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

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A ,R-Y, 6640, , , 1 - LAWS' A N- R" Q, ,IAQ I 5 4 XML I M XKWQ .', ,I 4 A VJ'--,ggi 1 --..w.:.'p', MA x,,,,M,n ' :rf fy, I p, I H47 XXX, M . NN wx v 'N Ny- ' MN? I 1 ' - ' 1",',, I 1' r..,,,.- "l,l'1- lf, 1.1 8914 E FACULTY Shaun Baker Paula Nelson Cf 7 l- ,.N A,fNfyQL,fLAj UN Xiivvo Lg, , T Rack Lb ,Q-MQ-'U-X,, Cjkfkf-kg-r XQLS- Qlvdfv, Vy1..,g,g Xl.Lo..JQJ,Q,QL9-JB in 0 MJ-NUX. ?MJ TAM gsmx xg ,Mxmay 3 MQ gum SLU KG X N Mxkgmx NCQ xffixvx JQuv'v,Q,,,vXg,vL Q93 5 'fwW Qu YL 1 ,YS W1 ck 1 f ' A J, VVUQ, C4 Xl XIX 2 V. ' Q ML 15553, CUX Cl 711K CBA! 'img LBJQVR CLML, S Vg GV ix NLR 5 Jbwwc V N? IQL DQNCQ lLfmCKvx K ,mv M, LAPUE PRINCIPAL '77 ! Ilia Mrs. Belcher is very impressed with the students and proud of the way they have begun assuming more and more responsibility. As she stated, "When I first came to T.J . , it was more of a day-to-day type planning but now our long-range plans have begun to jell. I hope to innovate and improve the cur- riculum, and to get the teachers to do something more original." "I believe the kids have a fantastic school spirit and hope it continues to grow. We've come a long way and we have a lot further to go." 1 F I, V.. , 1 ph 21 ADMIN! QQ The administrators were the overseers of the total project--T.J. '76-'77, They kept the school running smoothly between faculty and students, always putting first their combined purpose with progressive education. 1x-vi I 4 ., 9 'T.',f3Af' lm' i t A, ' N Z ' up itil ' Af' 3 1, i ' 'Q' Q, fkgj 1 '1 Lorene Ethridge Asst. Principal of Pupil Services 4 Theodore Calloway Vice-Principal of Administrative Services Donald Moser Asst. Principal of Instructional Services Degrees: B.A . and M.A. at Denver University Q, V 'K 3 S56 9 E if H W A A ,fc Lp. ,,gA , , L,.L ,N ,MQ , ' '- 'aw COUNSELING- The counselors were a great help in working out "no- go" schedules. Even after thousands of schedule changes, each student was seen as an individual with individual problems. l 1 ti E, ,x W A 'Ml XR. gh . ..: MXH hx ' . f ,,,,. Jerry Stone Walter O'Brien Degrees: Masters and +92 Jack Keables Marian Pennington "Behold the turtle--who makes progress only when he sticks his neck out." Cecil Parker ip" I'-HQ f' ix Paul Helander Merle Dorsett Q? . QQ? i. C47 I 4... .5 4 1 I "E '4 rf nn-1 I - , Evelyn Cohen ,Q W ,., n .1 ft ,, 5 iv! My 3 K 1: 'llll A -V i' 4 ' .j' . , r A s::::::::'., , ". F5 l:j'f,!c'-, r xv' .""llll5 ffflgwg Il --A l"'!Y"'.'.'....'ik 'iw' 'ffl lIlu::f,"lbt.fhf'ligfF!: 1 Jean Fischer . Degrees: B.A. , Math and M.A- , CO11I1S61iI1g, 31 DCDVCI UT11' versity William Miller "A man is only as great as he thinks he is." Y 3 ,Qtr 25 PILLS, FILMS, BOOKS x X 4 -I ,fr I A, Y fx , -'la , . ,iw 41 6 Ruth Couwlier Nurse s 7, . 1 It K L- T , A f Q9 ,A :4,g,4qA egg 4 ' ' 'A X '. xg 'X Q, J - ' V 325- f L Qi' ,j,f'f2t?? 3 U PESVNQFE7 X ' Q ., 5 " jx . ff , - Le , u.- We ff' rf: +4 .K K '. 51' 713915 ' ASF .V ka My ,M i . ' Y vu j'NR?'x 'fxg 'ff A .. ,X filfftfyfffiisfe v5z.,. fhX-Q June Maffeo Librarian!Media Center 1 John DuVa1 Rosemary Fichter Media 5PCCi81iSI Librarian! Media Center Olive Gaulr Secretary EFFICIENCY The "efficiency experts" are the very heart of T.J. They keep the school going even when the students can't. Very few realized their importance. Shirley Yeuer Treasurer Uh' 7, Ann Perrin '1 h Evelyn Pollard Senior Clerk i, 7 Fumi Arai Senior Clerk Jeanne McAnally Ellzabeth Johnson Shirley Wheatley Senior Clerk , :VL K ,, . W -f - Charlene St . John Rosann Markano Lunchroom Staff--Left to Right--Berry Jones, Phyllis Hollsten, Lucille Balliew, Mary Ann Hughes, Anna Lea Caughlan- Manager, Maureen Schlosser, Kay Rollins, Josie Schenck, Blanche Carter. , N5-N , X. a 1' Louise Moomaw Irma Forester Don Garretson Barbara McNamara 29 x 'X X X, Eweucu Language is the basic building block in civ- ilized society. As said by Ms. Speyer, "I teach language because language is impor- tant. Without language, thinking would be impossible. Without thinking, civilized life would be impossible, democracy would be impossible. " I Orvetta Clinesmith B.A. , M.A. Cheryl Betz m-lx William Myers Virginia Kasdorf Carol Speyer . . words are grown so f ,l 9' Kenneth Justice 'A af 19" IL aj Nad' Yjj alse, I am loathe to prove reason with them." Y X Shakespeare Dorothy Popello Dolores Knight u 959. , 4 Ia. ,av Harry Schanker "Where there is no vision, the people perish." Ps Xffibis J 'rg' are Martha Isenberg .qflff Z, g- 5 1 Jeanette Taton " . . . all that is priceless and neces sary , - -the sunshine , the memories the future-- . . Joseph Conrad LORD JIM O .OQI O CQQ. o O '23 RI' - 'N C QV ' , 0 xy O 5 I , 5 Y , ' If Q ty 1 X4 l1'f'5. O ffm .,. rw Q Ida Uchiu fl Students who treat each other as peo- ple, not as things, enjoy themselves more than those who treat things with the respect they should show people. Harold Mason "Last week I couldn't spell grammer. and now I are teaching it." . Fl Doug Fine "When I make a word, do a lot of work B.A.--Okla. State Univ., M.Ed.--Phi1- lips University, +45 University of Colo- rado ,IQ like that," said Humpty Dumpty, "I always pay it extra." Lewis Carrol Nancy Gart SOCIAL QIUDIEQ In the social studies department at T.J. the stu- dents learned skills that enabled them to see both sides of an argument, to separate fact from fic- tion. Mr. Diedrich put it this way, "History is philosophy through examples." The students learned of the heritage they had to be proud of as Americans. The history classes gave them a refer- ence point for the future. These skills were some- thing that could be used from the moment they were learned . ,iv- an if ,, N Carole Cameron "Even if you're on the right track, you'l1 get run over if you just sit there." Will Rogers Degrees: B.A. Gustavus Adolphus College, M.A. University of Colorado k ll "The great use of life is to spend it for something that outlasts it." W. James Degrees: A.B. and M.A. Retired Clifford Rock "The strength of all free peoples lies in unity, their danger in discord." Dwight D. Eisenhower A.B. at College of Emporia, M.A. at Emporia State College Donald La ess W " e and yet there is no peace except the r . . ." Patrick Henry 1774 1.9. Q'-1 45" f A nf '1 darn Carrie Williams 1 ---LQ, fi V -,.- .tk rffhfffu X X rdf" w,uAg,'fg'fgf7Tt7' Dan Burmeister f I Gordon Leamed Russon Hunter PN! i' 3 1 Cv, cuo' io c L o qapioef O09 3'Q "W: U zo' ,E Gavin nngoaz 0,1 4,3k'Q0,s 9 0 Q,Qo 0 .om "o,af-6:0005 Q 0? ,coco ogoagoa 'Q Q N o c5355 9.'c1'o.u0H2,2, G, 0 002.10 ,J 96 6 EDJBEQE 5 1 9 ' C102-fi 3i10.v., f. c t ooqmotnil F 0 G .o.c,g Qt. c Q r'.,f.G'? U 21005 oog'c'GD500o39' D 5 W, oss. q :MQ 01102 Q f Q .,.:vQQ r . - L an Helen Garrett 1.7 VN 4 I ' l .L Richard Ramsey "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. " d'T"m. 'cr I V"-sv, Any., , V ,sf John Miles , William Freerksen Elizabeth Williams Miles George Diedrich "Knowledge is the only instrument of production that is not subject to the law of diminishing returns." Degrees: B.S. and M.A. University of Colorado 9... 5 Kevin Oliver, Australia Exchange Teacher, 1977 Paul Epstein to Australia LANGUAGE Communication was important not only among those of the same coun- try but also with those of other coun- tries. To better world peace and understanding, students needed a common media . These teachers helped promote that goal. Christine Johnson v . H Libby Schneider Saber es poder. Laura Grove, Lab Assistant Jane Wetmore, Lab Assistant 4L.. Georgia Becker Vouloir, c'est pouvoir Herman Motz Eugene Pierson "If we had no faults, we would not take so much pleasure in noticing them in others. " La Rochefoucauld X Bryce Jackson In a world where the concept of numbers is vitally important, it is nice having teachers who understood your problems and helped you work them out! O -1 In--A----'-.. Robert Randall M81 xX w f - J- V' L ' X "' , , I , I f . M ' A 4, 1 ' r 1, V- 4 1 ' ' , e 1 ' ' ' r J ' '-- I I I I ,Q . Q f Leslie Krob "The advance and perfection of mathematics are closely joined to the prosperity of the nation." Napoleon Kenneth Hughes Robert Shannon The great business of life is to be, to do, to do without, and to depart. John Morley 1887 , if F' 9. S ,X . John McLaughlin 1 + 1 2 2 John Nicholson E , QL X. ,. Charles Zimmerman ,U55 ,Egg ,, n A If Lou Westman 7 it Paul Epstein sr: fi Charles Greenwood Not Pictured- -Zelma Rittenhouse A BUSINESS .-Q., 1 x'5ul 1222 Loretta Lucek e ahh, ,, ' ,fwm ' 'Wilma ws., tl Mary Jeane Willacy 5 E , James E. Tierney Degrees: B.M. and M.E. at Colo- ! ' -. rado State University Theola Jennings Wayne Gnadt "Old bookkeepers never die, they just lose their balance . " Business education did a great job towards teaching students the primary principles necessary to competition in a "business" world. Courses such as typing, bookkeeping, and accounting taught the students these skills which better acquainted them with the complexities of the economic and business systems. Marilyn Bowlds Degrees: B.S. , M.S. , +90 4-3 SCIENCE The students instructed in science were taught to be especially aware of their surroundings. As "children of the universe," they came to realize that they, too, are a complex part of nature. f .sv is I I Q sri? Grace Mayfield Robert Dutton Smile People will wonder what you did wrong ps Eldon Gilmore Leonard Price "Education only becomes valuable when it can be used. " Degrees: B.S. and M.S Kansas State College, Pittsburg ,v ' X William Kingsley Kenneth Nelson Richard Inglis "I would rather learn from one bird how to sing than ro Leach ten thousand stars how not to shine. " -stiff' Albert Rich Leah Hyman -9 a Kermit Waln 4-5 PHYSICAL EDUOCYNON Richard Golder am 1 311 Cynthia Walters Development of the body as well as the mind is a primary concept at T.I . With coaches and instruc- tors such as these, the students had no choice but to get in shape! 1 v 2 Shirley Brown 940' t Dorsey Gale Y sq-w ' Patricia Johnson . W 4 V "Sometimes you'11 get passed, but that's x the challenge of it." Oliver Wendell R Holmes L. i 5 Steven Stretz Gerald Smith Andrew Geiss Q i ' K A' John DiTo11a "Winning is not everything--but making an effort to win is." Degrees: A.B. and M.A. MFLHZXI-21V 163 -. X -new ""'i' Major Rex Dawson I Proficiency in military skills, necessary for the defense of the United States, was only a part of the subject matter taught in the military department at T .J . The superior department did a fantastic job in developing the leadership qualities and the self discipline indispensible to the future military leaders. 'Q ' d.1""5 pu., Y--YQ 1-11 f-nf-"" ...H--f 5 ...r-mx Sergeant Charles Peitsmeyer Captain Ronald Goodman Kr Aff 777541 A1211-GND MUSIC No matter how you expressed your- self, it was bound to catch someone's attention. Whether it was a fine paint- ing or a joyful noise, creativeness reflected your personality. 'qi . John McGregor Herman Casagranda Neil Bridge arf'- Henriette Gruenler Artis not a thing, it is a way. Jack Bailey AB-MA-EDM William Jozwick HOME ECONOMICS The courses taught by the home economics teach- ers were exactly that--learning the different aspects of economics in the home. The bachelor survival classes, a course designed to better equip men to deal with the different facets of home life, had a good turnout when many young men showed their interest and signed up for the course, proving that home economics was not just for high school girls! W' N X X R Rosetta New Mary Gathers Donna Breilo ,-47' Frances Burbank "There is nothing so captivating as new knowledge" Peter Mere Lathan 's INDUQITZW-AUS Students preparing for a career in industrial arts made a wise decision in taking any number of the courses offered at T.J . These courses were not, however, a waste of time for those not preparing for a future in industrial arts. The courses have everyday, practical applications for anyone. 1' XN4 Sidney Schomay NIHIL SINE LABORE Degrees: B.A. and M.A. 1 James Watson Ronald Huff Arthur Lort ' f V121 e Se Carl Goodwin "Each morning look back upon your work of yesterday and then try to beat it." Sheldon Joseph Meyer 51 Q ED fi ,B Patricia Brunner f f 1 inf, Q' 6 James F. Tierney Elwyn Ashford .sv ' Robert Biegel Louise Jacobus Q' 1, Z gf f If 1 f uk ' A ' X :L ., 1 f it Q , R Y 55 4 I X JU., ,fi H- 7' I 1 1 ff' 1' M' I X . l 1:-ZF , ' ' 1 . . A, dl V.1 x... il , ,I 1-f'V,,,A is HON SPOR TS Robin Fong ,Ia y Harnish Bruce Thalley v. iv! I- 1 ..ff'1 55 Q ba Perry Leyden showing his ability to handle the 11. 1.4 - - ,.......-. Jw' 5. , 4' V? x.. ' ' J. 51202- 4 -'I .K VVS 1 ti . Y Q... A , if -adv Jay Freed is congratulated by his T.I. teammates after scoring another goal. The soccer team at Thomas Jefferson was highly successful once again this year. Although they started out the season without the luxury of soccer balls, a carwash to raise money eliminated that problem and showed the spirit the team was going to have for the rest of the year. The team once again won the City Championship, but lost in the state tournament. ' ' ', ,p V' -p,-5:..,.,5.3-1. :.-fa.'..f3.p.,grv' ,S pf? -?""-qfaf' ' ' .... - url' ,5 ..-.. . ,. .e su-H : Lv 141-5w,:-mug.,-ma - .yf'v,Mrrif5bV - -Q Q - '-"A dim:-'. ,.. ff" ,,,fZ:ff-r:EWi'.TW'wI- M .-.N V ' if QW , Q gn .I ,, ay, yuh John Baker approaches the ball during a game with South. Kevin Kurz prevents a West score. Coach Westman As with any successful organization, it was a team effort, although Coach Westman's team had its share of standouts, Jay Freed and John Baker to name just two. Jay Freed was one of the top scorers in the City, with many of those assists coming off of the foot of John Baker. mg, MH may Lvell 71000 YA' 9010? yefht lfb wffwl owen., Amor ,ds,bQAiQ+ QFLLWL one .QQ ,mom ,fg BQQA DSR' -W5 Soocgx fav. Thgnfig -S011 some Iflvfilqg -,CMD 3bQ49Xi'l"lf'fQj, .1 he-,O Q Qfflfelrles. fl? do Semezl-'mfg I 4. 1-17.23, fgtieief Z, 13 ,--.--:- ' Y :P A , Y .-.' Q,-I? , In 'uw' Q' f f ,I M Tsai' ktkzpdfqil CDU L, sx1t'-u- Oo Wi fir-w0sa+,su,+'5, K K . 1' y 4 ,J ' , ,T" A I 1 Q l nl ,M 4 I Front Row L to R--Scott Hugdahl, John Baker, Shaun Baker, Paul Hannum, Jeff Keefe, Aaron Zweig, Don Hughes, Nick Michael, Doug Young, Kun Norlander. Kevin Kelble, Gary Romero Middle Row--Kevin Kurz, Jay Freed, Frank Kelble, Tom Castellano, Rusty Martz, John Heddens, Shawn Flora, A1 O'Hara, Jon Horne, Scott Jones, Steve Zell, Jim Struthers, Ted Koclanes Back Row--Ken George, Brant Henkel, Perry Leyden, Craig Curtis, Don Martinez, Kelle Menogan, Larry Rose, Bill Tsiouvaras, Roger Sublett, Jeff Smith, Terry Crawford, Bob Serotta, Dan Barney: LaRue Belcher, principal: Lou Westman , head coach Not Pictured--Scott Miller. Reid Rubenstein, Scott Stillman 57 Front Row L to R--Robert Bushacher. Jerry Reiff, Theodore Andrews, Dave Torpey, Matt English, Pat English Back Row--Larry Bisdorf, Darrell Knight, Scott Bonner, Randy Lana, Dave Simmons, Coach Paul Epstein an-nl This year's Golf team was the most successful out of all the fall sports. r's": They captured both the City and State titles. They are to be proud of the way A h' that they represented T .J . this year. Darrell Knight, Pat English, two golf standouts this year. t'f.24Hflfl5WX you QFQ Mme bfgjesf hqglqer ,QA I , ge FI Sven' WA-iq! ofcxecf 'Hmm 'Ha our Ok' key? COUI MF LH-Hmmm C' COUNTRY Ke vw Lei, fer ,I If 305 mx ' USS Before they were organized by Coach Learned . . . The Cross Country season ended this year with a far more successful season than was anticipated at the beginning. With the leadership of Kenny Lehrer, this group developed rapidly and fin- ished second in the City, and also second in the District meet. Kenny Lehrer runs on the T.J . track . . and after. 0 - s - A L l Front Row L to R--Jim Trautman, Ken Abosch, Shawn Isaacs, Kenny Lehrer, Carter Betz, Curt Frain, Gene Kuark Back Row--Coach Gordon Learned, Wendy Cozens, Ellen Boyd, Mark Spicer, Cecil Stinnett, Chuck Davenport, John Bodhane, Brad Arnold, Bill Fisher WXIZQHY FOOTBALL Principal LaRue Belcher observes the Thomas Jefferson bench and assists with a neckrub. - rxrxr 4 - , - Quarterback John Aspinwall hands off to Tony Lindsay, the leading Denver Public League rusher. Front Row L to R--Mark Crenshaw, Eugene Walker, Mike Martinez, Charles Jackson, Steve Harrison, Tony Lindsay, Steve Larson, Jay Smiley, Laurence Holmes, Aundre Spencer, Calvin Hendricks, Alfred Rowlett, David Dinsmore, Steve Lane Middle Row Kneeling--Coach Ken Hughes, Martin Gaeth, Scott Jolly, Ed Simmons, Vince Wiggins, Barry Sublett, Kevin Anderson. Paul Derryberry, Scott Mankoff, John Williams, Myron Cunningham, John Pederson, Arnold Jackson, Rick Beckwith, Brad Hartgraves Back Row--Coach Rex Peters, John Aspinwall, Doug Smith, Craig Dillard, George Perkins, Ken Hall, John Haining, Steve Fields, Donnie McDaniel, Robert Munn, David Black, Tom Powell, Tony Wright, Jeff Jennings, Jeff Gifford, Randy Flores. Curtis Hannum. Head Coach Herman Motz , This was an up-and-down year for the Spartan football team, fortunately more up than down. Under Head Coach Herman Motz for the first year, the team started league play , " A strongly, but a close loss to George Washing- " " 553139 f ' ton late in the year eliminated their hopes for P " P- ' ' ' 9' ' the League Championship. They continued to ML? A f , at play well, though, and the next week they y ' if . 3 5 handily defeated the eventual League W' if-s..., - J- ,ew w champs. North High- Special recognition 'leg'-"1.,A1i ik ' 1 f t ,.,4,,.- should go to Tony Lindsay, the League lead- ' J fyffgf ing ground gainer. lf. , . r H i -+ . ' J f . A J is 0' H-.,ff.,,rf ,f ' , ,tt I ' " j5"'V.""' - t'F5,'+f"-'E-Egg,', '31 at Q7 'f'5"'?i..5i?W3L P 'A V - ,,.+,,,p-'Q -b " wx . A , 'if' - ' 3- ' 51' 35,.',1.a-' ' Q,- fi- "f.Q1g!.,L ' A uf' S2 132 -N ...-E"Lf'if 724 .3faIf!r'2fJisf9ii?v'5f---'f"'1"" ,- Tony Lindsay runs toward open field against Kennedy. '- -'W 'L V HW - f The Thomas Jefferson Defense charges the Kennedy line. Sin QOPHOMOPE FO w ". - ., ,.. 4 . . I1 Front Row L to R--Victor Martinez, McKinley Jones, Nick Fisher, Ron Mackey, Kevin Beacom, David Bruce, Danny Ross Gerald Martin, Joe Halboth Middle Row--Gerard Martin, Derrick Crossland, Mark Nichols, Ray Bridges, Brooks Lampkins, Todd Richie, Bill Speck Mike Wilkerson, John Billingsley, Greg Preisner, Janeiro Stunett, Eddie Pinger Back Row--Coach Brent Page, Tom Payton, Jim Lundstrom, Steve Kemmons, Brad Stewart, Steve Whitaker, David Harbison, Keith Lofton, Ivan West, Ken Taylor, Larry Ford, Roger Cobb, Brian Fields, Fred Mason, Gus Skinner Rob Crandell, Rich May, Coach Lynn Ashford Sophomore football this year had a 'CF Joe Halboth drives for a couple of yards. very small team physically but made up for it with spirit and determination. The team placed third in city. The overall team record was six wins, two losses, and one tie. Coach Page GIRLS G QTICQ Janet Farabee on the uneven bars. Debbie Shrednik warms up before practice in the TI gym The Gir1's Gymnastic Team was another one of Thomas Iefferson's fine teams. Under the coaching of Judy Jones, three girls, Chris DuBois, Lori Frasco and Elaine McGovern, were able to compete in state competition. The team itself placed sec- ond in the city meet, and sixth in the district. The team was an excellent representative of Thomas Jef- ferson. 5.2. Front Row L to R--Paula Russel, Lori Frasco, Elaine McGovern, Debbie Shrednik, Jackie Burleson Middle Row L to R--Janet Farabee, Angie Hardie, Susan Smith Back Row L to R--Gina Grier, Michelle Washington, Susan Schneider, Chris DuBois, Brenda Ash, Coach judy Jones TENNIS Front Row L to R Marc Sevier David Burns Blair MacNe11 W1111am Martz Doug Ross Stephen Morr, Martin Shore Greg Jonsen Back Row Standing Coach John Miles Jlm Gray Grarg Averch John Oettli Dave Harmsh Tom Peterson, Tom Magee Dave Petterson Brran Andresen Bob Lackner Our Thomas Jefferson tennis team tied for first place in the city with George Washing- ton and Manual with a league record of seven wins to one loss, the one loss coming from George Washington early in the season. ,l fg ffff ' W, 1 Q +-- . 1 ,'VZ,.f - l ' 5,j,V,':U!V ,u 1 'Jw ' i .4 'i' X f if - D 1 pxfgkx , ' 2, w "2 f, '- . , " r ' fs' ljy 1 V v"Qf-P.'.r,,- ' ' f ' ' .1 -,ev p lm ur' V' ' ' H5 1 Q 5 -' . . .f:b?z,' A ., s-. A . A . 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Dave Hamish hits a backhand on the TJ. courts , A get The team made a respectful showing kg it syn , in the district meet, "'?ffg ' finishing third . 5 WQX i aiu-sup--f-1-1 W.-- Marc Sevier, Dave Burns, Blair Mac- Neil, Dave Hamish and Jeff Hirschfeld were all representa- tives for Thomas Jefferson in the State Tournament at Col- orado Springs. ...w sw., . if H ,N 'a X . , ,A ..,..g:'.......W.t V------4 GII-2L'Q SWIMMING- I I Front Row L to R--Cathie Polvogt, Renee Bunch, Amy Baker, Wendy Curtis, Kerry Chippendale, Lisa Klahn, Lisa Smith 2nd Row--Ann Veatch, Katy Donahue, Tammy Lucero, Julie Bouma, Monique Mazur, Ruthie Burkey, Monique Wheeler, Jan Waidman 3rd Row--Denise D'Arcey, Kerry Ricketts, Lori Bouma, Cindy Bishop, Karen Bridges, Kelly Donahue, Mindy Trautman 4th Row--Colleen Culbertson, Cathy Cox, Betsie Boland, Sara Johnson, Susan Witkin, Pat Horan, Coach Cindy Walters Co-captain Betsie Boland in the freestyle The Girl's Swim Team proved to be an excellent team this year at Thomas Jefferson. The season ended with five wins and three losses, but with this record, they were stiff competition to the other teams from around the city. The coaching of Cynthia Walters enabled six girls to go to state, and for the team to place third in league standings. The team itself did well in representing Thomas Jefferson. xg, -45,5 ak-'ff NF, A ,R 'N' 4? " 1 . 53 The Girl's Volleyball Team in its second year at Thomas Jefferson was again a great success as a team. Under the coaching of Pat Johnson, the Varsity team placed fourth, and the Jr. Varsity team placed third in league standings. The team proved to be one of the best sport teams at Thomas Jefferson for the fall season. . .-6 V yuan:-Q , - Y Y W, M.-. . V X4 mucus: ., .ww ,V , iv W N3 Try WM-Q' 1 . L K V Pam St. John returns serve during a match in the T.J. Gym. i Top Row L to R--Jan White--Coach, Janet Todd, Cynthia Thomas, Lisa Luebke, Ruth Coleman, Jackie Sowell--Capt. Jr. Var. , Desiree Thomas, Cindy Long, Janet Veasey, Susie Sveska, Pam St. John--Co. Capt. Jr. Var. , Pat Johnson--Head Coach Bottom Row L to R--Cathy Henderson, Paula Plank, Dawndra Tolsma, Carla Stearns--Capt. Var., Cindy Levin, Alyse Zelinger, Paula McClain--Manager NG Bottom Row L to R--David Torpey, Steve Crosby, Norman Tarleton, Kevin Beasley, Douglas Young, Gary Romero, Ron Frasco, Brian Wilson, Gregg Lehnerz 2nd Row--Janeiro Stinnett, Danny Crtega, Harold Velasquez, David deGala, Jeff Smith, Johnnie Stephen, Mike Hartzog, Rich Thomas, Eric Spomer, Martin Gaeth 3rd Row--Asst. Coach John Miles, Don Martinez, Tony Lindsay, Joe Halboth, Tim Vogt, Gerald Martin, Gerard Martin, Rick Wright, Brad Hartgraves, Eugene Walker, Head Coach Carl Goodwin Top Row--Mike Martinez, Terry Neyens, Robert VonSpiegel, Victor Martinez, Steve Hostetler, Steve Larson, Craig Averch, Artie Hill, Ronald Mackey, Edward Simmons, Fred Mason ,,,?5,,z ., . yu. -- 8 Q "'lAs,". Y 4? . an 4 -U-an-....,, ,.,,,,' ' 'J OA ui A , f A -s W, i Coach John Miles gives a team member some sound Martin Gaeth in action advice. , ,,f The Thomas Jefferson Wrestling team this year was coached by Coach Carl Goodwin, and Coach John Miles. As always they have done a great job in putting together the finest team possible. All team mem- bers are to be congratulated for the fine way in which they supported our school. fl- ,,-ff' Gerard Martin goes for his move. j A.. Coach Carl Goodwin and team members watch the action. QWIMMING- Top Row L to R--Coach Mike Geraghty, Kevin Kurz, Captain John Baker, Mark O'Day, Jay Littman, Craig Curtis, Jim Taylor, Chetter Latcham, Drew Oliphant, Pascal Bordy, Coach Gerald Smith Second Row L to R--Scott Smith, John Oliphant, Jeff Smith, Jeff Keefe, Brant Henkel, Kendall Smith, John Romello, Steve Trujillo, Tom Castellano, John Burbank Third Row L to R--Scott Stromberg, Jeff Kramer, Robert Crandell, Mitch Witkin, Doug Peterson, Charley Kutzler, David Aguilar Missing from picture--Scott Hugdahl, Scott Miller, Jody Hidall 6 .,t...., 'V Am , V a .i"1'r'rF ' W .,z1fP? A .tty . -. t aim- v , , . J , 1 , gala " L. We t fa,-I .-9, fl ..v -4' W A ' QL"f"' , .F - 4 . . ,A hr- a, -W 4 fa wr A '-Skt- . ,QSM , , , ', I -Q-,R V' ,I . - W :..gfL3,f-15, . - -f Q. - f ,, --..,.3. W -, , ew ,,L.nQ,.3 f VJ , ,,,- fe...-,- wg . , w .-,Q My tab., - . - 1 Qgxx 3 LP, L V,,,53,, . , V , ' a..--vfxhm ' . ,rx ' -v 7, . gf , F ,. W . -,. - .N ' L ,--- J , f- .- kv- , - mph- A v-,fp-N ,K t -:.?.,f'- 55. M Q M' J ,, , we- 3.1,---7 f ' ' . .. "M f , Qifyr L31 -HQ! .. 5' A - - M -- 1 ., , ,,,, ..,,.,,, Q. H1 ,,,,A.,'. , s ,N 1 W Y J . - I W -'I ff Wg, , .::,,WN:agf+f'Kf PS'-1.-' "Q - 5 IK' ff ., ,f,,,,ft W.,-.ctw ,G -. , Q., - . gr , Q 747' MIM- : Y """l"' f , , , '--'H-s W "' Scott Hugdahl works on his breaststroke before a meet. T"-... lf' X RW fs -fi , Y Pg 2 .f-.f,. L 'ima px. .. ,,, . if 1 - ' a,i.-13,1 .fa f5hix1iQ,25ih5 Jeff Smith exhibits perfect execution on this dive in the Thomas Jefferson pool. This year's Thomas Jefferson Swim Team represented the school with a fine exhibition of swimming skills and talent. The team completed another successful season under coaches Smith and Geraghty. Our swimmers finished a close second in the city, hurt by a loss to George Washington. Congratulations go to all team members for putting their best efforts into bringing Thomas Jefferson another outstanding year. Ei 'L' Jay Littman, Kevin Kurz, and Captain John Baker relax after a meet at T.J. T sa., 1 Nw., .1 y P' VA!-ZQHYBAQ Back Row L to R--Clement Anderson, Barry Sublett, Ken Hall, David Black, Tom Lens, Carl Jackson, David Harnish, O'Bias Posey, Paul Howard, Fred Carter, Russell Fox, Shelby Davis Front Row L to R--Coach Elwyn Ashford, Coach Ken Hughes, Mgr. Cecil Stinnett Q 1, ' Q1--1' in f Russell "Magic" Fox goes to the hoop. David Black scores against East 'XX V K V -, ,,LWj-gljflirie. ff - af .- 1-4 fn A 'K - ' Q 5 , . , ,tl gi, . - -- f A: Q xx' .Y Y . ,.. K K is H 1 'X r, g. J it V' 12' Ken Hall shows his strength on the boards. This year's Thomas Jefferson Varsity Basketball team has one of the best records in the school's history. Coaches Ken Hughes and Len Ashford fielded a strong team with a short but quick line u . Pin the District playoffs Manual had to forfeit due to player ineligibility. This gave TJ a chance to play Kennedy and become second-seeded in the Class AAA state tournament. TJ went all the way to consolation championship where they played Mullen High, finishing sixth in the state . ,- ' . E v.,..4 ,, Q 1 'fl kiwi ef .... S 1. la 'S - li , , L p y xl ...Ti ggi 5 ., :Q. 1f :ff- 5 Q David I-larnish makes a jump shot. GHZLQ' B49 This is the first year Thomas Jefferson has had a girls' basketball team. Under the coaching of Jan White, both the varsity and junior varsity teams fared well. With the suc- cess of this year the teams hope to have another excellent season in 197 8 . Q?-' S. L, ,rf ,qv I5 : , f' ' ,t ia' fu- . W "T ,- I can jump higher than you can! WW" ? g..,.,f 7 1 Back Row L to R--Coach--Jan White, Mgr.--Daphne Patton, Susie Perkins, Jeannie Burleson, Paula Plank, Monique Mazur, Dawndra Tolsma, Lynn Foster, Desiree Thomas, Jackie Sowell, Angie Hardy, Karen Bridges, Mgr.--Diane Perkins, Asst. Coach- -Barb Newby Bottom Row L to R--Claudett Cowens, Carla Stearns, Pam St. John, C. C. Jones, Michelle Washington, Regina Collins, Cynthia Thomas, Cammellia Lewis, Trainer--Shelia Terry WUWUUZQ fpifffi t ij -4. IH we sr - 'A ni- ' , up W Nl If I try hard enough, I might be able to catch that ball. Hell!! MH ll, ia!" i si, an xx. O -. ,- -- WE4.f ff IL 'xiii .lp 1 L Coach White gives the latest strategy. With a free chance to shoot, Pam St. John I t A pockets the basketball. x Q. JI-Z. VAIZQHYBAQ 5 my 1 Front Row L to R--Coach Len Ashford, Emmett Powell, Mgr. Cecil Stinnett, Oliver Kemp, Coach Ken Hughes Back Row L to R--Clement Anderson, Ken Traylor, Barry Sublett, Tom Letts, Todd Mueller, Fred Carter, Roger Cobb, Fred Houston, Keith Edmunson, Russell Fox, Steve Townsie Russell Fox gets two points against East. O'Bias Posey shows perfect form on the free-throw line. BOYS G-YMNAQTICQ Front Row L to R--David Anderson, Greg Pumphrey, Todd Richie, Clarence Small, Doug Young, Paul Hannum , Barry Katchen. Back Row L to R--Manager Drew Oliphant, Tim McCarthy, Stuart Walton, Steve Hostetler, Mark Marshall, Shawn Flora, Tom Castellano, Mike Simon, Coach Gerald Smith 1 v 1 f I 5 V lx .tal --AIG 5 I '92,-ni" g , 5. .fQ,.j'fLfQ ug: 13511, " .GV 'QW Q .,:fg, x 'B 1 '-141:-12 f1Pf' , Yiwff ,F 1531-12 . V .Y , , S-,. ' 1-fi, : 5 f., ILL? Al Y Todd Richie performs on the still rings. 'F-f'-" ,W 5 T 1 5 1 4' 5' T It JI The Boys Gymnastic unit at Thomas Jefferson is anticipating a successful year under Coach Ger- ald Smith, although they will have a young team. The team lost several seniors last year, but Coach Smith believes the team will steadily improve with more and more experience. Mike Simon is the only returning letterman from last year's squad, and Coach Smith will be looking toward Mike to provide team leadership. BOYS 'IPACKJ f r K fm b wr:-ffm Q xr .. vmw, .yUlN1,, NOAA , 4 1 Ww yy M Y 1 '-wk Runner Kenny Lehrer looks out over track field. iliflf i i L' 3 JEEP "' WMAS . ak- ' W igmsaff , QNMAS Sllla l+LNWR50'Q! VW ' L A rum ,, gm V 22 13- -'Q TI's rop track stars Ken Lehrer, Donnie McDaniel, Tony Lindsay, and Ken Hall. 7 T I.. . . . . y A ' ' D' 'ii I , ' - -' H V: ' 'J f ' " 3 . . .1 .. wt W, .ali . T . .441- .. ,O -'L' ' ' ., AJ , . J, VKN K 4 ' ' W' -1 ' f . - .., " :QA 4. W 5 L , '. fZ.1At'.: 1 'grip -13 ,, 1 ", f .gr J Ju ,W ,:' '. -if ,-. .- - L ,f ' 4. , . " -A . ., N , 'f , A J, , .. V 5 :I K-,,p-JF, i41U,:LV ,Bk F . , 3 ,WC . , F p , ,mv . .,,. .bzrgfg -2-M 1 I . ' Q " '3H'f'fI?r:. f ,A ' 5 .,"' - 'L-4 - 1 - , V1 - :5l5fJ f'C"?f. . - '-5 ' af- - -.1f.- J .' ,-.- . , JV- , x .-4--, , iff' ' r-..: , - N-,. ,M if f -f- 1 i - if: .- -.,,-, J J "'?:fiwf,lt - -,Q gpg-r:3Z5 . 4:1 jf :ff r' ' , N - V43 ., 'p , f-s X' , 2',.5t-5,23 l ,jf 'L - ' -,,f!Yj,?L3,1.vj .,,,p. ' ' , ' '-':., Mrtgifff LJ' " '44 1' -'- - -. .4 , . 1' H r .kb I 1. . ,L .' .ull . t 1- 1 ,- ' '1'vS?iifif'g9i'- 1 -' ,fir , H 17: . r.v,,u,,.1-, ,L-' ,,, M V K V V Zs,tfZ4c.-fi-'afjff - . . . - -- A -' 4, ,f Q Top Row, L to R: Brent Page, Assistant Coachg Fred Mason, John Bodhane, Ricky May, Carl Jackson, Donnie McDaniel, John Williams, Peter Todd, Tony Lindsay, Kenny Hall, Ron Overton, Ken Abosch, Jeff Gifford, Tony Murphy, Curt Hannum, Gene Kuark, Gordon Learned, Head Coach. Middle Row, L to R: Gordon Davis, Steve Gray, Lee Lindsey, Thad Stephens, Clarence Troutman, Sam Pegues, Dale Pederson, Dean Otey, Kevin Anderson, Randy Tinsley, Brian Fields, Jim Patterson, Shawn Isaacs, Herman Motz, Assistant Coach. Front Row, L to R: Craig Carpenter, Ron Mackey, Al Rowlett, Gerard Martin, Larry Holmes, Kenny Lehrer, Curt Frain, Dave Anvari, Jim Trautman, Norm Tarlton. Al O'Hara, Milan Hudson. This year the Thomas Jefferson Spartan track was in the middle of a successful season as the yearbook went to press. Two noteworthy 1 returning lettermen were Kenny ge, Lehrer and Ken Hall. Under Coaches Learned, Motz and Page, the team hoped to finish with a city champi- onship. YNMA , Xtnlnsi 95 Wy G-Il2LQ'l12ACKf This year's Girls' Track is hoping to have a successful season. Under the coaching of Jan White and Nancy Gregorio, the team is striv- ing to win the League title. Thomas Jefferson as always, is represented well by the members of the Girls' Track team. I. Front Row, L-R: Cynthia Thomas, Ebbie Samuel, Michelle Spickland, Lisa Merriam, Renata Midgett, Jackie Sowell, Cheryl Pegues, Sheila Norman, Michelle Morris, Jeannie Rowe. Middle Row, L-R: Pam Tarrant-Manager, Chris Dubois, Linda Hardiman, Karen Von Phul, Susan Perkins, Diane Perkins, Wendy Cozens, Lori Gallegos, Desiree Thomas, Lori Frasco, Camellia Lewis, Lynn Foster, Susie Sveska. Back Row, L-R: Coach Nancy Gregorio, Sandra Johnson, Karen Bridges, Karen Solomon, Teria Perry, Connie Washington, Annette Archie, Kelleen Casey, Cynthia Fast, Lori Bouma, Denise Bell, Audrey Pinkey, Minday Trautman, Salena Coleman-Manager, Coach Jan White. Wh. The Thomas Jefferson Girls' Tennis Team had two excellent players returning this year, Cindy Sigman and Cindy Levin. The squad looked toward these two for stability and lead- ership. This season was another successful year for the team, since they were well coached by Newby and fun- damentally strong . GIRLS' TENNIS GIRL'S TENNIS "T" Terri Epstein -We Cindy Levin Ann Magee Patty Mijer Hilary Milne Julie Nelson Paula Plank Aileen Rifkin Ann Rogers Gay Shaddock Cindy Sigman Ellen Sigman Leba Sunshine Gail Swedberg Pat Tobin Angela Wagner Linda Western If E ,f A- Miss Barbara Newby Coach IW' WQQHYB4 . rr. ' -5- qi .4 . at R U . , ef- - Q 1 , , X 1 .du J A 1. Sac J-1,1-A I N., . K V :KA ,V , I IV 1 Sn' ' tal Mu! 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M. - Q .3,:,. . , gi-Lua' L' F V' K. AM,-355. 5, - -.3 .5 Q.. as ,l 3.3. 3,73-v 5 -2 ,'qj'Y,k, k..',,i3 A ' ' U , 7 K ' 537-:'h:"'1g.-A. QV? .4 !'7f3'.:w-is 391' SFT:-fl .3:P9+,,'QTf?"iNff- ,- 4 5 :.?.:,g25S,',','Yg4. V-Ai..t.jQ'L:r?Mf5.,.:fr,.4..:l!-.533-'.,"f Qg5,t,5Q, .Z . . .k.,,... 7,13 . R hm 2 f L, g,,, , -. V -,. 7 V. .5 W- HP-,. K -,Z . 1 ., -as .. al..-', , 1-,f?TFi'f-... W.-if b . ' . 1 . '--'agwff ' " f Y ""'1..' 'f".'2 R ,1.:'T""2 L: 1' . ' 'rf-' 'X ' " '-' pm... 'F X ' . ' . . ff Ll zf aa -fe. 'S ' 2- qv "' -sf, mr. EQ ' .Ss-f-. 4-ft... .lfa',...1 Q . 1"- 1 ' A . wa Bottom Row-L to R-Bill Feliss, John Pederson, Elliott Farber, Gary Romero, Tom Goddard, Arnold Jackson, Carter Betz, David Neyens, Rick Beckwith. Top Row-L to R- Coach Robert Biegel, Mark Spicer, Todd Mueller, Randy Lana, David Black, Kirk Dalchau, Mike Dore, Mark O'Day, Kevin Kurz, Coach Andrew Geiss. 93155 Y iw wg '3vgW?55pf ' 1i??'J7i597'f"f K J ,. t ,M :"W'. " M. U , . . , l. ,fra mf. xx, .V,,, ., . M.. az? 5 A .All f Y ,J ' l , e I' 2 '- g .. , . 3, W..f...vv fr fn' , .. fu I , 1. ,Q ,,,,,,5m,v24QxA ,all .4 ghffjitt ggtw. - Que.. - '- 2 . .g5,,52'f ,eq - . . W 'ae- .: . f au MW ,ft C r .. - . ,a.p,i,.g4 .L--i-.Y -- New M, , Coach Andrew Geiss has put together a very strong team for the 1977 season. One of the team's strong points was their pitching staff. Mark O'Day and Randy Lana pro- vided the Spartans with excellent pitching. The team lost three excellent players last year through graduation, but are looking forward to filling their shoes capably. JUNIOEJVAPSHYBA Jeff Apple Kevin Beasley Todd Crandell Bill Fisher Nick Fisher Steve Kemman Perry Leyden Robert Lopezi Mark Maly Gro Mesch Kerry Neyens Mark Nichols Mike O'Day Dean Ottenbrert Reed Parcell Iohn Pederson Emmett Powell Scott Rex Coy Robinson Mark Spicer David Starr David Wayman Ron Westerberg Robert Wood Coach Steven Stretz if 'A we . "'. A -'uf . Q, muff'-2" g, L x' r X . -Xi ,wx X.. . .xy - x igfibi' ,.,x,x. -my -xi' Www' 'K .- J l 1 ,g -. , ,ff -www' - ' A , A1 . f?ZiQ?iw25gg'..,f-qff' M ' 5: .. , fr , A , LM .f '- ' - -. '- - p 1 . ' .w'. ' ' - K , vsmw..,'l-f I.V. Baseball Coach Steve Stretz had an enviable pre- dicament this season--there were an abundance of talent and many players from which to choose. Coach Stretz built the fundamentals of the play- ers because they were inevi- tably the players who will represent Thomas Jefferson's Varsity Team next season. ' ' f.L'J- l ACTIVITIES Wendy Dinner Barb Gemmill Andrea Wright W E TJ. IZALLIEQ QITZNGF-H' TOT!-IETOP X.-nl""" Eg jf.. 'rv '-not ', -,,,,, - Q93 'E 1, -, l i HW .ifljfgqr QQ.: Jag , - xl, 1' .N -' 'hs . .rfijz-,q,q , '1 f ,sp lg' ,-1 ,, ,. '. fd Q 'wefif 411, , I gg' ,F ,Q 5 -' y. lr . ! 'Q' -4,-Ii' ' Af . . , - 1 ,. Q1 I 1 -'N EY , 3 Q . 6 w ' Q xi ' 3 J Q ' ' ' 'ix 'FJ' b ,A hu X, Y w ff 'S.s . W , 2 Y' 'V b , 2 ' D ' ikl- . ' f 4 Q N fs.. - MEM' '77 Woseebfuobizwdommotooiiwes, bubw L. 9.4. Ulwiiclwol PPP? Aueawaoum Sharon Pepper-- President Wendy Dinner-- Vice President Cindy Sigman-- Secretary Gary Reiff-- Treasurer Paula Russell-- Social Rep. Sue Steiner-- Political Rep. Qenuwdoss Brian Andresen- - President John Baker- - Vice President Lisa Smith-- Treasurer Jeff Day-- Representative Ron Frasco-- Representative Jill Thomas-- Representative Jumwclaas Cheryl Akin- - President Aileen Rifkin- - Treasurer Lori Feiner-- Representative Blair MacNeil- - Representative Jodi Zeppelin- - Representative Class Doug Ross-- President Becky Robinson-- Treasurer Debbie Hardiman-- Representative Rene Holmes-- Representative Doug Young- - Representative ii ww! Ewan - ' J mcg-Przesmewr WW mmsupsm M527 y l POLITICAL ' SOCIAL PEP PEP Qpwalb Special RQ:- ,-Om Qzifm While many see the activities and accomplishments of T .J. 's Stu- dent Council, few realize the hard work put in by its faithful sponsor, Mr. John Miles. Student Council would like to offer its sincere appreciation for all the help and encouragement in addition to the long hours put in by Mr. Miles. 91 "-1 Laurie Lehrer n .Fx 'X A.. M hi cf THE QPU-2H'OF '76 1 gy."-fi y, .g 5, , ml' . mf uw - I -1. x 1 .iy msn... Kymbal Anderson I"-'qi 4 s I fi' ,U ' Cindy Young , 'Wfxr s.': v -4 b'fiffQ"' T . , , . : 1, ,,,,.N,l-...l -V . f Q' P ,JIM -fM,.:.f,v L- fl' R-E1-rf, 'f-we 4' I ww: zaw7""5Y+'ff.s..' T"f'f '1sz3re'ZEi'vl1w Sandee Ortiz C' 'ig 7255.- 'Fx' im. 14+.fQf.'r J ' u.- , ,J 4, T52 1g..5ff-Ff'sfH5'l1Q2QgA-is n,,.... V . , U.---... . -. -,V . "7 "sm . - ... .ks - -1 -4 547' Yvette Devers .. H-4, v N L ll fi -e Y Q- A A .f .im I il Liz Rike l-I Leslie Fukahara W, K ,.,,t,i N f ,.1 WV, : ,W ,M ' I Cheryl Pegues Kathy McHugh- -Head wr-f PON G-IIZLS 1 '7 Andrea Wright Q09 94 f. f 1. Q' an M .swdf iff? ,Q., g 4? - 'S Robyn Bailis lr:-:v""' P-'lf-1 1'-Mai msn., Dawn Hollingsworth Janis I-Iardiman Y . 2' lf.-, f 1 1 QQ ' J eg? In-f Barb Weber . XJ ,, , :Alia 274 .. 1 .,,, ,s Lori Jenkins Allyson Bowen Head Barb Gemmill i it 5? f . FX' '-.A glint 554-W 1, M Bill Logan Kristi Din- ner f Betsy Cook ',1 i"" 1 V 414 'Q Btiam A at We f Q. ' kW, at If '- I FVIQ , K L3 F' F Sue Steiner Mgff 'Y fi ' , . s , 12321 ,. '4 2 +35 -. . ai V , 'P' ' Robin Fong Gail Combs 96 i K .,,, ffarmfgv- 'wrt ' W -. 4 ? N, 14976-77 ' is 44-'TA if Tammy Lucero 'wbg Kristi Boatright Roxanne Fie "' .Q N X 9 ,i fs 7 ' M. ' 'Q f' -.",'-, U, 4 V - '-.vf2'k Sharon Pepper 's ai Q E5 Q W s :cs A, rw ' is 4 Kp Yr . gh ,.,,,.......--u-.,. ,A . Paula Nelson ht. .L Barb Gemmill Karen Barker X ,. Jodi Zeppelin Donna Levin David Bolden Wendy Dinner K .- his-di ,. ,a.., . Faye Larry C Todd Richie L C Ap .ly, r r E f i Andrea Wright Steve Grady Joanne Clark rcewgusm A lot of hard work and many long hours went into the mak- ing of the '76-'77 Aristocrat. It is a yearbook of which we, as a staff, are proud, and we owe our success to our three faithful and untiring sponsors, Mr. Mason, Mr. Justice, and Mr. Gilmore. The talents of these three men make the Aristocrat what it is, and we'd like to say THANK-YOU! I-lwwEcLMasow i4 5kS'76 JT! , , ,VA-mpg' ' ,Q Q ws' 9 - f S x - .V ,... ...WN nw,-A 1 Q L -1'ff'Z" U ' ' ' '- .- - L' www". K FT " ps "1'F33x,'N'g: ' Q G' " i '!i' ! v: ' A- in.: X 1 n . v.,., .ff,L'-Au 1- .aw ....--n.. ,,W: KEMVM -la: ,. f i T Q . L 'V ' u 1 , Z A' A J i at. LH is M DJ ' , 3 Ptuifif- ' ea 'XL .MA ' i.-jg, F ----'-'K'--W-I , U- A nA 1 N: T32 . '- -, D - .V L f-Q ,, if V' -f-7. ,.-. -K, , he U . ay px 4:65 -I , ,,g.,qA W ,,t .A ai' ,t f' 2491- 'K ' 7 - i, wx 'faf"?W'xf u.hQr l 1 ' f - 5 r- A W W -f -rw - -M K -, ' A w , . K N. 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Barb Axelson, David Anvari, Pam Bergkamp, Steve Bergkamp, Susan Berk, Lisa Boe, Lori Bouma, Julie Bradshow, David Brenneham, Sandy Brown, Warren Brown, Bruce Clift, Wesley Calhoun, Joanne Cohn, Norman Crews, Barry Danielson, Jeff Day, Rosalinda Douglas, Lamar Elliott, Eddie Espinoza, Paul Fennell, Chris Finley, Larry Ford, Steve Gray, Angela Groves, Jan Hall, Ed Hamilton, Karen Hamilton, David Harvey, Sue Hatchett, Larry Holmes, Kim Hollaway, Valerie Hugo, Chuck Jerome, Jay Jesmer, David Kessler, Mike Leonardelli, Adriene Lewis, Hugh Lindsay, Bill Logan, Kay Logan, Paul Lucore, Derilyn Mahn, Tim Manzanares, Gerand Martin, Martin Martinez, Fred Mason. Richard May, Kemper Meyer, Steve Morr, Laura Mosher, Norma Mozee, Nadine Mazingo, Angela Nelson, Eric Neilsen, Pauline Noble, Evelyn O'Dell, Darron Perlmutter, Doug Peterson, Doug Pollack, Mark Ragland, Amy Revis, Ivan Roberts, Coy Robinson, Randy Roe, Eric Rubanowitz, Kris Schwartz, Paul Shada, Ronnie Shenken, Jay Shoemaker, Ron Sladek, Walter Smetana, Betina Smith, Anne Spangler, Grace Spangler, David Starr, Anne Stears, Kevin Stromberg, Barry Sublett, Norman Tarleton, Ricky Thaxton, Dawndra Tolsma, Angie Valerio, Hal Weeks, Linda Westem, Burdette White, Glenn Wilbur, Mike Wilkerson, James Williams, Susan Witkin, Gary Woods. Ow... Putwlwwe Jassfwuvwv ' TJ. EN LE ,4., ff' A , x ,pn , vf , '76 Andy Alsdorf Barry Danielson Jeff Day Paul Fennell Ed Hamilton Chuck Jerome Arnold Jackson Hugh Lindsay Paul Lucore Martin Martinez Fred Masou - '77 Jazz Ensemble Kemper Meyer Steve Morr Paul Shada Jay Shoemaker Ron Sladek Scott Smith James Stewart Barry Sublett Roger Sublett Burdette White I JEFFER VOL. 17 NOVEMBER 12, 1976 NO. 3 L. to R. -Carter Betz-Sports, Ken Abosch-Editor in Chief, Eric Spomer-News, Craig Averch-Features, Lisa Schwartz-Editorials. ,M-'. CTOP ROWJ L. to R.-Reed Parsell, Lisa Schwartz, Eric Spomer, Mrs. Uchill-Sponsor, Ken Abosch, Carter Betz, Craig Averch, Cindy Bishop, Brian Clayburn. CBOTTOM ROWJ L. to R.-Scou Perlman, Devi Birenboim, Nina Gunning, Sonja Moulder, Jeannie Jones, Sue Abosch. ofus Beggwus ..,--.- ANDERSON, KEVIN BROWN, JEAN ' T DWORKIN, DAVID EVANS, ANN FISHMAN, JERRY --- A' GAUNT, JANE GARRETT, LISA 0 f 'A GOLDEEIN, ROBERT 43 3, . HAOOERTY, KATHLEEN ' X VA :Gs , ' HAYES, JANET JEFFS, ANNE KREMERS, DAVID MAJERUS. SUSAN MCGEE, SARAH 'WM' OETTLI, JOHN PETERSON, TOM PETTERSON, DAVID POWELL, TOM SHADDOCK, JENNIFER WEBB, KEITH wEESE, LONDA McGregor's Beggars is a group of students who travel around Denver performing. The students are especially talented and must audition for Mr. McGregor. We are proud to have a group of tal- ented students like McGregor's Beggars to represent our school. 0 Tgi- J" ' J A 'P V3 I J. 'J DJJ BI' 31 nn-- 6 '- 1. ITMJ I i. N .ntfi 1:3115 2 iw f If ' Ns J I 5 l Nba. MoGwgofv Hfmelb 'sr silm V., I new .rv 45- 1 . ,. 5 x. . H' ,LH . . ,,,w.zgq ..1W.W lm Q 'L E I . I, 5 1 ' V . ....4.,. , U 'H Ligefsafsoug. . . Kevin Anderson Dale Andrews Margaret Aspinwall Rebekah Baldon Harold Bishop Betsy Boland Anne Bolt Margaret Brady Jean Brown Robin Carney Jennel Clear Gordon Davis Celeste Entzminger Ann Evans Annette Faul Jerry Fishman Jeffrey Foster Kim Foster Lisa Garrett Jane Gaunt Constance Gilliland CJONOEJ21' CHO!!-21 Kerry Givens Robert Goldfein Carl Goodin Steven Grady Kathleen Haggerty Janet Hayes Cynthia Haynes Catherine Henderson Jeffrey Hirschfeld Margaret Houghton Anne Jeffs Andrew Kamlet David Kremers Donnie McDaniel Sarah McGee Kathleen McHugh Susan Majerus Barbara Melnick Jeffrey Monroe Melody Morgan Daron Nance Leontine Nix John Oettle Kelsey Penko Thomas Peterson Robert Poland Thomas Powell Sally Reed Natalie Rolens Douglas Ross Sheila Schlichenmayer Lisa Schwartz Keith Swope Gwendolyn Walker Jennifer Shaddock Jacquelin Sowell Lisa Stuart Keith Webb Lisa Weese Londa Weese Janice Yates Cynthia Young Steven Zelinger Dale Andrews Kimberly Bretthauer Lisa Buckels Cynthia Burleson Kathy Clark Bridget Cunningham David Dumm Keith Edmonson Bryant Francis Dana Fullington Lori Gallegos William Gilmore Pamela Glahn Sheryl Goddard Scott Gordon Olivia Guyton Diane Hadad Devorah Hand in . -J YM 1 , ADVANCED CI-ION-21 Deborah Hardiman Ronald Harris Laurie Hillman Yvonne Jones Patricia Lewis Tom Lopez Julie McCallin Ruby McDonald Taryn McKernan Lisa McPherson William Marshall William Martz Eleanor Moffette Tammy Mogor Julie Myers Marcie Nicholas Mark Nichols Jackie Parkinson Gregory Preisner Teresa Rockwell Curtis Roe Gay Shaddock Beth Shafer Jill Shryock Sharon Sidney Lisa Simpson Pamela St. John Keith Swope Sandra Vaden Julie Walker Dominique Webb Duronda Williams Leonard Williams Hilary Wilson Patricia Wing Cindy Young Dave Martinez J iw I M-wb Calvin Alexander Tamara Bess Crystal Bryant Janice Butcher Candace Carpenter Janice Carpenter Steve Crosby Janice Davis Trevina Davis Linda Ekanger Lisa Evans Yvonne Floyd Margaret Frisk Rhonda Grace Victor Handy Machelle Harris Dianne Hicks John Hoghaug .,,,,tflr,,..g-.ww K' W" ' 'Q-if Pamela Hooker Charlotte Hoover Arlene Houston Harold Hunt Asa Ingram Morcedess Jackson Allen Jenkins Joan Knoetgen Delilah Lipps Michelle Lucas Jacquelin McElroy Robert McKizzie Michael Magoun Susan Mansfield George Marler Elizabeth Martinez Darren Mills Melody Moore g. r Evelyn Odell Sheila Parker Lenora Pittman Julie Reed Patricia Reilly Audrey Ricklin Jeannie Rowe Michelle Rowlett Suzanne Staneart Shari Sullivant Andre Surratt Charles Thomas Ann Veatch Tamaura Waller Mary Webb Gwendolyn White Linda Wood FOREIGN QIUDENTQ , .l wf4x.N'-- 1 1 'Abi L to R--Anamana Falconl Mary Akyere, Bosco Leung, Guity Dormishian, Irma Vasquez IdwuwPamgadu'tlw LAOQ Bosca Leung HONG KONG ECUADOIZ lfwuaf Vasqueg Maw L to R--Khane Panyachith Mary Akyere, Anamaria Falconi Guitg Dofwnishinw IRAN - di 15 Q CM ppgpd KING S QUEEN 1Q76 4'-22' Q F-MUN LOB' PEINEEJ SENIOR PJOYNJY Reed I-lfwww Awlf Clwnglb Pegues QCP!-IOMOIZE RJOYAIJY ffwhm Doug Young Aw Alfwg Balwu FOOTBALL Sept. 16 vs. Lincoln Sept. 25 vs. Kennedy Oct. 2 vs. Manual Oct. 9 vs. Washington Oct. 16 vs. South--HOMECOMING Oct. 23 vs. North Oct. 28 vs. West Nov. 13 vs. East TENNIS . Sept 21 vs. Manual Sept 23 vs. Washington Sept 28 vs. South Sept 30 vs. North Oct. 5 vs. West Oct. 12 vs. East Oct. 14 vs. Lincoln Oct . 19 vs . Kennedy ,SOCCER Sept 11 vs. Manual Sept. 13 vs. Washington Sept. 22 vs. South Sept. 29 vs. North Oct. 4 vs. West Oct. 20 vs. East Oct. 26 vs. Lincoln Oct. 30 vs. Kennedy GOLF Sept 10 vs Kennedy!Manual Sept 11 vs Washington!East Sept 16 vs Linco1n!North Sept. 18 vs. SouthlWest CROSS-COUNTRY Sept. 30 vs. Kennedylwest Oct. 7 vs. WashingtonlNorth Oct. 14 vs. East!South Oct. 21 vs. Lincoln!Manual 114 Jvllww Qpofd:sA Wfmwv Bags vm-fy ram '76-'77 BASKETBALL Dec. 14 vs. Lincoln Dec. 17 vs. Kennedy Ian. 'I vs. East ' Ian. 11 vs. Manual Ian. 14 vs. Washington Ian. 18 vs. South Ian. 21 vs. North Jan. 25 vs. West SWIMMING Dec. 16 vs. North Ian. 6 vs. Lincoln Ian. 13 vs. South Jan. 20 vs. Washington Ian. 26 vs. East Feb 3 vs. Kennedy Feb 10 vs. West Feb 1'7 vs. Manual GYMNASTICS Mar. 24 vs. North Mar. 31 vs. Manual Apr. 1 vs. South Apr. 14 vs. Lincoln Apr. 15 vs. East Apr. 21 vs. West Apr. 22 vs. Kennedy Apr. 28 vs. Washington WRESTLING, Dec. 9 vs. Manual Dec. 16 vs. Washington Ian. 'I vs. South Ian. 13 vs. North Jan. 15 vs. West Jan. 22 vs. East Ian. 26 vs. Lincoln Feb. 3 vs. Kennedy BASEBALL Mar. 24 vs. Manual Mar. 26 vs. East Mar. 29 vs. West Mar. 31 vs. Lincoln Apr. 14 vs. North Apr. 16 vs. South Apr. 19 vs. Kennedy Apr. 21 vs. Washington TRACK Mar. 29 vs. Washingtonlwest Apr. 19 vs. KennedylLincoln Apr. 26 vs. Northlliast May 3 vs. Manual!South Sept Sept . Sept . Sept . Sept eaw5cmo..sowr0p,rw. , , SWIM 16 vs. Washington 21 vs. East 23 vs. North 28 vs. West 30 vs. Manual Oct. 5 vs. Lincoln Oct. 7 vs. Kennedy Oct. 19 vs. South GYMNASTICS Sept. 17 vs. North!South Sept. 24 vs. Manuallwashington Oct. 1 vs. Lincolnlwest Oct. 8 vs. East!Kennedy Oct. 15 vs. Linco1n!Kennedy P Sept . Sept . Sept . Sept . Sept . Sept . . Oct . Oct . Oct . Oct . Oct . Oct . Oct . VOLLEYBALL 14 vs. 16 vs. 20 vs. 21 vs. 23 vs. 28 vs. Washington Lincoln South North Manual Lincoln 5 vs. North 7 vs. Kennedy 12 vs. 14 vs. 19 vs. 21 vs. 26 vs. East West South Manual Washington TRACK Mar. 24 vs. NorthlSouth Mar. 31 vs. Manuallwashington Apr. 14 vs. WestlLinco1n Apr. 21 vs. East!Kennedy Vmsvfg Rostw BASKETBALL Dec. 1'7 vs. Kennedy Jan. 7 vs. East Jan. 11 vs. Manual Ian. 14 vs. Washington Ian. 18 vs. South Ian. 21 vs. North Ian. 25 vs. West Feb. 1 vs. Lincoln Feb . Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 4 vs . Kennedy TENNIS 17 vs. Manual 24 vs. Washington 29 vs. South 31 vs North 12 vs. West 19 vs. East 21 vs. Lincoln 26 vs. Kennedy 0 f f do Melissa 5 I Ze er , Steven 1 L: . ly, Timo McDowell, Lise 5, McGee, Sarah A McHugh, Kathleen Meyer. Valinda Olsen, Judith i Petterson, David 2 Reed, Sally Reiff,"'69l'y" Y ' , Mary , Frank Lisa Debra Cynthia Susan Jill Jennifer Yo . Cynthia Zi wski . ' sooo Morawrw' I tg. PA. ALUMNITE4 '76 BACK I-IOMEAGAIN . 1. We 'fra 117 5- AQ ' limb This is the first year of the DPS Career Education Center and the project seems to be a big success. The CEC offers classes in occupational skills and in the performing arts. There are also professional seminars and advanced aca- demic courses which are offered at the center. Twelve thousand students from nine public and eleven private schools attend, and most students find the courses taught at the center a very valuable addition to the normal school offerings. RQ, E ,.-i'hi-.-i- l 'IP' QNX' . ,U in -,br 55 118 XTQ' 'fb xi 'rf' Devwwrfs CAIZEEIZEDUCNION PIL? C 2 , s '. 3 A g ,wi H75 .Q . gg.. ,V v JL-p- 'N-Q ,, 7 T -SX- MOG-EE TJ. Gals WNWJUP afgfcfww T.J . is proud to have had two finalists in the National Council of Teachers of English Writ- ing Awards Contest this year. The contest is open to juniors who show creative ability in writing. The winners are not notified until the following November. Both Sarah McGee and Debbie Shrednik were selected as finalists- CONGRATULATIONS! if 'Y--at ' DEBBIE Q1-nzeorvnc Q1.n21QnwxQoouPLe. .. 1Q1'ANNUAL PRESIDENTIAL I-IO'-'DANCE PI2,EQlDENTcwwL FIIZQFLAUV JEIZFDAY amd, 'CIM FOSTER IZUDOLPI-FQ IZOYNJY CINDY HAYNEQ TOM PEIEESON AND TER! Lowe-BELLA f Jfu, THOMAS PON FEANQOO AND QI-IAPJON PEPPER, QIEXIEENEIEINGEEJ CINDYQIGMAN TEIZPXCHWFOPD QUQIE. ON Hmlequm I Voice ----------- ---- P etet Van Pelt Eeyore ------------ Christopher Robin Roo -------------- - - Rabbit ---------- Piglet ------ Kanga ------- Animal ifrl ----- Animal 4112 ----- Animal 413 ---- Animal 4-114 ---- 124 - - - - -Jim Patterson - - - - -Susan Berk - - - - Don Hughes ---------Curtis Roe - - - - - Charie Neuman - - - - Dana Fullington - - - - -Carol Sperlak - - -----Ann Magee - - - - - -Nicky Webb - - - - Patsy Fahlberg WINNIETF-IE POOH QMLAML 4th Mr. Van Daan -----Ed Moore ---- ------MikeSe1ub peter .....----- ---- J erry Fishman Mr. Kraler -- Mrs. Frank -- Margot ------- - - - - - -Dave Dworkin Mr . Duzzez - - - - -- -- -David Kremers -- ---------- Anne Evans -Theresa Rockwell Anne .--------- ----- L orrie Harrison Mrs. Van Daan --- Miep ------- Student Director ---- G - I I cl, -7715 A -----Lisa Garrett ----Preal Sowell -----Janet Hayes i ew A! WV S ' 5 3-fn ,Y ts. - 15- 3 . M X Q v-X Q z -rl :wr 'WU Q L . ,J - - W 5 z 'HQ , M ., " K m Ill: I ' Arr .: : A I V7 W: a t Q f , Lf ."' V ' .h - A M as All Qclwolb Show Ego Ego Bffwlio 24th, esta, as 26flv, 2 l l Albert ------ Conrad ------- Mr . MacAfee-- - Randolph ------ Hugo ------ Mayor ------ Guitarman ----- Maude ----------- T. V . Stage Mngr. Policeman ----- Rose ------------ Mae Peterson --- Kim McAfee ---- Ursula -------- Mrs. McAfee --- Gloria Rasputin --- Student Director ---- Tech. Director-- Stage Manager -- Promt . --------- 126 The Cast ------------------Daron Nance --------------Kevin Anderson - - - -Dave Kremers - -Jerry Fishman - - - -Chuck Jerome - - -Rob Goldfein - - - -Ron Harris - - - -Carl Goodin - - -Bill Gilmore Bud Bisho --"' P ------Janet Hayes Peggy Houghton -Kathy McHugh - - - -Margaret Brady - - - - -Ann Evans - - - - Diane Phillips - - - -Lisa Garrett ---Lori Axelson ----Laurel Hall --Sarah McGee 'ith l Ayyyyy! I love you, Conrad! Fl Ili illlllu pmefagl, Back Row: Tom Pollini, Gregg Young, Dave Culbertson Grant Hanna Front Row: Brant Henkel, Tony Pfau, Cathy Cox The Photo Staff is group of students who rarely get the credit they deserve. The Photo Staff is made up of Pho- tography Il students, who are willing to donate their spare time to take Yearbook and Newspaper pictures. The Photo Staff takes the pictures, develops the film and prints the pictures. The Yearbook Staff would like to thank the Photo Staff for all of their help. Without them we wouldn't have been able to have such a great year- book.!!!!!!!!!! T Todays T l-,f,74279q was 4.- ir . V Er .T, 'SMI One of the alternatives to the ordinary school curriculum at T.J . is the Intemship program. Through this program, students are given behind-the-scenes opportunities in working professions. The students are allowed to take off one semester and work on intern- ship in a field that interests them. This year's students were spon- sored by everything from the State Historic Society to a Real Estate Firm. The program has received lots of enthusiasm and seems to be a big success. sk " 21 ,. t t2 ,,, A is TIRE MUST FOREVER DE A GUARDIAN AT THE GATE FROM HELL... JQSFA milestone a master iece JL! , -John Simon, NEWQYTC M ...NOT ,SINCF LADY SINQS M1 mt stores Billy 'Dee Vvilliotttzs Raft Qamgcy 'scat ysptiqi Hrs musnc tor "The Snug" won an Academy Award A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ECHNICCLORQ Zlpnw 1-it- mf .. . r ,ga 28 Eg.- E y -" 3 555 2-F?" QW 5355553 sill 2 is ga the sen mel A UNIVERSAL PICTURE A RALPH BAKSHI FILM LinaWertmuIIer's DICK AND JANE as. x v W t' . f,-il Q r . ,J E. - V 1 as W wa, .-...HV ' ,egg . t g . . .,.., ,, , ZUTH CENTURY-I-OX PRE-lSl:N'l'S ' ' ' uttes ,4 ...thats what they call him. to mom Anno Ll uomlultsousamwang 0 x Nggffed "sm rlcrunty' f- '- 'Q "nest ACTORS' I , T ,"8ESTACTRES5."' If :WA fi' ff , f "Best directoawand ' fs 5-Sr f D "Best screenplay" ' f ,iv ', , f WALK If 4 " 4 .: rs- 0 if ' i l 'f I . '-v1?4'af f The A f f L A ,,f B A f 5 fi!5il!dl'l f Q, ,-1, as CPIISSIIIQ .,t, if Y fi. . . P. T9 fb.. fe, 'l ESV Thomas Jefferson students combined 'with fL., "film nuts" from Lincoln High School to go on V the second annual educational excursion to I O "fantasy land''--Hollywood--during Spring - ' "" ,g break April 1 through 6. Among sites visited included UCLA Film Department where a 1 screening of a not-released motion picture was seen, a talk from Frank Welker, former Thomas Jefferson student and ARISTOCRAT staff mem- ber, who has appeared in Disney films, Dinah Shore Show, Mike Douglas and Merv Griffin Shows, and is currently a "voice" for Hanna- Barbera Studios. Burbank Studios, Disneyland, Universal Studios, Grauman's Theater and a tour of Beverly Hills were part of the trip. The group also saw the musical, "Chorus Line," and returned to Denver via San Diego. TJ students making the trip included Carol Sperlak, Kathy Stimac, Bud Bishop, Lisa McPherson, Tracy Fanning, Leslie Fukahara, Michelle Duncan, Sharon Hill, Lisa Stuart, Carl Scales, Stanley Fay, Lori Siegel, Laurie Way, Lisa Storey and Kenlynn Dodson. 51330 nomnmn ron 2 ASADEAQT twnanst Ji' 1 ' -,-r WALT DISNEY Pnooucnous' RON HGWARD ' 35 11. .if1'Fff'l3f4:2252-:if-5-ila'::f2f22'122:2f1Is.sf-Sffazfsf, 5'-S222 z -1ff-1:,. 1 ,1f A l :1: E: 1:1:1 1 1:,t:,fl :,.. .f.f1 1 :,:,..,1: , -rf 1 ft: WML Q ' 0 S HW Bdt3h"l'tGnllMlllls,Jadtef0sTflland.mhn ISHN Y Y T . ,ll ie PlmlELu'iitTtnnmnm - ..,.MARYRllliljlli5H' it ww-'gm ' -- ,. C Hgwtlm yglfevpmgnri ,L ' agazin , l 4 R l PlmilbBgfww m i , .rg X Y . A n ,.. f-p 4 .X 'T' im-, - i 4 X W V I X lvti 5 X . -A Now is the time for love It's like heaven up above Your true romantic heart, Will never let us part. There are many things to say , about the love on Va1entine's Day. Tong Linda Jeuwg Fislwow Bobwckuwu BfaawAww!wsew I PI-2J0MQUEEN1Q MIssDowwfLwIw PPJNCEQQEQ OF I-IONOI-Z Jeumg Qhaddocla Daww Hofliugswowtlv ROW 1 l 2, X Q U ' ? 1 lr . ' 35 . 1 'ffl' ,Z if Carman weve orvw Jug BEGUN . . YumDwwus Susanne Robin Abosch Robyn Sue Bailis Shaun Casey Baker Lorrie K. Baur Cynthia Bishop Kristi Lynn Boatright Lori Beth Bouma Karen M. Bridges Jean Schuyler Michelle Yvette Melanie Ann Lynn Sue Theresa Ann Gary David Annette Marie Lori Faye Judy Kay Kenneth Edmund Karin Elise Glasgow Karen Ann Gutjahr Janis Leslie Hardiman Janet Marie Hayes Cathy Lynn Henderson Mary Kay Higgins Jeff Loren Hirschfield Lorentz Gregory Jones Gregory Joseph Jonsen Aija Jundi Rodney Michael Kass Jeffrey Edmond Keefe Jennifer Anne Kelty David Edward Kremers Faye Nannette Larry David Michael Leiker Delilah Jean Lipps Cindy Kay Levin Lisa Lynn Luebke Kathy Ann MacLaughlin Elaine Marie McGovern Scott David Mills Hilary Ann Milne Nadine Ann Mozingo Randall Edwin Nakagawa Pamela Anita Owens Brian Andrew Reeves Elisabeth Fyffe Richardson Aileen Martha Rifkin Rebecca S. Russell Debbie Lynn Schaefer Laurie Ann Schneider Jane Lucretia Shoppell Martin Shore Ron David Sladek Mark S. Spicer Carla Joan Stearns Kristin Karen Stebbins Kathryn Deanne Stirnac Lisa Lee Storey Susie Renee Sveska Janet Marie Swanson Susan Rae Swedberg Lisa Renee Weese Kevin Timothy Kenna Aletha Kay Kirk Terri Wenner 9 NZYHONAL - , POPE-NQIC G LEAGUE fxx, F JL . N.F.L. Members: Ken Abosch Glen Bailis Larry Bahrych Joel Berk Kirk Bloede Dean Brown Lisa Buckels Tom Castellano Lynn Davidson Carolyn Driver Gary Eisenstat Terry Epstein Roxanne Fie Nick Fisher David Gladstone Ron Harris Janet Hayes Cindy Haynes Don Hughes Sara Johnson Greg Jones Andy Kamlet Bob Lackner Nancy McCallin Lori Merriam Todd Mueller Paul Newman Cathy Nevens Mark Nichols Brian Reeves Gary Reiff Jerry Reiff Aileen Rifkin Terry Rockwell Doug Ross Jenni Sandberg Cindy Sigman Ellen Sigman Eric Spomer Dave Stewart Andy Walker Valerie Wolf Steve Zelinger Aaron Zweig Sponsor: Miss Kasdorf I!!! 1 S 139 Vi' 'X Al' h 11-' L L r 13? 'fi'x'., ' . wiv Q Q: X 'Q' i ' I 'W 17 443 S ' , .1 A A , xi. 4 ,, .3 , vqgqf 2. Q 'Y A f- 93 9 sw ' ' V"1+'W .L ff ff . ...N ,Q . , . N , , -,J - .- 'X' 7' L ftg L , ,Q f A K L, my if,-.. er . . Y., 44 A A ., E qs S' Q Q A , S Q Q Xe 1 -" Q 4 H l f C!Maj. Johnson 1 C!Capt. Rausch N I, .. ' .K C!Lt.C Szeluga lv iff -' -5 'V'7?f..w. ' 'x " mv F r '-H . '. Wifi , L '-5 . fi aw e ' i .. , .' ' C!2Lt. Menogan ,W in if V Q 1, C!SSg. Frain -L f 4 C!Maj. Hooker ClCapt. Andrews .11 I' ' - 1 1 1 4 ' ' L ' gi fra' - . . E -W if ' gngxn , '1 L , 'fi gr .r . r L. LJ, ,- .. L ,L ..L., Yi ILQLLLLL---.-,..-,,-,,,,,.,:,,, f' I "fuse 2 73:13-23..?2..e.aia'gfi.51i ss' F -7 'F ' D 9 . 5 , '- -15f3f' f' :-' j ' 1 ' 11 .., ..-. an , From L to R--K. Bridges, S. Martinez, M. Cobb, C. Haynes, H. Bruce, J. Ellington, V. Gogan. 1. Shoppell, L. Rausch, J. Johnson, T. Davison, G. Link, J. Dorr, J. Holper 'f 1 "' 'ff' K. Romer, K. Menogan, R. Kennedy, R. Raney The objectives of the cadets at Thomas Jefferson are the culti- vation of citizenship and lead- ership characteristics vital to both civilian and military pur- suits. R.O.T.C. was first started in 1819 at Norwich Uni- versity by Capt. Alden Par- tridge. The National Defence Act of 1916 granted land to colleges that would accept R.O.T.C. in their programs . TJ. MEN EXHIBITION DPJLLTEAM s fl mn.,- .--MI 4.29 I- ,A A at.. Q-.g,,,.psw ,gs-4' uilvw ppm 1' Commander W. Hockerg Guidons, S. Grady, J. Williams: Rifle Members, J. Horne, K. Menogan, D. Dotson, S. Carree, J. Allen, T. Szeluga, A. Akridge, E. Sims. L. Sykes, G. Hockensmith TI-IE KING OFTI-IE DRILL FLOOI-Z 141 P' ..- .4 X P713 7 . From L to R--J. Johnson, L. Rausch, J. Dorr, J. Holper, S. Carree, A. Akridge, C. Suprenant, K. Brown, M. Cobb, G. Link, R. Raney, L. Akridge 142 fb... 0 ? mf From L to R--T. Willert, J. Henderson, S. Maxine, S. Carree, C. Shook, C. Kemp, L. Akridge, K. Shields, J. Wehrle, K. Brown, M. Allen, S. Flora, A. Hill, M. Nichols, V. Simpson , G . Hockensmith -0" X 4 7 .f From L to R--M. Cordova, L. Hill, D. Thordsen, C. Estes, S. Grady, J. Burleson, O. Yee, F. Manning, M. Rowlett, N. Devereaux, T. Jacobs, B. Leung, L. Wood, S. Pope, P. McKee, A. Williams, R. Mont, N. Lyle. D. Holzmann From L to R--R. Mont, R. Marshall, A. Jenkins, C. Thiel, D. Rose, K. Poston, M. Sims, K. Lofton, J Stinnet, S. Jones, A. Ingram, S. Derrera, C. Keesee, P. Noble, O. Stinnet, J. Schmidt. G. Marler, C Robinson, S. Crosby, C. Suprenant, M. Kemp, L. Nixon, J. Wainright, D. Davis. R. Raney From L to R--R. Kennedy, D. Sykes, C. Hill, J. Allen, I. Cabral, B. Anderson, T. Hill, A. Logan, J. Hicks, D. Ross, C. Bridges, K. Romer. A. Akridge, M. Collins, I. Williams, D. Harvey, A. Jones, R. Lopezi, K. Westrup, J. Schmidt, L. Sykes, M. Harris, I. Bales, R. Pistole, I. Horne, L. Foster, I. Roberts 143 CL UBS Kristi Boatright Todd Richie I In E i 5 'sixy xl.: J -O 0 ggi -N ,Q ' 4' L ."i2'2,?i '.f',": ' -' x , ,I ,,' 1, 'V SPANISH - .-. M y A Spanish Club meets once a week after school. The activities in which they participate tie in with their regular Spanish classes. fm, Qfqf Xn fx 1, ,, . f' ' 'Q V .4 1:53 '-fi! ' - ,gf :gf --QT .. Iv. we if , Q 1,09 L4 , ,f 1 lg Hm.:1s2f1ff- v ' . :-I-4? " 4122? . Sf: 5:2 2:-I' . . ,.,.,,- . gl . ' . ,,, Ygqj' ygzi' '-sql. 5,15 - q..-,.- .v.,f1r thin ,iyjzl -.lit-xg ffifi . X , , I.l2J.G. 4 l.R.C. Club helps to welcome foreign exchange students by including them in their activities. At the same time the members of the club learn more about other countries' customs. 'yj??,.,V, 4?:il:fa A 1S for Atherfies and ll s also for Active which is what the girls in Blue and White are All of them have a 3 O grade average and a good record in leadership. They all assist in the office and at many of the functions throughout the school mum., Cindy Young --- Kim Foster ---- ------- P resident Jill Thomas --- ---- Vice President Judy Olsen ------ ------- S ecretary Wendy Kidder ---- - ----- Treasurer Cindy Sigman ---- --- Jenny Shaddock--- --- Kathy McHugh ---- -------- C oncessions ----Tea Chairman - - -- - -- -Publicity -Banquet Chairman 147 CLUB German Club furihers the study of the German culture. The sponsor of German Club is Mr. Jackson. SPRECHEN DIE DEUTSCH? .-I ,1- 66 65 f Y Z.. 4 f ' ji 5 H- QV J 4. 1,4 Z. ,, g , nf' . , f C' Y 'A i 4 fi Cheryl Akin Larry Bahrych Mary Lou Broersma Wendy Cozens Chris Dubois Anamaria Falconi Roxanne Pie Teri Gaines Lisa Garretr Jane Gaunt Jeff Gifford Jeanie Hansgen Sue Henderson Brant Henkel Sharon Hill Jeff Hirschfeld Toni James Rod Kass Jenny Kelty Diane Knappenberger Randy Lana Barry Lutrrell Richard McCready Tom Magee Lori Merriam John Olipham Jenni Sandberg Paula Sussman Bob Templeton Julie Thomas Richard Thomas Bonnie Wayman Barbara Weber Lissa York Cindy Young David Leiker Rick Shaw I l Pam Bergkamp Steve Bergkamp Susan Berk Pascal Bordy Lori Bouma Joann Cohn Renae Cooks Cathy Cox Kristi Dinner Jan Farabee Karen Gras Juli Harvey Anne Heimbrock Leslie Henkel Mary Higgins Sharon Hill Aija Iundi Dave Kremers Fran Lande Marian Leone Bill Logan Tom Magee Nancy May Richard May Hilary Milne Edie Mittler Juli McCallin Lise McDowell Elaine McGovern Marsha McGraw Shawn McSwain Kim Moore Meg Olten Reed Parsell Cindy Perron Sharon Polegoy Amy Revis Mary Rozinski Becky Russell Debbie Schaefer Lisa Schwartz Debbie Shrednick Ellen Sigman Anne Spangler Paula Sussman Gail Swedberg Patty Tobin Anne Vaughns Andy Walker Cynthia Watson Leaan Williams Tracy Williams Tony Wright Karen Young FPENCHCLUB Prank ' fl, n E' 'Q-f Z-X 4 TL?" ,. PARLEZ VOUS FRANCAIS? Like German Club, the French Club goes outside the classroom to study France and its culture. French Club sponsors are Miss Becker and Mr. Pierson. President is Melanie Carlson and Secretary!Treasurer is Susan Swedburg . AEIZONAUTICQ CLUB r ' - , Q Q, . fn 5.151 '73 1 t-1122-5,55 ,Q-253 Q 6:2g7?? s-f if W X ,, W ff E ifiilfxx Av 'feats ' f tw' "Maintain thine airspeed and thine altitude lest the earth rise up The high fliers of T .J . belong to the Aeronautics Club Their sponsor is the great flying ace . . . Grace May field. and smite thee . " F-.B.L.!-Y. M K U Y -vw-RW.. X14 wt! f V f Qi? 5 , if 1:5 sitff' it-9 F.B.L.A. develops leaders and prepares gm I 95, students for the world of business. The -. f F.B.L.A. ' M . L R. ' gf 0 X in SPOHSOI' OI lS IS UCS UQ. s I Z if ,Q I . 54 -' 712' 'X '- l ,aff fl i- - 1 HL ,l ,I .A ' A uf S 1' 'hi Hams' 4 1 LL,7, KV. -255251, '? fr -' fa, gf. . 1 ,.. .Q -.-x . 'L 151.1 - gf ,gm ' 'llluxgjvsyi ,V .gg-jf-1" x 'v-:w'- , --1 'A TN?-LL I . TODAY TJ., TOMORROW. . . THE T WORLD! 4.x ,,..... dv. DI EDUC?-WON i . ' nv, S , -,- f'.i-as5.. " I ,.q-u-till!" ,v""'-r ' x Q 1. at F g 11 f ' V E029 Y-?Z52Y3Xf1M'g Sag 1, "- .D-R 5. 2 i 4 E s i 1 2 1 I t -A-f-....,.. - lim Tierney, Sponsor Wilber Anderson Don Andrews Patty Banks Yolanda Barber Connie Baxter Kim Bennett Larry Bisdorf Jim Blakey Lori Broce Monica Brown Tammi Brown Wayne Burkes Kathy Burnett Sally Burroughs Londa Crow Karen Connor Leslie Deuz Sue Doty Kelly Dougherty Tony Douglas Sheri Dreher Matt English Soni Fink Darla Haas Theresa Hailey Angela Harrison Debbie Harrison Kim Harrison Debby Halboth Ellen Hook Pam Hooker Carl Jackson Kathy Iulye Rod Kass Theresa Kelly Lori Lajoie Bill Lowe Camellia Lewis Diane Mahoney Tina Martin Tim McCarthy Ricky McDonald Valinda Meyer Valerie Niblett Kim Nix Sandee Ortiz Tina Pollini Jim Preslar Phil Romero Gina Scibella Cindy Sorensen Randy Strawn Lisa Stuart Cindy Svalberg Lisa Stuart Masharon Taylor Sherry Threlkeld Jim Tuck Anner Vaghns Ken Victorian Kim Walsh Koni Ward Cynthia Watson Andrea Wescott Elizabeth Wetteland Arletta Williams Cary Zwern OFAMEEJCA YW' X t -Af xt The members of D.E.C.A. gain insight into the world of business through classroom activities, competitions, and working in the D . E. C . A. bookstore at school. af! ,G 'ff Z 153 Q M 1 A E 3 S Elie Sigi H335 sg Q X431 ":.:: rf, I' 323532 , ,..,, Q H H O F2 VD Q m :il l,,, 1 X 1 re T ey y ag iqst ious '.-Q XFSQWF QW? 3 52 n Q5 Q 3 Q Q EESQQEEXSQM 323225 Q 3 gg 2 3293? 11 3 QQXESQQ wx Ei Xfx Alix lhQ X Xi--fl X urf4j X5 'isa GIRLS Q cw QOCCEPJ KN BOWLING C1118 The bowling club is a very high rolling organization. And with a sponsor like Mr. Keables keeping them out of the gutter, they are sure to hit a perfect strike . . . Ms. Fisher heads an organi- zation whose goals are to get many enthusiastic girls to come and participate in an old European sport called soccer . . . 155 I-l.E.l2J.O. "'i' s M . iff' 'Q P ,vxzgflfl g fab, -4, , - X ,wwf I 4 ?' 15 W ... w ? 'vw F4 bin With Mrs. Gathers as the sponsor of H.E.R.O. CHome Economics Related Occupationsj, the members gain training and skills directed toward employment in economic fields. W.,- 'R-if ' s: Q.. ,.,, J A.D.E. The Jefferson Artistic Dance Ensem- ble, under the leadership of Mrs. Gale, performed at Bonfils theater and also put on a school program called "Hot Fudge with Marshmal- 1ows." S. ,. .- 133131 QQ Q Q ,aff "f HN :EE-EE: -.1-19 .tw 1' 'lf '0 et - ,- -s ' , -' v Z 'r-:':Tr'3': -"--,sh -. .:'.-2-: 'l.'- -1 L... A :I . ft :fx K .. , ...,j, 5, i W ,L Aff, r, --- -Af. f--n L' 41 r ,Q -1-4-,.-Ugg, 'llll 1 25,3 , A . 11:4 'QQ' J h 'N rx ' " .. ., gif!-.2 - U, L, ,H ' ' ""QI1,i"" ' 'Y' 'UE' ' - "wTTlMf'-,:.-... ' ' .4-"j.r...i4,LL, M V A-az.: ' -Y ...,f...- I V fx,-rp--Y ' . WEAI-RE HEEETO KNOWLEDGE NCI' POOL OUR! IGNOEANOE . Q69 Q M M? trwfff N7 If X Arif 41-M-L. i .,, L, fffffvf I ff l , l,'-.. - f,vz - ' ff. Along with all the goofing around they do, Key Club is busy with other jobs throughout the year. Among these are: a pot-luck, entertaining kids at Ridge Home over Christmas and, of course, the ever-pop- ular Donkey Basketball Game!! Along with this they have a regu- lar meeting every week where many things CPD are accom- plished. 159 Bl NW- CLUB 200 YEARS AGO TODAY Mrs. Elizabeth Williams is the sponsor of a club whose title has 5 been publicized many times in the past two years . . . I NA '? + ' X firm 49 .X -'1T'1-1gj3?,e-,- 55, , 1 3-3-' jg. I-.-A-f4'TfK23- rj' ' ., -' .1 9-3,7.s'.gpf',',21p'-e,5'5f1.? ' ff ,. ' va ,ga ' .1f.',m5 ,- X ' 4" . .z- ,-rf -.-Za ye , F nd 1 1 I vq ' J '- f .- K, ' ,4'.-5 . , ' '- "1 Af' ...Uv .' , , ' A p. U' ' .- . , - - , - -11:55-.-' ' - V r.. - 4-.5-:i'.j,,j Qgf,'I3.g,,, v 1. .y by Y . N , -- 1' i9,y4q.u.' .1.,f"1'-'-a'f7.Sf.'! r. 1 -v- f ' . s - t ts- ' , - 1 E-Z1 J l:- , ,V "i'- ' ,.v' Z,-1 'l'5s1:i"'i ' ' -i---155559 1- -. -, f5grrg5:.ag:f '-.,'.1?vE1'-,L--.,-.4 ' " R, -'---" ,.,.,L,.,,, . .L 5, I, -- ..:'T?'--5:'f- 7 :Ayn , Kim Glasgow Karin Glasgow Ken Anderson Brian Reeves Chuck Davenport Linda Bugdanovitz Cheryl Pegues Larry Bahrych Dave Stewart Charie Newman PING PONG f' I Os' ,Mx F 'Y A ff"" .Vf f ...V I in Q u u E qu lx ' -.hi . 'X u .Irv x x X ZW. :" .1..' 1.--, - 4 . M mm ', '- Jx.-.xx ,I ml x 1 S IQ' " .'. f ,A .4 . .J S---Q3 ,jig . --f." ,a v Ll -4' , ,ig IQIEFQ5' '1Q2- gf , ., - , -"-S ,.-.--,- ,if ' ' ,Q ' .. " "' ' Lil-we rn- -' X "7 U-.g-W ..' - ues- 1' 2- '1-TZ'.::fF'Y - ' ,.:1:1:a1'.1.. ..:f 4 7,-4 main:-1-ffrzxzao f-- xv' '-F' ' 'Lf' k:N:fx"w.ElEg11.', 13 'A --1 a---.g- n -wx H-pr. - ,- :gilirgrlffw-'-F.G . u- ' . -.,-,-1,25-wr. 5,1 A- . 1... '--Agigfx'-Ga.. ,g-- .17 1- ax, 1. H ..'-fx 'g f-E":- P N224 '.f1X'.:'f ' y 'xijfft-iQ,F'i.f,'Z' X '-'LL' fl" V' .X Ys.,,.f' Ping Pong Club is an oran- ization that is sponsored by Mr. Geiss or better known as the King Pong . . . DRAMA lmnml X B "" tv I L L to R CTop Rowj Carl Goodin Ann Evans Laurie Schneider Bill Logan Lisa Weese jig, 'nv CBottomJ Sara McGee , ,+A Q Y weggf.r..,g.1.,.'X ' L V 'f L J-i '4+"Q Naurri- ltQ-2E3?2f.'-.yr TI-IEQPIANQ ' . Mg A11 the "hams" at T.J. belong to one Club . . . DRAMA CLUB!!!! And . . . if they ham it up long enough and work hard enough, they become part of the exclusive group called Thespians. Both of these help to add to the talent and entertainment at TJ. Their sponsor and director is Mr. Harry Schanker. Diane Hadad Jerry Fishman Margaret Brady Laurel Hall Wynn' M QPAPJZXN QP!!-?JT 1 x I E I ALI , . , IQ. X E':l:l:::v f SEIU.. fn 'Q n ,Huy Rozalyn Aldrich Brenda Ash Jeanne Atkinson Kim Austin Chandra Ayers Susan Baldon Glenda Barber Yolanda Barber Mary Beck Lori Beirle Kim Bennett Dynelle Berndt Tammye Bess Pamela Boyd Henrietta Braswell Kim Bretthauter Angie Brooks Joann Brown Royal Brown Cathy Bruns Michelle Bruton Lisa Buckels Jackie Burleson Renee Bunch Marcie Chase Kathy Clark Toi Cleveland Karen Coleman Salena Coleman Claudette Cowans Carolyn Driver Katy Donohue Celeste Entzminger Robin Ann Fong Lynn Foss Lynn M. Foster Sharline Franklin Shari Freis Dana Fullington Lori Gallegos Barbara Gemmill Cynthia Germany Kathy Grant Nina R. Cunning Sheryl Goddard Judy Halliday Debbie Hardmin Julie Harvy Hartense Haynes Anne Heimbrock Sue Heires Jackie Henderson Diane C. Hicks Shantay Hilburn Sharon Hill Debbie Hogan Kim Holloway Pam Hooker Pam Homer Charlette Hoover Teresa Howe Sabra Howell Ardith Tenee Hoard Rene Holmes Ronalda Holmes Allison Hussey Mindy Hussey Robin Jackson Ellen Jeffs Allen Jenkins Sonya Johnson Connie Keesee Belinda Keith Marie Kelley Jenny Kelty Susanne Kendall Joan Knoetgen Ruth Ann Kishkunas Faye Larry Jayne Lewis Pam Lewis Jean Lindros Gale Link Delilah Lipps Tone Locke Kay Logan Susan Lundstrom Julie McCallin Nancy McCallin Paula McClain Marsha McGrew Shawn McSwain Lisa Merriam Lori Merriam Tami Miller Hilary Milne Sheila Parker Kelsey Pinks Diane Perkins Susan Perkins Linna Perry Gina Phelps Cathie Polvogt Ann Rogers Bechy Robinson Julie Reed Sally Reed Pat Reilly Becky Russell Richie Russell Evelun Samues Mary Sewell Jill Shryock Beth Sigman Karen Solomon Jackie Sowell Preas Sowell Carol Sperlak Shelli Spichard Jane Stears Kathy Stimac Laurie Stokes Shari Sullivent Leba Sunshine Susie Sveska Gail Swedberg Pam Tarrant Pamela Thimason Catherine Todd Janet Todd Melinda Trautman Janet Veasey Wincy Velasquez Jill Vineyard Tamara Waller Lisa Warner Nancy Wilch Gale Whitley Patti Wing Terry Witherspoon Amy Wolf Didere Woods Karin Young 'WUGI-HY MFG!-HY QPAPIZXNQ Officers: Bonnie Wayman Regina Tolbert Diane Hadad Sheri Goldblatt Nancy Orr Members: Kymbal Anderson Lori Bouma Joel Berk Mike Boxer Mary Lou Broersma Ruth Coleman Leah Davis Shawn Dixon Anamaria Falconi Soni Fink Marsha Goldberg Sue Hamlin Jeanie Hansgen Jeff Hirschfeld Wendy Kidder Faye Larry David Leiker Darlene Link Patty Mijer Cheryl Pegues Linna Perry Shiela Schlikenmyer Jane Shoppell Martin Shore Susan Sveska Teresa Trujillo Angie Wagner Elizabeth Wetteland Leann Williams Jenny Wood Sponsor: Mrs. Hyman PRE- ui MED CLUB pf X "1 If X, N-If. , -.. "lil WI-WG UP DOC?'? 1 . V,,.f' ' ,. , n I ,-1'-:IP "" ' k ' . . f'?5Tf'fr 9 - ., 1 Q ,' .L I i I I L J a 1 "5Ei'1Lu-vi 7 I Q' :S f 5, 71' ,. ft L in VV1, .gage I I ' ,I X '- rw. F 05' L i m'?Tf A 95 Ll' ' t f - fa- 'fa , wh -f Q21--r h 1' ii , 6 3 ,wie 9 Sir? .- ipjffsl. , Q5 ' X f h K K z I X ' if? 7 uf 4 fi' a-W """ . in ' P A 1 4 44 X X , Vi' ' 1 - ski Club , Officers: ,KL 1 Valerie H1180 o o o Annie Aspinwall ' Bob Serotta Mary Rozinski '-., 'lf' Sponsors: Mr. Epstein Mr . Dutton i i i -521511 4 'J I 9394 AL ' 4' 3131, IQ I!! 0 f 3 .1 - - 1-if -w-ua,,. faq", ' ' f .,+f,.A f ,rv K x ' 'V -. P, gigggzzfiifg-5.2 ffgifja' ' fi r-.fy Hi. ' gt! ,., f Even though the snow was barely visible this sea- son, the TJ. Ski Club still man- aged to find a few spots to ski on. The price for lift tickets wasn't too bad, but the cost of fixing the bot- tom of your skis is MI .OA I l .,,, L' V.I.C.A. Wocational Industrial Clubs of A , Americaj helps to develop leadership, 371-Q. citizenship, and understanding of man- Wir., agement, labor and workers. r Its sponsor is Mr. Carl Goodwin. ' - X G3 . . . , ., . . -im' -V ,- X lQq.q:..s- -:H 'l ' E' ' .- .. an vw . J RED , , A A , 9 , k"'i'il1'23fA' FTE, -f Officers: CSeatedJ Nancy McCa1lin, Patti I-lori, Roxanne Fie, Wendy Dinner, ,Betsie Boland fNot Picturedj Mr. Villano. Sponsor. PEOPLE Www axhg. Kymbal Anderson Sue Brunnett Betsy Cook Joanne Clark Anita Gallegos Louann Gallegos Sheri Goldblatt Teri Gottsegen Anne Jeffs Julie McCallin Kathy Mcl-lugh Pat Mijer Tammy Miller Cheryl Pegues Nancy Plunkett Sally Reed Aileen Rifkin Liz Rike Robin Singer Jill Thomas Bonnie Wayman Barb Weber Cindy Young HELPING- I l ,pg Q 1 .Ne - '..'5 ,W , 'f' 1-ul 'y,.:"'E.':g ' .1:af',-fQ41. .WI 2 " f' ,v' . K w ' .W S, SAM. ' . 2, . 529,I' 'Y , "' ,' '.' 1:01 WJ' K ff V - "' 'f-"Q x hi ' ' -1. '-. 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The Thomas Jefferson ARISTOCRAT has a new, special section this year--a section to pay tribute to some of the seniors at Thomas Jefferson who are more than good athletes, good students, or good people. Ideally they should be a combination of the three, with being a good person carrying the most weight. These are the students who set good examples for the students in the years to come by being a good person in every way. The members of the faculty were asked to vote for these students whom they admire the most as peopleg the ones who in the opinion of the faculty come the closest to the ideal students and people. May we intro- duce them . . . "!!""' ,,,' . ,,-L " tv W. 55 ' V . Ii JL A Qawfjoiwmsow Sara Johnson has the distinction of ranking number one in Thomas Iefferson's senior class this year, which would be more than enough distinction for most people, but she is also a swimmer of note. Sara's forte is the breast- stroke where she placed third in the state as a junior. Sara treasures the outdoors. She likes to go rock climbing, fishing, and backpack- ing in the Rocky Mountains. The teachers associated with Sara report she has tremen- dous motivation and is outstanding in science. According to her teachers she has the capabil- ity to become a scientist of renown. Sara also enjoys competitive speech, where she is a superb speaker. Sara is also a member of the National Honor Society. Kmmbosclv Ken Abosch is Editor-in-Chief of the Thomas Jefferson JOURNAL Newspaper. Ken is also a member of the speech team, his forte being oratory. In addition to that, he enjoys athlet- ics, Ken is a track and cross country letter- man. When he leaves the confines of school, his hobbies incorporate antique collecting and an interest in music. The members of the faculty associated with Ken like him not only because he is an excellent student, but also because he is friendly and courteous, always willing to be helpful in anyway possible. Ray, Gary Reiff has taken part in many of the activi- ties offered to the students at Thomas Jefferson and he has done well. On top of ranking number two in the Senior Class this year, Gary has par- ticipated on the Varsity Wrestling team, the newspaper staff, and the Student Council. Gary enjoys all of these activities but his true flair is in the areas of the debate and competitive speech teams. Gary went to the National com- petition in extemporaneous speech and is also superb in oratory and debate. Gary is consider- ing college in either one of the New England states or Stanford. Fw Roxanne Pie is unrivaled in the areas of competitive speech and leadership. Rox- anne is Editor-in-Chief of the Thomas Jefferson yearbook, and according to her teachers, she also possesses great poten- tial to become a national leader. One of her qualities which makes her so success- ful at every endeavor she pursues is that she sets high personal standards, not allowing herself to give anything less than her absolute best. Roxanne's major interests besides speech are in the areas of business accounting and corporate law. She was selected by the faculty for Outstanding Junior Girl last year. Rox- anne is also a member of the National Honor Society. v-u-.. 4 r it f Steve Zelinger has held many posts on the Stu- dent Council but his true strength is his mastery on the speech team where he has won numerous awards. His strong points in speech are extem- For poraneous speaking, oratory, and debate. recreation Steve enjoys swimming. In fact, he belongs to the Thomas Jefferson swim team and has lettered all three years. As a junior he was Junior Class president. Steve ranks in the top one-percent of the Senior Class and is consider- ing attending college in the New England states. Qcmif What makes the faculty at Thomas Jefferson partial to Soni Fink is not necessarily her bril- liance in the classroom or on the athletic field, although she is a very good student, it is because she has what everyone in the world can appreciate, kindness. Soni gives the impression of someone who really likes people, and people like her, too. Her teachers say she makes teaching easier because she remains attentive throughout the class and carries out her assign- ments well. Following graduation from Thomas Jefferson, Soni will be attending Drake Univer- sity in Iowa. f I ,A Z'if " I L g X . asain.. ffl 4 E y S l Q Y 3 ' l r t"'3L Wwe Cvsw Wendy Cozen's favorite diversions outside the classroom border along the areas of sports and the performing arts. She is a member of both the Track and Cross Country teams at Thomas Jefferson, and she is a first class skier as evi- denced by her membership in the Junior Ski Patrol. Wendy takes pleasure in performing ballet as well. She is also a member of the National Honor Society. Wendy enjoys giving assistance to anybody whenever possible so her choice of stepping into the field of nursing seems quite fitting. ' 2'- qm, as 3? '3 ' iv L ' - :aes .F -Ms-.,-. ,. ' QU V W sf arf jr' 6 ' ' r , ,-il, ,f .,,.. nba. ,.4f" 1 ,mit Debbie Qlvwdmilw Debbie Shrednik has two major interests at Thomas Jefferson, the Girls' Gymnastic team and the Drama Club. Debbie has participated on the Gymnastics team her last two years at T .J. She succeeds at gymnastics because she is comparatively small and exceptionally agile. One of Debbie's other interests at school is the Drama Club, where she is the Drama Club vice president. In addition to this Debbie has been described by her teachers as a very talented writer. In fact, she was Colo- rado's finalist in the National Council Teach- ers of English competition which almost guar- antees admittance to any college in the nation. Debbie is also fond of playing the piano. Besides all this, Debbie is a member of the National Honor Society and ranks in the top two-percent of the senior class. Usa Gwuuib Besides being an exceptional student, Lisa Garrett also has talent in the areas of the performing arts, namely acting, dancing, and singing. If you looked, you could have seen her on stage many times because Lisa has appeared in several school shows, in the capacity of either a singer in McGregor's Beggars, in a dance show, or in a play. Lisa enjoys both mod- ern dance and ballet. Lisa's instructors and teachers appreciate her because she is always cooperative and willing to do whatever they may ask of her. Lisa ranks in the top five percent of this year's sen- ior class as well as being a member of the National Honor Society. Wevtdg Dimmu The opinion of the Thomas Jefferson faculty toward Wendy Dinner is quite high as this is not the first honor dealt to her by the faculty. She was also selected to the School Curricu- lum Committee by the faculty, cho- sen by the English Department to receive Brown University's "Out- standing English Student Award," and a member of the faculty was quoted as saying "Wendy is a prime mover affecting the smooth func- tioning of our school." In addition to being liked by the faculty, she is also popular with her classmates, and was elected to the Student Council. Wendy is also the Activi- ties editor of the T.J . yearbook, the ARISTOCRAT. Following high school Wendy is considering college somewhere in the New England states. Wendy, too, is a member of the National Honor Society. 180 Kmig Darrell Knight has many good qualities, ranging from sports to academics. He is one of the top golfers in the state and an impor- tant member of the State Champion golf team at Thomas Jefferson. In addition to golf Darrell likes playing baseball and swimming. Darrell's assets in the classroom are his enthusiasm and spirit. He is also well disciplined and cooperative, with a relaxed sense of humor which his teachers enjoy. Another thing appreciated by his teachers is that Darrell always works to the best of his ability. Darrell enjoys musical instruments as well, his favorite being the flute. Plufllp Bgfuw As a junior, Phillip Byrne was selected by the Thomas Jefferson faculty as the Outstanding Junior Boy. He has carried his favorable relationship with the fac- ulty into his senior year, as shown by this honor. The hobbies most appealing to Phillip are bowling and golf. He holds first place on the Bowling Club and is an accomplished golfer. Phil- lip's teachers feel his ability to do well in different subjects and fields of study make him pleasureable to teach. This year Phillip was a candidate for King Eros at the dance. Phillip is a good stu- dent who ranks in the top ten-percent of the Senior Class. U I Q H' . .l.l:l:!'g. . 'g I ,ln'.' I Q .i.l. .-h.'.j" , , . I "?Q".:'- 5 u 1 3 g , , l.... 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I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. - - Robert Frost? - i I ,V N 7,5 is J: Abosch, Kenan True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends, but in the worth and choice. Adolphson, David Akridge, Larry Alsdorf, Andrew Anderberg, Robert Anderson, Kymbal The reward of a thing well done is to have done it. Andresen, Brian Always do right. This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest. Andrews. Dale To Sophomores and Jun- iors: Don't be shy in your search for yourself. or you'll fall flat on your face . Andrews , Donald Anger , Lisa There is no need for an outpouring of words to explain oneself to a friend. Friends understand each others thoughts even before they are spoken. Appelbaum, Alan The problems of victory are more agreeable than those of defeat, but they are no less difficult. Armitage, Amy Do you think you deserve credit for merely loving those who love you? Even the Godless do that! Luke 6 if "D 'Kg - cl. gym. T7 'W' cafe' 44 .14 , if Arslanian, Brian You commit yourself-- and then you see. Ash, Brenda Life is a circus, and you're the audience, so enjoy it while you can, while it's still here. Aspinwall, John I would like to thank Coors for making it all pos- sible. Austin, Robert God will look you over not for medals, or diplo- mas, or degrees, but for scars. Averch, Craig Success is just a matter of luck. Ask any failure. Axelson, Laurie There are, it may be, so many kinds of voices in the world, and none of them is without signification . Baerresen, Carol Baker, John He gave one last long look across the sky, across that magnificent silver land where he had learned so much. "I'm ready," he said at last. Banks, Patricia Best of friends never part. Best of fools have love for- ever from the bottom of their hearts. CN.L.C.J Barker, Karen ln the world ye shall have tribulations but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world. John 16:33 Bauer, Andrew Sanity is madness put to good use! Beacom, James 189 Bergkamp, Pamela Berk, Joel "On the whole, I'd rather have been in Philadel- phia." W. C. Fields Betz, Carter "The pain that accom- panies love, invention, and responsibility also gives delight." Bibbs, Denise Bills, Cynthia Bisdorf, Catherine 190 Beck, Cheryl Out of the three years at T.J. the only day I can dis- tinctly remember is 2!28l 76. M. and C. Beckwith, Richard No one knows what it is that he can do till he tries. Bellomy, Lorie "Nothing is more won- derous than a human being when he begins to discover himself." Cwalter Rindeej Bender, Patrice "If you have a goal in life you will look forward to waking to see what each new day brings." CSusan Polis Schutzb Bennett, Kim Finally thirteen years of school has ended and now I can live in peace, graduat- ing senior of "7'7. --Sagit- tarius-- Bishop . Harold 'nf' .'-1 ' .1 H. ' V 7 ff-1 X Boe, Lisa If a man takes off his sunglasses I can hear him better. I have the choice of being right or being human. Bokamper, Diane I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way. Boland, Betsy When wealth is lost, nothing is lost: When health is lost, something is lost: when character is lost, all is lost. Bolden, David "A1ways do what you are afraid of." Bonner, William Booten, Gary Boswell, Thomas Don't forget about the long and winding road ahead of you. Bowen, Allyson If the hands of time, were hands that I could hold, I'd keep them warm and in my hands they'd not turn cold. Brady, Margaret Brenneman, David 191 Brown, Cheryl Forget me not, lest thou be forgotten. Ye may needeth thine friendship some day. Brown, Jimmy Brown . Royal Bruce , Holly Brunnett, Susan If you remember the good times you've had. and become sad because they are gone, what is the use of them ever being? Bryant, Edweena Brzeinski, Elizabeth Let our love be like sun- shine bringing warmth and light. Bucher, Barbara Burkey, Judith You have the freedom to be yourself, your true self here and now, and nothing can stand in your way. Burleson, Cynthia "This is your life, be strong and tell the world you're free." Burwell , I ay Bushacher , Robert Byme , Phillip l Some people stay longer in an hour than others can stay in a week. CW. D. Howellsj Cannon. Jerry Carney , Robin Carpenter , James 'zjfif ff' Chandler, Denise "12 years of the same routine, now what do I do?" Citarella, Mary Clark. Joanne What you are is God's gift to you. What you make of yourself is your gift to God. 193 Cobb, Mary Friendship is like a hori- zon, the closer you get the wider it expands. Coe, Nancy An artist is not a special kind of person, but each person is a special kind of artist. Coleman, Gerald You can acquire a lot in life, if you are prepared to give up a lot to get it. 194 Clawson, Cherie If you see someone with- out a smile, give him one of yours. Clifford, Gary Cline, Julie The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears. Coleman, Ruth In everything you do put God first, and he will direct you and crown your efforts with success. Proverbs 3:6 Colbert, Cheryl When you turn the cor- ner, And you run into your- self, Then you know that you have turned , All the corners that are left. Combs, Gail We arrive on this earth alone, we depart alone. This time called life was meant to share. --AQUAR- IUS-- Connally, Ernest ii", Connor , Karen Cook , Candace Cook , Robert Crawford, Terry So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do. do all to the glory of God. I Corinthians 10:31 Crenshaw, Byron Cooksey, Jay Copeland, Darren Cox, Deborah Cox, Catherine It is by faith in God and mankind that I've discov- ered love, strong enough to make life beautiful. Cozens, Wendy Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evi- dence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 Cox, Orville 195 Crosby , Clarence Culbertson, Colleen Culbertson, Mark Currier, Karen We're all messy rooms sometimes out of order. We hide it, sometimes we can't hide it. That's because we need faith, love, peace' . . . each other. Danielsen, Barry I hold no dream of for- tune vast Nor seek undying fame. I do not ask when life is past--That many name. Danko, David Darby, Cynthia 196 ll' -wiv-I Curtis Crarg To live is the rarest thing rn the world Most people exist that rs all Dalchau Kirk May we in public duty and in private thinking be what we seem to be. Dalton Richard Danahey Lynn Y' ,.-. Y ,C Davidson, Theresa I often look into the past to recapture lost joys, rather than trying to find the joys of the present. Day, David The quicksands of auto- matism and dreams vanish upon awakening. Day, Jefferey It's written that trouble came to pass: Nowhere is it written that it had come to stay. Deadwyler, Karen No more lying friends Wanting tragic ends though, they do pretend they won't go when I go Davis, Donita Take kindly the counsel of years, gracefully surren- dering the things of youth. Davis. Gordon Davis, Shelby Davis , Stephen de Gala, Gregory An intelligent man is one who recognizes his weak- nesses a successful man is one who does something about them . Derryberry, Paul The learning of true hap- piness, tnxe friendship and true love will be the hardest lessons you will endure in life. Devers, Yvette 197 Dillard, Craig The king is dead, The king is dead. Long live the king. Football, Basketball, SCORPIO Dillon, Robert The path of life is a long hard rocky road for which there are no short cuts. Dinner, Wendy On ne voix bien qu'avec le coeur. L'essentiel est invisible pour les year. Dixon, Shawn "A hen is just an egg's way of making another egg." Dolph, Holly All the special gifts and powers from God will someday come to an end, but love goes on forever. I Corinthians 13:8 Dore, Micheal Mikey won't eat it: he hates everything! Dumm, David Dunn, Gina The love of liberty is the love of others: the love of power is the love of our- selves. Dunn, Nancy This world will end one day. Where will we all go, how far away? Perhaps today. . . Dworkin, David My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there. Dyer, Cindy When someone shares his fears with you, share your courage with him . Elmer, Gregory To understand the heart and mind of a person, look not at what others see but what your heart feels. Q ff' Y vu, R'6".iNN 11 - 1:41 E ew? A Farber, Elliott With my luck, when my ship comes in I'11 be at the airport. Fancher, Erene Q4 s vi t, "ff-as2??Y? .Q Elverum, Judy " . . . he knew more than you and I, without teachers, without books, just because he believed in the river." Herman Hesse Emerson, James Jeg haabe den nocaste gange vi modes du se mig som jeg er, og ikke som du trop jeg ea Cry. Entsminger, Celeste Epstein, Paul "Wel1 there's one in every crowd for crying out loud why was it always turning out to be me?" -- Waylon Evans, Ann "Let us be concerned with one another, to help one another to show love and to do good. Falconi, Anamaria They are free who do not fear to go to the end of their thought . Feagle, Timothy Feliss, William A man's courage can sus- tain a broken body, but when courage dies, what hope is left? Proverbs 18:14 Pie, Roxanne Ask, and it shall be given you: seek, and ye shall find: knock, and it shall be opened unto you . . . Matthew 7:7 Fillis, Carrie Fink, Sondra Finley, Charles 199 Fishman, Jerry Friendship is the shadow of the evening, which strengthens with the setting sun of life . Collins, Regina You do your thing, I'l1 do my thing You're not expected to live up to my expectations and me yours. Flores, Randy I've had some good days and I've had some bad, but now that it's or, I sure am glad. Flory, Betty Very little is needed to make a happy life. It is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. Flynn, James Fordyce, Diana If you understand your- self, you will be able to rise above all, like the sun. 'A cj H x . I ' 'E V igg phh kk ,K 6 , 1 df, 75 iifwly v 7' :tg 1 if-A' gr. r M F X r in lr-H-R 759. L. Foster, Jeffrey With all its sham, drudg- ery and broken dreams: it's still a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to be happy! Foster, Kimberly One man can make a dif- ference and every man should try. Fraker , Kevin Francis , Bryant .Gb nuff' 'Qin S 3 Gable, William The way things are in life you must work hard, but always leave time to enjoy life. Gaeth, Martin Lighten up while you still can Don't even try to under- stand lust find a place to make your stand . Gaines, Teri The world is a fruitcake. it would not be complete without a few nuts. Gallegos, Anita Somewhere between the time you arrive and the time you go, may lie a reason you were alive, but you'll never know . Franklin, Charlene If you take care of your business you won't have time for any one elses. Try it and you'll see! ! Frasco. Ron Do what you want, there's always a way: in this life you've been given, don't throw any of it away! --FIREFALL-- Fraser, Jay Still waters nm deep. Freed, Jay It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happi- ness. Freeman, Patty Now if all my golden moments could be rolled into one, they would shine like the sun . . . Friess, Katherine 201 Garrett, Ellen When life gives you a lemon, make lemonade. Garrett, Lisa God respects us when we work, but he loves us when we sing. Gatseos, Elizabeth Gaunt, Jane May my words be like a weavers work: simple, strong and lasting. George, Denise As there is a silent beauty in the new dawn, so is there in the setting sun. Gilliland, Constance Goldblatt, Sheri Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you got till it's gone. --I. Mitchell-- Goldfein, Robert Goodin, Carl An actors concentration is the human soul. Goodman, Mark I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself, than to be crowded on a velvet cushion. Gottsegen, Teri Ain't been go'in nowhere, good enough for me, ain't nobody ever sat- isfied with a dream. Grady, Steven Peace and friendship with all mankind is our wisest policy. Grant, David Grant, Kathleen Gras, Karen In everything you do, put God first, and He will direct you and crown your efforts with success. Prov- erbs 3:6 202 .,13Q, . Vt, '.v -M X. x. Q. E ,A 42 K. N ., N . xl N: lx ,i Hr Q '-. my ,, XF N V I 6' D Halva, Diane Friendship is the golden thread that ties together all the hearts of the world. Hamlyn, Susan Time does not become sacred to us until we have lived it. Burroughs Hansgen, Jean I thank heaven, Some- body's crazy enough to give me a daisy--E. E. Cum- mings Hanson. Susan Harland, Iacquelyn Hamish, David Harnish, Roy I am as pure as the driven slush. Harris, Brenda "To all those who love, love is all the world" Sweet Gemini Harrison, Deborah Harrison, Steven Hartzog, Micheal Haynes, Cynthia Hecht, Jeffery "If you can't send help, send more women." Grou- cho 204 er' Wczgff ,,-up ,swf -uti- IFN ini 5. -url X Heimbrock, Kurt Henderson, Pearl International Relations Club We live for today and the memory of yesterday. Henderson, Susan Henkel, Leslie There are two things to aim at in life: to get what you want: and after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the sec- ond. Hess, Wayne I really don't mind if you sit this one out, my words but a whisper your deafness a shout. G. Bostock Hill, Sharon I have no yesterdays, time took them away: tomorrow may- not be--but I have today. Hinnen, Reed Fill your day with brav- ery, then celebrate. Hix, Gregory Hockaday. Nathan Hocker, William Hoke, David Holcomb, Kelene I didn't find my friends, the good God gave them to me. Hollingsworth, Dawn Pep club, Pom Pon, Graduation committee. It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. 205 Hollowell, Rodney Your place on earth may seem small, your duties lowly too: Wondering if it pays, to keep on being 11116. Holmes, Laurence Women have a keen sense of humor. The more you humor them the more they like it. Holmes. Valencia Where there is faith there is love. Where there is love, is peace. Where there is peace, there is God. Holper, Ioan God put us on this earth, not to be perfect, but to keep making mistakes and learn by them . Horton, Michael Houston, Arlene They who go feel not the pain of parting: it is those who stay behind that suffer. Howard, Paul We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing--not by what we have done. 206 ,- . Hook, Ellen The most important thing in living is to reach out and touch perfection in that which we most love to do. Hoover, Charlotte Respect is what we owe, love is what we give . Horan, Patricia On and on ticks the time out, there's so much left to know. I'm on the road to find out. I-lori, Patricia Shower the people you love with love. X' . I s X, I w X 'E it sw? em ty xi was .47 Hyde, Karlan Breathe, breathe in the air, don't be afraid to care. Leave, but don't leave me, look around, choose your own ground. Isaacs, Shawn Ivan, Kathleen Till the very last day, when the curtains are drawn, we are children. Jackson, Arnold A hero is no braver than an ordinary man, but he is brave five minutes longer. Football, Baseball. ff 1 t ia 1. fi Hufendick, Sharon It's getting hard tell. I could be just around the corner from heaven or a mile from hell. Hugdahl, Scott Cherish the past, look forward to the future, and live it up today. Hunter, Sherie With all its shame and drudgery and broken dreams, it's still a beauti- ful world. Hutchinson, Mark Iackson, Carl TJ was all right in "76- '7'7" But? Jackson, Charles Jacobs. Pamela I count myself in nothing else so happy. As a soul remember my beautiful friends. Get ready world for class of ""I'7" . 207 Jaffe, Allen James, Toni Jeffs, Anne Reach out and shed God's light in the darkness: Reach out and let the smile of God touch through you. Charles F. Brown Jenkins, Lori You got what it takes, share what you got, but keep what you need. Pom- Pon, Yearbook, Pep Club. Jennings, Jeffrey We may lose or we may win, but we will never be here again, so take it easy. J. Browne Jerome, Charles It's a happy road that I'm travelin' on! I just can't help myself. You've got me singin' a happy song! 208 3' 1 Jacobson , Steve Johnson, Candace You can never do kind- ness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late . Johnson, Cynthia Johnson, Jennifer The man who graduates today and stops learning tomorrow, is uneducated the day after. --Newton Baker-- Johnson, Patrice "Success is nothingg unless you have someone you love to share it with"-- mgc 1 Vgmyvr 's-mf' in r Q. W Johnson, Sara Such is the irresistible nature of truth, that all it asks, and all it wants, is the liberty of appearing. Y 1. Kavan, Kelly The path is clear, it's the eyes that are fogged. Kelble, Frank "Signed Out, Blown Away" Keller, Joaquin Kendall, Suzanne Johnson, Steven Jones, Andrew "'7'7" is finally here and all the Juniors and Sopho- mores know that it's OUR year. Have a good life Sen- iors. Joyner, Peter My time was done, I did my thing. My time is over, it's time to move up. Don't mess up. Julye, Kathleen Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles he has overcome. Katchen, Leslie A friend is a gift you give to yourself. Katz, Simona Don't look away from the world, Give yourself to it. CSU, Business School 209 Kenna, Michael Thank you very much, and I hope I've passed the audition. --The Beatles-- Kidder, Wendy Don't let anyone tell you that you can't do some- thing, because nobody knows the limitations of the human mind. Ralph Waldo Emerson Knight, Darrell Take it easy greasy because you have to slide a long way. Knous, James The general policy in a public school is to mind one thing, Red China's dicta- torship. Koshio, Keith Kraus, Teresa Do not follow where the path may lead. Go, instead, where there is no path and leave a trail. Kurz, Kevin Happiness is the thrill of achieving, the fun in striv- ing. Labriola, Terri And think not you can direct the course of love, for love, if it finds you worthy, directs your course. Lackner, Robert Some fellows dream of worthy accomplishments, others stay awake and do them. Lana, Randall There is only one thing to life, for in life and that is life itself. Larson, Steve Latcham, Chester There can be no mistake so bad . . . as the greatest mistake of saying nothing for Christ. --Trumbull-- 210 'YA if 3' Q-: Xu 'saw - -A F 2 .' W 3 ei""', V. Kiwi. sb if 4 pus it .2 05,1 I 'R Lehrer , Kenneth Leiker , Gregory Levin, Donna All the people I remem- ber from the places in my past. I don't understand why, but I still love those times gone by. Lewis, Camellia If you don't like me, that's your perogative, but let the rest of the world judge me for themselves. Lindsay, Victoria Black Student Union, Pep Club, Jefferson Artistic Dance Ensemble, Bowling Club, Saggitarius. Littman. Jay Life is full of love and fear, we only have one life, so don't waste it. Lobnitz. James I had rather have a fool to make me merry than experience to make me sad. Loeffler, Michael Winning isn't everything, but losing is nothing. Logan, William Some people look at things that are and ask why. I look at things that never were and ask why not? Longbella, Teri Time is not measured by the passing of years, but by what one does, feels and achieves. Lopez, Lisa With a friend at hand you will see the light. When your friends are there ever- ything's all right. 211 McAleer. Edward Life is being serious about every situation, but, still laughing and enjoying each and everyone . McCa1lin, Nancy "Without the way there's no going: without truth there's no knowing: without life there's no living." McCamant, Kathryn Dance toward me, please , as if you were a star with light years piled on top of your hair, smiling . . . Richard Bratigan McCarthy, Timothy Dynamite comes in small packages. McDaniel, Donnie McDonald, Ruby If you're worried about losing something or some- one you must not have it or them. --Track-- McDowe1l. Lise The truth is written all along the page. How old will I be before I become of age for you? McGee, Sarah "Two roads diverged in a wood . . . I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the differ- ence." McHugh, Kathleen The important thing is this: to be able at any moment to sacrifice what we are for what we could become. Luckett, Drollii Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Love your brother as yourself. Lucore, Paul "pride . . . if I could conceive I had completely overcome it. I should prob- ably be proud of my humil- ity." --Ben Franklin McLaughlin , Roxan iq! Aw 1'3" is p Magee, Thomas It's a sad fate for a man to die too well known to others, and to himself unknown --Seneca Magoun, Mike Mahoney, Julie Mahoney, Laura Marler, Raymond Martinez, Donald Massie, David Matsuda, Dale Be a friend when a friend is needed, and you won't have to look the other way. Matthias, Scott . . . Let your good deeds glow for all to see, so that they will praise your heavenly Father. Matthew 5:16 May, Nancy We do, doodly do, what we must, muddily must, muddily do, muddily do, until we bust, bodily bust. Kurt Vonnegut Meredith, Lea 213 McKizzie, Robert Merriam. Lori Yes, my friend, who lives, loses, but he also wins. --Goethe-- Meyer, Valinda Mijer, Patricia When life gives you lem- ons, make lemonade. Miller, Mark Mogor, Tammy Alone, we are two sepa- rate individuals trying to survive. together we are strength and truth in a world of love. Moller, James Moore, Kelly If the happier a person is, the less he eats, I may die of starvation. Moore, Kim There is one respect in which beasts show real wis- dom . . . their quiet placid enjoyment of the present moment. --Scho- penhauer-- Moore, Melody Life is limited. Not just to the old, but to the young as well. A . Miller, Scott When the cards are layed down, the king will be incarcerated . Mills, Deborah My dreams, they aren't as empty as my conscious seems to be . Q-gi fnmq '4 G Moulder, Sonja He that does not love has not come to know God, because God is love. I John 4:8 llinuqp Munn, Jeffrey You're The Best Friend You'l1 Ever Have! I L, Q! ,we 1 Moore, Sandra Morgan , Elizabeth Morgan, Florence Moser, Anne Don't try to be things that you're not, just hold onto things that you got, be your style, be yourself with class. Mosher, Laura If you love something enough set it free. If it returns it's yours forever, if not, it wasn't to begin with. Munn, Robert Always strive to ,build one's mental and physical being. Murphy, Io Nance, Daron I have been crucified with Christ: and I myself no longer live, but Christ lives in me. Galatians 2:20 Nearing, Philip Nelson , Brian 215 Newman. Charie We can now truly begin finding and becoming our- selves. Let's become warm, whole, beautiful people. Niblett. Valerie PISCES BSUCIJ YOUTH MOTIVATIONCZJ DECA 12,33 PRE MEDCSJ "Be yourself and let others be themselves. " Nixon, Leora Odell, Celia Oettli, John Olsen, Judith A smile takes only a moment to give but its memory lasts forever. 216 'af Nelson , Paula "Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is." Jeremiah 17:7 Netzel, Joanne North, Rebecca And he heard a song . . . Singing it's better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all. Boz Scaggs O'Day, William I l,. Ortega, Cleo Ortiz, Sandee Climb the rainbow of life, Achieve your goals to the fullest and you will have reached your pot of gold. 'Ns , Owens , Edward Owens , Kathy . ' 4 Pearson, Cornelius It's all over for me at this school, you boys and ladies coming here are a bunch of fools. Pearson, Portia --Great Spirit-- Grant that I may not criticize my neighbor until I have walked a mile in his moc- casins. a',u iN Perry, Linna Memories are the only things we can keep and no one can take away from us. Peters, Toni Pack, Lynn Patrick, Steven To see her is to love her. And love her forever, for nature made her what she is and never made another. Patton, Daphne Pegues, Cheryl Appreciate and be appre- ciated, Accept and be accepted, Love and be loved--most importantly be yourself. Pepper, Sharon Come dance with the west wind: touch all the mountains: reach for the heavens: hope for the future: all that we can be . . . not what we are. Perkins, Ceretta 217 Peterson, Alan Peterson, Thomas Put all your eggs in one basket and--Watch that basket! ! --Twain- Petterson, David What you would seem to be, be really. Phillips, Diane It takes a long time to find out who you are, but the answer is worth the search. Pierre, Michelle Pierre, Sandra Poindexter, Dawn When everyone thinks alike then no one is think- ing. Pollack, Douglas Nothing in education is so astonishing as the amount of ignorance it accumulates in the form of inert facts. --Adams-- Porch. Ionna There's a time to die and we must die. But life is mine, let me live it as I want. Poston, Kathy Pullman, Tony Rabson, Ralph A11 that you touch, and all that you see, Is all that your life, will ever be. -- Floyd-- 218 'Ps Plank, Kathleen Now you know it isn't easy, Well, welcome to the club. Plunkett, Nancy My life is my con- science, the seed I sow . . . I just wanted to let you know. -aff -. sfo if ' f M '-4 W-if x ,- hav. K, N l Q . X " e '- A ' . t 55 - .f gf.. t 4 it 4, s--l' , 7 7 ' 'F -ff avg' X 41, - Q X' X' I n F IA ff' Reiff, Gary To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day. Thou canst not be then false to any man. Revis, Amy Q, ' 'nbffkir' Racek, Carol What we learn with pleasure We never forget. --Mercier-- Ransom, Sheryl I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go where there is no path and leave a trail. -- Strode-- Rausch, Ralph Reed, Sally Friendship consists in for- getting what one gives, and remembering what one receives. --Dumas-- Regan, Robert Reich, Karen Reynolds, Philip Let the fools show their folly, and the wise men show their wisdom . Richarson, Edwin Time may change me, but I can't trace time. -- Bowie-- Richardson, Everett Ricketts, Terry Be beautiful inside, with the lasting charm of a gen- tle and quiet spirit which is so precious to God. Rike, Liz Do not waste time, for that is what life is made of. Roark, Chad 219 Robbins, David Roberts, Theresa "Make um an can't refusel' WSI-IS?" Rodger, Bradley Roelker, Gregory Roggow, Mary Romero, Gary 220 offer they ' "Right Rose , Lawrence Ross . Douglas WEN Robb , Barbara Roundtree, Charles To be fond of leaming is to be near cosmic knowl- edge because the mind commands, strength goes along, and international energy follows. --Thamos 15 AX 'X 6 1 'f Rozinski, Mary Life is very short and there's no time for fussing and fighting my friend. IP ft:-I 2 xx Schmidt, Lisa The most important sac- rifice is to be able to give up for what we can be. Schlichenmaye, Sheil If I accept the sunshine and warmth I must also accept the thunder and the lightning. Schmidt, Diana Ruh, Mary Life only demands from you the strength you pos- sess. Only one feat is possi- ble--not to have run away. Rumley, Mike Money, it's a crime , share it fairly but don't take a slice of mine! Rumsey, Pamela Sanchez, Maria Saviers. James Schiff . Frank I lost by trying to do what was expected of me instead of what I myself had wished to do. 221 Scott, Jorraine Cancer, Hold tight to your dreams, I've been searching a long time and now I've finally fotmd my answer. Scott, Linda Success, happiness and life is nothing without shar- ing it with the one you love. --Scorpio-- Selub, Micheal It's come, the end of it all--what to look forward to? Our lives, as we wish to live them. Serotta. Robert It you can't be with the one you love, love the one you're with. Shaddock, Jennifer Shannon, Gene Shelton, Richard Sherer, Peggy Trust in the Lord With all thine heart. Proverbs 3:5 Sherrick. Scott 222 Schtul, Darin Schwartz, Lisa I believe in the sun when it's not shining. I believe in love when I'm alone. I believe in God, when He's silent. Shields , Dwan Shifflet , Rennae Short, Billie There's no respect of per- sons with God without the love we owe. Shrednik, Debora "Tomorrow is open and right now it seems to be more than enough to just be here today." Y -J li' 'W ii- Skolnick, Debbie Be the best of whatever you are . Smith. lim lf it's to be, it's up to me. Sidney, Karen Sidney, Sharon I wish all the happiness to all people of the world. I am a Gemini. Be loving to all. Sigman, Cynthia Be like a duck, above the surface look calm and unruffled, below the sur- face . . . paddle like hell. Sigman, Dana One of the most beautiful qualities of true friendship is to be understood and more--to understand. Simmons, David Simon, Michael Simpson, Jefferey Singer, Robin Everytime tomorrow creeps up again: be thank- ful for you have been gifted another precious day to live and love life. Sivey, Ronnie 223 Smith, John Smith, Katherine The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning. Smith, Lisa What you are is God's gift to you. What you make of yourself is your gift to God . Smith. Robert Now the wind is still, in a moment raging, now my soul is young, in a moment ageing. Sowell, Rolland Specht, Kathryn Stears, Anne Unlike our ancestors, we are lo familiar with the crowded and confined. Stehle, Mary There would be fewer arguments if we tried to see what's right than who's right. Steiner, Susan The greatest error we commit against one another is the daily show of normal- ity. Stephen, Johnnie Stringer, Curtis Struthers. James 224- ab, F, -.. A X a-'RS' if if SAM, A ins.. Steadham, Sharon There is nothing in life that love cannot change. Steamer, Allyson Aim at the sun, you may not reach it, but your arrow will fly far higher than if you aimed at an object at a level with yourself. 1' 'MQ' Swope, Keith Sussman, Paula How sweet it is to love someone, how right it is to care. --Denver-- Tarrant, Pamela Taylor, James Winter, spring, summer or fall, all you gotta do is call . . . you got a friend. Tazelaar, Jan The journey back is longer than the forward run. --McKuen-- Templeton, Robert Teter, Suzie Always remember the good in the past and look forward to the happiness of the future. Thalley, Bruce Thomas, Charles Thomas, Jackie Tomorrow is the day you pay for what you did today. Thomas, Julie What you cannot as you would achieve, you must perforce accomplish as you may. --Shakespeare-- Thomas. Jill Today will be a pleasant memory . . . tomorrow, because we cared enough to give ourselves. 225 Thomas, Richard "May the happiest days of your past be the saddest days of your future." Thomason, Pamela Threlkeld, Sherrill To live fully, we must learn to use things and love people . . . not love things and use people. Thurstin, Carol I want to see what's never been seen, I want to live that age old dream. Thurstin, Cheryl To my parents, thank- you, for being my best friends. Tobin, Micheal Todd, Catherine Tolbert, Regina Pep Club CSophJ Track Team CSoph, Juniorj Bowl- ing Uuniorj Pre Med CSen- iorj Atherfies CSeniorJ Toman, Karla "A time to keep quiet and a time to speak." Townsie, Larry Vaden, Sandra Vaughn, Sherri Veatch, Martin "Peace", to the class of 19"I6.5. Velasquez, Harold Vlier, Julie Dream on! There's noth- ing but illusion true! 226 Vonderheid, Stephen Be it a long life, be it a short life. its completeness depends on what it was lived for. Vonspiegel, Robert Every way of man in his own eyes: but the Lord pon- dereth the hearts. Proverbs 21:2 Walker, Terence Ward, Koni-Io We all know it's better yesterday has passed. Let's all start living for the one that's going to last. --Cat Stevens Warren, Susan Washington, Michelle It's been a long, long time, but my long and winding road has finally come to an end. Wates, Micheal Watson, Carol Go closer, hold the land, feel partly no more than grains of sand. Wayman. Bonnie Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. Webb, Keith ARIES "Love and be loved", but most of all "be happy! " --Concert Choir, McGreggors Beggars Webb, Margaret Happiness can be thought, sought or caught. but never bought: and the best way to keep happiness is to share. Weber, Barbara You are a person, warm and kind, who has shared with me this time of life. A friend. Thankyou. Weber, James Webster. Ronald' Wedgeworth, Dar tag, 227 Wedgeworth, Sharlene Wedum, Ann Life is relative to the acquired knowledge of wat- ermelons. Weese, Londa In his will is our peace Weiner, Scott Weinstock, Sharon I am not afraid of the future, for I have seen the past and I love today. Weston, Darla Westover, Joann "Learning to have each other is the most difficult of all our tasks and our ulti- mate goa1." TAURUS Whitaker, Cindy To think beautiful is to be beautiful. To be beauti- ful is to be alive. White, Julie Set goals for yourself, and try to attain them to the best of your ability. Wickham, Denise Learn laughter from little children by thinking their thoughts, dreaming their dreams, and playing their games. Wiegert, Laurel Williams, Arletha Volleyball--Winners never quit and quitters never win! Williams, Brejeanna Always reach ahead in life, seek out to live with powers of love and under- standing with all people. Thank You. Williams, Leann A smile is a curve that can set a lot of things straight. Williams, Patrice 228 Wilson, Lisa Wisott, Andrea I have no yesterdays, Time took them away: Tomorrow may not be-- But I have today. Witkin, Susan When a person has a real friend, he learns to appre- ciate others and also to understand himself better. Wood, Jennifer Any good thing I can do, or kindness I can show, let me do it now, for we shall not pass this way again. Woods, Gary As soon as this year's over l'm going to have a nervous breakdown! I owe it to myself! Wright, Anthony Remember, wherever you go you are there, so be careful! Wulfekuhler, Michael Yates, Janice Happy are those who've learned the art of reaching out from heart to heart. Yetter, Janice York, Melissa Any star is good enough. if you know what star it is. Young, Cynthia Laughter is the song of angels. Young, Cynthia Zelinger, Steven If I am not for myself. who will be for me: if I am for myself alone, what am I? --Hillel Ziegler, Amy Happy are those who dream and are ready to pay the price to make them come true . Ziolkowski, Andrea And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Jwwwdam Pres. : Cheryl Akin J 'Q gpg - 153 i ii' Treas.: Aileen Riikin Ir. Rep.: Jodi Zeppelin rggfx 1 ---.-i Jr. Rep.: Lori Feiner Jr. Rep.: Blair MacNeill :if , 'Tj 4 ii 1 'sf I Anderson, And rson Wilbur my Archuleta Faith 3 Ajax Abosch, Susanne Adkins, Steve Akin, Cheryl Akridge, Alan ,V Akyere, Mary Aspinwall, Annie Altberger, Stacy Anchrum, Robert E P L Anderson, Cynthia BYAIMY y Day You Cannot See The Sky, You Look And Look, But It's So See Right Through. But When The Night Comes It Stars Are There Again. They Seem Just Like Old Friends All My Life You See. I here Is The Dipper First, Her Chair, Orion's Belt, The Milky Way, And Lots I Know But Cannot Say. One Group Looks Like A Swarm NMMA' The Pleiadesg But I Think They Must Be The Angel Boy. NQ i Perhaps His Jackstones Which Auer, le Put Away, Bailis, Robyn Q And Left Them Lying On The Baker, Shaufl Bye And Bye. I Wish He'd Come And Play For It Would Be, A Most Unusual Thing For Boys, Stars For Toys. Barber, Glenda Barron, Patrice Baur, Lorrie Baxter. Constance Baxter, Steven Berndt, Dale Bess, Patricia Bieber, Doris Birenboim, Devra Blakey, James Boatright, Kristi Bohanna. Frederick Bolt, Anne Bouma, Lori Bradshaw, Julie Braswell, Henrietta E I A D E Q Brewer, Tommy Bridges, Karen For It Is Up So Very High. Blue , That You Can Never Is Quite Plain, And All The To Me, I've Known Them And There ls Cassiopeia In Of Bees, Papa Saya They're Toy, Of Some Nice Little Today, He Has Forgotten To Briola, Steven Brooks, Angela Brown, Eddie Brown , Warren Sky, Where He Will Find Them Bruton. Michelle With Me. We'd Have Such Fun. To Feel That They Had Bunting, David Burchett, Rodney Burke, Bradley Burke, Diane Burnett, Kathleen Burns, David Burroughs, Sally Cardenas, Vanita Carey, Nancy Buford , Karen f l Brown, Jean Brown, Tammi 1,46 Carlson, Melanie Carter, Frederick Carter, George Charleston, Yvonne Clark, Sandy Clayburn, Brian Clear. Jennel Cook, Elizabeth D'Arcey, Denise Davenport, Charles Davidson, Lynn Davis, Blake Dehne, Maureen Denz, Leslie Diamond, Steven Dickinson, Ralph Corbin Janet Crank John Crenshaw Mark Crews Norman Culbertson, David Dahl, Steve Daniels, Debra Daniels, Gary Danko, Douglas ,- er hiv Dougherty, Kelly Dowd, Tom Dreher, Sherri Dubois, Vanessa Dugan, Terence Eberharter. Janice Eisenstat. Gary Engelbrecht, Mark English, Matthew Dillard, Jesse Dillon, Leslee Dinsmore, David Dodson, Kenlynne Donahue, Timothy Donohue, Kelly Dore, Kathleen Doty, Susan Ensign, Linda Espinoza. Penelope Fanning, Tracy Faul, Annette Feagle, Cassandra Feiner. Lori Fink, Lori Fishman, Judith Glahn, Pamela Glasgow , Karin Goddard . 4 Thomas Goldenberg, Elise Goldstone, Melanie Frisk, Margaret Fukuhara, Leslie Gemmill, Barbara George, Kenneth Gholston, April Gifford, William J Fitzpaterick, John Flora, Shawn Foster, Angela Foster, Lynn Francis, Cynthia Francis, Glenn Frasco, Lori Frazin, Andrea "THE MIND IS A GARDEN The Mind Is A Garden, And Life's Sunny Morn Is The Season For Plantingg The Rose And The Thorn Will Grow Up Togetherg Then Let Us Beware That None But The Fairest Of Roses Grow There. I I I I O Wind , Why Do You Never Rest, Wandering , Whistling To And Fro, Bringing Rain Out Of The West, From The Dim North Bringing Snow. - - Christina G . Rossetti- - Gutjahr, Karen Hailey, Teresa Haining, John Halboth, Deborah Halliwell, James Hallman, David Hamilton, Edward Hamilton, Mary Graves, Michael Gray, Stephen Gregory, Kristen Grier, Gina Grimes, Marsha Gunning, Nina Good, Linda Goodloe , Gregory Gordon , Nilsa Grace, Rhonda Gomez, Lisa 'E' xi t-"Y Hand, Deborah Hanna, Grant Hannun, John Hardiman, Janis Hardiman, Linda Hardy, Angela Harrison, Lenard Hartgraves, Bradley Hayden, Antoinett Hayes, Janet Heires, Suzann Hempstead, Elizabeth Henderson, Catherine Henkel, Brant Hidahl, Jody Hobson, Blake Hogan, Deborah Holden, Tim Hooker, Pamela Hostetler, Steven Houghton, Margaret Hudson, Milan Hueston, Kathleen Hugo, Valerie Hunter, Lemuel Hussey, Melinda Hutchinson, Linda Jackson, Sandra ab- Jenkins, Allen Jenkins, Nancy Jensen, Scott Johnson, Gregory Johnson, Paula Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Terri Jones, Greg Jones, Scott Jonsen, Gregory Jumper, Rochea Jundi, Aija Kass, Rodney Keefe, Jeffrey Keesee, Constance Kelly, Lorena Kelly, Therese Kelty, Jennifer Kemp, Camille Kessler, David Klahn, Michael Kline, Karen Klipping, Joan Knoetgen, Joan Knutson, Steven Kremers, David Kresge. Stephen Kuskulis, Andria Kutsuma, Mark Lairamore, Sharon Lajoie, Lori Larkins, Tommy Larry, Faye Lehrer , Laurie Leiker , David Leonardelli, Michael Letts, Thomas Levin, Cindy Lewis, Craig Leyden, Perry Link, Gale Lipps, Delilah Lister , Shirley Long , Cynthia Lopez , Kenneth Lovins . Alan Lovins, Lori Luebke, Lisa MacLaugh1in, Kathy MacNei11, Blair Maez, Daniel Magee, Paul Mahoney, Diane Mahoney, Mary Majerus, Susan Maly, Mark Mankoff, Michael Marcove, Debbie Marshall, Brett Martin, Tina Martz, Russell Mathews, Christoph Matthias, Debra Melnick, Barbara Menogan, Kelle Merrell, Kelly Mesch, William Miller, Leslie Mills, Scott Milne, Hilary Mittler, Edith Mogor, Gerald Moline, Kerry Monroe, Jeffrey Montgomery. Jill Moore, Edward Mozingo, Nadine Murphy, Michelle YYIQ7 McCaffrey, Mary McClain, Paula McDonald, Judith McGovern, Elaine McGraw, Jacquelin I McLaughlin, James McNorton, Katherine McPherson, Lisa Nakagawa. Randall Nash, Stephen Newton. Jennifer Neyens, David Nicholas, Marcie Nielsen, Leslie 4' s I X Paige , Donna Owens , Pamela Padilla , Amado Olsen. Lawrence Ortega, Daniel Nimon, Mitchel Norling, Cindy Normon, Sheila Oliphant. John O' Shaughnessy , Wendy '. 'T v Parker Thomas Parsell Reed Patterson , James 2' .ff . ,J Pg .., I, Paul , Tamera Paulson. Janelle Penko, Kelsey Perkins, Diana Pham, John Phan, Phung ,V t- 'Y1' X Plank, Paula Pleasant, David Polevoy, Sharon Powell, Thomas 'Una ill Xa Af? Poynter, Donald Preslar, James Prough. Rebecca Puckett , Brian Pugh , James Rausch . Lynne Ramirez , Maria Reed , John ki.. S Reeves, Brian Rice. Steven Richardson, Elizabeth Richey, Danielle Ricketts, Kerry Ricklin, Audrey Rifkin. Aileen .flwll 'Q f r f Rise, Mark Rolens, Natalie Rozinski, Joan Russell, Paula Sandoval, Theodore 244 Robinson, Patricia Romero, Keith Rubald, Catherine Russell, Rebecca Sauls, Ronald 'Q- Rodgers, Bradley Rose, Eileen Rubanstein, Reid Saltzman, Jeffrey Rogers, Ann Rowles, Cheryl Russell, Howard Samuel, Evelyn Romolo, John Rubanowitz, Eric Salaz, Angela Sevier Marcus Shore Martin Smith Alyce V x Schlickenmaye, Shelly Shoemaker. Joseph Simpson, Lisa Smith, Jeffrey 3 ,JX N' x X Qt Ar I, It 1 Schmidt, Karen Shoppell, Jane Simpson, Valarie Smith, Jerrianne x Schaefer, Debra Shada, Paul Simmons, Edward Smith, Gerald Smith, Kendall , ,W fsff 2 Q37 Schlater, Erin Shaw, Richard Simmons, Trina Smith, Jeffrey Sorensen, Cynthia 4 Elle? ii 5' fro-V Yr? Thomas, Cynthia Thomas, Desiree Thompson, Adele Tinsley, Randal Todd, Janet Strong, Brad Stuart, Lisa Sublett, Barry Sublett, Roger Sudduth, Gaudie Survine, Rose Sveska, Susan Swain, Ellen Swanson, Janet Swedberg, Susan Sowell, Jacquelin Sowell, Preal Spector, Michael Spengler, Grace Sperlak, Carol Spicer, Mark Staneart, Suzanne Starr, David Stearns, Carla Stebbins, Kristin Stephens, Thaddeus Stevenson, Dianne Stewart, David Stillman, Scott Stimac, Kathryn Stinnett, Cecil Stoddard, Bruce Stokes, Laurie Storey, Lisa Strang, Kenneth Torpey, David Trautman. James Trujillo, Tammeron Trujillo, Teresa Tsiouvaras, William Tucker, Pamlyn Vanschaack, Henry Vaughns, Anner Walker, Andrew Walker, Gwendolyn ,O Walsh, Kim Watson, Cynthia Way, Laurie Webb, Kelli Weese, Lisa Wehrle, Richard Wenner, Linda Westerberg, Ronald Wetteland, Elizabeth Wiggins, Vincent Willert , Tim Williams, Williams . Williams. 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President Doug Ross Representatives Tfeasufef Doug Young Becky Robinson Debbie Hardiman Renee Holmes Achevedo, Alan Aguillar, David Aguillar, Diana Aldrich, Royalyn Alfred, Roland Aldredge, Theresa Allen, Antoinette Anderson, Barbara Andrade, Charlette Andrews, Theodore Anavari, David Archie, Annette Armitage, Charles Arnold, Bradley Atkinson, Jeanne Axelson, Barbara Ayers, Chandra Badger, Karla Bailey, Kim Bailis, Glen Bails, Nancy Baker, Amy Baker, Douglas Baldon, Susan Baucom, Phyllis Beacom, John Beasley, Cynthia Beck, Mary Beierle, Laura Bell, Denise Berk, Susan Berndt, Dynelle Biggers, Belinda Blake, Charles Bloede, Kirk Bodhane, John Bouma, Julie Boxer, Michael Brassfield , Pamela Bray, Sharry Bretthauer, Kimberly Bridges, Curtis Britton, Darin Broussard, Lenora Brown, Charlie 250 01 Xi Brown Jan Brown, Patricia Brown, Robert Bruce, David Bruhn Paige Bruns, Catherine Buckels, Lisa Bunch, Renee Burbank, John Burkey, Ruthie Burnett, Gwendolyn Butcher, Janice Byrd, Patricia Byrne, Mark Campbell, Annette Campbell, Katherine Carpenter, Candace Carpenter, Craig Carpenter, Janice Carter, Thalia Cary, Kevin Castellano, Tom Castro, Charlie Chase, Marshell Chippindale, Kerry Christensen, Sandra Clapp, Catherine Clark, Kathy Clawson, Randal Clayburn, Lisa Clemons, Nadia Cleveland, Toi Clift, Bruce Cohn, Joanne Coleman, Karen Collier, Angelita Collins, Michael Colvin, Travis Cook, Carla Cooks, Renee Cooper, Clinton Cordona, Sylvia Cordova, Mikel Cotten, Cathy Cowans, Claudette Cox, Henry Cox, Kimberly Cox, Marvin Crandell, Robert Croneigh, Marilyn Crossland, Derrick Cunningham, Bridget Cunningham, Jeffrey Curtis, Wendy Danahey , Diane Davis Davis Davis Davis , James LaBruce Leah William Dore, Kelly Dorman, Anthony Dorr, Mary Dougherty, Deborah Drage, David Drewitt, Sheryle Dubois, Christine Dubois, Pamela Duncan, Michelle Earnest, Felicia Edmonson, Keith Ekanger, Linda Debow, Debra Demaria, Richard Derrera, Sally Dew, William Dinner, Kristi Dolph , Lon Donohue, Kathleen A ll if 7 Finley, Christoph Fisher , Nick Fisher, William Flanagan , Susan Floyd , Cheryl Floyd, Yvonne Fong, Robin Ford , Larry Elliot, Lamar English, Patrick Epstein, Terry Espinoza, Edwin Evans, Lisa Evans, Thomas Fahlberg, Patricia Farabee, Janet Farber, Sonia Fast, Cynthia Feiner, Beth Fields, Brian Foss, Lynn Frain, Curt Freis, Shari Fujioka, Dana Fuller, Leslie Fullington, Dana Gallegos, Lori Gallegos, Louann Garcia, Jose Gaulden, Sandra Gilmore, Vincent Gilmore, William Gladstone, David Glasgow, Kimberly Goddard, Mary Goddard, Sheryl Gogan, Vickie Goin, Todd Gonzales, Diana Gordon, Scott Gottsegen, Tami Gray, Claire Green, Cynthia Green, Steven Greer, Frederick Gunter, Vincent Halbert, Brenda Halborh, Joseph Hall, Jan Hall, Shaunna Hallgrimson, Julia Halliday, Judy Hamilton, Karen Hannum, Paul Harbison, David Hardiman, Deborah Harper, Michael Harris, Evette Harris, Laura Harris, Ronald Hart, Margaret Harvey, Julia Haynes, Hartense Heddens, John Heimbrock, Anne Hempstead, Lyndly Henderson , Jacquelin Hendricks , Pamila Henry, Cheryl Hicks, Diane Hillman, Laurie Hoard, Ardith Hockinson, Lori Hoghaug, Mike Hoke, John Holloway, Kimberly Hollsten, Michael Holmes, Rene Honeyfield, Deborah Hostetler, Kathy Howe, Theresa Howell, Sabra Hughes, Donald Huizenga, Karl Hunt, Louis Hussey, Allison Jackson, Clifford Jackson, Robin Jacobs, Andrea Jaffe, Cindy Jeffs, Ellen Johns, Edward Johnson, Dena Johnson, Jackie Johnson, Sonya Johnston, Cynthia Jolly, Jones Jones Jones Jones, Jones , Jones, Jones Jones, Jones, Julye Pamela Angela Anthony Freeman Gaye Jeannie McKinley Tamara Venita Yvonne Tangeria Kaczmarek, Michelle Kaitz, Sheril Kamlet, Andrew Kass, Lynda Katchen , .Barry Katchen, Katheryn Keech, Drew Keenan, Kenneth Kegans, Christoph Kelble, Kevin Kelley, Marie Kemman, Steven Kemp, Melody Klahn, Lisa Klunder, John Knappenberger, Diane Kowalski, Keith Kraus, Kelli Kunkel, Todd Kunkel, Tori Kutzler, Charles Lande, Fran Lehnerz, Greg Leone, Marian Lewis, Adriene Lewis, Jayne Lewis, Pamela Lewis, Patricia Martz , William Mason, Fredrick Matzen, Jena May, Richard Mazur, Monique .gfMcCa11in, Julie McClain , Craig 256 Lewis, Paul Lindros, Jean Lipps, John Littleton, Sherr Littman, Michael Locke , Toni Martin, Andrea Martin, Edwin Martin, Gail Martinez, Lino Martinez, Sharon Martinez, Victor i Logan, Anthony Logan, Kay Longbella, John Lopez, Antonio Lopez, Gregory Manning, Kay Mansfield, Susan Marcus, Steve Marshall, Renee Marshall, William Lopez, Louis Lovins, Diane Lucero, Tammy Lundstrom, James Lundstrom, Susan Magee, Anne Magee, Katherine Manning, Fay Z ,, 'Q mi McClard, Anne McCready, Richard McSwain, Shawn Meade, Lisa Medina, Laura Merriam, Lisa Michaels, Nicholas Miller, Cynthia Miller, Tamara Montgomery, Brett Montour, David Moore, Margaret Morales, Linda Morr , Stephen ,iq Mueller, Todd A Murphy, Anthony Myers, Julie Nakata, Roger Nakayama, Marsha Nearing, Christoph Nelson, Angela Nelson, David Nelson, Julie Nelson, Karen Nelson, Kenneth Neumann, Paul Neusinger, Isabel Nevens, Catherine Newbins, Lindette Neyens, Kerry Nichols, Mark Nichols, Mary Ann Nielson, Eric Noble, Paula Nutter, Rhonda 1 O'Day, Michael O'Dell, Evelyn Orr, Elizabeth O'Shaughnessy, Tracy in - Otey, Dean -av' , Otey, Sheryl ma, fl, , Otey, Vickie ii "4', . Ott, Nancy Otten, Margaret Ottenbreit, Dean Overton, Ronnie Owens, Cathy 257 Inside every human shell a person Inside every person . . emotions Inside every emotion . . feelings Each person has the need to feel . . . to express . . to share . . . Let's not pretend we need each other. Perlmutter, Darran Perron, Cynthia Perry, Teria Peterson, Douglas Pfau, Lisa Phelps, Regina Pinger, Edward Polvogt, Catherine Ponzio, Stephen Porter, Tammera Powell, Emmett Preisner, Gregory Prentis, Brent Prusse, Brian Pumphrey, Greg Randell, Sara Raney, Ross Recher, Jeffrey Reed, Julie Reich, Brenda Reiff, Jerry Reilly, Patricia Rex, Scott Richard, Pamila Richie, Todd Robbins, Vickie Roberson, LaWanna Robinson, Coy 258 Pablo, John Pacheco, Anthony Pack, Robin Padzensky, Lori Parker, Sheila Parkinson, Jacque Payton, Tom Pederson, John Pegues, Samuel Peoples, Loria Perkins, Susan Perlman, Scott t ,qv 1.7 Shannon, Kelly Sharrow, Stephanie Shenkin, Bonnie Shryock, Jill Siegel, Lori Sigman, Ellen Slaton, Rufus Smetana, Walter Smiley, John Smith, Alton Smith, Betina Smith, Deborah Robinson, Rebecca Robinson, Vincent Rockwell, Teresa Roe, Curtis Rogers, Gerald Romer, Kenneth Ross, Dan Ross, Douglas Rowe, Jeanine Rowlett, Michele Rubald, Mark Rubin, Eric Ruh, Michael Russell, Othea Sanchez, Daniel Sandberg, Jennifer Sapp, Donald Scales, Carl Schaefer, Renee Schiff, Robert Schneider, Susan Schwartz, Kristen Scott, Valanette Sebree, Sonya Seifred, Donald Shaddock, Gay Shafer, Beth Shaffer, Sandra Do I see you for what you are or for what I want you to be? I really don't know you, do I? Is it because you are not willing or because are I am blind, seeing only what I want to see? 259 Smith, Lisa Smith, Steven Smith, Suzanne Smith, Wendell Smyth, James Sommer, Carol Sornberger, Scott Southall, Anitra Spangler, Anne Speck, William Spickard, Michelle Stears, Jane Steiner, Robert Stephens, Elizabeth Stewart, Brad Stewart, Gregory St. John, Pamela Stillwell, Phillip t . . , , You know how I feel You listen to how I think you understand you're my friend Stopa, Elizabeth Stromberg, Kevin Sullevent, Shari Sunshine, Leba Surprenant, Christian Surratt, Andre Swedberg, Gail Tarleton, Norman Tenenbaum, Howard Terry, Sheila Thomas, Timothy Thordson, Donald Threlkeld, Bradley Tidwell, Deirdra Tiffan, Susan Tobin, Patricia Tolsma, Dawndra Toombs, Lisa Townsie, Steven Trautman, Melinda Trujillo, Steven Turnbous, Mark Valastak, Tracy Valerio, Angela VanPelt, Peter Veatch, Ann Velasquez, Wendy Villarreal, Steven X X We are all flowering, I-QA heading for unknown directions, searching for nothing in particular but knowing that it is out there somewhere . Vineyard, Jill Vogt, Timothy VonPhul, Karen Vonspieger, Rebecca Wagner, Angela Wagner, David Wallace, Suzanne Waller, Tamaura Walsh, Patrick Walton, Donald Warner, Elizabeth Warth, Amy Washington, Connie Washington, Gerald Wayman, David Webb, Dominique Webb, Mary Webb, Stephanie .A ,. , - , A ft' A VSA. c g V, 6+ . 2-S 2 3 Wood, Linda Wright, Teresa Yee, Orland Young, Young, Young, Zorno, Weeks, Hallam Wehrle, Jeffrey Welch, Nancy West, Sherolyn Westcott, Jeffrey Western, Linda Westrup, Karen Whalen, Scott Wheeler, Monique Whitaker, Steven White, Burdette Wilkerson, Micheal Willert, Pamela Williams, Sallie Williams, Tracy Wilson, Hilary Wing, Patricia Winkel, Mark Witkin, Mitch Wolf, Amy Wolf, Valerie Douglas Gregory Karen Abby 261 4- WH if 10 .G W . ,AX - Sometimes I wake up ecstatic Realizing that I am me Different from everyone else yet the same. I look me I think me I feel me But me alone is not complete So I have joined with others. U ,fw,..A . v.,-, , ,UV -,f . u ' A . -. 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Left to right: Marcia Isenberg, Delores Knight, Jeanette Taton, Nancy Gart, Harry Schanker, Cheryl Betz, Douglas Fine, William Myers, Ida Uchill, Herman Motz and Harold Mason. 264 K.. ---Q -.- R- vi., ,.f ..,N Best wishes ' ro the roduofes of l efferson as IQ 7 1977 of 5 "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." Congratulations to The Class of 1977 Emerson . -'x 1 I I h l ll 1 ' l A ' 3 XX l ' 1 .-, I ' i"'l X 1 ' lbs , and COVUDBUY .I xl , REALTOR IN uRoR Q f 0 esociwmvosmmswos f 'l 4 I DcNNFF COLORADOBOQZZ ,Ill fix, 303 seveol l I X lll. Viz!! Y lg Moom Garrett llill , , S REALTOR if ji BI0mf1eld ' ,s Q Qlnxllfilill clung fzafufatiorzs cfass Df 7 7 3600 SO. 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Abosch, Kenan 59, 110. 116, 139, 176 Abosch, Susanne 110, 116, 137, 232 Acevedo, Alan 103, 250 Adams, Maxine 142 Adams, Monoiette Adkins, Steven 232 Adolphson, David 188 Aguilar, Chris Aguilar, David 70, 250 Aguilar, Diana 250 Akin, Cheryl 89, 148, 231, 232 Akridge, Alan 141, 142, 143, 232 Akridge. Larry 142, 188 Akyere, Mary 111, 232 Aldrich, Royalyn 165, 250 Alexander, Harrell Alfred, Roland 250 Alldredge, Theresa 250 Allen, Antionett 250 Allen, Deborah Allen, Joe 141, 143 Allen, M. 142 Alsdorf, Andrew 103, 104. 188 Altberger, Stacy 232 Anchrum, Robert 232 Anderberg, Lori Anderberg, Robert 188 Badger, Karla 250 Baerresen, Carol 189 Bahrych, Lawrence 139 148, 160 Bailey, Kim 250 Bailis, Glen 139, 250 Bailis, Robyn 94, 95, 137, 232 Bails, Nancy 250 Bails, Susan Baker, Amy 66, 113, 250 Baker, Douglas 250 Baker, John 56, 57, 70, 77, 89, 182, 189 Baker, Shaun 57, 112, 137, 146, 232 Baldon, Rebekah 108 Baldon, Susan 165, 250 Bales. John 143 Banks, Patricia 152, 189 Barber, Glenda 165, 232 Barber, Yolanda 152, 165 Barker, Karen 96, 97, 146, 189 Barlow , Leonard Bamey, Danford B8l1Ol'l Patrice 232 Barych, Laray 146 Anderson . Allen Anderson, Barbara 143, 250 Anderson, Carol Anderson, Clement '72, 76 Anderson, Cynthia 232 Anderson. Darryl Anderson , Kenneth 103, 160 250 Boyd, Euan 59, 116 163 191 Bunch, Renee 66, 165, 251 Anderson, Kevin 61, 106, 108, 126, 232 Anderson, Kymba192, 100, 166, 167, 171, 188 Anderson, Lee Anderson, Mark Anderson, Wilbur 152, 232 Andrade, Charlette 250 Andrade, Matthew Andresen, Brian 69, 89, 116, 133, 182, 188 Andrews, Dale 108, 109, 188 Andrews, Donald 140, 152. 188 Andrews, James Andrews, Theodore 58, 250 Anger, Lisa 188 Anvari, David 103, 250 Appelbaum, Alan 188 Apple, Jeffrey 232 Archie, Annette 250 Archuleta, Faith 232 Armitage, Amy 188 Armitage, Charles 250 Arnold, Bradley 59, 250 Arslanian, Brian 189 Ash, Brenda 63, 147, 165, 189 Ash, David Ashley, Edward Aspinwall, John 60, 61, 189 Aspinwall, Margaret 108, 232 Atencio, Sherry 151 Atkinson, Jeanne 165, 250 Aue, Kevin Auer, Eileen 232 Austin, Kim 165 Austin, Robert 189 Averch, Craig 68, 69, 110, 189 Axelson, Barbara 103, 250 Axelson, Laurie 126, 189 Ayers, Chandra 165, 250 Baucom, Phyllis 250 Bauer, Andrew 116, 189 Baur, Lorrie 116, 137, 232 Baxter, Constance 152, 232 Baxter, Kenneth Baxter, Steven 232 Beacom, James 189 Beacom, John 62, 250 Beasley, Cynthia 250 Beasley, Kevin 68 Beasley, Ollie Beck, Cheryl 190 Beck, Mary 165, 250 Beckwith, Richard 61, 190 Behnfeldt, Bruce Beierle, Laura 165, 250 Bell, Brett Bell, Denise 250 Bell, Ladonna Bellomy, Lorie 190 Bender, Patrice 146, 190 Bennett, Kim 152, 165, 190 Bentley. Timothy Berge . Truls Bergen , Carol Bergkamp, Pamela 103, 116, 147, 149, 190 Bergkamp, Stephen 103, 149 INDEX Berk, Joel 116, 139, 166, 167 , 190 Berk, Susan 103, 124, 149, 250 Bemdt, Dale 116, 232 Bemdt, Dynelle 165, 250 Bess, Patricia 232 Bess, Tamara 110, 165 Betz, Carter 59, 110, 190 Bibbs, Denise 190 Bieber, Doris 232 Biggers, Belinda 250 Bills, Cynthia 190 Bingaman, Gregory Birenboim , Devra 110 , 116, 232 Bisdorf, Catherine 190 Bisdorf, Larry 58, 152 Bishop, Cynthia 66, 103, 110 , 116, 137 Bishop, Harold 108, 126, 191 Black, David 61, 72 Blackshear Jr. , Olenthus Blair, Angela Blake, Charles 250 Blakey, James 152, 233 Bland, John Blashock, Herbie Bloede, Kirk 139, 250 Boatright, Kristi 96, 97 137, 233 Bodhane, John 59, 250 Boe, Lisa 103, 191 Bohanna, Frederick 233 Bokamper, Diane 191 Boland, Betsy 66, 108, 116 171, 181, 191 Bolden, David 96, 97, 191 Bolt, Anne 108, 233 Bonner, David Bonner, William 58, 191 Booton, Gary 191 Bordy, Pascal 70, 149 Borey, Tracey Boswell, Thomas 191 Bouma, Julie 66, 250 Bouma, Lori 66, 103, 116 137. 149, 166, 167, 233 Bowen, Allyson 95, 191 Boxer, Michael 166, 167, Boyd, Pamela 165, 250 Bradshaw, Julie 233 Brady. Margaret 108, 126. Bragg, Regina Brassfield, Pamela 250 Braswell, Henrietta 165, 233 Bray, Sharry 250 Brenneman, David 103, 191 Bretthauer, Kimberly 109, 165, 250 Bretzing, Brian Brewer, Tommy 233 Bridges, Curtis 62, 143, 250 Bridges, Karen 66, 74, 116, 137, 140, 233 Briola, Steven 233 Britton, Darin 250 Broce, Lori 152 Broersma, Mary 148, 166, 1 167, 192 Brooks, Angela 165, 233 Brooks, Gerald 192 Brooks, Lawrence 192 Broussard, Lenora 250 Brown, Anthony Brown, Charles 250 Brown, Cheryl 192 Brown, Eddie 233 Brown, Elbert Brown, Jan 250 Brown, Jean 106, 108, 116 137, 139, 233 Brown, Jimmy 116, 192 Brown, Joann 165 Brown, Keri 142 Brown, Micheal Brown, Monica 152 Brown, Patricia 250 Brown, Robert 251 Brown, Royal 165, 192 Brown, Tammi 103, 152 233 Brown, Warren 103, 233 Bruce, David 62, 251 Bruce, Holly 140, 192 Bruhn, Paige 251 Brunnett, Susan 171, 192 Bruns, Catherine 146, 165 251 Bruton. Michelle 137, 146, 165, 233 Bryant, Alan Bryant, Crystal 110 Bryant, Edweena 192 Brzeinski, Elizabeth 192 Bucher, Barbara 192 Buckels, Lisa 109, 139 165. 251 Buckley, Sean Buford, Karen 233 Bugdanowitz, Linda 146. 160 Bunting, David 233 Burbank, John 70, 251 Burchett, Rodney 233 Burgin, Raymond w fl nf' Q i Q Burke, Bradley 233 Burke, Diane 233 Burkes, Wayne 152 Burkey, Judith 193 Burkey, Nancy 66, 251 Burks, Jefferson Burleson, Cynthia 109, 193 Burleson, Jacquelin 63, 143, 165 Burleson, Jeannie 74 Bumett, Gwendolyn 251 Burnett, Kathleen 151, 152, 233 Bums, David 65, 69, 233 Bums, John Burroughs, Sally 152, 233 Burwell, Jay 193 Bush, Donna Bushacher, Robert 58, 193 Butcher, Janice 110, 251 Butler, Lisa 251 Buzzell, Lee Bynum, Randall Byrd, Patricia Byme, James Byrne, Mark 146, 251 Byrne, Phillip 116, 132, 181, 193 Cabral, J. 143 Caddell, Richard Caine, Cassandra 151 Caine, Dennis Caldwell, Starla Calhoun, Barbara 77 Calhoun, Wesley 103 Campbell, Annette 251 Campbell, Kathryn 251 Campbell, Stephen Cannon, Jerry 193 Cantley, Clay Cardenas, Vanita 233 Cardona, Jamie Carey, Nancy 233 Carlson, Melanie 116, 137, 234 Carlson, Sandy Carney, Robin 108, 193 Carpenter, Candace 110, 251 Carpenter, Craig 251 Carpenter, James 193 Carpenter, Janice 110, 251 Carree, Stephen 141, 142 Carter Frederick 72, 76, 234 Carter George 234 Carter, Jacquelin Carter Thalia 251 Cary, Kevin 251 Cary, Michael Castaneda. Ivan f 1 Castellano, Thomas 57, 70, 139, 251 Castro, Charlie 251 Cavender, Michael Chacon, Steve Chandler, Carolyn 193 Chappell, Verdell Charleston, Andre Charleston, Yvonne 234 Chase, Joe Chase, Marshel1165, 251 Chippindale, Kerry 66, 251 Christensen, Sandra 251 Ciari, Gino Citarella, Mary 193 Clapp, Catherine 146, 251 Clark, Joanne 96, 97, 171, 193 Clark, Kathy 109, 165, 251 Clark, Keith Clark, Sandy 234 Clawson, Cherie 194 Clawson, Randal 251 Claybum, Brian 110, 234 Claybum, Lisa 251 Clear, Jennel 108, 234 Cleghom, Steve Clemons, Nadia 251 Cleveland, Toi 165, 251 Dacus, Polly Dahl, Steve 234 Dalchau, Kirk 196 Dalton, Richard 196 Danahey, Diane 252 Danahey, Lynn 196 Danko , Clifford, Gary 194 Clift, Bruce 103, 251 Cline , Cline , Anthony Julie 194 Cobb, Mary 140. 142, 194 Daniels, Debra 234 Daniels, Gary 234 Danielson, Barry 103, 104 196 David 196 Davis. James 252 Cobb, Roger 76 Cocas, Peter Coe, Nancy 154, 194 Cohen, Elizabeth Cohn, Joanne 103, 149, 251 Colbert, Cheryl 194 Colbruno, Michael Coleman, Gerald 194 Coleman, Karen 165, 251 Coleman, Ruth 67, 166, 167, 194 Coleman, Salena 151, 165 Danko, Douglas 234 Darby. Cynthia 196 Darcey, Denise 66, 234 Davenport. Charles 59 Collier, Angelita 251 Collins, Carlton Collins, Michael 143, 251 Collins, Regina 74, 200 Colvin, Travis 251 Combs, Deborah 96, 97 194 160, 234 Davidson, Lynn 116, 137 139, 234 Davis, Blake 234 Davis. Donita 143, 197 Davis, Gordon 108, 116 197 Davis. Janice 110 Davis. Jimmy Davis, Labruce 252 Davis, Leah 166, 167, 252 Davis, Shelby 72, 73. 197 Davis, Stephen 197 Davis , Davis . Trevina 110 William 252 Connally, Ernest 194 Connor, Karen 152, 195 Cook, Candace 195 Cook, Carla 251 Cook, Elizabeth 96, 97. 171, 234 Cook, Robert 195 Cooksey, Jay 195 Cooke, Randolph Cooks, Renee 149, 251 Cooper, Clinton 251 Copeland, Darren 195 Copeland, Debra Copeland, Gavin Corbin, Janet 234 Cordona, Sylvia 251 Cordova, Mikel 143, 251 Cosgrove, Richard Cotton, Cathy 251 Cowans, Claudette 74. 165, 251 Cowans, Daniel Cox, Deborah 195 Cox, Catherine 66, 128. 149, 195 Cox, Henry 251 Cox, Kimberly 252 Cox, Marvin 252 Cox, Orville Cozens, Wendy 59, 116, 147, 148, 179. 195 Crandell, Robert 62, 70, 252 Crank, John 234 Crawford, Terry 57, 121, 123, 195 Crenshaw, Byron 195 Crenshaw, Mark 61, 234 Crews, Norman 103, 234 Croneigh, Marilyn 252 Crosby, Clarence 196 Crosby, Steve 68, 143 Cross, Johnny Crossland, Derrick 62, 252 Crow, Londa 152 Culbertson, Colleen 66, 116, 196 Culbertson, David 128, 234 Culbertson, Mark 196 Cunningham, Bridget 109. 252 Cunningham, Jeffrey 252 Cunningham, Myron 61 Currier, Karen 147, 196 Curtis, Craig 57, 70, 196 Curtis, Frank Curtis, Nina Curtis, Wendy 66, 252 Cushinberry, Charles Cushinberry. Jimmy Davdson, Theresa 140, 197 Day, David 197 Day, Jeffrey 89, 103, 104 121, 183, 197 Day, Valerie Deadwyler, Karen 197 Debow, Debra 252 Degala, Gregory 68, 197 Degolier, Margo Dehne, Maureen 234 Demaria, Karen Demaria, Richard 252 Demerson, Alton Demots, Douglas DeNiza, Marcos 77 Denz, Leslie 234 Derrera. Sally 143, 252 Derryberry, Paul 61. 197 Deuz, Leslie 152 Devereaux, Nyla 143 Devereaux, Qwan Devers, Carole 92, 93 116, 197 Devers, Yvette 135, 136 Deviney, Robin Dew, William 252 Dews, David Diamond, Steven 234 Dickinson, Ralph 234 Digrappa, Theresa 137 Dillard, Craig 61, 198 Dillard, Jesse 235 Dillon, Leslee 235 Dillon, Robert 198 Dinner, Kristi 96, 149, 252 Dinner, Wendy 89, 90, 96 97, 116, 147, 149, 171 180, 198 Dinsmore, David 61, 235 Dixon, Kelly Dixon, Shawn 116. 167, 198 Dodson, Kenlynne 235 Dolph, Holly 198 Dolph, Lon 252 Donahue Timoth 235 I Y Donohue , Kathleen 66 , 165, 252 Donohue, Kelly 66, 235 Dore, Kathleen 235 Dore, Kelley 252 Dore, Michael 198 Dorman, Anthony 252 Dormishian, Guity 111 Dorr, Joann 140, 142, 198 Dorr, Mag! 252 Dotson, Derick 141 Doty, Susan 152. 235 Dougherty, Deborah 252 Dougherty, Kelly 152, 235 Douglas, Anthony 152 Douglas, Juanita 1 166, Douglas, Rosalinda 103 Dowd, Robert Dowd, Tom 235 Dowdell, Gregory Dowden, Paul Dtage, David 252 Dreder, Diane 146 Dreher, Sherri 152, 235 Dresler, Diane Drewitt, Robert Drewitt, Sheryle 252 Driver, Carolyn 139, 165 Duane, Emily 116, 198 Dubois. Christine 63, 148, 252 Estes . Evans , Betty 143 Ann 62, 106, 108, 116, 125. 126, 199 Evans, Lisa 110, 252 Evans , Thomas 252 Fahlberg, Patricia 124, 252 111 , Falconi, Anamaria 146, 148, 166, 167, 199 Fancher, Erene 199 236 Fox, Daryll Fox, Russell 72, 76 Frain, Curt 59, 140, 253 Fraker, Kevin 200 Francis, Bryant 109, 200 Francis, Cynthia 236 Francis, Glenn 236 Franklin, Charlene 165 201 Franzmann, Gerald Frasco, Lori 63, 236 Frasco, Ron 68, 89, 121 122, 183, 201 Fraser. Jay 201 Frazier, Robert Frazin, Andrea 236 Freed, Jay 56, 57, 201 Freeman, Patty 201 Freis, Shari 165, 253 Freison, Otis French, Glenn Friess, Katherine 201 Frisk, Margaret 110, 236 Frost, Kevin Fujioka, Dana 253 Fukuhara, Leslie 92, 93 236 Fuller, Leslie 97, 253 Fullington, Dana 109, 124 5 Dubois, Pamela 252 Fanning, Tracy 235 Dubois, Vanessa 235 Farabee, Janet 63, 149, 252 Duff, Sandra Dugan, Terence 235 Dumas, Sean Dumm, David 109, 198 Duncan, Lenora Duncan, Michelle 252 Dunn, Gina 198 Dunn, Nancy 198 Duran, Patrick Duren, Mark Dworkin, David 106, 125, 198 Dyer. Cindy 151, 198 Eakins, Susan Ealy , Vickie Eamest, Felicia 252 Eberharter, Janice 235 Edmonson, Keith 76. 109, 252 Eisenstat, Gary 116, 137 139, 235 Ekanger, Linda 110, 252 Elazier, Michael Elias, Everette Ellington, Jill 140 Elliott, Lamar 103. 252 Elmer. Gregory 131, 198 Elverum, Judy 199 Emerson, James 199 Emery, Darrell Engelbrecht, Mark 235 English, Matthew 58, 152, 235 English, Patrick 58, 252 Ensign, Linda 235 Entzminger, Celeste 108 165, 199 Epstein. Paul 199 Epstein, Ronald Epstein, Terry 139, 252 Esnault, Alvin Espinoza, Dolores Espinoza, Edward 103, 252 Espinoza, Marlene Espinoza, Penelope 235 Farber Farber . Elliott 199 . Sonia 253 Fast , Cynthia 252 Faul, 137. Annette 108 , 116 , 235 Feagle, Cassandra 235 Feagle, Timothy 199 Feiner Feiner . Beth 253 , Lori 89, 112. 137, 165, 253 Fusilier. Dwayne Gable. William 201 Gaeth, Martin 18, 61, 116 201 Gaines, Teri 147, 148 151, 201 Gallegos, Abel Gallegos, Anita 154, 171 201 Gallegos, Lori 109, 165 253 Gallegos, Louann 171, 253 Gannaway, Charles Garcia, Jose 253 Garrett, Doren 231, 235 Feliss, William 199 Fenn, Laura Fennell, Paul 103, 104 Fie, Roxanne 96, 97, 116, 139. 147, 148, 171, 177, 199 Garrett, Ellen 202 Garrett, Lisa 106, 116, 125, 126, 147, 148 180, 202 Gatewood, April Gatseos, Elizabeth 202 108 Fields, Brian 62, 253 Fields, Steven 61 Filip, Karrie Fillis. Carrie 116, 199 Fink, Lori 235 Fink, Sondra 146, 152, 166, 167, 178, 199 Finley. Charles 199 Finley, Christoph 103, 253 Fisher, Nick 62. 139. 253 Fisher. William 59, 253 Gaulden, Shanda 253 Gaunt, Jane 106, 108, 116 146, 148, 202 Gemmill, Barbara 95, 96 97, 165, 236 George, Denise 116, 147 151, 202 137 George. Kenneth 57, 236 Gerlach, Mark Germany, Cynthia 165 Fishman. Jerry 106, 108, 116. 125, 126, 133. 163, 200 Fishman, Judith 137, 235 Fitzpatrick, John 236 Flanagan, Susan 253 Flick, Kimberly 200 Flood Mark Flora ., Shawn 57, 142, 236 Flores, Randy 61, 200 Flory, Betty 200 Floyd, Cheryl 253 Floyd, Yvonne 110, 253 Flynn, James 200 Flynn, James Fong, Robin 96, 97, 165, 253 Ford, Diana Ford, Larry 62, 103, 253 Fordyc e, Diana 200 Foss. Lynn 165, 253 Foster, Angela 236 Foster, Jeffrey 108, 200 Foste I 1 Lynn 74, 143, 165, Germany, Paul Gholston, April 236 Gifford, William 61, 148 236 Gilliland, Constance 108 116, 147, 202 Gilmore, Vincent 253 Gilmore, William 126, 253 Ginsburg, Bruce Givens, Kerry 108 Gladstone. David 139, 253 Glahn, Pamela 109, 236 Glasgow, Karin 116, 137 146, 160, 236 Glasgow, Kymberly 160 109 253 Goddard, Mary 253 Goddard, Sheryl 109, 165 253 Goddard, Thomas 236 Gogan, Vickie 140, 253 Goin, Todd 253 Goldberg, Marcia 166, 167 Hoghaug. John 110, 254 Iackson -lh 5652 23, Hardiman, Janis 94, 95, 137, 238 Hardiman, Linda 238 Hardiman, Robin Hardy, Angela 71, 238 Harland, Jacquelyn 204 Harnish, David 65, 69, 72, 204 Harnish, Jay 204 Harper, Michael 254 H31-tzgg, Denita JCFISOI1, Scott 239 Harris, Brenda 204 Harris, Eulonda 254 Harris. Jackie Harris, Kathi Harris, Laura 254 Harris, Machelle 110, 143 Harris, Ronald 109, 126, 139, 254 Harrison, Angela 152 Harrison, Anthony Harrison, Deborah 152, 204 Harrison, Kim 152 Harrison, Lenard 238 Harrison, Lorrie 152 Hockaday, Nathan 205 Hockensmith, Gary 141 142 Hocker, William 140, 141 205 Hockinson, Lori 254 Hodges, Charles Hogan, Deborah 146, 165 238 Hoke , David 205 Hoke , John 254 Holcomb, Kelene 205 Holden, Tim 238 Hollingsworth, Dawn 94 135, 205 Holloway, Kimberly 103, 165, 254 Holloway, Rodney 206 Hollsten, Michael 254 Jackson, Carl 72, '73, 152 207 Jackson, Charles 61, 207 Jackson, Charlotte Jackson, Cleotis 77 Jackson, Clifford 254 Jackson Morcedess 110 Jackson Paul Jackson, Robin 165, 254 Sandra 238 Gonzales, Diana 253 206 11 f Goldblatt, Sheri 166, 167 Gunter, Leonard 171, 202 Gunter, Sylvia 253 Goldenberg, Elise 236 Gunter, Vincent 253 Goldfein, Robert 106, 108 Gutjahr, Karen 137, 237 126, 202 Guyton, Gloria Goldstone, Melanie 236 Guyton, Olivia 109 Gomez, Lisa 237 Guyton, Rory Good, Linda 237 Goodin, Carl 62, 108, 126 202 Goodloe, Gregory 237 Goodman, Mark 202 Goldman, Tracy Good, Richard Goodwin, Kenneth Gordon, Nilsa 237 Gordon, Scott 109, 253 Gottsegen, Tami 253 Gotrsegen, Teri 171, 202 Harrison, Steven 61, 204 Hart, Margaret 254 Hart, Steve 77 Hartgraves, Bradley 61, 68. 238 Hartzog, Michael 68, 204 Harvey, David 103, 143 Harvey, Julia 149, 165, 254 Hatchett, Susan 103 Haverley, Thomas Hayden, Antoinett 238 Hayek, Jeffrey Hayes, Janet 106, 108, 116, 126, 137, 139, 238 Holmes, Laurence 61, 103 206 Holmes, Renee 134, 165 Holmes, Rolanda Holmes, Sandra 89, 249, 254 Holmes, Valencia 134, 206 Holper, Joan 140, 142, 206 Holzmann, David 143 Homer, Pamela 165 Haas, Darla 152, 203 Haase, Patricia 203 Hadad, Diane 109, 163, 166, 167 Haggerty, Kathleen 106, 108, 147, 203 Haight, Timothy 203 Hailey, Teresa 152, 237 148 , 238 Grace , Rhonda 110, 237 Grady, Steven 96, 97, 108, 141 143, 202 Grady, Timothy 'Grant, David 202 Grant Donald Grant Kathleen 165, 202 Grant, Lisa Grant, Randy Grant, Robert Grant, Theordore Graves. Michael 237 Hallman, David 237 Grantham, Curtis Gras, Karen 116, 147, 149 202 Gray, Claire 253 Gray, Daniel 203 Haining, John 61, 237 Halbert, Brenda 253 Halbert. Ricky 203 Halboth, Deborah 152, 237 Halboth Joseph 62 68, 253 Hall, Debra 116, 203 Hall, Jennie 103, 253 Hall, Kenneth 61, 72, 73 Hall, Larry Hall, Laurel 126, 163, 203 Hall, Shaunna 253 Hallett, Steven 203 Hallgrimson, Julia 254 Halliday, Judy 165, 254 Halliwell, James 237 Haynes , Cynthia 108 , 122, 139, 140, 147, 204 Haynes, Hartense 165, 254 Hayward, Willie Hecht, Jeffrey 116, 204 Heddens, John 57, 254 Heimbrock, Anne 149, 165, 254 Heimbrock, Kurt 205 Heires, Suzann 165, 238 121, Hempstead, Elisabeth 238 Hempstead, Lyndly 254 Henderson Catherine 67, 108, 116 137, 238 Henderson, Jacquelin 142, 165, 254 Henderson, Pearl 205 Henderson, Susan 121, 123, 147, 148, 205 Hendricks, Calvin 61 Hendricks, Pamela 254 Henkel, Brant 57, 70, 128 Gray, James 69, 203 Gray, Stephen 103, 237 Green, Barbara Green, Barry Green, Cynthia 253 Green, Jesse Halva, Diane 154, 204 Hamburg, Kenneth Hamburg, William Hamilton, Edward 103, 104, 237 Hamilton, Karen 103, 254 Hamilton, Lisa Henkel, Leslie 149, 205 Henry, Cheryl 254 Henry, Elizabeth Hemandez, Laura Hernandez, Maria 146 Hess, wayne 205 Hewitt, Denise 116 Hickey, Wanda 77 Hicks, Camille 254 Hicks, Darryl Hicks, Dianne 110, 165 Hidahl, Jody '10, 238 Honeyfield, Deborah 254 Hook, Ellen 147, 152, 206 Hooker, Pamela 110, 152, 165, 238 Hoover. Charlotte 110, 151, 165, 206 Horan, Patricia 66, 206 Hori. Patricia 116, 171, Horne, Jon 57, 141, 143 Horton, Michael 206 Hostetler, Kathy 254 Hostetler, Steven 68, 238 Houghton, Margaret 108, 116, 126, 238 House, Philip Houston, Arlene 110, 206 Houston, Fred 76 Howard, Paul 72, 206 Howe, Teresa 254 Howe, Timothy Howell, Sabra 165, 254 Hudson, Milan 238 Hueston, Kathleen 238 Hufendick, Sharon 207 Hugdahl, Scott 57, 70, 116, 207 Hughes, Donald 57, 124 139, 254 Hughes, Jeffrey Hugo, Valerie 103, 238 Huizenga, Karl 254 Hummel, Joseph Hunsaker, David Hunsaker, Dolores 151 Hunt, Harold 110, 254 Hunter, David Hunter, Lemuel 238 Jacobs, Andrea 254 Jacobs, Darrell Jacobs, Pamela 134, 207 Jacobson, Steve 208 Jacques, Jerry Jaffe, Allen 208 Jaffe, Cindy 254 James, Toni 148, 208 Jay, Ricky Jeffs, Anne 106, 108, 147 171, 208 Jeffs, Ellen 165, 254 Jenkins, Allen 110, 134 143, 165, 239 Jenkins, Lori 95, 97, 134 208 Jenkins, Nancy 239 Jennings, Jeffrey 61, 116 208 Jerome, Charles 103, 104 126, 208 Jesmer, Jay 103 Johns, Edward 254 Jolmson Candace 208 Johnson Carol Johnson Cynthia 134,208 Johnson Dena 254 Johnson Devale Johnson Douglas Johnson , Gregory 239 Johnson, Jacqueline 255 Johnson, Jennifer 140, 142 208 Johnson, John Johnson, Lynn Johnson, Patrice 151, 208 Johnson Paula 239 Johnson Robert Johnson Sandra A. Johnson Sandra E. 239 Johnson, Sara 66, 116, 139 147, 176, 209 Johnson, Sonya 165, 255 Johnson, Steven 209 Johnson, Terri 239 Johnston, Cynthia 255 Jolly, Jeffery 61 Jolly, Pamela 255 Jones, Alan Jones, Andrew 209 Jones, Angela 255 Jones, Anthony 143, 255 Jones, Carmen Jones, Cecilia Jones, Courtney Jones, Freeman 255 Jones, Gaye 255 Hunter, Sherie 207 Hussey, Allison 165, 254 Hussey, Melinda 165, 238 Hutchinson, Jonathan Hutchinson, Linda 238 Hutchinson, Mark 207 Jones, Jeannie 110, 255 Jones, Lenzie Jones, L. Greg 116, 137 139, 239 Jones, McKinley 255 Jones, Olander Green. Steve Green, Steven 253 Hamilton , Mary 237 Higgins, Mary 137 Hilburn, Shantay 165 Greene, Christina Hamlyn, Susan 166, 167, Hill, Artie 68, 142 Greene, Patricia 203 Greenhaw, Linda 203 Greer, Frederick 253 Gregory, Douglas Gregory, Kristen 237 Gregory, Sherri 203 Grier, Gene Grier, Gina 63, 237 Griffith, John Grimes, Marsha 237 Groom, Jeffrey 203 Grove, Angela 103 Grove, Troy Grove, Winston Gunning, Nina 110, 165 237 204 Hand, Deborah 109, 116, 238 Handy, Victor 110 Hanna, Grant 128, 288 Hannum, John 61, 238 Hannum, Orlie Hannum, Paul 57, 254 Hansgen, Jean 147, 148, 166, 167, 204 Hanson, Susan 204 Harbison, David 62, 254 Hardaway, Jaculk Hardee, Angie 63 Hardiman, Deborah 89, 109, 165. 249, 254 Hill, Charles 143 Hill, Lisa 143 Hill, Sharon 146, 148, 149, 165, 205 Hill, Thomas 143 Hilliard, Dennis Hillman, Laurie 109, 254 Hindman, Jeffrey Hinkley, Emest Hinnen, Reed 110, 205 Hirschfield, Jeffrey 108, 137, 148, 166, 167 Hitchcock, Sandra Hix, Gregory Hoard, Ardith 165, 254 Hobson, Blake 238 Hyde , Karlan 207 Ingram, Asa 110, 143 Isaacs, Shawn 59, 207 Ivan, Kathleen 207 Jackson, Arnold 61, 104 207 Jones , Randolph Jones , Robert Jones, Scoot 57, 239 Jones, Shelia Jones, Stanley Jones, Tamara 255 Jones, Teleia Jones, Venita 255 Jones, Vemon Jones, Yvonne 109, 255 Jonsen, Gregory 69, 116 137, 239 Jordan, Jeannette Joyner, Cameron Joyner, Peter 209 Julye, Kathleen 152, 209 Julye, Tangeria 255 Jumper, Rochea 239 Jundi, Aija 137, 149, 239 McCullough , Tony 68, 103, 104, 132 Lipps, John 256 AW Q Longo , John Labriola, Terri 210 Kaczmarek, Michelle 255 Kaitz, Sheril 255 Kam, Kathy Kamlet, Andrew 108, 139 255 Kass, Lynda 255 Kass, Rodney 137, 148 152, 239 Katchen, Barry 255 Katchen, Kathryn 146, 255 Katchen, Leslie 209 Katz, Simona 116, 209 Kavan, Kelly 209 Keech, Drew 255 Keefe, Jeffrey 57, 70, 137 239 Keenan, Kenneth 255 Keesee, Constance 165, 239 Kegans, Christoph 255 Keith, Belinda 165 Kelble, Frank 57, 209 Kelble, Kevin 57, 255 Keller, Joaquin 209 Kelley, Lorena 239 Kelley, Marie 165, 255 Kelly, Therese 152, 239 Kelty, Jennifer 116, 137 148, 165, 239 Kemman, Steven 62, 255 Kemp, Camille 142, 239 Kemp, Melody 143, 255 Kendall, Suzanne 209 Kenna, Kevin 137 Kenna, Michael 210 Kennedy, Richard 141, 143 Kenny, Terrence Kessler, David 103, 239 Kidder, Wendy 116, 147 166, 167, 210 Kindall, Susanne 165 Kinnermon, Kenny Kirk, Aletha 116, 137 Kirksey, Vincent Kishkunas, Ruth Ann 165 Klahn, Lisa 66, 255 Klahn, Michael 239 Kline, Karen 239 Klepping, Joan 239 Klunder, John 255 143 Knappenberger, Diane 148, 255 Knight, Darrell 58, 210 Knoetgen, Joan 110, 165, 239 Knous, James 210 Knutson, Steven 239 Koshio, Keith 210 Kowalski, Keith 255 Kraus, Kelli 255 Kramer, Jeff 70 Kraus, Teresa 210 Kremers, David 106, 108 116, 125, 126, 137, 149 239 Kresge, Stephen 239 Kuark, Eugene 59 Kunkel, Todd 255 Kunkel, Tori 255 Kurz, Kevin 57, 70, 77 210 Kuskulis, Andria 239 Kutsuma, Mark 240 Kutzler, Charles 70, 255 Lackner, Robert 69, 116 133, 139, 210 Lairamore, Sharon 240 Lajoie, Lori 152, 240 Lambert, Michael Lampkins, Brooks 62 Lana, Randall 58, 148, 210 Lande, Fran 149. 255 Landrum, Danye Lane, Steven 61 Larkins, Tommy 240 Larry, Faye 96, 137, 165 166, 167, 240 Larson, Steve 18, 61, 210 Latcham, Chester 166, 210 Lazzarini, Jeffrey Lehnerz, Gregg 68, 255 Leone. Marian 149, 255 211 Lehrer, Kenneth 59, Lehrer, Laurie 92, 240 Leiker, David 137, 166, 167, 240 leiker, Gregory 211 Leonardelli, Michael 148 103 240 Lesan, Mark Letts, Thomas 72, 76, 240 Leung, Bosco 111, 143 Levin, Cindy 67, 97, 137 McAleer, Edward 212 McCaffrey, Mary 241 McCallin, Julie 109, 149 165, 171, 256 McCallin, Nancy 100, 101 116, 139, 147, 165, 171 212 McCamant, Kathryn 116 212 McCann, Jim McCarthy, Timothy 116 152, 212 McCartney, Andrew McCartney, Jeffrey McClain, Craig 256 McClain, Paula 67, 241 McClard, Anne 256 McClard, Peter McClendon, Sammie McCready, Richard 256 165 148 Marcotte, Cory Marcove, Debbie 240 Marcus, Johnny Markley, Perry Marler, George 110, 143, 256 1 240 Levin, Donna 96, 134, 135 147, 211 Lewis, Adriene 103, 255 Lewis, Camellia 74, 152 ' 211 Lewis, Craig 240 Lewis, Eugene Lewis, Jayne 165, 255 Lewis, Pamela 165, 255 Lewis, Patricia 109, 256 Lewis Paul 256 McDaniel 212 , Donnie 61, 108 McDonald, Judith 241 Leyqeh, Perry 56, 57, 240 Lindros, Jean 165, 256 Lindsay. H. Tony 60, 61, Lindsay, Victoria 211 Link, Gale 140, 142, 165, 166 , 167, 240 Lipps, Delilah 137, 165 240 McDonald, Laura McDonald, Ricky 152 McDonald, Ruby 109, 212 McDowell, Lise 116, 149 212 McElroy. Jacquelin 110 McGee, Sarah 62, 106 108, 116, 120, 126, 147 212 McGovern, Elaine 63, 116 Lister, Lister , Gary Shirley 240 137 , 149 , 241 McGraw, Jacquelin 241 McGraw, James McGraw, Marsha 149, 165 McGraw, Stanley McHugh, Kathleen 92, 93 100, 101, 108, 116, 126 147, 171 Marler, Raymond 213 Marshall, Brett 240 Marshall, Marilyn 143, 256 Marshall, Mark Marshall, William 109, 256 Martin, Andrea 256 Manin, Edwin 62, 256 Martin, Gail 256 Martin, Gerard 62, 69 Martin, Gerald 62, 68 257 Mills, Deborah 151, 214 Mills, Scott 116, 137, 241 Milne, Hilary 137, 149, 165, 241 Mittler, Edith 149, 241 Moffette, Eleanor 109 Mogor, Gerald 241 Mogor, Tammy 109, 214 Moline, Kerry 241 Moller, James 214 Monroe, Jeffrey 108, 241 Mont, Robert 143 Montano, Margaret Montgomery, Brett 257 Martin, Kelly Martin, Tina 152, 240 Martinez, Dave 109 , 103 Martinez, Donald 57, 68, 213 Martinez, Elsie 110 Martinez, Lino 256 Martinez, Martin 103, 104 Martinez, Michael 61, 68 Martinez, Sharon 140, 256 Montgo mery, Jill 241 Montour, David 257 Moore, Edward 125, 241 Moore, Kelly 214 Moore, Kim 149, 214 Moore, Margaret 257 Moore, Melody 110, 214 Moore, Sandra 215 Martinez, Victor 62, 68, 256 Martz, Russell 57, 241 Martz, William 69, 109, 256 Mason, Frederick 62, 68, 103, 104, 256 Massie, David 213 Mathews, Christoph 241 Matsuda, Dale 213 Moorehead. Junius Morales, Linda 257 Morgan, Elizabeth 215 Morgan, Florrence 215 Morgan, Melody 108 Morr, Stephen 69, 103, 104 , 257 Morris, Matthew Moser, Anne 215 Mosher, Laura 103, 215 Moss, Pete 77 Moulder, Sonja 110, 215 Mozee, Norma 103 Littleton, Sherri 256 Littman, Jay 77, 166, 211 Littman, Michael 256 Lobnitz, James 211 Locke, Kim Locke, Toni 165, 256 Loeffler, Michael 211 Lnftis, loftis, Carleton Richard loftitn, Keith 62, 143 logan, Anthony 143, 256 Logan, Kay 103, 165, 256 Logan, William 62, 96, 97 103. 116, 149, 211 Long, Cynthia 67, 240 Longbella. John 256 Longbella, Teri 121, 122, 211 lopez, Antonio 256 lopez, Greg 256 Lopez , Kenneth 240 Lopez, Lisa 211 Lopez, Luis 256 Lopez, Tom 109 Lorenz, Dale Lovett, Ladonna Lovins, Alan 240 Lovins, Diane 256 Lovins, Lori 240 Lowe, William 152, 212 lozano, Felix Lucas, Kirk Lucas, Michael Lucas, Michelle 110 Lucero, Tammy 96, 256 Luck, James , 212 McKeman, Taryn 109 McKernan, Todd McKizzie, Robert 110, 214 McLaughlin, James 241 McLaughlin, Roxan 213 McLaughlin, Tebbie McMillian, Charles McNally, Mari McNorton, Katherine 241 McPherson, Lisa 97. 109 241 McPherson, Nora 151 McQueen, Ronald McSwain, Shawn 149, 165 256 Macky, Ronald 68 Maclaughlin, Kathy 137 240 Macmillan, Stephen W N ' . Luckett, Drollii 212 Lucore, Paul 103, 104 116 , 212 Luebke, David 116 Luebke, Lisa 67, 137, 240 Lundstrom, James 256 Lundstrom, Susan 165, 256 Luttrell, Barry 148 Lyle, Norman 143 Macneil, Pamela Macneill, Blair 69, 89 231, 240 Madden, Marvin Maez, Daniel 240 Maez, Joseph Magee, Anne 124, 256 Magee, Katherine 256 Magee, Paul 240 Magee, Thomas 69, 116, 148, 149, 213 Magoun, Mike 110, 213 Magoun, Michael Mahn, Derilyn 103 Mahoney, Diane 152, 240 Mahoney, Donna Mahoney, Julie 213 Mahoney, Laura 213 Mahoney, Mary 240 Maj erus , 240 Susan 106, 108 Matthias, Debra 241 Matthias, Scott 213 Matzen, Jena 256 May, Nancy 149, 213 May, Richard 62, 103, 149, 256 Mays, Robert Mazingo, Nadine 103 Mazur, Monique 66, 74, 256 Meade, Lisa 256 Medina, Laura 257 Melnick, Barbara 108, 116, 241 Menogan, Kelle 57, 140, 141, 241 Meredith, Lea 213 Merrell, Kelly 165, 241 Merriam, Lisa 146, 165, 257 Merriam. Lori 139, 146. 148, 214 Mesch, William 241 Meyer. James 103, 104 Meyer, Valinda 116, 152, 214 Michael. Nicholas 57, 257 Mazingo, Nadine 116. 137, 241 Mueller, Todd 76, 139, 257 Muniz, Cheri Munn, Jeffrey 215 Munn, Robert 61, 215 Murphy, Anthony 257 Murphy, Jo 215 Murphy, Michelle 241 Myers, Julie 109, 257 Nakagawa, Randall 137, 241 Nakata, Roger 257 Nakayama, Marsha 257 Nance, Daron 108, 126, 215 Nash, Stephen 241 Nave, Phillip Nearing, Cltristoph 257 Nearing, Philip 215 Nelson, Angela 103, 257 Major, Joseph Makris, James Maly, Mark 240 Mankoff, Michael 61, 240 Manning, Dyron Manning, Fay 143, 256 Manning, Kay 256 Mansfield, Susan 110, 256 Manzanares, Tim 103 Michener, Lois Mighell, Steven Mijer, Patricia 147, 166, 167, 171, 214 Miller, Cynthia 257 Miller, Leslie 146, 241 Miller, Mark 214 Miller, Scott 166, 214 Miller, Tamara 165, 171, Nelson, Brian 215 Nelson, David 257 Nelson, Julie 257 Nelson, Karen 257 Nelson, Kenneth 257 Nelson, Paula 96, 147, 216 Netzel, Joanne 216 Neumann, Paul 139, 257 Neunsinger, Isabel 257 Pleasant, David 243 Pleasant, Johnnie Plunkett, Nancy 151, 171, 218 Poindexter, Dawn 218 Poland, Robert 108 Polevoy, Sharon 149, 243 ' Pollack, Douglas 103, 218 f Pollini, Thomas 128 P 4 Potuni, Tina 152 - X Polvogt, Catherine 66. lb? - 165, 258 f' S Polvogt, Eric , Polvogt, Mark L A Ponzio. Stephen 258 1,' gf Pope, Shirley 143 Q, 5 Porch, Cecilisla - - f Porc , onna f ff Porter, Tammera 258 Nevens , Catherine 139, 257 Newbins, Lindette 257 Newman, Charie 124, 160 216 Newton, Jennifer 146, 241 Neyens, David 241 Neyens, Terry 68, 257 Niblett, Valerie 152, 216 Norton , Kerry Sauls, Ronald 244 Romero Nicholas, Marcie 109, 241 Nichols, Mark 62, 109. 139, 257 Nichols. Maryann 142, 257 Nielsen, Eric 103, 257 Nielsen, Ginger Nielsen, Leslie 241 Nimon, Mitchel 242 Nitz, Pamela Nitz, Peggy 116, 151 Nix, Kim 152 Nix, Leontine 108 Nixon, Leora 143, 216 Nkomo, Shirley Noble, Pauline 103, 143, 257 Norlander, Kurt 57 Norling, Cindy 242 Norman, Sheila 242 North, Rebecca 147, 151, 216 Norton, Patrick Nutter, Rhonda 257 Oday, Mark 166 Oday, Michael 257 Oday, William 216 Odell , Celia 151, 216 Odell. Evelyn 103, 110, 257 Oetlli, John 69, 106, 108, 216 Ohara. Oliphant. Drew 166 A157 Oliphant, John 77, 148. 166, 242 Olsen, Judith 116, 147, 216 Olsen, Lawrence 242 Orr, Elizabeth 257 Ortega, Cleo 151, 216 Ortega, Daniel 68, 242 Ortiz, Arthur Oshaughnessy, Tracy 257 Oshaughnessy, Wendy 242 Otey. Dean 257 Otey. Sheryl 257 Otey. Vicke 257 Ott, Nancy 166, 167, 257 Otten, Margaret 149, 257 Ottenbreit, Dean 257 Overton, Ronnie 257 Owens, Cathy 258 Ortiz, 152, 2 Owens, Edward 217 Sandee 92, 146, 16 Owens, Kathy 217 Owens. Pamela 137. 242 Pablo, John 258 Pacheco, Anthony 258 Pack, Lynn 217 Pablo, Elizabeth Pack, Robin 258 Padilla, Amado 242 Padzensky, Lori 258 Paige, Donna 242 Palmer, Patricia Parker, Sheila 110, 165. 258 Parker, Thomas 242 Parkison, Jacquelyn 109, 258 Parsell, Reed 110. 149, 242 Patrick, Steven 217 Patterson, James 124, 242 Patton, Daphne 217 Paul, Tamera 242 Paulson, Janelle 242 Payne, Jesse Payton, David Payton. Joseph Payton, William 62, 258 Pearson, Cornelius 217 Pearson, Portia 217 Pedersen, John 61, 258 Pegues, Cheryl 92, 93. 110, 160, 166, 167, 171, 217 Pegues, Samuel 258 Peoples, Loria 258 Penko, Kelsey 108, 242 Pepper, Sharon 89, 90, 96, 97, 121, 122, 147, 217 Perkins, Cerretta 217 Perkins, Diana 165, 242 Perkins, Gay Perkins, George 61 Perkins, Susan 74, 165, 258 Perlman, Scott 110, 258 Perlmutter, Darron 103 , 258 Perron, Cynthia 149, 258 Perry, Linna 165, 166, 167. 217 Perry, Teria 258 Peters, Toni 61, 217 Peterson, Alan 218 Peterson, Douglas 103, 166, 258 Peterson, Thomas 69, 106, 108, 121, 122, 218 Petterson, David 69, 106, 116, 218 Petteway, Victor Pfau, Anthony 128 Pfau, Lisa 258 Pham, John 242 Phan, Phung 242 Phelps, Regina 165, 258 Phillips, Diane 147, 218 Pierce. John Pierre, Michele 218 Pierre, Rollin Pierre, Sandra 218 Pinger, Edward 62, 258 Pinks, 165 Pistole, R. 143 Pittman, Lenora 110 Plank, Kathleen 218 Plank, Paula 67, 74, 243 Posey, Obias 76 Poston, David Poston, Kathy 143, 218 Powell, Emmett 258 Powell, Larry Powell, Thomas 61, 106. 108. 243 Poynter, Donald 243 Preisner, Gregory 62, 109. 258 Prentis , Brett 258 Preslar. James 152, 243 Principio, Christoph Prough, Rebecca 243 Prusse, Brian 258 Puckett, Brian 243 Pugh. James 243 Pullman, Tony 218 Pumphrey, Gregory 258 Quinty, Wayne Rabson, Ralph 218 Racek, Carol 219 219 Ricklin, Audrey 110, 243 Rifkin, Aileen 89, 116, 137, 139, 171.231, 243 Rike, Mary 92, 93, 100. 147, 171, 219 Rise, Mark 244 Ritter, Robert Rivera, Stephen Roark, Chad 219 Robb, Barbara 151, 220 Robbins, David 220 Robbins, Vickie 258 Roberson, Lawanna 258 Roberts, Cynthia Roberts, Darryl Roberts, Ivan 103, 143 Roberts. Theresa 220 Robinson Jr, Coy 103, 143, 258 Robinson, Darwin Robinson, Patricia 244 Robinson, Rebecca 89, 165. 249, 258 Robinson, Vincent 258 Rockwell, Teresa 109, 125, 139, 258 Rodger, Bradley 220 Rodgers, Bradley 244 Roe, Curtis 109, 124, 259 Royer, David Rozinski, Joan 244 Rozinski, Mary 116, 149, 221 Rubald, Catherine 244 Rubald, Mark 259 Rubanowitz, Eric 103, 244 Rubenstein, Reid 244 Rubin, Eric 259 Ruh, Mary 221 Ruh, Michael 259 Rumley, Mike 221 Rumsey, Pamela 221 Russell, Howard 244 Russell, Othea 259 Russell, Paula 63, 89, 90, 91, 97, 146, 244 Russell, Rebecca 137, 149, 165, 244 Russell, Richie 165 Salaz, Angela 244 Saltzman, Jeffrey 244 Samuel, Evelyn 165, 244 Sanchez, Daniel 259 Sanchez, Marie 221 ff 'N 'lk Ji Ragland, Mark Ramirez. Maria 243 Randall, Sara 258 Raney, Ross 141, 142, 143 258 Rankin, Anthony Rice, Colleen Ransom, Sheryl 219 Rapp, Wendy Rausch, Lynne 140, 142 243 Rausch, Ralph 219 Recher, Jeffrey 258 Reed, John 243 Reed, Julie 110, 146, 165 258 Reed, Sally 108, 116, 147 165, 171, 219 YP! fix N ii EJ? , Fi y 6-4 Roe, Randy 103 Sandberg. Jennifer 139 , Roelker, Gregory 220 148, 259 Rogers' Ann 165' 244 Sandoval, Theodore 244 Rogers' Gerald 259 Sannicolas, Joseph Roggow' MMY 220 Sapp, Donald 259 Rolens, Natalie 108, 244 . Gary 57, 68. 220 Reeves , Brian 116 , 139 137 146 , 160 , 243 Regan, Robert 219 Reich, Brenda 258 Reich, Karen 219 Reiff, Gary 89, 90, 116 139 1'7'7, 219 Reiff, Jerry 58, 139, 258 Reilly, Patricia 110, 165 258 Revis, Amy 103, 116, 149 219 Rex, Scott 258 Reynolds, Philip 219 Rice, Steven 243 Richard, Pamela 258 Richardson, Edwin 219 Richardson, Elizabeth 137, 146, 243 Romero, Keith 244 Romero, Phil 152 Romero, Kenneth 141, 143, 259 Romero, Virgilio Romolo, John 166, 244 Rose, Darryl 143 Rose, Eileen 244 Rose, Lawrence 57, 116, 220 Rose, Marlene Ross, Dan 62, 143, 259 Ross, Douglas 69, 89, 108, 139, 249, 259 Ross, Douglas 220 Rountree, Charles 116, 220 Rowe , Jeannie 110, 259 Rowland, Jerome Richey , Danielle 243 Richie, George 62, 96, 97, 258 Ricketts, Kerry 66, 243 Ricketts, Terry 116, 147, Rowles, Cheryl 244 Rowlett, Alfred 61 Rowlett, Michele 110, 143, 259 Roybal, Leonard Saviers, James 221 Scales, Carl 259 Schaefer, Debra 137, 149, 245 Schaefer, Stella 259 Schiff, Frank 116, 221 Schiff, Robert 259 Schimer, Michael Schlater, Erin 245 Schlichenmaye, Sheil 108, 166, 167, 221 Schlicmenmaye, Shelly 245 Schmidt, Diana 221 Schmidt, Judy 143 Schmidt, Karen 245 Schmidt, Lisa 221 Schmidt, Stephen Schneider, Laurie 62, 137 Schneider, Susan 63, 259 Schoneman, Linda Schtul, Darin 222 Schuh, Linda Schwartz, John Schwartz, Kristen 103, 259 Schwartz, Lisa 108. 110 116, 147, 149, 222 Scibella, Gina 152 Scott. Cynthia Scott. Jorraine 222 Scott, Linda 222 Scott, Rodney Scott, Valanette 259 Sebree, Sonya 259 Vanschaack, Henry 247 Seifried, Donald 259 Selub, Michael 125, 222 Serotta. Robert 57, 222 Sevier, Marcus 69, 245 Sewell, Mary 165 Sewell, Tammera Shada, Paul 103, 104, 245 Shaddock, Jennifer 106 108, 116, 135, 147, 222 Shaddock, Gay 109, 259 Shafer, Beth 109, 259 Shafer, Sandra 259 Shannon, Gene 222 Shannon, Kelly 259 Sharrow, Stephanie 259 Shaw, Richard 148, 245 Shelton, Richard 222 Shenkin, Bonnie 103, 259 Sherer, Peggy 222 Sherrick, Scott 222 Smith, Julia Smith Katherine 224 Smith Kendall Smith Kendell 166, 245 Smith Lisa 89, 147, 182, 224 Smith Lisa 66, 259 Smith. Rickey Smith, Robert 224 Smith, Scott 104, 166 Smith, Shawn Smith, Steven 259 Smith, Suzanne 63, 259 Smith, Wendell 259 Smyth, James 259 Sussman. Paula 147, 148, 149, 225 Surprenant, Christian 142, 143. 260 Surratt, Andre 110, 260 Surratt, Lonnie Survine, Rose 246 Svalberg, Cindy 152 Sveska, Susan 67, 137 Thomason . Pamela 165 226 Thome, Peter Thompson. Adele 246 Thordsen, David 143, 260 Thornton, Eric Threlkeld, Bradley 260 Threlkeld, Sherrill 152 226 Shibata, Bradley Shibata. Meri Shields, Dwan 134, 222 Shields Kenneth 142 Shifflety. Rennae 222 Shoemaker, Joseph 104, 245 Shook, Connie 142 Shoppell, Jane 137, 166, 167, 245 Shore, Martin 69. 137, 166, 167, 245 Short. Billie 223 Shrednik, Debora 63. 120. 149, 179, 223 103 140 116 116 259 Walsh. Kim 152, 247 Shryock, Jill 109, 165, Sidney, Karen 223 Sidney, Sharon 109. 223 Siegel, Lori 259 Sigarst, Reginald Sigarst, Sheila Sigman, Beth 165 Sigman. Cynthia 89, 90 116. 121. 123. 139. 147 223 Sigman, Dana 223 Sigman, Ellen 139. 149 259 Simmons, David 58. 223 Simmons, Edward 61, 68 245 Simmons, Michael Simmons, Sally Simmons, Trina 245 Simon, Mickael 223 Simpson, Gary Simpson, Jeffrey 223 Simpson, Lisa 109, 245 Simpson, Valarie 142, 245 Sims, Karl Sims, Myron 143, 146 Singer, Robin 171, 223 Singleton, Carmen Sivey, Ronnie 223 Skinner, Augustus 62, 259 Skolnick, Debbie 223 Skolnick, Jeff Sladek, Ron 103, 104, 137 Smetana, Walter 103, 259 Smiley. Iolm 61, 259 Weber . Smith, Alton 259 Smith, Anthony Smith, Betina 103, 259 Smith, Deborah 259 Smith, Alyce 245 Smith, Doug 61 Smith, Edward Smith. Gerald 245 Smith, Henry Smith, Jeffrey 57, 68, 245 Smith, Jeffrey 166, 245 Smith. Ierrianne 245 Smith. Jim 223 Smith, Jolm 146, 224 Solomon, Karen 165 Sommer, Carol 260 Sornberger, Scott 260 Sorensen, Cynthia 152, 245 Southall, Anita 260 Sowell, Jacquelin 67, 74, 108, 165, 246 Sowell, Preal 125, 165, 246 Sowell. Rolland 224 Spangler, Anne 103, 149, 260 Specht, Kathryn 224 Speck, William 62, 260 Spector. Michael 246 Spencer, Aundra 61 Spengler, Grace 103, 246 Sperlak, Carol 124, 246 Spicer, Mark 59, 116, 137, 246 165. Spickard, Michelle 146, 165, 260 Spomer. Eric 68, 110, 139 Stallings, Karen Staneart, Suzanne 110, 246 Starr, David 103, 246 Steadham, Sharon 151, 224 Steamer, Allyson 151, 224 Stearns, Carla 67, 74, 137, 246 Stears, Anne 113, 224 Stears, Jane 165, 260 Stebbins, Kristin 116. 137, 246 Steele, Keith Stehle, Mary 151, 224 Steiner, Robert 260 Steiner, Susan 89, 90, 91, 96, 97, 116, 147, 224 Stephen. Johnnie 68, 224 Stephens, Elizabeth 260 Stephens, Thaddeus 246 Stevenson, Dianne 246 Stewart, Bradley 62, 260 Stewart. David 139, 160, 246 Stewart, Gregory 260 Stewart. James 104 Stillman, Scott 246 Stillwell, Phillip 260 Stimac, Kathryn 137, 165, 246 Stinnett, Cecil 59, 246 Stinnet. Janeiro 68, 143 Stinnett, Oberoro 143 StJohn, Pamela 67, 74, 109. 260 Stoddard, Bruce 246 Stokes, Laurie 165, 246 Stopa, Elizabeth 260 Storey, Lisa 137. 246 Strang, Kenneth 246 Strawn, Scott Strawn, Randall 152 Streeter, Billy Stringer, Curtis 224 Stromberg, Kevin 103, 260 Stromberg, Scott 166 Strong, Brad 246 Struthers, James 57, 224 Stuart, Lisa 108, 152, 246 Sublett.,Ba.rry. 61,, 72, 76, 103, 104, 246 Sublett, Roger 57, 104, 246 Sudduth, Gaudie 246 Sullivent, Shari 110, 165, 260 Sunshine, Leba 165, 260 146, 165, 166, 167, 246 Swain, Ellen 246 Swanson. Janet 116, 137, 146, 246 Swedberg, Gail 149, 165, 260 Swedberg, Susan 116, 137, 246 Swope, Keith 108. 109, 225 Sykes, Lawrence 141, 143 Szeluga. Anthony 142 Tally, Sandra Tarrant, Pamela 165, 225 Tarleton, Norman 68, 103, 260 Taylor, Lonnie Taylor, Masharon 152 Taylor, James 166, 225 Tazelaar, Jan 116, 225 Templeton, Robert 148, 225 Tenenbaum, Howard 260 Tenenbaum, Jay 225 Terry. laniece 225 Terry, Sheila 260 Teter, Suzie 225 Thalley, Bruce 97, 225 Thaxton, Ricky 103 Thiel, Corey 143 Thomas, Charles 110, 225 Thomas, Cynthia 67, 74, 246 Thomas, Desiree 67, 74, 246 Thomas. Jackie 225 Thomas, Jill 89, 116, 121, 122. 147, 171, 183, 225 Thomas, Julie 147, 148, 225 Thomas, Richard 68, 148, 226 Thomas. Timothy 260 Thurman, Annetta Thurstin, Carol 226 Thurstin, Cheryl 226 Tidwell, Britt Tidwell, Calvin Tidwell, Deirdra 260 Tiffan. Susan 260 Tinsley, Randal 246 Tobin. Michael 226 Tobin, Patricia 149, 260 Todd, Catherine 135, 136 226 165 . Todd. Janet 67, 146. 165. 246 Tolbert, Regina 147, 166 167, 226 Tolsma, Dawndra 67, 74, 103, 260 Towan, Karla 226 Tomaan, Sharma Toombs, Lisa 260 Torpey, David 58, 68, 247 Townsie, Larry 226 Townsie, Steven 76, 260 Trautman. James 59, 116 Upthegrove, Keith Vachon, Minnie 77 Vaden, Sandra 109, 226 Valastak, Alan Valastak, Tracy 161 Valencia, Kenneth Valerio, Angela 103, 161 Vanpelt, Peter 124, 129, 161 Vasquez, Irma 111, 146 Vaughn, Jerry Vaughn, Sherri 226 Vaugltns, Anner 149, 152. 247 Veasey. Janet 67, 146, 165 Veatch, Ann 66, 110. 161 Veatch, Martin 226 Velasquez, Harold 68, 226 Velasquez, Wendy 161, 165 Victorian, Kenneth 152 Villarreal, Steven 161 Vineyard, Jill 161, 165 Vlier, Julie 146, 226 Vogt, Timothy 68, 161 Vonderheid, Stephen 227 Vonphul, Karen 261 Vonspiegel, Rebecca 146, 261 Vonspiegel, Robert 68. 227 Wagner. Angela 166. 167. 261 Wagner, David 261 Waidmann, Jan 66 Waidmann, Tracy Walker, Andrew 139, 149. 247 Trautman, Melinda 66 165, 260 Traylor, Beverly Traylor, Ken 76 Traylor, Major Trujillo, Lee Trujillo, Mary Trujillo, Steven 166, 260 Trujillo, Tammeron 247 Trujillo. Teresa 166, 167 247 Tsiouvaras, William 57 247 Tucker, James 152 Tucker, Pamlyn 247 Tune, Diane Turnbough, Mark 260 247 Walker. Eugene 61, 68 Walker. Gwendolyn 108. 247 Walker, Julie 109 Walker, Michael Walker, Terence 227 Walker, Victoria 1 ,VK Wallace, Suzanne 146, 261 Waller, Tamaura 110. 165. 261 Walsh, Patrick 261 Walton, Donald 261 Ward, Koni-Jo 152, 227 Warner, Elizabeth 165, 261 Warren. Susan 227 Warth, Amy 261 Washington, Connie 261 Washington, Gerald 261 Washington, Michelle 63. 74, 227 Washington, Paul Washington, Wilton Wates, Michael 227 Watson, Carol 227 Watson, Cynthia 149. 152, 247 Watton, Stuart Watts. Kevin Way, Laurie 247 wayman, Bonnie 148, 166, 167, 171, 227 Wayman, David 216 Webb , Webb , Webb. Webb . Webb , Dominique 109. 261 Keith 106. 108, 227 Kelli 247 Margaret 227 Mary 110, 261 webb. Micky 124 Webb. Stephanie 261 Barbara 95 , 100 , '11 ,.- 1 QP 4 -sr? 101, 147, 148. 171, 227 Weber, James 227 Webster, Ronald 227 Wedgeworth. Darlene 227 Wedgeworth, Sharlene 228 Wedgeworth, Viki 166, 167, 247 Wedum. Ann 116. 228 Weeks, Hallam 103. 261 Weese, Lisa 62. 108. 137, 247 Weese, Londa 106. 108. 116, 147, 228 Wehrle, Jeffrey 142, 261 Wehrle, Richard 247 Weiner, Scott 228 Weinstock. Sharon 228 Welch. Nancy 165. 261 Wenner, Linda 137. 146, 247 Wescott, Andrea 152 West, Ivan 62 West . Sherolyn 261 Westcott, Gregory Westcott. Jeffrey 261 Wesrerberg. Ronald 247 Wesrem. Linda 103, 261 Weston, Darla 228 Weston, Donna Westover, Joann 228 Westrup, Karen 143, 261 Wetteland, Elizabeth 152, Whalen. Scott 261 Wheeler, Monique 66, 261 Whitaker, Allen Whitaker, Cindy 228 Whitaker, Steven 62, 261 White. Burdette 103. 104, 261 White, Gwendolyn 110 White, Julie 147, 228 Whitley, Gale 165 Wickham, Denise 228 Wiegert, Laurel 228 Wiggins, Vincent 61, 247 Wilbur, Glenn 103 Wilkerson, Micheal 62 . 103, 261 Wilkinson, Joan 151 Willert, Pamela 261 Willert, Tim 142, 247 Williams, Ramon Williams. Sallie 43, 261 Williams. Theodore Williams, Tracy 149, 261 Wilson. Anthony Wilson, Brian 68 Wilson, Hilary 109, 261 Wilson, John 116 Wilson, Lisa 229 Wing. Patricia 109. 165, 261 Winkel, David Winkel. Mark 261 Wiscott, Andrea 229 Witherspoon, Terry 165 Witkin. Mitchell 70, 261 Witkin, Susan 66, 103. 147, 229 wolf, Amy 165. 261 Wolf, Valerie 139, 261 wood. Clifford Wood, Jennifer 116, 147 154, 166. 167. 229 Wood Linda 110 143. 261 Wood: Robert 247 Woodard. Karen Woodard, Michael Woods. Didere 165, 247 Woods. Gary 103. 229 Wright, Andrea 94. 95, 96. 97. 247 Wright. Anthony 61, 149. 229 Wright. Teresa 261 Wright. Wayne 68, 247 Wulfekuhler, Michael 229 Wyatt. James Zelinger, Alyse 67, 247 Zelinger, Steven 108. 116, 121. 123. 139, 146, 178, 229 Zelkin. Scott Zell, Bradley 57 Zeller, Tracy 247 Zeppelin. Jodi 89, 96. 97, 137. 231, 247 Zewig. Aaron 57, 139 Ziegler, Amy 147, 229 Ziolkowski. Andrea 116 Zomo. Abby 261 Zwern. Cary 152 QVXFF Arai, Fumi 27 Ashford , Elwyn 52 Bailey, Jack 49 Balliew. Lucille 29 Bamey. Dan 57 Belcher. LaRue 20, 21. 57. 60 Becker. Georgia 39. 149 Williams. Arletha 152, 228 Herz' Cher,y130 williams, Arthur 143 Yakse, Tracy 247 Biegel, Robert 52 Williams, Brejeanna 228 Yates, Janice 108. 147, 229 Bowlers' Marilyn 43 Wii1i3mS, Cheryl YES, Ol'18I'ICJ 143. 261 Br-emo, Donna 50 Williams, Darryl 247 Yetter, Janice 151, 229 Bridge' Ner149 Williams, Duronda 109 York, Melissa 116, 147, Brown' Shirley 46 Wi11l8mS, Gl'CgOl'y 148, 229 Br-um-rel-I pau-icia 52 Williams, James Young. Cynthia 92. 99 Burbank, Frances 50 Williams. James 103 100, 116, 147, 171. 200 Burmersrer, Dan 35 Wlulflmsf Jeni' 247 229 U Calloway. Theodore 22 Williams, John 61, 141, Young. Cynthia 108, 109 Cameron' CarO1e34 PQ' 247 229 , Carter. Blanche Wtlltams, Larry Young, David Casagrarrday Herman 49 Williams, Larry Young, Denneth Carrgrrlarrr Arrrra Lea 29 Williams, Leaan 149, 166, Young, Douglas 57, 68. 89, Clinesmm-,I Qrveua 30 - 167, 228 113, 249, 261 Cohen, Evelyn 25 Williams, Lemuel 247 Young, Gregory 128, 261 Crrrrrrrg' George Williams, Leonard 109 Young, Karen 149, 165, Corrwrrer, Rrrrh 25 Williams, Lori 247 261 Dawson, Rex 48 Williams. Mark 247 Young, Leon Day, Don 23 Williams, Patrice 147. 228 Young, Luann Duval' John 26 S Ihr yllhl ' ' WJ , J 4 Y - N 1 ' JE ' N. J A if X ff 72 lXXkxl xr , r ' 3 7 M J 'X X X f ,vr 7' Diedrich, George 37 DiTolla. John 47 Dorsett, Merle 25 Dutton, Robert 44 Ethridge. Lorene 22 Epstein. Paul 58 Facher. Jean 25 Perrin, Ann 27 Fencl, Deborah Fichter, Rosemary 26 Fine . Douglas 33 Fischer, Jean Forester, Irma 29 Freerksen, William 37 Gale , Dorsey 46 Garretson, Don 29 Garrett. Helen 36 Gan. Nancy 33 Gater, Catherine 23 Gathers, Mary 50 Gault, Olive 27 Geiss, Andrew 47 Gentry. Nancy Gilmore, Eldon 44, 97 Golder, Richard 46 Goodman. Ronald 48 Goodwin. Carl 51, 68 Gnadt, Wayne 43 Greenwood, Charles Grove, Laura 38 Gruenler, Henriette 49 Harris. Fannie 23 Helander, Paul 25 Hollsten, Phyllis 29 Hughes. Kenneth 40 Hughes, Mary Ann Huff. Ronald 51 Hunter, Russon 36 Hyman, Leah 45. 166 Inglis, Richard 45 Isenberg, Martha 32 Jackson, Bryce 39 Jacobus, Louise 52 Jennings, Theola 43 Johnson, Christine 38 Johnson, Elizabeth 28 Johnson, Patricia 47 , 67 Jones, Betty 29 Jones, Judy 63 Iozwick. William 49 Justice , Kenneth 31 , 97 Kasdorf. Virginia 31 , 139 Keables. Jack 24 Kingsley, William 44 Knight, Delores 32 Krob, Les 40 Landau. Felix Lawless. Donald 35 Learned, Gordon 35, 59 Lort. Arthur 51 Lucek, Loretta 43 McAna1ly, Jeanne 28 McGregor, John 49 McLaughlin, John 41 McNamara, Barbara 29 Maffeo. June 26 Markano, Rosann 28 Mason. Harold 33, 97 Mattix. R. C. Mayfield. Grace 44 Meyer. Joseph 51 Miles, John 36, 68, 91 Miller. William 25 Moomaw. Louise 29 Moser, Donald 22 Motz. Herman 39, 61 Myers. William 30 Nelson, Kenneth 45 New, Rosetta 50 Nicholson, John 41 O'Brien, Walter 24 Oliver, Kevin Peay, Dorothy Pennington, Marian 24 Peitsmeyer. Charles 48 Pierson, Eugene 39. 149 Pollard, Evelyn 27 Popello, Dorotlty 31 Price . Leonard Ramsey, Richard 36 Randall, Robert 40 Rich, Albert 45 Rittenhouse, Zelma Rock, Clifford Rollins. Kay 29 Ropeson, Frank 77 Schanker, Harry 32 Schlosser, Maureen 29 Schneider. Libby 38 Schenck, Josie 29 Schomay. Sidney 51 Schannon, Robert 41 Smith, Gerald 47, 70 Speyer. Carole 31 St. John. Charlene 28 Stone , Jerry 24 Stretz . Steven 47 Taton, Jeanette 32 Tierney. James E. 52 Tierney. James F. 43 Uchill, Ida 33, 110 Villano. George 34. 171 Waln, Kermit 45 Walters, Cynthia 46, 66 Watson, James 51 Westman, Lou 57 Wetmore, Jane 38 Wheatley, Shirley 28 White. Jan 67 Willacy. Mary Jean 43 Williams. Carrie 35 Williams. 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