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

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'O e Calendar September 8-FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 9-FRESHMEN ORIENTATION 29-BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT October 2-HOMECOMING RALLY 3--HOMECOMING DANCE 14-FASHION BOARD ASSEMBLY 12-16--CLUB WEEK 19-30--UNITED WAY WEEK 30-DRAMA CLUB PLAY November 3-ARISTOCRAT SALES START 11-VETERANS PARADE 20-21-SENIOR CLASS PLAY 26-27 -THANKSGIVING INTERMISSION December 8-SOUL SHOW 10--HCAREER DAY 22-HOLIDAY ASSEMBLY 23-WINTER INTERMISSION January 4--RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL I2--SENIOR ASSEMBLY 21-DRAMA ASSEMBLY 29-SEMESTER ENDS February 13-EROS ARROWS DANCE 25-26-27-ALL SCHOOL SHOW March 9--AVOCAL ASSEMBLY 12-CADET TEA 16--D.E. PROMOTION ASSEMBLY April 3-9-SPRING INTERMISSION 24--JEFFERSON BALL 30---DRAMA CLUB PLAY May 4-QALL SCHOOL ELECTIONS SPRING VOCAL CONCERT 7-SENIOR PROM I1-CLASS ELECTIONS 28-ATI-I LETIC BANOUET June 4-SENIOR CLASS DAY Aciiviiies Siudeni Council Peie Crowleg All School Presideni Q Q 3 is , fy, 3 3 Q3 H " 1. Sue Pagne All School Vice Presidenl Jill Miller All School Secreiarg L W1 l Jeff Robinson All School Treasurer Represeni STUDENT COUNCIL ALL SCHOOL OFFICERS PETE CROWLEY-President SUE PAYNE-Vice President JILL IVIILLER-Secretary JEFF ROBINSON-Treasurer Senior Officers BILL BRINTON-President LARRY BOGRAD-Vice President MIKE ERNST-Secretary Junior Officers MIKE FLYNN-President GAI L WANNER-Vice President LINDA BAYER-Secretary Sophomore Officers DEBBY BAKER-President BROOKE LYMAN-Vice President JODI DANIELSON-Secretary Freshmen Officers CINDY GREER-President GREG PAPPAS-President DON LEARNED-Vice President CAROL CRIST-Secretary fi? nw' 3. , , W. , ...-.qw ...- -- .1 ifisiig ,531 A Wifiafs ,f ,, f 5' r" S-. 1 , fw,"'f'igy' ' W , has X .,,f 'Q ' I . K I qi, it , 7 f ' Q. 1 ..,, i 1 - V ' ,'-" Q ' - 1-mf aw'-wizx W . , W' 4k-' flf ssezm, s?iwxQsiM . view ii ' , f , i K I- 3 K b X fwxwfv-' N" ' ' ' "" vffMi5:gm' 2 si 173, , A- if . ?, 125fs. 8 mfg -'fi , ' 7 .Mit , A A3 . 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T16 ' .',:Sf-S1-ikzfk. syzigeaz. -fnifya N 5 V ,LU 5 gli: ,f vsm iuiv 1 Z fi? ifgfgfi? 3 'f ,,.:f4 f' A A NM. ga ,.,, ,,, 5 155:15 ,W ws, Wwe. .M 29 Freshmen Freshmen oriented into a world of institutionalized unchanges left alone to see and to find their own individuality but aided forcibly in covering their eyes and blinding themselves to the system and in grouping into conformity from the bellies of dragons come forth imperfect machines ..... Grow Stale we -ff' ,sq 5-Lew ,f,,'+' ,. LV A 'gell good or ihis will be our Iasi and if was to Sho? ils ustl to the. Sicw gwhga-red ix-onxcuhy amusirg to the many who didrft WONLHNQSB ko 'Chose compketgbf unuxvohrqd but, with Lixf. power them . . raXXleS 31 Qporis '7 I-Fa+igu Makes Cowards Of Us All! ' ...T b,vLmA 5 ,L.,,,....VA 4.,- es1rsf12sfff.:e-was lf' - ibottom rovvl ll. to r.l l.. Spangler, J. Coulter, J. Mode, R. Blair, D. Stidgerp B. Ditollag C. Douglas, R Weil T Taylor M Smith C Clemensen isecond rovvl Coach Marsh, T. Jones, B. FordgJ. Reagan, L. Ford, S. Loughheadp- G. Mueglep D. Hallet M Gerber M Vukovich J Anderson B May, J. Scott, A. Geiss, lthird rovvl Coach Hughes, L. Hallam, D. Kinsey, T. Brzezickig D. Bunch, G Booton K Tipps M Gammill M Paich B. Norden, Coach Peters, itop rovvl Coach Golder, J. Miller, L. Steen, R. Nielsen, M. McGheeg G. Mansfield S Tilsley T Marshall T Hein B Nevvsumg Rick Stearns Coach Dick Golder's varsity football team lacked great speed, size, and talent. With the assistance of Andrew Geiss and Kenneth Hughes, Golder put together a bunch of "hungry footballers." The team led by se- niors Mike Gerber, Tom Jones, Roger Niel- sen, and Rick Stearns, bulled their way to a strong second place finish. Using their povv- erful running game and hard hitting, the "Gold Gang" battered back to finish the season with 6 consecutive league victories. The biggest of these victories was the 7-O squealer over Lincoln. DPS VARSITY STANDINGS Team VV-L Washington 7 1 T.J. 6 2 Lincoln 5 3 Kennedy 4 4 South 4 4 East 3 5 North 3 5 West 2 6 Manual 2 5 34 The Gold Gang ,uf- Smashing through North interference T. J.'s maulers stop the Vikings for little yardage, Trips and Falls Top: Bob IVlay holding for Dave Kinsey in an extra-point attempt against Wheatridge. Left: Dave Kinsey tries to overcome a Wheatridge defender. Right: Rick Stearns moves in unsuccessfully to block extra-point. , Ja, Wxwggx A Lose Some Truals 'W' "MN'N'W Q wmvmwgpgmwn A 5 Ay -' Lf: ,. ,, Tift? NT 5 . :aff ps ,L-ill? v?.f5s,,11f l "l Opposite page: top left: Wheat Ridge back, Terry Kunz, goes over the top of T. J. defenders. Right: Clay Douglas shows some hard hitting. Bottom: Rick Stearns i43l, prepares for the snap and the handoff from Bob Ditolla. This page: Top: Bob Ditolla illl, hands off to Lynn Hallum l42l, in a game against G. W. Middle Left: Blocking gets fierce against Washington. Middle Right: Tom Brzezicki moves up fast to defend the pass. Bottorn: Rushers get close but not close enough against top rated Wheat Ridge. . . . But Win Where It Counts ll 0 II ll Il J. V. Genes Lack Boo-Boos --l Underclassmen had remarkably fine seasons. The Junior varsity showed a 5-1 record behind the fine coaching of Andy Geiss and Ken Hughes. The J.V.'s la c k i n g an organized league played anyone vvho would face them. Mickey Guenther, Mike McGee and if N Doug Nielson did exceptional jobs on the field. The S o p h o m ores inspired by coaches Rex Peters and Mickey Marsh R took the City Championship with a 7-1 record. Their lone loss to Manual has no bearing. The team leaders were Eric K o rt z, Phil Boardman, Pat McGhee, Jim Aspinvvall and Steve Williams. There is no doubt that with this talent and ambition the potential is there for a fine Varsity Squad. TOP RIGHT: Whaling during a hard practice are several members of the J.V. team. ABOVE: Making an end sweep is Thad Taylor while his teammates look on. RIGHT: Mike Hahn breaks some tacklers to run through tough opposition. u Qoph "On The BaII" DPS SOPHOIVIORE STANDINGS Team W-L-T T.J. 7 1 Washington 7 1 Manual 4 4 East 4 4 North 3 5 Lincoln 2 4 2 South 2 4 2 West 2 4 2 Kennedy 1 5 2 I , . . . . Nlusculing for yardage against East is Jim Aspinail. - - A C Q - .- ibottom rovvi il, to r.i K. AndersongT. Harrisong C. Emmerichp C. Ribbingp D. Helanderg J. Peayp J. Cravvfordg J. Hubbert. isecond rovvj J. Shad- dockp IVI. Stephensonp P. Boardmang K. Stastnyg G. IVIcGrovvp IVI. Berkovvitzg J. Wylie. NI. Surfing Mike Keablesp R. Rainey.irovv threei Coach IVIarshg B. Walthersp S. Wiiliamsp T. Kellyp W. Greeng IVI. Riceg P. iVlcGheep IVI. Bozemanp J. Levittg Coach Peters. itop rovvi C. Clernensong A. Sampsong R. Craigg P. Niorrisong J. Aspinwallg A. Tavelg M. Nlooreheadg D. Gottenborg. Racketeers Romp Through Citg Competition Tennis Team: ibottom rowl ll, to r.l IVI. Dinner: D. lVliller5 D. Levinp J. Chesseng ltop rowi J. Powellg B. Koelbelg B. Nlclntyreg S. Krobp T. Campbellg Coach lVliles. The name of the game was improvement for this year's Tennis Team. After finishing tied for third in the city and third in district, T.J. almost successfully defended its state title but came up just short in finishing third in state competition. Dan Levin, Bob Koelbel, and Joe Powell finished strong with Levin becoming the state champion for the number one singles division. Other fine per- formances during the season were turned in by Seniors, lVIike Dinner and Jim Chessen. Next years team should make T.J. number one again. 4 f,-A45-" DPS TENNIS STANDINGS M 'rW'r W . H W-m...,,,bMmm'mm VV L Kennedy 46 2 Washington 37 11 Jefferson 31 17 y South 31 17 East 19 29 Manual 16 32 Lincoln 15 33 North 15 33 Executing one of his serves, Dave lVlilIer shows West 6 42 form- Girls Gymnastics Team lBottom rowl ll. to r.l Laura Elrodg Debbie Anderson, Tammy Thomson, Becky Sanders, Brooke Lyman, Gail Headstrom Michele Way lVliss Gator. lTop rowl Cherly Evans: Nancy Ward: Sharon Bahrychg Sharon NIcCueg Terri Estabog Jeanine Lanier: Nancy Horner, Jan Estabo. S.: Balancing oneself is a difficult task. Gator's Gang Goes Great Guns .ser jlifff Helping fellow team members is of importance. Tumbling, vaulting, and turning their way through the season, Miss Gator's Girls Gym- nastics team showed their ability to com- pete with the best. The girls had a tough season but managed to put it all together. The District Nleet was the high point of the season. Some of the more spirited com- petitors on the team were Jan Estabo, Jeanine Lanier, Celeste Colburn, lVlargy War- ren, and Gail Headstrom. These girls showed that girls as well as boys can show their spirit for their school by participating on an athletic team. lVluch credit should go to these girls for making Thomas Jefferson a fine school. Cross Country Team: lfront rowl ll. to r.l B. lVlcClearnp D. KlenzendorfpJ. Lively: P. Schliekerp J. Bramley G Traver J Strlckfadden lback rovvl E Sanders J Zumvvinkleg E. Berthoud: N. Biarg R. Reeves: J. York, Coach Learned. Underrated Harriers Run Up Third In Citg An aching side and some stiff legs make for a typical Cross Country runner. This year was one of T.J.'s best in Cross Country. The Team finished third in city with the help of Seniors, Paul Schlieker, Jim Lively, Dave Klenzendorf, and Bill lVlcCIearn. The "B" Team also added some depth in the running of Roger Reeves and Norm Biar. Three to six miles of running per day helped these boys and the remainder of the team to realize that Cross Country takes courage and desire making it just as much or more difficult than any other athletic sport. CROSS COUNTRY STANDlNGS Washington 47 ' Lincoln 58 Jefferson 82 Kennedy 89 North 116 South 124 West 190 Manual 21 1 EBST 252 - -I -I I Members of "B" Team prepare for a rugged two miles. Golfers Rough Up The Swinging viciously, Steve Sessions hits it a mile. Course How do you sink a fifty foot putt on a downhill green? Ask T.J.'s Golf Team. This season they learned the answer. After play- ing all eight rivals in the D.P.S. league and finishing with a record of 45 and 19 tied for second, much experience was gained. Senior, Gary llllesch, lead the team as the number one man and ended up with the third best average in the league. Other standouts were Dave lVlelusky, Tim lVlcCrary, Steve Sessions, and Jim Therrell-thus making next years team full of experience. D.P.S. GOLF STANDINGS W L Kennedy 50 14 Jefferson 45 19 Washington 45 19 West 41 23 Lincoln 34 30 North 30 34 South 30 34 East 11 53 Manual 2 62 . 555.3 m M Y ,MT 'EM fax? , A .gas Golf Team: lfront rowl ll. to r.l W. Johnsong H. Tulperp C. FunkgJ. Desmond: G. Ingalls: D. Kruckman. lback rowl J. Cook: lVl. Collins5G lVlesch J Ther reIlgS. SessionspT. lVlcCraryp R. Zellp Coach Epstein. Not Shown: D. lvleluskyg A. Goetzinger. QM ww Girls Track: ltop rowl ll. to r.l J. Price: V. Browng L.Shaddock5 D.Smlth D Reynolds Mrs Johnson lbottom rowl C Bond: S. Raydong N. Cooper: T. Shoverp J. Potts. Girl Runners Spike Wag To Fame Climbing stairs seemed to be more appropri- ate for the Girls Track team than running the track. Late snows during the early part of March drove the team inside and forced them to get in shape by running halls and climbing stairs. There was a better turnout this year than there had been in previous years. Vanessa Brown, Denise Smith, Sandy Raydon, and Nancy Cooper helped lead the team to many fine showings. Due to the tal- ent displayed by these girls, the team did exceptionally well during the season. Breaking from the blocks comes easy Gals Look For Birdies if Sl Slit. ' ,L , f' tf, ., f nrwgugi Q8 xv , s.-4 Q I Tll.l AM mrs i Top, I to r, Patti Greene, Ginnie Settle, and Linda Calvert take time to pose before a heavy round on the links. Left, Patti Greene displays her form. The girls golf team enjoyed an exceptionally fine season. Coach Cameron led the gals to the City Title. During the City Playoffs Ginnie Settle placed first, Linda Calvert sec- ond, and Patti Greene fourth in the Cham- pionship bracket. sparians sink I the Vikings i of A, V days to yell for the football victory vvon a little too easily to adorn a car to an al- most unrecognizable object to hear boy cheerleaders bellow obscenities nights to decorate the hall only to be torn down the next morning to watch the coronation amidst dulled tenseness times to try and feel with the school to participate ...homecoming 1970 ,tsi liis A r " '-'SPM-iw:-w-'Eff rg sf.fg,fH-iefigxzfrt 32 41 N Qrvkikm -I . ,Mi 14, A'.,,,,,7-of?-1e:n,f-..sw..:v.. asfawx.f.f-by t HN? g nu s Vjgzaig sg-, 'lf' "M E .: 4 my 'V ' yy , Nz . ' N .5 , 9 iv 7 x X- ', ,Q 1, an 'X R ,' Q , 'li ee t 4 - is so X s '-rr f 3,3 zpffi' , MQ. +? i Fff l . ' 15 ' is Q K it ritt srrr ii rs f . t ti t A Q .N-N 'jigs ' t"' 'ME homecoming queen. micki skoglund l ff .M l 2 4 E princess. celesie colburn ' W A W, . N I v Brown and Gold ll I "l'd like to try it, but, l'm afraid that I might like it." All of TJ's numerous social groups were influenced by the presence of marijuana, hashish, and mind-affecting drugs such as mescaline, acid, and lVlDA. The reasons for grass and drug use were as varied as the people that used them. Some used grass and drugs strictly for recreation, possibly as a substitute for liquor. Others were looking for an escape mechanism, maybe searching for new kicks. For whatever reasons, young people used pot more frequently than ever before. With the appearance of drugs and pot, old words took on new meanings in' the pot-oriented youth culture. Words such as grass, rip, pot, speed, joint, number and dope took on new definitions to describe certain conditions of the drug scene. Even though there has been no positive evidence for or against the use of pot, the dope scene has arrived at the high school level, most probably to stay. Y' ivy, Q55 QQ 4 QLXQXNEEJQCQQGKWUQ Q wOQ5PCgQ N Cho P36 ' Q OI Q Qdcwwm WW? G ' . , pl MQ 590555 nf D kza X39 Wi 946 S O? QCSPQQAQ JESJQD KX A 932 fbdwmgj Qbxii ug? wf L QQQ mf? 5 S wvfkog Q Kp x C KA LO 3:6 QQ 52 The 1969 Aristocrat said the Pep Club, "instilled enthusiasm in all Spartans." Something has happen- ed in the two years since then. Something has hap- pened to completely reverse the attitude of most people regarding school spirit. The 1971 Pep Club was the small percentage of the student body who tried unsuccessfully to revive excitement and to bring T.J. together. ' uf cindg blakelg 4 N f av R' A ., Y 4, if iff wendg smiih fp... if-k M aw . K is an 1 H 1 lf! Y Joni frizzell hi in jeannine Ianier celesie colburn head cheerleader micki skoglund I T ' "" V f f e elee fx ' '1'-ff: f'11frwQifxxE it" '--:'.ij:"5S M14 V K J f W' :w:,'z,gwqf,.w,,- V- 57 ' K 'Eg an bbie anders anneHe enizminger head pom pon ierrl oberg encing Club I Foili h Learning the basic fundamentals of this ancient art, was the primary objective of the Fencing Club. As patrons of the Amateur Fencing League of America, mem bers were eligible for all sanctioned tournaments. Eric Berthoud, TJ's exchange student from Swit- zerland and experienced in fencing, aided the group. Fencing Club Officers are ll. to r.l: J. Zumwinkel, E. Berthoud, Miss Belgrade. Bottom: L. Davis, K. Brewer, D. Winston. .en .ls ,mwmasams 2 -- IRC: Gel-ling Il Together The International Relations Club occu- pied a vital niche in community as well as school activities. Members sponsored a din- ner for foreign exchange students through- out Denver. The club, for the third consecu- tive year, brought first place honors to T.J. for their exhibit International Day in Gold- en, Colorado. Foreign speakers from local colleges and technical schools often attended club meetings. A new phase of the I.R.C. included discussions with priests of various Eastern religions. l l.R.C. leaders are ltop to bottom, I. to r.l: Ron Miriello, Linda lckis, Ernesto Floederer, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Chamberlin, Debbie Bays, and Laurie Drummond. ashion Boardl Clothes Minded V 'v Guiding girls as to clothes acceptable for school dress made Fashion Board one of our most useful organizations. The new provi- sion permitting pants to be worn caused many unforeseen conflicts between students and administrators. The board presented several fashion shows in an attempt to inter- pret the controversial regulations. In all, the Fashion Board had a successful year in ob- taining their goals. Fashion Board Officers are il. to rJ: Alana Rothstein, Charla Vaughn, Ann Howland, Cindy Allen, Mrs. Cook. Pot Luck Makes Hi-Y Participating in scores of activities, made Hl-Y an exciting to belong to. Several pot luck dinners, a city-wide slumber party, the youth and government activities, a hayrack ride, and selling Christmas trees were only some of HI-Y's accomplishments. The club also performed volunteer work and services for the needy. Hl-Y Officers are ll. to r.l: George Nlansfield, Pres.: Sheri Kal, DaIe'Gray5 Bruce Mansfield, Donna Wasserman. F all Flgers "Chute" The Gap a is -KN Gathering all people with interests in avi- ation, the Aeronautics Club had an active year. Future mechanics, pilots, and skydiversl belonged to the club. Numerous excursions were taken to points of aviation interest throughout the entire state. Since skydiving and aerodynamics have b onme increasingly glo5lu1Ealrg?xtglle,sizeotWEQX'S?'i,,FEmiCSClu5, s" F Y N X QPU go , YQQQYKEQTJL fsck X03 CL' ifbcig' Fx Uh f,i'Cffr I ASV' y Orgy? GjLfkQjWxn Q0 W 15552 bb W W' 'W ng 63 l i WEBHW' X! if 52 -5.1 5. .g 'Sv if xA 23 4l Varsity Basketball Team ltop rowl ll. to r.l Coach Santi: J. Bernecker: K. Brown: J. Stewart: L. Cox: B. Gardner: B. Konopka. lmiddle rowl J. Goble S Tils ley T. McCrary: B. Seymour: R. Brenning: L. Hallam: Fl. Stearns. lbottom rowl K. Western: G. Griffith: D. May: D. Winkle: P. Rouse: D. Haines: W. Barnes asketballers Winning was a common experience to the Varsity Basketball team this year during the early part of the season. T. J. was ranked among the top ten teams in the state until a flurry of losses beset the team and threw them out of city competition. The years highpoint came as the team came back and beat highly touted Washington in overtime. The team was led by such competent ball handlers as Ron Brenning, Larry Cox, Barry Konopka, Lynn Hallam, and Rick Stearns. This years team could have been one of the best that T. J. has ever had due to the fine sportsmanship of the players and their con- stant dedication. Varsity Basketball Standings W L East 7 1 Manual 6 2 Washington 6 2 South 4 4 West 4 4 Thomas Jefferson 3 5 Lincoln 3 5 North 2 6 Kennedy 1 7 Driving up the middle isn't always that Plag Hit And Miss 64 asv- - B l Arching the ball on its way is Rick Stearns. Straining for heighth, Jim Stewart pumps one Attempting the tip-off is sometimes futile. . . . Dribble io Qixih. 55 5 sa 4 4 Sophomore Basketball Team: ltop rowl ll. to r.l T. Austin: A. Sampson: J. Reed: B. Stewart:J. Aspinwall: G. lngalls:P. Bachellor Coach Geiss lbottom rowl And U CaPPS G Albeck: G. Traver: P. Elzi:S. High: IVI. Baird: J. Wylie:S. Williams. ' ' ' ' .. .,,,,,, i Average Season Bebounding was the most outstanding point of this year's Sophomore Basketball team. With abundant height throughout the team, Coach Geiss m a d e his teams presence known. The team this year, however, did not quite live up to the reputation of past teams. An average season was the best that could be accomplished. Mike Baird and Jim Aspinwall added much scoring potential as the two of them both averaged well over ten points per game. Next year, T. J. may look forward to fine Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. Sophomore Basketball Standings W L lVlanual 7 1 East 7 1 Washington 6 2 West 4 4 South 4 4 T. J. 3 5 Lincoln 3 5 North 1 7 Kennedy O 8 Forcing his way into the keyhole is Alvin Sampson l l JV Hoopers Bear Pressing Season me Hsu Fighting their way through the season was a trademark of the junior varsity basketball team. Nlost of the games were closely fou- ght, some resulting in victory and some in defeat. Coach Hughes coached his young players to a respectable season. Led by Scott Tilsley, Ken Brown, and Tim NlcCrary, the team did well in city competition. Varsity coach Santi should have a contending team next year with the help of these fine athl- etes. Top: Tim McCrary muscles in for an easy two- pointer. Bottom: Attempting a twenty-footer Doug Haines gives it all he has. 1 Varsity Swimming Team: 1Top rowi il. to r.i Coach Marsh: W. Rosenkrans: M. Collins: J. Graunke: W. Kortz: M. Ernst: W. Johnson: B. Vierheller: R. Nielson: G Wallace:B. Houtchins:M. Bischoff: B. Ditolla: T. Hardy: J. C. Bowman: P. Allis: Coach Gurian. lmiddle rowl F. Spurlin: E. Sanders: J. Small: B. Hendrick- son: G. Anderson: S. Kern: M. Herner:S. Sessions: J. Thompson: D. Hutchinson: B. Houtchins: J. Burkey: B. Bowman. iBottom rowl B. Smiley:J. Kunse,A, Tavel: J. Cook: M. Frazin: C. Clemenson: T. Gaines: M. Shears: B. Flory: P. McGhee. Exciting is the best word one might use to describe the varsity swimming team for 1971. Besides winning the city swimming title, T. J. also showed its best performance ever in state competition. All this was accomplished with the help of a new head coach. Coach Gurian did an outstandingjob with the team as he helped make possible all- state swimmers out of Jeff Graunke, Warren Kortz, Marty Bischoff, and Bruce Vierheller. Others who helped to make the team a win- ning combination were Roger NieIson,Woody Johnson, W a y n e Fiosenkrans, and Gregg Wallace. Varsity Swimming Standings W L T. J. 8 0 Abraham Lincoln 7 1 Washington 6 2 South 5 3 Kennedy 4 4 East 3 5 North 2 6 West 1 7 Manual O 8 -lu Knifing through the air is Tim Hardy. Swimmers Sweep Citg- Qfroke To First Running stairs is not always the easiest or best way to get in shape. This, however, is the way a wrestler will do it. Our wrestlers this year were no exception to the rule. This year's team ran a lot of stairs and practiced with much enthusiasm but still only man- aged a fifth place in city competition. The team just didn't have enough experience and size. There were exceptions to this in such talented wrestlers as Tom Jones, Scott Von Strohe, and Brad Muggleston. Tom Jones took city in his weight division in capping a fine season. Next year however, Coach Goodwin will again continue rebuilding. Wrestling Standings , points G Kennedy 89 Pinning the opponent can't always be accomplished. Lincoln 87 North 61 South 45 Thomas Jefferson 37 0 Washington 33 Wrestlers Get Pmned - 24 Manual 24 East 3 inish Fifth Varsity Wrestling Team: ltop rowl U. to r.t Coach Miles:P. Morrison: L. Steen: R. Hart:J. Zumwinklep R. Paich: G. Blevins: B. Koelbel: T. Jones: D. Llewellyn: D. Hart: K. Jennison: J. Scott: Coach Goodwin. Imiddle rowl M. Harvey: D. Pearson: R. Fox: R. Crane: R. Johnson: M. O'FaIIen: M. MuggIeston:S. KaI:S. Reffalt: J. Miller: C. Ribbing. lbottom rowl B. Meakins: R. Kruckman: J. Dewar: J. Genova: R. Hatch: B. Muggleston: S. VonStrohe: D. Schissler: J. Bramley. No Matter Who You Vofe For '.. .TEN THOUSAND VOTES. ELEVEN THOUSAND VOTES TWELVE THOUSAND VOTES ft W ' X 9 ' This election yea-r vvas the year of the XX Q if lull. The fervent activity generated by the X y ' fx Cambodian invasion subsided into apathy. ' ' T' ,V X. XX Politicians preferred to project an image and XQX fi . , V ,ix ff personally attacked their opponents rather X '- ' , X, ' .A V, A N than rationally discuss the issues. The Re- 5 - 4 'X phi 0,5 X X! publicans harped on law and order as if it x ' T V 7 ' X xx X were the direct result of democratic policy. SEQ X f' l ,f N 'Xi W e , 'K FX The Democrats placed emphasis on rising . l f ,7 A X Q., 4. :Illini ' ' ' " . NG ,, 'te' -'fu'. , I., - il 1: unemployment and inflation. Despite Nixon Wgjgiif K ' ' K 'I X' X and Agnew's unprecedented campaigning N07 , W ,. - - A .. . L'+ 7'r4 I UST,fJC,mY7 f' ' ' 1 i 1970's off-year election held no decisive - sy fi 9 4,0 G gg g 1 X victory for either major party. ' ' TT' H dd' A " 1 T ..,. , ff fgif ' ii. 3 5 P1 ' . O o ... at . . I . , . , ' 29 - ' . .- x '- xx A , Ame V ,, 55 E 45, ,Q gk f S ...A .1-' . 9 . I T ' . ,,., XR r XX, X. . xx 15 ,fTfZ'5i,., fiiifffffw P. 'gr gk 'Q 1 1 Q ...S if X 6' ,. The Government Always Gels In WWW! F.H.A. officers are: Linda Whitaker, Parliamen- tarianp D e b b i e Cooley, President: Chris Fillis, Secretary. F.H.A. I Red Hof wilh New Ideas A new club, the Future Homemakers of America, appeared at T. J. last year, and they certainly got started on the right track. Club members held a puppet show at an orphanage, sung at a hospital, and sponsored several bake sales. Little time was left for other activities, but the club still managed to develop radical and original approaches to clothing and cooking problems. A promising future is in store for coming years in the club. 4 A Bllll Favher Drobney Arrraaaaaar Magee Krlra, . Axel Magee .. Marion Hollander 'Nclver Hollander, Susan Hollander., Krolcck . Guard Burns . Chef Q Sultan of Bcshi r... Sulrank Fim Wife Kusnarn, ,, . Countess Bordoni.. Novofny ..., SYNOPSIS OF SCENES THE CLASS OF l97l presemr . o ox A o 4 o vu oo . ' r f l l A fl 4 f K ' l f r " f V rrr. wfdvdfvlld F' YJ ll' 11+-lv" by waady Allen Produced on Broadway by David Merrick THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL NOVEMBER 20 and 21, l970 CHARATITERS fin Older ar nracr oppearancel Scene l Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 4 Scene 5 Scene I Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene A UBEII McClec:rn .Chuck Larson Larry saaraa , Jerry Bernstein I ,Kjesri Arraaraarr NT , ..Mike Ernsl . .Lori Greenfield NT Tara Wayan NT Ken Corrrell ...Richard Glover ,,,,Lyarr Tucker NT ...Ron Loeb . .... V icky Lux , . ,Ken Colfrell ,Sarah Powell NT -Gary Briber NT Ac! I A lcfe summer afternoon Later me sameidoy Several days laser Lauer lhaf rragm several days larar Act ll The aan day rwa days lcier Tha? rrzavrr The rraxf rrrarrrerrg seniors sfage saiirical irip 4... - sv A gf" 0.5 'fl' ':.': tl.. Undersfandin v w' , o it Y X 'fax il sf' f-:film ff: sv-1.515 4' ' ' 's'-1' 56 ,G-I M " qv ' ,Q . ' feat at ' A. K ,L . n in f 9, in ,QQ I i sc'-Q, in ,at 1 v' Aw 4, '1'fv- ,gv ' p, ..,, . . 4 ' 'gx ',' ' 'S sg, U x .. .k , Y 43 , 44 in LQQ gf ff ff, ., . k ,'X, 1 ll ' f,ff',,. yi 1-if r VI',""t4f.'f'1e ,Q E. Ili-Q, -3' 4 ' .q K., 4, o 'F' is, 25 . 1 a I e vi.: 'fix .I No man is an island, especially when that man exchanges ideas with those whose life style, political, and religious beliefs differ from those to which he is accustomed. This philosophy holds true when considering TJ's foreign exchange students from Iceland, Switzerland, Jamaica, Holland, and Brazil. With varies ideas these students attempted to unite our school. Vilneide Groga, Brazil . I A 1 -nfl' Roseangla Papaleo. Brazil 5 S i i :ref wages Eric Berlhoud, Qwiizerla Qigridue JcnsdoHir, Iceland Francisca Fleur, Holland Jacqueline Prgce, Jamaica Drama '71 "Lion" I Winner This year's Drama Club went through the ages-from Shakespeare's 16th Century to the 19th Century and back to the 12th. Their settings varied from a Transylvanian location to a castle in France. Led by immensely competent officers, the meetings were characterized by a variety of plays from the dramatic ages, pre- sented in chronological order. THE LION IN WINTER, on April 30 and lVlay 1, climaxed the year. The city's strongest drama department presented the best in theatre all year long. SoIo'quian officers are ll. to r.l: Cindy Ozman, Sgt. at Arms, Karen Swanson, Sec.: Rena Davis, Publicity: Kjesti Anderson, Pres., Mark Campbell, V. Pres., Marilyn Driver, Treas.5 Mr. Schanker, Sponsor Thespians Get Melodramahc In their first year of international status, the Thespians were quite active. The year began with a melodrama presented during the lunch periods. Thespian Day, where all members dressed and assumed the role of a specific character, was also a huge success. A Circus lVlime, where actions spoke louder than words, and Shakespeare's TH E TAIVIING OF THE SHREW, terminated a fantastic year. ABOVE LEFT: Thespian officers are: ll. to r.l Doug Lennig, Pres., Caren Bailis, Sec.: Lynn Davis, V. Pres., Lynn Tucker, Treas. ABOVE RIGHT: Tom Tayon tells the audience of his fiendish plans. RIGHT: Doug Lennig tries to understand what's being said. Band Shows Superior Abiliig Showing superior ability, the members of Stage Band worked hard for perfection. Aldo Lallo helped to bring about the excellence of each member and group. Aembers of Show Band: Cox, Larry, Cutting, Spencer, Empey, Dave, Houtchinson, Doug: McClearn, Bill, Mode, Jim: Olson, Clyde, Oppenheim, Dave: 'ayne, William, Prudhomme, Buddy, Rice, Mark: Robertson, RickpSessions, StevegStevenson, Doug, Tweeten, Tom: Watson, John: Williams, Mel, Wolf- on, Bobby, Zumwinkel, John. 79 ' x i l l gl 3. 2 5 is l Alsdorf, DpAriki, S5 Barnes,Wg Bell,J5 Bramley, Jg Brown, K5 Core, D5 Cox, Lg Cutting, S, Dalrymple, G, Darcey, JJ Dofsett. C: DOUQISSS. L: DfOf1eflbUf9, JJ E9h0lm J, Empey, D5 Entzminger, Ag Essig, C5 Estebo, T, Feliss, J, Fishman, Ng Flores, A: Frank, J, Gammill, Nl, Gilbert, lvl, Graunke,J,Gunn, SgHale,Wp Hess, R, Hinnen B5 Houtchens, B3 Huper, M5 Hutchinson, D5 Jennison, J, Knaus, F7 Krob, S5 McDermott, D5 Maestas, Vp Malmborg, Ep MarshaIl,T:Mill6l',AZMUISF, LJ Mitchell, D Mode, J, Mugleston, Mp Ogren, Kg Olson, Cp Peterson, J, Prud, Hg Raydon, S. Richards, B: Robertson, R, Ruehle, T:SChli9k6r, T:SChmid, JZS-9555005.32 Sh6HfS,M Smith, S5 Spurlin, F5 Spuriock, G: Stevenson, .lp Stringer, J, Tellis, Eg Tweeten, Tp Vinson, L5 Williams, Mp Wolfson, R1 - l Practice makes perfect as shown by the concert orchestra and concert band Daily practice by these members helped to pro duce the beat and sound at TJ assemblies concerts and football games Conducted by Mr Aldo Lallo these bands were an integral part of T.J. l 3 s ri Bands Blow It Lllembers of Concert Orchestra: Buchleiter, L:Clavert, LpCoulter, Lg Croy, J: Derryberry, M5 Dosh, B5 Feder, Pg Galloway, A5 Keesey, J: Kidder, J, Lemster, L5 Light, Kp Peay 'Ig Pfister, Ag Robinson, E: Rosenkrans, W, Shatz, S3 Stay, P3 Stewart, Ep Wainwright, C5 Walker: Ap Wall, Cp Way, My y A f di A k .v rv V ,,, W if 81 Chess Clubs "Male" Bridges And Bridge and Chess Club Officers are ll. to r.l: Top: Barry Bounds, V. Pres: Doug Grelk, Sec.-Treas., Mike Walsh, Public Flelations: Don Schwemmer President. Struggling to find a sponsor occupied most ofthe fall for the Bridge Club and the Chess Club. Upon deciding to merge, the combined Bridge and Chess Club got off the ground. A ladder and several interschool tournaments were run in both bridge and chess. Nlembers of the club included novices as well as experts. Organizing the F.A.C. proved difficult. H p The club's importance and success diminish- ed somewhat this year. Failure of the Stu- dent Union was a major disappointment for those F.A.C. members vvho worked diligently I to maintain it. The "faculty advisors" did u n I O n e little advising during the past year. 'A ' -M if - -q, , . , VV V., .... 5 I gg m4g. ,Q :M ,., s V- Vs.. ,P wwf, . ,., ', -L - 1 ,f s ,. ,R Ld, W-yt. 3 4 A., K MM .. ,. r l , . ,g. -rs-Y rw lf- 'A iff, V NV ' V . I - 5 'fr W. 1. VV 2 ' V '1f"Q' V 1' W I . 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V, '4'-r Y, X l , 6' it f -- r - I , 'fr 16 - K sm may- . ff-rv", 7,, ,A H, Leading an action-packed F.A.C. meeting are ll. to r.l: Tom Jones, Mike GOldf8iI'1, and Nlr. Anderggn, H .ir ,. , Q 1' J Red Cross: An International Sentiment Employing innovative ideas for the Santa Claus Shop, Red Cross produced the most successful drive T.J. has had in many years. The contest for "Copper Queen" gathered close to 3600. in pennies-money used to purchase Christmas presents for the needy. The Red Cross exemplified the accomplish- ments of many devoted and unselfish people throughout the year. x Q? i Q ' .1 3 Tars Are "Right O " Completing the 1970 elections successfully started the Teenage Republicans on the right foot. Besides campaigning in November, the club entertained speakers, among them State Senator Joe Shoemaker. Biweekly meetings were held to keep the members politically in- formed as to actions of Republicans on the local, state and national scene. TAR Officers are: ll. to r.l Top: Dale Gray, Presi dent, Ernest Roedererp Bottom: Randy Riepe Gail Headstrom, Secretary. GSZIS . u the enil, Ghere was Garth, auil it was with , farm auil hEiI1I'lQ. Anil man ilwelt npnn the lllllhg nf the Garth. the meailuws auil trees, anil he saiil, "Get us huilil nur ilwelliugs in this ulare nf hvblllfgf' Anil he huilt rities anil rnhereil the Garth with rnnrrete auil steel. Anil the meailnws were gnne. Anil man saih, Milt is gush." u the SEIUIIU han, man lnuheh upnn the waters nf the Garth. Anil man saiil, "Get us put nur wastes iu the waters Ghat the ilirt will he washeil award." Anil mau iliil. Allh the waters herame lJHll1IfEh anil fuul in their smell. Anil man saiil. Milt is gnnilf' n the thiril han, man lnnkeh upnu the fnrests nf the Garth ,Anil saw then were heautiful. Anil man saiil. uiget us rut the timller Ilfnr nur hnmes auil gfiilh the wunil fur nur use." Anil man hiil. G ' 0 Anil the lanils llerame barren MIIB the trees were gnne. Anil man saiil. "Elf is gnnilf' n the fnurth han man saw that . . last rhapter animals were in ahunilaure auil ran ilu the fivlllg anil plageil in the sun. Anil mau saiil, Millet us rage these animals fur nur amusement auil hill them fur nur spurt." Anil man iliil. Anil there were un mnre animals nn the fare nf the Garth. Anil man saiil, "lit is gnnilf' u the fifth hay, man llreatheil the air nf the Garth. JAIID man saiil. "met us ilispnse nf nur wastes iutn the air the winils shall hlnw them await." AAIIU man iliil. Anil the air llerame filleil with the smnke auil the fumes ruulil nut he hlnwn awag: Anil the air llerame heallg with H1151 anil rhnkeh anil hurueil. Anil man saiil, Milt is BUUUJ, n the sixth han man saw himself: anil seeingthe maug languages anil tnugues, he feareil auil hateil. Anh- fur man saiil, Millet us lluilil great marhiues auil ilestrug these lest theg ilestrng us." Anil man lluilt great marhiues auil the Garth was fireil with the rage uf great wars. 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' 1 Vs .-'v ' "NN 415' ' E' 1 .rs rv' 'lj' . 4 may G -'CQ E u nt , qxqssgv 135 Veep Council Unites Club Synchronizing activities of all of T.J.'s clubs was the main purpose of the Vice Presi- dents' Council. The council was sponsored by lVlr. Justice. Weekly meetings produced many new proposals, the most important being the idea of holding seminars. Many prominent men, among them Reverend Nliller, were brought to T.J., through the efforts of the Vice Presidents' Council. The seminars were quite successful, and more can be looked for- ward to. Vice Presidents'CounciI Officers are: il. to r.l Nancy McPherson, Dale Gray, Carol Wainwright, and Mr. Justice, sponsor. N s . I. - Ecologisis Fight Pollution Urging students to become aware of envi- ronmental problems, the Ecology Club staged activities with the idea of getting people involved. The club led several clean-up cam- paigns throughout the city. The Ecology Club, T.J.'s newest, played a prominent role in school and community functions. Ecology Club Officers are ll. to r.l: Ivlary Schnese, Secretary: Linda Vinson, President: Robin Bauer, Treasurer. Bussed Bombers Flight: Ski Club Officers are ll. to r.i: Dan Magoun, Chris Redecker, Debbie Pracko, Nan- cee Enewold, Mark Sutfin, Tom Campbell, and Brenda Skoglund, Sponsors are: Mr. Sorensen, Mr. Dutton, Mr. Epstein, and Mr. Golder. Be- low: Enthusiastic skiers scurry from buses in order to get on the lifts early. DY' ,K s i-.7 .- Q, 353 .3 it r i I fm: A ,i.ff,'L I i I ttlttt - Bust Bones -:nun fwlvi in W Floating free as a bird F l V ' NW NV A, Sixty foot leaps it's so absurd l 'MM A53 pp ,Li Qfojw N ,Qi From up here you should see the view ,4-- ' F QW ' , 'fx " A95 1 Such a lot of space for me and you r U f ffl ,, L L Oh you'll like ir, W A y Sjjwki NJ P Gliding around, get your feet off the groi t JL' X ,lf l X Q Oh you'll like if, ' f 'i 0 KD! pix! Do as you please with so much ease. WM X .X in O if , ' 3,1 . 1 Vw V Now l know how if feels ' V To have wings on my heels ji? A f To take a stroll among the stars ' J Get a close look at planet Mars. on you'll like ir, ' Gliding around, get your feet off the ground ' Oh you'd like it, Do as you please with so much ease. Bouncing about on the Moon Guess you'll all be up here soon The candy stores will be brand new And you'll buy rock with the Moon right through FLOATING by Ray Thomas Oh if0U'd like if, cel copyright 1970 by 'rliresliold Music Ltd., London, Gliding around, get your feet off the ground England Sole Selling Agent LEEDS Music CORPORATION, Oh y0Ll'd like it, 445 Park Avenue New Vork, New York 10022 Do as you please with so much ease. Used bv Permission All Rights Reserved NWI?" xg' W V fl Skiers' S iriis Are N xx QW P 0 0 0 Q 5 QM My ,S3v'p7TF?fmmmaw f? f'fff Yf ' M A ffWV"' ' W Nw.,- -.:v"" N N 9 N K0 5 -xstgw 551322 92 Lified High ,iii Peie Bears The Cold Wins The Ti+Ie Of King Eros Jim Stewart, Prince Jeff Graunke. Prince XJ 4 Ron Brenning, Prince Love filled the air as Rock supplied the sound for Eros Arrows. New friendships were in the making and old ones were slowly diminishing into treasured memories. The evening came to a climax with the crowning of a perfect King-Pete Crowley. An unfor- l getable experience-The 1971 Eros Arrows Dance! Q is Ogg: -gage: Sami ETES I' QQ on. -5 Nl mix? U43 OG!-n -30 Elem' asa FP U, 2 fD 9. A- rp-C0-h Q--v-UQ. "SQ," 00032 'DF'-om Q. FLD. D fo 2, as O6 06 six mv, J. jaovveojqvekoo Yo '55, 4 621. o ,xx A GPKB Q90 'rd' 90 Q00 br- 0-f' Q' 0 O QBQ? mokgqh 690 04 66 QJQL gym Q oo do 04- 92 0+ 'Sf -P qslugod QQ, 1! Bupm pue Alsnogas suog1eooA Suplei qswgod 05, Alsnoyas suop,e:JoA Bupgel l51U!0d OU suogwoofy Supgel qszugod ggy sAoq Joguas PU!! SI-'!5 LIUOS .LSEIL qslugod 09, 0108 1S1U!0d 017, Buguuwgmg QSIUQOCI OZ, suosJad a6Jel PU!l49q 5U!P!l-I PU9 smguas lI1!M ug H SCINEDIEIEINX SNIWODEIINOH SNOlHSV:I SNOILVOOA HSI:l O9 F' Q50 Q0 00 QQ, 5 GRADUATION Buy corsage 150 points! R ent tux 1150 points! Rush to after parties K-150 ptsJ N, QSM 'mi gisak af ,L0-, 43553 lf? I ..- ii COLLEGE GRADES. 0 1 a Finals-Sleep during week of finals I-500 points! n The Siudenf Game Following a popular tradition, dances 5 continued at T. J. once again. The few who attended enjoyed themselves with the added excitement of good decorations, rythmic music, and fun crowds. Dances begin . . . . . . and end ew And Far Belween . . . TJ Assemblies The frustrating crowds, screaming and laughing or the droning ofa single attended voice symobolized T J s few assemblies 99 Aiherfies Aim The Big " From top to bottom, Atherfies officers are: Vickie Smith, co-president, Carol Wainwright, treasurer, Nancy McPherson, vice-president: Sue Chandler, co- president, and Bobbi Alexander, secretary. Beggars Can Be Choosers "We are not daily beggars"' was a favorite chant of lVlr. Nlac's McGregor's Beggars. Performing at various functions throughout the year, these 19 beggars en- joyed their experience with music. The members of the group were Dawn All- spach, Liz Bills, Gary Briber, Laurie Greenfield, Jim Gunnerson, Debi Jones, Cole Keirsey, Bruce Mansfield, David Oppenheim-pianist, G a i l Richardson, Paul Schlieker, Joy Severinson, Lynne Shaddock, Vickie Smith, Lynn Tucker, Cary Veith, Brad Vierheller, David Wins- low, Pat Wright, and lVlr. John lVlcGregor, the patient director. i 101 Members of Concert Choir: Allen, C5 Ariki, S5 Baloon, Gp Bandsma, P1 Bauer, Ng Baumgartner, J, Bergen, D: Beyers, Wg Boardman, P: Bowman, J: Brewere, DQ Btillrt, G5 Carney, D5 Carter, J: Chandler, Sp Colbert, lVlp Colenbrander, lVl: Condit, Ng Craig, J, Decker, Nl: Dickson, T5 Dodd, J, Dosh, B: Edwards, T: Gates, N5 Glover, Bgf.-Eoodpaster, SpGray, DgGroves, TgGunnerson, J, Haines, D5 Hall, Pg Jacobs, Pg Jones, D5 Kal, R, Kirkpatrick, R5 Kushner, L: Lawerence, C: Montalban, S5 Lux, Vg lVlcPherson, Ng Nlagoun, D5 Nlann, Pg Mickelson, Ng Miller, J: Miller, Nl, Mitchell, Tp Opperheim, D5 Panella, C3 Parker, Kg Pearson, D5 Powell, J, Rhodes, Nl, Richardson, Gp Roth, EgSchIieker,PpSettle, Vg Severinson, Jp Shaddock, Lp Sides, L1Skoglund, Nl: Smith, Vg Stevens, H5 Stokes, Kp Taylor, H5 Tayon, T5 Thie baut, Kp Traver, Lg Tucker, L: Van Benschoten, D5 Vaughan, S, Vierheller, B5 Wainwright, C5 Walberg, K5 Way, lVl7 West, N5 Wifler, Cp Wright, Pg Any T.J. student who enjoyed singing was eligible for part in a choir. The senior high students won applause from many varied audiences as they sang under the direction of lVlr. lVlcGregor. Just as enjoyable, for the freshman, was singing for lVlrs. lVlagoun, who taught the world of musical notes, attention and poise. Music 3 l l l Members of the Girls Ensemble: Aglar, D,AlIspach, D, Ames, J, Balderston, S5 Bartlett, C5 Bauman, B, Bays, Dy Bither, S5 Blakely, C5 Boswell, D, Bouton, Ap Buch- leter, L, Buckles, Lg Buxton, R: Campe, Mp Carter, Kp Cook, V5 Cumberland, L5 Dansky, J, Davidson, B, Davidson, D5 Davidson, Lp Davison, R, DeLapp, S3 Des- mile, D5 Dodd, J, Dowd, Eg Draper, T: Drummond, Lp Evans, Ng Forseth, J, Frazier, S, Freed, J, Friedell, S, Frizzell, J, Furedy, E5 Gage, C5 Greene, S5 Higlund, Eg Hentschil, Wg Horst, D1 Jaragoske, P1Jurgensen, Lp Katchen, R, Klunder, Kg Lattner, T5 Lehman, B5 Lyndes, K3 McColm, D5 McCurdy, D, Mclntyre, Lg McKinley, My Mankoff, C5 Martin, J3 Manke, B5 Merchant, S, Meyer, Lp Miller, R5 Mongrain, A: Moore, L5 Mora, RQ Mountain, B1 O' Shaughnessy, Kp Painter, Lp Payne,Tp Peis- ter, Ap Pennington, M5 Picht, C, Pique, Mp Piper, Kp Pollard, Lg Polivnick, Mp Raiter, D, Rechnitz, Mg Reuben, R, Roeshlaub, B5 Roeshlaub, Ng Rogers, C5 Rosh, D: Sams, Lg Sanders, J: Sanford, K, Saunders, Mg Saunders, Sp Segura, Mg Shover, T1Sh0lvirl, Cp Skolund, B: Smith, K5 Smith, R: Stephens, N5 Stephens, R, Stiles, L3 Storey, S, Struthers, J: Susaras, Kp Thomas, D: Waln, Lg Williams, Ag Wing, Wg Members of the 9th Grade Mixed Chorus: Akridge, S5 Anthony, M5 Appel, My Barnum, R5 Bauer, Mg Baylor, Lg Bellomy, B, Blume, R, Boston, C5 Bryant, B5 Bryant, J, Buchanan, R5 Burch, B5 Campbell, L5 Calugar, B5 Chris- tensen, D, Coren, Cp Davidson, D, De Lapp, H, Denimer, J, Di Grappa, T1 Dixon, J, Duane, J, Eichelberger, RQ Fenn, F5 Flora, Pg Friedman, Dj Frisk, D, Gant, D1 Guenther, M3 Gumz, R5 Hallam, D1 Hardy, N5 Harms, K, Harris, Mg Hicks, Sp Holbeach, Mg Johnson, L, Karavites, K5 Kapp, Mp Karavites, Kg Keesey, D5 Koonce, Mp Las- car, B5 Law, Lg Leger, S, Lemmon, Tp Lipson, S5 Lopez, M5 Lowe, L: McCurdy, J, McNeal, Pg Marshall, Cp Mar- shall, Sp Minor, C, Mitchem: J: Monday, J, Moore, Ag Morgan, Pg Mosgovoy, J: Noles, L: Nelson, H, Overall, C, Parker, Sp Peterson, N5 Pirner, D1 Ouinonez, A5 Rabson, T5 Rimmel, L: Roberts, Gp Roberts, T5 Samuel, D1 Sander, My Scott, Cp Scott, J: Shada, J, Sharpley, N: Sky, M, Smith, B5 Steck, Tp Stephens, P, Strap- pelli, Sp Sutfin, C, Taylor, Kg Vallario, C5 Vernon, L: Webb, Mp Wells, C: Williams, N: Wilson, Eg Woodward, D3 Pre-Med Club Members Are Hospiialable A W f A America is faced with an acute shortage of qualified physicians. Those belonging to the Pre-Med Club plan to help remedy this problem. Activities of the club included touring hospitals, entertaining eminent speakers, and studying many facets of medicine in general. Pre-Med Club officers are lTop to Bottom, l. to r.l: Wendy Wing, Sharon Bahrych, Robin Zorno, and Carie Day. Future Teachers Develop Mental Faculties , ,...e,e, we 'M L' ,. The ineffable experience of seeing a stu- dent progress. The immense satisfaction of aiding the blind, deaf, retarded, or handi- capped. Leadership, organization, patience, and character. This was the F.T.A. Above right: F.T.A, officers are: Vicky Gelster, Vice Pres, Carol Dorsett, Historian, Sandy Ariki, President, and Debbie Hadad, Secretary. 'Q -1-...., 3 i L. . .-,x K l HQ! L-W! BEFORE iw mmm 11 mm! JI' Journal: A New Tgpe Of Paper "A newspaper is a lot like sex. When it's good, it's very good. But when it's bad, it's still pretty good." While only a paraphrase of Mark Twain's notable quote, the above statement characterizes the position which the JEFFER- SON JOURNAL has established and maintained, this year, in the eye of the public. lVlany students have criticized JOURNAL ex- tensively throughout this past year, failing to note the many re- deeming qualities of the publication. At the same time, this newspaper has been lauded by both students and faculty alike for a number of reasons. Issues were produced bi-monthly, including several eight page special papers, a twelve page Christmas edition, and the traditional senior dedi- cation at the closing of the year. Within these award-winning pages could be found a samp- ling of material to provoke the interest of nearly every person- ality at TJ. JOURNAL, presented national and school news, vignettes concerning school life on its feature page, plus putting the who, not just the what, back into sports. ,J-fs. Jefferson Ball Monticello Mania Spiked with tradition, yet mingled with the variety of a new dimension in a concert- type dance, Jefferson Ball entertained stu- dents with a diversified music spectre amid the regal Monticello decorations. Mike Dinner's dusty voice established the somber and reflecting mood necessary for the coronation of Kjesti Anderson and Tom Jones as the BaIl's First Lady and President. Hundred Acre Wood and a local band completed the array of music offered by the JEFFERSON JOURNAL. Tom Jones And Kjesti Anderson President And First Ladg ! J., Q ike Dinner Bill Brinion And Linda Jewel And Sue Pagne M, . N I X K. S., ,Xb 5 ,gy " -rl Y 'A ' Q vi '54 .4 i?.',l--f- vb We .W Y li iw . Ci' 'uf' L ' "1 a ., Nw 75 M' -a gf 1 M X n . , , , X nj. wil. K ... if vu A "-fb' ,.j:..glf-f". Q., I r fx - --- ' gyvyoff Eli, if 4 QQ' ' W lx 4 riff 110 Los oficiales de El Club Espanol son: Virginia Aa Minick, Michelle Huber, lVlirna Segura, y Jim E ll S Stewart. Demueslra EI E pfrilu Espanol El Club Espanol era sumamente activo durante el ano pasado. La senora Nlinick era Ia directora del grupo. El club tenia el gusto de conocer a lVlirna Segura, una estudiante de lVlexico. Los miembros trataban de apren- der algo del idioma espanol y de todo el mundo de habla espanola. La cumbre de sus actividades era La Comida Mexicana en enero, a la cual asistia mas de trescientas personas. No cabe duda que el Club Espanol tenia mucho exito y que el qno que viene sera aun mejor. 1.01 -... A .MQW KA 'wif MW .ml K. .,,h 'f . ,,l,.i,, Xwus ii I 'Q -if -- ., .Q 4, V-Q ' 1:'- 3' 'M' 1 3 'W 'Q Mountaineers Summit Up i' I fx O r lnspired by an exciting debut last year, the Mountaineering Club reached new peaks. Mr. Price and IVlr. Kingsley were co-sponsors, and membership was greatly augmented. With the goal of providing group outdoor activities for students, the club took over- night trips, cross country skiing ventures, and long distance hikes. New activities in- troduced were snowshoeing, rock climbing, and glacier sliding. HONOR SOCIETY Alumni Tea A unique assembly Future Leaders Joe Alcorn Jaines Anderson Kjesti Anderson Sandy Ariki Brad Berge Jenny Bernard Jeremy Bernstein Patty Boardman David Boyd Kathleen Brewer William Brinton Darrell Brown Tom Brzezicki Martha Colbert Celeste Colburn Mark Collins Carl Cross Michael Dinner Judy Donnelly Carol Dorsett Pam Flora Mike Forsyth Jackie Frank Sara Gottenborg James Grace Dale Gray 'torraine Hartnell Jan Holland Michael Horwitz Robert Houchens Ann Howland Debra Jones Joseph Jones Eva Katz Cynthia Kelly David Klenzendorf Warren Kortz Nancy Kremers L. Chas. Laursen Mark Lusky Thomas Marshall Maureen Mundt Pam Nelson Theodore Olsen ' Christine Peay Thomas Powers Ernesto Roederer Randy Riepe Jane Robbins Wayne Rosenkrans Linda Sala Becky Sander James Schmid Cynthia Smith Rick Stearns James Stewart Margaret Thornburg KBlWTHAf'lDDS Cary Veith Linda Whittaker Gretchen Wickman John Williamson Keg Club Pushes Ahead Active in more areas than probably any other club, the Key Club scored well in their attempts to bridge the gap between T.J. and the community. A number of their services were done jointly with Key Clubs of other Denver high schools. The club participated in the Nlarch of Dimes, put on an Easter Assembly, painted part of the Sobriety House for alcoholics, and cleaned the weeds from Harvard Gulch, as a few of their projects. lAbove leftl: Key Club officers are ltop to Bot- tom, l. to r.l Gary Johnson, Joe Jones, Tom Marshall, Joe Alcorn, and Brad Inman. Key Club meetings occasionally included games of seven up labovel and square dances lleftl. Riia wi-Q-I Hr rshall-Senior Prom Queen Q Q Q H4 ,fi 0 fy- .455 T2 52 ik 52952. ' ff f A 2 1, , l ,S 1 H' Jill Miller. Princess Debbie Thompson. Princess Judi Brothers, Princess Senior Prom lVIay 22 brought forth a night to re- member. No senior will forget the crowning of Rita Marshall as queen, with Debbie Thompson and Judi Brothers as her court. The night brought forth many timely re- membrances and many times to hopefully forget. Balarat I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to live what was not life, living is so dear, nor did I wish to practice re- signation, unless it was quite necessary. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a cor- nor, and reduce it to its lowest terms, and, if it proved to be mean, why then to get the whole and genuine meanness of it, and publish its meanness to the world, or if it were sublime, to know it by experience, and be able to give a true account of it in my next excursion.-WALDEN Henry David Thoreau 116 "D.P.9.WaIden" 1 ' I' I .5 valvxl I r J. 'a fs! ff, mf Q s l A, 'Lai wg? 1 1 N 5 Y", -' K -R wg,,,,w 3 A ,W QM ' K' Q? ,, . 4 ,L km W -Q K .4 4 Q vi ,E A x -Q my W .3 ,KX -V X4 f UT 2 - 5 xv P' :rl 7 J 5 'N , 4.3 To MAKE GRAY w Mau. wwvre , L.1G,H1' 'C wmv! RIGHT? 5'-ACK Am: wgm-e 'ro eevuez Mus-r Leave emo: mm wHl'r'e ' IN J-lARMo1vq Rgwlovd Pines.-' Rumen Q-Jenson . Iniegraiion '7 Sluggers Clean-U p V Varsity Baseball team: ltop rowl ll. to r.l Coach Redicg J. Leppg R. Stearns: B. Nordeng B. Konopkag J. Aspinwall5J. Linnellg G. KazarapS. Tilsleyg R. Weil: Coach Hughes. lbottom rowl T. Woods: D. Mayp T. Brzezickig S. Cavnarg B. Ditollag B. Seymourg J. Graunke: S. Rydellg B. May: B. Stewart. Sliding into second is Jeff Graunke. l . I 1 i 1 Watching his delivery is Tom Brzezicki. Attempting to pick off a baserunner isn't easy. Catching is Scott Tilsley's specialty. ' ,,.. A - i I..--,.. ..5.,.,:: iw- ..:-'... . - rg - an 13-,rm 'L -155'V-g,',.z"?ffz:Jf:,.If':., . , ..., -Q Q 3g ..,.,.,,-m.,w--sa Stealing doesn 't always advance the baserunner. Baseball can be very frustrating. At times it can be very uninteresting. lt can be very re- warding as it was for the members on Thomas Jefferson's varsity baseball team. Coach Hughes looked forward to a fine sea- son as his hurlers beat Lincoln twice in the first double stand of the season. After beating Lincoln, it looked as if the teams to beat would be Kennedy and Washington. The team was led to a fine season by such all city players as Rick Stearns and Tom Brzezicki. Jeff Graunke and Barry Konopka also helped out considerably. Qophs Sparkle Sophomore Baseball team: ltop rowl ll. to r.l T. Schliekerg M. Keablesp T. Harrison: M. Anderson: B. Walthers: C. CemensengW. Green: J. R. Wylie: Coach Marsh. lbottom rowl D. Fletchingerg D. Kruckmanp B. Meakinsg S. Zillp Fl. Nichols: B. Miller: G. Anderson: S. High. Pitching and strong hitting seemed to be lacking to the Sophomore team this year. The team started out slow due to a lack of good pitching. Contrary to past years, the team seemed to lack a great deal of power hitting which helped lead past teams to the city title. The team seemed to be equally tal- ented with very few standouts. Jim Aspin- wall who was originally on the team, was called up to the varsity leaving the sopho- mores with even less talent. Coach Marsh, however, did a fine job with the team and should be able to look forward to a fine team next year. X f Waiting for the pitch takes concentration. Gymnastics Team: ltop rowl ll. to r.l R. Sherback:J. AIcorn:J. C. Bowman:P. Allis: R. Crabb: IVI. Walsh:T. Busch:J. Schmid:T. Moore Coach Gurlan Coach Huston. lmiddle rowl E. Sander: T. Hardy: K. Webb: D. Pearson: D. Calugar: G. Blevins: T. Dixon: D. Dinner: D. Swanson. lbottom rowl B Bouman S Krob M. Bozeman: S. Houtchens: E. Kortz: J. Burkey: B. Rainey: D. Babson. Ggmnasts "Horse" Around Straightening upright on the bar is Jim Schmid. wi+h Competition Desire and determination helped make the gymnastics team what it was. Coach Gurian felt that the team this year was much im- proved over last year's team. lt was Coach Gurian's first year as coach of the team and things were much less frustrating. The team was composed mostly of juniors and sophs. Some of the more outstanding mem- bers were Joe Alcorn, Jim Schmid, J. C. Bowman, and Eric Kortz, Nluch depth was added in Rick Sherback and Tom Busch. Coach Gurian feels that within two years his team will mature into a highly respected contender for the city title. Executing a difficult exercise is Joe Alcorn. Creative Writers Shoot For Stars This year, under the skillful direction and guidance of lVlr. Berf, the Creative Writing classes learned how to visualize their genius on cellulose as well as paper. The students were taught the mechanics of the camera, and could frequently be seen shooting a- round the school, waiting for the rushes to come from the lab, or editing those rushes together to make the final film experience. The new accent on photography this year didn't hinder the amount of literature pro- duced by the classes. 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It is an aggregation of bright, exciting, and often crazy people coming together to do their thing in the quiet refuge of 1255 it is the long preparation each week with the coaches- Mrs. Kerr and Miss Kasdorfp it is the nervousness before each round: and it is the satisfaction of knowing you've done your best- win or lose. WWMMMMMW Debbue Ohver Junror Queen Helgne Holmes Freshman Queen Jeannle Kellg Sensor Queen Beckg Malm Sophomore Queen 171 Color Dag 1971. To Be Qr Noi To Be? :dh an ,L sf I -fe XY lf. ag,- X A' fi.:- L ., x 1 r ,..... .LW ,, '35-J' -........ 2 -ff ggm V i H ? 1 K , like s,,,?f z i Q Y on K 1 s ' si 'Ss ---L ,M1 ri f, .4 :x E 34: E Sn: 5 r -1 1 ' Si? iff: :f': K ,Q :nf :+ ' : -s .. 3 s l ..... ,355 , C...1.": " ' 'xl' We 'li ..--1 ....-4' -if ,QQ i 14, ' WL 'T Q., , ,., I , A .,.. -' Q . 15 .--Q , X H114 .-"S: " ,fi Q .Z 's fi ii ii X i L. 5,i, ,,b,, W 1 , X 1 " fir Z ' if ff' -vs 3 1 , Ii 1 . . ,.. 1 f ,ati :Y , vc D S ,sv wr 'Qui fm '. " I 1 ii V 4 2' r 4 fi " A 4 if r ' . if . , A h iz Lei ef A f , ..,, 4 1:3 gg R , . iii 1 if " Y V Y ' if f . We ,LIN S. . 2 ' w 4 ' wzff, .,. , + .ga gs X t , 4 ' Nag, 1 ,, Q- Sri lf' ..s3g,?' 4i,, .5 'Q3g11- .M..v. ,.,.lm 4, ,-s I ef is - "-N 'fs X . 1' 4...- X s i 5 i 5 f X 2 ga. 1 V, , E252 M-Q1-ff-n.,.s ... nw-v.,..... -....,..N.m,.,. fm... U.. N., .-......, -- W-1 The cuties chosen as Color Day Princesses were Seniors Jenni Wiederspan and Wendy Smith, Juniors Jeannine Lanier and Joni Frizzei, Sophomores Leslie Peterson and Brooke Lyman, and Freshman Nan Hardy and Chris Metro. Varsity Track team: itop rowi il. to r.i Coach Learned: B. Thornburg: R. Gannt: J. Strickfadden: J. Zumwinkel: B. McCallum: R. Morrison: D. Beringer: N Biar: D. VanBenschoten: R. Reeves: M. McGhee: D. Kinsey: D. Bunch: Coach Goodwin. fmiddle rowi Coach Motz: M. Goldfein: E. Brown: J. Shaddock: K Fieslerg D. Kinsey: J. Anderson: P, Schlieker: S. Loughhead: B. McCIearn: D. Klenzendorf: Coach Paig: lbottom rowi R. Dewar: S. VonStrohe: D. Curry: T Taylor: G. Johnson: J. Bramley: M. Quinn: S. Lively: M. Fischer. "Red Hoi" Qeis Tracksiers Fire Gutting out a mile is Paul Schlieker. Hurdling isn't always as easy as it looks. Striving to finish are Steve Loughhead and Roger Reeves. Peaking over the bar is Norm Biar. !Concentrating to overtake a South sprinter are Thad Taylor and John Anderson. l l l l "Red Hot", tape, new spikes, and old shots are common words to a track team. T. J.'s track team this year showed their worth many times during the season. The team this year was the best ever at T. J. Led by Norm Biar, Jim Lively, Dave Klenzendorf, Paul Schlieker, and Steve Loughhead, the team did wonders for track at Thomas Jefferson. Roger Reeves, Dan Bunch, and John Ander- son also helped out considerably. Next year, however, the team will have lost most of its talent with eighteen seniors having gradu- ated. Coach Learned will be looking for many new sophomores and juniors. ,., sf? sa . , 1 Wg? X , 3 Q W Ge1i5Sgw"i.Q' ' f S Q 5 , ww ,ch 'm M ' - 5' - Sififiei 5 2 ,,.,Mw 1 2 Ngiggw q A 3, O if 3'1'e's+vjgfv I -1 , 5 . ld 52:4 W ,' Tn , ,, -111332251 45 L- N ff SWAN K. ' g . "H-' 5 .. ,Q-VFQW RF ziggy ' ,V ii, ' i lg' ff' fiigffw vi ' 2 1 - ' ' 'L 1 N . :,,, OV! Mugshois s -classes -faculig -academics 6 Years Of Life. A Climax A Glihering Momeni IVlr. Stone, a heiper and a backer of many things sought by the class of O N E 71. Thanks, to a great sponsor. From L. to R. Mike Ernst, Bill Brinton and Larry Bograd-Senior Class Officers. L,,,,..,1-are-"""" "L" 130 131 of 031388 Drama Club-1,25 Spanish Club-1,2. 032627 Ski Club-33 V.I.C.Ag F.H.A. 1 ,, 3 I 5 1 l 1 abr or in -Q, 000413 007847 Gymnastics-2,3 Caotaing Key Club-2,3 Sgt. at Arms: FAC-3g Honor Society 009912 To live in peace, don't speak all you know or judge all you see. 018581 Do not work for the good of society but toward the good of the individual: for it is the individual who composes society, 028497 Atherfies-3: Concert Choir -35 Concert Band-1,2,3g F.T.A. vice at Pres-2.3. 006195 Let me live only to do, and let me do only to live. 007956 Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of daylight in the mind, and fills it with a steady and per- petual serenity. Joseph Additon 013216 020237 Football-1,2,3g Track-2,32 D.P.S. Aet Medalist: Section 8-2,3. 028910 006608 2nd place Health Occupations in state cornpetion-25 l.C,E. editor-2,35 H.E.O.-2,3. 009200 016933 Ski club-1,25 Pep Club-2 Pom Pom-33 Gymnastics-2,35 020811 Drama Club-2,3 President Senior Class Play-3: lnterna tional Thespians-2,3p Ski Club-2. 029736 J unior Escort 25 Pep Club- 2,3g Ski Club 2,3g Sec. C.O.E.- 32 033760 034279 g 0 , . .,.. 9' M .. . 1 ff' 036600 1 038409 ' I e .Q , 042166 There is a destiny that makes us brothers, all that we send into the lives of others comes back into our own. 045017 SDOYIS-1,31 F,A.C.g Key Club-3: Hi-Y-3. fs ef , is ia K Q M K . 3"f1Qf 2'si'i l - e- 11.5 Love makes the world go round so why must there be r ' -' " L. ' so much hate? ' ' y .Q 054103 A 054516 054929 Sacrifice is the only Ian- guage love can speak and love is the only means of filling the human heart. 065342 Pep Club-2,35 Atherfies- 3: TARS-3. 059885 FlOTC-1,2,3: Ski Club-1,2. :def-if 1 QW :ry V. N Q 9 5 4 X .v at ',,..'-5' iw Qi ee ' iflfi L,lf,1.,,. ,J,,.N.. -: :: . g5gfiL.i,s21giis9,- ., 2' L iiliis 'if 4 . gif ml P XwZ:i,s,5, 'K W lee K W 2 fl t ' ."fLEQ-.17 i f ia ge. ---- f f' Nil . -?a:s'i!5s:.f'ie,5:v 066080 If only I may grow: firmer, simpler, quieter, warmer. 071600 073927 "Scru nt" 075768 076818 077644 CC-2,35 Track-1,2,3: Ski Club -2: Mount. Club-2. 083839 Wrestling-1,2,37 F.A.C.-37 Gymnasticsel. 085702 067556 087 969 088795 Pep Club-25 Ski Club-35 F,T.A. Corr. Sec. -2,3g Girls Ensemble-2. 1 L 155, mfigfr QU it gtg T PIE! 089521 F i 1 093338 Q .. I -311. .w ' nl- v i em, V ii 703537 " -:Lifes 1, 35" ." 32: J. 1 .9-. E13-emi 25:11, ff 071449 071555 Education makes people easy to lead, but difficult to drive: easy to govern, but impossible to enslave. Lord Brougham 073200 073514 Love Him, and keep Him for Basketball-1,2,3g Track-15 thy Friend, who, when all go F.A.C. away, will not forsake thee, nor suffer thee to perish at the last. Thomas A. Kempis The unknown a fearful lhing- ailacks each hearl, of a new beginner. -Adrienne Weiss 133 093751 What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not been discover- ed. Ralph Waldo Emerson 094990 097055 Each and every man, on the foundations of his own suffer- ings and joys builds for all. AI bert Camus 099120 101392 y Swim Teamp VP Councilg Hi-Y Clubg Chess 81 Bridge Club. 102011 102837 High school- 1,2,3,4,. 106141 107380 Pep Club: Drama Clubg Junior Escortg National Thespians 1w206 110771 Honor Society 11 1923 lt's not the difference between people that's the difiiculty. lt's the indifference. Geden 113575 114401 114814 Fencing Club Treas.-3g Ski CIubf1,2,3p Drama Club 1: Tri-Hi-Y-2. 116053 116466 117705 Only a life lived for others is a life worth while. A. Einstein 119357 Cogito ergosum 120596 We're all mad here: said the Cheshire Cat. You're mad or you would not have come. 125139 Sports-1,2,35 F.A.C.-35 Nat'I Honor Society-35 Ski Club-2, L-my 1 ff 'ff my i y ytggy my , Vm,,,,., I 29269 19' ri, fx 4 ' Q' H I i,-kzijfzgh . is- E., M I :. 1 4.l. ..2E, , ww- my-a X s r 'wt . jr ' 3. 1 , ' if 15 5. 129682 Sports-1,2,3g Hi-Y-35 F.A.C. -3gSki Club-1,2. 130508 The greatest friend of truth is time, her greatest enemy is pre judice, and her constant coma panion is humility. C.C. Colton 133399 143311 Golf Team-1,2,35 Honorary Cadets-21 Junior Escort- 2g Girls State-2. l . Q. -1 J.-,, .: ": we .- 9' vw J' 'f if 3131 e : .... ' - as- '55 ,- ' imf ifgfk " is t'11 E R 4 uh. 4. l' C E614 -. W 'P 45 11 161483 155200 Inter Act-31PreMed-2. 178416 179555 Swimming-1,2,3: Ski Club- 1,2,3g Honor Society-2,35 Sec- tion 8-2,3 lcharter memberl. 190393 191003 Journal Staff-15 Drama Club- 2,35 Thespians-35 Ski Club- 1,2,3. .f ,ww S3 - , Nz 'YW' 4 ' Q: 191' 143508 145376 156527 158179 173873 174286 Homecoming Princess-35 Cheerleader-1,2-head-3: Junior Escort-25 Atherfies-3, 181720 185437 As we look at life, let us walk So many worlds, so much to do, straight: holding the hand of so little done, such things to understanding. be. 192458 199892 5 .1 ' 3 -1 'W'-144. l rllt 4f+7 150095 159005 . Atherfies Pres-3: Ski Club- 1,2,3: Concert Choir-2,35 NMSQ Commendation. 176351 Ski Club-1,2,3g Concert Choir -2,33 Pep Club-2. 186581 Junior at TJ 200718 ,. 'ff' 153861 A day is wasted without laughter. Nicolas Chamfort. 160244 NFLg Bridge Clubg Tennis team 177590 Hi-Y-2,35 Spanish Club-1,25 Ski Club-3. 189567 Pep Clubp Junior Escort-21 FHAg Atherfies 205261 All pictures were provided by and are the property of World-Wide Photos. 4 65196519651965l965l965I965l9 it - ' I Q' - v I ' U , 'ig ,alfa -' -j 5 Q ' Q- , .4 , Q 1 'T R. X gg - f W fvfffi 4 9' Qf N M. ,,-v ist, K K K K .i . .V 3 X' if .p- V161 ,umm '04 -vnu ' .fin es 208565 211869 213934 218064 218477 I keep pushin' so hard, an babe Girls Ensemble-35 F.H.A.- Ski Club-1,2,3 Fencing Club Happiness is not found in I keep tryin' to make it right V.l.C.A. -3 V.l.C.A. Treas.-37 Pre- self-contempla..anp it is per- To another lonely day. Janis Med 1-Treas-2-VP-3 ceived only when it is reflected Joplin from another. 219303 223020 223433 224259 225085 Hi-Y-35 Sec. Law Club-27 Pep Club-2,33 Atherfies-35 Junior Escort-25 Aero- Girls Ensemble-1,2,3. nautics-3. 5. , su. es, . ,ii 44 2' :Q I-- t I M' iw ' i f .. QQ -.-Qu, 7 5 X 1 4 as as , , es , 51 X at H, me M si' in S 1 45' 1 5fYi"f V if K , ,':t:Er V we if ez ,Mu , I ff-711.gif 4. fi' .f-M N33 ,ef ew wfw. ,,,,f,,x 9 ,Me ,i,,,,,, Wm, it , er... 1 HU, i Wy 14,11 fyilfga GMU! . ge, 4, Au ,',f,,,1+1t,,,,: W' 145 "W" . fic- 1 1 I 1 ,-f,,'i'fu ff! tmzwu' 227976 Ski Club-1,25 F.A.C.-3 Hi-Y-3. 237475 242016 Tri-Hi-YQ Club. Ski Club: Pep 234171 236236 National Honor Society-35 Ju- This above all: to thine own mor Escort-25 Atherfiesf-3: self be true, and it must follow, Drama Club-2,3. as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man. Shakespeare 238936 240366 242431 247800 Tri-Hi-Yg Ski Club: If only we knew the future: Pep Club. Then we could plan for its destruction. 218890 One should receive love with as much understanding as one gives it. 231280 Peter, well he went to wander: James lost his dreams along the way. A rambler's life is never easy: A traveler won't get his pay. 'YK 673 A . F a ff ,. were ,Deaf iv 'Z v ,, ,V ' , -,ma me ,A .. M .1 K',, ff Q W V, kits , ' i5Z"5g" , . 1 1 N, . 9 X ' Zilla. 'W H Q xi Y? a t , 5 V9 2511531 252756 Loneliness is a thing ofthe past, if you want it that way. 256886 257712 260424 May you live all the days of your life. Jonathan Swift 260603 263081 263907 264844 26721 1 The most completely lost of all days is that on which one has not laughed. 279188 282746 282905 Junior Escort-25 Pep Club-2,32 Atherfies-33 National Honor Society. 286522 28671 1 287861 Ski Club-1.2: National Honor Society 288274 289513 Football-1,2,3g Concert Band- -1,2,3g Stage Band-3 Wrest- ling 2. 291165 291578 291769 ,an-. ASQQQQ .., we-Q GF' P 1 ,,, iv ff , 2, ff ,, 'D 5 , AL , mf , A wane W, F 1 me iw if x if r W E 91 y S? Q V 6' 'wf - "'f,f'7? 294056 l would like to have in my house three chairs, one for solitude, two for friendship and three for company. 298186 111077 Aeronautics-2,35 TARS-3 Section 8. 315532 We are always getting ready to live, but never really living. Emerson 320075 322966 323875 325857 327613 330813 332878 334530 334943 If a man does not keep pace with his companion, Perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step tothe music he hears, however mea- sured and far away. Thoreau 3355759 338675 338660 339073 341138 344029 Honor Society-25 Pres. 35 Junior Escort-25 Pre-Med Bridge 84 Chess Club-Trees Concert Choir-2,35 Pep Club 2 TARS-2g Pres 3: Hi-Y 2, Treas Club: Pep Clubg Atherfies-3 81 Sec.: TARSQ Hi-Y. 33 V.P. Council-3, Treas. 344442 346094 346920 386985 352702 352900 Pre-Med-2,35 Tri-Hi-Y-3. Defense Club-2: Pres.: Pre school: 1 thru 12. Medical assist at GW. QW' :Pts- ,wymp N1 x . x-l .gg .Q ' '4'?'.sx W " 1 3 -1 W a s Y ' . N' VH ? ' . , v, , N , me i 1 ,A ' 3 ' J-5:35 .ea :- in ' I ' ' 5' rw el 'v ,,,,'- jf, 1, il, X.f 6 353115 Atherfies-35 Junior Escort-2g Pep Club- 2gF.T.A.-2,19-Rec. Sec. 354444 355180 356832 358897 361000 If it is to my picture you refer. Remember, it's the fault of the photographer. 363440 370461 372939 Believe in yourself, and what others think won't matter. Emerson. 374178 405979 410822 in a farther field a scarecrow kept me company ...walking as i walked. Sanin 418782 422499 You were so gentle in the be- ginning, but now my hands are touching amongst the darkness. You chose that path alone. '31 ' Eff 5 W7 .,, b xraa . i1if4, 'net .g.. qi. 379547 ix, If 384916 386568 Junior Escort-25 Tri- Hi-Y-21 Red Cross- 2,3 FHA-3. 389459 401436 403712 405153 F.A.C.: National Thespiansg Creative Writing Award. 408 044 411550 Truth is spoken from the hea not the tongue. 420021 422912 And what if he is forced to look? Plato F12 44" Wk R Vu 2 . 9 P if MS' , 1 w ,i , 1 Q. . , wa p tl. , W, 1 X. , gf Q fe gil, 5 ' 43 is ' 410522 Key Club-2,35 Baseball-1,23 gki Club-1 ,2,3p Section 8-2, 416304 Hi-Y Club-2,35 ski Club-1,2, 3: Russian Club-2. 420847 424151 Hi-Y-3: F.B.L.A.-3. l967l967I967I96 . -'R ' , Q6 S . ' . ' T . . ' . T 9 i2 ff as 9 1 3 91 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7196719671967 I 59 QM X .0 I 64199 1 . X. 1967196 j4 f6' ?N ij .- V b . . 19' ,f - . ox . ! 1 i I Q I v 5 is 5 .J f k 81968194 968l968I968l968l968I96 K , . L r F . -, ' s' . Q S . C , . Y 'fl' A. 'X' l Q M .D 5 .. A 4- av r , lf. 428261 441497 I've never been an active par- ticipant in any school activi- ties, but through working ou!- side of school I have learned more about myself in this life. : K m -,te of :, -Fe. 1:.f'j,,r .ff 1' X .V ' rd' 5 ' A -755 - Qiifiifghiflff., K 352225136 gfff. ' k5Qi5s'2, ' , e ff v 4 , 2.45.1 4 , ,tt-L, Q ...s , V, Q2 lt- ,k ,M A- " 4 nfl!! t- ,. 73, t.-tg , A .V H, ,Q L v- -,,f .V .. ,. MU ,,.f A 4 . , a 451409 451822 We grow too soon old, and too late smart. 455539 456365 You give but little when you give of your posses sionsg lt is when you give of yourself that you truly give. 456778 Hy-Y-2,3g Pep Club-2, 35 Junior Escort-25 Ski Club-1,2,3: 462147 National Honor Society: Rep. Assembly-1: Folk Song Club -2. 7 ' if f 428694 430346 437367 437780 438193 Peace is life, yet never has It is when you give of youre V.l.C.A. there been peace. War is life, self that you truly give. for there is always war. ls it right? 442736 443149 447692 450377 450996 465451 Each of us is the only person who can give the other what each of us wants to have. 470619 Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, look at yourself before judging others. 472776 474950 If I am not l, then who will I be? 47 7428 479080 Track-1,2,3p Cros- Country-2,3: IRC-3. E - s , . k 3' 7 f W :a 1: '. : . A 1, ye 13 4. LF: ...Ll ,.i,, K I .z:-L::+e-i'w11'1- ,..l. 3 iil' 1 ,X IP : N u m be r- - - - gfezzfas 11.3 -Y g.- 6,11 5 1 .?WW'MHMR -- wwmwwmmmmwe 5336- A 'ifftztffi 559135 iewfmemwewme V.-'-'fifs-fe figa. -t eqbirifwl' ":::25'?7+25iP5'::'H, " "sr V 'z' . 'f:'4'f-Q 1 ?97i1's!5EE:9i -2 " :ef 'E Www! ' 'w..w F QQ ss-ff' 5 " ,. we Q ewV.ww 'se x w 2 ,Q ,, ee V wee QQ Q Z- -isqqzsr' .gggiiiwc f ,. , ' 5 .asv 3759? e '1e He-wwme me-Weak eww Mhmef . eva 480732 46234 484449 486514 488276 491 470 Discussion becomes doubt. American Field Service ax- Bowling-35 Ski Club-35 Con- Doubt becomes questioning, change living in Belgium. cert Band-1,2,3g Industrial Questioning becomes knowl- Arts State Award. ege. 496573 497872 499730 Of Awareness 500556 503198 Pep Club: Publicity Comm.g Press Club-Wasson High 506616 Sports-1,2,3g Key Club-35 NFL-2,33 Drama-3. 509642 There is no better exercise lor the heart than reaching down and lifting people up. 512321 515837 517499 l hate quotations. Tell me what you know. Emerson 519967 522445 l pretend so often to be who l'm not that l've forgotten who I am. 529699 531944 5327 70 Sgorts-1,2,3p F.A.C.-3: Hi-Y 533596 536698 V- i rim: 'l Q QV 'rdf , 1- 542259 I X in 542682 Journal-1,2,3g Honor Society. 544000 Junior Escort-25 Pep Club-25 Ski Club-3: Drama Club-3. 551355 I saw it all and never once was I moved to tearsg either of joy or sorrow or anger. 551922 558789 561267 564571 Pamela McKnight 569940 572005 In Memoriam Atherfies-3, V.P.: Concert Choir-2,35 Junior Escort- 2g V.P. Council-3, Sec. 572418 578725 578824 579852 581504 581700 585634 587699 FootbaIlv2,3g Hi-Y-2,32 Span- Pep Club-2,35 Junior Escort ish Club-2,35 Ski Club-3. 25 Ski Ciub-1,2. M --fA- f ,H V Wi As',z1Lt'ffz5U'i'Vl iiivf J K aww ,fr K fx, ,QQQFQF . .J ir A I X I if ' ? 588112 Football-1,2,3p Honor Society-2,35 Concert Band-1 31 Key Club-1,2,3. 596372 506284 Golf Team, Bridge Club. 611653 What my life means to me, I'Il never know. For I am blind to all I see. 620326 Why if all men say they want peace in the world, why can't we ever have it? PEACE 589351 598050 608349 614131 DE, V.P.-2: D.E.C.A. 623630 I.R.C., Pres., Ski Club-1,2,31 Mountaineering, Fencing Club. 593481 600915 610001 617022 The sailor watches his lost boat-quietly it slips from rock to sea. 624869 632303 Atherfies, Fashion Board Rep.-3: Pep Club -3, Junior Escort-25 Ski Club-1,3. 633129 641802 643454 To own Love-is to have Hope and Understand- ing-is to find Peace. 644280 Honorary Cadetf2, Major-3: FTA-2, Trea- surer-3p Junior Escort- 2, Atherfies-3. 646482 As friends, we don't always see eye to eye but then we don't hear ear to ear either. 647584 51301 Honorary Cadet-2,35 NFL-3: Junior Escort- 2: Honor Society-3. 53366 655844 663691 57500 665343 I exist as I am-that is enough, W. Whitman 666582 Wisdom is to learn to live with ourselves and others. 5,vW,,..r. 5 'Qs 'LN 'Q 21 H59 :Q - ' wr--.,f..,f.af . .. HQj'f1':fI, r .. 93 I' iff x-w5'k . .. kiwi .gift ' ff. -QW """'!' . . 1 ' 9691 96919691969 9 99999 9 5 9 9 lf m E . 2 Q f 94 4+ 9 9 I ' 33 A VF? .9 9 nv ' +++ 9 it .Y L+ 'Y . Q9 A ++"a at-3 'ittff -if 55 37Ol97Ol970l97Ol .www f ze wif i ' 5. , as ,, 5 , ' Q H. ,.:,.:, f, . A f - aww: ,' Q ,W V M Ma rf, in fp, 2. . Q , . .fig ' if s. Ffigsi -- 5 ff, X l .. 3, -if .2 . gig ,Q if My - 5.5 iw H1 ,E Q . ui' . We lived many lives' in those swirling campaigns, never sparing ourselves any good or evilg yet when we had achieved, and the new worlddawned, the old men came out again, and took from us and remade it in the likeness of the former world they knew. Youth could win, but had not learned to keep, and was pitiably weak against age. We stammered that we had worked for a new heaven, and a new earth, and they thanked us kindly and made their peace. P . ' T. E. Lawrence 7019701 9701970197019 C N-Hff r' gms we ' 3 RSESPE 1 -gms: Gt.-.NT .. ..5e,gf,..ls...:iqgf+1.e:m?lQef ,g s . P 1 52, is 'Wlllli ll X I' E H' W... g Y , s ' 5' 1 J. l Gr .b s P ,, 670299 671538 NFL-2, Pres.-35 Honor So' ciety-35 All-school Show- 2. 674429 And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make. Abbey Road. 674630 705617 709121 Drama Clubf1: Girls Ensemble -1 ,2,31 D.E.C.A.f2,3. 719446 721924 'Q fl? 677733 I.Fl.C.-1,2,3g F.T.A,-1, 2,35 ska Club-1,2,3p Pep Club-2,3. 678337 8021 1 Q1450 S4754 38471 888884 S0536 The work of our own hands Matched to rea- son and principle Will determine our destiny. RFK 694666 700448 A man said to the uni- verse: "Sir, I exist!" "However," replied the universe, "The fact has not created in me a sense of obligation." Stephen Crane 73251 3 704991 713870 For it matters not how small the beginning may be: What is once well clone, is done forever Thoreau 728119 Spanish Club-1,25 F.T.A.-2, 35 Pep ClubA2,3: Junior Escort -2. ,X 715316 How sad and bad and mad it was!-But then, how it was sweet! Fl. Browning 731423 if ' -. ' ,s 'W' M 5 Q ifyi x.a.,e.t..,.wvr rf ., . r 5 ,- -:fag -.., L.:, t ,- . . r 717905 718207 Hi-Y-3: Stage Band-2,35 Bridge Building Finalist. 732249 734727 Football-15 Cross Country-2,32 Track-1,2,3p Aristocrat Staff-3 wi wa 4 1' Di" N5 We-fi Q' wx 1.1. We viii: f t ff: .'1": 1. , ' -unix A 'Af 4 1 Q L L ted? 515 e e 'Z we Q ' ' as if Q fu Q3wvL 'Eggs :ee.wt EEE? 57334 1 , xii fak ,.. ,. ,. m mZ,:.W Q ,RW X is 2 Q Q W, vs, , +53 1 S Va i ll' -Ama were at Q e 'B -r E Y ,leezifff-if f. 'fiiffxnsw 1 f 5 zz. be-f,,g,z,,.o ft l, Q. 3- ft xtevw, -- .- H geitmeaiiaiefgeztfeieteezeefil 3z5g.-.. .W.kf:t -.. e E:y2EZ?i2 , Qlwwligsen 'Isis V. iiPgg451EfLEEee.3,f2EQfSz E, ' g Wfmtlqe iw -3, W W , . eQg?,m S mg 64 siaiiiii 'z . i f :E-lite 3155 e wfmfe , .ew w A .. , , 735553 743400 746759 Honor Society-3: N F L- 32 NFL-3: Key Club-2,35 Sec- tion 8-2.3. 750834 754347 737416 743813 750008 752899 756203 740096 744226 750421 753312 Honors-Graduation! 760333 Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp, Or what's a heaven for? R. Browning. .J 760745 761159 What other liberty is there worth having if we have not freedom and peace in our minds? Thoreau 7661 15 Society acknowledges you, When you acknowledge society. 768593 Swim Team-1,2,35 Key Club-2,31 Honor Socie- ty-3: Flying Club-1, V.P.-2, Pres. 3: Orches- tra-1 ,2,3. 770245 A Pep Club-2: Concert Choir Choir-3: F.T.A.-3: Junior Escort-2. 771484 I thrive to find love and happiness. Search for your true self and only when your search has ended, will life be com- plete for you. 773549 777679 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 Lillle refleslion isa good noi roilanguishpin. Rainer. iive -flhe firsl is for pleasure. lo learn more. Perhaps lo mirror lhe image hard enough work. Yellhose gears figg il' more isn'l seen and lried. Toprod ouidaled uponils release is easilg unlilgou havelo look al il. The pur refleoling lhe liille which will be pre and fulure. This will be enjogmenl or in lhallheg seek lo duplicale lhemse mag occasionallg be ol' anolher value provi enlice one lolinger. A passing glimpse is sharpen one's focus lhough an exlended ouslg lainl lheoullook. Al lhis ini, progres Ol Of s l I lead on lo lhe nexl. Man was lhal wag he mag have lo keep moving bul io has ro slop . . . Bill Brin Senior lo 778505 782222 NFL-2, V.P. 35 Honor Society-2,35 Pep Club- 2,3. 785113 Pep Club-2,35 Honor So- cietyp Gymnastics-1,2,3. 786544 787178 790069 794612 Concert Choir-2, Pres. 35 Cross Country 1,2,3p Track- 1,2,3: McGregor's Beggars- 3. 795851 Gymnastics-2,35 Honor Society: Concert Band-1,2,3. 814023 Gymnastics-1,2,3g Journal-35 Law Clube 2,31 Hi-Y-2,3. 817740 Ski ClubA 1,2,3g Pep Club -2,33 Red Cross Rep.-3. 818153 820631 821663 828065 830958 RedCross-2:Atherfies-33 F'B-I--A--3 832195 ' ' - 833847 M538 "N" Live your lives while you have the light, so the dark- ness will not come upon youg because the one who lives in the dark does not know where he is going. 'K ,Q V - V A I, u riff' 1 i n . . 1 797090 801633 Life is worth living. 802046 802872 807002 811545 811768 Yich danke zeez schphangerchtl 813305 Your future lies ahead of you like a pure white Path of snow. Be careful how and where you stepg for every step will show. 53 ,Q A ',l 5595? 8 1 g S QBNQS E, 33 3 4 8 , as S. , X , le Y 1 15 3 3 s f M 1 N: is 2 e 2 9. ""-nav ,' 4 i My A 1 af . .-um-.Q .Qs if fr 1 4145. ff rw 1 52 .H 1 . 1 K r -K. 1 1? , f 4 in 5 ...inf fnfyf M . . ,e Sf L , , ,-:':- ::5s . M ,qgk . .- ,,A. QM, 4 M-115257 ,V 834673 838390 838803 846237 846650 847476 Why is it that the people Concert Band-1,2,3g Ski Club Knowledge is something others closest to you are the fartherest -1,2,3g Red Cross-1,23 Junior tmch you, Wisdom is something V away and hardest to reach? Escort-2. you teach yourself. 847748 849128 850780 852432 853069 856149 Football-1,2,3: Basketball- Ski Club-1,2,3p Drama Club- Liberty of thought is the life of 1,2,3g Baseball-1,2,3p FAC. 25 Pep Club-35 D.E.-3. the soul. Voltaire X 859040 861931 862433 863692 864409 871843 ' Dare to be wisep begin! He who And he whom love touches not postpones the hour of living walks in darkness. Plato rightly is like the rustic who waits for the river to run out before he crosses. Horace iff? "l ' is rrrrr is .we A' 11 QQ' " fu if ' 3 'W' ea .2744 if 'V -V., Ziff' 872256 879277 880516 881755 Aristocrat-1, Head Photog 2K3 FAC-35 Ski Club-1,2,35 NFL- 2. 882561 The best things happen with the rain. 884233 884546 886298 88671 1 887537 Today, as it was in the be- ginning, it is truth that makes us free. 898275 What brings you to my is- land? Your awesome visits in the past were few . . . Homer 908600 Life awaits out there-out- side of these halls. 893319 This garden gave me a rash anyway! Adam 090488 3 908000 895687 906759 910665 Junior Escort-25 Concert Choir-35 Pep Club-2,35 Ski Club-1,2. 911078 913556 swigsfiwireiiigiiasw- Q ei--:f:ws112f2tEsiefiflf2f 913969 eff f W Ancients tell us what is f 1ffL' g3 1 best. Let us learn of the K rnoderns what is the -' finest. 'S-IW' Ben Franklin 914382 1 'week 920990 l do nothing upon my- self and yet I am mine own executioner. 921616 923468 Hunch Clubf1,2: Bod Squad-1,21 Belmonts- 1,2,3. 927 700 928424 928837 935032 937510 Pep Club-1,25 Junior Escort-25 Aristocrat-35 ii? Hi-Y-2, Sec. 3. "'rrV. Q g , ,, 939749 939988 Ski Club-1,2,3g Junior Escort-2: Pep Club-2, 35 C.O.E., Treas. 6 J " Qiififii .fr : -eq 51,-p.. - -.":-if:I5ff3'1'f2 5 . . l .. germ '57-A Fla? 1 74 K , EE. ,fa SUM- ' ., ,, UW.. 1, . 1 1 ' 'gy 5' H5 4- 1 2 f Q., W ' li Rf 1 S . . I5:?'ifQ5Ef55:'?r ' Wy5Tk"f :.:-'if'5::5'- 51:2 A E'i5EQiEEf25 rang.:-j.: "r ite: 34 sa H l"f'i mzs.,,.,sSfa V fe 355888 5 , x Kms r 5 55 x X 'NYZFER L X by ejmsx S SKK S S K WS? .4 ,gg 2 xx M, Qi .Y R11 We 1 Wswfei .f3"'gi,t W ' A 940814 What you would seem to be, be really. 944944 His speech is a mixture of en- thusiasms and crushed ideals. He bobbles out the greens of grass, the white of snows, and the painful transparency of tears from the heart. 751965 When you define liberty you limit it, and when you limit it you destroy it. Brad Whitlock i A3 at 942456 ski Club-1,2,3p Afnerfaes-3: Pep Club-2,35 Junior Escort- 2. 94800 Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of daylight in the mind, and fills it with a steady and per- petual serenity. Joseph Addeson 953617 Basketball 1,2, Mg. 31 TARS- 2,3: FAC. 944118 Consistency is the last refuge of ofthe unimaginative. 948248 Junior Escort-25 Tri-Hi-Y-25 Ski Club-1,2. 958222 I was lonely until I discovered lonliness lives in crowds. Yes. 6 Years A Waste? Tarnished Thought? ALL IS GONE 958573 959399 969311 972202 Soph. Class V.P.g Fashion Board-2,35 Junior Escort-2: Pep Club-2, 3. 976745 Stage Band-1,2,3g Hi-Y: Bridge Building Finalist. 978397 978411 983353 985005 Pep Club-2,35 J.C.L.- 2,3: Atherfies-3. 988309 The mud elephant walking through the sea, leaves no tracks. 988722 M9548 PreAMed Club-1, VP 2, Pres. 35 VP Council-25 Jane Jefferson Award-2, 990757 099099 lt pays to advertisel si? 5 . 'MQ ...MW A eil - ' '. ':. 4 , . . aeg- .i ig 7 1 " 5 6 , A , iw' 'ftp 'sw S 4K X . ig is 41...-FA 34 'Y Q 'S Jw' K' 7' e ss 5 if 1 , ... .Q jf 2 Z ef ..,,Jm.A 1' I,lfg35f-55 1 '- 1 ' .- st. 7 32115 DN QM-w' iw iw, Hall Of Fame 1 U... .we- Barbara Alberg Louanne Albi Janice Eileen Albright Joe Alcorn Barbara Jo Alexander Saundra Lynn Alexander Cynthia Louise Allen ' Nancy Louise Allis Sharon M. Allsup Debra S. Anderson James William Anderson John W. Anderson -e Peter Gavin Anderson Marc Douglas Archer Sandra Jo Ariki Keith Elden Armintrout Katherine M. Arnold Katherine Jean Artus Rebecca Lynne Asmus Katha Anne Atkinson Michelle B. Aubuchon Halen .loan Baer , Caron L. Bailis Gregory Lonsdale Baker Gregg E. Baldan Susan Summer Ball William Eugene Ball Peggy Joann Bandsma Karen E. Battle Janet Louise Battodmioo Nancy L. Bauer ' Deborah Ann Baughman Thomas Italy Baxter Roc Allen Beaver Laura E. Bennett Bradford C. Berge David T. Bergen Betsy Ellen Bergen W Jeffrey David Beringer Jenny J. Bernard James M. Bernecker Jeremy M. Bernstein Eric Francois Berthoud Charles D. Beuthes - Norman Edwin Biar Lauren Case Bifwidc David Eugene Binle David Noel Bjorklund Rick N. Blair Cynthia E. Blakely Ramona Kay Blakeky Peter Nevin Blaney Pat Clyde Bloom Patricia L. Boardman Stephen D.-Boardman Mike Lee Boggess Larry J. Bograd Patricia Jane Bonham Greg A. Boston Barry Bruce Bounds .lefi Armitage Bouton Anthony Childs Bowler David L. Boyd Thomas Felton Boyls Nell L. Bozeman Deborah Lynn Bradley Marilee Donn Brandes Robert Edward Brsssell Linda K.'Bremmer W Thomas Breitkreuz Richard Owen Brenneman Ronnie Brenning Debra Brewer Diane Lee Brewer Kathleen M. Brewer Gary D. Briber Mlliam T. Brinton Judith Louise Brothers Darrell A. Brown Earl Henry Brown Gloria D. Bown Thomas A. Brzezicki Carl M. Bunch Daniel Kevin Bunch Susan Lynn Bunt Susan L. Burkey Robin Dee Buxton Linda Ann Calvert Mark Richard Cameron Mark Campbell Lynn Juye Carlisle Jane Ellen Carter Ellen Marie Cassidy Stephen Leroy Cavnar Susan E. Chandler James Hanley Chessen Nancy D. Childress Howard Allen Clark Deborah Sue Coffee Martha Sue Colbert - Celeste Jean Colburn Martha E. Colsnbrander Floyd E. Dollins Mark Vlhlliam Collins Michael Ken Collins Richard 0. Collins Nancy L. Condit Robert Edward Connery Jan Renee Cooksvon Carolyn Louisa Cory Kenneth R. Cottrell Louise K. Coulter Sandra L. Courtney Robert B. Crabb Carl E. Cross Peter Charles Crowley Paul Richard Croy Spencer A. Cutting Jon R. D'Arce'y Debra Joy Davidson Jane C. Davis Lynn Davis Cari J. Day Suzanne S. Day Margaret F. Decker Fay W. De Gon Joseph L. De Sciose Debra Ann Desselle Vickie Marie Dewar Linda Kay Dickerson Thomas Louis Di Grsppa Michael J. Dinner .' Janet M. Dodd Jody Lynn Donnelly Carol S. Dorset: IXUYI FIICIIHYU IJUUQIHS Mary E. Dowd Thomas Joseph Drssler Deborah Kay Duggan Jonathan W. Duxbury Sharon L. Earnhardt Jeri Lee Egmlm John Arthur Elverum Kathryn A. Elzi Rebecca Mary English Annette M. Entzminger Anne Christine Ernest Michael J. Ernst - ian ' ' Gary Vlhlliam Eve Lola E. Farber Bruce W. Fink Edward Lewis Fitzhugh Bruce Alan Fladefman Deborah Jean Flaener Charles James Fleldre. Francisca E. Fleur Vidti Lee Floberg Pamela J. Flora Buck Loe Ford Larry Ford Michael T, Forsyth Joan Marie Forte Charles W. Fnx Kent Randall Fraker Jackie S. Frank Thomas Mark Frank Barry Franklin ' Debra K. Frazin Sandra J. Friedell Lawrence L Fuller James Ernest Gaede William M, Gardner Michael J. Gerber Theordore B. Gilman Jr, Richard Gene Glover Kendra Davina Goddard Michael D. Goldfein Sara J. Gotlenborg James Roger Grace Susan E. Graham Paul David Gras Jelfrey A, Graunke Dale F, Gray Daneal Greenberg Dorothy H. Greene Patricia S. Greene Laurie Ann Greenfield Douglas Fred Grelk Robert Alan Griffith Tamara Jane Groves Daniel M. Grummert Jacqueline L. Guenthner Michael R. Gueriner James R. Gunnerson Jerry Shelmar Haan Cathy Ellen Hairgrove Christina A. Hall Lynn E. Hallam Kerry Neil Hamilton John Marshall Hancock Mark Frederick Hanke Debra Ann Hannon Douglas P. Hart Lorraine Ann Hartnell Ginger Hatch Gary S. Hayward David Alan Hegeman Steven D. Henderson Cheryl Ann Henkel Diane Marie Herbs! Mark Edward Hill Robert Hill Stephen Hill George Hinkle Britt Hinnen Lawson Hise Jennifer Huckom Mark Hogg Judy Hogue Jeffrey Holden Jan Holland Carole Holmes Jan Horner Michael Horwitz Craig Houser Robert Houtchens Robbie Howk Ann Howland Mary Diane Hufendick Robery P. Hyman Lynda Ickis Bradley Inman Patricia Jacobs Walter January Debra Jekel Terence Jenni James Jennison Janet .lepkes Howard Jerois Mary Jewell Charles Johnson Conway Johnson Stanley Johnson William Johnston Debra Jones Joseph Jones Richard Jones Thomas Jones Sigridur Jonsdotlir John Jorgensen John Junker Daniel Kal Robin Kal Sherri Kal Virginia Karavites Randie Kafehen Eva Kan Cynthia Kelly James Kenna Thomas Kennedy Terri Kessler Francesca King David Kinsey Kathi Kiraly Rebekah Kirkpalricl David Klenzendorf Fred Knaus Ronald Koelling Richard Koenig Timothy Koenig Barry Konopka umm- rw- .L David Krieger Linda Laffersy Shaerry Lamb Becki Lamar Greg Lamont Mark Lana Laurie Langseth Lynn Launsn Sheila Lawlaer Mark Learner Richard Lederman Nancy Leisenring Debbie Leo Lisa Lauer Tama Levine Thomas Linnell James Lively Dennis L. Lewsllyn Ronald Loeb Stephen Looghhead Gloriu Luotzen Mark LuskY Victoria Lux Brian Mdlallin lMIliam McClearn Robert McCollum Vidcee McFarren Gary McGoehon Colette McGona9le Linda Mclnlyre Barbara McKee Pamela McKnight Nancy McPherson Jacques Macho! Melissa Maclieynolds Eric Malmborg Michael Malmgren Lisa Mann Bruce Mansfield George Mansfield Jill Marshall Margaret Marshall Michael Marshall Rita Marshall Tom Marshall Joan Martin John Marvin Linda Matchael Kevin Mathews Robert May David Melusky Robert Mesch Craig Messinger Karen Messinger Michelle Meyer Steven Millenson Amanda Miller Cynthia Miller Jacob Miller Jill Miller Stewart Miller John Mills Ronald Miriello Steven Mitchell Paul Momgornerv Martha Moore Thomas Moore Robert Morrison Betty Mountain' Bradley Mugleslon Elizabeth Mundell Maureen Mundt Antonia Muzzillo Paul Nabors I Pamela Nelson Kathleen Nevans Connie Neville Brian Newsum Carl Nielsen f Richard Nielsen Roger Nielsen Judith Northup Pamela Nowick Terri Oberg David Oliver Deborah Oliver Theodore Olsen Mik! Orlin Elizabeth 0Rourke Janibe Pagliasotti Mark Paich Michael Pappas Gail Parker James Patterson Jamessa Patterson Susan Payne Terri Payne Christine Peay Steven Perkins Charles Perron Richnrd Paterson Douglas Phelps Scottie Pickrel Mary Pique Mary Polivnick Christopher Potter David Powell Sarah Powell Thomas Powers Jacqueline Pryce Henri Prudhomme Cherrie Putallaz Mathew Ouinn Kathy Randle Christina Redecker Deborah Reed Steven Reed Roger Reeves John Regan Robert Reilly Debra Reimer Laura Rhyne Calvin Rice Bruce Richards Michael Richards Anita Richardson Randall Riape Gregory Rimmel Linda Flingel Mark Ritchie Jane Robbins Michael Robbins Lepp Roberts Jeff Robinson Ernesto Roederer ......, ..............-N Nancy Floeshclaub Gail Romans Stephen Rondinelli Debra Rosenbaum Wayne Rosenkrans Elizabeth Roth Alana Rothstein Joan Rouse Philip Rouse Terri Rupp Marissa Rushton Richard Rydell Pamela Sage Linda Sola Rebecca Sander Thomas Sanco Karol Sanford James Sanwick Nancy Saunders James Sayre Ingo Sdllender Paul Schliakefr James Schmid Jill Schmidt Susan Schultz Thomas Schultz Donald Schwemmer John Scott Paul Sum Gary Seidlitz James Seymour John Shanks Don Shapiro Angelene Shepard Richard Sherhack Gayle Shore Camile Short Walter Shover Van Shuhin Peter Sibilia Luanne Sides Kenneth Singer Micki Skoglund Cynthia Smith Gregory Smith Karen Smith Kathy Smith Kristi Smith Vicki Smith Wendy Smith Larry P, Spahr Frances Spurlin Glenda Spurlock Paul Staley Desyria Standard Rick Stearns llyse Steinberg Sheryl Stephens Christopher Stephenson James Stewart Michael Sloflel Carol Smut Michael Strappelli Mary Strawn Kathleen Stroh Janet Smnhers Stephanie Sullivan Karen Swanson Darla Swartz Thomas Tavon Stephanie Tennyson Randy Thall Nancy Tharp Kathleen Thiebaut Marie Thiede Deborah Thomas Jan Thomas Thomas Thomasson Dayle Thompson Debra Thompson Margaret Thornburg Kenneth Tipps Leslie Traver John Trenchard Lynn Tucker Kevin Valis Carl Vallance Linda Vandersluis Susan Vaughan Charla Vaughn Mona Vealch Cary Veith Bruce Vierheller Brad Vierheller Arlene Villaluvors William Viner Boris Vukovich Brian Waidmann Carol Vainwright Ann Walker Gregoryvallace Linda Waln Michael Walsh Margaret Warren Danna Wasserman John Watson Tracy Watson Michele Way Nancy Webb Lynn Weber John Wedum Adrienne Weis Judith Weiss Nancy West Robert Wes! Kenneth Western Linda Westwood James Wevand Linda Wrinaker Gretchen Wickman Jennie Wiederspsn Cary Wilfer John Williamson Janet Wilson Wendy Wing Robert Wolfson Sharalyn Woods Sarah Worcester Steven Yates Martha York Roger Young Robert Zishka Carl Zohn Robin Zorno Anite Zwern From left to right: Mike Flynn, Linda Bayer, and Gail Wanner, Junior Class Officers. A Year 01' Knowledge, Peers Apalhg, And One More Year To Go ...W Nm l... ... l W -- , 161 008482 008673 009088 009499 011564 016107 017759 027700 028084 035300 035931 037170 039648 043588 046669 049560 052451 055187 056168 056581 057820 060298 051124 064015 067732 068558 070623 073300 077231 078883 080122 082600 083013 094164 096642 102424 104489 108619 109445 110358 111097 112336 116879 118531 121835 122248 126612 133812 136703 MI., W. gg 5 ff Q, S , f fda W 4 ff ei' Q63 Wa fx qw f N Siudenis Excel In Apaihg 1 E96sfff1. f .1 JJ 239 1 2 K f,,ggfs7'Z 4 1 W9 S M1356 1 , 1 1 1 55? ,. 1: ,fm 3 , .L-. 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Busing, and the frustrations for both black' and white students, has changed many lives, hopefully for the better. This year more teachers and students were involved in determining new approaches and patterns of our curricula. The philosophy of 'the community as a school' was implemented with greater participation and interaction of tea- cher, student, and community. These things, that you and I have evolved, have served us and will be modified as need dictates so they will continue to serve us well. Change is necessary, but should not be made just for the sake of change. l encourage student participation in all areas seeking improvements, for it is only through participation that one grows. Past experiences must be the base upon which new experiences grow and a wise person casts the old aside at the right time. Your student body and student society must still prove itself in the years ahead. Your right to seek change is acknowledged. To criticize is easy but you must accept the challenge to make responsible change. Nly responsibility as your principal is to prepare you for your future by providing the best possible personal and academic training available. 078 rf' A r '-' lVlost of Nlr. Wurtz's time was consumed by his role as one of the chief disciplinarians. However, as in the past he had a major part in deciding the fate of student initiated activities. Throughout the year he remained steadfast in his philosophy that change just for the sake of change was unwarranted. He felt that because of the excellent educational performance T. J. has had in the past, any new programs should be evidenced as being superior before being instigated. 'i... itll ' .......,,, . , l As the main link between the downtown administration and the school, Nlr. Moser made sure that there were enough books in the l right places for students. Antoher facet of his job was to construct a master schedule board for each semester. lVlost of the students did not realize that they had a chance to change the curriculum. This could be done by finding a teacher qualified to teach the class and having him submit a plan for the proposed class to IVlr. Nloser. In spite of her broken ankle, Miss Ethridge returned to school as soon as possible and resumed her role as the head girl's disciplinarian. When she wasn't busy talking to girls, her efforts continued as she planned out the calendar for the year. if .4 Q lpi I .s.ir ,Q rv- Big Wheels Grind Out Decisions . . . Few students realize the difficulty of being a good disciplinarian. Mrs. Taton handled the job well as she recognized the different factors involved in every situ- ation. lVIrs. Jarrett did her very best to uphold the rules as she saw fit. As an assistant to Nlr. Wurtz, Nlr. Day adapted to his new environment readily. He proved to be very understanding under all circumstances. Which Sha pe Qiudenls' Lives 4 y mmm ang 'em -Z 5 l 0 :HQ w..,...... W shmoe-nw """'A"i' 'ON Students eed we-v,. 1 People To Turn To lVlr. Helander, Mr. Sorenson, lVlr. Mansfield, and lVlr. Dorsett were semi-familiar to the people at T. J. this year. As the seniors knew, lVlr. Helander was willing to help them decide where to go to college by showing them information on specific colleges while considering their interests and past perform- ance. Mr. Sorenson heads the industrial Cooperative Education programs which enable students to receive instruction in a particular trade. ' A 5 Q -'W lVlr. Mansfield could be seen at any of the tests administered to students on a large scale. He also made sure that every student had a counselor to ad- vise him and schedule him. lVlr. Dorsett helped students who needed or wanted jobs to find them. For those who were not sure of a general direction they wanted to go, he obtained information in the fields in which they might be interested as indicated by different tests. fn SHED lx 'mx l v Counselors: Alwags Readg To Help And Direcl Qludenls 'Cf A 'X Keeping schedules, movies, and Dr. Train ing cars in order, Nlr. Santi, lVlr. Hays, lVlr. Cutting, and Mr. Hunter, find their life con- tinually surrounded with problems and frus- trations. The IBM computer, operated and maintained by Nlr. Santi, keeps schedules fairly accurate? While the audio-visual world is shown by a never-finished worker, lVlr. Hays, brings in old and contemporary movies. Making it safe on the streets, lVlr. Cutting and lVlr. Hunter, find the young, adolescents not the easiest students to teach, but seem to be very alert to the traf- fic conditions which exist today. Versaiile Clerks communicaiion 1 1 along wifh +he nurse. aid beiween siudenis. ieachers and adm stuff' f t, if gg, , fu em-M.-M., Special Services Keep Students Records Straight 8: A 9+uden+'s Mind Off His Probs 218 Viewing each student as an individual, Mrs. St. John, Mrs. Pollard, Mrs. Cohen, and the attendance office ladies, have found this a difficult, confusing, and time-consuming task. Working in the counseling offices, Mrs. St. John and Mrs. Pollard, had little time for relaxation in keeping the records up to date of all the present and incoming students. Mrs, Cohen, the social worker, expressed a great understanding to anyone who had problems or needed someone to talk to. The attendance office not only kept track where all the students were but also kept in touch with an absentee's parents. X Lf? 1 M ,,.. wwf d"'m Exploring Throughout the world-wherever you may wander there are always some people lin prisons they existl always trying to help-to give, through them we will learn using books, and essays, speeches, and plays, through statements of being and change perhaps then we will see much farther, deeper and then there can be understanding perhaps some will realize, their value-everyone's value, only then may issues be resolved and we will wander-throughout the world. 5' ff Freudian Concepis Q iii And Deier-mining One's Essence Af' ,, 5' ff' sw , Y 116: Engli h 224 127 , i .S J UP Q . X 4 fs ,wg Nw, .. .s,. 'iiiffsstxaigx -'gligfijglii ,ml lkiy 1, 5 W, W -195 w 1 W ' .E 1 :g li ' ' ,- P'.1' .sM :F 9- ' fa - Q,,, , V 1 -fig' Lf9?::? k , ..,,, V fs W 2 S S "We had the best of educaticns-in fact, we went to school every day-" "I've been to a day-school, too," said Alice: "you needn't be so proud as all that." "With extras?" asked the Mock Turtle a little anxiously. Ves," said Alice, "we learned French and music." And washing?" said the Mock Turtle. Certainly not!" said Alice indignantly. Ah! then yours wasn't a really good school," said the Mock Turtle tone of great relief. Now at ours they had at the end of the bill, 'French, music, and washing-extra! " "You couldn't have wanted it much," said Alice: "living at the bottom of the sea." "I oouldn't afford to learn it," said the Mock Turtle with a sigh. "I only took the regular course." "What was that?" inquired Alice. "Reeling and Writhing, of course, to begin with," the Mock Turtle replied: "and then the different branches of Arithmetic- Ambition, Distraction, Uglification, and Derision." "I never heard of 'UgIifimtion,' " Alioe ventured to say. "What is it?" The Gryphon lifted up both its paws in surprise. "What! Never heard of uglifyingl" it exclaimed. "You know what beautify is, I suppose?" "Yes," said Alice doubtfully: "it means-tovmake anything-prettier. "WeIl then," the Gryphon went on, "if you don't know what to uglify is, you must be a simpleton." Alice did not feel encouraged to ask any more questions about it, so she turned to the Mock Turtle, and said, "What else did you learn?" "Well,there was Mystery," the Mock Turtle replied, counting off the subjects on his flappers, "-Mystery ancient and modern, with Seaography: then Drawling-the Drawling-master was an old congereeI,that used to oome once a week: he taught us Drawling, Stretching, and Fainting in coils." "What was that like?" said Alice. "WeIl, I mn't show it to you myself," the Mock Turtle said: "l'm too stiff, And the Gryphon never learnt it." "Hadn't time," said the Gryphon: "l went to the Classical master, though. He was an old crab, he was." "l never went to him," the Mock Turtle said with a sigh: "he taught Laughing and Grief, they used to say "So he did, so he did," said the Gryphon, sighing in his turn: and both creatures hid their faces in their paws. "And how many hours a day did you do lessons?" said Alice, in a hurry to change the subject. ina "Ten hours the first day," said the Mock Turtle: "nine the next, and so on 'What a curious pIanl" exclaimed Alice. "That's the reason they're called lessons," the Gryphon remarked: "because they lessen from day to day." This was Quite a new idea to Alice, and she thought it over a little before she made her next remark. "Then the eleventh day must have been a holiday?" "Of course it was," said the Mock Turtle. "And how did you manage on the twelfth?" Alice went on eagerly. "That's enough about lessons," the Gryphon interrupted in a very decided tone: "teIl her something about the games now." -Lewis Carroll X W :V .sy all .1 - - 1 1 ll' 7 - -4 Evolution Brings About Change Learning the development and cause of the social evils, integrating the cultures and understanding the human being were only a few aspects of life dealt with in the social science classes. lndividual involvement in groups, realization, and an open mind, were a few ways that the student might change and appreciate our past, present, and future society. If In Our Tumuliic World We Live In The Pasi And Fuiure U 31 J , Q , MM7 1 There Is No Preseni A Focus i On Behavior fi I 231 Business Ed Requires High Levels In All Areas Of Work 32 A frustration, feeling of not keeping up, total confusion These were the vvords used to describe our business educa- tion classes which were held in a downstairs corner of TJ. Basic skills and procedures were taught to those with quick co-ordination and thoughts of persuing a career in this field The business department is one area that adequately pre- pares a student for something other than college. 5,5- ? Consiani Emphasis . M - 7 ' fr J x N , -f i , 5 M I O Proofs Picking up new concepts, memorizing the fundamentals, writing computer pro- grams, and proving "facts" that one had previously used all played a role in this year's math department. Students reacted to math in many different ways as some really enjoyed losing themselves in the in- tricacies of a problem while for others math was sheer boredom. The teachers tried to be sensitive to this fact by cre- ating a more personal, informal type at- mosphere-thus making their classes digestible. Causes One To Challenge if.- 'iii Wm 221521 ssl fx Bn ., D ,,ss,?TQ. .i .8 , W? 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M A QW ma fa sw Q 41 if Q K My fm: EXlS1'Ihg Facis And Values O33 ' Science Classes Become Aware Of l f-,,f I , , QI Environmental Problem Expanding the knowledge of students, T.J.'s science faculty initiated new concepts dealing with the works of nature involved in creating chemistry, biology, and physics pro- blems and theories. This year also involved the imagination of the students to solve en- vironmental problems, construct bridges, learn the physiology of the human body and to associate chemicals with biological reac- tion. 4.424 5.5 ,Q- Experimenis And In Qcieniific Dbservaiion Qiudg Crowded locker rooms, blue gym suits, lVliss Gater, clean uniforms, a trampoline, football, lVlr. lVlarsh, numbers, the dance room, lVlr. Golder, the opposing team, taking showers, lVlr. Peters, peaks between the divid- ers, Nlrs. Johnson, the weight room, cage ball balance beam, leotards, points, lVlr. Gurian, climbing ropes, volley ball, tumbling, lVliss Hill, a purpose, fulfillment, disappointment. This is what has made a part of our Wild Bunch! E1 eh., Love I+ Or Leave H Phgs. Ed. Helps The Bod 244 E113 pecialized Staff Do Their Thing -f vpff' ., 2 ,,,,,.--v- The vvhole school owes a special thanks to the Iunchroom and custodial staffs for un complainingly assuming the additional work that the former "student union" caused them. Keeping the halls passable and the food edible are not an easy job at T.J. Indeed we had many interests in the Home- Ec department this year. Learning such things as burning water, how to make pineapple up- side down cake right side up, learning to sew a straight seam and listening to lVlrs. New talk about life for a whole period. Such accom- plishments! Also, due to the success ofthe boys' bachelor's survival course, room 102 is full of many things, such as boys walking around in little white aprons with their names embroidered on them, and chef hats which distinguishes them as connoisseurs. Maybe next year the Home-Ec program will go co-ed. Who knows! Food And Dress Are The Focus l For Living 5 Teaching skills such as welding, leather, plastic and wood craftsmanship were taught in the industrial arts department. They helped develop many hidden talents with- held by TJ students. As in years past, the industrial arts department turned out many award winners in advanced plastics, wood and other fields in the state meet. Industrial Art Bring Creativitg To The 9tudent's ag Ot' Lite ' 0111 247 M N, Due to the loss of many seniors last year, the bands and or- chestras underwent a period of "reconstruction"-building up a great potential for the near future. However, the choirs lacked no- thing as they put on their usual fine performances. Once again the "Beggars" had phenomenal talent and performed on many oc- casions. The ine Arts Provide A Media 'by' Ks R . " ws V Ax +2Fw2e"as12E mg-wgefsessf-fz.'-if - fzff:f'1v1553,ff,f,.f- imm-W Q,-S, . sy if ,,,...,, .. lgigfgkw. .. :-'..g . sw-"""' ,Q 5 11,5 For Self-Expression Often viewed as the imitation of nature, art comes from na- ture-from within oneself. Students aspired to this level of creativ- ity in the art classes this year. ! he mf if-I f ,'l 249 5 i J Foreign Language gvi 250 A a .sw 522 -Z L ,,.. 1 is his 4 S, A Neoessi+g'? . , I I 1 College language requirements stiffened for all classes after the Class of '71, causing the language department to grow. In spite of the crowded classes an attempt was made to reflect the attitudes and cultures of people liv- ing in foreign countries. Finally, strange dialects were learned ??-often as not, the period before the test. My FQ eserve Dfficer I , Training Corps Promotes Self- Discipline The sound of stomping feet echoes through the is handcrafts hall every period almost every day. Some- R' times the loud report ofa rifle can be heard as the members ofthe Reserve officer Training Corps and Honorary Cadets have target practice. Members hoped that through dedicated practice and self-discipline they could win the state wide competition at C.U. this year. Other highlights during the year included the Military Ball, teas, a Christmas party for Head Start, a trip to the Air Force Acadamy, potlucks with other Denver schools. Also the Honorary Cadets performed va us ervices during the school year. All this added 1 o a r of hard w rk a fu' XM' IVA la D Sill W 'WU yi ' Wilyllim My . vu WWW! . all rl Q5 l 5 ' slr n lfifiwfwa. V , ' Q , C E. - W, . V Alexander Ander SOD 9 Thomas 59132 113162 Rlchard Boyd Boyls FRSSB YB NIE? Fa e De Gon Lm Caro Y 159 138 da Dockerson 159 Ds Grappn Dinner 159 Mary Dowd 159 Thomas Dresler 159 Du ggan Duggan 159 Duxbury amhardt Kathryn Elzl 159 139 R ebecca gllsh 159 159, 9 159, Walter Mary Conway Johnson 14688 McPherson Macho: 159 Mac Reynolds Malmborg 159. Kal 159 697144 700448 083013 Randall Bisel 162 094164 Pamela Boe 162 096229 Randy Goggis 096642 Harvey Bograd 162 102424 Jeffrey Bowker 162 104489 James Bowman 68, 102,121,162 108619 Kathleen Brady 162 108934 Vilneida Braga 109445 John Bramley 42,80, 69,126,162 110275 Lorena Brandon 110158 David Brassell 162 111097 Steven Braun 162 112336 Joan Brennan 162 115640 Charlene Briber 116879 Debora Brlola162 118531 Gerald Brouillette 162 121422 Kenneth Brown 80, 64 121835 Laurie Brown 162 122248 Robert Brown 162 123487 Marcia Bruce 124106 Carole Brumley 126612 Judy Buckingham 162 128856 Richard Bulthaup 133812 Jerry Burley 162 136703 Thomas Busch 162, 121 137116 Mark Butler 139181 Margaret Butts 163 Dan Byrne Daniel Calugar 121 Toni Terr: 163 03 Jeannie Anthun 172 Charles Appel! 103 172 Atlass 172 Thomas Austin 66, 156000 Deborah Cass 161520 Michael Chitwood 163135 Kerry Cioffoletti 154274 Amy Clark 175 166026 Jaon Clark 175 1 504 Christen Clemensen 34,39,68,175 169186 David Clifford 175 171395 John Coggins 175 172221 Denioe Cogswell 175 173047 Nisa Cohen 174699 Renee Colburn 175 180293 Mary Collison 175 183372 Joseph Cook 43,68, Vicki Cook 103 Cecil Corbitt 175 David Core 80, 289926 291991 177 292404 1 77 295295 301490 302523 177 303968 177 306033 177 30 59 177 309750 177 Emma Fox 177 Sue Frazier 103, Michael Frazin 68, Jane Freed 177 Paula Fullerton 177 Edith Furedy 103 Timothy Gaines 68 Ann Galloway 81 Jacqueline Gammill Catherine Garrecht Curtis Gerber Karl Crabtree 175 Jeanne Giek 177 Nancy Gilbert 80 Diane Craft 1 75 Russell Craig 39, Glaspey 177 Glodfain 177 Goldham Bindy Bowler 174 William Bowman Q Dennis Boyd Mike Boyd Mark Bozeman 39 174 Valerie Brei 174 Linda Breitkreuz Marcia Brennan 174 Shirley Brewer 174 117000 Roberta Brooks 174 1 Tom Bm-Jillette 174 1 Deborah Brown 174 Fabia Brown 174 Mary Brown 176 170' 68,174 74 Burton 1 74 176 176 Neil Fishman 80 Robert Flanagan 176 Stephanie Fletcher 7 Thomas Andrew Corinne Horn 178 Dianne Horst103 424509 Susan Huffman 425914 Fiona Humphrey 178 426629 Debbie Hunter 178 427221 John Huppert 39, Ingalls 43, lngraham 178 Jackson 178 . Janke 178 Jaragoske Jensen Jensen McEwan McGhee 39. McGraw 39 iuire Mclntosh McKee 180 McKee 180 McKinley ,, , ,gqefy iizzl , r,,y,1Ws.a 567462 lan McLaggan 180 567686 Richard McLaughlin Michael McNamee Barbara MacNeill Dave Magoun 180 Jean Maguire 180 Mary Maifeld 180 Becky Nlalm 124, Mann 180 103, 693427 Douglas Perkin 182 693840 Becky Perkins 182 695699 Mila Perlman 698796 Mary Persian 182 9622 John Peterson 80, 700035 '-Wie 9335 32 1 1 '31 S: he ar :az er E L s a d - ' Zi1z2iiSEge4f'amffirmer fix i i" 5' a e c MH , S refer S is lf ' ""X"""'lE""""MW"'S' 'W' ' Mankoff 103. 330606 Mary 193 Elbeck 192 Embry 192 Emmerich Marla mpey mrich 0811 Ernst F razler R ober Lisa 319868 Yvonn 319868 Terri Gillespje 193 312727 Rickie Gittins 193 32236 Glenn 193 139824316 1' !B2441 j3ggsa -.f - rg 324514 oiarmaf ' 193 324574 TerlfyvGoIdberg 193 324245 GFQQ 325650 James 326129 103, Guthrie Hahn ames Gayle Hall Halva 194 Hamlish 194 Hamrick 194 Hand 194 Hanke Harris 19 Harnso James Patty 7 Rona! Thomas Patti Kapp 103 Karen Parker 103, Patrick Scott Scott Scott esey Kelly Mathews Mathias 198 William Matthias John Mattson 1 The Taylor Family Mr. Harold Mason Mr. Robert Chamberlin Harper and Rowe Threshold Music Crown Recording Psychology Today Acknowledgements A The Denver Post World Wide Photos Associated Press Mr. Wayne Ackerman Newsfoto Yearbooks Gold Hill Music Life Magazine Archer Studios Anderson Studios Atkinson Studios Jafay Studios Julie Lutz Tom Daugherty L. Ferlinghetti "Editor's note: The 1971 Aristocrat Staff would like to offer a warm thank you and a hand shake to the lBM 1120 for its improper placement of mugshots and identifications." z.PI'P Q I A A ,aw - I ' I IRES 4- - , n ,rf :Sw ' ' ' f -' ,wfff Vf'f.' 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A ?Ni:fmfQ Vai Pigs X qxff ig 1971 senior edition thomas jefferson high school Fond Thoughts of Years Mackey resigns TJ Post Charles J, Mackey, principal at Thomas Jefferson since August, 1966, has been named to the post of executive director for the Department of Adult, Vocational and Practical Arts Education. Mr. Mackey replaces James Galloway, who resigned. Named to replace Mr. Mackey at Thomas Jefferson was Robert M. Cham- berlin, former principal at Kepner Junior High. Mr. Mackey began his teaching career in Denver at a junior high in 1940. He taught junior high for six years and then was at South high school for eight years. 'He worked at the central office 'with student activities and curriculum services for five years.'Mr. Mackey was named principal at Lake junior high in 1959, and was there for four and one-half years. He spent the next two and one-half years at Kunsmiller junior high and was then transferred to TJ. TJ teachers and associates of Mr. Mackey honored him with a dinner this week at the Mount Vernon Country club. Mr. Chamberlincame to TJ from Kepner junior high school, where he was principal. Full story on Mr. Chamberlin will be found on Page 3. The time comes when every good thing must end and each person must say goodbye to someone or something he loves. Despite the hassle that every senior has had to put up with during the six possible years of attendance at Thomas Jefferson, there must come memories of a happier and younger time when the school was new, when spirit was high and white socks were Mini!! The parable of the punky para- professionals fades quickly when we remember that the faculty includes such good samaratans as Mr. Day, Mr. Myers and Mr. Rich. With such righteous and good men as examples, the moral standing of TJ has definitely improved, and drinking is considered quite out dates aomng those 'who are hip. The majority of the student body had turned to nature, as well as the school, for expanding their horizons. In an era when the clenched fist and the picket sign are the banners of public spirit, it is gratifying for us to see our baseball team go to State playoff, ac- companied by the student body, some of whom have decided to go straight to the game, while others have opted to go "ahead" to Greeley. of the days of Dudley Mitchell, Roy Wilson and Matt Sterling when the flex of a muscle was not necessarily con- cerned with mainlining. As seniors, a quick trip through memory land is like following a rabbit through a hole in the ground along with Alice into Wonderland. Unfortunately, there isn't a pill to make us small, among the stash of pills available. As nostagia takes us through fantasy land, the pangs of reality draw our attention away from the past and to the future. But in these pleasant reflections we wonder if TJ has changed so much, or perhaps it is us growing up. A quick glance at those we leave behind reveals a whole new rash of cheerleaders, Pom- Pon girls, student council political heroes and sports heroes. We know that our school remains in these capable hands. We have a firm belief that this, too, shall pass. Various other cliches assure that our well worn path will be followed by myriads of others. We can leave this school, with its many pitfalls, its many advantages and its numerous stashes clearly marked in our minds, but still an adventure for those who follow. Take care and be MAY 27, 1971 Continuation To Include Assembly, 'We Hove A Dream' Ninth grade Continuation cere- monles will be held on June 6th, beginning at 2:45 p.m. ln the Thomas Jefferson auditorium. The ceremony will include various speeches from administrators and ' the giving of diplomas. After the ceremony, the students will be dismissed to have their parents join them near the flagpole for congratulations and picture- taking. The Continuation dance will be held at 4:00 p.m. in the TJ gym. All students are expected to re- main on the school grounds until 5:23, however the dance will last until 6:00. The theme for the Con- tinuation dance and excerctses ls, "We have adream." 1 Wearing avllarel should be con- ii' servatlve and in good taste. Boys N should wear a suit, or slacks and i A sport coat, a dress shirt and I a tie. Dtsapproved wear includes: all formal attire, high-heeled or beatle type boots, tight fitting pants, turtle neck shirts and sweaters and other irregular styles. Girls should wear suitable Church clothes, or their best I school clothes. Girls cannot wear extremely short mlni-sldrts or sundresses. The coordinators of the Con- tinuation excerclses are planning to make this adlgnlfled, meaning- ful affair and any students not conforming to the dress code will be sent home. Mr. Walter 0'Brien Sucha display of spirit is reminiscent happy' is the Chairman of an me com- 4 mittees on the different-aspects of ' 1' -' 1 ll ' ' Continuation. Mr. Phillip Hurley ' will be in charge of decorations for the dance, Mr. Jerry L. Smith -Va will provide decorations for the l 4 ' 1- f gym. Other faculty workers are 6 , 4 R Y 6 Mr. Don Schlup, in charge of us .4 . , A i if -E processional arrangements, and 'rs I Mr. Claude Gallegos, handling the T e . I refreshments. 'H Stu 6 f g - ii tem ffm" LaurleN0we f m the fe taped ,,, bitterxiyeelinla3321.331ndsnwerzgazzrilzivwrt 9th Qfkaxistw Although nfs ,ships and mac vt warmmn 3 Anderslm renting 685 . v many iriell dents who E3 H M A Robert xlo smke it the trout' 0' su' was steal- T ui iuv W' ww mi-out i bus- , - Qui gt. 0:0 in the vuflne schw X gs to Senior Said. students nenelnsaid that mpg 819626 We Gefbet - been , . rs e ov The b'lS"'mchve warmth ang 1 wir. Will't"' Mgecomiort WOW ima' 531'-0'5""a PM M soil, sa nat-on . A and an - l - - - to S0 Wil Do l 1 he P ni mv Scott estweafy feel- hi food' --Spirittla H as physwgd U QGVDWTYW mace to rtudents bong elven as We ealll' need 7 aiS9S from 5 d Coffee. and it WHS ' had thetl' P' ciGa'enS-Szct cwrdinatval the Studenixxzoaf the Pfnlecfih the W fQQ. more imvtfla, Sgpport for me 'fo ed moving :hen me 1 I 'igh Elias we re" 'QZZZW 'O 'REPS inside r"'il.,e we 1 ' s0"HoMo "-. Sm trikins display We 4 non ba' i rule I R 1 ,O me 5,8 3 successful It communica was no schw ex- SU Es demfsjgx interest alfcdsiiiigfs Bill any-1:35 shag mciierio liking," Ao connal CCEED f s , . i . - . D in additiondlaihg Downum' 2219- Zigsins the" Vxfxleii more d-1f"'g, IM1l:m'0'Ho'g3,l0"S are I Johnsmnniiliicy Lelsenimig' C Said Bm',.,lizeSrilw thanlmve '1go'c" fish' aZ?i"a'1c0i'li"'der I V . - g C , ,. . iiiiiild the intnxsgeufiian serviri xitlxzegs of SCYWOL fchafnmoleeafg' lead Essgth iglf., .inwas a 0 mms , it w yea' oyc"s"1p. TW ,,,ea"1 eo a' coffee and Sam scott' , In The s,:'0h11,g,':S ls ,us City I ommunicatmg. e......,.. .... ..i,.g.-..f,-..t.s . . in each 'B on, ,helrhs also r TJ. first, c make counci -signiican in some way n lb ai-ry Ko ace pk receh student. Council must be brought out of its shell ligne W nqpka I char Bed help I The and become a living part of the student body of ,ng-humghm, avian ,Ae t0bMa-Y I le lou which it is supposed to be representative, am he d, Page 9-lm ' Kaigffgl lor' ngtzphomore very optimistic about the new administration dam: 'gifs' guczlayers 1 wellweiai ir ' '1' d th E F llc Co1b::'f:ulLeni'1:'ag':ElcBh?::l. vdgyptllig :iimngiiiaizgeiiriiinlbmznyuiidmisiiztgattiiime igeznizgffzysrezff 511111152 'Gp I selects Nancy . ce, ruling. .rzcki fm Ha, Hvna, fee, I a Le - ' - he ' 10 Ro 5:13-ad W., 'rr r:"'.:.:":'.::1,"'.,.'z:.'fi.sauiztttarstzoti. fx? of gg? M 1 were CLD'-'HI hoist I ggmsf the serve to have. ,sc-D:eLlnc01,, aglleumifed 10, t I c00rd1n sen 0 manage Wide Activities: Junior clan president, Homecoming 3 g ot 125' Winch t Uleirg he I fhuslasmmlon. appfar the bl They chairman, Masonic Award winner. Outward Bound, L ood seaso: -- 3 Hhfly wongme ' lumps Wind ,he quazwe, pepfs or cvo pmiami. ig.. - 'U rims, I .1 Q ,en 5. Q I Hwhee, .Vafu - S' cks' .Wahl MAY 27, 1971 q sv' X 32",? I t . , S ...,., Z ww 2 z 4,1 is A"' i .," .-'-:1:'s2::.:--:gm :-:fm:19::k A ,i .r . .,., R , .,. if gm 5 X .M Q .. ,, C,.,-..-:,:t..v:.fs,-:-4::':im5553552125 ', . - - -"' ' ' v ' ' 1 .12.1:::-.wi-V--' 1,:E:1::e.a.g.. f s 5 ' 1 as , E zil T E :.:.V.:.::.l .,,,A,,,,.,., i D0 YOU REMEMBER? Do you remember? . . . the Lemon Lime? . . split session? . . . Breakfast in Franktown? . . . when Color Day used to mean Black Stallion movies in the auditorium? . . . Jenni Wiederspan's and Larry Bograd's braces? . . . squirtguns and superstuff? . . . 8th grade parties? . . . when no one knew Brian Waidmann? . . . 7th grade 2 week romances? . . . when Tony Bowler had short hair? . . . Vocations? . . . "Tell-Tale Toyshop" and crew? . . . when Mr. Hurley had Student Council? . . . Paul Hardy? or John Justice? . . . when boys used to make sugar scoops and pancake turners in metal shop? . . . the 'Y' . . . when Mike Dinner made his 9th grade Continuation speech? . . . ridingrthe bus to Greeley for baseball championships? . . . getting to wear culottes and sandals with socks after Color Day? . . . 'when Skip Clark was honorary chauf- feur, ' . . . Pledging? ' . . . Amici Sorores and Freshman Boys' Service club? . . . when Nancy Leisenring was a cheerleader? . . . Sophomore Orientation Dance? . . . when boys got their hair cut once a month? . , . . . Dr. Johnson, Mr. Rebell, and Miss Stancliff? . . . when Angie Shephard was Sophomore Class Secretary? . . . when Senior Hall had furniture in it? . . . when girls used to fake faint in back clothing rooms and lavs? . . . when Jim Sanwick broke his leg for the first time? . . . the old Pep club uniforms? . . . the "sock hops" held after school? . . . when we were called scrubs and got walked on by seniors? . . . when we didn't worry about college ac- ceptances? . . . when Bill Brinton wasn 't on council? . . . the Student Union and the juke box in the lunchroom? . . . when saddle shoes were the fad? . . . Batman? . . . when Mr. Anderson was straight . . . and had a job at TJ? . . . the anxieties of your firstdate? . . . when you got your license and got the car for the first time? . . . when all the boys wore white socks Knot just the jocksl? . . .when student teachers looked as old as the regular ones? . . . when Richard Jones drove a '63 Valiant? . . . when they said the Vietnam war would be over by the time we were old enough? . . . when we had pep tags every week? . . . Senior Ditch Day? . . . when Senior Prom and graduation were dreams, not realities? "" - , .,.. , ,,,. ,,,,v .. A far M 5 vi: --1 WE dp PAGE 3 A C X . . xwb Q, ,., we V S if . wwe' an , 'Z lg 1 ' "" 1 W of wx 4 V, , an 3 1 , , we et +C' G' "fi H ., 7 5 ff, XF? , z li N Willed: Peace and Love DAN ABER: to J. B., I will more free weekends, to P. G., watch out for weekends, to Dick, more T.L.C. with C. C., to Boo-Boo, all my Yogi Bear comic books, to S. R., Baseball Made Easy. LOUANNE ALBI: Horwitz and Pracko, more bananas and Christmas lights, Laura, my place in the teacher's lot, Steven and Plant Freak, the greenhouse, Sheeble McEnninley, another "Big Mama", to all, anything they want. BOBBI ALEXANDER: to J. S., I will a lifetime of happiness and a bunch of bushes, to J. K., a bed, to N. W., a snowangel, to B. G., a date, to B. S., a new zipper, and to R. B., a raccoon. CINDY ALLEN: to J. K., a first string pitcher, F. S., a blonde, blue- eyed guy, S. M., J. S. and a good senior year, H. C.'s, luck, Mr. Rich, four girls in lab, M. S., my friendship, S. G., paper and pen. SHARON ALLSUP: to Bruno, me and all my love, Barry, clothes of his own, Mr. Hays, a new "pride and joy", Linda and Debbie, a "jock friend" like mine, Tammie, Nancy and Alana, a lifetime supply of hamburgers, Janet, a car cover, Ann, the ,72 award, everybody, my friendship and memories. DEBBIE ANDERSON: to J. S., another swimming pool, to S. C. and G. B., happiness and a lasting friendship, Mr. Dutton, a new ding a ling, to Dave, a better tomorrow full of truth and love, to next year's Pom-Pom girls, my sympathy. JIM ANDERSON: Being of ex- ceptionally sound mind and body, I bequeath the following: to Steve Rydell, my philosophy, to Rick, a sprite enthusiast with 3500, to Mr. Anderson, ms one psychtrreligious cult complete with followers. KJESTI ANDERSON: to Mark, everything, even love, to Rena, John 3: 16, to Kathy O. and Drew, each other, to Janet, an eternal iris, to Mr. Schanker, Faith Matheny, a tear and a glass cover for your rose, and to Rich, a light. SANDY ARIKI: to Mr. Helander, more thanks than words can express, to Miss Fischer, an FTA as fun loving as we were, to D. H., a man, to M. W., our friendship forever, to P. S., D. J., J. C., AND P. B., only the best for a long time to come. . - KATHY ARNOLD: Ron, Welles and that special Baby Grand, Jill, The Sensuous Woman and the Glad Man, Green Weenie Girls, "The Phantom Strikes Again", B. K., my pity, Tracy, things gotta get better, Mike, some sugar. BECKY ASMUS: to D. D., fun with J. W., to S. A., luck in becoming a soph., to the Class of '72, finally being on top. KETHA ATKINSON: to Fat Ralph, madameis five year pass at Bo Peep's, to Sugar Bear, 16 ounces of whipped cream, cherries and naturally, coconut, to Ron, plenty of shrimp and Christmas cards, and to Jim, happiness always. SHELLY AUBUCHON : to Shepard, how to hem, to the lavs, ashtrays, to S. H., "will", to Kara, a nightmare, to Steve Hill, my English notes, to Jan, happiness, to Mr. Price, good luck, to Woodrum, three inches and our good and bad times, and to Sue, my clean record. PEGGY BANDSMA: to Sue, my friendship forever, and happy days at Stephens, to G. B., 100 signed hall passes and a jock, to Jan, my friend- ships always and a happy life with Jim, and to TJ a new school system and a uniting spirit for '72. KAREN E. BATTLE: to Debbie Hadad, best luck in everything, 150 note cards to J. G. and the "Academy", to Mrs. Cook, ditch day, to Mr. Huston, "Industry", Dan to Kay, and many thanks to those who helped make my high school career successful. A NANCY BAUER: to Kelly, two yearfs supply of T.P., to Colenblander, Key and Keyhole, Snoopy, to B.B.B., Harvey's airstrip, john with GW on it, to Jessie, Green Weenies, to Jill, Trace and Kathy, the Sinclair station. JEANNIE BAER: I, Sugar Bear, will to Ketha Atkinson the ability to own a VW, a box of pills and '????, to Rigell, one "small" bathtub without a fun bar of soap, to Mrs. Gruenler, "J", and to Mrs. Johnson, accident proneness. CAREN BAILIS: to Doug, a pot belly stove to keep his in, to Thurmon, June 5th, a pyromaniac and more T. C. points, to Dave, some funny af- tershave, to Nancy, matches Cfirelg to Moses a Finger Infatuation Game and my dear cousin, and to Larry, a telephone. BILL BALL: to Roxanne, another class with Mr. Egg, and the best of luck always, to Steve, a pair of skies, that glass of water and a lot of fun this summer, to Jim G., a pair of sideburns and a lesson in ?, and to Jim B., a lot of good times with Patty. ROC BEAVER: to Dave, my U- Boat, my woodpecker holes, to Chick, 30 feet of snow, to Maureen, I will Fred, to Sharon, I will Hermann, and to everybody else, 0din's wisdom and guidance. LEOLA BENN: to Desyria Stan- dard, a bunch of nice looking young dudes, to Annette Entzminger, a life time of Ruben Lee's, and to Ethal Harrison, I leave all money of lc. Good Luck. DAVID T. BERGEN: to A. U., I leave my keys, and to Randy I give him all his insults back. JEFF BERINGER: to Batton, new lungs, to Rodge loz and cough medicine, to Mr. Myers, thanks a lot, to Chuck, a job, to John, Boulder's best, to Laurie, another V.W., to Chris, love, to school, later on, to Mr. Wurtz, all my forgeries, to Mrs. McLaren, marijuana awareness kit, Quack, Quack! NORMAN BIAR: I will to Ginny, a physiology degree, to Shad, a 9.5, Gary, some muscles, Jeff, a 1:57, to Steve, some lungs, Rod, a movie camera and some spring, to John, some speed, Dave and Linda, a good time, Jim, good luck in anything he does, and to TJ, a high jumper. DAVID BITTLE: to Debbie An- derson, a year's supply of bird food, another trip to Gunnison just like the other one, a pair of see through flannels for your next trip and a chance at a third time. CINDY BLAKELY: to Mag and Che, a pink Dr. Seuss cake, to Lola, answers to all our questions, to Mutt and Jeff, each other, to Che, a ques- tion, to J. F. and D. R. my friendship, to the squads, Texas friendships and our prayer, to M. W., "Hope", Prom '70, and the Flower Pot, to B. W., his own underwear, to J. H., my un- derstanding, to M. B., a vet and hap- piness, to Mrs. Hyman, thanks for your patience, R. H., 06-2034, W. W. anything she wants, but most of all a friendship! , RAMONA BLAKEY: to Stephanie, Joe, Cindy, California, Larry and Bob, a balloon, Deb, all the "guys: my 'cele' " blue jeans, A. W. on her 18th, Tim, happiness, Mick, another day in Loveland, right side of the street, Gloria, a Porsche. PETER BLANEY: to Sharon C. I leave you B8zH, to Mr. Hays, my coffee pot, to Grace I leave a rubberband and some balsawood, and to Mr. Geiss I leave a subscription to the National Review. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTS LARRY BOGRAD: I leave a winter's day, a summer rain, know- ledge and a companion to those in need, satisfaction and loneliness to those who need no more. PATTY BOARDMAN: to Debbie, a bit T, a nice roommate and happiness, to Ramona, raisins and a scrapbook of "Love is . . .", to Jane, a man in five years, and to Phil, the world. BARRY BOUNDS: to all the sur- vivors of this Rat Race, all the dust that I've collected in these 12 years. TONY BOWLER: to my un- derclassmen, the knowledge that they have the power to do anything, to Pam, more compassion, to Lynn, the same, to Andy, an apology, to Farks, eternal friendship and my love, and Power to the People. NELL BOZEMAN: to Jackie, Wow! thanks, more than words can say, Rena, tranquility and hang in there, Beth, pickles, gum, memories, Bruce, thanks for being, Betsy, wings to fly home, to all my friends, smiles, laughter and happiness. DEBORAH BRADLEY: to Karen, I leave a facts book, to Terri, besides all the time she wants with Mick, nothing, to Kenny, dog yummies, to Jon, a book on coordination, to Craig, the self pity he wants. RICHARD BRENNEMAN: to Mr. Wurtz, a trash can of cigarette butts and a closet full of roaches, to Mr. Dorsett, a captain Kangaroo T-shirt and tape recorded laughter, and to the students, weeds to dig during the summer. JUDY BROTHERS: to Mike, our last summer, to Linda, buggers and hope of next year turning out as great as this year, to Tom and Betsy, many more close calls for all of us, to Mr. Bly, a new assist after PM married, tto your sonlg to Nancy, a different excuse for interrupting, to Mari, its only the beginning, and to Curt, patience twith "know-it-all" and your next two years at TJ.l GLORIA BROWN: to Linda, my "how to get out of a Volkswagen" manual, to Carlotta, Spaayadd, Debbie, a 10' Tacoreeda, Madden Margo, my Astrology Can be Fun book, to the members of the lonely hearts club, my presidency. KATHY BREWER: Baby beefies, oatmeal, rubber bands, balloons, a new door, oranges, 130 pieces of chicken, 30 stolen rolls, sad notes, crum jokes, kazoos, green army shorts, whipped cream, Easter grass, memories, regrets, take what is yours. TOM BRZEZICKI: to Dave, night on the town in Greeley, I'll drive, to Dan, 145 feet, to Larry, six of bud, bag of popcorn, and a good movie, Mr. Day, my thanks, to Jeannie, as much of my time as she can stand. DAN BUNCH: I do hereby bequeath: to Big Mike, a boomerang discus,-to Big Lews, many happy tra, tra. trasz to Kills, my neighbor and a lot of luck: to Brez, remember a "stitch in time saves nine." MARTY BUNCH: to Mr. Zim- merman, a copy of Mein Kampf, to Mr. Wurtz, a nose fitting tar guard, to the people in the parking lot, a full time body repairman, and to my chick, happiness. SUE BUNT: I will, to Ralph, a bunch of thanks for the good times we've had this year and for keeping Chars., to Jon, I will a lifetime of Harn arn's'I, to Kay, brains. SUSIE BURKEY: to Jill, a tan this summer and thanks, to Skip, a contest, to Suzanne, a man for all seasons, to Jay, your own phone to fight on, to Jackie, a birthday present, to Joe, 10.0 and a word, to Gurian, a job. ROBIN JILL BUXTAN: I hereby declare that all men are created. I hereby nominate man to live, In the event it is necessary to appoint a guardian for the said humanity, it is my wish that hope and desire should so be appointed. LINDA CALVERT: to Barb, luck and patience, Miss Maffitt, the best and lots of stationery, to new H. Cfs, hard work, patience and first place, to T. M., M.B. '?, toSharon, good luck, to M. M., a new bicycle, and to C. H., "Blusher" unsurmountable summer. MARK CAMPBELL: to Swanso, happiness, to Lori, more productions, memories, to Drew, Sue, to Goober, Rich, to Mr. Schanker, thanks and admiration, to Kabird, a copy of True Love, to Kjesti. another stage, and to the stage, another Kjesti. JANE CARTER: to Miss Hill, one pair slightly used riot shoes and a champion dancer pin, to Beth, three used casts, to D. H., her current beau, to Paul, friendship, to C. V., what isn't. . . yet. STEVE CARNAR: to Miss Ethridge, a breakfast in Franktown, to Jim, satisfaction of an irresistible force, to Lori, freedom, to Bob, a straight head, to Margaret and Wendy, a nice trip, to Mr. Day and Mr. Geiss, thanks, and to Senior baseballers, another day off. SUSAN CHANDLER: to Jane, her Jew, to V. S., the presidency, to P. S., the city one mile record, to Mr. Gilmore, another me next year, to Mr. Mac, ten piano players and my grin, and to H. S., thanks for teaching me to love literature. JIM CHESSEN: to Pete C., busy work and teachers to match, to Mr. Miles, a good tennis team, to J. J., a woman and a cycle, to Don, drums, golf lessons and pool cues, and to Kathy, good student teachers. NANCY CHILDRESS: to Robin, David and thanks for turning grey skies blue, to Sheri, a friend to help you take Sabby "home" in June, to Mr. Bly, a geranium, an airplane, more seniority and thanks, and to friends, memories. HOWARD CLARK: to Micki S., five cases of beer, to Nancy L., half a dozen kids, and to Jamie P., long hair, con- stant smile and a longer lunch hour. CELESTE COLBURN: to "Mutt," secret squirreling, B. W., to "Jeff," insurmountable summers, to R.W., K, N., to B. C., J. F., to M. M., Vail weekends, to Jim, victory, to Michi, thesaurus, to Cheerbombs, Texas, to R. C., skiing, to Mindy, sneezes, to Frizzel, head cheerbomb, to B. K., H20 miles", surprises, championships, anything and anyone you want. MARTI COLENBRANDER: to K. B., a get away car, boings, to Vick, a French tutor, the phantom, to J. D., another turtle, to Bomb tBumJ, Con. Sanders, empty bowling alleys, to R. R., a golf partner, a trip to Sheboggon, to Grace, Arapahoe Police, a kiss in public, and to J. M., Hot Lips, a bowl of cherries. MARK COLLINS: to Mr. Gilmore, the JJ and mc2 team, to Dick, Mama Mexico's Joe, AA card, to Mark, a golf game within 10 strokes of me, to Bob, Marty Wayne, a female student at MIT, to Randy, Alan Molk, and to Mike the Rookie, a job. RICK COLLINS: to "The Rogue", a room in Oak Creek, to C. P., extra ski boots for extra space-outs, to "Har- ding", my secret and lasting love, to R. K. and K. N., all the stash in Senior Hall, to J. B., another fun filled year, and to "Board", the gas station and "Tommy M." NANCY CONDIT: to Mr. Mac., eyes, to Mr. Anderson, faith, to Mr. Bly, a tan?'?, to Mr. Dutton, a pinch, to Kay, fairer judgment and happiness, to T. L., albums and a fantastic year at CSU, to Karen, thanks, and a date with Randy, and to L. A., a keg, CSDD, ML plus U. 3 In PAGE 6 JEFFERSON JOURNAL WE WILL, BUT THEY WON'T BOB CONNERY: to Collins, a book on the correct spelling of philosophy, to junior class, beware of Marty and Bob, to Mr. Nicholson, 100 of the world's worst jokes: to Randy, a cat's pelt, to Larry, a coat of robin feathers, and to everyone else, ROTS A RUCK. CAROLYN CORY: to Roonie, an Irish Setter, a cow, a house, to Mr. A., thank you, to Dale, something of world "importance", to Ann, an Hun" Belmont, to Patti, a sign making kit, giant closet, to Rus, a rock, and to Linda, a hot fudge sundae. CARL CROSS: to Mr. Nicholson, a book "How to pun effectively", to Mr. Rich, a frictionless piston, to Mr. Gilmore, a book, "Chemistry is Fun", to Don S., a G.I.R.L., to Floyd C., Cold Duck, and to Cary V., a Cessna 150 with keotane. SANDY COURTNEY: to Jim, a swimming pool, to Debbie, a bird and ia bottle of shampoo, to Greg, an end to our B.S., and L., to Mr. Dutton, a great ski season, and to Connie and Richard, good luck. KEN COTTRELL: to all living beings, Life! May the future bring us the truths that will give our lives worth. Remembering, however, that the worth one gets from life depends solely on oneself, to Mr. Myers, remember "the single secret." PETER CROWLEY: to Jill, inefficiency and love, to Debra, a pet jellyfish and a nice Jewish boy, to Jeff, Europe, a black "Boy's Store" Por- sche, to Sue, P.C.C. at C.C., a resignation, to Little Bill, my ad- miration and a piton for the ivy walls, to Milo, all of my uncried tears and thanks, to Brian, your uniqueness, and to Geiss, a moral abortions SPENCER CUTTING: El todo escuela condenarse En serio, todo mi amor por Kathy. JON R. D'ARCY: to Baline, Sally, to Sue, love, to Justice and Taton, thanks, to my friends, memories, to Larry, Kathy, to Diane, James Taylor, to Boo-Boo, free wine, and to Peace, a chance. DEBBIE DAVIDSON: to Lynda, all her boy troubles and Craig, to Deana, a ring for every day, to J. W., a big surprise, to B. A., a final decision, and to L. S., a place up there. JANE DAVIS: to ROTC, a year's supply of tennis shoes so your marching won't interrupt first hour classes across the hall, and to the greenhouse, 2,000 preying mantises to keep the aphid population under control. LYNN DAVIS, to Rich G., God: to Mark C., love, to Lori, compassion, to Kathy O., mountains, to John Mc., stage artwork, to Kurt, security, to Mike G., hope, to Kjesti, my dreams, to Mr. Schanker, thanks, and to stage jocks, all and everything with my love and illusions, thank you. SUZANNE DAY: to Susie, a gold star for great attendance, to Jill, a problem, to Mr. Marsh, another "Suzanne Seniorv to pester, to Lola, her OWN "book" in plain and simple language, to Lisa, ability to teach the naive, and to Tom, my sarcasm. DEBBIE DESSELLE: to Mr. McGregor, my talented voice, to Mr. Page, all my ungraded typing papers, to T. S. and J. W., all office jobs fthe switchboardl, to Cindi, next year's Pep club uniform, and to 1972 seniors, best of luck. KURT DOUGLAS: to Mr. Marsh, a smile, to Mr. Hughes, a new baseball hat, to Mrs. Burbank, another table one like us, to K. B., a new leash, to Mr. Anderson, a razor, and to Cindy, a boyfriend who heels. MARY DOWD: to Terry Jenni, a faster bike and a new razor, and to Kathy Nevans, 2,000 pounds of sand for the next rain. DEBBIE DUGGAN: to Joan and Greg, more Friday nights, to Paul, a smaller mouth, to Diana, my great looks, to Denise, gum, to Mike, the "perfect" girl, and to Gary, a thousand pars, love and me. DIANA DUGGAN: to Gary, hiw own Shelby, to Debbie, measurements like mine, to Paul, a little bit of honesty, to Yvonne, room 17, to Mike, white "jockH socks, and to D.S., my love. JERI EGHOLM: to J. M.B., remembrances of something we missed, to B. C. K., my battlesnips and pencils, to Kay, the freedom of a bird with all the happiness, Mr. Lallo, a group of sane students, to Don, a guardian "angel" wearing honeysuckle, and to Karen, everything cute. JOHN ELVERUM: to the boys in the lav, ashtrays, to R. Kennedy, hair, to Dr. Motz, more Latin scholars, and to the school, ambition to overcome the apathy. KATHY ELZI: to Tony, a ticket to California, to Betsy, a rollaway bed, to Brad, my highest compliments, and to Sport, enough time to do everything you want to - then the ability to share it with someone. ANNETTE ENTZMINGER: to Denise and Kenny, luck, and a prosperous basketball career, to Larry, a Temptations record and a basketball, to P. P. G.'s, luck next year, and to Tina, a new guy. ANNE ERNST: to A. W., strawberries and chopped nuts, to S. T., a plumber and J. C. G. for always, to D. L., R. S. and a daquiri, and to Madge and Biwi, a keg of Bacardi, PAM FLORA: to Miss Belgrade, a talkative first hour class, to D. G., Henrietta's twin, to D. M., my Galeria Hispanica and a Spanish dictionary, and to J. G., all the luck in the world. LARRY FORD: to all those who venture into Mr. E's class, a baseball bat, to Dave Kinsey, my hockey stick, and to Torr. Brzezicki, my mathematical skills. DEB FRAZIN: to the people who occupy my thoughts most I will pistachios, Sunkist oranges, Steve Miller, Jefferson Airplane and friend- ship, and to the person who occupies my thoughts most, I will a goy. . LARRY FULLER: to Jon, a new 'car with no dents, to John, a Jaguar with a keg of Hamm's in the back, to Jill, something to peel that hard boiled egg, and to my nephew Mark who always said, "Gee, Uncle Larry, it sure does pay to drive a Volkswagen," I leave Kathy Brewer. JAMES GAEDE: Being of body and sometimes mind, tas Ted Olsen and Mr. Gilmore soon discoveredi, leave to this forsaken school, the true and sincere wish for warm and peaceful brotherhood among its members. MIKE GERBER: to Curt, good health, and to Judi, happiness. BUZZ GILMAN: to Boo Boo, my collection of Yogi Bear comics and winged feet, to Mr. Epstein, my old sandals, to Spacie Gracie, a leer jet, to Joe, better grades, and to Carol D., about three feet. MIKE GOLDFEIN: to Rick, a chance to kiss something besides a cheek and a renewed green thumb, to Mike, a good one in the key of G and a magnifying glass and some tweezers for tuning, to Brad, a four year scholarship to the Milwaukee School of Beer Tasters, and to Joe, more homemade orange juice. SARA GOTTENBORG: to JMH, a green thumb and positive thinking, to JCH, a warm sunrise and tennis lessons, to Debbie, Loveland without any red, to Nancy W., a yellow rose, to Adrienne, a filing cabinet, to Judy M., a smile, to Ann, acey-deucey and c.c. cookies, and to Mr. Santi, ear plugs. SUE GRAHAM: to P. B., a telephone, to C. A. and T. O., friendship MAY 27'1971H JEFFERSON JOURNAL PAGE 1 I a ' U I and happiness, to D. O., C. F., and R. H., I never promised you a rose garden, and to Dougie, a wheelbarrow. JEFF GRAUNKE: to Mike fthe rookiel, an abacus, to Toad, someone to play "Cooper" with, to Boo Boo, thanks for the splinters, and to Jean- nine, thanks for the wonderful moments, and my future will keep you with all my love. DALE GRAY: to Carlson, blueberry cigars, a golden spitoon, to Shelly, a cabbage patch, to Steph, animal crackers, to Mark, lucky tabroom mistake, to Mama Kerr, Jack and squad, Riepe, unused ashtray, to Uncle Eldon, animatter, to Tipps, 5,261 handshakes, to W. R., D. B., J. A., K., G., J., to Ted, bricks and mortar, and to Jon, new car. DOROTHY GREENE: to C. R., Tom, toPam, the bestof luck, and to D. S. and L. R., a rip in a UFO and a journey into the future. LORI GREENFIELD: to Thur- mon, a Ctah-cohb on tpah-lm suhn- dayl, to Mark, a paddle boat and a grapevine, to Care, Thur, Lynn, Kare, Evergreen and Urban Renewal, to Karen, the H. B.'s, to Kathie O., a red hot poker, to Mr. Mac, my eyes, to Jocko, Jockwa, to Bruce, DO IT AGAIN, and to Mr. Schanker, page 84. DOUG GRELK: to Eromlis Nodle, a bunch of K. Tfs Darn Nerds, to Don Swimmer, a pizza bush that will grow year round, to C. Cross and C. Veith, a t'VW", to Dale Gray, 10 rolls of pic- tured T.P., and to TJ, nothing. JANE GROVES: to R. H. and M. B., happiness, to Calvin, fruited planes, to Ron, success, to Curt, continued individualism, to Dougo, friendship, speakers, wood, to Un- derdog, "uniqueness" at York, to Becky, Texas, to Cocky and Cath, everything, to Denny, lunch, to Karol, tours, to Chris, achievement, and to Lee, banquets. JACKIE GUENTHNER: to Judie, a downtown parking place, to Jan, a ticket to the Indy 500, to Vicki, freedom from paying fees, to Mr. Jackson, a good sense of direction, and to Mary, Zapple. MIKE GUERTNER: to Jeff, a better phony pony, to Mr. Sorensen, the truth about the convention, room 214, to Gary an 18 I.D. to get him through the summer, to Ed a CAR and new tune-up kit, and to Bob, 8 more quarts. JEROME S. HAAN: I, Jerry Haan, hereby will Mr. Jozwick my fantastic art talent - use it for the good of the class. LYNN HALLAM: to Boo Boo Hughes, two pair of TJ gym shorts the wears them out fastb, to Ron, a bottle of Curt Free, to Phil, a pogo stick, and to Gunther, a teddy bear. DEBBIE HANNON: to Cindy Miller, freedom from her parents and forever lasting happiness with Mike, to myself, horses, and most of all Bill to come home and marry me, and to Debbie Herold, a new boyfriend. DEBBIE HADAD: to Ramona, raisins, Colo. Blvd., to Dings, a beautiful life, thanks, to Karen, yogurt, the best of everything, to Jane, that certain someone, -50, to Patty, college and degree, to Mr. Myers, Mr. Miles and Mr. Schanker, my most sincere gratitude and admiration, to Miss Fischer, breakfast out, someone who talks less, snitzy, thanks, to Mrs. Falterman, thanks, and to Mr. Santi, an assist who assists. GINGER HATCH: to Huey, Broadmoor trips, to Margaret Warren, another face to add to your other two, to Pappas, a Greek orgy, to Camille, a mean streak and friendship forever, to Robbie, a prom night, and to TJ, a new image. LORRAINE HARTNELL: to Beth, folded potato chips and number four, to Jan, a new uniform and St. Andrew's man, to Cindy, Butch's Breezeway Ski Run, and all the best, to Sally, Best Future Botanist Award, and to the librarians, a book on popularity. STEVE HENDERSON: to Doug, a better deal, to Broome, an open mind, to Kathy, Marc, to Sandy, a good front, to Shelly, a good hit to keep going, and to Kenny J., a can of deodorant for your room. GEORGE E. HINKLE: to Fae, happiness, to Mr. Geiss, a 250-lb. line, to Buck, poverty, to Trick, good vibes, and to TJ, awareness. LAWSON HISE: to ROTC, I leave everything I have received, and to the school, I leave nothing, which is just what I have received. JENNY HOCKOM: to Mary, a better boyfriend, to Cindy, a long dress that she won't trip over, to Tom, some peyote buttons, and to Mr. Huston, a new body. MARK HOGG: to John, a six pack of Hamm's disguised as 7-Up, to Grelk, Brewer, to Jill, hard boiled egg, to Randy, nothing tangible, to Dave, a year's supply of razor blades, to Collins, who said, "Gee, Uncle Mark, it sure pays to drive a Volkswagen," I will my entire fortune, and to Eldon, a donkey. JEFF HOLDEN: to Mike, Rita: to Sorensen, plugs: to Jeff, Barbara: to Gary, a new VW, to Tom, Robin, to Jerry, a joke book, and a kiss for Bob, I mean! JAN HORNER: to Robin, "Bab- bits" for whatever burns her hands, to Bill, my chem notes, to Mr. Myers, my purple typewriter keys and more mail, to Sara, a double dip peppermint thang onb, and a Walkie-talkie Cpreferably goldb. MIKE HORWITZ: to next year's NFL, a trip to Mexico, to the VHR, a permanent stamp on everybody's wrist, to Paich, first in debate and Ceventuallyl your dadis business, to Friedman, selectivity, to Mumey, nonchalance, to Jane, a ride, to Linda, trophy polish, and to Miss Kasdorf, thanks. ROBBIE HOWK: to Steve, our bucket full of raindrops, to Mary, a true artist, life happiness, and a new pair of feet, to Ginger, a first time, to Greg, a face to match the other two, to J ozwick, another St. Patrick's Day, to Cas, thanks for the smiles, and to Deb, a great pilot. ANN HOWLAND: to Mr. Miles, history trivia, to Debbie, gum, to Sara and Jan, cookies, to Carol, paints, to Miss Belgrade, returns, to Mr. Rich and Mr. Gilmore, more patience, to Mr. McLaughlin and Miss Fischer, thanks, and to YHTAK, Baker. LYNDA ICKIS: I will to Sin a marriage to whichl hope to be a part-! To Klenzo, a great life, love and a hankie! To Gin, some pills. To Annette, a great art career and a R. L. BRAD INMAN: to Mike Pappas, a scuba diving outfit complete with spear gun, to Ford, a Porsche and a deck of cards, to Joe, a decent back-uprise hand, to Danny, a winning poker hand, to Cin all my love, forever. TERRY JENNI: Ed, a oneway ticket to Aardvark, Okla. and a pair of large stilts, Rock, a leading roll in John Wayne's latest movie, "Sands of Hanoi," Sorensen, Oscar for best actor in "Death of a Salesman." JIM JENNISON: to Uncle Willy, chocolate coated I.U.D., Margy, all my woofers, Kay, everything despicable, S.S.D., anything she wants Cme?J, Mr. Anderson, some false teeth, Mr. Lallo, a good concert. PAGE 8 JEFFERSON JOURNAL MAY27'1971 I H e re b y Wi I I LINDA JEWELL: to Mike, an investment in real estate through Koelbel and Co. and the threesome relationship Mr. Bly already thought we had, to Karen, the "bluecoat", a long remembered childhood and my love, to Judy, summers and smiles, to the Twins, my first night of striped walls, to Nancy, memories of the past four years and an alarm clock, to Lauri and Mr. Bly, genetics!!! WOODY JOHNSON: to Whitey, graduation and a number one rating next year, to the administration and office, a new drug list, Buddha and Griff, a pinball machine that doesn't tilt. JOE JONES: to Mr. Gilmore, the J.J. and MC2 team, to Mr. Epstein, new hiking boots, Bob and Marty, togetherness, Big I-lalzy, two ping-pong balls and a flounder, Rich, a haircut, MC2, Rich's hair, Dal, Dippity-Do, Judy, stilts. RICHARD JONES: John M., S115 for me, Tom D., a black tuxedo for his big bomb plus lots of chrome, Jim S., the stewardesses, and Connie all my love and happiness forever. TOM JONES: to all the coaches I've played for, my thanks for all the truly good times in sports, Good luck to every departing senior, Friendship to TJ, happiness to all the teachers and friends I've known. DANIEL KAL: Al, my job from Uncle Moe, R. G., a tall drink of water, Wap, my cousin Bernie, MC2, my Physics knowledge, Donna, my Denver accent, Buddy, 19,000 miles, Woffie, my suntan in California. ROBIN KAL: to Muff, all the A's I didn't get, Nancy, Danny, Shari, Orion, Captain, six pounds of strychnine, Cindy, balloons, animal crackers, someone special and luvies, and to Steve, courage to face it all, happiness and love forever. SHERRI KAL: Jeff, cap gun, one "good" hour, our secrets and plans, Donna, better plans, wash. post, Sue, more New Year's Eves, Marc, you're lucky they fit, Bob, my feet, Marilyn, I'd rather fight than switch, Gayle, continued afternoon outings, Danny, chimpanzee, Jason, jar. GINI KARAVITES: Chris Gage, ribbons to tie around her knees so she won't be bowlegged, Lynda Genovese, a diploma, Laurie and Beth, a year's supply of passes. RANDIE KATCHEN: to Steve, another night like April 23, and all my love to Stuart. JEANNIE KELLY: to Tracy and Kathy, the past in the future, to Jill, John, to Nancy M., the present forever, to Nancy B., the beams always, to Terri, "someone", to Cindy and Fran, beer bellies, to Bobbie and Jim, hap- piness and understanding, to Pep club, memories, to Red Cross, boys, to Ron, success in whatever you do, to Lynn, Barry, Bill, Phil, Jim and Ron, a b-ball championship, and to everyone, the happiness to greet each day with a smile. FRANCESCA KING: Christy and Sheila, hope that our friendship grows: to Marc, all my love forever and maybe, again, us, Larkin, a chance to grow up! to Devvie, somebody like Marc, to Duane, happiness and the summer. DAVID KINSEY: I will Bunch 160 feet, Gail, happiness, Mr. Golder, 100 quarts of Gatorade, Mr. Day, thanks, Brzeck and Jeannie, Brzezicki and Jeannie, best of everything, Sarah, the best of life, happiness, everything beautiful, Dan and Mar, good luck. GARY KOPPL: to Sara, a plane ticket to Mexico, to TJ, for all that you gave me, to Mrs. Rosh, lots of laughs, to conservatives, a good bird, a parrot, to Lynn C., some ego, to Brad and Co., some marvel comics, to all the people, the little spot in your mind that says it's funny, may grow and grow. DAVID KRIEGER: to Gayle, a couple of more smiles, and a lot of understanding, Miss Graham, my thanks for the "fun" years, Miss Hartnell, all the luck for the future 'cause the math class wasn't much help, Jan A., peace. CHUCK LAURSEN: NFL a wooden cuspidor, Jack, Bob, Cole, Rick, 3 million pollution cards, the Beautiful People, love, Uncle Harry, success, M. Pierson, a 12 foot guillotine, Mark, a banana, Tom, four wheels, TJ, a future, Judi, me. NANCY LEISENRING: Andy, no second semester seniors, Skip, 3-5, his own track, Jamie, Patience, her or- phanage, happiness, Miss Hill, all school shows, to those in need, a smile and thanks to those who have been my friends. DEBBIE LEO: A. W., fresh creme and a spoon! S. A., the "42" award, M. M., hot pants forever! A. I-l., a freckle, T. L., runnerup for "72", a promise for "73", N. S. and B. V., hamburgers! J. H., good times in California. TAMMY LEVINE: to N. C., the sundance kid forever, Mr. A., better luck next year, L. D., a drive-in every weekend, P. N., more time with J. W., S. A., the "72" award, the hamburgers, all the hamburgers in the world. DANNY LEE LLEWELLYN: to Bunch, the best of luck with the CSU chicks, to Scott, the biggest bear on the continent, to Patty, I leave Dennis, to Peggy, I leave Roxanne and a telephone, to the school, a big hole in the ground in which it belongs. JIM LIVELY: to the track team, one decathlete, to D. Coffery, more interesting conversations, to Norm, Julie, Dave and Linda, all the luck possible, and to all my teachers, more attentive students. RON LOEB: I leave a queen to Bob, a harp to Rich, my sweater to Mr. Schanker, and my big brother to anyone who will take him. GLORIA LUETZEN: I will Jane lots of happiness in the future, M. O., all my love, Mr. Jackson, my German dictionary and my younger brother for two more years, and Adrianne and Elyse, my friendship. MARK LUSKY: to M. F., more understanding and a bottle of Excedrin to help swallow "olives", to B. W., a serene rest home with its own printing press, to J. B., a smaller ego, to this school, help! 3 JACQUES MACHOL: to Mr. Myers, a razor, Mrs. Vetesk, a speech course, Mr. Eggelston, a banana, Miss Countey, a wavy line, Mr. Greenwood, a megaphone, Mr. Gilmore, S5 to replace all lab equipment, and to TJ, a kegger. ERIC MALMBORG: to Uncle Al, hope for the future, Kathy Ogren, Jerry Bernstein, Louis, thanks and a per- manent late pass, Lori, a new oboe reed, Kay, sincerity, and to TJ, lots of red tape. GEORGE MANSFIELD: to Mc- Callin, California, Bill and Donna, badly needed tennis lessons, Mr. Freerksen, the EEL, Bruce, Nixon, K. H., the YAF, Marshall, a staring partner, and thanks to my friends. JILL MARSHALL: to Marti, one navel-cling, Kathy and Tracy, many memories and best always, Mark, one large closet with a Xmas tree, Cathy and Wayne, a large rear view mirror, John, a penny for an idea, a box of alligators, a blue shirt, Tues. af- ternoons and two down, four to go, and a schmuggle. MARGARET MARSHALL: to D. L., the Draft House and M.C., A. W., the "1972" Award and Mexico, A. E., MAY 27, 1971 JEFFERSON JOURNAL PAGE 9 Estes Park and Carnations: S. T., Cokes and resistance: M. W., a redhead: S. A., nothing you have Bruno: and to B.B., a blue 427 Vette, Marquette, Fischer Presidents, and all my love. RITA MARSHALL: to John, a better white thumb: G. S., less logic and better proportion because you want it and don't need it: Debbie, the will power to quit while you're ahead, and to G. P., someone who will get mad. TOM MARSHALL: to Mr. Gilmore, more witty students: Grace, an easy test: Lowan, a sharp pencil: Morgan, punishment: to Mr. Hughes, my regrets for being too nice. BOB MAY: to Miss Ethridge, breakfast in Franktown: Mr. Wurtz, a can of beer: Boo Boo, a young American League team: Jim, the physically impossible: Steve, a wife: W. S., a lid: and to Mr. Myers, Mr. Redic, Mr. Golder, thank you. BILL MCCLEARN 1 to Waidmann, a lover: to the underclassmen, another Ernst: to Kortz, a loss: to Dinner, a win: and to Nanci, one C19 class A. suit, type: shining armor, which fits only me. NANCY McPHERSON: to Marti, her own bathtub: Nancy, a year's supply of root beer: L. F., no more luaus: Section 8, ??: K. B., retaliation: Jess, security: Jeanne, a pitcher, and to Dan, a winning argument. GARY MESCH: to Gras, a list of the Ten Commandments and three score cards: to the "D" twins, a bottle with a candle and a box of bubble bath: to Brian, some hair, and to Wolfmans- field. a razor. KAREN MESSINGER: to Mick and Terri, a long and happy life together: Deb, lots of fun times: to Steve and Jan, another fantastic beauty contest, and to Craig, a mind of his own. ANNE MOORE: to Carolyn, luck that she may find the he or it she hopes for: Sue, a free coupon for all the possible dog shots, and to Nancy, my mirror even though it has a crack in it. CINDY MILLER: to Debra Han- non, an everlasting relationship with Bill and an apartment with me for at least a year: and to Mike, bless all the insulators in the world and his life with me. STU MILLER: Boredom, apathy, and censorship, because my intention will never be printed. And to my nephew Harold, who often said, "Gee, Uncle Max, it sure pays to owna VW," I will my entire fortune of turkish opium. JOHN MILLS: to Scott Pickle, a date with the chick from Ault, Colo. again: to Terry J., a new front end: to Mary Dowd, likeness towards me, and to Rick Jones, S15. BRAD MUGLESTON: to all double X chromosomed people, an anatomical juxtaposition of two orbiovlaris oris muscles in a state of contraction: and to English teachers, a senior class that likes research papers. BETH MUNDELL: to all Johnson Jollies, a life membership with 4-H: to Match, thanks: Rain, her "dream freak": Sue, all her Daves: Jan, everything good: Eric, a life size poster of Bryce, and to TJ, lots of help. MAUREEN MUNDT: to Terri and Cindy, patience with each other: Linda, happiness: Sharon, strength and perseverance: Miss Fischer, a more dutiful treasurer: Sarge, retirement from .... : and to Pam, m.d. f.: t.b.o.e.i.t.w. PAUL NABORS: to the flying ace, 1 15k. gold P47: Col. M., a solid gold Mike M.: and I leave TJ - forever. PAM NELSON: to English, an autographed copy of HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND REMAIN HUMBLE: M. M., 400 zillion screaming brats: Judie, Pickle and Friends, L.O.L.A.L.: senior HC's, charming memories, and to Shakespeare scholars, personal copies of Bardy's Bawdy. CONNIE NEVILLE: to Richard Jones, all my love and a car fast enough to suit him. DICK NIELSON: to Connie, my subscription to Mad: Mr. Jackson, the German book I swiped: Mr. Gnadt, the typewriter I swiped: Kal, Jones and Gilman, Roy Rodriguez: Collins, a stronger stomach, and to Sharon, my room at CSU, a honeymoon in Tuba City. TERRI OBERG: to Cindy, JFK boys and more good times: Jeannie, never ending fun: Sharon, a great senior year and Stanford: new Pom- Pom girls, luck and friendship: HC's, straight lines and 1st place: Sarge, trouble: Bob and Crisi, spare gas tank: and to Mr. Rich, unbreakable lab equipment. TED OLSEN : to Jack. a vellow hi- lighter: Mark, boxing gloves: Paul, blisters: Roy, an Iowa debate case: Linda, lots of love and a 36-hour day, and to Funny Lady and 125, many thanks. JAN PAGLIASOTTI: to Nancy, an alarm clock to help both of us up: Miss Hill, someone with Mr. Zimmerman Second hour, a new eraser, a can full of rubber bands, and lots of luck finding an assist to replace me. MIKE PAPPAS: to Rick S., a copy of Goldfein's fairy tales and more flag planting: M. G., better imagination: my brother, luck: both Inmans, long marriages: Alcorn, call me an am- bulance: Lori V., a pair of glasses, and to TJ kids, maturity and un- derstanding. GAIL PARKER: to "D" girls, a little luck and lots of money: S. S., a few more broken promises and many more to live on: Betsy, lots of dates from a guy from Wash., land to Rita, a celebration on June 12. JAMIE PATTERSON: to N. A., for understanding, believe in Bob, give him love: N. L., with understanding, trust in Scott, thanks always: Angie, be happy, in Juniper, patient: Skipper, 365 lun- ches from CSU to Mesa: Kingsley, doctor's kid, and to K. J., remember. SUE PAYNE: to Sherri, the mailhouse and more fun Thursday nights!! Donna, Swenson's and W. W. forever: to Jill, less efficiency, as you've disappointed us, coffee at Ken's, the Bobbsey Twins and thanks for everything: to Peter, a creep and a weirdo, fun skiing, and good luck with your job: David, a fun senior year, and don't let little things get you down: to all my friends, good luck and value happiness above everything else. TERRI PAYNE: to J. P., I leave three new toes: Mick, all my love: K. M. and D. B., S. N. and whoever: V. D., many thanks: Steve, a write-up in the paper: K.S.,J.G.,C.M.,S.W.,abetter taste in girls. CHRISTINE PEAY: to Mr. Myers, students like Michiyo, an assist who works, and a jar of pickles: Mr. Lallo, an orchestra class prepared in two minutes and a theory class that dislikes doughnuts: happiness and success to anyone who works to get it. CHUCK PERRON: to next year's Truckers, best wishes: the ad- ministration, a giant "doobee": Rick C., a multicolored block of ice: Jeff, Pete, Rodge and I, help for next year: J. B., more fields to get lost in. RICHARD PETERSON: I'll take my memories with me but leave this song: "it,s a lovely day, friends, to be together, it's a lovely time, talk about the weather, have a drink of wine, feelin' like a feather, were today half as lovely as it would be here with you." fJesse Colin Youngl - Sing and keep smiling. PAGE 10 JEFFERSON JOURNAL MAY 27, 1971 Those Willing to Will Wil s MARY PIQUE: to Jenny, a 'tgreen weenien, John Branley, a new mirror, Mr. Huston, a few joints, John Beck, more freedom, Tom and all your friends, lots of stash and no more busts. MARY POLIVNICK: to Robbie, the year of '72 and a scholarship to Greeley, Linda, a call for help from a B. B., Judi, a sister for life, Micki, puppy love and root beer, Connie, a house across the street. TOM POWERS: to James Gaede, my battered Kama Sutra, Grouch, a terminal case of dand-ruff, to Kay, a case of bubbly, Ted, two Broohahas and Wahdeedoodahs, and to Nancy, all my love. BUD PRUD'HOMME: to Robyn, June 16, to Bob, the land of whizzies and a case of geology books, Mr. Gilmore, a new AP Physics class, Jon, a new car, Danny, food. SHERI PUTALLAZ: to Tom, more closet space, and all the love I can possibly give. KATHY RANDLE: to Mr. Rich, my lab key, Cari, a new roommate, and everyone in the senior class, a very happy and successful future. CHRIS REDECKER: to the DPS, 10 million rolls of red tape. STEVE REED: to Mr. Pierson, 314 pages of French notes and a paperclip, Mr. Freerksen, a chrome plated Barbie doll, Uncle Chuck, a live Mle II drag grenade - minus pin, TJ, peace. DEBBIE REIMER: to Shelly Aubuichon, that "chilly willy" lives forever and "Big Mac" loves her, my bachelor survival class, wives, Lynette Alexander, a sun lamp. JOHN REGAN: to Ray, a keg of apple wine, Jeff, some crystals, Charlie, hot cross buns, Bott, a new throat, TJ, an ashtray on the hill, Roger, a memory bank, Mr. Green Jeans, --, Dana, a stop watch. ROGER REEVES: to Doug, my leftover weed, Steve, my house for two weeks, Kenny, Skip and Craig, a chick every weekend, Eric, all the wine he can handle, Karen, December 21. RANDY RIEPE: to Gail, Ginny, Kathy, Mark, John, Jill, Jim, Mark, Jon, Dave, Dale, Wayne, Doug, Jan, Jane, Ernie, Bud, Bob, Fred, Tom, Jody, Larry, Stu, Nancy, Kale, Peggy, Rosey and Vickie, I will absolutely nothing. L GREG RIMMEL: to LR, a batch of lizards, WK a year's supply of National Lampoon, to Schwemms, Rems, AP English, Mag's rendition of Moby Dick, to quote Hilarie Belloc, 'tMay all my enemies go to hell, Noel, Noel, Noel, Noel!" JANE ROBBINS: to J. Donnelley, a new palate, Ostenre, more initiative, R. Riepe, a fat juicy pig and a new pair of shoes, S. Chandler, an electrician's license, B. Sander, plastic gloves, D. Gray, dandelions teight quartsl, Linda, lasting flowers. MIKE ROBBINS: to Mr. A., a book about existentialism, PH, three feet of powder, LB, my 3rd hr. assist and a boyfriend, KB, a good time and my radio, Hoggie, a year's supply of J's, Clay, a ring that changes size, Ad- ministration, a box full of trivia. JEFF ROBINSON: to Linda and Jill, something better than what they found at TJ, Dutton and Broome, a book called Summerhill, Dick, Mike, Harp, Bergo, Lar, and even the Hef will Cari on, Betsy, something she can't handle. BETSY ROESCHLAUB: to Tom, a new list with me on top, Judy, BB forever and a new cake recipe, Gail, a pair of tires with a decent tread and another year of Debettes, Marjie and Karen, Friday morning reservations at Ken's with people who don't oversleep, Mike, a bugle. NANCY ROESCHLAUB: to Linda, a new set of toenails, to Judi, "good vibes" and a clean wall, to Tom, a soundproof "B" room, with a lock, to Mike. more gas station slips, to Margie and Karen, hostess twinklies, big pockets and fast hands, and to Mr. Geiss, thanks for all your un- derstanding. STEPHEN RONDINELLI: to Matt, a pair of shoe laces, Dave, a pair of P-F Flyers, Linda, Dave, Mr. Lort, desk No. 19 and 35 fee cards. WAYNE ROSENKRANS: to John and Jill, a red Jag, Wendy, 1001 cuts for all occasions, Merlin, lots of film, Jon, peace, luck and tennatoppers, Mr. Gilmore and Mr. Myers, much thanks, My favorite person, Kathy C. - a swimmer. BETH ROTH: to Mr. Kingsley and Mr. Myers, thanks for such great classes, Jane C., Una hoca pequena and thanks for everything! , P. S. and J. C., more understanding on my part, Nell, more time with M. C. ALANA ROTHSTEIN: to Tammy, Dave, Sharon, Nancy, a hamburger for all seasons, Miss Garrett, a hamburger deluxe, Betsy, a large box of cookies, all my teachers, thanks, and Mrs. Cook, a lifetime of sunshine. PHIL ROUSE: to G. M., glue, to Mr. Mason, truancy, to the librarians, steel muzzles, to G. M., a bag, to Mr. Freerksen, I guess Portnoy's Com- plaint, toR. P., fish, to Klem, mono, to men. tone, and to son, beach. RICK RYDELL: to Ron, a new brush color, Randy, a mushroom factory in Van Nuys, Mr. Freerksen, a clean thought, Jean and Glen, a big rubber ball, Ketha, peace, love and happiness. LINDA SALA: to NFL, some, buttons, to Jack and Mark, the J. Rubicon Little Ulcer Kit, to B. haranja and a rainbow, and to Ted,,,tao. BECKY SANDER: to Mr. Blyifive ounces of my brain Cin the intefit of equality of the sexesl, ,i Mr. McLaughlin, another hard ,yforking Poncho Gonzalez, Gretch, everything good, Jane R., a Bible, C. Hamilton, Roget, Linda S. and Carol D., Bon Change. JIM SANWICK: to Bob M., a ski jump, Mr. Wurtz, a can of Stite for Color Day, Steve, a real ball on prom, Miss Ethridge, breakfast in Franktown. PAUL SCHLIEKER: 'to Mr. Mac, many choirs as good as this year's, to Mr. L. and Dr. M., a state track team, to Norm, Munich '72, to Ted, lst at nationals, and to Mrs. T., an assist with fewer problems. JIM SCHMID: to TJ, a new com-, puter to print out programs, my sister, her own private telephone, coach, my security straps and a blindfold for spotting, Tom, bikes, luck and good times. JILL SCHMID: to Jenny, another fun summer with Clara Mae, a great year at ASU, Susie, a yearis supply of naps, pair of knitted mittens, a great year at CU, Suzanne, another smart sewing partner, better tennis serves, Fun? at Williams. 5 DON SCHWEMMER: to GSR, a set of gold plated spark plugs, D. G., a fender Corangeb B. S., a box of used pencils, C. C., another S. L., F. C., a thermostat. JOHN SCOTT: to Dennis, one truck to run over Hughes in four wheel drive, Peggy, one bite in the leg, Debbie, all my love, Patty, Dennis. ANGIE SHEPARD: to Beach Ball, he V Wee forever, happiness and peace, P. Brain, her lover, happiness and two years in Juniper, R. G.B., me and six fast years, J. S. and S. A., appreciation for all the threading needles and pins stuck here and there. MAY211971 JEFFERSON JOURNAL PAGE 11 Seniors Make The Grade... RICK SHERBACK: to Mike, jobs in horticulture and a grim fairytale, to Nick, a fish demolition derby, or here's pumpkin in your eye, to Joe, turn the other cheek you BRUTE, to gym- nastics, another Lone Ranger for Trigger, a Baby Huston Surprise, 150 or quit. WALLY SHOVER: to the lucky student who will receive my books next year, and to Elaine P., D. H., Jerry B., my old peachie, Greg, a better season, to Mr. Marsh, Mr. Day and Mr. Peters, my thanks for all your help. GAYLE SHORE: to Rita, something to avoid your chronic at- traction to unfortunate circumstances, to whom it may concern, all the knives necessary to stab your friend in the back, thanks to TJ for pointing out what people are really like: disap- pointing. CAMILLE SHORT: to Ginger, more May 25th's together, John, a promised drive-in, and my love, Jim, my love forever and always, Thomas Jefferson, good riddance. VAN SHUBIN: to Carl, the sweat sock from my sweat suit, Mic, track shoes that fit, Mr. Wurtz, a new ax, the chefs, 10 cans of Alpo, to Les and the people of TJ, peace. PETE SIBILIA: to Walter, a soft spoken woman, Steve Saine, a woman, period, Steve Rondinelli, whiskers on his face, so he can throw away the eyebrow pencil, Betsy, an idea of saving money, my sister, my parking space. LUANNE SIDES: Mr. McLaughlin's dumb jokes back to him, and my book he claimed I never brought to class, Mr. McGregor, may he keep his book of dramatic art songs. MICKI SKOGLUND: Van, the best of everything and a treeless park to fly a kite, Clayton and Rob, my cheerleading uniform on a gold platter, Wendy, another date to follow, Celeste, common sense, Mary, happiness with Phil, Gail, another masculine friend to talk to, Dan, a Liberace suit, Snow, another nervous breakdown, new cheerleaders, much luck and fun and a set of sophomore cheerleaders. CINDY SMITH: to Jenny, 10 gallons of Summer Blonde, to Ramona, lots of cute agents during the summer, to Dave, happiness, peace and good luck in Hortense, and to all my friends, sunshine and happiness forever. KAREN SMITH: to Kay, patien- ce'?'?, many more memories and the best of luck and fun next year, Linda, fewer crushes and more hope from T., Nancy, lots of nerve, three inches and more good times with Chris, Jeri, everything spiffy and terrific, Collette, your long lost GW group. VICKI SMITH: Mr. Mac, all my admiration and thanks, Jane, my husband, Beggars, a little together- ness, Atherfies, all my thanks, Fran, another yearbook class and weekends with Mike, Miss Ethridge, the privilege to talk to me, Carl, the ability and courage to come to me with a smile and say "Hi, Vickie." WENDY SMITH: to next year's cheerleaders, lots of fun and happy memories, Mick, our problems, Mutt and Celeste, a third, Paul, a cowgirl in the sand, Bob, if .... , Rich, a golf bag with lots of pockets, the students of TJ, a new feeling of what it means to be ulyvg FRAN SPURLIN: Squirrel, A. W. and three greatyears atT. S., C. A. and T. O., a boozing time at CU. Tepee and D. H., B. A. and J. S. for life, M. B. two nights for fixing my tire, B. B., a new body. KAY SPURLOCK: to Jeri, champagne, picnics, blue Camaros, love and luck forever, Karen, billions of jelly beans, Breckenridge, security and the best of everything forever, Mr. Dutton and Mr. Epstein, Europe '71, Gary, the Corked and Clever and a girl his type, J. M. J., courage, E. M., your turn to wait, Nancy, a Robert Redford poster and a mirror. PAUL STALEY: to E. P., a chemistry experiment without fire, glass and other materials, J. B., ss forever, J. B., a sauna with B. W., D. S., a new pupil, Mr. Freerksen, 20 minutes for attendance, Mr. Bly, another baby. RICHARD STEARNS: to Mr. Day, Mr. Golder and friends, my thanks, Tils, caution, next year's football team, stamp em', kill em', stomp em' then pound that Budweiser, W. E. at night, plenty of times. SHERRI STEPHENS: to Cindy, a real call from Jan, Bob Wolfson, our English class, Dan Kaln, admission to CSU, Donna, job for Mark, Mike P., my life, Gayle S., knife protection, Wendy, patience for neighbor, Mr. Huston, another student like me. JIM STEWART: to Gumby, Pokey, T. B., a safe parking place, K. W., one mole Con. HCI, H. S., first edition of Moby Dick, G. M., a razor, B. A., a banana, science, my body. MIKE STOFFEL: to Elvis tthe P.P.7, a willing partner and lots of lonely bathrooms, Mr. Gifford, a memory cap, Randy, little junior with' all my love. MARY STRAWN: J. S., many successful years ahead, and to all you beautiful people, joy and love always. May you all find inner peace, for he who has attained victory within himself, shall never know defeat in battle. JAN STRUTHERS: to TJ, six years that will soon be forgotten, everyone, a future not yet found, P. B., everything. KAREN SWANSON : to Kathy, my presidency of CC? and love, to Dan, two Steinways, thanks, love and happiness, to Linda, Louis douze, to Markie-boy, everything, to Lori, Gomez, Tuesday night, love, to Mr. Schanker, THANKS, 'til next timel, to Laurianne, Michelle, and to Michelle. Laurianne. LOUIS TANNE: being of sound mind and body, I hereby leave the following: to Dave, a bottle of wine and a Golf club, Cheryl, a one way ticket to San Francisco, Lisa, a chocolate cake, Margo, a muzzle, Eric, all my broken violin strings and old oboe reeds, also, some new Japanese car parts, and to TJ a roll of dirty toilet paper. TOM TAYON : to Chuck, hope for a "good" girl at college and my thanks, Kjesti, love and thanks, Toni and Nancy, my love and "keep on truckin", and to this school, hope for the future. STEPHANIE TENNYSON: to Ernie, a phone for her dog's bed, Mag, Robert CBee-WeeJ, Walker, happiness with Elmer, Leo, Mullen's ski bus, Ramona, Thad, The Belmonts, Celebrity, and to Joseph, 88,888,888 gallons of Vitamin C and, of course, Sooky. NANCY THARP: to Nancy, someone to keep up with her on the slopes, Pepper's class, "whole bun- ches" of luck and another slumber party, my good friends, true hap- piness, Tom, a dry shirt and all my love. JOE THEODORE: to Mr. Bur- meister, I will the ability to return to being a person. DEBI THOMPSON: to everyone a happy trail, Rick, the impossible, Debee, a friendship forgotten, and to Mr. Bly, another daughter like myself. KENNETH L. TIPPS: Having sound Body and acute Senioritis, I leave my Uncle Eldon's Fun Club beanie to J. Andrew Mumbles, 20 rolls of Delsey to the Night Riders. CARL VALLAN CE : to Mr. Kinsley, a nine foot whip to use against his wife, Ross, two dozen hats, Mrs. Cook, my PAGE 12 'JEFFERSON JOURNAL MAY27, 1971 Something Gai film studies project that I never turned in. SUSAN VAUGHAN: to Beth, a large order of cheeseburger, Mr. Mac, my thanks for his help and en- couragement, and Male Glee club, the English department, success with their new curriculum, and to TJ a student body who cares about something. MONA VEATCH: to Lori, something to do without the senior boys, to the old gang, more of Franktown, creek beds, fields and sandals, to M. P., an airplane, to C. A., a box of kleenex, to N. G., No. 26, and to ABX, a better pres. CARY VEITH: to C. C., success with his Ahh-Oo-gah, Mr. Nicholson, medicine for sick jokes, Mr. Gilmore, another serious class, and to Mr. Mac, more fine talent like me. ARLENE VILLALOVOS: to Randi Reiff, an everlasting friendship to our favorite friends. Have patience when warranted by the situation, and to Doug Phelps and Mike Beaver, four por- nographic movies instead of Vogue on Saturday night, 64 is better than 59. BRIAN WAIDMANN : to JOUR- NAL, thanks for providing an Op- portunity for me to discover myself, and to those people who have made this year so important and complete, Paul, Judi, Mike, Mary, Marjie, Jodee, Nancy, Pat, Rick, Bill, Gloria, Mike, Dave, Jeri, Jill, Bill, Peter, Larry, Harvey, Judy, Trish, Keith, Terry, Jim, Jerry fmy list is endless, my apologies to those I failed to name? my respect and admiration for achieving what I have strived for the last 17 years. ANNE WALKER: to Debbie, something to munch on, Madge, Biwi B.E.A.F. forever, Sharon, the 1972 Award, Judy and Debbie, an autographed picture of Marge, Mary, a Winchell's Dogbiscuits poster, Julie, better situation in future, Steph, Anne, beefy summer. MARGY WARREN: to Bob, Colorado, Mutt 81 Jeff, jeep, cabin and Red Rocks, Chello, our threesome and another lunch table to watch, Steve, Boulder and page 12, new Z9 old p.p.g.'S, another Texas and 'tcheersl !", Cheryl, my dad, Fig, soph party, C. B., Elitchis and a car to push, Andy, a "Fetus", T. T., J. H., G. M., H. K., S. K., D. E., 8: B. W., epitome of friendship! Nance, a bomb. DONNA WASSERMANN: to Marc, roast beef sandwiches, chocolate, year- long vacations, Sherri, a zipper in- stead, some plans that work, Jeff, mud puddles, boy are you nosey, Sue, empty your pockets, Bobby, a headrest, Horwitz, good gossip, Rick, a Heisman trophy, Kelly, me! TRACY WATSON: I will to Mr. Myers, 100 Ed Fitzhughs, Ron, "What's It All About, Alfie'?i', Kathy, a date with Mike, Don, a brick wall. MICHELE WAY: To all my friends, you really made my senior year, thanks for being my friends and I'll never forget you, to all my teachers, appreciation for your patient help, to everyone else, true happiness always. NANCY WEBB: I will to S. S., CSU and T. V., B. A., a meadow and lots of shouting, A. W., another room 9, J. M., another chemistry partner as smart as I, S. G. and J. H., football, basketball, baseball and tennis. JOHN WEDUM: . . . all that you once knew and loved and revered as beautiful and sacred, all the belief you once had in mankind and our high destiny, has been of no avail and has lost its worth and gone to pieces . . . Your faith found no more air to breath. And suffocation is a hard death. . . ADRIENNE WEIS: to Ilyse, lifetime friendship, D. W., five easy lessons, "How to speak normally, and get ahead.", D. F., lifetime series of silicone shots, G. L. to A. W., ten easy lessons, "How to drive a stick shift", S. G., hope you get him!, N. W., my room 91" JUDIE WEISS: to Jan Horner, all the chocolate she can eat, Sara Got- tenberg, pencils for algebra class, Jackie Guenthner and Pam Nelson, each a cute boy from Germany, Kathy Randle, an HA" in chemistry, teachers, patience, students, patience. NANCY WEST: to Cindy and Mona, my friendship, Mona, 10 lockers full of IBM cards, Margaret W., a 1971 dream car, Debbie W., a good career and attendance at TJ after six years, TJ, goodbye, good riddance. KEN WESTERN: to Boo Boo, a shovel and lookout station, G. M., a shave, a dog, the WMHA Sz YAF, C. N., a dress, G. C., a Saturday night and I OI' seven bustubs, Bushman, a spear and loincloth. JOURNAL STAFF ned LINDA WHITTAKER: I will some peace to FHA, to Mrs. Minick, my Spanish dictionary and a year's sub- scription to "El Sol", and I'd will my sister all the answers, if I had them. WENDY WING: to M. G., all the kisses we missed, to Robbie, a mirror, to Bob Wolfson, our old English class, to Van, my love, to Donna, a dress for prom, to Sherri, a cold duck and a ticket to "Diary of a Mad Housewife" and our friendship forever. BOB WOLFSON: to Dan, an air- plane filled with monkeys, Bud, a safe place, Mr. Lallo, e driving drummer that is easy on equipment, Mr. Gilmore, a class incapable of making puns, to Mr. Zimmerman, a clock that can teach math. SHARI WOODS: I, Shari Woods, will to Nancy, a farm in W. V., to Rob, a joint in Boulder, to Captain of S. S. Bio, a geranium, model airplane and calendar, to Argon 15, humility lessons, and Sue, five tokes on a banana. i STEVE YATES: to Bill, good times at Mesa, Teri R. to watch over him and a chick who doesn't mess his mind, to Jim, Tucson, a bottle Of wine and P. Zell, to Jessie, a thousand roses and no more Jefferson County cops, to Erick, a broom. MARTHA YORK: to Becky, a husband in Residence, to Jim, someone who will move MauschmOnt's seat back, to the Fillmore Follies, all the love and luck in the world, and to TJ I leave a yellow balloon. BOB ZISHKA: to the Rev. J. D. Holden, one fight size can of shave cream, to Gary Hayward, one hypo lawnmower, to Mike Guertner, one dualpoint carburetor, and to Tom Schultz, 5 gallons of British racing green. .- ROBIN ZORNO: In all seriousness I will the following: to Mr. Gilmore, eternal thanks, Sheri Woods, my brain for her perfect vacuum, my teachers, thanks il thinkl, science dept., my research notes, next year's Pre-Med club, good luckl, Mr. Len, love, adoration 8: peanut butter. SENIOR EDITION view, . Thomas Jefferson High School 3950 South Holly Denver Colorado 80237 Vol 12 N0 12 May 27 1971 jj Brian Waldmanh Editor Assistant Editor J'A:l'keB'g:'fSgISf LQ'-4 -714 Business Manager Cindy Blakely wir! 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"" 1'2f:gff3assff :s51-'-V: - .1 . y ,, ,,,. ,,,,. . . fi? f ef PAGE 16 JEFFERSON JOURNAL MAY 27 1971 Make Gerber and Jud: Brothers Tom Jones and Betsy Roeschlaub Jlm Stewart and Bobbi Alexander John Anderson and Jlll Marshall Honorable Mentlons Sandy 'Ariki Tony Bowler Tom Brzezicki Sara Gottenburg Patty Greene Anne Howland Nancy Leisenring Nancy McPherson Tom Marshall Ted Olsen Randy Riepe Terri Rupp Paul Schlieker Micki Skoglund Vicki Smith Wendy Smith Margaret Warren MAY27, 1971 JEFFERSON JOURNAI PAGE 17 ll1fel1'l'iOl1S 'l'O Live Dan Aber: CSU. Louanne Albi: University of Denver. Bobbi Alexander: Adams State College. Cindy Allen: CU. Sharon Allsup: University of Wyoming. Debbie Anderson: Western State College. Jim Anderson: CU. Kjesti Anderson: Stephens College, Mo. Sandy Ariki: Ohio Wesleyan University. Kathy Arnold: University of Northern Colorado. Becky Asmus: Metro. Kent Atkinson: To do something, however small, to make others happy, is the highest ambition, the most elevating hope, which can inspire a human being. Shelly Aubuchon: to live in hap- piness and peace. Peggy Bandsma: Central University of Iowa, Rella, Ia. Karen E. Battle: University of Northern Colorado - Home Economics. Nancy Bauer: Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Ore. Jeannie Baer: to help find a cure for cystic fibrosis, and work as a social worker. Bill Ball: Mesa College and University of Nebraska. Roc Beaver: Univ. of Wyoming. David T. Bergen: am going to work all summer and possibly join the Navy in September. Will go to college after service. Jeff Beringer: to live past 21. Jerry Bernstein: Stanford, captain of the Titanic, Harold Stassen's running mate, J. Edgar Hoover's replacement and. or initiate the Second Coming. Norman Biar: Kansas State University, engineering. David Bittle: CSU. Cindy Blakely: UNC. Ramona Blakey: Adams State, elementary education. Larry Bograd: attend George Washington University, Washington, D. C., ascend to the presidency in 1988. Barry Bounds: to survive four years of college, and get a new car. Nell Bozeman: DU. Tony Bowler: to start educating myself in the school of the real world. Deborah Bradley: Western State. Judi Brothers: UNC. Gloria Brown: Bicycling through New England this summer, and professional ski bum for the rest of my existence. Kathy Brewer: CU, to become an educated bum. Tom Brzezicki: CSU or Air Academy, baseball or football. Dan Bunch: CSU. Marty Bunch: Southern Colorado State College. Susie Burkey: CU. Robin Buxton: no intentions, one proves himself on his own, with all of his own. Linda Calvert: University of Colorado. Mark Campbell: CU and then a school of drama. Jane Carter: CSU for a degree thopefully ll then to be on my own for a few years. Oh yes, to share an apart- ment with Debbie a year after college. Steve Cavnar: CSU. Susan Chandler: CU, major in skiing. Jim Chessen: University of Puget Sound. Nancy Childress: University of Northern Colorado at Greeley. Howard Clark: Smalldone School of Business. Celeste Colburn: UNC: belong to the t'Pathroads to CSU.,' Marti Colenbrander: Hope College: Holland, Mich. Mark Collins: Colorado College. Rick Collins: Draft evasion. Nancy Condit: CSU: art major. Bob Connery: Be a bar stool polisher at Barney's Bar and Tavern. Jan Cookson: CSU: Sociology. Carolyn Cory: CSU. Lucy Coulter: Be married in June. Carl Cross: Colorado School of Mines, major in physics or chemistry. Sandy Courtney: Mesa College. Ken Cottrell: University of Colorado: writer. Spencer Cutting: Western State College, music. Jon R. D'Arcy: University of Denver, law school, and enjoy life. Debbie Davidson: R.N. or L.P.N. training. Jane Davis: Moving to Atlanta, Ga. Lynn Davis: CU, Denver Center: major in psychology or art. Suzanne Day: Williams College. Debbie Dessele:I Arapahoe Jl1I1iOI College, transfer to Western State College for a career in the medical profession. Debbie Duggan: Biola College. Diana Duggan: Biola College. Carol Dorsett: Whitman College. Kurt Douglas: Ricks College. Jeri Egholm: Fashion mer- chandising at Arapahoe Community College. Annette Entzminger: CSU: art major. Anne Ernst: UNC. Pam Flora: CSU, major in home economics. Larry Ford: University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind. The 40th Vice President of the United States under the Kinsey Administration. Larry Fuller: I can and I will. James Gaede: Metro, philosophy, and a happy married life. Mike Gerber: CU. Buzz Gilman: CSU. Mike Goldfein: Univ. of Puget Sound. Sara Gottenborg: St. Olaf College. Sue Graham: Stephens College. Jeff Graunke: UNC. Dorothy Greene: UNC - Nursing. Lori Greenfield: Shotgun wedding. Doug Grelk: I intend to go to CSM and dig a tunnel to Cuba. Jane Groves: Harding College, Searcy, Ark. Jackie Guenthner: Univ. of Wyoming. Mike Guertner: Work - Holden and Holt Auto Supply. Jerry Haan: Work for one year or service. Lynn Hallam: To enjoy life. Debbie Hannon: Work full time at the Medical Center, maybe school, later marriage. Debbie Hadad: UNC at Greeley. Ginger Hatch: Arapahoe Com- munity College - Mexico City University. Lorraine Hartnell: EMC - Special ed. Steve Henderson: To go to school high up in Boulder. George E. Hinkle: Mr. Wurtz is going to be replaced by an educational administrator, named George Hinkle. Look out, TJ! Jenny Hockom: Arapahoe Junior College. Mark Hogg: Become a hippie radical and overthrow the government. L, Seniors Look Forward Jeff Holden: Fun. Jan Horner: Butler University in Indianapolis, Ind. with a major in home economics. Mike Horwitz: Whitman College, Walla Walla, Wash. Robbie Howk: Be happy. Live to life's fullest, go to Arapahoe, then to Boston Art College to be an art illustrator or art teacher. Ann Howland: Rice University, economics. ' Lynda Ickis: To go to CSU. Brad Inman: Metropolitan State College, airline pilot. Terry Jenni: Mesa Jr. College, Grand Junction. Jim Jennison: Earn a letter. Linda Jewell: UNC. Woody Johnson: Montana State Police. Joe Jones: CSU or CC. Richard Jones: Try and do something with myself. Tom Jones: Attend the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash. Daniel Kal: Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Harvey Modd or Arapahoe Junior College. Robin Kal: University of Colorado for pre-med. Sherri Kal: CU. Gini Karavites: To live and cause lots of trouble. Randie Katchen: CU. -f ' Francesca King: Pre-med at CU. Jeannie Kelly: Remain at TJ and be Pep club sponsor - RAH!! CCSUD. David Kinsey: College at CC or CSU, 40th President of United States. Gary Koppl: To become a true bum. David Krieger: Plan to finish Aircraft Mechanics school and then get further aviation training in the air force. Chuck Laursen: CSU or AC, business administration and pre-law. Nancy Leisenring: To live. Debbie Leo: UNC - Fall. Tammy Levine: CSU, Danny Lee Llewellyn: I plan to work for a year then attend college. Jim Lively: CU - Architectural Engineering. Ron Loeb: University of Denver. Gloria Luetzen: University of Colorado, Denver Center, business education. Mark Lusky: Attend University of Denver next fall. Bill McClearn: Colgate Univ. - pre-med. Eric Malmborg: University of Redlands, California. Jacques Machol: DU business, accounting and then law while making love to all the good looking girls on campus. George Mansfield: Harvard. Jill Marshall: UNC, elementary or special education. Margaret Marshall: Attend Stanford 2nd semester. Rita Marshall: Attend CU in the fall. Tom Marshall: Rice University. Bob May: Erotic art dealer. Nancy McPherson: Ft. Lewis College. Karen Messinger: Have fun at Northeastern Jr. College. John Mills: Mesa Jr. College via Vietnam and Canada. Anne Moore: CU, a little knowledge is dangerous. So, go to school, get a little knowledge, live dangerously. Cindy Miller: Working at CU Medical Center - Later marriage. Stu Miller: Have a good time. Brad Mugleston: Grils and skiing in Idaho and Wyoming powder. Beth Mundell: Colorado State University. Maureen Mundt: Nursing, UNC. Pam Nelson: Scripps College. Richard Nielsen: Apprentice bouncer at Bill Haley and the Comets concerts. Terri Oberg: CU. Ted Olsen: Pre-law, Boston University. Jan Pagliasotti: CSU. Mike Pappas: Year at Metro then CSU or UNC. Gail Parker: CSU. Jamie Patterson: Mesa Jr. College, child care development. Sue Payne: Colorado College. Terri Payne: To leave this school forever. Christine Peay: I hope to pursue a musical career on the harp. Chuck Perron: The magical disappearing act. Richard Peterson: T0 be happy somewhere. Mary Pique: Colorado College of Medical and Dental Assistants. Mary Polivnick: UNC, art major. Bud Prud'homme: Colorado School of Mines, and anything to get out of TJ. Sheri Putallaz: Get married to Tom. Kathy Randle: Colorado State University, major in business. Chris Redecker: University of Colorado, arts and sciences student. Roger Reeves: Northwestern University, to become another Oliver Wendell Holmes. Randy Riepe: To watch KSU beat CU in football four straight years and then fulfill my lifelong dream of being the manager of a world touring troup of pigmy Eskimos. Debi Reimer: To live and cause . . . Greg Rimmel: Willamette University. Jane Robbins: Stanford University, to major in human biology. Mike Robbins: Western State University. Betsy Roeschlaub: Colorado Mountain College. Steve Rondinelli: Uncertain, but some type of college education. Wayne Rosenkrans: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Beth Roth: University of Northern Colorado, business education. Alana Rothstein: Plan to pursue a fashion career, attend Denver University to major in psychology. Phil Rouse: Colorado University. Rick Rydell: Art major at CSU. Becky Sander: North Park College, nursing. Linda Sala: Univ. of Kansas CLawrenceJ - sociology or psychology. Paul Schlieker: Ozark Bible College, Joplin, Mo. Jim Sanwick: CSU, pilot or ski 2 bum. Jill Schmid: University of Northern Colorado. Don Schwemmer: Colorado School of Mines. John Scott: To live through 1971- 1972. Angie Shepard: Mesa Junior College, physical education major. Wally Shover: Western State University, physical education major. Gayle Shore: University of Colorado. Camille Short: Airlines school. Pete Sibilia: College of Hard Knocks. Van Shllbilll Western State College. Luanne Sides: I plan to start going to our two year Bible College at Faith Bible Chapel and work full time during the two years. Micki Skoglund: Colorado State University. Vickie Smith: Brigham Young University. - - MAY27, 1971 JEFFERSON JOURNAL Grads Face the Wendy Smith: Colorado State University. Fran Spurlin: University of Colorado. Kay Spurlock: Colorado State University then stewardess school. Paul Staley: University of Colorado. Richard Stearns: University of Colorado, Green Fweeny. Sherri Stephens: Arapahoe Junior College - lst quarter, finish at Colorado State University. Jim Stewart: DePauw University, university scholarship, to study medicine and play basketball. Mike Stoffel: Metropolitan State College. Mary Strawn: University of Colorado in Boulder in 1972. Jan Struthers: Arapahoe Com- munity College, business major. Tom Tayon: CSU - and beyond. Stephanie Tennyson: Parks School of Business. Joe Theodore: DU - I wish to free our people. Debi Thompson: CU. Kenneth L. Tipps: Attend Skunk Creek Univ. and major in Coorsology, make a million, marry my childhood sweetheart and retreat into the world of the Universal Chair. Carl Vallance: SCSC, major in industrial technology. Susan Vaughn: CSU for freshman year then DU. Cary Veith: Colorado School of Mines to pursue some physics. Arlene Villalovos: Get a R.N. degree. Brian Waidman: University of Colorado, journalism major. Anne Walker: Metro State, Margy Warren: CSU and real people. Donna Wasserman: University of Colorado. Tracy Watson: University of Northern Colorado. Michele Way: Stephenis College, Columbia, Mo. PAGE 19 Future Nancy Webb: CSU - major in education. Adrienne Weis: CU - Business and fashion buying. Judie Weiss: Case Western Reserve Univ. - major in music. Nancy West: UNC - major in Fun. Ken Western: University of Nor- thern Colorado. Linda Whittaker: CSU - major in home economics. Gretchen Wickman: Antioch College - major in life. Wendy Wing: CSU - major in fashion merchandising. Bob Wolfson: University of Colorado - pre-med. Shari Woods: Cornell University. Steve Yates: University of Tulsa. Martha York: Adams State College - major in music ed. Robin Zorno: DU - PTE-med, medicine and research. EMILY AWARDS BEST ATTENDANCE AWARD: FOR -5, OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT OF NOT MISSING ANY DAYS OF SCHOOL DURING 'V -- HIGH SCHOOL x E3 Nancy Roeschlaub Pete Anderson BEST COLOR DAY BREAKFAST AWARD: THEY PAID FOR THEIR DELICIOUS 10TH PINK PUSSYCAT AWARD: GRADE COLOR DAY BREAKFAST GREEN THUMB AWARD: BEST PER- FORMANCE IN THE KBASEBALLJ FIELD OF HORTICULTURE Rick Sherback Mike Goldfein Mike Pappas Brad Inman Special thanks to Laurie Bennett. BEST TRACK STAR AWARD: FOR Bob May Section B S1eveC2vHHr SHIVERING PERFORMANCE ON THE Jim Sanwick TRACK Pete Sibilia Mike Hawn Kevin Valis , , Chuck Keefover WITH STRICTEST Buck Ford Sharon Ausup PERSON MOST LIKELY TO GET INTO THEIR 7TH GRADE CLOTHES: Sherri Stephens BEST DRIVER AWARD: FOR SHAT- TERING PERFORMANCE ON THE ROAD BEST SENIOR MEETING AWARD: FOR T0 DECKERS THOSE WHO HELD THE BEST GET- Tom -10095 TOGETHERS Richard Jones Connie Neville BEST CORONATION KISS AWARD: FOR A ACCIDENT PRONENESS AWARD: I-IIEEIIQFJIEJNSAIEJLERFORMANCE AT JEF- HIGHEST COUNT OF INJURIES PER DAY Jeannie Baer Brian Waidmann


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