Thunderbird High School - Warrior Yearbook (Phoenix, AZ)
- Class of 1985
Page 1 of 226
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Glendale Union High School District
Dr. Craig Trueblood. Bill Stout, Jackie Carter, Anne Schulz, Richard Stapley.
Board President Board Clerk Board Member Board Member Board Member
The superintendent and
his staff, hired by the
governing board, are
responsible for operating
the schools according to
governing board policy.
Gerald E. George.
The five members of the governing board are elected by the
community and legally charged with the responsibility of set-
ting goals and establishing policies which will govern the opera-
tion of the district.
Gerald E. George, Ed. D.
Superintendent of Schools
Thunderbird High School Administration.
Above Left: Fred Skoglund,
gl Principal: Left: Ginny Linhart,
secretary: Above Right: Stan
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Seniors - "Class of '85"
Senior Student Council
Lori Session: Secretary
Mary Avensong Class President
Scott Andersong Chief Justice
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Donna Zannoni: Vice President
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Student Council would like the Class of '85 to
remember that ten year reunions can be more fun
than looking through a yearbook. Please get back in
touch with the Thunderbird High School office in
1994 to help organize the 1995 Ten Year Reunion.
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Front Row: Darrin Permenter, Mark
Geske, Kevin Long, Ron Arroyo, Jeff
Lemieux, Todd Shuldap Row 2: Mr. Witter,
Rory Toma, Mike Sweet, Matt Carlson,
Bucky Mayhard, Don Wilson, Lee Shore,
Brian Russell, Tony Atello, Fred Egererg
Row 3: Mr. DeJanovich, Duane Criston,
David Lane, Joe Domanico, Jason
Foerster, Tony Benicki, Bobby Saiz.
Robert Llanos, Garen Zoll, Jim Gipson, Er-
nie Dorag Row 4: Jeff Meyers, Scott Geyer,
Robby Britton, Hudson Johnston, Shea
Brock, Jim Liddell, Jeff Cutler, Jeff Emer-
son, Paul Schlink, Mike Walleng Row 5:
Sean Vanspriell, Rodney Blum, Joe Carter,
Brian Hollabaugh, Ernie Hart, Brian Webb.
Phil Johnson, Kurt Minko, Billy Hintze.
Front Row: Jeff Davis, John Jocovo,
Coach Greg Keller, Tom Brager, Jeff
Maholng Row 2: Luke Maze, Tim Langford,
Trent Renfrow, Chris Kalkbrenner, Scott
Kirk, Chris Boose, Tom Allenp Row 3: David
Aguayo, Dan Cooper, Scott Rafitti, Mike
Hintze, Mike Fischer, Joe Curling Row 4:
Greg Mathison, Kelley Shore, Kim Cooper,
Sean Harrell, Ryan Sanders, Clifton
Hoyer, Don Pruitt.
Front Row: Jim Flecher, Jeff King, Jack
Story, Steve Ogborne, Frank Mesa,
Robert Fultreil, Jeff Seranog Row 2: Tom
Rossignol, Mike Mayhew, Simon
Montengro, Brad Singquist, Brian Soloner,
Alan Dosley, Paul McCIendon, Jeff Sweet:
Row 3: Greg Davis, Curtis Strain, John Sa-
qasta, Reid Behrendt, Kevin Bacchus,
Paul King, Row 4: Bill Chase, Alex Nelson,
Will Merkin, Joe Szupiany, Robby Col-
eman, Mike Pastore, Adam Davis, Jason
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Front Row: Cheryl Adams, Bonnie Bujitas, Jaylene Johnson, Kell
Bialikg Row 2: Maria Frew, Cheri Vilcek, Renee Middleton, Veroni
Flores: Row 3: Tammie Cox, Mrs. Neeley, Jenny Jackson. '
Junior Varsity Volleyball
Front Row: Marcelle Lumpmouth, Nancy Trimble, Lorrie Marek: R1
2: Kristine Corson, Tricia Saville, Joanie Voss, Tamara Shurtleffg R4
3: Georganne Soberi, Karen Thiesse, Mindy Elmore, Julie Baab
Danielle Price, Mr. Heck.
Front Row: Sue Hoagland, Dee Dee Simpson, Stacey Nelson, Cori
Hunter: Row 2: Michelle Keen, Jennifer Parlet, Michelle Ford,
Monica Anderson, Robin Arroyo: Row 3: Kriste Bolt, Laura Khun,
Jennifer Priest, Marcy Romesburg, Tricia Agersiag Row 4: Natalie
Evans, Jennifer Luse, Susan Moser, Laurie Bowls, Tricia Hoffman:
Row 5: Sholette Hunsaker, Susan MacDonald, Mrs. Gallegos, Kathy
Front Row: Dee Crosby, John Barton: Se-
cond Row: Mark Piller, Paul Bummer,
Chris Hernandez, Greg Cullison: Third
Row: Mr. Doerrer, Tim Demme, Robert
Hayton, Mr. Siwek.
First Row: Jennifer Bousard, Emily Mabry.
Sherri McLeod, Stephanie Pierce, Jenny
Berry, Karen Knutson, Michelle Palmer:
Second Row: Maureen Greenfield, Missy
Smith, Connie McLeod, Liz Upton.
J.V. and Frosh
First Row: Bobby Wojciechowski: Second
Row: Howard Hughes, David Piller, Lance
Goldsmith, Bryan Little: Third Row: Roger
Mena, Brad Little, Russel Brown, Don
Front Row: Chris Lecky, Kent Narveson.
John Hovis, Dina Ammaccapanef CWS
Rutter, Brandin Beck, Karsten Solheum.
Brad Cannon: Row 21 GBVY -Porter' Greg
Garbero, Kevin Barclay, Kirk Kokoska,
Brian Eslinger, Jay Meshay' Scott
Nicholson, Mr. Rivero.
Front Row: Beth Wintermantle, Melissa
Lynn, Cari Schlutter, Katia Van Hulle,
Kristin Baron, Anita Kirk, Tracey Capo-
sieno, Melissa Pacheco, Second Row:
Tracy Nilles, Tiffany Addis, Sydney
Krogue, Jennifer Sandler, Christine Perez,
Amy Stiak, Jenny Tress, Chris DeCrosta,
Diana Thompson, Mrs. Mayberry: Thlrd
Row: Mr. Franovich, Ron Friedman, Chris
Creany, Sharla Goetz, Danielle Forcelli,
Stephanie Sikora, Gary Hukill, Brian
Newman, Ken Northroupg Fourth Row:
Joel Schleifer, Jeff Cantin, Charlie Nor-
throup, Matt Dougall, Joe Anderson, Andy
Frus, Scott Steele, Rob Vetter, Todd Blut-
ter, Chris McDaniel, Tom Ketchman.
Front Row: April Fredericks, Joanie
Resnic, Julie Ridgway, Susan Abelef. Dawn
Ketnerg Second Row: Karen Otis, Michelle
Wendler, Lorraine Altieri, Tracie Steinweg.
Kim Oberhanslig Thlrd Row: Carman
Griegar, Jaya Carrol, Jacqueline Laverne.
Chris Cederholm, Laurie Benickl, Becky
Epsteing Fourth Row: Mrs. Waters, Ms.
Front Row: Matt Maxie, Kevin Long, Joe
Domanico, Brian Booker. Secon Row:
Jason Foerster, Scott Hudson, Joe Carter,
Troy Palmer, Coach Bob Noice, Assistant
Coach Bob Evert, Jim Spencer, Dan Brin-
ton, Joe Fields, Teddy Bowes.
Front Row: Phil lzbell, Brandon Beck, Jim
Tanner, Bob Hughes. Second Row: Jim
Mostafo, David Rice, Paul Kaczorowski,
Matt Sedelmeier, Coach Ron Martin, Pat
Fredenberg, Ryan Sanders, Kelly Shore,
I'ronl Row: Jason Slulcnrolh, Jcll Swecl,
Coach Gurule, Jonathon Parker, Doug
Grillln, Daniel WIKQKCY. Second Row: Paul
Okon, Joe Kolak, Hassy Moslolo, Slove
Nelson, Robby Colman, Jell Canlin, Mike
Nelson, Alex Nelson, Brian Soldncr, Chris
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Front Row: Jeff Shelton, Tony Srajer,
John Bognanno, Robert Llanos, Darrell
Wallace, Row 2: Joe Jacovo, Bob Ray, Pat
Williams, Burke Whipple, Allan Kaplan, Jeff
Serrano. Row 3: Mike Sweet, Jeff Mikus,
Andy Frus, Paul Schlink, Brad Smith,
Bucky Maynard, Mr. Jepsen.
Front Row: Richard Crowley, Bruce Bass,
John Waters, Dean James, Brian Wilson:
Row 2: Chris Husted, John Jacovo, Scott
Carson, Curt Baumgarthg Row 3: David
Vanhorn, Mike Dills, Clifton Hoyer, Mike
Jones, James Click, Mr. Dora.
Front Row: Chris Clark, John Knutson,
Todd Aguayo, Joe Escamillog Row 2:
Simon Montenegro, Mike Higgins, John
Sagasta, Jim Flesher, Mark Chang, Row 3:
Dave Kelly, Henry Perez, Mike McDougal,
Reid Behrendt, Richard Copeland, Mr.
Front Row: Kristi Bialik, Missy Neighbors.,
Second Row: Diana Dewakuku, Tammie.
Parker, Anna Bivens, Jennifer Nygard,
Denise Montague, Coach Ogborne. Third'
Row: Loraine Altieri, Yvonne Uptown,
Yvette Nunez, Veronica Flores, Maria
Frew, Jeanne Varner, Tracie Steinweg.
Bottom Row: Nancy Tremble, Noelle
Stolzfus. Second Row: Ms. Toopozian,
Noelle Chestnut, April Olson, Lorrie
Marek, Danielle Andreine, Mr. Siwek. Third
Row: Joanie Voss, Tiffany Addis, George-
anne Soberay, Mindi Elmore, Jackie
Davenport, Debbie Perkins, Danielle Price.
Front Row: Dana Duerr, Kirn Jensik, Con-
nie McLeod. Second Row: Ms. Topoozian,
Jody Bergman, Jody Davenport, Jennifer
Parlett, Kristi Erford, Mr. Burke. Third
Row: Robin Arroyo, Lori Bowls, Tricia Hoff-
man, Christine Aaron, Angie Gilbertson.
Not there: Shawna Williams, Wendy Kabel.
Front Row: Coach Ogborne, Kevii
Barclay, Mike Sweet, Greg Perkins, Todl
Shulda, Joe Demanico, Jason Furrister
Row 2: Don Pruitt, Jay Meshay, Derric
Station, Joe Fields, Bil Hintze, Lee Moore
Tony Benicki, Bobby Saiz, Coach Geames
Front Row: Mike Hintze, Trevor Lee, Mike
Nunez, Pat Chorpenning. Second Row:
Mr. Gurule, Bill Hughes, Frank Elliot, Rick
Rama, John Kaus. fApologies from Gregg
Front Row: Mr. Wolverton, Paul King, Mike
Nelson, Tim Grauer, Kevin Bachus, Alex
Nelson, Kurt Luther, Mike Pastore, Scott
Smith. Second Row: Brad Pilon, Rusty
Parker, Randy Haarer, Brian Soldner, Jeff
King, Jeff Sweet, Bear Lundquist, Daniel
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Front Row: Thia Swift, Susan Abeler. Se-
cond Row: Bonnie Bujtas, Veronica Flores,
Jeanne Varner, Renee Middleton, Cherl
McClymont, Kristen Kello, Cathy Murphy.
Front Row: Willie Munoz, Nancy Trimble,
Lorrie Marek, Tiffany Addis, Katie Hannon,
Wendy Olsen. Row 2: Julie Baab, April
Olsen, Geogeanna Soberay, Pam
Rauschelbach, Karen Thiesse, Miss
Topoozian. CApologies from Gregg Gerberb
Front Row: Mr. Dixon, Allison Graham,
Robin Arroyo, Alexia Sgrillo, Dana Duerr,
Crista Waite, Davinna Artibey. Row 2:
Sharilyn Motley, Kendra Oldershaw, Amy
Berger, Jennifer Nygard, Dianna Heck.
Tracy Sikora, Natalie Evans.
49B Women s Basketball
Front Row: Howard Hughes, Bobby Wo-
jciechowski, Killy Rankin, Mike Fobar. Row
2: Jeff Shelton, Jeff Davis, Dave Cosley.
Jamie Gard, Don Muchek, Randy Karg.
Row 3: Dennis Marion, John Barton, Chris
Clark, Jason Alexander. Row 4: Tony
Christie, David Piller, Mark Piller, Chris
Hernandez, Brad Little, Bryan Little, Erick
Smith. Row 5: Tom Allen, Cris Boos, Kelly
Shore, Luke Maze, Ron Colwell, Steve Pro-
kopek, Denny Kruse, Steve Sexton. Row
6: Todd Gildow, Jeff Cutler, Scott Geyer.
Robby Britton, Paul Bummer, Ken Clark.
Row 7: Rob Vetter, Jim Liddell, Dan Brin-
ton, Rob Llanos, Don Wilson, Shea Brock.
Tom Roth, Greg Pink, John Oxw, Andy
Frus. Not Pictured: Paul Eagleston, Tim
Front Row.' Jessica Mills, Tricia Saville,
Missy Smith, Vicki Zampino, Karen Knut-
son, Michelle Palmer, Misty Bent, Jennifer
Parlet, Jody Davenport. Row 2: Cindy
Nordquist, Tammy Cox, Kristin Stoll,
Michelle Fobar, Kathy Turpin, Chris
Syckes, Jenny Tress, Jenny Preest,
Shawna Williams. Row 3: Danielle Forcelli,
Amy Young, Lisa Leslie, Stephanie Pearce,
Kara Tolmie, Cheri Vilcek, Montella Alston,
Cheryl Adams, Dawn Aldridge, Courtney
Penhall. Row 4: Lori Broadi, Dawn Pickett,
Angi Gilbertson, Traci Burris, Kristin
Pickett, Yvette Nunez, Maria Frew, Sherry
McLeod. Not Pictured: Susan Patti, Jenny
Front Row: Dan Kelnhofer, Jason Moon,
Mike Caplan, Louie Percic, Paul Ratner,
Pat Chorpenning, Larry Pauwels. Row 2:
Keith Taylor, Wayne Jones, Kent
Narveson, Mark Ireland, Jeff Lemieux,
Scott Currence, Jon Jones, Stuart Ratner.
Row 3: Coach Johnson, Eric Johnson,
Randy Karg, Brian Barnett, Casey Curtiss,
Dave Hunt, Scott Haseman, Tawn
Albright, Steve Prokopek, Max Jimenez,
Tony Gilbertson, Coach Harkleroad.
Front Row: Chris Kalkbrenner. Dan
Eastwood, John Tulley, Eric Robbins,
Richard Zimmer, Frank Meza, Tom
Braeger, Casey Curtis. Row 2: Coach Jef-
fries, Russell Brown, Tawn Albright, Jim
Clarke, Craig Moore, Alberto Ottolenghi,
Johnny Hovis, Tony Gilbertson.
Front Row: Jennifer Sandler, Lynda Staab,
Kristin Murphy, Jennifer Berry, Kerry
Starkins, Beth Parke, Marley Fefer, Joanie
Resnick. Row 2: Suzy Tritschler, Shannon
Deerr, Melissa Lynn, Tricia Hoffman, Ron-
da Kalis, Cathy Metzger, Kathy Staab.
Left to Right: Dianne Martin, Newton
Muehleisen, Kelly Haney, Todd Krajewski,
Ellen Roedel, Allen McLaughlin, Samantha
Helwig, Mary Voss, David Lamberti,
Tegwin Tiffany, Michelle Moore, Paul
Newcomb, Patrick Orr, Alicia Kamenca,
Jeff Stroschein, Lisa Patterson.
Flrst Row: Trudy Miller, Allison Clarke,
Stephanie Oster, Denise Lee, Sean Storrs,
Lisa Patterson, Kelly Hoenne, Tina Ad-
dison, Shereen Franklin: Second Row:
Sheila Sims, Christine Long, Adam Davis,
Vicki Orlando, Jennifer Overland, Tom
Visinho, Michelle Oullette, Newton
Muehleisen, Janine Demme, Leslie
Nelson, Diana Thompson, T.J. Kuhn, Leija
Garcia, Karen Thiesse, Third Row: Laura
Staley, Charlie Northrup, Minna-Riitt
Autio, Denice Williams, David Lamberti,
Cyndi Shepard, Louanna Backman, Allen
McLaughlin, Kirstin Christensen, Daren
Front Row: Krista lngold, Terri Shelton,
Stacy Nelson, Amie Felder, Heather Barr,
Pam Morris: Second Row: Jennifer Voss,
Dawn Pickett, Angie Duval, Theresa
Millsap, Jenniter Luse, Sholette Hunsker,
Natalie Evans, Kim Willman, Leslie McAr-
thur, Kristine Depierro, Patty Espinosa.
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Babcock, Trey Fry: Row 3: Minna-Riitt Autio, Michelle Besley, Michelle Cholewa, Nicole Spence, LuAnne Ashby, Robin Horowitz, Mari Kostelaz, Susan
Scott, Penny Phipps, Greg Cerise. Alfie Safa, Michelle Johnson, Jason Nesburg, Jon Hawksworth, Dana Duerr, Christie Majors, Sheri Burrieg Row 4:
Susan Nelson, Tracy Grimm, Becky Green, Michelle Wheeler, Susan Moser, Matt Bajan, Patrick Henry, Hank Seibel, David Archer, Diana Heck, Kevin
Bacchus, Joe Safa, David Duarte, Sean Nagy, Kevin Cracolici, Amy Burger, Tom Watson: Row 5: Darren Waddell, Dee Crosby, Scott Jamison, Darrin
Permenter, Charles Enouen, Mark Smith, Chris Wise, Tracy Hanson, Geoff Nass, Ken Collins, Tracy Israel, Cindy Porfilio, Patty Christie, Bill Jamison,
Mary Miranda, Derek Amrein, Ted Christie, Peter Overland, Rodger Besley: Row 6: Mike Feltner, Michelle Charlebois, Christina Newhard, Elena Miran-
da, Delise Fields, Dawn Pickett, Deidra Duerr, Suzy Tritschler, Richard Akin, Tracy Sikora, Chris Lowry, Bobbie Shibbler, Michele DeMichael, Bonnie
Martin, Monique Wilcox, Vikki Calderon, Jody Nichols, Don Kuhl.
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Ellen Roedel, Elizabeth Morris, Trisha
Olson, Gayle Thunstedt, Donna Zannoni,
Karen Knutson, Mary Avenson, Randy
Warner, Jake Brenneiseg Row 3: Tracy
Frazzini, Mary Voss, Alyssa Chait, Lori Ses-
sion, Connie Graham, Kate Bowenkamp,
Holly Dendy, Alicia Kamenca, Dawn
Eberhartg Row 4: Eric Perkins, Karl
Toepke, Rory Toma, Allison Neel, Patty
Christie, Greg Reade, Greg Cullison, Leo
Front Row: Joe Beecher, Jack Thomas,
Alan Miranda, Tammy Strothkamp, Zoe
Chapman, Amy Burns, Samantha
Madison: Row 2: Jim Liddell, Kenny
Looney, Frank Luper, Mike Geraurd, Robin
Boyd, Greg Davis, Mark Beaver, Chris
Thomas: Row 3: Reggie Clay, Frank Meza,
Row 1: Mike Harrington, Jeff Sweet, Phil
Isbell, Rick Astone, James Flink, Chuck
Fenton, Row 2: Chris French, Lee Oswald,
Mike Breitling, Jason Donaldson, Mike Ed-
wards: Row 3: Laura Falaschetti, Mike
Nelson, Al Boyd, Bill Chase, Rick Rama,
Front Row: Mary Chang, Julie Ridgway.
Angie Kirk, Jennifer Sandler: Row 2: Marie
Corpe, Yvonne Venetz, Alicia Jackson,
Jessica Mills: Row 3: Mrs. Wilson, Gregory
Reade, Felicia Pensiero, Mrs. Waldrop.
Front Row: Gregory Reade, Key Club and
Thespians: Gayle Thunstedt, German
Club: Donna Zannoni, Student Body: Lori
Session, Senior Class: Paul Newcomb,
Masque 8: Dagger: Row 2: Michael Burch,
ROTC: Alyssa Chait, Chief Spirit: Jeff
Braeger, Foster Child: Felicia Pensiero,
Front Row: Gayle Thunstedt, Donna Zan-
noni, Jennifer Sandler, Alicia Jackson,
Gerilynn Spitz: Row 2: Maria Frew, Alberto
Ottolenghi, Julie Ridgway, Emily Mabry,
Jessica Mills: Row 3: Dustin Young, Jeanne
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Row 3: Linda Hill, Mary Klingensmith,
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Front Row: Patrick Grand, Greg Reade,
Karen Monaco: Row 2: Katia Vanhulle,
Elizabeth Morris, Jennifer Berry, Gerilynn
Spitz, Row 3: Craig Moore, Alberto Ot-
tolenghi, Lori Session, Dustin Young, Tim
Front Row: Chris LaMont, Roger Post,
Julie Lamb, Alicia Jackson, Todd Kra-
jewskig Row 2: Nathan Lewis, Scott Ander-
son, Peter Vrijenhoek, Mitch Ledford,
Front Row: Cindy Moore, Shelli Elmore,
Shelly Medina, Second Row: Sharon Tar-
dif, Gina Maione, Lauren Rapp, Tanya Pier-
son, Kendra Simmons, Barbra-Jean Floyd,
Judy Siggins, Kerry Frizzellp Thlrd Row:
Pat Kennedy, John Keenan, Paul
Bohlman, Mark Mahl, Debbie Frandson,
Jon Brice, Cathy Wolfe, Kirk Kokoska,
Ann-Marie Parkin, James Elliott, Mindi
Aycock, Kris Davis, Steve De Carlo.
Front Row: Shereen Franklin, Jennifer
Emhoff, Ronda Dolinich, Second Row: Cari
Cook, Mrs. Smith, Gail Ritchie, Lori Fyke,
Mary Koch, Carolyn Gramza, Lupe Brittan,
Maryann Melillog Third Row: Sharon
McGrath, Sherri Scott, Trisha Franklin,
Gary Snee, Michelle Jacobsen, Eileen
Blohm, Kyle Anderson, Troy Carter.
Front Row: Michelle Charlebois, Laila
Sayegh, Teri Frickiep Row 2: Carey Ham-
mon, Sherry Wierman, Stephanie Oster,
Susan Roberts, Rhonda Childs, Stephanie
Valentine, Terry Short, Row 3: Mrs. Miller,
Mindy Neighbors, Tammy Wallace, Cindy
Walker, Vicki Purcel, April Lalor, Dawn
Vollmer, Bill Venturini.
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Front Row: Chris Sobel, Sam McGuffin,
Shari Kitcheng Row 2: Lawrence
Schuman, Melissa Satterfield, Beth
Wintermantel, Kathy Donnell, Cari Leary.
First Row: Karen Knutson, Gayle
Thunstedt, Kathy Kozdra, Kim McArdle,
Peter Overland, John Knutson, Christal
Zeigler, Laura Thompson, Second Row:
Kirstin Christensen, Shannon Jordan,
Sheri Wigal, Denise Harnois, Angie
Stroschein, Scott Smith, Dan Simmelink,
Dana Duerr, Susan Scott, Third Row: Ran-
dy Warner, Darryl Warner, Alberto Ot-
tolenghi, Dianna Cunningham, Joann
Rodopoulos, Amy Burger, Heather Con-
rad, Heather Barr, Renee Moojen, David
Crosby, Stacy Nelson, Ann Despain, Kate
Bowenkampg Fourth Row: Jennifer
Sandler, Jake Brenneise, Howard Chait,
Karl Toepke, Jolynn Warren, Renee
Sandler, Paul Blanro, Mrs. Brackney, Dee
Crosby, Paul Eaglestong Fifth Row: Patrick
Anderson, Brian Eslinger, Rodney Blum,
David Hunt, Susan Cottler, Bob West,
Patrick Jennings, Sheri Burrie, Laura Lee.
Front Row: Peter Overland, Jeff Braeger,
Mark Trombino, Louanna Backman,
Becky Davis, Jimmy Harsha, Nancy
Ridgway, Mary Avenson, Ms. McSpadden,
Paul Newcomb: Row 2: Tracy Grimm,
Grace Lawrenz, Lisa Wilson, Minna Auttio,
Pattie Christie, Julie Wilson, Allison Clarke,
Julie Ridgway, Anissa Kamenca, Laura
Chapman, Christine Long, Row 3: Zoe
Chapman, Michelle Krajewski, Tracy Han-
son, Robin Armstrong, Jeff Keeler, Scott
Anderson, Gerilynn Spitz, Al Tieman,
Rebecca Herbig, Carolyn Gramza, Janine
Demmeg Row 4: Chris Lamont, Bob
Wayne, Matt Dougall, T.J. Kuhn, Debby
Corles, Greg Reade, Emily Mabry, Felicia
Pensiero, Jessica Mills, Marla Baldree.
Front Row: Marla Baldree. Paul Newcomb,
Greg Reade - V.P., Patty Christie -
Sec., Jane McSpadden - Sponsor, Emily
Mabry - Pres., Gerilynn Spitz - Treas.g
Row 2: Debby Corles, Louanna Backman,
Becky Davis, Jim Harsha, John Anderson,
Rebecca Herbigg Row 3: Julie Ridgeway,
Jeff Keeler, Al Tieman, Nancy Ridgeway,
Mary Avenson, Carolyn Gramza, Ellen
Front Row: Crystal Chesnut, Heidi Early,
Lisa Peterfreund, Cynthia Breslau: Row 2:
Debbie Perkins, Jacque Davenport, Kristi
Bacchus, Stephanie Taradash, Julie
Eagleston, Jacque Reynolds: Row 3:
Laurie Brown, Shera Fake, April
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Front Row: Laura Collocia. Rachel Troup.
Brent Feland. Row 2: Kevin Maxfield, Mrs.
Regnier, sponsor: Eric Stoops. Randy
Warner. Row 3: Stephanie Sikora, Alberto
Front Row: Sheela Kalangi, Tammy
Rower, Katie Warren. Row 2: Robert
Fisher. Jake Brenneise, Kate Bowenkamp,
Erik Perkins, Diana Thompson, Carmen
Grieger, Connie Graham, Mr. Forsman.
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Beth Wintermantel, Shari Kitchen, Melissa
Satterfieldg Row 2: Anne Marie lozzo, Cin-
dy Santa Cruz, Lorrie Marek, Tim Bauer,
Michelle Margolies, Tess Franklin, Denise
Miller, Row 3: Freddy Khoshnou, David
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ABELER. SUSAN Basketball I. 2, 3.4: Badminton 2. MVP 3.
4: Boys Basketball Stats 2, 3, 4: TRA 2. 3: "My high school
years have been great at Thunderbird. especially my senior
year! The Badminton team, Basketball team brought great
times, times l'll never forget. My special friends are great!
xoxo Susan ADAMS, VICKI "Graduation is the 'famous final
scene' at which point we all 'turn the page.' Just memories in
the mind and friends of time 'rock and roll never forgets'
Best of luck!!! ADDISON. TINA Swimming 1: Band 2, 3:
Choir 3, 4: "Kelly Hoenhe. You are my very best friend Bi
always will be. l'll miss you when I move to Illinois. Best
friends forever, Tina Addison." AIELLO, ANTHONY Football
I. Vars. 4: Vars. Track 3. 4. AKIN, RICHARD. ALDRIDGE,
Dawn Track 1, Vars. 2. 3. 4: Vars. Cross-Country 2. 3:
Spanish Club 2. 3. 4: U of A President's award of excellence
3: NHS 3. 4: Senior Class Treas. 4. ALLEN, TROY. ALLISON,
ARTHUR. ALTIERI, LORRAINE Ski Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Basket-
ball 1. JV 2: Vars. Badminton 1, 2, Sth in Division, went to
Slate 4: Softball 1. Vars. 4: Cheer JV 2, Vars. 3: Dance Club
Activities Director 4: "Goodbye Thunderbird it's been real.
Gooch Gooch Lorums ASU here we come! Baa Haa Mrear
badminton rules. l'II always love young boys Suz! I love you
Kristi and Lori! I love you too. Mark." AMES.
SUZANNE. Track 1. 2: Band 1, 2, 3: S eech 3, 4: SADD 2.
3. ANDERSON, JOHN. ANDERSON. JOSEPH. ANDERSON,
KYLE. ANTHONISE, TIM. ARANYOS, REBECCA. ATTEWELL,
BILL. AUSTIN, BUFFI. AUTIO, MINNA-RIITTA Band 4: Mas-
que 8i Dagger 4: Choir 4: "I will always remember my ear at
Thunderbird High School and I will miss you in Einland.
Thanks for making this gear such a great experience!
Rakkaudella-Minnis."AVEN ON, MARY. AYCOCK, HEATHER.
AYCOCK, MINDI Marching Band I, 2. 3: DECA Committee
Chairman 4: "it's about time!"
BALDREE, MARLA Masque and Dagger 1, 2, 3. 4: Writers
Guild 2, VP 3, Pres. 4: National Thespians Society 3, 4: Na-
tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4. BARCLAY, KEVIN Golf 4:
Baseball 4. BARNETT, BRIAN German Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Math
Club 1: Soccer Team 3, 4: AFS 3, 4: NHS 4: "I think that
Thunderbird High School is the best school around. The at-
mosphere here is great. The only problem THS has is that
the methods here are monotonous." BARNETT, JEFFREY.
BARTON, JOHN Latin Club 1: Cross-Country 4: Track 4.
BEESLEY, ENSIGN "America is full of financial oppor-
tunities, 'find them."'BENlCKl, TONY Football 1, 3. 4, capt.
2: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4: "I would like to say thanks to all my
friends for making it an enjoyable and 'rememberable' four
years. And thanks, Mrs. DeLucia, for all you have done for
me." BENNETT, BRIAN. BIALIK, KELLY TRA 1. 2: Softball
1, 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2. 3, co-capt. 4. BIALIK,
KRISTIE TRA 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 2: Softball
1, 2, 3. capt. 4.
BLODGETT, SCOTT. BLOHM, EILEEN Track 1: TRA 1, 2, 4:
Volleyball 3: HERO 4: "It was really nice going to this school.
I had a lot of nice times with all my friends. Good luck to all of
you that are graduating in '86.' Have a great year." BLUT-
TER, TODD. BOHLMAN, PAUL Basketball 1: Football 1, 2.
BONDI, JOHN tMichaeI Jackson! Spanish Club 4: " 'Y'aIl be
cool' 'Michael Jackson rules'." BONE, MICHAEL Football 1:
Ski Club 2, 3: "If in doubt bail out!" BOWENKAMP.
KATHRYN Art Club Sec. 2: Honor Roll 2, 3: Writer's Guild
Sec. 3. Treas. 4: German Club 3, 4: NHS 3. 4: Portal
Research Group 4: "Thanks to all my friends fLamppost,
Pum, Scuppy. and Conniej who helped me adjust to life here.
Thanks to the super teachers. too!! Now, I'm off to doctor
schooI!!" BOWES, TEDDY Football 1: Math Student of the
Month 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: "If you died
today where would you go? Look to the future with a goal in
mind, but don't put off to tomorrow what you should do to-
day. God bless you all. Ted. P.S. I Love SheI!!" BOYD, PAUL.
BRACCO, STEVE Golf 2: "Sanger skiers - Ski radical, 8. Ski
JOBE!!!" BRENNAN, THOMAS. BRICE, JON. BRINTON,
DANNY. BRITTAN, KELLEY Choir JV 1, Vars. 2, 3. 4, Pres,
4: HERO VP 4, State Pubic Relations Officer 4: "Like they say
. . . today is the beginning ofyour tomorrow. Good luck and
God bless to everyone." BRI TON, ROBBY. BROCK, SHEA.
BROOKS, SARA "My Fair Lady" 1: Spanish Club 1:,Honor
Roll 2, 3, 4: "Deanna, Jennifer. Katia. and Beth. This year
and the times in it have been great. You are good friends and
you are there when I need you. Thanks. Love, Sara."
BROWN, GINA. BROWN, JULIA German Club 1, 2: Thought
Inc. 2: Writer's Guild 2, 4, Sec. 3: "Danke Schon Herr B. du
bist sehr freundlich. Du hast mir viel geholfen. Duchy. I value
your friendship very much. Snail - enjoy med. school."
BROWN, MIKE. BROWN, RICHARD. BRUMFIELD,
BRIAN German Club 1: War Gaming Club 2, Sec. 3, 4: Na-
tional Merit Semi-Finalist 4. BUKOWIECKI, LORI. BULLOCK,
JONATHAN German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Wargaming Assn. 1. 2.
3, 4, Pres.. VP, Sec.. Treas.: Latin Club 3: NHS 3, 4: National
Merit Semi-Finalist 4: "High school isn't the greatest thing
around, but it beats prison. See ya 'round Forz. and, Mrs.
Obye, thanks for putting up with TWA for four years."
BUMMER, PAUL Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Vars. Cross-Country 2, 3.
4: Chief's Spirit 4. BURKHARD, CHERYL Badminton 2, 3:
"We finally made it: Thanks for the memories: especially to
Kris, Kel, Laurie, and Nina. Good luck - you guys are great.
Love, Cheryl" BURKHARD, THOMAS.
CABLE, JOSEPH. CALDERON. MICHELLE. CALVO, TODD At
Thunderbird you're always waiting for the weekends. Now
that l'm a senior and about to graduate. I plan to live the rest
of my life as one big weekend. Let's party and live life to its
fullest." CAMPBELL, JENNIFER Track 1: Spanish Club 2:
Yearbook 2, 3: Tennis 3, 4. CAMPBELL, REGINA. CARLSON,
MATT Track 1: Football JV 2. Vars. 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: "It's
been great these last four years. I hope to see some of the
class of '85 in the future. We'll have a great reunion!" CAR-
ROLL, JAYA Flag Corps 1, Capt. 2: Marching Band 1, 2,
Squad Ldr.: TRA 1, 2, 3: Drama I. 2. 3. 4: Student Council
Senator 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: NHS 3, VP 4: Badminton 4.
CARTER, JOHN UOEJ Football 1. 4: Baseball 2, 3: Basket-
ball 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3. 4: Track 4. CARTER TROY.
CARVER, CHRIS. CASTALDI, NINA Hunter Jumper Show-
ing 1, 3, 4. 2nd in State 2: Writer's Guild 3: Yearbook 4:
Chief's Spirit 4: "Thanks to all my friends who were there for
me. Good luck in everything you do." CECICH,
JOEL Basketball 1: Basketball 2. CEDERHOLM.
KRIS Spanish Club 2, 3: TRA 2. 3: Chief's Spirit 3: Badmin-
ton 3. 4: "As a freshman you can't wait until your senior
year. but as a senior you aren't ready to leave. High School is
great. Enjoy it while you can." CERMAK, CONN E Softball
1: TRA 1. 2, Hist. 3: War Party Treas. 1: Ski Club 1, 2:
Volleyball 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "Thanks for all of the crazy
times, thanks for being there when I needed you, and thanks
most for being the best friends I could ever possibly have! I
love-you all very much. Connie." CHAIT, ALYSSA French
Club 1. 2: TRA 1, 2. 3: Pom 2. 3: Chief's Spirit 3, VP 4: NHS 3.
4: Yearbook 4: AFS 4: "YO Julie. I love you babe. Monika, I
love you too. Three musketeers rule!! Groovus! Hey
Julynn and Kalen . . . Awesome Foursome Forever! Thanks
Robin. Jennie, 8. Lori for being so special. Trogn - Lou
always lovesTyou. l'll miss you all. Reese." CHA G, HAZEL.
CHAPMAN, ED Football 1: "Thls school year was good.
nice peogle, 'good teachers. lt's been interesting!"
CHARLEB IS, ICHELLE Math Student of the Month 1:
Flag Corps 4. Outstanding 2, Capt. 3. CHASE, SCOTT.
CHAVEZ, ABEL. CHERNOV. SARAH. CHILDS, RONDA.
CHRISTIE. PATRICIA Band 1. Sec. 2. VP 3, Pres. 4:
Superior in Solo Ensemble 1. 2. 3. 4, Outstanding Band Stu-
dent 2. 3. Louis Armstrong Jazz Award 3: Thespians 2. 3.
Sec. 4: NHS 3. 4: Rotarian of the Month 4: Glendale's Jr.
Miss 1985 4. CHURCHILL, MICHAEL. CIARDULLO,
MICHAEL. CLARK, LYNDA NHS 3. 4: French Club 3.4: Kay
Club 3. 4. CLARKE. CHARLES. CLAY, REGINALD. COATNE .
SHANNON Band-Baton Twirler 1. 2: Drama 2: Swimming 3:
Chief's Spirit 33 Spanish Club 3: "To all my friends -thanks
for all the fun. And thanks for the help. Hey Heather -think
fun in the sun, we made it!" COLE, KELLY Choir JV Letter
2: Key Club 3. 4. COLE, T. WAYNE "We FINALLY made it!!
Or did we?! Suzy. I will ALWAYS bethere when you need me.
and I love you with ALL of my heart!!" COLLINS, HOL-
LY German Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2. 3: Language Stu-
dent of the Month 3. COLLINS, TRACY Honor Roll 3:
Chief's Spirit 4: "I will always remember my four years at
Thunderbird. because of memories. teachers, friendships
and the time spent there. Kees the spirit alive! - Tracy Col-
lins." CDNLIN, BRIAN. CON OLLY, AMY. COOK, CARRIE.
COPELAND, TRACY. CORDER. KELLY Wrestling 2. 3. 4.
Outstanding JV Wrestler 3: 2nd in District Computer Contest
3. COSLEY, DAVID Track 3, 4: Cross-Country 4. COUDRIET,
LISA "Good luck to all the seniors. and take care!" COV-
INGTON, DAVID. CRISTION. DUANE. CRDUCH. KENNETH.
CROWLEY, COLLEEN. CUNNINGHAM, DIANNA. CUTLER,
JEFF Football 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4: "lt's been a great four
years, l've learned a lot not just in school but in life. A special
brawk! to my friends and to a special girl to me."
DAVIS, KRISTINE. DEAN. JENNIFER. DECARLO,
STEVE Football 1. 2: Track JV 1, Vars. 2, 3, 4: Guitar Club 3:
DECA 4: "Well, it was real and it was cool, but it wasn't real
cool. Actually, it was a blast! Take care everyone and keep in
touch." DEMICHAEL, MICHELE. DEMME, TIM Cross-
Country l, 2, 3, MVP Capt. 4: Track 1. 2. 4. MVP 3: NHS 3.4:
Student Council Teas. 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist 4: "The
whole purpose of life is not what you do but who you are and
who you spend your time with." DENDY, HOLLY Writer's
Guild 1. 2, 3, Pres. 4: Gymnastics I, 2, 3: "It's been a good
four years but l'lI be glad to get out and move on to bigger
and better things." DIRKS, CLARISSA. DOLINICH, RONDA.
DOMINGUEZ, NORMAN. DORE, TROY. DUARTE,
DAVID Cross-Country 1: Louis Armstrong Award 3: First
Chiar ASU Honor Band 4: I. 2. 3. VP 4: Jazz Band 1, 2. 3.4.
DUGGAN, JAMES. DUKES, SCOTT. DYKES, GEORGETTE.
EAGLESTON, JULIE Student Council 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Key
Club 2: Dance Club 4: Cheer Capt. 2. Vars. 3, 4: Chief Spirit
Comm. Chairman 3. 4: Track 1: TRA 1. 2. 3: Masque and
Dagger 1: "WE have had a fun four years together and we
have the most outstanding class that T-Bird has ever had.
I m going to miss everyone!" EBER, TAMARA. ECCLESTON,
DEBRA. McGUFFIN, SAMMY. ELLIOT, JIM. ELMORE,
MICHELE. EMERSON, JEFF Football I. 2. 3, 4: Chief Spirit
3. 4: "The past four years at Thunderbird have been a real
party and I am proud to say I am part of the graduating class
of 1985." EMHOFF, JENNIFER Masque and Dagger 1.
3:TRA 1: HERO 4: Mod. Dance Club 4: Spanish Club 2: Chief
Spirit 3: "School doesn't last forever but friends do! That's
what I learned during my four years here. l'd like to make a
special thanks to Deanna. Sara, and Ann Marie. ENOCHS,
DAVID. ESLINGER, BRIAN Masque and Dagger 1,2 2, 3:
Thespians 2, 3: JV Baseball 2: Golf Team 3, 4: Ski Club 3:
German Club 3. 4: Spring Play 1.
FANSLER, RENEE Volleyball 1: French Society 1, VP 2.
Pres. 3, 4: Science Club 1, Pres. 2, 3. 4: NHS 3, 4. FEIN,
LAURA Base Bunnies 2. 3. 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: TRA 2, 3:
Publications Club 2: "I would like to thank my very best
friend Carol Halsema for making these past 3 years the best.
You are the best. You are very special to me and you will be
forever." FELAND, BRENT Football 1, 4: Track 1, Var. 2, 3.
4: Wrestling 3, German Club 1, 2, 3: Chief Spirit 2: "To all of
the years-to-come seniors: Do your homework. go skiing,
and remember never to talk to your mother." FELAND,
JODENE German Club 1. 2, Sec. 3: FBLA 3: Chief's Spirit 3,
4: Science Club: "Hey, Mrs. Pappas! You'll never have
another better business class than first sem. 1984-S5 year,
but have fun trying." FELTNER, MICHAEL. FENTON,
CHARLES. FERRA, KAREN Band 1, 2: NHS 3, 4: Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4: Pom 3, 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: "My four years at
Thunderbird have been the best. Thanks for all the good
times and the precious memories that go along, Awesome
foursome forever. I love you pommies." FIELDS,
JOSEPH Basketball Capt. 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4:
Chief's Spirit 3. 4, FISHER, ROBERT. FLOOD, CAROL. FLOYD,
BARBRA-JEAN. FORCELLI, DANIELLE Tumblers 3. 4: Div-
ing 4: Ski Club 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: Track
4: "To all my friends. especially 'the scene' l'll never forget
ya. You all take care and keep in touch and never forget the
crazy times we had at T-Bird. This has been the best year
ever! I love ya Jeff. Catch a later Mon. Love a, The limo-
scene rules!" FOSTER, DAVID. FRANCO, CHRISTOPHER.
FRANDSEN, DEBORAH. FRANKLIN, SHEREEN. FRANKLIN,
TRISHA. FREEMAN, DOUGLAS Soccer 1: Chief's Spirit 4:
AFS 4. FREW, MARIA Ski Club 1, 2: TRA 1, Council 2, 3:
Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3. 4: NHS
3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Football Manager 4: Senior Class
Senator 4: "Thanks for the memories. Good luck to all. Be
happy always. Class of '85 rules forever! Bye Bye Love Ya."
FRICKE, TERI, FRIEDL, ED. FRIZZELL, KERRI TRA 1: DECA
4: "When I was a freshman I thought I would never graduate.
Now I am a Senior and it is great." FRUS, ANDY Wrestling
1. 2, 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: SwimmingfDiving 2, 3, 4: "Bye
Bye." FRYE, JAY. FYKE, LAURIE TRA 1: Mat Minders 2:
Chief's Spirit 2, 3, 4: HERO 4.
GARMAN, BRET. GEORGE, ANDREW. GEORGE, DEBORAH.
GERBER, GREGG Yearbook 3, Editor 4: "I hope everyone
makes it in Iife!" GEYER, SCOTT Football 1. 2, 3. Capt. 4:
Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 4. GILDOW, TODD. GIPSON,
JIM Football JV 2, Vars. 3. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: "To all my
friends and teachers that have treated me well! I wish all
them the best of luck. I will never for et ouI" GIRAN
PATRICK. GRAF, MARK. GRAHAM, CENSTANCE Cros
Country Vars. I, 2, 3, 4: Track JV 2. Vars. 1, 3: NHS 3,
"Kates - O.K.! You're CHIEF! Holay-tick! tick! tick! Steph
Hi Sweetie! Julie - NAU! D.P. - ake Care. . ,To all: Lan
Sakes! Kee? in touch!!! Love. C Grams. GRAMZ
CAROLYN rench Club 1, 2. 3: AFS 2.3: Masque Sl Dagge
2. 3, 4: Student of the Month - Social Studies 3: Key Club
4: Thespians 3, 4: "Thank You to everyone who has mad
my time at Thunderbird enjoyable. I will always remembe
the teachers and friends who encouraged me to reach fo
my goal." GRAUER, JEFF "l enjoy life in the BIG CITY and
hope you have too. lf school wasn't so hard it would be eas
We used to be able to get away with anything now all I do i
get BUSTED! Your Friend and Mine Jeff 'MADMAN' or ALFI
Grauer." GRAY, JULIE Ambassador's Club: NHS 3. 4: "l
hasn't been that bad. but l'm happy to be leaving. Hav
some fun while you're at Thunderbird. it's your last chanc
- don't let it pass you ug. GOOD LUCK!" GREEN, AM
GREENWALT, MARK. G EENWELL, KELLY. GRIEGE
CARMEN. GRIM, KENNETH fK.C.j German Club l. 2.
Student Council Sen. I, 2, 3: Masque 8. Dagger I. 2. 4: The
plans I. 2, 3. 4: AFS 2. Treas. 3, DASP 4: Yearbook
"Believe me. I will never forget the last 764 school days. o
our friendships. Both have been great. Life is too short so en
jog all of it." GRISKOWI Z, ANTHONY. GROFF
D RENE Speech Club 4.
HALSEMA, CAROL. HAMMON, CAREY Spanish Club 1, 2,
TRA 1. 2: Dance Club 2: COE Pres. 4: "These have been th
best years of my life. They have gone by so fast. Thank go
for being a part of my learning exgeriencesf' HAMM N
CYNTHIA. HANNON, AMY. HARAB R, CHRIS. HARBEC
DERRICK. HARGENS, JULYNN TRA 1. 2, 3: Key Club
Pom 2. 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Rec. Sec. 4: NHS 3, 4: J
Homecoming Attendant 3: "lt's been a great 4 years! To th
pommies - hang in there - l'll always love you all. Aryss
- Awesome Foursome Forever! Class of '85 is the best
Love. JuLynn." HARKE, PAUL. HARPET, SHANE. HARRIS
PETE Baseball 1: Cross-Country 1: Baseball JV 2: Footba
3: "We could be the last in line, Bub, Tony, Scott are th
rowdiest tribe. get together and jam - it's Cal - Samm
take care of the Z-Tear it up," HAUGLAND, DAN Wrestlin
1, 2: NHS 3, 4. HAWTHORNE, GREGORY Latin Club 1, 2
German Club 2, 3, 4. HAYTON, ROBERT Track JV 1. Vars
2, 3. 4: Cross-Country JV 1. Vars. 2. 3, 4. HEDSTROM
CHRISTIE. HEGEHOLZ, STEVEN Masque 81 Dagger 4
NJROTC 3. 4: "l, Steven Hegeholz. being of sound mind an
body will my ability to get into trouble to Mike Reilly and t
Vicki Orlando my ability to bug Mrs. 'Budro'." HELWI
SAMANTHA French Society I, 2: Ambassadors 1, 2
Musicals 1, 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: TRA 1, 2, 3: Chief's Spirit 4
Key Club 2, 3, 4: Student Council Rep 2, Sec. 3, VP 3: "It'
been real, it's been fun. but it hasn't been real fun." HENRY
SHAWN. HENSLEY, NIKKI. HIGDON, TERRI Cross-Countr
1: Track 1, 2: Spanish Club 1. Sec. 2. Chief's Spirit 3
"Thanks to all my good friends for a funtastic four years
Stevie bestest 'buds' live on . . . infinitely! Jay. how is TLC
Goodwill? California here I come! Love ya' all! Tigger." HIL
LINDA. HILL, MONICA Pom 2. 3, Sec. 4: Ski Club 2. 3, 4
Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "To the 'scene,' remember all our 'good
and wild memories, l'll always love you. Monica," HILL
TROY Football 1: JV 2: Vars. 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 4: Ski Clu
Pres. 4. 153: "Thank You Thunderbird Staff. students an
friends for the five funnest years of my life, Love Tro
'mellow' Hill. Poser. LouLou. and Waizy Let's go see the Zan
Guys at the Purple Turtle. HOEHNE, KELLY. HOROWITZ
WARREN. HUNT, STEPHEN Guitar Club 1, 3, 4: "This is th
first year l've attended this school and it was the mos
educational and exciting year. l'm glad I decided to atten
this school. HUTCHENS, ROBERT.
JACKSON, JENNIE Volleyball 1, JV 2, 3, Vars. 4: Studen
Council 1, 2: TRA 1. Track Manager 2, Pub. Manager 3: Soft
ball 1, 2: Masque Gt Dagger 1. 2: Ski Club 1: War Party 1
Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "AIiza Shot- See ya at the beach! I'Il ge
us a toaster. baby. Dear friends. tT'A'M'SJ. Be careful a
school - l'll miss you all. Love, Jennie YlNG." JACOBSEN
MICHELLE "Special thanks to Peggy Robertson for all th
little things she has done for me, and the special friend she'l
always be. Love ya Best Buds forever." JACOVO
JOE Wrestling 1. 2, 3, 4: "Thanx to the teachers. Don'
strike - it's not worth it, Set goals high. enjoy hgh scho
while you can. Live fast, die young!" J HNSON
RICKY Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Baseball 1. 2, 3
"See you in five years Lori and JuLynn. Good Luck, aim high
and hey, Let's be careful out there." JONES. CHANDRA
JONES, MICHELLE Choir 1, Concert 2. 3: Key Club 3.
KALCICH, CHARLES. KALCICH, SUZY Basketball 1. JV 2
KAMENCA, ALICIA Math Club Sec. 1. 2: Choir 2, 4: V
Soph. Class 2: Foreign Exchange Student 3: NHS 4, KA
MICHELLE. KAUS, PAT. KEELER, JEFF. KEENAN
JOHN Baseball 1: Football 1: DECA 4: "Now that the part
is over, it's off into the real worId." KELLY, CHRISSY Fla
Corps 1. 2, Capt. Outstanding 3: Vars. Swimming 3,
Wranglers All Star Band 2: Miss Photogenic in Miss TEE
Pageant: "To my special friends who helped me laugh an
smile my way through school, Mary, Lauren. and Paul -
love you. What would I do without you . . . be bored!" KELL
MICHAEL. KENNEDY, PAT. KETNER, DAWN TRA I, 2
Spanish Club 2, 3: Boys' Basketball Stats 2, 3, 4: Chief'
Spirit 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3. Sec. 4: "Thunderbird has give
me the best 4 years of high school life anyone could eve
ask for. I wish the Senior class all the luck in the future
Bomber Squad 4-ever!" KHUBCHANDANI, ZUBIN Scienc
Student of the Month 1: Top 1004 - State Math Contest 1
2. 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 2. 3.4: Perfect Attendance
lst sem. 3. KING, DAVID JV Tennis 3: "To all the gang wh
have survived the years - it's over, now we say hello to th
real world. Goodbye and good luck - we'II all need it." "Kit
chen, Shari." KLINGENSMITH, MARY Volleyball 1: Masqu
8- Dagger 2: AFS 2, Hist. 3, Pres. 4: Close-Up Pres. 3: Mat
Club 3: "A word from the wise: Never work for fast foo
unless you plan on remaining a bum the rest of your life.'
KNUTSON, KAREN Student Council 1: Cross-Country 1. 4
Track 1, 2, 3, 4: TRA 2, 3: German Club 2, 3: NHS 3.4: "Tim
sure flies! lt's been a GREAT 4 years. Now it's time to mov
on and go our separate ways. Thanks for the memories
John - Have a blast!!!" KOCH, MARY TRA 1: Spanish Clu
1, 2: Chief's Spirit 3: HERO 4: "Sharon, I'm glad I had thes
four years of my life to become your friend. You're a grea
person. Good luck always. Friends always, Mary." KOKOSKA
IRK Golf 2, 3, 4, Most Improved 1: Baseball 1, 2: DECA
rezgv 4. KRAJEWSKI, TODD. KUHL, HEATHER. KUZELKA,
LOR, APRIL. LANDEROS, JIM. LANE, DAVID. LAROWE,
IMBERLY. LAUBENSTEIN, MARK French Club 1: DECA
fficer Reporter 4: "Thunderbird holds many memories for
I of us. From freshman chaos to senior spirit. We will all
member the good times and friends we have met in high
hoof. Good luck T-Bird." LEACH, GEORGE Key Club 1, 2,
Hist. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Yearbook Photographer 3, 4: "I
ve only attended Thunderbird for 2 years, I regret not hav-
g spent all 4 years at such a great school," LE FORD, MIT-
H Tri W 1: Chess 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Nodel U.N. 3, Pres. 4:
oodbye." LEE, LORREINE Publish Poem 1: Student
ouncil Justice 3: "lt's always hard to say goodbye to my
lends: The rednecks of Mr. D 81 teachers who loved to ride
e. l've had some great times here. Rednecks keep the
bel flag flying! 'TAZ'." LEMBERG, HOWARD. LEMIEUX, JEF-
EY Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Vars. Football 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4:
chool was great, but life is greater, so to you Thunderbird I
y later! To all my friends, thanks for the good times
pecially you, Danielle, for the best 2 years of my life. Adios
Bird. Love ya, Pepe." LEWIS, TONY. LEYRER, NANCI. LID-
EL, JIMMY. LLANOS, ROBERT.LONG, KEVIN Football 1,
4, MVP 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Baseball 1, 2, 4, MVP
LUCAS, EDDIE Pop Warner Football 2: "Mr, Fachet:
anks for putting up with me for the past 2 years." LUND-
UIST, CARRIE TRA 1, 2, 3: Pom 2, 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3,
ist. 4: NCA Celebrity 3.4: "Tc the scene: These years have
en great! They just wouldn't be the same without crazy,
t good friends like you! Pommies, I Luv U all!! 'OFF THE
ALL' xoxo Carrie."
ACKRAIN, CAROL. MAGRAS, DAVID. MAHL, MARK DECA
: "B e B e." MAIONE, GINA. MALMGREN, KEVIN.
ARCEILL, IXIKE "You're goin' down a 4-lane highway in
ur canoe and all 4 wheels fall off. How many pancakes
es it take to fix your sister's do1g house? True or False?"
ARION, DENNIS Football 1.2: rack 1. 2, 3. 4: Ski Club 3.
ARTIN, DIANA Softball 1: Choir 2, 3, 4, Choir Awards 2,
: "To those who have given part of their lives to Thunder-
rd High School, here is a special thanks to those who made
Bird some of the best years of growing up." MARTIN,
M D810 Club 2: Vars. Chess I, 2, 3, 4. MASON, ROBERT.
AXFIELD, KEVIN. MAYNARD, BUCKY. McCLYMONT.
HERYL Softball 1, 2, 3, Honorable Mention: Basketball 1.
ars. 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention Skyline Division, 2nd Team
League, Defensive Player of the Year: "Later days, T-Bird!
hanks Mom and Dad - Love ya bunches!! hank you
aches. teachers, and friends - l'll miss you!"
CDONALD, TAMARA TRA 1, 2, 3: Swim Team 2: Softball
: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: "Friends are tlje
eatest, l'll love you forever, get a job Michael, It s
che,Shone is great. Too much fun. I'm LDS. Look out
orld, later days I'm gone, '85'." McDOWELL, JOHN Portal
ip 4, McGILL, ROCHELLE Speech Club 1: TRA 1, Sec. 2.3:
usiness Student of the Month 3: Chief's Spirit 3: Honor Roll
3 DECA 3, 4: "Thanks to all of my friends and teachers for
aking my 4 years at Thunderbird the best, I wish all of my
hoolmates great success in the gears to come. CHA-CHA. '
CGOWAN, DANIEL. McGRATH, HARON Spanish Club 1.
: TRA 1, 2: Science Club I, 2, 3: Chief's Spirit 3: HERO 4:
l've met a lot of people who are teachers and friends.
lot of these people are very special to me. I was lucky to
ave met each one of these 8eople." MCNUTT, JOAN.
EDINA, MICHELLE. MELILL , MARYANN. MESHAY,
AMES Baseball I, 2: Ski Club 1, 2. 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4:
olf 1. 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: NHS 4: "ln the future, look
ack at Thunderbird and remember what dedication we all
ut in. Enjoy it, life gets harder, also hard work brings on bet-
r rewards." MIDDLETON, RENEE TRA 1, 2: Softball 1. 2,
: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish
lub 4. MILAM, KARLYN. MINER, MICHAEL. MINKO,
URT Wrestling 1: Football Outstanding Offensive Lineman
. JV Outstanding Defensive Lineman, Vars. 3, Capt. 4: "l,
urt Minko, being of sound mind and body, hereby leave my
harm and hitting ability to Paul Schlink and Brian Webb. '
IRANDA, MAR Band 1, Regional Band 2, 3, All State
and 2, 3. Louis Armstrong Award 3: ASU Honor Band 3, 43
ec. 4: Chief's Spirit 4. MONKMAN, DAVID Computer Club
:Tennis 1: Golf 1.4: Spanish Club 2: Diving 2: Science Club
P 3, Treas. 4: NHS 4: "FINALLY MOOJEN, JOHN.
OORE, CINDY French Club 1: DECA 4: "These past 4
ears have gone by fast. I'm glad I'm out of school but l'll
eall miss all my friends. l-lang in there and take it easy."
OORE, LEE Latin Club 1: Ski Club 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2:
aseball 2, 3, 4, Mgr, 1. MORGAN, TRAVIS Soccer 2:
Since '84 is dead and gone. '85 is partying on. When '85 is
ead and gone '86 will keep it strong.' MORSE, JEFF.
ULLINS, LORI Chief's Spirit 3: Ski Club 4: "To my little lt-
y, I will always love you. To my Lorregano baby goochness.
ou're my bestest friend in the whole world, ASU lookout! Hi
anky! Loves to you. Me." MURPHY, CATHY Softball 1, 2,
: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2: NHS 3, 4: Spanish Club
:"Hey, it's been fun! Good luck in the real world Bi the best
f success with your new lives. Remember, be yinurself
ecause it's your only way of being unique," YERS,
EFF Basketball 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: "To all my friends:
ake care and remember all the good times we have had. T-
ird football rules 1985."
EEL, ALLISON State Flute Competition Winner 1: Band 1,
.3. Drum Major 4, Regionals 1, 2, 3, State 2, 3, ASU Honor
and 2, 3: NHS 3. 4: "It seems as though I snapped my
ngers the first day of my freshman year and here I am
stening to the ring. Scattered in my memory lie special
iends and events, but for some reason. I vividly remember
ach and every one of my teachers," NEIGHBORS,
ELISSA Softball 1, 2. 3, 4: French Society 1, 2. 3: Student
ouncil Treas. 1: Track 2, 3, Cross-Country 2, 3, 4: "There is
othing anyone can say. It is over. May you never have to
ooky or go to the fair alone, Love and God Bless. xoxo."
EIGHBORS, MINDY Softball 1: Student Council Pres. 1:
rench Club 1, 2: Cross-Country 2: COE 4: Chief Spirit 4:
The hassles are finally over. Thanks so much to all those
ho made these years glide by in laughter and goodtimes,
ay God be with you throughout your lives aIways."
ELSON, GRACE. NELSON, PAUL. NELSON, TINA.
EWCOMB, PAUL. NICHOLSON. SCOTT Ski Club 1, 2, 3:
olf Team MVP 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Football 3, JV Football 2.
ORTHROUP, KEN Football 1: Varsity Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4:
ki Club 4: Track 3: "fCoachl Franovich: this is for all the
lling and laps you made me swim, Let's race someday,
on't call me, l'll call you, Love, your til Backstroker."
BERHANSLI, KIM Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1,
, 3, 4: Spirit Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Student Council 1,
: Softball 2, 3: Basketball I: Badminton 2, 3, Captain 4.
'CONNER, MICHAEL. ORTIZ, CECILIA. ORTIZ, CELIA.
OSTER, STEPHANIE Choir 1: Mat Minders 1, 2: Choir
Leadership Award 2, Choir Sparkplug Award 3, Choir 4: COE
4: "I am glad I am out! To this school I leave my punky
brothers and sister. You can have them. Good Luck!" OR-
CHARD, DAVID Football 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Spirit Club 3, 4.
OSTER, WARREN OTTOLENGHI, ALBERTO Chief Spirit 4:
Ski Club 4: AFS 4: "Thanks for teaching me to play new
games! Venitemi A Trouare in Italia! Ciao!
PARK, ROBIN Spanish Club 1: Ski Club 1, 4: Sec. TRA 1, 2.
3: Chief's Spirit 4, Principal's List 3: "To tigger - Toto, l
don't think we're in Kansas anymore -- Love Pooh. PARKIN,
ANN-MARIE. PEARCE, MICHAEL. PEARY, BOB. PENHALL,
SUSAN. PENTON, ROGER Ambassador Club 2, 3: Key Club
2, 3: Masque and Dagger 2, 3, 4: "Camelot" 3: "Wizard of
OZ" 2. PERKINS, ERIK Rotarian of the Month 3: Baush and
Lomb Science Award 3: AHA Heart Seminars 3: Science Stu-
dent of the Month 3: Portal 4: Model UN 4: NHS 4: "lf it
doesn't float, it's deadwood: L,A.B," PERKINS,
GREG Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Chief Spirit 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3.
4. PIERSON, TANYA TRA 1: War Party 1: Base Bunnies
DECA 3, 4: Ski Club 4, PERRY, RONALD. PHIPPS, RUSSELL.
PINGLETON, CHERYL TRA 1, 2.3: Badminton 2. 3: Ski Club
1, 2, 3, 4, V.P: "What if there was a war and nobody showed
W? Hang in there Gowensl To the never-ending weekend -
emorial weekend! Here comes the sun! Nelson, Pead, Hill,
Gowens xoxoxo. PINSKY, CYNTHIA. PIPIA, ANTHONY. PITT-
MAN, KELLY. PLAIN, JOHN. PLUMLEY, MICHAEL. PRICE,
DAVID. PURSELL, VIKKI.
RAPP, LAUREN DECA 4: "Chrissy, Cindy, Beth, and Paul
Boyd, Thanks for making my last year in high school the
best, Thank you Chrissy for always being there! You're the
best. Love a, Lauren." RATNER, STUART Soccer 2, 3,
Capt. 4. REKDE, GREGORY Masque and Dagger 1, 2, 3, 4:
Ambassadors 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, VP 4: Key Club 3, VP 4:
NHS 3, Hist. 4: "Thunderbird '85 - Times were good, times
were bad. People were happy, people were sad. Although
some were good, and some were bad, it's still the best time
we had. See you at the movies!!" REED, GLENN. REEVES,
KEVIN. REGAN, DONALD. REILLY, JOHN Weightlifting 1, 2,
3, 4: Football 1, 2: "To everyone in the school, don't let the
teachers put you in the 'LAST IN LlNE'." REILLY, MICHAEL.
REZNIK, KIRK. RIDDIFORD, CAROLYN French Club 1, 2:
TRA 1, 2: Softball 1, 2, 3: Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3:
4: NHS 3, 4. RIDGWAY, NANCY Choir 1, 2, 3: Masque and
Dagger 1. 2, Treas. 3. 4: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council
3, Treas. 2: NHS 3, 4: "Live life one day at a time and learn to
love it, That is the most important learning of all. Thanks
Mac. Break a Leg - class of 1985!" RITCHE, GAIL. ROBERT,
SUSAN French Club 1: Spanish Club 3: COE 4: "I would like
to thank all my teachers and staff for 4 years of putting
knowledge in me for my future needs. It has been a great
four years and I will miss it." ROBERTSON, PEGGY "lt's
been real, it's been fun, but it hasn't been real fun! I want to
thank Michelle Jacobsson especially! If it hadn't been for
you, I wouldn't have graduated. Luv yal" ROBIDOUX, LINDA.
ROCHETTE, LEO French Club 2: Swim Team Asst. 2: BETA
Club Attendant 2, 3, 4: NHS 4: Prom Committee 4: Jr. Con-
cessions 4: "Though my high school years have spanned
four different high schools, I have spent the most significant
here at Thunderbird. Within the boundaries of my high
school education - the goals for the future appear within
m reach. I shall succeed." ROEDEL, ELLEN. ROLLAND,
CORKY. ROPER, SCOTT Baseball 1: Track 4. ROTH, JEN-
NIFER Base Bunnies 4: "l've had fun my 3 years at
Thunderbird. l'd like to say don't push it - life is too fast.
Take the time to see your past and enjoy your future."
ROUTERY, DENISE "After four years of homework. tests.
and hard work, I finall made it!! Thanks to all who heged me
through it. Class of 19y85 Rules!!" ROWER, TAMMY cience
Club 1: AFS 2: French Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: Key Club 3,
4: Portal Club 4. RUBIN, MICHAEL. RUSSELL, BRIAN.
SACKS, JENNIFER "Thunderbird was a blast, l'll miss it.
And good luck to all the upcomin seniors." SAMPIERE,
PATRICIA. SAVILLE, DAVID. SAYEEH, LAILA "Since '84
once was here, we watched it slowly disappear. In '85 we
must go on, the future is tough, the past is gone. In '85 we
will survive! Laila," SCHWEITZER, TRACY French Club 1, 2:
TRA 1. 2: Dance Club 2, 3, 4: Pom 3, 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4:
"After attending Thunderbird four years, I'm going to have a
hard time saying goodbye, l'll never forget my friends, ex-
periences, or parties that made life excitin SCOTT,
SHERRI Yearbook classes 2, 3, 4: HERO Sec. SESSION,
LORI French Club 1, 2: TRA 1, 2, 3: Vars. Diving 1, 2:
Publications Club Sec. 2: Vars, Track 2, 3, 4: Newspaper
Sports Editor 2. 3: JV Volleyball 3: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: Key
Club 3, 4: Jr. Class Treas. 3: Student Body Sec, 4: Big Chief
Mascot 4: "lt's been 4 long years. We've proved we all can
survive, and the school can never forget the awesome class
of '85. Good luck and have a great life!" SHAFFER, DAVID.
SHAFFER, ERIC. SHANNON, L NDA French Club l, 2: Ke
Club 2, 3: NHS 3, 4. SHELTON, JEFF Wrestling 1, 2, 3.
Track 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: "Thanks for a great senior
year. teachers. You have done a great job teaching. And to
all my friends who haven't graduated - 'Good Luck.'
Amber: 'I LOVE YOU very much'." SHEPPARD, CYN-
THIA French Club 3: Choir 4, SHERWOOD, JEFFREY.
SHIBLER, BOBBIE Band 4: Flag Corps 4: "My first and last
year at THS was great. Make the best of your Sr. year, it's
the only Sr. year you have." SHORE, LEE Track 1: Football
I, 2, 3.4: "lt's been a great four years, I'm going to miss all
the people. but life goes on. The years seem like they just
whizzed by. lt's been real. Later on!" SHORT, TERI Speech
Team Treas. 1, 2, VP 2: Latin Club 2, Treas. 3:COE Treas. 4.
SHULDA, TODD Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: "To
all of my good friends are these words, 'friends are friends
forever if the lords the lord of them, and a friend will not
sa? never cause the welcome will not end'." SHUMAKER,
M CHAEL. SIEFKEN, KERRI. SIGGINS, JUDITH. SIKORA,
STEPHANIE. SIMMONS, KENDRA. SIMONDS, TIM. SIMP-
SON, KATHRYN. SKOUSEN, BILL. SLEVIN, STACEY TRA 1,
2, 3: Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Club 3: Chief's Spirit 4: "Hey
Catiwo, Tanya Pic, Sher Bear, Niger, Carey, and the Frick,
it's been a wild year. Remember to always stay wild and
crazy women. Know more K. wron forever. Fritz."
SLOWIKOWSKI, STANLEY. SLUSKI, KFMBERLY. SMITH,
CAMI. SMITH, HEATHER Drama Club 1: Marching Band 1:
Baton Twirler 2: Sganish Club 3, 4: "Later Much!! Bye Ali!"
SMITH, JENNIFE . SMITH, KENNETH. SMITH, PAUL.
SMITH, WILLIAM. SNEE, GARY HERO Hist. 4. SRAJER,
TONY Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4: "Good-B e." STAAB, LYN-
DA Language Student of the Month 1: 'lkennis 1, Capt. 2, 3,
4: Science Student of the Month 2: NHS 4: "Thanks - Vikki,
Mary - You're the best." STATON, DEREK Soccer 1.2, 3,
4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: "I hope everyone will live a good life
after high school. The '85' class will be the best Thunderbird
has ever put out." STEINPORT, AMY. STEINWEG,
TRACIE Ski Club 1, 2, 3: TRA 1, 2. 3: Badminton 1, 2, 3.
Capt, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, Capt, 4: Track 1, 2, 4: Chief's Spirit
4: "T-Bird has given me the best 4 years. Thanks everyone
for makingnit great. I love you C.S. Good luck D.P. BfF4A -
Pen uin, rears and Bomber Squad Forever S IAK,
AMQ STOOPS, ERIK. STREICH, JACK. SUSSEX, ALFRED.
SUTTON, CHRISTINA Competitive Ice Skating 1, 2:
Thought Inc. 1, 2, 3, Treas.: Writers Guild 1, 2, 3. V :Chief's
Spirit 3, 4: Key Club 4: Phoenix Honors Cotillion 4: "Thanks
for all the things you've taught me about life. Lori - Thanks
for being there no matter what. lt has been more than fun!!
P.S. Jim - Te amo!" SWEET, MIKE Vars. Football 3, 4:
Vars. Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Vars. Baseball 3, 4: Wrestling Div.
Champ, McClintock Champ, 3rd in Peoria, Valuable Wrestler
3: "Thank You all teachers for the care that you all put in the
past 4 years. And a special Thank You to my favorite person
in the world, Coach Dora. who taught me how to respect the
people around you," SWIFT, JEFFREY.
TANNER, VANESSA. TARDIF, SHARON French Club 1:
Journalism fAward for the Most Imaginative Writerl 3:
Newspaper 3: DECA 4: "Hey, bud, later days!" TEEL, CYN-
THIA. TELLEZ, JOHN. THIESSE, JAMES. THOMAS, DAVID.
THOMPSON, CRAIG. THUNSTEDT, GAYLE German Club 1.
2, 3, 4: Student Council Sec. 1, Senator 4:Track 1, 4: Cheer
JV 2, Vars. Co-Capt. 3, 4: NHS 3, Sec. 4: Optimist of the
Month 4. TIFFANY, TEGWIN. TRENHEISER, LORI Volleyball
1: Latin Club 1, 2: TRA 1, 2: Ski Club 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4:
HOC 4. TRICHILO, CARL.
VALENTINE, STEPHANIE Softball 1: Spanish Club 2: Key
Club 3: "T-Bird High was a definite experience! I learned how
to communicate with people and better accept people who
were different from me and had different ideas, I learned,
and at the same time I grew." VANSPRIELL, SEAN Basket-
ball 1: Track 1, 4: Football JV 2, Vars. 4: "tDadI Dejanovich
- I would want to come back to school just to play football
for ou tthe best year of my high school yearsl. Sean
Vangpriell rt7O," VARNER, MIKE Football 1: Wrestling 3.
VENETZ, BRIAN Wilderners 1: Math Student of the Month
1: Chess 3, 4, Silver Medal at State Chess Tournament 3:
"Nuke the Ftussiansl" VENTURINI, WILLIAM. VISCONTI,
LISA. VOLLMER, DAWN Mat Maids 3: COE 4: "Conan Cary.
Have a great year. Don't let the air get away from you or else
there won't be an thinaleft. Ha!! Can'you believe I'm gone?
LYLAS, Dawn." vdss, ARY. VRIJEN OEK, PETER. Foreign
exchange student from Sweden.
WADDELL, DARREN Photo Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 4: Year-
book 2: "For the past three years I kept saying, 'I can't wait
to get out of high schooI,' but now it's sort of sad to see it
end, but we seniors must go on in our lives and strive for ex-
cellence as we have in high school. Good luck to all and enjoy
life." WAGNER, LARRY Basketball 1, 2: Guitar I, 2, 3, 4.
WALKER, CINDY. WALKER. JAMES. WALKER, LARRY.
WALLACE, TAMI. WALLEN, MIKE Football Capt, 4: "Keep
on with what you're doing, except the 'dead meat' people.
Coach Dora, take it slower from the New Year Boy. And keep
up with those gui shots." WARNER, RANDALL German
Club 1. 2, 4: NH 4: Speech Club 3, 4: "l came here 4 long
years ago, young and scared and new: And finally it's time to
go - o long hunderbird, Adeiu! Thanx for everything!"
WARREN, KATIE Mas ue and Da er 3, 4: Ski Club 3: NHS
4. WAYNE, ROBERT Choir 1, Zggand 1. 2, 4, Louis Arm-
stronlg Award 3: Masque and Dagger 4: Chief's Spirit 4.
WEA ER, WENDE. WEBSTER, SUSI "Remember: The cold
knocked us out to it, whatfl M.F. tl know he's trying to kill
meth me 8: Steph in all that trouble, Jailed for Van Halen eek
a bug, bobbeee a bug! all those birthday wknds, right Steph?
Young boy scam agaree with L.A. tickle hill forever." WELCH,
JIMMY. WELLS, ALAN "Think big and don't wait to do
something that you could do right now because you might
not be around long enou h to do it." WERMES, ROBE T.
WEYANDT. DAWN TRA 2: French Club 3, 4, Publicity
Manager 2: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "l've enjoyed Thunderbird. I
thank all the teachers who have helped me, Because of their
enthusiasm, l'll be an enthusiastic teacher too." WHIPPLE,
MICHAEL Boys' State 3: Wrestling 3, 4: FBLA 3, 4, Pres..
State VP: NHS 4. WHITE, MICHAEL. WIER, KEN Football 2:
"Good luck in the future to all my friends. Thanks to J.M. for
trying to make me more civilized. Now if I could ony gret him
to like Hank J.R." WIERMAN, SHERRI. WILLIAMS, A RICK.
WILMOTH, JAMIE. WILSON, BRIAN. WILSON, DAVID.
WILSON, DONALD German Club 1: Ski Club I, 3: Track 1, 2,
4: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, 4: "l'd like to thank
everyone at Thunderbird for 4 great years and give special
thanks to Mr. Kissel for the wood skills which I will use for a
lifetime." WINGHAM, ALICE French Club 1, 2, 3: Key Club
2: AFS 2: Swimming 2: "Hey T-Bird! Keep it live! Mr. Biology
- you are a true winner! l'd like to say "Movin Yeah!
Groovin. . . Yeah" to my bestest budd -nal Heather! See you
at NAU. Always a friend, Ali." WI KLER, MICHELLE.
WINTER, ANNE Basketball 1: TRA 1, 2, Treas. 3: Volleyball
I. 2, 3.4: Chief's Spirit 3, Treas. 4: NHS 3.4: Spanish Club 4:
"Dearest Candi 8. Barbi - The gruesome threesome will
forever be remembered, l'll always love you guys - Bunni
P.S. See ya at the beach AND beware of lizzard Iws seeking
boylriends." WINTERMANTEL, BETH restling
Cheerleader 1, 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Newspaper 3. Editor 4:
Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Ambassadors Club 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4:
Key Club 4: Chief's Spirit 4: "We finally made it! Now life real-
ly begins! Thanks to all my friends who have helped me when
I reallyjneeded them. Good luck in the future, I love ya!"
WOLFE, CATHLENE "Hey Buds! We've been through a lot.
sharing, caring, partying, dating, and fighting. Some pretty
wild times. Tanya, Sherri, Stacey. Teri, and Carey e I love
ya all! Sincerely, Cathy Wolfe." WOMACK, CHRIS Math Stu-
dent of the Month 2: Music Student of the Month 2: "We
should leave with good feelings towards classmates and
teachers, remembering that all we have met in the last four
years helped to make us the person we are." WOODS,
YACKS, STEVEN. YATES, DAVID. YOUNG, DUSTIN Track I.
2, 3: Student Council 2. Jr. Class Pres. 3, Student Body Pres.
4: Swimming 3: NHS 3.4: Big Chief Mascot 4: Exchange Stu-
dent to Switzerland After Graduation: "The door closes on
four wonderful years we shall always remember. But with
this we face an open door, behind which lies innumerable
years of even greater prosperity and enjoyment."
ZANNONI, DONNA TRA 1. 2: Dance Manager 3: Vars. Track
I, 4: Student Council 1, 2, Jr. Class VP 3, Student Body VP 4:
Cheer JV 2, Vars. Treas. 3, Capt. 4: Most Outstanding Leader
3: NHS 3. Treas. 4: Chief's Spirit 3, Sec. 4: Optimist of the
Month 4: "lt's been great! Lots of luck and happiness in your
future years Love, Donna - 'the spaz' - Z."
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In Loving Memory of Jon Brice
September 5, 1967 - March 27, 1985
Do not stanJ at my grave 6-' weepg I am not there -
I Jo not sleep.
I am a thousanJ winJs that hlowg I am the JiamonJ
glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on enJless seas, 6-' the spring rain
through tears you see.
When you awahen in the morning's hushg I am the swift
uplifting rush of quiet hirJs in circleJ flightg
I 'm the hrightest star at night.
Do not stanJ at my grave anJ cryg I am not there -
I JiJ not Jie.
Z hoyish grin - a wave of his hanJg showeJ jon was a
sensitive, caring young man.
gall in stature - somewhat shyg all who hnew him still
He chose to hurJen himself insteaJ of his frienJs,' while
inwarJly wrestling with hecoming a man.
.7l Jangerous age - mis-unJerstooJg we all feel the pain
6-' mayhe we shoulJ - '
Of worJs left unsaiJ, a phone call not placeJg
a praise '
or a love coulJ erase.
go Jill a voiJ, unloch a minJ - hring his soul out of the
rain 6-' huy more time.
I-le wasn't a star hut neeJeJ to shine - we may never
know what thunJereJ through his minJ on that Jayg or
what prohlems came to hear that swept his lf: away . . .
But the music playeJ, 6-' the lights grew Jim 6-' the
powerful shot hollereJ out for him.
It maJe people thinh -
It maJe people cry -
It hrought people together 6-' maJe frienJs try -
Without worJs jon helpeJ others in this way.
I-lis spirit is alive frrever we pray.
Written hy .Couie .7lllison
Jon D. Brice, 17, a senior at Thunderbird High School, died
March 27, 1985, at his Phoenix residence.
Mr. Brice was born in Phoenix. He was a member of the
DECA program at the high school.
Survivors include his parents, Betty and Davidg a brotherg and
In Memory of Dianna Thompson
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
May 10, 1968
March 22, 1985
"Precious in the sight of the
Lord is the death of His Saints"
- LOVE -
Love is an echo,
an imprisoning future
of tender feelings.
Dianna Marie Thompson
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Clockwise From Above: Princess Diana gave birth to Prince Harry in late 1984. The photo shows Prince Charles
and his son, two-year old Prince William.
After years of civil war, elections were held in El Salvador in 1984. Jose Napoleon Duarte was elected President
in what international observers called the most open and free election in that country in 50 years. The photo
shows a soldier reading a newspaper at the Rio Lempa checkpoint near El Salvador, the headline was "There is
Faith in the Electoral Process."
The United States Marines arrived in Beirut in 1982. Lebanon was torn by Civil war and foreign invasion, In 1984
when the Marines left, more 260 Marines were dead, Lebanon was still at war with most of its territory occupied
by foreign troups and its government tottering. The price of President Reagan's commitment was too high and
the Marines left Beirut.
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games to one, The Chicago Cubs came close to getting into the series but the
Padres won. In the American League, the Kansas City Royals lost in the playoffs to
the Tigers. The photo shows Kirk Gibson of Detroit jumping for joy after scoring in
game five. Darrell Evans is the on-deck hitter.
l Id d four silver medals, Scott Hamilton won a gold in the men's figure skating and Steve Mahre won
Winter Olympics in Yugoslavia saw the United States win our go an
gold medal in the Giant Slalom skiing event.
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ries the ball on his way to setting the record for rushing. He broke the record of
12,312 held by Jim Brown.
The United States did very well in the Summer Olympics, winning 83 gold medals, 61 silver and 30 bronze. Carl Lewis won four gold medals -the 100 meters, the 20
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meters, the four 100 meter relay and the long jump. Mary Lou Retton won the all-round gold medal and led the gymnastic team to a silver medal: she also won bronze
medals for the floor exercise and the uneven parallel bars and took a silver medal for the vault. The-Soviet Union and other Communist countries boycotted the Summe
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Cutest Couple: Danielle Forcelli and Jeff Lemieux. Most Spirited: Donna Zannoni and Dustin Young
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taff which was very difficult Gregg was not only our boss but our friend.
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Photo Editor: Todd Krajewski: Copy Staff, Alissa Clarke:
Cecilia Castro: Copy and Photo Staff, Alyssa Chait, Julie
Schweitzer: Photo Staff, Bill Thayer: Photo Staff and
Sports Editor, Andy George: Photo Staff, Tawn Albright:
Copy Editor, Robin Wolff: Layout Editor and Photo Staff,
Michelle Moore: Assistant Editor, Kristen Mikkelsen:
Business Manager, Katia VanHulle: Photo Staff Leslie Ter-
rell, Michelle Bagly: Copy and Photo Staff, Margaret
Plumely: Copy Staff, Janine Demme: Photo Staff, Kelly
Pennypacker and George Leach: Business Manager, Lee
Jacobs. Not Pictured: Photo Staff, K. C. Grim.
"Off the Wall," inspired by an undersized volunteei
staff, was put together through sheer devotion anc
school spirit. Without a sponsor until the summer of '84
the yearbook staff could not be finalized until the first o'
the school year. Driven by sponsor Richard Gross, we
spent long hours meeting several deadlines until its com
pletion on February 22, 1985. We, the staff, assistants
and photographers, worked very hard to distribute
yearbook of which to be proud and remember for years
to come. We sincerely hope you enjoy "Off the Wall."
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us when we truly needed it. We are
grateful for everything he has done
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him back. Here is a look at Mr. Gross
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Senior Mike Sweet iPhoto: K. C. Grimj Senior Bucky Maynard, All-State Champion. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
All-State Wrestlers 115
Soccer ranked 5th
Coaches Johnson 84 Harkleroad receive Skyline
Coaches of the Year awards: 8 players also receive
Stuart Ratner strides toward the oncoming ball during state tourna-
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Casey Curtiss sets to pass to forward Mark Ireland: T-Bird lost 2-1 in the
State semiafinals to Salpoint, eventual State champs.
Front Row: M. Caplan CAII B-League Honorable Mentionb, S. Ratner
B-League Honorable Mentionj, J. Moon tAll Divisionalb, M. Ireland
Divisionalj. Back Row: B. Barnett tAll B-Leagueb, D. Hunt CAII
Honorable Mentionj, L. Percic CAI! B-League Honorable Mentionj.
Pictured: K. Narveson CAII B-League Honorable Mentionj,
Kent Narveson heads the ball up field against Salpointe in Tucson
Chiefs finished second in League and second in Divisionals.
Steve Prokopek speeds past Salpointe defender for T-Bird's goal.
Photos by: A. Georgej
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teacher Mrs. Boudreaux speaks to yunior Becky Davis during 4th
CPhoto: M. Mooreh
Learning Skills teacher, Miss Gaston, relaxes for a few minutes during a
Writing for college teacher. Miss Carlos, attacks her student, senior
Gregg Gerber, after school. iPhoto: M. Moorej
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day. iPhoto: M. Bagleyy
Second lunch students work their way to the finish line during the wheelbarrow race.
iPhoto: G. Leachj
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The students of second lunch compete in the three-legged race. iPhoto: G.
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"Hey are they cool or what?" Junior Dave Price, Seniors Doug Freeman and Jay Meshay show off Pom girl Chris Watkins tries her hand at
their ski attire. iPhoto: G. Leachj cheeringlduring the pom and cheer "switch"
at the spirit assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachb
Albright and Russell Brown smile proudly about their ac- "Ski pants on a sunny day in Phoenix?" Mr. Sue models
on the slopes. iPhoto: M. Moorey his ski pants. CPhoto: M. Bagleyj
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State competitions motivate
Senior Donna Zannoni prepares to auction off junior At the spirit assembly senior Danielle Forcelli portrayed the homecoming queen during the
Kristan Chorpenning for slave day. iPhoto: G. Leach? pom and cheer presentation of "The Homecoming Queen s Got a Gun' By Julie Brown
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iPhoto: G. Leachj
Students at second lunch participated in the three legged
race. iPhoto: G. Leachb
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Education teachers Mrs. Marcum and Ms. Gallegos get ready
Mr. Jeffries, English teacher, helps Frank Gambino with his assignment
iPhoto: A. Gambinoj
Mr. Harkleroad is assisting a student while repairing Mr. Johnson's
-- truck. iPhoto: G. Leachj '
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and more teachers.
French teacher Miss Ladenburg brings French culture to Phoenix from
her podium. iPhoto: P. Williamsb
Mr, Noice prepares a health film for first hour. iPhoto: A. Chaitb
Journalism teacher Mrs. Franovich grades papers during class. iPhoto
Mrs. Darling types out a computer program. iPhoto: T. Albrightb
e teacher Mr. Brown records grades after school. iPhoto: K. C.
World History teacher Mr. Dickson "attacks" one of his students,
Sharla Goetz. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
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readinga magazine. iPhoto: K. Foglej
United States History teacher Mr. Heaps organizes his overheads.
iPhoto: K. Foglej
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school. iPhoto: G. Leachj
General Business teacher Mrs. Pappas prepares her notes for class.
Business and math teacher Mr. Burke lectures his Basic Algebra class.
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United States History teacher Mrs. Adams takes a break to smile for the
camera. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Kristine Carson looks through a drawing book for some
iPhoto by: L. Terrellj
Junior Tawn Albright in a fit of anger flings his face against an unsuspec-
Danielle Price sits down to read a good book. iPhoto by: T. Albrightj
After school is a perfect time for sophomores Cindy Beeson and Alicia Jackson to "Shoot the
breeze." CPhoto by: J. Dugganb
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to load up on books for the night's work.
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can do it, Mr. Doerrer!" iPhoto by: K. Foglej Other?"
Goung up for a lay-up is Brian Booker, sophomore.
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1 Pulling up for a jump shot, Joe Carter made two points for Thunderbird.
V Ch ' P ole takes the ball up court.
im Palmer tries a hook shot. iPhoto: K. O. Grimj Sunnyslope vs. Thunderbirds J , ns o
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with the victory. iPhoto: T. Krajewskiy
Varsity basketball player, 335 Joe Carter, goes for a jump shot at
Christmas Tournament. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerb
In the basketball game against Washington, Danny Brinton goes for a free throw. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
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Joe Fields warms up his pitching arm during practice.
Rob Llanos reconsiders his track commitment after a haro workout.
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The Chiefs display excellent skill on the
Track season started out with daily afternoon practices. This high jumper gets ready for the upcoming
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K' pennypacken Did it realLv help? Even after the gates to Burger King and the
were closed litter is still a problem on Thunderbird's campus.
Mrs. Pappas points out answers to problems for Tim Anthonise and Ken Crouch.
Senior Andy Frus tries to get a grip on his opponent during a heated
match. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Malntalmng control over has opponent Andy Frus goes for a victory. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Junior Brad Smith reaches for his leg in an effort to gain
an advantage. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Demonstrating wrestling techniques. at
the winter assembly is Bucky Maynard Trying for a take down, Darrell Wallace gains two points, while the referee gets into the act. iPhoto K
and Mike Sweet. iPhoto: G. Leachy Grim,
The varsity wrestling team,
coached by Ron Jepsen, won the
Skyline Division Dual Meet Team
Championship. The 13 team
members competed against 12
other teams. The team defeated
Prescott and Deer Valley in the
semi-finals, and won over Moon
Valley for the championship. Er-
nie Dora and Bill Gilsinger assist
with varsity coaching duties.
Fighting for an advantage, Joe Safa Con topj twists his opponent during practice
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Mrs. Schonaerts confronts a student.
iPhoto: L. Terrellj
Some teenagers just can't stay off the telephone! Senior Pat Kennedy
makes a phone call during Mrs. Sweet's class. iPhoto: J. Dugganj
Smoke Out Day was celebrated November 15th by Mr. Thrasher's secretary, Bonnie Greene,
makes her way through a nicotineless day. iPhoto: R. Grossj
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plete freshman four year plans before winter break. iPhoto: L. Terrellj E 5 E
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tunity to talk of the days' plans. QPhoto: M. Bagleyj
"Getting Comfortable," Mary Avenson taking a snooze before class.
iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Taking time out before class, Paul Bummer finishes his homework
his 3rd hour Algebra class. iPhoto: T. Albrightb
Mark Trombino plays the role of Thomas Michael Cornelius Banks Ill at
1st assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachj
gift-wrapped locker shows that holiday spirit is on Thunderbird's Cam- Santa's little elves visit Thunderbird's campus to bring holiday cheer,
us again. iPhoto: R. Grossj Pictured are Kurt Minko, Amy Greene, and Kelly Pittman.
The band plays a few Christmas tunes at the first Assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachb
Holiday assemblies prepare students
for winter break.
Advanced drama students K. C.
Grim, Mary Avenson, and Becky
Davis, perform plays for the
Freshmen English classes, before
the winter break. iPhoto K.
Vocal Ensemble and Concert Choir, sing the songs of Christmas, during the Christmas assembly
Drama Students add visual effects to the
choralaires version of The Twelve Days of
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Along with being Student Government Advisor, leadership teacher Mr.
the help of her computers, Mrs. Nancy Volz produces the five week Shone also has peer tutoring responsibilities. iPhoto: K. C. Grlmb
reports. iPhoto: P. Williamsb
Like clockwork, Mr. P and Mr. D plan one of their famous simulations. iPhoto: J. Duggan!
Statesman that he is, Mr. Purdy strikes a patriotic
pose. iPhoto: J. Dugganj
Teachers, our fountain of knowledge.
Our famous Freshman Science teacher, Practicing what he preaches, Mr. Dora "Maxes Out" during his prep period. iPhoto: P. Williamsj
Mr. Storey, studies a worksheet. QPhoto:
New to Thunderbird this year Mr. Fisher quickly adapts to computer printing
and scheduling headaches. CPhoto: L. Walkerj
First base keeps Tracy Steinweg on her toes. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
Helping softball achieve a high win season, Jennifer Nygard winds up
against Greenway. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
Nothing but homeruns for this year's
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At home plate Anna Bivins watches out for Thunderbird. iPhoto: K.
Pennypackerl Softball gets underway and Kristi Bialik shows off veteran form
Greenway. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
Pre-game conference for varsity softball sees coach Ogborne conducting a strategy session. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerb
Giving a surprised look, Mr. Fachet works with Tim Welch, Becky
Detweiler' and Sean Vansprien' cphoto: P' Williams, Government teacher Mr. Purdy challenges Greg Reade to work out his
problem. iPhoto: K. C. Grimb
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Ready and waiting for the next fire drill, Aristotle stands quietly in the
corner of Mr. Prochnau's science room. iPhoto: A. Chaitj
Eight is not enough because it takes nine guys to fill the picture during a fall fire drill. iPhoto: T. Albrighty
Student David Benzing looks intently at cells during a lab in Mr.
Prochnau's class. iPhoto: P. Williamst
Teacher Mrs. Obye, enjoys teachin students the fin
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This picture has it ally students, pride, and Thunderbird High. iPhoto by:
Good teaching and cooperative
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Taking time out during her prep hour, Mrs. Emmons enjoys a little
Senior Doug Freeman gets "creamed" while practicing for
freshman Christmas program. QPhoto: A. Georgeh
"Mr. AtIas," Corky Rolland shows off his muscles during
class. iPhoto: J. Landerosj
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In soccer's 4-1 drubbing of Cortez, Mark ireland and Steve Prokopek follow the score by senior Derek Staton. iPhoto: A. Georgej
"ls this a new fashion trend?" Hungry for candy, John Humphrey goes
Stacy Dixon's purse during his 7th hour English class. iPhoto:
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about her 7th hour class with Mr. Aylward. iPhoto: M. Plumleyj
Giving blood seems to have put Tina Nelson in a different state of mind.
iPhoto: A. Chaitj
Giving a grin, Senior Shea Brock very proudly displays his marshmallow
man after school. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
"Aren't things getting carried away!" Melissa Lynn, and Robin Te
give Jim Landeros a lift between classes.
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Freeman on class work. CPhoto: J. Dugganj
In an English class, Donnie Pruett practices writing paragraphs
future use. CPhoto: T. Albrighty
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time. iPhoto: T, Albrightj
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"Who you gonna call? Trashbusters!" "High noon and all is welI?!"
Lockers added their share to the litter problem on campus. iPhoto: A.
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Trashbusters was organized to keep the campus clean and promote a
good attitude toward campus and community beautification. CPhoto: L.
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Troy Allen cleans up the 19th Avenue entrance after school. iPhoto: L. Benickij
college night gives Thunderbird students a chance to learn
sums it all up. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
handsome smile has been seen on Thunderbird's campus for three years. We hope that our principal Mr. Fred Skoglund will
tay with us for the future years. iPhoto: T. Albrightj
Uf1ivefSifieSa"0veffhe C0Unffv-4Ph0f01K- Pennypackeo What are seventh hour classes like at Thunderbird? Kevin Hambicki
English teacher Mrs. Schonaerts lectures her 3-4 class. iPhoto: P.
bring student and faculty outdoors. Mr. Kissel gives notes to a morning woods class. iPhoto:
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Angelica, played by Felicia Pensiero, disappointed to hear the
proposal from Thomas, played byJim Harsha. In "The Imaginery Invalid," this year's fall play, Emily Mabry, as the
maid, fools Monsieur Argon by pretending to be a doctor. CPhoto: T.
Monsieur Argon, played by Keith Armstrong, is inducted as a doctor by the rest of the cast. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
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Young Thomas, played by Jim Harsha, is being advised by his father, Dr. ff
Diophous, played by Scott Anderson.
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Monsieur Argon, played by Keith Armstrong, is afraid his daughter Louise, played by Gerilynn Spitz, has died.
Placing names with faces, one of the many jobs for yearbook, copy
editor Robin Wolff. CPhoto: G. Leechb
body president, Dustin Young changes the marquee, one of
s numerous jobs. iPhoto: K.C. Grimj
English teacher, Mrs. Henderson smiles even with an hour's work ahead
of her. iPhoto: P. Williamsb
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Keeping his pace, Cross-Country runner Lance Goldsmith, attempts to
out distance his opponents from Shadow Mountain. iPhoto: T.
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prime situation for attack. CPhoto: P. Williamsb
Flower baby watched by Donna Zannoni and mother Shari Kitchen
two sisters, this kid must really be bad. iPhoto: K.C. Grimb
Abnormal behavior by Darrin Permenter and Hudson Johnston. Could this be a secret scientific ex
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Practicing for the freshmen Christmas assembly, Shree Perkins, Linda Shannon and Michelle Jones
demonstrate How the Grinch Stole Christmas. iPhoto: R. Grossj
with the desk provided by the school Deidra Duerr uses her
in Mr. Perkins' history class. iPhoto: L. Terrellj
Studying hard during Mr. Perkins' class is Jeff Lemieux.
Eskimo kissing in Arizona? Long-time couple David Monkman and Renee Fansler try it out. iPhoto: J. Dugganj
Mittens can do more than just warm hands these days. Here Cyndy
Breslau and Kris Corson demonstrate one of their many uses while in
English class. iPhoto: M. Bagleyj
"Are you sure we voted for the right guy?" Dustin Young, student
president, fishing with a can of tuna in the T-Bird pond. iPhoto: K
a pencil is easy? Kenny Latin doesn't think so, especially in
Sargent's class. iPhoto: K. C. Grimy
's the motor? Junior Julie Schweitzer has found a new way to get
QPhoto: A. Chaitj
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smile, maybe not. iPhoto: P. WilliamsQ
Thunderbird's reading department teaches many skills. Clark Kent,
alias Mike Miner tries out his new found x-ray vision in Mr. Jeffries'
class. iPhoto: J. Dugganj
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General Store. iPhoto: M. Montonezb
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In Mrs. Gadus' class, David Price copies notes off the board. iPhoto: K.
"George's Bear" shows plenty of enthusiasm as it stands watching over a pile of homework. iPhoto: L. Terrellj
ystematic conditioning, a strenuous,
iceps Busters! iPhoto: J. Landerosj
and time consuming sport. But the final results can be a devastatingly strong body as
Andy Frus presents
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her famous badminton serve for the camera is Lorraine
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her exciting Monday" said Julynn Hargens as she was caught by
amera before entering the Chief Spirit meeting. iPhoto: J.
morning band practice can be tiring. Mike Fetter. Richard Akin,
nd Don Kuhl take time out on the bleachers to catch their breath.
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Posing for a portrait are Chrissy Kelly and David, her flour bag baby.
Juniors and seniors taking Child Development carried homemade
babies around campus in November to find out what having a child is
really like. iPhoto: A. Chaitj
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Shea Brock receives a present from his guardian angel. iPhoto: A
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, was shown. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
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player Becky Epstein prepares for a return shot, during the
at Moon Valley. iPhoto: L. Benickij
At the Homecoming halftime, a large firework display of a chief's head
"Chief spirit," the whole story. iPhoto: K. Crouchb
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this talent during the Golf Divisionals. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
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Fountain Hills meets. This is Connie's first year on the team. iPhoto: K.
Strength and endurance is a major factor for Cross-Country
Brad Little. iPhoto: T. Krajewskib
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At the Shavedown party for the swim divisionals are Charlie Northroup and Jeff Cantin. Shaving cream on your neck, Jeff? iPhoto: R. Vetterj
editing the yearbook hazardous to your health? Judging from the
antics, Kristen Mikkelsen and Michelle Moore think editor Gregg
has passed the point of no return. iPhoto: R. Grossj
R.O.T.C. students Tim Pore and Mike Burch practice squad routines dai-
ly. fPhoto:'G. Leachj
Chemist Pat Chorpenning, or is it Pat Hyde? iPhoto: M. Plumleyj
Swimming Divisionals prove to be
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Some of Thunderbirds best singers take a brief moment out from their
daily rehearsals to have fun. iPhoto: D. Cunninghaml
The wild attacker, Mr. Witter, preys on his victim, Mrs. Crowell,
fourth hour in the language arts room. CPhoto: P. Williamsb
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prove it. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
Freshmen Jennifer Parlet and Sue Haugland share their friendship.
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special days more festive. Ms. Daly was honored with this artistic
masterpiece. iPhoto: L. Nelsony
Ellen Rodel in her excuse for a toga. iPhoto: M. Moorey
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"Photo Sniper" Todd Krajewski shoots cover photos for this year's
yearbook from the top of the gym. iPhoto: R. Grossj
looks confused after school. ShouIdn't that be during
Ernie Hart and Shea Brock are the first to crash through the run-thru
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Scottie Geyer and Danielle Forcelli, Homecoming king and
are paraded around the track in a special float, made by
seniors especially for the occasion. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
Swim Team gets rowdy at Road Runner Pool during place events for Divisional. iPhoto: G.
Emily Mabry, neck 'n neck with a Deer Valley runner at the Thunderbird Bfeflda Bakefi an English 5'6 feachefi asks f0" the homework assign'
lnvitational. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij ment f"0m the day before-
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the Prescott dummy. iPhoto: A. Chaitl
With every day, comes something new
"SmiIe Scottie you're on Candid Camera." Scottie Geyer, this year's
Homecoming king. lPhoto: K. C. Grimj
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English teacher, Mr. Siwek points out important notes for the students
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dance office. C Photo: P. Williamsj
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Thunderbird's awesome defense against Prescott at the Homecoming game. iPhoto: T. Krajewskij
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Clarke laughs at the homework just given to her. iPhoto K. C.
Rochelle McGill and Laura Fein sing a song from the Greek top 40.
iPhoto K. Pennypackerj
Day Chris Watkins, Connie Cermak, Carrie Lundquist, Jeff Lemieux, Monica Hill, Kober, Robert Llanos, Tina Nelson, Julie
and Bobby Saiz. iPhoto: W. Weaverj
Scottie Geyer takes credit for being the center of attention in this
crowd. "Scottie you Ham"
Three more S's of T-birdg study, stunts
Burke Whipple and Cindy Kuzelka work on
their homework before School in the lt's a bird. it's a plane, it's super Andy! Andy Frus practices his dives for the swim team. iPhoto:
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Cheerleaders eating ice cream? No, eating paint brushes. CPhoto: T. Krajewokij
Tim Anthonise ponders a critical writing assignment near the end of
the 1st quarter. iPhoto: R. Grossj
Troy Palmer's remote controlled Bug attracted much attention at
the Football games. fPhoto: G. Leachj
Efforts to create happiness
Washington, like Thunderbird, dropped their last year's Homecoming
attendants off from a helicopter. iPhoto: G. Leachj
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Burkhard, and Jennifer Emhoff, Toga! Toga! Toga! iPhoto: M. Moore
Alberto Ottolenghi, our Italian Foreign-exchange student, reads the an
nouncements in his interesting dialect.
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ls this the Roman Senate? No, it's just Dr. Sargent's AP English class. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
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relay race at Homecoming Assembly. iPhoto: R. Grossj
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fime?"CPh0f01G-Gefbefb "A match made in heaven." Renee Sandler and Tim Demme modeling
their outfits for 50's and nerd day. iPhoto: L. Jacobs?
The P.S.A.T. tests caused some headaches, but scores were worth the pain. iPhoto: L. Nelsonj
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sungiass wearing in class is now forbidden,Tim Anthonise and Kevin Moor
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When all else fails, smile!
Mike Rubin gives his sophisticated look as he ponders his thoughts.
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cafeteria foods during 2nd lunch. iPhoto: G. Gerberb
The crowd waits for the chiefs to romp the runthrough. They went on to
beat the Rams 17-14. iPhoto: G. Leachb
Mrs. Smith okays a pass for George Bernier. Survival for Singles a
popular elective along with Child Development. iPhoto: R. Grossj
Mrs. Tahch, readlng teacher, grades papers during her lunch hour.
Greg Reade masters the art of bubble blowing. CPhoto: K. C. Grimy
Becky Crop dressed in her best for 50's Day. iPhoto: T. Krajewskiy Rodney Blum and Paul Schlink enjoy healthy, good old-fashioned food
from our cafeteria. iPhoto: B. Maynardj
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completing a dive. CPhoto: J. Campbellj
Above right, Renee Middleton and Cathy Murphy, nerds, and proud of it.
iPhoto: G. Gerberj
I Connie Cermack thinks 50's day is "swell,"
A hard day at school can be exhausting. Rob Vetter and Tim Thomas
Catch up on then' S'eeP-fPhOfO1J-SChWe'f2efP Tom Braeger returns to the game. iPhoto: T. Albrightj
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Caught in the act! John Shipp takes a sneak peek at his hands during typing. iPhoto: G. Gerberj
Lunchtime, Siesta, Fiesta!
Tracy Frazzini flashes a smile between bites at lunch. iPhoto: J.
Dave Rice gives a devilish look. QPhoto: G. Gerber!
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Amy Staik, Connie Graham and Karen Knutson, seniors, dissect owl pellets in advanced Biology. iPhoto: A. Chaity
Mrs. Miller, teacher of typing and stenoscript. iPhoto: K. Siejkenb
Vicki Keeler and Tracia Olson, best friends forever. iPhoto: G. Gerberj
Greg Gerber in his "Peter Pan" to a talks to Mr. Gross earbook s on-
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sor. iPhoto: B. Maynardj
Brenda Mack making campus alittle brighter. iPhoto: A. Chaitj
Jane Walker and Katie Hirak, best friends. Possibly Katie is thinking
over twice. iPhoto: M. Moorej
An organized locker means an organized mind. "Books, yes but
jeans"? iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
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Schlink, Rodney Blum, Kris Davis, Robet Llanos, and Mark Geske get a little crazy on orange and blueftoga day. iPhoto: B. Maynardj
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These girls belong in the 5O's! iPhoto: M. Plumleyj
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fun on Safari day. iPhoto: G. Leachj
Mr. Forsman and Chris Sutton having a teacher-student talk,
ly interrupted. iPhoto: R. Grossj
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almost thrown out. iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
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Underclassmen display their talents in many ways. Karrie Kovalcheck is
a perfect example. iPhoto: L. Terrellj
Pat Williams whips up a small snack for himself. iPhoto: K. C. Grimj
"Which way to the beach?" Everyone gets in the spirit on safari day.
CPhoto: J. Schweitzerj
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Mr. Gonzales, U.S. History teacher. iPhoto: M. Moorej Jeff Lemieux, senior, tries to persuade government students to vote for
him for president in a national convention simulation. iPhoto: A. Chaitj
Mr. Forsman in the early stages of mummification.
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ners. QPhoto: T. Krajewskij
Zannoni, sewing the feet together for their Prescott dummy.
Forcelli, Kathy Simpson, Cathy Murphy, Stephanie Valentine,
Matt Carlson and Anne Winter painting the shirt for their dummy for the
The great bonfire held the day before Homecoming where the Prescott
dummy was torched. iPhoto: L. Jacobsj
Homecoming activities brighten the day
Mrs. Adams stresses her point in English class. Let's go on a Surfin' Safari! iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj
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Two girls have fun after school playing volleyball. iPhoto: M. Montanezj
The tense moment before the gun . . . iPhoto: K. Pennypackerj
Thunderbird High -- let the good times
Kevin Long struts his stuff on his skateboard. iPhoto: A. Chaitl
The yearbook staff take time to celebrate
Lunch is a good time for close friends like Beth Wintermantel, Diana
Cunningham, Nina Castaldi, and Julie Sedlmeir to get together. iPhoto:
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ricia Olson decides to stop torturing everyone and put her shoes back
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Mary Avenson claims her place at the top of the hill at lunch. iPhoto: G.
Shawn Storrus after school, gives a sigh of relief. iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj
"Hey Dr. Sargent, take the gum off your shoe before you throw it
away!" iPhoto: L. Terrelll
"Don't laugh, I made it into the yearbook didn't I?" - Janine Demme
CPhoto: M. Plumleyj
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Minko tries really hard to look like Cyndi Lauper, but Jennifer
thinks he might have to try just a little harder. iPhoto: G.
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Thunderbird breeds heroes.
Troy Carter and Eillen Bloom have a hard time deciding which
didate they want to choose for president at the HERO State convention
iPhoto: G. Gerberj
puddles and pools that appeared during the school year s first big rain.
Thunderbird waterfalls stream off the canopies as students jump the ' it-f'
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MS- Regnief. Speech and English TGSCNGF. Smiles for The camera. Chemistry can be fun! Just ask Mrs. Coit, chemistry teacher. iPhoto: I
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Ernie Hart and Armando Aros pause for a moment during lunch. iPhoto:
Gary Hukil "jams" in the 200 freestyle. iPhoto: G. Leachj
Connie McLeod and Bobby Wojciechowski, freshmen attendants, are
driven around the field. CPhoto: T. Krajewskij
Mr. Maison takes time off from a lab to show us his profile. iPhoto: L.
Three "Sus of Thunderbird, socials,
Brian Conlin cools off after a hard night of
dancing. iPhoto: L. Nelson
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Monica Hill, Danielle Forcelli, and Alyssa Chait unexpectedly wore similar shirts on the same day.
iPhoto: J. Lemieuxj
Bucky Maynard, Robby Britton, Kevin Long, Ron Arroyo, Rodney Blum,
and Scott Geyer demonstrate a football play, this year's winning of-
fense. fPhoto: R. Grossj
Mr. Johnson widely known as Col. Lipid, eating as usual. iPhoto: M.
Hey Joe! You got a haircut! Hairstyles have changed over theucenturies,
but nothing like this. iPhoto: A. Chaitb
Kelly Pennypacker obtains microfilm for a student. iPhoto: R. McGiID
Thunderbirds J.V. player John Jocovo tackles Sunnyslope runner,
September 27. CPhoto: T. Albrightj
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day of the school year. iPhoto: T. Albrightj
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Alicia Jackson and Cindy Beeson, building a salad at the cafeteria
second lunch. iPhoto: R. Grossj
The varsity football players are eager to begin the season as seen at the first Pep assembly. iPhoto: G. Leachj
Do you know this man? Chris Sobel tries desperately to look like some kind of lizard creature. iPhoto: M. Moorej
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Tom Braeger at a Thunderbird J.V. game against Sunnyslope. iPhoto: T.
Tammy Rower improves the appearance of Mr. Forsman's car
school on the lst day of Homecoming. iPhoto: R. Grossj
Hudson Johnston poses with his new friend, a foil balloon from a
dian angel. CPhoto: M. Moorel
Samantha Helwig and Ellen Roedel in proper nerd attire. iPhoto: M. Moorej
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An editor's work is never done. iPhoto: J. Schweitzerj
School seems to be wracking Michelle Moore's brain. iPhoto:
Julie Eagleston contracts Troy Hill for a ride in his V.W. CPhoto: A Chaitb
Say Cheese! Lunch on campus can be fun, as demonstrated by this group of friends. iPhoto: L. DeYoungJ
Today we follow, tomorrow we lead.
Dance club members perform at a club party. iPhoto: L. Jacaobsb
Mike, the custodian, fixes the drainage gutter.
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Mr. Sue discusses fund raising plans at a ski club meeting. iPhoto: M.
Felicia Pensiero and Al Tieman rehearse for the fall play, The Imaginary
Leslie Terrell a part of Mr. Aylward's odd scientific experiment. The Mad
Scientist strikes again. iPhoto: M. Bagleyb
Don Sullivan in his Ford truck. on his way home. iPhoto: L. DeYoungj
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Apollo, Greg Garbero exhibits excellent form. CPhoto: G. Leachj
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Spiderman and his faithful companion, but where are the tights?
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Tracy Israel "giving her alI" at 6:45 a.m. for band practice. CPhoto: L.
And wouldyou believe he has webbed feet? iPhoto: G. Gerberj
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bonfire. Here is the winning dummy created by Mrs. Brackney's class.
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Joe Curlin gets sacked in a J.V. game against The Sunnyslope Vikings.
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Kicking Back. Junior, Nathalie Vance relaxes at the end of class. iPhoto: Siefkenj
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first Week of Whoo" cphoto: L' Nason, Jeff Emerson, starry-eyed from the gift he received from his guardian
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Mrs. Cook tries to make the best of a bad situation. Business as usual with everything under plastic. CPhoto: R. Grossj
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Freshman Mark Trambino finds a new way to approach the locker pro-
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Talking to friends between classes helps relieve the tension and refresh minds before the next class
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