson EveH'a Ma rlin Charlene S+. John Jacqueleen Compfon Rulh Lowe Louise Moomaw Margarel' Sreuhgen Dorofhy Evere'H' Jane McLeran Sue Panel: Kalhryn Williams A1 ,K is 4.4g..:1-.V I MN sn. ..,.r , The office siaff performs lhe clerical dufies of lhe school. Olive Gaul? Anna McRae Evelyn Pollard Shirley Yeller A 'reacher unsfrucfs Every Hard Worker -1119 X-W-E A feachers burden ss shared A 'Teacher inspires . . . .,, 'ww--M A feacher sings ou+ . . . A Teacher needs a righT hand man . .. Deserves Cl Rest A Teacher can smile . . . if all A Teacher's fob is diversified .. . A Teacher . . . inviTes The sTudenT To observe The personaliTy in iTs encounTer wiTh The suloiecT maTTer l-le sTresses The selT's enTanglemenT wiTh ideas. When This orienTaTion is combined wiTh unusual giTTs, we have a charismaTic Teacher, one OT Those ouTsTanding and memorable personaliTies who seem more Than liTe-size. The charismaTic Teacher is marked by power, energy and commiTmenT. -Joseph Adelson STUDENT LIFE Clubs .. Sporfs . Ac'l'ivi+ies Royal+y 'E ' n..a-A 1 Dulw- up 4.14 im 5 '21 :Lf aw:- e olo wiinmaimwwsmmnmeew Clubs Organizaiion and confrol ye+ laughier, People fogeiher sharing ideas joining inferesfs Belonging +o 'l'he world of +l1e young. F L, r X 1 L-f, fr f' - ,,,,,, , V Y 1 E Q r + i L 5 .. 5 WSE Q L Q N W W 1 P F r 1 w E " ' ' 1' ' + Q f 1 -:Q V 1 I New , P 1 7 1 . X F 1 1 I ,,,. Y' 'W' C' Q4 ,Qu I? Egg? .,.. Q , ,..,N ..x.2. , Vw Rfk ei-E1 Rss .QSSWW ww a Respected, Honored, Well-liked: u Leader New fo Thomas Jefferson in his sophomore year, Keifh Elli- son more fhan esfablished himself in school clubs and acfivifies. Affer a year af TJ, his classmafes recognized his inferesf in fhe school by elecfing him as fheir Junior Class Presidenf. Keifh's junior year was oufsfanding in every way. l-le led fhe class fo many vicfories, was presenfed wifh fhe Masonic Award for fhe Oufsfanding Junior Boy, became a member of fhe Journal sfaff, played bofh baslcefball and baseball, and earned a high grade average. Climaxing his career af Thomas Jeffer- son was Keifh's elecfion fo fhe office of Senior High Head Boy. Proving fo be an able and oufsfanding leader, Keifh earned fhe ufmosf respecf of his school and classrnafes. I f f N., Q, , ,. ' "i' A fs f if is T? .rv I s l 1 l r 5' may l i T 4 Wir '1 , QW? K in iff l fs,1.,r..,L ,,,. - l Being elecfed Senior High Head Girl was fhe highlighf of Nancy lvlcShane's years af TJ. The honor, however, only culminafed fhe many fribufes which she had earned in earlier years. As a freshman, Nancy was chosen Junior High Head Girl and also received fhe DAR Award for fhe oufsfanding girl cifizen. In her sophomore and junior years. she was acfive in many clubs and acfivifies such as Newcomer's Club, Pep Club, Junior Escorfs, and year- book sfaff. Wifh her final year came many added awards and acfivifies. A few of fhese were fhe Sr. High DAR Award, Nafional Honor Sociefy, assisfanf edifor of fhe Arisfocraf, Concerf Choir, and Jefferson Ball Queen can- didafe. Nancy McShane was a fruly oufsfanding cifizen, leader, and person. KeiTh Bev G Sen Sen Sen Sen Rokey Sen Dodie KaThy Sen Dick B Jun Jun Jun HeaTh Jun Sop "We are noT puT on earTh To see Through one anoTher. buT To see one anoTher Through." This quoTaTion is signiTicanT oT This year's STudenT Council. whose main obiecTive was To see The involve- menT and enThusiasrn oT more sTudenTs in school acTiviTies. This was broughT abouT in many ways, beginning wiTh Sophomore OrienTaTion and New Teacher Welcome and OrienTaTion. Besides spon- soring The Canned Food Drive and The CiTizenship Assembly, The Council exceeded iTs goal in The UniTed Way Drive by The highesT ToTal ever collecTed aT TJ. Also mainTained This year were The Honor Board, The supporT oT a Korean orphan, and The SanTa Claus Toy Shop. In place of Home- coming TloaTs. The Council originaTed several new caTegories Tor compeTiTion, including a songTesT, hall decoraTions, car decoraTions, dance aTTenclance, and The SpiriT STiclc. The highlighT oT The year was Color Day. The class ThaT received The mosT poinTs Tor The various compeTiTion caTegories was an- nounced The Color Day winner aT The dance. Through The success oT The acTiviTies sponsored by The STudenT Council can be seen enThusiasm and involvemenT ThaT can come only Trom ToTal and uniTiecl parTicipaTion. Involvemen Ellison Head Boy Nancy McShane Head Girl iIberT All-School SecreTary Russ Giles All-School Treasurer Tom WadlingTon ior PresiclenT Sally Wiederspan ior Vice-PresidenT Marcia Meyer ior SecreTa ry Paul Humphrey ior RepresenTaTive ScoTT ior RepresenTaTive Dosh Senior RepresenTaTive Lampe ior RepresenTaTive ayer ior PresidenT Jan Wanner l Junior Vice-PresidenT 1 Anne Berardini Junior SecreTary Alberi' Jewell Junior RepresenTaTive ' John Warner ior RepresenTaTive i Barb Baker ior RepresenTaTive l er STevens ior RepresenTaTive T Buzz Koebel homore PresidenT 1 l ind Enthusiasm Through Participation d "Hey, wait a minute," exclaims Hank Jewell, Junior Class Representative. Jenny Whalen Sophomore Vice-President Margo Mueller Sophomore Secretary Mark Kamlet Sophomore Representative Steve Markham Sophomore Representative Suzy Fullerton Sophomore Representative Pam Richards Sophomore Representative Debbie Mercer Cheerleader Representative John Cravana Foreign Exchange Student Bob Pringle Journal Representative Mr. "Alvarez" Kelly Sponsor 4 1 ' il"f5mh w q!g,,, Q v 9 mx ' X Y , Q x A K s .1 Q .U QQ Sr. High sponsor, Mr. Kelly, explains Color Day procedures to Anne Berardini and Keith Ellison. -s A . All School otticers and Mr. Kelly lead an early morning meeting. 35 it in 'N-. Beginning The year wiTh enThusiasm and originaliTy, The Junior High STudenT Council proved iTselT To be The maior represenTaTive body in The Junior High. lniTiaTing a new sysTem oT officers in which each class had six ex- ecuTive members, The council planned such acTiviTies as Teacher AppreciaTion Day, Halloween and Valenfine Day parTies. The UniTed Way Drive, and mosT of The Jun- ior High assemblies. WiTh Mrs. Colvin as sponsor, The council uniTed The Junior High, making iT independenir oT The Senior High, yeT sTill an acTive parT oT The school. Jr. High Council Communicaies 1 g W Mrs. Colvin, Jr, High STudenT Council Sponsor, gives her ideas on The UniTed Fund Drive. Council members ponder suggesTions given by Mrs. Colvin. Mike Dinner Junior High Head Boy Charla Vaughn Junior High Head Girl Susan Payne Junior High SecreTary Bill Brinl'on NinTh Grade PresidenT Jill Schmidi NinTh Grade PresidenT Bill McLearn NinTh Grade RepresenTaTive Jeff Robinson NinTh Grade RepresenTaTive Suzanne Day NinTh Grade RepresenTaTive Peggy McShane NinTh Grade RepresenTaTive Dave Miller Eighlh Grade PresidenT Jane Walson EighTh Grade PresidenT Harvey Bograd Eigh+h Grade RepresenTaTive Ronnie Weil EighTh Grade RepresenTaTive Ellen Dumm Eighfh Grade RepresenTaTive Margo Rechnilz Eighlh Grade RepresenTaTive Scol'T Krob SevenTh Grade PresidenT Debbie Baker SevenTh Grade PresidenT Dennis Boyd SevenTh Grade RepresenTaTive Mike Guzofslcy SevenTh Grade RepresenTaTive Connie Biella Sevenlrh Grade RepresenTaTive Becky Malm SevenTh Grade RepresenTaTive Representative Assembly ottlcers, ably leading the organization to many accomplishments. are ll to rl: Debbie Bernstein, Student Council Rep Jim Mundell Pres Bonnie Timmons, V. Pres: and Nancy Busch. Sec. Active Assembly Achieves Participation Acting as a vital communication link between the Student Council and the student body. Representative Assembly included the entire student body in more planned activities than ever betore at Thomas Jetterson. Delegates 'From each second hour class communicated tuture events to their classes, and then in turn related the students' ideas and opinions to the Assembly. Homecoming hall decorations, Thanks- giving tood baskets, Western Dress-up Day. and the Snow Carnival Dance were only a tew ot the many activities organized by the Representatives which received tremendous support by the student body. With the help ot its dynamic otticers and energetic members, Representative Assembly proved itselt to be a necessary part ot TJ's student government. ,112 iff, i ,, as A ' Roger Maul discusses band prices for flue Snow Carnival Dance wiflm Assembly sponsor, Mr. Kelly. . V K midi!!! President Jim Mundell, answers quesfions asked by allenlive represenlafives aboul' llne needy family proiecl. Thoughfs of a computer dance bring smiles and llwouglwfful expressions To +l'1e laces of represeniafives. 39 Ss Juniors, Jan Lalcham ancl Marli Burns, rock our fo "Ooh, Ah." Those girls," shrielcs "Coach" Belz, Pep Club Sponsor. Spartan Spirit Pep Club officers, Cindy Harraway, V. Pres.: Kay Boardman, Pres.: Carre Lincleman, Jr. Rep.: Marilyn Flory, Sr. Rep.: Sue OviaH', Rec. Sec.: l-ladi Marshall, Corr. Sec.: Nancy Payfon, Treas.: Kafhy Lampe, D. Cap: Nor piclured, Pal Wenger, Sgr.- al-Arms. il .ANL is WiTh cowboy haTs and corsages, The SparTan SpiriTs discuss preparaTions To march in The half-Time demonsTraTion aT The Homecoming game ntoxicate School WiTh The winning combinaTion of newly designed uniforms and The largesT pep club in Denver, The SparTan SpiriTs began The year wiTh enThusiasnn and confidence. This aTTiTude was displayed clearly noT only aT all aThleTic evenTs, buT also in The various acTiviTies held ThroughouT The year. The TirsT of These was Way OUT WesT, The half-Time demonsTraTion aT The Homecoming game. OTher acTiviTies included The Pep Club-FaculTy Tea and The lvloTher-DaughTer Fashion Show and Tea. TypiTying Their name, The SparTan SpiriTs insTilled pep in The specTaTors as well as The aThleTic parTicipanTs, and loroughT The spiriT of The school To a new all-Time high. squzshi Melinda MiTchell aids The main oTTice by operaTing The swiTchboarcl. Amusing aspecTs OT Nrherlies AlThough The main purpose OT ATherTies is To assisT in adminisTra- Tion oTTices, several oTher acTivi- Ties were organized This year. They conTinued The Fashion Board. ushered aT various school acTivi- Ties, clecoraTed The bulleTin boards aT ChrisTmas, pecldled concessions aT baseball games, and senT care packages To soldiers in VieT Nam. Through eager and conscienTious parTicipaTion. The girls in f'NTher- Ties noT only conTribuTed To The school, buT also Tound enioymenT in working TogeTher To serve oThers. "A" Cluk as N PuTTing +oge+her The consTiTuTion, ATherTie officers are ll To rl Cindy Callaghan, Trees.: l-Iadi Marshall, Pres.: Shirley TempleTon, V. Pres.: Miss Reidy, sponsor, and Marlys Fengler, Sec, 42 . . . oTTen Turn inTo ThoughTTul problems, .. ,. uv h ,,V J ' V .. 1 -? , ..1 . K, V i ' gi. 41 " as f' gh 13 vi. 'Vie v 'Q Q. ,H xi' Presideni' CelesTe Colburn answers quesTions concerning duTies on Back-To-School NighT. ssist Activities VW 3 Amici Sorores officers are: Vicki SmiTh, V. Pres.: Jill Miller, Sec.: CelesTe Colburn, Pres.: and Ann Howland, Treas. 1 Sponsor, Miss LamberT and Treasurer. Ann Howland discuss The balancing of The club books. Ushering aT Jr. High Back-To-School NighT, assisTing Teachers, and plan- ning The Jr. High EasTer and Thanks- giving assemblies, were only a Tew OT The many acTiviTies oT The Tresh- man girls' service club. Arnici Sorores. Under The able guidance of sponsor, Miss LamberT. The sevenTy blue-uni- Torm clad girls ably achieved Their goal oT serving The school. The club, open To Treshman girls wiTh a 2.5 grade average, and a good ciTizen- ship record, served The Jr. High as an inTegral parT oT iTs service. ...f Becky Gilbert PubliciTy Chm., and Mr. Villano, sponsor, ponder pickle sale plans Tor The SanTa Claus Shop. ii. Lf. L W. Chuck Burdick, Treas., and Mr. Villano, sponsor, sTudy The Red Cross Tinancial siTuaTion. Members give careful consideraTion To Eros' Arrow King nominees Red Cross Reache SuccessTully planning and carrying ouT The biggesT dance oT The year, Eros' Arrow, was only one oT The many acTivi- Ties oT The Sr. l-ligh Red Cross. The devoTed members also visiTed a nursing home every monTh, Tilled ChrisTmas sTock- ings, collecTed Tood Tor The needy, and gave a parTy Tor orphans. Probably Their biggesT achievemenT was The SanTa Claus Shop, which was The biggesT drive ever yeT To be held aT Thomas JeTTerson. Members sold pickles, candy canes, and baked goods Tor money To buy Toys and worked hard collecT- ing old Toys Tor The shop. Having The largesT membership in iTs hisTory, The Sr. l-ligh Red Cross ably served The school while remaining a Tun-loving and acTive group. YR, Sr. High Red Cross oTFicers lisTen To suggesTions Tor The Unifed Fund Drive. They are: Teri Campbell, V.-Pres.: Cheri lsberg, Sec.: Marilyn Floyd, Pres.: and Chuck Burdick, Treas. 44 Working independenfly of The Sr. High club, Jr. High Red Cross was able To serve The sTudenT body and communiTy on Their own. The members helped insfill a unified and inclependenf feeling in The Junior High as They successfully helped carry ouT The Sanfa Claus Shop, Unifed Fund Drive, and Goodwill Drive. Also They visifed nursing homes, made Chrisfmas baskefs for soldiers in VieT Nam, and worked aT The Red Cross ChapTer House. WiTh The help of Their new sponsor. Mr. Darr, They were well able To funcfion as an acTive organizafion in working Towards Their main achievemenf, serving T... , 1 ofhers. 5 but To Others Jr. High officers approve plans for The nursing home visiT. They are: Kafhy Brewer, Pres.: and Suzanne Day, Sec. Treasurer, BeTTy Mounfain is noT picfured. T Jr. High Red Cross members enioy a privafe joke aT regular Wednesday morning meefing. "You've goT To be kidding!" Leading 'iheir club in communiiy assisiance, Tri-Hi-Y oiiicers are: il 'io ri: Nancy Henderson, Rec. Sec.g Barb Day, Pres.g Sue Wegenasi, Treas.: Terrie iviaesias, Corr. Sec.: Sally Engsirom. V. Pres.: Kay Boardman, Sgi.-ai-Arms: and Shirley Templeion, Chaplain. Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y members enioy fellowship io-geiher ai The Schlessman "Y" 46 l Lisiening inienily, Becky Spangler considers ihe Thanks- giving Assembly format Chrisha High siandards of Chrisiian characier were creaied and mainiained by members of Tri- l-li-Y. Afiilia+ed wiih ihe YMCA, ihe club mei' every oiher Tuesday nighi' ai ihe Schlessman The ambiiious members served The school and communilry ihrough iheir pariicipaiion in 'rhe Youih in Governmeni program, and Their preseniaiion of 'rhe Thanksgiving assembly. Their coniribuiions io ihe Sania Claus Toy Shop, and iheir aiiendance ai l-li-Y-Tri-l'li-Y "Go-io-church Sundays" exemplified The club's desire io beiier undersiand Chrisiian beliefs. Presidenf, Ron Carda, checks for shoulder sizes! Displaying animalislic Tendencies, Hi-Y officers are ll 'lo rl Jim Mundell, Trees., Chris Johnsfon Chap.: Bill Riley, V. Pres.: Ron Carda, Pres.: Craig Larson, Sec.: Mark Booren and Kem' Mills l ubs Sgr.-ai'-Arms: Mr, Robe-rl' Anderson. sponsor. Living up To Jrheir moHo, "lo creale, mainlain, and exlend lhroughoul +he home. school. and communily high siandards of Chrislien characlerf' members of l-li-Y, benevolenlly served lhe communily. Wilh Jrhe fervenl encouragemenl' of sponsor, Mr. Roberi Anderson, 'rhe 46 members were aclive parlicipalors in Youlh in Govern- menr, presenred Jrhe Thanksgiving assembly, and coordinaled Jrhe Denver Sanlra Claus Shop. Meeling al' 'rhe Schlessman "Y" every week, Jrhe boys learned Jrhe imporlance of bofh Chrisrian service and Chrislian fellowship. Members pass our newly purchased Hi-Y T-shirls. l-li-Y members discuss 'rheir role in Youlh in Governmenl. y 47 RecenTly honored leTTermen lisTen aTTenTively during The Tall leTTermen's assembly. gag: "D"-Club oTTicers demonsTraTe Their aThleTic abiliTy. They are ll John STearns, V. Pres.: Robbie Schumacher, Pres.: Paul Humphrey, Sec. ldenTiTied by Their leTTer iacl4eTs. TJ leTTermen dis- played boTh a+hIe+ic abiliTy and leadership. Made up oT boys who leTTered in a varsiTy sporT, The club pro- iecTed iTs high sTandards Through iTs acTiviTies, which included operaTing a concession sTand aT all home bas- lceTball games and working on aT leasT one designaTed service proiecT each monTh. WiTh guidance Trom lvlr. Richard "Alvarez" Kelly, TJ leTTermen conTinued To receive boTh respecT and admiraTion Trom The sTudenT body. , ,xy Coach Day inTroduces The TooTball leTTerman during T coming rally. "Males" Letter To rl : f P55 . . V, he Home "Who says we can'T?" inTerrupTs Robbie Shumacher, President Key Club Unlocks Door to Service sa- 1 C QW ra- . ' as au a fd?-g,' I If V l 1 V I l li, mv' v, , HN' T l, X" 9 -1-'R Ffff' 1 ,, I .P 2 .ig 'Q :uf 4 I K is-7 FM A 5 ' X . l p:Q.x?ayCS: B Q f -' f' if 'A l 32'-al Be-- ff f f f I, f --i' y 5 'v 4 . f A ,A E '44 - 1 ' 'Qi L... . . QQ... vs 9,-71 'r"'."'o" Q 1 ll We ,. as i a Q T? he T A Key clubbers climb fo new heighfs. x Phologenic officers dramarically pose for camera. They areg ll +o rl Paul Humphrey, Sgf.-af-Arms: Randy Wafson, Pres.: Tom Barnharf, Treas.: Doug Miller, V. Pres.: and Jerome Porfer, Sec. Keyed up members unwind al' a Monday meeling. Working under The nalional morfo, "Underslanding fhrough involvemenJr", TJ Key Club was an aggressive serv- ice group involved in all aspecls of school life. Seen every Monday in Jrheir bronze V-neclced swealers, The members performed such duries as collecling for fhe Unifed Fund Drive, Chrisfmas Caroling. and ushering ar Back-fo-School Nighl. Beginning a new lradifion, fhe boys planned a dance "The Grealesl' Dance on Earfh" which, because of greal suc- cess, will now become an annual affair. The Kiwanis-spon- sored chapfer lived up +o fheir esfrablished repulafion of being a selecfed body of school leaders. Key Club Sponsor, Mr, McLaughlin, and Kiwanis Club Represenlafive, Mr. Walson, lislen lo club acfivilies. 49 Tadpole members ai' ihe TJ poolside before swimming iheir weekly laps. Officers are: Jackie Frank. Pres.: Nancy Enewold, V.-Pres Debbie Pracko. Sec. Tadpoles Swim and Stay Fit l N5 n i T llii J Smiling Tadpole members prepare io fake 'rhe plunge. 50 Wei' hair didn'i' dampen 'rhe spirif of ihe Tad- poles, Junior High girls swim club. Thiriy-rhree girls pariicipared in Jrhe acjriviiies planned every Thursday morning during fiirh hour. Mrs. Coleman, sponsor, encouraged 'rhe girls 'ro swim Jrhe required one- fourih mile each week in addiiion 'ro pariicipaiing and perfeciing 'rheir srrolces. Pariicipaiing in ihe Spring Warer Show and planning Jrhe annual end-019 The-year pariy were Jrhe highlighis of Jrhe Tadpoles' year. Tadpole members rake a shori' resi' period beiween laps. .p Gail Headsfrom, Treas.: an Swimming Aqualinasz Aquatic Ballerinus "Race you fo ihe wafer" was a common call heard ai Jrhe firsi of every weelcly Aqualina meeling. Sponsored by Miss Dorsey Hill, Jrhe club members worlced diligenily 'foward liurlhering iheir common inieresi. waier ballei. A Jrypical meeiing consisied of a shori' business meeiing, a warm-up period of swimming laps. in- dividual worlc on Jrechniques, and ihen a free-'lor-all play period. Climaxing 'rheir year of synchronized swimming, 'rhe group pre- senied a Spring Waier Show for 1-he whole school. SiHing on ihe diving board before a meeiing, Aqualina officers are: Barb Bow- man, Sec.: Ann Richmond. V.-Pres.: and Palsy Porier. Pres. Diane Miller displays 'rhe ballei' leg, a slcill which requires much pre- cision and praciice. Before beginning praciice on 'rheir wafer show. Aqualina members pose ai' 'rhe poolside wiih Miss Hill, sponsor. i 5l if xi S. mm,m.aA. ,11 , 1 Time . ., , ::Q , i1 741.1 h1 g 1 ii' ' 's "Geronimol" yells Craig Behrenl, Ski Club President S, Rick Redecker, Treas.. changes lhe Ski Club bullelin board, as Chris Beh- "This spring skiing is for 'lhe birds!" exclaims Jim Phyllis. renl, Sec., and Teri Campbell, Assl. Bus. Mgr., 'lake money for lhe upcoming 'l'rip. Schussing and Silzmarking, Skiers Slip Down Slope 4 l f E i mr-gs 5.5 34 ,C S nlinublgi "Aw, c'mon. clon'l' we look eigh'reen?" say 'lhe Ski Club sponsors. They are: ll. 'lo r.l Mr. Boliinelli, Mr. Culling, Mr. Sorenson, Mr. Dullon, and Mr. Epslein. "Where did 'rhey go?" wonders Chris Behrenl, Ski Club Secrefary. Loveland, Arapahoe Basin, Vail, Winler Park, and Sleamboal Springs were a few ol: The ski areas where TJ skiers spenl Jrheir week- ends Jrhis year. Through ihe Ski Club, skiing sludenls were given lhe opporrunily To 'rake ski les- sons, spend a Salurday or Sunday on The slopes, and enioy a lun- filled weekend a+ Sleamboal Springs. For lhe more adepl skiers, The club sponsored a racing Jream which wenl up every Sunday for coaching and praclricing. By lar Jrhe largesl club al' TJ, and one ol lhe mosl' aclive, The Ski Club provided sunburns, aching bones, and good limes for all of lhe TJ skiers. an f . ff. .1 ,,, xr, pgiwrg I - ..,..v,, . Ls-H in X ' ', Q..-e..:li TQ X 1' Does your deodoranl' quii' in a crowd? g3 'hkig' A :ii rf N Q' le .s ' iii i Vlifarming houses provide "wine, women, and song" lo weary ski en f usiasls. . I, i i Picking up poinfers from 'lhe Preschool Ski School, Ski Club off' ll. f . Cl k C d ll V P - Chris Behrenf, Sec.: and Rick Redecker, Trees. Bill Wa1son,llTLTgSh1TgT.,is nolaslioiwn. ar ran al i res.. '44 i l i 1 ' fl X. X. Knowing +he basic parfs and funcrions of a rifle is an imporfanr aspecl of a cade+'s fraining. Displaying oulslanding mililary form, TJ's cadels line up for inspeclion. ROTC Goal - "T Learning alooul rifle marlcsmanship, lirsl aid, leadership, map reading, and milirary drilling lechniques, boys enrolled in ROTC had every opporlunily 'lo aid Them in becoming capable and compelenl cilizens, one of lhe main goals of ROTC. The cadels, also, played an imporlanl role in school aclivilies as 'rhey performed such dulies as: posling rhe colors aligames and assemblies, ushering ai school plays, and acling as guides al Backdo- School Nighr. Under Jrhe guidance ol Colonel lvlincer, 'rhe cadels represenled TJ well in cily and slaie drill compelilions, infer-school shooling marches, and The Ve'reran's Day Parade. "Hmmm, whal siralegy should we use nex+?" wonders Lf. Colonel Greg Clark, Bal- lalion Commander. as lvlaior Kim Nalale and Capiain Sieve Yackey look on. ix Jo. iT's noT a leg conTesT, iT's The Honorary CadeTs. They are: ll. To r.l Gayle WhiTalcer, BeTsy PenningTon, Lou Hays. Densel Aber, KaThy Dennison, Georgia lirlc, Carol Buchanan, Barb Day, Marcia Meyer, Peggy Kanies, Sally Weiderspan. Carla Pearson. and Claire Mason. earn To Lead" HosTing miliTary social TuncTions, parTicipaT- ing in ciTy drill compeTiTions, assisTing in The miliTary oTTice, and Torming an all-girl color guard were only a Tew of The many acTiviTies and duTies perTormed loy The Honorary CadeTs. Carefully selecTed by The TaculTy and senior cadeTs, The girls were chosen on Their grade average, poise, leadership qualiTies and overall ciTizenship record. Able and aTTracTive, The Honorary CadeTs graced The miliTary deparT- menT wifrh enThusiasm and eTTiciency. Georgia Kirk, LT. Colonel, and Barb Day, CapTain, make arrangemenTs for The upcoming miliTary inspedion. 7.v77 I K "Bang, bang, you shoT me down "To defend raTher Than aTTack." says Marion Warwick. SQl.-Gi-AFmS,' as he vig. orously Takes on an opponenT. Don Peferson, Pres.. and Bob Bixler hold a board while member Tries The diTficulT sTunT of breaking iT. Karate Clubbers Charge 'n Chop "In The arT of self-defense we are The besT" is The English TranslaTion Tor Tae Kwon Do. The name of TJ's newly formed KaraTe Club. lnsTrucTed by a sixTh level black belT Korean, The karaTe sTudenTs meT once a week for demonsTraTions, insTrucTion, and pracTice. A Typical meeTing consisTed OT warm-up exercises, a review oT The basic forms, individual work and maTches beTween members. The highlighT OT The year came when The club senT a Tive-mem- ber Team To The Colorado KaraTe MeeT. Sponsored by Mr. Bower, The KaraTe Club broughT To TJ sTuclenTs The opporTuniTy To learn and pracTice a skilled and rare sporT. "lT's a snap!" Spanish Club members lislen affenfively fo TJ sludenf, Carl Ernsf, as he relafes his experiences as a foreign exchange sfudeni' in Chile. "Buenos Dias" was a common greefing used by fhe Span- ish-speaking members of TJ's Club Espanol. Acfive and en- fhusiasfic, club members parficipafed in fhe well-rounded program organized by Mrs. Vefesk, sponsor, and fhe Spanish Club officers. Spanish speakers, films, discussions, and din- ners were greaf fun as well as being educafional and enrich- ing. ln furfhering fheir knowledge of fhe Spanish language, members also succeeded in increasing fheir undersfanding of fhe Spanish-speaking counfries around fhe world. An Exchange of Spanish Language and Culture Displaying fheir abilify in speaking Spanish, Club officers discuss up- coming Spanish Dinner. They are il. fo r.l Cindy MacLeish, 2nd V.- Pres.: Sue Oviaff, Isl' V.-Pres.: Nancy Henderson. Pres.: Marianne Zmuda, Treas.: and Paffy Dresler, Sec. "How do you say I don'f undersfand in Spanish?" wonder club members. 57 Around fhe room wifh IRC. "Each Man Is My Brother" Joining hands wifh people across fhe seas, lnfernafional Relafions Club discussed foreign counfries. cusfoms and people wifh many guesf speakers, field frips, and lecfures. Visifing fhe lnfernafional Day af fhe Colorado School of Mines, IRC members learned firsf hand abouf fhe many peoples around fhe world. Sfriving for a genuine undersfanding of clifferenf sociefies and ideas, 'rhe lnfernafional Rela- fions Club, under fhe able guidance of Mr. O'Brien, successfully com- plefed a year of "foreign" experiences. With smiles showing 'rheir qualifies of brofherhood, IRC officers are, Il. fo r.l Val Fisher, Pres.: Lynn Whifeman, Prgm. Chrm.7 Donna McDonald, Sec.: and Marfy Web- ber, V.-Pres. 58 IRC officer Donna McDonald discusses plans exchange sfudenf, John Cravena. presenfed by foreign ' .z " 'i , si ' an 1 ! ia gi! ll ' .5-hs? ' Q-ni' S+uden+s new 'ro TJ 'rhis year were guided 'rhrough 'rhe maze of halls and Jrhe crowd of unfamiliar faces by members of The Newcomers Club. This fall orieniafion included a Jrour of 'rhe school. and a lunch, borh helping lo cul+iva+e friendship among Jrhe old and new s+uden+s. The primary proieci of The club was 'rhe sale of Valo- grams, Telegrams delivered or sung by Jrhe members on Valenlines' Day, wilh messages we appropriale for The day. Because of ihe 794 ,221 club. newcomers io TJ soon fell a+ home lu and al ease in lheir new school. :El Oldfimers Greet Newcomers Newcomer's officers are ll. io r.l Cindy Callaghan, Pres.: Barbara Escort Program Ch.: Karen Vayhinger, V. Pres.: and Nancy Paylon. Sec.-Treas. 1,4-f Presidenf, Cindy Callaghan. discusses 'rhe upcoming sale of Valo- grams. Nancy Paylon. Sec.-Treas.. fakes careful noles during an imporfanf fall orienfalion meefing. 59 Represenfafive Basfien poinfs oul' basic parfy differences af a combined TARS and Young Dems meefing. Providing an opporfunify for polifi- cal expression, fhe Teen-Age Republi- cans complefed an acfive year wifh speakers, field frips, and pof-luclc sup- pers. Also busy collecfing money for fhe Republican Parfy, fhe TARS played an acfive parl' in communify polifics. Affending fhe summer and winfer sfafe convenfions, fhe club provided able help af 'rhe Sfafe Governors' Confer- ence where members mef many prom- inenf Republican figures. A Sfirring of Republican Involvement Shown holding 'l'he parly mascof, TARS officers are: ll. lo r.l Debbie Welch, Pres.: Ellis McFadden, Treas.g Lowell Mifchem, Sec.: and Susie Schaff, V.-Pres. 60 Represenfafive Donald Friedman discusses Republican Parfy procedures af a TARS meefing. Dems Do It Democrafically Young Dem officers. are ll. fo r.l Ellen Meyers. V. Pres.: Michelle Bograd, Sec.-Treas.: Mark Archer, Sgf.-al-Arms: Debbie Mercer. Parliamenlarian, and Laura Callier, Pres. Mr. Villano, Young Dem Sponsor. Mrs. Morrell, TARS Sponsor. and Colorado Represenfalive Friedman enioy refreshmenls al a combined TARS and DEMS meefing. Any sfudenl inleresled in rhe Dem- ocralic Parly, was eligible 'ro ioin TJ's Young Dems Club. A+ The club meel- ings, a prospeclive Democral was able lo learn more aboul The parlry, whal il slood for. and how he could help Hs progress. The club also had several guesl speakers lhroughoul The year who helped 'ro lurlher Jrhe mem- bers' underslanding of lhe dulies and funclions of lhe parfy. Eagerly awail- ing 'lhe presidenlial elecfion of l968. lhe Young Dems were already cam- paigning for Their candidales by dis- Jrribuling Democralic liieralure in lhe -v communily. Bayer, TARS member, ponders fhe problems in The upcoming eleclions. 6l Pre-Med's Learn With "Len" . , , .z , - , .LZ ,, 3 .F M' BQ TYLW 'I A W Zz , . Pre-Med oTTicers look over The laTesT Medical Journal. They are: ll. To r., Debbie Callaghan. Corr. Sec Cindy Callaghan, Sec.: Debbie Boyd, Treas.: Tony STone. Pres.: CaThy CarpenTer, V. Pres.: and Mr. "l.en,' Sponsor. Tr " ' . ig rig' . we 5 iii.. 324 W is W K 'if STudenTs inTeresTed in a TuTure care' in medicine were given The opporTuni' To TurTher This inTeresT Through Pre-Me Club. Sponsored by Mr. "Len," who wi a well-loved Triend as well as advisor, all members sTudied all aspecTs oT medicir Through physiology, zoology. and chemi Try. C5uesT speakers and Tield Trips adde much To The rneeTings as well as individu research reporTs given by The Pre-Me sTudenTs. T. y is f ,M 'QE I Colorado General l-lospiTal. Pre-Med members lisTen aTTenTively . . . 62 To Mr. "Len" and Tony STone as They explain abouT The upcoming Tield Trip 5 . FuTure Teachers oTTen enjoyed movies and speakers aT Their meeTings. Future Teachers - AssisTanT Dean, Miss Fischer. coordinaTes FTA's acTiviTies as sponsor Knowledge for Tomorrow Wi+h learning as iTs common inTeresT and goal, The James T. Reiva FuTure Teachers oT America Club was successTul in iTs endeavors. MeeTings were held Twice a monTh, oTTen wiTh speakers. Tilms, and pracTical experience, which was obTained Through The TuToring services offered by The TuTure Teach- ers. Money was raised Through The sale OT Cryslal cuTs. Because oT The dedicaTion oT club members, and sponsor Miss Fischer, The FuTure Teachers of America learned more abouT The diversiTied pro- Tession oT Teaching. Also The able and enThusiasTic oTTicers aided greaTly in The success oT FTA's many and varied acTiviTies. They were: Sue OviaTT, Pres.: Sue Shirlc. V-Pres.: Teri MaesTas, Sec.: JaneT Kasislca, Tre-as.: and Laura Wise, l-lisT. 63 DECA officers are ll. To r.l STephanie Newman, V. Pres.: Bruce Baker, Pres.: Joe Harringlon, Publ. Dir.: Miss KindsvaTer, Spon- sor: Vilclci BiTTle, Sec.: and Donna Tourney, Treas. .,,,. i ,..r fiifii Don Crain, leff. and Debbie Cook, TirsT place winners aT The DisTricT ConvenTion, Tind ThaT iT pays To lisTen in class. ' ATTenTive lisfeners respond sponTaneously To discussion period. DECA Deals 4 l lvieelring every day as a class, DisTribuTive Educa Tion members were given opporTuniTy' To learx abouT marlceTing TundamenTals and basic meil chandising. Besides being TaughT abouT selling Bm buying by sponsor and Teacher, Miss KindsvaTel' DECA members received on-The-iob Training in ious sTores Throughoui' The communiTy. Sending resenTaTives To The Denver DisTricT ConvenTion year's DisTribuTive Educairion Club placed cepTionally high, wiTh' Three members Taking place in The annual compeTiTion. SuccessTully Tilling Their goal, "To build TuTure leaders in va rep Th e: Tire Tul Thi Tield oT markeTing and disTribuTion." This year' DECA members obTained a deep undersTanding oy The Tree enTerprise sysTem. A ,,1,1,, ffA-- E E T , c ,An Members of The Freshman Service Club pose for The phoTographer before Their weelcly Friday meeTing. Wearing Their new royal blue blazers every Friday, Freshman Boys' Service Club members proved Themselves To be a greaT asseT To The school. Having To meeT cerTain membership require- menTs, The selecTed group of ninTh grade boys were respecTed as They per- formed such services as selling reTresh- menTs aT Sr. l-ligh Dances. worlcing on The All-School Show, and many oTher useful proiecTs ThroughouT The school. Under The able guidance OT Mr. l-lur- ley. The group was one OT The mosT ac- Tive and loolced-up-To clubs in The Jun- ior l-ligh. Freshman Boy's Service Club lndusTrious club officers sTand wiTh sponsor. Mr. Hurley, aiTer planning The agenda for The coming meeTing. They are: fl. To r., Mike ErnsT, Trees.: Paul Schlieker, Pres.: Mr. Hurley, Sponsor: Dave Boyd, V.-Pres.: and Doug Lennig, Sec. 65 iff" "" At, Hummin' and sfrummin' Folk Song Club officers are: ll. fo r.l Julie Schwengels, Sec.: Sfeve Miller, Pres.: Karen Fridell, Treas.: and Carol Burghardf. V. Pres. Singing, lisfening, learning. and playing, Folk Song Club members worlced fogefher 'ro furfher fheir inferesf in folk music. Wifh fheir sponsor, Miss Geilfuss, folk song club- bers held hoofenannies, sing-alongs, guifar workshops, a Spring picnic. and a Chrisf- mas caroling parfy, The club also held sev- eral meefings af which guesf singers per- formed and fallced wifh fhe members abouf folk music. Meefing af Calvary Church ev- ery firsf and fhird Tuesday, members did much foward increasing 'rheir knowledge of follc music. "And I'II Sl inn W' 'X H -, L -.., , V , Wrifing words fo a song is somefimes more difficulf fhan if seems. Sfevie Black, who sings wifh a renowned Denver band, per- forms for club members af a meefing. 66 . -my , I Jr. High Folic Song Club members lisien . . . ,, u A Song Learning lo play lhe guiiar, sing. and perform in froni of oihers were some of lhe main goals of 'rhe members of Jr. High Folk Song Club. Among 'rheir many aciiviiies were lislening io guesi performers, learning guiiar iechniques Through group Jrraining. and ailending con- ceris fhroughoul' Jrhe Denver area. Under 'rhe able supervision of Mr. Gallegos, lhe club succeeded in furihering lheir knowledge of folk music, as well as increasing 'rheir own guilar and voice abilily. . . . fo Liz McCarlhy as she performs an original song we .ss NZ A Jr. High Folk Song Club officers are: U. +o r.l Laurie Greenfield, Pres.: Judy Leisenring V Pres Mr Gal ii se . M exif eeleiiiiifii Wea P 'W' -alexa, -if 'LS 5 41 if 3 5 "lf f FW? EV P i i? H35 1 ' f, , wir , . .1.:5' .'ggg 1: 1' .y Xgl. i' , ' 'F 1 ,yy xi., ,ry , " s . f T E B " , M. " 7 if .. A "k T . P 'hk . . i -I g 2? S , 2 . . CONCERT BAND MEMBERS are: Barrows, R., Bauman, J., Bernsiein, D., Bernsiein.. J., Bograd, M., Boyd, D., Brelsford, D.. Callaghan, C., Carlson, J Chandler, D., Combs, M., Copland, S., Cory, C., Coulier, D., DeWiH, G., Dronenburg. J., Evans, l-l., Fishman, L.. Fishman, M., Friedman, A., Goddard, R.. Golub, M., Hadad, M., Haraway, C., Horner, D., I-luichinson, D., Inman, R., Johnsion, S., Kamlef. L., Keeler, F., Kunse, R., Lamer, J., Lenicheclc, D., Leni check. R., Loman, G., Loman, R., Loni, D., Lyons, G., McDermoH, K., Mclniyre, G., McReynolds, K., MacLeish, C., Miller, K., Mi+chell, R., Mongrain, R Mundell, J., O'DeIl, D., Ozman, D., Parsons, R., Parsons, W., Payne, R., Peck. S., Peierson. R., Pollack, G., Rogers, S., Schrader, D., Seiler, C., Seiler, C., Shedd. S., Shoemaker, J., Spurlin, R., Sione, A., Todd, K., Turner, B., Turner, D., Vagfs, J.. Webb, J., Wegenasi, S., Woodward, M., Wrighi, T. Boosiing school spirii ai rallies and games, Jrhe Conceri Bancl was an iniegral pari of ihe school. Exchange conceris. assemblies, and The annual win- Ter and spring conceris were only a 'Few of ihe many performances malcing up ihe busy schedule I of lhe band. Learning and developing new musical i abiliiies and iechniques under ihe able direciion of Mr. Lallo, Conceri Band members worked 'ro- gelher in playing and appreciaiing fine music. lug l l ikxx g Bob Lenicheck praciices a difliculi' passage. Traveling incogniio, Bob Inman keeps up wiih ihe lime. 68 And the Beat Goes Cn Mr. Lallo ponders The upcoming concerT, while cello player, Jamie Winn, looks on. Chosen by aucliTion from The Conce-rT Band, mem bers of Show Band were able To perform many cliT- TiculT numbers. They played wiTh The ConcerT Band in The spring and winTer concerTs along wiTh giving numerous performances on Their own ThroughouT The communiTy. WiTh versaTiliTy as Their goal, The TalenT- ecl musicians in Show Band played everyThing Trom The classical composiTions To The iazz and modern Themes oT Today. SHOW BAND MEMBERS are: Chandler, D., DeWiTT, G., Horner, D., Inman, R., Keeler, F., Lenicheck, R., Leone, J., Lonf, D., Parsons, R., Parsons, W., Payne, R., PeTTerson, B., STone. A., Turner, B., Turner, D., VagTs, J., Webb, J. 69 CONCERT ORCHESTRA MEMBERS are: Alcridge, B., Arclc, E., CarpenTer, R., Chrislensen, G., Coyle, C., Day, B., English, S., GranT, C., GunTher, J., HoclrsTad N., lsberg, C., Jamison, K., Johnson, P., Leone, J., Lines. C., Lucore, A., Morgan, R., Page, G., PraTl', J., PeTTerson, B., Ribbing. L., Rouse, R., Sayre, E. Schwengels, J., Sherman, D., STouT, C., Tunison, D., VesTman, J., Wasson, B., Wafson, S., Winn, J., Zmuda, M., Bauman, J.. BernsTein, D., BernsTein, J., Chandler D., Combs, M., DeWiTT, G., Fishman, L., Fishman, F., Fiedman, A., Golub, M., Haraway, C., Inman, R., Lenicheclc, D., Lenicheckf R., Novosad, S., Seiler. C., Seiler, C.. STone, A., WegenasT, S. Music Grou Performing The diTTiculT "William Tell OverTure" aT Their spring concerT was The climax OT an ex- ciTing year Tor The ConcerT OrchesTra. lvieeTing every day, The orchesTra spenT many hours pracTic- ing and developing Tone qualiTy and Technique. Under The able conducTing oT Mr. Lallo members of The orchesTra received boTh individual and group insTrucTion. Playing Tor oTher schools, along wiTh Their TJ audience, orchesTra members obTained experience and adapTaTion in The arT oT per- Torming. il Band drummers concenTraTe on geTTing The rigl1T beaT. 70 NINTH GRADE CHORUS MEMBERS are: Aibi, L., Alcorn. J., Anderson, J., Aubuchon, M., Hardy, P., Bandsma, P., Bauer, N., BenneTT, L., Berge, B., Bonner, D., Brewer, D., Brzezicki, T., BurTon, R., Chandler, S., Colburn, C., Colenbrander, M., Decker, M., Desselle, D., Dodd, J.. Dodd, W., Elzi, K., FiTzhugh, E., Frledell, S Graham S Groves T, GuenTler, J., Henkell, K., Hise, L., Jackson, K., Jacobs, P., King, D., Larson, C., McElvain, T., McPherson, N., Mackey, J., Blair. R. S Mlann L 'MasTen, S., IMounTain, B., Paddack, J., Payne, T., Pique, M., RushTon. M., SchmidT, J., Shepard, A., Shouer, W., Skoglund, M. SrniTh, K., STephens, ., STewalrT, Tripp, L., Vaiis, K., Vaughan, S., VeaTch, M., Vidal, D., Vierheller, B., Warren, M., Webb, N., WesT, N.. York, M., Crisiopher, C., McCleod, D., Logan S., Bloom, P., Inman, B., DeTibaugh, J., Clark, B., Dinner, M., Frazin, D., Wedum,J., ShorT, C., Greenfield, L., Newlin, L., Leisenring, N. clin Experience Singing Their way Through Their lasT year OT Junior High, NinTh Grade Chorus members leTT behind Them pleasanT memories oT musical as- semblies and oT caroling merrily Through The halls during The holiday season. lnTeresTed Treshmen, Through NinTh Grade Chorus, gained experience in vocal perTormances in TronT OT an audience and learned many new TaceTs abouT The world oT music. Besides Their annual ChrisTmas and Thanksgiving assemblies, The choir also presenTed Tall and spring concerTs Tor The enioymenT oT boTh Tamilies and sTudenTs. Mr. Lallo Tunes up Nancy HocksTad's cello Tor a daily rehearsal. 7I Concerf Choir Vocalizes T l SelecTed by audiTion on The basis oT Tone qualiTy, l musical range, and percepTion, members oT The l ConcerT Choir succeeded in making iT one oT The E E Top vocal groups in The ciTy. The group perTormed ..4., in many concerTs ThroughouT The year, gaining in ' musical abiliTy and experience wiTh each perform- ance. From The ConcerT Choir This year, a small group oT singers were chosen To represenT TJ in various concerTs ThroughouT The communiTy. This group, called "McGregor's Beggars," sang selec- Tions from recenT musicals. Under The leadership oT Mr. McGregor, boTh members oT ConcerT Choir and "McGregor's Beggars" Tlourished musically. -Inu- Russ Giles, member of ConcerT Choir and "McGregor's Beggars," Types up The words To one of The group's new musical arrangement. CONCERT CHOIR MEMBERS are: AbboTT, G., AddingTon, P., Anderson, D., Aspinwall, T., BarTleH', M., Bayles, R., Berge. B., Bjork, D., Blackwood, J., Board man, K., Busch, N., BuTz, K., Campe, J., Colson, R., Combs, N., Crow, B., Cunningham, B., Dodd. J., Dolsby, L., EnTsminger, D., Ericson, K., Fengler, M., Field A., Fisher, K.. Flaler, S., Frislc, P., Gilbert, B., Giles, R., GoldsTein, B., Grande, R., GriTTiTh, K., Gunning, K., GunsTream, B., Harrison, P., Hurley, J., Jackson, B. Johnson, B., Johnson. P., Johnson, T.. Kahm, J., KarayiTes, M., Kirk, C., Laulh, N., Lenicheclc, R., McDaniel, N., Malcom, B., Marshall, H., MarTin, D., MarTinez R., 'MarTinez, T., Malhias, K., Maul, R., Miller, K., Miller, S., OviaTT, S., PagliasoTTi, J., Pearsons, D., PorTer, P.. PraTT, J., Quam, P., Shirk, S.. Shraiberg. R., Spangler, B., Slevens, H., Sfewarl, D., Thrash, C., TipTon, L., Todd, K., TurTle, L., Vidal, N., WalThers, P., Williams, K., Wise, L., Wolf, C., Woodward. M. Zebauers, L., Maul, L., Mirello, B.. Wham, N. 72 4 n GIRLS' ENSEMBLE MEMBERS are: Bens, B., Berardini, A., Ciufi, D., Crosby, R., Danielson, S., Dennison, K., EpsTein, S., FarnsworTh, C., Fraser J Frledell K l Gallegos, D., Greene, L., Gregg, E., Grellc, K., Hays, L., Henry, K., Herren, L., Jackson, J., Jeurinlcs. J., JohnsTon, S., Kasiska, P., Kenna, K Kran L A L ., ambi. M., Lennig, A., LeviTT, T., McCarThy, D., Mauclc, K., Miller, B., Menge, D., Moore, R., Norris, S., Padclack, C., Ponikiski, P., Powe C Ra awi S., Robinson. D., R l , R., S , B. Sau d M. S h 'd ' ' ' ow ey ams , n ers, , c ei T, S., STrylcer, S., Tayon, M., Vallco, E., Valis, M., Wenger, P., WhnTe, T., Wilde P Cavnar Aldrich, B., Beard, B., Berne, J., Bluebaugh, P., Boggis, C., Bradbury, S., Cavnar, L., CuThberTson, K., Day, J., Durlcop, J., Urso, K., Fink, J.. Frisk M Gage Gillespie, M., Green, T., HoTTmeisTer, M., l-lashoclc, S., Jensen. J., Jensen, S., Jochens, A., JohnsTon, S., Lambi. M.. Lindeman. C., McGee L McNeil M Mason, S., Mills, L., Norlin, P., Parma, N., Perron. M.. Piper, L., Primaclc, T., Rich, N., Riley, P.. RoberTs, L., Rollins, L., Sanwick, C., Saunders, F., SmiTh D Warwic B., WhiTalcer, N., Wymore, M., Smalley, S., Scheidt S., Ellison, K., Woods, K., TagliaTerri, S., Davis, G., Sholund, N., Mosher, B.. HenTschel, J Girls Assemble for Ensemble The Girls' Ensemble, divided This year inTo Two separaTe classes, spenT a period each day per- TecTing Their music. DirecTed by Mr. McGregor, They parTicipaTed in Fall, WinTer, and Spring pro- grams. WinTer was The busiesT Time of The year, wiTh The girls enThusiasTically singing aT various locaTions. The ChrisTmas program was The highlighf of The year. Mr. McGregor checks The TiT of one of his choir member's robe "He's in Honor Socieiy?" wonders Cheryl Hanson, newly recognized NHS member. Speaker B. Z. Woods emphasizes ihe major poinl' in his speech. "Doing Berier Than Your Best" 74 4 ,7:. J 3 Sm pm.. Honored scholars awair Jrheir 'rurn +o be recognized in ihe assembly. Honor.. Naiional Honor Socieiy, an organizaiion Jrhal' honors high scholasric srandards, selecied Jrhis year's IZ6 new members on Jrhe basis of leadership, characier, and cirizenship, as well as a minimum 3.0 grade average. ln an assembly preseniing Jrhe new members 'io ihe school, Mr. B. Z. Woods spoke on "Doing Beiier Than Your Best" Aciiviiies of NHS included The annual Chrisimas Alumni Tea, and a siaie convenlion of ihe socieiy in Boulder. Mr. Paul Helander served nor only as a sponsor, bui' also as a 'friend who could be counled on in every siiuarion. Through ihe ouisiand- ing display of Jrhe very qualifies 'ihai' enabled 'rhem 'for NHS mem- bership, TJ's lop scholars earned The respecl' and admiraiion of ihe siudeni body. Newly elecfed officers are il. fo r., Robbie Gray, Pres.: Bob Pringle, V. Pres.: Howard Evans. Sec.: and Barb Day, Treas. . a Society" fl f . ,5,w,m, ,siege i. ,,M,.gf Mr. Mackey adminisfers The membership oafh fo The new members. Mr. Paul Helander, sponsor and friend. iniroduces fhe guesi' speaker af fhe fail assembly. .NN Performing Their TavOriTe melodrama, Drama Club oTTicers are: ll. To r.l Carre Linde- man. PubliciTy Chrm.: Anne Berardini. V. Pres.: Adele Lennig, Pres.: and Dodie Dosh, Sec. Debbie BernsTein, Treas. and Karen MaisTo, SgT-aT-Arms, are noT picTured. km. Adele Lennig leads The discussion abouT The play aT a regular business meeTing. So'loquians Sei The Stage ,fe "Sock iT To me." slams Anne Berarclini. 76 One OT The mosT acTive and prosperous organizaTions aT TJ, The So'loquian Drama Club carried ouT Their usual heavy schedule applause bers, The OT acTiviTies and evenTs wiTh much success and . Made up OT hard-working and devoTed mem- club was able TO produce Two main producTions, one The "Dancing Princess" and "The Mad Woman OT Chail- loT," The annual Drama Club Play, as well as several minor plays Tor The members Themselves. PerTorming such "behind- The-scene" Taslcs as malcing-up acTors beTore plays and shows, painTing and building sTage seTs, and working The lighTs, SO'loquian members gained knowledge OT all aspecTs OT sTage producTions. Dodie Dosh and Anne Berardini IisTen aTTenTively as members v Their opinions on TiclceT sale promoTions. The Theatrical World of Thespions espian officers look over lhe sfage sef for. "The Firsf Mrs. Paris." ey are: ll. fo r.l Marieffa Baird, Pres.: Diane Diefer, V.-Pres.: Alice ld. Sec.: and Cindy Hockum. Treas. See no evil. Speak no evil. Hear no evil. Marieffa Baird and sponsor, Mr. Schenker, look over fhe amusing rifle of fhe record album confaining fhe chosen background music for fhe Thespian play. Having shown oufsfanding dramafic abilify, members of Nafional Thespians were inifiafed when fhey had faken parf in several drama producfions and shown a sincere inferesf in fhe drama field. An honorary drama organiza- fion, Thespians provided an opporfunify for inferesfed drama sfudenfs fo delve deeper info fhe infricacies of fhe fheafrical world. Successfully producing fhe one-acf play, "The Firsf Mrs. Paris," Thespians were able fo perform if for various schools, nursing homes, and orphanages. The group also senf represenfafives 'ro fhe Regional Convenfion in fhe fall and delegafes fo 'rhe Nafional Seminar held during fhe summer. 77 '68 Speak-Out "9?-3X"s,,, . f 'L:.,s,,Mm. "Q "Aren'T They wonderful?" Thinks Miss Virginia Kasdorf. NFL sponsor. STressing leadership as well as The TradiTional compeTiTive spiriT, NaTional Forensic League again experienced a success- Tul year. Wi+h guidance from Miss Virginia Kasdori, club sponsor and speech Teacher, The members parTicipaTed- in debaTe. oraTory, and public speaking. An iniTial 25 com- peTiTion poinTs were needed Tor membership in NFL, how- ever, even wiTh This requiremenT, The club grew in size. wiTh a maioriTy oT sophomore members. As money-making proiecTs. NFL held a Spring Work Week and sold carnaTions on Color Day. In aTTaining Their goals, NFL displayed Their leadership and compeTiTive spiriT Through Their ouTsTanding success in all aspecTs oT speech. 'CJ "Give me liberTy or give me a pass!" 78 "I iusT Thoughi' They were wonderTul???" Miss Kasdorf wonders again. NFL officers are ll. To r., Mike PaTTon, Treas.: Cindy Callaghan, Corr Sec.: Shirley TempIeTon, Pres.: Bill Carlson. Rec. Sec.: and Bob Par- sons. V. Pres. Mr. Ken Juslice, sponsor, relaxes aller a lweclic council meeling. Council Co-orclinaies Clubs Working under 'rhe new name of Vice-Presidenl"s Council, 'rlwe lor- mer lnler-Club-Council acled as a common meeling ground 'For all Jrhe clubs al TJ. Made up of Jrhe Vice-Presidenl from every club, 'flue council co-ordinaled club ac'ri- vilies, was a sounding board for club problems, planned Club Week, and pul on The annual club assembly. Communicalion being one of 'l'l1eir main goals, ll'1e club mel every lirsl' and llwird Wed- nesday ro 'l'Gll of individual club ideas. Vice-Presidenls, Bob Pringle and Nancy McSl1ane conlemplale a newly brouglwl' up problem. . .5 5 , vi Y? 'S W ' ilfzb L A IV Q ,af V.F. Council officers display various reaclions lo a famous "Juslice proposal." They are ll lo rl Pally Novalc, Pres.: Anne Berardini, V. Pres.: Mr. Ken Juslice, sponsor: Carol Burghardl, Treas.: and Sue Slmirk, Sec. Our fun loving JOURNAL STAFF. Journal: "Without i7 'Skagit The JOURNAL has lhe added preslnge of havung 'rwo Junior Burdman Members as leaders. They are, lofi, Bill Gullwrle, Edllorial Page Edilor, and rlghl, Scoll You can'l' censor +l1a1'," exclaims Claudia Hardy. reporler. Edll0f'ln-Cl"lSl- 80 wiv 5 'l se, 5' a 'fi 3 Ragga 3 .s '2 2 ' s, ,, ,. 5 l Rl Y H is f Q J 'ifn E hiv? 1 f '46-f.y,aq . W OW W ' . llblliilll. - is T A YSWSE-ll 5 ..,,,, flarlc Carlion displays 'the book he somefimes lends lo lhe often unforiunaie vicfims if his Famous column. "The Choppin' Block." lnu're Noi With if" moiio in creaiing a paper in which "Wi'rhou1' il' you're noi wi'rh il." The TJ JOURNAL, because of 'rhe accuraie and comprehensive reporfing of 'lhe siaff members, proved 'ro be one of ihe school's foremos'r means of communicaiion. The JOURNAL Sfaff communicafed nof only Jrhrough +he paper. however. The newspaper's assembly and 'lhe JEF- FERSON BALL, a dance sponsored by 'lhe paper in honor of Thomas Jefferson's birihdayg boih were successful and disfinclive even'rs, fypical of 'rhe JOURNAL'S ouisianding creafive abiliiy. Led by Journal members have honeslly fulfilled +heir ScoH' Van Genderen. Edilor in Chief, fhe JOURNAL was influenfial in i+s coverage of many coniroversial issues. Q.. In T s A 1- fir g PW - Q. 's ff.s is .-"'1 N , Sponsor. Harold "Berf" Mason looks forlornly al' his "organized sfa f. ww-vm ..... . ,,.s. ,wi A , .fig it L- N X, Gm' Siaff members Bill Guihrie and Julie Dodd concenfrafe on reviewing 'their pages. """vs. Susie Horner anticipates success of "Crystal Camouflage" with sponsor, Mr. Mason. ' No, Mark, he signs his passes M-A-S-O-N. J "Let's title it, 'l was a teenage bowling ball'." suggests Marlc Carleton. Crystal Camouflage Creative, poetic and artistic students were given an opportunity to display their talents in this year's creative writing magazine, Crystal Camouflage. Under the editorship of Susi l-lorner, student screening committees compiled an outstanding or unusual asortment of plays, short stories, sketches. illustrations and poetry submitted by senior high students. Mr. Mason, sponsor, contributed his iour- nalistic knowledge. Camouflage was sold to senior high students in the spring and proved a successful reflection of a talented student body. Creativity Matched With a Balanced Style ,,'5-. Irn, J Y' fl' Reviewing a submitted literary article, Bill Pate chuckles at its tended humor. l 4 3 . , , li T"J" QQ? The lnspiraTion- Harold, "BerT", Mason Record of a Year's Shadows Shadows oT a crysTalin crocodile, shadows oT vicTory and deTeaT, shadows oT midnigh+ movemenTs, shadows which lighT The way To re- 1 ' 0,1 Www- vFW.-M dwcw The ArisTocraT, The sTory oT a year's evenTs and emoTions. moTi- vaTed The chapTers oT This yearbook. The 33 members oT The ArisTo- craT STaTT have Tried, in a year oT wasTed Third periods and Tour Tre- mendous deadlines To produce The eulogy oT a year. They besT exemplified Their purpose oT porTraying The young enTer- ingg The sTaTT clelved inTo all TaceTs of school liTe searching Tor words The DirecTion- describing Themselves. They wroTe oT shadows, consisTing oT day aTTer day acTiviTies reTlecTing The ordinary rouTine. These will be The laTer haunTing memories. . .The shadows oT a year. Debbie Welch. EdiTor-in-Chief fi. 5 lsss T sssr sss T , rrc A , Qi' T The People- The Life- The ArTisT- Nancy McShane. Album EdiTor Paul Arendt STudenT Life EdiTor MGC H6FClWTClf. Head Pl1OTOCJl'GPheI' G lf li 3 'P - Q. Lf Tom Dcugherly. Adivilies: Rich Spurlin, Sporls Russ Giles, Publicily ,4 ra , Carol Doll. Sophs. 7183 lmvsul Clweryl Lively, X 7fl1 grade Randy Tliall, Don Shapiro, Pholographers Liz Crocker. Royalfy Glen Laird, Sporls ,"q!L.-J' , A , Cari Lincleman. Gay Page, llllw grade Pub. Relalions Rand: Lulz, Srs. and Srs. Mem s if . if-5 ' Janel Fraser. Asst Hall of Fame 84 f,,..,m"Q,, A 1 Nga Q W . .M x . f, xg-,i5,l. , A g G - 'll' V- - Greg Brawner. Fac. and N Ha" of Fame Palsy Venuh, Facully and . Hall of Fame Linda Mills, Assf. Bus. Mgr. Paul Chrisiensen and Jell Lyman, Plwolographers Julie l-ull. 9ll'1 grade .ff Ginger Gemmill, 8l'h grade B Cyndee Pefersen, Social Sec. Carlwy Lines and Cheryl Hanson, Clubs xx Q ' stocracy Barbara Bullock, Sec. and index li! B BK Carl McChesney, Phofographer Bob Bullock, Phofographer 1 WWW' Bill JOl'1r1SfOr1. Barb Smifh. Phofographer l Pho+ograpl1er Mike Chandler, Arfisf :C Jim Warren. Plwofographer 'F Mark Archer, Plrnofographer W 2 Ron Arrowsmi+h, Photographer - Geri Jorgensen, Arlisl' Diane Wyble, Bus. Mgr. - few -wx. f w' 5 Q A 5 N' ii " st. ,i 'Q 4 jLfQi3wF1?. -' iw, wi ,. 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'Fourlh row: Assn' Coach Rex Pelers, S. Gallemore. T. Barnhari, P. Kasl, J. Mundel, R. Sondrup P. Arendt P. Humphrey, M. Dumm, B. Klein, D. Perry, J. Warner, Coach Jim Redic. TENNlS TEAM kneeling, l 'lo r: N. Levin, K. Miller, B. Koelbel, B. Burl. second row: C. Granl, B. Berge. Towne, J. Randolph, S. Malhews. ' Q - Q - - CROSS COUNTRY TEAM fron? row, leff 'lo righi: D. Odell, K Nalale, J. Porler, R. Gray, B. Learned. sianding, lefi' 'lo righf ' E. Declfer, R. Wallace, D. Lada, H. Evans, W. Helander, D. Fox ' D. Lonl, G. Brawner, T. Cameron, R. Saunders. GOLF TEAM fron? row, lefi' fo righh J. Torpey, B. Bullhaup, M. Gaines, M. Weimer. second row, Ieff 'ro righh D. Marsalis, J. Escofl. sfanding, leff +0 righ+: T. Dumler, C. Milne, S. Barlow, R. Condil. . . i f . , 'Q 5 ? . , i k 3 . YQ, , i, X ,, y xv yi ,E,. - IA TQ . , . .-1. . Zlq Si-930' M13 alntllf-1? l? i uf? fa 31 - BBB if fa A .T 1 63 ' 57 3 T i l xi U OPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM, 'Fronf row, lefi' +o righh D. Turner, S. Slookesberry, N. Andreas, K. Wilde, K. Olson, B. Turner, B. Miller, S. Kirk, P. Gillespie, R. pangler, K. Ward. second row, lefi' fo righ+: C. Murphy, N. Davis, B. Lyman, B. Cox, G. Meyer, F. Sneaci, J. Wilbur, J. Geegan, C. Berry, K. Klein, C. Erb. hircl row, lefi' To righf: J. DeLapp, R. Pichf, D. Suhm, J. Ingalls, B. Lamir, C. Hannon, D. Gallegos, D. Grannell. 'Fourfh row, lefi fo righi: Coach Golaler, C. llins, E. Larson, M. Combs, D. Warner, L. Callas, E. Earle, B. Konoplca, M. Gulhrie, R. Siracy, K. Brauner, G. Hinman, H. Kreuhinger, Coach Geiss. Revenge if N 53" " V Q- ? E ,EJ E A Ts 'line i V 4 .Q A T TTWTFV RTK I Qi Q T F' i fx i 2' The Sparians were slopped afler a shorf gain by a Tough Pafriol defense. Revenge was The key word in Sparlans game. The Pairiois, who become league champions, fensive Team. A leading scorer in 'rwice ro up-end Jrhe highly raled WGFS reference +o The George Washingron- defealed Thomas Jefferson lasl year 'ro slunned by 'rhe impressive Sparian of- lhe Denver League, Paul Arendi scored Pairiois I4-6. The Tirsi score came on a 36 yard punr rerurn in Jrhe second quarler. The second came wiih Arendl on a keeper from The I yard line. Rob Schumacher kicked boih ex+ra poinls. T .,.. TT . T T 1' A .." -. fa .T TT's'f'3"l T f A ' 'Q T " 'iq 5 2 is yy -., M .. 'M - Q .i EL TTT T .ge' Y in , 'QT in T- Tut, E Ig' lg., 4. l s T T . I Ts a,-5wA,, My , A ,.. W. - 4' I I T , E 1 iv ? waww V - K ' T u ' g 545 -- N ' 2 J - As K , ' - we T- - .sT Tff' s 3 A T T ff ,T V T ' ii,i T T s..i T T QTTLT ' ,igr I 1 K- 1 A ' i 2 " s H ,T T 'f' A Ts TT T, TITT - T ., 1 T :H -- ' A ' R X TT - 1' 'T 'TT' i ' T V T if V V Q ' T ' 1 "if R T ar X T " ffm - T - - 2 Senior Rob Shumacher kicks for Pairiols. 0 a crucial poinl' againsf The Max Williams shows fhe big sirelch in an alfempr 'ro calch an oven +hrown ball. Max Williams rounds lei? end for a shorl gain while Scoliy Gallemore and Paul Arendf prepare 'ro block. A Boot Hill Burial For Homecoming The SparTans Tound Themselves Tacing The WesT Cowboys. The SparTans scored 28 poinTs in The TirsT halT crushing The Cowboys wiTh Paul ArendT. Max Williams. and John STearns each scor- ing wiTh excellenT up-TronT blocking. This half-Time lead allowed Coach Day To play some oT his Junior VarsiTy players. The Juniors showed Tremendous poTenTial when STan Jackson cruised over righT Tackle Tor I3 yards To pay-dirT, making The Tinal score 35-O. Junior Max Williams is sTopped Tor a seven yard gain as Dave Jones and John STearns look on. John STearns "one hands iT" in The Cowboy's end zone. The SparTans showed Their championship Torm by Thrashing The EasT High Angels 32-I3 and clinching aT leasT a Denver League Tie. Up unTil The EasT game The SparTans were unable To puT TogeTher a successful passing aTTack buT The Angels were sTunned by The pass connecTions beTween JeTT LiTTell and Paul ArendT. Two easy Touchdowns were Thus scored in The TirsT halT. Then The impressive SparTan ground game Took over, upseTTing Angel vicTory hopes. And an Easiern Demise J X 'Ji I A Tough SparTan deTense proved Too much Tor The ill-TaTed WesT Cowboys 9l Spartans Tromple Opponents ATTer being held To seven poinTs in The TirsT half, The SparTans broke loose in The lasT Two guarTers To blank Kennedy 33-0 in The I967 Denver Prep League Tinale. The win gave The SparTans an undeTeaTed season in league play. John STearns Took over quarTerback Tor The iniured Paul ArendT doing a crediTable iob. He scored one Touchdown on a I yard run and anoTher on a 20 yard pass To Max Williams. Williams also scored Two oTher Touch- downs by carrying a blocked punT Tor Ten yards and a 6 yard run around The end Tor The Tinal score. Rob Schumacher kicks Tor one To even The score Tor The SparTans, ln an erraTic showing on The parT oT boTh Teams The SparTans Took The game away Trom The Manual BolTs 28-7. The SparTans were clearly in command as They marched 70 yards Trom The kick-oTT To pay dirT wiTh ArendT capping The drive Trom The one. The score was maTched by The BolTs in The 2nd guarTer, buT Tollowing a Tired half-Time chaT wiTh The coaches, The SparTans came back To show ThaT They were number l. Junior Max Williams sweeps righT end Tor a lsT down againsT The BoI+'s Thunder. WiTh a hard ToughT baTTle beTween The NorTh Vikings and The SparTans, TJ proved again iTs righT To be ranked as number I. DeTeaTing The Vikings 34-7. The SparTans gained an undispuTed lead in The Denver prep league. BoTh Teams were unable To score during The TirsT guarTer, buT in The 2nd quarTer Max Williams wenT over on a Sweeper Tor 6. - 153 ' ' ' " . H- ' ' 'MTV "i"IQ'f 'L- ,ge y, ,,,, H I . ..,, .ff V V, .:,,.g5. k.,, Z 1 c sg!! A - Q .... ... . :iffy T. " - Q ,' 4. " 4. ' i i if , i O 'Pill ,rl T by ij e - sr. T f . A ' , - - -3 5 1"-?1I, : p if .4 ,f Ebac . . , f Exif .ff T 'L c f fs, i" , 5 'f s , y 4 V i s h . A jgf TLTETY PY. f 1 Q' ,. fs' Ji 4' - I a -'I ' .. f' E - 3 - X - . .ss -s R , is .y:y:..5 T A. , A ,QM T . H 2 ' ' I .S ..i' ....., , 1 f i' :F Us T ri' W N " i ,A ' ' v - .. L .. ...T - T 'T ' QW . 7.41.2 X , ,f K.k,, . if I . k . A . ssss c. 'f ' TT. .. - N 5 .f!,,.l.'ZzrT'QBf.i. 'qi' .f."f5iI5?'E:f Eiysfzffw A ff' .. A . T jpg Affl -ff'i?5 J ' 7 'Q ' ' ' 1 - " 'fl 'K'T ' - 2 'Z T , f. , i 'f .'W . r ' is N . N Paul ArendT is hauled down by The favored SouTh Rebels. The SparTans became The TirsT qualiTier Tor The I967 Class AAA sTaTe playoTTs as They ripped The Lincoln Lancers 27-O. John STearns Triggered The SparTans' scoring rally when he reTurned a punT Tor 68 yards wiTh 58 seconds leTT in The TirsT period. The nexT Time TJ goT The ball They scored wiTh Max Williams roaring around The leTT end Tor I7 yards and 6 poinTs. The nexT score Tor TJ came wiTh 43 seconds leTT in The halT when Terry Pulver capped a 42 yard drive wiTh a 4 yard bursT around leTT end. The Tinal score was seT up by STearn's inTercepTion oT a Lincoln pass reTurning IT To The Lincoln 24. Paul ArendT ended The drive by going 6 yards Tor 6 poinTs. Conquer Denver City A Lincoln back is broughT clown by deTense back, STan Jackson. .e,iecce .1 T l ff. ,c John STearns is sTacked up aTTer a shorf gain over cenTer. Paul Humphrey goes over on a swarm OT Taclclers'To score Tor The SparTans. The Tavored SouTh Rebels Tound Their Homecoming spoiled by The impressive TJ Team. The SparTans scored The TirsT Time when They had The ball on a 74 yard punT reTurn by John STearns. From Then on iT was TJ's game wiTh The Rebels only able To Tally Twice againsT The SparTans' reserve defense. By beaTing The undeTeaTed SouTh Rebels The Spar- Tans came even closer To a Prep League championship. c Q44 sf , .1 . TT 1 8 , "' , 'Q a rf! . 'Q The number one Sparfan defense awaifs anofher scoring affempf by fhe Wheafridge Farmers. Spartans Fall Short of Second Goal TJ began ifs Sfafe Playoff roufe by beafing La Junfa 5O-2l, and Longmonf 41-IQ. Then, on a bleak Safurday, November fhe 25fh, fhe number one ranked Thomas Jeffer- son Sparfans mef fhe second besf Wheafridge Farmers in fhe unof- ficial Sfafe Tifle Game. Realizing only foo lafe fhaf fhe fables could and would, possibly furn, fhe offensive minded Sparfans smashed headlong info fhe defensively powered feam from fhe Jefferson Counfy League and led early in fhe firsf quarfer on a nine yard sprinf by Quarferback Paul Arendf, 7-O. The supposedly weak offense of fhe Farmers sfruck lafe in fhe second quarfer fo fie fhe baffle af 7-all. Wifh only seconds leff unfil halffime, Junior halfback Max Williams, snuck fhrough fhe Farm er secondary fo gafher in a 54-yard scoring foss, on a fruly remarkable snag. Realizing fhaf fhe game was far from over, TJ fook fhe ball fo sfarf fhe 3rd quarfer and slashed 74 yards in I5 plays fo lead 20-7. As fhe 4+h guarfer began, wifh TJ ahead by I3 poinfs, Wheafridge rallied a sfrike, and fhen, almosf unbelievably so, anofher, fo fie fhe score af 20-up. The Sparfans fook fhe ensuing kickoff, and began fo grind ouf fhe yards unfil like a ghosf, a Farmer de- fender mysfically slipped in from nowhere fo pick off an erranf Arendf fhrow and sef up fhe evenfual winning TD. The "never say die" Sparfans again marched goalward unfil fime caughf up wifh fhem and feff fhem slowly crawling, fhen dying on fhe Farmer 20 yard line. The day ended, as if had begun, buf only now did fhe Sparfan foofball feam of fhe fall of '67 realize fhaf fhe cries of "WERE NUMBER ONE" would never ring in fheir ears. Junior John Sfearns crushes over righf guard for a big six and a firsf down. Junior Varsity Roofs . The Sparian Junior Varsiiy. under 'ihe coaching of Jim Redic and Ken Hughes had a disappoinring season by losing +0 'rhe Lin- coln Lancers. The loss pur ihe Sparians info second place wi'rh one lie wilh ihe Pairioi Junior Varsiiy. The Junior, Varsiiy showed 'Tremendous capabiliiy and should form The basis for a championship Varsily club nexi year. L V I 4' Dick Rudolph calls signals in acfion againsr Jrhe Kennedy Commanders. is Dick Rudolph launches a high pass which is good for I2 yards and a Sparfan firsl down. . For Second Junior Varsify regulars Glen Laird, Ron Hicks. Sieve Reigheri' and Roger Maul 'follow Sian Jackson info fl-ue end zone for anofher Sparlan score. 95 Junior Lefferman Rob Bulfhaup warms up before a crucial mafch. TJ Linksfers Cup Fourth f , NXT -am' Head down, rigid leff arm, quick wrisf acfion. says Junior golfer Chuck Milne. Coach Leonard Kocinslci discussed lasf minufe imporfance of fhe mafch wifh some feam members. 96 Led by fop scoring iunior golfers Bob Baulfhaup and Randy Condif, fhe Sparfan golf feam shof fo fourfh place in fhe Den- ver Prep League. The feam, mosfly com- prised of iuniors and sophomores, losl' I5 of fheir 32 mafches. Wifh nine refurning leffermen fhe golf feam should finish very high in fhe spring and nexf year. Junior Randy Condif demonsfrafes "fhe move" fhaf made him a sfandouf on fhe course. Sophomore back Charlie Berry is slopped for shorl' yardage on a crucial lhird down play The 'rough Sophomore defense breaks lhrough for a fackle behind The line By going Through an unlried and undefealed season, rhe sophomores look an undispuled cily championship. Coaches Dick Golder and Andy Geiss mainrained an unbealen Team record for lhe second consecurive year. The Jralenred ream- mares spurred excellenl spirir and abiliry in praclice wirh rhe varsiry. Their experience and abilily will definilely prove +o be an asser on nexr year's ream. M. is Racketeers Gun To Third This year's Tennis Team. led by Junior and Sophomore neTmen Mark Towne, Buz Koelbel, and Jim Randolph neTTed Third place in The Denver Public School League. The Team members were all olcl pros on The courT and devoTed Their hours oT pracTice To Timing and perTecTion. WiTh The maior- iTy of The Team sTill iuniors and sophomores, Mr. EpsTein and his raclQeTeers should enjoy a TruiTTul season nexl' year. Jim Randolph crushes a serve down The alley. fan-...C " f semi fag: i 5 Wil? z., , K 1 f ' , X, Junior Nefman Mark Towne reaches for a Tar ouT slam. TM 5, "Big Gun" Buz Koelbel baclchands a hoT one. HusTling To geT ouT To anoTher Tough pracTice, Bruce Learned, Doug O'Dell. and Robbie Gray sprinT from The locker room as snow adorns The ground. Junior Bruce ciTy meeT. Lincoln EasT WashingTon JEFFERSON Manual Learned pounds iT ouT in preparaTion Tor The all Kennedy SouTh NorTh WesT Runners Criss-Cross Country Led by seniors Robbie Gray. Kim NaTale, and junior Doug O'Dell, This year's cross counTry Team placed TourTh in The CiTy Championship. Doug O'Dell was The ouTsTanding runner placing TourTh in The ciTy meeT wiTh The oTher Tour TJ runners Tinishing closely behind. WiTh Doug O'Dell and Bruce Learned Tacing The Taslc oT leading our sTrong runners nexT year, The cross counTry Team should Tinish higher and TasTer. IE? E' GQ rue Doug O'DelI shows The Torm Thai' won him a TourTh place award in The all ciTy meeT. 99 Winter Viciories in Heops and Mounds SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM Froni row, I 'Io r: J. Ingalls, R. Sfracy, B. Crow, B. Lenier, C. Beery, E. Snead. J. Wilber, B. Konoplca, D. Engels, N. Devi Baclc row: Mr. Geiss, C. Erb, K. Brawner, B. Wray, B. Weimer, G. I-linman, G. Meyers, J. Mayer, D. Grannell, M. Johnson. SWIMMING TEAM BoHom row, I fo r: B. Sfelzer, T. O'Brien, C. Murphy, D. Wadlingfon, G. Maffson, R. Peferson, Mgr.. S. Cameron. S. Caflisch, J. Delapp. S ond row, I Io r: Coach Jerry Smifh, G. Brawner, R. Spurlin, C. Wolff, T. Dougherfy, J. Eaglen, D. Fox, C. Behrenf. B. McGahey, B. Kunse. Top row, I fo r: L. I-Ia nell, J. Lyman, M. Gaines, K. Miller, J. Engels, J. Porfer, M. Chandler, B. Besf, Connie Wolff, Sec. I00 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD Froni' row, I fo r: T. Pulver, S. Jackson, H. Evans, J. Slearns. K. Bass, Mgr. R. Walf lace. Baclr row, I +o r: Coach Sanfi. B. Learned, B. Klein, J. Rupple, R. Graibus, R. Condil, K. Mills, Coach Hughes. UNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Froni' row, I fo r: . ScoH'. D. Rudolf, T. Mouer, T. Nagel, H. Jewell, T. Pul- er. Baclr row, l fo r: S. Jackson, C. Milne, M. Rolh, J. Rup- le. D. Klein, T. Barnharf, Coach Ken Hughes. TEAM BoH'om row, I fo r: B. Whifalcer, B. Koelbel, K. Rudolph, S. Kirk, B. Kosena, T. Ericson, T. Sheare, J. Saunders, S. Malhews, J. Hinlcle. Second W. Hylander, J. Melnick, M. Carpenler, D. Turner, P. Gillespie. N. Andreas, B. Moser, G. Loman, P. Lansing, S. Falzac. Top row: Coach Carl Goodwin, B. B. Gulhrie, D. Enlsminger, B. Cox, K. Ward, R. Schumacher, B. Kosena, D. Gallegos. L. Kreiger, D. Jones, D. Hufchinson, Asst Coach Gordon' Learned. IOI Spartan Hoopsfers Court Vicfories Kelly Bass dribbles around The Norlh posi' for a Sanfi sei-up. The baslceiball feam go? off fo a slow siari 'rhis year winning only one of 'rheir pre-season games. lnexperience was The key word in describing 'rhe Sparlan Baslcelballers who losl' all ihe slrar shooiers from las? year's Siaie Championship Jream. However, by Jrhe lime league play came around 'rhings were looking up for The Spar- ians. Allhough TJ losl 'rheir firsl 'rwo league games 'ro Norfh 69-47 and a close one 'ro Wesl 47-45, +hey showed much improvemenl over lheir pre-season showings. Junior Jim Ruppel gels lipped by a Soulh Rebel. Terry Pulver dribbles around a SouTh Rebel beTore shooTing a I2-TooTer. The Turning poinT Tor The SparTans came when They sTunned previously unbeaTen Kennedy 79- 5l. The TasT-breaking Team pulled The biggesT upseT oT The Denver Prep League season wiTh Their vicTory over Kennedy, The Third ranlced Team in The sTaTe. From Then on iT was up The ladder Tor The SparTans as They made a greaT showing againsT The highly raTed Manual Thun- olerbolTs. AlThough losing by a score oT 75- 62, The loss was Tollowecl by Two sparkling vic- Tories over EasT and 5ouTh 65-58 and 74-56. When The Denver Public School Prep BaslceTball TournamenT came around TJ was The mosT im- proved Team in The sTaTe and expecTeol To Tinish high. KenT Mills shows The big sTreTch Tor Two, 'as Howie Evans uncorlcs a shorT lump shoT while a Viking sTarTer momenTarily sTarTled. TJ's Comeback Is Second to None Junior Kelly Bass allempls 'ro shool over 'fhe oulslrelchecl fingers of a Soulh Rebel. John Slearns shows how i+'s done as a Soulh player looks on wilh asfonishrnenf. Junior Kelly Bass fires a iump sho? from Jrhe oulside Jim Ruppel, Jim Scoff, and Tom Nagel wafch as a high jumping Bolf clears fhe boards. Sfan Jackson fires above fhe oufsfrefched arms of a Manual Bolf. IO6 Keyed Up JV's Out-Court Opponents Despife fhe loss of four junior sfarfers fo fhe varsify squad, fhe Junior hoopsfers enjoyed a high finish in fhe sfandings wifh only fwo losses. Guided by Coach Ken Hughes, fhe juniors pulled ouf from behind many fimes fo defeaf fheir opponenfs in close confesfs. Nexf year's varsify will be filled wifh falenf wifh such players as Jim Ruppel, Bob Klein. Diclc Rudolph, l-lanlc Jewell and Tom Nagel. A harried opponenf finds himself amid a swarm of Junior Varsify Sparfan f"'N. Charlie Berry fires long from ouTside The keyhole. ...f Sophomore 1 Nefmen Hook l Opposing Cou rTsTe rs The Sophomores, under The direcTion oT Andy Geiss, had a very successful season, knocking off all opponenTs. WiTh The leadership ol: such TalenTed players as Bruno Konopka, BrenT Lanir and Russ STracy, The Team Tinished excepTionally high in The Tinal sTandings. They showed greaT poTenTial Tor nexl' year's VarsiTy and Junior VarsiTy squads. 352 ,gg ' D 'Lx 5. fk 1' , ' Norm Davis shoofs high over The hands of an unlucky neTman Tor "Two." If Sophomore courTsTers sTand ready To geT The "Tip" in aciion againsT The Kennedy Commanders. IO7 Craig Behrenl gulps in some lasl' breafhs of air before an imporlanl conlesf. Poised for fakeoff. Junior Rich Spurlin gels ready To breasf slroke for fime as Mike Chandler and Greg Brawner look on. IO8 Senior Mike Chandler shows his diving 'Form in 'rhe TJ pool of TJ Tankmen Crawl to Second Junior Mike Gaines shows how easy iT is To "fly" buTTerTly sTyle as he approaches anoTher finished lap. Finishing second in The CiTy Championships, The SparTan swimming Team had one oT iTs mosT successTul seasons ever. WiTh The leadership OT senior Tom VVadlingTon, The pre- dominanTly Junior swim Team Tinished very high in The sTaTe mee-T, losing only one dual meeT To George WashingTon. This year's Tank Team also seT Three school records and Two meeT records. F K3 ' i" . , r: fi T' 41 ,gil M!-so is f - , if . ig 4 Tom WacllingTon blows a Tellow TeammaTe inTo The waTer in a pre-season warmup. Grapplers Switch-Out on All Opponents Junior David Perry fighfens his hold on a sfruggling opponenf. Craig Larson goes for a pin againsf a hapless Rebel. , wsfaekv 1 ss-A j 1 See Qfififl If, X K gggiiggrwialff In a fairly successful season fhe Thomas Jefferson wresflers finished sevenfh in fhe final cify sfandings. Wifh a laclc of grapplers in differenf weighf di- visions fhe Sparfans losf decisive poinfs in close meefs. The season was highlighfed by fhe Sparfan vicfory over fhe highly ranlced Soufh feam. The wresflers, led by Bob Schumacher, who finished a very close second in fhe cify fourney, closed ou'r fhe disfricf meef in eighfh place, The wresflers should make a sfrong comeback nexf year as fhe B Team ended up in fourfh place in fheir disfricf meef. B sul "' ey '- xl' xr ' 2 . qw- I . 'K X1 T j iisssysssia siissi Fred Scherrer sfruggles againsf a formidable Easf Angel. Sophomore Buz Koelbel shows his championship Form in mafch againsl Bob Whifaker. Bill Fraker fries fo slack up a Tough Manual Boll lp ,, 2 W .wp , HM 1 Z' Bill Gufhrie, heavyweighi senior wresller, demonslrales ihe 'techniques of 'rough wresflinq. 41 ,i 1' 2 . . if f f sf I ibm w of VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Firs+ row, I fo r: R. Walson, R. Hicks, J. Bond, B. Bulloclc, J. Lee, C. Schissler, T. Nelson. Second row: T. Coll- man. R. Maul, S. Hinman, S. Enewold, M. Heinley, B. Hammond, R. Carda. Top row: Coach Ken Hughes, C. Combs, R. Adcoclc, P. ArendT, P. Humphrey, J. LiHel, J. Williams, M. Carllon, Coach Jim Redic. 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Y 'i 1 liffi KH -" " I 'T' A T' 1,.1..fil . f,.- I Mya- li f JM f y' ' ' K' "SKY ' J ':r"'j I' -vf I s ' .YI I -3-ff" ii' if S if . I il " if ' I ll'- 'W ' W... ' Hmm . H A sv A , .mf I .ifiifw Rf-v f -...J-gf . . ., ff ,3 M.. . 'wf -'pm A wwf- I f. 'iffrff 4 si' . -Teas I Iv , . " I - f-fr I I Z. I . I - " ' 4 9' 5 ff' I IF- 7 ' T I 3 ' Q I ff P x I ' 1' ilal s . 3 ff' A ' ' - I' ' "'li' f Q 1 'QL .,' l A.: . I ' A '- VARSITY TRACK TEAM Firsf row, I +o r: J. Schieker, S. Bre++houer, B. Hayes, J. MaH'ern, G. Andrews, T. Anderson, D. Lonr, D. O'Dell B. Aguilar, R. Schumaker. Second row: E. Decker, K. Helander, R. Wallace, K. Olsen, A. Zohn, J. Schaffer, S. Zorno. Third row: R. Johnson Coach Garden Learned. G. Moser, D. Suhm, K. Malhias, R. Halliday. L. Mifchem, D. Chandler, P. Walihers, E. Lenandowslci, G. Laird, D Gallegos, D. Ware, H. Evans, E. Earl, R. Gray, T. Cameron, M. Marvin. lI2 . Budding OPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM Fronf row, I +0 r: B. Orr. B. BarHe++, B. Whiraker,,J. Key, J. Higgins, B. Turner. R. Meade, T. HeIs+er econd row: J. Andrews, S. Hinman. P. Guillespie, D. Wadlingfon. J. Torpey, S. Srookesberry. K. Downum. Third row: D. Turner, S. Calas. . Mumme. K. Ward, K. Way, G. MaHson. J. Maher, D. Kas'r. B. Barrows. Noi' shown: C. Beery. B. Konopka, B. Laner. D. Grannel. F. nead. J. Wilbur. I 5 ,K i f i E 3 2 f A Q T . N 3 i RT' A - Lab .ra as A 5 3 j w 5- N! I L, V t A 3 , . . seg, W, gh- I L N . ' . 1 . .-,... 'Ei 1' -MQ fffia A ss, Q r"' ' 51' L . I fi , vzffav . ,W , Q . 4. , ,,VV My KQ Q 9 . , , 1 , K, . .. 0 0 T. . 5 f ' . , I -K -- 1 1 'S-. .. c f i . W 1 4-f ' . 4- . -' I l f! A T- A. ff' I 'V 'T J Q . ... Q ' Q A L A ..r... ' X J 3- ' . . gk , af h g 9 if . Q . . . A M . - - .... J J. ' B - J I. A .wx Q ,khh A AV M A JL A - 'r R i - ., W B f w ax- ' A vim A . i.ffiiffM'f??-r- 1f,.i2?fT' r .. .... f f '-W 'nfl' 1' fJs.H?...ff..-- ,wwe Yr 1 'W A M .4-nm,...,...v , 4 .. MQ " ,....,........m"' 75 ""' M .,... . 4 . W r d T r. ..... ......... GYMNASTIC TEAM Froni row, I +o r: J. Roberfs, B. Warson, R. Sanders. B. Lamar. D. Pederson. D. Pearson. K. Wilde, J. Sar- acino, M. Hardwick. Second row: T. Eicson, L. Kreiger, B. MacLarer1, J. Sherback, J. Lyman. J. Saviers, B. Inman, G. Ga+seos, J. Saunders. Third row: M. Moore, R. Anderson. R. Perry-Smi+h, J. Cravenna. G. Thomas, J. Miller, B. Kunse, J. Fenfon, B. Berg. B. Koelbel, B. Miller, M. Carpenrer, Coach J. Smifh. II3 Baseball Balmen Bugaloo Through Foxey Season BaT-raTTler Ron Carda slams iT inTo The Tence. Many reTurning senior leTTermen Tormed The nucelus Tor TJ's sTaTe-bound Team. Following The example seT by lasT year's sTaTe championship uniT, The SparTans showed greaT sTrengTh boTh offensively and deTensively. Sluggers JeTT LIT- Tell, John STearns, and Ron Carda Tormed The oTTensive aT- Taclc while Marlq CarleTon and Paul ArendT rounded ouT de- Tense. WiTh such Team aTTribuTes TJ was a sure beT Tor The ciTy TiTle. s-Q.-!, sv 41, 14 The piTc:hes OT Mark CarlTon . . . N. , -K ' I 'K I ,. ,. C, .,.. i .. . are caughT by Chuck Schissler. wi VA F K 2 if if ., fn- v S Ag, .4 . 1' ,L - . A l ,. rf 5 W .m,L , R sv , ,-nr ' -WN, rffvsxg X Q I, -7,-vfvf , s 1 , W - f f f W' 'H ..--f W 4, M s A 3' - A . 1 '31 ,. 'SQ 1.1 A, . ,V 1 - 'Wg - f ' -V .. i X 'HH ' 'Yi ' " ' W' "AW'l""'--f'iff"1e-V1 few- ,Q ' ,..,,m.1f.-. I I 3 'mf 1. - r , f - -ufsf-v'v:,':ff4i:" ' 'Y " 5955, 2' i1ii,,'Z' LA o ,Ax '-W4' f A ' 'if xv i R ' it M l ' QQi59l4,i,2-2? is Q - F -W 'fuigg W... 4 'ff 15 QQ-gli . ' , Q xi ,. LL M g - -I -J , , . . f - i i N s. l " s is i - I Y Q i so on , s , N' J I fi f L, L' ii A 1 L"' s s llss , J u K f . , ,, K ,.,,,4, . f iitkf ug AEiifq? , wrwlkjkki JV .ur jf N L A , . V, bi 11, ,,-q 1 'sk N: . l N' fl ,f1?r"5" 'f ag ig l' i f- .., . s . ' - 2 .z V -, iw 5gggsfsQgls'.g ' f ' . . . Q, f'V'f-N' - , Junior Bob Bullock brings Roger Maul in for anolher Sparfan score. , if , ' f if L'A., fsA 5gv A 4 k 1 , ..l , . AL YW A.E, R .-nw J V . , in " ' 'Z 'W' l' f ' A 'W ' L f Q- John Sfearns reaches high To send 'rhe Vikings info +l1e field. A Norfh slugger swings af anollwer Carlfon pifch , . .and misses. IIS Diomondmen Smooth Afler winning all of Jrhe pre-season games wirh The exceprion of an upsel' To Wasson. Jrhe Sparlran baseballers faced 'rhe Norlh Vikings. The double- header proved rhal' TJ had bolh a sfrong s+ar+ing unif and an exceplional- ly slrong and capable reserve uni+. The Palriofs surprised The leam by caprur- ing a 4-I viclrory. The luckless Sparlans recovered, however. To prove To every- one +ha+ "We're almosl number one!" II6 Senior Mark Carllon unloads a fasl' ball 'ro refire 'rhe luckless Vikings Rough Edges Randy Wafson pokes one info shorf leff field Sophomore Sluggers Swing Through City John Higgins sTreTches Tor second base and brings in The winning run during The NorTh game. P H' Sophomore hurler adepT Washingfon Ken Ward warms up before facing baTTing order. The I968 Sophomore baseball Team goT oTT To a swinging sTarT by bom- barding NorTh I5 To I2 in The League opener, WiTh exceilenT piTching sTrengTh The Team looked Torward To a high Tinish in The sTandings. Led by Coach Day, The sophs showed greaT promise in upholding The reign oT championship Sophomore Teams. SAFE! "CIeafmen" Set Marks un, A Howard Evans and Richard Wallace go over The lop in an early Spring praciice. Milers Robie Gray, Doug O'Dell. and Edgar Decker are "on fhe move" This year's hack Jream. led by reiurning senior leHermen and dom- inaied by juniors. finished very high in cify meefs. The feam was sfrong in such evenis as hurdles, 'rhe quarier mile. fhe mile. and The sho'r pul. Wilh such sparkling compeiilors, lhe Sparian Jrraclc Jream finished very high in all-ci'ry compelilion. L... Sparran iraclcmen go lhrough anoiher grueling praclice. lI8 Spartans Tramp Over Opponents Bob Inman demons+ra+es an almosi' perfecf iron cross. The gymnasfic feam looked forward 'ro a high- flying year wi+h many ouisianding refurning ieHer- men. Wi+h Jrhe perfeci execuiion of such fine gym- nasis as Mac Hardwick, Brian McLaren, Larry Krieg- er. and Buzz Koelbel, Jrhe Sparfans showed qrealr poienriai for spring compeiiirion. Junior Brian McLaren pradices one hand hand sfands in prepara 'Hon for an upcoming meer. Senior Mac Hardwick shows +he de+ermina+ion and poise +ha+ are required of a gymnasf. II9 2 3 u The cheerleaders yell from The end zone To help malce The score 27-O. Cheerleaders Rally Spirit A summer Tull OT pracTicing lciclcs, Tlips, and lumps broughT The cheerleaders several prizes aT The NaTional Cheerleader AssociaTion Clinic in Dallas lasT August The squad oT six enThusiasTic girls Tlew home wiTh The coveTed SpiriT STiclc, The highesT award given aT The clinic. An honorable menTion, Two Third places, and a second place were also added To Their winnings. This same enThusiasm was TelT by The enTire crowd aT all aThleTic evenTs. ThroughouT The year, The girls planned rallies ThaT boosTecl Team morale and school spiriT. SlciTs were cleverly designed To represenT deTeaT oT The nexT Team being played and The SpiriT STiclc was awarded To The loudesT-yelling class aT The l-lomecoming rally. The cheerleaders yelled and laughed and someTimes cried. They wore TJ's colors well. -lt. Kim Tipps Debbie Mercer Liz Crocker l-lead Cheerleader . . . Paula Bluebaugh . . . Diane Wylale ... Debbie Gueniher ' www s c. NJ ,A K. . - , is 3 l Q K? V.'- 'T V ,lu .vw , ,. 1. ...W . . ws " '.iIilJfIf1a,. K. . ,.,, ..,, . s ,A ,E ' H 1 .Ei - . -W ,es , .Y , r' ,l , " -f g,.-if " 14, M , , , ,A-,. g, .-L, g ,I .1 if T ,A 2 ' fu ff- , ff T , . - ,W is P - r, V on ,ii , X 'sig - gf , - 4 4 is . L ,., ' vu' ' 'T' . s - - . --1' ,- Wes: 3 -l gli V , T . 1: 9 K IL' f . ,' f i if -ev 2 " EJ we -fi" ' "1 - J .. " . , . . , H., 1 ' ei . T. 2 ..- f - ,' , we 1 - . f. 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Weelcs oT summer pracTice proved beneTi- cial as The specTaTors voiced Their undying sup- porT of TJ's pom-pon girls. 'A 1- gif ,v mfx J x x We ,Q ,. ,Vf U, 4 , L W" . ' ,e , .,,' J r U L6 X 'iw 5,1 . pf , ,,1 ,fy ' vu' J , f - , N J. U, w J X , sy" if , 1 A pf' , JJ L , fy' ' , ff, 'An J 1 . W ,UK I I '11 , Q 4, ' f Gayle Whifaker . . . Marlys Fengler Head Pom-Pon Girl . . .Ellen Meyers fy' X, ' f x 1 J X1 4 .Q f. X Ll, N.: - Q , rf, K ' ' ..f e , - . V - 72" . J J ' eq, A, ,L Q ff J y, M .V AL ,, ' , X' , V, JC we J ' A ,, lf! w f ,V K J L' A ' K. L . -, U' QU V Y N , , I , x . , , U V , 1 . j , 'Q 1 , fx x, , , ,f k ., .1 1, , f - A' 1 D ' if'-, . Xxx , J Q, 'X V if! , - X 'mf x . , u. ,L U , ' ,. 1'-W F t 4 ,f ik i 1 . NNN U ' ,lm Wfvffl if M . . . Pom-Pon Girlk "Sock-If-To-Em!" fl 1 J ," J x K . , W, , Q , 1 X 1 Randi Luiz W ,r 5 ,. .,5. f W ffi D . L J X , F" U9 I' f ri V14 ,,, ,- '3- KP. 4 ,Jim , N Kl- Activities Free from fhe cares of s+udy and achievemenf Ye'I' sfill deeply involved wifh +l1e school The young are acfive. , X f' ' si iip,,L-QEMWMJ' ff : A Kailwy Dennison, iunior, models dress al Junior Hiql1 Fashion Slwow. Bill Jolmsion gives he ,,,,. , ,.,.., ,.,, ,,,Z, , W, ...W W Sophomore Cheryle Lively "rocks oul" af Orienlalion dance. MV- Wuflzi and Kellll Elliwi. Head BOY. Spealf 57 we Sepfember 9 9-I6 I6 29 Ocfober 6 7 I6-20 20 3I November 4 I I - I8 23 29 December 7 22 January I7 25 26 February 2-3 I0 I4 I6 March 2 I9 23 28-30 April - I 5 . 20 26 27 ' 30 May 3-4 I0 24 25 29 3I June 6 6 6 Activities Calendar Firsl' Semesfer Begins Sophomore Orien'IaI'ion Orienfalion Dance Cilizenship Day Assembly Junior High lnsfallalion Homecoming Dance Uniled Way Drive Powder Puff Game Junior High Halloween Parly Senior Dance Junior Dance - Senior Class Play Thanksgiving Day Fall Vocal Concerf Career Day Holiday Assemblies ' Jr.-Sr. High Insfrumenfals Snow Sculpfure Dance Firsf Semesfer Ends Junior High All School Show Ero's Arrow Dance Junior High ValenI'ine's Dance Brofherhood Day Assembly Junior Breakfasl' and Sock-hop Junior High S+. Pa'r's Dance Key Club Dance' All School Show Final Elecfions Key Club Assembly Jefferson Ball Junior High Final Eleclions Sophomore Class Ring Dance Spring Vocal Assembly Drama Club Play Color Day Sr. High lns'I'allaIion Assemblies Senior Prom Yearbook Dance Senior Class Day Junior High Conlinuafion Second Semesfer Ends Graduafion I27 3 1 P Cheerleaders, bend, and Pep 1 Cowboys Se Healher Slevens, Junior Class Represenlaiive, leads winning Junior Class in song feslival compefirion. 1 Juniors brave freezing lemperalures fo decorafe Hweir class car. Pep Club Drill Caplain Kafhy Lampe, direcfs Pep C marching al praclice for Homecoming demonsirafion h inTo All-CiTy STadium before early SaTurday morning game wiTh WesT High School. cy Out" by Homecoming Spartans DespiTe a lacklusTer TooTball game wiTh WesT High School, and The absence OT TloaTs Tor The TirsT Time, The amounT oT spiriT generaTed aT TJ Tor Homecoming was aT an all-Time high. STudenT Council planned a "SpiriT Week" Trom OcTober 2 To 7 in which numerous ac- TiviTies were successTully accomplished. CompeTiTion beTween The classes was divided inTo Three divisions: The SpiriT STick, song TesTival, and car decoraTion. Awarded To The class wiTh The loesT dance aT- Tendance. hall decoraTions, and yelling aT The rally was The SpiriT STick, given To The Seniors. Rocking ouT wiTh Their original version oT "MidnighT Hour," The iunior sing- ers impressed The iudges and were granTed TirsT place. A yellow converTible TesTively decoraTed wrapped up vic- Tory Tor The Seniors, wiTh The Juniors a close second. The highlighf oT Homecoming Week was The 9:00 a.m. game in which The SparTans emerged The vicTors in a lopsided 34-O score. The week came To a close aT "Way OuT WesT," The annual Homecoming dance where Gayle WhiTaker reigned as queen. if Q.. Q- 2 - l 33 fiii VL X P U Q Q I Homecoming hall decoraTions geT The "woman's Touch Freshman Don Shapiro lakes a brealher af lhe Halloween dance Independent Sp: The darlc TJ gym, decoraled wilh orange. black, and while slreamers, greeled The Jun- ior High al lheir lirsl dance of The year, Wilches' Wingcling. The annual Halloween parly gave Junior Highers an opporlunily lo dance and socialize during 'rhe final hour and a hall ol 'fhe school day. The pulsaling rhylhm of lhe Leif Side Door echoed lhrough The darkened, hallowed halls as lhe parly came To a close wilh 'rhe slroke of six. Susan Payne ierlcs al Wilches' Wingdinq. Iled by Junior High Activities . , ,.. 5 g. K, ,FN M. . is, ,X .2 . 7.4, N I. 1 75 we Cindi MorTimer plays The organ aT Eigh+h grade parTy. Freshman couple make Their way down dance line aT Their class dance. SeparaTion from The Senior High again proved To be no handicap Tor The Junior High, as Tar as Their acTiviTies were concerned. Working independenTly, They had a Treshman dance in The Tall, a Halloween parTy. a sevenTh grade parTy in The winTer, a ValenTine's Day dance, an eighTh grade dance on ST. PaTriclc's Day, and a conTinuaTion ceremony and dance in June Tor Treshmen. OTher proiecTs of The Junior High were a dress-up day, a Teacher AppreciaTion Day, and drives Tor The UniTed Way, The Red Cross. and Goodwill. Because of The hours OT Tun and worlc involved in Their acTiviTies, The 'Feeling OT pride by TJ Junior Highers was easily explained. Jane Bosma, Krisly Gunning, and Bob Pringle ham ii up al' allernoon rehearsal. S 3 5 2' 4 2 r, Q 52 5 3 ll FZ 53 3 3 Mr. Harry Schanker, play direcfor, helps Bob Pringle wilh h llalian accenl' which he used in his role as Mr. Paravicini. Chrisiie's Chiller Challenging IH, if 2 by Q rf vfgdrfm Wi ,W .fx g ,i.Qf J - . Q Giles Ralslon, played by Orian l-lunler, lries io figure oul bizarre murders occurring in his house. l3Z in ylriii Chrisiopher looks on as Mr. Paravicini charms Mollie Ralslon. A dramaTic murder mysTery by AgaTha ChrisTie, "The MouseTrap," posed an al- mosT insurmounTable challenge Tor The Class oT I968 in Their class play-a chal- lenge only parTially successTul. The melodra- maTic conTenT oT This Two-acT play, pre- senTed on November io and I7, had To be more humorous Than dramaTic despiTe zealous perTormances by The eighT casT members. The drama concerns a demenTed young man who plans To murder The Three people responsible Tor sending his broTher, sisTer, and selT To a TosTer home, where They were misTreaTed, and, where his broTher sub- sequenTly died. The young man vows To lcill all Three persons who were blind To his childhood plighT. The TirsT "blind mouse" Turns up murdered in London, and The police suspecT ThaT The nexT murder will occur aT The counTry inn run by Mr. and Mrs. RalsTon wiTh The macabre-sounding name oT Monlsswell Manor. The guesTs aT The inn include Mr. Paravinci, an lTalian whose car brolce down in The snow1 Chris Wren, an abnormal adolescent The irriTaT- ing and domineering Mrs. Boyle: The mysTerious Miss Casewellg The reTired and disTinguished Maior MeTcalT: and Tinally The deTecTive lor so we Thinkl. Mrs. Boyle is Tound sTrangled and The Tension mounTs, Tor no one may leave The inn as iT is snowed in. All accuse each oTher. Even Mr. and Mrs. RalsTon disTrusT one anoTher when each Tinds evidence ThaT The oTher was in London The day oT The TirsT murder, al- Though boTh deny even being in London. AT This poinT, Miss ChrisTie decides To ouTdo MacbeTh in The "noThing is buT whaT is noT" jazz. TroTTer admiTs To Mollie ThaT he is The maniac and Tells her he is To lcill her. DespiTe her admoniTion l"You beTTer noT"l, he proceeds To sTrangle her. All oT a sudden, he hears The voice oT his beloved sisTer who Turns ouT To be Miss Casewell lThey iusT didn'T recognize each oTherl, and her voice makes him quiT lcilling Mollie. Miss Casewell explains ThaT her broTher is noT really TroTTer, when, lo and behold, respecTable Major MeTcalT says ThaT he is The cop and has been waTching all. Even The RalsTons work everyThing ouT when They discover ThaT They wenT To London To geT each oTher anniversary presenTs. The acTing in The Senior Class Play was excellent The play iTselT leTT someThing To be desired. B ' 'Ti--ifinifli., T..-s.....,. I i , Tim Jane Bosma .... KrisTy Gunning .. Orian l'lunTer .. Karen MaisTo .. STeve Miller .. Jim PraTT .... Bob Pringle .... Jay RadeTslcy Dodie Dosh .... Cindy l-lockom Linda Klein ....... Mr. l-larry Schanlqer CAST RI . . . Miss Casewell .. Mollie RalsTon .. Giles RalsTon Mrs. Boyle .. Major MeTcalT ChrisTopher Wren .. Mr. Paravicini . . . DeTecTive TroTTer Technical DirecTor AssisTanT DirecTor ....... PrompTer . . . DirecTor S Wi+h weaTher condiTions Tavoi able, The long awaiTed WinTer Cai nival commenced on January 22 The TirsT acTiviTy was The sno' sculplruring conTesT held in Th Tields behind The school. All oT Th classes were required To louil sculpTures of animals Trom boolc The winning Senior Class we awarded Color Day poinTs Tor The massive enTry oT "Tick-Toclc Croc. The repTile enemy oT CapTain l-loc in PeTer Pan. The Class oT '70 cor sTrucTed The whale, Moby Dicl Juniors carved Babe The Blue O: Trom The Paul Bunyan yarns. STL denTs were noT only rewarded wiT a good Time Tor Their labor, bL received a TeaTure arTicle on Th picTure page oT The Denver Pos' AcTiviTies were concluded o Thursday, January 25 in The T gym aT "DriTT." The carnive dance. The LeTT Side Door prc vided The loeaT unTil Ten. whe sTudenTs venTured inTo The cold Tc laTe-nighT acTiviTies. i .iw , 2 . fb: T, ,gin 1 if , CompIeTe wifh blue dye is Juniors enTry of Babe The Blue Ox Sophomores creaTe Moby Dick ouT of snow and ice. Hd ,,., . Soph Dance - A Real Ringer The "Summer+ime Blues" slruclc The Sophomore class early This year. On April 27, from 8:00 lo I l:OO, Sophs congregaled singly or in couples in The TJ gym +o receive class rings and lo "rock our" al lhe annual ring dance. Sophs displayed crealive dancing abilily and engaged in spiriled conversalion amid a summer gar- den decor. Rhylhmic music by Beelhoven's Soul added The lin- ishing 'rouch lo an already memorable evening. Pleased wilh lhe Class of 1970's new class rings, Ginger l"Chiqui1'a"l Gemmill displays lypical look of Sophs al' 'fheir ring dance. Sophomores Margo Mueller. Julie Luiz, Kem' Brawner, and Brian Berge converse during one of lhe band's breaks. RecenTly iniTiaTed NFL members. Sophomores Pam Flynn and Bill Carlson, pracTice The Technique of superior exTemporaneous speaking. .2 , sc ii Miss Kasdorf. speech coach, helps l6 aT TJ. I36 fd" 6 direcT The speech congress held January Donna McDonald, TJ's girl represenTaTive To The ShaTroTh speecl' conTesT speaks aT The NFL Congress hosfed by TJ. X Speech Meets Demand of Excellence A dedicaTed group oT sTudenTs, who gave up SaTurdays T and unTold hours oT Tree Time To represenT The school ThroughouT The sTaTe was The TJ speech squad. AlThough mosT members oT This year's Team were Tairly inexperienced. The oraTors broughT home many laurels. ln sTaTewide com- peTiTion, TJ Took Third place in The Pikes Peak lnviTaTional Speech TournamenT held in Colorado Springs, and placed TourTh in The Regis College Advanced Forensic Tourna- menT. SparTan speakers also Tared well in The DisTricT and STaTe MeeTs. UndaunTed by The minor publiciTy received wiThin The school, The speech squad produced enviable re- sulTs. CALENDAR PracTice MeeT Aurora Hinkley High lnviTaTional Colorado Springs lnviTaTional Denver Public Schools lnviTaTional WheaT RidgeeLakewood lnviTaTional LiTTleTon-Arapahoe NFL Congress November 7 November ll December 2 December 9 December I6 January 6 Thomas Jefferson High School ShaTroTh ExTemp ConTesT Manual High lnviTaTional Regis College lnviTaTional Aurora CenTral High lnviTaTional John Kennedy High Rocky MTn. Speech Conf. UniversiTy of Denver lnviTaTional Ranum High CiTy DebaTe Tourney Denver STaTe Finals NFL DisTricT Finals January I2 January I3 January 20 February 3 February 9-I0 February IO March 9-IO March 29-30 April 5-6 l f . r K Q A' T .JLW , lr'- Tom Flohr as The Ragpiclcer defends The maTeriaIis+s aT "Trial" Irma lMarieTTa Bairdl Talks wiTh The deaf-muTe lRandy MarTinesl aT a cafe scene from The play. conducTed by The Madwoman. The Mad Woman Strikes Again! A play considered by mosT criTics as one OT The Top Twen- Ty-Tive OT The cenTury. "The Madwoman oT ChailloT." was chosen by The Solo'quians Drama Club Tor Their annual pro- ducTion. The French play, wriTTen by Jean Giraudoux, was presenTed in The TJ audiTorium on March 28 and 29. The seTTinq OT The play is Paris and basically involves a conTlicT beTween The Madwoman, CounTess Aurelia, porTrayed by Alice Field, and The PresidenTs and ProspecTors who sTrive To desTroy Paris To reach a pool oT oil underneaTh. The play discusses The maTerIalism oT The PresidenT as opposed To The value oT individual. love. compassion, and undersTanding OT The CounTess. The experT inTerpreTaTion by The casT resulTed in meaningTul undersTanding Tor The audience. iijiiif, may 1? 3' if T ,f - . The madwoman lAlice Field. Ann Beradini. Jane Bosma, and Adele Lennigl pose on The sTeps of The seT. I37 Seniors Jeff Hurley and Krisry Gunning sing medley from "Wes+ Side Sroryf' AL 4' XV L Sophomores Linda Frederick Hopi and Karen Harvey perform inierprefarive dance +0 The Members of -the Spring Valley Singers music of "Hud." I38 W by W WQJMW r Wa, ZZWW1 X JQMXQQJMJAA 1:1 !Q0f6QQLJ!!WfkfMay Brin Junior Craig Janiischlce rehearses for his piano solo. Happy Era" to TJ Their folk music. Two nighls in May became memorable addilions lo The Happy Era-Jrhe high school years. The annual All School Show rhis year fearurecl rhe Jralenl acls of many senior high sludenis. Presenled on May IO and ll in ihe TJ auclirorium, Jrhe show ulilized lhe idea of "yes'rerday, Jroday, and lomorrow" wilh "The Happy Era" being lhe high school years. The ac'rs consisied of iollc singers. vocal and piano solos, dances, slcils, insirumenial pieces, and an elecironic disc dance. The disc dance was an experimenial modern dance wriH'en and performed by 'rhe modern dance class. Elecironic corn- puier music was used for ihe score and Jrhe dancers siomped meial discs allached ro +heir feel info +he floor. Tubes and bodies were also used 'lo creale modern arl- forms. Creafiviry. originali+y, and a high degree of professionalism made "The Happy Era" a success. Senior Don Ware presenis comedy monologue ala Bill Cosby Honorary Cade? Georgia Kirk and Mr. Mackey, Principal, posi 'rhe colors al' beginning of The Nalional Honor Sociely assembly. Villian Carllon Bainbridge lMarlc Carllonl sneers a+ l'he annual yearbook assembly. I40 l i i Assemblies Program Wide Variety q A diverse variely of educalional, honorary, and enlerlaining as semblies again was presenled 'ro TJ siudenis. Programs preseniec by clubs, sludeni council, music groups, and 'rhe faculry were give wiih exceplional zeal, and were received equally well. One of Th more memorable assemblies was lhe Fisher Body Company at sembly, where a forecasl' of lhe fuiure was given. Siudenls wer explained fhe dangers of drug and narcoiic abuse in anoihe Sludenls were honored wi'rh assemblies such as rhe Nalional l-lon Sociely and The Le++ermen's assemblies. Examples of enleriainin assemblies were numerous vocal and inslrumenial concerls and 'rh annual Arislocral assembly, Providing a respile from 'rhe busy sc day as well as an opporiunily io learn ouiside The classroom. semblies proved lo be a beneficial. iniegral parl of The scl experience. Audience reacfion was usually favorable 'ro mos? of lhis year's assemblies. Disirici' Alforney McKeviH and Dr. Fox answer sfudenl queslions abouf drug and narcolic use. lnterfainmenf gdlm FX Vs i 9415? na' f' KEW Mr. John Traylor, represenfalive from 'rhe Fisher Body Company, describes fulure fransmilling safellife. 1 li , Vy, :gy wkjxxi. 'GN . 1 :Ks px! -1-'V -n vu -in" fn uw .s Hero Hecfor Skyscraper lPaul Arendll is admired by heroine Lillle Nell lRandy Lulzl and her parenfs lRuss Giles and Cheryl Hansenl during fha yearbook assembly. l4l Tahaof Talent Toklat "The Tell-Tale Toyshop" The enTire Junior High School uniTed To make Their annual all-school show, "The Tell-Tale Toyshop," a booming success, boTh Tinancially and by The audience's recepTive re- sponse. FiTTeen TalenT acTs were Tied TogeTher by a sTory wriTTen by Mr. KenneTh Jus- Tice. boy's advisor. The sTory concerned an orphan girl who opens a Toy shop and The Things ThaT happen in The shop. The Junior High Show Band and The lEighTh Grade Chorus provided musical enTerTain- menT. Ticl:eTs were sold by The Freshman Service Club Tor The exTravaganza held on The TirsT and The second OT February. I42 Freshman girls perform dance To The "March of The Toy Soldiers." iii .2 , lla Eighfh Grade girls Torm dance line To The song, "The Baby ElephanT Walk EnTire casl' assembles on sTage Tor The Tinale. 4' r 5 f? The US Male provided 'rhe music for fhe wellealfended Senior Class lurn-around dance 5, W .1415 sa if ,ao Swingincj senior girls "show 'rheir sluffn af Kickapoo Joy Jump Seniors Turn Out for Turn-Around Dance Kickapoo Joy Jump, a Sadie Hawkins Day Dance held on November 4, was added lo The lisi of aclivilies for The Senior Class. While conlidenr senior looys wailed by iheir phones, senior girls had The unique opporlunily of gelling rhemselves a dale for The Salurday niqhl clance. The TJ gym resounded from 8 Till Il wilh l'he bear ol: lhe US Male. .. . . lm sure you gel sick on only one." I43 The proiecTs oT a sTudenT council can only be suc- cessTul when They have The compleTe supporT OT The 1 'ff .,-.p I 'i f' Q1 . ' . . r ' sTudenT body. This year, beTTer communicaTion be- T i T 15, 214 iZf??j3V'Q,sf 'i Tween The sTudenT council and The sTudenT body, pri- , Q 2 f fo i marily because oT The Re-presenTaTive Assembly, , TL- Q 6. V, council-sponsored acTiviTies were beTTer received. STudenT council planned mosT oT The year's dances, V, T, orienTaTion Tor new sTudenTs, The UniTed Way Drive lincludinq The powder puTT TooTball gamel, The pres- 'fWQ1"l?!lff17!iQfgj' enTaTion oT Tood basl4eTs To The needy aT Thanlcsgiv- ,W5i7r7J1f.l!7f!1i702f ing, The WinTer Carnival, Color Day, and a hosT oT oTher acTiviTies. The enThusiasm oT The council ap- peared To be conTaqious as The sTudenT body par- TicipaTed acTively, giving The council proiecTs a new and useTul signiTicance in The school. Council Proiects Propel Sfuclenf Body TJ's Denver Dry Goods' Fashion Board member, Carre Lindeman, is inTerviewed by KlMN's Ross Reagan aT The Place in The downTown Denver. TJ was hosTed on December I6. Junior girls pracTice Their gridiron skills before The annual powder puTT TooTball game held in OcTober. Proceeds wenT To The UniTed Fund. I44 ff -3: Eiiliiiii ,, i 1 - 1 8 s ' L' is l' T T ' is T' is s T. 'T 6 fi. ll , LLL,, fgg if , , t P Ei- s T l z fkk",, - Was, A I f l - miflkifiiflliigiiii- 'Q' .li 'lil' ff V151 i5E'f5Wl.QS E535 Q 'F "W" va, ,.: - ix . ' " 1 . Q T T if 4 ., 2, ef Kgs its T Q ss 4 ATTer a week of suspense Trying To Tind ouT meaning oT PLEAK, Senior girls demonsTraTe aT Friday noon rally Tor WheaT Ridge game. Pep Rallies Spartans To Victory if i T ai.- . s,ss .s Coach Day, Head FooTball Coach, gives TJ's sTraTegy Tor GW game aT SepTember rally. The gusTo and Tervor oT The year's rallies again proved To SparTan aThleTes ThaT They had The un- divided supporT OT The sTudenT body. Cheerleaders led The school in new and unusual cheers, while pom- pon girls enTerTained rally crowds wiTh various dance rouTines. Devices such as whisTles and The spiriT sTiclc encouraged sTudenTs To display Their school spiriT. WiTh The help of The adminisTraTion and The coaches, TJ showed all compeTiTors supremacy in The sTands as well as on The Tield. Senior Sheryl RalsTon shows how TJ will roll over LongmonT aT rally Tor sTaTe quarTer-Tinal game. I45 ! 0 A 4 we l ,lf Q m,1. ,,AA fm , 'l , xr Royalty Slancling alone, a symbol of class spiril, beaufy, ancl unify. The single choice of a class for a shorl momenl' bul' re- membered in lhe hearls of all who wilness The kiss, 'rhe fears, and 'rhe humilily. 2 iwf 7, wf.:fye V- ,Q 1 Miss Sandy Hiclrs, Princess "G !" J roovy, man unior Jeff Lyman seems lo say as Ann Berardini loolcs on. 'Way Oul' Royalty Revolving reileclions seeped lhrough lhe moody room, penelraling The darkness lo bring The flash oi viclory lo every person allending TJ's i967 Homecoming Dance. Psychedelic swingers, "The Posl-War Baby Boom," organized 'lhe offbeal sym- bolic songs, echoing in lhe Weslern lown gym 'From 9-IZ. Reileciing anolher viclory, Co-Caplain foolball player Ron Sondrup crowned Gayle Whilalcer Homecoming Queen. Princesses Sandy l-licks and Diane Wyble compleled lhe courl' as Jrhe moon rose high over presenl and pasl TJ sludenls, compleling 'lhe nighl of Oclober 7lh. Miss Diane Wyble, Princess 1 N E, - A i 2-.iffvzmzffl :S -i 2'?Wi':2'ii:?Yf-A1 i Miss Le Luvin "Turn o ann Maul' princess Miss Pafsy Venufi, Princess Over ZOO people sauniered ihrougli ine Calrlny Lines was chosen sweeilweari' by lner class iunnel of love info Jrhe gym on November af "Luv." Oiher heariihrobs were Leann Maul and IIHW where They danced To 'flue Kandy Palsy Venufi. "Luv" was good Hmes for The Class Srore Proplmers from 9-I2 P.M. of '69, 7,7 , vc- , sr, ,. T- X ggi as x f I-1-Q Mr. Rolrey ScoTT Ss Mr. Mark CarlTon 2?R1Qf Mx?aH3f1!'Q2WsQwL ia TJ's approved love-in, Eros' Arrow, allowed The feminine half oT The school To inviTe and escorT ThaT special someone To The annually celebraTed TwisT. ThoughTTul girls paid Tor The evening meal and creaTed Terribly beauTiTul corsages Tor Their beaus. lThose unTorTunaTes who were noT privileged wiTh These TreaTs were reporTed eaTing The oTher boys' corsages.l The boys were mosT appreciaTive when Their daTes provided TransporTaTion. Milce Snow was named King Eros midway Through The Three hour dance. Mark CarlTon, Rolcey ScoTT, and Robbie Schumacher made up The remaining courT. The Tour candidaTes were selecTed by The Senior High Red Cross, sponsor OT The aTTair. A high-spiriTecl crowd hung on every lyric, beaT, and vibraTion oT The halTway sensaTional Beggar's Opera Company. The chaperones could clearly see ThaT everyone was Thoroughly enioying Themselves. Linda Frederic concenTraTes on her dancing Technique. Mr. Robbie Schumacher Eros' Arrow Proves Fatal Mr. Mike Snow, King Eros 1 Valentine King and Queen Mr.f Pkiuli Hardy and Miss Debbi Thompson I54 i M Cloud 9 Hangs High Once again, ihe Junior High ioined iogeiher on February I4+h for 'iheir Vaieniine's Dance, Cloud 9. All 'rhree grades were iubilani when dismissed from 'rheir laie afiernoon classes fo aiiend ihe biggesi social gaihering of The year. The gym was gaiiy decoraied wii'h red and whiie sireamers from a giani' heari hung in 'rhe cenier. Reireshmenis of pop and cookies lcepi' 'rhe young sei going beiween band breaks. The mosi exciiing momeni was when Paul Hardy and Debbi Thompson were crowned King and Queen. Their couri included Kip Bass and Linda Jewell, Peie Crowley and Jamie Paiierson, and Milce Gerber and Ann Broadhursiz The Livin' Ends pui on a greai performance for a mosi successful Junior High aciiviiy. w Miss Linda Jewell and Mr. Kip Bass Mr. Pefe Crowley and Miss Jamie Palferson Mr. Milne Gerber and Miss Ann Broadhursl' Mr. Paul Arencll' and Miss Nancy McShane Jefferson Ball Celebrates A Rare Collection The evening of April 2Olh was marlced by a birlhday iribule To Thomas Jefferson. an ou+s+anding Presiclenl' and man. A model of placid Monlricello was used 'ro depicl The mood of l8+h ceniury Virginia counlryside. Mr. Tom Wadlinglon and Miss Susan Horner were crowned as rhe Presideni and his Firsi Lady. Mr. Paul Arendl and Miss Nancy Mg:Shane and Mr. Randy Walson-and Miss Debbie Mercer were The ailendanis. ll was a liberally conservalive pariy. The Bakersfield Charler made 'rhe musical conlribulionq an exciiing firsl performance ai TJ. The Journal hosied a well-planned ball 'from 9-I2 in a cleverly Jrrans- lormed gym. A happy lime a +hough+ful look, expresses Bob Inman 'io Margie Miss Debbie Mercer and Mr. Randy Walson Kleiger. l56 p I w 1 l V I 1 i 1 1 I Z Y 1 1 5 I s I Q v D x i 1 l I L 1 Miss Krisfy Gunning, Princess Miss Claudia Hardy, Princess "Aufumn to May" Final Encore Af lasf fhe Class of '68 was graduafing. Their lasf class dance, rhe Senior Prom, was a mixfure of feel- ings. Some reminisced fheir pasf six years af TJ and found fhemselves regreffully leaving. Some were elafed fo find fheir high school career fulfilled, yef were apprehensive abouf fhe fufure. Some were simply enioying fhe evening of colcefail parfies, dining in exclusive resfauranfs, fhe prom ifself, and fhe casual gef-'roqefhers afferwards. The formal affair was sophisficafed yef relaxed, as fhe Seniors indulged in conversafion in fhe lobby of 'fhe Cosmopolifan, and mingled while dancing fo Wayne Case and his Orchesfra in fhe Silver Glade Room. Everyone grew excifed wifh anficipafion as fhe coronafion drew near. Sally Wiederspan was be- sfowed fhe fradifional lciss by Tom Wadlingfon, Senior Class Presidenf. Princesses were Krisfy Gunning and Claudia l-lardy. "Aufumn fo May" 'lerminafed fhe life of a class. May 25+h-rhis is fhe end. J Color Day Queen candidaTes show why They were nominaTed. "Emerald Haze Brighfens Colorful Day." As usual, Color Day was The mosT Tun-Tilled experience oT The year. The early-rising sTudenT body clarnored Through The halls To The morning assembly. laughing and iolcing while NFL members peddled carnaTions. The sTorybool4 Theme oT The Wizard aT Oz leTT The sTage Tilled wiTh poppies. depicTing The Tield DoroThy had To cross To reach The greaT land oT green. There The class queens were crowned. Teri Primaclc, lvlerilee SeTTle, and Karen l-larvey were Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Class Queens. Each class had Three diTTerenT enTerTainmenTs in honor oT iTs nominees. ATTer a plea Tor supporT oT The Traclc meeT and a word oT cauTion on The mounTain roads, The already-gay group bursT ouT oT TJ's doors To explore picnic spoTs Tor The aTTernoon. The winner oT Color Day was once again The Senior Class, barely squealcing, by The Juniors in The year-long race involv- ing conTesTs Trom Homecoming compeTiTion To Goodwill collecTion. Tom WadlingTon vicToriously accepTed The Trophy aT- Ter crowning Teri Primaclc, a sTunning Color Day Queen. A yellow-briclc road led The sTudenTs Trom The ceremonies in The audiTorium To The gym, decoraTed according To The pal- ace oT emeralds. The "Dux" played soul Trorn 9-I2 P.lv1. Tor The overwhelming crowd. May I7Th was one Color Day no one should have missed. 63. T 1 Miss Merilee Se++Ie, Junior Queen Miss Karen Harvey, Sophomore Queen Senior Color Day Princesses S- x .sf 'fifi P ig 1 ff' 5 1- M 5 f I62 Miss Ani+a DeTar Miss Linda Gerber Junior Color Day Princesses Miss Anne Berarclini Miss Jan Wanner Sophomore Color Day Princesses Miss Juiie Luiz Miss Caihy Thurmon 1 'Eff ,WR " g 1 1- L'm,- ,, ' fb ? i?H 15,4 Vi' xx! K ww x Y ' 55,32 25353 Efif Eff if B g, 'WWW Miss Mary Kramer V Miss Sheryl Ralsfon Senior Princesses Junior Princesses Miss Paula Bluebaugh Miss Marii Burns Miss PaHy Schaff Miss Diana Wafson Sophomore Princesses 1 ' n ' ' l i l . il f' l A if h. L,... - pjwi "W" i , Jenny Whalen discovers The aTmosphere of romance and mysTery creaTed in The Hawaiian mood. f'N Miss Jeannie Lines, Sophomore Queen Will. aff Q-Q: HT "' as if iifflf ixzfixsllilfigilf S' wk Miss Lise BrinTon, Junior Queen "Holi Aki Lu" The happy and relieved yearbook sTaTT disTribuTed Their ArisTocraT on May 29Th aT Their annual dance. "l-lali Aki Lu," which means "l Love You" in l-lawaiian, served as The name oT The SouTh Sea island Theme. Palm Trees encircled The dance Tloor wiTh a high-rising waTer- Tall aT one end oT The gym. Each class queen was crowned wiTh an orchid lei. The Junior Queen was Lise BrinTon and The Sophomore Queen was Jeannie Lines. The Senior Class boughT The nnosT yearbooks and Lynne l-lokr was announced as Miss ArisTocraT. The ArisTocraT is "Denver's l:inesT Yearbook." The ArisTocraT dance is "TJ's besT dance OT The year." ae-"Til" l65 ALBUM Sevenlh Grade Eighih Grade .. Freshman Class Sophomore Class Junior Class Senior Class . .. Hall of Fame .. ,gm , i w,,. .4,i,K,,m 'Elf' Hx. 1:4 f . ' --Q - A ,. K ,' ,.-. -w F551-',f.. f r,,,,,s, t WL. ,1 4, K WMF ,.4,.,,.N......,M., .ww , mm ', V ., - P' ' tin, I f'l:'i.f5ag,Q3n:. , ,, , ' vw-fWm.,. , .. ,,.nr,,,.. , , , 'V k V1 'img-5-Uawawswu. . -,L,, ', lfff: 5 2, , , V ' A v ' 1 fy V. 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This day ended six years oT waiTing, six long years oT anTicipaTion Tor The newly-assembled SevenTh Grade Class. WiTh The capable direcTion oT Their sponsor Mrs. Jane Colvin and The Tine leadership OT The class oT- J A Ticers, They loegan To make new Triends and Torm The spiriT and uniTy ThaT helped Them aTTain success in such proiecTs as The UniTed Way Drive, Goodwill Drive and The SevenTh Grade ParTy. Now, aT The end of an exciTing year, These SevenTh Graders have noT only learned To Think louT To care, To Think buT To dare. . Learning Today Scholarly oTTicers Becky Malm and Dennis Boyd consulT dicTionary Tor 1 l T wording OT Their council consTiTu- ' f, IOFI. li l ill T wire' f, ,,,5,,,sas,,,e,., M f I W in '11-1 Tim 11, '''CT'3Si3EiE5w32?,i'-32221527 sw fmreaags f12"2ii'iEf,i.. .asiafii-?'?si:S2wfi12, , 1as,.i,w,,,wusmW,,,n.wT 112- was szviesmispw, ,?,,s,,qes,-. E T Gm :fri-me ,.,,,,,,s q.,,. , L, ,,,. 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United We Stand I ew., . i 'VA' Diefrich. Gay ,r -. -, V . ,3 Dillion, Daryl Y ,W " Dillion, Mary Qi .5 V 255' yn 9 'Z A Q J ,gh . 'YY' I ive pl ' iffy . ,. , f rr, f A r 6 , ' ,sei . . 'rx : , 551: Tyff I V. V ' , . nie guziagzlv 'i .fi xxx' zu e, J? ,, ' -5 JV W 4, s . .WV ' I -vi :lv i q i- r , 4, 5. Z 1-. 5 Qi? ' , A fm if W Q A A M vb 5 1 W 1 g +, V at fa ee 3 r L ,gn ,:, R My - it , ,X -er ei In Vi ,,,-.Y 'K' i 7 I ' gg In irq 1 gr' - sf lv Si i MX 1 Diniaman, Troy Douglass, Lori Draper, Terri Driver, Marilyn Drummond, Laurie Dulce, Richard Dunlap, Dana Eckels, Melanie Eclcels, Richard Edgar, Casey Edwards, Joni Elzi, Ernesi' Emrick, Paula Engels, Mary Ann Evans, Julie Carlson, Bob Cook, Joe Dansdill, Joyce Dickinson Jenny K -ea 'H 1 ,:,J ,V 4 - G 3 1-A Effie ,ff fix Q ,N , H? 1 x 'R , 4 ..v. H, Q .R..M.,g F at if a it X i V -- , ,Q if ,fs 3 H, M Farquhar, Shannon Fausl, Paula Ferry, Casey Findlay, Barbara 1 '.- 'X W 'fi Lv. . Fink. Luann Fisher, Mark Flanagan, Mike Fle+cher, Sfephanie , z 14' ., 5 s J, y , an X In 'Q 1,5 thi ff." 'Q 1 ' 5 6 - . Q . T nr s, V, Za 4.1: nj 'Z 'Ni I ei- in Flefchinger, Don Fl y n n , P a Hy Fo rsefh , J a n Fo rs yrh . M a rsh a B 3 K 'MP' ' are YN ' Q X U . 31 ,af "Nr We 'fyrw f WN i ww '-'11 ' R W ,.. . ,V fa W 'E if : o 1- f i V l X W 1 Hi ,, , 5. Frazier, Sue Frazin, Mike Freed. Jane Fullerlon, Paula ,Lea A ya.. - -. F . if . Q -fl W' gi 5 an - F fs. r ., se, ' 5 F I ew, ' ,gfiiliqf f ill fl 'Li 4 f . SH A Galloway, Ann Gammill, Jacqueline Garrechi, Calhy Gerber, Curl yeeli F 5 fr' . , , by x , Wg, ,,,,,.,.,, , -Nw, 'i ' A 1 lx., ffl- 2 .,,' V .A-,- .V - . - xi, f J 1 ,,,. , . Z 57 ff' slr is if rr xg! 592 E, 4' ' xi' f ' ia' , 5 3- i . , Q U , ' 5 iii? - . aiir reie 4 mx fi Gilbert Graves, Gufhrie. N a n cy G re g Do u g Gilberls, Granf, Guzofsky, Jim Kevin M i ke Glaspey, Gray, Halliwell, Roberr Susan Donna Golrenborg, Guerfner, Hamburg, David Tom Sfephen Hammergren, Wayne Hansen, Kafhy Harding, Susie Harris, Don Hari, Tom Harvey, Scofl' Hayes, Marianne Heddens, Kimber Hefner, Hugh Helander, Don Henderson, Judy Hendrickson. Cheryl Henrschel, Wendy Herr, Becky Herren, Debbie ffffd "Wood" if or wouldn'+ if M7 asks Richard Siewa rf. ' f?.Fj?6. ' kk ri 2 J, , A Q ?vV.Wi K ra W', xfwv in . . . . .. , ii L F-Q. 'm ga ' -A "' ' " 4 if Q5 , if y W??a .21-, f . I 'vt I 1-as f Q. . if .54 " P- 'iz ' - '---.L HE? Keables. Mike Keefover, Ann Keenan. Maureen .g.4,.,.a 'Q Xl 1- iy H . ' . ' 1 I A ee,, lrkr , ,,, .V 1 , V 'M ...ra ,Q -5 ' wi K. J' -, w or iiwqa .Ea in .aa H .J e'ne C 4 a 6 2 "Q 5' f i . fl f iwum , Kerby. 5. ,gr f. . Sieve Kimsey. Sieve Kinsey. D a n enlg , ,1'L "'7""i'7f I sf . li i. -V 3-. sg., 3-'U' L sw? . 3 .b 1.4.48 ,..-an .. 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John Macaluso, Randi MacNeiIl, Barb Maguire, Jeannie Malm, Becky Mann, Dulce Markham, Denise Marrs, Linda Marshall, Jill Marlen, Rick Marlines, Bernie Maruska, Jennifer Mayer, Jill Mead, Gary Mealcins, Bruce Meisrer, Judy Mickelson, Michelle Miller, Bobby Miller, Jimmy Miller. Robin Miller, Sieve Mongrain. Ann Moon, Lincla Moore, Rhonda Morrison, Paul i I in ig Qi We :QQ sig . 135 N ig, Sq, f 5 "fi" gz... ' S. Sir: x 5 : 1- . - FUR, 1 W, Y , A " f, i , .YN V t L V f if X 1' ? G J Q 1 " , .K w .fl 1, , ggi, ' Tillie fi N-ie , 2' rll V? ,MQ Jig, -f ff ' f A eele . R K I E i fl 'X 'Z fin an 5.-View mai' " ' -, :fi fav:-g.:,,,: , , , H ffsgffgsi' -M, . STL H' ,fin ii' Q k '75 f Q ,, 2 -ff.r Q Vg ,R l ,... , ,,,,, ,i,,,. - 1' ' ' Tlviiiifrfvffilffyiuiil Wil - f' . , X f ew' "N GN ' 1' . . v- , Y Lg. f- 1- 2 + ix . J :fl ,QAZQQW vi gi Q "dxf I- l, 'i' I, WI., f is J' 143 V' si .N J, -Q 6 K I " fi 'I ' ' Ll Lf ,::w:.,. ' .,.. 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Debbie Reed, Gary Reed, lan Reffalr, Sieve Seventh Grade 1 I 2 --' - , I ' ...S i .rf l .qpuf 1' an f 11 h 1,5 ,I 1 -I, "" f 71 Y' P ,V QA qi- " V e i . 1 , if rim: J gy,g,fa ,- wiwfif, -f fr: . px alla il if gf A ,Q ,,, , M ll R aal r B 'AN ' " 'fx 1 ,rrra f IL H 'Q i Tflfr - Q -'Ml A 4 . iii. I 'ist " R 4- ,,' l iii .1 ' yy U li ,Q Reid. R ille r, Scofl Cindy Rex, Roberlson, Bra d Vicki Ribbing, Rodger, Ca rl Gail Rice, Rosh. M a rk Ly n d a Rice. Ruperl. Ro bi n R oxa n e Richardson, Saviers, Becky Bill Richey, Schellenqer. D a n a Do u g , 5 S, . m "1 ngig 3 X 4, .,7. i' A fig f. 1 Z " :wi v 5? M ' like .ir , , f Lf , ,!, ,. ,gig Z -- V fgfzi yy . I JL 139,19 ii x i A WY? ai x i ' Wa W l fs-me . S L AF 4 If 'i 25? ,, gf,jQ,15,, , if " ff ' 5 5? VF, . " W r . rt. .s. - Schiebel, Mark Schmidt Chuck Schriener, Greg ' Shedd. Corwin Shiefy. Faye Shinn, Debbie Shorr, Jeff Siekmeier, Kuff Skoglund. Brenda Smirh, Gary Smilh. Jacque Smiih, Rod Smifh, Sco'r+ Spahr, Cindi 'Aft 4 l i, ya. 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Bonnie Suzanne Diane Scoil' Speed, Siringer, Underwood, Wagner. Calhy Jeff Kalhie Susie Siasiny, Suifin, Urie, Walberg, Kip Mark Terri Kuri' Sfephens, Tail, Veafch, Wall, Paula Peggy Lori Chrisfine Slephenson, Thomle Vessels, Wallhers, Mark Carl Sieve Bruce Sloffel, Timchula, Vick Roy. Ward. David Judy Sandy Holly Sfoffel, Tourney, Vonderheid, Ward, Sieve Kalhy Mike Nancy Cracks the Big Time i s f ""' --- i ' gig, I' Vx ia I ww if , ' iid ,i' 3 My 2- iz ' K, C Y , ,i , I -il is 155, I C kia rf l 'Vi-A ,if f., gf -rw 1 GTI? aww "i' C' in 1 '-Q is ' , in 'LJ 'fy F Wardin, Charles Whilley, Chris Wiebold, Heidi Wilhelm, Gayle Williams. Debbie Wills. Mariory Wilson, Caihy A, Wilson, Denise Wilson, Laura Wilson, Polly Woodruff, Larry Woods, Mark Yeager, Brad Zaler, Howard -"" fvm:fm,55,,M.x5, ,, 9 , A , 1' :wry Y.: :W-'PW 'vr f Af .fb. 1 ff W M, ,M Q u, N Ad Eighfh Grade The world broadens and like- wise 'l'heir expression. More sure of each forward foofsfep and less afraid of whal' is ahead. These caughi' in belween demand aH'en+ion and guidance. For 'lheirs is an impossible year. ff " "A' Eighth Grade otticers sitting are, ll to rt Margo Rechnitz, Representative: Harvey Bograd, Representative: Jane Watson, Girl President: David Miller. Boy President: Ellen Dumrn, Representative: and Ronnie Weil, Representative. Eighth Grade Rates Great An obvious change was apparent when the class ot '72 returned to TJ atter d summer vacation. No longer strangers in an s. untamiliar school, the class showed a new responsibility in both their social and aca- HQ demic endeavors. They gained a new ma- N' turity needed to win the respect ot the older students. The class tared well in Jun- ior High competition and celebrated their spirit at a class party. ' Council members question the,results ot the Canned Food Drive. l8O A, . , L 9 A2 fi ,E ,J L B , -i, 2" f f ' X .lf V- T., u 4 Q -in .K -33, ,ff I I r f 1 3 1' I' X ' im, I.. i v ff C if , . 4 1? B illfifffiii ii 3 1 for-n , 803222, Boiffley Brooks. Brouilelfe. Buifiii Bujlirry Ellen CYndl i 5 , ,B "Na Q Qtr Bowman, J. C. Brown, Bob Builer, Mark A , S J wi , i f B JP gf! df ,nz 'B ff? Afman. Barb Arqusf, Marina Augler, Greg Anderson, Cindy Anderson, Glenn Arilci. Mark Aufrey. Don Bahryclw. Sharon Baird, John Banks, Jane Baraslw, Diane Bar+leH', Carol Bramley. Jolnn Brown, Laurie Bulls, Marne Y if V W , X -D Yi? . '-in Jim N X li x 'K Bauer. Robin Baughman. Jennifer Bauman, Belle Bauman, Gregg Bayer, Linda Beck, David Beery, Bob Behel, Robin Behrenf, Carl Benson, Gail Blaclchall, Pai' Blomberg, Ann Braun. Slephen Browning, Lia Byrne. Dan JV' ig if f M ff r I. 'dd rm. -A J fl ia X 'il A W' an L+ L 'YW f . . , 1- iif..i3fs..', ,G in 0 Ai B F eq, ' ' aar Q4 , My 4 J 'Qi '19 i r . 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Anneffe Fraser, Joan if dw My R 1w,,,fz:':s::,U fi . I Eiqhih graders learn geography by coloring maps. sh.- , I A' I Ji r arrre , , i F D S, iso B fix .i sa qi, 1-. wggiin. 3 -1 x .1 4 . .v ififfffiiiiiifiiifi , ,U fifqfffsfsuffissifi ssgg 1, -fr:-gf: ' Fredric, Gail Funk. Casey Gammill, Mike Gianulis, Milfon Grant Mike i -J- . X-- ' --sr .. ., , . !, v z .P A . Y sf: ' -5:5 . 2 ve 0 X Q wi JQ1 ri I In ' JJ Freed, Julie Gage, Chris Garvey. Andrea Goodpasfer, Sally Gray, Susan Freehling, Rick Gaier, Dennis Gales, Nancy Gordon, Ann Green, Gary -r Q fgl' ig? W K '52 xl X - , X. S, .Sr A , f JC W f 2 -f Q 'ffiX...'gJ3g ' l,,..fsif,, Freeman Allen Galli, Phyllis Genova, John Graham. Chuck Greene, Sandy Greinelz, Marcee Griffiih, Gary Griiiiih. Jon Guard, Jeff Guenlher, Mickey Gurr, Jan Halleff, Duane Hammond, Tom Hansen, Kaihy Hansen, Sally Hardy, Tim Hargrove, Laurie Harris, Beih Harry, Becky Hari. Tom Halch. Randy Hein, Gerry Hendrickson, Bruce Hensley. 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Jeff Lidman, Cindy MacPherson, Dan Magoun, Dave May, Lisa 1 - V ' ' gif W., , ..1:-,it I' 'r :1 ' , M., 'M- Q ,L '32 ai, ,, Q W K 3 f 5 Vi- ' wil' 1 A Y v 'ii K Sign VB' sam an fi N l iii! o o o o , -md k Larson, Louise Lehman, Bev Lidman, Sandy Maesfas, Veronica Markham, Mariha Mayer, Teri M- -az' ie - ' 1,1 'M 5 X fi -, ,,,k' 'wg i r wif, sei 'ii ' Sa M CC a m m o n , J o l1 n M c l-l u g ln . S l'1 a ro n " ' . " ' 'ma 'SS 'P ,sf 'll gig . , as T i , 1 rrziifzaiw '0 5, 1 -. gave ewg,g.r,u ,.,1,:,,z,. X 5 9gJ:i9g9e.!,'Ns, " ,,:2.f5'f - ,1 -fjius-r' f - Zi.: -., wi, "1 1 fm H' " 1 7 . Milclwell. Diane Nelson, Charlene Pace. Mike Perry, Debbie McCarly, Yvonne Mclnfyre. Roberl- McClaugl1ry, Terry McNeill, Pal gl A-1 'H' its uw, f McColm, McCrary, Donna Tim Melniclc, Merer. Ma rlc Brad iddlemen Mature McCurdy, Diane Mickelson, Noelene Mode, Jim Norden, Bill Panella, Chuck Pefersen, Debbie ,N 2: ' a, V NL wwe . 5 , , 'i v E 'Q iii ""' , , . , 'Q w -aw wiv? 'QW em,?a we gwwlsw fwyil. rw , ,Q 'r .,,, i f ,firfi H .5 ,c,,.,, -ff, gf ,gk .1 err?-a, 5-ig.. Moller, Bob Norris, Muffin Parferson, Elaine Pelrey, Brenda Moore. Lydia Olcazaki, Bob Payne. David Pizac, Doug Moser, Mary Olafson, Roger Pearson, Darrell Pleyle, Mary Jo xi A - A, 551,-' ' 2' Ak.,, 77.--. .1 ., R 9 m Q X EV' ii x Maw Mueller, Don Oliver, Debbie Pearson, Eric Pollard. Lincla McDonald, Jan Millburn, Terry 4-.-. ,Q 1 '-, I ,- We Sin i lil ' JF W wx i 1 Q' 1 ,, Q r., . l 4 a,mt- . Q56 4 .A X . 4 1,521 zxriii' Mumme, Pam Olson, Sue Peay, Doug Powell, Jean McGhee, Milne Miller, David M. ,,. h I A 1 s A X ei I M in w 'vw W,: L Q.-4' v VZ, 1 . sffig .1 ,liikml 0 2, 'if' A' i-i"i iliiiu .,,, 1 pf JH Nelson, Debbie Ozman, Cindy Peri, Paili Praclro, Debbie I85 Mix i ' My .. A 'N i -we "" Pulver, Gary Rechnilz, Margo Rilchie, Nancy Ruppel, Debi ,f W J f 1 :L 'l W - - W s xg k 4 5 if fr in K , . .fm S 1 x X ak , V4 ' ' i Y I ' yu- g gi' , .N , 'fx Y I86 Pulz, Randle, Sleve Dave Reigan, Reid, Tim Marcia Roberlson. Richardson, Rick Rod Sadin, Saine, Mariie Sleve ir e 1 M al I ,i , -yyf Eg, .2,.,, - Q , , X F N 2, ,,. 'S , r1,r, I , Q ' " ,. .,,. 'Y 'fi .- irl I, ,,.-r 5 .' fr,,' : "" ,, ,ii f'1 ,,l ::,, ,,,. , , fl li 'X . J 'fl 9 fx I I, Qi 'vie--1 . , , Y' H , n h fa i J' , glib x . in L R 1 A ' 4 W 1' ' 5 xl, A J55. , ..,, u W K V, i, ,. , 5, , ' "Km: Rahawi, Pal Renalde, Jim Robinson, Sheryl Sander, Eddy K .. I 'X - .la I , Q. 1-wx , Z 1 ff aff ,. nk Railsnider, Carol Reuben, Randy Rogers. Carey Sanders, Julie Rankin, Linda Ribnik. Linda Rogers, Kalhie Sams, Linda 6 4, ' M if 'Sf V, ,-ws, 1 L L ' . -gf ,ima S ,Si ,ir , 1 Y' 3 if , E Ralslon, Barbara Richardson, Gail Roper, Lesley Schaible, Jackie Severinson, Joy Shaddock, Lynne Shanahan, Tim Sheeran, Mary Schelrik, John Shilook, Bob Shinn, Chris Sibilia, Laura Simmons, Bill Skaer, Sleve Skull, Cory Smilh, Mark Smilh, Renee Smilh, Susan Smilman, Jan Spangler, Lance Slacy, Sleve Slanley, Carrie Raydon, Sandy Rider, Kale Rosh, Diana Sellle, Ginny .4 Til ' ... 9 'V in is ..., , , H., ,..... ,1.W,, , , ..,,, A , ,,,,.,,i J ., ali X s J.. ?"f-ag wh, 9 ,, W i ls' .. 1 J J,-21 ' ' a N' as ' f afkvx Q H A ir' ,WM . 1 Tx i I " . i 14 A gg V ii- 'f in iaa fiiigi , 'w.X'-T- jf? '72 Takes the Cue Therrell, Jim Tilsley, Scofl' Van Benschoien, Dave ,,. - , 1 ,J iii a ir. Thompson, Jim Travis, Joe Van Porifliel, Tim Thompson, Peggie Trubey, Terry Vaughn, Bruce . , Q21 ,, - T 7" f TQT, J - Y, 1 Us il X in V, " , Y-e.'1"a sT ,,. I TTT ""- 5-'IN' Y TWVT sr Sfeen, Lance Sierling, Margie Slevens, Hawley Sievenson, Doug Sliles. Laurie Slrauch, Vicki Summers, Calhy Taylor, Ann Taylor, Carol Taylor, Mark Tellis, Ellen Tharp, Carol Thurmon, Linda Tulper, Howard Vaughn, Milla Q' Wagner. Mary Walker, Mary Wanner, Gail Wafson, Jane Walson, Palli Weber, Craig Wedum, Tana Weil, Ronnie Weslern, Kalhy Wham, Jeannie Wheislone, Janer Whilaker, Carol Whilman, Dick Williams, Anne Wills, Aulhur Winslow, David Wolf, Wendy Wrighl, Pal' Wright Shelley Wymore, Mindy Yeales, Randy York, Jim Bufler, Doug Reed, Debbie I , ' -r .Q , gf ir, 135 T A' ' ,sf'1,,,5i " . ig.w.:.y,x 'W , fri r yr-.rw vi: 'V 1 , ,- W, , ,,,.,,,. V ,,r,,,,, ,J r , ,,,,, , gk? af? 1 V aai A J ia', :gi , acairir 4. as T ' if ' , ' 'SMU :T eg,?Q:gi '2ewPM,- 4-rg J J. . 1 . V ,+L gl 5,Q5-,L L, I ' an, x ,.. fs aaf' ', A 5 21, A I I:- f-fr' I, .ir ' hi Q, J X a 'iifif V73 ' gx ,,"'1 I .WX V, , yi A' , ii' . af . 51" - flag.. - r 1 -usa, lg ' dwg . 1 .J ' . ,.a, W rrr, fl 'H ' if Q5- i , , 'fi f i , ,,..,r., , , or T e al ,,,y "5!?'T:3i:i 55" s f av . + if 4. 5, :,J""w, nge W sly, asa 2 sr 6 I P I87 2 K K ' .ff-,K Li 5 I 8 8 w sim-Qamsrveisfauz aw1s:em4 : 1:53 Freshman Class An ending ancl a beginning Freshmen face 'lhe fulure Wilh ideals unslable ancl a'H'i+udes flexible. Hopefully lhey anlicipale Regreflully 'lhey remember Bu+ sfrong lhey slancl. BRINTON Boy Presidenf SCHMIDT Girl Presiclenr F Troop Tramples Foes Jill Schmid? and Bill Brinlon supply leadership fo successful freshman acfiviiies. Freshman foolball 'fans congregaie around F Troop flag. Freshmen began The year wiTh enThusiasm which They in- corporaTed inTo all Their social and academic acTiviTies. Their aTTendance aT all Junior l-ligh parTies and Their eTTorTs in various drives made The class a valuable asseT To The enTire school. The selT-appoinTed nickname, "F Troop", uniTed The class inTo a hard-working and spiriTed Team which placed second in The UniTed Way Drive. Their Treshman year was climaxed by The TradiTional and well-execuTed ConTinuaTion exercises and dance, and Their TirsT nighT dance given by The ArisTocraT. As The year ended, The Freshman class once again became The youngesT as They eagerly accepTed The TiTle Sophomores and The sTaTus oT "Senior High." RepresenTaTives lead freshmen in achieving high goals. Bill McClearn RepresenTaTive Jeff Robinson RepresenTaTive Suzanne Day RepresenTaTive Peggy McShane RepresenTaTive Vll , in mf ,,,s,.i ff 'ii kai , e 3 in fi ""+f We ,Q lg ,... , . ,, Q, rim'- f gg i ,s jf? :Fu J Benneil, Laurie Berge, Brad 3 qs: 5,3 f ,W ,, A 13? 12 in-f .gs 4,525 ' ,ins , . aff A - if i s l r F ip " , k .:., A rdf alla' fggliigx N, ,Q 5 2. f , . 1 3 ,z , 55 ? H' I , . 3, W Cie i il: .'-7 W ' Bernecker, Jim Bernsfein, Jerry rf Si ' , ., Ks, ,,,,, ,gp ., ...H 33,5 ' ,Q w w 4 v, L k ex,- -1 f s ii ,Ng Ig Q, 25,1 an ' iill f B e u 'th e I , Ch a rl ie B iHl e, D a v i d H ' ,.,, ,W .eiieay -' , .,.. ,, ,km . X, Q.: ' 'fl 1111? f We we i f-as tau Jim . ,S-Ygrgi as-'MQ Mio l Class Aber, Dan Alberg, Barb Albi, Louanne Albrighl, Jan Alcorn, Joe Allen, Cindy Allsup. Sharon Anderson, Debbie Anderson, Jane Anderson, Jim Anderson, John Anderson, Pele Archer, Mark Ariki, Sandra Arminfrouf, Keifh Bixler, Jim Blakely, Cindy xr K s "5 b ., ,,., , W, , All f' . 'V of '71 - Arnold, Kafhy Arius. Kalhy Aubuchon, Michelle Aue, Marsha Avery, John Ball, Bill Bandsma, Peggy Bass, Kip Baflle, Karen Balfochio, Janef Bauer, Nancy Bauma n, Scofl Beaver, Roc Beeier, Barbara Beery, Lindee Bloom, Pal Boa rdman, Sieve ne A I ,. HV 1 'M' reg. fe if ya C , , QQ? .. W ,, X r 'E ax, r Ee 2 Q JE fi vi, Q M 2, is " :Amgae H, X , 4 fi 1 pi ,deff Boggess, Mike Bograd, Larry "ff r Y i ,,, A ,322 X 4 sf l 'f 1 'K Xi! i an iff 3 1 . 5 1. ii .f , Q. N my mf X , S 2,-,sw an if . . , Aifif , rv-Vw:-, ic , ,555 -11-rr , fee , ' QQ! Ajte si . 'Y fm' A gli, ai if ff , 'ffl -Fllkiiii an is 'lim LY . GL C ' fn, ,, . 4, , 3 A ref A Boulon, Jeff Bozeman, Nell -.ig -. l92 .yas 7 safe as a Q 51 Ri. 4 Bradley, Deborah Brehmer. Linda .gi , i f X K, ef ff W x l 'fb 'l Q., 9-r K, WM: ,. -q ,EE Q 5:23. 'Q , , XM.,-, R fs . -f ,Q . . N Z ,h H5 Nw'-ui: if 1 H rr: -1 f l if M 'l . V-Q .S QW' R ' X M x fm sf. WV,-we TN 'dl 1 Ke., .M-.ea ... . 1 , .. A Q, T 4 "K ,-X sai l ? P , R B u rn s, M o n ica B u r l o n , R ic h a rd 5' wpdu-P Calflisch Jack Camm, Liz , ""." N M' 1, 32 -cy 1 f Brenneman Richard Brenning, Ron Briber. Gary Brinlon, Bill Broadhursf, Ann Brown, Darrell Brown, Gloria Brzezicki, Tom Bunch, Marry Burkey. Susan Campbell. Sue Chandler, Susan r Clark, Brad Colburn, Celesfe Rick Blair fypifies freshman deferminafion as he masfers The shop equipment Daydream Believers Collins. Floyd Collins. Mark wma, wr' :R 1'7" , , .,,,. , 4 Collins, Meg Conclif, Nancy 1 ,, . X Fifi- . glxli? ' r ik: ., s f uf N ii Cookson, Jan CoHrell, Ken . no 'av 1 w 2 ffm- fi ,, Q- f . ,, . Courlney, Sandy Crabb. Roger a A I ' ff 'HP --fi, . ZXE13 i 3, i Say r.,,,.,, y u m 5 an 5 , 1. 1 D sy 9 . ik 5? i "wif , AVI 'iw " 1 v ae 5 S i " fw 1' A ra' 'K A J. if 1673? f J ' ' in 1 ? A -I s i f. I94 R ,W ' a X fm' , 3 J ' ,fly ,, gvigilfsffs 'Q 1 2' J 4 J 6 nl Q Q Crabfree, Fred Cross, Carl Crowley, Pele Cufiing, Spencer D'Arcy, Jon Davidson, Debbie Davis, Jane Day. Carl Day, Suzanne Decker, PSQQY Defibaugln Jim DeGon, Faye Desselle, Debbie DeSciose. Joe Dinner, Mike Dodd, Janei Donnelly. Judy Dorsefl. Carol Duggan, Diana Duggan, Debbie Eglwolm, Jeri Ehlers, Susan Einarsen, Joyce Elverum. John Elzi, Kaihy Emerick, Sieve Ernsf, Mike Ferris, Randy Fiizliugh, Ed Flora, Pam Forsyih, Mike Frank, Jackie WH, ., ,ix i i Vi' Q, . N V 1 1' Way! 1 gif Q15 ir-. if x z: , ,Ui Ffalln. Fuller, Gianulis, 'D6bbY Larry Bill Frledeg, Gaede, Gilberr, 56 H Y J im Bon nie Friedman. Gerber, Goldlein, J ill M ike .M i ke F r o s h F r u i l l l l Gofle n borg l Sa ra G ra ln a m, S u s a n 1 G ray. Da le G ra u n ke. J eff Grlgenek J o roi y A H , , Kafhy ,iay yyy W' 5 -1,,f r J ' 'H' V,,, ,K-. ,, - , - 5 " ss' md' v ' 'S 'ie . 4 N 9 Ny, ff . f -9 . Ks """. 'X JH :" sw "KV, fftg '.:3,'m M ug 1 "1 ' if v W Groves. Ja ne Grubbs, Mike Grummerl, Dan nd Foresee Jackson, Kalhy Jenni, Terry Jennison, Jim I r " f R 5 if and .u 52 Q 'M 12.941 ,S -viii?-.Q K gy ' if ox g 'K r ,,,, ry ',., F 4 y ar . .v-Q . 'M I L Q-N 1 Guenlher, Jacquie Guerliner, Mike Haclad, Debbie Future Johnson, Conway Johnson, Sianley Johnson, Woody '3- J rg . ,if- Hallam, Lynn l-larrnell, Lorraine Halch, Ginger Jones, Joe Jones. Richard Jones. Tom We-rife Q 'W , l 9 1 E X wen., Hayward, Gary Henderson, Sieve l-lenkell, Ka ren Jorgenson, John Kal, Robin Kal, Sherri Hensley, Sieve Herbsr, Diane Hill. Mark Karavifes, Gini Keefover, Chuck Kenna, Jim ,f-'pf iw .Q ,., , lawn! fe i s Q Q, 1 xl Xsfii X ik X 3 are bidi. 1, 3 , ,ff ,g Q.. '41 ii 'Q' Y? 5 ,QV 415' .,,, I i 'M' ii. A ' w W W., " U 2fiW5fVQQQQ!Qe iiiii Egg 1 f '1,i i :Wa J , Q iyr J "2 J 'J ' xfmf 'Reef ' L' if F Hill, Horner, Howland, Roberl' Jan Ann Hockom, Horwifz. Huiendick, Jenny Mike Diane l'lOgg. Houlchens. Inman, Mark Bob Brad Kinsey, Konopka, Kuri', Dave Barry Douglas Kiraly, Koriz, Lamer, Kaihi Warren Becky Koelling, Krieger, Larson, Ron David Cindy 'x iyi. K ,r i W A . , A .- 1 "- f '- E '.,s51f'!"a 3 lf .":. ,-v, I 'lp V, fiaai 0 J yisy J ss i f . ' , J i . :VL ' x N Freshmen is i fliq f 25, W' ffm , 2 -,J K J s . 4 A' My - dei ,.. 52-5 :iff z -' 'af- 'fi f' ,, g 'w M N Ld A 3 'Y U 1 ,, ? Q I96 551 55 205, ,Y 5 'ay 55525. J K ' V ' 'Lau'rh, Mary Jane Lawler, Sheila Layfield. Lorie Lederma n, Richard Leisenring, Nancy Lennig, Doug Leo, Debbie Lesuer. Lisa Levine, Tammy Llewellyn, Dennis Luelzen, Gloria Luslcy, Mark Mackey, Jennie Macpherson Mall Mann, Lisa Manning, David Mansfield, George Marshall, Jill Freshmen 'rypisfs praclice speed and accuracy, Marshall, Margarel' Marshall, Rila Marshall, Tom Marlen, Barb Face Friction Marlin, Joan Malchael, Linda Maihews, Kevin Masfen, Sally J ff' if M sf' May, Bob McCarfhy. Liz McClearn Bill McElvain. Teresa McKee, Barbara McPherson, 'Nancy McRae. Bill McShane. Peggy J "s' if H .x M ,f fs y Ja er? 0 fix at -fir, if 'VVy'VV K 5 f i Q -., is K Z if J - 5, if gh ' issrr 4 as ii -- " 4 z,...1 me AP? Moore, Ann Mounlain. Belly Mugleslon. Brad Mulhern, Peggy ru ? I ' s xv W 1 'X 1 7! 1, lf- J ,Q A -E h XX Mundell, Belh Mundi, Maureen Nabors, Paul Nelson, Pam ifwigl a -11.1 . X -1 . .Kew as viii? GD' gae23s JfWwS'N Hyi Jax Neville, Connie Nielsen, Richard Nielsen, Roger Norlh ru p. Judy "QM, Q- , ' -W 4' 1: ' .r --1? 3:2-1-"""""'Qr,QMls,' 1 ,,,k,,l. ' ' W' l eN " ' C srss J X sg f but Favor Fun Messinger, Craig Messinger, Karen Miller, Amanda Miller, Charlolle Miller. Jill Miller, Siu Mills- John Miriello, Ron Milchell, Sleven Norwick, Pam Oberg, Terri Okazaki, Ken Orlin, Mike i r" 1- 5 .rs 'f 'Tis 2 . ah.. , is , 1 N v z iggy , ., , ii W 1 i Pagliasolii. Janice Pappas. Mike Pallon, Tom Payne. Sue Payne. Terri Peay, Chris Perkins, Sieve Perron, Chuck Pelerson, Rick Pickrel, Scoll Pique, Mary Powell, Dave Peudihomme, Buddy Pulallaz, Sherry Randle. Kalhy Rayburn. Jon Redecker, Chris Reed, Debbie ' Reeves. Roger Regan, John Rhyne, Laura Richardson, Anifa Richmond. Zack Riepe, Randy ' X Fa,- J ,S wi J f .,,,. ff' I ' fs., ,lf .. ....k .sim ilil -'i. ' wg,-J,-2:'4., 4' ' gg , , Jug K it-' if F s M. C sss, .ae S : Y - 'n,f.gv,aw1 f perl iswea ' il! Q V1 ' "ai-,. as is 5' ' M , , :Yi 'r 523, 1 N, T 'li L, 4.-f 91 'H' 3 .'g'IlqJ3 1 5 i. I 55446, . is Iii? We Y ii fd? "' 'WE D a. if 413:- 1 N! 95'-. .HK H ,qw I -B .- Q5 x 4 , l A X . 6 A,., if my , ri We J ws is ,+- lii-N, ig N 0 Q n .XX -,A 125. ul x U x W will we-J4ri.i '--- 7' A ill L-1 my P .r TH if ,, , if il' 1 . Wm' Y .- -1 es- iili' ' l :- i P ,M W , 1 sk , R ii' Q f 5,-,:,, 2 1 A i H " 5 P251 V ,. it ig Q ' L wif if lr ff 2 E sf' Q wil l fli 1 ..,- W--if T-ff ay szxziszm. sz 2 K y 'H gli- ,.- I fr 511' A? . ,,:f,,LL ,sr 3 g y ff Qikxf l Q: :Z -, , 4 ' wigs 4. fa , -f , "N .r A 4, if Ne. 3 .- r .- Q Ev Has? M fi -:lf . i-ini: f . d we , . S M gr x 1 Ringel, Linda Rilchie. Mark Robbins, Mike Robinson, Jeff Roeschlaub, Befsy Roeschlaub. Nancy Rosenkrans. Wayne Rolh, Elizabefh Rofhslein, Alana Rollman, Ann Sala, Linda Sander, Becky Sanwick, Jim Sau nders, Nancy Sayre, Jim Schmidt Jill Schwemmer, Don Shanks, John Shapiro, Don Shepard, Angie Sherback, Rick Shiery, Barbara Shore, Gayle Short Camille Sibilia. Pele Silvey, Maureen Singer, Kenny Smilh. Cindy Smifh, Karen Smilh, Vickie Smilh, Wendy Spahr, Larry V J .. if C' -f MQ J 1 f' lv , .. 1,31 -f . M' i-fawm . on ' 3 -1 r I- fl aw 1 --, Spurlin. Fran Spurlock, Kay Sloul, Carol Sfrufhers, Jan Swanson, Karen Swa rlz, Darla .,Ayr W.. ,.i.l l .ilc lt i , i all M is-, 1-QM Freshmen Gain Junio Slaley. Paul Sfearns, Rick Tayon. Tom Thall, Randy Thompson, Dayle Thompson. Debi , wr 'ggi - ,K K ,Q -A 4 Xb?--1, ' awk" Agia' i '.v'f.- run' wel -...LZ .13 Sleinberg, llyse Sfine, Mark Tipps. Ken Todd. Merrilee Traufman, Sue Tucker, Lynn ' 564 in . y .- cly,l -. I ,gn r G5 xr' We iz Crux i lv lg .., .' i High Superiority 4,11 H 5 52 'm ,Q , xii. 1 Tunison. Debbie Upion, Yve'H'e Weiss, Judie Wesf, Bob Wesi, Nancy Wesiern. Ken f Qf fit,-'Q y A, ev? ' vi 'W' iigmgf. 1 f 4 Kxav M il , Valis, Kevin Vaughn, Charla Weyand. Jim Whiiney, Craig Wickman, Greichen Wiederspan, Jenni , i f M av 3 f vm K A or l A A' V9 I "" 'fa R 1 K, J 33 : - "', -i, if H . '3' . i . ' Y X 3? H 7 bibi ' Q f i J ,,, I I , .-5. Vaughan, Vergalos, Sue Jerry Veiih, Wainwrighi, Cary Carol Wing, Wolfson, Wendy Bob Wilson, Wrighf, Bob Terry Wilson, Yaies. Janet Sieve Wiikin, York, Debbie Mariha 5 ,.. 'H+ llama L x f if M , Walker, Anna Walsh, Mike Zishka, Roberi Zorno, Robin Zurek, Paul Zwern, Anile MLK J 5 'i -1. 7- M, , f ' Q ,Q A 1-my y, ,. .Jr 'IHS-4 ,f,,, , . l 5. F, lr Sw-me , 4 - .5 .--. . .-,-,4 w- - 'A N 9- Y? ' '1 '- ..0.'i , Bash 1 " 4 9 A 5 A, f.. sv . 'I ,ai if l XY. X . X i 'Civ ev W. , -. , ' pfrgi Wdfd- Waison, Weber, Cheryl John Lynn Warren, Webb. Wedum Margarei' Nancy John Good-naiured freshmen creaie a relaxed en vironrneni. . -,V-,..--4.-Q.,--.om f .. , 1: MM., ..W,L.., , Xgwnw as 35'!3f35ff1: ,.,,,...,. , z:f5frQ:4i . . 2 Sophomore Class Sophomores grasp Hghi' +o +heir new eniering. Unsure of each new day and of fheir own drives and accom- plishmenfs, 'I'hey sfrive for recognifion. Success shines in fheir eyes and hope surrounds fheir new lives ii is ,sijgsi fi Q. Nf??f1'fl'5?f.'. , LL., . .. .,r,. asks? sr EX , A V ,Haq- s1,sL,.sf.1-,.s , .L .,..s af , s.mf:,,1e,--.., ,- .. s. .i,s,, .ffifef-as 3 ' N Sophomore class officers are. from righT To leTT, Margo Mueller, SecreTaryg Suzy FullerTon, RepresenTaTive: Jenny Whalen, Vice-President Pam Richards Represenhaliveq Sieve Markham, RepresenTaTiveg Buz Koelbel, Presidenf. and Mark KamleT, RepresenTaTive. 202 Sophomores Race Forward The mosT accuraTe descripTion of The sophomore class is ThaT of spiril: SpiriT was presenT as sophomore aThleTes finished The TooTball season undeTeaTed. SpiriTed arTisTs. designers. archiTecTs, and painTers were able To TransTorm The basemenT inTo an auThenTic Dodge CiTy, which won Homecoming hall clecoraTions. Sophornores placed second in The canned Tood drive and were Third in boTh The Song FesT and Snow SculpTure. UniTying and organizing The class and iTs spiriT were The goals of The oTTicers and newly innovaTed sophomore cheerleaders. Miss CaTherine GaTer and Mr. Andy Geiss were in charge of helping co-ordinaTe acTiviTies, deTending, praising. reprimanding and chaperoning The class of l97O. S his QE PARIGNG "i LANE r ff ii , ,. ,Q V ,if ,,,, .V ,4. ,,,, N Y Class officers acquainl' lhemselves wilh fhe parking lane. Forming a unified group, Sophomore Represenlafives sfrenqfhen fhe class wifh fheir deferminafion. Front Four Hold Spirit Line Elecled by rheir class, Karen Harvey. Michelle Bograd, Holly Alcorn, and Kalhy Wyble. serve as TJ's firsf sophomore cheer- leaders. 203 Sophomore, Milne Carpenfer. does noi fiddle around wilh music. Aderman, Akridge. Alcorn. Allen, Anderson. Anderson, Dana Barbara Holly Wallace Colleen Terry Afman, Albi, Allen. Anderson. Anderson, Andreas, Donna John Paily Cheryl Jack Norm Sophomore Year - Just the Preface Andrews Jim Anlhony, Paul Arrowsmilh Ron Baier, JoAnn W'- Gi. 90 ix, M V M ,. - , J. ,. ...,... I ""'.!P f:,,,. TW! 3'-X If Baker, Barr-495' BGl'1F6I'l'l', Mike Sandy Cris Banks, Barnum, Bell. Bill Mark Jim Ba rber. Barflefl' Bennefl, Jean Brian Porler Barlow. Beary, Bens. Claudia Chas. Linda 'ww f WJ' 5? Blacli. Bond. Bollcin. Boxer, Slevie Linda Pal' Andy Bograd. Booren. Bowman. Bradberry. Michele John Barbara Sharon -03 '17 fear Brawner, Ken? Brellhauer Sieve Brown, Janis Brown, Sandy Bullock, Barbara Burghardl. Kafhleen Burgwin. Deidre Bufler. Peggy Buller, Wendy Bulz, Kafhleen Caldwell, Kevin Callaghan. Debby X Callas, Sian e' Carda, Janis Carlson, Bill 6 Ca rpenler, Chrisli Ca rpenler, Mike Caswell, Bruce Chrislensen Grelchen Clemensen. Aprille Coker. Sally Colson, Ron Colvin, Connie Corbin, Carole R if 'ek 'fix 8 v. rx f 'Q Q. XX N X Q in ave! gf in ., 1 uw' Yi V, y l Cory, Charles Couller. Doug Courlney, Mark fv ,i . -viga- N il Cox, Lynn Crain, Margy Crandall, Clark vs. ,mi U' will-mf' .,,:,E VX YINUN iii Culpepper Bill Cumming, Laurinda Darley, Mary Douglass, Roberl Downum, Kelly Dumler, Tom Dunba r, Carolyn Dunbar, Trish Dunham. Cindy Durkop, Jeri Earle, Ed Edwa rcls, Jackie Engels, Dave Erb, Cliff Erickson, Tom Fahy, Doyle Fa rquhar, Brodie Fishman, Lynn Flansburg. Teresa Flynn, Pam Fox, Julie Frederic, Linda Freehling, Sandy ,f if ' -Gif W fm: f Davis. Dickson, Mark Dawn Davis. Dillon, Norm Linda X Dels-ack, Disney, l Sheldon Jim Sophomore g Senior High Raises 10th to Action in Color Day gp!! ,1f"9 1 . VL., , ,E Q 43 f 1. 73? fhe ropes of physical fiiness. L Ywf .1 Frislc, Debbie Fullerion, Suzy Galloway, Joyce Geli, Judy Harvey, Karen Hayes, Bob Heinricy, Marlene Helander, Wayne Henderson, Tom Henniger. Doug Hiesier, Tom Hoody, Judy Horn. John Horner, Doug Hylion. Krisiie lngalls. Jeff t,,a . 1 'Q '-xv 'A s,1,f'H 'N , as f 1 n.-.f xi 5 rr, Gemmill, Ginger Gilbert Linda Gillespie. Parmer Ginnelly, Michael I 1' X so Eliza, . 11 Nwzf' 'YA 'mf 'fag' safe ' 3, ,,....., AL fi Q, -, J ...W 30' by ' X Goddard, Bob Goldsiein, Donna Grannell, David Gray, N David 3 .AYFQ sul - Riva, 4 . I fi . Gray. Tom Gunsfream. Bill Gufhrie. Mike Haas, Linnea X v 'S i My We 2 fffi- sae., .E X, X Halford, Andy Hall. Jenni Harris. Linda Harfman, Henry if f"lZ3h V :E-WV: A' , AN Wi a Y, Q15 L, V.:L lsrael, Julie Jaclcson, Joanna Jelifs, Donna Jensen. Aniia Jeurinlc, Jan Jeurink, Jill Joclmens. Ann Johnson, Linda Johnson, Rick Jones. Valerie Johnslon, Bill Jorgenson. Jon Kamlel, Lee Kamlel, Mark Kasislca, Pally Kasl, Dave Key, Jim Kier, Larry King, Kallmi Kirk, Scoil' Klaus, Sieve Koelbel, Buz Koenelce, John Konoplca. Bruno 1. ,px x x 4 ill Koswan, Mary Kranlz. Ca rol Krob, Greg Larson, Sieve Lederman, Sydnee Lefforge. Glenda e Cl 'ii as 1 I Kunse, Jim La Baie, Linda Lada, Dwiglwl' Sophs, Lenicheclc, Debbie Leonard, Aileen Leone, Jeff Lamonl, Lindy Lanier, Brenl' Lansing, lvlarly Basemen Levin, Neal Lines, Jea nnie Link, Renee X ll "'5 I Q x 'V Q , K I E V 1 5 if 45'-I Lins'redl', Kafhleen Lively, Cheryle Loman. Gary alls Depicf McClaughry, Tim McColm. Linda McDermoH, Kevin 4 kg: F uv in 'A yi -cn. 9 Lucero, Lynes, Teri Rhoda Luiz. McAnally, Julie Dick Lyman, McCaulley, Brad Dennis Wlld, Wlld West" McDonald, McNeill. Brien Peggy McGee, McShame, Laurie David McKinley, Madigan, Nancy Kalhy Maher, Jim Malm, Pam Markham, Sieve John Bauman finds fha? fhe music goes in 'n' around and around--all parf of Mark Combs inner workings? Marshall, Gwyn Ma rshall Leslie Marlin, Sandy Marlines, Randy Marvin, Milne Mason. Jim 432' 3 ff ri L l f,s. X K iiiiw . , . . L5 .ef i x -,,-., X f' , 'f 1. ' XG' Illia k Mason. Sally Mafchael, John Maflson, Gary 1 is Q . Maxwell Linda Meisfer. Robin Menard Dave gms' Moser, Geri Mosier, Mike Mueller. Margo Mumme, Hal Mu nson, Cyndi Narracci. Sue Neville, Carole Nielson. Debbie Noe, Jim Norden. Sandy Nordness Dave Class officers Sieve Markham Suzy Fullerlon Jenny Whalen, Pam Richards, Buz Koelbel, Margo Mueller. and Mark Kamlel' gaze backward +o see If ,fi- all ll. v 1 Olsen. Keilh Olvey. Sue O'Neal Milce Perron. Barb Phillips, Rusfy Plumb. Wendy Orr, Mike Parsons. Bill Pale. Nancy Pollack, Naome Ponilrislci, PaHie Porfer, Lynn fu . 1 ls! L b 7 .1 'ii , 35 N f 'I , .Q3-..4V, me YN Payne, Michael Peck. Susan Perrel, Anne Porler. Palsy POf4l'Ln Sandy Powell. Connie , VE Quick. Teri Radelslcy, Dana Rahawi, Sue Ramey, Diane Ribbing, Laura Richards, Pam Richmond, Ann Riddell. Sandy Rifkin. Judy Rilz. Darcy Robb. Kalhy Robe:-ls. Belh Roberls, Lin Robertson, Nelda Roebuck. Paul Roorda. Becky Rosenlhal. Cheryl Rolh. Teri Rudolph, Kurl' Ruperl, Mike Russell, Roxanne Sadin. Diana Sams, Beverly Scliall. PaH'y 'fer' fl C'-ag . ful. ' l R-. l l i . , Q, fx an f W l M ...S rf, z Schell. Sally Scherrer. Dennis Schissler, Jay Schneider, Ka ryl Scholl, Sleve Schrader, Dave Schroed Becky Seerie, Gayl Seiler. Cocly Class ., J' ' 'if ff , . Q Seiler, Sheridan, Conny Sallie Seliles. Shinn, Dede Tim Shanklin, Shoemaker. Mark Jean of '70 Experience Skaer, Carolyn Smilh. Debbie Smifh. Sue Snead. Fred Sorensen. Tammie Spangrucl, Lisa Spa rks. Dale Sfelzer, Bob Slephenson Chere Sfevenson. Rick Slone. Sherrye Slorey. Brenl' S.: The sophomore 'reams boasi' of spirif and supporl because of 'rhe hard work i '6 E Slracy, Russ Slrauss. Cindy Sfubbs. Randy rv a 4 itz.-. and declicalion of Kalhy Wyble, l-lead Sophomore Cheerleader. 2I2 Siu rgis. Mary Sue Summers. Dick Sulfin. Pam Thurmon. Calhi Torpey. Joe Tryon. Mark Sufherland. Cindy Slrappe, Joqueline Swan. Claudia Turner. Bruce Turner. Donn Va ughan. Ted Symcox. Debbie Tayon. Shelley Thomas. Tim Vayhinger, Karen Vickroy, Carol Wadlingfon. Dave 7 sg Y"'7 Walberg, Laurie Wa rner, David Warren, Jim Warwick. Bonnie Wafson, Diana Webb. John Webb. Wayne Weimar, Bill Whalen. Jenny Whifaker Bob While. Tresea Weber. John Wilhelm. Karen Williams. Paula Willson. Roberi' Wilson, Sue Winn. James Wolfson. Joy Wray, Richard Wrighl, Dave Wyble. Kaihy Wymore. Marcia Zaler. Marc: Zu relc. Sian ,,,., -1 f ,ffl 'S' M 'W Ly,- .Y ,wars fin. I ,dw aa 3 Junior Class Almosl' is +he world of 'lhe Junior. Tomorrow is 'lheir clream Their laughler rings 'lhroughoul' 'I'he school Their joy of living is obvious They love, and 'lhey are nol' afraid 'lo show il: DICK BAYER PresidenT JAN WANNER Vice-PresidenT ANNE BERARDINI SecreTary Junior Officers Take Steps Upward "GooTfoTT Time" for Diclc Bayer. Jan Wanner, and Anne Berardini. The Junior Class made an impressive comeback Trom lasT year's somewhaT mediocre accomplishmenTs. The class dance "Luv" proved To be a well-aTTended evenT showing The individualism and creaTiviTy oT The class. CapTuring TirsT place in The song-TesT and scoring a close second in The car decoraTions, The Juniors placed well in Homecoming compeTiTion. For The TirsT Time, The sTudenTs were able To TesT Themselves academically on a college level, and vie Tor NaTional MeriT Scholarships. ElevenTh graders noT only excelled in The classrooms buT in various Tields oT aThleTic endeavor. Junior sporTsmen aided TJ Teams in capTuring various TiTles. The Junior Class made Their second year of high school an ouTsTanding one in achievemenT and accomplishmenT. Sponsors and Representatives Guide Leading Trail Noi only malh reaclners and sponsors of lhe Junior Class, Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Epslein are well liked by everyone. The iunlor "All-Siar Powder Puff" foolball l feam poses for a rare picrure. K l Barb Baker Hanlc Jewell Healher Slevens John Warner Repregenfafive Represenlalive Represenialive Represenlallve l , Y 7 Aber, Addinglon. Aderman, Albright Anderson Densel Pam Juli Karen Dee Anderson. Archulefa. Arck. Aspinwall, Avakian, Laurie Mark Ellen Ca+hy Roger Baker, Barlow, Barrows. Bass. Bauman. Sally Sieve Russ Kelly Jon Bean. Behrenl. Berardini, Berinqer, Bernslein, Birks, Jim Craig Anne Cherri Debbie Kevin Blacke. Bleskan. Bluebaugh, Boggis, Bond. BOyGl. Debbie John Paula Carol John Debbie Anderson Lauri Baker, Barb Bayer, Dick Junior Sounds BlSl10P1 Bixler. Denise Bob Brandi. Brawner, Linda Greg 132.7 IV! 1 f I ff "I know The answer." smiles Greg Mains Silence? Brewer, Linda Brown, Tami Brinion, Lise Brzeinski, Judy , 1lilMlQ,G Brookover, Mary Bullock, Bob N-9 V v,V if f--- 'A 1 , f 4:31 , swf M . A , , . T ,,,. s, 4 . 5111 xx A L '45 n k kj i M Bu rdick, Chuck Burns, Marfi Burroughs, Karen Busch, Nancy Bush, ScoH Cailisch, Sieve Callas, Elaine Cameron, Tom Campbell, Teri Cargill, Kerrie Cavnar, Gayle Chrisfensen, Paul Ciufi, Debbie Coffman, Tom Colburn, Jeaneffe Collins, Vicki Combs. Nancy Cook, Mady Coyle, Colleen Croop, Russ Cumberland Sue Cunningham Bill Cufhberison Kaihy Danielson, Sarah Dansdill, Paiiy Daubenspeclc, Warren Davis, Joyce Day, Jen Defibaugh, Debbie Denhalier, Kip Dennison, Kailny Desmond, Nancy Dixon, Milne Doll, Carol ln Memoriam March 7, 1968 In Memoriam February l6, I968 ,iiiib 1 Y rreL.r eree J Junior Class Presideni, Dick Bayer, drives The class's Model T in llwe Homecoming cornpelilion. 220 Dumm. Mark Dunaway, Denise Eaiheriuon, Carol Ellison, Karen Ely, Dan Ericson, Nancy Faust Dee Favour, Paul Ficlclin. Joan Fisher. Doug Flansburg, Mark Fordyce. Dave yyi' 4 1, 7: 5' . wfgiflf ., . A ww f may 1 Dolsby. Linda Downum, Rob l-1, .. J- A flvslv, 'Gil Dorn, Douqlieriy. Jim Tom Dresler. Drumm. PaH'y Michael Junioi l l fb. 1 My if-' ' 'i-,, fi' vii- D x 4, K i, V 4? ff ' ie. i I 1 .,.,v Fosfer. Fox, Fra ser, Friedman, Frisk. Sieve Dani! Janei' Alan Pam Garrechf, Gaiseos, Gaiseos, Gilberfs, Graham. Linda George Suzanne Debbie Debby Declare Independence Gregg, Eileen Guiry, Joann Hardy, Keiih Gregory Beri' Guniiwer, Judy Hays, Dixie Grelk. Krisfine Hadad. Mike Hays, Lou Griffiih. Karen Haines, Cindy Hein. Ron Guenfher, Debbie Hammond Sieve Henderson. John ,., Rs. ,IJ .W" .f 51 Froiing, Bob Gage. Cyndee Granf, Cameron Graves, Connie Green, Bob Green, Terry Greenberg, Saiiy Greene, Linda QV ' rw f. Qui Jones. Kaferly. Dave Chris Kleiger. Klein, Margy Bob Ka raviles, Mary Anlhi Knighl, Suzanne Hendrickson Sarah Henfschel. Janel Hicks, Ron l-linkle, June Holislein, l-larold Hofmeisier. Mary Holsclaw, Toni Horner, Scoll l-loulelie. Bill Howland. Bill Hurley. Darlene Hufchinson, Duane Hylland, Gayle lnhelder. Jan Isaacson Joan Karlin. Bob Koelbel. Lynn Keenan, Pal' Kiraly. Sue Kirkpafrick. Rick Koelling, Eric Korlz, Barbie Koshio, Geraldin Kranfz, Lilli Kremers. Carolyn Krieger. Larry lsberg. Cheri Jackson, Sian Janicek, Carl Jansen. Carol Jensen. Susie Jewell. Hank Johnson, Bev Johnson, Polly Johnson. Vicki Johnslon Sara S ,Rail 1 Lwgll? 1, Lane, Debby Legg. Margy Lewandowski, Ed Lafcham, Jan Lennig. Adele Lighfburn. Tim Debb Graham re ares To march during fhe half-fime fesfivifies af -W L are an "Q,1'?"! X X ff- . Y Vw? ii , y ' my Step Learned. Bruce Lepp. Gail Lindeman. Carre Lines. Cafhy Loman, Richard Lonf, Dennis Lowery, Judy Luhe. Kafhy Luiz, Ra neffe Lyman, Jeff Lyons. Gary McArdle, Jackie McClanahan Carol McCue, Kaihy McEwen. Pan' McGonagle Pamm McGraw, Janei- McGuire, Glen "Acfive iunior boys?" Dave Perry. Dave Jones, Slan Jackson, Slave Hinman, and Bob Malcolm relax al' a class mee-ling. Ma,-Shall' Marshall, Marlin, Marlinez. Maggn, Cglleen Yvonne Joyce Tony Claire Maul, Maul, Mefros, Miller. Miller, Leann Roger Teri Barb Joe Mclnlyre, Gary McLaughlin, Nancyy McMullen, Diane Macy, Ray Mains. Greg Maierus. Paul Malcolm, Bob Mangum, Dave Marquez, Mary Marsalis, Doug Mason, Maslers, Mai-Hqewg Vicki Karen Sieve Miller, Miller, Mills, Lana Sharon Linda 224 Milne. -MY. 1 we . , A .L ,,E,, Y Panella, Pai' Pedersen. Kaihy Mulhern. Pa+sy Munclf. Mike Nagel. Tom Nelson. Todd Noris. I X Joe A B N o rl in . Deb A .41 l + ff' Norlin. 1 Pam L , ,A - Nofflwp- Sli ' Jackie 2 , M lg 1, Osfrom, Page. Barb GGY Pearson, PGCl1. Dennig Allison Perry, Peferson. Dave DOH Peflerson, Bill 'WR- '90 Chuck Milne, Marla Minnis, Paul Miriello, Barb Mifchell. Lana '69 Mifcbell. Yam Excels Mifchem. Lowell Morrison, 'D V Diane 'N' Morse. Carolyn 1 A' Mosher, ,M Barbara T ff. get U Miouer, V ' Tim 1,, , Mulhern, Dick O'Sl'maughnessy. Lynn Pearson, Carla Penningfon. Befsy Novak. Oberie, o-neu. ofbiom, 4 'V PGHY Mark Doug Leslie 'T D45 Pappas. Pa,-mal Paflon. Payne. A Q Pa FT1 N a n cy M i ke De xfe r gs x 4-uw. S. xiii? 1 "sf- gigvs ,A vu df. 225 PheaH', Chuck Piper, Laurie Poifer, Reed Powers, Mike Randant Ken Randle. Dean Rayburn, Lisa Raydon, Carol Redecker, Rick Regininelli, Paul Reimann, Mike Reynolds, Kevin Rider, Beih Riley. Paffie Roberfs, John Robinson, Debbi Pulver, Terry Rea, David Richey, Debbi Winning Songfesfers Celebrate Homecoming S Rodman, Rosenlhal, Rofh, Rouse, Rudolph, Rudolph, Rudolph Judy Loraine Marry Robin Candi Dick Joan Ruppel, Sampson, Sanders, Sanwick, Saunders, Sayles. Sayre Jim Debbi Terri Claire Jack Sue Efhe ,C7O, ,XS 2211 WU d' ' 'l'Vl 'vllw "DQ ,fl "V"'l-l- My-sliiv' no-125 campus' Jo yplaf, 3, Mg,m, T .no b O 226 i 'V 'W Scheidf, Sharon Schwengeis. Julie Shedd. Sara Sloan. Sue is .ta-Mb 1-D Schlieker, John ScoH. Jimmy Shiric. Sue Smiih, Barbara ' f " fs. Schwabauer. Craig Seifie. Merriiee Sh raiberg, Renee Smiih. Judy Smiih, Sieve Smiih, PSQQY Snapp, Bob Snow. Jim Soboi, Becky Sooby. Carol 6 Speckman Bill Spuriin, Rich Sfacy, Cindy I .W ,F ul, ,.. ,. W Atvv Juniors make use of "Oc+ober Coun+ry's" snow. Siearns. John Siephens, Sue Sfevens. Heaiher Sfewa rf, Sfryker, Debbie Susie Sfine. Sfubbs, Howard Fell Sfouf. Sylvesier, Cindy John f 9.0, ,,.o I -gf' -f:f-. ,:,. Thomas. Janei Thornley, Bob Timmons, Bonnie W WW. Q , L :I B 3 .7 1+ Q fn .,,," 227 l iii F ,qua fr J- NZ, M M ya -rf" ,E Todd, Dan Todd. Dave Towne, Mark Travis, Michelle Trump, Brad Tryon, Janel' Tunison, Dave Tweed, Leslie Tyner, Helen Vagfs. Denny VanDerScl1aaf. Nick VanLunsen. Pele VanPorlflief, Mike Venufi, Palsy Villalovos. Sandy Walker. Wendy Walthers, Paul Wanner Jan Wardin. Kalhie Warner, John Wasson, Barbara Wafson. Bill Wenger. Pal Werschky, Sue Werfz. Paul Wes'r, Craig Class of '6 K ff' ,f Lyz- i 'L-1' fe, 1-1 E6 ,L if x 1 f',' 'RQ if i "Ready, sell Hui! Hull" chanfs quarferback Dick Rudolph. lrepares for Seniority Weyand. Whifaker, Williams, Wll5On. Jane? Norma Max Card Wheeler. Widdows, Williamson, WilS0l'1. Debbie Ma rk SCOH Ken Wilson, Mike Wolf. Becky Wolff, Wymore, Yeager, Chuck Mark ScoH Wogdgl Yafes, Zuspann Nelson Diane Ann A is ,...an wl'?: ,ww .Wm L. W Senior Class Slancling in line for gradualion Tears mingled wilh smiles Remembering-and all 'l'l1e years appear For iusl' a momen'l' in a cleep reminiscenl' glow The seniors conlinue, ready 'ro enler lhe fu'l'ure Cherishing lhe pasl. SALLY WEIDERSPAN Vice-Presidenl DODIE DOSH Represenlalive 1,. .A,,, i A "1 Y reg .,11. 'W 1' F 17552 '41 we -A Y L 1 z g g as s . - gl if-' ' T ,gi+:2:s.:s !:!?,r:.eaji N 5.55: 'f fhiiw ' ' A '. "ITIS !::f,"s V, Q2 b"9a'?k:.R,:f?Jgs 7'H1p'. -554. ' f . TI. 50814-f f. PAUL HUMPHREY Represenialive 232 The Jefferson Airplane i l TOM WADLINGTON Presidenl MISS JAN HESS Sponsor An unusually independenl' class composed of varied cliques conformed info a group and became a working uni'r. The group proved as an example for underclass- men: collecling class dues, decoraling The homecoming car, voring regisirarion and sculpiuring a crocodile. Yel. allhough council aclivilies proved imporlanl, The class unified in anlicipaiion of luiure plans, experiencing 'rhe ioys of more freedom, and working parl lime. The Senior Class was characrerized by slrong individuals who adamanlly led The school wilh promise of lulure success. MARClA MEYER Secrela ry KATHY LAM PE Represenlalive ROKEY SCOTT Represenlalive ff gf Aff ,! K X f x K K W. ,pf f it g , 2 X gi. Senior Class ADCOCK, ROGER Rep. Assembly 2. 3 Na+. Honor Sociefy 3 Drama Club I, 2, 3 Baseball I, 2 Eoolball I ANDERSON. VICKI Trl-HIAY 2, 3 Newcomer's Club 3 ARCHER, MARK Arlsfocral 3 Key Club 3 Spanish Club 2, 3 Young Dems 3 Eoofball I ARENDT, PAUL Foolball I, 2, 3 Baseball I, 2, 3 Honor Sociefy 3 Yearbook Sfaff 2, 3 Auslin I ARROWSMITH JACK ASPINWALL, MARY AUGTER, GARY BAHRYCH, TERI BAIRD, MARIETTA Drama Club I, 2. 3 Thespians I, 2, 3 French Club I, 2 Pre4MecI Club I BAKER, BRUCE BARBER, RICK Slci Club I, 2,3 Honor Sociely 3 Pre-Med Club 3 BARTLETT, MARSHA Nalional Honor Soc. 3 Concerl' Choir 2, 3 FTA 2. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Junior Escor'I's 2 BAUGHMAN, JOHN Senio BENS. BARBARA Red Cross 2. 3 BAYLES' Trilvl-II-Y 3 u RICHARD BYRDSEYE all nEl,fl,b33 Concerl' Choir 2, 3 BARBARA Folk Song Club 3 Aeronaufics 3 BENSON BOB BEARD, BECKMAN, gk, Club 3' Eoolball I BER6, BILL BERNE, JAN ly High I I BUTLER, Rom Honor Soc. 3 Rep. Assembly 2 - Ski Club I, 2 Baskelball I Baseball I BYRNE. - GRETCI-IEN BEST. BOB BITTLE, VICKI BURTON, GARY CALLAGHAN, CINDY Nal. Forensics 2, 3 Allwerfies 3 Newcomer's Club 2, 3 Pre-Med Club 3 Ski Club 2, 3 l 43 BLOSSOM. LYNN BJORK, IVIARI Honor Soc. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Faslwion Board 3 BOARDMAN, KAY Pep Club 2, 3, Pres. 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Concerl' Choir 3 Folksong Club I, 2 BOGGIS, TERRY Na+. Honor Soc. 3 Junior Escorls 2 Afherfies 3 FTA 3 Pep Club 3 BOHANNA. KATHY BOOREN. MARK Hi-Y I, 2, 3 Ski Club I TARS I Aeronaulics Club 3 BOSMA, JANE Drama Club 2, 3 Honor Soc. 2, 3 Aiherfies 3 Pep Club 3 Girl's Sfale 2 BRECHTEL, STEVE Ski Club 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Foolball I BRELSFORD, DON BUCHANAN. CAROL Honorary Cadel 2, 3 Junior Escorl' 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Ski Club I. 2, 3 BUNT. STEVE BURGHARDT. CAROL Jr. Escorls 2 Folk Song Club I, 2, 3 Vice-Pres. Council 2, 3 FTA 3 BU RLEY, LINDA Allierfies. 3 Jr. Escorls 2 Pep Club 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Ski Club 2 BURT, BOB H01 5-an 'Ffh CALDWELL, CAMPBELL, LINDA STEVE Slci Club I, 2, 3 CALLIER, LAURA H,,,,,, SOC, 3 Young Dems I. 2. 3 Track I, 2. 3 Red Cross I. 2. 3 Baskelball I, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Journal 3 CARDA, RON Honor Soc. 3 Baseball I, 2, 3 Wreslling I, 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 Ski Club l, 2, 3 CARLSON. JANET Honor Soc. 3 Pre-Mecl Club 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Concerl Band I, 2, 3 IRC 2, 3 CARLTON, MARK Baseball I, 2, 3 D Club 2. 3 Foolball I, 2 Journal I, 2, 3 Eros Arrow Prince 3 CARPENTER, CATHY Pre-Med Club 3 Pep Club 2. 3 Ski Club I. 2 Tadpoles I Arl Guild 2 CARPENTER, MARGY CAVNAR. LINDA Pep Club 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 Spanish Club 3 CHANDLER, DON Slage Band I, 2, 3 Karale Club 3 Swim Team 2, 3 Tennis Team I, 2, 3 CHANDLER, CLARK, CRAIG ,...ff,'.'f5. CLARK- GREG Swim Team I, 2, 3 ROTC I' 2' 3 I' 2. 3 I'IOr1Of' SOC. 3 Young Dems 3 D Club 3 CHRISTIAN. STEVE COOK. DEBBIE COPE, PATTY COWEN, RICK CRAIN, DON Early Effor COLLINS, JIM Gymnaslics 2, 3 Aeronaulics 3 CONNELLY. JANE Drama Club 2, 3 French Club 3 Slci Club I, 2,3 Pep Club 3 Drama Club Play eap Rewards DE TAR, ANITA Fashion Board 3 Cl b P 2, 3 Rig. Aisembly 3 ski Club I, 2 DIANE DE WITT, DIXON, PAT-ll German Club 2. 3 CRAVENNA. GIOVANNI Foreign Exchange Sfudenl' lllalyl 3 CROCKER, LIZ Cheerleader 2, Head 3 Arislocral 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Alherlies 3 Jr. Escorl 2 CROSBY. BECKY GirI's Ens. 2, 3 Folk Song Club 3 Spanish Club 2, 3 CROW, BRUCE DODD, JULIE Journal I, 2, 3 Concerl Choir 3 FTA I, 2. 3 Girl's Ens. 2 Honor Soc. 3 DONOVAN, MICHAEL Hi-Y 3 Red Cross 2 NFL 2 CUMMING, DOUG DAVIS, CARI Journal I, 2 TARS 3 Ski Club 3 Powder Puff I, 2 DAVIS, MISSY DAVIS, REENIE DECCA 3 Arl Guild 2 Head Slarl 2 IRC 2 DAY, BARBARA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Honorary Cadels 2, 3 Na+. Honor Soc. 3 Concerl Orch. I, 2. 3 Jr. Escorl 2 DE GON. MARY Honor Soc. 3 Jr. Escorl' 2 Alherfies 3 , Pre-Med Club 2, 3 DUNLAP. DAVID DOSH- Honor Soc. 3 Drama Club 2, 3 D Club 3 Sr. GirI's Rep. 3 Foolbgll 2 Rep. Assembly 2 Wresfling I Honor Soc. 3 Gymnasfics 2 Pep CM' 2 DURKIN Eanunnson DRONENBURG. pE6GY STEVE JOHN . Pep Club 2. 3 Concerl Band 2, 3 Honor SOC, 3 ESI-IOI-MI Fool. Band I, 3 FTA I, 3 JG LYNN EH LERS. STEVE EINARSEN, JEANNE ELLISON. KEITH Head Boy 3 Jr. Class Pres. Journal 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Baskelball I, 2 EMERY, SHELDON ENEWOLD. STEVEN Baskelball I. 2 Baseball I. 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Newcomer's Club 3 ENGLE. DEBBIE ENC-LES, JOHN ENGLISH. DAVE ENGSTROM. SALLY Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Vice-Pres. Council 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Ski Club I. 2. 3 ERICSON. KEITH Honor Soc. 3 Newcomer's Club 2, 3 Folksong Club I, 2, 3 Ski Club 3 Concerl Clwoir I, 3 ESCOTT. BAR BAR.A Newcomer's Club 3 Pep Club 3 Ski Club 3 Honor Soc. 3 EVANS, HOWARD Baskelball I, 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Track I, 2, 3 Key Club I, 2. 3 D Club 3 The 12th of Never-- Here At Last fi' FENGLER. FIELD, ALICE FISCH. Drama Club I. 2. 3 Porn-Pom Girl 2. 3 TI"e5P'an5 3 ' Jr. Escorls 2 Head 3 Concefl Chou' 2- 3 Honor Soc. 3 Afherfies 3 gherfi? 3 3 IRC 2. 3 Concerl Choir 3 Ono' OC- , , FISHER. KAREN Homo SOC 3 FINDLAY- Honor Soc. 3 FENTON, JACK RENNIE Thespians 2, 3 Hi-Y 3 Concerl Choir 3 Swirnminq I, 2 Alherfies 3 Tennis I. 2, 3 Gymnaslics I, 2, 3 FISHER, VALORIE IRC 2. 3 Drama Club I. 2 Thespians I, 2, 3 Jr. Escorls 2 Honor Soc. 3 FISHMAN. MARCY Journal I, 2, 3 Concerl Band I. 2. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 GirI's Slale 3 Allierfies 3 FLATER, SHERI Concerl Choir 2, 3 FTA I. 2, 3 Girl's Ensemble I Pep Club 2, 3 Folksong Club 3 FLETCHER, WALTER 'vw' FLORY. MARILYN FORD, DAVE Red Cross I, 2, 3 Ski Club 2. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 FTA 2, 3 FREEHLIN6, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 DAVID Spanish Club 2, 3 FLYNN, KATHY Rep. Assembly 3 Newcomer's Club 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Ski Club I, 2,3 GILES, RUSS All School Treas. 3 Concerl Choir 2 Arislocral 3 GILLESPIE. MARGEE Trl-I-Il-Y 2, 3 Newcomers Club 3 Red Cross I, 2 Ski Club 3 GOLDFAIN, CAROL Pep Club 2 Drama Club I German Club I Ski Club I, 2, 3 Afherfies 3 GOLDSTEIN, BETTY Pre-Med Club 2. 3 Concerf Choir 3 Bowling Club 3 GOLDSTEIN, JON Wreslling I Ski Club I, 2 All School Show GOLUB, MIKE Concer+ Band I, 2. 3 Concerl' Orch. I, 2, 3 Slage Band 2 FREEMAN. CHUCK FREEMAN. JEFF Ski Club I, 2, 3 FRIEDELL, KAREN Follcsong Club I Newcomer's Club 3 C-5irI's Ensemble I, 2, 3 FULLER. TERRY GALLEIVIORE, SCOTT Foolball I, 2, 3 Track 2. 3 Baskeiball I, 2, 3 Baseball I GARRECHT, JIM ROTC I. 2 Spanish Club 3 GELT. TED GERBER, LINDA Honor Soc. 3 Afherfies 3 Jr. Escorls 2 Color Day Princess I Jr. Dance Princess GILBERT. BECKY Red Cross I, 2, 3 Concerl Choir 2, 3 GILBERT. BEV All School Sec. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Alherfies 3 Jr. Escorl' 2 Honor Soc. 3 GRAIBUS. RICH GRANDE. ROBYN Concerl Choir 2, 3 Thespians 3 Drama Club 2, 3 Newcomers Club 2, 3 All School Show 2, 3 GRAY, ROBERT Cross Counlry I, 2. 3 Track I, 2, 3 Spanish Club 3 Honor Soc. 3 D Club 3 GREEN, ESTY GREENFIELD, PETER Key Club 3 All School Show 2 Honor Soc. 3 Bridge Club 2, 3 Bowling Club 2, 3 GROUT, NANCY DECA GirI's Ensemble 3 Orcheslra 3 Speech 3 GRUMMERT, KRIS GUNNING, KRISTY Soph. Vice-Pres. Color Day Queen I Sr. Class Play Concerl Choir 2, Honor Soc. GUZOFSKY, CAROL I'IAI'IN, RICK Ski Club I, 2,3 Track I Eoolball I Hi-Y I, 2, 3 HAMBURG, BUDDY Aeronaulics Club 3 Greenhouse Manager 2, 3 Newcomers Club 3 HAMMOND, BILL Foolball I, 3 Baseball I, 2. 3 Baskelball I Ski Club 2, 3 D Club 3 HARGRAVE. LINDA Polksonq Club I HARRIS, VICKI Jr. Escorls Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 FTA 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 HANSON. CHERYL Honor Soc. 3 Ski Club I, 2, 3 Jr. Escorl 2 Arislocral 2, 3 Alherfies 3 HARAWAY, CINDY Pep Club V.-Pres. All Slale Band 3 All Slafe Orch. 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 HARRISON. PAUL Concerl Choir 2,3 HART, DONNA Honor Soc. 3 Tri-I'Ii-Y 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Alherfies 3 J r. Escorl HARDWICK. MAC Journal I, 2 Arislocral 3 Gymnaslics 2, 3 HARDY. CLAUDIA Jr. Class Queen Color Day Prin. I Jr. Escorls Honor Soc. 3 Ski Club I, 2 HARTNELL, LOU HAZLEWOOD HOLLY Folksonq Club 3 Drama Club I HENDERSON, HEYL, JOAN Pep Club 2. 3 , su ci is 2.3 ilu? 2' 3 DramauCIub 1, 2, 3 Pep Club 2,3 HIBBS Slc' Club I, 2, 3 ' Folksonq Club I. 2 CRYSTAL Jr. Escorl 2 HEINISLEY, Pep Club 2, 3 MARSHA Honor Soc. 3 Tri-I'Ii-Y 2, 3 Ski Club l, 2 HICKS, SANDY Cheerleader 3 Homecoming Princess 3 Color Day Princess 2 Jr. Escorl 2 Rep. Assembly 2 I-IINKLE, JOHN HISE, ADRIAN Baseball I Wresfling I Ski Club I HOCKOM. CYNTHIA Drama Club I. 2, 3 Tlwespians l, 2, 3 NFL 2, 3 Jr. Escorls Honor Soc. 2, 3 HOKR, LYNN Soplw. Class Rep. Arislocral Princess I Pep Club 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Red Cross I, 2 HORNER, SUSI GirI's Rifle Team I, 2, 3 Lil. Magazine Edilor 3 Red Cross 3 Folk Song Club 2. 3 Newcomers Club 3 HUDSON, DALE Honor Soc. 3 Newcomers Club 2, 3 Rep. Assembly 3 HUMPHREY. PAUL Foolball I, 2, 3 Key Club 2, 3 D Club 3 ' Boy's Rep. I, 2.3 HUNTER. ORION Sr. Class Play ConcerICI'1oir I, 2 All Slale Cl'ioir 2 All School Show 2 NFL 3 The Spirit Sei HYLLAND. RHANNA Jr. Escorls 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Newcomers Club 2, 3 IHASZ, SUSAN JACK, BRUCE JACKSON, BOB Folk Song Club 3 All Cily CI1oir3 All School Show 2 Foolball I Concerl Choir I, 2, 3 JAMISON, KIM JEEFS, BRUCE 24I JENNI. ALAN Foolball I Baskelball I JENNINGS. JCAN Jr. Escorl 2 Alherfies 3 Honor Soc. 3 Pep Club 2, 3 JOHNSON, RON Honor Soc. 3 Track I, 2 JOHNSON, TOM Honor Soc. 3 Thespians 2, 3 Newcomers Club 2, 3 All School Show 2 Drama Club 2, 3 JOHNSON. VICKI Pep Club 2, 3 Ski Club I, 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Rep. Assembly 3 JOHNSTON. CHRIS Honor Soc. 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 TARS 3 Newcomers Club 2 Ski Club I, 2, 3 KAHIVI, JANET Rep. Assembly 2. 3 All School Show 2, 3 Concerl Choir 2, 3 All Ciry Choir 3 KANIES, PEGGY Honorary Caclel' 2, 3 Jr. Escorf Rep. Assembly 2 Ski Club I KASISKA, JANET FTA 2, 3 Treasurer 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Jr. Escorl KAST, PETER Foolball I, 2, 3 D Club 2, 3 Aeronaulics Club 2 Ski Club I KING. DEBBIE KING, DENNIS KIRK. GEORGIA Honorary Cadels 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Rep. Assembly 3 TARS 3 German Club Sec. I KLEIN. LINDA Yearbook S+aIf I Thespians 3 Drama Club 2, 3 Jr. Escorfs Alherfies 3 KO LB, RAN DY Foolball I KOSENA, BILL Aeronaulics Club V.-Pres. 3 Wreslling I, 2, 3 V.-Pres. Council 3 Ski Club I, 2, 3 JOHNSTON. I SANDY Recl Cross 3 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Drama Club 2 Folksong Club 3 French Club 3 JORGENSEN. GERI 'Yearbook 3 Folksong Club 3 Arl' Guild 3 JORGENSON, LYNN Ski Club 2. 3 Newcomers Club 3 Folksong Club 2, 3 JUHNKE, JANET It's Over! Q -Q KOSENA, BOB Wreslling I, 2, 3 Aeronaufics Pres. 3 KRISTI ANITA Ski Club I, 2, 3 Drama ll 2 Red Cross 3 I KOSHIO' KRAMER- eifrs Ensemble 2, 3 GLORIA MARY LAMBI. PAUL Pep Club 2. 3 Pom-Pom em 2. 3 KUNSE. BOB Alherlies 3 Honor Soc. 3 Swimming 2, 3 Newcomer's Club 2, 3 Arislocral Prin. 3 Gymnaslics 2. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Jr. Escorl- Newcomers Club 3 Jr. Escorls Allnerfies 3 PFS-Med Club 3 LAMPE, KATHY Sfudenl' Council 2, 3 Color Day Prin. 2 Pep Club 2, 3 Girl's Shale 2 DAR Finalisf 3 LARSON, CRAIG Wreslling I, 2, 3 Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3 D Club 2. 3 LAUTERBACH. MIKE su Club i, 2, 3 'K eolf I, 2 LAUTI-l. NANCY ..--' Concerf Choir 2, 3 All Cify Choir 3 Honor Soc, 3 Jr. Escorls Pep Club 2 MAESTAS. TERI Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 MAISTU- Alberlies 3 P Cl b 2, 3 S . Cl Pl LENICHECKI LEONARD. LITTELL. JEFF Lowe DAVID Fill 2.u3 nlamf 521352.33 ROB SHARON pombe!! 2' 3 MAC LEISH Honor Soc. 3 Thespians 2, 3 Conced Band 1, 2' 3 Honor Soc. 3 Baseball 3 ' Honor SOC- 3 Concerl Choir 3 Allmerlies 3 D Club 2, 3 CINDY ' Drama Club PIPY 2 Slage Band I, 2, 3 Tfi.H..Y 2, 3 V Pep Club 2, 3 MARK MAISTO All Cify Orcl'1,2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 LLOYD, Spanish Club 2, 3 Foofball 2 ' All Cily Band I. 3 Jr. Escorl Pep Club 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Key Club 3 Pre-Med Club 3 Trl-HI-Y 2. 3 D Club 2, 3 Young Dems 2, 3 LEONARD. LET-I-S, Ski Club3 JV- ESCOFI Swimming 2, 3 Follxsong Club 3 243 MARESH. MARTIN. MC CAMMON, MC CARTHY. MC DANIEL, MC FADDEN. KATHY JERRY CLAUDIA DEBBYE JO ELLIS R 2. 3 j'ipl'5,,flaQ1fep' MARTINEZ, Mo CARTY, Mc CORMICK. '.3ZS'fI2fr3l3 3 Infm.. ou.. 2, 3 J., Em... LINDA RoeER MISTY Drama Club 2 Them... 2. 2 Erenclw Club 2, 3 TARS 2, 3 German Club 3 DONNA - MC FAR'-AND' MARSHALL, NFL I 2 3 RICK HADI IRC 2: 35 Karate Club 3 Allnerfies 3 Pres. Drama Club I, 2 Ski Club 2, 3 PSP CIUID 2. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Jr, Eggorfs MC FARREN. DONNA MC GOWEN. CINDY MC SHANE. NANCY Head Girl 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Ski Club I. 2. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Arislocral I, 2. 3 MELNICK. JEFF MERCER. DEBBIE Cheerleader 3 Thespians 3 Honor Soc. 3 Red Cross 2. 3 MEYER. MARCIA Sr. Class Sec. Honorary Cadel 2, 3 Journal 2 I Pep Club 2. 3 I Trl-Hi-Y 2. 3 Seniors Soar 1 MILLER, MILLER. MILLER. BETSY KENT A. STEVE Pep Club 2, 3 Wreslllnq I. 2. 3 ConcerICI1oIr 3 51,1 Club I, 2, 3 Ski Club I, 2. 3 Folksang Club 2. 3 Tri.Hi.Y 3 Concerl Band I. 2, 3 Pres, 3 FTA 3 ConcerIOrcI'1. 3 Sr, Class Play Drama Club 2 MILLER' Concerl Band I MILLER. DOUG KENT W. MILLS. KENT EOOILJGII I. 2. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Baslcelball I, 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 D Club 2, 3 HEY II 2- 3 Key Club 3 HI-Y 2, 3 D Club 2,3 Swim Team I, 2, 3 Ski Club I. 2.3 Ski Club I. 2. 3 MYERS, ELLEN GWFC 2, 3 Pom-Porn Girl 2, 3 Journal 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Vice Pres. Young Dems 3 NATALE. KIM Track I, 2, 3 ROTC I, 2, 3 NFL 3 NHS 3 NELSON, TED NOE, DEBBIE Drama Club 3 sh Club I 2,3 Spani , Follcsong Club 3 MITCEHEIE., MOORE, MAC M LIN A Honor Soc. 3 IYIUIXIDELI-1 JIM Aflwerlies 3 FOOIPGII 2' 3 Jr. Escorfs Baslselball I, 2 2' 3 Baseball I, 2. 3 Pep Club 2 3 Rep. Assembly 2, 3, ' Pres. 3 MONGE, DIANE I'I"Y I' 2- 3 Jr. Escorl Honor Soc. 3 Aflmerlies 3 Folksong Club 2 Newcomers Club 2, 3 ' LL --- I.l--.. - NORDEN, CSAIL Pre-Med Club 2 Pep Club 3 Ski Club I, 2. 3 6irI's Ensemble 2 Follcsong Club 3 NORDSTROM, DEBBIE NORIS, KATIE OLVEY, JANE s . oBsTFELD. ffhneiiiefi 3 ILENE PM I. 2. 3 Pep Club 2. 3 Tri-I-n.Y 2. 3 Ski Club I, 2 Jr. Escorls ORR, THOMAS I-Ia.Y I, 2, 3 NFL 2 Honor Soc. 3 Sr. Class Play Ski Club l, 2, 3 FTA I- 2 OZMAN. Pres. 3 DENNIS ConcerICI1oir I, 2, 3 OVIATT, SUE Honor Soc. 3 Allnerlies 3 Pep Club 2, 3 DIA Inv PAGLIASOTTI. JOANNE Concerl Clwoir 3 IRC 3 French Club 3 Young Dems 3 Girl's Ens. I, 2 PARKER. BETH Slci Club I, 2 Karale Club 3 12 PARSONS. BOB NFL I, 2. Pres. 3 Honor Soc. 3 Bridge Club 2, 3 Con. Band 2, 3 PATE, BILL Foolball I, 2, 3 Slci Club I Lil. Mag. 2, 3 Pre-Med Club I ON, TURNER 245 PATTON, KIP PEAY. CANDY PENLEY. PAYTON, PEIRSON. JUDY GORDON NANCY PEDERSON, LARS Pep Club 2, 3 Newcomers Club 2, 3 Alherfies 3 Hon. Soc. 3 Jr. Escorl' The End of the Road 6 PRINGLE, BOB Journal I, 2, 3 Sludenl' Council 2 Thespians 2, 3 Track I. 2 Honor Soc. 3 QUAIVI, PATTY Concerl Choir I. 2, 3 McGregor's Beggars 3 All Cily Choir 3 Honorary Cadel' 2 Jr. Escorl OUIMBY, LESLIE' RADETSKY. JAY Journal I, 2. 3 Rep. Assembly 2, 3 Young Dems. 2, 3 Drama Club 3 Honor Soc. 3 PESUSICH, JEANNE All School Show Comm. 2 Sr. Class Play Comm. 3 PETERSEN. CYNDEE Jr. Class Princess Ski Club I, 2, 3 French Club 2. 3 Arislocral 3 Jr. Escorl PHILLIPS, JOHN Aeronaulics Club 3 POLLACK, GEOFFREY Concerl Band I, 2, 3 All Ciiy Band I, 3 Newcomers Club 2. 3 Slci Club 3 All School Show 2 PORTER, JEROME Na+. lvleril Semi-Fin. Honor Soc. 3 Boy's Slale 2 NFL 3 Key Club 2. 3 PORTER. PATTY Pep Club 2, 3 Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3 Ski Club I, 2, 3 POWELL, STEVE POWERS, JENNIFER PRATT. JIM PRIMACK. TERRI ,bfi 'fflv if ...nf 'vp-4' .,,,--I ed 'drrrf RALSTON, RASMUSSEN. SHERYL DIANE Hg..E3?'E'l.. 3 REID. CINDY Allnerfies 3 Arislocral' Prin. 3 Pep Club 2 RAIVIO, BARB Jr. Escorl Honor Soc. 3 Ski Club I, 2. 3 Pep Club 3 Young Dems. I, 2 ROBINSON, ROTHSTEIN. SALLY IVIORT Ski Club I, 2. 3 Rep. Assembly 2 RUPERT. TARS 3 GEORGE ROHM, DAVE REX, PHIL Wreslling I, 2 Span. Club 2, Track I, 2 RICHARDS. DYANNA FTA 2, 3 Pep Club 2, 3 Rep. Assembly GirI's Ens, 2, 3 DECA 3 ,..,,-v RICHARDS, VAL Honorary Cadels 2 3 Homecoming CI'1m.3 Honor Soc. 3 Tri-HIVY 2 GirI's Slale 2 RITTER, SUE SAMPLE, SHIRLEY SANDER, RICKIE Honor Soc. 3 Gymnaslics I, 2, 3 Cross Counlry I, 2, 3 Swimming I, 2, 3 SARACINO, JOE Gymnaslics I, 2, 3 D Club 2, 3 Wreslling I, 2 SAVIERS, JOHN Hi-Y 2, 3 Gymnasllcs I, 2, 3 Tennis I, 2 D Club 3 RITZ, DAVE ROTC I. 2 DECA 3 I Aeronaulics C ub 3 Arl Guild 2 Sfamp Club I ROBERTS, ROD The Spirit of '68 SQHERRER. FRED Wreslling I, 2, 3 D Club 3 Hi-Y I, 2. 3 SCHISSLER. CHUCK Honor Soc. 3 Baseball I, 2, 3 Foolball I D Club 2, 3 SCHUMACHER. ROBBIE Foolball l, 2, 3 Wreslling I, 2, 3 D Club 2, Pres. 3 K Club 3 GY Honor Soc. 3 SCOTT, ROKEY Sr. Class Rep. Key Club 2, 3 D Club 2, 3 Span. Club 2, 3 Foolball I SHEARER, LAURA Ski Club I, 2, 3 Rep. Assembly 2, 3 Arislocral Prln. 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 SHERBACK, JAMES Gymnasllcs I, 2, 3 D Club l, 2, 3 Rep. Assembly 3 Sl-IERIDAN. ED Sl-IINN. DENNIS SMITI-I. WARREN SNOW. MIKE SNIEGOWSKI, Km Em MIKE SOFALY. SCOTT SINOPOLI. JANICE Honor Soc. 3 Tfa.Hi.Y 3 Pep Club 2 Young Dems 3 SIEKMIER, Newcomer's Sli Club 3 Club 3 SMITH vacuo was 3 , Red cms 3 DECA 3 SIMPSON, GAIL 455,13 Eng. 3 SMITH, KEENE 'tr SONDRUP, RON Foolball I, 2, 3 SPANGLER. BECKY Cheerleader 2, 3 Honor Soc. 3 Alherfies 3 Red Cross 2, 3 Concerl' Choir 2, 3 v V SPANGLER. STEPHENSON, GREG TIM Spanish 3 Red Cross 3 Ski Club I, 2 STEVENS ON. STEFANIK. BRUCE GERI THARP, GREG THOMAS. GREG Gymnaslics 2, 3 German Club I Ski Club 3 THRASH. CATHY TIPPS, KIM Cheerleader 2, 3 S'I'udenI' Council 2 Jr. Escorl' G rl s Slale 2 Honor Soc 3 STONE. TONY STORHAUG- I 2 Pres Concerl Orch. I, 2, 3 -I-IIVI Jr Escol Honor Soc. 3 All Slale Band 3 STRACEY. BOB Pre-Med Club Pres. 3 Slci Club 2, 3 Slage Bancl I, 2, 3 Rep. Assembly 3 TODD, KEN TOURNEY DONNA DECA Treas. 3 Rep. Assembly 3 French Club 2. 3 Girl s Ens. 2, 3 TOWNE. LINDA Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Tennis Team Mgr. 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BeH'y Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Cindy MacLeish Valediciorians Vicforia Harris Judy Pierson Salmrlaiorian Roberi' Parsons Nafional -Merii' Finalisfs Carl Ernsf Roberl' Gray Pefer Greenfield Cindy MacLeisl1 Jerome Porfer Jay Radefsky ScoH Van Genderen DAR Award Nancy McShane Colorado Sociefy of Engineers Award Doug Miller Boeifchar Foundalion Award Jerome Porfer Paul Arendi' Kay Boardman Mark Carlion Laura Collier John Cravenna Liz Crocker Carl Ernsf Marlys Fengler Bev Gilberi' Rob Gray Bill Gufhrie Krisiy Gunning Susi Horner Paul Humphrey Georgia Kirk Kafhy Lampe Rob Lenincheck Doug Miller Jim Mundell Kim Nafale Nancy Payfon Bob Pringle Rob Schumacher Roland ScoH' Shirley Templefon Scoff Van Genderen Tom Wadlingfon Randy Wafson Debbie Welch Gayle Whifaker Sally Wiederspan Diane Wyble l5'c1f Gilbert OTher schools may know her name Trom The leTTers she senT ouT as All-School SecreTary, buT'Bev C5ilberT was known To The senior class Tor all The hard work she puT in. Her arTisTic TalenTs were shown in The Homecoming and Color Day decoraTions, her aThleTic prowess on The ski slopes, and her sense oT sTyle Through The Tashion board. Pep Club and ATherTies Tound Bev To be an asseT Through her acTive in- TeresT and her consisTenT parTicipaTion. Bev was always Trying To do someThing Tor oThers and was able To accomplish a greaT deal, even on shorT noTice. Hur! cgI'l15f The TacT ThaT he could noT do enough reigned supreme Through Carl ErnsT's high school career. Even in a heaTed debaTe Tor NFL, Carl proved ThaT doing beTTer Than his besT was rewarding. As a classmaTe and Triend, Carl's easy going TemperamenT and subTle modesTy gained him The respecT oT his Tellow SparTans. As a sopho- more and iunior, Carl was a member oT The Cross CounTry Team. ln his Tree Time. Carl's candid enThusiasm ioined "SecTion K", and pegged him as an avid member oT The ski club. Recognized Tor his academic achievemenTs, "Gringo" was chosen Tor The AFS sTudenT exchange To Chile. Carl ErnsT was noT only a Toreign diplomaT, buT a diplomaT of sinceriTy, humiliTy and Triendship. A , s, 8-ENIORS .gi-+L Diane Wyblc E VSIT- Lfr2+IlZlR+Ii-1 NOT many sTudenTs could have solved This Chem- isTry equaTion, buT Tor Diane iT would have been easy. Taking Two college level courses did noT phase her. She sTill had Time To be cheerleader, pom-pon girl, an ATherTie. business manager oT The ArisTo- craT sTaTT. and kepT a 3.9 grade average, placing her TourTh in class rank. Everyone musT agree ThaT Diane was a Tremendous asseT To her class in every way. Wm ,Muudell The senior class would never have been The same wiThouT Jim and all of his inspir- ing and hilarious remarks. l-le was a Tun- loving boy and devoTed To all oT his Triends. l-le did have his serious side, however. l-Te was presidenT oT The RepresenTaTive Assem- bly, a demanding job in iTselT. l-le also played TooTball and baseball Tor Three years, and basl4eTball Tor Two. IT he was noT playing he always arrived decked in cowboy booTs and a cowboy haT To cheer The Team To vicTory. Jim had always been one oT The hardesT worlcing seniors in The class. 1306 lcnicheck When iT comes To music, one name pops inTo The minds OT all seniors-Rob Lenicheclc. l-le is "The man wiTh The horn", who represenTed TJ in Macy's Thanlcs- giving Day Parade. l-le was voTed The besT member oT The conceri' and sTage band as well as All CiTy Orches- Tra and All STaTe Band. Rob symbolized This school's achievemenTs from leading The band aT Homecoming To being an acTive member oT The Honor SocieTy. Few peo- ple have ever achieved so much musically in such a shorT Time. Marys .isrzgler A hard-working, dedicaTed and conscienTious ATherTie, Pom-Pon girl, and sTudenT, was lvlarlys Fengler. She was dependable Tor anyThing and everyThing, and always cheerfully accepTed all responsibiliTy. As Head Pom-Pon girl in her senior year, lvlarlys choreographed The inTricaTe sTeps and various TormaTions Tor The dances oT The eighT girls. She served as SecreTary oT ATherTies, displaying her eTTicency and abiliTy To work well wiTh oThers. Marlys was named OuTsTanding Junior Girl Tor her good ciTizenship, high grades, and posiTive aTTiTude. These same aTTribuTes made her eligible Tor NaTional Honor SocieTy in her Senior Year. These were noT her only acTiviTies. Marlys was a College Biology sTudenT, a member oT Tri-Hi-Y, and ConcerT Choir, and a Junior EscorT. Her bouncy spiriT greaTly enriched The class OT I968. Doug ,Millar A quieT, reserved personaliTy, someTimes hid The dynamic individual in "harder-The-beTTer" aTTiTude. In his Senior Year, Doug Taclqled The rigors oT TooTball as he capTured a sTarTing posiTion on The SparTan line. OTT The Tield, one could Tind Doug worlcing on College ChemisTry in The lab, or diligenTly doing his Calculus homework. ln whaTever Time he had Tree Trom class acTiviTies and TuncTions, Doug parTicipaTecl in inTramural baskeTball. Perhaps The climax oT his Senior Year was his elecTion as Vice-PresidenT OT Key Club. We are proud To recognize Doug Miller: a diligenT scholar, capable aThleTe, and Triend. ,fahu Hrazfmmz As The lTalian represenTaTive Tor The American Field Service To TJ, John Crevanna helped sTudenTs gain insighT inTo The lTalian culTures and way OT Thinlcing. Perhaps he was mosT noTed Tor keeping his warm personaliTy and exciTed enThusiasm even in a sTrange counTry. John parTicipaTed in many oT The class acTiviTies, and spoke aT The BroTherhood Assembly. Through his membership in The lnTernaTional Rela- Tions Club, John played an inTegral parT mainTaining The respecT Tor Tor- eign lands. His career aT TJ proved To be enlighTening Tor everyone. John Cravenna acTed as a diplomaT, pro- moTing undersTanding, Triendship, and peace among men. j MQ, .M 1-5, Nancy Payton Through six long years oT silenT worlcing behind The scenes and noTorieTy oT The class oT '68, Nancy PayTon was a mainsTay oT The school and senior class. While giving Treely oT her Time and eTTorTs To help her class, Nancy "donaTed" her house Tor TloaT building in our Junior year and devoTed many hours To Pep Club, New- comers Club and ATherTies. She was honored as a Jun- ior EscorT and being in NaTional l'lonor SocieTy. She could always be Tound unobTrusively helping To deco- raTe Tor dances or collecTing canned goods and Good- will. Nancy will be remembered as one oT The mosT val- uable worlcers in The class oT '68. 'Z 'EEF Ln. Georgia Kirk On a superficial level Georgia was all laughs, a perTecT ice-breaker Tor any group. YeT, beneaTh This iovial personaliTy she was a dedicaTed, inolusTrious individual. Georgia Taclcled The laborious honor oT LieuTenanT Colonel, leading her Tellow CadeTs. She sTrongly supporTed The Pep Club Tor Two years as one of iTs mosT vociTerous mem- bers. Georgia Kirlq was never Talae, always sTraighTTorward and The class beneTiTecl Trom her direcT leadership. T7 .---""..'Z ' -3-anus: E1 i Hill ,Guthrie Bill Gufhrie was one of fhose in- feresfing individuals who could un- dersfand fhe complefe picfure of any proiecf as well as fhe mosf imaginafive sounding and reduce if on a pracfical basis. This insighf was usually followed by a morbid wifficism and a caclcling laugh. l-le sfrengfhened fhe Journal as edi- forial page edifor and grappled as one of our school's besf heavy- weighf wresflers. Bill was a cynic: yef fhaf was why we loved him. 1506 Pringle l-lis individualify was sacrificed for fhe group-all fhose near him benefifed from his subfle unifying fendencies. Bob Pringle led, in an invisible powerful manner. lf reached 'rhe Journal Sfaff and fhe Thes- pians. l'lis commifmenf on Council as Junior Class Presidenf and Journal Represenfafive broughf an infangible desire for all fo wanf fo work, l-le paced wifh fraclc and displayed his scholasfic abilify on Nafional l-lonor Sociefy. Bob Pringle complefecl fhe group-he was indispensable. kay Boardman Board was an inspirafion and spark fhaf lif fhe Sparlan Spirifs and fhis year's Senior class. Her wif never died fhrough all fhe chiding and chasfisemenf she had fo use as Pep Club Presidenf. Thinlc of a class worlc proiecf and she could always be counfed on fo frudge fhrough fhe snow for cans, beg for discards, or spray Crocodiles wifh fhe besf of fhem. Wifhouf drawing affenfion fo herself, Kay Board- man gave sfrong and able supporf fo her class fhaf was needed and could nof have been done wifhouf. Kablzic Gray Robbie Gray's amiable characfer won him well deserved recognifion. As capfain of fhe Cross- Counfry Team, Rob sfrode fo a fop place in sfafe sfandings, and also finished well in spring fraclc. Nof only did Rob achieve afhlefically buf proved himself an infelligenf sfudenf. As Presiclenf of fhe Nafional Honor Sociefy, he mainfained an excel- lenf grade average. ln fhe fall of his Senior year, he became a Nafional lvlerif finalisf. Rob was an avid member of fhe Teenage Republicans, and sup- porfed if well. As a fhree-fime lefferman, he became acfive in fhe "D" club. lf is wifh greaf pride fhaf fhe ARISTOCRAT salufes Robbie Gray for his ouf- sfanding high school career. Paul Humphrey Few people are as big in as many ways as Paul. Besides being a fierce gianf on fhe foofball feam for fhree years, he was one of fhe warmesf and hardesf working peo- ple in fhe senior class. He was de- vofed fo his class for fhree years by righffully holding fhe office of Boy Represenfafive. His dedica- fion fo his school didn'f sfop fhere however. He was in Key Club for fwo years, sfriving hard fo improve fhe club all fhe fime. He main- fained af leasf a 3.0 grade aver- age in befween all of his ofher ac- fivifies. Paul was fhe lcind of a boy you couldn'f miss seeing in fhe hall, nof only because of his size, buf because of his genuinely friendly grin and his big "Hi!" fo everybody. 265 W QQ 'K ' f' Mark Karlfvn Mark Carlfon could be amply summed up as an experience in comedy. No maffer whaf fhe subiecf, he could always find some- fhing original and humorous fo say, as was shown regularly in his column "Chopping Block" of fhe Jefferson Journal. Mark had a unique mefhod of enferfaining fhe masses wifh a realisfic inferprefa- fion of a French beheading scene. ln his sophomore and junior years he parficipafed in fhe sporf of foofball. buf chose fo lef if go by fhe wayside in his lasf year. Proving fo be recognized as an All-Sfafer in his iunior year, Mark led fhe Sparfans fo fhe sfafe championship over Poudre, as he pifched and hif his way fo a lopsided vicfory. All in all. Mark was a swell guy whom words could never describe, because you'd sfill be cafching up. "sifi " r. ig - , ,f ,fi Gi? if xi KX 94' Paul Arendt Jusf one paragraph cannof be big enough fo lisf all of fhe oufsfanding achievemenfs of Paul Arendf. His keen afhlefic abilify and desire fo fake fhe Sparfans fo fhe fop spread his fame nof only fhoughouf fhe school, buf also fhroughouf fhe enfire cify, sfafe, and nafion. He was a member of fhe All American Foofball Team. received fhe Gold Helmef Award. and became a mem- ber of fhe sfafe's afhlefic Hall of Fame. He was one of fhe fop baffers in baseball, which helped fo make us vicforious. Sfill, his success didn'f sfop wifh afhlefics. He was oufsfanding in fhe classroom. mainfain- ing an overall average of 3.3. His crazy sense of humor and personalify were over- powering. Paul will cerfainly be remem- bered by all who knew him. Kobbie Sclzumzchcr Whefher if was qualifying for fhe sfafe wresfling meefs or flirfing wifh girls, Rob- bie Schumacher was able fo meef fhe de- mand. Well-liked by his class and feam mafes, he was elecfed co-capfain of fhe foofball and wresfling squads, proving fo be a greaf assef and leader in bofh sporfs. He earned a second place in fhe cify wres- fling mafch and a place in fhe sfafe four- namenf. As presidenf of fhe Leffermen's Club, Robbie again showed fhe leadership fhaf sef him aparf from ofhers. Some are made fo follow, buf Bob Schumacher proved himself fo be one who made his class greaf. Sllfy Wiederspau Seldom alone, always laughing, Sally Wiederspan was a popular Tigure around TJ. She was a mem- ber OT many clubs and organiza- Tions and has been The recipienT oT numerous honors. Many Things seT Sally aparT Trom The class she helped lead: noT iusT because she was an Honorary CadeT. a member oT Pep Club, Vice-PresidenT oT her Senior Class, or a member oT Na- Tional Honor SocieTy. buT because Sally was Sally. WiThouT her con- sTanT spiriT and enThusiasm, her aTTiTude Towards liTe, and her hap- py smile, There would have been an absence in The Senior Class ThaT no one could have Tilled. She could noT help buT command respecT and admiraTion. Busy and wrapped in school acTiviTies, she always man- aged To remain The woman behind The PresidenT. Sally Tollowed Tra- diTion, buT above all, Sally seT her own. 1712 Krvckcr The name Liz Crocker sTood Tor Head Cheerleader, iT sTood Tor beauTy. iT sTood Tor perTecTion. UnderneaTh The obvious surTace, however, Liz was above all else sincere. This TraiT gained The ad- miraTion oT her Triends ThroughouT The school. TJ was honored To have her belong To NaTional Honor So- cieTy, ATherTies and The ArisTo- craT STaTT. Her ToremosT accom- plishmenT was insTigaTing spiriT as a cheerleader Tor Two years. Liz's capTivaTing naTure coupled wiTh sinceriTy broughT This spiriT To TJ in an unTorgeHably maTure man ner. Cam Wzzdingfafl Remaining The sTable characTer in The class oT I968, Tom WadlingTon led The sen- iors Through a year oT laughTer, Tears, and success. Dividing his Time beTween TooT- ball, swimming, STudenT Council, Key Club, "D" Club, and NaTional Honor SocieTy, he always Tound Time To be aT each Goodwill meeTing, collecT cans during his home- work hours, and sTill spend The day wiTh a cerTain Honorary CadeT. WiThouT Tom's quick humor, easy Temper, and consTanT good naTure. The Senior Class would have TelT a vacancy Tar greaTer Than ever imaginable. His leadership and guidance direcTed an enTire class Through Their besT year. No maTTer how busy, or how Tired, or how disappoinTed, Tom never TorgoT his responsibiliTies and never Turned his back. S 267 Snsi Horner Susi Horner has always been lcnown as a sTraighT shooTer, buT she proved This poinT even TurTher when she raTed number one in The naTion This year Tor her marlismanship. She was a member OT The Girls' RiTle Team, buT also Turned her TalenTs To oTher endeavors. Susi was ediTor oT The LiTerary Magazine, CRYSTAL CAMOUFLAGE, and parTicipaTed in Follcsong, Newcomers, and Red Cross Clubs. She was a girl wiTh many TalenTs, wiTh a special abiliTy To make people smile. Scot! Van Qendervn l-le responded in a personal way To everyThing ThaT happened around him. l-le explored The causes behind The eTTecTs. He was aware. l-le believed, and he Tallced his belieTs. I-le was Today's generaTion, or everyThing iT could hope To be. T-le was ScoTT Van Genderen, sensiTive and alive, ediTor OT The JeT- Terson Journal. 268 Kathy Lnfnpc The auThoriTaTive whisTle oT KaThy Lampe, drill capTain, guided The Thomas JeTTerson Pep Club Through Their Homecoming drills. A leader in every aspecT, she aided The class oT IQ68 in role oT Girl RepresenTaTive in her iunior and senior years. The girl behind The scenes in sTudenT council, KaThy can be seen collecTing Goodwill bags, cans oT Toods, or consTrucTing a snow sculpTure Tor The sen- ior class. Besides devoTing so much Time To class ac- TiviTies, she qualiTied Tor Girls STaTe, and became a TinalisT Tor The DAR award. A warm hello and e Triendly greeTing characTerized KaThy "Lump" Lampe. Kristy Gunning Blonde, blue-eyed, and beauTiTul, KrisTy Gunning charmed her way inTo The hearTs oT all seniors. Fevi people are so sincere and spiriTed as she. KrisTy bubbles wiTh an overTlow oT TalenT. She acTed in The Senior Class Play, sang in The All-School Show, was acTive in ConcerT Choir as secreTary, and was a leader in McGregor's Beggars. Among her many oTher accomplishmenTs, she was Sophomore Vice- PresidenT, and Color Day Queen. KrisTy was a mem- ber oT l-lonor SocieTy, ATherTies, and Pep Club, and will always be remembered Tor her brighT smile in every acTiviTy. Handy Wafsarz The All-American boy image was proiecfed by "Rocky Wafson" in his varied fields of in- feresf. As Presidenf of Key Club, he rnainfained an even-fempered disposifion which commanded fhe necessary aufhorifafive power. Baseball and baskefball exhibifed his afhlefic abilifies, Randy leffering in bofh. ln his senior year he was inifiafed info Nafional l-lonor Sociefy exemplify- ing his scholasfic merifs. Randy's conservafive disposifion made him an able and well rounded leader of fhe '68 class. Ai. Shirlcy Ccmplefan Shirley Templefon was one of fhe mosf oufspoken Seniors TJ has pro- duced. As an acfive member of NFL, Shirley debafed her way fo a fop posifion on fhe school speech feam. In her senior year, she became Pres- idenf of fhe club. During her leisure fime, Shirley shussed fhe slopes of Colorado, iusfifying her mid-winfer fan. She held fhe vice-presidency in Afherfies, serving her school and communify. Her office in Tri-Hi-Y proved furfher her fine leadership capabilifies. Always, she could be found donning fhe brown and gold of fhe Pep Club. Shirley Templefon's friend- ly manner won her friendship and fame. Kokcy Sw!! Known for his subfle humor and quick wif, Rokey Scoff kepf fhe Sen- ior Class laughing, while always giving fhem his ideas and loyal supporf. Besides being Senior Represenfafive, "Roke" also found fime fo be an acfive member of Key Club, "D" Club, and Spanish Club. Well-known on fhe Swim Team, Track Team, and in fhe lnframural Baskefball League, Rokey also showed his afhlefic prowess by weighfliffing fhe year around. Well-liked by his classmafes, Rokey was chosen as an Eros' Arrow Can- didafe. Dependable, hard-working, fun-loving and joking, Rokey Scoff was rafed as one of 68's finesf. Gai! Whitaker If has always been said fhaf good fhings come in small packages, and Gayle Whifaker was no excepfion. l-ler quick fendency to laugh made her a favorife in her class and an excepfional pom-pon girl. She spenf hours marching wifh l-lonorary Cadefs and iusf as many wifh her books fo mainfain af leasf a 3.0 grade average. Her enfhusiasm and va- riefy of acfivifies gained her many friends fhroughouf fhe class, who dem- onsfrafed fheir affecfion foward her by elecfing her Homecoming Queen. 2 lil fm dl' 269 We 7 T nie., N gg M. , ., I Debbie Welch NOT only was Debbie Welch The TrusTraTed EdiTor-in-ChieT oT The I968 ArisTocraT, buT she was also a 'friend To all who knew her. ln addiTion To her many hours oT work devoTed To The Yearbook, Debbie also Tound Time Tor ATherTies, Pep Club, Junior EscorT and PresidenT oT TARS. She was honored in The fall oT her Senior year by making The Tinals Tor DAR award. Debbie had a way wiTh The adminisTraTion ThaT bewildered The resT OT The Trouble-making yearbook sTaTT. She always managed To solve The biggesT crises aT hand wiTh The TasTesT iob sTamp in The WesT. BuT Debbie Welch was someThing more Than whaT These acTiviTies name her. A smile . . . a kind word . . . a wiTTy joke . . . Debbie helped oThers To Tind her ioy in living. Debbie was one oT The real people. -Q I, Ol IGM ,Namle Long legs, a suave personaliTy, and an endearing voice characTerized crooner Kim NaTale. "Grapes" was never hard To Tind, as he was usually on The Track pracTicing Tor Tall Cross-CounTry. or spring Track. As a leTTerman. Kim was acTive in "D" Club, as well as AeronauTics and NFL. ln Febru- ary oT his senior year, Kim received an award Tor his Tine performance in The So- journers Speech conTesT. As a Major in ROTC, Kim was a gracious addiTion To The miliTary Color Guard. Kim NaTale was a Triend whose lighThearTed personaliTy made him an inTegral parT oT The class. ', -- ff- 1 , yi V A ,We is T is T an laura 6111561 Symbolized by her goggle-eyed glasses Laura CaIIier's vibranT personaliTy was TelT ThroughouT The school. She puT ouT her column Tor The Journal aTTracTing aTTenTion To subiecTs ThaT were closely relaTed To The sTudenTs. Red Cross and Pep Club were placed a sTep ahead wiTh her consTanT supporT. As PresidenT oT The Young Dems she helped TurTher The DemocraTic cause. The many TooTball. baskeTball, and base- ball games would never have been The same wiThouT her voice sounding ouT wiTh a "Come on you guys, YELl.l" Always happy, ThoughTTul, and a real worker, Laura was one of The ones which will never be TorgoTTen, Cindy Callaghan Barbara Day V Howard Evans Becky GilberT Sandy Hicks Honorable Mention Jeff LiTTel Debbie Mercer Marcia Meyer Ellen Myers Sue Ovia'H' Bob Parsons Jerome PorTer Jay RadeTsky Becky Spangler Ron Sonclrup AMICAE SORORES Cindy Allen Sandy Ariki Nancy Bauer Kathy Brewer Gloria Brown Susan Burkey Celeste Colburn-Pres. Suzanne Day Peggy Decker Carol Dorsett Jackie Frank Jill Friedman Kathy Green Dorthy Greene Jane Groves Karen Henkell Ann Howland-Treas. Kathy Jackson Robin Kal Sherri Kal Nancy Leisenring Debbie Leo Nancy McPherson Peggy McShane Jill Marshall Jill Miller-Sec. 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Catherine Linstedt 275 Cheryle Lively Kevin Lively Janet Lloyd Michael Lockard Gary Loman Cynthia Long Dennis Lont Steven Lorenz Mark Lowe Tarry Lozow Kathy Luhe Julie Lutz Katie Lutz Ranette Lutz Brooke Lyman Claudia Mc Cammon Liz Mc Carthy Carol Mc Clanahan Bill Mc Clearn Laurie Mc Gee Marilyn Mc Kinley Nancy Mc lntosh Gary Mc lntyre Diane Mc Mullen Nancy Mc Pherson David Mc Shane Nancy Mc Shane Peggy Mc Shane Jaques Machol Chuck Mackown Theresa Maestas Veronica Maestas Dan Magoun David Magoun Eileen Maguire James Mahoney Mark Mainquist Paul Maierus Robert Malcolm Becky Malm Pam Malm George Mansfield George Maran er Gwynn Marshali Jill Marshall Michael Marshall Rita Marshall Yvonne Marshall Joan Martin Joyce Martin Sandra Martin Claire Mason James Mason Sally Mason Sally Masten Cheryl Masters Karen Masters Michael Marvin Gary Mattson Roger Maul Judith Meister Robin Meister Barbara Miller Betsy Miller Bruce Miller Charlotte Miller Douglas Miller James Miller Jill Miller Joe Miller Kent Miller Lisa Miller Sharon Miller Steven Miller Stewart Miller Linda Mills Maria Milne Barbara Miriello Ronald Miriello Ann Moore Melanie Moore Roberta Moreland Diane Morrison Cinthia Mortimer Mike Mosier Margo Mueller Brad Mugleston Patsy Mdlhern Dick Mulhern Cindy Munson Susan Narracci Charlene Nelson Debbi Nelson Debbie Nelson Todd Nelson Phillip Nielsen Richard Nielsen Gail Norden Sandy Norden Jean Norris Laurel Nowell Pam Nowick Kenneth Okazaki Robert Okazaki Clyde Olson Sue Olson Jane Olvey Susan Olvey Michael Orr Thomas Orr Lynn O'Shaugnessy Barbara Ostrom Susan Oviatt Janice Pagliasotti Michael Pappas William Paston Nancy Pate Jamie Patterson Michael Patton Tom Patton David Payne Dexter Payne Susan Payne Carla Pearson Eric Pearson Susan Peck Judy Pierson Steve Perkins Anne Perrett Richard Peterson William Petterson James Phillips Scott Pickrel Laurie Piper Karen Piper Wendy Plumb Mari Polivnick Janis Polivnick Jett' Pollack Patricia Porter Patty Porter Sandy Portz Debbie Pracko Susan Rahawi Barbara Ralston Barbara Ramo James Randolph Carol Raydon Chris Redecker Rick Redecker John Reed Stanley Reed Roger Reeves Randy Reuben Kevin Reynolds Bruce Richards Robin Rice Pam Richards Anita Richardson Rebecca Richardson Ann Richmond Martha Riddell Kate Rider Elizabeth Rider Pamela Riepe Patricia Riley William Riley Darcy Ritz Dave Ritz Diane Roberts Becky Robinson Delia Robinson Jeff Robinson Sally Robinson Gail Rodger Susan Rodger Paul Roebuck Betsy Roeschlaub Nancy Roeschlaub Randy Rogers Lesley Roper Wayne Rosenkrans Terri Roth Joan Rudolph Steven Saine Claire Sanwick James Sanwick James Saracino Theresa Saracino Sue Sayles Patty Schaff Sally Schell Charles Schissler Jay Schissler Chuck Schmidt Jill Schmidt George Schoeppell Steven Schott Leslie Schriener Julie Schwengels Becky Scott Gail Seerie Cody Seiler Conny Seiler Charles Selvy Steven Sessions Ginny Settle Dede Settles Merrilee Settles Don Shapiro Laura Shearer Angie Shepherd Dave Sherman Chris Shinn Timothy Shinn Susan Shirk Jean Shoemaker Gail Shore Laura Sibilia Laurie Siekmeier Linda Siekmeier Carolyn Skaer Steve Skaer Brenda Skoglund Micki Skoglund Susan Sloan James Small Robbi Smart Debra Smith Greg Smith Jacueline Smith 276 Judy Smith Mark Smith Peggy Smith Vickie Smith Wendy Smith James Snow Steven Spahr Rebecca Spangler Lisa Spangrud Dale Sparks Robert Specht Peter Spitz Francis Spurlin Rich Spurlin Kay Spurlock Cynthia Stacy Rupert Stanley Cheryl Stephenson Mark Stephenson Mariorie Sterling Hawley Stevens Debbie Stewart Linda Stewart David Stidger Richard Stewart Sharon Stone Robert Stracy Cynthia Strauss Fell Stubbs Randall Stubbs Doug Suhm Richard Summers Mark Suttin Pam Suttin Cynthia Sutherland John Taylor Shirley Templeton Randy Thall James Therrell Greg Thomas Timothy Thomas Dayle Thompson Debbie Thompson Otto Thompson Tom Thompson Cathy Thurman Linda Thurman Katherine Tiddens Bonnie Timmons Lynne Tipton Marrilee Todd Linda Towne Michelle Travis William Trump Mark Tryon Lynn Tucker Bruce Turner Donn Turner Leslie Tweed Helen Tyner Denny Vagts Mindy Valis James Vallance Bruce Vaughn Charla Vaughn Milta Vaughn Karen Vayhinger Lori Veatch Mona Veatch Patricia Venuti Brad Vierheller Bruce Vierheller Laura Vierheller Diane Vogler Tom Wadlington Laurie Walberg Wendy Walker Gail Wanner Janice Wanner Kathy Wardin David Warner John Warner James Warren Margaret Warren Marion Warwick Diana Watson Jane Watson John Watson Bill Watson John Webb Nancy Webb Craig Weber John Weber Martin Weber John Wedum Susan Wegenast Robert Wennergren Jenny Whalen Jeanne Wham Bob Whitaker Carol Whitaker Patricia White Chris Whitley Gretchen Wickman Lynn Wiqhtman Gayle Wilhelm Karen Wilheim Lurilee Wilson Mike Wilson Robert Wilson Scott Wilson Deborah Witkin Mark Witkin Diane Wold Becky Wolf Bob Wolfson Joy Wolfson Kathy Woods Nelson Woods David Wright Terry Wright Kathy Wyble Marcia Wymore Mark Wymore Mindy Wymore Scott Yeager Scott Zorno Paul Zurek Stan Zurek Ann Zuspan SPANISH CLUB Mark Archer Donna Biillo Paula Bluebaugh Terry Boggis Kathy Boyd Elaine Call Thomas Cameron Vicki Collins Becky Crosby Patty Dressler Carolyn Dunbar Don Ely Cliff Erb Marilyn Flory Jimmy Garrecht Linda Garrecht Judy Gelt Robert Gray Sally Greenburg Eileen Gregg Claudia Hardy Ward Headstrom Nancy Henderson Sandy Hicks Bill Howland Craig Janitschke Donna Jefts Margy Kleiger Bob Klein Ann Jochens Andy Madeish Melinda Mitchell Debbie Noe Laurie Nowell Sue Oberg Sue Oviatt Roger Peterson Phil Rex Kevin Reynolds Mike Rupert Sue Sayles Dave Schraeder Rokey Scott Warren Smith Greg Spangler Helen Tyner Karen Vaghinger Jan Warner Diana Watson Marianne Zmuda STUDENT COUNClL Barbara Baker Richard Bayer Anne Berardini Debra Bernstein John Cravenna Dorothy Dosh Keith Ellison Suzanne Fullerton Beverly Gilbert Russell Giles Paul Humphrey Albert Jewell Mark Kamlet Walter Koelbel Kathleen Lampe Nancy Mc Shane Steven E. Markham Debra Lynn Mercer Marcia Ann Meyer Margo P. Mueller Robert W. Pringle Pamela P. Richards Roland J. Scott Heather G. Stevens Thomas H. Wadlington Janice A. Wanner John G. Warner Jennifer Susan Whalen Sally J. Wiederspan TEEN-AGE REPUBLICANS Debbie Welch-President Susie Schaff-Vice President Lowell Mitchem-Secretary Glenn Laird -Treasurer Ellis McFadden-Sergeant-ah Arms Dick Bayer Anita DeTar Pam Flynn Rob Gray Chris Johnston Georgia Kirk Steve Lorenz Laurie McGee Gary Mclntyre Sandy Martin Leslie Orblom Dexter Payne Carla Pearson Terri Sanders Patty Schatf Linda Siekmier Mark Towne Barb Wasson Scott Williamson Jim Warren TADPOLE MEMBERSHIP Jackie Frank-Pres. Nancee Enewold-V. Pres. Debbie Pracko-Sec. Gail Headstrom-Treas. Barbara Coleman-Sponsor Linda Bayer Gloria Blakey Kristi Bluebaugh Mary Bosma Janet Brechtel Shirley Brewer Debora Briola Jennifer Burton Carhy Chandler Sharon Cummings ADMINISTRATION Mr. Charles J. Mackey, Principal Dr. R. Wesley Johnson, Assistant Principal Mr. Eugene Wurtz, Assistant Principal Mrs. Marcella Cadwell, Dean Miss Lorene Elhridge, Dean Mr. Lawrence Corsa, Coordinator Mr. Donald J. Moser, Coordinator Miss Rosemary Fichter, Librarian Miss Peggy R. Hanska, Librarian Mrs. June M. Matteo, Librarian Mrs. Sue C. Pippins, Librarian Mr. Donald Bower, Operation- Leisure-Time Mrs. Ruth Couwilier, Nurse Mrs. Irene Williams, Nurse Mrs. Evelyn Cohen, Social Worker Mrs. Thelma Coffey, Lunchroom Manager Mr. Galen McCullough, Head Custodian ENGLISH DEPT. Barnes, Noranine, A.B., M.A., Park College, Univ. of Denver Belgrade, Sandra, B.A., Univ. of Conn. Betz, Cheryl, A.B., Colo. State College Dawson, Florice B.A., M.A., Penn. State Univ., Univ. of Denver Garrison, Paulette, B.A., Colo. State Univ. Gunter, Gretchen, B.A., T.C.U. Hannon, Sharon, B.S., Okla. State Univ. Hess, Janice, B.A., Colo. State Univ. Homestad, Lucy, B.A., Luther College Johnson, Lois, B.A., Ed.D., Univ. of Denver, M.A., Univ. of Iowa Kasdorf, Virginia, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Colo., Univ. of Denver Kelly, Richard, B.A., Regis College Jodi Danielsen Jenny Dickinson Carolyn Dresler Nancee Enewold Annette Flores Jan Forseth Jackie Frank Marianne Hayes Gail Headstrom Cindy Hiner Karlin Lana Debbie Lowen Sandy Madigan Joan Martin Barbara McClearn Sharon McHugh Mary Nandico Brenda Petry Debbie Pracko Sandy Raydon Linda Ribnik Gail Rodger Ginny Settle Cynthia Smith Susan Smith TRI-I-ll-Y Mrs. Kinney-Sponsor Barbara Day-President Sally Engstrom-Vice President Nancy Henderson-Recording Secretary Teri Maestas-Corresponding Secretary Sue Wegenast-Treasurer Kay Boardman-Sgt. at Arms Shirley Templeton-Chaplain Karen Albright Vicki Anderson Lauri Anderson Marsha Bartlett Patty Becker Barb' Bens Lynne Blossom Kay Boardman Carol Boggis Terry Boggis Mary Brookover Elaine Callas Janet Carlson Linda Cavnar Colleen Coyle Barbara Day Debbie Defibaugh Kathy Dennison Diane Dieter Linda Dolsby Sally Engstrom Marlys Fengler Mason, Harold, B.A., M.A., Okla. State Univ., Phillips Univ. Morrell, Oneita, A.B., Colo. State College Motz, Herman, B.S., M.A., D.E., Xavier Univ.-Cincinnati, Univ. of Denver Meyers, William, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver Olson, Karen, B.A., Univ. of Denver Pomeranz, Rose. B.S., M.A., Grad. Study, Univ. of Denver, Univ. of S. Calif. Reidy, Janet, B.A., Univ. of Mo. Roob, Reynolee, B.S., M.S., Univ. of Wisconsin Schanker, Harry, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Kansas, Univ. of Colo. Shupe, Karol, B.A., Colo. State College Speyer, Carol. B.A., M.A., Colo. Univ. Stathopoulos, Maria, B.A., Univ. of Denver SOCIAL STUDIES DEPT. Becker, Georgia, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Colo. Clemensen, Chris, B.S., M.A., Northern State Teachers College, U. of S. Dakota Colvin, Jane, B.S., Univ. of Colo. Darr, Loyal, B.S., M.A. T., Illinois State Univ., Oregon College of Education Garrett, Helen, B.S., B.A., M.B.A., Residency-Asian Studies, Univ. of Denver, Univ. Hawaii Geiss, Andres, B.A., M.A., Western State College, Univ. ot Denver Hunter, Russon, B.A., M.A., Brigham Young Univ., Univ. of Denver Hurley, Phillip, B.S., Univ. of Okla. Johnson, Frank, B.A., Wichita State Univ. Janet Fraser Marilyn Flory Linda Garrecht Debby Graham Margi Gillespie Terry Green Debbie Guenther Cindy Haraway Vicki Harris Donna Hart Lou Hays Nancy Henderson Cris Hibbs Darlene Hurley Rhonna Hylland Vicki Johnson Sandy Johnston Sara Johnston Barbie Kortz Lilli Ann Krantz Kathy Lampe Sharon Leonard Carre Lindeman Kathy Luhe Claudia McCammon Janet McGraw Ann McKee Cindy MacLeish Diane McMullen Teri Maestas Karen Masters Leann Maul Sue Meserschmidt Barbara Miller Betsy Miller Sharon Miller Linda Mills Jane Olvey Leslie Orblom Barbara Ostrom Sue Oviatt Gay Page Judy Peirson Patty Porter Debbie Richey Pattie Riley Teri Rogger Susan Sayles Julie Schwengels Laura Shearer Susan Shirk Renee Shraiberg Janice Sinopoli Sue Sloan Shirley Templeton Linda Towne Helen Tyner Linda Wagner Marilyn Warner Faculty Index Kelly, Richard, B.A., Regis College Learned, Gordon, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Colo. Lewis, Nolan, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver Lisatz, Judy, B.A., M.A., Bradley Univ. Lopata, Barbara, B.A., Univ. of Denver O'Brien, Walter, M.A., Univ. of Denver Pike, Earlburt, B.A., M.A., Colo. State College, Univ. of Denver Ramsey, Richard, B.B.A., B.S., M.Ed., Univ. of Okla. Randolph, Janet, A.B., Univ. of Denver Rock, Clifford, A.B., M.A., College of Emporia, Emporia State College Smith, Jerry, B.A., Colo. State College Stathopulos, Maria, B.A., Univ. of Denver Taylor, Donald, A.B., M.A., Princeton Univ., Univ. of Colo. Villano, George, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Denver LANGUAGE DEPT. Anderson, Robert, B.A., M.A., Colo. State College Becker, Georgia, B.A, Univ. of Colo. Geiltuss, Mary, B.A., Loretto Heights College Gruenler, Henriette, B.A., Colo. College Hill, Susan, B.A., Univ. of Colo., PostfGrad. Middlebury College Jackson, Bryce, A.B., Univ. of Colo. Keniston, Helen, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Illinois, Middlebury College Lopez, Charles, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Denver Motz, Herman, B.S., M.A., D.E., Xavier Univ.-Cincinnati, Univ. of Denver Barbara Wasson Sue Wegenast Janice Wheeler Norma Whitaker Laura Wise Conni Wolff Kathy Woods Judy Zanetell SOLOQUIANS DRAMA CLUB Adele Lennig-Pres. Anne Berardini-V. Pres. Dodie Dosh-Sec. Debbie Bernstein-Treas. Karen Maisto-Sgt. at Arms Carre Lindeman-Publicity Chairman Rodger Adcock Laurie Anderson Terry Anderson Marietta Baird Jean Barber Claudia Barlow Anne Berardini Jimmy Bell Debbie Bernstein Kay Boardman Michelle Bograd Jane Bosma Barb Bowman Wendy Butler Kathy Butz Gretchen Byrne Debby Callaghan Jim Campe Sally Coker Ron Colson Connie Colvin Mark Combs Jane Connelly Kathy Dennison Diane Dieter Dodie Dosh Cindy Dunham Teri Durkop Alice Field Gail Fink Karen Fisher Lynn Fishman Tom Flohr Michelle Flowers Pat Flowers Steve Foster Debbie Frisk Joyce Galloway Becky Gilbert Linda Gilbert Debbie Gilberts Russ Giles Pierson, Eugene, B.A., M.A., Univ. ot Denver Smith, Jerry, B.A., Colo. State College Smith, Marilyn, B.A., Loretto Heights College Vetesk, Constance, B.A., B.E., Univ. of Colo. MATH DEPT. Aldinger, James, A.B., Eastern Michigan Univ. Anderson, Jean, B.A., Univ. of Denver Collins, Maxine, Grad., B.S., A.S., Langston Univ., Univ. of Denver Detweiler, Russell, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Denver, Colo. State College Epstein, Paul, B.A., Univ. of Denver Greenwood, Charles, B.S., M.A., Central Mo. State College, Univ. of Denver Hughes, Kenneth, B.A., M.E., M.A.T., Nebr. State Teachers College, Colo. College Krob, Leslie, B.S., M.A., North- western State, Phillips Univ., West Washington State Londone, James, B.S., Kansas State Univ. McLaughlin, John, B.S., U.S. Naval Academy Peterson, Karen, B.A., Kearney State College Randall, Robert, B.S., Okla. State Univ. Redic, James, B.S., Ed., B.S. Enre., M.Ed., Northwestern Univ., Univ. of Pitts Semin, Roger, B.A., M.A., Nebr. Wesleyan, Univ. of Colo. Shannon, Robert, B.S., Univ. of Denver Westman, Louis, B.S., M.A., Kansas State Univ., Colo. State College Zimmerman, Charles, B.A., M.A Colo. State College, Univ. of Wyo. Robin Grande Neil Guard Kristy Gunning Karen Harvey Maureen Hayes Linda Herren Cindy Hockom Jeff Hurley Anne Jochens Tom Johnson Dennis King Carol Krantz Marley Lansing Adele Lennig Carre Lindeman Kathy Linstedt Ann Luccre Randi Lutz Carol McClanahan Linda McClom Kevin McDermott Ellis McFadden Karen Maisto Randy Martines Sally Mason Roger Maul Debbie Mercer Lana Miller Susan Olvy Susan Peck Janis Polivinick Jerome Porter Patsy Porter Sandy Portz Jim Pratt Bob Pringle Jean Pringle Jay Radetsky Ann Richmond Judy Ritkin Darcy Ritz Kathy Robb Paul Roebuck Becky Roorda Dave Schrader Julie Schwengals Jean Shoemaker Sally Smith Sue Smith Lisa Spangrud Heather Stevens Debbie Stewart Cindy Sutherland Don Thomas Laurie Walberg Marty Weber Debbie Weiner Norma Whitaker John Wilkins SCIENCE DEPT. Bly, Richard Bottenelli, Charles, B.A., Univ. of Colo. Bremer, Adrienne, B.A., B.A., Indiana Univ. Dutton, Robert, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver Gilmore, Eldon, A.B., M.A., Colo. State College, Colo, State Univ. Hawkins, Eugene, B.S., Central State College Horn, Jerry, B.S., M.S., Okla. State Univ. Hyman, Leah, B.A., Hunter College Keables, Jack, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Colo., Univ. of Denver Kocinski, Leonard, B.A., M.A.T., Univ. of Denver, Colo. College Mayfield, Grace, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Ky., Univ., of Denver Price, Leonard, B.S., Kansas State College of Pittsburg Ray, Marland, B.S., Northwestern Mo. State Rich, Albert, A.B., M.A., Colo. State College Schlup, Don, B.S., M.A., Central Mo. State Walfl. Kermit, B.A., M.S., Univ. of Colo. ART DEPT. Butcher, Marion, B.A., Univ. of Denver Casagranda, Herman, M.A., Univ. of Denver Gallegos, Claude, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver Gruenler, Henriette, B.A., Colo, College Jazwick, William, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Denver Woodhurst, William, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver BUSINESS EDUCATION Eggleston, William, A.B., M.A., Univ, of Denver Gnadt, Wayne, B.S., M.S., Kansas State College of Pitts 277 H'oots, Virginia, B.A., Univ. of Denver Kenney, Sue, B.S., Univ. ot Arkansas Kindsvater, Connie, B.S., B.A., Grad. Study, Univ. ot Denver, Colo. State Univ. Protextor, Rose, B.A., Nebraska State Teachers College HOME ECONOMICS DEPT. Brenning, Carrie, B.S., Mary Washington ot U. ot Virginia King, Virginia, B.S., Colo. State Univ. Lambdin, Ruth, B.S., Okla. State New, Rosetta, B.S., M.A., Univ. of Miami, Univ. ot Denver Quirico, Alice, A.B., M.A., Colo. State College MUSIC DEPT. Ashton, Bob, A.B., Peru State Teachers College Garlinghouse, Grant, B.M., M.M.E., Univ. ot Colo. Lallo, Aldo, A.B., M.M.Ed., Colo. State College, Univ. of Colo. McGregor, John, A.B., M.A., Colo. State College Pech, Marion P.E. DEPT. , Day, Donald, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver Golder, Richard, B.S., M.A., D.D.S., C.S.P., Colo. Univ., Univ. ot Denver, Ding Dong School, Colo. State Penitentiary Peters, Rex, B.A., Colo. State College Smith, Gerald, A.B., Univ. ot Denver Willett, Myron, A.B., M.A., Colo, State College Coleman, Barbara, B.S., Washington State Univ. Abbott, Geoffrey Porter 72 Aber, Dan D. I92 Aber, Densel S. 55, 2l8 Adcock, Roger 234 Addington, Pam 72, 2l8 Aderman, Dana 204 Aderman, Julie 2l8 Atman, Barb Atman, Donna 204 Akridge, Barbara 70, 204 Alberg, Barb l92 Albi, John L. 204 Albi, Laura l7I Albi, Louanne l92, 7l Albright, Jan l92 Albright, Karen 2l8 Alcorn, Holly 203. 204 Alcorn, Joe l92, 7l Aldrich, Barbara 73 Allen, Charlie Allen, Cindy I92 Allen, Patty 204 Allen, Wallace N, 204 Allsup, Sharon l92 Amundsen, Judy Gater, Catherine, B.A., M.A., Colo. State College Hill, Dorsey, A.B., College ot William 81 Mary Jarret, Winitred, A.B., Colo. State College Litheredge, Mary, B.A., Univ. of Denver MILITARY DEPT. Mincer, Charles, Lt. Col., Military SPECIAL SERVICES DEPT. Cutting, George, B,A., M.A., Denver Univ. Dorset, Merle, B.S., B.D., Univ. of Okla., Chicago Theological Seminary Fischer, Jean, B.A., M.A., Hardin Simmons Univ. Columbia Univ. Hart, Randall, M.A., B.A., Colo. State College, Iowa State Teachers College Hays, Loren, A.B., M.A., Univ. of Denver Helander, Paul, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver llgaudas, Lucille, B.S., M.A., Colo. State College, Denver Univ. Justice, Kenneth, B.S., B.A., Univ. of Denver Lambert, Carole, B.A., M.A., Gustavus Adolphus College, Univ. ot Colo. Mansfield, Martin, B.A., M.A., Univ. of Denver O'Brien, Walter, M.A., Univ. of Denver Pennington, Marian, B.S., M.A., Colo. State Univ., Colo. Univ. Santi, Gaston, B.A., M.A., Grinnell College, Colo. State College Stone, Gerald, B.A., M.A.,, Univ. of Denver Aspinwall, Tom 72 Atlass, Kathy l7l Aubuchon, Michele I92, 7l Aue, Marsha l92 Aue, Mike l7l Augter, Gary 88, 234 Avakian, Roger 2l8 Avery, John I92 Avery, Tom l7l Bahrych, Teri 234 Baier, Joann 204 Baird, Jim Baird, Marietta 77, 234 Baird, Mike l7I Baker, Barb 34, 2l7, 2l8 Baker Brenda l7l Baker, Bruce 64, 234 Baker, Debbi l70, I7l Baker, Gayle I7I Baker Mike 205 Baker, .Sally 2I8 Anderson, Colleen 204 Anderson, Cheryl 204 Anderson, Chris Anderson, 'Cynthia Anderson, Debbie l92 Anderson, Dee 72, 2l8 Anderson, Jack 204 Anderson, Jane l92, 7l Anderson, Jim l92, l7I Anderson, Joan l92, l7l Anderson, Kent l7I Anderson, Laurae 218 Anderson, Lauri 2l8 Anderson, Mark l7l Anderson, Nancy l7l Anderson, Peter l92 Anderson, Terry 204 Anderson, Vicki 234 Andreas, Norman 89, 204 Andrews, Jim 204 Angelopulos, Jim l7l Anthony, Paul 204 Archer, Mark l92, 85 Archer, Mark 6l, 234 Archuleta, Mark 2I8 Arck, Ellen 70, 2l8 Arendt, Paul 92, 90, l4l, 88, 234, B3, 266 Ariki, Sandra l92 Armintrout, Keith l92 Arnold, Kathy l92 Arrowsmith, Don 204 Arrowsmith, Jack 234 Arrowsmith, Ron 85 Artus, Kathy l92 Aspinwall, Cathy 2IB Aspinwall David I7l Aspinwall, Jim l7I Aspinwall, Mary 234 278 Ball, Bill l92 Balliew, Bob l7l Bandsma, Peggy l92, 7l Banks, Bill 205 Barash, Joan l7l Barber, Jean 205 Barber, Rick 234 Barclay, Steve l7I Barlow, Claudia 205 Barlow, Steve A. 89, 2l8 Barnes, Sandra L, 205 Barnhart, Tom 49, 88 Barnum, Kathy l7l Barnum, Mark 205 Barrows, Russ 68, 2lB Bartlett, Brian L. 205 Bartlett, Marsha L. 72, 234 Bass, Kelly BB, l02, IOS, 2l8 Bass, Kip l92, l55 Bates, Casey I7l Battle, Karen I92 Battochio, Janet l92 Bauer, Nancy l92, 7l Baughman, Jennifer 68 Baughman, John G. 234 Bauman, Scott I92 Bauman, Jon C. 70, 2l8 Bayer, Dick 6l Bayer, Linda S. Bayler, Dick 2l6, 2l8, 220 Bayer, Rick 34 Bayles, Richard 72, 234 Beaglehole, Pam l7l Bean, Jim 2l8 Beard, Barbara L. 234, 73 Beaver, Randee l7I Beaver, Roc A. l92 Beckmann, Don 234 Beeler, Barbara l92 Beery, Charlie 205 Beery, Lindee l92 Beham, Michele l7l -,,....-yy Student Index Behrent, Chris 205, 53, 52 Behrent, Craig 88, IO6, 2l8, 52 Belden, Mark l7I Bell, Jim 205 Bennett, Laurie l92, 7l Bennett, Porter 205 Bens, Barbara 234, 73 Bens, Linda 205 Benson, Bob 234 Benson, Steve A. 205 Berardini, Anne 34, 35, 79, 76, 2I6, 2l8, 73, l62 Berardini, Brian l7l Berg, Bill 235 Berge, Brian W. 7l, 88, 205 Berge, Brad l92, 72 Beringer, 'Cherri 2I8 Berkowitz, Marc l7l Berne, Jan R. 235, 73 Bernecker, Jim l92 Bernstein, Debbie 38, 68, 70, 76, 2l8 Bernstein, Jerry l92, 68, 70 Berry, Charlie 97, IO7 Berry, Mike 89, l7l Berry, Tom 205 Best, Cindy l7l Best, Bob C. IO6, 235 Beuthel, Charlie l92 Birks, Kevin 2I8 Birza, Bill l7l Bischofberger, Bob l7l Bishop, Denise l. 2l8 Bishop, Jill I7l Bittle, David l92 Bittle, Vikki 64, 235 Bixler, Jim l92 Bixler, Becky l7l Bixler, Bob 56, 2l8 Biella, Donna l70, 205 Biella, Conni l7l Biork, Diane Rene 72 Biork, Mari Jo 235 Black, Steve 205, 66 Blacke, Debbie 2lB Blackwood, Joan Marie 72 Blair, Rick 183, 7I Blakely, Cindy lB2 Blakey, Gloria l7l Bleskan, John H. 2l8 Bloom, Pat l92, 7l Blossom, Lynne Joanne 235 Bluebaugh, Kristi l7I Bluebaugh, Paula 2l8, l22, 73, I64 Blum, Cathy l7I Boardman, Steve l92 Boardman, Kay 40, 46, 72, 235, 264 Boggess, Mike l92 Boggess, Peggy l7l Boggis, Carol J. 2l8, 73 Boggis, Laurie l7l Boggis, Theresa L. 235 Bograo, Harvey P. I80, 203 Bograd, Larry l92 Bograd, Michele L. 6l, 68,205 Bohanna, Betsy I7l Bohanna, Kathy E. 235 Bond, John R. 2I8 Bond, Linda 205 Bonner, Debra 7I Booren, John C. 205 Booren, Mark 47, 235 Bosma, Jane I33, l32, 235 Bosma, Mary l7l Botkin, Pat 205 Bouton, Jett l92 Bowler, Belinda l7l Bowman, Barbara 205, 5I Bowman, Bill l7l Boxer, Andy 205 Boyd, David L. 65 Boyd, Debbie 62, 68, 2I8 Boyd, Dennis l70 Bozeman, Nell l92 Burghardt, Kathleen 205 Burgwin, Deidre H. 205 Burkey, Jason I72 Burkey, Susan I93 Burley, Linda L. 235 Burns, Marti 40, 2l9, I64 Burns, Monica I93 Burns, Sharon I72 Burroughs, Karen S. 219 Burrus, Nancy I72 Burt, Bob L. BB, 235 Burton, Gary A. 235 Burton, Jenniter I72 Burton, Richard I93, 7l Busch, Nancy 38, 72, 2l9 Bush, Scott 2l9 Butler, Doug I87 Butler, Peggy 205 Butler, Ronald L. 235 Butler, Wendy J. 205 Butz, Kathleen 72, 205 Byrne, Gretchen A. 235 Bradbury, Sharon D. 205, 73 Bradley, Deborah l92 Brandt, Lincla 2lB Catlisch, John I93 Catlish, Steven C. 2l9 Caldwell, Kevin 205 Brawner, Greg H. 89, IO6, 2l8, 84 Brawne r, Kent 89, 205 Brechtel, Steve H. 235 Brehmer, Linda l92 Brelsto Brenna rd, Don A. 68, 235 n, Marcia I7l Brenneman, Richard I93 Brenning, Ron I93 Bretthauer, Steve 205 Brewer, Diane Lee 7l Brewer, Kathy 45 Brewer, Linda S. 2l9 Brewer, Shirley I7l Briber, Gary I93 Brinton, Lise 2l9, l65 Brinton, Bill I93 Broadh urst, Ann I93, l55 Brookover, Mary E. 2l9 Brouillette, Tom l7l Brown, Darrell I93 Brown, Fabia I7l Brown, Gloria I93 Brown, Janis P. 205 Brown, Sandra 205 Brown, Tami 219 Brzeinski, Judy 2l9 Brzezicki, Tom I93, 7l Buchan an, Carol A. 55, 235 Bugdanowitz, Marcy I7l Bullock, Barbara 205, 85 Caldwell, Linda Diane 235 Callaghan, Cindy 42, 59, 62, 78, 235 Callaghan, Debbie 62, 68, 205 Callas, Elaine 2l9 Callas, Mike I72 Callas, L. 89 Callas, Stanley 205 Callier, Laura 6l, 235, 27l Cameron, Tom 89, 2l9 Camm, Liz I93 Campbell, Nancy I72 Campbell, Steven L. 236 Campbell, Sue I93 Campbell, Teri 44, 2I9, 52 Campbell, Tom I72 Campe, Jim 72, 205 Carda, Janis E. 205 Carda, Ron 47, 235 Cargill, Kerrie 219 Carlson, David 68 Carlson, Janet Lee 236 Carlson, Karen I72 Carlson, Bob I72 Carlson Bill 79, I36, 205 Carlton, Mark 140, ai, 152, 236, 82, 266 Carpenter, Cathy 62, 236 Carpenter, Cristine M. 206 Carpenter, Mike 206 Carpenter, Margaret M. 236 Bullock, Bob ZI9, 85 Bulthaup, Rob 89, 96 Bunch, Marty I93 Bunt, Steven Michael 235 Burbank, Beckie l7l Burchett, Cherrie I7l Burdick, Chuck 44, 2l9 Burghardt, Carol 79, 235, 66 Carpenter, Robert 70 Caswell, Bruce 206 Cavnar, Gayle 2l9, 73 Cavnar, Linda Elaine 236, 73 Chandler, Cathy IB2 Chandler, Donald 69, 68, 70, 236 Chandler, Mike IO6, 236, 85 Chandler, Susan I93, 7l Christensen, Gretchen D. 70, 206 Christensen, Paul 2l9, 84 Christian, Stephen Lee 236 Ciari, Walter l82 Ciufi, Debbie 2l9, 73 Clark, Brad I93, 7l Clark, Craig Warner 236 Clark, Greg 54, 235 Clark, Joan K. l72 Clemensen, Aprille A. 206 Clemensen, Chris l72 Coffey, Dave l82 Coffman, Tom A. 2l9 Coggins, John I72 Cogswell, Denice I72 Cohen, Nisa l72 Coker, Sally 205 Colburn, Celeste l83, 43, 7l Colburn, Jeanette C. 2l9 Colburn, Renee I72 Cole, Joleen K, Colenbrander, M. 7l Collins, Charles 89 Collins, Floyd, l93 Collins, James R. 236 Collins, Mark I93 Collins, Meg l93 Collins, Vicki 2l9 Colson, Ron 72, 206 Colvin, Connie 206 Combs Combs Condit , Mark A. 89, 68, 70 , Nancy J. 72, 2l9 Nancy I93 candnf Randy H. ev, 96 Connelly, Elizabeth J. 236 Cook, Debbie 64, 236 Cook, Joe I72 Cook, Mady 2l9 Cook, Bob l82 Cook, Vicki l72 Cookson, Jan 193 Cope, Patricia Ann 235 Copland, S. 68 Corbin, Carole L. 206 Core, David I72 Cory, Carolyn 68 Cory, Charles F. 206 Cottrell, Ken I93 u Coulter, Doug J. 68, 206 Courtney, Mark A. 206 Courtney, Sandy l93 Cowen, Richard J. 236 Cox, Larry W. l82 Cox, Lynn M. 206 Cox, Bill 89 Coyle, Chuck I72 Coyle, Colleen P. 70, 2I9 Cozens, Connie l82 Cozzette, Mike l82 Crabb, Roger l93 Crabtree, Fred I94 Crabtree, Richard l72 Craig, Janet G. l82 Crain, Don G. 64, 236 Crain, Margy 206 Crandall, Clark 206, 53 Cravenna, John 35, 237, 58, 262 Crawford, Pandora Gay Cristopher, M. 7l Crocker, Liz A. 237, 84, l2l, Croop, Russ 2l9 Crosby, Rebecca Sue 237, 73 Cross, Carl E. I94 Crow, Bruce William 72, 237 Crowley, Pete l55, l94 Culpepper, Bill 206 Cumberland, Susan L. 2l9 Cumming, Douglas W. 237 Cumming, Laurinda L. 206 Cummings, Sharon l82 Cunningham, Bill 72, 2l9 Curry, Debbie I72 Cuthbertson, Kathy 2l9, 73 Cutting, Spencer A. I94 Danese, Mark l82 Danielsen, Jodi l72 Danielson, Sarah J. 2l9, 73 Dansdill, Joyce I72 Dansdill, Patty 220 Darcey, Diane I72 Darcey, Jon R. I94 Darley, Mary A. 206 Darley, Sandy I72 Daubenspeck, Warren 220 Davidson, Beth l82 Davidson, Debra Joy I94 Davidson, Lynda I72 Davis, Carol L. 237 Davis, Gail 73 267 Davis, Jane C. I94 Davis, Joyce 220 Davis, Julie I72 Davis, Mark 206 Davis, Linkey l82 Davis, Missy 237 Davis, Norm 89, l07, 206 Davis, Rennie 237 Day, Barb 46, 75, 55, 70, 237 Day, Cari J. I94 Day, Jan 220, 73 Day, Suzanne 45, I9l, l94 Decker, Edgar R. 89 Decker, Jim I72 Decker, Margaret F. 7l, I94 Detibaugh, Debbie 220 Defibaugh, Jim 7l, I94 De Gon, Faye W. I94 Degon, Mary J. 237 De Graw, Bob l82 De Lapp, Jim 89 Delsack, Sheldon L. 206 Denhalter, Kip W. 220 Denhalter, Laurie l72 Dennison, Kathy l26, 55, 220, 73 De Sciose, Joseph L. I94 Desmond, Nancy 220 Desselle, Cindy l72 Desselle, Debra 7l, I94 De Tar, Anita L. 237, l62 De Witt, Gerald 69, 68, 70,237 Dickinson, Jenny l72 Dickson, Tom l82 7 Dieter, Diane K. 77, 237 Dietrich, Gay l72 Dillinger, Cherry l82 Dillon, Linda 206 Dillon, Mary l72 Dillow, Daryl l72 Dimmick, Sandi l82 Dinner, Mike 36, 7l, l94 Dintaman, Troy l72 Disney, Jim 206 Dixon, Mike B. 220 Dixon, Patricia L. 237 Dodd, Janet M. 7l, I94 Dodd, Julie E. 72, Bl, 237 Dodd, Wilma Betsy 7l r , . Y 01 zw-iii-sw-1:5-,inf if MQ. ei .f'!T' of-vt i-"fl Doll, Bev l82 Doll, Carol A. 220, 84 Dolsby, Linda S. 72, 220 Donnelly, Judy I94 Donovan, Michael 237 Dorn, Jim 220 Dorsett, Carol S. I94 Dosh, Dodie 34, I33, 232, 76, 237 Dougherty, Tom 220, 84 Dougherty, Robin l82 Douglas, Clay l82 Douglass, Lori I72 Douglass, Robert 206 Downum, Kelly 206 Downum, Rob 220 Draper, Terri I72 Dresler, Carolyn Marie Dresler, Patty 220, 52 Driver, Marilyn l72 Dronenburg, John W. 68, 237 Drumm, Mike 220 Drummond, Laurie I72 Duggan, Deborah Kay I94 Duggan, Diana I94 Duke, Richard I72 Dumler, Tom L. 89, 206 Dumm, Ellen l80, l82 Dumm, Mark H. 88, 220 Dunaway, Denise R. 220 Dunaway, Sara l82 Dunbar, Carolyn 206 Dunbar, Patricia 206 Dunham, Cindy 206 Dunlap, Dana l72 Dunlap, David Benton 237 Durkin Margaret 237 Dufkaii, Jeri L. zos, 73 Durso, Durso, Geoff l82 Kathleen Ann 73 Earhart, Melinda l82 Earle, Ed 89, 206 Eatherton, Carol M. 220 Eckels, Melaine I72 Eckels, Richard I72 Edgar, Casey I72 Edmundson, Steve R. 237 Edwards, Jackie 206 Edwards, Joni I72 Egholm, Jeri I94 Egholm, Jo Lynn 237 Ehlers, Stephen D. 238 Ehlers, Susan I94 Einarsen, Jeanne L. 238 Einarsen, Joyce M. I94 Ellison, Jeannie l82 Ellison, Karen 220 Ellison, Keith l26, 32, 33, 34, 35, 238, 73 Elrod, Laura J. l82 Elverum, John I94 Ely, Dan 220 Elzi, Ernest I72 Elzi, Kathy 7l, l94 Emrick, Paula I72 Emerick, Steve I94 Emery, Sheldon H. 238 Enewold, Nancee l82, 50 Enewold, Steven L. 238 Engels, David 206 Engles, John 238 Engels, Mary Ann I72 Engle, Deborah Lee 238 Engle, Greg l82 English, Dave 70, 238 Engstrom, Sally 46, 238 Entsminger, David E. 72, 88 Epperson, Susan l82 Epstein, Sherry L. 73 Erb, Cliff 89, 206 Ericson, Keith D. 72, 238 Erickson, Nancy 220 Erickson, Tom J. 206 Ernst, Carl 260 Ernst, Mike I94, 65 Escott, Barbara 59, 238 Escott, John 89 Essig, Cindy l8Z Evans, Howard E. 89, 75, l04 ea, 230 , Evans, Julie I72 Evans, Scott R. l82 Eyrquhar, Lynn l82 Fahy, Doyle C. 206 Farber, Lisa M. l82 Farquhar, Brodie 206 Farquhar, Shannon I73 Farnsworth, Cheri 73 Farnsworth, Cindi l82 Faust, Dee 220 Faust, Paula I73 Favor, Paul 220 Fengler, Marlys 42, 72, 238, IZ3. 262 Fenton, John F. 238 Ferris, Randy I94 Ferry, Casey I73 Ficklin, Jill l82, 220 Field, Alice 6. 72, 77, 238 Fielder, G. l9l, l82 Findlay, Barbara E. I73 Findlay, Floyd IB2 Findlay, Rennie J. 238 Fink, Luann I73 Finnell, Ray l82 Fisch, Barbara Jeanne 238 Fischer, Robert l82 Fisher, Douglas 220 Fisher, Karen S. 72, 238 Fisher, Mark I73 Fisher, Valorie J. 238, 58 Fishman, Lynn M. 68, 70, 206 Fishman, Marcy D. 68, 70,238 Fitzhugh, Ed 7l, I94 Fianagan, Mike I73 Flansburg, Mark 220 Flansburg, Teresa A. 206 Flater, Sharon Diane 72, 238 Fletcher, Stephanie A. I73 Fletcher, Walter J. 238 Fletchinger, Don l73 Flora, Pam J. I94 Flora, Paula l82 Flores, Annette J. l82 Flory, Marilyn 40, 44, 239 Flory, Bob l82 Flowers, Pat I73 Flynn, Kathy J. 239 Flynn, Pam I36, 206 Ford, David N. 239 Fordyce, Dave 220 Forseth, Jan I73 Forsyth, Marsha I73 Forsyth, Mike l94 Foster, Steve 22l Fox, Dana 89, 22l Fox, Julie 206 Fraker, Bill lll Frank, Jackie S. I94, 50 Frank, Kirk l82 Franzmann, Laurie A. l82 Fraser, Janet A. 22l, 84, 73 Fraser, Joan C. l82 Frazier, Sue I73 Frazin, Debra K. 7l, I94 Frazin, Mike I73 Frederic, Linda l52, 206 Freed, Jane I73 Freehling, David Fisk 239 Freehling, Sandy J. 206 Freeman, Charles E. 239 Freeman, Jeff Allen 239 Friedell, Karen L. 239, 66, 73 Friedell, Sandra J. 7l, I94 Friedman, Alan 68, 70, 22l Friedman, Donald 60 Friedman, Jill I94 Frisk, Debbie 207 Frisk, John N. Frisk, Mary D. 73 Frisk, Pam 72, 22l Froling, Bob 22l Fuller, Larry I94 Fuller, Terry Lynn 239 Fullerton, Paula K. I73 Fullerton, Suzy 35, 2l0, 202, 207 Gaede, Jim I94 Gage, Christine Corrine Gage, Cyndee 22l, 73 Gaines, Mike 89, IO5 Gallegos, Dan 89 Gallegos, Diana L. 73 Gallemore, Scott 88, 239 Galloway, Ann I73 Galloway, Joyce V. 207 Gammill, Jacqueline M. l73 Garrecht, Cathy I73 Garrecht, James H. 239 Garrecht, Linda 22l Gatseos, George G. 22l Gatseos, Suzanne 22l Geegan, J. B9 Gelt, Judy S. 207 Gelt, Ted Z. 239 Gemmill, Ginger 207, 85 Gerber, Curt I73 Gerber, Linda lrene 239, I67 Gerber, Mike l55, I94 Gianulis, Bill I94 Gilbert, Becky L. 44, 72, 239 Gilbert, Bev 34, 239, 260 Gilbert, Bonnie I94 Gilbert, Linda K. 207 Gilbert, Nancy l73 Gilberts, Debbie 22l Gilberts, Jim l73 Giles, Russ W. 34, l4l, 72, 239, 84 Gillespie, Margaret J. 239, 73 Gillespie, Parmer A. 89, 207 Ginnelly, Michael 207 Glaspey, Robert I73 Goddard, Bob 68, 207 Goldfain, Carol flolene 239 Goldtein, Mike I94 Goldstein, Donna 207 Goldstein, Jon L. 239 Golub, Michael E. 68, 70, 239 Gottenborg, David A. l73 Graham, Debbie 22l, 223 Graham, Susan E. 7l Graibus, Richard Bruce 240 Grande, Robyn A. 72, 240 Grannell, David 89, 207 Grant, Cameron R. 70, 88, 22l Grant, Kevin l73 Graves, Connie Jo 22l Graves, Greg I73 Gray, David 207 Gray, Robbie 89, 75, 99, 240, 265 Gray, Susan l73 Gray, Tom 207 Green, Esty Florence 240 Green, Bob 22l Green, Terry L. 22l, 73 Greenberg, Sally D. 22l Green, Linda Jo 22l, 73 Greenfield, Laurie 7l, 67 Greenfield, Peter L. 240 Gregg, Eileen L. 22l, 73 Gregory, Bert 22l Grelk, Kristine 22l. 73 Griffith, Karen 72, 22l Grout, Nancy L. 240 Groves, Tamara 7l Groves, Jane l95 Grubbs, Mike l95 Grummert, Dan l95 Grummert, Kristen Kay 240 Guenther, Debbie 22l, l22 Guenthner, Jacqueline L. 7l,I95 Guertner, Mike l95 Guertner, Tom I73 Guggenheim, Joanne 22l Gunning, Kristy I33, l32, 72, 240, 268, l58 Gunstream, Billy L. 72, 207 Gunther, Judith K. 70, 22l Guthrie, Doug I73 Guthrie, Mike 89, 207 Guthrie, Bill 80, Bl, lll, 264 Guzotsky, Carol Ann 240 Guzofsky, Mike l70, I73 Haas, Linnea 207 Hadad, Deborah C. l95 Hadad, Mike 68, 22l Hahn, Richard L. 240 Haines, Cindy 22l Halford, Cindy 207 Hall, Jennifer 207 Hallam, Lynn E. 195 Halliwell, Donna I73 Hamberg, Alfred Charles 240 Hamburg, Stephen l73 Hammergren, Wayne I73 Hammond, Steven J. 88, 22l Hammond, Bill 88, 240 Hannon, Curtis 89 Hansen, Kathy I73 Hanson, Cheryl 74, l4l, 240, 85 Haraway, Cindy 40, 68, 70, 240 Harding, Susie I73 Hardwick, Mac 240, 83 Hardy, Claudia B. 80, 240, l58 Hardy, Paul l54, 7l Hardy, Keith 22l Hargrave, Linda Louise 240 Harrington, Joe 64 Harris, Don I73 Harris, Linda C. 207 Harris, Victoria L. 240 Harrison, Paul Edward 72, 240 Hart, Donna Jean 240 Hart, Tom I73 Hartman, Henry W. 207 Hartnell, Lorraine l95 Hartnell, Louis R. 240 Harvey, Karen L. 203, 207, l6l Harvey, Scott I73 Hatch, Ginger l95 Hayes, Marianne I73 Hayes, Bob 207 Hays, Dixie J. 22l Hays, Lou 55, 22l, 73 Hayward, Gary S. l95 Hazlewood, Ncy H. 240 Headstrom, Gail 50 Heddens, Kimber I73 Hefner, Hugh I73 Hegeman, David Alan Hein, Ron 22l 279 Jackson, Kral, Steven Lane 243 Lenicheck, Robert A. 69, 68, Heinricy, Marlene 207 Helander, Don 173 Helander, Wayne 89, 207 Henderson, John 221 Henderson, Judy 173 Henderson, Nancy 46, 241, 52 Henderson, Steven 195 Henderson, Torn 207 Hendrickson, Cheryl 173 Hendrickson, Sarah J. 222 Henkell, Karen L. 71, 195 Henninger, Doug 207 Henry, Karen 73 Hensley, Marsha Jo 241 Hensley, Steve 195 Hentschel, Janet 222, 73 Herbst, Diane 195 Herren, Linda 73 Heyl, Joan Merideth 241 Hibbs, Crystal K. 241 Hibbs, Holly I74 Hicks, Ron 95, 88, 222 Hicks, Sandy 141, 241, 120 Hiester, Torn 207 Hildebrandt, Carole 174 Hill, Paddy 174 Hill, Robert J. 195 Hiner, Cindy 174 Hinkle, John A. 241 Hinkle, June 222 Hinman, Greg 89 Hinman, Steve 88, 224 Hise, Adrian Keith 71, 241 Hockorn, Cindy 133, 77, 241 Hockom, Jennifer M. 195 Hockstad, Nancy J. 70 Hottstein, Harold 222 Hotmeister, Mary 222, 73 Hogg, Mark 174, 195 Hokr, Marilyn Lou 241, 163 Hollopeter, Linda D. 174 Hollopeter, Sharon 184 Holsclaw, Tom 174 Holsclaw, Toni J. 222 Hoody, Judy A. 207 Hori, Susan 184 Horn, John 207 Horner, Doug 69, 68, 207 Horner, Jan C. 195 Huber, Michelle 174 Hudson, Dale Wayne 241 Humphrey, Paul 93, 34, 48, 49, 232, 88, 241, 265 Hunter, Heidi 184 Hunter, Orian 133, 132, 241 Huppert, John 174 Hurendick, Diane 195 Hurley, Darlene 222 Hurley, Jeffery Lynn 72 Hutchinson, Duane A. 68, 222 Hylland, Gayle J. 222 Hylland, Rhanna Dellene 241 Hylton, Kristie 207 lhasz, Suzanna 241 Ingalls, Greg 174 Ingalls, Jett 89, 207 lngraham, Della E. 174 lnhelder, Jan 222 lnman, Brad M. 71, 195 lnman, Richard C. 174, 69, 68 lnman, Bob L. 68 Isaacson, Joan E. 222 lsberg, Cheri 44, 70, 222 Johnso Johnso n, Richard 208 n, Ronald Vance 242 Johnson, Stanley C. 195 Johnson, Thomas Alan 72, 242 Johnson, Vicki 222 Johnson, Vicki 242 Johnso n, Woody 195 Johnston, Chris 47, 242 Johnston, Sandra 242, 73 Johnston, Sara E, 222, 73, 68 Johnston, Terri 184 Johnston, Bill 126, 208, 85 Jones, Dave 91, 88, 222, 224 Jones, Joe 184, 195 Jones, Richard T. 195 Jones, Tom K. 195 Jones, Valerie S. 208 Jorgensen, Geri 242, 85 Jorgensen, John 195 Jorgenson, Jon 208 Jorgenson, Lynne Adele 242 Juhnke, Janet Lee 242 Katerly, Chris 222 Kahm, Janet Lynne 72, 242 lsberg, Eric 184 lsrael, Julie 208 Jack, Milton Bruce 241 Jackson, Joanna 208, 73 Jackson, Kathy 71, 195 Robert E. 72, 241 Jackson, Stan 93, 95, 91, 88, 106, 222 Jacobs, Patricia L. 71 Jabobson, Chris 184 Jamison, Kim 70, 241 Janicek, Carl 222 Janke, Kathy 174 Jansen, Carol 222 Jaragoske, Pam 174 Jefts, Bruce Edward 241 Jetts, Donna L. 208 Jenni, Alan Howard 242 Jenni, Terry 195 Jennings, Joan Carolyn 242 Jennison, Jim 195 Jensen, Anita 208 Kal, Robin 195 Kal, Sherri L. 195 Kamlet, Lee G. 68, 208 Kamlet, Mark 35, 210, 202, 208 Kamlet, Rick 184 Kaines, Peggy 55, 242 Kaplan, Jett 184 Karavites, Mary Anthi 72, 222 Karlin, Bob J. 222 Kasiska, Janet Lynne 242 Kasiska, Patty 208, 73 Kast, David H. 208 Kast, Peter C. 88, 242 Keables, Mike 174 Keetover, Chuck 195 Keefover, Ann 174 Keeler, Forrest 69, 68, 88 Keenan, Maureen 174 Keenan, Pat 222 Jensen, Jensen, Jo Ann 73 John Reed Kenna, Brian 184 Kenna, Jim 195 Kenna, Kathy 73 Kerby, Steve 174 Key, Jim 208 Kier, La rry 208 Kirkpatrick, Rick 222 Kittrell, Kathy 184 Klaus, Steve C. 208 Kleiger, Marcy 222 Klein, Kelly 89 Klein, Linda 133,242 Klein, Bob 88, 222 Knight, Suzanne M. 222 Koelbel, Bob 184 Koelbel, Lynn 222 Koelbel, Buzz 34, 210, 88, lll 202, 208, 198 Koelling, Eric 222 Koelling, Ron 195 Koeneke, John 208 Kolb, Randy Lee 242 Konopka, Barry C. 195 Konopka, Bruno 89, 208 Lamir, B. 89 Lamont, Greg D. Lamont, Lindy T. 208 Lampe, John 184 Lazmpe, Kathy 40, 34, 232, 243 68 Lana, Karlin 174 Lande, Lande, Laurie M. 174 Marcie 184 Lane, Debbie 223 Lanier, Brent 208 Lansing, Marly 208 Larson Chris 184, 71 Larson: Craig 47, 110, 243 Larson, Cindy 195 Larson, Louise 184 Larson, Steven 208 Latcham, Jan 40, 223 Kortz, Barbara 222 Kortz, Eric 174 Kortz, Warren J, 195 Kosena Kosena Kose na ,Kathy 174 Robert R 24 . . 3 ,William J. 242 Koshio, Geraldine C. 222 Koshio, Gloria Mikiko 243 Koshio, Linda 184 Koswan, John 184 Koswan Mary L. 208 Kowlaslii, Dan 184 Laubach, David 184 Lauterbach, Michael J. 243 Lauth, Mary Jane 196 Lauth, Nancy Anne 72, 243 Lawler, Shelia 196 Lawrence, Nancy 184 Laytie1d,Jeft 184 Layfield, Lorie 196 Learned, Bruce 89, 99, 223 Leas, Sue Lederman, Danni 174 Kramer, Carol 184 Kramer, Mary 243, 122, 164 Krantz, Carolyn 208 Krantz, Lilli 222, 73 Kregarman, Jo 184 Kremers, Carolyn S. 222 Kreutzinger, Howard E. 89 Krieger, David 195 Krieger, Larry D. 222 Krist, Anita 243, 73 Krob, Greg 208 Krob, Scot 170, 174 Kuemmerlin, Shirley 174 Kunse, Jim R. 208 Kunse, Jon 174 Kunse, Robert K. 68, 243 Kunst, Henry Bobby Kurt, Doug 195 Lederman, Richard 196 Lederman, Syndee 208 Lee, Jim 223 Lee, Janette 174 Lee, John 174 Letforge, Glenda K. 208 Legg, Margy 223 Lehman, Bev 184 Leisenring, Judy 67 Leisenring, Nancy 146, 71 Lemster, Linda 174 Lenicheck, Debra A. 68, 70, 208 70, 72, 243, 261 Lennig, Adele 76, 223, 73 Lennig, Doug 196, 65 Leo, Debbie 196 Leonard, Aileen 208 Leonard, Gail Lee 243 WNW ,4- Horner, Nancy 184 Horner, Scott 222 Horner, Susie L. 157, 241, 82, 268 Horst, Dianne 174 Horwitz, Lori 184 Horwitz, Mike 195 Houlette, Bill 222 Houtchens, Bruce 184 Houtchens, Bob 195 Houtchins, Scott 174 Howland, Ann 43, 195 Howland, Bill 222 280 Jensen, Jeurink, Jeurink, Jewell, 222 Jewell, Jewell, Jochens Johnson Johnson Johnson ..... Suzie Jan Jill 208, 73 Hank 34, 35, 88, 217, 222, 73 208, 73 Linda 155 Mary L. , Ann 208, 73 , Bev 72, 222 Conway 195 , Gary 184 Johnson, Linda Sue 208 Johnson , Polly ro, 72, 222- Redundancy? Willie lBf0WV1l1'1Ql MYSVS Kirnsey, Steve 174 King, Deborah 71, 242 King, Dennis John 242 King, Kathi 208 Kinsey, Dan 174 Kinsey, David K. 195 Kiraly, Kathi 195 Kiraly, Sue 222 Kirchner, Mary 184 Kirk, Cameron 89, 72 Kirk, Georgia L. 104, 55, 242, 263 Kirk, Scott 208 Kusin, Karen 174 Kuzara, Gary 184 La Bate, Linda 208 Lacey, Steven Craig 243 Lackner, Nancy 184 Lada, Dwight 89, 208 Laird, Glen 95, 88, 223, 84 Lambdin, Tim 174 Lambi, Martha E. 73 Lambi, Mary M. 73 Lambi, Paul Christian 243 Lamer, Lamer, Becki S. 195 Jeff L. 68 Leonard, Sharon Lynne 243 Leone, Jeff 69, 70, 208 Lepp, Gail 223 Lerch, Sue 223 Lesuer, Lisa 196 Letts, Susan Foster 243 Levin, Dan 184 Levin, Neal J. 88, 208 Levine, Tammy L. 196 Levitt, Jim 174 Levitt, Terri 73 Lewandowski, Ed 223 Lewandowski, Gary A. Maslers, Norris Lexier, Mary 184 Lidman, Cindy 184 Lidman, Marcy 174 Lidman, Sandy 184 Liehe, Jim 174 Liehe, Susan 174 Liggell, Jon 174 Lighlburn, Tim 223 Lindeman, Carre 40, 76, 145, 223, 84, 73 Lindsay, Lee Ann 175 Lines, Calhy L. 151, 150, 70, 223, 85, 120 Lines, Jeannie 208, 165 Link, Renee 208 Lillell, Jell 88, 243 Lively, Cheryle 126, 84 Lively, Kevin 175 Llewellyn, Dennis 196 Lloyd, Janel Louise 243 Lockwood, Jon 184 Logan, Slephen C. 71 Loman, Gary E. 68 Loman, Pal 175 Loman Richard B. 68,223 Loney, Melinda 175 Lonl, Dennis 89, 69, 68, 223 Lowe, David Houser 243 Lowe, Mark 175 Lowen, Debra I75 Lowen, John 184 Lowery, Judy 223 Lozow, Tarri 175 Lucore, Ann L. 70 Lucore, Bob 175 Luelzen, Gloria 196 Luhe, Kalhy A. 223 Lusky, Mark 196 Lulz, Julie K. 84, 162 Lulz, Kalie 175 Lulz, Ranelle 141, 223, 123,84 Lyman, Brad E. 89 Lyman, Brooke 175 Lyman, Jell 141, 223, 84 Lyons, Gary K. 68, 223 Mc Anally, Denise 175 Mc Ardle, Jackie 223 Mc Cammon, Claudia J. 244 Mc Carlhy, Debra D. 244, 73 McCarlhy, Liz 196, 67 Mc Carly, Roger K. 244 Mc Caulley, John 175 Mc Chesney, Carl 85 Mc Clanahan, Carol 223 Mc Clearn, Barbara 175 McClearn, Bill 196, 191 McCleod, D. 71 McCormick, Misly 244 Mc Cue, Kalhy 223 Daniel, Jo 72, 244 Dermoll, Denise 175 Mc Dermoll, Kevin 68 Mc Donald, Donna M. 136, 244, 58 Mc Dowell, Kalhleen 175 Mc Elvain, Teresa 196, 71 Mc Ewan, Sleve 175 Mc Ewen, Pal 223 Mc Fadden, Ellis 224, 60 Mc Farland, Rick Mc Farren, Donna Mc Gee, Laurie J. 73 Mc Gonagle, Pam 223 Mc Gowen, Cindy 244 Mc Graw, Greg 175 Mc Graw, Janel L. 223 Mc Guire, Glen E. 223 Mc lnlosh, Nancy 175 Mc lnlyre, Gary G. 68, 224 Mc Kee, Barbara 196 Mc Kee, Marguerile L. 175 Mc Kee, Sue 175 Mc Kinley, Marilyn 175 Mc Laughlin, Nancy E. 224 Mc Mullen, Diane A. 224 Mc Neill, Margarel Ann 73 Mc Pherson, Nancy 196, 71 McRae, Bill 196 Mc Reynolds, K. 68 Mc Shane, David S. Mc Shane, Peggy 196, 191 Mc Shane, Nancy 32, 33, 34, 79, 224, 83 MacPherson, Dan 184 Mac Leish, Cindy 68, 243, 52 MacNeil, Barb 175 Macaluso, Randi I75 Macy, Ray 224 Mackey, Jennie 196, 71 MacPherson, May 196 Maeslas, Terrie 46, 243 Maeslas, Veronica 184 Malfeo, Sleven 184 Magoun, Dan 184 Magoun, Dave 184 Maguire, Jeannie 175 Mainquisl, Mark Allen 243 Mains, Greg 219, 224 Maislo, Kalhleen Ann 243 Maislo, Karen 133, 76, 243 Maierus, Paul T. 224 Malcolm, Bob 72, 88, 224 Malm, Becky Jo 170, 175 Mangum, David R. 224 Mann, Lisa 196, 71 Mann, Duke 175 Manning, David 196 Mansfield, George 196 Mc Mc 244 244 Manquisl, M. 88 Maresh, Kalhy Lynn 244 Markham, Denise 175 Markham, Marlha 184 Markham, Sleve 35, 210, 202 Marquez, Mary 224 Marrs, Linda 175 Marsalis, Doug 89, 224 Marshall, Colleen 224 Marshall, Yvonne 224 Marshall, Gwyn Marshall, Hadi 40, 42, 72, 244 Marshall, Jill 196 Marshall, Jill 175 Marshall, Margarel 196 Marshall, Rila 196 Marshall, Tom 196 Marlen, Barb 196 Marlen, Rick 175 Marlin, Danny Leigh 72 Marlin, Jerry Alberla 244 Marlin, Joan 196 Marlin, Joyce A. 224 Marlines, Bernie 175 Marlines, Randy John 72 Marlinez, Linda Ann 244 Marlinez, Tony L. 72, 224 Maruska, Jennifer 175 Marvin, Michael William Mason, Claire 55, 224 Mason, Sally Jean 73 Mason, Vicki S. 224 Maslen, Sally 196, 71 Cheryl 184 Maslers, Karen 224 Malchael, Linda 196 Malhews, Kevin 196 Malhias, Kevin M. 72 Mallhews, Sleven G. 88, 224 Mauck, Kalhy 73 Maul, Leann 151, 72, 224 Maul, Roger 72, 224 Maul, Roger 39, 95, 88 May, Dave 184 May, Lisa 184 May, Bob 196 Mayer, Jill 175 Mayer, Teri I84 Mead, Gary 175 Meakins, Bruce 175 Meisler, Judy 175 Me1nick,Jell 244 Mercer, Debbie 35, 61, 244, 121 Merg1er,S1ephanle 210 Messinger, Craig 197 Messinger, Karen 197 Melros, Teri 224 Meyer, Greg 89 Meyer, Marcia 34, 232, 55, 244 Meyers, Ellen 61, 123 Mickelson, Michelle 175 Miller, Amanda 197 Miller, Barb 224, 73 Miller, Bruce 89 Miller, Bruce 210 Miller, Charlolle H. 197 Miller, David J. 180 Miller Diane 210, 51 A W - I . .,..Q,.,.,..,., ,ggi ,HK .... . - . ,, ff""5 'sacfH? f: s 5 L .Q - is A , .. .i.i..... :V .. 439372 my i , . . 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Miller, Doug 49, 88, 244, 262 Miller, Belsy 244 Miller, Jimmy 175 Miller, Jill 43, 197 Miller, Joe 224 Miller, Kenl 72, 244 Miller, Kenl W. 88, 244 Miller, Lana 224 Miller, Lisa A. 210 Miller, Bobby 175 Miller, Robin 175 Miller, Sharon L. 224 Miller, Sleve I75, 72, 66 Miller, Sleve 133, 244 Miller, Slewarl 197 Mills, John A. 197 Mills, Kenl 47, 104, 244 Mills, Linda D. 224, 84, 73 Milne, Chuck 89, 96, 225 Milne, Minnis, Marla 224 Paul 225 Minler, Shannon 210 Miriello, Barb 72, 225 Mirello, Ron 197 Milchell, Debby 210 Milchell, Lana 225 Milchell, Melinda 42, 245 Milchell, Roger S. 68 Milchell, Sleven 197 Milchell, Yama 225 Milchem, Lowell E. 225, 60 Nelson, Ted 245 Nelson, Todd P. 88, 225 Neville, Carole 210 Neville Connie 197 Newlin, Larry Slephen 71 Newman, Slephanie 64 Nielson, Debbie 210 Nielsen, Philip 176 Nielsen Richard L. 197 Nielsonl Roger 197 Noe, Debbie 245 Noe, Jim 210 Norden, Gail 245 Norden, Sandy 210 Nordness, Dave 210 Nordslrom, Debbie 245 Noris, Joe 225 Noris, Kalie 245 Norlin, Deb 225, 73 Moline, Janice A. 210 Monge, Diana 245 Mongrain, Anne 175 Norlin Pam 225 Norris: Jean 210 Susan 73 Mongrain, Richard D. 68 Moon, Linda 175 Moore, Ann 197 Moore, Mac 245 Moore, Rhonda 175 Moore, Robin 73 Morgan, Roberl E. 70 Morrison, Dianne 225 Morrison, Paul 175 Morse, Carolyn J. 225 Morlimer, Cindy 131, 210 Moser, Gail I76 Moser, Geri 210 Mosher, Barbara 225 Mosier, Mike 210 Mouer, Tim 225 Narihdp, Jackie 225 Norlhup, Judy 197 Norwick, Pam 197 Novak, Pally 79, 225 Novosad, Slephan R. 70 Nowell, Frank I76 Nowell, Laurel 210 Oberg, Chrisi 176 Oberg, Susie 210 Oberg, Terri 197 Oberle, Mark 225 Obslleld, Ilene 245 Obslleld, Jimmy 176 O'Dell, Doug 89, 68, 99, 225 Ogren, Kalhy Jo 176 Okazaki, Ken 197 88, Olsen, Keilh 89, 211 Olson, Sue Ann Olvey, Jane 245 Olvey, Susan B. 211 On, Turner 245 O'Neal, Mike 211 O'Nea1, Lauren 176 Orblom, Leslie L. 224 Ordelheide, Cindy 176 Orlin, Mike 197 Orr, Mike J. 211 Orr, Thomas V. 245 O'Shaughnessy, Lynn M. 225 Oslrom, Barb 225 Oslrom, John 176 Overly, M. 88 Oviall, Gary Eugene Oviall, Sue 40, 72, 245, 52 Ozman, Dennis 68,245 Paddack, Dia 245, 73 71 B4 Paddack, Joy Lynn Page, Gay 70, 225, Pagliasolli, Joanne 72, 245 Pagliasolli, Janice M. 197 Panella, Pal 225 Pappas, Mike 197 Pappas, Pam 225 Paradis, Barbara 176 Parker, Belh C. 245 Parma, Nancy M. 225, 73 Parsons, Bob 69, 68, 78, 245 Parsons, Bill 68,211 Pale, Nancy 211 Pale, Bill 88, 245, 82 Pallerson, Elaine Marie Pallerson, Jamie 155 Pallon, Mike 78, 225 Pallon, Kip 246 Pallon, Tom 197 Payne, Dexler 225 Payne, Mike 211 Payne, Roberl D., Jr. 69, 68 Payne, Susan 36, 130, 197 Payne, Terri L. 71, 197 Pavelka, Debbie I76 Paylon, Nancy 40, 59, 246, 26 Pearson, Carla D. 55, 225 Pearson, Dennis 72, 225 Peay, Candy 246 Peav Chris 197 3 Y. Peay, Jim 176 Peck, Allison 225 Peck, Susan E. 68, 211 Pedersen, Kalhy 225 Pedersen, Lars 246 Peirson, Judy 245 Penley, Gordon 246 Penninglon, Belsy 55,225 Penninglon, Margy 176 Perkins, Becky 176 Perkins, Sleven 197 Perrel, Anne 211 Perron, Barbara 211 Perron, Chuck 197 Perron, Mary 73 Perry, David L. 88, 110, 224, 225 Perry, Theresa 176 Pesusich, Jeanne M. 246 Pelersen, Cindy L. 246, B5 Pelerson, Don 56, 225 Pelerson, Rick 197 Pelerson, Roger W. 68 Pellerson, Bill 69, 70, 225 Peudlhomme, Buddy 197 Pheall, Chuck 226 Phillips, Rusly 211 Phillips, John B. 246 Phillips, Mary 176 Phillips, Paula Rae Phyllis, Jim 52 Pichl, Cheryl I76 Pichl, Roberl 89 Pickrel, Scol 197 Piper, Laurie R. 225, 73 Pique, Mary 71, 197 Plumb, Wendy 211 Poland, Sandy 176 Pollack, Goelfrey D. 68, 246 Pollack, Naomi L. 211 Ponikiski, Pal 211, 73 Porler, Lynn 211 Porler, Jerome V. 89, 49, 246 Porler, Pally 72, 246 Porler, Palsy 211, 51 Porlz, Sandy L. 211 Poller, Reed 226 Powell, Connie 211, 73 Powell, David A. 197 Powell, Joe 176 Powell, Sleve 246 Powers, Jennifer 246 Powers, Mike 226 Poynler, Sleve Kelly Pracko, Debbie 50 Prall, Jim 133, 70, 72, 246 Primack, Terri A. 246, 73, 160 Pringle, Bob 35, 79, 133, 132, 75, 79, 246, 264 Prinlon, Bill 190 Pulver, Gary 186 Pulver, Terry 88, 104, 226 Punshon, Barry I76 Pulallaz, Cherrie 197 Pulz, Sleve 186 Pulz, Barb 176 Quam, Pally 72, 246 Quick, Terri K. 211 Quimby, Leslie 246 Radelsky, Dana S. 211 Radelsky, Dean 176 Radelsky, Jay 133, 246 Rahawi, Pal 186 Rahawi, Susan L. 211, 73 Raifsnider, Carol 186 Ralslon, Barbara 186 Ralslon, Sheryl 145, 247, 164 Ramey, Diane 211 Ramo, Barbara 247 Randanl, Ken 226 Randle, Dave 186 Randle, W. Dean 226 281 Randle, Kalhy L. 197 Randolph, Jim 88, 98 Rankin, Linda 186 Rasmussen, Diane 247 Rayburn, Debbie 176 Rayburn, Jon 197 Rayburn, Lisa D. 226 Raydon, Carol Ann 226 Raydon, Sandy 186 Rea, David Wm. 226 Rechnilz, Margo I86, 180 Redecker, Chris 197 Redecker, Rick 226, 53, 52 Reed, Debbie A. 187, 197 Reed, Gary I76 Reed, lan 176 Reeves, Roger W. 197 Refla1l,Sleve 176 Regan, John C. 197 Reginelli, Paul F. 226 Reicherl, Sleve 88 Reid, Cindy 247 Reid, Marcia 186 Reid, Sccll 176 Reigan, Tim 186 Reigherl, Sleve 95 Reimann, Mike 226 Renalde, Jim 186 Reuben, Randy 186 Rex, Brad 176 Rex, Phil 247 Reynolds, Kevin C. 226 Rhyne, Laura C. 197 Ribbing, Carl 176 Ribbing, Laura L. 70, 211 Ribnik, Linda 186 Rice, Mark 176 Rice, Robin I76 Richards, Dyanna 247 Richards, Pam as, 210, 202, Richards, Val 247 Richardson, Anila 197 Richardson, Gail 186 Richardson, Becky 176 Richardson, Rod 186 Richey, Dana I76 Richey, Debbie 226 Richmond, Ann P. 211, 51 Richmond, Zack 197 Riddell, Sandy 211 Rider, Belh Ann 226 Rider, Kale 186 Riepe, Randy 197 Rifkin, Judy 211 Riley, Pally L. 226, 73 Riley, Bill 47 Ringel, Linda Sue 198 Rilchie, Mark A. 198 Rilchie, Nancy 186 Riller, Cindy 176 Riller, Sue 247 Rilz, David S. 247 Rilz, Darcy 211 Robb, Kalhy D. 211 Robbins, Mike 198 Roberls, Belh 211 211 .,.,r21.w-U-"""" ' Roberls, John 226 Roberls, Lin 211, 73 Roberls, Rod 247 Roberlson, Nelda 211 Roberlson, Rick I86 Roberfson, Vicki 176 Robinson, Debbie 226, 73 Robinson, Jeff S. 191, 198 Robinson, Sally 247 Robinson, Sheryl 186 Rodger, Gail 176 Rodman, Judy 226 Roebuck, Paul K. 211 Roeschlaub, Belsy Lynn 198 Roeschlaub, Nancy L. 198 Rogers, Carey 186 Rogers, Kalhie 186 Rogers, Slevan 68 Roggow, Zelma E. Rohm, David T. 247 Rollins, Laura E. 73 Roorda, Becky A. 211 Roper, Lesley 186 Rosenkrans, Wayne A. 198 Rosenlhal, Cheryl 211 Rosenlhal, Loraine 226 Rosh, Diana 186 Rosh, Lynda 176 Rolh, Elizabelh A. 198 Rolh, Marly 226 Rolh, Teri 211 Rolhslein, Alana 198 Rolhslein, Morl 247 Rollman, Ann 198 Rouse, Robin 70,226 Rowley, Rulh 73 Rudolph, Candi 226 Rudolph, Joan 226 Rudolph, Dick 95, 88, 226, Rudolph, Kurl 211 Ruperl, George 247 Ruperl, Mike 211 Ruperl, Roxanne 176 Ruppel, Debi 186 Ruppel, Jim 102, 106, 226 Rushlon, Marissa 71 Russell, Roxanne 211 Sadin, Diana 211 Sadin, Marie 186 Saine, Sleve 186 Sala, Linda S. 198 Sample, Shirley 247 Sampson, Debi L. 226 Sams, Beverly 211, 73 Sarns, Linda 186 Sander, Eddy 186 Sander, Becky 198 Sander, Rickie P. 247 Sanders, Julie 186 Sanders, Terri L. 226 Sanwick, Claire 226, 73 Sanwick, Jim 198 Saracino, Joe 247 Saunders, Jack 226 Saunders, Nancy 198, 73 r f I 19, Saviers, John D. 247 Saviers, Bill 176 Sayre, Jim 198 Sayles, Sue 226 Sayre, Elhel 70, 226 Schalf, Pally 211, 60, 164 Schaible, Jackie 186 Schelcik, John 186 Scheidl, Sharon 227, 73 Scheidl, Shirley 73 Schell, Sally 212 Schellenger, Doug I76 Scherrer, Dennis 212 Scherrer, Fred 110, 248 Schibel, Mark 177 Schissler, Chuck 248 Schissler, Jay 212 Schlieker, John F. 227 Schlieker, Paul H. T. 65 Schmidl, Chuck 177 Schmidl, Jill 190, 71, 198 Schneider, Karyl 212 Scholl, Sleve 212 Schrader, Dave 212, 68 Schriener, Greg 177 Schroeder, Becky 212 Schumacher, Robbie 48, 92, 90, 88, 152, 248, 266 282 Schwabauer, Craig T. 88, 227 Schwengels, Julie J. 70, 227, 66 Schwemmer, Don 198 Scoll, Jim 106, 227 Scoll, Rokey 34, 232, 152, 248, 269 Seerie, Gail 212 sealer, cody L. 212, 68,70 Seiler, Conny L. 212, 68, 70 Sellle, Merrilee L. 227, 161 Sellle, Ginny 186 Sellles, Dede J. 212 Severinsen, Joy 186 Shaddock, Lynne 186 Shanahan, T. D. 186 Shahan, Greg Allen Shanklin, Mark K. 212 Shanks, John 198 Shapiro, Don I30, 198, 84 Shearer, Laura 248 Shedd, Corwin 177 Shedd, Sara A. 68, 227 Sheeran, Mary 186 Shepard, Angelene M. 71 Sherback, James 248 Sherback, Rich 198 Sheridan, Ed 248 Sheridan, Sallie 212 Sherman, David 70 Shiery, Barbara 198 Shiery, Faye I77 Shilvock, Bob 186 Shinn, Chris 186 Shinn, Debbie 177 Shinn, Dennis 248 Shinn, Tim 212 Shirk, Sue 79, 72, 227 Shoemaker, Jean 212, 68 Shore, Gayle N. 198 Shorl, Camille 71, 198 Shorl, Jeff 177 Shover, W. 71 Shraiberg, Renee 72, 227 Sibilia, Laura 186 Sibi1ia,Peler 198 Siekmeier, Kurl 177 Siekmeier, Linda 248 Silvey, Maureen 198 Simmons, Bill 186 Simpson, Gail L. 248 Singer, Kenny 198 Sinopoli, Janice 248 Skaer, Carolyn 212 Skaer, Sleve 186 Skoglund, Brenda 177 Skoglund, Micki L. 71 Skull, Cory I86 Sloan, Sue 227 Smalley, Sharon 248, 73 Smilh, Barb 227, 85 Smilh Cindy 19B Smilh Debbie 212, 73 Smilh Donna Lynn 73 Smilh Gary 177 Smilh Jacque Mel 177 Smilh, Judy G. 227 Smilh Karen A. 71, 198 Smilh Keene 248 Smilh Peggy 227 Smilh, Mark 186 Smilh, Renee 186 Smilh Rod 177 Smilh Scoll 177 Smilh Sleve 227 Smilh Susan 186 Smilh, Susan 212 Smilh, Vickie 43, 198 Smilh, Vickie '248 Smilh, Warren W. 248 Smilh, Wendy J. 198 Smilman, Jan 186 Snapp, Bob 227 Snead, Fred 89, 212 Sniegowski, Mike 248 Snow, Jim 227 Snow, Mike 153, 248 Sobol, Becky 227 Solaly, Scoll 248 Sondrup, Ron 88, 249 Sooby, Carol 227 Sorensen, Tammie 212 Spahr, Cindy 177 Spahr, Larry 198 Spangler, Greg 249 Spangler, Lance 186 Spangler, Becky 46, 72, 249, 120 Spangler, Ronnie 89 Spangrud, Lisa 212 Sparks, Bonnie 177 Sparks, Dale B. 212 Speckman, Bill 227 Speed, Calhy 177 Spurlin, Fran 198 Spurlin, Rich 68, 88, 106, 227, 84 Spurlock, Kay G. 198 Slacy, Sleve 186 Slacy, Cindy 227 Slaley, Paul F. 198 Slanley, Carrie 186 Slaslny, Kip 177 Slearns, John 14, 93, 48, 92, 91 103, 88, 105, 227 Slearns, Rick 198 Sleen, Lance 187 Slefanik, Geri 249 Sleinberg,1lyse 198 Slelzer, Bob 212 Slephens, Paula 177 Slephens, Sheryl 71 Slephens, Sue 227 Slephenson, Chere 212 Slephenson, Mark 177 Slephenson, Tim 249 Slerling, Margie 187 Slevens, Hawley J. 187 Slevens, Healher 128, 34, 72, 217, 227 Slevenson, Bruce F. 249 Slevenson, Doug 187 Slevenson, Rick A. 212 Slewarl, Debbie L. 72, 227 Slewarl, Linda Kay 71 Slewarl, Richard 173 Sliles, Laurie A. 187 Sline, Howard G. 227 Sline, Mark A. 198 Stirling, Rick 249 Sloffel, David W. 177 Sloffel, Sleve 177 Slone, Tony 69, 62, 68, Slone, Sherrye 212 Slookesberry, Sleve 89 Slorey, Brenl 212 Slorey, Suzanne I77 Slorhaug, Tim 249 Sloul, Carol 198 Sloul, Cindy 70, 227 Slracy, Bob 249 Slracy, Russ 89, 212 Slrappe, Joqueline 213 Slrauch, Vicki 187 Slrauss, Cindy 212 Slringer, Jeff 177 Slrulhers, Janel D. 198 Slrufhers, Lynn Kirk Slryker, Susie 227, 73 Slubbs, Fell L. 227 Slubbs, Randy 212 Slurgis, Mary Sue 213 Suhm, Doug 89 70, 249 "hc i , -,v , ,.- Sullivan, David 88 Summers, Cathy I87 Summers, Dick 2l3 Suppes, Kurt Wayne Suttin, Mark I77 Sutfin, Pam 2l3 Sutherland, Cindy 2l3 Swan, Claudia 2l3 Swanson, Karen L. l98 Swartz, Darla l98 Sylvester, John W. 227 Symcox, Debbie 2l3 Tipps, Ken l98 Tipps, Kim 249, l2l Tipton, Lynne Ellen 72 Todd, Dan M. 228 Todd, Dave 228 Todd, Ken 68, 72, 249 Todd, Merrilee A. l98 Torpey, Joe W. 89, 2l3 Tourney, Donna L. 64, 249 Tourney, Kathy I77 Towne, Linda 249 Towne, Mark R. 88, 228, 98 Van Genderen, Scott 80, 81, 250, 26 8 Van Lunsen, Pete 88, 228 Van Port fliet, Mike 228 Van Portfliet, Tim I87 Vardaman, George T. 88, 250 Vaughan, Susan N. 7I, I99 Vaughn, Bruce H. I87 Vaughn, Charla 36, I99 Vaughn, Milta A. I87 Vaughn, Ron 249 Vaughn, Ted 2l3 Vayhinger, Karen 55, 2l3 Veatch, Lori I77 Watson Patti I87 wsfsanf Randy 49, 250, 269 Watson, Stephen D. 70 wanan, Bill zza, 53 Webb, John 69, 68, 2l3 Webb, Nancy 7l, I99 Webb, Wayne 2l5 Weber, Brent R. 250 Weber, Craig I87 Weber, Lynn S. I99 Weber, Marty 58 Wedum, Wedum, John 7l, l99 Tana I87 We enast Sue 46 68 70 250 Veatch, Mona Christin 7l veiih, Cary F. 199 Venuti, Patsy l5l, 228, 84 Vergatos, Jerry I99 Vessels, Steve l77 Vestman, John A. 70 Vickroy, Carol J. 2l3 Vickroy, Sandy I77 Vidal, David 7I Vidal, Nancy Kathleen 72 Vierheller, Brad 7l Villalovos, Sandy 228 Vonderheid, Mike l77 Von Strohe, Scott l77 Wadlington, Dave 2l3 Wadlinqton, Tom 34, 232, l57 88, l05, 232, 250, 267 Wagner, Linda 250 Wagner, Mary K. I87 Wagner, Susie l77 Wainwright, Carol I99 Walberg, Kurt l77 Walberg, Laura J. 2l3 Walker, Anna E. l99 Walker, Mary I87 Walker, Rod 250 Wall, Christine l77 Walker, Wendy J. 228 Wallace, Richard H. 89 Walsh, Mike I99 Walthers, Bruce l77 Walthers, Paul 72, 88, 228 Warren, Margret l99 Wanner, Gail l. I87 Wanner Jan 34 2l6, 228, l62 Ward, Cheryl I99 Ward Holly l77 Ward, Nancy I77 Ward, Ken 89 Wardin, Charles l77 Wardin, Kathie 228 Warner, David A. 89, 2l3 Warner, John 34, 88, 2l7, 228 Warner, Marilyn 250 Warren, Jim 2l3, 85 Warren, Margaret Ann 7l Warwick, Bonnie 2l3, 73 Warwick, Marion 56, 250 Wasson, Barbara C. 70, 228 Watson, Diana B. 2l3, I64 Watson Watson ,Jane l80, I87 , John M. I99 9 i l i I Weiderpan, Sally 232, 55 Weil, Ronnie L. l80, I87 Weimar, Bill 2l3 Weimer, M. 89 Weiss, Judith A. I99 Welch, Debbie 250, 83, 60, 270 Wenger, Pat 228, 73 Werschky, Sue 228 Wertz, Paul G. 228 West, Craig 228 West, Nancy S. 7I, I99 West, Bob I99 Western, Kathy I87 Western, Ken I99 Weyand, Jim I99 Weyand, Janet 229 Whalen, Jenny 35, 2l0, 202, 2l3, l65 Wham, Jeannie I87 Wham, Nancy S. 72, 250 Wheeler, Debbie 229 Wheeler, Janice 250 Whetstone, Janet I87 Whitaker, Carol I87 Whitaker, Gayle A. I29, 55, 250, l23, 269 Whitaker, Norma 229, 73 Whitaker, Bob lll, 2l3 White, Teresa 2l3, 73 Whitley, Chris l77 Whitman, Lynn 58 Whitman, Dick l87 Whitney, Craig R. I99 Wickman, Gretchen G. l99 Widal, Nancy 25l Widdows, Mark 229 Wiebold, Heidi I77 Wiederspan, Jennie Jo I99 Wieclerspan, Sally 34, 25l, 267, l59 Wilber, John 89, 2l3 Wild, Kelly Kevin 89 Wilde, Peggy J. 73 Wilhelm, Gayle l77 Wilhelm, Karen 2l3 Wilkins, John 25l Williams, Stephanie J. 25l Wills, Arthur I87 Wills, Bob 25l Wills, Jackie 25l Wills, Mariory l77 Willson, Robert Y. 2l3 Wilson, Carole 229 Wilson, Cathy I77 Wilson, Denise I77 Wilson, Ken 229 Wilson, Laura I77 Wilson, Mike 229 Wilson, Philip 25l Wilson, Polly I77 Wilson, Bob I99 Wilson, Sue A. 2l3 Wing, Wendy A. I99 Winn, Jamie 69, 70, 2l3 Winslow, David I87 Wise, Laura 72, 25l Witkin, Debbie l99 Wolt, Becky 229 Wolt, Wendy L. I87 Woltt, Chuck 229 Woltt, Connie 72, 25l Wolfson, Joy S. 2l3 Wolfson, Bob I99 Woodruft, Larry I77 Woods, Woods, Woods, Kathy 251, 73 Mark I77 Nelson 229 Woodward, Marsha 68, 72, 25l Wray, Richard N. 2l3 Wright, David M. 2l3 Wright, Pat l87 Wright, Shelley J. I87 Wright, Terry 68, I99 Wyble, Diane l4l, 25l, l22, 85 260 Wyble, Kathy 2l2, 203, 2l3 Wymore, Marcia K. 2l3, 73 Wymore, Mindy S. I87 Wymore, Mark S. 229 Yackey, Steve 54 Yates, Diane 229 Yates, Steven I99 Yeager, Brad, I77 Yeager, Scott V. 229 Yeates, Randy I87 York, Jim 187 Williams , Anne I87 Williams, Debbie l77 Williams, Kurt E. 72, 25l Williams, Max 92, 90, 9l, 88, 229 Williams, Paula 2l3 Tagliaferri, Sharon 249, 73 Tait, Peggy I77 Taylor, Ann I87 Taylor, Carol I87 Taylor, Mark E. I87 Tayon, Shelly 2l3, 73 Tayon, Tom l98 Tellis, Ellen I87 Templeton, Shirley 42, 46, 78, 249, 269 Thall, Randy M. l98, 84 Tharp, Carol I87 Tharp, Greg 249 Therell, Jim I87 Thomas, J anet 227 Thomas, Greg 249 Thomas, Tim 2l3 Thompson, Dayle l98 Thompson, Debbi l54, l98 Thompson, Jim I87 Thompson, Otto W. 2l3 Thompson, Peggy A. I87 Thompson Thom 2l3 Thomte, Carl l77 Thrash, Cathy 72, 249 2l3 Thrasher, Kim D. Thurmon, Cathy 2l3, l62 Thurmon, Linda l87 Tilsley, Scott E. I87 Timchula, Judy l77 Timmons, Bonnie 38, 227 Trautman, Susan l98 Travis, Joe I87 Travis, Shelly 228 Tripp, Lynn 7l Trubey, Terry I87 Trump, Brad 228 Tryon, Janet 228 Tryon, Mark 2l3 Tucker, Lynn I98 Tulper, Howard I87 Tune, Larry 249 Tunison, Dave 70, 228 Tunison, Debbie L. I99 Tunison, Diane I77 Turner, Bruce 89, 69, 68, 2l 3 Turner, Donn 89, 69, 68, 2l3 Turtle, Louise 72, 249 Tweed, Gary R. 249 Tweed, Leslie 228 Tyner, Helen 228 Underwood, Kathie I77 Upton, Yvette I99 Urie, Terri I77 Vagts, Denny 228 Vagts, John D. 69, 68 Valko, Eva E. 73 Valis, Kevin S. 7I, I99 Valis, Mindy 73 Vallance, Jim 250 Van Benschoten, Dave I87 Van der schaat, Nick A. 228 York, Martha A. 7I, I99 Zaler, Howard l77 Zaler, Marc 2l3 Zanetell, Judy 25l Zebauers, Liga 72, 25l Zishka, Bill 25l Zishka, Robert J. I99 Zmuda, Marianne 70, 251, 52 Zorno, Robin A. I99 Zowada, Robert 25l Zumwinkel, Jon K. Zuspann, Ann Louise Zurek, Paul D. I99 Zurek, Stan 2l3 Zuspann, Ann 229 Zwern, Anita D. 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