Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)

 - Class of 1974

Page 1 of 176

 

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1974 Edition, Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1974 volume:

X 'X gi XY .NN X' 'PX-. E v. If X , u, JO L 'iv 1- .xi A ,. K vi k.J X -kd K' K ,N ' -Tji 11 XR' MW x W Q , , - N , fL X J db, FQ Q f, W A 5 Q JA ivflxd' rx pg M g Mwf DEX C Xb XX J O x X of ' fx ,NV f X x N i- A 9 1 N ug QNOJV- Q JU? OX XXQX X I N D H X ,fjxrx 8 N,-X x X Lf Q QV ' UU U Q MGX NU xx W I 'Uh'-A we DJJ 1 -' SUM? D :I l-jr 7 T' Z1 'U fn X7 , V ,lf A M279 wwf '2fm4 w ?2p7' 1 Nw A , -. .N W wwffn 9 LJ 0, f I J If L L73 WE!! ,' ,Lf 'J fyyx j1'3 r' mr! :Q L Fw , VL, L' N g-QQ 11. 'Mm WMMQUM 5203 7 1 wi C? fs Q 5 5 S fs Q CE' 6 J 1,1 'D if mwim 'Kg V ,VM 7D0rm7f , ,Y pf V516 L . N XVMHXCN cu iw p PM 6 Q any UN . MDW BV W W 'W Q flxogy !U'I"4f.,L V' J' A It My 35,4112 . J Y Q' Q5 O ' hwxfcwfvu f ' Q C395 QGFEQOEBQ Www Aywhfw NMMA? X Q? !lJif'fJ7L7,J 7 og 52 7fA'wfL1,5g!L 5DAZ,q!L JLQQR :jo-Yfubd LHN nuff L ' .O ,V f U G- 12, X 'QQ OST Kibp M5 Qoxgcf' TQQJQEQQS iwywixo Aj, Dj' OQKJQ, , E QQ WZQWQWQSWQYL. Sgjwlv Jgjbwf Q4 6-031' of ,l 0039 Xiigxr. J, I A-f4.,Y1,LLdJ A WL ESPN xoxwbb 05095 MBU f V' V aj film, 2' X95-Qfvg. Oxjggg-fb E440 cL i ' "' 01,1-6, :dy A N53 NWCXQ CQ 1' fejfbwdd. 26' 960 VVDQWQOW an 'H Trffffmifuwnkfffj Mmm ba, fX,.0,65 li5'f1euc'O 'ulV'f1b0LjL .AI . Daw QA-D Ufaxjb ,LQJNO . C fb Wg U fi fffwig . gmfff L-A-..fj ,A NPGHND C Ujfpf an It faxlllblffgql ,QQ ,B n QpU5,.w ' a,q?A I NF Ufgqpvglad, Q xf'fF3"iQid.P bf? 17 '-' +' se. fb'5f"'Q hx? PJVJQD' ,aw QUKL ,jvxilkt V051 so m vwo MUGS -M2 1- ' ,EQDXXU ' V79 QVJTLQ 1 ffl QKQUL WOUV SFzl46H5 'Qc gov xfecuf, We fo S64 Nf up G7 GLN NGYST ylgqyo KQQ69 uf HQ ?o0J I Q 1 UJOYXQ ypw AO: I Mefvfx JW QQ!-R5 as , W mg, . fi ' f Uv 3 XL flaf-.Z fifxfbf Vault? 9 fwfiiilvfl I L K Nfffw px .am 'WW 3 'Qi NOW -Q, yur 5 Q 55 3 Q12 2 W fl ffzfm SX xi 1 if VSV W"3'E mi, f,P'?' 'gif QQ Q 53 E SX Ulvpa 'F , 4'i"I:5 MQ f ,QQ Qs Sv Q59 Q xv S W0 nf " gmfl A km X' 5 -X. HLWQXW EON7 Lux X73 NS ' Q M -J J 2 ' !5 , 'K N, 5 1 Q6 5Q,fE.mjN1, S! fs Mmw . S616 UU SE EBSQ X is Gln! X 5- 1 3 5b " " 5 wx 76 'SESJ 3392 553 5553 X ,QQ x , Q SQA if V X Q' J ,F NJ - Q Z'-YL T 583 f H3233 .5 . V- -2 ' ff 1 I ' lf I ,ij . X- If ,L ' kk 1 x ' ' ff V K 71 N V' l ' ' f' li "X lf 5 X The open door ' 2 ,V,. A ,N knowledge schoolp A learning opens the door to the realization of life, - the understanding of existance and the ability to survive. K a room housing the discovery of wisdom has one door that allows entrance, a door that is opened one way, by the realization of knowledge and the desire to learn, to explore the room of wisdom aw. D .1 ,wail 4 Q' ,- vs" 1 .1-Q. -4 ,.. ..v' f , . 4, I K ,- ,- ,,4 5 1 W rr .f"'f -w Z , 1 ,f vw' ' QQTUQ Ngkcx QC y.1kQQ3cgg ALgP,.Q,5.1, i"Q.LJ wT1C1Lj5C'v-rvi 67,6 ' W r N , N q L Ying, MQQQQLS ig.: h X-X A, , I, , M fx f VHYVIXQB ',hix'w'1'1G5i orlx C1'Nif'Tf1Qf kkiWvO wff C0f1'v L J k mf xi, ff q L! ' -I , Ngm , cf V i CMU? 7 79--T w 1 4L'i'L,3qjk.- 1 4 C aft QQ -ffdyk V , , 5 I C if f ff RU? QC? Ox f i1f f?' L W , AI' ws I f" ,f lik LAW 5, , D X 'LX ,-., ' kc, , , . I f NV ' CWL L1 A f 52 'llllizgp . VL F' , ' KU! Q' X 'J fw ,,+ . Pimx 2' A GN Ngkgviyv 1 N XXL! CS' XQTRE . . k X ff 74 -w ' - ff ,A f 3 Q, i Q f XL5,-g" Qf U V , fe- 5351 1-gd V - Vg VX , 4 K. , k M' v .1 , -N - f X' 2 K r ' X . x f " ,KWX 1 fl L y x QS - A xf QM , Ayr K Lf wb ' lv' C' -K1- t4SLiil ,TL GL- Q QQ P X IX A ,QQ , X, M2 xg xx Q - 22 9 N jk ,Q Q Q bade Q55 SG by C,avTK51Qk'K 52 , J I X ' - I mx If, XTNJ, Y, .ry N W W1 5 Q sJU n -Om A, X Q 3 w M gn. v , fi xx RN . xfx 7 XX J L1 . W fiXQ' . fxQ -SJ by Elefhmen ,EAgvi :iVQf Q5 my Q - xg? ri GSP FSLiQQ?N5i.S ,Q 2v f 1f35g,X?g5Xw X' ,gf iqg,iQXCl0SlngQ, 45KfQ,.EAgx SQL MSL NW Q 20 Indexw-10 5 F Q Q QW K9 Xf Adverugd' gl FXQSJXW ,N V f VI. gT,1xs,J -lb XX M, X X: ' V A L, .KCZK KHAX X-nlrlfx-"'. uf' ,Q "J "ig K 5'-XE 1' xxx xx yxxX.x x- 4X, . X,w XJ 1 ,,1 vxi, X X N vb ,iff ,A 1- vb 'Q' J j, U TJQLCYQQEAVQRE' --ip V. U Cv' N j P'. QNX' N '-' ff , X AX.-X , , X, "J X "'Xy' K, X , X ," -.3 X' V N-1 Q? . X fx ' - NN 3 -A LJ Xgxycx ' XJ ,, Vvsgg' TX x-.xfx ,fx ,. .XJ x? 'wwf Fi X' X Q 5 Kyhk ,iw 1 Www Q f Q f X v I u Cho ceo Ls .,6cf,Q, ,L X- ,l,fL!fCfQf5 ude nt L'fertrOw :D I A m Jima, Lillie if nk 0143 id Qim Qld g,LLfTlCUJ'l JbQYQUrmQXi'n , fUl,ll. kij'L.l,5 QQ c oct. vlemo-cu sl? .fmofun lfttlfl. J U Ulifllckll' YD VLMLQTCQM ep fx sq X- efllfflff Q f QQULMZ7 Jlifu, ,zgwmmkm pn oLJL77y,Qf ,Luft CO C271 Uqpqii' LLJLU iiVL41fctdfQ,. CLLQ g Anim y if Wmtgrgh XBCVVL' ' Through the doors lie Jlingjygl dozens of student activities 41,677-LQ0 Here War Party members ,bug paint spirit posters. Here Q- -W dances, club meetings and other events are held afterffunrn NCQ school. Here, every day 'Fl hundreds of lunches are "6kufl'7lCl H served to hungry studentstflfl who have watched the clock-QEOTK. impatiently. The open doors ,D ' 'l of the cafeteria represent the L Q hub of student life . " LU JM filth in Idle, QD laik -dmwf M-Jmfn-,Q 1 QCGZA, QXQU ma? LA ' Wifi! Q1 l ll' ia v v LU? R mx V 4 V2 J , J V bfff Sink 'Q itulfn ,Milt vftfw iq Cffjiffl 5 as r 17, 1 Nlr. and Mrs. Danieleck sit and listen as Greenway High School is dedicated. They attended both Green- - way and Thunderbird's dedication. Mr. Danieleck teaches at Greenway and Mrs. Danieleck teaches at Thunderbird. 2 Mr. Bill Jones, Super- intendent, Glendale Union High School District, address faculty and guests at the dedication of Thunder- bird High School. Thunderbird High School's dedication ceremo- nies were held October 26, 1973. The guest speaker was Dr. John Schwada, Pres- ident of Arizona State Uni- versity, The master of cere- monies was lVlr. Arnold Rovey, President of the Board of Education. THS is the seventh high school to be dedicated to the people of the community, The symbolic keys were handed on to Thunderbird to make the new high school a fully dedicated and established institution . Following the ceremonies at Thunderbird, the crowd traveled to Greenway High School for its dedication. 6 Student Life .A-um 'Nuo Thunderbird, Greenway receive dedication keys 2 Fu? 1 Dr John Schwada, President of ASU, gives the main address at Thunderbird's dedication 2 Nlr Ed Cosper thanks Jeff Patton for the keys to the school. 3 Mr Jones and board members listen to the guest speaker Student Life 7 Student Pow-Wow Week great success 1 Old Fashioned Day certainly turned on Mrs. Bruce and Nlrs. Howard as they taught their students the "bop", after the Pow-Wow Assembly. 2 Jun- ior, Sophomore, and Freshmen chari- ots began the race together but the junior class chariot soon outdistanced the others. Sophomores and freshmen fought it out for second place but the sophomores finally edged past. Both Pom and Cheer lines and War Party worked hard to make Pow-Wow Week a suc- cess. They sponsored a pie eating and water balloon throwing contest. War Party was responsible for all the poster making and spirit ac- tivities on campus, The spir- it King and Queen were Bart Cox and Leslie Scott, they were crowned on Friday No- vember 16, 1973 at the Pep Assembly. The Varsity foot- ball game was palyed at 7:30 that night with semi- formal dance following. is :f,,,.w,,a Z'f'm'f532i'f"',1f' , ' .WWW-Ll.fsZn' . ' , i I' . s4rffZl5',-wk'x:vY', I ' L 4 - V l Life 8 1 Mr. Maison, Biolotgy teacher, coaches the Junior Powder Puff team. The sophomores over powered them 12-0. 2 Pow-Wow week brings out the best of everyone. A special squad of Cheerleaders cheers on the crowd at the Pep Assembly. 3 Vicki Dahl carries the pantyhose stuffed with goodies that Mike Jones won for the Beautiful Legs contest at the Pow-Wow assembly. Q Qi 1 Goddesses Karen Gibbs and Leslie Scott and god Hal Swagel, look out in the crowd to try to select students to take part in their certain activity. 2 Chris Winkler and Val Dollman compete in the arm wrestling con- test at the Amphi-Theater during Greek Day which was held by junior English classes. 3 The Air Force helicopter was just one of the dis- plays the Air Force had at THS on Sophomore Career Day. Junior English Classes highlighted Greek Week by rep resenting mythological gods and goddesses . This was planned at the end of a two month study of mythology . Greek Week was held from No- vember 11 until November 16 Students in English 5-6 clas- ses selected gods and goddess es from among themselves . There were 10 gods and god- desses altogether. All three classes find learning is fun Student Life 10 1 ,..-1 'i in l l l l l l 1 Bob Levintino practices his aim with the help of a recruiting officer that was at THS on Sophomore Career Day. 2 A blind student from Washington High School speaks to the freshmen English classes. 1 , .. ..,A: is ' , " 'WWf"+'fs':ffarff4+-sig'-Q.5-,.mf,ftf., W, 'nL :::4xLL. - v-. -4 gg, , i 11 Student Life 'Y I 1 i .'. . S, ' i Presidential race ends with run off 1. Nlr. Carl Riney opens the election assembly, while Janie Foster and Rhonda Webster look over their speechs, 2 Students running for office, wait patiently to be introduced. Amy Bruder finishes her ballots as Kathy Tviet watches the sophomore box, Friday, October 12, stu- dents filled the amphitheater to vote for their choice of candidates running in the second student body election. Jeff Patton was elected Stu- dent Body President, after a run-off between Bob Hun- sick and write-in Jerry Gil- more , Also there were three run-offs for the office of Chief Justice, since none of the candidates had a majority of votes . 12 Student Life Ecology rallies attract active students 1. Kevin Walsh, at the first rally, talks to the students before they picked up trash and ate watermelon. 2 lVlr, Harry Braun addresses the stu- dents who participated at the second rally, before listening to the band. 0n October 3rd, 1973 a few students and faculty members called an ecology rally. Headed by Greg Howard, approximately 200 people showed up to hear students speak about the en- vironment. After the rally students went out to the fields to pick up trash. After- wards they ate watermelon .A second rally was held Octo- ber 18th, about 10-0 people came, lVlr, Don lVlarovich, Lori lVlcGilvray, Jeff Patton, lVlr. Harry Braun, and lVlr. Carl Riney, all spoke. After- wards, a band played till 5:30 . Both rallies were held in our amphitheater. Student Life 13 Students show spirit at Christmas 1. Mr. Jerry Jensen directs the band in a discriptive musical "The Toy Shop." 2. The advanced Chorus sings a traditonal Christmas song at their December Concert. The Chiefs celebrated Christmas through various clubs' parties and school activities . The chorus and band groups each presented special concerts. The home ec . department celebrated by making creative Christmas dishes. The Pom line gave a special half time performance at the basketball game just before Christmas. 14 Student Life l s.-,.,fa ' Y 1 wrt, 1 i 'Wt f 5',.,,, Ri .- 3 , L M7 1 A awk .L , sg, :2'.,l1A -N q MW K . 1, V f'?,7fEQf: L K? 0 'ff f lW A 1 0 - Q v 3 , aa ' f rf ' ' ' A sf Q - - - my '- 3: ., K Q., -Q ', wr. "W , ' " 'w,- . ' - -1 ' 5 Aww , ff:f"L1f: H- K fsffffeffg , ,, - . V ,,,, f's533+ f.Qs m vf?'r-AW - . v9sQaawmmm5jP "W ' "6-fffffrf' ,L,.. ff':5 ii1: i::::i:sfw 1l-frufvxlsix M m L'- M M K X if 'f ' - - 1. . 4. . ... 1,..,i.an.vf""".'l'vxfzsizizfiziv 1 dpfgiklsilwlucz -, .223yaximu:1ff:::j,, . " pl' M -,wnM"1,,---- , 1-d,gf5'5" Qfiijigi A If-vw wg. A Drama club performs "Kid Avalanche" Drama Club members pre- sented a one-act play, "Kid Avalanche," on December 17th and 18th in the Thun- derbird stage area. lVlr. Mike Gessner was the club spon- sor and play director. Linda Shultz was the student di- rector and Shelly Becker was the prompter. Lighting and set construction were handled by Dean Vasquez and Pete Schroyer. Elisa Crawford and Kelli Varner were costume co-chairmen . 1 Helen Mason listens as her Uncle Tetley explains of his disappearance. 2 Kid Avalanche unexpectedly shocks the sorority house mothers, Mrs. Willoughby and Miss Grimes. Mrs. Willoughby stops the argument of why Kid Avalanche is in the girls sorority house. The cast included: Fanny Debbie Copeland Polly Chris Crawford Clara Janie Black Barbara Soto Randy Stenquist Kevin Walsh Debbie Veldhuis, Kim Kapuscinski, Kathy Kapuscinski Sabra Ehrhart Joel Morton Audrey Oster Helen Mason Bob Willoughby Tetley Mason Wrestlers Miss Grimes Kid Avalanche Mrs. Willoughby ry, is i 7,28 K 14 16 Student Life i v , - . A ' I l 1 f. I I J - 1 . I . .- . . , ' n in k K W an I ' fx W ' s x ' wk s ri Y X f X x X L 4'. X in A , x I fj 9 7. b 3 I ,K.'97'z- mf v ' ,.o'w...,,-' P., is 5. 'k ' 0 . Hn Ah U 5 . 2 ix X 1 N- K, .. . ',.' ' 112 1 A A -9' is JU ff: 'I , ,Q 'xtgspx 2 'H 1' ,. 3 4 -- .. .N 1. lVlr. Gene Maison disguised as Santa Claus dances with a student at the Christmas Dance, the first dance held inthe gym. 2. Julie Stiak makes an announcement at the Pow Wow Dance held to honor the new Pow Wow royalty in November. fl 5, C1365 l , ,S fs,-f ,, A JS 1. Students dressed up for the semi- formal dance in February where Thunderbird's first sweetheart was crowned. 2. Brian Gessner draws door prize numbers at the sweet- . ,JAN heart dance. 3. Students wore casual 'H ' clothes at the girl ask boy Sadie Hawkins dance. Chiefs dance in gym for first time J' db' i THS coaches play Harlem Nationals .. A grade school student pulled rom the audience tries for a jump vall against one of the tallest iarlem Nationals players. 2. Mr. Bene Maison takes a spill during he game that the coaches lost to he clowning Nationals. Our coaches played the larlem Nationals, a well- :nown basketball team that ours the country, on January l2, The Lettermen spon- sored the game as a money- making project. During half- time the GAA gymnastics team performed. r-va Clinic demonstrates athletic skills 1. Army Sports Clinic players demonstrate the power volleyball spike. 2. Wrestlers from the clinic demonstrate the techniques of wrestling. 3. Miss Sharon Legge was called on by students to show exercises done with a weight lifting bar. On Wednesday Jan . 23, the U .S . Army put on a sports clinic covering three events, volleyball, wrestling, and a demonstration on weight lifting. Some ofthe students along with some ofthe Faculty members were asked to help with the clinic . From the response of the crowd the clinic seemed to be a success . l l -G-M t MA-'l,,L-,Al ,,......---"f Student Life 21 , , ,ro : -' ' ' ,N ,. ?ir 1, ,- I f CL it 1. Photographer, Scott Dent works ' A ' f -Ng, after school sorting negatives for the , , Q " 'V' gi-3 fltes. 2. Jlohn Allan and Welter ZW f Ruordan simulate the function of-a my 4 xl- vlslg S Lzsriagjor Sophomore Biology Stu I 1 5 I I I I I Extra actnvltnes, projects full free hours 'W' ' "'-----...g-,mgmvtyhm-'nw--.wbw 'S 2 .Me , eff! x 22 Student Life .5 4' rift gm mwfff . .s J 0 14 Q Q es 1.1 it 1 Pow Wow King and Queen, Lesley H Scott and Bart Cox. 2 Junior Attend- ants, Vickie Dahl and Mike Jones. 3 Sophomore Attendants Sue Jones and Gary Brasher. 4 Freshman Attend- ants, Kelly Erickson and Rudy Cordova. 1 Povv Wow Royalty reign in November ,ff . - , fum' f , . 1 1 , v,' I .sz ,vgiffg-wgff, ef i ' u -g.11.,,vfxg 6 . K I 4 l, ,.4' 1-.3-.3 f Q I gl ,ff ,. V. ' 5555. , . . ,,' Xt tiff iw? '-' 1 It Gail wears sweetheart crown first 1 Thunderbird's first Sweetheart, Gail Sullivan, was crowned at the Sweetheart dance sponsored by the Key Club Feburary 9th. 2 The candi- dates for Sweetheart line up to hear the results of the all-school election. Each girl was nominated by one of the campus organizations. Student Life 25 A student holds the open door for IVIrs. Chryss Danieleck as she arrives on campus loaded with materials for her classes . He knows education is a two way pro- cess and students must as- sist by keeping open minds if they are to accept new ideas . e 4, ,J -I 35' , , , - , . 'Eli Q 1 if fi ,iw 1, .. W7 -- :,.,.7v-M'-"" yf Academics -xi ' ..-1" M... 41. School Board votes on new courses 1 The Board of Education pauses for its formal portrait during a meeting 2 Nlr. William L. Jones, the super- intendent of the Glendale Union High School District. 3 IVlr. Jones Mr. Stapley and IVlr. Rovey enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner with lVlr. Cosper in the Thunderbird cafeteria. 28 Academics 'sf xx , , .H 'K Principals contribute leadership 1 Mr. Edward Cosper, THS principal makes plans for the dedication of the school to the community. 2 lVlr. Edward Cosper, principal. 3 IVlr. Sanford Edelman, assistant principal for student services. 4 Mr. John Fung, Dean of Students. 5 lVlr. Ron Barber, assistant principal for student activities. lVlr. Edward Cosper, prin- cipal, received his degree at Arizona State University. Be- fore he came to THS, he worked as an asst. principal at both Apollo and Washington High Schools. lVlr. Cosper is married and has three children. lVlr. Sanford Edelman, asst. principal for services, received both of his degrees at Arizona State University. Before he came to THS he taught 14 years at Prescott. lVlr. Edel- man is married and has 4 children. lVlr. Ron Barber, asst. principal for activities, ,Jn ,vx . .-QxOx - ef received his BA at Greenville College and his masters at Northern University . He taught at Cortez High School before joining the THS Staff. Nlr. Barber is married. lVlr. John Fung, dean of students, re- ceived both of his degrees at Arizona State University. Last year at THS he was the head of counseling. Before that he was a counselor at lllloon Valley for 1 year. Also at lllloon Val- ley he taught for 3 years . Prior to this he was the Student Activities Director for Judson School. lVlr. Fung is married. Academics 29 Mr. Larry Henderson Mrs. Maria Hoffman counselor counselor Ms. Sharon Legge counselor C N ,A at "X Counselors, Librarians El SS ist T H S Mr. Al Wolfe -f 1 ....., 1 'X 30 Academics xx sx 1 Mrs. Maria Hoffman, counselor, records and files a class change for one of her counselees. 2 Ms. Sharon Legge, counse- lor listens attentievly as her counselee speaks about a semester schedule change. 3 Mri. Bob McGregor, head librarian sorts through the Arizona Southwest Collection to get ideas on books to order for next year. 5 2 rl i s t! V t, , ,, I I , ' - r l e Ms. Sue Ausley Mr. Bob McGregor Media Center Media Center Mrs. Sylvia Bennailack PrincipaI's Secretary 1 1 s .916 Q Ji X l. gt r :TMA ig-fx . ...ii infix is .. H in afilw "' ' n - --454513 1 ' . ev.,-f Mrs. Marge Blabac Mrs. Vi Harris Attendance Clerk Typist EQ? T15 ,gf T' i W. A ,.V.L , . . VM. I we YH ical ,lv - V ' Ewa . , HQ' ,Q v . .e,' ' um' .11'.J4..if V- kb ' r K . W,., .,Q,LT.,j!s'l Mrs. Pat Ratermann Mrs. Nancy Jacobsen Mrs. Ruth Leonard Mrs. Dora Porianda Receptionist Records Clerk Typist Clerk Typist 1. Office help, nurse aide Thunderbird 1 Mrs. Edie Krombiem, school nurse accepts a doctor change form for a student's health card. 2 Mrs. Sylvia Bennallack, principal's secretary transcribes shorthand for one of Mr. Cosper's letters. 3 Mrs. Ruth Leonard, records secretary takes a short pause from her work to greet a new student. 3,5 1 Av--ff. Mrs. Irene Sanderman Mrs. Edie Krombein Bookstore N urse Academics 31 Maintenance keeps campus cleaned 1 Row 1, Ed Jarvis, Henry Macklin, John Pommerenk, Leo Gatlen, John Stoats, Alvin Bacon. Row 2, Earl Graham, Charley Trensty, Gerald Tolifson, Lauri Pokka, George Habluetzel and Pat Lindstorm. 2 Mr. Earl Pocock, Nlainte- nance Director. 3 Custodian Pat Lindstrom vacuums English Department after school. ll fi-: a-5 1, i -ik , , ,,f . mlm R 1, - Q 1 Mrs. Nlarian Gruenden gets ready to serve students on their lunch break. 2 Mrs. Annette Ziles and other mem- bers ofthe staff take a coffee break before the busy lunch hour begins. Cafeteria serves students during lunch break 3 Row 1, Queen Jones, Marian Grueden, Vivian Pelfrae, Hazel Miller. Row 2, Margerat Jarrett, Annette Ziles, and Paula Far. i f N, , A ,nf Q-5 is X, 2 A v iw. . 1 fl u' yr 4 ir i -eer I ,A Q if if i it ' . In 3 Academics 33 THS adds 5 teachers in English English 3-4 English 3-4 English 1-2 tk f Xl it-il Mrs. Chryss Mr. John Mrs. Jan Korte Nlf- DOH Danielek Geames English 1-2 Marovich 1 Mrs. Diane Wollschlager shows a film on Greek mythology. 2 Mr. Eli Wucinich grades folders of his read- ing students. 3 Mrs. Chyrss Danielek calls on students to read parts for THE ODD COUPLE. This year in the freshman English Department, the stu- dents read two playsz ROMEO AND JULIET, and THE MIRACLE WORKER. They also read four novels: WALKABOUT, THE OUT- SIDERS, PIGIVIAN, and the novel, BLESS THE BEASTS AND THE CHILDREN. They studied grammar throughout the year, short stories, and poetry. 34 Academics . L35 nga . ,f f .. T5 'T 9 , K I V , '- . A. ' , tl' 1 fe Y .T ' Y- f A 1 Mr. Don Marovich passes out final exams to his class. 2 Mrs. Noreen - Wingham explains the Sophomore contract. 3 Mr. John Geames hands back compositions. Mrs. Jan Rowe English 5-6 3: 1,3 ig .g :Y T2 L- ' ffl Mrs. Noreen Mrs. Diane Mr. Eli Wingham Wollschalger Wucinich English 3-4 English 5-6 Reading The sophomores have been completing contracts, reading plays out loud, and studying numerous books. One day they even took a trip to the Civic Plaza, to take a look at the displays on the different types of careers. The juniors studied Greek Mythology then they saw films about it and stud- spent the last quarter on . F r s C.-L' Y XCUW UU NX lcv- f 5 Sw s 9915- M gg., .vi 4 - if X KWH Qvfw 0' T .W Ml aw .tw ,U QW ied the play "Hamlet". They Lk g Z Science Fiction. .af"'3g. law l N la 9,41 1 T .aol Qjilvl AML .VW . ' Academics 35 "' . A471 B' t ,Q Q 5' t 5 .X 4335- Mrs. Jean Mr. Mike Bre mser Gessner Journalism Drama to Ms. Irene Lesnick Speech l 5-4 Elective classes emphasize basics Maw News-fer W l"3f"f Drama classes this year studied not only the basic concepts of the theater, but also went into famous plays pantomime and each student helped produce a play. In Journalism students learned the basics of news and fea- ture writing, the journalism A wget., ...ft ' 1 laws, and looked at the his- tory of journalism. Speech classes did demonstration, informative, impromptu, persuasive and interpretive speeches this year. 36 Acedemics , - ,- ,ye 1 . "",'v rm., -.. 1 Students practice duel acting while Mr. Mike Gessner coaches. 2 Mrs. Jean Bremser passes out a current issue of The War Chant. 3 Miss Irene Lesnick, Speech and English instructor teaches her English classes about I medieval law. . X 1 'Wy 4 .IE 5. , Qi H ., ll , c . l jf ljagg .L Language students build vocabulanes vi '. IX. x Mrs Kathryn Mr AI Gonzales Mrs. Anita Heyn Mr Manuel Brackney Spamsh Spamsh Rlvero German Latm, Spamsh C French, German and Spamsh C H S D P erformed at the Spanish Christmas Party C in The second year dnd lots of readmg and extra projects t 'V ,ii , 7 A. "-' V ,, 1 ' " it .3 ,.,. T 4' 'EY YI ' if Q4 Ps W ' f is A as y it-N q A A V gg . gli, , if s, -5 4 2 , Mr. Morris Bailey Mr. Carl Riney American Urban Problems History 1. Brenda Daly askes Mr. Adam Cuevas for a media center pass to work on a project for her U.S. History class. 2. lVIr. Carl Riney discusses a news article with one of his junior students. The Social Studies De- partment instituted several unique ideas for 1973-74. The history classes played "Disunia" and built models for their concept of an early colony. World Geography had guest speakers from Holland and Guamp a psychologist and a speaker on land forms. lVlan in Society had the Lawyer Program for their students, and the entire department enjoyed a visit from Canadian Lucky Binnie. 38 Academics US History addition to y C r ri I Mr. Harry Braun Ll C Ll U l'Tl Anthropology '35 vi- A f 'A 2, I Mr. Adam Cuevas American History s1,ic, i s M, lui r A I 75,4 , - rgltfi I A E-F . 1 fr IJ '7 ,M 1 , ya .. li Q lUi,.l"yb - sw, 'J . , fl M r. Bob Heaps American History Wk 1. IVIr. Harry Braun checks to see that all of his students are present before starting a discussion on Cro- Magnon man. 2. lVIr. Bob Heaps grades papers in his U.S. History classes while students read silently. Academics 39 -iaifii' , ' Q.. F15' ' ' ' R , ,A i X.-: Mrs. Kathy Mr. Richard Beale Gross Crafts Art 1 Students receive assistance from art teacher, lVlr. Richard Gross, on carving projects. 2 Mrs. Kathy Beale helps students with a leather project in advanced crafts. lVIr. Gross, new this year has taught his classes the culture of art, composition on formal and informal drawings. They also have studied line drawing and shadowing. Crafts 1-2 classes have worked sculptures of clay and plaster. They covered macrame, leather, rug hook- ing and jewelry during this year. Advanced classes worked on similar projects only in depth. 40 Acedemics Students learn to design and create in art, crafts it Wi- Band chorus rehearse for concerts T V p - , A-'Q-. fe" ,- 1 - F .1 I m,e . - sz t it Mrs. Sheila Corley Mr. Gerald Jensen Chorus Band 1 Mrs. Sheila Corley takes roll in one of her Chorus classes. 2 Band teacher, IVir. Gerald Jensen instructs one of his band students. The three chorus classes practiced for their Christmas and spring concerts. Ad- vanced chorus performed at the Capitol in December. The band and orchestra classes rehearsed for major concerts. The Marching band worked hours before school on their halftime numbers for football season . Academics 41 i mi' 0, igfmjif fi with fl Ai fr Jw 2 Academ 5AwL.ifPyJ"1E5V X. Science classes study the eart Iif Wii viii atoms. by i I 1 Earth Science teacher, Mr. Gary - ' to Johnson explains a homework assign- MZ ni: to one of his students. 2 Mr. A M ne Maison's Biology students rn how to classify plants and VM at i5 nu W icskwwbwguvgi 1 Mrs. Marilyn Harvey explains a chemical reaction to a chemistry student. 2 A student assistant checks with Mr. Larry Prochnau about grading Biology papers. 3 Earth Science students wait to receive graded assignments from Miss Dianna Lepon. The Earth Science classes are divided into three groups . Each teacher, teaches one group then they trade off. The topics that have been taught are rocks and minerals, atomic struc- ture and the history ofthe earth. The Biology classes have studied the metric sys- tem, the atom, organic chemistry and the cell. The chemistry classes have studied atomic theory, chem ical reactions, and also T gases and matter. Nlr Larry Prochnau lVIr Jack Storey Nllss Dianna Lepon Biology Earth Science Earth Science . T t. , I lu..:.nu ' Cooking, sewing, prepares 44 Academics for a future 1 Mrs. Jan Howard evaluates a cake for one of her Home Ec students. 2 Mrs. Howard assists Home Furnishing students on painting color wheels. Home EC. students learned how to make breads and foods from other coun- tries, first semester. Cloth- ing students learned to sew and to make tops and dresses. Advanced students made more difficult projects such as pants, tops, and jackets. 1 Mrs. Shirlene Bruce checks the roll in one of her Child Development classes. 2 Bachelor Survival classes learn about wise money management from Mrs. Bruce. Home Furnishing classes learned to coordinate colors, mark off dimensions, and to draw and design houses. Child Development classes learned, among other things, about personalities, and about a baby before it is born. "Playschool" was held and 25 to 5 year olds came to campus. Bachelor Survival classes learned about the basics of cooking, about social graces, and other things. Mft' . , L ,tri M., i ...W l d I rt 1:13 1 . f H i ,www -MV Mrs. Shirlene Bruce Mrs. Jan Howard Child Development Home Ec Bachelor Survival Home Furnishings Creative Foods 9 Academics 45 V Mr. Lee Mr. Bob Wyatt Harkleroad Metals Automotives IA classes study new techniques 46 Academics 1. Mr. Lee Harkelroad examines a dismantled engine that a student brought in to work on for a special project. 2. Mr. Bob Wyatt demon- strates foundry techniques to some of his beginning metals students. Auto class is designed to give students a basic under- standing of automotives and the working parts, and to im- part skills in the fundamental areas of auto working. In Metals 1 and 2, such areas as basic sheetmetal, bench metal, gas welding, machine and tool operations, and brazing are studied. Ad- vanced metals are oriented more toward the idea of stu- dent interest. lifes 1. Mr. Norbert Kissel shows Stephen McCray how to square a board. 2. Mr. Gene Rettler helps sophomore Bill Price with a drafting problem. 3. Mr. Rettler shows advanced stu- dents how to run the blueprint machine. Drafting classes covered make-up of projects and lay- out of building structures. Many of the second year stu- dents plan to attend Archi- tectural layout class which will be offered next year. Woodworking 1 and 2 is to introduce the basic tech- niques and skills to begin- ning students. Woodworking 3 and 4 consisted of cabinet construction and other more advanced projects. - .: A , Q 'Y ?.i,, --1 TT' Mr. Gene Mr. Norbert Rettler Kissel Drafting Woods ,lg .-J I ' ' A ' ' 1 f 62- fLo!Q,5?.5Cf'-Lf' k'0'U,l -f f' f'g 'S - . ,, f new bf-fr, fn A U In 3 A2014 Ki'-MIA Academics 47 gdsfvrvifll. VV' '12 tr ' A - , , e K ' V. ' 1 QQ , 1 ' '- W , 4. 5 Math Department orders ':' 1 X r' I .Qffa games, puzzles, posters Mr. Dale Bauman Mr. Ed Brown General Math Algebra y gil A 131'-1" y 2 gf r , ,' ' of R Mr. Dave Doerrer Mrs. Darlene Mrs. Ann Walton Mr. David Algebra Fritsche Algebra Yamamoto Algebra Geometry 48 Academics 1 Mr. Dave Doerrer, illustratesagraphinf' techinique on the board. The math department this year has covered everything from General Math to Trigonom- etry. They ordered puzzles and games during the first part of the year. Along with the games they received, some posters with puzzles on them. The department also added two new teachers, Mrs . Ann Wal- ton, and Mr. Ed Brown. 1 Nlr. Ed Brown discusses an Algebra problem with a student. 2 Mr. Dale Bauman reads the answers to the homework assignment from the teach- ers edition. 3 Mrs. Darlene Fritche takes roll before math class begins. 4 Mrs. Ann Walton prepares to issue an assignment on the overhead, Academics 49 Students achieve skills in business 1 A Shorthand student asks Mrs. Artie Miller to demonstrate the newly learned symbols. 2 A General Business student asks Mr. Jay Arnote about his test grade. 3 Mrs. Sheri Butout explains how to address an envelope on the typewriter. 50 Academics s M t' ' . if H N 'XXW 3' 4 - f ff- -VX ' l Q Q . i 1 v , , hm 5, i Mr. :lay AYl'l0f6 Mrs. Sheri Butout Mrs. Arneida TYPIHEJ General Business Miller Shorthand J 1 Mrs. Artie Miller answers a student's question on accounting. 2 Mrs. Sherri Butout demonstates a new electric typewriter for two of her office practice students. 3 Typing 1-2 students prepare for a time drill, that will be given by Mr. Jay Arnote. l- , . , 'Y E ul This year the Business Classes were off to a good start. Office Practice stu- dents learned to use the var- ious machines which would be used in an office. During the remainder of the year they studied correct office procedures and prepared for actual office work. Business Law mainly studied laws I which come up in everyday life. They also spent much time on "lVlock" trials. The Typing classes spent much of their time on increasing their typing speed and ac- curacy . Along with this they have typed to music and rhythm records. The Short- hand students have increased speed and accuracy through- out the year. General Busi- ness students learned the fundamentals of business. They also studied about business transactions and how business effects every- one. Learning how to keep records accurately is what the Accounting students concentrated on. Academics 51 Physical Education involves many activities 1 Coach Ron Jepson, participates with boys in advanced P.E. 2. Mrs. Claudia Bullard demonstrates dif- ferent square dancing techniques. 3. Wrestlers, in P. E. are guided by Coach Ji m Fernandez. Mrs. Claudia Mr. Ernie Dora Bullard Boys P.E. Girls P.E. Mr. Jim Fernandez Boys P. E. 52 Academics ,A if gf, ' VJ 4, " --F 'X L Mr. Ron Jepson Boys P. E. ti: ff i, .18 , Ffa y, ' Q t . ,Q r' f gf Mrs. Mary Pappas Girls P. E. The girls P.E. classes were highlighted this year by numerous electives. The girls had a choice between two activities that ranged from dance to flag-football . Boys P.E. classes covered many activities with the new gym and equipment they had an eventful year. ' Students learn first aid in Health, Driver's Ed. W1 fflfiiiifa 7 Q Wititi - FT - I-I be l, 'W Z .'4:,l 1' 'z yt '-lfbylli, tibia-,'s.if'iif:' ' ATV. Ms 1 Mr. Mike Clupper explains about accident situations. 2 Mr. Clupper observes the traffic board with a student. 3 Nlrs. Kirstie Lutes reads the morning bulletin to her health students. Drivers Ed . classes this year concentrated on reaction times and the responsibilities of car insurance . Each stu- dent was required to do a semester project, six hours of driving time, and twelve hours of observation. Health classes studied smoking, tobacco, venereal diseases and other diseases. They studied drugs, alcohol, men- tal illness and quackery . They also saw films and heard speakers on these sub- jects . x 5 .xv .-3:1l'fgf!lf7l Nlr. Mike MPS. Kirstie Clupper Lutes Drivers Ed. Health i' F 'e T E. .. -,.' j 1,Q.:.nUaqgg3r,,,Ri,'2i:i!:LL nl f b 191. 2 E 5 S K Acade mics 53 Through this open door junior students learn about the history of their nation and the world , This doorway opens to our knowledge and acceptance of our world and the people who have made it what it is today. Juniors 54 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Row 1 Jeff Resler, John McBride, Jim Boule, Mitz Wescott, Jeff Hines. Row 2 Mr. Adam Cuevas,advisor, Mrs Marilyn Harvey, advisor, Mrs. Darlene Fritsche, advisor, Julie Olson, Sue Hauger, Cindy Derrington and Jeannie Hill. lunior Class 'W 2 V I J! S ---ilbfxj x ...fs 'Q ' .. , 17 4 1---1..... fb , W .A .pos x. li A ,. if 1 A Scott Abbe I X A. 1 I 1.v5? 1 Q2 ' if Homer Abbot if 1 ' fLLb 4 , A 7 4 Liz Alba fi it FT? it i -0 Q, .i . L 111 ' N ' ' ik jf, 'gp it ' Michael Allsop digit V V: n ' 1 1,5 I if Jeffery Anthony M ,""' ' 3 .4 1 '1 - J B Kevin Armstrong if " 1 I 4 'i j 4 ' - . If fl A .f my -Q B A '11 255 3- .7 Z gg' , 6 ' ' Patricia Ault 7 h y Dave Baker - -5 L ix f Blaine Ball if W - l'l' - , gigs . a . Ax- s gg W Leilane Balllng 'A 7 H 5 - Levi Barber .1 ' ' , 'M' Q ' A ' Tommy Barger XX ., G " K, I ,, G I I Q L W 3 J 9' 4 'J .1 . 1 Lee Balson Q 15' , .. L 'ie' Douglas Basmaiian Fifi: - ' ' ' l W A r Connie Bell i.. q i.. ' f A -, ' i 3 Rodrick Berry i ,K V' ' J .QLD David Bigsby ' ., V ' I i , A If Jeffrey Bladon me , .Q Egg 3 ' 5 f 5 . sn! 19 I 'R if K y K - X 4- B! Michael Boch Salvatore Bono Brian Borck Don Boch James Boule Walt Blood Kathy Boyle Lewis Bradshaw Kenneth Branti ngham Mary Ann Brethwaite Gary Brewer Lucille Briguglio Lucio Brooks Russell Brown Lane Browning Melanie Broyles Linda Burns Chuck Buchanan Susan Buffington Dennis Bunch Marti Burford Dwight Burley Ruth Burns Albert Burress fe js-1 .,, ,f W, A ' s 11055 f'1Z, i 'hu 213. 4. .. , 15 . i x,- . A Q f Q. A ' vr I , Kuff' T- ' 1 ! l sity .... an ,, xg , 1 . xx .. ielrlrhi - ff" .i .4 is i 1 gg 'V-3' Q 'fi f if m if ' A A" ' titles, Q. 1 .y -- of ., es T fs 4 se 9 3 ,: 21,51 Wig? ey 42 .., sg-,fe Sr 4, 5 ,W Gods make offers you can't refuse 't 53 l l N or L v 9 1 ' f 2,5 ,,-,, A . , 23 l fi df U W f 3 4 ra we , V - I Q l U .q.J3f,,i'-1, . 4- 4 of 5 :egg 4 E R Q no: t .t ly t y y iff y 3 M Q ,L ., 6 V K, K , , r . K L ' Y F-I ,JH gi' i t 5 4 ff ' tl i 'TN' S t o it 1 y , s ,gy ,V K , A I by y 5, c a :f l xw . 'X 1 -Vifizf , I S '51 ra, at ., will l Q 5 -sq 1 J L, V Y Y .L , we I ,, . A Juniors Rod Berry and Don Kolt hold the ankles of their partners during the wheelbarrow race "by the order of the Gods" on Greek Day. English 5-6 classes planned the contests to com- plete their mythology unit. 3 Shari Burson Kurt Butler Louise Butler Jeri Buzan Stan Capps Mike Capulli Georgette Carter Roger Cashen Patricia Centner Susan Christy Pam Clark Walter Cleary Michael Clow Karen Collins Nikki Contino Jeff Cook Sue Coons Ronda Cooper Deborah Copeland Gilbert Cordova Kay Coryell Valerie Cottrell Cindy Covington Bart Cox Juniors 57 Lesley Crawford ' 1 ' -P ik 1 Q its Dorothy Cruz I l ff i -y fi , 1 . 'Z I Cindy Cummings ' xg "tk" nl Miles Curtis I tj? , f tv ' , A Mary Cuzzocrea Q l ' Q 5 Q V T - vioki Dahl K 5 , t- T tj' F ' - -' "' "Q ' A 3 4" f 1 K gl V M , A '-A o 1 it Jerrie Daily Terry Daily Brenda Daly Pamela Dean Gail Deer Deborah Delprincipe .-1 1 Fx : +3.54 - as if L f if tm Q f oi' ' it W ,x ll, N 3 4 v, i 15' 4 B ix f x H Q3 14, ,,i, -A x A gp Q ' . , J, So- 1' I r - ' 1 x 5 F , Don Dennis A Sift tg Mark Dent K - - fi Andrew Denton .5 t- '4 Cindy Donington 1 45,1 lil it h 1 .l Kennith Dirks 1 I ' I i A '3 Kay Dolan ink l l ,F -l .seg A 5 r A Rusty Dollman 3 , l - Valerie Dollman it r it dl., Sheryl Dolittle ff A ' ft W 3' ag . Rose Dorsett , 5,9 ' - jf K, Dan Dove ,ffi of ' Debra Jo Drake '51 fix eis. A A 4 1 l Loralyn Drown r W Larry Dyer if Brad Edson ' X Q 3 . ' Andrew Eggelson ' 8 - I mf ." Henry Ehrman 4 A if gi ' K, Mariane Eidson It W n 'll l I Q 7 . , gs' Delores Evans -, John Fairchild , - Andrew Farley Steve Ferguson -V Cindy Fernau Anthony Ferry M C a.,sl 5, " 'll l Jo Bill Fessler Donna Fetterman Edward Filkins William Fisher Brian Flanigan Terrel Fletcher '- ,il ' ":. 3.1 Kg, H ajj ' Virginia Frechette ' Alv' ' lf Margarat Fredenberg I 3-1... K' I ,B Robie Fuller ' ff tg ' gf In Robert Fulton V3 ' Q James Furman EV ,, N k 1 Terri Furtman , g et L y M Q 1 , . mlflof 58 Juniors i ,oy N K, 'J A x' W x ' .J f , l '- Tl , if Uk ' lip 'gl -t' 'L tt? f W ,. . . Q 'of ,, 'K .1 ,- , L. 'af 9 Q lm, i ll tl! no 1: l All , YNY ' M l - H sw. -sfs, wif K Q Q :'Sgvg jeg, ':5"S 'hp I , .Elf wtf 'qt QP 41:2 ,. E fi! QI , 'HT 23 4' .,,, x Q E X! 5 'ml L+. S f "R ix Joe Garcia Sonia Garcia Lynne Garland Phyllis Gavagan Diana Gent Mark George .4 4: .15 ,J A di fi NH? T519 .1 ,egg 4,9- 3 x lla ef Nlad Hatter Day shows sp la 1 5 101 , x , 3, El :El ', 1. Patricia Girdner Cindy Graber Leo Grabowski Debbie Grafinger Kathy Grafinger Mae Graft kzmaz 8915154 . Brian Gessner Carolyn Getz Karen Gibbs Mary Gibeu William Gill Jerry Gilmore irit, talent Junior, Patti Girdner tries to con- struct a block out of different shaped pieces of wood, as she wears her Thinking Cap on Nlad Hatter Day. . l 4 3 4 f 'yr ,Egg sm, . V . "ff.'.fEjfr. 'A Q .?.-Tv sf N2, , f .,,7,,4 ga' ,r L :K ' -' 1-iiaift-1 ' ' f I " 'ffiif .".,-iifk' gt k P e ?4wf'?'Ig-' 't-'My' ' Pr sag' ,A-. l ' , . "Lp ' ew-:gf Y :- , agp ' jfffg .,j'1 -.-g . -b Q, F ' 5 " -:,, -. sw' .' 1 fi Sl? '- ' I ggi ' '- W , 1 - .f 2,2-' " wi 12: 7 f' .gg - l ji APT .aw . fi Y, f' " I . 'v' , .t 3 ' rm, - xf' ' -ffff l ',7""': Q-if V ' -Q G V if tl. , f , A ,. P an - ' .. Q ,f N .rr E V M F523 M yi . 1 at Agn , - , , f I K - . .,. 2- - .si Juniors 59 5 , ffm ,viii sv ll- 'if ' ,s km if '12 ,,,. 'Y rn ml ., ru? ,.x Clarl Gramer David Grand ji 3: , . X +- ' ' L" L. -,, Janet Gray 4 X 5 J gy" sz: James Gregg ku ,w x if f L Debi Griffin l xi ' 'iff Charles Griffiths L f ,fs 1 - WE l es i? 1' iil' X t'f't31Al'fi',y, A , ' T15zQ-Wig Sfjii ., 5,-:gf igff?Wi.si.j,: 'i ' , , . eii W 5 - . - ' W' - i -Q Aff? ' f 1 . - it ' ' -. 4: Q- i ' iff fif is A if Lee Griffiths i ""' ' f " '54 g i '1 ,H 'fi 4 , Dawn Grisham , G i C f fi Rob erunwaid A iff! 3 ' -- Kevin Gunty it ' X L Janet Guthrie , ' - . , ' . Q Dari Hall " 'L ' ' A "If , 0 J! ' 59' Y ,ff -V r my Susan Hands '- Bonnie Hannasch id V. ., Peggy Hargis I i li L A T' s Lynne Harrington N T' ' eff ,WY .gk i James Harris -V W W - I J G J 1. if , I Qi Delaine Hart ig 2.Jb3fg , " ' Ronald Hatfield i lg - , i H IL j- X ,L Suzan Hauger .' 2 ggi Ni- i ' " - Brian Havey V . r - A t ff! L 2 im, A William Hawks J " t k gh' , X ff. A Karen Hay in T vs. l f ' A ,Y f H i L aYeS 5 A W. I 'Al , , Charles Haynie ,,A, 45 ' r f V ,rit fi it Paula Heath 1 A ' "' g" ' .' Rosco Henry Q ,A U ' - ' T Q- f . f Scott Herrington i J, ' , A , , f ,i W I QV Jeannie Hill s Ni! ,X - ,Q ' J fx X N A R, l ' ,,,. ,- 4 , --' A FMR K' 'W' 'iz 'K h 43. i f iff . 4 ' s 'K r f' - i r i Gloria Hilsabeck y ' 1 A I Q, 'J i' ' Sherri Hixon - A J ' , 3 i A' ' f 2-'VI ffl John Hofferber J 4 - A ' Q - K '- Sonja Hogg K' - , , ' 5 P ' ' I ff 'tty Mike Holm ,- i" L . .ss. 1 x, -.j 7'i - iff' .3 Jon Holcomb 'iv A ' 11' Tiff .Q J i- -. 'fl' .M " 7 ...X V: T 5 , .. V 'n f-"" 'A . x wl ax x -:M tl , -1,14 A Peggy Holt 1 if i if' . Brian Hotchkiss - , I I " "'l' I , , Carrie Howard gg ' . ,, L I A Louis Howard Q 3 - 45 , -- if A A Jeff Hudson ' I, 'V' '. 5 i V 1 Jeff Hui: af" Q " 'V ' ' :mf 60 Juniors Lauren Humble Robert Hunsick Bessie Huskon Mark Hyde Jeff Hynes Richard Ivanisko Lf"-L' ' "u f72G5Sl't' it ' i it S , Q. , SP' K VX- "2 x 5 , ' , 1 I 1- 53152 ,. .Q Si J e- E Tie 'K . f QI' Q.: ' ie, f i 4 .- 'W 1'-2,645 Seminar encourages student attendance Q, 'M . Q 'ff 4 ww W .. ge' 5 F 0 . W1 1 f l S BW 2 gi' V ' ' ff, H . W ' .vw f ' -' 4'-' ' 1 s'7 ff- 1 +V A 5 eaa J., e Q if : i n s J'5l'T'2 -1 is , 7"il 1 ' g Q is in ,Q 'fr its J.-J 'Q I 131 ,J 5. "" .,- sf Ulf? ki x v 1 toni f I 5 J Q 4 anaa fn J . wi s. 7 5 V. . . I x. t J a f X SM 1 K o aj " as x u J s ,. 235315-"i' ' ' -511. . 5 J " 'F f - ff' if' . 2,391 5 5 f ' A ' ' , +. 1, Q1 3 'ia-f Q HT' "V ' ' i ff 3 , fiscal uc- iii. 9 . .LEX A mwwfr E ,QL ,- Melvin Jackson Deborah Jackson Mike Jacobs Curtis Jessee Bill Johnson Donald Johnson Liz Johnson Jimmy Johnson Monica Johnson Nora Johnson Theresa Johnson Mark Johnson Walter Johnson Diana Jones Michael Jones Randy Jones Randy Jones Mitchell Jordan Mrs. Hoffman explains to Kathy Sharp and fellow listeners, how to write a paper for employability seminar. N Juniors 61 1 Q, W, yr., , if 'R W, . Mr. 4 1 a' X .. kv 5 ,, 1 , 1 a .. if a L - , 17 il. i si Mfiif Qi? . gg .fx S S: 1 ,ki Y' I' gg ,k,. . if Q s K x f' V Iv Q 1. , ,. i,, , V , wg, in 1 1 - 1 ' J may will in 4: ,, ., f , F 'Ja ir .1 If 1 wvhb . W -,K t 9 I 6 suv' 4' V ull: 52.11, 'RAW ' 1. 2, . 2 iii:- 2: ' ' " L . T. QL? .51 . , 'i f' , P - W , Q. M i Stag f 1 jf f W .,,. E53 , "ff T 554 5' , 52 3 td' ' fe it W , s F ' , , I i3'd5?.., I 11? -nw, ivy? N ,. s ,i I , , a i.,l Q. Lttgf fp, , ., K , - - iii 5 62 Juniors iii lk.- if Q '- , Z .- 5, Tracy Judson Diane Kane Holly Keats Norma' Keher Tina Kein Keely Kelly Connie Kilduf Jim Kirpatrick Tim Klatt Jody Knochel Bob Kolt Don Kolt Mark Konietzra Richard Kozak David Kuntz Kathy Kwatkosky Cynthia Ladd Jim Lamar Laura Lange Lance Ledin Carol Lee Walker Lee Bonnie Lees Steve Lehman Robin Leimboch Donald Lench Tony Leparulo James Lester Robert Levintino Debbie Levine Vickie Liakos Michael Liner Liz Longfield Cathy Lucas Ron McAllister John McBride Debbie McConnel James McDonald Sherrie Mc Donald Jeff McGlone Neil McMillian Math class tries many experiments it ic? iw Y Ulf, .. Q39 1 Q., i 9 v 9 1 3 I s M 'a 'Z M Y, -,A 7 Rf X ef .1, 3 A sg' s .ff 'Q Q 3 ., ii? . EVM'-1 if 1 '65 X ii f fl S it , , my 5 Q, 4 A f Q, 'R rf? ww- -wi fi, Y m m . N ' v 'K t E, K il. X I riff , i"ii fbif i'i T V 1' Theresa McNamara I ' fry ' A ,H c A yr ' :K ,Q f " . fu 1 ',. 4 'v' ,ff lx I 2' VN Donna McOmber Alan Majeski Paul Manning Bonnie Mansberger Rebecca Mast Steve Mathis Evelyn Mawk Janet Mellinger Kirby Milham John Miller Joni Miller Karen Miller Val Miller Dorene Mize Liz Moceri Clinton Mock Michael Monohan Peter Monohan ff A ' if 191.-'ali 'If Daniel Morales ' -Y 4 ,A f Joel Morton tl . Y. Linda Muir if, 5 Katrina Mullinix it 9 "" A71 L H Jerry Murphy ' ' 'ld r Lois Murphy 3 1 -1. xi ... Jeff Hynes and Liz Harris try to dis- E ij connect two strings, by using topol- L' t K ogy, a bran h of geometry. This ? + branch of m th involves the dis- - tortion of s pes without changing l certain char cteristics. dl , ,Ma-H' Michael Mustacci John Meyers Jacqueline Nelson Ron Nelson Marlene Nichols Jacki Nicholson Marilyn Niemeyer Robert Nilles Beth Nuckolls Kevin O Hanllon Barbara Olsen Julie Olson Daniel Ortega Audrey Oster Tim Panasiti Thomas Parkinson Jeffrey Patten Robert Peddle Dorothy Perry Steven Peters Connie Peterson Jeffrey Peterson Scott Peterson Fred Pickering George Pingitore Radoslav Plesinger Connie Pohlman Kathy Polek Donna Porter Tim Porter Larry Powell Mike Pratt James Price Kendra Price David Proctor Kathleen Pusateri Margaret Puype Richard Reed David Register Jeffery Regler Lonny Richmond Steve Riter , I 4 'xv t V y P t , l Q uw' f+l.E,gv , -L . 5 zine.. , :J , X -- e . si., ,f f' wie. - V4 'N 1x or A ilQ2"f.: P 'ff-in - ,a pt A A , P y J 3 iafpv ,V 1 is , - , ' V , ' I if X ' te, fillgi f .fi 4, A f r X 2 L gs M 5 l uf? :I V, riff-r Q 4 4. fr 1 f P - 'rs i 0 , LM Ti. ' fi ., , V ,5 f,., .J - X 'ii 9 w if 1 "' 2 l R A I Q 1 ,, ll y 4 .3 1. I-. V. ,Q , T wg: , . ,, x , 4 ., , . if , l , in ' ,.L, ,Mi ,v,, L 1 tv H' K' Us K :gy J N i? - - J gy Q Ju niors jog to victory f M f, so t " 4,5 1 it S Q '92 1 have W ,L 51 ,I 1 . Qffflgig , l Y' I Uv. ... , ,, U..- z"f"4iQ?' Q I 14 f.'?7's .Y Y. 'M ,, xp '41 "' ,..:-' .f , 1, A .. '-3 ...K t l PM Q 8 'r Q 2. , x MED .142 , 1 if ft, fi igi ' Q A ' 'ffm' Ili? ' l -i lffig. l "1 ' f"r ff '-wp 'fini rf 'W V ' f 1 1 Xl, We , U . . 1 A T N . of-rg' if 1 t 1 J " 1 7' . - f , K f . 15 . 'sig 3 L' X X ' lit' L .. . - . . r rf. : ' ff - ,ft - xg P' ' I if K ' ' - ,-57' L 11- E We-uf ::' f V-+ 4.1.1-, . f ' - , 0 15.65.331 I Q Qi 1 Z 4' '1 1 Q '54 T if L ' ,, '44- S 'A r x 1 u. A 2 of 9 X.. ,...,-bf, 3 'i 5 55 ,Q . Q lin -J. P Q fs gg 3 f 1 to 2 J we lt. "i. t 3 9 ri?-il Qi a " gil :Sims ' , 'Jig gi- . A 1.fT,.15vt:,QE :gxfee zh 4 wsgizgz , . -fEig354,,5 -lfffg gg' , W . .R :fir 4 ,g , : Q . f rv -3' V ' r 5 , , kf326ia'fj V -, Lg: 2 Q. ' A Mfg .. .QE -, if , 'A 1 . V tl aff . rw., , -:wt .gm I - 3 - i -- uf--. we f W, ' - , qu.. ' ,- .mfr A 132' I , X. 1 - iff AQ4, if f 'ze s . P WZ'-"Q, 1'ZCi"h'V ' IJ' - 1 V ,Ii 1 A . ' 5, li '. ' 'f' V ' , ' 3 L . . -, 4 ff L ...N it its . .- K In ,KVV y, , . i ,e- .? .-fn 3 '.'..'.,-.-.f.'w. .nf-. Juniors stomp on to victory with Brian Gessner, Ken Brantingham, and Richard Ivanisko pulling Junior chariot with Kathy Boyle riding. They won two trophies for best look ing chariot and chariot race during the Pow-Wow week festivities. I, A Mu-1,5 .we .5 -if i -'z 13 15, H 1 -vs , 'jg P: Qv ,Ig A 4' ' ' N fr Q IN Q' 31' A i Q W ,, ws ,J ug ? , ,- f ' A,, ,, 41 r 'U 1 1 ciii 9 X K . , David Robbins Nancy Robbins Edwin Roberts Kim Roberts Phillip Robinet Alan Robinson Michelle Roby Jeffery Rochford Larry Rodriquez Michael Rohrs Henry Roney Brian Rovelli Jean Rust Ken Ryan Chris Salcido Marie Salcido Joe Sana Garry Sanchez Tim Sanders Robert Sands Marvin Saylor Cindy Schisler Charles Schroyer Peter Schroyer Juniors 65 E! 5' I ' i ji: j V fl .f' , Lt : li gl s 5 ,-, 3533 19 ls - 15 A It 1 A V 1. V- l f I, , A-fl ' JR 'X we l S Cx f f gl' fa' e L 5 .s 1 - cv , , , or - 'V a W 'NE-whtii ' ' h- 5 T, A' I , Q.. XAJ . s Q, fl 1? I 9 1 M 66 Juniors "wiki-'3Z?3s ,W if n., ws-4-My ff . . K be Leslie Scott Wendy Scott Billie Seitz Larry Seppala Patricia Shaff Steve Shaffer Kathleen Sharp Steven Sharp Robert Shepard Allen Shugg Linda Shultz Cynthia Shupe , L X I J L W12'fl. . lk'lk "' mf ' L 1 l' Marion Singleton C V f" Jia f' ' 6 ' ' T Ernie Slater ' J Mike Smith , ' T as N Reid smith ' X 2-F , e - A, y Mary Soards l' Ls -- t ' Jesse Sommer 'F t 'X S F-3744: In f-'K 9 . i N ' :f ' ' . ..,' I - V 'if Barbara Soto A WT" ae Craig Spann ' 'if' ' A '. ' Charles Spencer ,EQ V2 ' ' A Kenneth Spoon - ' Lf Lonnie Starnes to I S Ulf' Michael sfienke K A A 1 it it l C: v 5, .A.,, Ar , A Q N 5, George Stewart Q 5? ' af h , V 1.i - Q , Ronald Stone f fe Douglas Straight V Q .I S , l ' Margaret Strand 'S' 'W Adi . . W ' 55' ' fi John Strippleman K 4 'tt' ' X J ' 2 Q 1 I Jeffry stun A ,uf A Alix S N ax 1 h in 4 fe. N"' M Gail Sullivan , f i Hal Swagel 7 'A X' Sunnie Syron ' ' ' A Matt Tarver .- A Q 5 John Thoennis A , ' i Dana Thornhill + 'wf -1 4 k "wiv I, X K , ,Q ., gwji , at Homer Tipsword Q, 1 Q, ' ' A, ,sf Gary Torrejos 5 'Q X - 1 Kimberly Totherow W, .bis . - Wg t Y Tamra Townsend W N - f- I ag' LA, Candy Treat hfg x' Y . J it ig X , Stephen Turkiewicz j ffkxf .- S 'R. X A 'Y '5 '-'if vi 5 A N31 4 , l f Kenneth Vallee 5 Cindy Vandberg - , .: - 1 Steven Vandergriff K N 'la Breck VanKleeck ' f ' 'C Kelli Varner ' 4' W ' Dean Vasquez X ns l Q Q1 V ,va-1-. -1 x -. Vfm, ,,:., , -:'i my ' K ' Estella Vasquez A ,DL , .. +3 i Debra Veldhuis ' Q-A I Q ,Ji " Barbara Ventrella ,U s l' V v i ' ,- James Vezaldeno " 1 ' - r:L .3 fl' 4' , , Janine Vitkovich ' ' . J .W Lynda Waggoner i n eil W 1 " , I ' " X imi' .f, '. , z,,,, v - . ' -5" w i L ' -Q. ig gg 1' " A ,gffy -L , Kent Wagner -' f --1 ' I , ' f .Q Cheryl Walden J f4lf,f , . 1 " ' g Charles Waldo J 2 - , Yuri - J V ,lg Doug Wallace ," i lx 4' F, 4 , . 1 Lucrecia Walp Robert Wansley . aeaa J Q ' ' ' , 4" A K 'Q 1 all , l H if is 5 '41 1' 'i 355. I: 4 .44 , R., W5 l' A KT , f A Fe, gzlfg in ' , , M 2 is-,sa f , ,y Algebra students find newdimensions Radaslav Plesinger, Dennis Youngberg and Ken Brantingham, play 3-d tic-tac-toe in Algebra 3-4. -4 5. 1 '- "','l gig ',l" I aff ' 'rr' fig: 5 W arar w Charles Warren Q f - ' 5 5 if 3 Lois Warren 5, , ' . at ul .. ' e Tom Warren h ' if E - ' if A Rhonda Webster - J , 9 gps . 15 1 74 ' QL, jg Tim Webster L qi, , gig 4, A ,5lA,,k,5,. .. James Welker Q ' ' .3 . f S". rf K Juniors 67 F -4 A -I f , M G ff " " ff 47: '- same , U N L Y ,.k.,, , ..., ALUME HU 23. aff!! ENV -5' Mr. Christmas explains how to fill K out applications for licenses to Rhonda Webster, Sherri McDonald, and Warren Zarder, in Driver's Ed. Q ' C Mary Welker Y , 5 Rusty Wells H' , Mitzi Wescott r ' i B S 51: - "Q, ,-2 :Zh 't-U if , :J A . YJ: -'E 'K T .at b 'fs -, x Q f W ' all ai ,X 5 V . " .lj ,, sv ,Q , 'F 'S f ' " - 'V ff, S 1 Q , f 2:1 -I 7,2 ft " sz." :. 5' 4 3 SQ so . ' ii? i, hifi' kfi'f ML' ' .l , ' - ' 3- ., ,f ., , HHQLQEM Q is .1 1, -, r 4 is W 7 , , A 5' we ,A,' L +' - 5 4 x , ' J S iff. ,, 5 . -l wg-a 3 f- Q A xg, Q fs: iw it I, ' L ' S - 51 ! +4 t , A.. ' ' -,V gala, f,,'fE1 Q' ,iii j' -5 -jr'-1 ,Q ff+".,, ' A , eg 3 J ' ' "wif ' 1' l fig :ti 9? ' Lf ' ' . " G5 Lk ,Mn or J f A gg 12 ,ii 68 Juniors Ray White Monte Wieters Bob Wilkie Barbara Willard Bill Willis Steven Wilmoth Sheryl Wilson John Winfield Chris Winkler Michael Wissert Valerie Wolfe Don Wood Jerry Wright Luanne Wright Sandi Wright 'X- ' A F 4 Q -may ' ' ,K tag , fax RL? - Q , , . swf Wayne Wright Kathy Wyatt Ken Dirks and Walker Lee get help from Mrs. Harvey in the process of making hydrogen gas in the chem- istry lab. "' f " " L' K 'td 6 "", f Kevin Wyman --' A K e . Rusty Yaney if? ' Q 7 . V - f -' , - Phil Yoder 5 Q13 fflji fl J y Dennis Youngberg 1 V , 51 - K L f Warren Zarder 1 4 J M Q ,Q 1711553 Jan Zaruba 55,41 .'x, xx 'L it in . ' W Lori Zoelk 5 ii ' -Q Linda Astler ,. N M -L .. Y Tim Axley ,, Lv Q f GL, ,, Virginia Hines Q' F -f N Louis Howley 5 X 3 . V Leonard Klein V .W wie, M y L y , V , lll,: 'qt' Cindy Kosty V .D - r,,1 Dan :vault ji, E Mark Perkins , , ,I X if Ron Rodgers Z 'X , Q,tg f, Dale Smyser W2 Brian Tucek f K X fr M 1 5 w Juniors 69 Sophomores 70 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Row 1 Scott Dent, Kathie Bremer. Row 2 Mr. Gary John on dvisor, Kathy Tveit, Diana Sutter, Jody Falk and Corey Turner. YXQMC N5 -' Bk ,MA Lf, our-e. xM.x5 woaikvxtss o-us-A X500 Svvxkki CS 'Q'-WS W vtfxwvxurl Eff-Q 1-call, YAG.-3 q 'Saga 561 T-M43 '12, kw-A-ua you Bmlldq ,NMCJ Go 31259 gal M , WM. "'f'QAfS 904112 Sl-UPU Through this open door sophomore students learn about cells that make up living and dead objects . These students welcome the open door to this room be- cause they have the chance to learn the make up of plants and their own bodies . This open door can lead to further study and even employment in this field. Soph m r s7l George Seff gets ready to race in the sophomore chariot at the Pow Wow Week pep assembly. 72 Sophomores Micheal Anzelmo Kerry Armstrong Micheal Ault Venus Austin Don Back Valerie Barker Brian Barr Zachary Baskin Vira Batyko Julie Beattie Harlan Adams Dave Agnello John Allan Dave Allert A an-nl "" dl. I -., Y- l fix, .l David Backus Judy Ball Eileen Balmes Larry Barker ,Nl .4 3' . 'rf . , ,- l J B it ,. 4 -- .- N Qi -.. 4 If '.f 2 1 -I 'l' F ' .2-ff Scott Abbe , fs Kim Abrecka K " V ' if Q1 wif ig 7 ny. 13 774 it my I Z. , .- '- V. ar, ' A . , ' f l "" 39" rf .- l JJ .J d as X 1 J , ew' 45355-.z.1 si. Charioteers prepare for J is competition ls f x 4 V., 3' Kimberley Altemus W Roy Anthes ,aw 7 X ,L,ggl?A. l 'qv 'Q 1 1, Egg, T, . s J- 4 4- l is if J., .ji by K 'A X I ' V '1 4 P In ,. Qt . I Q ' ilu ' X w Q ' X' gii,:gyf:,:1 5.3, , 5 .7 2' I , X xx 1' l f A X 1 V Q 4 - ls N A w ' 'LN Q3 ws, , .. -,,,r c' g fi2ff-'31 ,fl-FQ 3 ' A 'if . .Q life 2515? a ' an 1 l,., ' ' Q P 1 'a j ' , 3 xx ' 1 V V Q 'L ,uf V waz, Q: , X.. Y K' Q- fr P' if if ,t L ' I A v 'X . , , X , il 1 2-.. . ,y t W . t, it V . v 'il li , 4 X1 QQ gl Qt Q r A A tgiif, ' :Qi 1 :52 a V J ag M f Sm IZQ3 l f. 5 Begg ? I is n I W 9 : H, ,. 1, J A ii Q Q X i s :gays 55 is ,,, . it 1 M11 A 1. 1-W5 af: I. in A -' fr: , as uf . I Q . wg l da. h , 'Iii ' - 1 , Q A ur -'5 '...+: 'V 4 1 J K" I We ' r , M. A " xx lbttu '- ',,,. agile A 1 , I ' -'L- ,ggi ,. Gm 1 , 0' ii J i Micheal Beck Scott Becker Steven Bedrin Melinda Bell Robin Bell David Bennallack Joseph Bergin Vickie Bernards Lynn Bigsby Lorrie Bingham Matt Birch Janie Black Joy Blanchard Margaret Blood Clay Bloomquist Patti Boesch Diana Boise Ann Bond Larry Bonebrake Judy Book Noel Boucher Diana Bowerman Debbie Bowers Terri Bradshaw Debbie Bramwell Gail Branch Gary Brasher Katie Bremer Mindy Bremer Kathy Briant David Brogen Melissa Brown Pennie Brown Martha Broyles Amy Bruder Elton Bryant Jane Boyd Kathy Buckley Kenneth Burch Alan Burford Careers unit ' ' Kathleen Bulter invites rm Lawrence Bynon Jessica Burress Larry Callaway - 1 V V Judy Campbell l 'i ' Elizabeth Cannon Y., Al Capozzi Martina Capulli Keith Carberry Z Brian Carlson Michelle Caron '1,,l' D 'ff' George Catlin ,ggi x y , Ginger Cecich P. ' fix zi ' Eiliili 74 Sophomores Joe Centner Robert Chase Debra Clark :V his 2' ,iii ,5 an George Clark g, '.'f"fEgQ?f,s Lori Clark R ' ll' Ruth Clark -A ' - Eddie Clift in . ll 'ly Linda Collins Anna Cook Linda Coons Kitrina Cooper Deborah Clifton Terry Collamer Karen Collins ' 352, -gi 1 ga, af 1' , J 8 ll ' " fn- cr. 5 E . 2 i :QTQLZ 1" ' aff in 95 ' l 4 , :ie '4 'K ff - .44 uv A 1 A A 'f . Jw' " B. ' J, f AM, 5 1 , X I V,M.W4 , K - tl 1 A A 3 ' Eg , v. gf' ' X it 5 J ' M i l ' ' 1 tl 'P R yr aifg' QE? 5 , H fn. f"' " K ly V7 .. 5 1, Qs, x 4: gif 4 we V . ' K ,J ' , .tl sr" ni.. 5 1 '5 Q. , si s . f , I l A gi R' 'Y ll 'Q 'ef -'I-1 'wi Fi' " y , ii' if Wg -X if sf ir. -. 1 A it V K S , ' 1. , . ,M , ,jbgw92.- ' 1 1 f Evil: i A' 1 sl f L ,Q ,, "SW , X fx we V is if ll 545 W . 15,5 'Q 5, 1, .,. A 4 '55 4 my e 5" 5- ' if 1 Q 4 551 X , K . fi- r 'xzglfrr 7' , i ' 'S' x, . ififjist "1 4 . ' , ji? 'f.,. x: .ff V 9- 3. 4 a w , Y .52 " K '. ' 3 Fifi? gg ,. f 7. 'EES A , ' 11.1,-'cgi 1' n. ' .Zan Jack Cossell Louise Cox Lynette Craft Frances Crawford Sheri Crowley Anna Cuzzocrea Mark D'Agostino Scott Dahl Mike Dake Linda Daly Patty Damiano John Danko .- , :- v 4 it N, ,X rg QU . H- 4 Bob Walker fires demo machine gun at Army demonstration while other stu- dents look at the other exhibits. Bob Davis Jean Davis Cindy DeBoer Michelle De' Donatis Cindy Delbrook '93 ali f , sf t 1 ',,-- 4 A' 5? S sf b Q - ' if-,Q A fl ,r 1 ic- ' ' . -, ' W at 4 W JDJ ziiisfkw- A NV.. J, , , at 711 i an . A. - Q . -s I . "4 5 1 ,.. 2 . , Y 4, Q. Q 5 , 1 xl' W,-if M , 5- , ,sf , .V j, K ,J ,A i.,' , , ,, . A K - raw ,Hi '- -rv' f - . 1 A-l , X f , 1 all ' H--..S f- - --:yr , ,fm K H K . , S , - 12 m y 9 X 1 1 . 5 1 xx, , gf, Q 2 it .3 f l . X I Scott Dent Nancy Dettling Steve Doepke Kathleen Dray Thomas Drew Cheryl Eacock Terry Eastin Sabra Ehrhart Karen Ellison Tim Elvendahl Renee Erick Cory Erickson Rene Erwin Jody Falk Bruce Farrell Sam Fasano Glenn Fisher Karey Fitzgerald Sophomores 75 76 Sophomores Sean Flanagan Ellen Fleming Michaelyn Flood Margaret Florez Diana Foggy Darlene Foster Dudley Foster Janie Foster David Frances Carol Franke Susan Franke Carl Freed Tina Gaede Kristie Gannon Mitchell Garland Hank Germain Katherine Gessner Robert Gilbert V Dolores Gonzales Donna Gonzales Jeff Gossard Joe Green Elizabeth Greer Holly Grieser Joreen Grisham X VV it " Q11 i 'TK' 'vw 'S fi E lm, -,sf me 'Y' ,fa 2 - F - rt WSE' ' J, rr . K f A ' A ' ,4 , :X ' M, I :N " Nw S' ' f'2'1fi!Q? N1f, ' 'f' Zigi F A " 'f '-, ff'-Lfl'fif?t fl qf' ., if V ?!f4f,,,V .V V ,rfE.5,- V Vg l. wie.. VV vi M., , . , .A.-, .- .f . " ' 'L'-'-Z mmf 1 'M i 'J ' . .glfwf is -lv i A Y . -r 1 1 f 1 . 3 .K if 5 1, if. -.Q-N 'wi "4 l - N f it , its L. s. .A Igils , . -V ti , ugh I ' ' 'g VV V S. 3 1 l il 4 gagii , V- ,Q-El Q' V t .. hwy A " 4, 3 K 3 Y Al l .4 i ug-5 ,Q " Q if .ala V ' fir M SE Qs dx2,iF , 1? Q l'-s he Joey Gfubof i .F , of Kathy Grunden pr V V A ' V j Roger Grunwald l 1 'QV " ,QV 'ff Scott Gunn l V - . ' V V Q' 1? Joe Halik 9 -gg-fl , 'Q dt '- 1 N f-'-,-A -eff " X My 4 A r' ste 351 r .l ' 'QSQQQQV Naomi Halitzka i ,, 4 f Mary Hammond ,ll A Q, ' V . f' Vicki Hansen 35' A " V M y Elizabeth Harris .- ', i Dara Hartnett V 3' ff, A . I -,r . t af VV V ,V ,,.V VV , Eugene Hasse 'Q mr' Mike Hayden -VV ' ' D '3 Q Thelma Helkey V . VVVV, ' V V Constance Hermansen I -3f',L5 ' , ,. Mark Herrin I 1 I 3? 'lfffh' 13' l 'lt if E19 'Qs' if i f xi, ' yr' QT" " 'xil1!ltQ ' .-5 sf 3 ij, f a A. ' 533 aw' V Y'- iii f as fi- 1 .'1" -. ' 'N Q M 1, 3 I li j l 1 -Q . 2-'21, 1 : nn , 4. xo A 1 :Al l I :z'.::'.z::x'.1'- ,,-'4E2:::E'Q 5231151 1 ' v, fi F A N 1 iiit F 5 gi. ' gli" ' w?f.sf, -, ri ,QL " ' 1 - A K l K' ' Q at V , as .V 'J ,Q . 4 4 a 1 Q V ' we is ' ' Sv Q X 5152 RXXXX Wlttfm Sophomores shout for spirit stick ' 29' ai' i H , Q X XI- I Y 9 .ss A . if ,MH ,A ,:p":Y?'f .7 r F I 474 f I 'tif '21 'gs Y L i 1 5. 2 4 fs . if I M esvw w Huw " Q: , ' '4- I f . up S 0 x ' f wh K 3 l M f 4 L T" ' 'i is i fi Janice Herrington Scott Hermann Bradley Hicks Terence Hicks f ' V , H J . 1,7 H ze.. lr ,g,. , Mt. . H , - by il Q3 n 'iiffi ' H fi - ., ' vi li 255552 K N I .' ' H ,E Y" QW' , a ' ' ff' 'ifiiir :s z ' H? - Y , 12,4 4. xx ,i , H . 1 'iww wi ssswwf .ww is wagghag . 1. , 15. . ' if xi H K PB' ' 'QW' . , - ' J W I , , ' J -? H 1 ' EH, .si .4 ? g it Q li W ,gy, Q E Q I lf- , stgg y s H P1 s gf? He.: 'V ps R! QV?s5,JQe iwwwwimwegl t? Whqf nan J Q J iii " . , gg. 7. is .063 ol' j, Niki Highland Robin Hight Kathy Hill Rod Hines in - 54 , 353,w.:A? A L. 1.4. ,, A 'grfy' ' JV cheerleaders urge the sophomores to yell during the Pow Wow assembly Julie Hinton Tamara Hohn Jody Holcomb Lori Holley Vickie Hopkins Rosalind Hunt Kyle Huston Pam Hyde Julie Hynes Leayne Hilliker f H- Katherine Hosford Epi V ' Penny Houben gg " A Zane Howe fl Richard Howley f z I .L :V - 1 , 5 H . fi, ? ,fradwffv Hrrr H V' iff L gig f H N f 7 ' J 78 Sophomores Gary Ivan Randy Jensen Anthony Jones Bradley Jones Glen Jones Glenn Jones Sherry Jones Susan Jones Paul Joseph James Joyce Karen Kaasa Kathleen Kapusicinski l Kim Kapusicinski Charles Keenan David Keller Susanna Koenig Charles Kossow Cynthia Kosty Jamie Kurtz Becky Lanford Susan Lange ev V wi . Z X 4 ,1-uf ,f 'xv-: 'iw sv L a -il --vi VH , ,. fain, 'f" ,J ' 9 'A 1, ' ip? i 4 A s J ' 1 ' 'nr .sy . '- f" . A J M173 - yivfigu 3,2 V gy A ., . - X' 5, , . .,f'l ' f - . , , fifi if l ' " S537 Lf' -,ii v ' "i' Q , , , H V 1, " '94 '4"' ' it ' git?" ' Q A L17 ' 5? ' - , J I ... u f .. . at 2 is 3" A 5" ,' 1 +L. 4 1, f 1 X J A ev A- ' " 1 1 ', ' 1 . , . A-'jg .V j' X' 1 ,..',' j t ' 4 z ,fwfr 'ii l 2 :+L . 9 it . Bi g K, 2 is fb 'Qi ,it - N' l K v my 'ATfQ1"1X ,- -tl ,ds g .1,xME . - -2 W 'ii J E -1 lg? l - A , ,V ,fy y, . - .... . rj in gg .1 N . 1 .A K 1 1 l ' 1 L' i ,N - ' , li Ki ' ,ff fnisgi ggi , L af S P' N is ,Q ' 4 f Jacques La'Brance pg' ' 1 gr , ,cv 3 K, . William Lange Michael Lard Diana Larsen Timothy Lass James Lassely Laura Latimer Kathy Lay Kenneth Lees Patty Lewis Thomas Lewis Susan Loftis Rahlan Long Laura Longfield Steve Lopez Bruce Lowell J bs! A Lp 2 3 we 7"f's,- N K 1 'red 'J ' 5425: X F' E ' sf l K J V 5 if .2 4 lg, " 1 X V if 1. f :A .-my ,fp V 1 L Pl - .yn 'fav 631 ' '31 is Q 4 X . 'ai f 'sis 'Q l R Leona McCulley Roxanne Mc Davitt I x , 4' few- 'ml-i1.a.J:f" W ' 1 - El" 'A ftf' . g-L , 2' f Y-it . 2 L. fgiisllgi .Y , . , iv "'Z',,l ' 2.4 to f V- L 'f aJ l gh .1 r - ' 1 . v , y ang-gt v xr, fi 'A lil" . K fl' fl -" Mfg-' e l -W ' 1 -v i, ss , ' lf.-1 ,.1. , E A Q' ' V '. sv. I .gb ,J Cherry McCasIand Dawn McCleary Stewart McCray Robert McCullen Joseph McDonald Kim McElwein John McEroy Don McGerry Laura McGilvray Eetty McGovern Steve Mc Cray : v'Gf'tf't?s.f fi l A 4r'f'fAwG" "' ' H1 lil - V e f , -me :gag we mfg-f f-V 1 ,,s, I .-ii" , A, S L f I i -.., ' 1 L iff F' " , L 4: iigflffif ,-:nz in ' A941 , its we 'Q '- " , f ,ezfeifs -'.' .. 1' ff 'L.!Qiiu1':'1ff'f.'f.?7+CF P? s gg? 0. Qt 6 W 3 egg? Starlean Marsh Tom Martin sf, T A . - 'S af ' " at 1' x I 95' 'C ,r 39 a gafiiii V 1. K ' iv- A :H Robert Malone Pamela Mandile Bradly Marchant Steve Marek Anna Martinez Anne Massa Chuck Medici Vicki Meeks Mary Lou Merrill Cathy Midkiff Larry Miller Rusty Miller During a unit on China, World Geography students try out tradi- tional Chinese food prepared in the Home Ec building. China unit ends with new tastes Sophomores 79 Sophomore Jack Zimmer looks at a diesel engine at the Civic Plaza. 80 Sophomores David Monaghan Jay Moninger Tammy Miller Patti Mitchell . ,. eww -. X Tammy Montgomery it in-:ff . , N Debbie Moore Eva Moore Laura Morgan Vicky Moussau Karl Mueller Clifton Mungle Mike Munsell Cindy Munster Steve Munster Gary Murrey Pam Mustacci Dave Myers Lisa Niemeier Tony Nikes Nancy Nowels Chuck O' Bryan Carol Ockenfels 1, z 3- Class of 76 discovers job offers .1 an Q5 so sf? Q . Lx "1 x l KN v Q TTQ WJ V -4 2 ,. t ' ' vw a 9 , . ., w ' s -I : , ar l 'Q- P' V s, , ,.. T 41 ' ff ' l 2539 , x tint. sz g'gfllllf 7T3? , - ' A "' ' " ' l K 'Hai ff 5 ' 1 ' ,L rf .1 . Vt-V 5 T 7, Q , , ,, A , ' I 1 23, ' , 11 ' A I P-A ' 1 .. X ,es x,.,i'i f . 15 - g '-'-ilfj y llif lsr i f "Q4"Sx 'tif A -, af ' iw.: - N l . if A my X- l , l I Q- - ,1 ' 'V Y A .4 Jw. la V-L'-gil ' .': ' 551 ' ff N l ' K S Az, 9,1 N 'fggzi N 1 l .. r z . . l ' -" ., E7 I 23353 f" ' 4, 4 ' g 1 3 V- Q: .Y , , f 1 ' iq, 4 x , Y ,,, ,LJ 'v . , V ,J .e '- . 1 1. 'ii ,1 A . ' ' , f 5 1 l ' . 1 ',:'ff'a ' ' E 1-sill' A ' f - ' :an Egializ. A - f D AX 'A W ,V 4, :ir . I if f 9. -5- t 55, Yr: I A 3 4 V , . A 2 f ia ' .i 'L W A 'E , ,Q W - 'S ' fit". K. Lf I jf ' : fe i ' A iV'L - 1 'V' 'l 1 't is X iff A grim! I, 'I e i I . Q P lk ,PL t , K . P P f S f-e-f'e-g- l ' . f A ...-4--"'-' , . eu J . 'E " ,ti P f e V . ' X, ' I ' ,Q V -I gif , .:-- gqj 2. 3,953 - 2 ., ,Z L, N . . , 45 x 5, 4 :J,:Af,- I, ,e A55 i are P e 2 . Ja.: 'H L 4 A S x ? 1 . 1 ti.-.'g4, ,,.. hh, A , . '. . WH. ? J, -vu .-.. .,,,. - ' ?' V 4- I ' ' 2:1 ZR is f Y 'eg 1 - N-5 9 . 5 L- -." ,E .Q -. li W fr, s, ' ,N it mx 'I 1 1 Qi, I K l eefs , :ul fb R W .3 aff Y an 3 'L 55--1, 2'i"Z3'. . ,. .- 1 v -6 ' - vw e A 1' l 5 fi ij' 'igff if 1 X if ' s Erin O' Connell Peggy O' Keefe Michael Olas Lester Ordway Linda Olmsdead Susan Oremus Mike Ortega Dale Oviedo Frank Palermo Mike Parcell Dee Parker Michele Pastor Mike Pastor Carl Pelton Alice Pennington Dennis Peters Russ Peters Sally Peters Mike Peterson Thomas Pettijohn Robin Petty Tom Pickering Debbie Pierce Tim Plummer Lisa Pool Ricky Poole Jeff Powell Susan Powell Nancy Pratt Bill Price Antony Pujol Debbie Pursell Jerry Purvis Pete Pusateri Judy Rafidi Dave Raimonde James Ray Rickey Reese Mary Beth Reinhart Joe Rexing Sophomores 81 Ed Rivers Patty Robbins Paige Roepke Eula Rossenbalm Mike Rossier Bob Rotisky Vicki Rotolo Mike Rotsteen Bill Rouse Steve Rucker Kathy Ryant James Saunders Michael Schabel Sherrie Rhoton Pat Richardson 1 - - Walter Riordan ' 'i B k R. in , ec y :vera ., l ,V I K' I 1 , , C 5, 'N ffl g ,A I f. il 7 ,A V- A ' ' J, ,, 1 ,i 1. ,V - 1 fm? -, P' V .,:',.Q f U - -12, 4 ' X ,hu 64-fu .X .fx , ' -5' .4 . , l S11 , - M ' - - - 1. .,-,- 4, b ,S ? N K T U s I e1Q, ,. , 2 ,..,, l,s,, 5 . ,an AV ky T' I fm , is .Gil - W, W '-..., in Ai, , L K , 4 ' .J .f fr-2:1 i X l I ws : 1 Valerie Scheuermann 1 Ad, ,... 'Q Q Q3 1 fo -:tif , , , fs, 4 .. sg Bill Schneider Allen Schultz Paul Scott George Seff Kimberly Self Lee Self Chris Severson Julaine Sexton Pete Sezate Tim Shafer DeEtte Shaw John Shelley Brenda Shintaku Tammy Short Dennis Shoup Netta Showater Donna Siegert Laura Simpson Chris Slingluff Zachery Smiljanic Chris Smith Christine Smith r, 'x f- l -e ' 'x" t'9f? 'Ea S L ' ,- N 2 if A M5 1 2 la, ,Q fy-i A if Q 1 Q f - -s" 2 if , , Nh., l rr, X' F , , li 4: We W fSf?Q.3:'i'T1'3 T39 Q' a. , ,Q 'Fil w X , fp - V, tl 1 4 . v . ,, nf .1 N , ' ul, 3 Q, r L Q il ' N ' I V' 'll 'sf Q V N 2 X' . .lima l l 2 , S S A , .A , .es A .M A K, .r egg ,W M KJ XX X fe. 44 'GX i 51625 s 15: Q- 'iw ' 'E ig 1 . V' . ' N,-, .S U, ., to .f H 5 ' ' 53? 5 " W3 935- ' ,Q ' . Q" tt- 'Y ' lf, V L 'if T- V57 Y? . 1' 'Fifi - - ' ' . ' sift' i ,t 'fa g-fi is RH ff 1 1 iwk ii . fl Z ' .- if ' fi as f .2153 ,gh ff as A5 ,, Y l lik R EQ S. , 5 , K N it L. , z, -. 15? . -L. f- K Q 1 - L, M - S A as gf -u ' " . 'J 2 - --1 . '. rf -' X- Wt. wi '3 ig v fv - ffl- V in fi 3-,,, ,fn :SA-Il-'gig 4 . , li: -"M1:2:4a .gg , M Q.. N " if? ' fQ'Kk Q? li' 4 V' -is 1233 - J ft' , ab My at el - W A N' ' Q . 5, , ., as A we l 1 ,, N 5 nav- W . ,Fl , it X- . W - .R ' 56,1 L . A win .a -x in ., A f 'SH 2 Larry Smith Pattie Smith is-rw Q, f ew ga , ,E L5'L 5 T fQ f' ' 4 Q-Q -f-M ' iw , .Q js rn asg y' ' I Wtjq at it - f I . I 0 J: .- wwf I tg It , f A X V ,Q . . -ff .gi X ,X . eq , A , in ,V , , 't TT Q., r - 5, . 1 3 i A.. it A QZQQQ " a.,..gw W . ,. Y 'KF' ,4 A xx ,E f a I f A 5 4 ' A V .1 -:llvv X A ' , ,l J i gf 'F 3 ' Q-34" t' vs, ,, S . ,sit A , il tff as S S S 2 f S tt Ii ,A ' ' , A H- S r sv, li Y t A if ft """ .. 'I S M AV . ' S f 7 V R li if ,,,. ,. .. - x W S X, K n New f l S Ft-Theta 1 Hi? Laurie Solomon John Soto Eugene Stanford Linda Stapleton Toni Steely Rick Steinke Randy Stenquist Connie Stevenson Barbara Stewart Richard Stewart Janie Stiak Julie Stiak Lana Stinemetz Faye Stone Nancy Straight Kathy Straussen Rhonda Stump Barby Sullivan Dan Sullivan Diana Sutter Pickering, Jeff Gossard, and David Watson pose as cheerleaders for the Guys cheer sophomore puff victory Sophomores 83 84 Sophomores Doug Swenson Nick Taylor Jeff Theisen Cindy Thiers Joan Thum Sharon Tieman Rick Tillery Cindy Tock James Tress Debbie Trudeau Jim Tryon Steve Tucek Dave Tucker Kim Tungate Jolene Tunks Corey Turner Kathy Tveit David VandeBerg Darrell Van Houten Douglas Veldhuls Kathy Vezaldenos Tom Visconti Mitch Vitkouich Martin Voss Josh Voynick Arlzhony Wagner Bob Walker Daniel Walker Debbie Walker Randy Walis Kevin Walsh John Watson Candice Wax Rita Webster Ronnie Webster Karl Weiss Joe Weller Jeff Wendorff Alan Wessel Jodi Wheeler an , ' r Q J frijl '23 . ' " 1, --A g . "Z, ' '14 W1 r ug." -5 I f , J Z, I s.,-if .Yu ki ,K . K -A 5 I Y. V , .. -- Y- ' 1 L 31 , Zh x f L :U -.tg , S ll it Laws ff if-gg-. wr-1 . -, -, 3' .nd . 1 , J i .Q 2, 'W Tir, D 'A W p . f: H - - fs- Q .s 'ig cg- 'iii ' .-4? lk- , , .- . v I X . xi' : s 5.1, 'f-xl 1' Q lb 5 c, .mxxxlwkzv 1fM,,,.x: T: 1 11. nm- nluxv , -. 2342, .f 11? f ,RQ 'Ali' T 1:1 . -r 3, '5 , A 5.5, -:Fwy 5 ,5 A K . K lsltl 1 I h e y s g- A .f . 1 ' " "' - 'wi 1 X L I y -K: H' A - - .- ff -, 3 1 , , -' - iff, 'S . 3 5, A 6 5 .. sv. - ' v ."'.,.' '- 1 mf , X-1 dns., ., , U- if ' 'f . 'Mar I ' ,ffl Tp, , D Q - Vg r iswf' ' " ,gy Q ' 5 5 'V,r- ' J," 2 'V 1 A- ' ' 'SL , V ' TF: '45, ll if, C ' , he-A x .fl 1 1- s' lf: p K fl , f X' -iff: V 9? " gl' "" 53 ' ' 'qw ' ' JI- ' , -' :m f 3' ' " A 5? 'Lay l . ' ,,,' 'ms ,Q 1 T A " ..f:2'-ii ,l 5 -. 1' 4-HS. ia- , l - ' 3, 'wk of-2 TV ' " 'Y ,fm iff - 5-93 S- 7 - llllg' ' 1 1231 1 1 . jiri si . . T4 if 1 frail? i 353, "-- t ,sr , 1' ln 'Tr' X R 5 ls a T he ' ' - If 1' 7 sf , A 3 K ' ' '- ' f - 'ai "fries" , - Y t J - - , I 'f , .I A . V?LfE7,1 ,J I V L - ,I . - 'if ' '35 'P Sui ll .ZQL A HJ E. . - Q' at '- 'fy .. ' ' W - ' L, ' ,Z 'f ' A x ,:, b 4 ' 9" - n A y? ,L ,V L, W p . -5 K V T 1 F fi . Q. . sf' , jf 1 M' ' ,Q V V . s ff-' . . qi Ti -9 "f 2 ., , V f -it J i' T F, I ' ' . my - . ., 1 7 -.T ' - , -' V ' "Q J' X l - my hx ' ' L 2ifVf'f ' . :si ' ' . -- . . . J I 1 ' k A F -3 1 J ' -ff? l - 'TP MT f f i -' ' K ff. ' ,T ' lp t so iw. W ' X 'lil ti .Af lib rl '- Dentistry exhibit includes skeleton ' ,A7' This charming gentlemen was used to demonstrate dentistry at the Civic Tena White Plaza career day. it ' -,Bi 'J W. - T7 ' -39,3 Miriam Willard LJ , 'iisigf if if ' 15 . ix . , , me -- K are f . swam.-:J g, Wan r- t i P X ,til 1' 1 2' 44 it Qt" iff? V q,yQ -.Q 5, , D - ?5'1f' , V - V 'c -Q 4 at fgffm, cs 6 ' rv- M EQ - ' -rr , H 'Ska at ' CCT " P A Q V " U I , ' . gf? f ' rx f 133 - .- ff. , K A , D X..vf' ' : t . ' 1 l V t Q f rr 5: it t -, 4 at it ii Ah ,V , ff 'Fit ' 9' F 3, 1 . ? 4 f 1 gi-J Lf. ,4 Debbie Williams Michael Williams Rusty Williams Linda Willyard Diane Wilson Nancy Wilson Rick Wilson Richard Winkler Tom Wissert Melvin Wood Linda Worthen Liz Wouters Mary Yaney Bob Young John Younkin John Zanzot Chip Zeeb Jack Zimmer Michelle Zito Virginia Zuckwerth Sophomores 85 Through this open door freshman students begin the study of the earth and its surroundings, This doorway is just a beginning, to the various fields of science. Such study may lead to later courses in biology, chem- istry, and physics or even a career as a scientist. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Row 1 Karen Hoistin, Carrie Stopek, Nancy Gerkin, Cheryl Kilduff, Mary Cook. Row 2 Mrs. Janet Korte, advisor, IVIr. Don Marovich, advisor, Nlrs. Dianna Lepon, advisor, Lesley Parke, Julie Barker, Cherrie Hugding, Freshman Class 1 QL in rv if V A 'I af- -- V 4 , All 3' X jun ag, 11 ,A ut, lv ' . Q ' -Q. 51- I-5-ff lk 5 K X- 2 qw, ,4 ' .11, hwx, r f, 'n w- ' " f aaikf f .N , 4 4 g, aa l ' 2 all 4 5. Q W: ui", ' 1 5, V, ll 1 J as ,Q LX E fm 88 Fresh men ,Q Jay Abbas Judy Acerno Darlys Adams Judy Adams Paul Adams Ed Agnello George Aguilar Christina Alba Leornard Allen Michael Allred Mark Allsop Rod Anfinson Patty Arpriaga Tammy Austin Vanessa Austin Lisa Bailey Mike Bailey Cathy Baker Theresa Bakker Vance Baldwin Linda Ballantyne Robby Banas Don Barber Michael Barber Julie Barker Lan'y Barker Colleen Bartlett Diane Bayus Edward Beall Jeff Beavers Shelly Becker Cindy Bedoy Manuel Bedoy Jr. Pam Bell James Bennerl Danny Bermea Cherri Bevolo Richard Bingham Steve Birch Julie Blasdell Susan Bleavins Kelli Bloss Robin Bloss William Bodine Wade Boehme Eric Boers Brant Bohlman Carolyn Boprey ii A I if iw' 7 A .fa ip 'i 7 gift! ' ,L " is 9 , qi i - U A' k ' A J J 5 1 . :f -lib I Y K f 1 . ,Q - efific t, ' 1 Q, . -- - lin l A , 1 'I 15- -sg? ' fa ffl 25 4 ' A 1 .'fiF?'533t' ' t fl . L 'Y ' Q' ,U - jiffffii f A s J , S ' S 'l f J i A 'J sffifsl V at -, 5 - l f w A V - .. 4. A A . " ,f y 'few J . . , . 5.51 - . .,f ' Y 11 1, -it l .N mi: 1 Q 1 W, ' -i ', if-if l' wg 'X f X. . 1 S A I . Q- ' i . he :il a - :grit ' ' S ' J K. , A , '1 f J 0 VL , , 1 3 , ' lr X . 3-A p s A f KX ld N., ' A ' l I ' Q at - ap - in fa fr? 3 'T 5 Y, 1 'u I: xy 4 ,F fm, ii ' gg K 2' 5 T l fMMMM Freshmen Kelly Erickson and Sue Tress help Bruce Harrinton build the Freshmen Class Chariot, for the first annual chariot race at THS. T2 I .A A 5, :msg V1 xx 7 - fra fa ' , alt .x we e , . K n Y' 11335 ' - Q , . ,, Freshmen prepare chariot for race i i A r. . 77's-fit at V A 1 ' ' "He 'res W ' P51 , "' ,ki J ',W,N,' ' , 3 f X wt X! KX. as " Qi, . W x 1 ' J fl L za ,N y .-3, -Q I if 9 i --,ge K 'f N, Q-M 1 r Q 7 8 ' X ' iff Wi' jj 7. . 51 'ig' ,.,.. Andrea Bottorff Kevin Boucher Nanette Bowdish Lynn Branch Glenda Brant Nathen Breedlove Linda Bremer Paul Briguglio Terry Brogan Jeffery Broker Curtis Brown Fay Brown Monica Broyles Christine Brunk Mark Bryans Laura Buck Jill Buckwalter Irene Burkhart David Burns Beverly Busch James Bussart Cynthia Butler James Byrd 5 ,xs3:ff., ' f ,Qin evil? ' -151. ' w ag . , 0 3 1 5255 1 'W- an '- H It 11,4 md- W ' :elf i ' " A C, N .' 15,-Q -e , . Q. 5 -- Q xv ,Ph , 1 A , 'T 3 5, ' N V. Q. ,H Inn. 'l 'QQ' ellis" '35 Gaglffi 'Q 6 .22 if + 1 as I si as 'Y ff x fe Q :fee 1 Ax 'Q if i 1 82 ,Q x ii yrly 1' " 5 iiaww Hx 4.45 1 J X 9 5 at rf? ll X asa , AT i 1' J ,W if, -4' 1 wlfxwyl Pggfti . ' ' 'NVW 7'j5s2f 3 . '- ' Mft ssls Freshmen 89 Paul Ca I low wg! X y ,, Kenneth Campbell Christy Capps Jim Carlson Diane Carroll Deborah Carter Wanda Carter "" Rebbeca Chambers Roberta Chambers John Clark Jr. Judy Clark Linda Clark Fw A Freshmen Steve Johnson, Harry Yee and Scott Windsor hurry into the media center to find materials on Australia for the unit on Walkabout. Richard Clark Cathy Clarke " Jon Click is Ray Coffey Allen Coker wi A Q-'75 ,eirr C tl F 4 4 Steven Clayman f -s nw f f J A :N , Judi Collins Kim Cooper Rudy Cordova Kelly Coryell Karen Cossell Mary Cook 90 Freshmen ' ' l , KK P , A . , g , - ,TE 'tg - .,' -- 1.- J i xlfx x- in 1 W 2 is X 'f J .,.V .' i v:.i '24 1. ., K 6' Ma 'ji v 'Jlclg 25? g If Q aw X C gi? 4, 1 .l 4.. :- Q l l ll I x , X :if lx ? -sf, 1 -ll ll l 17 Rza .J 1 sf 1 l sf ,gills 1 A Wi Q ' Aft?- . UTQQ1- of -- '-'gr iw , . t Ak . gli' .Q m i fa, -N .Sf mf , - af. 2 Q 1 225221, .s19iv.a tiififif .1f3fft?'t?2'i'?1gi f.i'.f.nP4 ..o.wztva.sie,w:5f W s 1 iz- 1 Ng' Q K Q xi?gt?6i'3i'f tfgtq 39 if , Deborah Couch William Craft Eric Crane Elisa Crawford Dean Crothers Pamela Cruz Anna Cullari Thomas Curry Scott Curthoys Kelly Curtis Charles Dabney Mike Dafferner Randy Danner Lane Darling Scott Davidson Alice Davis Alvin Davis Kim Davis H'-fQ1'7 f ,, f' P57 Q C MV ' , ff.. 8 . v m? , ww f J 2 2 vfig V or rin K kzfi .Q 4 fs 'ai 'fl '49 +4 if , f . Q Q T.if'i1Pg I-321, f., r , V , ,li f- gps .Li 'X lil 3' . , P A Q vi t V ' .t -1 gil 4 , rx x I A lx , I Y A .. K if A if ' ' A lm." - . .kk.. 3 1: - - 2 W i ,, -A J A lx Z iff LQQZY Freshmen explore Media Center 'S gli," " ' sal' , 7 ' A 5 CG' ,5i,.,. , ,V T, Q , . .lfal M, V , ,. 3... ,Q 4 ,lv , Ia, :Q ,., if -.lx -, 'ww Q has 1 :A l ' ' if ' rf 72 fig' 5 s W l F + L .. A 5 W I Q it 3 . af Va - K P La ' 4: - Q? Q f fissil- gfg if Y Mb -W, ' '1' ", ' 'bl' f 4 . MN 5 ' ,L hiv,- wf ,411-4 '-'-fi. - f f 1 lf- 'ag r rf W- li RL wa 4 i t 'f ff' gg V' . 69,5 , , Wig . wir X . :V ,,. A , 45 I kg , rd Phyliss Davis Pixie Davis Ralph Dean David Dearkland Patricia Delair Joseph Delbrook Greg Deming Lori Depinto Richard Dickson Darleen Dill Ty Dircks Diane Dircks Sherli Donaldson Kendall Doust Dave Dove Scott Dressler Guy Downer John Drozda Linda Duke David Duncan Alicia Durnell Sally Eastin Angela Eckstadt James Edelen ' 'ilizaifi 3' - a ,- a L " - it H- f . ,,-'i l i ,Vk,, , 'X , xi ,.c, i rw' . su l"4'. "IHS ' ft Lai? M3323 . -...Za Ti H is . 1... 1 ls' 55,11 .U -I' wig . h,. ii s - - 1' ii e f- ., ' 5 19" ,ry " ,V . 1 Y' W af , . ' P, 'yr A If, 5, '- c ' fi . A-.ilgsl f 1 A. 5 ' K ' K. rs ' fn?-f' 'ora ' ".-K J.: fi s K' 1 . . it Q J ' ls - x Freshmen 91 92 Freshmen Vicki Ewing Jesse Fanion Lynn Ferguson Richard Ferry Janet Fetterman Cindy Filkins John Fisher Mary Fisher Moria Flanagan Carolyn Fortin Larry Francis James Fredenberg Monica Fredenberg Joan Friedl Melissa Fuller Velma Fuller Sandra Fulton Nina Garigali E- 'F' ' 'J .' .2 .- V ,,,. Li ', pe ,Qi S Pg' 1 I is 45 H 4 af 6 I: , Cathleen Ellis Marlene Emrick Cindy English Catherine Ennis Cole Erickson Kelly Erickson fAi.,,l wiv-:L f 553' . 1 C' 'ig L, 'S 4. 275 " , i ill . - f' I ' ' P1 1 S X. W 'fl . mf .. V 'Q ,ii 1' as A 'W ' 6 gs? J lg uf, I 'Qc -fi' 4 A blind speaker from Washington High explains how important mo- bility is to the blind, and demon- strates her special cane to English 1-2 classes. i J 1 3 QR rf if I X ' X yi Rift Y it . i we H ,gn , J? . . f ill 12? 5 s J 1. we ul E . N , 1 .. . ' 01" 2.1. ,frm X 3, in-hx. ig .,., , ,, ' X vb? 4 iw V , 1 . rli' ig: . ' .' ' .. ,y J sg 1 -f A Y. ' ' . E 1 Q QP -4' J l - ' wi :l ' " ff- .'. K? . ,Z F it T, . L? .55 I . ' 1 ' r., If 5 ws. Y ' 'il jg? no J L 1 F If Q ai w 2 l 'l X i ' Q Fl , . X . Y . I x g I f Q Blind speakers visit freshman class f QQ' 7 2' 7 ' x is H4 Z. Q --1, fd X 4, ' T,- ,seg i ' is 'G is if my ' .., ' ' -gE,VjLliL.! A ' Qi if ' . ' K ' 111 I' V, lv- e '- ,sg , 'lf - ij. S3339 . 1 .gi Y' , nn. -4' I o e, 4' 'ral e . 7 I -A 3553 I . 1 Q I gy 4 ' A ' l' 'AE ' I , e .,,, lv 94 l Y f , X ' A Lf' . , 1-' f 43 .qi , f ' 7 if -1- ' ff -' "' " ' . ' K . Q Q ' RM W ' 1 A us" E - i y "5 J Y Billie Gatlin Darla Gatlin Nancy Gerkin Jonathan Gerstner James Getz Donna Goodby Carolyn Goodrich Alice Gordell Joyce Graf Michael Graff Mark Gramer Bob Grant James Grantham Randy Gray Teresa Gregor Mark Grether Benita Guderjohn Jeff Gunter Coreen Haines Lynn Ha law ith Laura Halitzka Jeffery Hall James Halsema Johnny Hamm Julie Hannasch Timothy Harden Melanie Hargis Bruce Harrington Shelli Hart Keith Hay Tracy Hayes Gregory Heath Lane Hein James Helman Shirley Herrin Jeffery Hicks Joanne Hill Janet Hinton Larry Hodges Donald Hoffmann Stephen Hohn Roxanne Holbrook .1 .- .sea 1,- me in , - T . 1 a n 3 Et? gb Ai,e me i f QQ H 'fl qs, 1. it mx gif r -1 to is ,1 , 'fl - ,i,, 1 xg Q 5 i ff' p , , f35fj'f'w V ' gf ' W I l ', ff f - -, S ,i if :bi l W' ll ' ' J' X551 " K 5 . fi: 3: f , l . if . fl X yy We f ' 4' A - if 1 h J A 4 7 A 5 . l I , I T' " 1 ,.- A-aia Q Wk' X, I , .C szgzv . vy agmgi' ' T' ., , 'img iw , 5 1 f - . ,, " 'Y' ii Wa "1 -fx Q 'A it 'H K , .. , . 4? VS., ,gg 5 if , lk, "A rf l li? Fifi T V . .i 3.3.1. -.' 354 ., t T V V iil'r T Freshmen 93 Rf. , . A . at a s 2, ,gp G. ',.-, .s , 3 mag ai - gl C44 f 5 4. 1 'Te' r 2 2 'im , 132,392 .X 3 iii ' XQQH Z 4 f my ff J v . A f- , A-1 V. W e f y tj. 45 'af X .lx J ., 94 Freshmen A-. Mg ' if ' X ia -'-Y . , v i we-,A 'sf N V as f fi' is El' if 213.3 ft: Ii Q. Se .. . ri 'C-va in 1,55 .. 1 W f GL-K ,,. K 1 Y r , J, I ec' ' Karen Holstin William Holt Leslie Hoskins Larry Hubbard Greg Hubler Cherrie Hudgins Jim Hughes Robert Huston Julie Hyett Jeffery Ivan David Jacobs Jacqueline James Leon James Joan Jogerst David Johnson Janice Johnson Pamela Johnson Paul Johnson Steve Johnson Wendy Johnson Stephanie Johnston Denise Jolly Bryon Jones Larry Jones Pam Jones Randy Jordan Ricky Jordan Sally Jung Cindy Keats Kathleen Kelley Robert Kemp Donna Kenimer Michele Kennedy Lela Kenyon James Kerwood Jean Kestner Cheryl Kilduff Patrick Kinahan Paulette King Kenneth Kirvvin ' ' " .MTG fi W cgi 4 ,ve-. 1-F un., .sf lil W iQ fi sv, Q, 1 , A K 5 Q' W A I ' 'QQ 13' 'i it 5 1' wif , ,EF 4 .W 6 " 'iffy' -fm in E 4. in s iw' ? N 11 i A. :gig - r 1 3 . 5-,ah H V +3-:if .L , i me 1 W ' ti 5 y g,., 53- I x., K . 1- grae. w vj . 7 2 1' -L , - -me , 1: -, 13- 2,-n ik? Q : ' E ,, A w gif I 'V .55 A -Q . I 12,3 3 53-.13 ,V R V 3-2 ds '55 VJ '- f fit ' . if ' 51' A g L L K A A , A Freshmen Tracy Swerdferger, Bill Holt and Tom Curry study the weather map for an earth science project. Students learn to graph weather maps sk." xr V ' y 4, Q L Nathan Knochel 'I' Dan Korp fr J 4 g ., ff X l rr., gk i .EWU G 4- " L ral 8 , I, 5 r K J. iv' 'Aj' . ,T . ' , - ':f. . ,xx ,. ki I , gf, f f ' "ii X i i L 'bf '- "fig , 15 55 iicg ill lZ'1,i'fQ it Janet Kosty Joseph Kovalesky Gary Kraus Dawn Kress Dianne Kroll Ricky Kuhnhenn Louise La Branche Winona Lanford Martin Lard Bob Larive James Lassley Lynn Latimer Jim Law Lisa Lawrence Kerri Lester Diana Lewis Loren Liakos Richard Liner Billy Lipska Theresa Ann Lipson James Lively Daniel Londen Catherine McBride Philip McGovern 'ill K f A sez:-My . ,u gm 'I ' ref'-I 1J?,,3!Q?fga a.'f Nfl., haf svn ,wq?,,.,f f . ,, ,E f if in 'N ' aff. ll V A ik r ,V as 'H gf vw "'- as gi i bw . L ee-5, ,' A B4 , , i -a --ffwiw fi Alf' 'S , 'Elf i an f Freshmen 95 Anne McKinney Kathy Majir Stephanie Mangione Rodney Maroney Randall Marshall Mike Martin Tamera Mason Sharon Massey Fred Mathews Brad Mauer Darlene May Jim May Linda May Daniel Micko Matthew Milldebrant Cynthia Miller l K Michelle Miller I ,gf David Moceri N Boys frosh P E. tryout new techniques Daniel Moeller Judy Monahon Diane Monteser Susanna Moore William Morphew Eddie Morrow Brenda Mortensen Rex Mosher Terry Moss Patrick Mulroney Donald Munsell Anthony Murphy AX iii .I P W 353 - , Q ,Y .A 4 . . iff- -1 an W if 5, ' . fi ? J 22 E Sag:-' - K , 4- Q ' A NAV l i' I .VN Q li R .. xfvzfj- 5: as 1 I X ix 4 ,, i W l Q g xt X if fi4z4if5?5"' i EF' 9" 3131 ,W 2 ' iff' 1 if. ' T qv. A. 1- .K J we 3' -' fl' 'la -' K5 i.. 55 Q- 1 EM Q gg- 15 I 'gf f . W? f Q 14.. N it A' ? . 7? O lv 4. X. is Q tl is 'ii s n Brent Myers Frank Mysliwiec David Nelson Diana Ness Kari Newcomb Barbara Nodzal Christine Nozicka Allen Ockenfels Steve O Hanlon Carrie Olson Rafeel Ontiveros Lorraine Opocensky Cecilia Ortega Dennis Overby IVlichaeI Owen Jeffery Panasiti Lesley Parke James Partridge Derrick Pase Jim Patton Connie Paul Debbie Peddle Tom Peddle Annette Pellettier Kim Peters Brent Peterson David Peterson Pamela Peterson Sandy Peterson Mary Petty Teresa Plemens Paul Poore Becky Porter Diane Powell Tammy Prin Donna Provence PE class gains skill in wrestling ,s 05' , K X .. 'ill 1 f W 3? m M . T" W 53 xl'-if vt . SSE 3' w, -SA , A if -'am F if' i . 4 A ig ,gt , . 0 , in 3 N- , ' as 4 , ' wi Ya. vi H ,i ., nl ., x el in K M n Q if ': L ., .xi Q A'-" . f -' " ' , - iy,l i t 1 i . rf . A , T 5:2 fi L. , 1? . A X t Q 9 fri? tx? tj K V lr, 'W -s ,P or ijt ' J 3 W, ' , . .rf 'Q f be , Q. , 1 ,af Freshmen 97 98 Freshmen Debra Pruitt Veronica Puglisa Christine Puhrmann Gary Putman Sheryl Puype Timothy Rademaker Jeffery Rajuniec Jodi Rall Victoria Ralph Janine Rasmussen Michael Ratliff Daniel Ray Debbie Ray Kimberley Raymond Robin Reed James Remele Byron Richards Gary Richmond Sandy Riddell Christopher Riordan Cary Riter Priscilla Robert Julie Roberts Elsa Rodriquez Mary Rodriquez Jan Roehlke Leigh Roepke Cynthia Romick Debbie Rotisky John Russell , ve lK,,,,,Y I J Q . ,., 9, . Q Q a 1' - , . ' v X Y if . 'f ' Te - fl " 59 2, mm- - Ll f f ,, -,rr , ,,A, ptr- v J ,.b, ,, J my . ,K , vi ? 'ZH f' 3 , ,V ls' s fa Iv -l fi . 'W at hw , -gm' -1 . -- - -'fre :,:f:::g5--- .ff-5 - Steve Samuels "" Q. Janet Sanchez , ' t f John Scavarda I ' ,Tg..,-by Qi Loren Schall . 4 Q? . " Dawn Schapler , A mfg-f n ' Laurie Schardt X 'x . fffkt'-..u'tg,kQ gf, s x , 5.3, 5.6, George Schroff IV John Schubert gg 3 -f fin , " Karyn Schultz H -125 3 ,gil Q ' Nicola Schutte S , 3' ' Ji, fi , Stephen Schwartz ,N . -5, 2 ,,-, , ,J J if Cheryl Scott fffl 'lg A ,7 V , r. 1 ,e i , A : 1 ' Di. sax in 1- 5 I ,ng :pq K 5 , J . Wi Q, .ya pw R3 'sv iz ff R 5 QM . , K 4 1 .W 'Fr ,fd M 1' 'Ai 5. . - 55" ... .431 -. Lx f Il Y 5 "',..,,...-.f. '79 'f' A .chew 'gg' S'-gif 5J" f 'lisa sr' ' 9555 ' ' :gif ff sf' if-.3 B 4 ,Q .-.I . ' 5 -' sa, . n f V 1- 7 it ff ff e Q fi Af ' w ., Q 'Qin' 'iz' YK ld? xi . if' ' X f t Beginning girls chorus practices daily il 4 Ft" , Mrs. Corley prepares to accompany the beginning girls chorus in their rehearsal for the Christmas Concert. eva., 1 mg, Aw - E., . -, H Sherri Sezate Larry Shaff Scott Shaffer Bruce Shannon Judith Sharp Brett Shepard William Shortall Rodney Shugg Mike Siebert Mark Simpson Renee Slingluff Karen Slusarz Annette Smith Margaret Smith Tamara Smith Anthony Spisak Walter Staicoff David Stanford Brenda Stanley Terry Starnes Debra Steele Cindy Stephens Cheryl Stevens Mike Stiak ,., M " to gg 'ffl ' . tif C if 3: t ff ,sf ,J 3 " f D gat' 14 - , t ,.,' stef' f Q H 1 I fu e... . 'ttt , W 4 I l i x' , . XX if . I V i 5 Q ?' ' ' if i WZYQ V ' if 1- 5. 'P -- . f' 1 tt' s 9' fiffl-9 1-.fn ' wr' Q t " 1" in V ,L Lsf f L f vw' "' 1. '7 ' ny p ii: at,-E ,Y 1, i . V jk ,A r My - .f5i:':g'-1:51 S :-T-fit'-1-61.252 - Freshmen 99 . eh- f .-ze-1. -,kg V ,A Q .- ,Meg . i e., ' W mm- ' . kj" . X . 'R ,I A .. .. , , .r g lik' 1 - af 'Hg -I-roi ig? M. ss- W' L 1 WP 'R . we -1- - , is . . - , , 1 , C Y. I , 4 .5 'I ,again u 4' 1' 3 X- l :L 5 we Q HQ- r -T5 , N4 ri at -lv 'e xslkiifl f' ' 'W ' 5 Diana Stinemetz Linda Stone Terry Stoops Carrie Stopek Teresa Streich Dean Strong Philip Stults Paul Stump Patricia Sullivan Jennifer Summers Debbie Sutherland Lynda Swenson Tracy Swerdfeger Jeff Sykes Kevin Tasker Kevin Tate Elizabeth Taylor Bill Thaller Class of '77 studies for l 100 Freshmen if ' we .Q--, 'self -- 2 , - 'S' 5' s. 'M ,wid .aff v U.: 47 -V Q , I it , R Xe l A.. Harold Thornhill Harold Thorsby Michael Tilley Karen Tipsword Patricia Totherow Mike Townsend Christy Treat Susan Tress Glenda Tunks Mark Tyrrell K. C. Vale Roberl: Valichnac Barbara Van Brunt Mark Van Kleeck Albert Van Wolde Robert Vaughn Gregory Voss Scott Vrooman John Wagner Wayne Wagner Allan Walker Randy Waltenburg Howard Waltz III Linda Warne YI . 0 Z' - is 5 'S 2 J A ll A 52 5 Q X ., A 25' Y-' . . i a 11' WI Q pr sm . , :msg F9325 4, 'fs I ,' 33' ', 551. Y , K ,tag 3, l 5 , T-as E PJ' IE' . I wr Sam .. it 2- . ' i Q S if-filzirfjg A W 2 final exams wi 1 Jug , 71 ..,. If vm ZF,m A,EAv. , T , Y Til 5 ' F' 2 - ,, 4 . " , - A sg L is , gf 'Y'-i:'t?'3 5- " 5 'ig' - J, 'f. 5 L . 'fm ' new ,, f ,R '- , ' ,N Ap Q 4 ':, fax kg X ,,, 'K Q I V . Q . , 1 'fzgg .. -41 , ' are , 7 :A -if f k ,x,.,. V.. I 5:3 T i 'TQ A ,Q T171 nie l if Qwkiaf VF I. 7:1-Li M. if 4 3711.75 ., 1.55 . . riff r, . -I: Asif Q' A Ei qw's ofa . - - ff it . 'pc , I l X J Jack Warren Angelia Weaver Eileen Weisman Alex Wekow Mary Wells Donna Wengrowski Patrick Wermes Eric West Sharon Whisman Dale White Veronica White Linda Whiting Rick Wilcox Natalie Wilder Virginia Wilhite James Wilkie William Wilkie Karen Willis Tina Wilmoth Angela Wilson James Wilson Scott Windsor Dean Winkelmann Gary Wisniewski Steve Wisniewski September Woodard J R Karyn Wooden Brent Woods Kevin Woodard Penelope Woodard Judy Worthman Joseph Wright Steven Wygant Jeffery Wy man Sam Yates Harry Yee Vicki Young Dan Younkin Sophia Zanzot Debbie Zelius Susan Zimmerman Julianne Zinda Kathi Zumwalt Terri Zumwalt Us ...X 3 a In v."y-,J .1 f ff' 5 M rf 3 WS A w ' 4, 1 gr ga f . ' 'Y-if H7 ay ,flaw ,vi f we Y Q . 2, 4 5 1 ,J i 1 w 'Q ' aww 'V igy.yQWA . ' is ig lf, 2 1- , L 4 h e 6' if ea, 4 3. 4 L L I! , ' l Q rf .K 4 Freshmen 101 102 Organizations STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Row 1: Bob Nilles, justice, Rhonda Webster, Cheif justice: Rusty Yaney, justice, and Bob Hunsick, justice. Row 2: Mr. Han'y Braun, advisor, Betty Longfield, secretary, Sherrie McDonald, treasurer, Jeff Patten, President, and Leslie Scott, vice president. Organizations Organizations at Thunderbird open many doors to students. Through membership in different clubs, students learn how to work with others, how to use their own talents or even how to prepare for a career after graduation . Through this open door, the boys in Auto Club know they can learn how to save money or even prepare to be mechanics. Organizations 103 War Party encourages enthusiasm , fzafn, V 4, y 'W in Q.,,,x, ,,,.MMa.,w,q5,,,,..,..,R,,.a . , , , L , ..e,..,'- -, mae' - ' ' 1.531 hiv .'-', ' J 31---.,:,sQ1,2f?w Ri ffs- f .'f-"f fW fa'f-s f.-, I , A - fe , l M,hs bA,w,,.:v.f , , g , 1 H tw.. .rash ut.: V ' .F ,A Yi 1. . . ff es, -g',Qe.e,'RP. "iff-'I' 1 ' " - " " ' . . - N '- - Ag " .Y im. ' ' ,wxzv - - . , . ., ,asv .wg , . 1 , . , . ,,. ., . . - W e . . , fa wwf. WAR PARTY Row 1: Mrs. Claudia Bullard, Advisor, Jan Vitkovich, Vickie Liakos and Kay Coryell. Row 2: Kelly Coryell, Leslie Parke, Judi Collins, Jodi Rall, Vicki Dahl, Terry Furtman, Cherrie Hudgins, Veronica Puglise, Debbie Pierce, Beth Nuckolls, Val Dollman, Leslie Scott, Cheryl Kilduff, Terry Lipson and Kathy Gessner. Row 3: Mary Lou Hammond, Linda Duke, Vicki Hanson, Cindy Delbrook, Clare Gramer, Lori Zoelk, Luanne Wright, Sally Jung, Melanie Hargis, Janet Kosty, Babara Nodzak, Jill Buckwalter, Cheryl Eacock, Gigi Gordell, Diane Dirks. Row 4: Irene Burkhart, Sherry Puype, Christy Treat, Penny Houben, Linda St Stapleton, Debbie Moore, Lynne Harrington, Sue Nelson, Darlene Foster, Ruth Burns, Cindy Kosty, Liz Harris and Janice Florez. Row 5: Pat Delair, Julie Barker, Jody Knochel, Sandi Wright, Lisa Bowerman, Joni Miller, Diana Bowerman, Debby Copeland, Lisa Pool, Robin Hight, Star Marsh, Sabra Ehrhart, Becky Mast, Kendy Price, Leigh Roepke, and Kathy Grunden. Row 6: Glenda Brandt, Penny Woodward, Paige Roepke, Weiser Cox, Mary Cook, Vicki Ewing, Karen Gibbs, Connie Kilduff, Lynne Garland, Chris Winker, Karen Hay, Pam Mandile, Nancy Gerkin, Lisa Baily, Susan Powell, Carrie Stopelc, Natalie Wilder, Eilein Weisman, Julie Blasdell, Chris Puhrman, Sue Jones, Lorrie Bingham, Lisa Niemeier, Margaret Blood, Connie Pohlman and Betty McGovern. Organizations 1 War Party members paints posters to encourage school spirit for the next football game at Thunderbird. lv 9 K ,af ' I O V- V351 k f e-fifk i' Tumblers, Twirlers add spirit to games 1 TUIVIBLERS-Row 1 Cathy Midkiff, Jody Rall, Kathy Butler, Diane Boise. Row 2 Carrie Fitzgerald, Luanne Wright, Jody Knochel, Vicki Liakos, Liz Harris. Row 3 Anette Smith, Jan Zaruba, Carrie Olsen, Sue Lange, Penny Houben, Mary Fisher, Vicki Dahl, Vicki Hansen, Judy Monahan. 2 TWIR LERS-Tammy Montgomery, Janet Kosty, GiGi Gordell. The tumblers performed at the home football games and the twirlers at the last home game. lVlrs. Pappas was ad- visor for the tumblers, while Ms. Legge served as advisor for the twirlers . 106 Organizations ,- had 41. X r ,. ., W, -,- y ggggvqgvgz Q -a f wi x 4 z., -by . my -' 53 A 525 l elqfj C w- 1 During the half time Pom Pon girls dance to the theme from "Shaft", 2 POM PON Row 1 Marilyn Niemeyer Val Dollman and Karen Gibbs. Row 2 Sue Jones, Becky IVIast, Joni Nliller, Kathy Pusateri and Peggy Puype, Row 3 Candy Treat, Anna Cook, Kendy Price and Paige Roepke. This year the Thunder- bird Pom Pon girls have pre- sented a variety of football and basketball halftime shows. They performed sev- eral novelty dances: "Shaft", "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" and the Christmas Dance being most notable . The girls have worked very hard this year to provide excellent entertainment and boost school spirit. Pom line displays creativity this year Organizations 107 Ski Club, Lettermen achieve goals 108 Organizations 1 SKI CLUB Row 1 Mike Townsend, Vance Baldwin, Cristy Treat, Penny Woodward, Kim Peters, Brian Rovelli. Row 2 Jeff Bladon, Debby Copeland, Rusty Yaney, Marilyn Niemeyer, Monica Fredenberg, Carol Franke, Craig Spann, Jeff Rochford. Row 2 Eileen Balmes, Anna Cook, Patty Ault, Margy Fredenberg, Lori Clark, Nancy Pratt, Karen Ellison, Liz Harris. Row 4 Michele Caron, Chuck O'Bryan, Candy Treat, Kathy Pusateri, Val Dollman, Joni Miller, Don Johnson, Luane Wright, Terry Fletcher, Mike Dake. Row 5 Mindy Bremer, Dave Watson, Sue Franke, Pete Pusateri, Dawn Grisham, Bob Kolt, Steve Riter, Karen Gibbs, Gary Brewer, Don Kolt, Lori Zoelk, Mr. Gene Maison, advisor, Bob Sheppard, Becky Mast, Kendy Price and Mike Olas. 2 LETTERMEN Row 1 Dennis Youngberg, Dan Ortega, Jerry Murphy, Jim Lamar, Mike Ortega, Peter Schroyer, Mike Hohn. Row 2 George Pingitore, Jim Kirkpatrick, Brian Havey, Bart Cox, Jeff Hynes, Tom Burkhart. Row 37 Chip Zeeb, Jeff Bladon, Mat Tarver, Steve Mathes, Andy Eggleson, Dale Smyser, Louis Bradshaw, David Francis. Row 4 Mike Vallee, Charles Griffiths, Jerry Gilmore, Hal Swagel, John Hofferber, Mike Jones, Tim Panasiti, and Dave Grand. Q H Q-X A Forensics, Drama build 1 FORENSIC CLUB Row 1Julie Hinton, Henry Roney, Joe Weller, Pam Mandile, Eric Crane, Brent Peterson, Connie Bell. Row 2 Richard Kozak, Ron Nelson, Leonard Klein, Joel Morton, Michele Pastor, Rhonda Webster, Cindy Cummings. Row 3 Miles Curtis, Jeff Stull, Kurt Butler, Walter Riordan and Scott Dent. confidence 2 DRAMA CLUB Row 1 Linda Swenson, Chris Crawford, Randy Stenquist, Kim Kapuscinski, GiGi Gordell, Terri Lipson, Kathy Kapuscinski. Row 2 Sabra Ehrhart, Diane Bowerman, Donna Wengrow Diane Monteser, Connie Bell, Be y Mast, Kevin Walsh. Row 3 Barbara Soto, Lisa Bowerman, Kelli Varner, Debby Copeland, Linda Shultz, Eilien Wiesman, Audrey Oster. Row 4 Mr. Mike Gessner, advisor, Dean ski, Vasquez, DebbieVeldhuis, Joel Morton cky and Kendy Price. Organizations 109 Band uniforms arrive for last game ADVANCED BAND Although it was hard to be- lieve, the new band uniforms ar- rived in time for the final foot- ball game performance ofthe Thunderbird Marching Chiefs. This began asuccessful march- ing season and also ended the early morning rehearsals forthe band. The remainder of the school year was spent preparing for concerts, festivals, and pa- rades, as well as sponsoring the "Thunderbird Review" an all-school talent show, and the April school dance. During the final concert in May, awards were presented to those students that had earned enough points to qualify for the awards and scholarships, which were given to outstanding bandsmen to attend summer music camps. 110 Organizations I we 1 ADVANCED BAND Row 1 Betty Longfield, Jeannie Hill, John Shelley, Jeff McGIone, Jeff Theisen, Rob Vadichnac, Tom Abbott. Row 2 Bob Huston, Matt Birch, Tim Plummer, Larry Barker, Liz Taylor, Diane Powell, Dan Londen, Michele Kennedy, Judy Book, Elisa Crawford. Row 3 Linda Coons, Brent Woods, Kathy Grunden, Cary Riter, Mike Bailey, Jon Gerstner, Brian Tucek, Lynda Swenson, Becky Rivera, Sharon Tieman, Sue Christy, Bill Lange, Clay Bloomquist, Rick Wilson, Chip Zeeb. Row 4 Gail DuBois, Cathy Ellis, Cheryl Scott, Laura Morgan, Kathy Tveit, Patty Shaff, Karl Mueller, Larry Seppala, Bob Gilbert, Rick Steinke, Cindy Derrington, Jim Boule, Julie Olson, Chris Smith, Sabra Ehrhart, Val Barker. Row 5 Vicki Meeks, Diana Sutter, Karen Willis, Gary Brewer, Doug Basmajian, Walter Lee, Donald Johnson, Larry Callaway, George Clark, Leon Adams, Jim Gerkin, Chuck Spencer, Tommy Barger, Lori Clark, and Amy Bruder. .,.Ar-"1r-.,- .--' ' ' -A W ' Training bands practice long hours 1 INTERMEDIATE BAND Row 1 Melinda Bell, Cindy Miller, Linda Stone, Patty Totherow, Brent Myers, Carolyn Boprey, Cindy Romick, Suzanne Whisman, Kathy Buckley, Tom Thornhill, Richard Liner, John Clark, Scott Vrooman, Kathy Kapuscinski, Alan Wessel, Richard Bingham. Row 2 Loren Schall, Bill Schneider, Gary Wisniewski, Jim Boule, Charles Spencer, Jim Gerkin, Kathy Kelly, Cathy McBride, Laura Longfield, Lorrie Bingham, Kim Kapuscinski, Mike Townsend, Bill Thaller, Jeff Wyman, Tony Spisak and Matt Milldebrandt. 2 BEGINNING BAND Row 1Joe Wright, Scott Windsor. Row 2 Vance Baldwin, Linda Lory and Jim Wilkie. Organizations 111 Veteran choristers form elite groups 4,0 , an . - , . if - - fy- -a s -wwe " 1' . , .,.,-Q ,Q .4312 .V ,y,,.,,,f -1 .4 H nf ,. 4 . ,Q 11, ,pe " ,1. -. ,K 1 A-fl -- . A - -na. 1 A .. 25.1. Aw 1, " 4.1 , ., . fw. 4 . , .. - . 1 'JP' " 'v. . ,v ,Q , an ,, . .' p-, A -, - . 1 . A . ,emi , A- 2 - , 'sr' V' "vie - -J , 1 f- . ' -.ff .vpx .uf 1 ADVANCED CHORUS-Row 1: Jan Zaruba, Vicki Liakos, Pam Mandile Mary Lou Hammond, Cliff IVIungle, Shirly Wilson, Larry Barker, Kevin Walsh, Cindy Kosty. Row 2: Linda Willyard, Linda Shultz, Debbie Williams, Debbie McCoy, David Bennallack, Virginia Hines, Tom Burkhart, Karen Hay, Robie Fuller, Susan Powell, Pam Dean. Row 3:Janie Foster, David Grand, Ruth Burns, Ginger Frechette, Jeff Burns. I 2 CHORAL ENSEMBLE Row 1: Jan Zaruba, Ruth Burns, Linda Schultz. Row 2: Kevin Walsh, Dave Grand, Cindy Kosty, Tom Burkhart and Jane Foster. 112 Organizations Xu fi uf T11 gag 9 I ' '- . 'V' 57 ff:'?5f S r+ 2 -74 51 5 ,W in 3, a ' -:Qr Q Q W ww -fx x H: ..Q . ,f K f 1 . up . 4 1222 ff X A ' QF 'J' if if? 2-'ar 'P' y v1 if .li Q ,fry , 4 , Q f :,. 5 ' uw ,A 2 V, .1 ww : - 5 v , v f F4 fri ' - ' Q b g""4-I , f '- 6? ' ...J ii..fi 5 xg ' 1 K 444-W Q ,l fl F - lj ,sg zpisfxxm-1 5 -g. ,5 x.. L.: - .. 14,1-.'C, 1' 'ell' .Wg gill! TNI' ifaai lkll asf, xi,- fiiii .w gnu. 2 PS IW". fa-:QW will-I NQQW INII 3 REEF, ' Milli 3:25513 WEA 19' ,ffl 'I Q. .." -- 'A .i, -1 A, ,, 3 Ig: . F +2 59. ,:7' ww-' ,5?'2 ff 'Y Q ,... ,. Q. ,Y , 5 ,1-,.,,,. , lag f- na lf -3' Q3 t Iva, uc .mem ' 10. w ,Ni.. ,Q , ., '41, ip 5 5 W 55, N, 1 ,+, N " 1 if 3 IM Q 253 oi Q 5 13 if ,5 .1 Si :I ii? ' nr ,, b . 4' 'L 1 i Tig YF!! 1 'aye Mat Maids Base Bunnies assist teams 1. MAT MAIDS Row 1: Karen Holstin, Cheryl Eacock, Gail Deer Marv Murphy, Bonnie Hannasch, Debbie ateels, Kathy Lay, Row 2: Nancy Pratt, Leigh Roepke, Ce Ce Taylor, Laura Morgan, Valerie Cottrell, Cheryl Steven, Karen Collins, Terry Lipson, Karen Hay, Row 3: Linda Coons, Renee Slingluff, Cristy Treat, Michelle DeDonatis, Debbie Peddle, Patti Arriaga and Anna Rodriquez. 2- BASE BUNNIES Row 1: Diane Dirks Gigi Gordell, Debbie Clifton, Linda Clark, Moria Flanagan, Marilyn Neimyer. Row 2: Kim Cooper, Kim Peters, Joan Friedl, Cherry McCasland, Linda Olmstead, Dorene Harrison, Juile Hynes, Cherry Hudgins, Annette Pelletier. Row 3: Dawn Kress, Juile Olson, Jeannie Hill, Sue Hauger, Jan Vitkovich, Cheryl Eacock, Shirley Herrin, Clare Gramer, Karen Miller, Cindy Kosty, Mrs. Darlene Fritche, ana lVIl'S. Lynn Harvey, aovisors. V 1 Organizations 115 Students investigate a new language 1 SPANISH CLUB - Row 1 Sally Jung, Sue Tress, Pamela Peterson, Kelly Erickson, Jodi Rall, Kerri Lester, Karyn Schultz, Mari Fischer, Connie Bell. Row 2 Susan Lange, Cindy Cummings, Vicki Hansen, Kathleen Butler, Karen Collins, Beth Reinhart, Tim McDonald, Mr. Manny Rivero, advisor, Cindy Kosty. Row 3 Mr. Ralph Gaxiola, Donna Porter, Wendy Scott, Susie Franke, Janie Stiak, Carol Franke, Julie Stiak, Jeff Gunter, Richard Honky, Louise Howely, Bob Wamsley. Row 4 Melissa Brown, and Karen Kaasa. 2 Spanish Club members do a scene from the "Gringo Who Stole Christmas" at their annual Christmas Party. This year the Spanish Club has been pretty busy. They sponsored a Victory Dance after a Varsity Football game in the beginning ofthe year. Mr. Brown, one of the science teachers here at THS showed films on the Amazon River at one ofthe club meetings. At the Christmas meeting some students put on a skit called "The Gringo Who Stole Christ- mas." The club plans to make its annual trip to Nlexico in May. Tri W, Key Club revive late in year 3- 1 TRI-W Row 1: Brenda Nunn, Monica Broyles, Laura Longfield, Michelle Pastor, Patty Girdner, Betty Longfield and Martha Broyles. Row 2: Beth Reinhart, Melanie Broyles, Karen Hay, Cindy Kosty, Sue Nelson, Sam Hart, Lucy Brugilio, Sue Hauger, Jeannie Hill, Tammy Hohn, Janet Gray, Ruth Burns. 2 KEY CLUB Row 1: Jeff Bladon and Mark Dodder. Row 2: Brian Gessner, Mr. Ron Dickson, advisor, Mike Pratt, Jeff Rochford, Jim McDonald, Rusty Yaney, Mr. Lee Harkelroad and Denise Youngberg. l 1, Organizations 117 1. GAA TENNIS. Row 1: Debbie Del Principe, Kathy Boyle, Connie Peterson. Row 2: Debbie Velclhuis, Debbie Pursell and Lisa Pool. 2. GAA BADIVIINTON. Row 1: Tracy Swerdferger. Row 2: Jodi Rall, Mary Wells. Row 3: Lisa Pool, Linda Duke, Laura Halitzka and Sheryl Puype. 3. GAA VOLLEYBALL ALL STARS Row 1: Karen Kaasa, Vicki Hansen, Connie Stevenson, Michelle Caron, Roxanne lVlcDavitt, Liz Harris. Row 2: Julie Stiak, Linda Collins, Jane Stiak, Susie Franke, Kim Altemus and Carol Franke. Volleyball playday was held at Agua Fria. GAA took two teams, upper class which lost 3, won 1 and the fresh- man class which lost 1, won 3. Volleyball allstars won the volleyball competition after school and received charms. The badminton team won after school competition and received charms. The tennis team also received charms as awards . 118 Organizations , --, A wr.. X GAA spo ts competitors win charms 1. VOLLEYBALL PLAYDAY A UA FRIA Row 1: Nancy Pratt, Kath Lay, Lisa Pool, Linda Collins, aren Kaasa, Roxanne NlcDavitt, Liz Harris, Janice Florez. Row 2: Dee Parker, Lori Clark, Robin Bloss, Phyllis Davis, Donnie Stevenson, Kim Altemus, Carol Franke and Mindy Bremer. 2. GAA TRACK TEAM Row 1: Cheryl Kilduff, Jodi Rall, Luanne Wright, Jody Knochel, Cheryl Eacock. Row 2: Judi Collins, Leigh Roepke, Karey Fitzgerald, Liz Harris, Tracy Swerdferger. Row 3: Debbie Veldhuis, Diane Powell, Nancy Pratt, Patty Totherow, Lori Clark and Kim NIcElwain. BMA, . . v 6 1-, 4. 'x Organizations 119 GAA members bike hike, tumble, dance I 'ez ' 1. Julie Stiak, quarterback in GAA flag Football receives the snap. 2. Linda Collins, choreographer, practices her routine. 3. Girls study- ing choreography practice poses and c ' movement after school. - A 'T-A-4 , R G, Q5 5 A ' ' G Se G Lgfv"""' 120 Organizations 1. GAA council discusses follies that were held in February. 2. Tumbling team performs at one of Thunderbird's Varsity Basketball games. 3. Bike Hikers. Row 1. Joy Blanchard, Debbie Veldhuis and Judi Sharp. Row 2. Christy Treat, Jody Knochel, Vanessa Austin and Lisa Lawrence. Row 3. Sherry Puype, Glenda Junks, Cecila Ortega and Joan Friedl. The GAA district track meet was held at Sunnyslope High School in December. Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior GAA members com- peted against other schools in the district. The relay team won second place.Win- ners received charms. On the bike hike the GAA bike riders went to Paradise Valley Park. This year the Thunderbird tumblers were sponsored by GAA. They performed at both home football and basketball games. 'Wm x ,,. ' 1.5 5- - - "'T'?1zPif.. G ., ,f 3 Organizations 121 1 PHOTO CLUB Row 1 Liz Taylor, and Alan Majeski. Row 2 Dave Meyers, Rick Steinke, Walter Riordan, Bill Rouse, and Scott Dent. 2 NEWSPAPER STAFF Row 1 Kendy Price, Sue Christy, Debbie Levine, and IVlarie Salcido. Row 1 Mrs. Jean Bremser, advisor, and Debbie McConnell. Row 3 Lesley Crawford, Louise Butler, Ten'y Dailey, Cheryl Walden, Terry McNamara, and Jim Johnson. Row 4 Radaslav Plesinger, Kevin Gregg, Leo Grabowski and Stan Capps. War Chants taff adopts smaller half-tab format L. f 1' 122 Organizations l l l 1 Zpwiggl This year the newspaper staff voted unanimously for the smaller half-tab format, so eight students could be page editors of The War Chant. The staff put out additional issues this year, and hopes to add even more in the fol- lowing year. The photogra- phers worked hard to learn the processes of shooting pictures and developing prints . They spent time after school working on photogra- phy for the yearbook and newspaper. Photo staff spends time in dark room 1 The yearbook staff draws lay-outs and sizes photographs for the next deadline. 2 The newspaper and year- book staffs work together on selecting photographs. 3 YEARBOOK STAFF Row 1 Mrs. Jean Bremser, advisor, Mary Cuzzocrea, and Ronda Cooper. Row 2 Linda Coons, Lynda Waggoner, Cindy Cummings, and Lonnie Starnes. The Warrior Staff worked hundreds of hours to meet the deadlines set by the yearbook company in California. The staff welcomed new members this year but found that in spite oftheir help, new or- ganization ofthe book and increased number of pages, meant more work for staffers after school and on weekends. 'C' Qyv 1' ff iw. - Yearbook staff works after school, Saturdays Organizations 123 X They stand, tennis shoes in hand, They know that be- hind this open door lies a chance to be a high school hero, professional athelete, a college scholarship, or just a bench warmer. They know what ever lies ahead, participating in high school sports has changed their lives. V I r ' Sports zJ"""""f . K.,f l Sports 125 Varsity Football Scoreboard l Chiefs- Chiefs- bLChiefs- Chiefs 5 Chiefs- si Chiefs- s Chiefs- Chiefs- l'fChiefs- 126 Sports Parker- 6 Trevor Browne-2 Sabino-21 West-13 Show Low- 6 Mesa Jrs.- 6 Chaparral- O East-34 Saguaro Jrs.-21 The Varsity Chiefs had a good season with a 6-win 3-loss record. Thunderbird is a young school with new members and a new teaching staff who have just met. The coaching staff new to the members of the team and new to each other, have done an outstanding job of combining their strategy to put forth a truly fine team . lt takes great dedication and love of the sport for a young team to work so well together. With the dedica- tion and pride this young team has, next year may prove to be a truly great and winning season . Varsity Football Players Row 1 Brian Havey, Dale Smyser, Dan Ortega, Charles Roberts, Bart Cox, Mark George, Mike Jones, Mike Allsop, Mike Vallee, Andrew Eggleson. Row 2 John Hofferber, Jerry Murphy, David Francis, Larry Rodriquez, Tom Burkhart, Wesley Swaleton, David Grand, Randy Jensen, Charlie Griffiths. Row 3 Dennis Youngberg fmgr.l, George Pingitore, Warren Zarder, Jeff Hynes, Hal Swagel, Steve Doepke, Mike Hohn, David Bigsby, Ten'y Fletcher, Jerry Gilmore. Row 4 Jeff Resler, Mike Capulii, Noel Boucher, Mike Ortega, Steve Mathes, Jim Kirkpatrick, Jim Lamar, Gilbert Cordova, Mike Steinke. Row 5 Rusty Dohlman, imgr.l, Mr. Mike Clupper icoachl, Mr. Jim Fernandez tcoachl, Mr. Ernie Dora icoachl, and Mr. Ruben Perez ltrainerl. if 43 Q, , QM 2 f 55 QM Qs, if 1 ' 1 iw "" ,,, , + an, N 1. EN JV football players win last four games 2 PM Junior Varsity Football Scoreboard CHIEFS 19 COC ONINO 0 C HIEFS 6 APOLLO 15 CHIEFS 9 WEST 12 CHIEFS 8 SUNN YS LOPE 22 C HIEFS 28 GREENWAY 14 CHIEFS 39 GLENDA LE' 12 CHIEFS 49 CHAPARRAL 0 CHIEFS 35 WASHINGTON 29 A A The Junior Varsity football team started the season with a victory over Coconino beating them 19-0. After a hard week of practice the J .V. Chiefs were ready to scalp Apollo, but things fell short and the Chiefs fell shor in fact, they fell short the next two games in a row. The J .V. Chiefs had a strong defense, but the offense was a little weak. After some hard work, a few changes, and rearranging, the J .V. Chiefs were ready to act, and act they did, by taking the next four games in a row. 128 Sports JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS Row 1: Allen Wessel lmgrl, Allen Schultz lmgrl, Row 2: Zack Smiljanic, Jeff Powell, Brian Barr, Lonnie Starnes, Scott Hermann, Brian Edelen, Tony Nikes, Lee Self, Jim Burch, Rich Winkler, Fred Pickering. Row 3: Mr. Norb Kissel lcoachlSteve McCray, Tom Pickering, Rusty Williams, Gary Brasher, Glen Jones, Jeff Gossard, Karl Mueller, Fred Gill, John Meyers, Chuck Spencer, Paul Joseph, Tim Lass, Tim Sanders, Mr. Dale Bauman lcoachl. Row 4: Larry Calloway, Paul Agnello, Tom Pettijon, Russ Peters, Charles Kossow, Mitch Vitkovich, Cory Erickson, Mike Lard, Paul Manning, Rick Reese, and John McBride. l Ne X I -Sl! .. F"-Iii WSF' ' The Frosh "A" team opened the season with a victory over Alhambra, beating them 12 to 6.TheFrosh hit a losing streak, not winning until mid season. One of the Frosh coaches said there was a lot of talent, but too much individualism, that could hurt even the greatest of teams. The Frosh brought their rec- ord to 3-win 6-losses by beating Washington 2 to O. Frosh " A" Scoreboard CHIEFS 12 ALH AM BRA 6 CHIEFS 12 APOLLO 30 C HIEFS 8 BROPHY 16 CHIEFS 8 SUNNYSLOPE 0 C HIEFS 0 GREENWAY 24 CHIEFS 12 GLEN DALE 20 CHIEFS 0 CHAPARRAL 28 C HIEFS 2 WASHINGTON 0 C HIEFS 20 FR EEMONT 28 Freshman A wins just Bgames FRESHMAN A FOOTBALL PLAYERS Row 1: Paul Johnson, Greg Deming, Rick Kuhnhenn, John Schubert, John Clark, Tim Hardin, Greg Samuels, Mark Alsop, Steve Birch, Dan Micko. Row 2: Dave Grantham, Ken Kirwin, Larry Francis, Jim Partridge, Tom Curry, Mike Tilley, Randy Gray, Howard Waltz, Ty Dirks. Row 3: Larry Hubbard, Charles Dabney, Bruce Boucher, Willie Johnson, Jim Bemmerel, Rod Anfinson, Dave Johnson, John Wagner, Joe Kovalesky, Mr. Jack Storey tcoachl, Mr. Ron Jepsen tcoachl, and Mr. Manuel Rivero tcoachl. Sports 129 t ln- I f l lr I . O -la-Ye 14 l I 4 i i 3 Freshman "B" Football Players: Row 1 Mark Frosh "B" team fights with pride, dedication 130 Sports VanKleeck, Cole Erickson, Dave DeArkland, David I Peterson, Terry Brogan, Mike Stiak. Row 2 Steve Schwartz, Terry McCoy, Jeff Panasiti, Pat Kinahan ' Jim Carlson, Greg Voss, Alex Wekow, Kevin Tasker. Row 3 Mr. John Geames Kcoachl, Jeff Ivan, Dan Ray, Ray Coffey, Pat Wermes, Ed Beall, Mike Graff, Mr. Adam Cuevas tcoachl. Row 4 Terry I Stoops, Richard Dickson, Curtis Brown, Rudy Cordova, Jim Getz, Dan Londen, Mark Bryans, and Paul Adams. Frosh "B " Scoreboard Chiefs- O Apollo-12 Chiefs- O Greenway-24 Chiefs- 6 Glendale- 6 Chiefs- 6 Brophy-12 Chiefs- O Moon Valley-45 Chiefs-32 Chaparral-14 Chiefs- 6 Cortez-12 Chiefs- 6 Marcos De Niza-14 The Frosh "B" Chiefs had a rough season with a 1-7 record. The greatest problem was the lack of ex- perience, some of the players have never played tackle football, but others may have been playing Pop Warner for a good number of years . De- spite the losing season the Frosh "B" played with just as much pride and determi- nation as the Varsity Chiefs, with the experience of this year and a little hard work for next year the Frosh, who will be J.V., may have a winning, and great season. Volleyball Scoreboards Chiefs- 2 Xavier- 1 Chiefs- O Marcos De Niza- 2 Chiefs- 0 Sunnyslope- 2 Chiefs- 3 Glendale- 0 Chiefs- 2 Flagstaff- O Chiefs- 2 Prescott- 0 Apollo- 2 Chiefs- 0 Chiefs- 1 Moon Valley- 2 Chiefs- O Paradise Valley- 2 Chiefs- 1 Xavier- 2 Chiefs- O Marcos De Niza- 2 Chiefs- 0 Sunnyslope- 2 Chiefs- O Glendale- 2 2 Girls' Badminton Team: Row 1 Lee Roepke, Diana Bowerman, Theresa Lipson, Joy Blanchard, Karen Ellison, Vickie Hanson, Kyle Huston. Row 2 Kathy Boyle, Nancy Gerkin, Janie Black, Katie Bremer, Linda Olmstead, Lisa Niemeier, Liz Johnson. Row 3 Ruth Burns, Louise Cox, Kim McElwain, Paige Roepke, Susanne Koenig, Debbie Veldhuis, Holley Grieser, and Jan Vitkovitch. Badminton Scoreboard Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs- Chiefs- Chiefs- Agua Fira- 9 Marcos De Niza- 9 Sunnyslope- 9 Glendale- 9 Cortez- 7 Washington- 9 Apollo- 9 Moon Valley- 8 Paradise Valley- 9 Agua Fria- 8 Marcos De Niza- 7 Sunnyslope- 9 Glendale- 7 Cortez- 8 1 Girls' Volleyball Team: Row 1 Margy Fredenberg, Cindy Derrington, Kathy Vezaldenos, Darlene Foster, Janet Gary, Sam Hart, Kathy Ryant, Sue Nelson. Row 2 Cecilia Ortega, Vanessa Austin, Paula King, Diane Powell, Judi Sharp. Row 3 Jeannie Hill, Glenda Tunks, Cheri Bevolo, and Sue Hanger. Two girls' teams added this year 'W " P.- . '-Q ,Q ,X x.X fx l Qw Z bag :ii ' 1 Varsity runner Bill Willis strides victoriously across the finish line in first place. 2 In J. V. event runner Tom Parkinson grabs a first place to help team score. 3 The starting line of a J. V. meet against West at home displays eagerness Cross Country team wins 7 out of 9 F- il .ff 11 -4 132 Sports It takes a lot of guts and endurance to run Cross Coun- try . That describes our Var- sity Cross Country team to a "T" . lt's a rough sport de- manding hard work, like run- ning five miles a day, but the Cross Country team doesn't think of it as just hard work, The Cross Coun- try team represents our school just as the football or basketball team, but they don't get the same support. But, more people are becom- ing more aware of Cross Country each year. C ross Country Scoreboard C HI EFS-60 C HIEFS-34 CHIEFS-27 C HIEFS-22 C HIEFS-21 C HIEFS-24 C HIEFS-59 C HIEFS-17 C HI EFS-16 Chandler-56 G lendale- 12 Dysart-54 Central-29 Buckeye-35 West-34 Greenway-31 PV-31 Apollo-48 Marcos deNiz Chaparral-45 East-42 a-15 AL- . Varsity Cross Country: Row 1 David Rusty Yaney. Row 2 Ron Webster, Sports 133 .5 I I, 134 Sports JV runners help varsity achieve victory points The Junior Varsity Cross Country team is a hard work- ing group of young men . They go all out in their meets not just for a first place but for a team score and a team vic- tory . They are dedicated and proud ofthe team, not just themselves . These are the future Varsity runners, some will make a life time career, or for some this will be the last chance to run Cross Country. Whether it is or is not these men will benefit from this experience . Junior Varsity Cross Country: Row 1 Chip Zeeb, George Seff, Dan Walker. Row 2 Mike Pratt, Tom Parkinson, Walter Riordan, and Rich Ivanisko. l Freshman harriers build strength Although our Frosh Cross Country team is small, they play an important part in Thunderbird's athletics. These young men are full of pride and strength . Cross Country is a demanding sport, but not too tough for these men, they come out each day and work very hard. They don't get a big reward, but they get satisfaction in knowing they have helped their school in it's progress as a new school. Freshman Cross Country: Row 1 Lane Darling, Paul Callow, Brad Maver and Randy Jordan. Sports 135 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE QJ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 4 H A I . . . Dec. Judson M Q W Row 1. Brad Edson, Tum Panasltl, Dec. 7 Buckeye ' , 1 Noel Boucher, Dan Ortega, Rusty Dec. 14 Peoria NAAJ h glfvtd . Brown and Lewis Bradshaw. Row 2 Dec. 18 Ajo ennis Youngberg lmgrJ, Marty Dec. 27,28,29. Wickenburg LXMQJVK, LQ, L0 Mm ' ' Voss, Andy Eggleson, Jeff Patton, Jan. 4 Chaparral - , - David Grand, Mike Jones and lVlr. Jan. 5 A10 M- 1 Jx QM Jay Arnote fcoachb. Jan. 8 Bagdad bak! I , M WMM Jan. 11 Camp Verde R ' gg ,mgmylv . Jan. 15 Apache Jct. JA iso' M V Jan. 18 Payson - KQADL Jan. 19 Valley Union K0 X U Jan. 25 Coconino - . Jan. 26 Payson Kfvkj 6' Jan. 29 Peoria My Feb. 5 Bagdad e , ' 1 J' Feb. 9 Camp Verde lj - Feb. 12 Chaparral , ,, " Feb. 16 Parker 4 l-Ji' . Feb. 19 Bourgade Lv ' K , Feb. 27,28 Skyline , X. W get 84 Nlarch 1 Division L-fill, ALLEY ' X Q , Md U 9:1 qflw wi cgixaiw Q 'x W 0 1 CDMA. we JM if PM LPM 'L U 136 Sports KA! M . ,, - 'Q' ms.,- Varsity cagers play 13 games at home I 1. Marty Voss starts the second half by out jumping Buckeye's tall man. 2. Lewis Bradshaw swipes the ball on a fast-break to score two points ' for the Chiefs. 3. Lewis Bradshaw 2 looks for way out of a tight spot as the Buckeye defenders close in. 4. Rusty Brown rushes over to set a screen for team-mate Mike Jones. Sports 137 5,-1 h-un? JV Basketball captu res fifteen games in a rovv Junior Varsity Schedule Dec. Dec. Dec 'Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 138 Sports 7 14 18 4 5 8 11 15 18 25 26 29 5 9 12 16 19 Buckeye Peoria Ajo Chaparral Ajo Bagdad Camp Verde Apache Jct. Payson Coconino Payson Peoria Bagdad Camp Verde Chaparral Parker Bourgade ,,...1.-..........--4- J JV BASKETBA LL TEAM Row 1: Karl Muller, Jim Lamar, Tony Nikes, Steve Doepke, Mike Ortega. Row 2: John McEvoy, Lee Self, John Younken, John Danko. Row 3: Mr. Larry Prochnau lcoachl, Scott Herman, Mitch Vitkovich and Jay Moniger. Freshman Orange Team meets tough competition Freshman Orange Basketball Dec Dec Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Buckeye Coronado Peoria Ajo Chaparral Ajo Greenway Sunnyslope Greenway Paradise Valley Greenway Coconino Coronado Peoria Moon Valley Brophy Marcos de Niza Chaparral Parker FRESHMAN ORANGE BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: Tim Rodemaker lmgr.l, Larry Francis, Jim Law, Mark Bryans, Ed Morrow, Randy Gray. Row 2: Steve Schwartz, Joe Delbrook, Greg Voss, David Johnson, Jeff Panasiti, Row 3: Mr. Mike Clupper lcoachl, Dave Dove, Terry Stoops, John Shubert, Pal: Kinahan, and Bruce Boucher. Sports 139 nz ...J , .., ....,..,.-.K x f ex YL7' , 0 Frosh Blue Basketball builds for future games Freshman Blue Basketball Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 140 Sports 11 18 4 5 8 11 15 18 22 25 26 1 5 8 12 19 Coronado Peoria Chaparral Washington Greenway Sunnyslope Apache Jct. Paradise Valley Greenway Peoria Coronado Moon Valley Brophy Marcos de Niza Chaparral Peoria Row 1. John Clark, Mark Allsop, Dan Micko, Mike Graff, Alvin Davis, Row 2. Fred Matthews, Brad Maur, Loren Liakos, Dan Younkin, Kevin Woodward, Row 3. Mr. Ed. Brown fcoachi, Joe Kovalesky, Scott Dressler, Jeff Bands, Leon James and Curt Brown. Freshman tennis teams compete in fall 1. FRESHMAN GIRL'S TENNIS Row 1. Sheri Puype, Penny Woodward, D.J. Wengroski, Cheryl Stevens. Row 2. Tracy Swerdferger, Christi Treat, Monica Fredenberg, Kathi Zumwalt and Mrs. Kathy Beal fcoachl. 2. FRESHMAN BOY'S TENNIS Row 1. Jeff Rajuniec, Tom Thorsby, Bruce Herrington, Richard Liner. Row 2. Mark Grether, Brent Woods, Mike Dafferner, Grant Bohlman. Row 3. Mr. Gary Johnson fcoachi and Rick Wilcox. 6 'cfii' 4 Y- E32-Ssfpflv:-'rf ' 4 F .l i ' 'A A o f "W""'Wfff'f'. 'N me gxiggagaamew ,f. A ,f .0 .1 "xii: to n.,..,.,,,, tt' my .l ,W . ' ' ' ' my f-l-ff-ww fi' ,W ':"' -7' '. lv". emma 7'f'f'5i1?l.A.' 'Q ' . - +-r-N - W M: , -. , ,L f- 1 if QE ? ,iff .-' "f:i"l"1'- gg , ' :St J' . " 'W N 11'5 . f "": filfilgfgfilf' . -M." Wi .Elf +' E 'lf - luis, 5225555322 if A HTS 'Allman if af ii 'A 2 if 'N f- 2 EH 2 A Mt er sl-Mf - A " ' - "ff: WSE! 1 I ,' , .1 x - :.'-- ' -ff' V ' -' . v-u f- -4514i -' 4- if--I L g 1. rl-3--O -ji-'nf J.V. Boys Tennis JV Bo s Iennls Ieam Feb. 21 Sunnyslope Feb. 26 Greenway mee I 28 V9I'l ODIDOFIGFI S March 1 Bagdad Nlarch 12 Moon Valley Nlarch 14 Agua Fria . March 21 Washington gl'.agf.Ic5? tgirl-?:li2lcio-llfplsllllckNllvcillcox, Xlamh Q6 irizngrqy Rick Wilson, Bruce Farrel and Tom p l q 'a Thorsby April 4 Cortez ' April 26 84 27 Division Tournament Nlay 3 84 4 State Tournament 142 Sports sez, mama F-ffm Il.-i ' f J.V Feb Feb Feb Girls Tennis Girls JV Tennis Team Feb Nlarch 5 Prescott I March 12 Nloon Valley March 14 Agua Fria lVlarch 21 Washington March 26 Greenway JV GIR LS TENNIS TEAM Z ggrlflzfna Jox Blanchard, 'Nlonica Frendenberg, April 16 Prescott Susie Franke, Kim IVlcElwam, Kim April 18 Washington Altemus, Kathie Zumwalt, Roxanne April 26 84 27 Division Tournament Mcoawttf and Penny Woodward' lVlay 3 84 4 State Tournament Sports 143 Varsity boys tennis faces older rivals I ill! i I X VHYSHY BOYS Tennis VARSITY B-O YS TENNIS TEAM Brian Gessner, Ken Dirks, Mike Feb. 19 Apollo Parcell and Kurt Butler. Feb. 21 Sunnyslope Feb. 28 Glendale March 7 Bagdad March 12 Moon Valley March 14 Agua Fria March 21 Washington April 2 Agua Fria April 4 Cortez April 26 8L 27 Division Tournament IVIay 3 84 4 State Tournament 144 Sports Girls varsity tennis competes 3 months Girls Varsity Tennis Feb. 19 Apollo Feb. 21 Sunnyslope Feb. 28 Glendale IVlarch 5 Prescott IVlarch 12 Nloon Valley Nlarch 14 Agua Fria Nlarch 21 Washington April 2 Agua Fria April 4 Cortez April 16 Prescott April 18 Washington April 26 84 27 Division Tournament May 3 84 4 State Tournament GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS TEAM Janie Stiak, Carol Franke, Karen Kaasa, Nlargy Fredenberg, Julie Stiak and Pat Ault. Sports 145 Varsity Sfihedule VARSITY WRESTLERS Row 1. Scott Dec. Dec. Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 146 Sports 1 4 7 13 15 20,21 11 22 29 1,2 5 8,9 15,16 Paradise Valle Cv-'N Y Tolleson L5 Canyon del Oro Chaparral Cortez Washington Tournament Dysart Peoria Prescott Doc Wright Tournament Chaparral Skyline Tournament State Tournament Dahl, Don Back, Jim Tress, Nlatt Birch, Walt Blood, Mark Herrin and Ron Stowe. Row 2. Coach Ron Jepsen, Rick Reese, Jerry Gilmore, Charlie Kossow, Charles Griffiths and Larry Calloway. 5315 'Q 1 I 923736 I . V wma, ,. 4 2 4 S A z ii -. J Y...-'ian xr q S 49. L. , g,c2.'f Q , 'ik 'pn f- 1 sq 8 I 2-f y V .f J ,T' f'QI-.r -I ,M ,I 1,- fffm f 535, 1 Select JV Wrestlers compete against varsity Junior Varsity Wrestling Schedule 1 Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 148 Sports 4 7 13 15 20 4 11 22 ,21 25 29 2 5 8,9 15,16 Paradise Valley 'jimi-X Tolleson Canyon del Oro Chaparral Cortez Washington Tournament Greenway Dysart Peoria Greenway Prescott Doc Wright Tournament Chaparral Skyline Tournament State Tournament Hi dan JV WRESTLING TEAM Row 1 Lucio Brooks, Bruce Lowell, Mike Stiak and George Seff. Row 2 Roy Anthes, Russ Peters, David Angello, Jeff Hynes, and David Francis. Freshman Wrestling Schedule 1 Dec Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 20,21 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 16 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8,9 Feb. 15,16 Paradise Valley erin Canyon del Oro Freshman grapplers face Sunnyslope Cortez ' Washington Tournament on n in ma e opp e ts 13 tch s East Flagstaff Peoria Greenway FR ESHNIAN WRESTLING TEAM Prosoon , Row 1 Steve Samuels, Rudy Cordova, Mafcosfie NIZH Ed Agnello, Jim Getz, Mike suak, Doc .Wright T0urrIamGnf David Peterson. Row 2 Mr. Jim Skvlme Tournament Fernandez, Coach, Randy Wall, Tom State Tournament Peddle, Rod Antinson, David Burns, and James Partridge. Sports 149 Bauman keeps 15 players on "74" tea m l l L, VARSITY BASEBALL Row 1: Brian VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Rovelli, Noel Boucher, Peter Schroyer, Joel Morton, Dave Bigsby, Tim March 9 Winslow Panasiti, Tim Sanders and Bryan March 16 Gilbert Edelen, Row 2: Steve Slater, Chuck March 20 Gerard Schroyer, Bart Cox, Mike Capulli, March 21 Aja Mike AllSOp, Mike Jones, Mark March 22 Central George and Mr, Dale Bauman March 23 Dygart lcoachl. March 26 Chaparral March 29 Gilbert March 30 Gerard April 4-11 Agua Fria Tournament April 16 Lake Havasu April 19 Peoria April 23 Tolleson April 27 Mingus Union April 30 Chaparral May 3 CDO May 4 Lake Havasu May 7 Peoria May 10 Mingus Union May 11 Winslow 150 Sports "AL' QE 1 -U s- , ' 1 W, . f . V- ,X V, it ' i""' f ' -.sh 'ut 'S ". v- .-' ." ' A2 "f, W ,vit .f -- . . - -'J-.. ixf-' --f1'fif?K dip- w.1,l,',,,.,,,-,V JJ. s., 1 Bryan Edelan takes a few practice swings as Brian Rovelli catches, 2 Mike Jones warms up his pitching arm. 3 Noel Boucher takes his chan- ces as he hits a low ball to the left field. Sports 151 x 17, HEP 5 I JV Baseball team meets 14 opponent Nlarch 9 March 16 March 20 March 21 Nlarch 22 March 23 March 26 Nlarch 29 March 30 April 2 April 19 April 20 April 23 April 30 Nlay 3 Nlay 7 May 10 Nlay 11 152 sports Winslow Gi I bert Gerard Ajo Central Dysart Chaparral Gilbert Gerard Coconino Peoria Glendale Tolleson Chaparral CDO Peoria Greenway Winslow JV BASEBALL Row 1 Mitch Garland, Dennis Shoup, Pat'lVliller, Steve Rucker, Jeff Schwartz, Jeff Moninger, Row 2: Coach John Geames, Dan Crothers, Scott Hermann, Brad Hicks, Charles Kossow, Russ Peters, Jack Cossell, Jim Pelton, Nlarty Voss, S Freshman Baseball meets 11 opponents FROSH. BASEBALL SCHEDULE March 15 March 16 March 22 March 23 Nlarch 26 April 9 April 19 April 20 April 23 April 30 Nlay 3 May 4 May 7 May 10 May 11 Cortez Agua Fria Central Dysart Chaparral Washington Peoria Glendale Moon Valley Chaparral Sunnyslope Dysart Peoria Greenway Washington FROSH BASEBALL Row 1 Scott Curthoys, Thad Coffey, Pat Wermes, John Schubert, Howard Waltz, Dave Burns, Randy Danner, Mark Allsop, Steve Birch, Greg Voss, Ken Kirwin, Jeff Bands, and Bruce Boucher. Row 2 John Wagner, Jim Wilkie, Rudy Cordova, Jeff Panasiti, Dan Londen, Mike Stiak, Lane Darling, Bill Holt, Scott Dresslen, Joe Kovalesky, and Dan Micko. Sports 153 "-Y' ,v. ,.. I f?"X Varsity thinclads compete through lVlay VARSITY TRACK SCHEDULE March 9 G.Y.H.S.D. Relays March 15 Flagstaff, Winslow, St. Mary's March 20 Dysart March 22 Central April 3 Phoenix Christian April 16 Prescott April 17 Tolleson April 26 Glendale May 1 Scottsdale May 9 84 10 G.U.H.S.D. 154 Sports JUNIOR TRACK PARTICIPANTS Row 1 Bill Willis, Jeff Stull, Terry Fletcher, Mike Hohn, Brian Havey, Row 2 Mark Dotterer, Jeff Bladon, Steve Mathes, Jim Kirkpatrick, Mat Tarner, and Homer Tipsword, Row 3 Jeff Resler, Tom Parkinson, Mike Pratt, Rusty Yaney, and Jeff Hynes. Row 4 David Robbins, Jerry Gilmore, Chuck Spencer, Andy Eggleson, and David Grand. 1 Track Team runs a few laps to warm up. 2 Junior Radaslov Plesinger throws the shot-put to test distance, for the first meet, 3 Mark Dotterer clears the pole. Sports 155 Sophomore traokmeh end season lVlay1 J.V. TRACK SCHEDULE SOPHOMORE TRACK PARTICIPANTS Row 1 Dave Agnello, Chip Zeep, lVlarch 9 G.U.H.S.D. Relays Mike Ortega, Larry Callaway, and lVlal'Ch 20 Dysari lVlike Munsell, Row 2 Mike Lard, lVlarch 22 Central Thomas Pettijohn, Josh Voynick, Nlarch 26 Washington Dave Tucker, and Corey Turner, April 3 Phoenix Christian April 16 Prescott April 17 Tolleson April 26 Glendale May 1 Scottsdale 156 Sports ,......T- ' -w " il' Y FRESHMAN TRACK PARTICIPANTS Row 1 Larry Francis, Eddie Morrow, Rob Zint, and Alex Webow. Row 2 Steve Wygan, Randy Wall, Terry lVIcCoy, Don lVlunsell, and Bill Thaller. Row 3 Nlarty Lard, Nlarty Holmes, Randy Gray, and Kevin Woodward. Freshman tracksters build for future March 9 Nlarch 22 March 26 April 17 April 26 Nlay 7848 G,U.H.S.D. Relays Central Washington Tolleson Glendale G.U.H.S.D,, Greenway Sports 157 E' f"'V1"" " ' srxnffib Editor ,,,. Advisor .... Business Manager Student Life . . Academics, , , JuniorClass . . Sophomore Class Freshman Class Organizations. . Sports ..... Index ,,,,, Editorial Assistants . . Photo Advisor. . Photographers, , Ronda Cooper IVlrs. Jean Bremser lVIary Cuzzocrea Dorothy Cruz Cindy Cummings Dorothy Cruz Anna Cuzzocrea, Linda Coons Jane Foster, Rhonda Stump Cindy Cummings Lonnie Starnes Joel Morton Kathy Gessner, Dara Hartnett Rosalind Hunt and Lynda Waggoner Mr. David Yamamoto Scott Dent, Dan Dove, Ed Fillcins Glenn Fisher, Ron Nelson, Walter Riordan, Bill Rouse and Richard Steinke FRESHMAN INDEX ABBAS, JAY J 88 ACERNC, JUDY E 88 ADAMS, DAR LYS E 88 ADAMS, JUDY 88 ADAMS, PAUL J 88,130 AGNELLO, ED J 88,128,149 AGUILAR, GEORGE S 88 ALBA, CHRISTINA M 88 ALLEN, LEONARD F 88 ALLRED, MICHAEL R 88 ALLS0P, MARK L 88,129,140 ANDERSON, TAMINA M 88 ANFINSON, RCDNEY R 88,149 ARRIAGA, PATTY A 88,115 AUSTIN, TAMMY S 88 AUSTIN, VENESSA J 88,121,131 BAILEY, LISA R 88,104 BAILEY, MIKE C 88,110 BAKER, CATHY L 88 BAKKER, THERESA L 88 BA LDWIN, VANCE 88,108,111 BALLANTYNE, LINDA x 88,113 BANAS, R0BBY W 88 BANDS, JEFF 140 BARBER, DON M 88 BARBER, MICHAEL W 88 BARKER, JULIE M 88,88,104 BARKER, LARRY M 88,110 BART LETT, COLLEEN M 88 BAYUS, DIANE 88 BEALL, EDWARD A 88,130 BEAVERS, JEFF E 88,113 BECKER, SHELLY S 16,88,1II3 BEDDY, CINDY A 88 BEDOY, MANUEL JR 88 BELL, PAM Y 88 BEN NER L, JAMES A 88,129 BERMEA, DANNY 88 BEV0L0, CHERI R 88,113,131 BINGHAM, RICHARD R 88,111 BIRCH, STEVE J 88,129 B LASDEL L, JU LIE D 88,104 BLEAVINS, SUSAN M 88 BLoSS, KELLI I 88 BLCSS, ROBIN L 88,119 BCDINE WILLIAM K 88 BCEHME WADE W 88 B0ERS, ERIC L 88 BOHLMAN, GRANT L 88,141 BDPREY, CAROLYN M 88,111 B0TToRFF, ANDREA 89 BoUCHER, KEVIN B 89,129,139 BOWDISH, NANETTE A 89 BRANCH, LYNN M 89 BRANDT, G LENDA L 89,104 BREED LOVE, NATHEN M 89 BREMER, LINDA J 89 BRIGUG LIO, PAUL 89 BRCGAN, TERRY A 89,130 BROKER, JEFFREY M 89 BROWN, CURTIS W 89,130,140 BROWN, FAY R 89 BR OY LES, MONICA L 89,117 BRUNK, CHRISTINE J 89 BRYANS, MARK E 89,130,139 BUCK, LAURA J 89 BUCKWA LTER, JILL R 89,104,1 BURKHART,1RENE M 89,109 BURNS, DAVID G 89,149 BUSCH BEVERLY A 89,113 BUSSART, JAMES D 89 BUTLER, CYNTHIA L 89,113 BYRD, JAMES W 89 CALLOW, PAUL w 90,135 CAMPBELL, KENNETH w 90 CAPPS, CHRISTY R 90 CAR LSON, JIM E 90,130 CARROLL, DIANE M 90 CARTER, DEBORAH J 90 CARTER, WANDA S 90,113 CHAMBERS, REBECCA D 90 CHAMBERS, RCBERTA L 90 CLARK, JR JOHN F 90,111,129,140 CLARK, JUDY A 90 CLARK, LINDA S 90,115 CLARK, RICHARD E 90 CLARKE, CATHY H 90 CLAY MAN, STEVEN E 90 C LICK, JON 90 CDFFEY, RAY T 90,130 CCKER, ALLEN R 90 co LLINS, JUDY 90,104,119 COOK, MARY 88,90,104 C00PER, KIM A 90,115 CORDOVA, RUDY 24,90,130,149 CORYELL, KELLY A 90,104 COSSELL, KAREN S 90 CCUCH, DEBORAH A 91 CRAFT, WILLIAM E 91 CRANE, ERIC 91,109 CRAWFORD, ELISA M 91,110 CROTHERS, DEAN E91 CRUz, PAMELA J 91 CULLARI, ANNA M 91 CURRY, TH0MAS L 91,95,129 CURTH0YS, A SCOTT 91 CURTIS, KELLY L 91 DABNEY, CHAR LES P 91, 129 DAFFERNER, MIKE L 91,141 DANNER, RANDY L 91 DAR LING, LANE B 91,135 DAVIDSON, SCOTT J 91 DAVIS, ALICE A 91 DAVIS, ALVIN D 91,140 DAVIS, KIM E 91 DAVIS, PHYLLIS L 91,119 DAVIS, PIxIE G 91 DEAN RALPH S 91 DEARK LAND, DAVID J 91,130 DE LAIR, PATRICIA E 91,104 DELBROOK, JCSEPH H 91,139 DEMING, GREG V 91,129 DEPINTO, L0RI91 DICKSON, RICHARD N 91,130 DILL, DAR LEEN M 91 DIRCKS, TY M 91,129 DIRKS, DIANE M 91,104,115 D0NALDSoN, SHERIL A 91 DoUST, KENDA LL L 91 DovE, DAVE M 91,139 DRESSLER, SCOTT L 91,140 DOWNER, GUY C 91 DR0zDA, JOHN N 91 DUKE, LINDA M 91,104,118 DUNCAN, DAVID C 91 DURNELL, ALICIA M 91 EASTIN, SALLY L 91 ECKSTADT, ANGELA F 91 EDELEN, JAMES B 91,128,150 ELLIS, CATH LEEN J 92,110 EMRICK, MAR LENE 92 ENG LISH, CINDY T 92 ENNIS, CATHERINE M 92 ERICKSCN, COLE S 92,113,130 ERICKSCN, KELLY E 24,88,89,92 EWING, VICKI L 92,104 FANION, JESSE M 92 FERGUSCN, LYNN W 92 FERRY, RICHARD A 92 FETTERMAN, JANET D 92 FILKINS, CINDY 92 FISCHER, JOHN L 92 FISCHER, MARY A 92,106,116 FLANAGAN, MCIRA A 92,115 FORTIN, CAROLYN D 92 FRANCIS, LARRY B 92,129,139 FREDENBERG, JAMES P 92 FREDENBERG, MONICA A 92,108, 143 FRIED L, JOAN M 92,115,121,131 FULLER, NE LISSA L 92,113 FULLER, VELMA 92 FULTON, SANDRA L 92 GARIGALI, NINA F 92 GATLIN, BILLIE L 93 GATLIN, DAR LA G 93 GERKIN, NANCY L 86,93,104,131 GERSTNER, JONATHAN P 93,110 GETz, JAMES W 93,130,149 Go0DBY, DONNA L 93 GCCDRICH, CARO LYN L 93 141 GCR DE L L, A LICE R 93,104,106,109, 115 GRAF, JOYCE M 93 GRAFF, MICHAEL S 93,130,140 GRAMER, MARK E 93 GRANT, BOB 93 GRANTHAM, JAMES K 93 GRAY, RANDY E 93,129,139 GREGOR, TERESA G 93 GRETHER, MARK C 93,141 GUDER, JOHN BENITA D 93 GUNTER, JEFF 93,116 HAINES, COREEN M 93 HALAWITH, LYNN M 93 HA LITzKA, LAURA E 93,188 HALL, JEFFREY K 93 HA LSEMA, JAMES A 93 HAMM, JOHNNY M 93 HANNASCH, JULIE L 93 HARDEN, TIMOTHY R 93,129 HARGIS, MELANIE L 93,104 HARRINGTON, BRUCE H 89,93,141 HART, SHELLI,J 93 HAY, KEITH M 93 HAYES, TRACY L 93 HEATH, GREGoRY R 93 HHN, LANE A 93 HELMAN, JAMES A 93 HERRIN, SHIR LEY L 93,115 HICKS, JEFFREY A 93 HILL, JOANNIE L 93,131 HINToN, JANET L 93 H0DGES, LARRY A 93 HOFFMANN, DONALD L 93 HoHN, STEPHEN P 93 HO LBROOK, ROXANNE 93 HOLSTIN, KAREN L 86,94,114 HO LT, WILLIAM E 94,95 HCSKINS, LESLIE C 99 HUBBARD, LARRY E 99,129 HUBLER, GREG S 94 HUDGINS, CHERRIE A 8e,94,1o4,11.5 HUGHES, JIM E 94 HUST0N, ROBERT J 94,110 HYETT, JULIE L 94 IVAN, JEFFREY S 94,130 JAC0BS, DAVID H 94 JAMES, JACQUELINE L 94 JCGERST, JOAN F 94 JOHNSON, ANDREW W 129 JOHNSON, DAVID L 94,129,139 JOHNSON, JANICE K 94 JOHNSON, PAMELA A 94 JOHNSON, PAUL E 94,129 JOHNSON, STEVE M 90,94 JOHNSTON, STEPHANIE L 94 JOHNSON, WENDY A 94 JOLLY, DENISE K 94 JoNES, BYRON L 94 JONES, LARRY W 94 JONES, PAM A 94 JoRDAN, RANDY L 94,135 JORDAN, RICKY D 94 JUNG, SALLY L 94,104,116 KEATS, CINDY P 94 KELLEY, KATH LEEN L 94,111,113 KEMP, ROBERT C 94 KENIMER, DONNA L 94 KENNEDY, MICHELE K 94,110 KENYCN, LELA S 94 KERWOOD, JAMES R 94 KESTNER, JEAN A 94,113 KILDUFF, CHERYL L 88,94,104,119 KINAHAN, PATRICK J 94,130,139 KING, PAULETTE J 94,131 KIRWIN, KENNETH R 94,129 KNOCHEL, NATHAN J 95 KCRP, DAN G 95 KOSTY, JANET L 95,104,106,113 KCVALESKY, JoSEPH E 95,129,140 KRAUS, GARY D 95 KRESS DAWN L 95,115 KR0LL, DIANNE L 95 KUHNHENN, RICKY K 95,129 LABRANCHE , LOUISE M 95 LANFCRD, WINONA 95,113,131 LARD, MARTIN L 95 LARIVE, BOB 0 95 LASSLEY, JAMES 95 LATIMER, LYNN K 95 LAW, JIM D 95,139 LAWRENCE, LISA A 95,121 LESTER, KERRI 95,113,116 LEWIS, DIANA L 95 LEWIS, PARRY 95 LIAKCS, LOREN D 95 LIGHTHEART, MICHAEL B LINER, RICHARD D 95,111,141 LIPSKIA, BILLY D 95 LIPS0N, THERESE ANN 95,104,109, 114,130 LIVE LY, JAMES W 95 LONDEN, DANIEL R 95,110,130 L0RY, LINDA L 111,113 MCBRIDE, CATHERINE L 95,111 MCCOY, TERRY 130 MCGOVERN, PHILIP A 95 MCKINNEY, ANNE E 96,113 MAJ0R, KATHY L 96 MANGICNE, STEPHANIE 96 MARONEY, R0DNEY,L 96 MARSHALL, RANDAL J 96 MARTIN, MIKE R 96 MASON, TAMERA A 96,113 MASSA, ANNE L 96 MASSEY, SHARON M 96 MATHEWS, FRED v 96,140 MAUER, BRAD W 96,135,140 MAY, DAR LENE 96 MAY, JIM 96 MAY, LINDA M 96 MICKo, DANIEL R 96,129,140 MILLDEBRANDT, MATTHEW G 96,111 MILLER, CYNTHIA I 96,111 MILLER, MICHELLE M 96 MOCERI, DAVID M 96 M0ELLER, DANIEL D 96 MONAHAN, JUDY L 96,106 M0NTESER, DIANE R 96,109 MOORE, SUSAN NA J 96 MORPHEW, WILLIAM D 96 M0RR0W, EDDIE J 96,139 MCRTENSEN, BRENDA J 96 MCSHER, REX G 96 Moss, TERRY L 96 MULRCNEY, PATRICK K 96 MUNSELL, DONALD E96 MURPHY, ANTHONY W 96 MURPHY, MARY 113,114 MYERS, BRENT R 97,111,113 MYSLIWIEC, FRANK T 97 NELSON, DAVID W 97 NESS, DIANA M 97 NEwC0MB, KARI D 97,113 NoDzAK, BARBARA 97,104,113 NOZICKA, CHRISTINE C 97 OCKENFELS, ALLEN A 97 0 HAN LoN, STEVE J 97 OLSON, CARRIE E 97,106,113 0NTIoER0S, RAFAEL 97 OPOCENSKY, LORRAINE A 97,113 DRTEGA, CECILIA M 97,121,131 ovERBY, DENNIS E 97 I OWEN, MICHAEL K 97 PANASITI, JEFFREY J 97,30,139 PAR KE, LES LEY A 86,97,104 PARTRIDGE, JAMES S 97,129,149 PASE, DERRICK M 97 PATTON, JAMES R 97 PAUL, CONNIE S 97 PEDDLE, DEBBIE L 97,114 PEDDLE, TOM R 97,149 PEL LETIER, AN NETTE J 97,115 PETERS, KIM S 97,108,115 PETERSON, BRENT H 97,109 PETERSON, DAVID R 97,130,149 PETERSON, PAMELA L 97,113,116 PETERSON, SANDY J 97 PETTY, MARY J 97 POORE, PAUL R 97 PORTER, BECKY S 97 POWELL, DIANE L 97,110,118,131 PRIN, TAMMY L 97 PROVENCE, DONNA A 97 PRUITT, DEBRA A 98 PUG LISE, vERoNICA L 98,104 PUHRMANN, CHRISTINE E 98 PUTMAN, GARY L 98 PUYPE, SHERYL E 98,104,118,121 RADEMAKER, 'TIMOTHY J 98,139 RAJUNIEC, JEFFREY T 98,141 RALL, J0DI L 98,104,106,116,118,119 RALPH, VICTORIA L 98 RASMUSSEN, JANINE L 98,113 RATLIFF, MICHAEL R 98 RAY, DANIEL L 98,130 RAY, DEBBIE C 98,113 RAYMOND, KIMBER LEY J 98 REED, ROBIN C 98,113 REMELE, JAMES S 98 RICHARDS, BYRON D 98 RICHARDSCN, JOANNE M 98 RIDDELL, SANDY L 98 RIORDAN, CHRISTOPHER P 98,132 RITER, CARY E 98,110 ROBERT, PRISCILLA G 98 RCBERTS, JULIE A 98 RODRIGUEZ, ELSA 98 R0DRIQUEz, MARY A 98,114 ROEH LKE, JAN M 98,113,115 ROEPKE, LEIGH A 98,104,115,119,1.31 RoMICK, CYNTHIA L 98,111 RDTISKY, DEBBIE A 98 RUSSELL, JOHN D 98 SAMUELS, STEVE J 98,149 SANCHEz, JANET M 98 SCAvARDA, JOHN S 98 SCHALL, LOREN J 98,111 SCHAPLER, DAWN M 98 SCHARDT, LAURIE D 98 SCHROFF, IV GEORGE W 98 SCHUBERT, JOHN M 98,129,139 SCHULTZ, KARYN S 98,116 SCHUTTE, N100 LA S 98 SCHWARTS, STEPHEN P 98,130,139 SCOTT, CHERY L L 98,110 SEZATE, SHERRI L 99 SHAFF, LARRY D 99 SHAFFER, SCOTT D 99 SHANNON, BRUCE W 99 SHARP, JUDITH L 99,121,131 SHEPARD, BRETT A 99 SHORTALL, WILLIAM C 99 SHUGG, RODNEY G 99 SIEBERT, MIKE W 99 SIMPSON, MARK E 99 SLING LUFF, RENEE P 99,114 SLUSARz, KAREN L 99 SMITH, ANNETTE M 99,106 SMITH, MARGARET E 99 SMITH, TAMARA R 99 SPISAK, ANTHONY B 99,111 STAICOFF, WA LTER P 99 STANFORD, DAVID D 99 STANLEY, BRENDA K 99,113 STARNES, TERRY L 99 STEELE, DEBRA S 99,114 STEPHENS, CINDY 99 STEVENS, CHERY L A 99,114,141 STIAK, MIKE J 99,130,148,149 STINEMETz, DIANA K 100 STONE, LINDA M 100,111 STOOPS, TERRY M 100,130,139 ST0PEK, CARRIE D 86,100,104 STREICH, TERESA A 100 STRONG, DEAN R 100 STU LTS, PHILIP M 100 STUMP, PAUL A 100 SULLIVAN, PATRICIA 100 SUMMERS, JENNIFER K 100 SUTHER LAND, DEBBIE J 100 SWENSoN, LYNDA L 100,109,110 SWERDFEGER, TRACY A 95,100,118, 119,141 SYKES, JEFF 100 TASKER, KEVIN R 100,130 TATE, KEVIN D 100 TAY L0R, ELIZABETH J 100,110,122 THALLER, BILL J 100,111 THORNHILL, ToM F 100,111 THCRSBY, HAROLD T 100,141,142 TILLEY, MICHAEL D 100,129 TIPSW0RD, KAREN L 100 TOTHEROW, PATRICIA L 100,111,119 TOWNSEND, MIKE D 100,108,111 TREAT, CRISTY J 100,104,108,141, 114 TRESS, SUSAN S 89,100,116 TUNKS, G LENDA A 100,121,131 TYRRELL, MARK J 100 VALE, K C 100 VA LICHNAC, ROBERT F 100,110 VAN BRUNT, BARBARA A 100 vAN KLEECK, MARK 100,113,130 VAN WOLDE, ALBERT D 100 VAUGHN, ROBERT L 100 v0SS, GREGORY C 100,130,139 VROOMAN, R SCOTT 100,111 WAGNER, JOHN D 100,129 WAGNER, WAYNE S 100 WALKER, A LAN 100 WALL, RANDY 149 WALTENBURG, RANDY W 100 WA LTZIII, HoWARD D 100,129 WARNE, LINDA L 100 WARREN, JACK T 101 WEAVER, ANGELIA D 101 WEISMAN, EILEEN A 101,104,109 WEKOW ALEX N 101,130 WELLS, MARY A 101,113 WENGROWSKI, DONNA J 101,109 WER MES, PATRICK A 101,130 WEST, ERIC C 101 WHISMAN, SHARON S 101,111 WHITE, DALE E 101 WHITE, YERDNICA L 101,113 WHITING, LINDA S 101 WILc0x, RICK L 101,141,142 WILDER, NATA LIE A 101,104 WILHITE, VIRGINIA F 101 WILKIE, JAMES L 101,111 WILKIE, WILLIAM J 101 WILLIS, KAREN S 101,110 WILMOTH, TINA S 101,113 WILSON, ANGELA Y 101 WILSON, JAMES R 101 WINDSOR, SCOTT M 90,101,111 WINKELMANN, DEAN A 101 WISNIEWSKI, GARY S 101,111 WISNIEWSKI, STEVE H 101 W00DARD, SEPTEMBER 101 W00DEN, KAREN 101 WOODS, BRENT L 101,110,141 WOODWARD, KEVIN M 101,140 WOODWARD, PENELOPE S 101,103, 113,139,143 WORTHMAN, JUDY L 101 WRIGHT, JOSEPH E 101,111 WYGANT, STEVEN K 101 WYMAN, JEFFERY B 101 YAGER, FRANK E 113 YATES, SAM A 101 YEE, HARRY J 90,101 YOUNG, vICKI K 101 YoUNKIN, DAN W 101,140 ZANZOT, SOPHIA A 101,113 ZE LIUS, DEBBIE A 101 ZIMMERMAN, SUSAN D 101 ZINDA, JU LIANNE M 101 zUMWA LT, KATHI L 101,141,143 zUMWAH, TERRI101 SOPHO MORE INDEX ABBE, SCOTT L 72 ABRECKA, KIM A 72 ADAMS, HARIAN L 72,110 AGNELLO, DAVE M 72,148 ALLAN, JOHN W 22,72 ALLERT, DAVE C 72 ALTEMUS, KIMBERLY A 72,118,119, 143 ANTHES, R0Y E 72,148 ANZELMO, MICHAEL J 72 ARMSTRONG, KERRY W 72 AULT, MICHAEL P 72 AUSTIN, VENUS J 72 BACK, DON T 72,146 BACKUS, DAVID W 72 BALL, JUDY M 72 BA LMES, EILEEN M 72,108 BARKER, LARRY T 72,112 BARKER, VA LERIE A 23,72,110 BASKIN, ZACHARY 72 BATYK0, vIRA J 72 BEATTIE, JU LIE M 72 BECK, MICHAEL v 73 BECKER, SCOTT D 73 BEDRIN, STEVEN M 73 BELL, MELINDA S 73,111 BELL, ROBIN A 73 BENNALLACK, DAVID A 73,112 BERGIN, JOSEPH JR W 73 BERNARDS, vICKIE D 73 BIGSBY, LYNN A 73 BINGHAM, LORRIE L 73,104,111 BIRCH, MATT W 73,110,146 BLACK, JANIE M 73,111,16,143 BLANCHAR D, JOY E 73,121,131,143 BLOOD, MARGARET R 73,104 BL0oM0UIsT, CLAY W 73,110 BOESCH, PATTI A 73 BoISE, DIANNA L 73,106 BOND, ANN C 73 BONEBRAKE, LARRY C 73 BO0K, JUDY L 73,110 B0UCHER, NOEL H 73,126,136,150 B0WER MAN, DIANA D 73,104,109,131 BCWERS, DEBBIE M 73 BRADSHAW TERRI A 73 BRAMWELL, DEBBIE R 73 BRANCH, GAIL L 73 BRASHER, GARY P 24,73,128 BREMER, KATIE 70,73,1ZI3,131 BREMER, MINDY L 73,108,119 BRIANT, KATHY A 73 BRDGAN, DAVID L 73 BR0wN, MELISSA H 73,116 BROWN, PENNIE s 73,113 BR oy LES, MARTHA E 73,117 BRUDER, AMY C 12,73,110,115 BRYANT, ELTON E 73 BUCK LEY, KATHY A 73,111 BOYD, JANE 73 BURCH, JAMES D 73,128 BURFCRD, KENNETH A 73 BURKHART, THoMAs s 112,126 BURRESS, JESSICA 74 BUTLER, KATH LEEN L 74,106,114, 116 BUzAN, SCOTT L 74 BYNoN, LAWRENCE C 74 CALLAWAY, LARRY w 74,110,128, 146 CAMPBELL, JUDY L 74 CANNCN, ELIZABETH R 74 CAPozzI, AL D 74 CAPULLI, MARTINA L 74 CAR BERRY, KEITH M 74 CARLSON, BRIAN R 74 CARON, MICHELLE S 74,108,118 CAT LIN, GEORGE E 74 CECICH, GINGER L 74 CENTNER, JOE P 74 CHASE, ROBERT D 74 CLARK, DEBRA D 74,113 C LARK, GEORGE E 74,110 C LAR K, LORI L 74,108,110,114,119 CLARK, RUTH E 74 CLIFT, EDDIE C 74 CLIFTON, DEBORAH A 74,115 COLLAMER, TERRY G 74 COLLINS, LINDA K 74,119,120 CONSTANTINE, JAMES P nd C0oK, ANNA 74,107,108,115,123,159 COONS, LINDA A 74,110,115,123,159 Co0PER, KITRINA LYNN 74 CosSELL, JACK L 75 Cox, BEVERLY L NP Cox, LOUISE 75,104,1o5,131 CRAFT, LYNETTE M 75 CRAWFORD, FRANCES C 75,109,113, 16 CROW LEY, SHERI L 75 CRUZ, DOROTHY A 58,159 CUzz0CREA, ANNA M 75,159 DAGOSTINO, MARK A 75 DAHL, SCOTT M 75,146,147 DAKE, MIKE E 75,108 DALY, LINDA J 75 DAMIANO, PATTY A 75 DANKO, JOHN P 75,138 DAVIS, BoE 75 DAVIS, JEAN 0 75 DEBoER, CINDY 75 Df1DoNATIS, MICHELLE M 75,113, 5 DE LBR0oK, CINDY S 75,104 DENT, sCoTT w 22,70,75,109,122, 159 DETTLING, NANCY A 75 DOEPKE, STEVE G 75,126,138 DRAY, KATHLEEN D 75 DREW, THoMAs H 75 EACOCK, CHERYL M 75,104,115,119 EASTIN, TERRY 75 EHRHART, SABRA L 16,75,104,109, 110 ELLISDN, KAREN A 75,108,131 ELVENDAHL, TIM w 75 ERICK, RENEE A 75 ERICKSON, C0RY S 75,128,142 ERwIN, KAREN R 75,105 FALK, J0DY K 12,70,75,114 FARRELL, BRUCE w 75,142 FASANO, SAM N 75 FISHER, GLENN D 75,159 FITZGERA LD, KAREY M 75,106,119 FLANAGAN, SEAN A 76 FLEMING, ELLEN L 76 FL0oD, MICHAELYN A 76 FLOREZ, MARGARET J 76,104,119 FOGGY, DIANA M 76 FOSTER, DAR LENE K 76,104,131 F0STER, DUDLEY G 76 FDSTER, JANIE E 12,76,112,159 FRANCIS, DAVID A 76,126,148 FRANKE, CAROL J 76,108,116,118, 119,145 FRANKE, SUSAN E 76,108,116,118,143 EREED, CAR L 76 GAEDE, TINA L 76 GANNON, KRISTIE L 76 GARLAND, MITCHELL D 76 GER MAIN, HANK F 76 GESSNER, KATHERINE E 76,104,159 GILBERT, ROBERT J 76,110 G0NzALEs, DOLORES L 76 GONZA LES, DONNA L 76 GCSSARD, JEFF P 76,83,128 GRAF, MIKE A NP GREEN, JoE G 76 GREER, ELIZABETH R 76 GRIESER, HOLLY J 76,131 GRISHAM, JOREEN 76 GRUBCR, JOEY 76 GRUNDEN, KATHY J 76,104,105,110 GRUNWALD, ROGER w 76 GUNN, SCOTT A 76 HA LIK, JOE 76 HALITZKA, NA0MI K 76 HAMMOND, MARY LOU 76,104,112 HANSEN, VICKI L 76,104,106,116,118, 131 HARRIS, ELIZABETH J 63,76,104,106, 118,119 HARTNETT, DARA L 76,159 HASSE, EUGENE w 76 HAYDEN, MIKE K 76 HELKEY, THELMA A 76 HERMANSEN, CCNSTANCE JoY 76 HERRIN, MARK E 76,146 HERRINGTON JANICE N 77 HERMANN, SCSOTT A 77,128,138 HICKS, BRADLEY w 77 HICKS, TERENCE L 77 HIGHLAND, NIKI A 77 HIGHT, ROBIN A 77,104 HILL, KATHY L 77,114 HILLIKER, LEAYNE L 77 HINES, R00 J 77 HINTCN, JULIE L 77,109 HOHN, TAMARA J 77,117 HOLCOMB, JCDY L 77 HOLLEY, LORI C 77 HOPKINS, VICKIY A 77,113 HOSFORD, KATHERINE D 77 HOUBEN, PENNY D 77,104,106,114 HOWE, zANE A 77 HOWLEY, RICHARD M 77 HUNT, RoSALIND T 77,114,159 HUSTON, KYLE 77,131 HYDE, PAM A 77 HYNES, JULIE A 77,115 IVAN, GARY P 78 JENSEN, RANDY A 78,126 JONES, ANTHONY w 78,113 JDNES, BRADLEY C 78 JONES, GLEN ARTHUR 78 JCNES, GLEN A 78,128 JONES, SHERRY L 78 JONES, SUSAN E 24,78,104,107 J0SEPH, PAUL C 78,128 JOYCE, JAMES M 78 KAASA, KAREN A 78,116,118,119,145 KAPUSCINSKI, KATHLEEN H 16,78, 109,111 KAPUSCINSKI, KIM I 16,78,109,111 KEENAN, CHAR LES E 78 KELLER, DAVID w 78,132 KCENIG, SUSANNA 78,131 Kossow, CHARLES J 78,128,146 K0STY, CYNTHIA M 78,104 KURTZ, JAMIE M 78 LA BRANCHE, JACQUES R 78 LANFoRD, BECKY A 78 LANGE, SUSAN M 78,106,116 LANGE, WILLIAM IR 78,110 LARD, MICHAEL G 78,128 LARSEN, DIANA M 78 LASS, TIMOTHY J 78,128 LASSLEY, JAMES A 78 LATIMER, LAURA A 78 LAY, KATHY S 78,114,119 LEES, KENNEY S 78 LEWIS, THOMAS w 78 LOFTIS, SUSAN M 78 LONG, RAH LAN F 78 LCNGFIELD, LAURA L 78,111,117 LOPEZ, STEVE H 78 LOWELL, BRUCE T 78,148 MC CASLAND, CHERRY 79,115 MCC LEARY, DAWN A 79 Mccov, DEBRA S 112 MCCRAY, STEPHEN w 79 MCCRAY, STEWART,W 79,128 MCCULLEY, LE0NA S 79 MCCULLEY, ROBERT J 79 MCDAVITT, ROXANNE G 79,118,119, 143 MCDONALD, JOSEPH P 79 MCELWAIN, KIM E 79,119,131,143 McEVoY, JOHN R 79,138 MCGERRY, DON F 79 MCGILVRAY, LAURA E 79 MCGovERN, BETTY L 79,104 MA LONE, RoBERT M 79 MANDILE, PAMELA M 79,104,109,112 MARCHANT, BRAD LY S 79 MAREK, STEVE E 79 MARSH, STARLEAN D 79,104 MARTIN, THOMAS L 79 MARTINEZ, ANNA J 79 MASSA ANNE 79 MEDICI, CHARLES J 79 MEEKS, VICKI L 79,110 MERRILL, MARY L 79 MIDKIFF, CATHY L 79,106 MILLER, LARRY D 79 MILLER, RUSTY 79 MILLER, TAMMY K 80 MITCHELL, PATRICIA J B0 MCNAGHAN, DAVID S 80 MONINGER, JAY C 8o,83,138 MONTGOMERY, TAM MY L 80,106 M0oRE, DEBBIE J 80,104 Mo0RE, EVA D 80 MORGAN, LAURA J 80,110,115 MCUSSEAU, VICKY L 80 MUELLER, KAR L J 80,110,129,138 MUNGLE, C LIFToN L 80,112 MUNSELL, MIKE S 80 MUNSTER, CYNTHIA L 80 MUNSTER, STEPHEN J JR 80 MURRY, GARY A 80 MUSTACCI, PAM A 80 MYERS, DAVID J 80,122 NIEMEIER, LISA A 80,104,131 NIKES, M TONY 80,128,138 NOWELS, NANCY A 80 NUNN, BRENDA 117 0 BRYAN, CHUCK R 80,108 CCKENFELS, CAROL M 80 o C0NNELL, ERIN J 81 0 KEEFE, PEGGY A o LAS, MICHAE L z 81,108 CLMSTEAD, LINDA S 81,115,131 ORDWAY, LESTER S 81 OREMUS, SUSAN A 81 ORTEGA, MICHAEL A 81,126,138 0vIED0, DA LE 81 PALERMC, FRANK B 81 PARCELL, MITCHAEL J 81,144 PARKER, DEE G 81,119 PAST0R, MICHELE A 81,109,117 PASTCR, MIKE A 81 PELTON, CAR L J 81 PENNINGTDN, ALICE K 81 PETERS, DENNIS E 81 PETERS, RUSSELL w 81,128,148 PETERS, SALLY J 81,105 PETERSON, MICHAEL D 81 PETTIJOHN, THOMAS E 81,128 PETTY, ROBIN G 81 PICKERING, ToM M 81,83,128 PIERCE, DEBBIE L 81,104 PLUMMER, TIMOTHY J 81,110 POOL, LISA M 81,104,118,119 Poo LE, RICKY D 81 POWELL, JEFF S 81,128 POWELL, SUSAN E 81,104,112 PRATT, NANCY 81,108,114,110,119 PRICE, WILLIAM M 47,81 PUJoL, ANTHONY M 81 PURSELL, DEBRA S 81,118 PURVIS, GERALD A 81 PUSATERI, JR PETE L 81,108 RAFIDI, JUDY A 81 RAII..oNDE, DAVE E 81 RAY, JAMES K 81 REESE, RICKEY R 81,128,146 REINHART, MARY B 81,116,117 REXING, JDE J 81 RHoT0N, SHERRIE 82 RICHARDSON, PAT D 82 RIDRDAN, WA LTER C 22,82,109,122, 134,159 RIVERA, BECKY A 82,110 RIVERS, EDWARD A 82 ROBBINS, PATTY A 82,114 ROEPKE, PAIGE E 82,104,107,131 R0SENBA LM, EULA C 82 RCSSIER, MICHAR L 8 82 R0TISKY, ROBERT A 82 ROTO L0, vIcKI A 82 RCTSTEEN, MICHAEL R 82 RCUSE, BILL E 82,122,159 RUCKER, STEvE M 82 RYANT, KATHY M 82,131 SAUNDERS, JAMES A 82 SCHABEL, MICHAEL D 82 SCHAUF, SHERYL A 82 SCHEUER MANN, vALERIE K 82 SCHNEIDER, WILLIAM T 82,111 SCHULTZ, ALLEN D 82,128 Sc0TT, PAUL L 82 SEFF, GEORGE E 82,72,134,148 SELF, KIMBER LY 82 SELF, TRUETT L 82,128,138 sEvERSoN, CHRIS J 82 SExT0N, JU LAINE L 82 SEzATE,PETER s B2 SHAFER, TIM A 82 SHAW, DEEITE 82 SHELLEY, J0HN J 82,110 SHINTAKU, BRENDA C 82 SHORT, TAM MY 15,82 SH0UP, DENNIS D 82 SHDWALTER, ANNETTA D 82 SIEGERT, DONNA L 82 SIMPS0N, LAURA R 82 SLINGLUFF, CHRIS L 82 SMILJANIC , ZACHERY P 82 SMITH, CHRIS B 82 SMITH, CHRISTINE G 82,110 SMITH, LARRY W 83 SMITH, PATTIE C 83 S0 LOMON, LAURIE J 83 SoT0, JOHN R 83 S0URIS, JAMES J 83 STANFCRD, ARTHUR E 83 STAPLETON, LINDA A 83,104 STEELY, TONI G 83 STEINKE, RICHARD W 83,159 STENQUIST, RANDY J 18,83,1o9 STEvENS0N, CONNIE M 83,118,119 STEWART, BARBARA L 83 STEWART, RICHARD L 83 STIAK, JANE E 83,118,118,145 STIAK, JULIE A 18,83,118,118,120, 145 STINEMETz, LANA L 83 STONE, FAYE A 83,113 STRAIGHT, NANCY F 83 STRIPPELMAN, JOHN C STUMP, RHONDA M 83,159 STRAUSSEN, KATHY 83 SULLIVAN, BARBARA S 83 SULLIVAN, DAN R 83 SUTTER, DIANA C 70,83,110 SWENS0N, DOUG LAS D 84 TAYLOR, NICHOLAS D 84,142 THEISEN, JEFF L 83,84,110 THIERS, CINDY L 84 THUM, JOAN K 84 TIEMAN, SHARON D 84,110 TILLERY, RICK F 84 T0cK, CINDY L 84 TRESS, JAMES.A 84 TRUDEAU, DEBRA L 84 TRY0N, JAMES D 84 TUCEK, STEVEN J 84 TUCKER, DAVID L 84 TUNGATE, KIM A 84 TUNKS, Jo LENE L 84 TURNER, c0REY A 70,84 TVEIT, KATHY C 70,84,110,114 VANDERBERG, DAvID K 84 VAN H0UTEN, DARRELL W 84 VELDHUIS, DOUGLAS J 84 VEZALDENOS, KATHY M 84,131 vISc0NTI, THOMAS J 84 vITK0vIcH, MITCH N 84,128,138 voss, MARTIN A 84,85,138,137 VOYNICK, JOSEPH J 84 WAGNER, ANTHONY W 84 WALKER, BOB A 75,84 WA LKER, DANIEL L 84,134 WALKER, DEBBIE L 84 WALLS, RANDY L 84 WALSH, KEVIN J 13,18,84,109,112 WATS0N, JOHN D 83,84,108 WAx, CANDICE R 84 WEBSTER, RITA F 84 WEBSTER, R0NNIE E 84,132 WEISS, KARL R 84 WELLER, JCSEPH P 84,109 WENDORFF, JEFF T 84 WESSE L, A LAN S 84,111,128 WHEELER, JODI D 84 WHITE, TENA M 85 WILLARD, MIRIAM M 85,114 WILLIAMS, DEBORAH S 85,112 WILLIAMS, MICHAEL A 85 WILLIAMS, RUSTY S 85,128 WILLYARD, LINDA S 85,112 WILSON, DIANE M 85 WILSON, NANCY M 85 WILSON, RICK K 85,110,142 WINKLER, RICHARD W 85,128 WISSERT, THOMAS J 85 W00D, MELVIN R 85 WORTHEN, LINDA D 85 WOUTERS, ELIZABETH C 85 YANEY, MARY G 85 YESTEWA, CHERYL M YOUNG, 808 D 85 YCUNKIN, JOHN L 85,138 ZANZOT, JOHN A 85 zEEB, CHIP R 85,110,134 ZIMMER, JACK P 80,85,114 ZITO, MICHELLE M 85 ZUCKSWERTH, VIRGINIA A 85 JUNIOR INDEX ABBE, R0YCE L 56 ABBOTT, HOMER 56,110 ALBA, ELIZABETH A 56 ALLSOP, MICHAEL A 56,126,150 ANTHCNY, JEFFREY C 56 ARMSTRONG, KEVIN L 56 ASHER, LINDA S 69 AU LT, PATRICIA A 56,108,145 AX LEY, TIM 69 BAKER, DAVE J 56 BALL, BLAINE E 56 BA LLING, LEILANI M 56 BARGER, TOMMY 56,110 BASKIN, LEE C 56 BASMAJIAN, DOUG LAS J 56,110 BELL, CONNIE L 58,109,118 BER RY, ROD RICK W 56,67 BARBER, LEvI58 BIGSBY, DAVID J 58,128,127,150 BLADON, JEFFREY D 56,108,117,l32 BLOOD, WA LTER D 56,146 B0CH, DON K 56 BoCH, MICHAEL P 56 BON0, SA LVATORE 56 B0RCK, BRIAN E 56 B0ULE, JAMES R 56,110,111 BOWER MAN, LISA L 104,109 BOYLE, KATHY 56,65,118,131 BRADSHAW, LEWIS E 56,136,137 BRANTINGHAM, KENNETH RAY 56, 65,67 BRETHWAITE, MARYANNE C 56 BREWER, GARY F 56,108,110 BRIGUG LIO, LUCILLE A 56,117 BROOKS, LUCI0 56,148 BROWN, RUSSELL C 58,138,137 BROWNING, LANE E 56 BR ov LES, ME LANIE G 56,117 BRYANS, LINDA J 56 BUCHANAN, CHAR LES A 56 BUFFINGTON, SUSAN L 56 BUNCH, DENNIS J 56 BURFORD, MARTI J 56 BUR LEY, DWIGHT R 56 BURNS, RUTH A 58,104,112,117,131 BURRESS, ALBERT W 56 BURSON, SHARI L 57 BUTLER, KURT M 57,109,144 BUT LER, LOUISE M 57,122 BUZAN, JERI L 57 CAPPS, STANLEY G 57,122 CAPULLI, MIKE D 57,128,127,150 CARTER, GEORGETTE M 57 CASHEN, ROGER J 57 CENTNER, PATRICIA ANN 57 CHRISTY, SUSAN J 57,110,114,122 CLARK, PAM E 57 CLEARY, WA LTER W 57 CLOW, MICHAEL D 57 COLLINS, KAREN L 57,74,114,118 C0NTINo, NIKKI L 57 C00K, JEFF A 57 COONS, SUE E 57 CDDPER, R0NDA L 57,123,159 COPELAND, DEBORAH E 16,57,104, 108,109 CORDOVA, GILBERT 57,126 C0RYELL, KAY L 57,104 COTTRELL, VA LERIE A 57,114 COVINGTON, CINDY LEE 57 Cox, BARTON L 24,57,126,127,150 CRAWFORD, LESLEY K 58,122 CEMMINGS, CINDY L 58,109,116,123, 9 CURTIS, MILES D 58,109 CUzz0CREA, MARY E 58,123,159 DAHL, vICKI LEE 9,24,58,104,105,106 DAILEY, JERRIE K 58,114 DAILEY, TERRY R 58,122 DALY, BRENDA N 38,58 DEAN, PAMELA K 58,112 DEER, GAIL J 58,114 DELPRINCIPE, DEBORAH A 58,118 DENNIS, DON 0 58 DENT, MARK D 58 DENT0N, ANDREW J 58 DHERINGTON, CYNTHIA A 54,58,131 DIRKS, KENNETH F 58,89,144 DOLAN, KAY L 58 DOLLMAN, RUSTY R 58,126 DOLLMAN, VA LERIE J 10,58,104,107, 108 DOO LITT LE, SHERYL A 58 DORSETT, ROSE M 58 DOVE, DAN P 58,114,159 DRAKE, DEBRA J0 58 DROWN, LORALYN F 58 DYER, LARRY D 58 EDSON, BRAD L 58,136 EGG LESON, ANDREW W 58,126,136 EHR MAN, HENRY E 23,58 EIDS0N, MARIAN E 58 EVANS, DELORES D 58 FAIRCHILD, JOHN C 58 FAR LEY, ANDREW M 58 FERGUSON, STEVE E 58 FERNAU, CINDY R 58 FERRY, ANTHONY E 58 FESSLER, G W 58 FETTERMAN, DONNA J 58 FILKINS, EDWARD M 58,159 FISHER, WILLIAM H 58 FLANAGAN, BRIAN J 58 FLETCHER, TERREL M 58,108,126 FRECHETTE, VIRGINIA K 58,112 FREDENBERG, MARGARET M 58,108, 131,143,145 FULLER, R0BIE L 58,112 FULTON, ROBERT B 58 FUR MAN, JAMES C 58 FURTMANN, TERRI L 58,105 GARCIA, JOE M 59 GARCIA, SoNIA 59 GAR LAND, LYNNE A 59,104,105 GAYAGAN, PHYLLIS G 59 GENT, DIANIA L 59 GEORGE, MARK W 59,128,150 GERKIN, JAMES R 110,111 GESSNER, BRIAN E 19,59,65,117,144 GETz, CAROLYN A 59 GIBBS, KAREN J 10,59,104,107,108, 114 GIBEAU, MARY E 59 GILL, WILLIAM F 59,128 GILMD RE, JERRY L 12,59,126,146 GIRDNER, PATRICIA E 59,117 GRABER, CINDY D 59 GRABDWSKI, LEO J 59,122 GRAFINGER, DEBBIE A 59 GRAFINGER, KATHY L 59 GRAFT MAE L 23,59 GRAMER, C LARE L 60,104,115 GRAND, DAVID N 60,112,126,136 GRAY, JANET L 60,114,117,131 GREGG, JAMES K 60,114,122 GRIFFIN, DEBI L 60 GRIFFITHS, CHAR LES E 60,126,146 GRIFFITHS, LEE A 60 GRISHAM, DAWN C 60,108 GRUNWALD, ROB L 60 GUNTY, KEVIN P 60 GUTHRIE, JANET S 60 HALL, DAN K 60 HANDS, SUSAN C 60 HANNASCH, BONNIE M 60 HARGIS, PEGGY E 60,113 HARRINGTON, LYNNE R 60,104 HARRIS, JAMES M 60 HARRISON, DORENE M 60,115 HART, DELAINE A 60,117,131 HATFIELD, RONALD W 60 HAUGER, SUzAN R 54,60,115,117,131 HAVEY, BRIAN L 60,126 HAWKS, WILLIAM E 60 HAY, KAREN L 60,104,112,114,117,115 HAYES, KENNITH P 60 HAYNIE, CHAR LES L 60 HEATH, PAU LA E 60 HENRY, Rosco I 60 HERRINGTON, SCOTT D 60 HILL, JEANNIE M 54,60,110,115,117,131 HILSABECK, GLORIA D 60 HINES, VIRGINIA I 69,112 HIxoN, SHERRI L 60 HOFFER BER, JOHN E 69,126 HOGG, SONJA R 60 HOHN, MIKE J 60,126 HoLCoMB, JON A 60 HO LT, PEGGY L 60 HDTCHKISS, BRIAN K 60 HOWARD, CARRIE F 60 HOWARD, GREGG A 13,60 How LEY, LOUIS C 69,116 HUDSON, JEFF M 60 HULL, JEFF 60 HUMBLE, LAUREN A 60 HUNSICK, ROBERT J 12,60,103 HUSK0N, BESSIE 60 HYDE, MARK T 60 HYNES, JEFF G 54,60,63,126,148 IVANISK0, RIC HARD J 60,65,134 JACKSON, MELVIN J 61 JACCBS, DEBORAH H 61 JACOBS, MIKE L 61 JESSEE, CURTIS W 61 JOHNSON, BILL L 61 A JOHNSON, DONALD S 61,108,110 JOHNSON, ELIZABETH M 61,131 JoHNSoN, JIMMY D 61,122 J0HNSoN, M0NICA L61 JOHNSON, N0RA B 61 JOHNSON, THERESA M 61 JOHNSON, v MARK 61 J0HNS0N, WALTER D 61 J0NES, DIANA K 61 J0NES, MICHAEL L 9,24,61,68,126, 136,137,150 JONES, RANDY L 61 JONES, RANDY L 61 JORDAN, MITCHELL L 61 JUDSON, TRACY E 62 KANE, DIANE M 62 KEATS, HOLLY J 62 KEHER, N0R MA K 62 KEIN, TINA M 62 KELLEY, KEELEYM 62 KILDUFF, C0NNIE J 62,104 KIRKPATRICK, JAMES B 62,126 K LATT, TIM L 62 KLEIN, LEONARD R 69,109 KN0CHEL, JODY L 62,1o4,106,119,121 K0 LT, B0B S 62,108 KoLT, DON W 57,62 K0NIETzKA, MARK L 62 K0STY, CINDY 69,112,1II5,116,117 KozAK, RICHARD C 62,109 KUNTZ, DAVID M 62 KWATK0SKY, KATHERINE R 62 LADD, CYNTHIA A 62 LAMAR, JIM R 62,126,138 LANGE, LAURA A 62 LEDIN, LANCE C 62 LEE, CAROL A 62 LEE, WALKER S 62,69,110 LEES, BONNIE S 62 LEH MAN, STEVE E 62 LEIMBCCH, ROBIN A 62 LENCH, DONALD J 62 LEPARULO TONY v 62 LESTER, JMIIES T 62 LEVANTINC, ROBERT L 11,62 LEVINE, DEBBIE B 62,122 LIAKOS, VICKIE R 62,104,106,112 LINER, MICHAEL F 62 L13-IgGFIELD, ELIZABETH A 62,1o3,11o, LUBICH, JUDY A 113 LUCAS, CATHY D 62 MCALLISTER, RONALD R 62 MCBRIDE, JOHN R 54,62,128 MCCONNELL, DEBBIE L 62,122 MCDONALD, JAMES F 62,117 MCDONALD, SHERRIE M 62,68,103 MC GL0NE, JEFF B 62,110 MCMILLAN, NEIL L 62 MCNAMARA, THERESA Y 62,122 McC0MBER, DONNA J 63 MAJESKI, ALAN D 63,122 MANNING, PAUL D 63,128 MANSBERGER, BONNIE T 63 MAST, REBECCA A 63,104,107,108,109 MATHES, STEVE A 63,126 MAWK, EVE LYN C 63 MELLINGER, JANET L 63 MILHAM, KIRBY D 63 MILLER, J0HN M 63 MILLER, J0NI M 63,104,107,1o8 MILLER, KAREN D 63,115 MILLER, VAL A 63 MIzE, DORENE D 63 MDCERI, LIZ J 63 M0CK, C LINTDN C 63 MONAGHAN, PETER L 63 MoRA LES, DANIEL 63 MORRIS, JOEY E 113 MORTON, JOEL D 16,63,109,150,159 MUIR, LINDA J 63 MULLINAX, KATRINA L 63 MURPHY, JERRY D 63,126,127 MURPHY, L0IS L 63 MUSTACCI, MICHAEL J 64 MYERS, JOHN S 64,128 NAU LT, DANNY 69 NELS0N, JACQUELINE S 64,104,114, 117,131 NELSON, RON 64,109,159 NICH0LS. MAR LENE K 64 NIC HO LS0N, JACKI N 64 NIEMEYER, MARILYN A 64,107,108,115 NIL LES, ROBERT s 64,103 NUCKoLLS, BETH E 64,104,105 o HANL0N, KEVIN E 64 0 LSEN, BARBARA L 64 o LSON, JULIE A 54,64,110,115 0RTEGA, DANIEL 64,126,136 0STER, AUDREY J 16,64,109 PANASIT1, TIM S 64,136,150 PARKINSON, THOMAS J 64,133,134 PATTEN, JEFFREY L 7,12,13,64,103,136 PEDDLE, ROBERT C 64 PERKINS, MARK A 69 PERRY, DOROTHY A 64 PETERS, STEVEN C 64 PETERSON, CONNIE J 64,118 PETERSDN, JEFFRY A 64 PETERSON, SCOTT J 64 PICKERING, FRED W 64,128 PINGITDRE, GEORGE T 64,126 PLESINGER, RADOSLAV 64,67,122 P0HLMAN, CONNIE L 64,104 PO LEK, KATHLEEN v 64 PORTER, DONNA C 64,116 PORTER, TIM B 64 POWELL, LARRY D 64 PRATT, MIKE P 64,117,134 PRICE, JAMES w 64 PRICE, KENDRA L 64,104,108,109,122 PROCTOR, DAVID A 64 PUSATERI, KATHLEEN M 64,107,108 PUYPE, MARGARET A 64,107 REED, RICHARD C 64 REGISTER, DAVID P 64 RES LER, JEFFERY W 54,64,126 RICHM0ND, LONNY D 64 RITER, STEVE W 64,108 R0BBINS, DAVID B 65,132 RoBBINS, NANCY J 15,65 ROBERTS, CHARLES A 126 ROBERTS, EDWIN M 65 ROBERTS, KIM E 65 R0BINET, PHILLIP N 65 RoBINS0N, ALAN D 65 RoBY, MICHELLE A 65 R0CHF0R D, JEFFREY T 65,67,108, 114,117 R0DGERS, RON 69 RODRIQUEZ, LARRY 65,126 R0HRS, MICHAEL K 65 RONEY, HENRY R 65,109 ROVELLI, BRIAN D 65,108,150 RUST, JEAN A 65 RYAN, KEN J 65 SALCID0, CHRISTOPHER 23,65 SALCIDO, MARIE K 65,122 SANA, J0E A 65 SANCHEZ, GARRY A 65 SANDERS, TIM A 65,128,150 SANDS, ROBERT G 65 SAYL0R, MARVIN E 65 SCHISLER, CINDY K 65 SCHRDYER, CHAR LES E 65,150 SCHRCYER, PETER J 65,150 SCOTT, LES LIE D 9,24,66,1o3,104 SCOTT, WENDY J 66,116 SEITz, BILLIE L 66 SEPPA LA, LARRY T 66,110 SHAFF, PATRICIA L 66,110 SHAFFER, STEVE B 66 SHARP, KATHLEEN Y 61,66 SHARP, STEVEN V 66 SHEPARD, ROBERT A 66,108 SHUGG, ALLEN D 66 SHULTZ, LINDA E 16,66,109,112 SHUPE, CYNTHIA M 66 SINGLETON, MARION W 66 SLATER, ERNIE E 66 SLATER, STEVE R 150 SMITH, MIKE J 66 SMITH, REID P 66 SMYSER, DALE 69,126 S0ARDS, MARY A 66 S0MMER, JESSE V 66 soTo, BARBARA K 16,66,109 SPANN, CRAIG F 66,108 SPENCER, CHAR LES H 66,110,111,128 SP00N, KEN 66 STARNES, LoNNIE N 66,123,128,159 STEINKE, MICHAEL D 66,126 STEWART, GEORGE M 66 SToNE, RONALD V 66,113,146 STRAND, MARGARET F 66 STULL, JEFFREY 0 66,109,132 STRIPPLEMAN, JOHN C 66 SULLIVAN, GAIL ANN 25,66,105 SWAGEL, HAL M 10,66,126 SYRON, SUNNIE J 66 TARVER, MATTHAN A 66 TAYLOR, CECILIA 114 TETENS, NAoMA J 66 THOENNES, JOHN D 66 THORNHILL, DANA J 66 TIPSWoRD, HoMER W 66 ToRREJ0S, GARY F 66 TOTHEROW, KIMBERLY A 66 TOWNSEND, TAMRA 66 TREAT, CANDY J 15,66,107,108,121 TUCEK, BRIAN 69,110 TURKIEWICZ, STEPHEN M 66 VALLEE, KENNETH M 66,126 VANDERBERG, CINDY 66 VANDERGRIFF, STEVEN C 66 VAN KLEECK, BRECK E 66 VARNER, KELLI D 66,109 VASQUEz, DEAN T 66,109 VASQUEz, ESTELLA M 67 VELDHUIS, DEBRA LYNN 16,67,109, 118,119,121,131 VENTRELLA, BARBARA J 67 VEZALDENOS, JAMES J 67 VITKOVICH, JANINE M 67,104,115, WAGGQNER, LYNDA S 67,123,159 WAGNER, KENT T 67 WA LDEN, CHERYL L 67,114,122 WA LD0, CHAR LES JAY 67 WALLACE, DOUG W 67 WA LP, LUCRETIA A 67 WAMSLEY, ROBERT G 67,116 WARREN, CHAR LES A 67 WARREN, LOIS K 67 WARREN, T0M J 67 WEBSTER, RHONDA K 12,67,68,103,109 WEBSTER, TIM D 67 WELKER, JAMES R 67 WELKER, MARY J 68 WELLS, RUSTY B 68 WESCOTT, MITZ1 R 54,68 WHITE, JR RAY H 68 wIETERs, MONTE L 68 WILKIE, ROBERT B 68 WILLARD, BARBARA E 68 WILLIS, BILL L 68,132,133 WILMOTH, STEVEN c 68 WILSON, SHERYL A 68,112 WINFIELD, JOHN B 68 WINKLER, CHRISTINE s 10,68,104 wIssERT, GEORGE M 68 WOLFE, VA LERIE .I 68 wooo, DONALD J 68 WRIGHT, GERALD D 68 WRIGHT, LUANNE K 1s,68,1o4,1o6, 108,119 WRIGHT, SANDRA c 68,104 WRIGHT, WAYNE w 68 WYATT, KATHRVN E 68 WYMAN, KEVIN A 68 YANEY, CHAR LES F 68,103,108,117,132 YODER, PHILIP E 68 YOUNG BERG, DENNIS 1. 67,68,111, 126,136 ZARDER, WARREN E 68,126 zARuBA, JANET E 12,68,105,106 ZOELK, i.oRI I. 68,104,168 FACULTY AND STAFF INDEX Arnote, Jay 50,51,136 Ausley, Sue 30 Bacon, Alvin 32 Barber, Ron 29 Bailey, Morris 38 Bennallack, Sylvia 31 Bauman, Dale 48,49,128,150 Beale, Kathy 40,141 Blabac, Marge 31 Brackeny, Katherine 37 Brauh, Harry 13,38,39,103 Bremer, Jean 36,122,123,159 Brown, Ed 48,49,140 Brown, Fred 42 Bruce, Shirlene 8,44,45 Bullard, Claudia 52,104 Butout, Sheri 50,51 Clupper, Mike 53,126,139 Cosper, Ed 7,29,31 Corely, Sheila 41,99 Cuevas, Adam 38,54,130 Davidson, Marilyn 39 Danielek, Chryss 6,26,34 Dickson, Ron 39,117 Doerrer, Dave 48,114 Dora, Ernie 52,126 Edelman, Sanford 29 Far, Paula 33 Fernandez, Jim 52,126,149 Fritshe, Darlene 48,49,54,115 Fung, John 29 Gatlin, Leo 32 Geames, John 34,35,130 Gessner, Mike 36,109,16 Gonzales, Al 37 Graham, Earl 32 Gross, Richard 40 Grunden, Marian 33 Habluetzel, George 32 Harkleroad, Lee 46,117 Harris, Vi 31 Heaps, Robert 39 Harvey, Marilyn 69,42,43,54, Henderson, Larry 30 Hoffman, Maria 30,62 Heyn, Anita 37 Howard, Jan 8,44,45 Jarrett, Margaret 33 Jarvis, Ed 32 Jenson, Gerald 14,41 Jepsen, Ron 52,129,146 Jacobsen, Nancy 31 Johnson, Gary 42,70,141 Jones, Bill 6,7,28 Jones, Queen 33 1 Kissel, Norb 47,128 Korte, Janet 34,86 Krombein, Edie 31 Legge, Sharon 30 Lepon, Dianna 43,86 Lindberg, Arthur 28 Lindstorn, Pat 32 Lesnick, Irene 36 Lutes, Kirstie 53 Luther, Everett 28 McGregor, Bob 30 Macklin, Henry 32 Maison, Gene 9,15,18,20,42,108 Marovich, Don 12,34,35,86 Miller, Arneida 50,51 Miller, Hazel 33 Pappas, Mary 52 Pelfrae, Vivian 33 Perez, Ruben 126 Pocock, Earl 32 Prochnau, Larry 43,138 Pokka, Lauri 32 Pommerenk, Hohn 32 Porianda, Dora 31 Rettler, Gene 47 Raterman, Pat 31 Riney, Carl 12,13,38 Rivero, Manuel 37,116,129 Rovey, Arnold, 6,28 Rowe, Jan 35 Sanderman, Irene 31 Sprink, Rex 28 Storey, Jack 43,129 States, John 32 Stapley, Richard 28 Tolifson, Gerald 32 Trensty, Charlie 32 Walton, Ann 48,49 Wingham, Noreen 35 Wolfe, AI 30 Wollschlager, Diane 34,35 Wucinich, Eli 34,35 Wyatt, Robert 46 Yamamoto, David 48,159 Ziles, Annette 33 CNGRATULATION BEST WISHES TPIE' rizona EAAJVIC ,gm Avenue 8, Thu,,de,bi,d "WE'RE NOT THE BIGGEST BANK IN TOWN" Member of F B I c QVC H fx 7?.ZLL6A my QM fgggoi 6624 ,QEQLZQV f4fjff461fl vm S. aff Zi Y R .4?z'L!1ffJi',Q QL 542 XML-do if 1003145 SVMW Us Q 6-ons 415 ,fl ff, 'wmfiv we X Lf ,L 6 , ' f L6 1 X66 X' BARR I 'OE CI !LLC D ' 7,11 H ffiifrfef 'lf drfivf Us' ff? C X i 'VX LXLLN LX ig-1 LKB-Likfj 'xi-S' Three convenient branches to serve l H you betterp 19TH ave. and Peoria, ialskk fif'fQc,uee,l K' 1.- 19TH ave. and Thunderbird, and ' fl Mdfvjd Westown. - , H ? "0'iLf"3'Ifc l"WeU,L1 gust!! 11 Na STEAK 'HOUSE 1940 W. BELL ROAD PHOENIX ARIZONA PHONE 942-8120 The finest cowboy steaks in the West The Salt Rlver PYOIQCC A project Oflehted to COl1Sef'VatlOl'l pI'OVldil1Q 3 good The Salt RIVBI' PTOIBCY l The Salt RIVSI' PfOI9Ct and DI'OteCflI1Q the natural el'lVlYOl1l'l1El1t Q If We'l'e C0l'lC6l'l16d Wlth llfe 3l'OUl1d US - ' ,v' I pioneer in deliv- ering life givin: vrllerlplhis arid lend. G provides e sure 9 4 H supply o water living environment Q2j.""' is spending millionelor envirenmenlel ' - prol t' . e b ' J ' QW fnomw, ? YlnmwC1JYNd,k20JUL.HmUL0-LWflH0+i'VVkLI www fYwvo7LQ0fClA-t lwqlifx. gow moknvvgmum- 'mt- 5.fLQ'lw'lALfYZtm.TJmxEJkfpLf5'MO,1oQwm0L0 Www www wvpwc, cbM,VF1wa1tQQJmovi0L Kvwvj, WMD Clglffkllf 06 imp Uvwrw "TLD fm -nn' ww, Olwwfo -3 b6fVK-QfY1OLDv601ffDlAJ, ,N W WP , , Q 5 Q53 WJ B .250 KW w viii? W Wim :M wif A wi? x , fx . Oxgogi' wif fgiggjg Qi i6 9 59 H Qii Q0 aw W f My 4599 Wi? vb fp yu if Jggfvggglgbv XQ9Af,?Q? W Kifgggyb 5559J X55-QD? Q 19 Cfdsg Qggfd X31 MM CyGyp'Q93PN6jgxggQ xx? QMJSJM 999990 mv ' bi QJ53S'?J y may ig if ij 69, 0,9 yy? Q1 by Q 09 N5 Q' Jug 'E if AZQFSJ ig EJEKRJUQQ diff X250 Umdcjf 5 Sf if Q fs ,sv ' 0570321-+ O3 N09 U45 f K3 W? Q1fg5fV39? Kp QX .9 Q3 bl I S by jjj Sy Qslfwffy lqfbx EJ Q fAQ 5523? X ws S? Ny L53 Q F25 9 Q 7,7Q'Qf11-Q,5 47155 Lwwv CL MQM 72 J YO Smal QM Gmc! MMV ' M YY Q11 A f qf ww 0,70 wfwuglf fwflfwnww wi g f' MQ Q f . QD My L six -EVO N ltgyx V50 if Eg jwU,QgM L 'D X - A MPOQ AQ YQ! NL Cyp ' fi X :X X rv - f l'4' f Q- X Ji 6' X. L UTQLA3' liz, JyXf Qpcfkv jj? fy' X X I 'E X A X IA . up of Jil pfjb 97? y ix H iff J Vik XXL JN I Si sf 'yu GJ X AAKR E V X J h N , K sffffiVf,?352f5Y N X Q55 .- Zi- 'X . Q7 pgwcyl 1 DIDIJT SEC, yo, Ufpy fY7ucr1 THIS Vmgh lvlopz 2. jj S91 You 7,415 SLIIWMP 6000 Uflf f7CL'.JrC77S X ,fn 1 U00 wxcwwg, D, mum on qcwcf CLOMQ MTF? 5-if ?!"gfV7GLL1J 0 , fm, 4 Lfcbl gmt' ' 5 Xoxgxilm J F2121 63 05 g5QX .,,XD34UE0S62 Q56jgy64icN 550k ,LS . EPX 5,025 Q60 XOQ L XO of W M 30 660555, SW? M J 7 , ' 64 my 59 ex W 34 Q Q Q31 1 Q65 .". ........ .. .... .V.. .....-gp,-I 5.1, -.- ..,.. --1 "' ...N- an .W-.,. , ...... ... . .. :-4 ::. ., :WM ,. .,. 4 ...Q ...-W.. - THQ' 1.1.1'.T73m 1. r- -ua' ra ".:.f"4 ,4- ""Q ,JI 353, mm! mg33:33:m:::::3E.rm::: 1-m:f:Q....... .'.I.'?:1ZZ:Zt1,fz:,:L:::::. ::zzz"it1!::1':::':':-:z.:.,f:':'- ' - ' '- - 1 -TV?" H ' LT' V ' " ' " umm... ..-........ If21::::sfw::1sQz1fff-1121 f2l2fE'i:f3f'l'EE"5-5-55'-35 1' ' I'fff-L''7--13'fl-335115231-lffqfi 1i1f.2s11ewa a.::5fs1efz5s21sssf2fz:w.2.1:: 292225-ff:If:Zei?iise1e:sfI35Ef?fRfiffffiff-WEEE: A -Q- -r-.1.- . -JIT Yxlllw! In 1' ' I . F' . r - ' I lar W, .M mf' Fi N- CL? u3+2:1,-"":' ' " FQ' 11' cw' , if 1.7 -'g ew-fm 1 Q . lx. -, - fx f, 'd . ,- A ,if C. X ' , 1 4 , - I 4, I .J . V., -x . ,Y f I .. H" ,f . x , X ' s 5 wx fx x-, K 1 I . ,. , . . . R AA ' 1 H , x ,H K1 1 " y Aififxkki X X 'x N SVR 5'F X 'mV HR f E 2 ix ww 7424 Ct BQEVXJ 2644 JTQJOLM HQ Sf, I rw 15 7' on, yda oloyy '9fv 'psf X XA Q Q 5- X., ' G 1--L1 X , i H 1 1 3 1. , . . I' ' 5 1. I K iff I 4. l . gn : Q SX- ' 4 . 1 V 'E' .1 o Lu 7 . Av, V ' ff . 90 L Q , Y X ,'x 4, X Xxx xx- R A I N -' 1 y,wQ Hf ' Q-YN C' . ,Qxxi ' ' ' xx A, I - KQ Qi 'X Q ' ia. rx, f .. Q Cx ' , I '. ' 'x",, Tx x -L ' ' Qwg Q- X ' , 1 Q, A fi . V A g .5 mx x - X CN K X., M .L Q ' . X X' T' ' - xi. yvyfMm 'f 1 ff? FX Q 'Q LX X . P f ' X' Q KF' E ii 4? if A - :np Q .. . ' V " X. X I ' iifi w f-1 . ' ' '- S- 1 V 1 -fm' ii::":' fx - X '-'J ' gg,- '3 J VM-vw-H-'U-M- vu- t X I I ' fig vw L xx NSN Q sw Q 3 Wi


Suggestions in the Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) collection:

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

1975

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

1976

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1982 Edition, Page 1

1982

Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1

1983

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.