Thomas Jefferson High School - Aristocrat Yearbook (Denver, CO)
- Class of 1985
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THOMAS IEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL
3950 SOUTH HOLLY STREET
DENVER, COLORADO 80237
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IN HE BE INNIN
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ln the beginning 119601 there was a
large pasture south of East Hampden, a
two-way street, and east of South Holly,
graded and graveled but not blacktop-
ped. And among these virgin pastures
did the Denver Public Schools erect an
edifice called Thomas jefferson lunior-
Senior High School.
And, lo, the feeling was good among
many teachers who knew they'd be
moving from a junior high school to a
HIGH SCHOOL! But, as it came to pass,
there were those, especially the senior
class who would have graduated at
South High School, who were sore of-
fended. They came to the Promised
Land with trepidation because they lov-
ed their homeland. But came they did
and traditions were made that are still
being followed these past 24 years.
When the pilgrims arrived, to the east
were grazing cows and horses. No
houses could be seen to the eastern
horizon. Hampden Freeway was still in
some highway engineer's imaginings,
the parking lots were not paved, no
landscaping was evident and yet the
pilgrims Q9 through 121 wended their
way to 3950 South Holly.
Inside they found a brick wall sur-
rounding a dirt pit where the auditorium
was to be, the gym had been finished as
had the lunchroom, classrooms were
without student desks, chalk or bulletin
boards. Students and teachers had to
sidestep science equipment, business
equipment, books and other parapher-
nalia stacked in the halls-and the
worst-teachers and students had to
put up with the banging of jackham-
mers, the hammering of nails, workmen
coming into rooms at all times and what
could generally be called 'lan opening
but not on a grand scale." lt was easy to
get lost-no rooms had numbers on
So traditions were born, clubs were
named, publications became a reality,
drama 'productions were presented and
the mighty Spartan name became
synonymous with victory in the Denver
Down through the years Tl has
blossomed into a school proud of its
traditions, proud of its heritage and no
longer ashamed of being that "great
school on the hill."
Thomas jefferson High School since its inception in 1960 has serviced over
45,000 students who now can be found around the globe. lt's not unusual to
walk into a restaurant in Mexico City, a store in New York City, watch a film,
visit the governor's office, see a World Olympics, visit Hollywood, enroll in
many colleges, shop in a store, ask for legal advice and have health checked
among many other varied tasks confronted today, and not find a Spartan.
"Where are you from?"
l'Denver, Colorado." ,
'Oh, I went to Thomas jefferson High School. You wouldn't by chance
With this issue of the Aristocrat, twenty-five years of memories are with
over 45,000 Americans.
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Twenty-five Years of Memories . . . . . . 1
Silver Anniversary Class of 1985 ......... .... 3 O
Administration, Faculty, Support Personnel .... .... 6 O
Activities ....... .... 7 4
Sports .......................... .... 9 8
Iunior Reserve Officer Training Corps. .... ..... 1 66
Class of 1986 .... . . ,.... ..,.. 1 70
Class of 1987 .... ..... 1 86
Class of 1988 .......... ..... 2 02
Clubs and Organizations .... ..... 2 16
Student Government ................ ..... 2 44
Year 2010, The Next Twenty-five Years .... .... 2 56
Advertising and Index .... ..... 2 62
Credits .... --.. 2 72
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.February l I
First Edition of the Jefferson Journal
Installation of School Officers
7th, Btlx, 9th, Grade Girls Fashion Show
Pep Club Tea
Unitecl Nations Day
Evening Concert 'Music Department
Halloween Party -Grades 7, 8, 9
Key Club Dance
Veterans' Day Assemblies
Pep Club Dance
9th Grade Talent Assembly
Draina Club Play
All-City Stuclent Council Dance
Newspaper Staff Program
All School Show
St, Patrick's Dance
All-City Council Capers
Coloraclovwyoming Speech Conference
Pep Club Fashion Show
Spring Music Program
Spring Music Festival Program
Installation of School Officers
Color Day Assembly
Color Day Coronation Program
Color Day Dance
Memorial Day Assemblies
Annual Autograph Luau
Senior Class Awards Assembly
Senior Class Luncheon
Senior Class Play
Where have all the clubs gone? ln 1961-62, these clubs and organizations were active: Student
Council, Inter-Club Council Qwhere all club presidents metl, Honor Society, Atherfiesp Key Club, ln-
ternational Relations Club, Great Decisions Club, Foolscap Fillers, writing club, Quill and Scroll,
honorary journalism society, jefferson lournal, Sock and Buskin ldrama clublg National Forensic
League, Teen-age Book Club, Young Republicans, Chess Club, Coin and Stamp Club, Future
Teachers of America, Pre-Med Club, junior and Senior High Red Cross Clubs, Spartan Spirits tpep
clublp Lettermen's Club, Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Qaffiliated with the YMCAJg T. I. Tunas fbeginning swim
clubjg Madrigal Choir, the Diplomats, IROTC.
Pictured, below, top: Thomas lefferson's first showband, "The Diplomats", golf team coached
by Gordon Learned took third in state. Left top: Gene Wurtz and Don Day, football coaches,
Leah Hyman, science, teaches the finer things about frogs, Robert Dutton, science, explains a
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And Finally as Seniors .
A Class of Firsts
We were the first class to complete all three high school
years at TJ .... we were the first Senior Class to build a
Homecoming float-and win first place in competition . . .
We were the 'class to gain the privilege of a Senior Hall . . .
And thus, our traditions and spirit we leave with fond
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The winning Homecoming float . . . and queen
Long hours of rehearsal equal the finished product-"George Washington Slept Here," Senior Class play. A
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An unwanted emotion,
Often lost in a flurry
of more pleasant
Masked by more acceptable
But still present,
A tragedy occurs-
A range of feeling follows
Melting into dreamlike
acceptance . .
Yet out of mourning emerges
Rededication . .
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
35th President ot
the United States
November 22, 1963 . . .
. . Indelibly etcltecl in our
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Assistant-coach Ken Hughes
Sophomore coach Don Day
Disrupts Spring Sports
During a controversy concerning player eligibility, Coach
Myron Willett resigned from his position as head baseball coach
at T.J. He had been informed by the principal and superin-
tendent that he was obliged to allow a boy admittedly guilty
of drinking to try out for varsity baseball. A coach for over
thirty years, Coach Willett refused to compromise. His resigna-
tion triggered heated reactionlfrom students, parents, and
teachers. No other Denver coach would accept Willett's iob.
Petitions were circulated and the Denver Classroom Teachers'
Association began negotiating in Willett's behalf. When teachers
threatened to cease sponsoring all after-school activities-speech
events, all-school shows, publications, and sports competition-
the athlete involved withdrew his demand. The baseball team
finally resumed practice with Coach Willett advising and teach-
ing the boys. The entire dispute received more public atten-
tion than any comparable event in Denver Public Schools' his-
A Beginning, An End . .
Six Yecirs Of Trcidition
"The best class ever at T.J." is a recurring term applied annually to the Senior
Class. TheClass of '66 has attracted this phrase too, but, while known for achieve-
ment and accomplishment, it was renowned as the first class to complete all six
grades at Thomas Jefferson. This year's Seniors have actively participated in the de-
velopment of school traditions. From drafting a constitution to accepting the leader-
ship of T.J,, the reputation and image that Thomas Jefferson has attained can be
greatly attributed to the ability and enthusiasm of the Senior Class of T966
Dues Chairman . . . . . . Sally Hogarth Voting Chairman . . . .... Russ Winters
Float Chairman . . ..... Jim Stone Prom Chairman . . . . . . Cathy Rudolph
Play Chairman ...... . . . Dennis Graham Gift Chairman . . . . . Steve Hammill
Goodwill Chairman .... .... J ohn Stryker Communications . . . . . Beth Gilbert
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President Vice President Secretary
Cindy Ba ughman
Bruce Steinke Bev Heller
Boy Representative Girl Representative
"We're Number One!
"We did it'!l!!!!l!"
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Jumping, but to no avail, Steve Krieger attempts a rebound against
Pucblo's 7'2" Smith.
Thomas Jefferson, pre-tourney favorites to keep the
state title in Denver for the fourth straight year, made a
successful debut by shooting down Ranum 86-56. Steve
Mountjoy led the scoring with 27 points while showing
a tremendous rebounding talent by pulling down I2 big
ones off the boards. On the next evening, TJ was paired
against a strong Greeley Central team which had com-
piled a l7-l win-loss record, their only defeat at the hands
of our Spartans in an earlier practice game. Once again,
TJ routed the Wildcats 8l-7l as Dudley Mitchell and Roy
Wilson combined for a total of 57 points. With one game
left for the Seniors, the Spartans rose to the occasion wins
ning a nip and tuck battle from the tall Pueblo Centennial
Bulldogs 71-68. For the first time in our school's history,
we could be proud to say that "WE'RE NUMBER ONE."
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nival conirnenced on January 23.
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fields beliind llie sciliool. All ol llie
classes were required lo build
sculplures ol animals from boelzs.
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awarded Color Day poinls lor flieir
massive enlry ol "Tick-Triclr Croc,"
llie replile enemy of Caplain l-look
in Pefer Pan. Tlie Class ol '70 con-
slrucied ilie wlwale, Moby Dick.
Juniors carved Babe llie Blue Cx,
Trorn llwe Paul Bunyan yarns. Slu-
dcnls were nel only rewarded wiln
o good lime Tor llnoir labor, bul
received a lealure arlicle on llne
piclure page ol ilie Denver Posl.
Aciivilies were concluded on
Tliursday, January 25 in llie TJ
qyrri al "Drift" ilie carnival
dance. The Lerrl Side Door pro-
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at Jefferson Ball
Blooming cherry trees, a life-like model of placid Mon-
ticello, and crystal chandeliers set the mood for the third
annual birthday tribute to Thomas jeiTerson on April
12th. Amid the splender and gala of the evening, semi-
formally dressed Spartans "grooved" on the rock of"Love
Special Delivery" from 9-12.
Climaxing the inaugural ball, the jefferson Iournal's
annual apology for past issues, was the crowning of Bob
Inman and Anne Berardini as the President and First
Lady. Max.Williams and Barbie Kortz, and Dave Iones
and janet Fraser were honored as royal attendants.
Politically speaking, this yearls jefferson Brawl was a
liberal blast for even the most conservative party-goers.
By the evenings end, all were starry-eyed and light-
headed with visions oflife 200 years ago.
Bob Inman and
President and F irst Lady
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Bob Inman and Anne Berardini, Pres. and First
Lady, preside over their royal presidential court.
'G 'S My Brother"
Respecting each other's
Finding peace and spreading it
throughout our school
A The Conquistadors
Ccinquistador Club officers are: Terry Edwards, President, Laurie Cumberland, Roxie Williams, Paula Hall,
Jo Ann Guggenheim, Gary Nloeri, Pat McGhee, and Ethal Harrison.
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during winter vacation, T.J. was closed
intermittently for two weeks. lt seems
that provisions had not been made for an
emergency supply of the fuel oil that is
needed to heat the building. Students
returned to a full schedule the 14th of
January, skied out and perhaps with a
new perspective on the older generation
and their "plan ahead ethics."
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1973 seemed to be a year of warning. lt was a year of shorte
ages, political scandals, and the energy crisis. It appeared to be
giving us signs of what to expect in the future if we don't change
our life styles.
The gas shortage was a hindrance to almost everyone as several
gas stations kept shorter hours for extended periods of time. This
shortage led to a need for better metro transit systems, harmed
many businesses depending on tourist response, caused a down-
fall in large car productions, and called for all Americans to co-
operate with new laws. The 55 m.p.h. speed limit led to a mild
disturbance by the truckers with their blockades and threats.
They tried to prove that their trucks got better mileage at 70
m.p.h. than at 55 m.p.h., but failed the test.
Not only was there a shortage in gas, but in foods as well. The
beef shortage especially caused inconveniences among people. ln
Colorado, the grocer's strike added to this as many stores were
forced to close, and even the ones that could remain open had
counters nearly empty, as there was no one to stock them.
Another event concerning Americans and of special interest to
people in Colorado was the brief appointment of former Gover-
nor John Love as Energy Czar. However, due to various circum-
stances, he was soon replaced by William Simon.
1973 is a year that should be looked back upon with concern.
Watergate and the energy crisis are two additional events of major
importance, but even these few listed are indicative of what is to
come if we keep our selfish ways. The American people must
work together if these problems are to end.
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Our Time Has Finally Come
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Officers for first semester are Cleft to rightj: Mindy Quinn, trea-
surer: Stan Burkcamp, sales manager: Lisa Barrante, president:
Dave Pierce. assistant sales manager: Tina Schmidt. publicity.
Also, not pictured are: Theo Tsiouvaras, vice-president: Debbie
Spears, secretary: George Betz, photographer.
Students at Thomas Jefferson, especially sen-
iors, have a lot to celebrate in 1976. For one
thing, it is our country's 200th birthday--
although by summer we may have heard too
much about it. It is also Colorado's Centennial,
which is a little more special since not quite as
many people are talking about it. It is also
election year, and leapyear. Some Americans
may be somewhat cynical about electing
another president, but others are more inspired
to examine the candidates after past events. Of
course, the most important thing happening this
year is the graduation of this class of seniors.
Our class has an important task to carry out.
First semester, Bicentennial Club activities
included a visit to the stock show, and to the
celebration of the Chinese New Year in Central
City. Second semester the club elected new
officers. They made plans to have an assembly
in March, to attend the opening of the Opera
House in Central City, to see the musical
"Paint Your Wagon" at U.N.C., and to attend
the l-lolly Horse Racing at Gateway Downs Race-
track in April.
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Age of Technology
Age of technology continued to grow and began bearing fruit in 1976-77. Above a student uses up-to-date science equipment and below
Tl's "sophisticated" computer system offered students an interesting and challenging experience.
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Fads Run Gamut Over Year
A chronological sampling of American fads:
1922-More than 131,000 sets of mah-jongg, an
Oriental game that combines the strategy of poker
with the luck of dice and the skill of bridge, are sold
for as much as S500 each. ln 1923, 1.5 million
would be sold, and by 1924 the fad would begin to
1923-The marathon dance craze begins, The
dance-till-you-drop fad would continue until the
mid-19305, when city and state governments
enacted legislation to outlaw it,
1927-The first miniature golf course is opened
on Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Forty thousand
miniature golf courses would be built during the
next three years and as many as 3 million people
would participate in the pastime during the summer
1939-A Harvard University student swallows a
live goldfish on March 3 to win a S10 bet. College
students begin competing to see who could
swallow the most goldfish. The fad ends in April
with therecord for goldfish gulping at 67.
1949-Silly Putty is introduced. Thirty-two million
units of the silicone clay would be sold during the
next five years.
1952-Thirty million Beanies-bill-less caps top-
ped by spinning propellers - are sold.
1952-Two thousand University of Missouri
students rampage through dormitories in the first
documented panty raid. Panty raids would continue
through 1957, with occasional resurgences
throughout the '60s and '70s.
1955-Walt Disney's version of the Davy
Crockett legend, with Fess Parker playing Crockett,
touches off a seven-month coonskin-cap craze.
1957-Wham-O introduces the Hula Hoop,
fashioned after a bamboo ring used for exercise
classes in Australia, and sells 20 million of the 51.98
plastic rings by September 1958. The craze would
end by November 1958.
1959-Twenty-five South African students jam
into a telephone booth, starting a world-wide col-
lege fad that ends the same year with 32 California
students squeezing their way into the record
1961-The Twist dancing fad starts and inspires a
commercial binge of Twist furniture, Twist clothing
and Twist hairdos. By 1967, the fad that inspired
such spinoff dances as the Mashed Potato, the
Monkey and the lerk would become passe.
1964-The first American tour by The Beatles
touches off Beatlemania.
1967--Smiley buttons appear. During the next 10
years the happy-face symbol would adorn T-shirts,
stickers, napkins, notebooks, coffee mugs and,
seemingly, almost everything else.
1972--Pong becomes the first video-game fad.
After Pong, interest in video games would decline
until the introduction of Space Invaders in 1977 and
Pac-man in 1980.
1974-Streaking, a fad confined for the most
part to college campuses, peaks in March and April.
Occasional streaking incidents would be reported
1983-Cabbage Patch Kids, dolls with
computer-designed faces, become the rage of the
1984--Michael lackson's Thriller album, released
in 1982, becomes the largest-selling record in music
history with sales of more than 25 million. lackson's
popularity spawns the sales of sequined gloves and
influences clothing fashions and dancing.
1985--Furniture: Atomic age furniture, lacquered
furniture, black and white. Food: Tofutti, sun-dried
tomatoes, angel hair pasta. Fashion: Pixie haircuts
on women, layered socks, patches and patchwork,
wearing your shirttail out, vests, cufflinks and studs.
Travel: Texas, London, Van pools, bed and
breakfast inns. Peopleg Marlon jackson, Mozart, Ed-
die Murphy, babies, Bill Cosby. Entertainment:
Opera, VCRs, board games, bicycling, off-off
Broadway, training for triathalons. Denver:
Reynelda Muse, mountain homes, living
downtown, shopping downtown, walking to work,
film festival, car pools, imagining a great city.
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George DiCarlo has gone on to win a gold and silver in the
1984 Olympics in California. He graduated in 1980 so brought
more honors to the swim team before he left Tl.
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State qualifiers this year
George DiCarlo-200 free
Tom Castellano-50 free
Others in the free relay were
Dale Pedersen and Steve Jon-
sen. An alternate for state was
1. Todd Crandell doing the back-
2. Chris Racek swimming the but-
3. Swim team captain Tom Castellano
practicing his free-style stroke.
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Through an outstanding , season
of hard work and dedication, the
1980 Guys' LaCrosse team earned
the title of State Champions. The
State game was one of intensity
and excellence as Kent Country
Day fought tough but not tough
enough to conquer the Spartans.
The game went into sudden-death
overtime with T.J. finishing on top
with the score at 7-6. Congratula-
tions to the Championship team,
coaches, sponsors and all the sup-
porters of T.J. LaCrosseI
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The magic wand of "Cinderello's god-
mother" continued to weave its spell as
the Girl's Varsity Basketball Team
advanced through District competition to
the state finals.
Thomas Jefferson 62, Douglas County
Arvada 50, Thomas Jefferson 49.
Arvada continued to the finals and won
the State Championship.
WASSON 20- 6
AIR ACADEMY 14-12
CHERRY CREEK 20-19
The Glass Slipper
Often cast as the "Cinderella"
school of the Denver 4A and State
4A league, two TJ powerhouses, the
l98l football team and the 1981
basketball team proved that, yes
"you can find the glass slipper."
Thomas Jefferson's varsity team,
cast as one of the underdogs during
the state basketball tournament, not
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only surprised the media but
advanced to the finals, losing there
to Fairview thus becoming the sec-
ond-place 4A basketball champions
of the State of Colorado. Congratu-
Members ol the cast include: Front rowz Garrette lcle, Karen Biderman, Crystal Stocker. Lisa Rosenberg, Anne Marie Striping.
2nd row: Mary SanFilippo, Debby Arca, Dana Garrett, Jeanie Paulson, Kathi Kappos, Mona Wilson, Fleur Uptegrait, Meredith
Myers, Rita Booker. 3rd row: Joan Heller, Barbi Biegler, Cari Landow, Becky Reed, Jill Katchen, Kevin Wheeler, Katie
Schneider, Kent Gilbert, Laurie Kessler, Meg Harrison, Rob Wham, Monica Nittler, Kate Ivey, Jeri Dyer. 4th row: Mike Danahey,
Curt Henderson, Keith Gordon, Houston Perkins, David Avrin, David Wilbanks, Eric Hawkin, Bill Nittler, Gene Roberts.
Not pictured: Susan Spangler, Beth Depuis, Michelle Albi, Andrea Fuller, Nicole Volk, Robin Zwerin.
The White Hat and the Black Hat meet,
Members ofthe crew include: Front row: Denise Harden, Diana Hunter,
Mike Danahey, Kent Gilbert. Back row: Marllee Horan, Nancy Young,
Glenda Dlllow, Susan Rooney, Michelle Lemieux. Student director, Barb!
Bleglerg stage manager, Nancy Young: accompanist, Barb Smetana. The
yearbook regrets not getting a picture of the orchestra but thanks them for
their work as well as to Mlsters Harry Schanker, Willie Hill, John
McGregor and Jerry Sulllvent.
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Spartans Raise Voices in Song and Speech
A varied curriculum allowed Spartans to pursue many endeavors-from the tedium of regular academic work to classes which
brought forth gifts and talents of many. A strong vocal and instrumental music program as well as an outstanding speech program
contributed to the Spartan mosaic.
26 - Silver Anniversary
linger in memory
as year fades
T WAS a year often dominated by big names.
President Reagan captured the country's attention
and ran all over Walter Mondale. Singer Michael
Jackson zoomed around the country with his tour, in-
cluding a visit to Denver. And gymnast Mary Lou Retton
captured the nation's fancy in the Olympics. y
The 1984 headlines in Denver often focused on politi-
cians such as Gov. Richard D. Lamm and Mayor Feder-
But there were many others making news.
They spoke out when they saw injustices - and some-
times suffered the consequences.
They found personal victory - and then quietly went
on with their lives.
They made us laugh over their folly. And cry over their
The Years Move on
These are not in the future:
Out fumishings: Brass, floral sheets, answering machines, Dhurries, overdone country, chintz, fussy floral displays. Out food: Pasta
salads, sprouts, tofu, brie, sushi, chocolate chip cookies, croissants, mesquite cooking, kiwi, cappuccino. Out fashion: Fingerless
gloves, sloppiness, mannish underwear, miniskirts, running shoes worn with business attire, briefcases, sunglasses named after sports
cars, gelled hair, gender bending. Out travel: Santa Fe, time-share resorts, station wagons, Dallas and Houston, package trips to Mex-
ico, Las Vegas. Out people: Michael jackson, johnny Carson, loan Rivers, loan Collins, lane Fonda, Francis Ford Coppola, Tom
Selleck, Burt Reynolds, lohn Travolta, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert De Niro, Dan Rather, Faye Dunaway, Sylvester Stallone, Mary Decker,
Bob Guccione, john De Lorean, Clara Peller, Mr. T., beauty queens. lust out: Movie remakes, celebrity beauty books, smoking, hap-
py hour, theme discos, break dancing, boxing. Out at Tl: Graduating without the basic essentials - 1985 became the year of accoun-
tability and a Uback to the basics" movement.
28 Silver Anniversary
9 4- 985
And What Does the
The world has survived the dire predictions of George
Orwell in his book published in the 40s and again became a
best-seller in 1984. George Lucas' film "Star Wars" became
more than a film, it became a watchword of the Pentagon.
Renewed academic interest, a surge of patriotism enhanced
by the '84 Olympics, sense of purpose in the student body
predicted a return to the l'normalcy" of the golden years of
education. A landslide election of President Ronald Reagan
seemed to indicate a voting public 'satisfied with the status
A futuristic movie had .as its theme the next 25
years- "2010." As Thomas jefferson High School continues to
be an outstanding Denver public high school, what will the
next 25 years bring? lf we only knew . . .
Media Have Created a Fad, Fad orld
ls there anybody left who
hasn't heard of Michael jackson?
ls there some remote patch of
American soil where inhabitants
have not yet witnessed break
dancing? Could there be a soul
somewhere who has not yet ut-
tered the words 'Where's the
Back when there were more
homes with indoor toilets than
with television sets, the nation's
fads may not have reached
everyone. Today, however, even
people who don't have access to
the mass media are exposed to
fads. lnvariably they know so-
meone who watches television,
listens to radio or reads
newspapers and magazines-the
media that disseminate news of
the nation's passions.
llOne of the things that causes
fads to be different now than in
the past is our mass culture with its
access to instant images," says
Thomas Plaut, assistant chief of
behavioral-science research at the
National Institute of Mental Health
in Washington, D.C. "A month
and a half ago, if there were
10,000 people who knew who
Mary Lou Retton was, that was a
lot. Now there are hundreds of
millions who know who she is.
Fads can spread rapidly and
become a part of the shaped
By exposing an entire nation to
fads, the mass media both pro-
mote fads and hasten their burn-
out, says Ralph Lowenstein, dean
of the University of Florida's com-
"Mass communications ac-
celerate fads because of the
speed of bringing forth the visual
image. A fad that might have
taken a long time to build up to a
peak 100 years ago can become a
sensation overnight and disappear
very rapidly," says Lowenstein. "lf
the Hula Hoop craze came in to-
day it would last half as long as it
Evidence of the nation's suscep-
tibility to fads and crazes is found
in the junk drawers, closets and
toy boxes of American's
households. There you find the ar-
tifacts of our diversions: Rubik's
Cubes, feathered cowboy hats,
Smiley buttons, white disco suits,
E.T. toys, Pet Rocks, Farrah
Fawcett posters and Cabbage
Patch Kids dolls.
With almost predictable
regularity, America becomes
enamored with certain articles of
clothing, styles of dance, phrases
of speech and types of
amusements. Taken together, the
fads of any given period provide a
snapshot of society.
During the Depression, for ex-
ample, the 'Prosperity Club"
chain-letter craze produced
95,000 extra pieces of mail a day
in Denver. The Oiuja board,
patented in 1892, first caught on
during World War l when
Americans were desperate to
learn anything, in any way possi-
ble, about the fate of their
relatives overseas. Oiuja sales
dropped after the war and didn't
pick up again until World War ll.
Similarily, the fitness-conscious
19705 and '80s have seen the rise
and fall of numerous diets and ex-
Fads provide a common ex-
perience for millions of people
and, often, millions of dollars for
the purveyors of the short-lived
interests in American life.
Cabbage Patch Kids dolls earn-
ed 580 million for Coleco ln-
dustries last year to help offset the
millions the company lost on its
home computer. ln 1958, 30
million people bought Hula
Hoops. Another million people
paid S4 each for Pet Rocks in
1975. At its height in 1982, the
Cambridge Diet was taking in
nearly S500 million a year.
Crazes, fads and fashion are
variations of the same collective-
behavior response. All three deal
essentially with the popular
discovery of a new idea or the
rediscovery of an old idea by a
small group. Crazes- such as get-
rich chain letters and land-boom
schemes - generally involve some
element of economic opportunity
and the belief that the chance is
fleeting. Fads are usually spon-
taneous, sporadic movements
that often challenge established
values or styles. Fashion is institu-
tionalized, continuous change that
is more predictable than fads.
Fashion tends to trickle down
from the upper class, while fads
frequently originate in the middle
or lower classes.
Although the duration of fads
varies, all fads go through similar
stages. Fads begin with new or
rediscovered ideas, but novelty
isn't the only criterion. Fads that
catch on often involve the oppor-
tunity for innovation or for varia-
tions on the fad's basic theme. For
example, uWhere's the beef?"
spoke to a common concern of
fast-food customers, but its use
became epidemic when applied
to stituations that had nothing to
do with hamburgers.
No one has been able to
predict what will become a fad,
since the dynamics of what makes
something catch on vary tremen-
dously. A single fad may appeal to
different people for different
reasons. But there are certain
characteristics that make one
society more susceptible to fads
Silver Anniversary - 29
Y' , A
This division page is from The Aristocrat,
1970, which had as its theme, "Is Life just a
l A y
Seniors are 'lkings of the hill."
Silver Anniversary Homecoming celebration. 7
Senior pictures, senior quotes. First Tl senior
class section to be printed in color in the yearbook.
College applications' frenzy. Graduation announcements
Poinsettia sales, canned food drive.
Lip Sync! Air Band Show, january 10. Senioritis begins. First
semester ends. 'lDid I get enough credits?"
Pizza Pizazz. Senior class goes into the fast-food business.
Mr. T. l. Pageant, March 27. Graduation announcements
ordered. Cap and gown pictures.
College answers- llDid I make it?" Senior class wills
shaping up. Senior Class T-shirt sales.
Senior Prom, Fairmont Hotel, Imperial Ballroom
Senior Prom Queen coronation. 'The Best of Times."
After-Prom party llAfter the Fox," Englewood 1-4 a.m.
Aristocrat Yearbook autograph party.
Silver Anniversary edition.
Silver Senior edition, jefferson journal.
Senior checkout. Again, l'Did l get enough credits?"
Senior Award Night, 7:30 p.m., T. 1. Auditorium
Mini graduation rehearsal, Tl gyms. Senior Luncheon,
'Silver Celebration at the Sheraton," Sheraton Inn, Denver
Tech City, Exhibit Hall, 1 p.m.
Memorial Day, autograph parties, llwe're out of schooll"
llShouId auld acquaintance be forgot"
Graduation rehearsal, Denver Coliseum
Graduation ceremonies, l'Silver Memories," Denver
Coliseum, 8 p.m.
"ru Be seeing You!"
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PATRICK W. ADAMS
Always forgive your eneniiesg nothing annoys
MICHAEL C, ALCANTARA
lt's better lo have made love and regretted it
than to have never made love at all.
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is
sweet. Remember the Rolling Stones.
KAREN IEAN ANDRESEN
You Can give without loving, but you Can't love
without giving. Thanks, IBM.
LE AYNNE ASHBY
When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone
forever l'll always love you, Mike. Thanks,
Mom and Dad.
To find the greatest treasure on earth, seek
love, for that is the sea that joins distant shores.
Thanx, Mom and Dad. Skiing Vail '85
REGINA L. AVILA
How much do you love me?" I asked lesus, and
lesus said, "This much . . . " Then he stretched out
his arms and died.
DOUGLAS K. AVRIN
lvvould rather have a bottle in front of me than
a frontal Iobotomy.
BRUCE R. BAILS
Glad to be out.
l'm not as think as you drunk I am,
PETER VINCENT BARRON
Music has charms they say . . . ltleep, beep, I'm
It is better to remain silent and he thought a fool
than to speak and remove all doubt.
For I know the plans. plans to prosper you and
not to harm youp plans to give you hope and a
future. - leremiah 29:11
Silver Anniversary - 33
The wise are not the ones who know they
know, but they are the ones who know that they
do not know.
I hold it true, whate'er befall, l feel itg when I
sorrow most: 'Tis better to have loved and lost
than never to have loved at all. - Tennyson
Man is the only animal that laughs and weepsg
for he is the only animal that is struck with the dif-
ference between what things are, and what they
ought to he. - William Hazlett
MICHAEL P. BRADY
When you are at peace with yourself, any place
MICHAEL O. BRICHTWELL
Man will occasionally stumble over the truth,
but most of the time he will pick himself up and
And if you start to slide, never show you're
weak, don't feel youve got to hide, remember
what you've come for, remember what you
RONI MARIE BRUCE
With untried wings . . . I shall soar into the sun
and give my life to ily away . . . upward . . . and
glide upon the wind. . . REMEMBERINC. . .
They are rich who have true friends. A- Thomas
DERRICK A. CANADY
Think big and be big - Barney Rubble
REXFORD D. CANADY
Success is achieved by self-reliance, not
dependence. Always strive for the best in
everything you do.
Don't be sad that roses have thorns. Be happy
that thorns have roses.
lt's a big world out there, folks, and tomorrow
we are all going out there again. - The Big Chill
What makes life worth living? To be born with
the gift of laughter and a sense that the world is
ION BRIAN CELLER
The introduction is over, Let's stand with the
chapters. Goodbye, Farewell an Amen.-Bs-nA
jamin Franklin Pierce fl-lawkeyel
34 -- Silver Anniversary
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In life when it is possible to achieve the best,
settling for less doesnt make sense
May God defend me from my friends, I can de-
fend myself from my enemies - Voltaire. Thanks,
Tl, I love you!
IUDITH KATHLEEN COOPER
When you have to choose, look to the dawn,
and if you believe, you shall never lose.
Strong heart- strong mind - strong
RACHEL L. COX
lt is better to have lost in love than never to
have loved at all.
TINA L. CRABTREE
It isn't how much we have, but how much we
enjoy that makes happiness. - Spurgeon
Time is . , . too long for those who grieve, too
short for those who rejoice, but for those who
love, time is . . ETERNITY. I love you, Mom and
LAURA I, CROWLEY
To my dearest friends here at TI: Goodbye, I
love you all!
You and your friends may part but the
memories are yours forever,
Take off your masks and be yourself. Others
will appreciate you more.
CLAYTON DAVIS, IR.
l've completed high school. It was hard yet it
was fun. However, the real quest for success has
only just begun!
RUSSELL P. DAWN
We wanted Li Wing but we winged Willie
Wong, a sad but excusahle slip ofthe Tong.
VICTOR DE IESUS
Man's youth is a wonderful thing: lt is so full of
anguish and of magic and he never Comes to
know it as it is, until it has gone from him
forever. - Thomas Wolfe
Silver Anniversary - 35
I don't understand boring guys. I really
don't. - Holden Caulfield
TERESA L. DEVINE
In everything you do, put God first and he will
direct you and crown your efforts with suc'
cess. - Proverbs 3:6
Don't drink and drive. You might hit a bump
and spill it.
The race is not always to the swift but to those
who keep on running.
By the pricking of my thumbs, something wick-
ed tlais way comes.
DONNA IEAN ELLSWORTH
Time will surely tell where this leads me
to. - Blancmange
DAVID A. EPSTEIN
Winning isn't everything. Making the effort to
win is. - Vince Lombardi
I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen
yesterday and I love today. - William Adam White
IULI A. FELDMAN
I am an idealist. I don't know where I'm going
but I'm on my way - Carl Sandburg - PMA -
SCOTT N. FEUER
To watch the world is a wise man's destiny but
to close one's eyes is a foolish man's fate . . .
It takes both rain and sunshine to make a
CAROL I. FORKNER
Do not follow where the path leads, rather go
where there is no path and leave a trail.
AMY lO FORTNEY
Some say it's holding on that makes a person
strong, Sometimes, it's letting go, I love you, MN.
Bye. CB, KW!
And these children you spit on as they try to
change their world are immune to your consultaA
tions, were quite aware of what we're going
through, -David Bowie, Changes 1
JAY EDWARD FREEDBERG
Trifles make perfection and perfection is no
trifle. - Michelangelo
NORMAN B. FREI
Go as far as you can see. When you get there,
you will be able to see further. - Carlyle
You can send a man to college but you can't
make him think. PS: Andy is hurtin'.
36 - Silver Anniversary
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Do you know how to play hide and seek? To
find me, it would take you a week, - Uncle Ernie
To hold your baby and know serenity and love
above any other is as Close to heaven as any inor-
tal woman can be
Remember thy creator in the days of thy youth
while the evil days Lorne not, nor the years draw
nigh . , .Ecclesiastes llzl
RONALD IAMES GILMORE
Life is seen through the eyes of a camera shot
and gives it your best shot and the world can he
Peck, thanx lor the surnnier ol 'B-1 and to all the
rude, crude and socially unacceptable people in
the smoking area. Rock on 'I 12'
DEADRA RENEE GREEN
The Christ Spirit in me motivates me to use
divine ideas in ways that prosper me. Success is
KENDA L. GREEN
If we till our hours with regrets of yesterday and
with worries of tomorrow, we have no today in
which to be thankful.
SCOTT D, GREENE
The Nose: We breathe, sneeze and wheeze
through it and yet it still stays on. Love forever,
Linda and lerry. Beep, beep!
If you love something, set it free. lf it comes
back to you, it's yours. If it doesnt it never
was. - Unknown
Silver Anniversary - 37
You're only young once but you can be im-
One of these days I know my dreams will come
Everything has been thought of before . . the
difficulty is to think of it again.
WILLIAM G. HAHN
CLAUDIA E. HALL
Rernemberingz Dearly Beloved, we are
gathered here today to say our goodbyes.
remembering the struggle and pride we gave to
be there- remembering is for LIFE.
The time has come to move on. We leave with
a mind full of dreams to fulfill and goals to
achieve. There are also tears filled with treasured
moments and memories of a lifetime.
SHAWN F. HAND
The secret of success in life is for a person to be
ready when opportunity comes.
BRADLEY ALAN HANDLER
Everything in excess. To enioy life, take big
bites. - Graffiti at UCSC
Let's go crazy. - Prince
KERRY LYNN HARRELL
I have escaped: in my
strength. - Sophocles
truth is my
DARRIN T. HARRINCTON
Roses are red, violets are blue, lm glad l'm leav-
ing this place - aren't you?
Forget about yesterday for it's in the past. Think
about tomorrow for your future is at hand.
May we reach and accomplish all of our plans
goals and dreams. MSM
STEVEN C. HARRIS
My business is not to remake myself but to
make the absolute best of what Cod
made, - Robert Browning
Be yourself and in everything you do, put Cod
first and he will direct you and crown your efforts
SHARON D. HARTSFIELD
The Lord gives us friends to push us to our
potential and enemies to push us beyond it.
No goal is too high if we climb with care and
38 - Silver Anniversary
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Stun-ss tts to Inf- mt-asurt-ci hot so much by lhe-
posittoh ont- has rc-at ht-ri th Ivtt- as hx the-oI1slatIt-s
um- has on-rt omt- xxhtIt- trvtml to sun -
rr-f-tI. f Hookt-r I X-X'asI1thgtoh
CAROL 5. HELLER
Our prayt-rs art- ansxxt-rt-ti not wht-I1 wt- art-
giyt-n what wt- ask but wht-rw wt- art- chaIIt-hgt-rI
Io hr- what wt- t AH ht- - Morrts -MII1-r
Rt-rm-mln-rg wht-rt-vt-t you go, the-rv you
art-. - Iiutkaroo Iiarvax
EDVVARIJ I, IAIESS
To sc-1-a world ma gram of sand and a ht-avr-h
in a W4IrI IIowr-r, hold lhhrxltx IIT tht- paIrh ot your
hand, and 1-It-rhtty IIT AD hour - XViIItam IIIakt-
I just want to thank Cod lor .zIItI1t-lot-1-IyIafIu-s
and thank II1l'lINYUDIOI' for :nys-ntmg liquor Ihahk
ROBERT M. HINIQLEY
Opt-tw up your I'T1II1tIdIIlIlI0I1Il hr- trtxtal Ihr-rr-'s
a whoh- mt-w world to und Makt- It rt-al, not tan-
tasy -Scorpions, 'ATht-IstaIJIIsIumt-t1I"
I am not atrard of ttmmorroxx for I haw- se-I-n to-
day A chtId ol Ihr- tulurt-, I sh.tII stxcct-t-II I am
young, glftt-ci and hIat It I am Norm-IJotIy'
Train up your chtId IH tht- way he- should go-
and wht-n ht- ts oItI, ht- WIII not de-part trom It
Thanks, Mom Pmvi-rIm ll 3
W. BRADY I-IOUCHTON
Noont- knows what it's Itkc- to Inf- tht- had man,
Rohr-tI10 sadman, be-Ittntilmltn-1-yt-sf Ihr- Who
CHRISTIIE LEA I-IUBER
I do not Wish to tr:-at Irit-htiships dathttly, hut
with fought-st touragt- Wht-h thi-y art- rt-al tht-y
art- not gIass thrc-ads or trostwurk, hut the- -.oIttIt-st
thing wt- knoxv ' kms-rson
How good and plt-asant It would ht- bvtort-
CmIantI r11.mtost-t- th:-ummattorxot aII -Xtrlt .ms
As it's hr-f-rw sand already, It-t tt ht- dom- rtght mm
. . " - Hob MarIt-y, "AIma Umtt-"
EDWIN I.. IACKSON
It's not what you art- that holds you hack It's
what you pn-lt-hcI to ht- that makn-slI1t-harm-r
MARK T. IACQKSON
Always ht-I1avf- Inks- a dutk, kc-vp calm and
unrufflt-tI on thc- surtatt- but paritilt- luke- tht- fIt-VII
KIRSTEN ANNA IAI-IN
EVPFYIIIIIY' you sat' Lloodlmyt-, you tht- a Ilttlt-
Ust- tht- tale-nts y't7ll posst-ss, for tht- woods
wouki ht- vs-ry SIIPITI tt no birds sang 1-xtt-pl tht-
The- Ioyt-r of art is om-, and the- love-r ot naturi-
anolI10r, though true- .srl as hut tht- t-xprt-sston or
our Iovf-01 nature-
It.: Dent -.-t tattlfvc-I.
Silver Anniversary - .39
Give into the Dark side
G. TODD KEENER
Maybe it's not so bad to expect the worst. At
least, that way, the worst doesn't seem so
I keep searching but don't know what l'm look-
IENNIFER L. KERBALJGH
Somewhere down the road, our roads are gon-
na cross again - it doesn't really matter when.
MOUY CHEAO KHAT
DAVID C. KLUNDER
Don't pearls come from oysters any
more? - Earl T. Pearl
TIFFANY LEE KNOTT
You should be with someone because you
want to be together, not because you don't want
to be alone. - HSB
RENEE E. KOBEY
No longer forward nor behind l look in hope or
fearg but, grateful, take the good I find, the best of
now and here. - lohn Greenleaf Whittier
l have great hope for tomorrow and my hope
lies in the following three things - truth, youth and
DWAYNE A. LAWRENCE
I. SCOTT LEE
I don't want to be king, I want to be real. - ISL,
A word to the wise ain't necessary-lt's the
stupid ones that need it!
NEIL LERNER I
Crchestra, All-Citywide Orchestra
Yearbook staff, German Club, Stage Crew
A dream is a wish you make with your heart.
You're bound to touch some other life by what
you say or do so never think that when you sin it
injures only you.
My feelings are like my fingerprints, the color of
my eyes and the sound of my voice: unique to me
40 - Silver Anniversary
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When faced with a decision in life, do not
hesitate, because without mistakes, life would be
boring. - THe Law of Scooby
The thrill is not just in winning but in the
courage to join the race.
CAROLINE M. MACGREGOR
When you have a dream don't let anything dim
it. Keep hoping, keep trying -the sky is the limit! I
love you, Mom and Dad
The main irony of our existence has been the
inability to overcome fundamental obstacles,
whilst, nevertheless, possessing the ability to take
ourselves beyond them. - Antisect
Toast fools for without them we are no
When l'm gone, l'll be for you just another
memory descending upon you uninvited, stirring
up your thoughts, confusing your feelings. - lerzy
My dream of coming to the "nuclear" country
has at last come true. l hope Mr. Presidents
dream of a nuclear holocaust does not.
MARIA T. MARCI
Happy am I, from care am free-why can't
they all be like me?
Before I was born I accomplished nothing for
which lcan be held directly responsible.
SHENELLE MARIE MARTIN
If liie must change, thenl must change with lite
Life is for living. Love is tor giving. Thanks Mom
and Mrs. Day
Those who worry about what others think of
them wouldn't worry so much if they only knew
how seldom others do.
SHERRY LYNN KERBS
There is a cat within my feelings scratching to
get out, beckoning for an answer to the question
that has not been asked. - DCM. Love to the con-
glomeration and all.
PATRICIA L. MASSIE
It's not the having - it's the giving!
Thank you for the special, nice school year in
Tl. l'll never forget about this year as long as I live!
MICHELLE DENISE MCCALL
The key to life is to understand and to progress
further into your education. To my cousin, Erika
Winn, I leave my love and care.
MICHELLE L. MCCOY
Give to another what he gave to you for this is
a triumphant goal.-Debbie McCoy. Thanks for
your loving help, Mom and Dad!
Silver Anniversary - 41
MS. TALIA MCCRAY
Throughout one's life there would always be a
rememberance of those who have helped along
Iife's challenging road. Friendship is a precious
SHARON A. MCDONALD
Two roads diverged in a wood and I, I took the
one less traveled by and that has made all the
The goals of yesterday are the starting points of
MICHAEL I. MCMANUS
Don't pray for an easy life. Pray to be a strong
person, Thanks, God, I love you, Mom and Dad
What is an award? lust a piece of scrap. What's
important is not displayed. It's within you and only
you'II know it.
Pray for wisdom, dig for gold. You can't buy
freedom by selling your soul. You got to be willing
to give them a piece of your mind. - Triumph
I look back on my days at TI, a time of growth.
You must continue on for I have seen today and
I'm not afraid of tomorrow.
Mira' it I
DEAN ALLEN MEYER ,
It's Miller time! t V xy
DEANNA MILLER Q .
God is Love and His Love lives! -L 'M ' 7 A
KEVIN MILLER ' 1"
You may say I'm a dreamer but I'm not the only
one. I hope some day you'II join us and the world
will be as one. - lohn Lennon
MARILYN L. MILLS
Never be selfish as to forget the feelings and
emotions of others.
IOSEPH BEN MIRELEZ
Don't be defeated before you've begun.
A true friend is a person who has the knack of
saying good things behind your back.
Life's truest happinesses are found in the friend-
ship you make along the way. Good luck!
ROBERT DERRYL MOHAM
I want others to think of me as one setting goals
and striving to achieve them, as being friendly to
LAWRENCE D. MOORE
Why do today what you can put off until
tomorrow? I'm such an over-the-edge child.
A sword has a sharp edge but cannot cut itselfg
also two doves tied together have four wings but
cannot fly. - The Blind Man
In arriving at our purpose and pursuing it, we
must learn to care about one another, for in un-
caring lies the seeds of man's destruction-not
only others' but his own.
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I play it cool and dig all live, that's the reason I
stay alive. My motto as I live and learn is dig and
be dug in return!
Always hold your head up high and have faith
in the Lord Iesus Christ. If you have these two
things, you will have everything.
Some men see things as they are and ask why. I
dream ot things that never were and ask why
not. - kennedy
Never be scared of tomorrow because you
never know what good thing it might have in
Love doesn't make the world go 'round Love is
what makes the ride worthwhile. - Franklin P.
Be glad that you are free, free to change your
mind, free to go most anywhere anytime. Be glad
that you are lreel Love. Cabbage
A brother is someone you never outgrow, so-
meone you love a lot, A Brother is part of the tun
ofthe pastfas well as the present too.
How high I aim, how much I see, how far I go
and how far I reach all depends on me! Love ya
tons, Mom and Dad and good luck to you, Nadia.
We know that in all things God works for the
good of those who love Him, who have been call-
ed according to his purpose. - Romans 8:28
So this is it, we're going to die. - Arthur Dent
The most important thing to learn is that there is
always more to learn. Thanks, Mom and Dad
I do the very best I know how -the very best I
canp and I mean to keep doing so until the
end. - Lincoln
To all the good times in ED with the 4-mobile
hacky sack and the 2 gang, the Glinka sisters and
MM, Love always.
One day I asked lesus how much He loved me.
He answered, "This much," held out hs arms and
died . . . for you and me!
Silver Anniversary - 43
The greatest kindness I have to offer you is
always: the truth.
And this gray spirit yearning in desire to follow
knowledge like a sinking star, beyond the utmost
bound of human thought. - Alfred, Lord
CHRISTINA H. S. POSTELMANS
We may go our separate ways someday but
we know we shared our dreams today. Oh, no,
it's all right.
Love beareth all things, believeth all things,
hopeth all things, and endureth all things. Trish,
len, Amy, don't ever forget . . ,
For every effort you put forth, make it your
best or why waste your time?
Death is permanent but diamonds are forever!
lf these are the best years of our lives, going
down hill isn't going to be much fun.
Do you know what you are? You are what you
is. - FZ
You can't count a river while it moves past you.
You just have to take off your clothes and plunge
in. - Thoreau
STACEY L. ROSENBERG
Every day should be unwrapped like a precious
gift. - SLR
Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your
own mind. - Emerson
Memory never recaptures reality. Memory
reconstructs. All reconstructions change the
original, becoming external frames of reference
that inevitably fall short. -Frank Herbert, Heretics
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And we know God makes all things work
together tor good, to those that love Him and
those who are called according to His purpose.
PAUL E. SCHMIDT
Men at some time are master of their fates: The
fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in
ourselves, that we are underdogs. - Shakespeare
Salutations and may you fare well.
KENDRA SUE SEARLES
Nobody can see the unseenable or know the
unknowableg but surely somebody somewhere
can love the unloveable.
There are only two things in lite, perfection and
death. One is unattainable, the other unavoidable.
MS. DAMITA I. SHELTON
The Lord is my shepherd and I shall not want,
Though we'lI soon depart our own ways, our
minds will still be as one. Don't trade your faith for
dissolution for it'II only lead to regret,
DARRYL E. SMITH
One thing leads to another. - The Fixx
SUZANNE M. SMITH
Everyone's a hero if they want to be,
everyones a prisoner holding their own
key.-Steve Perry. Roundabout and Little Red
Corvette, right, Slanky? Love you.
NATALIE D. SNEED
Success is a state of mind. Good luck to all! I
love you, Mom!
Some men see things as they are and say why. I
dream of things that never were and say, why
not. - George Bernard Shaw
FRANCES MAESTAS SONNER
With the task I once began, I'II never leave it till
the end whether it be large or small, I'II do it well
or not at all.
Follow your heart wherever it takes
Silver Anniversary - 45
Life is but a candle and a dream must give it
EDWARD A. STEPHENS
Now there is only one thing left to do in
life- that is to achieve greatness! -Don "Spider"
EDWARD LEE STEVENSON
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world,
the master calls a butterfly. - R. Bach
KENNETH R. STOCKER
Well, for those who like that sort of thing, l
should think that it is just about the sort of thing
they would like. - Lincoln
LYNNE M. STOFFEL
Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches
take wings. Only one thing endures and that is
Character. - Lincoln
Thank you for a funky time. I send all my love,
friendship and good times to MM and LH.
If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for
You can pick your friends and you can pick
your nose, but you can't pick your friend's nose.
PAULA SUE SULLIVENT
Thank you, Mom, Dad and Doug for your love,
support and patience. Lynyrd Skynyrd and the
GARY LEONARD SUSMAN
You don't need a weatherman to know which
way the wind blows.-Dylan. There is more to
life than increasing its speed. - Mahatma Gandhi
Life is only life if you live it and to live it, you
must know what you believe and make a stand
for your beliefs.
Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply,
to enjoy simply, to think freely, to risk life, to be
needed. - Storm jameson
Each of us is important and has something to
give. Listen to the music within you and believe in
yourself. Don't be afraid. Take the risk of
living. - Flavia
IOANIE M. TEPOORTEN
lust remember that life's a grand illusion - deep
inside we're all the same, Lots of love and thanks 'R
to Mom, Dad and Pinky
CYNTHIA YVETTE THOMPSON
You only fail when you never try. N-I
Being happy in life is done by making others
happy, even if it's simply letting them alone
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MICHELLE RENEE TRAUTMAN
Love wasn't put in our hearts to stay 'cause
love i5n't love till you give it away,
lANlE MARIE TROMMATER
There are ways to meet the needs of society
and still do your own thing tt's knowing where
and when and how. - Leo Buscaglia
To be what you are and to become what we
are capable of becoming, that is the only end ot
life. - Robert Louis Stevenson
lf you don't like the way l'rn livin', you just leave
this long-haired country boy alone . .-Charlte
Daniels. Sex, SDOFIS, Spaghettios ptl"T"
There is no such thing as "best" in the world of
individuals. - Hugh Prather
MORA L. VAN ENGEN
Twelve years ago l knew everything, now l
know nothing. Education is a progressive
discovery ot our own ignorance Thanks, Mrs
Reinking, my first grade teacher
DANIEL A. VASQUEZ
youre a better man than l, Cunga
Din. - Cary Grant
FRANK C. VICIL
Man is his own star, and the soul that can
render an honest and perfect man commands all
light, all influence of tate. -Emerson,
TONY A. WALLACE
Before you speak, listen, before you write,
think, before you pray, forgive, before you quit,
Only a life lived for others is a life wor-
thwhile.-Einstein. To seek the true, to glad the
heart, such is the life ot' higher law. -Sir Richard
MELANlE R. WARMATH
It is not the man of great native talent who wins
but he who pushes his talent, however small, to its
DANNY L. WEISS
"Yabba Dabba Doo" - Fred Flintstone
Silver Anniversary - 47
You can't start a fire without a spark.
No child is bad from the beginning- they only
imitate their atmosphere. - RAD
To all the wonderful teachers and staff at
Thomas jefferson, I wish you farewell and for all
my friends who were there for me, l love you all!
MIKE WOFSEY 'fs'
Ah, but a mans reach should exceed his grasp, I 'Z
or what's a heaven for? - Browning I
Knowledge is appreciation. ' X
PAULA WORYSZ I
The road ahead of us is long. Take it in stride
and make each step count. For the past twelve
years of your life was only one small step to
prepare you for the larger ones in life.
Always dream of the future, but remember that
you are still in the present I love you, TC
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"The scholar knows too well his weakness to
assume infallibilityg and he who knows most
knows best how little he knows."
'ln a society with problems ana perplexities, there 'is a
great need for scholars - men and women who are willing
and able to seek out and learn those matters which will be
of value to themselves and their society. After twelve years
of public education, the senior cannot yet be called a true
scholar, but he has reached the point in life at which he
knows when to seek and where to find.
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Peter Dines Chris Dorton
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lames Reiva 19601962 Milton Rebel! 1962-1966
Charles Mackey 1966-1970 Robert Chamberlain 1970-1974 LaRue Belcher 1974-1977
Vernice VanDuzer 1977-1980 Arnold Deitsch 1980-1984 Richard Conklin 1984-
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"Faithful Fourteen"- 1960-198
Don Day - Adviser lPhys. Edt
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Eldon Gilmore - Science
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William Myers -English
Merle Dorsett - Counseling
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Arthur Lort - Industrial Arts
Evelyn Pollard - Records
Robert Dutton - Science
Kenneth Hughes - Mathematics
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Helen Garrett- Social Studies
Out of an average faculty size
of 130 throughout the years, only
fourteen of the original faculty in
1960-61 remain at Thomas
Although most of the changes
in twenty-five years have been
caused by retirement, promotion
or transfers, the "faithful four-
"We're here because Tl is the
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Raymond Acsell - Assistant Principal
Lt, Col. Martha Baker - Military
"Come join us, IROTC. A great place
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Ilene Allen -English David Alvarez - Science
. Andrew Aragon - Mathematics
lean Anderson Malhematlcs BA Mathematics, MA School ad-
ministration, supervision, curriculum
Barbara Armstrong - Language Len Ashford - Special Education
SFC Ronald Bates - Military Services Samuel Batey - Assistant Principal
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Fumi Arai - Secretary
Dorris Asmus -Food Services
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Univ. of Utah and MA- Dance CU
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66 - Silver Anniversary
Connie Cornelius - Special Education
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Don Day - Adviser "We have a SUPER
school at Tl!"
Robert Dutton - Science
john DiTolIa - Adviser -AB. - B.M.
lim Echenoz - Social Worker MSW
Paul Epstein - Mathematics Laurie Fong- Lunchroom Staff Helen Garrett- Social Studies BSMA
Andy Geiss - Social Studies
Wayne Gnadt - Business Education
Carl Goodwin - Industrial Education
Yetti Gruenler -Language and Art
Nancy Gentry - Business Education
Richard Golder-Physical Education
BS.-CU M.A.-DU "He who laughs,
Charles Greenwood - Mathematics
Eldon Gilmore - Science
lerome Golus - Military
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Laura Grove -Language
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Marshall Hanks - Science Paul Harbaugh - Science Fannie Harris - Adviser
Barb Henrich - Sr. Clerk, Euphrosina Hewitt- Food Service Iill Higginbotham -Food Service
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"Seek the Lord while He may be found,
call upon Him while He is near." Isaiah
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70 - Silver Anniversary
Harold Mason - English and
Elizabeth Miles - Social Studies
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lohn Nicholson - Mathematics
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B.S. Mathematics, M.A. Curriculum and
Instruction, and M.A. Counseling
lohn McLaughlin - Math
t'Experience is the best teacher!"
lohn Miles - Social Studies lack Morison - Mathematics
Kenneth Nelson - Science
"See what 25 years has done for me?"
William Myers - English
Stephen NYE ' Vocal MUSiC Brenda Owen - Special Education
B.M.E. - Wittenberg University and
M.A. - DU
Carol Parisi- Assistant Principal
lanet Pearson - Nurse
Marian Pennington - Counseling
Curtis Pierre - Security
Leonard Price - Science
Rex Peters - Physical Education
Anne Presenkowski - Business
Frank Queen - Social Studies "The pur-
pose of life is not to be happy. The pur-
pose of life is to matter, to be produc-
tive, to have it make some difference
that you live at all." - Leo Roston
Dorothy Peay - Library BA. - Spellman
College and M,A,L.S, - DU
Karen Peterson - Roche - Mathematics
Evelyn Pollard - Senior Clerk
Ralph Quisenberry-Social Studies
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Barbara Settle -English
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Richard Ramsey - Social Studies
'Never in the field of human conflict
was so much owed by so many to so
few." - Winston Churchill
Albert Rich - Science
Catherine E. Salazar - Art
"Hath not the potter power over the
clay?"-Romans 9-21 B.A UNC, MA.
Sam Shank - Media Center
Robert Randall- Mathematics
Roy Safstrom - Instrumental Music
leone Sanchez - Food Services
Richard I, Snavely - Psychologist
Wanda Randall - Clerk, Counseling
Charlene St. lohn - Clerk, Counseling
Harry Schanker - English, Drama
Carole Speyer - English
Kathleen Stephens - English lerry Stone - Counseling lanice Sublett - English
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"The Golden Rule: Those that have
gold make the rules,"
lames F. Tierney - Special Education Mary leane Tock - Business Education Norma Van Epps - Home Economics
Mariorie Zeiler - Social Studies
Bob Webb - English Rose Young - Language
A.A., B.A., M.A.
Not pictured: Irma Forester, teachers' aide,
Donald Garretson, programmerg Micaela
Conn, speech therapist, Robert Biegel,
physical education, Kenneth Sutfin,
librariang Elizabeth Wade, special educa-
tion, lanet Horton, clerical, Mary Ann
Hughes, food service, lack Hall, Lenard
Kleve, William G. Hogg, Clairene Horna-
day, Robert Lucas, joe C, Muniz, Gilbert
Rael, Alexander Riley, lacquese Satchell,
Ralph Sena, loseph Wright, custodial staff.
Wilbur Zimbelman - Counseling
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Annual Homecoming festivities kicked off the morning of October 13 with a breakfast in the cafeteria followed by sales of various items by
classes and the ugrand prix" -the chariot races. This year's contest was won by the Class of 1986.
After the races, cars were decorated and a parade formed to follow the Spartans lvictorious in their game over Northl to All-City stadium for
the game half-time ceremonies.
After the game, students returned to the practice field at Tl where festivities continued with various events. A balloon from Columbia Savings
gave free rides to students who had winning tickets,
That evening in the Tl gyms, Homecoming was highlighted by "Night of Silver Memories" where Deadre Green and Tom Almon were
crowned king and queen.
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Mr. T. I.
The third annual Mr. Tl Pageant was held on March 27 in the
auditorium. Once again, Carole Cameron was the emcee.
There were twenty Senior Guys competing'in evening wear, swimsuit
and talent competitions. Prizes consisted of specially-made T-shirts,
prom tickets and a free tux rental.
The judges from the pageant were chosen from each grade, plus
judges picked from the faculty.
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were Chip Elliot and Denny Spurlock, past 'muscle-men" who made
special trips from college to honor their alma mater.
Proceeds from the pageant went toward funding graduation
ceremonies which were May 29 at the Denver Coliseum.
The 1985 Silver Anniversary Mr. Tl was Incredible Hunk
Silver Anniversary Mr. T.l.
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"The Best of Times"
Senior Prom Royalty
Anniversary Queen!Miss Andrea Ransom
Silver Anniversary prom festivities were at the Fairmont Hotel in the Imperial Ballroom
on Saturday, May 11, under direction of Barb Boland, Senior Prom committee chairman,
and members of the committee.
Queen Ransom was crowned during coronation ceremonies after her Royal Court had
been introduced: Princesses Rhonda Crayton and Kristin Stewart and Attendants Cindy
Cowan, Kenda Green, lerilyn Hitch and Melanie Warmath.
Over 200 couples attended the prom which was followed by an "all-night" after-prom
party at the After the Fox.
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Two of the most relaxing and entertaining avenues for
teenagers today are movies and music-maybe some
television, but "that's at-home stuff." Most conversations in
classes and in the halls are sprinkled with such phrases as
"did you catch , ,. ?", "a bomb, a stinker," "boy, that was
one great moviel", "goin' to the concert tonight?", all
relating to the media of the screen, the radio, the concert
Pictured here are the five Oscar nominees for Best Picture
and these pictures reflect a great year in the movie business.
Left panel, top to bottom, 'lA Soldier's Story" starring
Howard E. Rollins, lr.g "Places in the Heart" starring Sally
Field, HA Passage to lndia," a big-scale epic from David Lean,
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and below right, UThe Killing Fields," a graphic and spellbin-
ding story of a journalist and his friend
l'Amadeus" was selected best picture.
As the yearbook went to press, these
singles according to Billboard magazine:
were the top
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Thomas jefferson Key Club sponsored a donkey basketball game on Saturday,
February 2. The Crosby Donkey Show is from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Proceeds
from the event were used to send Key Clubbers to a leadership convention that was
held in March,
The event was successful and proved to be very entertaining and funny, Andy
Aragon, sponsor, said, The players had to be mounted on a donkey to pass, shoot and
score. Players were selected from several of the various athletic teams, Key Club, the
faculty, administration and the Kiwanis Club. Altogether there were 32 players. Key
Club also had one very special guest, the KIMN chicken-especially popular with the
Principal Conklin says, "Whoa!"
Now we know how Sam Batey makes it around the halls so fast!
Left, Patience is the answer, lPictures by Sam Shankl
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Members of the Class of 1985 went into the pizza business
in February under the leadership of loel Pomerantz who did an
excellent job in coordinating the effort. From the fundraising
the class realized over 51000. Pizzas were pre-sold then a
nucleus of the class met in the cafeteria on February I3 to
make the 450 plus pizzas sold- from cardboard platter, then
crust, a cup of pizza sauce, then cheese and oregano, then
pepperoni Q20 slices, kidsll, sausage and for the supreme the
peppers, et al.
Salesmen picked up the pizza from the assembly line and
served as delivery persons. Rhonda Crayton's team won the
sales contest and members could make their own pizzas, Did
they stack it on! laytlye Hitch was highest salesmen with 44
pizzas sold. Class of 1986 looked on in envy- so that means a
second "annual" pizza crunch next year.
Top lo bottom: Assembly line goes to work fdon't give too big a dabllg Truitt, Top to bottomt Carol Forkner knows on which side her pizza is theesetl' Final
Green and Warmath spreadin' the sauce and tossin' the cheese. lane Crane Ritzy step and a hot one- puttin' on the plastice what lun!
from the fundraising organization explains the process.
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lLeft to rightl Kathy Ross, Bill Hahn, Dianna Hunter, Kevin Hayes, Lynne Crandall, David Arca, fseatedj Paul
Maddox, julie Heflen, Steve Fisher, leff Andrews.
THOMAS IEFERSON DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS
THOMAS IEFEERSON HIGH SCHOOL
NOVEMBER 30 AND DECEMBER 1, 1984
lack Chesney .... .............. ..... K e vin Hayes T
Brassett .............. .... I eff Andrews T
Charley Wykeham ........ .... P aul Maddox
Lord Fancourt Babberley .... ...... D avid Arca T
Kitty Verdun ............ ..,.. D ianna Hunter T
Amy Spettigue ......... .... L ynne Crandall T
Col. Sir Francis Chesney . . . ......... Bill Hahn
Stephen Spettigue ....,.. ,.... S teve Fisher T
Donna Lucia d'Alvadorez ............ ...... K athy Ross
Ela Delahay .....,.................... .............,......... J ulie Heflen T
leff Andrews, Bill Hahn Paul Maddox, Lynne Crandall
90 - Silver Anniversary
Harry Schanker, director
Dianna Hunter, Kevin Hayes
Photos by Carlson
Iulie Heflen, Steve Fisher with Charley's Aunt
David Arca in his arms.
Bill Hahn, Kathy Ross
Director .......... .... H arry Schanker
Assistant Director ...... ....., A llison Truitt T
Stage Manager ................ .... T odd Robertson T
Assistant Stage Manager ........... ..... T ina Crabtree T
Scenery and Lighting Designed by .... .... H arry Schanker
Backdrop ..,.................... ........ l on lung
House Manager .... ....... K ari Smith T
Properties ...,.. . . . Wendy Wasson T
Costumes . . . . . . Lisa SanFilippo T
Tickets .... .... R osann Markano
Programs .... .... A llison Truitt and
Cover Design .... ................ I eff Andrews
Publicity ..... ......... C hairman - Steve Fisher
leff Andrews, Kevin Hayes and
Cast and Crew
Andreas Edrich, Craig Gilbert- T, lohn Hamilton,
lon Krimmel, Damian Lemak, Larry Hamilton,
Tricia Robertson, lulie Susman.
T - Denotes member of the
International Thespian Society
by Amy Shatz
The opening play of the 1984-1985 drama season was l'CharIey's Aunt." This adap-
tation was directed by Harry Schanker with help from student director Allison Truitt.
The play, from all aspects, was a smashing success.
David Arca, with his hilarious portrayal of a man who dresses up as a woman, clear-
ly stole the show.
Equally fine in her role as the real aunt, Kathy Ross seemed to adapt to her role and
to the rest of the cast. Ross played to the audience and acted her role to the hilt,
Kevin Hayes was lack Chesney, Charley's college friend. His role moved the action
of the play along. His interpretation of the character was well done and his English ac-
cent was polished.
Following the performance, Hayes commented that lla lot of adverse problems
before the play helped the cast to pull together." Several costumes and a prop were
stolen during rehearsals.
Production Crew .... ...............................
STAGE CREW, first row, left to right: Iulie Susman, Craig Gilbert, Tina Crabtree, Todd Robertson, Tricia
Robertson. Second row, lohn Hamilton, Mike Brightwell, Andreas Edrich, Larry Nittler.
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Narrator .... ........................ A ndrea Armatas a
Lydia Morton b
lacob ..... ............ B ill Hahn
joseph .... ..... D onald Graves a
Gregg Oliver b
Reuben . . . ..... Steve Fisher
Simeon . . . ..... Kevin Hayes
Levi ...... ..... D avid Marshall
Napthali .... ..... T odd Palmer
Isaacher .... .... I ay Holden
Asher ..... ..... T ae Cho
Dan ...... ..... E ric Gilmore
Zebulu . . . .... Jeff Andrews
Gad ...... . . . Mike Wolfsey
Benjamin . . . ............. Craig Gilbert
ludah ...... ............. o ff night joseph
lshmaelites .... . . . Bill Hahn and Chuck Henebry
Potiphar ...... ............. C huck Henebry
Mrs. Potiphar .... ............ L isa SanFilippo
Baker ....... ..... K evin Hayes
Butler ................. . . . Mike Wolfsey
Pharaoh .................... .... D avid Arca
a - Saturday, Sunday Night
b - Friday Night, Sunday Matinee
Ladies chorus, dancers and wives
Jackie Bolger, Kathye Boline, Kim Brown, Lynne Crandall, Angela
Gould, julie Heflen, Dianna Hunter, Kris Ketelhohn, Mary Lemieux,
Monique McCray, Deanna Miller, Nicole Oliver, Kaarin Pigford,
Lorien Rice, Kim Roberts, Lisa SanFilippo, Kashmira Stokes, Allison
Truitt, lanice Weiler, Caren Wilbanks.
92 - Silver Anniversary
Mr. Harry Schanker, director
Kim Roberts, Kris Ketelhohn. lanice Weiler, Lorien Rice, lackie Bolger,
Diana Hunter, Lynne Crandall. Kevin Hayes, Allison Truitt, Donald
Graves, lay Holden, leff Andrews, lulie Heflen, Gregg Oliver, Mary
Lemieux, Bill Hahn, Eric Gilmore, Deanna Miller, Steve Fisher, David
Marshall, Mike Wolfsey, Tae Cho, Craig Gilbert, Todd Palmer.
Nicole Oliver, Kevin Hayes, Steve Fisher, Mike Wolfsey, jeff Andrews, Tae Cho, Eric
Gilmore, Craig Gilbert, Bill Hahn, David Marshall, lay Holden, Donald Graves, Todd
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Lynne Crandall, Kim Roberts, Mary Lemieux,
Allison Truitt, lanice Weiler, Kris Ketelhohn, Kim
Brown, Kathye Boline, Kashmira Stokes, Deanna
Miller, Monique McCray. lackie Bolger, Lorien
Rice, Caren Wilbanks, lulie Heflen, Nichole Oliver,
Andrea Armatas, Donald Graves, Lydia Morton.
Kevin Hayes, Gregg Oliver, Mike Wolfsey,
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Mike Wolfsey, David Marshall, jeff Andrews, Kevin Hayes, Tae Cho, Steve Fisher.
Donald Graves, lay Holden, Craig Gilbert, Eric Gilmore, Todd Palmer.
Steve Fisher, leff Andrews, Kevin Hayes, Tae Cho, Eric Gilmore, lay Holden. David
Marshall, Todd Palmer, Craig Gilbert, Mike Wolfsey, Donald Graves.
94 - Silver Anniversary
Chuck Henebry, Lisa SanFilippo
Andrea Armatas, David Arca, Lydia Morton
Kari Smith, Tina Crabtree, Susan Yuhasz, Todd Robertson, Kevin Bolger.
lohn Hamilton, Mike Abel.
Brian Landy, Kevin Babb, LeAynne Ashby, David Pahs, Karin Lawson,
Pam Campos, Mark Heavens, lohn Hegel, Gary Susman, Larry Nittler,
Roy Sofstrom. Missing: Mike McGowan, Kyle lones and Steve Mc5wain,
ORCHESTRA . . . ................. Directed by Roy Safstrom
Flute ............ ............ P am Campos
Clarinet ................. , , , Karin l-awgon
Clarinet and Bass Clarinet .... . , , Steve Mqgwain
Soprano Sax .........,. ..,.... l ohn Hegel
Trumpet ..... .... M ark Heavens
Trombone .... ........., D avid Pahs
Guitar ........ ............. B rian Landy
Bass Guitar .... .... K yle lones-Kevin Babb
Keyboard . . . . . . Larry Nittler-Gary Susman
Drum Set . . . ,...... Mike McGowen
Percussion ...............,................... LeAynne Ashby
Director ..................................,.. Harry Schanker
Vocal Director ...... .... S tephen Nye
Orchestra Director .... ....... R oy Safstrom
Choreographer ..... .......... l oan Brown
Student Director .... ..... W endy Ann Wasson
Technical Advisor . . . .......,...... Chris Schanker
Scenic Design ........ . , . Kent Gilbert-Chris Schanker
Stage Manager ......... ........... T odd Robertson
Rehearsal Accompanist .... .... M iranda Blakely
Costumes Chairman ..... .... L isa SanFilippo
Props Chairman . . . ,,,,, Kari Palmer
Publicity ........ ..................... . . .Kathy Ross
Posters ....... ......................... ,... l 0 n lung
Programs . . . ............. Wendy Ann Wasson and Office Staff
Tickets .......... Mrs. Carole Cameron and Mrs. Rosanne Markano
Concessions ........,...... ,,.... ................ D r ama Clu
Ushers ,,,,,.,,,,,.,, ......,............. A therfies
Construction Crew ................. Todd Robertson - Chairman
Assistant Stage Manager .,....................... Tina Crabtree
Mike Abel, Kevin Bolger, Andreas Edrich, Erin Gordon, lohn
Hamilton, lon Krimmel, Paul "Curly" Maddon, Kari Smith and Susan
"joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" was presented
at four performances on February 22, 23 and 24 with two perfor-
mances on February 24. The production was presented through
special arrangements with Music Theatre International.
"The Miracle Worker"
"The Miracle Worker" was presented as the spring drama offering
by the Drama Club under direction of Harry Schanker. The play was
presented in the auditorium on May 2 and 3.
A vocal dance and music concert featuring the vocal and dance
departments was an offering May 8, 9 and 10. Silver Anniv
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Battle of the Bands
The second annual Rock Wars QBattle of the Bandsl was held
in the Thomas jefferson auditorium March 15 sponsored by
the publications, Iefferson journal newspaper and Aristocrat
yearbook. The event, a popular entertainment feature for the
student body, was well attended.
Among the bands battling it out were:
Screaming Locusts on Diving Boards
In His Crimson Majesty's Service
Gonad and the Giblets
Russ Porter and the Queen City Boys
Bucket O' Copperfield
Panel, top to bottom:
1. "UMMaGUMMA, Part ll"
2. Spectre, Gary Susman, Brian Candy, Mark Meyer
3. Cirkus, Todd Robertson, Larry Nittler, Mark Meyer, Brian Landy
First place, 'Screaming Locusts on Diving
Second place, 'Russ Porter and Queen City
Third place, llCirkus"
Lip Sync Air Band- 1985
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lanuary event, vvas spon-
sored by the Class of
1985 and raised close to
S700 for the class
females and excited fans
helped to make the
auditorium resemble a
Victory tour or Prince and
Springsteen in concert.
Far left panel, top to bottom:
Doug "Huey Lewis" Sanders:
l'The Heart of Rock 'n' Roll."
Gary Susman and Reggie Sad-
dler in Aretha Franklin's
"Respect " lThird place
Dan Vasquez, Leon Vasquez
and Russell Dawn are the "Phil
Collins" brothers. ISS-cond place
Chuck Henebry and Ioel
"Aretha Franklin" Pomerantz
asking for "just a little respect."
lThird place vvinnersl
Right panel, top to bottom:
Vanity 6 members and "Nas-
ty Girls" Rhonda Crayton,
Deadra Green and Dede Cib-
son. lFtrst place wtnnersj
Exhibitionists Eric Stromberg
and Randy Nathan show their
Susman, Pomerantz, Saddler
and Henebry "out of drag."
"Egyptian Lovers" lim Peros,
Russ Porter, Hysear Randell and
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Var it Football 12-1
Coach Herman Motz. We ARE Number I.
Top row Cleft to rightl: Oscar Cedillos. David Epstein, Iamon Franklin, Cary McCummings, Bobby Whiteside, Kelly Carney, Rowley C.l.irk, Victor
Delesus, Tony Wallace. 4th row: Don Drury, Derek Canady, Mike McManus, Steven l-licks, Scott Emeson, De-rick Wright, Eric Coleman, Mitch Bowers,
Michael Small, Robert Defjrassa, Roland Martin. Middle row: Bryan Schiff, Phillip Graham, Asst. Coach Brent Page, Asst. Coach Ken Hughes, Asst
Coach Mark Nichols, Head Coach Herman Motz, Asst. Coach Rex Peters, Asst. Coach Dwight Sweeney, Iohn Absetz, kevin Devine Znrl row kenny
Harris, Iohn Maxwell, Mike Brown, Sean Mitchell, Moses Gutierrez, Mitch Baker, Derek Bryson, Keith Wallace, Alonzo Hampton, Mark Holmes, Mark
lackson. Bottom row: Ron Charleston, Richard Boyd, Andre Patterson, Cary Klein, Donald Graves, Aaron Lesser, Danny Rulittson, Ioe Hornback, Russ
Silver Anniversary - 'IO1
The Varsity Football team had a great season, taking the City title and finishing
32 in the final polls. The only blemish on their 12-1 record came from Arvada in
the State semi-finals. The team was led by returning starters: lohn Maxwell, Russ
Porter, Eric Coleman, loe Hornback, Bryan Schiff, Alonzo Hampton and David
Epstein. Next year's team will be based around Gary McCummings, Oscar
Cedillos, Derek Wright, Roland Martin, Mark Holmes and Scott Emeson.
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Eric Coleman kicks an extra point . .
The T.l. offense set a state record for
points scored with 459 for an average 35.3
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pts. per game. lohn Maxwell led the state in
scoring in his All-City year as well as being the
leading rusher. Iunior Oscar Cedillos also
made All-City as quarterback. The line was led
by Bryan Schiff and Gary McCummings,
another All-League performer.
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The T.l. l'Border Patrol" defense gave up
only 127 total points. Dave Epstein, Derrick
Wright fboth All-Leaguel along with Roland
Martin provided a great defensive line while
loe Hornback returned at linebacker for
another All-City season. Alonzo Hampton,
Eric Coleman and lohn Maxwell combined for
an excellent secondary.
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loe Hornbeck talks it over with Coaches Motz, Peters and Nichols.
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Bryan Schiff and Scott Emeson psyched during the National Anthem.
104 - Silver Anniversary
Top to bottom:
The Border Patrol: There is no passport.
The offense and John Maxwell line up against Wasson.
joint Efforts City M.V,P. Alonzo Hampton pulls away from Overland.
The linemen: Kevin Devine, Bryan Schiff, Scott Emeson, David Epstein and Gary McCummings
The secondary moves it.
The offense tunes up.
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East 20 Y
The Iunior Varsity Football team
coached by Brent Page and
Dwight Sweeney extended their
win streak to 29 games with a 9-O
season. They outscored their op-
ponents 337'32. The team was
led by Thad Zipp, Darrell Diggs,
Tracey Waddles and Matthew
l.V. Football roster: Paul Absetz, Andre Archie, Matthew Bell, Bert Bennett, Sean Boykin, lon Boyd, Craig Brown, Tony Carr, lulio Delesus,
Mark Dennis, Darrell Diggs, Russell Drabek, Mike Falco, Rodney Felton, Chad Fey, Monwell Fuller, Craig Harrer, Bill Hurley, Mike Howe,
Alex Iackson, C.I. Iohnson, Scott Kerbaugh, Lyndon Knowles, Kyle Love, Orlando Martin, Colin McDonald, Scott Onodera, lim Peros, Ed
Porter, Dan Purcell, lason Romero, Sancho Quintanna, Cameron Smith, Milton Smith, Matt Spurlock, lay Strear, Mike Sundling, Mark
Temple, Bill Thorell, Tracey Waddles, Rudy Watson, Thad Zipp.
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Coach lohn McLaughlin. Bot -Steve Sanders, Masud Noorzai, Mark Motazidi, Mark Wiess, Mark Griffin, Mirwais Noorzai, Mustafa Noorzai.
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What a year for the Men's Soccer team. This
was a season for bigger and better oppor-
tunities. Unfortunately, a mishap with
Wheatridge put Thomas Jefferson out of the
race for State. This was a good year for those
who were honored to be chosen for the All-
State teams. This included Louie Meay and
Mustafa Noorazi. Tl students should all look for-
ward to next year for another outstanding
Although the team will lose many to gradua-
tion, both Varsity and lunior Varsity promise to
be tough again next year with the returning let-
termen and a strong response from the younger
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Sept. 18 lefferson vs. Montbello
Sept. 20 lefferson vs. North
Sept. 25 lefferson vs. G. Washington
Oct. 2 Kennedy vs. lefferson
Oct. 9 Lincoln vs. lefferson
Oct. 16 lefferson vs. East
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A Top- joel Pomerain, Rick Maenpa, Nelson Perkins, Greg Thomas, Dan Miller, Dave Foster, Iustin Prochnow, Ted Vandervean. Next -Coach Duncan Hopwood, Doug
Sanders, Oscar Tobar, Drew Hagestad, Ieff Baucum, joel Nispel, Sean Stewart, lan Anderson, Gary Fitch. Next- Dan Foster, Steve Crouchar, Ted Gutshall, Tyler Green, Kelly
Ahlstrand, left Shepard, Dennis Brown, Steve Wright. Bottom - Mike Haight, lon Branch, Chris Young, Steve Sarche, Breck Yoo, Kevin Motazedi.
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this lunior Varsity Team.
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Twenty-five years of tennis- the tirst tennis team in 1960-61.
Brian playing tough, real tough.
TENNIS TEAM PLACES SECOND IN CITY. The Men's tennis team
came out on top again this year, ending the season with a record
of 8-1. Guided by Coach lohn Miles, the team finished second in
city behind Manual.
Top play came out of Brent Handler, who placed second in
both City and District play. With Handler only a sophomore, the
team can expect going even better in upcoming years. Other top
players included Timur Dogan and Eric Stromberg, who finished
second in City, Dogan finished third in City and went on to place
fourth in Districts.
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Eric Stromberg shows how it's done.
Coach Milo is not only coach of tennis
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Back row: Matt Ellis, Mike Miller, Steve Duris, Drew Dines, Mike Mellin, loey Mash, Chris Milne, Tom Almon, Todd Landow, Coach Paul Epstein. From row. Allen Lerner, Scott
Keefer, Maggie Fawcett, Ron Schachet, Mike Bollman, Eric Miller, Marc Kessel, Melanie Warmath.
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Golf Team Finishes
Third in City
When final golf match play ended for the Denver Prep
League, Tl placed third in city behind East and Manual,
who tied as league champs.
Top individual honors went to Christoph tC.C.J Milne
who finished with a season average of 79.4. Tom Almon
was 1110 with an average of 83.2, and Melanie Warmath
ranked it14 with an 84.8 average.
Although the team did not do as well as planned, Chris
Milne can be expected with co-hort and very close com-
panion William Aurther to produce another outstanding
year in '85.
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Women's Volle ball
Susan Leety, Debby Young, Tiffany Knot, Abby English, Tina Monroe.
Team looks on,
next - Coach lan White, Cindi Albi, Angie Weinger, Rachel Rosenberg, Missy Morgan, Stacey Averch.
next- lonas Temple, Marcy Card, Chris Sullivan. bottom - Loretta Lopez, Susan Lopez.
Volleyball Team Captures City
'- After a long streak of wins, the Girls' Volleyball team moved
on forcefully to capture the City Title. The girls then faced
District Competition in which they were to battle Overland in a
losing fight. The team ended with an impressive record of 9
wins and 4 losses. There is not a bit of doubt that Cindi Albi,
Debby Young, Susan Leety, and Missy Morgan won't be the
force behind another winning season.
Montebello vs. Iefferson
Iefferson vs. North
Iefferson vs South
West vs. Iefferson
Kennedy vs. Iefferson
Manual vs. Jefferson
Washington vs. Iefferson
Iefferson vs. Montbello
South vs. Iefferson
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The T.l. Cross Country
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lWomenl, as most of the
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runners who did better than
expected. Some of the
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ners were Diana Romero
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whom placed very well in
Denver. Other stand-outs
included Iason Smith, Nadia
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Top row tleft to rightl: Adam Gotlieb, Sean Dumars, Rex Canady, lason Smith, Todd Robertson, Chris Dorton. Middle row: Brian Heflen, Iason luba,
Marcus Beasley, Coach Ken Lehrer, Steve Lugger, David Mendigorin, lerry lenson. Bottom row: lennilyn McCahan, Kimberly Margolis, Nadia Noorzai,
Amy Pederson, Andrea Ransom, Diana Romero, Anne Paciaroni.
Silver Anniversary - 119
Top row Ueft to rightj: Heather lohnson, Shawna Miles, Gretchen Gruett, lenny Harvey, Tara Suhr, Mimi Arnold, Mary Lemieux, 4th row: Chrissy Morton, Kamie Wright, Tara
Heinschel, Stephanie Mateev, Christine Thomson, Trish Fiedler. Middle row: Kerri Crigler, Tina Newman, Kris Steele, Chris Graves, Cheryl Seidel, Rhonda Crayton, Heather
Lingwood, Lisa Miller, Coach leannie Peppel. 2nd row: Lisa Toland, Emily Bruhin, Chrissy Keller, julie Heflen, Nanci Perlmutter, Stacy Myles, Mindy Shwayder. Bottom row:
ludy Schaefer, Betsy Lewis, Barb Boland, Nancy Strauss, Christina Elmer, Mona DiCarIo.
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For the first time under Coach Leonard King, the Women's Gym-
nastics team took the City Title. Tanya Lemak led the Varsity team
with her second all-around award as she also took first on the beam,
second on the vault and fourth on the floor. ln the city meet, joanna
Mabunga and Caren Wilbanks helped to steer the junior Varsity
team to remarkable performances. In addition to Tanya, other stand-
outs included co-captains Amy Shatz and Ann Horsky. Outstanding
j.V.'s included Erin Sullivan, Beth Adams and Michelle Bagwin.
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Top row tleft to rightj: Amy Kessel, Beth Adams, Kristin Smith, Sharri Lyons, Tanya Lemak, Captain, Ann Horsky, Kelly Sullivan, Amy Shatz, Captain, Erika
Doherty, Middle row, Kent Emeson, Todd jefferson, Elizabeth Culbertson, Kelly Leatherwood, Erin Sullivan, Karen Lyday, Summer Bennett, j.j. Hitch,
Damian Lemak, john. Bottom row: jennifer Classen, Michelle Bagwin, Caren Wilbanks, joanna Mabunga, Heather Palmer, Tracy Monroe, Coach
122 - Silver Anniversary
To laugh is -to risk appearing the fool.
To weep is -to risk appearing sentimental.
To reach out for another is -to risk involvement.
To expose feelings is -to risk exposing your true self.
To place your ideas, your dreams before the Crovvd is -to risk
To love is -to risk not being loved in return.
To live is -to risk dying.
To hope is -to risk despair.
To try is- to risk failure.
But risks must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to
risk nothing. The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has
nothing and is nothing. He may avoid suffering and sorrovv, but
he simply Cannot learn, feel, change, grow, love - live, Chained
by his certitudes, he is a slave, he has forfeited freedom.
Only a person who risks is free.
Men's Varsity Basketball
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year as the Men's Basketball team did
not play to their potential, Finishing the
season with about a .500 record, the
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i year. Outstanding players to watch
were Brad Hagestad, Ioe Hornback and
Harry Hollines. Next year looks brighter
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Good luck, men.
Silver Anniversary - 'l25
Same Time Next Year
Tl basketballers suffered from lack of
tall players to rebound and dunkg
however, the team never gave up the
spirit of winning and went into every
game with Spartan pride. Powerhouses
West, George Washington and Manual
came to the front-but watch out for
the same time next year!
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Coach Len Ashford, Brent Handler, Tony Smith. Bot- Rod Easterling, Greg Thorell, Charles Elwood, Glen Steele, lon Drury, Dedan Butler, Bill Thorell,
This year had many good times. With all the
new players, the junior Varsity finished with a
nice record. Under the direction of Coach Len
Ashford the players gained new basketball skills
throughout the whole year. Many players excell-
ed through practice and games, such players as
Dedan Butler, Tony Smith, Greg Thorell and
others. Expect another good season next year
from this Thomas Jefferson team.
Silver Anniversary - lZ9
Women's Varsity Basketball
The TJ. Women's Basketball Team had a super year. They had
a few ups and downs this season, but hung tough to finish second
in the D.P.L. Even after losing one of their top players, Tiffany
Knott, the girls maintained one of the state's top rankings. Starting
leaders included, two-time All-City selection Andrea Ransom,
Senior Amy Pederson, juniors Cindi Albi and Missy Morgan, and
Sophomoe Valerie Spencer. The ladies made a great showing this
year and look to be good again next year.
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Lopez. Middle row: Kristin Smith, Lisa Vad, lennifer Lofgren, Missy Morgan. Bottom row: Valerie Spencer, Lucretia McCoy, Cindy Alba, Hyler jones, Mic e e uman.
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Top row lleft to rightly Coach lan White, Chrris Sullivan, Kristin Prather, Nicole Canino, Andrea Ransom, Amy Pederson, Tiffany Knott, Regina lohnson, lennifer Laman,
Shannon Fey, Asst. Coach Madrid, Loretta Lopez. Middle row, Valerie Spencer, Lisa Vad, Kristin Smith, Lisa Brenner, laneene lohnson, lennifer Lofgren, Missy Morgan,
Michelle Human. Bottom row, Chantelle King, Lucretia McCoy, Cindy Albi, Hyler jones, Shaundra Holley.
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once again proved to be the force in the D.P.L.
as swimmers and divers left opponents in their
wake in meet after meet. Captains Darren Siegel
and jay Reetz led the team to victory along with
diver, Todd Keener, and Dirk Bouma. Reetz and
Bouma, both only juniors, will return next year
for Coach Leonard King, along with outstanding
freshmen, Paul Harrison and jeff Shepard.
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The 1985 Men's Swimming roster: Michael Baggett, Eddie Bauserman, Gregory Boester, Michael Bollman, Matt Bottone, Dirk Bouma, Rowley Clark, Alec Dinner, Chris
Dorton, Sean Dumars, Steven Duris, Thomas Edrich, Matthew Ellis, jordan Friedman, jeffrey Greenstein, john Hamilton, Paul Harrison, Brian Heflen, Steven Higgins,
Todd jefferson, Todd Keener, Timothy Kitchell, Lucky Mamiletti, Terrence Noonan, jay Reetz, jonathon Sarche, Mike Shatz, jeffrey Shepard, Darren Siegel, Eric Smith,
Keith Wallace, Mark Weiss.
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row: Coach Duncan Hopwood, Diana Romero, Steve Benoit, Derrick Canady, Darryl Diggs, Gregg Burgess, Darin Harringgton, Dan Purcell, Mark Dennis, lames Cox, Kathy
Dorton, Coach Steve Chavez. Kneeling: Moises Gutierrez, Ari Litvin, Roger Felton, lohn lefferson, Ron Binkley, Steve Fleet, Mike Sundling, Dave Artzer, Sean Stewart, Ruben
Rivera, Chris Artzer. Sitting: Mark Holmes, Mike Tedesco, Gary Klein, Derick Wright fcaptainj, Steve Wright fcaptainj, lonas Tempel, Victor Dickerson, lason Romero, Mike
This year's men's wrestling team did quite well. With many strong upperclassmen, the
team was able to produce a .500 season.
Excellent wrestling from Derick Wright lrightl put himself into state competition in which
he really showed his abilities. With all the young players' turnout and returning lettermen, a
good season is projected for next year.
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Some day when you re feeling Important
Some day when your ego s ln bloom
Some day when you have the feelnng
You re the most Important ln the room
Take a bucket and full lt wnth water
Stuck your hand ID up to the wnst
Pull lt out and the hole that remains
ls a measure of how much you ll be mlssed
You may splash all you wlsh when you enter
Star the water around galore
But you fund when you flnally leave ll
lt s exactly the same as before
So as you follow your dally agenda
Always do the best that you can
Be proud of yourself but remember
There IS no Indispensable rnan
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Girl ' Lacrosse
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Var ity Baseball
The 1985 Varsity baseball team
under Coach Steve Chavez will be
looking to defend its city title. With
returning starters loe Hornback,
Scott Bomgaars and Derek Dodd,
chances were looking good as the
yearbook deadline neared. Bryan
Schiff along with juniors Phillip
Graham and Oscar Cedillos also look
to be major forces on the team.
' Varsity Baseball Schedule
Opp. . Date Site
South Mar. 18 T.l.
Qtilncoln Mar. 20 Lincoln I
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l.F,K. Mar, 25 ACF
QNorth Mar. 27 North
Manual Mar. 29 ACF
QEast Apr. 10 East
QSouth Apr. 12 ACF
QMontbello Apr, 15 ACF
East Apr. 18 ACF
West Apr. 20 ACF
QIFK, Apr. 23 l.F.K.
G.W. Apr, 25 T.l.
North Apr,27 ACF
Lincoln May 1 ACF
QManual May 3 ACF
Sub-Districts May 8, 9, 11 ACF
State May 16, 17, 18 ACF
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Rick Boxer, Derek Dodd, Adam Ryne, Gary McCummings, Don Drury, Bryan Schiff, Gary Klein, Greg Thorell, Craig Brown. Not Pictured: Oscar Cedillos, Phillip Graham, Scott
Bomgaars Darren Siegel. Photo by Mathew Bottone.
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Back row, L to R: Abby English, Laura luba, Chris Morton, Michelle Trautman, Nadia Noorzai, Lisa Toland, Diana Romero, Coach lohn
McLaughlin. Second row, L to R: jennifer Lofgren, Cindy Albi, Trish Massie, Kristin Stewart, Karen Sadler, Eileen Nittler. Front row, L to R:
Natalia Zawadowych, ludy Schaefer, Amy English, Georgy Hughes, Missy Dormish.
Returning IV players
Bottom row, L to R: Connie Graham, Kathy Dorton, Lisa Toland, Nadia Noorzai, Deanna Miller, Debbie Puckett, Coach john McLaughlin.
Front row, Lto R: Heather Lingwood, Mary Bollman, ludy Schaefer, Shari Spohr, Shira Weinberg, Missy Dormish, Debbie lack
Ann Mansfield, Tara Heinschel, Jenny Laman, Roberta Engbar, Andrea Graham, Chris Thompson, Kris
Ketelhohn, Chris Graves, Coach lohn McLaughlin. Second row, L to R: jennifer lordon, Eve Brungardt, Robin
Lugger, Ienny Robinson, Val Ginsburg, Karen Decker, Kristin Gaffron, Robyn Perlman, Holly Morton. Front
row, L to R: Seely Collison, Heather Palmer, lenny Otten, Lisa Paschke, Lisa Vad, jennifer Strear, Chris Henry,
Robin Whitten, Carol Truiillo.
Back row, L to R: Coach Duncan Hopwood, Debbie Puckett, Michelle Trautman, Trish Massie, Coach lohn
McLaughlin. Front row, L to R: Kristin Stewart, Deanna Miller. Not Pictured - Tiffany Knott
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The Men's Track Team had a successful season under Coaches Brent Page and Her-
man Motz. The team was led by Russ Porter, Eric Coleman, Steve Hicks and john Max-
well. Roland Martin and Kevin Devine provided strength in the shot and discus.
April 9 Montbello!South!lefferson!West
April 13 DPHSAL Relays
April 16 East!Kennedy!South!lefferson
April 23 North!lefferson!Wesl
April 30 Washingtonfleffersonfwest
May 1 BMeet
May 7 District Meet
May 11 DistrictCo-ed Finals
May 'I7-18 StateMeet
March 21 MontbellofSouthfleffersonfwest
March 28 East!KennedyfSouthflefferson
April 11 Northfleffersonfwest
April 18 Washingtonfleffersonfwest
April 25 BMeet
May 4 Denver Girls' Invitational
May 8 District Prelims
May 11 Co-ed District Finals
May 17-18 State Meet
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1985 Women's Track Team
The Women's Track Team was led by Andrea Ransom, Shenelle Martin and Averi
Mitchell under Coaches White and Madrid.
d hl t' achievements along
The Thomas lefferson Super Spartans are a select group picked on the basis of their academic an at e ic
ith contribution to the school by Bryan Schiff and David Epstein with input by several members of the senior class. They have all
h ' at T.l. and are considered to be true T.l. Spartans,
een very active during t eir years
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Andrea Ransom has been a part of T.l.'s sport scene for three consecutive years.
Andrea has had the honor to be one of two young ladies to letter nine times in
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three different sports, cross country, basketball and trac n rea s y
was hi hli hted by well deserved honors in all three sports. The Girls' Cross-
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Country team was fourth in the city, the Girls' Basketball Team was rated top ten in
the state' and the Track Team was one of the top contenders in the DPL league.
' During her three years at T I Tiffany Knott has lettered in every sport and every
lf a major theme of T.l. is diversity, then Bryan Schiff is a true representative of a
these ast three
T.l. student. Bryan has been very active in the T.l. sports scene p
ears He has played football all three years, starting and lettering for the varsity
team his junior and senior years. As a senior he was selected as an Honorable Men
' b t rned to
tion All-City guard. His sophomore year he played LaCrosse, ut re u
b eball for his 'unior and senior years. This year he hopes to make All-City. Bryan is
also on the Silver anniversary Yearbook staff sports department, while being active
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in the Spanish club and the National Honor Society. He is a member of t e ra ua-
' C mittee Academically Bryan is seventh in the Senior Class with a Ci.P.A. of
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4.59 and has received a letter of commendation for his outstanding achievement
on the PSAT which also qualified him as a National Merit semi-finalist. Next year
Bryan will attend the Business School of the University of Colorado.
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Andrea received many awards due to her athletics including First Team All-City
Basketball for three consecutive years, an individual article in the Mile High Prep
newspaper, and a three-time state qualifier in track. Although athletics is one of An-
drea's forte, school academics is her 111 priority. She holds a 4.2 GPA and plans to
attend U,C.L.A. where she hopes to major in Computer Science.
season in which she has participated. While in her sophomore year, she was involv
ed in l.V. and Varsity basketball and started the Varsity soccer team. As a junior, she
tried volleyball for the first time and lettered, playing both l.V, and Varsity. Also that
ear Tiffany started both the Varsity basketball team and soccer teams. ln her
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senior year, her main position on the Varsity volleyball team was striker, the team
took the city championship. She started Varsity basketball and plans to play soccer
again this spring. She has lettered twice in volleyball, twice in soccer and three times
in basketball. Along with her school sports, she has played two seasons of A.A.U.
basketball. Tiffany was also on a tennis team for three years and played on a co-ed
football team. Her plans are to continue playing sports at Fort Lewis College and to
become a Veterinary Technician, Tiffany suffered a knee injury while competing in
basketball this year and retired for six weeks to recuperate.
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Barb Boland has competed on a competitive AAU year-round swimming team for four-
teen years. She lettered and qualified for the State Championships all three years on the
TJ. women's swimming team, and her senior year she was co-captain and placed at
State. She also received the lim Hartman Award, given to the Outstanding Senior
Women's Athlete in Denver for swimming. Besides swimming, Barb participated on the
Lacrosse team her sophomore year, and was selected to play in the All Star Lacrosse
State Toumament. Outside of sports, Barb is very active in school activities. She has been
in the Pre-Med Club, Ski Club, Drama Club, Lacrosse Club, and is currently a member of
Atherfies and National Honor Society. She was in Concert Choir her sophomore and
junior years, and enjoys singing very much. Her junior year she was a junior escort, and
was also the TJ. nomination and competitor in the lapanfU.S. Senate Scholarship Pro-
gram. During her senior year she is a student representative on the School Improvement
and Accountability Committee. She is also Chairman of Prom Committee, and very active
on the Senior Luncheon, Mr. TJ., and Graduation Committees. Barb has a GPA of a 4.27,
and hopes to attend the University of California at Santa Barbara for college.
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Joe Hornback currently has a G.P.A. of 3.95 and is in the top 102 of his class. loe has
been involved in athletics at TJ. since his sophomore year, lettering in football, basketball
and baseball. His teams have reached the state playoffs in football twice, basketball once,
and baseball three times. ln his junior year he was voted second team All-City defense in
football, and first team All-City at 2nd base in baseball.
ln his senior year joe made first team All-City defense in football and the joint Effort all
star team. loe was also picked to be captain of the football, basketball and baseball
teams. Due to his great skill and grades, joe was picked as a candidate for the Denver
Post's Golden Helmet Award. In addition to everything else, joe has also found time to
work with the handicapped in the Special Olympics program. loe looks to continue with
athletics in college but intends to concentrate on furthering his education.
Brad Handler has had three very exciting years at TJ. He has been an ardent student,
and was consistently ranked in the top SW, of his class. Has also participated in many ex-
tracurricular activities. Brad played varsity tennis for two years, was in three drama pro-
ductions and has participated in forensics for two years. His forensic talent has sent him
all over the country to speak. From 1984-1985, Brad has won dozens of tournaments in
extemporaneous speaking, including the 1984 State Championship, the Governor
Shafroth Tournament, and the Golden-Mullen meet. Other school projects include Na-
tional Honor Society and the Adopt-A-School Program. Brad also served for a year as an
Executive Intern to Lieutenant Governor Nancy Dick. At present, Brad is deciding bet-
ween law and politics or computer science as possible majors in college.
Amy Shatz has attended T.l. since her sophomore year.Last year, she took off a
semester to attend Canyon del Oro High School in Tucson, Arizona. She has lettered
three times in gymnastics and served as co-captain of the city championship team this 4'
year. Amy has spent two years on the staff of the jefferson lournal and was managing
editor her senior year. Amy has also been a member of Atherfies, Graduation Commit-
tee, Mr. Tl Pageant Committee, Spanish Club, and a candy striper at Rose Medical
Center. Earlier in her senior year Amy was featured as one of Channel 4's Super Students.
Amy hopes to attend Harvard, Cornell or Boston University next year.
A if i David Epstein
David Epstein has been involved in TJ. since his sophomore year. Starting with
athletics, David has played football and LaCrosse. in his senior year David was elected to
first-team All-City, first-team loint Effort All-Stars, and second team All-State for his
outstanding ability as a defensive end in football. On the LaCrosse field David is a
defenseman as well as an officer in the club. David has served on the Student Council as
All-School President. He is also active in the Speech Club where he competes in exem-
poraneous speaking. David is on the staff of the 25th Anniversary Aristocrat yearbook. ln
his spare time, David enjoys working with animals. He owns a four-year-old registered
American-bred Quarter Horse which he rides regularly. He also has raised and trained a
Golden Retriever dog with whom he spends much of his free time. David is also active in
a youth group and held the persidency of his Chapter his junior year. David plans to at-
tend either Colorado College or Colorado State University.
lulie Heflen has been very active in her years at T.l. She has lettered in Girls' swimming
twice. In addition, she is the secretary-treasurer of the Drama Club, has played in South
Pacific, CharIie's Aunt and loseph, along with being in the orchestra of Annie. She is also
active on the stage crew. lulie is also secretary of the National Honor Society and was a
class representative in her junior year. She will graduate in the top 1000 of her class.
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Science Fiction Club
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lournal Rated Fourth
Best Newspaper in
The jefferson lournal, school newspaper, is a communica-
tion instrument forthe citizens of Tl and the Tl community with
a circulation each month of 2,100. Newspapers are mailed
home by members of the LEAF organization.
The publication with its modern graphic outlook has been
rated fourth best newspaper in the state by the Colorado Press
Association, bested by Number one Cherry Creek and other
Aurora and Douglas County schools which boast a much
higher budget for production. The lournal receives 52,000 a
year as a subsidy from the school district and must make up
other operational and printing costs from student sales and
This year an IBM-PC computer was added to the staff office
in Room 217 which is used by both the lournal and the
Artist Ion lung, reporter Ann Mansfield with Cowperthwaite
ational Honor Society
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OFFICER TEAM: itop row, l to rl lohn Kauffmann, vice president, Danny
Weiss, president. iBottom row, I to rj Larry Steller, officer-at-large,
Debbie Puckett, publicity director, Randy Nathan, treasurer, Nancy
Strauss, secretary, Peter Barron, contest chairman.
REPRESENTATIVES: il to rj Erin Sullivan, Abby English, Vern Engbar, Debby Young
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The Thomas lefferson Marketing and
Distributive Education Club is one of the
most successful DECA programs in the
state. Under the leadership of Danny
Weiss, the chapter president, and the
Chapter Officer Team during 1984-85,
many accomplishments were made.
Among the achievements were four
district offices and forty-two state com-
petition qualifiers. The Chapter held
many fundraisers to help sponsor
District, State, and National competitors.
These fundraisers utilized the business
skills of the chapter members.
Some of the planned events Tl DECA
involved the students with were the in-
stallation ceremony, 'lBuddy" luncheon,
Kris Kringle holiday activities, ski trip,
employerfemployee banquet, orienta-
tion and election breakfast, and the Spr-
ing Break trip.
The Chapter is extremely proud of its
work with May D8tF in providing inven-
tory and sales assistance and en-
couragement of other companies to
promote "Free Enterprise."
In addition, the Chapter Officers
would like to thank its Advisory Com-
mittee members under the direction of
chairman, Steve Mithuen, for the many
hours of helpful services provided this
DECA members receive training at Kris Kr-
ingle and Buddy Iuncheons,
DECA officers at Frisco.
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Michelle Abramson, Kim Alexander, lalaina Alums, Mimi Arnold, Michele Baggin, Dawn Barr, Summer Bennet, Lisa
Brenner, Christy Brinkley, Caryn Brunschwig, Dina Cella, Ronette Clark, Rhonda Crayton, Pat Dugan, Rod
Easterling,Ronnette Ellis, Charles Elwood, Katy Fain, Carole Frank, Lynnica Franklin, Helen Garnes, Erin Gibson,
Pamela Goens, Angela Gould, Andrea Grahm, Deadre Green, Shannon Hanneman, Cindy Harden, Ayesha Hasan,
Michelle Hawkins, Gina Hayutin, Darlene Herman, Nicole Hoard, Danielle Hudley, Valerie lackson.
Shannon Keenan, Shauna Kennan, Chantell King, Marnie Knight, Rona Knudson, Kim Langely, Cindy Lawritson,
Aimie Lee, Kresta Lee, Faye Lightner, Shannon Lillie, Robin Lugger, Lucretia McCoy, Lisa Mosley, Rochelle Mosley,
Ann Munro, loann Nakata, Elizabeth Ohlson, Heather Palmer, Robyn Perlman, Kaarin Pigford, Rhonda Porter, Kathy
Price, Meta Ray, Tonya Riley, Brook Riney, Latoya Robins, Kelly Roots, ludy Shaefer, Denise Shirley, Mindy
Shwayder, Chauncy Sims,
Nikki Smith, Patti Smith, Darcia Soldan, len Strear, Simone Swinson, Phaedra Taylor, Rana Thomas, Amanda
Tolbert, Nicole Townsie, Lisa Vad, Danyelle Watkins, Kirsten Whitlow, Vonica Wiggins, Elizabeth Wilcox, jennifer
Williams, Kimberly Wiliamson, Erica Winn, Cindy Withrow, Lisa Young.
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Clockwise: Russ Dawn, representative, Theresa
Simsiman, treasurer, Stephanie Mateev, vice-
president, Susan Yuhasz, secretary. Not shown:
Tara Heinschel, president, Mark Holmes,
representative, Missy Morgan, representative.
Cindy Anton, Paul Atkinson, Chris Barker, Scott
Bomgaars, Russ Dawn, Andreas Edrich, Scott
Emeson, Carl Forkner, Iulie Gravely, Brad
Hagestad, Drew Hagestad, Tara Heinschel, Mark
Holmes, Georgy Hughes, Marv: Kessel, Karen
Klein, Sam Koontz, Todd Landow, leannie Lei,
Stephanie Mateev, Mike Morgan, Randy Nathan,
Dawn Rasmussen, Steve Saliman, Alex Sheppard,
Theresa Simsiman, David Tepoorten, Mindy
Tobin, Lisa Weiss, Steven Wright, Susan Yuhasz.
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Abramson, Kim BYOWF1, Darlene Herman, Cindy Whitmill
Velerie Griffin Regina Avila
Tracey Davis, Marnie Wilson, Bernice Reed Wynna VonEngen, Laura Goodwin, Colleen Milton
Michelle Abramson, Tammy Beard, Tracey Davis, Valerie Griffen, Darlene Herman, Cindy Whitmill, Marnie Wilson, Regina Avila, Kim Brown,
Laura Goodwin, lerilyn Hitch, Colleen Milton, Bernice Reed, Wynn VonEngan
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Todd Palmer Shawn Garrett
Kelly Ahlstrand, Michelle Anderson, joe Auer, Greg Boester, Brian Geller, Rich Cohn, Greg Clutter,
Mike Diamond, Russel Drabek, Sean Dumars, David Epstein, Steve Fleet, Bill Flegas, Danny Foster,
David Foster, Jordan Friedman, Shawn Garrett, Mary Goedicke, Adam Gotlieb, lim Griffin, Paul
Maddox, lerry Masoudi, lon Masoudi, Stephanie Mateev, Susy McFarland, Scott Onodera, Todd
Palmer, Rachel Rosenberg, Ronny Schachet, Michael Becky Shafer, Doug Sommer, Todd Sharp, Phil
Sperling, Douglas Thompson, Ben Wilson, Rob Wooters
Brad Handler is pictured with his
1984 state championship trophy
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FLUTE: Pam Campos, luli Feldman, Caren Wilbanks, Daylene Chandler, Angela Gould, Leaynne Ashby, Marnie
Wilson, Ioanna Kallas, Lori Taylor, Colleen Milton, Kim Gordon, Molly O'Dowd CLARINET: Debbi Mountain, Karin
Lawson, Stephanie Edwards, jackie McCummings, Alberta lackson, Valerie Griffin, Steve McSwain SAXOPHONE:
Iohn Hegal, Cory Kispert, Lonnie Wiesenberger, lay Pammerhen, Greg Thomas, Regina lohnson, Rowley Clark
TRUMPET: Mark Havens, Aaron Lesser, Mike Proebstle, Mitch Baker, Craig Huber, Keith Chandler, jeff Greenstein
TROMBONE: David Pahs, Scott McDonald, Larry Nittler, Dan Miller, Mat Ellis, lonathon Branch, lay Holden, Tim
Kitchell, Richard Smith, Scott Klinkerman PERCUSSION: Todd Robertson, Craig Gilbert, Julian Lanier, Steve Higgins.
FLUTE: Delbert Butcher, Chontelle Clear, Monique Seals, Felicia Sullivan, Sharon Adams OBOE: lennelyn McCahn,
Kelli jones CLARINET: lon Krimmel, Shaunte Boyd, lon Hamilton, lan Kitz SAXOPHONE: Chris Young, Kerry
Chandler, Eric Stoffel TROMBONE: Kyle Love
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Turner, Lynette Avrin VIOLA: Alex Sheppard, Bruce Swope, Kyle Deutsch, Lynne Stoffel, Damian Lemak CELLO:
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SAXOPHONE: Scott Lee, Mark Meyer, lon Hegal, lim Schneider, Tony Wallace, Shawn Dawkins, Rowley Clark
TRUMPET: Mark Hevens, Keith Wallace, Michael TROMBONE: David Pahs, Larry Nittler, Steve Fleet, Richard Smith
SET: Mike McGowan, Frank Vigil PIANO: Tara Suhr, Nicole Oliver, GUITAR: Brian Landy, Lauriene Velasquez BASS:
Kevin Babb, Kyle lones
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jennifer Abel, Karen Anderson, Miranda Blakely, jackie Bolger, Shana Chambers, judi Cooper,
Lynne Crandall, Steve Fisher, julie Freedberg, Muffin Gaskin, Donald Gilmore, julie Heflen,
Tara Heinschel, Dianna Hunter, jennifer Iordan, julian Lanier, David Marshall, Chizuru Matsui,
Andrea McDaniel, Kristie McLaughlin, Lisa Miller, Laura Naff, Tina Newman, Maurine
O'Dowd, Kari Palmer, Cherie Roberton, Tricia Robertson, Shauna Schlichenmayer, julie
Susman, Lisa Toland, Angie Weigner, janice Weller, Kelly Welker, Elizabeth Wilcox, jennifer
Williams, Kamie Wright, Alisa Wright, Lonnie Weissenberger, Louniece Yarbrough, Molly
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Gary Curry, DeeDee Davis, Sherri Durfee, Tracy Evans, Carole Frank, Felicia
Cadison, Deanna Hampton, Chris Henry, Mellissa Huntington, Heidi Ingrahm,
Kelli jones, Connie Kraber, Shannon Lillie, Regina Luian, Lana Martins, Lovell
Meekins, Kaarin Pigford, Marlene Quintana, Kelli Roots, Nadia Saylor, William
Scott, Gail Shaw, jeff Shepard, joe Spencer, Mira Stokes, Tamu Taylor,
The Tj choirs were very active this year presenting school assemblies, community concerts and evening programs. ln
addition to performing a Fall Concert, Winter Holiday Concert and Music in Our Schools Week concert, all the choirs
sang and danced in the Spring Musical Arts Festival at Tj. Eight singers sang with Barry Manilow at McNichols Stadium, fif-
teen choir members were chosen for membership in the DPS Citywide High School Choir, and the Silver Anniversary
Choir travelled to Alamosa, Colorado, to sing in the Adams State College Choir Festival in the fall, and to California to sing
at Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, and Sea World during Spring Break.
E y Silver Anniversary Choir
Members include: David Arca, Andrea Armatis, Miranda Blakely,
Steve Fisher, Craig Gilbert, Donald Graves, Kevin Hayes, lay Holden,
Meli Hughes, Kris Ketelhohn, David Marshall, Chizuru Matsui,
Andrea McDaniel, Angela McDaniel, Deanna Miller, Lydia Morton,
Gregg Oliver, Nicole Oliver, Kim Roberts and Shauna
The Monticello Singers are a new addition to
Thomas Jefferson, continuing the tradition of outstan-
ding musical performances established by McGregor's
Beggars, Under the leadership of Nicole Oliver, presi-
dent, Kim Roberts, treasurer, Meli Hughes, secretary,
Steve Fisher, transportation co-ordinatorp and Andrea
McDaniel, scheduling co-ordinator, the Monticello
Singers completed a busy year of performances for
school programs, nursing homes, community groups,
country clubs, civic centers, and DPS functions, They
hope to continue to promote fine music in the public
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"Baby Blue" Rhonda Crayton, Senior president "Godfather" Don Graves, Senior vice president
Costumes and setting courtesy of Seams Like Olde Times
Silver Anniversary Photos by Carlson.
Harold Mason and Delores Knight, class advisersg Carole Cameron, graduation adviser.
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Nick Carter representative
Chris Milne, representative
Mike Milstein, representative
Leadership of the junior class this year was made up of all
boys and through their leadership, the class forged ahead with
many class activities, emphasis on fundraisers lHomecoming
"Rowdy Ragsnseemed the most popularj and a general feeling
of pride for the whole class. As emphasized on these pages,
the Class Council was on 'lpar" for the course.
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Sophomore Student Council
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David Arca, president
The sophomores have had another suc-
cessful year in council, raising money, selling
spirit buttons and cookies among other pro-
jects. The future looks good for the class of
"87". Keep up the Spirit! lCostumes and set-
ting for pictures courtesy of the Wizard's
Chest. Photos by Carlson.j
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necessarily finish last!
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Toward the Year 2010 . . .
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Hall of Fame
Members of the Silver Anniversary Hall of Fame were selected by the faculty, administration and su port staff tclerks, secretaries,
etc.l This is the 25th year the selection has been made by the faculty with a criteria based upon acacfemics, leadership, school and
community contributions, athletics, among other considerations. This section is not to be confused with the i'Super Spartans" in the
Sports Section. The members appearing here are those considered by the instructional staff to be truly outstanding young
Americans- leaders as Tl goes toward its 50th anniversary in the Year 2010. Autobiographical essays were written by the nominees.
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, Senate ScholarshipProgramcorrqretition.Slrelspresently activeonthe Prom, GradrationandSeniorI.un-
- N cheon Committees. Ilesidestheseactivltienlarberrloys worltingout at Naut us,taldng wlth people,and
MICHAEL BRIGHTWELL has spent a busy three years at Thomas lefferson. He was one of the founders of the Science Flctlon Student Foundation. He par-
tlcirated in l.lncoh-Douglas debate, the National Honor Society, the schooI's accountability committee, various academic competitions, stagecrew, and lunlor
Escort. He has reached the semitlnalst level in the National Merit Competition and was a recipient of the Rensselaer Medal for math and science and the
American Chemical Society Medal. In his "spare" tlrne, he operates his own computer consultinglprogramming business. He plans to attend either Harvey Mudd
Colege or M.l.T. and graduate as a 'general specialist."
LAURA CARTY has been involved in several activities dining her years at Tl. She was a iunior escortand is a rrrenrber of the National Honor Soclety and
Iain received a letter of commendation from the National Merit Sdrolarshir program and was nominated to participate in the National Cotlrcl Teachers of
Englshwritirgcompetitiornlarlahasbeenaconrpetltive iceslraterforsixyearsandhasbeenamedaistinlocabstateandlnterstate competitlons,aswelasa
Next year laura wil attend Washington and Lee University as one of the fist tl! undergraduate women admitted to the school In Its fast year ot co-edrcation.
SCOTT COWPERTHWAITE enjoys an actlve and exciting style both in school and out.
He has been chairman of many programs including fashion shows, music productions, won a publications' award and one of three chosen to partlcbate ln the
Soroptomist award. He has hebed il starting Need Student Clothing and a student-to-student heb program. Scott served on the staff ot the lefferson loumal thr-
ing Ns lunlor year and is erltor-ln-chief this year. He won University of Colorado's lounaist award ln his senlor year.
His out-of-school lrobbles include muslc, physical condltionlng, photography and traveL Scott works as an aerohlcslwelght training instructor at I-lolday Health
src rmks coward concentrating in radio and musical production areas in college. Silver Anniversar
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RHONDA CRAYTON has been involved' in various school activities. She has served on Student
Council for three years. She was sophomore representative, junior class secretaryltreasurer and senior
class president. She was also a member of Atherfies and the vice-president of Pep Club. She lettered
three years in swimming, two years in tennis and went to state in tennis her sophomore year.
During her junior year she was a junior escort and was printed in the 1983-84 edition of Who's Who
Among American High School Students.
Outside schoolshe has been a member of the National Association of Girls' Clubs for 12 years and
served as state and regional president in 1984-85. She also participated in prom, luncheon and graduation
Rhonda plans to attend USC, SMU or CU and major in engineering and pre-med.
IULI FELDMAN who ranks in the top 1096 of the class has been active in many school activities. In-
cluded in these activities: National Honor Society, Graduation, Prom and Homecoming committees,
Atheries and was crowned Homecoming Princess. She was a lunior Escort and a member of the National
Forensic league, Citywide Symphonic and Marching bands, school band, French, lettermen's, Pep and
Speech clubs. luli lettered as a member of the girlsf swim team and manager of the boys' swim team.
In her junior year she became a cheerleader and was selected as a head cheerleader in her senior year.
Outside school, luli is involved in many activities associated with the Central Agency For lewish Educa-
tion. In her spare time she enjoys playing her tlute, reading, swimming and watching old movies. luli will
attend Colorado State University and hopes to pursue a career in public relations and mass
CAROL FORKNER has participated in many activities at Tl. She is vice president of National Honor
Society and was a member of the club her junior year. She has been ga member of the Latin Club, French
Club and Red Cross. She was a lunior Bcort. In her junior year she was an entrant in the Architectural
Design Contest sponsored by the National Association of Women in Construction. She received an
honorary award for academic achievement from Who's Who Among American High School Students and
was awarded the National History and Govemment Award by the United States Achievement Academy.
She is a member of the Prom and Graduation Committees.
Outside school Carol has been involved with her church youth group. She enjoys hiking, dancing, and
playing the piano. Carol plans to attend the University of Denver or Colorado State University where she
will major in joumalism and mass communications.
SHAWN GARRETT being nominated as an outstanding senior was a pleasant surprise. Shawn has
been involved in many activities at T.l., including Forensics, French Club, lunior Escorts, National Honor
Society, Atherfies, and Graduation Committee. She has been involved in the community as well as in
school for the past three years. Shawn received a travel scholarship to Takayama, lapan, in the summer of
1984. During her three-week stay, she enjoyed such delicacies as raw Esh, squid and eel!
Shawn was employed forthe remainder of the summer under the U.S.D.A. Research Apprenticeship
program at a govemmental research laboratory. ln her spare time, Shawn enjoys partying, skiing, reading,
writing and-admittedly-being lazy! Shawn has applied to several universities, but is leaning toward the
idea of travelling and skiing before continuing on to college.
KENDA GREEN is proud to be an Outstanding Senior for the Class of 1985. Her favorite things about
Tl are the people and the activities. Kenda was a member of the swim team her junior year. She served on
Student Comcil as the Senior Class secretaryltreasurer, attended the 1984-85 State leadership Con-
ference, and was a member of various committees such as Prom Committee, Graduation Committee, and
Senior luncheon Committee. In addition to her school activities, Kenda has held a job throughout all
three years of high school, is a member of Tl's DECA club and Atherfies. In her spare time she likes to ski,
swim, and spend time with her friends. Kenda's future plans include attending college at Drake University
in Des Moines, Iowa, and someday becoming an attomey or a politician.
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, CHUCK HENEBRY has played varsity soccer and lettered his senior year. He served as vice-
president of Spanish Club and participated in the Science Fiction Club. He played the role of Potiphar in
the allaschool musical loseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Academically, he is in the top 596
of his class and recelved a Letter of Commendation for his PSAT scores. Outside school, he is an Eagle
Scout and is involved in church activities. Chuck enjoys skiing, biking, Dire Straits, the Ogden Theater and
IOE HORNBACK has been involved in Tl athletics since his sophomore year, lettering in football,
basketball and baseball. His teams have reached the state playoffs in football twice, basketball once and
wil hopefully reach state for third time in baseball this spring.
In junior year he was voted second team Allfity defense in football and first team second base in
baseball. His senior year loe made 1st team defense on the all-city and lolnt Effort teams and was picked
captain of the football, basketball and baseball teams. He was a candidate for the Denver Post's All-
Acadernic Golden Helmet Award. loe currently has G.P.A. of 3.95 and is in the top 1096 of his class. He
would like to continue athletics at an undecided college but intends to concentrate on furthering his
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RICHARD LEE has had an exciting, fun-filled three years at T.l. He was a member of the National
Honor Society, sewing as president in his senior year. He has been active in the Spanish Club and was in-
volved as a junior escort and on the graduation committee. However, ltich's favorite activity has been the
T.l. baseball team, playing lunior varsity and then varsity as a senior. He is interested in most all sports,
especially skiing and golf. He plans on attending an eastem college and future long-term career plans are
undecided. 4 -
TANYA LEMAK has enloyed her time spent here at Tl. For three years l competed on the varsity
gymnastics team, twice winning City and the Linda loy Antonio Traveling Plaque. She was a three-time
state qualifier, a district champ and a team captain this year. She is the l.R.0.T.C. 8th Battalion Staff Supp-
ly Officer with the rank of first lieutenant. Through l.R.0.T.C., it was possible to win the Air Force
Association Outstanding Aerospace Student of Colorado Award, a nomination as a candidate for Military
Bal Queen, and a Congressional Nomination to the U.5. Merchant Marine Academy. She was a 1984
lunior Escort and a member of Atherfies. She accepted a full scholarship and will attend Utah State
TALIA MELANIE MCCRAY is a member of The Society of Distinguished American High School
Students, Who's Who Among High School Students, and the National Honor Society. ' A -
During the summer of 1984, she received a scholarship to study at Colorado School of Mines. This pro-
gram was deslgned to familiarize outstanding ethnic minority students with college engineering and
science. . '
She is active in the United Methodist Church. She, served on the National Youth Ministries Organiza-
tion, fNYMOj. She became national president of the Ethnic Minority Youth Concems Committee which is
a part of NYMO. ln 1983 Talia was sent as a reporter to the lntemational Christian Youth Conference in
Nassau Bahamas. In 1984 I was elected a director of the General Board of Global Ministries. This board
sets world wide policy conceming missionary work,'and other social and religious issues.
Her ultimate goal is to become an engineering lawyer, an ambassador, or the first Black woman to
serve on the US Supreme Court. .
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USA PETERSON has been involved in competitive figure skating since she was thirteen years old.
She skates every moming before school at 5:00 a.m. and has been involved in many competitions and
shows. Lisa is also involved in iau and ballet dancing for 8-10 hours each week, and performed at Bonfils
1'heater in April. Lisa plays the piano and the flute and has been working at the University of Denver lce
Arena for over four years. She has been involved in National Honor Society, Atherfies, lunior Escorts, and
French Club at school. She spent five weeks last summer traveling around France and living with a French
family. Next year she plans to attend a four-year college and would like to spend a year studying abroad.
IOEL POMERANTZ is currently the All School vice-president, treasurer of the National Honor
Society, and president of the Science Fiction Student Foundation, a club he founded in his iunior year. For
two years he has written for the lefferson lournal, submitting humorously bizarre commentaries on ex-
istence. He has been a member of the Spanish and Pre-Med Clubs, has been captain of the Olympics of
the Mind team, and member of Tl's illustrious IETS TEAMS team. He has been named a National Merit
Commended Student, a lunior Escort, and last summer represented Tl at a National Leadership Training
Center in Estes Park.
He has been on both the Track and Cross Country teams, and he is currently writing a science-fiction
comedy. His hobbies include listening to Olcies and the music of Bruce Springsteen, the movies of
Stanley Kubrick and Woody Allen, stand-up comedy, and smurf hunting. He hopes to attend a college on
the East coast and eventually pursue a career that will involve science, writing, comedy and star throwing.
ANDREA RANSOM has been an active member of Tl's spofts scene for three consecutive years.
She holds the unique honor of being one of only two young ladies who have lettered all three years in
three different sports-cross country, basketball, and track. Each year, Andrea has eamed All-City First
Team status in basketball and has qualified for State in track.
Even with heavy emphasis on sports, Andrea knows what her number one priority is and she takes it
very seriously-academics. Andrea maintains a GPA above 4.0 with honor courses and has been a
member of the National Honor Society since her iunior year.
Other honors for Andrea include: selection in Who's Who Among American High School Students
134-85: a lunior Escort for the Class of 1R47 and a member of the Royal Court for the 1985 Senior Prom.
Outside school, Andrea plays the piano and has participated in lunior Olympic basketball at the Regional
and National levels. Andrea plans to attend UCLA where she will maior in Computer Science.
GARY SUSMAN is ranked second in the class of 1WS. He was a national winner of the National
Council Teachers of English essay contest and a National Merit seminfinalist. He also was a candidate for
residential Scholar. Gary was a senior class representative and is the music columnist for the lefferson
loumal. He is also a member of the National Honor Society and the Science Fiction Club. last year, Gary
was the Spanish club treasurer. He was a winner of the CU Alumni Book Award. Outside school, Gary is a
car-rental agent at Cheaps Heaps, lnc. He is president of his AZA youth group chapter. Gary enioys play-
ing keyboards and writing songs for his band. He is planning to go to college "back East."
NANCY STRAUSS enioys playing an active part in many activities. A member of Tl's Spanish Club,
she served as president her iunior year. She was inducted into the National Honor Society in 11th grade,
and participated fully in its tutorial and community service programs. She was a Red Cross Youth, a lunior
Escort, and is listed in Who's Who Among American High School Students.
ALLISON TRUITT has been involved in drama at T.l. for the past three years. She has had several
leads in the fall and spring productions and was student director for Annie and Charley's Aunt. She is a
four-star Thespian and holds the office of Thespian president. As a iunior, she was the Soloquian
treasurer. She has been a member of the National Honor Society since she was a iunior. This year she is
the Atherfies secretaryltreasurer and active in both the German and Spanish Clubs. Allison received the
lunior Masonic Achievement Award and a letter of commendation for her scores on the PSAT. This past
summer she spent several weeks studying German at the Goethe-Institute in Berlin. She enjoys backpack-
ing, reading, and traveling.
MELANIE WARMATH5 first love is golf. She has lettered three years on the boys' golf team. ln
Melanie's senior year she was the only female participant in the Colorado Boys' State Golf championship.
Her summers have been occupied by playing competitive golf, both locally and nationally. She has also
lettered in girls' tennis and participated on the girls' lacrosse team.
Beyond sports, Melanie has been an active member on Student Council, and she is presently serving as
the All-School Political Representative. She is a member of Atherfies and is also serving on the Graduation
and Prom committees. Melanie was selected to be in the 1984-1985 edition of uWho's Who Among
American High School Students." Among Melanie's other honors is being selected as a nominee for Prom
Queen. ln the future, Melanie plans to play golf in college and to possibly pursue a career in art.
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Deadre Green Sandy Ng
Donald Graves Mustafa Noorzai
Brad Handler Nicole Oliver
Sharon Hartsfield Andre Patterson
Kevin Hayes Debbie Puckett
Carol Heller Kathy Ross
Todd Keener Bryan Schiff
Betsy Lewis Vicki Tarica
Mike McGowan Danny Weiss
Deanna Miller Susan Yuhasz
"Those who have torches will pass them on to others."-Plato, The New Republic
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Iackson, Alex T.
Iackson, latonya T, 193
laclson, Valerie D. 193
lacobs, David F. 193
lirun, Robert I. 193
Iohnson, Clevophis 193
Iohnsun, Eric L, 193
Iohnson, Kellie 193
Ioncir Cordell G.
lones, Everett E. 193
lones, Hyler, D. 193
lones, Kyle R. 194
lones, laronda L. 194
lones. Michael E. 194
lordan, lenniter L. 194
Iuha, Iason H. 194
Kanda, Christine H. 194
Kautlmann, Kim M. 194
Keeler, Scott L. 194
Keenan, Shannon M. 194
Keenan, Shauna M. 194
Keller, Claire M.
Kelly, Stephanie 194
Kennard, Michael l. 194
Kerhaugh, Scott A. 194
Kessel, Marc L. 194
Kiel, Charles B. 194
Kispert, Corey I. 194
Knight, Mamie M. 194
Knowles, Lyndon 0. 194
Koch, Stephen A. 194
Koehler, Kenneth L. 194
Krantl, Iames E.
Kurpecky, Darren T. 194
Kwon, Young N. 194
landes, Elizabeth I. 194
Landow, Todd A. 194
Lanier, Gina I.
Lanier, Iulian E.
Lanier, Valerie K.
lansville, Michael I. 194
lawritson, Cynthia L. 195
lee, Alison P. 195
lee, Troy W. 195
Leeman, Michael I. 195
Lemer, Alan M. 195
lesser, Courtney I. 195
Lewis, Melissa I, 195
Lightner, Faye A. 195
Linder, Katharine R. 195
lindsey, Kimberly S. 195
Lingwood, Heather L. 195
Long, loseph K, 195
lopez, Dee A. 195
Lowry. locelyn 195
Lugger, Robin M.
Lyday, Karen M. 195
MacDonald, Colin S. 195
Maenpa, Richard I, 195
Maes, lunalhon T. 195
Mahoney, Iames M. 195
Mansfield, Ann M. 195
Manin, Dedrick D.
Martin, Ruth N.
Maninez, Allacena S.
Martinez, Cesar M. 195
Marlizna, Kenneth S.
Mascotti, Michael A. 195
Mash, loseph S. 195
Mason, Sean D. 196
Mateev, Stephanie N. 196
Matlock, Anjeanett D.
Matlock, Regina I. 196
Matlock, Rodessa M.
Maxwell, Cassandra A. 196
May, Thomas E. 196
McCom1ick, Denise 196
McCray, Monique L. 196
McCummings. lacquelyn E. 196
McKinney, Nicholas A.
McLaughlin, Kristen M.
McNabb, Iulie D, 196
McQueary, Lavem C.
McSwain, Scott L. 196
Medina, Feliza 196
Mendigorin, David D. 196
Merid, Hanna 196
Meyer, Leo S. 196
Mikulin. Andrea B. 196
Miller, Damon L. 196
Miller, Daniel I. 196
Miller, Eric I. 196
Miller, Michael T. 196
Millet, Victor L.
Mitchell, Rachonda 196
Mnnlofl, Chrii l. 196
Monroe, Tina L. 196
Monroe, Tracy D. 196
Montoya, Alben R,
Moore, Alisa C. 196
Morrison, Allergria A,
Mosley, Rochelle E. 197
Motazedi, Kevin A. 197
Mozee, Temple R.
Mozee, Teresa R.
Mltnil, Garlleld E. 197
Munro, Ann M. 197
Nall, laura I. 197
Nalrala, loann A. 197
Nasi, Iames Ir. D. 197
Newham, Manin L. 197
Nikolaefl, Ivan M. 197
Nitller, Larry R. 197
Nrrorzai, Nadia 197
Nunn, Billy G.
Ohana, Camreliza A. 197
Oliver, Gregg R. 197
Onodera, Scott T. 197
Owens, Talea E.
Paden. Kevin G.
Page, William C.
Palmer, Heather A. 197
Silver Anniversary - 267
Palmer, Kari L. 197
Palmer, Thomas R.
Patterson, Melinda I. 197
Pells, Edward M. 197
Perkins, Nelson D. 197
Perlman, Robyn S. 197
Peros. limes M. 197
Peter, loe P. 197
Pettegrew, Brian T. 197
Pitney, David I. 197
Plahuta, Thomas l. 197
Porter, Phyllk L. 198
Powell, Iames E. 198
Powers, Bridget M. TW
P rochnow, Iustin I. TW
Purcell, Daniel L. 190
Quintana, Sancho M. 198
Ramirez, lamie R. 190
Ransom, Chelese L. 198
Ray, Leon L.
Reed, Bemice I.
Reed, Linda K. 198
Renalde, Terry M.
Renner, Leann M. 198
Rice, Leonard R.
Riley, Tonya M. 198
Rivera, Ruben TW
Roberts, Robert L. Tw
Robertson, Alicia M.
Robertson, Tricia I. TN
Robins, latoya R. 198
Robinson, David A.
Rodarte, Debbie A.
Romero, Diana L. 198
Romero, VWlIiam T, 198
Roots, Kelly S. TW
Rotole, Philip D.
Russell, Sherry L. TW
Salgado, Francisco D.
Saliman, Steven C. 198
Slliman, Tamara 0. TW
Sanders, Shelley A. 198
Sanders, Tina M. 1W
Santord, Christoph D. PM
Sattertietd, Neil E. 198
Saunders, Rachelle A. PB
Schaefer, ludith E. IW
sum, Illya 199
Searles, Travis W. 199
Sedillo, David T. 199
Seedroll, Richard C. 199
Seeley, Richard H. 199
Segal, Staci L. 199
Shaler, Rebecca L. 199
Sharp, Todd D. 199
Sisneros, Patricia N. 199
smim, Cary 1. 199
Smith, Ionathan H. 199
Smith, Kari S. 199
Smith, Kristin S. 199
Smith, Milton 8. 199
Smolensky, Dana L. 199
Snow, Scott M. 199
Sommer, Douglas l. 199
Sparrow, Sean D.
Stack, Cynthia I. 199
Staten, Patrick D.
Steele, Genn C. 199
Stefles, Richard D. 199
Stevenson, Larry L 199
Stotka, Michele D. 199
Stookesberry, Marie E. 199
Strear, lay A. 200
Sullivan, Chris 200
Sullivan, Felicia A. 200
Susman, lulie A. XD
Szynskie, Kristina L. 200
Taninla, ludy S. 2tlJ
268 Silver Anniversary
Tatum, Kimberly D.
Taylor, Lori A. 200
Taylor, Phaedra V. 200
Taylor, Tamu 200
Tayman, Craig L. 201
Tedesco, Michael L. 200
Tempel, lonas K. 200
Thhiel, Krik C. 2tKl
Thomas, Rana S. 200
Thompson, Delvia L. 200
Thompson, Douglas P .
Tllorell, Gregory S. 200
Thomton, Shelly S. 200
Tolbert, Eric L.
Tomlin, Vlonda 200
Tonnohlen, Dawn M. 200
Tovar, Oscar 200
Trommetter, Iimmy 2tlJ
Uber, Samual 2tlJ
Vandenbergh, Frederick I. 200
Vandemall, Kendall L. Ztll
Vanengen, Arthur 201
Vanschoick Ir., Richard A.
Velasquez, Lauriene V. 201
Verdicchio, Marc A. 201
Villanweva, Elva 201
Vinihakis, Emmanuel 201
Vlier, lason 201
Voorheis, Ieflrey E.
Walker, Tracy L.
Wang, Paul H. 201
Wanzer, Aaron S. 201
Washington, Ioelyn A. 201
Watkins, Nanette M.
Webber, Dennise C. 201
Webber, Olivia S. 201
Weinberg, Shira B. 201
White, Kelly I. 201
Whitlow, Kirsten L. 201
Wiessenberger, Lonnie I. 201
Wilcox, Elisabeth A. 201
Wilson, Beniamin I. 201
Winn, Erica M. 201
Withrow, Michael L. 201
Wood, Marlene M. 201
Yoo, Young A. 201
Young, lisa E. 201
Voungman, Molly K. 201
Zlpll, Thad A. 201
Zweig, Albv S. 201
Allen, Sean F.
Alvarez, Santo A. 172
Anderson, Karen K. 172
Anderson, Parnala D. 172
Anderson, Robin I. 172
Anton, Cynthia C. 172
Aids, Chalisse K. 172
Annatas, Andrea S. 172
Artzer, Christoph A. 172
Ashley, Iamie F.
Alarnanesh, Amir 172
Badger, Michelle I. 172
Baggett, Midlael R. 172
Bames, Kevin D. 173
Barter, Michele P.
Basilio, David R. 173
Basquez, Mareos S. 173
Beaverl, Stacey L. 173
Bell, Faison Ir. L. 173
Bintner, Candi K. 173
Blackmon, Hysear 173
Blea, lnocencio D. 173
Boat, lohn C.
Bolen, Cassandra D. 173
Holger, lacquelin A. 173
Bomgaars, Scott A. 173
Bottone, Mathew D. 173
Bouma, Dirk I. 173
Bowers, Adam M. 173
Bowers, Chad A. 173
Boyd, Karl D. 173
Boyd, Richard D. 173
Braaton, Todd C. 173
Brockington, Cherrlyn 173
Brown, Coleen K. 185
Brown, Dennis P. 174
Brown, Michael A. 174
Brown, Robin L. 174
Bryant, Felicia I. 174
Bryson, Derrek L. 174
Butler, Dedan K. 174
Canino, Christoph 174
Carter, Nicholas P.174
Castellano, Edward I. 174
Cedillos, Oscar I. 174
Chandler, Daylene R. 174
Chandler, Sia Y. 174
Charleston, Ronald E. 174
Chavez, Korinna M. 174
Cho, Tae C.
cliuop, satin 174
Clark, Rowley R. 174
Cobb, lana D.
Cohn, Richard P. 174
Collier III, Thomas M. 174
Copeland, Tracey D.
Crandall, Lynne C. 174
Crandell, Sunnie S. 174
Crawford, Marvin R.
Crigler, Kerri A. 174
Cubertson, Elizabeth A. 174
Daniord, Scott A. 175
Davis, P. Scott
DJWKMS, Shawn D.
Deiesus. Sandra 175
Devine, Kevin R. 175
Diamond, Steven 175
DiCarto, Andrea E. 174
Dillard, Kevin W. 175
Dinner, Alec W. 175
Dinsdale, Laurie A. 175
D0t'Ylli5h, Melissa A. 175
Downey, Brent D. 175
Drury, Donald P. 175
Duggan, Daniel I. 175
Edrich, Thomas 175
Emeson, Ktnl F. 175
Emeson, Scott I. 175
Eiigbar, vem li. 175
English, Abby s. 175
English, Amy s. 175
English, Denise Y.
Erenleld, Victoria L. 175
Eslinger, Marylane 175
Essen, Scott A. 175
Farrner, Sherri l. 175
Feder, Hyia A. 175
Fisher, Steven I. 176
Fitch, Gary lt. 176
Fleet, Steven I. 176
Forster, Dylan S. 176
Foster, David W. 176
Foster, Pamela I. 176
Foster, Stephen C. 176
Franklin, lllrlon 0. 176
Franklin, Ieanette C. 176
Free, lisa L. 176
Fox, Harold 176
Fuselier, Scott T. 176
Garcia, Ieifrey P.
Garrett, Sllaron L.
Gheddah, Raout A.
Gizson, Danita R. 176
Gidlow, David M. 176
Gilmore, Eric M.
Glillra, Kerry A. 176
Gollieb, Adam B. 176
Graham, Constance D. 1
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Gravely, Iulia L. 176
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Harris, Darrell P. 176
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Hawley, lenniler L. 177
Haynes, lerry W. 177
Hayutin, Gail l, 185
Heinschel, Tara K. 177
Hellrich, Donna 177
Henry, leflrey D. 177
Higgins, Bradley A. 177
Higgins, Kelly 1, 177
nognang, Mary lr. 177
Hogue, Sean S. 177
Holmes, Marti A. 186
Houston, Nyle D. 177
Howard, Rodney D. 177
Mudgens, Raynelte L 177
Hughes, Georgeann 177
Hughes, Melissa I. 177
Human, Michelle L. 177
Hunter, Dianna L. 177
lack, Deborah E. 177
lacltson, linda M.
latay, letlrey G. 177
lahn, Douglas G. 177
lefterson, lohn lr. E. 177
Iennings, Angelina M. 177
lohnson, la-Neene D. 177
lohnson, lolynne M. 177
lohnson, Regina L. 177
lones, Anissa L. 178
lones, Lourens G. 178
lima, laina L. 178
lulye, Karen L. 178
Kallas, loanna K. 178
Kappos, loni 178
Kawamura, lamie K. 178
Keech, Darla G. 185
Keele, Edward R. 178
Kelly, Mary A.
Kepler, lanet L. 185
Ketelhohn, Kristin M. 178
Klein, Gary ll. 178
Kelii, Karen L. 178
Klinltemian, Scott P, 178
Knepell, loseph F. 178
Koontz, Samuel H. 178
Koval, Gwendolyn 178
laCrue, William P. 178
Lamoreaux, Dave 178
Lanny, Brian li. 178
Lawritson, Sharon L. 178
Leaks, Tina L.
Lee, lason S.
Leely, Susan R.178
Lemieux, Mary L. 179
Leslie, Shiling 179
Lewis, Curtis B. 179
Link, lames T. 179
Little, V. Sidney 179
Little, Valerie K. 179
Livingston, lulie It, 179
Livingstone, Douglas S. 185
Lolgren. lenniler B.
Logan, Pamela D.
Lopez, Loretta C. 179
Lorentz, Danielle M. 179
Lyons, Sharon P. 179
Mabunga, loanna M. 179
Maenpa, Kenneth E. 179
Maeurer, lane R. 179
Mant, Thomas L. 179
Marshall, David G. 179
Martin, Kevin l, 179
Martin, Roland D. 179
Martinez, Rhonda K. 179
Marzano, Todd lt. 179
Masoudi, Gerald F. 179
Masoudi, lonathan F. 180
McCoy, Lucretia M.
McCummings, Gary L.
McDaniel, Andrea N. 180
McDaniel, Angela R. TN
McGeeney, Robert M.
Mel-lngli, Lisa lr. wo
McMillan, Mark lr. I, 180
Mciwain, Steven L. 180
Mellin, Michael A. 180
Mervin, Ruslen D. 1l!J
Meyer, Mark A. 180
Miller, Lisa C. 180
Milne, cnnslepn K. 180
Milstein, Michael D. 180
Milton, Marcella 1. 180
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Monroe, Mart A. 1M
Morgan, Lee V.
Morgan, Melissa L. 180
Morrissey, Teresa A. 180
Morton, Christine P. wo
Mosher, Kenneth A. 180
Mosko, lolie M. 181
Mosley, Lisa K. 181
Motazedi, Mark E.181
Mountain, lames D. 181
Moy, Luis A. 181
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Munro, lames S. 181
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Palmer, Todd A, 181
Palmer, Toni R.
Pasquer, Ian C. 181
Payne, Michael R.
Peace, Robert 182
Pearsall, Terri M. 182
Pelton, Tiltany F, 182
Perkins, Lora E.
Rakes, Baril R, 182
Randell, Kelley B.
Rasmussen, Dawn M. 182
Reed, Ava M. 182
Reed, Patricia R. 182
lteelz, lay S. 182
Reisman, Gary D. 182
Rice, Lorien A. 182
Richardson, Virgil L. 182
linker, Robert F. 182
Roberton, Cheri A. 182
Roberts, Kim L. 182
Robins, latoya lt. 182
Robinson, Anlhony P,
Rope, Shaun K. 182
Rosenberg, Rachel L. 182
Rubio, lamie S. 182
Rulittson, Daniel E. 182
Sacoman, Mariah L. 182
Sadler, Karen C. 182
Sanchez, Edna E, 182
Sanlilippo, Lisa A, 182
Santee, Samantha 8.
Sarche, lonalhan S. 182
Schatz, Michael D. 182
Schepis, Lisa A. 182
Schmitt, Liesl K. 182
Schmuck, Alesia l.
Schwartz, William G. 182
Scott, Hydie M. 183
Scott, William 8. 183
Seep, Katherine E. 183
Segal, Douglas lt. 183
Seidel, Cheryl L. 183
Shepard, David A. 183
Sheppard, Alex R. 183
Shocltey, Roy lr. D. 183
Shwayder, Daniel A. 183
Simpson, Michelle L. 183
Simsiman, Theresa L. 183
Smith, Anne K. 183
Smith, Antonio D. 183
Smith, Kristin L. 183
Smith, Otto E. 183
Smith, Richard S. 183
Smith, Tina M. 183
Sommers, Charles G.
Sonner, Frances M.
Soule, Lynnette M. 183
Spencer, Dennb L. 183
spain, stun L. 183
Steele, Kristina T.
Stewart, Lyle Li. 183
Stillman, Stacy L. 183
Strauss, Douglas Nl. 1113
Suhr, Tara L. 183
Sullivan, Erin M. 183
Sundling, Suzanne l. 183
Sytner, Michael A. 183
Tamae, Vuji 183
Tcnvnbaum, Traci 8, 184
Tepoorten, David I, 18-1
Thomas, Gregory H. 183
Thomas, Vance E,
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Thompson, Michael L,
Toland, Lisa K. 184
Tresvant, Kyla M. 184
Truebltmd, Cathryn A, 184
Tnlilt, Anne D. 184
Tmjillo, Terril. 18-1
Tucker, lohn A.
Tucker, Terence M.
Tull, Linda M. 184
Twenhalel, Elizabeth l. 184
Unger, Tamara K. 184
Upshaw, Don lr, E,
Vanderiet, Daniel C. 184
Venerable, Clilton E. 184
Wakelield, lulian A.
Waller, Graham B, 184
Walltinshaw, Michelle E.
Wallace, Keith V. 18-1
Ward, lenniler M. 18-1
Washington, Comelius W. 1
Wasson, Wendy A. 184
Watkins, loy M.
Watts, Shaniel D.
Weigner,AngiIyn 8. 184
Weiler, lanice A, 184
Weiss, Marlt I. 184
Wellter, Kelley lt, 134
White, Bradley S. 184
White, David N.
Whiteside, Robert C. 185
Williams, Aaron E. 185
Williams, Dionne F.
Winger, David A. 185
Wilhrow, Cynthia L. 185
Wittman, Laurie L. 185
Wolcott, lames P. 185
Wolt, Stephanie C.
Wood, Bradley P. 185
Woollolk, Kimberly L. 185
Wooters,Robert T. 185
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Wright, Kamie D. 185
Wright, Steven I. 1115
Varbruugh, Louniecl: V. 185
Voo, Byung S. 185
Voung, Debora M. 185
Zawadowych, Natalia A. 185
lwerin, lton A. 185
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Alcantara, Michael C. 33
Almon, Thomas M. 33
Andersson, lan K. 33
Andlesen, Karen l. 33
Andrews, lettrey W. 33
Aranio. Paul G. J3
Ashby, Leaynnc R. 33
Silver Anniversary - 269
Feinstein, Robyn l. ar,
Averch, Stacey l. 33
Avila, Regina L. 33
Avrin, Douglas K. 33
Babb, Kevin L. 33
Batley, Matthew A. 33
Baits, Bnlce R. 33
Baker, Mitchell W. 33
Barefield, Robert M.
aaron, Roger la, 33
Barron, Peter V. 33
Baustemlan, Edward R. 33
Benoit, Steve 8.33
Berry, Kristina K. 33
Bills, Shari L. 34
Blakely, Miranda F. 34
Boland, Barbara I. 34
Boxer, Richard S. 34
Brady, Michael P. 34
Branch, Ienniter L. 34
Brewer, Reginald T. 34
Bries, Iohn M.
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Chinn, Andrea L. 35
Cloyd, Britton N. 35
Coleman, Eric G. 35
Collins, Russell T. 35
Feldman, Iuli A. 36
Feuer, Scott N. 36
Fiedler, Patricia A. 36
Forkner, Carol I. 36
Cooper, Iudith K. 35 Fortney, Amy Io 36
Cowan, Cindi A. 35 Frank, Carl G. 36
Cowperthwaite, Scott C. 35 Freedberg, Iay E, 36
Col, Rachel L. 35
Crabtree, Tina L. 35
Clayton, Rhonda E. 35
Crowley, Laura I. 35
Cundy, Lisa L. 35
Dahlager, Ron 35
Danahey, Michael I. 35
Davis, Clayton 35
Dawn, Russell P.
Dawkins, Shawn 35
Degrassa, Rouen lx.
Deiesus, Victor 35
Deny, Patricia D. 35
Deutsch, Kyle I. 36
Evereux, Maura T. 36
Devine, Teresa L. 36
Dickerson, Michael D.
Frei, Norman B, 36
Freimuth, Christoph C,
Friedman, Brian I. 37
Funk, Paul I. 37
Garcia, Carlos R.
Garrett, Shawn M. 37
Gheddah, Abdalraou A.
Gibson. Tobeha L. 37
Gilmore, Donald I. 37
Gilmore, Ronald I. 37
Glinka, Kristine M. 37
Goldman, Glen ll.
Graves, Donald W. 37
Green, Deadra R. 37
Green, Kenda l, 37
Greene, Scott D, 37
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Bundgaard, Daniel C. 34
Caldwell, Brent B.
Canady, Derrick A. 34
Denon, Christoph M. as
Grif1in,Iames W. 37
Draznin, Iulie 36 Griffith, Mm, A, 37
Grifith, Steve A, 37
Ellsworth, Donna I, 36
Epstein, David A. 36
Groves, Charles R. 38
Groves, Michael T.
Gutierrez, Alex G, 38
Evans, Angelia 36
gaudy' Helium D' 34 Evelyn-Moe, Hollis C.
inflow, Anthony D- Hagestad, Bradley E. 38
Card, Marcene R. 34 Hahn' wmilm C4 33
Camey, Kelly I. 34
Carpender, William A. 34
Carly, Laura S. 34
Castillo, Elvia 34
Celler, lon B. 34
Hale, Sylvester W.
Hall, Claudia E. 38
Halpem, Deborah lt. 38
Hampton, Alonzo 38
Hand, Shawn F. 38
Handler, Bradley A. 38
Hanson, Laura I. 38
Hardiman, Regina L.
Harding, Ionathan B. 38
Hanell, Kerry L. 38
Harrington, Darin T. 38
Harris, Kenneth L. 38
Harris, Mario I.
Harris, Matthew B. 38
Harris, Steven C. 38
Hartman, Laurie L. 38
Hartsell, Stephanie I. 38
Hartsfield, Sharon D. 38
Hayes, Kevin M. 38
Hetlen, lulie S. 39
Heller, Carol S. 39
Henebry, Charles W. 39
Hess, Edward I. 39
Hicks, Stephen 39
Hinkley, Robert M. 39
Hitch, Ierilyn 39
Holmes, Christoph I.
Hooker, Rita F. 39
Homback, Ioseph Ir. M. 39
Houghton, W. Brady 39
Howard, lack D.
Huber, Christie L. 39
Hummel, Andrew L. 39
Huntington, Melissa 0.
lngulum, Heidi A.
Iackson, Edwin L. 39
lackson, Mark T. 39
Iackson, Rachel L. 39
Iacohs, Cheryl R. 39
Iohn, Kirsten A. 39
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Klunder, David C. 40
tiffany L. 40
Kubey, Renee E. 40
Kube, Dagmar M. 40
Kolbeilt, Mark S. 40
Lawrence, Dwayne A. 40
Lee, Richard H. 40
Lee, I. Scott 40
, Tanya M.
Neil L. 40
Patricia R. 40
Scott E. 40
Aaron L. 40
lewis, Betsy I. 40
Lewis, Susan L. 40
Litchtield, Aimie 40
lugger, Steven M. 41
Lykens, Kenneth E. 41
270 - Silver Anniversary
MacGregor, Caroline M. 41
Madrid, Mark I. 41
Maeslas, Stephen P. 41
Mahler, Eric S, 41
Mahoney, Kathleen A. 41
Mahoney, Kristen M. 41
Malekladeh, Maryam 41
Mamileti, Lakshmika 41
Marci, Maria T. 41
Marko, Randall A. 41
Martin, Diana L.
Martin, Shenelle M. 41
Mash, Iohn N. 41
Mason, Ieanette D.
Massie, Patricia L. 41
Matsui, Chiluru 41
Maxwell, Iohn F. 41
Mayberry, Robert T.
McCall, Michelle D. 41
McCoy, Michelle L. 41
McCray, Talia 42
McDonald, Sharon A. 42
McGee, Tami D. 42
McGowan, Michael I. 42
McKay, Cheri L.
McManus, Michael I. 42
Megeath, limes li. 42
Mentler, Iohn ll S. 42
Meloyer, Sean F. 42
Meyer, Dean A. 42
Miller, Deanna M. 42
Miller, Kevin K. 42
Mills, Marilyn L. 42
Mirelel, Ioseph B, 42
Mitchell, Averi T. 42
Mitchell, Sean L. 42
Moham, Robert D. 42
Montoya, Helen V.
Moore, lawrence D.
Moore. Michael W. 42
Moore, Thurman L. 42
Morrison. Gregory L. 42
Morton, Lydia R. 43
Muneio, Iared I.
Murell, Melody R. 43
Munay, Shannon D. 43
Myers, Larry C.
Nathan, Randall P. 43
Nelson, Glenda C. 43
Ng, Sandy 43
Nies, Diana 43
Noorzai, Belqls M. 43
Noorlai, G. Mustafa 43
Noorzai, Mariam 43
Noorxai, Mirwais 43
Nuttall, Steve F. 43
Oftemian, Thea K. 43
Oliver, Nicole S. 43
PahS, David S. 43
Pater, Iettrey L, 43
Patterson, Andre I. 43
Pawloski, Vincent G. 43
Peck, Christine L. 43
Pedersen, Amy l, 43
Penton, Arpil L 44
Perry, Denine G,
Peterson, Lisa C. 44
Pogue, Cynthia M. 44
Pomerantl, Ioel L. 44
Porter, Russell M.
Postetmans, Christina H. 44
Powers, Terrance M. 44
Puckett, Deborah l.. 44
Randell, Hysear D.
Ransom, Andrea D. 44
Rasmussen, Craig I. 44
Rayment, Larry F. 44
Reed, Matthew C. 44
Reese, Michael E. 44
Rhyne, Adam M. 44
Roberson, Roderick S. 40
Robertson, Todd E. 44
Robinson, Kari M. 44
Rosenberg, Stacey L. 44
Ross, Kathy A. 44
Roth, Andrew I. 44
Ruth, Cameron A.
ltudel. lay K. 44
Saddler, lleginald I. 44
Sanders, Andre D. 45
Sanders, Steven E. 45
Saylor, Cheri L.
sfnifr, Bryan M. 45
Schlichenmaye, Shauna L. 45
Schiot, Paul E. 45
Schneider, Iaime B. 45
Schumann, Christoph L. 45
Seartes, Kendra S. 45
Shafer, Shawn I. 45
stun, Amy is
Shelton, Damila I. 45
Sherman, Karen L.
Shihata, Craig S. 45
Siegel, Darren ll. 48
Srnall, Michael D. 45
Smith, Christoph N.
smith, Danyl E. 45
Smith, lason M. 45
Smith, Sulanne M. 45
Sneed, Natalie D. 45
Snow, Catherine P. 45
Sonner, Frances M. 45
Stark, Michelle E. 45
Steller ll, Laurence 46
Stephens, Edward A. 46
Stevenson, Edward l. 46
Stewart, Kristin D. 46
Stocker, Kenneth R. 46
Stollel, Lynne M. 46
Stout, line M. 46
Strauss, Nancy R. 46
Stromberg, Eric I. 46
Sullivent, Paula S. 46
Susman, Gary L. 46
Susrnan, Randy 46
Sweeney, Michael I.
Swope, Bruce W. 46
Symons, Suzanne M. 46
Tadesse, Elizabeth T.
Tarica, Vicki M. 46
Taylor, Kimberly R. 46
Tenenhaum, Todd B. 46
Tepoorten, loan M. 46
Thompson, Cynthia Y. 46
Thompson, Tracy L.
Thrower, Tony L.
Tolbert, Amanda l. 46
Tolberl, Deven lt. 47
Tumbling, Deborah S. 47
Trautman, Michelle R. 47
Tromrnarer, lane M. 47
Truitt, Allison I. 47
Turner, Shelly D. 47
Urbana, Andrew I. 47
Vanengen, Mora L. 47
Vasquez, Daniel A. 47
Vigil. frank lr. G. 47
Walteield, Iulian A.
Wallace, Tony L. 47
Wang, T. Anna T. 47
Ward, Cheryl K. 47
Warrnath, Melanie lt. 47
Wasson, Gary P. 47
Weiss, Danny L. 47
Weyneth, Michael H. 47
Wheeler, Stuart 47
Malkin, Amy R. 48
Williami, Crystal A. 48
Williarm, Dionne 48
Williams, Darron E.
Williams, Ienniier D. 48
Wotsey, Michael H. 48
wma, Robyn L. as
Worysl, Paula S. 48
wright, Alisa K.
Wright, Konnie l. 48
Wright, Stephen B.
Vuhasl, Susan 48
Frank Welker, former Spartan, appeared in an assembly spon-
sored by the Aristocrat and lefferson loumal. He is well-known
in Hollywood as an impressionist. He also talked to Media
classes, visited with many of his former teachers and busied
himself with autographs for impressed Spartans.
Congratulations to the Class of "85"!
Cheers to everyone at T.l.
Come see us this summer!
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