Timpview High School - Talon Yearbook (Provo, UT)

 - Class of 1982

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I -JIAJ fy' S K PENING CTIUITIES 4 ,J-. -AY 4 -. .1 --- .-. .-, J-, ,-, 1 -4- .- -- .-, ,-- ,-, f. Y-Y .A, f. .QY .-- .-Y .-. .-. .-. .-. .-. .A. .-. .- -. .-. .-, FN , ,. ,XA Tw Y ,a -., 1 mm' A ,. ff! ,. Hg if 22 :A 5 6 3 , X 1 , V Jz2awsBa4KLi 4QwmL,w ,mlw'D!MEY55l3ffm:ZW pKw. A'Rk'YRi Q53 kin! A 5 E sy n. NEI. sa ssssasfsssfsssfssa 20 FALL Q? ,K Q Nyc-.., as W' in sign-'-N The word "Fall" for Timpview students meant more than a trip in the Commons. It meant cooler weather, colorful leaves, and coming back to Timpview. The first two weeks of school were spent readjusting to student life. finding new friends, and trans- ferring classes. Clenching their locker combinations and class schedules in their little fists, freshmen searched for their classrooms while seniors gave wrong directions and caused as much trouble as possible. Hi Week came in with Hawaiian day and went out with tourist day. Students started running to class. but the only students that did this were the seniors or the freshmen. Seniors ran because they had to graduate and fresh- men ran because they didn't know any better. Football season started once again and Timp- view's team was much more suc- cessful than the previous year. They received a lot of student support and they came close to beating their arch-rival, Provo High. Cool weather also affected the fashion world at school. Mo- hawks grew out, bare legs under knickers were replaced by wool knee-socks, and sweaters made a comeback, especially on the days when it was 800 outside and 30" ,n, nn- I A FALL JI Hi Week began with a swarm of Hawaiians in the halls of Timpview. Next the T-Birds moved into Sailors Day. Almost everywhere, people could be seen wearing their tight T- shirts and bell bottoms. Cn Pirates Day, Swarthy Sea-faring men were seen wandering the halls The real fun came when Tlmpvlew was in vaded by a mob of maraudlng tour lsts with cameras binoculars and Bermuda shorts Student govern ment also had many interesting noon time activities planned A stag dance Friday night ended a great week H1 WEEK Chris or Kenny Dayton? wks "H-lt -5 1. The alumni became zoobies and waited in one line after the other. or The alumni advertised their Farewell's. 'DISCS' HOMEQO 5 f Q K. -p A - A l98l Homecoming Royalty. left to right: First attendant. Anne Crawleyf Queen, .lacquie Quinm Second attendant, Ruth Ann Glazier. faq 2 L2 f. Q x . Timpview's football team held their own against Provo High. David Diaz Disco DarIin'. Jacquie escorted by her father. As the leaves on the mountains began to turn colors the minds of 'fampvnew students began to turn toward prepara tions for Homecoming Week The week began with a stag dance on Tuesday night announcing the royalty .lacqule Quinn Ruth Ann Glazier second attendant Fri day mght was the unforgettable football game against Provo High As the minutes ticked away Timpview was tn the lead until the last few seconds when Provo kicked a successful field goal Even though we didn t win II was an effort to be proud of Saturday night boys grabbed their dates for the Homecoming dance that topped off the week queens Annie Crawley. first attendantl HOMECOMING 23 l.. John Elkins, Second attendantx Dell Brown, -f 41' I' Gina lost her dat 24 GlRl.S PREFERENCE Preference had finally arrived and all the female students at Tlmp view finally got their chance to ask the boy of their dreams to actually go out with them Preparations be gan weeks ID advance and crowds of talking girls could be seen every where Cries of You can t ask him I was going to ask him or Oh what am I going to wear" or "Oh noi Who's driving?" could be heard ev- erywhere. Plans were finally final- ized. dresses were bought, and din- ners were cooked - the big evening began. Those girls who went found Preference a very enjoyable exper- ience. I aea A N355 f if ' Q v N X K X Q X SN fig. iii vm' Halloween festivities at Tlmpvlew began with a pumpkin carving contest A dance came next on the agenda, costumes, of course, were required. To top the whole thing off, the movie "Dracula" was shown and families of students were invited. 3 H Trina had a good day 8 ann-E. 26 WINTER 50 Nl, ? WINTER 27 V ' 4 1 l , , if 1 I w J 1 1 2 3 Mike Fraizer was an active senior. Cary Brown enjoyed a good bus trip. F- W3-we Ralph Oster tried harder. J I 1 l 1 l Tanna was framed. Dave in the library again? Donuts made a nutritions lunch. A SENEORS 29 To the dismay of skiers Christmas Vacation arrived at Tlmpvlew without much snow until later In the week Snow storms and flurrles arrived plen ty early at the North Pole and prevented Santa s appearance at the Christmas Assembly but the drawing was held despite his ab sence Santa s absence however didn t thwart the Christmas fes tlvlties at Tlmpvlew Student Government did an excellent job of decorating The Commons - various Christmas trees and an- gels CDell Brown?D veiled the windows and snowflakes fell from the ceiling. Christmas was also a time that meant no home- work for most students except for those few who had their au- thor reports yet to give in Mrs. Nelson's AP English class. Over- all, Christmas was an enjoyable holiday for both the students and teachers. 30 CHRISTMAS - Terri Lyons wondered how a diamond would look Rob Dahl kept the seniors organized in the Senior Assembly. f 1 Dance lost to the Holiday Bowl. Richard Taylor wore the "latest" "The" senior tree. Windows to the "snow." 1' Les Jacobsen. Kawaski and the great outdoors. CHRISTMAS 3I 4 1 k 1 A i 4 - L + 32 ' Breezes rustled quietly through the trees brds be- gan to chirp and grass turned green as spring ar- rived in Utah Valley. Spring fever infested itself into al- ing learning in any class dif- ficult. For Ap students the coming spring reminded them of the AP tests com- ing up in May. Most of all however spring signaled that school would soon be ou . most every student, mak- I ' 5 F Jamie Rees just acted normal. King and Queen- Steve Chase and Shannon Engemann. 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Kevin forever dancin' The Drill Team Formal had a very unusual theme Forever like a Rose The theme was taken from a song by Seals and Crofts The Shandells spent over a month preparing for the dance After all of the planning was done the har dest part began decorating In order to finish the complicated decorations some of the Shan dells spent the entire night at the school DeAnn Tucker headed cole Price and Sandra Ekms orga nlzed the refreshments Melanie Bingham was In charge of the banquet Barbara Petersen ob tamed the band and Kristen Jen sen and Lynette Anderson spear headed the decorations The band was Eclypse and the dance was as usual a great success the promenade committee, Ni- DRILL TEAM FORMAL 37 ,stan--............-w-f Congratulations to Rodney Fra zler for having the cutest legs at TIYUPVIBW High School Not only was the winner of the leg contest announced at the Provo Pep As sembly but the Dogettes made their annual appearance in front of the studentbody. The perfor- mance was great as always. Steve Trumbo fired up the spirit. amazing the females as the boys gloated with jealousy. Steve Trumbo psyched the Thunderbirds YUQUQOQUQHQIlQl7QlPQIJQUQOQOQIll!Yi!1QfliUQUQUQUQllllll4 Jitiif v Jerri Tien studied to learn English. miuiwiuic A.. W C ,- and hrs number one legs. A ioiuiuioioa T-Birds soared with spirit. Being friendly came naturally to ESL students. i - fm WMMWMW 1 sgsf , in s-G' ' i- leir heritage made ESL students best. El S L English as a Second Language students at Tlmpview High School Many of the students had been In the United States only a few months while others had been here a year or longer The students spent the day with Mrs Roos who had to master the many different languages in her class. I l There were several E.S.L. or ESL 39 2 i 2C '?"5F"'U1'9'1 iq355 ' QW? we VFSWF Bfgnff 3G'3h?m'.+19h95 Em9?Ff 3!T?FYFg 1HC!fF4f3YCU F1rf KY? S 39'F5?'2iif??5?i 'Q?15? :??YFdi5f5E'?l??f???ff 15555 sis ae + 1 .- i, . X Dan Thmffkfflqffvfv F'1Sfrlfff wfl i i 'f i as . w- -f '11 iwiiis iiiqff 11 1 l -WH. Brent Honeycutt stapied insulation. ff Kyle Harris and Dan got suppiies from the truck. . -N-.L K K Q- -. N if P-1 ,- ,V "Take your body with you ladies." f Q A ick 42 THE MUSIC MAN qw- The seven dwarfs. scene 76 Trombones The Wells Fargo Wagonl" Iowa Stubborn. 'Nicotine Swain on his index fingefn McKayj brought htm So duction play ran success A happy family. As the traln pulled In one saw that Harold Hlll QGIIBS Nathan had come to town and nothing but trouble with started Tlmpvlews pro of The Muslc Man The Nov I8 ll and was a great All Tlmpvlew students thoroughly entertained but the play had other purposes besides just entertalmng the student body lt gave many people a chance to be Involved In a Ilve stage production who otherwise may not have had the chance Plays at Tlmpvlew were good for everyone The cast of Muslc Man Included Nathan McKay as Harold HTH Judy Ryan as Marlon Paroo and many other Tlmpvlew stu dents who gave their all to make ' The Music Man one of the best QNEVERMINDY' plays ever. T lucky enough to see the play were THE MUSIC MAN 43 ....i.i........... THE ERRY WIV S DF WI DSOR E Str John Falslaff Fenton Shallow Slender Master Ford Master Page Wllllam Page Str Hugh Evans Doctor Calus Host of the Garter nn Bardolph Pustol Nym Rohm Simple Tubgy Robert Mistress Ford Mistress Page Mistress Qutckly Anne Page vie is Dan Hildreth Nathan McKay Ron Baird Eric White Eric Weight ,lohn Hlckenlooper Steve Holmes Mckay Bahr Dave Newbern Rob Dahl Steve Fitzgerald Denny Wright Kent Petersen Duane Weenlg Brett Zupan Clint Nielson Scott Larson Jenny Caneen Marla Dmsdale Lorl Hansen Jenny Wallace Brett Zupan wanted it cut over the ears. Wrong play again. Romeo Mistresses Ford and Page plotted Falstaff's downfall. Dllane ClUlCklY Checked his SCHPF 44 THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR "You get home right now, boy." Dave was "de Turd". Pistol didn't get the signal. it L,,..,!""'qr V 1 Nym and Pistol go! the point. Ann Page set Slender straight on marriage. THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR 45 Orchestra, Row One. left to right: Anne Crawley, Ruth Glazier, Amy Oaks, Annette Bowman, Row Two: Maria Dinsdale, Gina Boldt, Row Three: Cheri Doxey, Becky Porter, Tammy Petersen. Laurie Glazier, Erin Enke, Pete Monson, Steve Thomas, Bill Madsen: Row Four: Suzanne Giles, Lynnette Anderson, Trent Clyde, Becky Helquist, Nan Enke, Celeste Jensen, Yvonne Farnsworth, Caren Harris, Cheryl Barnett, Kelly Hooker, Leslie Crowley, Susan Gill, Dave Dillman, Tanya Bahr, Corey Wilson, David Belnap, Row Five: Deborah Browning, Jamie Kimmel, Steve Farsworth, Helene Kepas, Sheri Rex, Bill Clay, Holly Jarvis, Gary Pope, Kirt Cundick, Kit Hooker, Robyn Crowther, Paul Gill, Steve Kingslover, Kirk Harris. Mr, Dixon, Nathan Sipherd. Mark Yearout, Rich Taylor. Who's that on the second row? And he wondered why they couIdn't keep up! ,mf ti 5 f cf' iv' ' it We 5 4 it he LM? wemit N '1 Y -, -- L.,,,.. N i 1 A Q. " 562 y " ' 5 X4 I 4 QA X xi 5 ' f pix fguag S 3 Q 5 If r XY , .1 'Q i gx 1 ""'f Auf , ,R A ' Q c ff - 0--'Si X-f 'cf-QQ: - x A ,Q I 4 -Whwmq ,,,c,.y x " - I I I IXIIIXXIIXXXXIX Anne Crawley scratched her head with her bow. ry al S Rich Taylor with his mouth shut? Gerrit Anderson got the beat. XXI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ORCHESTRA 47 Band, Alphabetical order: Gerrit Anderson. Ross , , Wen y m, C ret Cardon Brent Ch o Clarke Se Cole J James Boshard Karen Bowman Cracroft, Karla Carner, Leslie Ely, Brad Evans Yvonne arnsw , F Kathy Graham. Lael Gray, Holmes, Kelly Hooker Kit d Brana heryl Ba n Dahl, Larry James Demita David Eric Bergeson, Richard Best, David Beus, Rodney Bills , ab t, Keith . an s, eff S Scott Giles Paul usan Gill Shaun Herdt, KC Steve Kingslover blew it. Marching Band worked long and hard this year beginning with football halftime shows. They froze their tubas at the Christmas parade and practiced every morning in the "swamp", The sprinklers were timed for early morning. Thanks alot. Bob! The bandtchose to wear turtle' neck sweaters for reasons known to.all. Rodney Bills faithfully car- ried "Fred," his sax through thick and thin - mostly thin. Lisa Hardy and Ryan' Pearson "practiced" in the little room while Brad Evans and ,Virginia Snow were practicing in the big room. Jaquie Haines kept them all in step. MARCHING BAND 49 J"-Q .WliwBsEE1 One. and a, Two. and a. , Y' mf 49' X ff , N... -x.....,,,,,.M. AQ.. ,. . kkk., K Paul Gill blew it. A Z' ,,.......Asappeiia ,Mt A Cappella Bottom. left to right: Shari Tyler. Rowena Bahr. Brooke Alexander. Gina Young. Haley Hansen, McKay Bahr, Rob Dahl, Steve Carlisle, Eric White, Shannon Ward, Gina Bolt, Debbie Griffiths, Shelly Baird. Second Row, left to right: Judy Ryan, Geri Wyn Gillie. Shauna Liddle. Wendy Jackson, Annie Jensen, Brice Le Fevre, Scott Hansen, Steve Ashby, Douglas Stubbs, Ruth Anne Glazier, Jenny Caneen. Julie Smith, Yvonne Farnsworth. Third Row, left to right: Kim Zupan, Ann Lastowski, Debbie Alder. Colleen Jensen, Gale Peay, Alan Barnette. Steve Chase. Scott Larsen, Jon Hickenlooper. Eric Weight, Jackie Quinn, Sheryl Smith, Paula Riding, Lisa Heckmann, Terry Lyons. Fourth Row left to right: Diane Knighton, Heather Mulstein, Christine Nixon, Anne Crawley, Sheri Cook, Nathan McKay. Dell Brown, Don Stumph, Sam Shumway, Garth Babcock, Cheri Jones, Dana Waters, Jeanine Wotherspoon, Kathleen Bramhall, Jenny Griffin. This year's A Capella was one ? W W S- of the finest groups that Mr. Lar- """"' """"' son recalled ever teaching. They f worked diligently and accom- it rl plished a lot in their class. The L r structure of the class began with ' ten minutes of warm-up and pro- 2 Biff C or t if ceeded from there. At the begin- X, 'rgtal is S , ning of the year the class had 5? worked on sightreading so they ' ' rtvg, S ,g 5 could learn the melodies of var- C 'M' gotg 4 ious songs more easily. A Capella Pj' M' performed in: four major con- 3 it jf! certs a year plus thirty-five ,,st 5 T' fl y smaller ones. As the year pro- l"' 9 Nm, gressed, the group also began 'iiiilfl' ' learning and studying a major A work "Requiem" by Farme. The W o rx y major goal of the class was to by learn singing so that it Could f ' Z.. N n H dwell in the students' lives for- who was that that lust walked by? ever. i 52 A CAPPELLA Yvonne and Coileen performed a duet. Larson directed his choir. Sing, sing a song. an F 1 gfyjr Note the BAHR. The I982 mad Madrigals were en thusnastlc sang well together and apart and enjoyed being mad They donated generously of their tame smgmg for varlous clubs and organ: zatlons At Christmas they per formed several concerts that helped make the holidays more happy for In Excelsls They replaced jolly old Saint Nick at the Chrnstmas Assem bly but didn t receive the one hun dred dollars Region Madrlgal com petltlon was held m February old and young alike. Even Gloria was 54 MADRIGALS iglgjg mg-are Q. Mg, - 4 Ns- , fi 0 til -!,- V 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 y , 45 it JG cu 2 F 5 ig 5 . A Concert Choir. Row One, left to right: Karinna Ellsworth, Joan Bryner. Holly Howard, Tracy Alexander. Aki Omori, Dianna Thompson, Row Two: Anne Chaston, Sheryl Tolman. Nicole Bond, Nan Enke, Kimberly Seamons. Mary Moore, Lorraine Eubanks, Row Three: Kathy Graham, Chondelle Anderson, Cindy Liebschutz, Annie Jensen, Jill Cahoon. Jackie Wilson, Rebecca Stewart, Laurie Thayne. CHOIRS 55 lv ll' l l l Whats in a pep assembly? Nothing really There were so many pep assemblies that one would think the people In charge had millions of ideas but all the ideas and activities of the pep assemblies seemed strangely fa miliar for some reason. Class competitions were arranged for every assembly, but they had no connection to the games whatso- ever. Most of the assemblies guaranteed students enough time to study, to visit, or to drive to Winchell's for breakfast. 56 PEP ASSEMBLIES Annie needed to referee the underclassmen. li 3 il ll sz ir ll l l l v l l' Aww lil S, it Q, 1 if 'Il il ll ll ll: :il lll l ll l il ll ll lu llf l 'dl 11x E EE g I., 3 Q- 35 E55 2 gz.. Lord of Thunder. No, Layton. mouth to mouth. PEP ASSEMBLlkS 57 tMmytammy.tmmmm-tmmmm:vfMMM4::ueM:.ww41w:t1wmxfevwwww2mWw-- '--- M--- - - - - at 1 1 .mmmmmwnq Most likely future Zoobies: Zachary Shields and Nancy Anderson MQ Most likely to Marry for Money: Jeannie Ly Jamie Rees K. Most likely to be Seminary Teachers: Ruth Ann zier, Karl Weenig dl . 1 gg Q offs 5, W Lasse, g e w ,mime mm:,, r Worst Drivers: Ray Meldrum, Melanie Bingham X E f lg X , f W ff XL! f ,fp X 5 Most Athletic: Michelle Galloway-Paul Most likely to write a Novel: Brian Max, Kathy Belliston K! X. Crawford KI' Turner Shuri Cook Once again the most popular anyone or anything was voted on by the sen- iors. Dave Lysenko CHi my favorite sonlj naturally won best business. It was a good thing since he was the Business Sterling Scholar, just as it was a good thing that John Thomas won most likely to become president for the same reason. Overall, the Timp- view poll and tally were democratic choices of the senior class who, they believed, best fit the various descrip- tions. TALON TALLY 59 Movie Star: Bruce Brockbank THEM THEM 0-on-Q-4 Most Spirited is 4 X 1 Best Business Heads: Dave Lysenko and Caren Harris aim. Most likely to Succeed: Curtis Felt and Yuu Taguchi Best Looking: Jackie Quinn ,al Best Looking: Rob Young Cutest Couple: Shannon Engemann and Paul Crawford ,gs 'Wx X i Biggest Flirts: Steve Chase and Laura Jenkins TALON TALLY 6l ee eeee IJ 1 R di Steve grew a radio on his ear, Heidi and Deanne plugged in Carry-all. g.3d,fi5f5Qs.i. AL 1 if E235 e 1- Na W fi ' ,1 , is W i 1-4 k f Z 7 ' h iil H S i K i Mickey was in fashion. l n 62 "IN" Shelby drew to the beat. rips 8: Falls ,ix Elegance of falling down the stairs - -. X J.. - A,.gg ,gi Dan iammed his toe. GMA. if 'L ' ' as-'if-.Qi 5 ...I A J - in gf,-.5 I gzifgaigg ' f f.. ' . .- . , . , 4 . 'va- A ,X 53... X ffzwe-:QR ,ea . 5, ,s ' ' A M ' A .5 i i - " N K? ia N5 X 5 ,a Q, 4+ 3' 9 V X 3 X X W X i My wi X x m 1 N X J 3 F - Does this happen at B.Y.U.? John downed it. Do alligators laugh or yawn? f 1 Basic Lee- ColIector's item or fake? Bottoms up, rubiks Rubiks fit all square 64 PUNK ,xy woooooooooooooooo l QOQOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOQ00090 Preppy Snowflake? Sheryl Chapman fit the mold. 090000099OOOQOOOOOQOQOOOOOOOC Scott Nielson and punky tongue. V Nancy Punk re pp Look f - M I s Q s --'ae .fi Q6-ns Mary Jane Jarvis bagged it. - ,.LL 1.m.: ss Preppy was an accident. Q-me P yawn Eric Winegar the surgeon. . . UH .igigigu Q ilu , , W in Psy. or ss ."i .fin . at us, ' We . Q 5, ew, Q 'N is . ,, s Q, 5 Q 5 ,, sn 6 :.e, fr K t ., s w man... 9 , a ost ' f Q X 1 s' s N Q s ,yawn Le Dragon an Q' V sf Q , KA . sims W x 1 s. Q ,P Bt' P' ' 5 S 5' W 5 a W . A x ' V s 8 A a QP . it V Q -1gh,4'i is is ,. I it t as .Q- or tsiiigiw Q 'Q - s s a Q -r N E' -a ,arise a - Definition of a ? lt wasn't hard to one at Timpview. Anyone wearing Top-Siders, Cespecially with green gaffing tape around themj, pink oxford cloth shirts, surcingle olts, or khaki pants fit the descrip- tion of a preppy, but wearing socks was also la no-no. Preppy cars had to be fire- engine red, maroon, navy blue, or silver. lt was hard to pick one person that fit the preppy definition, but .Dave Pigott, Dale Brown. and Scott Beck came out on top of the list. Punk dressers were easi- ly detected at Timpview. No one could help but to notice Brent Hillam's safety pin ear- ring poking through his ear along with his hot pink sneakers, or Andy Beck with her stunning Harvest Ball costume. The Rubik'-s Cube also had a grip at Timpview. Dave Vida and Brian Talbot enjoyed the challenge of the cube as well as the color co- ordination that it involved. PREPPY 65 t , E Q? K ii ..,,,. ,nm .,, rm IIIL Campbell and Peterson were seen a lot except when you needed them. Mrs. Oldroyd running down the hall was a regular thing. 66 FAMILIAR SlGHTS Matt and many others were often in the library. llIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll F t -------------w----- if MILIAR SIGHTS ---'- r jg ... .. of - Fighting the crowds, or "Survival Of The Fittest". lllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllE 5 I IIIIIH .. Q. Wx' Coke guzzlers were everywhere. Cars could be seen in many shapes, sizes. and colors. : Mr. Laursen "cleaned out" the halls and the Commons. I Signs of all kinds were hung in the Commons. Many things at Timpview could be counted on to happen regularly. A black figure. more commonly known as Mrs. Oldroyd, ran hectically down the hall at least once a day. ln a daily gamble for Coke and Tab. Mr. Rowley and Mrs. Whitlock flipped for turns to buy. and Mr. Laursen became a deadly sight for those students who liked missing their classes. Chains, long and gold. topped sweaters while rolled bandanas topped the heads of stu- dents. Key chains no longer followed a "fashion," but matching cars were es- sential to any chain. FAMILIAR SIGHTS 67 112 I IiI lZaf I 1f I f rieieI i lf 2 2 f f l i f e ill I l f I Q f L 2 f I l i s I f II IlQ IlliIIfIII QgI IlII I siIIIIfI II IIIIgflIIIIifII 1I flII:IIIIIiIIi lIIf fiII r I I iI i IIQI I I II Knickers made a big hit this year. Q ,Xe was :: Q S 'im The Tingeys tried to drill holes in the floor with their shoes, lx.: azng ' School, the real thing. "Hi Mom!" The two Todds. 1113 i 5 3 x 5 "I didn't do anything" l A romantic interlude. "Hang-out" areas of Timpview ex- isted in almost any nook, cranny, and hall. Candy machines found groups of healthy, enthused students always in the neighborhood while The Com- mons, including the formidable "stud" wall, was probably the known "hang-out" for everyone else, but only people of distinct character were allowed to sit at the prestigious wall. HANGING OUT 69 F 2 ,i Es EE i E s X E 2 E -F E 5 3 1 E s 5 fi fs 1 Q s K 4 Pet Peeves Handicapped parking. - ..,,, ,,.,,..,,... . . Allsoldout? PET PEEVES 71 ISTR TIO ff, K 'Y 'AJ' awww? '-.+ .-S , A65 '?d'.'7If9vIeZ.1' , WW-V "X xx X F-4 'W-Q. - Hx:-',, -. Y X .0 ,y - -6133- S' 1' L' 1132 few, ' .. L.. X! Vi K , '7 X: 'M f 1 Q -5 ,, lu ' 5 42 1 'txx 4, M - w 'ff?:v1L vsfsss sssssssssfsssasassfssssvssassss sssssssssasfssa vsssssvars saqsswssasssssaasssqsfsssssvsssssaassvss l I, .fxq rf' -.l..f iw-A f wif" -snxx mm . 1 I, ,XX . fi? ' f XX XX ff? , ' 1 "X ' xx ,V If . X Y, - . 5, x x A ' ' 5 - x ,Q ,' , + X? x , 1 . if? , f A x ,,.. ,w -ur X, xg Tlx J R gg in 1343,-, f 9 .X it 1 K 2 'YQ .F ,' " -"'A'53f"f"Zf?x"fK Z A 1 "fl '1 ?,' xr B l 'X -k ,ZA A ' .1 'gf f, 4. ,- N Q. X v 1 ' I. ' Q I, I ' - '11, X X QV? ' K M nf fl .- , , 453i - YF' f yw a ...,, -X ' .. C' ...yf 1 Aff -- l . 3, - a: ' .- A f ff ' fb if A., L' ' 'l 1 7. 1 V QQMWQ' : J' :,. " . ,' 1 ,- , '? X ...,,..'2-on . Q' " f 5' ,, ' 1 1 'um M M.. W... wmmnm N V S 5 mm MW ...W 'W m X 'PUL- Ksr. fs XEQQX vii .gf --x 2 Fggwwwa ggigwi-.zegigs 8 ' am E XS! S5 I ,s :ix A5 S 5 T , . A, I E SS" ,Z 55 lv 5 li 'E , 155 2 1 ,S 51.255 gg Egg' '5 ' ww 5 5 S ESE E H gi ,S E 1 , 3 5 , iff A if Qs 5 if 5215 , ggi :E 5, X 3, ,Q if 5 g . w X , . E 5 E si , Z E E i ' is i e E5 mi E , gi 555 SX WE Zgifhi. Em .-:1f1""' B " A School Board, Front Row, left to right: John W. Bennion, Gordon M. Low, Glen R. Brown. Back Row, left to right: Walter A. Hansen, Ronald Bingham. Clarence Robinson. Mr. Bennion and his co-work- ers at the district office were concerned with the future and knowledge ofProvo's school chil- dren. Theyjfdepended upon the school administrators for ideas and information. Every Timpview student had observed one of the administrators doing his duties. Mr. Condie worked with the teachers and tried solving their infinite problems as well as an- swering questions which, at times, seemed impossible. He also had to deal with the school budget which was even worse. The announcements were the do- ings of Mr. Lindstrom. He also worked closely with student gov- ernment Cdid student govern- ment ever work?J in organizing school activities. Sluffing and at- tendance problems, the most horrid of all jobs, were handled by Mr. Laursen, the newest mem- ber of Timpview's Administra- tion. He was always seen prowl- ing the halls in search of stu- dents. ADMINISTRATION 75 facult v Geri Alldredge Ernel Anderson Calvin Ashby It s easy when you know how! Psychology Arr woods OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO99000OOOQQOOOOOQOQQOOQOOQOOOO Rod Crockett Doris David Ann Decker Janalee Doxey Debra Drummond Vocational Counselor Aide Buslness P.E. Englush FACULTY 77 iw. liilvsls !i?' Kaelyn Johnson Shirley Johnson Brian Kuhlman Speech Janitor Health 5 , lf. 5 Vw Q gf! .J 'gf 5? Vaisigf, .E 1 P52324 nf ., .Y,,,, ' "m m Qz5.1-,gggmmg mg .,, Q 2T5TQiz2wamEEQ A?Qiii?5.ff:- mia ' mpgi I 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 M "WY Robert Rasmussen leon Rowley Vickie Rymer .X E g h 3 W 4 It 00000000000000000000000000000 K Dai: 134351 4 V 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 00 000000000 0 C3 U ua 'Q mf' Na' M C phat! an ms naw:-ai Habitat h to R A good smile is a sign of hea hy teeth. Fiaijgsgziff 0 X Waymvigrenwn ' ' if :',. H A, . . , . ,if :fi .'.' fgfi: klz. if :.. l:,,.i ., , ,b,. , -'-.Q.,: i ',o1 ":: Zzz ::' h 1 il iff 1 0 0 5 . :-. fi .kkkk ' H -. 10 .33 :io oi v ,,' '- 1 ' as ' . ? - ' ooo lo 5 i ff V"' ."'A"- :1',1MA .o:' 5,1535f33'f3"?1lfi??3 ,"l A ' o A I v'.AA 'QQ oAA'o if ,'.' :" :95Qf2fcl A'f.f HAV . Vo J 3 R, lzlg ooo, .o,,,,o N UNO, it down explode Very often? 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S5 355 Q s S ki S 55 H if A 3 H m i F Student Government was get ting better and better or so they thought Many students won dered what was really done ever yday during third period A ma jority of the studentbody re ferred to it as the social hour or the take a nap hour Though there were many criticisms Stu dent Government did a lot to help the school and make it the best. Timpview was the first school to hold the NASC conven- tion CNational Association of Stu- dent Counselsj. Timpview's Stu- dent Government also showed their generosity by inviting Tin- tic High School, a school with an enrollment of about ninety stu- dents, to our Halloween school dance. It proved to be a good experience for both Tintic and Timpview. STUDENT GOVERNMENT 83 lllllllllIllllllllllllIIIIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllillllg I is Q HWMK Appolnted offices? What are they for? Good question Drlll Team officers considered II an other social hour Cllke slxth perlodj and Dell Brown found II a perfect opportunity to dream about all of hls glrlfrlends For those officers and students who really dldn t know what appointed offices were for Supreme Court ran most of the elec tions and School Splrlt worked on all the posters Cher: Doxey spent hours worklng on assembly plans and Wanda Harding enjoyed watch Ing the money , z af V li 'I 4 Z if' Q3 E g f ff wk gy 4 . 5 W F ,E 'F' J flux fi 9 4 423 4' ll PM NW? 1 42 M2 ss KZ f N' i sa g ,M 1 Q W Y l f ,ff 9,511 W VQETEZ t?DfiL..!.,y QM- 2. M s L ll l ,Q l '51 aw, g Q: 'X 1 ,j M L, lt 3 L M Y! - . YI 0 o . 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The posters made by School Spirit that were placed in The Commons were probably the only communication de- vices for most students at school be' cause many first and sixth period classes were infested with noise. School Spirit also supported various school activities such as dress-up days during Hi Week, but Rob Young and disciples failed to comprehend the meanings of dress-up and sup- port. Under the leadership of Kari Hansen and Rob Young, School Spirit contributed much into making Timp- view number one. I XX 5 I r I I I I J I I I X. XXX I I I I I I I if I I I I I I I I I X I X X X X I I I I I X I S K EQSCHOOL SPIRIT XX-XXXXX, 5?35i57l9Wii..sz:r-X53 kfiiifs' 552551553 we , 1fQf?lfiX, X ga.-XX X zi4:w..,XXX-- XXXXXX. , ,WXXXXXXX X,.,,.. .X NE Scott Larson says save the bass. ' Xzs- XX: X - is I XX Get away Get away! XX wa ,XX X1-XmQX,szXXX.XXz X, X. fXXX1-XXXX--X--X-.5X93 ssssssysssssssessss was ,SM Xsiwgsq Kari took roll. 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The Thunderbolt was 5 f .f --" . -L,,,,"gef , - fs A supposedly published every three weeks but most students never saw - T nt.. At times publishing the paper was g We tricky because of the absence of a by photographer, but the staff found ,g . . sift tf'ff,l,',,"M'f,Is.l that old yearbook pictures worked Z - ' ' 5 -'fl ,Tl just fine. The editors of the Thunder- .Q 532355 gg Qglggrgygfgy, bolt were Lynette Anderson and 55235 Wall? 3 fl li iff . . . . "5flu'Zfyffz HKS'- Glna Larsen. Clark Fisher was in X ,ii charge of editorials, and Miss Frahm , ' y .Q had her hands full trying to control 1 inn this rowdy group. Row One: John Thomas, Row Two. left to right: Susan Gill. Joanne Bairdt Row Three, left to right: I , Christy Helms, Diane Workman, Kodi Jeffreys, Todd Adamst Row Four, left to right: Beverly Frahm-Advisor, Bruce Prichett. 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Ns .mgiw f -,4,Wwg'74' 'ffl f. ei f' - f n 1 ' . -ff f ., f w i f ' 'f i n f. 1 . X f ' ' ' . - X e 5, 5 Zeiss ' .gf sy 5 ' gm - f ag X X X s - - . s .s p X X ' s X X- -' - X M , X T sg. X . W . s is I ' -f - .X 1 sm ' X X' ' L if m eg s? , , - Q a ssess X we 'Q Xfisglf f- slimy-.m'vs,f,Qaf f , X , Ma -fr - ' X 1 - X f s ff ' I 7 15257 f , TALQN STAFV TALON STAFF: Row one, left to right: Renay Gurney, Tanna Schreiber. Annette Taylor, Row two: Jerye Allen, Nancy Anderson, Susan White, Row three: Scott Card, Laura Smith, Dave Merrill, Row four: John Rees, Kevin Thorstenson, Jamie Rees, Jim Madsen, Row five: Clark Fisher, Lisa Johansen, Betsy Ward. Sandra Woodbury, Row six: Miss Peterson-Advisor, Notpictured: Gary McKellar, Val Wallace, Sean Oertle, Nancy Heckmann, Mary Ann Pederson, Regina Nelson, Kris Percival. 88 TALON STAFF What had bloodshot eyes and mixc chemicals? A yearbook photographe Bloodshot eyes also appeared in mo of the staff who had decided to live 1 school for more practical purpose Deadlines appeared from nowhere su prising everyone despite the editor attempt to organize. Copy was on: again rushed over to Mrs. Oldroyi and hours were spent roughing out di? ficult copy. Shutters clicked and bull exploded at a furious rate, and mari prayers were offered for the turn on of clear prints. Pictures and copy bi came hard to coordinate layouts wit tempers and time running out. Dear lines continued to come and go wil such commonly used phrases as "But ...sf 13" lidn't get the assignment!" or "I gave t to them three weeks agoI" or "I lATE this!" ringing throughout the loom. The many hours of blood, sweat. and tears poured into making the year- look often resulted in frustration or avage responses, but the dedication und work of the Timpview High School 'earbook Staff insured that the TAL- JN would survive. ,,.-f' ,jf bu--f - Forensics Team, Row One, left to right: Ruth Ann Wong, Lori Larsen, Susan Terry, Raquel Lambert, Karen Cluff, Sheryl Chapman, Jeff Bohn, Shannon Baird, Katie Faulkner, Row Two: Irene Bird, Carolyn Knaphus, Janet Crawford, Duff Smith, Martha Palmer, Julie Newman, Rowena Bahr, Clint Nielson, Steve Burch, Row Three: Helene Kepas, Kent Hendrix, Maralee Stocks, Susan Peacock, Steve Fitzgerald, Steven Geary, Stacy Backus, Kerry Thorne, Row Four: Krista Thornock, Susan White, Mitch Wight, Bruce Pritchett, Todd Adams, Ken Roberts, Joann Stott, Kristy Percival, Row Five: Nancy Anderson, Mike Morris. ,Q M- -- .a ll 'F Managers: Mike Morris, Clark Fisher. Krista Thornock and Susan White Varsity Debate. 4' if- Bruce Pritchett and Mitch Wight. Varsity Debate. smfiaafgmawwwmvmwmammmwwm:zt',wf.w..z:mzwzwvzufxwm,wmi..Qw4mmiMnwWfMffwmwtw.,,,Mf,t,,t Nancy Anderson and Mike Morris Varsity Debate .ww ,...... E. o r 's..,,. " Ken Roberts, alone? E LEG EN I W Y f if , QL A n no , A K : ga I .F in gi fi Q een eeee Q if 'K ' T ,,.::: A ' .. N ' .. Y A K .. . A"Ag Q W' . me X , N W ..:. x-Q1' ..... I ,.A... Q... Q - A . Q . ,X hw...-13 -i , .And then Coach said to .. , :ww ' Rass. . n x L.D. Debators, left to right: Donnae Tidwell, Susan Peacock, Joanne Stott, Ruth Ann Wong. K' Nm, 'NN LIVES .. sa, f34?E?55'2N5f?i ... ,.... What kind of happy meal was it? Betty Davis eyes. again? .N egislative Forum. Row One, left to right: janet Crawford. Jana Ferguson. Carole Davis, Row Two: Carolyn .Anything else. Kern.. naphus. Mitch Wight, Joann Stott, Lynnanne Taylor. 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M' + Q? K 355.12 ,,a w-:L ' E, ffm M ,S wg + ,S 1,,3f ffm L' L"f ii ww R58i3EQEg2T? gigmglggigkfgrixwgggg M ik q:.,. .4 s3:53g5'AgQ51E55Bw wx U LS Q M. H gk SGW 'NE Hai as www 'ff iiwemkimw Siswiii 1 iff gl Q fisiiwzhifslsqa sl 1 kms? "' umimr SPANISH A ,.,, AW' DQ TQ ... N as i we f' x A-I vnu.-5 -'Q' N A Spanish Connelly, Jana Vitale, Cheryl Bates, Natalie Larsen, Aki Omori. Elizabeth Seaman, Leo. Davis, Wayne Porter. Row three: Mrs, Janet Ulrich, Amy Starley, Rebecca Laurie Elizabeth Hoffer, Harold Hoffer, four: Regina Nelson, Alexander Henstrom, wa. T' 5 , 1k ir lam qi' E if Y is 3 sis f 5 if il Q he S sk? :X f 3 14:1 , 1 . . , - f' 3: ,vt- 5 . - we :Q A1 .L I f . gg . K' J e r. is I my , -i Frenchmen promoted the French club. AVE Frenchmen returned in full force when rumors were heard that Mon sieur Stumphy was back concluding that America wasn t so bad after all Full of culture Mr Stumphy shocked the French Club with an introduction to Carmen a French opera by Bizet Cultural activities were also stressed In the Spanish Club Around Christmas the club did a Mexican form of Christ- mas caroling that was enjoyed by all. Everyone in the German Club looked forward to Herr Olson's authentic Bratwurst supper as well as co-ed soc- cer games. Club members with lots of money were also looking forward to a hopeful trip to Germany. Q 51 s if H 1 E E S X 5 E f 3 I s 3 51 ii 55 5 1 si s X E E S EE s s E E E Q ge if i E 2 E s E E EE . 5 S E E is F E E 53 F S1dBiiHl 'Sg'W?i K : Z N Wei g, YM ""'d-'lu S .. ,, c. Jeri was writing secret notes again. FBLA was an organization that of fered something for the entire stu dentbody Main goals of FBLA were to develop strong leadership qualities as well as establishing career goals en couraglng scholarships and developing character and self confidence Service proiects were also characteristics of FBLA. ln December they bought and decorated a Christmas tree which was taken to a nearby rest home. FBLA members competed in 32 different contests representing our school in typing and office procedures. BUSINESS 99 Ben Sotuyo took history in stride. ffl History was a class that caused many people to shrink away in fear but the teachers of Timpview made history and geography fun classes to go to A P History was busting out of its seams due to Miss McKay s teach ing Mr. Barksdales AP European class was busy earning credits at B.Y.U. Mr. Strong and Mr. McCoy joined together in a team effort to teach American Society and History for the sophomores. Both Mr. Sumsion and Mr. Chappell baby sat the Fresh- men daily-what a job! lm HISTORY Mr. Barksdale dreamed of being a quarterback. 2 Everyone was excited for U.S. History INA fly K it law Q ...J . . m.....,n-m.,...,.... . , -- .....m.s..f,. wkstagffw wifi- MM' ,X E 70144 1 E Q? J Q sl Q S I x W J' S X X X M Q J 5, 1:15 ,,,, 1 -,ig-J Q .. f lat Q. " Q. if S' if . , ' W . . . cgi... Q.. .. X Q t 5 Hi" is Q Q is 1 ss c X 5 X it :xy x Dave Diaz had always wanted to be in pictures. f, 1 r 3 it ' f'Vy 5 4 N-.A 1, N 'Nw-s as is ,+wT'--Q-w+...,..,,. Science was a subject that many T would be a difficult formidable sub ject Those students who gave the sci ence classes a try loved them because challenge made all the classes a learn mg experience The teachers also took a special interest In the students they taught Whether In physics with Mr Bangeter or chemistry with Mr. Fore, students looked forward to their classes with an eagerness to learn and to develop their knowledge. Birds avoided because they thought it if aw X X 'SX X X X Jeff lngersol, student teacher. The constant scratching of pencils and the chattering of voices greeted Tlmpvlew students as they entered various art classes Whether interests were In sculpturmg drawing or paint ing the art department gave many op portunities to T-Birds including Young Masters. The art club sponsored var- ious activities including the Pumpkin Carving Contest. X SW fm ti it IO! ART Munr- The Three Musketeers were drafted. Three I0 Six in favor of di5mI5S3I, ndu SI rial Rob Graham took time to relax. Brian Nish was rapid-on-graphs. I 3--.Ag .M ris Hag ,,...j Alan Wheeler worked hard. Thane Peterson was a cut-uP' X gk 'Ns d 4"',!q-'pk Now where should that line go? The industrial arts at Timpview consisted of more than what most students realized. The wood metal and auto classes were known to all students, but few T-Birds realized that the drafting classes were also a part of the industrial arts. 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Becky sewed her fingers. --xr FI II-VAVA"fy:"'A""x"A"'-Vx' Fo Ho O I I II I If, II :I I QI I ,I I II I II I II I ,I I, I I If If, If, II: I I I I I I I lasls kV,L V,.L igg,i5,L1i5': -kah I-L: V'VL- I kly, i pg-E: t-L gli tLk,V irgi Z,VV igggigyf V1,kLh 315:33-f:gl -yyh I-'gi-glfif VV,h i 'V-V, E Y'x '06 5 1' fi Senior Division, left to right, Kaylene Ostler, Trina Best, Lisa Heck- Junior Division, left to right, TOHYH Fif1l3YS0f1- Ann Larsen- NBHCY mann, Shelly Baird, Kris Call. Heckmann. Sara Midgley. Nicole Price, Sue Datwyler. SS Region Winners, Left to right: Nicole Price. Sara Midgley, Trina Best, Kris Call. Lisa Heckmann. lm i M ill -fi: s ., .. -. - , .1-L, - ., , .,,l.,,,, ,m . - , -, ,m. ,,l,,.,l -- -lm -lm gg, ,Qege .Ag lr? 4- e A e l ge A, l l l l E , 3 l l l E l l l l l l l i l l - ei img-N NW iff lg ll . mm.. mm.. ,,m... ' .W ,... X, - A , - 1 Safety posters lined the classroom. www A MWNKN Simulators were Stlmulatlng' Psssst, up or down for left turn. Runaway driver or Cary 1 A Y I ...A --ee TT Fasoinola lub 'wt QW A Fascinola Club, Row one, left to right: Alma Leavitt, Tomoo Taguchi, Rose Ann Taylor. Gary Wulfenstein, Bill ,wif - 4 - - Lindsey, Row two: Mitch Wight, Tony Nethercott, Shef Clark, Sam Eubanks, Kent Hendrix, Todd Adams, Bryan Talbot, Brian Stringham. David Robertson, Mr. Bangerter. Computer Club llllllfllllflssllillflllllll Computer Science Club, Row one, left to right: Robert Talbot, David Harper, K.C. Holmes, Laurie Walton. Nan Sheffieldg Row two: Alex Henstrom, Kent Hendrix, Mr. Gooch. James Palmer, Jeff Bohn, Trent Snyder. We protect truth justice and the Amerucan way was the motto of the Fascmola Club Callas the amateur radio clubj In order to get their radio license club Code Club interests were ham radios spectroscopy and com puters Bryan Talbot was pres: dent of the club Computer Science Club mem bers unanimously elected Nan Sheffield as president of their club The club usually worked on varnous computer programs and even managed to get a few of the programs done members had to learn Morse CLUBS l09 SDO1' fSl1'f1 fS- 'M 'sw 1, WW ,Q x., 3 X X Golf, left to right: Mike Stanger, Bill Madsen, Bruce Brockbank 3 ' - ,,.,.-Nt, aa, Q +G s Q ,,: A Q 1 , 3 l nw R 4' .Xiu I 1 - GirI's Swimming: Jan Mortensen, Carolyn Crawley, Caroline Christy Wrestling: Quinn Haddock, Dan Chrisman aa Xi ., K N. H , " nz Figiiigig Q A a X Boy's Basketball: Greg Nord. Steve Chase, Paul Sagers, Mike Stanger HONORS lll ..F""'K""' """ 'M'-NW' 'EW WW wiv' aiional Honor Society National Honor Society, Sitting, left to right: Brian Hansen, Ruth Ann Glazier, Anne Crawley, Kneeling, left to right: Karl Weenig, Julianna Oaks, Gina Larsen, Nan Sheffield. Bruce Pritchett, Kim Watters, John Thomas, Jeri Wyn Gillie, Cheri Doxey, Caren Harris, Deenette Hart. Lisa Heckmann, Standing, Row Three, left to right: Rebecca England, Tanna Schreiber, Jo Ann Zahlmann, Amy Oaks, Karen Bowman, Colleen Jensen, Shelly Baird, Gina Boldt, Sara Midgleyi Row Four, left to right: Nancy Anderson, Brad Garner, Kodi Jeffery, Annette Bowman, Ryan Lindstrom, Susan Gill, Laurie Snelson, Debbie Alder, Yuu Taguchi, Diane Knighton, Suzanne Giles. RQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQY I fllero . 3 In . LL V +'Q F, Q K ey :JJ is A 1 it , ..,.., 5, Q1!"'Q?"3 .V sl A ,L V - ul.. , f ..,.5..,. f- as lleee I rgg K ' - ii ti' 9-92 .5 a :if ieot .,,,,,,,e A 1 J 2' new-fx A 2"": " ' yyi'. A . " I 1--- T ,. 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Q G Toning up. .vh Spring and Simplot ga mes the beginning of track The Slmplot games although indoors stlmulat ed track members to do their best in every way from high jumping to run- ning. It seemed like spring wouid never arrive with the snow continually falling through March. Despite all of the snow, the track team looked forward to a suc- cessful, winning year. Alyson's awesome offense. Laura reached for the stars. "The ball's coming back" as 'vt v U r N Q W M i Coach May appeared perplexed. "That ball's not coming down." 5 Laura Thomas jumped higher. Teresa Thomas used force. C ,.-fa 11 xl-f' 1' 3 v .S fx' qxig , t MQ, f X gl X ,K ig? . . 3 1 . . - 5 1 .T ,I K, T tr ' is ,,. .-. Qi. Q I 1 X , i r :U Y ! , vie et if , - . A get 1 f alflgfl X f tt. 253 'K I Timpview's Girl's Basketball Team provided excitement and a great deal of fun this past year by winning their first game in overtime 6l-60. The team had only one senior. so victory was around the corner for years to come. The departure of Coach McCoy Qevery- one sadly waved good byej ushered in Mike May as coach at the beginning of regional play The annual Thunderbird Classic was once again one of the best tournaments for girl s basketball in the state as aff VHP . Greg Nord Bob ,num ket Keith Barnes Paul Sagers A S X William Sperry Rob R955 ,ww ,M I38 BASKETBALL ' v Steve Andrus Warner Scott Woolley shaving. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Bonneville Spanish Fork Springville Jordan Mountalnvlew West Jordan Ulntah Orem American Fork Pleasant Grove MOUHIBIDVIQW Provo Lllntah Lehi Orem Sophomore Basketball, Row One left to flghlz Rick Skousen. Vaughn Gordin, John Tucker. Sam De Hoyes, Brad Pearce, Kent Hill: Row Two: Barry Olson, .lim Howard Brian Packham, Steve Pinegar, George Stewart. 5 K , 1 l I E 2 K I l ? 5 E l E 5 H El 5 E 2 l , , 5 3 ,E iz lf af 5 3 L ir shm Freshmen Basketball. Row One. left to right: Jim Werner, Gib Arnold, Steve Gleason, John Strong. Eric Jamisonp Row Two: Kurt Spence. Todd Skousen. Chris Bell. Mike Miller, David Ely, Scott VanAlfeng Row Three: Jeff Thalman, Mark Finlayson, Scott Schreiber, Robert Sainsbury. Gary Gottfredson, Jeff Kingsolver. Craig Anderson. Dallen Olson. awww:t:s:emw,:mw,wf,Qg,mmHxtmewetm1QQ:1Q.anwQQ2manewmaximanwwwtQ1wlx:mamTwwmm1mpmat,wMaw,Wa gmwMweww.,,,Wm.wWw.tmamgWm..W,M.w M Qt X W W 3 1 V51 X 5 V at M. E , W L smug wx X fs X 5 Y is F K ui I V IISITY WKESTLI E. S ft tm'-M,Q.fgmaffs,1..tw x, X 'xt t A N, ix sw Nw Steve Ashby S ft ' ' ,f i Quinn Haddock Dan Patton ggim E X Richie Wright Evan Richards Scott Sorensen Dan Chrisman Randy Sorensen Coach Sorensen Reed Nuttall 1- - Shaun Rasmussen Paul Smith 1 Scott Giles ls Steve choking? cittts it ,ttsittri J fs gs 's ,S 3 l 3 Sophomores, Front Row. left to right: Bill Oldroyd. Farnooche Farahnakianp. Mark Grover Cquitj, James Larsen: Back Row: Steve Burch. Paul Gill, Harold Hoffer, .lim Snow. WRESTLING l43 a P9 an Q Jr' N. 4 -, it K ff' l 31. , ,e Q 4 J 1' 1 4 H. ' 'I 'fw- Q X 7 X X . L . I 9 'L L 7. Y Gu in f , , 9 , wg f ,4-,41 5 70" W' -Q," M-M4 1' Q ,Q MH1,',ffW 4 .., 1, A Wagyu W .SW M if SEAM ' " wx ' r X N if 3 s msgs-,N M 1 i flQ1'f Q 7' 1 gl , Q l..... -l , , ,. f i. i gat? :-f: X sg! .s its Q, . I ,L ,Q F ws. 3 1 as X is r' 6 Karin and her graceful backstep ...mi I Doreen didn't duck This was called cooperation! Thunderbirds dove for the ball Would you believe l curled it this morning it ix Got it' yelled Yuu Taguchi captain of the Timpview Volley ball team Yuu was the inspiration for the volleyball team Not only did she give IIO percent during a game but she also spent many hours making posters and deco rating lockers for the girls on the team Michele Galloway the only other senior on the team was playing her first year of volley' ball and she made a great contri- bution to the team. Karin fisher. who gave up gymnastics to give volleyball a try, was the most im- proved player. Debby Honeycutt and Cindy McMahon, both soph- omores, were the teams potential leaders and hopefuls for the fu- ture. VOLLEYBALL I47 1982 GYIVINASTICS TEAIVI Q I Q Gymnastics Team, Row one, left to right: Jill Downing, Kelly Hooker, Lisa Shields, Sandy Tipton: Row two: Shelly Meibus, Karen Bowman, Debbie Roach e- ' ' ' , z ' ' , ' . ' ' 1 Row thre Wendy .l.aDonn Roblns. Cathy Ehason, Jeanette Melbus Anne Carter, Row four Terra Hatfleld Chris Stratton Dana Hathawayt Mlssmg Polly Lyman S y2gsnw '- -mug iixie as we QM.: -: -- . mf. 1. - N .L it 5 .. S -t.i5 5 ,.. :fav - .N - X ,.,. . Q... 36 . Cathy Eliason kept in step. l Sandy Tipton flew with style. The gymnastics team this year had a new coach. Mrs. Doxey, who helped them get through the sea- son. The coach expected a good year, hoping for many results from the team. With the girls working out and using sixth hour to get in as much work as possible the results were good. Managers were Holly Armstrong and Tenny Sipherd who carried their share of the load along with assistant coach Todd Calvert. itil 1 2 5 i E E E 2 2 2 E 2 2 2 S Q K 5 X Q 5 5 E s s s E 2 Q 5 5 3 5 1 1 Q 5 ? s 5 K E Z i 5 Y ? s E 1 2 5 ...... Stanley thought he was muscular. .Aff .!.7'.!.7J.7'.A'f'.f.7'.f.7'.!77.7'.!.7'.A'I'.Af'.f' .f.7".f.7J?'.A7'.l.7' .l.7'.f.7'J' .A7'.A'!J7'.!.7'.!.7'.Al'.l" l.7..7J7'.l.7".f.7'.I-7' V G DJ r W ' - 3, , VY l"l'1 as ., za g,sg-, l l- LE' XX- .Q e V' jf, E 1-H - N., up , , -lf, My-. 'S . , QL :sie qgllq J , J' NN X, 'xii J ,fe . N ' W- ,f - fe "' ,ak xv. ,, W F if M,,...... The latest in baseball attire. "Take off." Mickey Lyons pitched for a strrke QQ, QL, . -7-flu.. Q95-Q-ftfrrfisw ess.: - : - H , t.- M -45, K 1 tete ,X an-""" tt Q ,, , xt X .t p 4 R Nw W X tt. ew. ., . 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Board, Seated, left to right: Ranae Larson, Treasurer, Diane Magleby, President, Donna Bench, Secretary, Standing. left to right: Dyann Smoot, Third Vice President, Ann Lambert, Family Life Commissioner, Donna Larkin, Health Commissioner, Judi Dayton, Membership, Dolan Condie, Second Vice President, Julie Skousen, Scholarship, Jodie Rice, Historian. mm - ,J Sigma? si Marina 'ana Rzxhakiigkn 'agiililllan iidbiriuahd' Laial iiealford Brent and Fae Beck Harold and .loan Rice James and Carole Burr Darrel and Clella Ross Niles and Janet Herrod Robert and Sylvia Taylor Blaine and Sandra Hirsche Ronald and Elizabeth Vigoren Hal and Diane Magleby Carl and EleanoriWollenzien ' FRlENDS OF TIMPVIEW 157' CL SSES 1 55" ' ssssa . -fvr- iv-.-v-,-v-A f A A - - - 5'VWS5'9Sssfsfs4 ess s Q vvs X Y W vl -I -- -- - -' "AQ'g"'-'Y'-'-'L-v--W Ft, 3 ,,.' X' 1 f I-,rf Q ' x Y . 5' X f Q . f'?52,, K X Q N. , ,Va x I f 'fab 4 .h 3 4 I 1 is L 3. '. X X g- 1 Xqbaw Q gf' , f .S .. '75 Y-l' K 14 5 I, in Vifli'-Z . 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The Senior Class Officers of l98I l982 served the class very well Anne Crawley was In charge as she was elected the class president Her assistants were Ruth Ann Gla zler as Vlce President and Jullanna Oaks as Secretary The Boys and Girls Representatives were Taylor Dayton and Trlna Best All flve of the officers were very outgoing and enjoyed actlvlty The closest of frlends they were able to work with each other In a very posltlve manner All the officers were good students and their grade pomt averages were very hugh Consld erably higher than IS required to mamtaln offlce The seniors at Tlmpvuew were very fortunate to have such hard working officers They made this year the Best of Tlmes 'tl "1 l 1 u 1 l 'm I l l VI tl n n - -v . n - iii-A ' 'T SENIORS l6l Jeffery Ahlstrom Lee Aidukaitis Debra Ann Alder Brooke Alexander Brenda Anderson Gerrit Anderson David Andrus Fidel Araya Barry Asay Cynthia Ashworth Garth Babcock MCKBY Bahr l62 SENIORS Leon Anderson Lynnette Anderson Margie Anderson Nancy Anderson Susan Anderson Amy Andrews 1 , c '33 ff? 01' 6 ...eff WANT ADS 4 57 435951 PLAY IT AGAIN BRAD was the title of the latest adventure movie to hit box offices around the country. lt ws the story of a boy named Brad Gar- ner who loved all sports especially Track, Basketball, and Football. A very intelligent man, he took four AP classes including History, Calculus, Health and English. The movie gets rather tense when Brad went to Boys State but it turned out good in the end. Brad worked as a piano player who had achieved great heights and ended the flick with a wonderful number. A movie for all to see. ga t , i 'f N if, 1 My Janet Bailey Glen Baird Eat-em-up, Henry Joel Isfaf . ' ii 1 - fi' W !fA, wwf ' .1 f Rochelle Baird .fwwksm-was W , wr . vu ? ' .QM ric Bergin 5. if . Q... :I 1 , w no-- Q A iam M -4 ' " ' " ""'1fw ' ',,,,,Q,w r 3-Ms , ' N537 :L k, '!b fyf,fgq.Q,45 QW , qw - , fv x fee'-fm, hm , Q L 2 QS, -' .,.',:w.v Pt -55 Janet Brlghton Danny Broadbent Bruce . Amy Boyack ' MW' H, ucv Www v WN W .-nn. James Burrows Catherine Burt Chris Call Merrie Lee Cambell Tamara Campbell Cari Card Scott Card Stephen Carlisle Randy Carr Marcia Caflel' THE DRAFT was yet another was movie. This particular flick starred the infamous Tom Maxwell. Tom played a man who liked all sports, especially golf, basketball and water skiing. When he got drafted, he was terribly upset and tried to get out of it. using his business and accounting skills. This was very good practice since that area was a possible major for him. Tom was a very interesting person, and most people agreed that life was never dull with him around. With this kind of natural talent, see- ing this movie could not be wrong. Steve Chase Marta Cheatwood Dan Chrisman Brian Christensen Diana Christensen Keith Clark I64 SENIORS Shef Clark Sharon Clegg BETT ER THAN E ER as Emmerline Coochwikvia A Debbie Cook Shur Woot-woo! i Cook Lynda Coombs Karen Cluff 'I-M? Paul Crawford George Critchfield Ray Cottrell Richard Cracroft Steve Crandall Gregg Cross Anne Crawley Clay Cundick Nathan Curtis Rob Dahl Annette Davis Seniors I65 k vm i" Stan Davis Taylor Dayton Ram W ' mi, of if an 'F-' ff S? V ' ,aff E51 I - K Cherilyn Doxey ,f WE? Shannon Engemann X, Yfvwmv 1 if , 4' ' 5 mv ' ll if li, M if I ,, Mira J, Wifi 6520 'Qtr , , ' V - 4 , "s ' 1 ww, ,Wx wifi :emi ,- Wa" W3 . ,i. 1 ' l-CGW ...- Lilia Flores Ginger Freeman David Gabbitas Joseph Gagon Michelle Galloway Janis ll ,, -if if ae- X G ' 5 Q l we v , re i i, me nb A 1' '-M M. f rm' Q if" ' fx Kerry Gardner Bradley Garner Carrie Giles - AAA- A A W -- - - - . ' i v 1 afivvv . . i Q G 1 QV ,, ala Wil 'ia .udnjf ogy r W W WMM 64445 ' fp, 9 if D7 Derek Gleason Robert Graham Brent Graham W ff , xi A .yi ,ffm f f"fZ'f ft' f ' ., 112:51 Y,f,3 . Scott Gregerson Jennifer Griffin Debbie Griffiths ilwiiv 435' it gitvf,, 4 i if M' F 1. .,,.e yy ry --nw "wh G f .aw 1 'W ill, , 1 gf y"L,+ i 1 in 1 fs, if 52,53 -Www! -BIRDS! FOREVER PROUD Lori Hansen Wanda Harding Ann Hardy Caren Harris Jeanne Harris Kyle Harris Robyn Harris Bradford Hatch Terri Hatfield Kristee Heims ,fly " f vb ,I ,Q l HOWARD was a show starring McKay Bahr. It was a movie about a man who belonged to a singing group called the New Horizons He liked to sing dance and entertain He was a member of the National Honor So ceity This man belonged to the D S D fan Club and engaged in foreign language McKay was a fantastic in his performance as Howard Dont miss it fs? MASCOTT LARSEN was an auto- biography about Scott Larsen. The unique thing about this story was that Scott himself played the lead. He did a marvelous job as we watched him ski, play the guitar, work at Park Sportsman and en- gage in lots of outdoor activity. He was a member of Drama, Spanish, A Capella, and Madrigals. Don't miss this box office hit. .. 1. Karl did his homework in class. Robert Hiat Jon Hickenlooper Dan Hildreth Eva Hill Brent Honeycutt Kit Hooker l68 SENIORS Ama W ft, , ll .mm 3 W KN , , .Mu N. - 4, vzttw 3 l ,N t 4 Mk 3 .Q v t ZW t .l A kson Wend l .lt , l I W k " what A 'W . A 4 Kristin Horton ' V , QW? A - V as Ulf" V X. ROACH was a pesty movie about the life of Rochelle Baird more com- monly known as Shelly. All her life she had to hold her own being the first girl after six boys. She sewed her own clothes and loved to teach children. The only member of the wrestling team who happened to be female she also enjoyed football, wa- ter and snow skiing. A member of A Capella and the National Honor Soc. She had many talents which included piano, which she had played for four years. ROACH is fantastic. Kristen Hunsacker Matthew Hutchings THE WIZ was a movie about an accountant. Jenni Griffin did a fantastic job as she was a very active person. She had a green thumb and loved to grow plants. A former member of the Swim team. where Jenni was captain she skied ran sang. danced and played the piano. She loved to camp and fish and was very good at it Cto the disgust of her broth- ers. riffs' K Ee. will wil? .U M wal .t Q: 'G tt as , KVM -:gt sf . 11 X qw ff: iffy QE wus' jf, he it V limi t 1 X fx , M ,Q , vt. 4, , lv it ut w We , L 'I' 1 ll Suzanne Judd Steven Kader Tanya Kah Jonathan King Emily Knell Lori Kolenski NIKL Paul Kuhni Gina Larsen Scott Larsen Ann Lastwoski Lori pondered the meaning of life. smkil 1 f Q , A' ' . 'sig' , i.i, ' ' A , I 1 .I X L f Lis . : L ' f' ev' Ei' . 1 Bryce Le Fevre Susan Leo Julie Liddiard Lynette Lines Jeannie Lyman Rebecca Lyman I7O SENIORS L JOEL ff X Mgz-' ,ig we iw ' ' -W ' wr ' f WX nil: f NUM . "lM::' llxmmlf ' l W ,M ff wr Q f My Wvx- iw vw f V , Q 4, 'iq 4, " ' A M li W g W 1' . William . wzvvaii' un- mr - "' g n .Ai 4 i ,A 1. .. W ii M ' , "gn if f il , J iff 5' ,L ,fm if' ' 1, 3' V' Karen Millet Karen Milne Bruce Milner mini! -v-,---Asfvvv4'Sr- ,,,i,,T,'eq.vi.mi.', ' 1 '. 1 wig fi ,, WT" f' W Am T "' -el?" 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Jamie was preparing for another cast party ark! 444 A Q TM? ,. ' ' L I' '-J' --e 3 ' 8147: l E f f X iw ' Q X l Michael Stanger Kyle Starley Charlotte Stephan Allyson Stevenette Doug Stubbs Don Stumph I74 SENIORS YUU Taguchl Bryan Talbot Bruce Tanner Kristine Tanner Karen Taylor Lynnanne Taylor Richard Taylor Rose Ann Taylor Ken Teeters John Thomas Kerry Thorne Krista Thornock ,,,-,------.+ - - A A ---------,.yx,,,,-,,,,,,,,.,,, v-5 Say What? THE ADVENTURES OF THE POTATO PIP was staring Judy Ryan. She played a lady who was extremely intelligent and was talking in sen- tences before the age of one. She was a very good artist, singer and actress. She loved sports and kept herself in shape by jogging every day. A seamstress, and member of the National Honor Society and a very creative per- son. she was the obvious one for the role. f.f.f.f. f.,nf.,-75.3 f.f.,x3.mf.f.?3 Sonya Thornton Kim Tidwell v' V -:2':Q:4-..'-'irzfifi-:'2:1S: ff m I .i:' I 1",', S in Vie' S' o . . 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WK X A N 'WWF' N 5 5 v 'W R25 'lx w w 1 w , .V, A G. ...gh rl ,. .4 . vw, f ,f A .sf L Qjwkg Q H . v '19 bln' w x mgrw.. ' 'Sus' W -,yW?f?mfl: 2 5 1."v., ,. ' , - W J Iley Diane Workman , 1 1 M 1 . ' , 1 W, Q - ,L I V ww , M 1 Ea qw TQ I " WW A - Wm 5 '?'ff 1i' A 'W ' X 1 T' WW N Www' My if --:W 5' ,'-Q, X ,Hx J ,xx ' f 1 A ' -CZ., "1"3W', 513312 WHY! Efifiw milf 'ww , 1 "if-:QQ-,g5:w' BYZMQM . ffl V S' Q ' A few years ago members of the Senior class had years of time ahead of them and many experiences to look forward to assignments tests and grades crushes dances and assemblies However time has run out High school years are over and soon friends and Sweethearts will be gone. But our lives continue as we look forward to more activi- ties, more experiences. The memories of yesterday will last a lifetime, we'll take the best, for- get the rest, for someday we will find that these were the Best of Times. ZA Vice Pres. CVE Mar: Aaron John Adams Scott Ahern Mark Alder Brenda Alexander Jerye Allen Alyson Alvord Deborah Anderson Jene Anderson Steven Andrus Holly Armstrong Kipplme Arnold Steve Ashby Gary Atkinson Karen Beckman Sports were some of the favorite things of Kevin Thorsteson Water skiing snow skiing playing golf and playing basketball were some activities Kevin liked He was also a as enjoying sports Kevin liked to be out doors He was an avid camper and hiker Photography was another interest of Kevin he was a photographer on the Timpvtew Yearbook Staff member of the varsity football team. As well -1 Kevin Thorsteson Stacy Backus Rowena Bahr Jeffery Baird Jeanne Baird Joanne Baird Ralf Barnes Maria Dinsdale and Diane Talbot-bunny of the year award. Bruce Pritchett and Todd Adams watched the IO's. Kipp saw a freshman wearing her outfit JUNIORS l79 K 2 E 2 E B05 :is E f 2 K Z 5 Z 2 K E i E E K X 1 X K 1 X K X f 3 K 4 i 3 1 1 S 3 a s , 2 1 3 2 9 2 9 2 1 1 2 9 2 1 5 1 X 3 E X 2 I 3 3 1 2 2 E 5 s X 1 X f 2 3 f 2 5 f K 2 2 K 2 K 2 f 2 K 2 Z f K s K i 2 2 K z K 2 Q f f 2 2 Q 2 Z 2 E 2 e f X f f K 5 K E E Q Q X Q Q X K f K Q K L s X 2 X K 5 i X Q 1 X Q Q 5 X Q 1 5 s Q 5 Q 5 Q Q 5 s 1 s x X N l l i Daniel Gish Aflllwny Goff Susan Gould Erik Grimmer Renay Gurney , S -CUIO Jacqueline Haines Michael Hadley Carol Hansen Haley Hansen Mark Hansen Scott Hansen Onika Hardy David Harper Kyle Harris Sandra Hathaway Lisa Heckmann Kem Hendrix David Henstrom Christopher Herrod Joseph Hiatt T xx K l l ' Brother Nygren tryed to help the Junior class win the Thunder Chicken award. JUNIORS I83 gr- 1 x F' ,Q Y, xr 'V' 1 -v ff Cheryl Houston Rebecca lvie Brggk Howegl Heidi Hughes Scott Humpherys Mariko Inoue Lee Jacobson Kodi Jeffery Adrianne Jensen Traci Jeppson Larry Jones Jamie Judd Kamen Kellins ,qw , 3 E S s E f sf 51118 ,Qu af" f .....i,.w..w Alan Kendall HEIPFIB KGPBS Sheila Kerr Steven Kingsolver Thomas Knight Diane Kmghton David Kocherhans Dan Kuchar Valerie Lambert Bruce Larkin AIU! lafsen McKay Larsen Kelly Liddiard Shauna Liddle Michael Lindley Ryan lindstrcm Eric Llnebarger Naneue Losee Tiffini Lundahl TOM lyvn U D s li ' 'Q' P' w .'5, , S in 1'- Q v A N. 59 if J S 1 Gr + ug" Q ,Ji 1-4 1' 6 L av vac: .. YU -Q' XJ 3 3?Q3f'm.,m l an SJW WM? 38 ifif E11 5553535555525 Qggggiifggxliigwz 5g3 wg,A ifssagfxv ages . J7? za" K. Eg 'Y t 5- H QW' '. No l don t know , h.. . 1 X2 NY' 'Q' - Mr Brower is Scot! Nielson Brian Nis Eric Nord Reed Nuttall h Christine Nixon john Nixon ymhna Nuzman David Oler Jenny Caneen. fliwu its vii? tx ff lf! l 'E My r l Na KX tg A dr 'Q tux f' wp? "l think Timpview is an o.k. school. Some- times it seems like a big social club. Most students don't look at others for what they really are, but for how they dress or how popular they are." Cathy Farrer was a well-rounded person in various arts. She did a lot of embroidering and pin painting with arcylics. Kathy was a first place winner in a jewelry show also. Boys and talking ranked high in Cathy's priorities. Taking physiology, Cathy hoped to become a doctor. Cathy Farrer William Olsen Kaylene Ostler Bonnie Paddock Steve Kingsolover wondered why. Brad veacock Jerry PHY John PerrY V- S S at H M: - my-mf., ,,,... " f 5111 'mu . it Q-iailiftvfliw tw Nr- ,.... M- ref M W " f "-' .... We me- stats? 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'.:, , 4-...M-,, Ve.. . ... ,, . .... - .... ,. , ...,., ,,.. ,.. , , , ,, Barbara Petersen Craig Pinegar George Powless ric Petersen Gary Pope E Q Rodney Price Nicole Price Bruce Pritchett Mp' 4 with half a deck Dave l88 JUNIORS :l what a hall pass was. H i' , ' Q gjrk - .- .. If -issxssssrr 5 H ' ' ,, - Ng-asgggx , - sing k ' , - X ' Q 9 i as X -::- gs,-iff:-::g srea:1 "' . Iiswiwi . . if five is .af E? ..-1 ge ,F X Q , 'SE X' ff, . 2 i L. - , -Y W S wg X CG .5 fg Nr -Q xx? X X E ,fig S ' - , ,f N f-,ff , QMS umm!! ..-:ig 'S l - :xii , , , . .. XA.. V 5 I . ' .fi 5 "' 5 x im best you se know v 5 I ' 1 teachers are good and tilg ii-gi 3 school." Pizza with canadian bacon Chris Herrod's favorite SBIIEW kept up on current Carrie Roberts Robertson - "1 favorite class was Talking to people and pie entertained Chris, working on models. outdoorsman, he iiked hunting and fishing Paul Sagers Schaeiiing 4 N ,Q A 1 t,et C Q EXW ff C S 5 f Layne Sisk Doug Smeilie Carrie Smith Ty Smith laurie Snelxon Jim Snow 7 Chris Herrod -yo ,, Judy Snow Rick Snow Dan Soceneamu Q Mmm Sperry Renay Gurney's lips were sealed. ii? '5E.iWfWX Qi' JUNIORS l89 vw K wb M X DNN RAN 5: XP NS Q 3 iw X 2 ESE E N X QQ! wk Y X f- .N ,FL K D 4' QL: K 3 sax M WMF, . x REQ he STC ng U96 IOCOUOI The 3urvloc5 f - R -, ,f L .aff X v x 2 L W, iw, A -f i 2, x K, X , , 1 4? V, ,k , 'iazgaqn www I4 gg Z , "'- 'f , W x , W , . 'fx fl ' .W """--N K.. John had a moth ID hrs JUN!ORS I9I S 3 2 S E 3 5 , X , KE E 5 i is S 2 5 E E 2 Q 2 5' 35,5 ,A I nk WM SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOMCRES 'MT E. Mm mw- 5 W'-'19 5 - MW ..,..Nfr "" ..1,. 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Juliawna Beasley Heanher Benson Heidi Benson Paul Begcra Eric Bergeson Heidi Bergman SGPHOMORES l95 vp, U ""C-lvh Irene Bird Teresa Bird Lareen Bluih Paul Boekweg James Boshard Marie Bradshaw Terra Brailslord Wendy Branam Shana Brimley Q NS-X Q Elaine Spanganberg found writing a hairy experience. x , . s 5 , Terry Ashton milked his carton. ff' .. M. 5, ,Q f we rrrrr 'M i Deborah Brown I o I .,-"' Mega .A Shelly Brown -z ,179 ' em-f' 'K - Rosemarie Burr Tom Call Lucianne Callist EY l96 SOPHMORES -i Qs Marlin chri,,.a,,5e,, Pau' Class Tren' Clyde Robby Wood was up against the wall. fv- Suzanne --vw eqdllll' Robyn Crowlher Susan Davis David Davis Floor Exercise Fnsher gave up the the volleyball team this year vorite color was green, along colors that suggested her warm personal- David Diaz ity. 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Being a member of the swim team and sophomore football team, Mar- lin was at home in the water as well as on land. Quiet activi- ties such as reading and fish- ing were also favorites of Mar- lin 'K mm 'www ,1- ,gov 0 Vr- N V VV fkwnff- wi, .x M fisuVVVV.V-',L:V,V.-N- ,, Milli: .V,:s:w'm2.Ww' M1si:.1s?w,Vw-'ir'1 sfzgiv 'M4:w.55'f?2r1sLQs2wH'zVii:WM11':ii,'?'9ff VAVVV' 'VV-V. . 52V ,- ,. V . .V,.,, . Nanc Heckmann was attacked b a woman eating plant. L, .V ,, ,,., .,,,. gwu, .,,,..,, MV.. ,,,, L .Vi ,, ,. 1wa'swi5w'awwXf"s-SW'""'w'1- ' '-if V ,, V" V ,, V VV ,. 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Carol Anderson Chaney Anderson Craig Anderson Kevin Anderson Kurt Anderson Sheri Anderson Trudy Anderson 3 z Mellsa Bateman Merilee Bateman Sleven Baumgarten Kirk Baumgartner Tammy Beardall Richard Beg! Kimberll Bird 5 I - Cal WOHISD Steve Bird Steve Blake Alex Blanco Jeff Bohn Nicole Bond Stacy Bouxelle Gail Bren ll ERESHMEN. . .GREAT EUR UNE YEAR Chris Carter Caroline Chapman Dean Child Cami Christensen Serena Christensen Galen Christiansen Karin Clark wa Steven Clark Bill Clay New hat fashlons Nicole Cloward Sean Coles Jeanette Colona Tina Compton Barbara Connelly John Cook chard Craner ,mi ' if ' .ag 5 a -M, l fri? g l 33 ii We "'l'l CLASS Bill Oldroyd's blood ran "orange" DF B5 ff D ' -' ! f J if D, if if 4' f E' -5 1 , 5 ,J 1 F fy S l g E in: l A1 i iii Q f' 'gtk in 1 if l were bu 1 WGN uP FOR Tm: BASKETBALL A Shelley Dixon Cindy TEAM E 1 My D D ,Y A f - Julie Duangdara Mia Duangdara Matt Edwards Wendy David Ely Nan Enke i Justin Wilson had a ball in P.E. 2l4 FRESHMEN Lorraine Eubanks Kaye Faulkner liifgi W: Z 1,-: wi H" - Carloyn Crawley Corenna Criichiield Michelle Croft Doug Dahl Denice Daley Heidi Dalwyler ' Q Carole Davis Chris Dayton Kenneth Dayton l l Hope he comes over here. N 'Ha ig X 2 5 i l AEM 11 .25 a www .ifleiif fi? ll l i 3l"'l"53lll i ' JM l M X '3 'll W l ' ,:, W , 1 i sxggrx Mi, i 5 i g3fi':": 5 3 ,i.g,flji,.l E Todd Skousen lent a hand. Scott Giles l y Bate struck again. Laurie Glazier Shaun Glazier Julii Gleason Steven Gleason Gary Gottfredson Tracy Gabbitas Kristen Garner Micheal Gbson When he was five years old, Sean Oertle won a first place ski trophy at Sundance. Basketball and football were enjoyed almost as much as skiing was by Sean. As an honor student at Farrer, he wrote an essay in eighth grade on "What Free Enterprise Means to Me." Sean's essay won him a fifty dollar U.S. sav- ings bond. its in Q, do . af, W. Q ex air K N 3 t st x X .tiv K K Dawn Howard Annette Iyer sm Maybe just a little bn higher Derek" said Eric. -D-5-D NA! In p ----------- ------------------ - ll X 'x X IV I I Q ? : Fi , I I I I I I I ' I ' I ' I arren dared to be different. I ,,, , I -..-------------,-.,' I Annette. how do you spell relief? I I I I I I I I I I I 'TT I Julie Jacobsen Kristi Jacobsen Eric Jamison Scott Jardine Danny Jarvis Mary Jane Jarvis Brett Jensen Bruce Jensen I I I I I I I I I I Leleste Jgnsen Maria Jensen Rick Jensen Eric Johnson Ryan Johnson Torn Jolley Mike Jones Eric Jonsson Tom Judd Natalie Kindt Cheryl Knighton Paul Kocherhans Laurie Koralewski Can you help me find the Geography room? Tracy Alexander loved to iump on trampolines. to play racquetball and to ski. She won a trophy for her skiing last year at Sundance. Cooking. listening to the radio. and reading were some other dimensions of Tracy. More than any- thing, Tracy loved people and was known for her smile. FRESHMEN 2l7 Bruce Lowry Danette Lukins Chris Lundahl John Lundberg Mike Lulhy Ann Marie Lyon Leslie Mackay Karl Markham Duane Martin Ray Mason K F 3xN...f , 2!8 FRESHMEN sf'-'- il?-SSFQWI 31wel:'W"v 'VFW io wife ,fflif l QQ ' Q -Y f--- -Y Y ALE Qi 5' we ase l ' Haag, ne w A W . 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' M Cesar Padilla J S S Q ff QQ? 2 ' av We Q" N X J' 'Q X31 mfg? 2 le mfg ix iwagam Q Q we E ,655 as , mil We ' wink fyfilffwaifixfwkk we wfzwsfl .... 2 .. we:f11:a:f -5 ' 2, wie M, x-:wfizgaawgsi 23 LW A we x , ---..--..---....-....-..--..-- Bren Penrod Michelle Percival Tauna Perry Lynne Peterson Ragen Pierce , lj 36 u A W, i e , : i so l R Y 22435 Steven Pinegar Wayne Porter Russell Powell Beckie Price Derek Rapier Paul Reay Ben Remington Sheri Rex , so we n - as s, we X I ,Q V. Cheryl Miner Sheldon Miner Krista Molen Spencer Moody Mary Moore Mike Moore Diane Morley Kristy Morris Wendy Naylor Mark Nelson Tammy Nelson Karen Nish Tami Oborn Sean Oerrle Richard Okey Bill Oldroyd FRESHMEN 2l9 hi Leisa Reynolds Tani Reynolds Sabrina Reynor Andrea Richards .K,- .K-LL - '- f,.- H -k.'- ' ' f' Dem Roach . 1 . LL--L-. K ,I R . ' ,Lm,. I -L.k ' . "This sucker is sooo good." gum., Robem Jenny Roundy Gary Rgylance Mary Ryan Robert Sainsbury W" .V Glenn Brockett "cubed" his frustrations. 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This year gave birth to new and unusual hair styles. Some styles that hit the Timpview scene were: the Bi-levels the Vidal cut Claura Jenkinsj with variations like Traci .leppsong the typical Utah cut CGina Larson and Jacque Tingeyjt the Crop CBrent Hillamb with variations including one-half of Timp- view's male population. Paul Crawford and Brett Nelson also introduced their new style CThe German Rocker?J to Timpview. The school was always original in whatever it did. Timpview stagnant and boring-never. "Send me your tired. your poor,". .. not your hardened criminals. Last year Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, opened the country for a few short weeks. Thousands of Cuban refu- gees flooded America's coastal cities, among them hundred's of hardened criminals. Communities along the Eastern seaboard complained about the rising crime rates, an increase of 807, in some areas. 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Animal cookies, Twinkies, age. - Licorice whips fredj, Ding-Dongs, Cake donuts, Snick- ul."'l'l"'llllll.lIll""i ers, Dots. Corn chips. Nb E uzqk 7 N E Coconut cream pie, Lady fingers, Apple Fritters, Sweet i E 7 - 'l'. E rolls. Carmels, Kit-Kat. " .t L ' jg : 7 .S I : Marshmallow cream, lce Cream, Hot Fudge sundae. Ba' A E - -N i . ,A qkgu 7 7 .s E nana split. Uncooked cake mix, Chocolate that was left I X 4- : in the sun, Frosting. -1: , , :I A L i 'lli - , ' 1' - , ' Cheese cake with cherries on top, Pecan pie, Triple ,,,'i E , ii E fudge chocolate cake with triple fudge chocolate frost' n-h - i . " 7 gii ' - of u ing,Raisen filled cookies, Cheetos, Oreos, Hostess fruit Enlnnn n'nn"n"': Iig - ' t A 7, E Pies- I J"..-F - - ' JOKERS f 1 ' Strawberry short cake, Eskimo pie, Cherry pie, Cinna- E K ,,,.,,. ' E mon rolls, Angel food cake, Baked Alaska, Truffle, Bos- ' R llii A Q ff ' ton cream pie, Whipped cream, Chocolate shakes. Car- : Dave Newbern Scolt Peterson f , A e E ' B t W d K Tho N mel shakes, Cookie dough, Apple tarts, Orange rolls. ' : 9 SY af afll ff' , -Q .,'i M, : Danishes. Chocolate chip cookies. Doritos. : Jamle Rees Annle Jensen 1, f, : : Ron Baird Bob Hyatt f 7 7 : I . , ., , 7 ' 7 - 1 I7 L nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIR7 I A 1' A A177777 i " A 's"MWmf1ot.ga 1 -livifvivifivif ,'i',1'i'.,i',7' -Lf ik lb Lb Lb Aga- gg'-L QW ttiityt g LIBRARY: , Hangout Juanita Wirltit l W Plants 4 t Na, t A 'i My Beeper l A Fines ' Kauo I.D. - Lover's pit OQI :li :init Iii il: xiii LIPS Ulf ill 11' 1 i What does Mr. Lindstrom do? Does he sit in his office all day, feet on desk, drink in hand? Does he moonlight as the unknown comic? Noll He's the cheerful voice that greets you every- day on the morning and afternoon an- I IIOUDCBITIEDIS. -- -1 pf LUGKERS Lockers housed everything: mirrors, woods proects, food, trash, and occasionally books. Corner lockers were loathed and hated, just ask Gina Young ' or Mike Zimmerman. If you happened to get the dreaded corner locker, you moved in with a friend. The "beasties" made your fingers blister and mouth runneth over. Old gym clothes kept in lockers added a special macho scent to the halls. Freshmen spent the - first quarter trying to locate their lockers and the second quarter memorizing the combinations. The ad- ministration was kept busy tracking down the arson- ists and the anonymous wienie pant artist. Despite the problems the lockers were home away from home. ...... . -il: CLOSING 233 V..- movms 552351522522 -2? 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Y Pac-man fever hit everybody. CLOSING 239 I l Z2 1 5 fn w E f f i I I 4 1 tins mast QLF times Q . K i ., 'SW' .. .nYU""""" 2 ' ' an Q . . nl' ' 'T X '. ' vig-B. ' . .. ee . Q if 'TTTTT' lt took three months to come up with a theme that would continue in the tradition of the previous books. The purpose of the theme was that it is always the best of times no matter where you are or what you are doing. The yearbook itself proved the best test for its own theme. Susan's summer workshop showed great success and Nancy's phone bill from Washington D.C. grew as the summer progressed. The first week of school brought excitement and an extremely large fight feditors against the worldj about the opening section. After compromising on the conflict, the first deadline showed up. First deadlines are never a pretty sight but this one seemed worse, maybe because we were in charge. The next great crisis was the cover. Being conservative, the thought of orange nearly killed us. The answer showed up in a metai inlay that compensated for a burnt orange cover that we grew to like. The first debate tournament, of course , fell on a deadline. ln utter panic we came at six a.m. and set the tradition of missing early morning Seminary. Fifteen hours later we finally went home, in the meantime setting two more traditions: late nights and missing the rest of our classes. After Christmas the staff began to set records for the most classes missed in the shortest period of time. More than once five o'clock brought Nancy's dad and her ox for debate whatcha-ma-call-it as Miss Peterson named ith heading to the post office as we discovered it didn't close until a quarter after. Deadlines always brought out the most interesting in people. Susan discovered Night Gwl, or is that white out? The all girl rubber cement party found new highs in creativity. Pizza and fermented apple cider became trademarks. The later it got the more people laughed and the dumber the captions became. Susan's radio nearly died of exhaustion. ' The amount of work that went into this book was staggering, even to us who did it. Photographers who went to dances, printed until they couldn't see, and didn't complain. Layout people who cut their fingers off, stayed late, and worked so hard. Copy writers who wrote and wrote and then re-wrote and then wrote again. Artists who saved the opening section and the photographers. No one knows the feelings, frustrations, work, and satisfaction that goes into a yearbook unless they do it. There have always been those who have been willing to stay late and come early to finish the book. To those we are eternally grateful. Little things became less important. A creative mess is better than tidy idleness even though it killed Susan off to see the office in such a mess. The bulletin board never did get a frame or any more pictures. Mr. Lindstrom also commented that the only picture he never did get was the yearbook editors. Grades were a problem but cooperative teachers allowed us to graduate. Between debate, half days, California, A.P. English and everything the staff had to do, we finished. There were crises, late production days, the threat of the book in June, late deadlines and then the good times feven if they were late at night.J Despite everything, or maybe because of it, this year has proven itself worthy of the theme The Best of Times. 242 EDlTOR'S NOTE THE BEST 0F MEMDRIBS T0 OUR STAFF: Jerye Allen Sott Card Clark Fisher Renay Gurney Nancy Heckmann Lisa Johansen Jim Madsen Gary McKellar Dave Merrill Regina Nelson Sean Oertle Mary Ann Pederson Kristy Percival Jamie Rees John Rees Tanna Schreiber Laura Smith Kevin Thorstenson Janet Ulrich Val Wallace Betsy Ward Sandra Woodbury Opening Photography Seniors Assistant Editor Activities Activities Art Photography Editor Art Juniors Photography Opening COPY Sports, Photography Art, Ads Copy Editor Sophomores Photography Closing, Organizations Photography Sports Freshmen OUR SPECIAL THANKS: -1-1-...il Patiently tried to unite the photography and the art people in the opening section. Printed pictures between basketball practice, games and school work. Did the senior section, re-did the senior section and then did it again without complaining. Had wonderful diplomacy and never-ending en- couragementand a wonderful sense of humor. Spent countless hours cutting out odd shapes to make the spring, fall and winter layouts. Gave everything including her finger. The elusive member of the staff that did the division pages with Dave. Talented, wonderful, and patient who gave week- ends, work and everything else. Filled missing photographs and division pages with quick quality work. Devoted patient and very effective at getting photographs out of those who didn't want to give them. Torn out of the arms of the photography class, he will be a very effective future photographer. Her creativity and style made the opening section the best it has ever been. One of only two copy writers, she did the impos- sible in putting copy in the book. .lack of all trades who performed with precision, completeness, and wit. Always willing to do anything anyone asked him to do. Spent as many hours on yearbook as she did on everything else combined. Attempted the difficult task of putting together two hundred Sophomores. Came through when he was most needed. Accomplished an incredible amount in a short time. Spent as much time taking Forensics pictures as everything else together. Contributed more than lust pages with her sense of humor that kept us all sane. The jest Freshman we have ever had, continuing in the tradition of the Woodbury's. Without whose cooperation we never could have accomplished this book. Spent five hundred hours listening, giving advice, opening doors, and wondering about us. Spent innumerable hours after school going over bad English. :lFor the opening pictures and a thou- sand calls to Chorlie. Linda Peterson Advisor Mr. Lindstrom Assistant Principal Joyce Oldroyd English Advisor Bill Baker Josten Representative THANK YOU, EDlTOR'S NOTE 2 43 Blake, A Aaron, Marc T. I79 Abbott, Cynthia 2Il Abbott, Nelson I95 Abel, Kenneth 2II, 2l2 Backman, Karen I79 Backus, Stacy D. 90, I79 Backus, Brent 2lI, 48 Berge, Kurt Bahr, Tanya L. 2lI, 46 Bahr, H. 52, 96, 54, I62, I68, II9 Bahr, Rowena 9l, 90, 52, I79 Bingham, Melanie I26, I63, 59 Bird, Irene I96, 90, 9l, 93 Bird, Kimberli A. 2l2 Bird, Teresa L. I96 Bird, Steven T. I33, 2l2 Blair, Allison A. Steven I33, 2l2, I43 Campbell, Merrie L. 86, l02, I64 Campbell, Tamara L. I64 Caneen. Jenny I87, 52, I8l Card, Cari L. I64 Card, Scott 88, 95, l38, I64, II4 Cardon, Janet L. Cardon, Jeffry N. 2l3, 48 Abia, Joe I95, I99 Adams Barbie Adams Bryan K. I32, I95, I97 Adams, Domi 2Il Adams, Howard 2lI Adams, John T. I88, 87, 90, I09, 9I, 93, I79 Ahern, Jodi L. I95 Ahern, Scott A. I79 Ahlstrom, Jeffery L. l02, I62 Aidukaitis, Lee N. 97, I62 Alder, Mark C. I79 Alder, Debra An II2, I62, 52, 54 Aldridge, Dana 2Il Alexander, Brenda I79 Alexander, Brooke I06, I62, 52 Alexander, Tracy I06, 2ll, 2l7, 55 Alger, Mikel D. I95 Alldredge, Jay 2lI Allen, Adrian I95 Allen, Stephanie Allen, Derryk I95 Allen, Jerye 88, I79 Allred, Jane A. I95, 96, 205 Alvord, Alyson I24, I79 Bailey, Debra I95, l45 Bailey, Janet I23, I62 Baird , Dirk 2ll Baird, Glen O. I62, l7l, I34 Baird, Jeffery I79 Baird Baird , Jeanne I79 , Joanne 87, 96, I79 Baird, Julie Ann I95, 55 Baird, Rochelle 52, 83, 85, l07, II2, I63, l69 Baird, Rebecca I95 Blanco, Alex 2l2 Bloxham, Lauri K. I63 Bluth, Lareen I96 Boekweg, Paul H. I96, 97 Bohn, Jeffrey R. 2l2, 90, l09, 9l, 93 Bond, Nicole N. 2l2, 55 Boldt, Gina 52, 96, 46, II2, I80 Bori, Raymond E. 208 Boshard, James R. I32, I96, 203, 50, 48 Boulter, Jeff 208 Cardon Carlisle Carlisle 1 n Jennifer I97 , Robert E. I92, l29, l8l Stephen 52, I64 Carlson, Jane I06, 2l3 Carr, Randy I64, I34 Carter, Anne 2l3, l48, I49 Carter, Carl 2l3 Carter, Christopher R. 2l3 Carter, Lloyd V. I97 Carter, Marcie I. I64 Cevallos. Medardo Baird, Ronald L. 43, l0l, 6l Baird, Shannon 90, I63, 92 Banks, Holly l23, I63 Barnes, Keith C. 24, l38, I63, I39 Barnes, Ralf P. I79 Boutelle, Stacey 2l2 Bowen, Melanie l8l Bown, David S. I63 Bowers, Tommy Barnett, Alisa Barnett, Alan B. 52, 97, I63 Barnett, Cheryl I95, 46, 50, 58 Barnson, Missy Barnson, Tina I80 Barnwell, Kevin l28, I80 Barton, Danell Barrett, Mark A. I80 Bowman, Annette 99, I06, 46, II2, I8I Bowman, Karen I96, 99, I06, 50, 48, l48, II2 Boyack, Amy 96, I63, 59 Bradshaw, Marie I96, 205 Brailsford, Terra L. I96 Bramhall, Kathleen 52, l8l Branam, Wendy I96, 50, 48 Brown Anderson, Brenda K. 83, 84, l26 Anderson, Craig N. 2Il, l4l Anderson, Chondelle 2lI, 55 Anderson, Christina I95 Anderson, Carol 2Il Anderson, Deborah I79, II9 Anderson, Leon I62 Anderson, Gerrit 5I, 48, 49. I62, 47 Anderson, J Ne I79 Anderson, Kirt L. 2ll Anderson, Kristin I95, l98 Anderson, Kevin 2II Anderson, Kurt P. Andersen, Lynnette 83, 85, 87, l26, 46, 9l, 62 Anderson, Margie I62 Anderson Nancy J. 64, 83, 88, 90, uv. ln. :62, ss Anderson, Anderson, Ross I95, I97, 50. 48 Sheri 2Il Barrows, Anna I80 Barton, Melanie S. I95 Bass, John 2lI Bastian, Matthew L. 2ll Bastian, Lorraine I80 Bateman, Melisa 2l2 Bateman, Merilee 2l2 Bates, Cheryl D. 96, I02, I80 Baughman, Tracy L. I95 Baumgartner, Kirk I33, 2l2 Baumgarten, Steven M. 2l2 Bayola, Claudia C. I95, 97 Beaman, Lisbeth I95 Beardall, Tammy Bearnson, Ruth A. I95, 97, 55 Beck, Andrea I80 Beck, Brian R. I80 Beck, Charlotte 2l2 Beck, Scott M. I29, II3, I63 Beesley, Juliawna I95 Bren, Gail 2l2 Brighton, Janet I63 Brimley, Shana I96, I08, 37 Brockbank, Bruce R. I54, I63, Il0, 59 Brockbank, Christoph I54 Broadbent, Danny B. 5I, I63 Brockett, Glenn 2l2, 220, 48 Browne, Amanda 2l2, 223, 48 Brown, Andrea 2l2 Brown, Andy I28, 94, l8I Brown , Deborah S. I96, I36 Brown, Dell G. 24, 54, 52, 83, 85 II3, I63 Brown, Mike I63 Brown, Shelly I96 Brown, Simeen 2l2 Brown, Eva M. 2l2 Brown, William C. ing, Deborah 46 Chabries, Randy D. I97, 206 Chabot, A. B. I97, 50, 48 Chamberlain, Clint I29, I8l Chambers, Gary L. I97, lw, 209 Chambers, Scott T. I64 Chandler, Marlene I64, I26 Chapman, Caroline 96, 2l3 Chapman, Gina L. I97 Chapman, Sheryl 64, 90, 92 Chase, Stephen C. I29, 52, 54, l38, I64, lll, 6l l Chaston, Anne I97, 55 Cheatwood, Marta I64 Cheatwood, Sandra M. l8l Chief, Sandra I97 Child, Dean 2l3 Chrisman, Danny l28, I42, I64, Ill Christensen, Brian D. I64, Il8 Christensen, Carlene I97, 20l Christensen, Diana 84, I64 Christensen, Serena I50, 2l3 Christiansen, Eric J. Christiansen, Marlin I97, I32. 204, 209 Christensen, Cami S. 2l3 Christiansen, Galen 2l3 Christensen, Rick L. Christiansen, Thor K. l28, 97, I0l l3I, I8I, l84 Christy, Caroline I50, l8l, I45, Ill Clark, John W. I28, l8l Clark, Karin 2l3 Clark, Steven I50, 2l3 Anderson, Susan M. I62 Anderson, Trudy 2II Anderews, Amy I23, I62 Behnert, Klaus Bell, Christophe 2l2, l4I Bell, Jeffrey D. I63 Bryner, Joan 2l2, 2l3, 55 Bryner, Loren I63, I76 Bryson, Barry H. I63 Clark, Shef T. I0l, l09, I64 Clark, Tamara J. 54, ISI Clarke, Keith A. 48, 50, 5I, I64 C Andrus, Nancy An 2lI, 44, I36. Il5 Andrus, Steven l38, I79 Ansel, Ray Bo I95, I32 Ansel, Sherry R. Armstrong, Holly I79, l82 Arnold, Kippline I79 Artroom, Elmer Il8 Asay, Barry 95, I62 Ashby, Sandra L. 2lI Ashby, Steve I29, 52, 83, I42, l78, I79 Ashman, Tyler J. I95, I32 Ashton, Robert I33, 2II Ashton, Terry C. I95, I96, I32 Ashworth, Cynthia L. I62, II9 Ashworth, Kevin S. I95, 5l Atkinson, Gary D. I79 Atkinson, Stacie Babcock, Garth J. 52, I50, 54, I62, ll0 244 Belliston, Kathryn I63, 59 Belnap, David 2l2, 46 Bench, Diane 55, I80 Bennett, Mark Bennion, Philip L. I80 Bennion, Stanford M. I50, 2l2 Benson, Ezra Taft I29, I80 Benson, Heidi I95 Benson, Heather I95 Berge, Kurt 2l2 Bergera, Paul T. I95 Bergeson, Eric S. I32, I95, 50, 48 Bergin, Eric J. I63, l53 Bergman, Heidi A. 62, I95 Best, Katrina 25, 83, I06, l07, II7, I63, l6I, 60 Bunnell, Lonni 2l3 Burch, Steven G. 62, I50, 90, 9I, l8l Burnett, Karen 2l3, 4I8 Burns, Maylene 2l3 Burr, Rosemarie I96, 2w Burr, Susan Burt, Catherine I64 Burrows, James E. I64 Burt, Patrick 65, l8l Bush, Sonja I8I Bussio, Gina I8I Byrd, Bonnie J. 2l3 Clarke, Catherine l8I Clay, Bill 2l3, 46 Clegg, Paul W. Clegg, Sharon 99, I65, I34 Clifford, John S. Cloward, Nicole 2l3 Cluff, Karen L. 90, 92, I65 Clyde, Trent I97, 46 Coles, Sean B. 2l3, I50, 48 Collins, Suzanne I97, I25 Colonna, Jeannette 2l3 Compton, Christine I26, I8I Compton, Tina 2l3 Connelly, Barbara 96, 2l3 Conlin, Val J. l90, l8l Coochwikvia, Emmerli l46, I65 Best, Richard R. 2l2, 48 Beus, David 83, I96, 50, 48, I94 Beus, Karen E. I80 Beus, Kimberly I24, I80 Biesinger, Louise A. I96 Billings, Russell L. I80 Bills, Rodney G. I32, I96, 5I, 50, 48 Bingham, Marci I96 Cahoon, Jill H. 2l3, 55 Call, Christine 86, I07, I64 Call, Tom I95, I96 Callister, Lucianne I96 Campbell, Angela I50, I96 Campbell, Brian Campbell, Kristiina I50, 2l3 Campbell, Bonnie L. I97, Im Cook, Debbie L. I65 Cook, John A. 2l3 Cook, Kevin V. I8l Cook, Shuri 24, 52, 82, 83, I65, 59 Cook, Randall R. I97 Cook, Rebecca I97 Coombs, Lynda I65 Cottrell, Marianne I82, II9 Hendso ottrell, Ray I65 ox, Janet A. I92, 83, 55, I78, I82 ox, Jesse A. 22, l82, 38 racroft, Jeffrey R. I97, 5I, 50. 48 racroft. Richard A. I65 randall, Steven I65 aner, Karla J. l97, 48, 50 aner, Kelly M. 92. I82 aner, Richard C. 2l3 anney, Susan 96, I82 awford, Janet I97, 90, 9l, 93 awford, Paul D. I28, I3O, I65. Il0, 6I, 59 awley, Carolyn E. I06, I50, 2l4, 220. ll, 37 awley, Anne H. 23, 52, 83, 46, 54, 47, II6, ll2, l65, l6l, II9 itchfield. Corenna 2I4 itchfield, George I65 oft, Michelle L. 68, 2I4 oss, Greg I65 oss, Terry owley, Leslie A. I97, 99, 46, 50, 48, I45, II5 rowther, Robyn L. I98, 46, 50,48 .iellar, Jose E. I98 .mdick, Clay R. 48, I65 .mdick, Kirt E. I98, 46, 50, 48 Jrtis, Nathan I65 hl, Douglas E. I33, 2l4, 48 hl, Robert E. I29. 52, 95, 54. II3, I65, 34 ley, Denise l50, 2I4 twyler. Heidi 2I4 twyler, Sue A. I07, I82 vis Annette K. 96, I65, II9 vis, Susan M. I98. 99 vis, Michael vis Michelle I98 vis, Carole A. 2l4, 2I9, 93 vis, Fred I32, I98, 20l vis Gregory I98 vis, David D. vis Jared I98 vis Larry R. I98, 48 vis, Michelle I98 vis, Stewart E. vis, Rebecca S. vis Russell I66 vis, Ronald L. vis, Stan 65, I66 y, Bryan D. yton, Christopher 83, 2I0, 2l4 yton, Kenneth W. 2l4 yton, Taylor L. 83, II3, I66, I6I Hoyos, Ramona I66 Hoyos, Samuel I98, I40 cker, Michael 55 mita. James A. 48 cker, Tod I29, l3I, I82 nning. Alyson I98, l36, I37, 45, II5 nning, Kirk W. nnis, Michelle J. wey, Karen I82 z, Alex I29. I66 z, David 23, l0l, I32, I98 p, Thanh lman. David H. l0l, 46. 48, I66 sdale, Maria 46, I79, I82 brow, Nancy I82 on, Andree L. I98 on, Michelle 2l4 Doegey, Ben l. I98, I32, 208 Doran, Michael E. I82 Dowdle. Christine I66 Downard, Cindy J. 2I4 Downard, Stefanie I66 Downing, Jill A. I48. I66 Downs, Raylene B. I98, l95 Doxey, Cherilyn 83, 85, I06, 46, II2, I66 Doxey, David I33, 2l4, 48 Draper, Kelly G. I98 Driggs, Tiffany J. I98 Duangdara, Mike I82 Duangdara, Mia 2I4 Dunford, Kathleen I98, l0l, l25 Duangdara, Julie 2I4 Edwards, Rachelle I82 Edwards, Shon R. I98, 96 Edwards, Matthew G. 2l4 Eggertson, Lee l54 Espinoza. Luis I98 Ekins, Sandra C. 94. I06, I26, I82 Eliason, Catherine C. I48. I49, I82 Elkington, Wendy L. I46, 96. 2l4 Elkins, John 24, IO8. I66 Elliott, John R. I66, 38 Ellis, Brian I98. I32, 20l Ellsworth, Bradley I66 Ellsworth. Karen I24, I82 Ely, David 2l4, 50, 48, I4l Ellsworth, Karinna I98, 55 Empey, Mark H. 96, 2l4 England, Jane I0l, I82 England, Rebecca lOl. II2, I66 Engemann, Lizanne Engemann, Robert A. I32, I98 Engemann, Shannon L. 68, I66, 6l Enke, Aaron I29. 46, I66 Enke, Nan L. 2l4, 46, 55 Escobar, Glenn P. Eubanks, Lorraine 2ll, 2l4, 55 Eubanks, Samuel G. I09, I82 Evans, Danny I82, l84 Evans, Bradley T. I98, 5l, 50, 48. 49 Evans. Shelley A. I66 Evenson, Brian K. 96, I32, I98, l43 F Fakler, Laurie A. I82 Fakler, Lynne I98, 97 Farahnakianp, Farnoo l43 Farnsworth, Steven W. I98, 46. I40 Farnsworth, Yvonne I22, 52, 46, 50, 48, I66 Farrer, Kathy D. l87, 48, I82 Farrer, Kathleen I98. 50 Faulkner, Kaye L. 2l4, 90 Faulkner, William A. I66 Faux. Julie Felt, Curtis H. SI, lOl, II7, I66, 6I Felt, Kristie 2I4 Ferguson, Jana Le 2l4, 48, 93 Ferguson. Melanie I66 Ferre, Jeff 2l4 Ferre, Steven I98 Ferrero, Susan E. Festag, Sean I98, 5I, 50, 48 Finlayson, Tonya L. I07, I82 Fisher, Cindy L. I82 Fisher, Clark 88, 90, 93, I66 Fisher, Karin I98, I99, KD, I47,l46 Fisher, Rebecca I66 Fisher, W. A. I32, I99 Fitzgerald, Aimee Fitgerald, Jan I66 Fitzgerald, Kurt 2l4 Fitzgerald, Steven I99, 90, 9I, 93 Flores, Lilia I67 Folsom, Robert A. 97, I82, I44 Ford, Alison Ford, Rosalie Foster, Gina M. I99, 68 Fowler, Leslie Francom, Connie M. I82 Frazier, Mike 29, 60 Frazier, Rodney I28, I3l, I82. 35 Freeman, Esther I99 Freeman, Ginger l02. I67 Freeman, Sharleen 2I4 Frischknecht, Jennif I99, 97 G Gabbitas, David I28, I67, 38 Gabbitas, Ronald J. I33, 2l4 Gabbitas, Tracy L. 2l5 Gagon, Joseph A. I67 Galan, Patrick L. Galan, Phillip I99, 50, 48 Galloway, J. M. I32, I99, 207 Galloway, Michelle I46, I36, I67, 59 Gardner, Janis I67 Gardner, Kerry L. I67 Garner, Bradley II2, II3, II6, I28, I67 Garner, Kristen 2l5 Gast, Suzanne R. Geary, Stephen W. I99. 90, 9l, 93 Gee, Cindy I99, II8 Gee, Kurt D. Gibson, Micheal l50, 2l5, 48 Giles, Carrie l26, II3, I67 Giles, Scott L. I33, 2l5, 48, I42 Giles, Suzanne l0l, I06, 46, II2, I82 Gilchrist, William I99 Gill. Paul I99 Gill, Susan 87. 46, 50, 48, I82 Gillie. Jeri Wyn 52, 90, 99, II2, I67, I74 Gish, Daniel R. l83 Givan, Shauna I67 Givan, Terri I99 Glazier, Laurie C. 96, 2l5, 46 Glazier, Ruth An 23, 52, 83, 46, II2, I67, I6I, ll9, 58 Glazier, Shaun C. 2l5. 48 Gleason, Derek T. I67 Gleason, Julii B. 2l5 Gleason, Steven 2l5. I33, I4l Goff, Anthony M. I29. l83 Gottfredson, Gary 2l5, l4l Gottfredson, Suzanne I99 Gould, Susan l26, l83 Gourdin, Vaughn I99, I40 Graham, Brent I67, 38 Graham, Robert B. I03, I67 Graham, Kathryn I99, 48, 55 Graham, Michelle Grammer, Kimberly 2l5 Grant, Konnie K. I67 Gray. Lael I32, I99, 48 Gray, Valerie 2l5 Gregerson, Scott 86, I67, II4 Griffin, Jennifer 52. I67, l69 Griffin, Robert 2l5, 48 Griffiths. Debra 52, 99. I67 Griffiths, Ellen 2l5 Griffiths, Donald E. 2l5 Grimmer, Erik l83 Grimmer, Helle K. 2l5 Grover. Grover. Mark L. 2l5, l43 Marc A.'l29, I67 Gunnell, Lisa A. 2l5 Gurney, Renay J. l89, 88, l26, l83 H Haddock, Quinn J. I28, I42, III Hailstone. Christopher 2I6 Haines. Jacqueline 99, 50, 48. l8l, I83 Hale, Amy I99 Hale, Emily Em 2l6 Hadley, Michael l83 Halfacre. Eric D. Hall. Carolyn I67 Hall, Gina Hamblin, Kristin Hammond, Roy C. I32, I99 Hammond. Samuel S. I02, 2l6, 222 Hammond. Shelby S. 62. I67 Hancock, Deborah J. I99, I34 Hanks, Jesse W. I33, 2I6 Hannig, Mark W. 2l6 Hansen. Brian T. 83, 85, II2, I67, II8 Hansen. Carol l0l, I06, I83 Hansen, Haley R. 52, l83 Hansen, Kari 84, 86, 96, H7, I67 Hansen, Lori G. I68, 58 Hansen, Mark T. l83, II8 Hansen, Starlee J. 2l2, 2I6 n, Tom G. Hansen, Trent J. I99, 50, 48 Hansen, Scott M. 52, l83 Hansen. Teresa I99 Harding, Wanda 83, 85, I68 Harding, Weston F. 2I6 Hardy, Ann C. I23, I68 Hardy, Darren A. l50 2l6, I34 Hardy, Lisa 2l6, 48 Hardy. Onika l50, l83 Harper, David A. I28, IO9. l83 Harper, James L. I32, I99 Harper. Karla I99 Harris, Caren E. 99, 48, II2, I68, 60 ,v Harris. Jeanne I68 Harris, Kyle M. l83, 39, 38 Harris, Dayna K. 2l6, 223 Harris, Kirk S. I99, 46, 50. 48 Harris, Kyle L. I68 Harris, Nathan R. Harris, Robyn J. 99, I68, I34 Hart, Deenette I99, ll2 Hartvigsen, Darren K. 2I6 Hayes, Danna D. I99 Hayes, Diane 2l6 Harward, Kent XD Hatch, Bradford S. I68 Hatfield, Terri L. 83, I22, I48. I68, 60 Hathaway. Dana 200, I48, I49 Hathaway, Sandra D. I83, I45 Hawkins. Michael D. 200, 50. 48 Haws, James 2m Haymond,lLinda 2w Heckmann, Lisa 52, 96, I06, l07. II2. l83 Heckmann, Nancy l07, 200 Heidt, Troy7'S. 2l6, 50, 48 Heims. Kristee 87, l26, I68 Heiner, Kara J. 200 Helquist, Rebecca 2w, 46 Hendrix, Kent A. 90, IO9. 9I, 93.l83 245 Heninger, Heidi 200, l45 Henstrom, Elxander 96, I33, 2l6, IO9 Herbert, Wendy D. 2l6 Henstrom, David R. l0l, I83 Herrod, Christopher I9I, l83, I89 Hiatt, David E. 2l6 Jarvis, Danny 2l7 Jarvis, Mary Jane 65, 2l7 Jarvis, Holly 46, 50, 48, I69 Jeffery, Kodi R. 87, II2, I84 Jenkins, Laura I69, 6l Jenkins, Wesley I32, 2m Jensen, Adrianne 52, 54, 55, I84 L Lambert, Raquel 2l8, 90, 9l, 92 Lambert, Valerie I85 Larkin, Larsen, Larsen, Bruce D. I85 Ann 96, I07, I85 Gina 83, 85, 87, II2, I70, Higgins, Patricia I84 Hill, Laura l06, 2w, 55 Johnson, Eric T. l33, 2l7 Hiatt, Joseph F. I83 Hiatt, Robert I68 Hickenlooper, Jon I 52, l0l, 54, I68, Il9, I34 Higbee, Dawn 2l6 Hildreth, Daniel G. I68 Hill, Eva I68 Hill, Heather I84 Hill, Karin 2m Hill, Kent B. 22, 83, 2w, l40, I94 Hill, Eugene R. I84 Jensen, Brett T. 2l7 Jensen, Bruce 2l7 Jensen, Celeste D. 2l7, 46 Jensen, Rick l33, 2l7 Jensen, Colleen 52, II2, l69 Jensen, Kristine I69 I72 Larsen, McKay I85 Larson, Michelle 20l, 203 Larsen, James 2l8, I43 Larsen, John I32, 20l Jensen, Kristen l26, I69 Jensen, Kory L. I69, 39 Jensen, Maria 2l7 Jeppson, Traci I24, I84 Joe, Henry J. l28, I69 Johansen, Lisa A. 96, 200 Larsen, Larsen, Larson, Peter F. 96, 2l8, l43 Lori 20l, 90, 9l, 93 Scott 52, 86. 87, 54, l43, I68. I70, 60 Lastowski, Ann M. 52, I70 Lastowski, Michael V I33, 2l8 Hillam, Brent K. I84 Hilton, Brandy L. 2l6 Hinkins, Kimberly 2m Hirsche, Leslie L. 2l6 Hoffer, Elizabeth 96, I84 Hoffer, Harold P. 96, 200, l43 Hollingshead, Jana 2l6 Holmes, K. T. 200, 50, 48, l09 Holmes, R. S. 2l6, 48 Holmes, Ryan H. l33, 2l6 Holmes, Stephen K. 200 K Honeycutt, Brent L. I68, 39, 38 Honeycutt, Debby I46, 200, II5 Hooker, Kelly A. 2l6, 46, 48, I48, l49 Hooker, Kit I29, 46, 50, 48, I68 Hopkins, Patrick D. 200 Horlacher, H. Matthew 2l6 Horsley, Catha S. 2m Hortin, Kristin I69 Horton, Nathan M. 2l6 Johnson, Marianne 2l7 Johnson, Ryan F. 2l7 Johnson, Wendy 97, I84 Jolley, Michael T. 2l7, 48 Jones, Chere 52, 83, 85, 86, 54, I69, 58 Jones, Kristin I25, 200 Jones, Kendall W. Jones, Larry H. I28, l8l, I84 Jones, Michael D. 2l7 Jones, Nancy I69 Jones, Robert L. I69 Jonsson, Eric 2l7, 48 Jorgensen, Heidi 97 Judd, Jamie L. l26, I84 Judd, Mary 20l Judd, Suzanne 93, I70 Judd, Tom I33, 2l7 Houston, Howard, Howard, Howard, Howard, Howard, Cheryl A. I84 Andrew L. I69 Dawn 2l6, 48 Holly A. 2l6, 55 James D. l40 Shawn R. 200, 50 Howell, Brook J. I84 Miller, Tonya D. I86 Huber, Kerry 97, I32, 200, 207 Hughes, Heidi S. I84, IIO, I34 Huish, Joy L. 2m Humpherys, Scott B. I84, I86 Hunsaker, Kennth J. Hunsaker, Kristen I69 Hunziker, Jeff 2l6 Hutcaings, Matthew I69 Hutchings, Shaunae Hyer, Annette 2l6 Lyman, Paulette 68, 20l Inoue, Mariko I84 lvie, John P. 97, 200 lvie, Rebecca I24, 97, lOl, l06, I84 J Jackman, Clay D. l00, I32, 2w Jackson, Jackson, Merletha I68 Wendy M. 52, I69 Jacobs, Andy I69 Jacobs, Roxy l26, I69 Jacobson, Brian K. 39 Jacobson, Kristi 2l7 Jacobson, Lee l92, 98, 29, I84 Jacobson, Julie A. 2l7 Jamison, ERic 2l7, I4I Jardine, Scott 2l7, l43 246 Kadar, Michelle E. 20l Kader, Steven I70 Kalt, Christina N. I25, 20l Kalt, Tanya I70 Karren, Laura 20l, 55 Kelling, Kareen I84 Kelly, Christopher P. I50, 20l Kelley, Kimberly l92, 94, 97, 55, I84 Kendall, Alan R. I85 Kendall, Marty 20l Kepas. Helene 46, 90, 9l, I85 Kepas, Sophia 20l, 50, 48 Kerr, Sheila I90, I85 Killpack, Paul D. 20l Kimmel, Jamie I46, 20l, 46 Kindt, Natalie 2l7 King, Jonathan E. I70 King, Margaret 97, 20l King, Scott C. 20l Kingsolver, Steven I87, 46, 50, 48, 49, I85 Knaphus, Carolyn 90, 9l, 92 Knell, Emily 86, 70 Knell, Thomas T. 20l, l40, ll8 Knight, Todd l97, 20l, I40 Knight, Thomas l93, l28, I85 Knighton, Cheryl R. 2l7 Knighton, Diane 52, II2, I85 Kocherhans, David C. I88, I85 Kocherhans, Paul l33, 220, 2l7 Kolenski, Lori I70 Koralewski, Lauire C. 2l7 Kuchar, Dan I85 Kuhni, Paul I28, I70 Kyger, Alison 20l Kyger, Alma 20l Leavitt, Alma C. 20l, l09 Leavitt, Andrew L. Lees, Mark D. 2l8 Le Fevre, Bryce 52, I70 Le Fevre, Kapree 2l8 Leftwich, Jody M. 2l8 Leo, Susan 96, I70 Leo, Sherie 20l Leo, Winnie 2l8 Lepule, Anlilani A. Lewis, Luz Liddiard, Julie A. I70 Liddiard, Sharon A. 20l Liddiard, Kelly I85, 39 Liddle, Shauna L. 52, 97, I85, I86 Liebschutz, Cindy 20l, 55 Lindberg, Daniel P. Lines, Ellen 2l8, 48. I36 Lines, Lynnette I70 Lindley, Michael F. I85 Lindsey, Bill 20l, 50, 48, I09 Lindsey, Sean T. 48 Lindstrom, Ryan B. I29, 97, II2, I85 Linebarger, Eric J. I85 Linford, Van J. I32, 20l Lloyd, Elizabeth 2l8, 48 Losee, Nannette R. I85 Lott, Danny 20l, 204 Lowry, Bruce R. 2l8 Lukins, Danette A. 2l8 Lundberg, John S. 2l8 Lundahl, Christian T. I33, 2l8 Lundahl, Tiffini T. I36, I85 Madsen, William G. 46, 98, l54, l7l, IIO Magleby, Matson A. I86 Mangione, Tammy I24, l86 Marchesi, John l7l Markham, Karl W. I33, 2l8 Martin, Donald R. 20l Martin, Duane 2l8 Martinez, Renato P. Mason, Sheri Ann I86 Mattingley, Ray J. 2l8 Mason, Ray R. 2l8 Mather, Eric IOI, I86 Mathie, Dana I36, l45, II8 Matthews, Blake L. I29, I86 Matthews, Craig L. l7l, I44 Maughan, Crystal 55 Maxwell, Jill Maxwell, Thomas l7l Mc Causland, Korene I86 McCloud, Heather 97 McCoard, Harry G. 2l8 McDonald, Doreen l46, I47, I36 Mclff, Gregory B. I32 McKay, Nathan 43, 52, 82, 83, 54, 7I McKee, Shawna 2l8, I36 Mc Kellar, Gary M. Il3, 89, I85, I86, II8 McKenprick, Nancy l7l McMahon, Cindy M. I46 McMahon, Erin M. l7l McMahon, Kathleen T. Meibos, Jeanette I48, l7l Meibos, Shelly A. I48, l49 Meldrum, Raymond 24, I98, l7l, 59 Meldrum, Barbara Mendez, Ari Merrill, Jr. A. David I29, 88, I3l II2, I85, I86, II8, ll9 Merrill, Chris 204 Merrill, Katherine 2l8 Meservy, Lynda Messick, Melynda I86 Metten, Joseph P. 2l8 Meyere, Tammy Midgley, Sara L. I0l, I06, I07, II2 I86, II4 Miles, Julie 2l8 Miller, Blake W. I50, 2l8 Miller, Brian Im, I32, 206 Miller, Gwen 2l8 Miller, Michael I33, 2l8, l4I Miller, Keith l7l Miller, Stefanie Miller, Shawna R. l50 Luu, Hao Ch Luthy, Michael J. 2l8 Luu, Bao Q Luu, Nghi Q. Luu, Chi Que Luu, Qui Lyman, Rebecca I22, I70 Lyman, Jeannie I70, 58 Lyon, Anne-Marie 96, 2l8 Lyon, Derek l7l, I34 Lyons, Mickey R. l7l, l52 Lyons, Teresa 52, 83. 85, 54, 28, l7l Millett, Karen l7l Milne, Karen 84, I26, l7l Milner, Bruce l7l Millett, Lisa 2l8 Miner, Daniel l7l Miner, Cheryl L. 2l9 Miner, Lynda K. l7l Miner, Mike I86 Miner, Sheldon A. 2I9 Lyon, Tom R. I85 Lysenko, David W. 99, Il6, l7l, 29, 60 Mackay, Leslie 2l8, 48 Madsen, Debora l7l Madsen, James A. 88, ll6, l7l, II8. 60 Madsen, Michael G. 20l, 50, 48 Misbach, Alan R. Misbach, Lori Miskin, Mike Molen, Krista L. 2I9 Mitchell, Ronnie J. I29, I86 Molen, Chad K. Molyneux, Trent Monson, Peter A. 46, l7l, Il9 Moody, Andrea I86 Moody, Spencer P. 2l8, 2I9 Moore, Mike 2I9, 55 Moore, Mary C. 2l9, 55 iorris, organ, Kenneth C. l7I orley, Diane 2l9 iorley, Michael F. l7l iorley, Rebecca A. I86 Kristy 2l9, 55 Oldroyd, Scott L. II3, I72 Oldroyd, Bill 2l4, 2l9, 48, I43 Oler, Richard J. I72 Olesen, Andrew 203 Oliver, Camille 203 iorris, Michael D. 90, 9I, II2, l7l iorrison, Steven D. I43 lortensen, Andrew 98, l7l lortenson, Jan l50, I86, lll lortensen. Lee 98, l86 loser, Kelly L. lortimer, David E. loulton, Stanley W. I28, l86 loultrie, Ryan C. lower. Merrill luhlestein, Heather I92, 52, 54, I86 urdoch, Lori K. I72 urdoch, Sherri l80, I86 urphey, Brian I72, 59 unro, Joseph I72 Olson, Charlotte A. 2l9 Olsen. Rona L. 2l9 Olson, Tamara J. 203 Olsen. Trevor C. l50, 2l9 Olsen. William W. l87 Omori, Aki 96, 203. 55 Osborne, Caryn 203, 50, 48 Ostler, Brian 2l9, 48 Ostler Kaylene I87, IO7, I26 Ostler, Ralph Ostler, Thomas J. 2l9 Oveson, Merrill I32, 203 P Page, Len R. I28, I72, l52 Packham, Bryan A. 203, I40 Padilla. Cesar 2l9 ax, Brian aylor, Wendy S. 2l9 elson, Barbara S. lelson, Brett C. I28, I72 lelson, Jenifer 50, 48. I86 lelson, Kristine 84, I26, I72 lelson, Mark D. I32 lelson, Mark K. 2l9 lelson, Regina 96, I86 lelson, Shaughn 48 lelson, Tammy 2l9 lethercott, Anthony l09, 72, Il8 lewbern, David 24, 25, 43, 82, 83, I72 lewman. Julie 90, 9I, 92 Paddock, Bonnie l87 Packham, Jonathan I29. I72 Palmer, Ann I72 Palmer. James 86, I09, II3. I72 Palmer, Martha 203, 90, 9I. 93 Patten, Daniel J. I29, II7, I42, I72 Paver, Bruce E. Peacock, Brad I87, I28, 97, 99 Peacock, Susan 203, 90, 9I, 92 Pearce, Brad D. I97, 203, I40, I44 Pearson, Nicole J. I72 Pearson. Ryan V. I32, 203, 50, 48 Peay, Gale 52, 54, I73 Peay, Jerry D. I87, l03, II3 Peay, Rob L. Pederson, Mary Ann IO3 Penrod. Brett 2l9 ewson. Kindra ielson, Clint W. 90 ielsen, David ielsen, Ed I86 ielson, Jess E. ielsen, Claudia I86 ielsen, Eric I72 ielson, Lecia D. I86 ielson, Scott I87, 64 immer, David I32, 50, 48 ish, Brian S. I87, IOS ish, Karen M. 2l9 Nixon, Christine l87, 52 Jixon, Debbie l50, 203 Jixon, John L. I87, 94 Nord. Eric l87 Nord, Gregory R. I38, l72, I39, 95, Ill Jothelhim, Jonella I72 Juila, Karin 203, 50, 48, 204 fluttall. Reed J. I87, I92, l93, 97. I42 Juzman, Cynthia l87 Jyman, Mary Jo I72 0 Daks, Amy J. 83, 99, KB, 203. 46. II2, I94 aks, Julianna 83. II2. I72, l6l Percival, Kristy 90. l73, 9l Percival, Michelle 2l9 Perry, Christian 9I, I73 Perry, John A. I87, l9I Perry, Julie I72 Perry, Michael J. 203 Perry, Paul E. 203, 50, 48 Perry. Tauna K. 2l9 Pertierra, Joe Y. Peshlakai, Lawrence Petersen, Barbara I88, I26 Peterson, De Ann I88 Petersen, Eric R. I88 Peterson. Gail Peterson, Helen l73 Petersen, Lynne 2l9 Petersen, Kent A. I50. l73 Petersen, Sandy M. I25, 203 Peterson, Scot J. I32, 203 Peterson, Suzanne I73 Petersen, Tammy K. 203, 46. I08 Peterson, Thayne I88, IO3, I43 Phan, To Pierce, Ragen L. 2l9 Pigott, David I73, I44, 58 Pinder. Kevin K. I29, I73 Pinegar, Craig D. I88, I29, I80, lI8 Pinegar, Steven B. 2l9, 55, I40 Platt, Irene I72 Pollei, Mark B. born. Michael G. born, Tamara 2l9 'Brien. Charles R. l54 ertle. gden, Sean C. 2l5, 2l9 Diane L. 203 hran, Michelle C. I72 key, Stefanie 83, I23, I72 key, Richard J. 2l9 ler, David T. I87, I85 Pope, Glen l88, 50, 48 Pope, Gary I88. 46, 50, 48 Pope, Valinda R. 203, 50, 48 Porter, Becky L. I88. 46 Porter, Wayne E. 96, 2l9. 48 Powell, Russell A. l33. 2l9, 48 Powless. George I88 Pratt, Laura 203 Price, Rodney S. I88 Price, Rebecca 2l9 Price, Nicole I88, IM, l07, I26, 48, II4 Pritchett Jr., Bruce I88, 87, 90, 9l, ll2, 93, I79 Pritchett. Laura 20l, 204 Pulsipher, Matthew 66, l73 Q Quach. Kokoun N. Quach, My Quach, Leng Ko Quinn. Jacqueline 23, 52, 86. I73, 6l Radle, Robert C. Radmall, Christine l50, 204, lI9 Rainaldi, Elizabeth I88 Randall. Bret I32, 204 Randy, Tom 204 Rapier, Derek L. 2l9 Rapier, Scott I88 Rasband, John E. l73 Raynor, Sabrina Rasmussen, Shaun l88, I42 Rawle. Kris I88, lll, I34 Rawle. Todd J. l99, I73, l53 Raynor, Nina A. l73 Reay, Paul R. 2l9 Reed, Anjanette Rees, Jamie M. 88, IO2, l73, lI8, 58 Rees. John S. 88, I96. 204 Reimann, Robert J. 204 Remington, Benjamin I33, 2l9 Remund, Teressa L. I88, I26 Rencher, David A. I88, l50 Rex, Sheri J. 2l9, 46 Reynolds. Jeffrey I88, 94 Reynolds, Leisa K. 222, 220 Reynolds, Tani R. 83, 2I0, 220 Reynor, Sabrina 220 Rhodes, Britt M. Rhodes, John E. Rice, David I93, I73, I44 Rice, Greg 233, 48 Rice. Rebecca L. Richards, Andrea 220 Richards, Miriam I36 Richards, Evan I42, 73 Riding, Paula L. 52, SI, 55, I73 Ries, Eric 204 Rigby, Michelle C. I92, I88 Riggs, Andrew J. 220 Riggs, Jane A. l73 Riley, Rebekah T. I88 Rios, Robert J. I73 Rivers. Raymond D. Roach, Debra 220, l48 Roach, Mary S. 220 Roach, Timmothy 204 Roberts. Carrie L. I89 Robertson, David l89, IO9 Roberts, Kenneth L. 90, 9l, 92, 93, l73 Roberts, S. Burton 220 Robinson, Deeanna 62, 204 Robison, Jeffrey l73, 93 Robinson, Lynae 99, I73 Robins, Ladonn l25, l48, 204 Rodriguez. Yvette C. 55, 204 Rookstool, Karla Roos. Mark 220 Rosen, Phillip A. I89, I38 Ross, Larry B. I73 Ross, Robert I89, I38, l78 Roundy, Jennifer 220 Rowberry, Lisa M. 43, 96, I96. 204, lI0, I34 Rowberry, Matthew T. I32, 204 Rowberry, Michelle I89 Rowe, Michael 207 Roylance. Gary C. 220 Rucker, Jason I32, 204 Rupper, Todd Wayne 204 Russell, Shari Ryan, Judy G. 43, 52, 54, I73, I75 Ryan, Mary 220 S Sainsbury, Robert W. I89, I38. I39, Ill Sallenback, Chad I74 Sallenbach, Lance 204 Sam, Victoria 204 Swallow. Linda Schaelling, Layton A. I89, 83, l38. l78, l8I Schaerrer, Scott 204 Schreiber, Scott A. I33. 220, I4l Schreiber, Tanna C. 88, l0l, ll6. II2, I74, 29 Seaman, Elizabeth I89, 96 Seaman, Gary I74 Seaman. Judy 220, 48 Seamons, Kimberly A. 220, 55 Sheeran, Daniel 220, 48 Sheffield. Nan 82, 83. IO9, II2, I74 Shields, Lisa I48. 204 Shields, Zachary I66, I74, 58 Shriver, Connie M. I89 Shumway, Andrew I32, 205 Shumway, James 5I, 50, 205 Shumway, Samuel 52, 54, I74 Simington, Michael F. Simmons, Marianne 220 Simons, Scott 205 Sipherd, Nathan 220, 46 Sipherd. Tenney I22, I74 Sisk. Layne T. I89, I86 Skousen, Rick 83, I32, I40, l94,205 Skousen, Todd l33, 2l5, 220. I4l Slade, John M. l50, I74 Slade, Rodney 220, 48 Smellie. Doug I89. 94 Smellie. Ken 205 Smith, Brian 220. 48 Smith, Carrie I89, I26 Smith, Charles Smith, Connie 205 Smith, Julie R. 52, 96, l74 Smith, James C. 48 Smith, Laura A. 88, 205 Smith, Duff D. 2w, 90, 9l, 205. 208 Smith, Michelle Smith, Paul K. I42, 205 Smith, Sheryl L. 52, I74 Smith, Stephen J. Smith, Ty C. I89, I28, l8O Smoot , Deborah 220 Smoot, Rebecca 96, 205 Snelson, Laurie G. I89, 96, II2 Snelson, Ronald S. 48. I74 Snelson, Scott 50 Snow, Jim I89, I43 Snow, Judy I89 Snow, Julie L. 22I Snow, Kathleen 205 Snow, Rick I89 Snow, Virginia M. 55, 205 Snyder. Richard 205 247 Sorensen 86, ll W, Y.. . .Y i i i i Snyder, Wendy I22, I74, 6l Snyder, Trent 22l, I09 Soceneantu, Dan I89 Sondrup, Suzanne 65, I74 Sorenson , Curtis W. Sorenson, David I74 Sorense , Randall 33, 22l, I42 n, Scott W. l42, 205 Taylor Karen I02, I75 Taylor, Lynnanne 90, 9l, 93, I75 Taylor Michael L. l33 Taylor Michael R. Taylor Michaelle I90 Taylor, Ryan M. I90 Taylor, Richard C. I29, 5l, 46, 47, Sorenson, Wendy L. 22l Soto, Heidi I Sotuyo, Benjamin C. 96, l00, I32, I43, 205 Sotuyo, Michael Spanganberg, Elaine l96, 205 Sparks, Timothy R. 205 Sparks, Todd 22l Spence, Kurtis R. 22l, I4I Spence, Robert D. I95, 205 Sperry, Anne I89, l50 Sperry, Keith I33, 22l Sperry, William M. I89, l38, I44 Spilsbury, Thomas I34 Sprinkle, Robert I50, 22l Stander, Melanie K. 205 Stander, Valerie A. I89, l26 Stanger, Michael R. I54, l38, I74, Ill, IIO Stanton, Lora I46, I89 Starley, Amy L. 96, 205, ll9 Starley, Kyle S. I74 Starr, Mindy S. I36 29, I75, 34 Taylor, Rose An 84, I0l, I26. I09, I75 Taylor, Susan I90, 83, I78 Tenney, Keith E. I50, 22I Teeters, Ken I75 Teeters, LeeAnn J. I50, 205 Tenney, Mark A. 50, 48, 205 Terry, Susan 200, 90, 9I, 93, 205 Thalman, Jeffrey K. 222, I4I Tahyne, Laurie 55, 206 Tholl, Becky J. I90 Tholl, Gregory D. Thomas, Stephen R. 222, 2ll Thomas, Geoffrey l90 Thomas, John C. 83, 85, 87, ll6, II2, lI3, 93, I75, 58 Thomas, Laura M. 97, I37, 206, II5 Thomas, Teresa L. I90, I37, l36, II5 Thomas, Steven P. 2ll, 222, 46, ll9 Thompson, Dianna 222, 55 Stay, Nancy I89, I34 Stephan, Charlotte I22, I74 Stephenson, Heather 22l Stevenett, Allyson R. I74 Stevenett, Audra L. 205 Thorn, Jill 222 Thorn, Sandra l99, 26 Thorne, Allison 222 Thorne, Kerry R. 25, 42, 82, 83, 90, 92, I75. 60 Stewart, Aaron R. 22I Stewart, Stewart, David B. Derrick E. 22I Stewart, George O. I40, 205 Stewart, Rebecca 22l, 55 Stewart, Rick J. 22l Stocks, Marilee 200, 50, 48, 90, 9I, 92, 205 Stoddard, Laura A. I89, I26 Stokes, Jeff Stone, James C. 50, 48, 205 Stonely, Brian A. 205 Stott, Jo Ann I89, 90, 92 Stout, Carol 22l Stott, Wayne C. I32, 203, 93, 204, 36 Stratton, Christine I89, 98, I48, I45, II5 Stringham, Brian J. I89, I09 Strong, John L. I33, 22I, 48, l4I Stubbs, Douglas 52, 95, I74 Stumph, Don 52, 54, I74 Stumph, Lisa K. I90 Stumph, Wendy L. 22l T Taguchi, Tomoo I09, 205 Taguchi, Yuu I0l. I46, II7, II2, I75, II5, II4, 6I Tahy, Y olanda Talbot, Bryan I0l, IO9, I75 Talbot, Diane A. I90, 96, I79 Talbot, Robert F. 50, Talbot. Talbot, Talker, Tanner, Tanner, Tanner. Tanner, Tarran, Taylor, 248 Traci l06 Doug W. 22l Sarah 205 Bruce I75 Linda R. I90 Kristine I75 Tamera 205 Cindy J. I90 Annette 83, 68, 2l0, 22I 48, l09, 205 Thorne, Perry J. I90, I28 Thornock, Krista 90, 9I, I75 Thornock, Kevin A. 50, 48, 206 Thornton, Sonya D. I75 Thorstenson, Kevin C. I90, I28, 88, I79, l84 Thorstenson, Lisa 222 Tingey, Shannan 206, l35. I34 Tidwell, Donnae 92, 206 Tingey, Debra 68, 206 Tingey, Jacque 68, I75 Tidwell, Kimber Lee I75 Tien, Jerry 35 Tipton, Sandy J. I90, l48, I49 To, Phu To, Phu Thein To, Hung La Tolman, Steven G. I90 Tolman, Sheryl 222, 55 Tom, Randy I43 Tracy, Valorie J. I75 Tregaskis, Teri An I90, 24, lOl, l06 Tripp, Deena l23, I75 Tso, Michael 206 Tucker, Beverly I75 Tucker, De An I90, l26, l80 Tucker, John J. I40, 206 Tuckett, Kendall 206, I45 Turner, Chip 98, I28, I75, 59 Turner, Rebecca Jo 55, 25 Turner, Ross I90 Tyler, Shari 52, 54, I75, II9 U Ulrich, Janet M. 96, 206, II9 Urie, Holly l99, 206 Valdez, Blake 206 Valdivieso, Gene M. Vanalfen, Scott 222, 2l6, I4l Vi, Huynh Vida, Julia 222 Vitale, Jana 96, 222 Vitale, Marcie I90, I45, II5 W Wadham, Mary 206 Wagner, Christopher 222 Walton, Laurie A. l06, 222 Walker, Scott A. I76 Wallace, Jennifer K. I90, I0l Wallace, Valerie I76, II4 Walton, Kristine E. I90 Walton, Laurie IO9 Ward, David P. I76, 39 Ward, Douglas I28 Ward, Elizabeth J. 43, 83, 88, l94. 206, 208 Ward, Shannon D. l9l, 52, 54 Warner, Eric W. 222 Warner, Nathan P. l38, I40, 206 Warnick, Greg G. Warnick, Lori M. Waters, Dana l9l. 52 Waters, Jon T. 206 Watters, Kimberly 50, 48, I76, II2 Watson, Mary M. 222 Weber, Charlotte L. Weber, Elizabeth M. Weber, Jill B. Weenig, Duane R. I50, II2, 206 Weenig, Karl l0l, I29, l3O, I76, I44, lI8, 58 Weight, Craig l9l, I28 Weight, Eric D. 52, 5I, I76 Wells, Sydney Ann I08, 206 Werner, Craig C. l9l, I28 Werner, Jolynn 222 Werner, Kent W. Wimmer, Kendall I76 Winegar, Kristen I76 Winegar, Eric P. 65, 223 Wing, Renee l9l Winterton, Carol 207 Wirth, Carolyn E. I76 Winterton, Mark 223 Wolfe, Diane 223 Wolfe, Todd l9l, I29 Wolfenstein IO9 Wood, David J. l9l Wood, Robert E. I32, I97, 207 Woodbury, Karen l9l Woodbury, Sandra 88, 223 Wong, Ruth A. 200, 90, 9l, 92, 207 Woolley, Spencer 200, I38, 207 Woolley, Scott B. I76, I44 Wolsey, Howard B. l9l Workman, Diane 87, I76 Workman, Pamela 50, 48, 207 Wotherspoon, Jeanine l9l, 52 Wright, Cristina K. l9l Wright, Dennis M. 43. 50, 48, 207 Wright, Jana L. l9l Wright, Jacqueline S. 99, I76 Wright, Misty I76 Wright , Robert l38, I40, 207 Wright, Richard l9l, I42 Wrigley, Susan 25, 83, 2l0, 223 Wuergler, Todd D. I32, I98, 207 209 Wuergler, Deborah L. 223 Wulfenstein, Gary R. I76 Wulfenstein, Richard I33, 223 Wyngarden, Susan L. l9l Y Yeager, Pamela D. 223 Yazzie, Buelah I. 207 West, Charles T. I76, l44 West, David A. l9l, I28, 94, I0l, 5l West, Daniel L. 206, Il8 West, Laureen I76 West, Michael 223 Westergard, Richard 206 Yearout, Mark 2I9. 223, 46 Young, Abe Young, Lori A. 223, 48 Young, Jennifer I92 Young. Julie A. 83, 2I0. 223, 37 Young, Robert J. 24, 6l, 67, 84, 3. II4, I29, I30, I76 Westover, Alta S. 223 Wheeler, Alan l03, I76, II5 Wheeler, Dawna M. 223 Whiffin, Keri I76 Whiffen, Tami N. 223 Whipple, Brad White, Brian I76 White, Eric M. l9l, 52 White, Rebecca L. 206, 36 White, Stephen 207 White, Wight, Susan 88, 90, 9l, 93. I76 Mitchell 62, l0l. 90, IO9, 9I, 93, I76 Wilkey, Eric I76, 38 Williams, Clinton F. 223 Williams, Colette I50, 207, 208 Willie, Robert 223 Willie, Cheryl L. l9l Williford, Shannon M. l9l Wilson Corey 207 , Wilson Kathleen l9l Wilson Grant l9l Wilson Kent E. 223 Wilson Jackie, 55 Wilson, Justine L. 2I4, 223 Wilson Jeffrey 207 Wilson Kenny L. l9l Wilson Kathe I76 Wilson, Kaylyn 223 Wilson, Natalie 96, 223 Young, Gina L. 52, I83, I92 Z Zahlmann. Jo Ann 99, II2, I76 Zabriskie, Kimberly 223 Zimmer, Laura I76 Zimmerman, Debbie I92 Zimmerman, Mike I92 Zirbes, Thomas J. I92 Zupan, Brett 44, 207 Zupan, Kimberly 22, 52, 86, I76 Zwicky, Jay A. 205, 207 wwfwwwb K diguonbnf-M W ' fbftus-JN-Mvvwxu- ff WMM gd, D Q, 9.p..n'D,"+6.o.mJ:.1-M QfXmib6B'6X Qmmofxwbl I W is f ' bw S9 SQA 39 JfwwJuv in wwiwg S W w w9S'lW3fw' W NXQQSX' XQ1, f',m20!fAf5 I my WJ vm iih JM, Cfdfvg . 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BASEBALL 3 Layton used his head. "Rained Out" was a very common phrase heard by the boys' tennis team this year. The rain delayed and cancelled so many matches, that the team thought they would never get to Hnish their season. Playing Hrst singles was Will Sperry, while Rob Folsom and Paul Sagers played second and third singles. Freshmen, Jon Pierpont and David Reeves played first doubles, and sophomores, Chuck O'Brien and Keith Sperry played second doubles. ith Brad Pearce we would have tak- en State. " + Paul Sagers Brad Pearce ell, if they would have had me . . . 4 BOYS' TENNIS v We I .',- ---'. ,ts, l,t, l f1itlA aft St t l' t tllip:t,,, ,,,,, , .V,i 1,,: , , g Rick, Rob, Will and Dale gave their rackets a rest. ,"' wi? 'i1, ,, an "!f V f 1' if V Q f f 4 W i2Cf ff W J 4 ww ,Q F, W ff KW 1 W of ww ,Z f v 1 Sf ff 26' f Q ,ff f 2 L , J' f F hi, ff? Q 7 W M h 5 Z , 1 4 , ff ! 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" ' ' wish I could do it all over again because it was so fun - - - Terra Brailsford, Drill Team Member. DRILL TEAM FORMAL 9 -..,..,.L.s..i..4 , il L..41-,.. .rsy-ahi 10 JUNIOR PROM antg LaDonn Robins, attendant: Jill Maxwell, queenj Catha Yhristianson, kingg Steve Farnsworth, attendant. Rob dragged Tiffany through Lhc promenade. F! , xl R I .fi IV f - Q-1 s, x' I - for the Roses 75' Junior Prom dance committee Row One, left to right: Nancy Heckmann, Catha Horsley, Heidi Heninger, Joy Huishg Row'two.' Julie Newman, Amy Oaks, Karen Bowman, LaDonn Robins, Scott King, Chris Kelly: Row three: Denny Wright, Kent Hill, Rodney Bills, Dallen Miner, Paul Killpackq Not pictured: Kristin Anderson, Bonnie Campbell, Deenette Hart. Lisa Johansen, Martha Palmer, Tammy Petersen. 1 l l I f, i f :Z-45555, w J' E ,AV W 7 fa Jong I ,fctywf A 5' t i Y li x 4 it H? f - Nancy saw through rose colored glass. W 4 4 l 1 1 4 1 1 1 Scott and Betsy tiptoed through the roses. Everyone knew that the Junior Prom was going to be spectacular when they saw the decorations being put up three days before hand, and they were not disappointed. The theme, "Run for the Rosesf was quite obvi- ous because there were roses everywhere. The gorgeous decorations blended well with all the girls' Iand Tom call 'sl dresses, While the boys' tuxedos made them look handsome. The promenade through a rose- horseshoe was Started off by Jill Maxwell and Marlin Christiansen, queen and king of the Prom. JUNIOR PROM 11 I- WE MAY NEVER PASS THIS WAY AGAIN " senior inner dance cy and Denny did the White glove test at Hotel Utah. NER DANCE 1 John Sharpe was picking poses. Joanne was not bored. Mark was pleased with his partner. Julie's meal was finger lickin ' good. i i Jenny and Susan were overcome with excitement. The graduating class of 1983 ended their Hnal year in grand style with the annual Senior Dinner Dance at the Hotel Utah. After dining on cheesecake and chicken cordon blue, the seniors Watched a slide show prepared by Steve Kingsolver While Eric Linebarger stunned the audience with his background music. Later, as they swung to the music of "Light Year, " the soon-to-be graduates felt nostalgic while dancing to the evenings theme song A'We May Never Pass This Way he atmosphere created at the Hotel Utah was so Wonderful that no one could deny it made for an excellent date. In fact, it - - ranked as one of the top three dates of my dating career." -Steve Ashby Again. f' hat was good stuff Maynard. "--Jeanne Baird, commenting on the Senior Dinner Dance men u. SENIOR DINNER DANCE 13 E ,S it The Werners backed up. The Stars Assembly was another smash this year. With an auditorium full of spectators, the performers were able to do their part Without a mistake. Taking part in this show were Ralph Barnes and band, Dave West and his Jazz band and many other talented people. All who were in attendence really enjoye it. 14 STARS ASSEMBLY Ralf rocked. Matt moused around. Ei ls 3 5 2 5 ? 5 2 2,72 f was N22 522 23535552535 M1325 S 3235922 Egiifgirgg 5223 215255523 5555525335: 32350222435 azeazgmm :asa ,W . igaggisfigiszai tes ff 3,2235 ,, 0 ww aged? atissgaass I sgattftassagsz w.s-wt-Mem 2552232252252 gssiziazxssgsfsf wrmwegztzzz QNQSQHQQ as as Qsfiswbw.-raw 53552255253 22?E,S5iSZ323?EEgi ' gfgssjtfsgimsw , gt .:. . E wV,.,Wxs .-.. 1 as mst? E.: ,Q 2352355 WS 152325553 fmxifjmgg Q, - gi wia 'mmm ag if S 55 M Q ,ti y "f We: :Est 55, f?mSamfw aftmtmf W Swmwm w giwzsaftzszf ssmgmzzzzr V smtsftsszea QQEWSESSSSQ .. 2 is s 2 2 3 lf 2 fs Q Z 2 E 2 ' Ol-WO' irthda ash Da vc Orton danced in circles. Student Government bashed the birthday F i 3 STATE DRAMA 'vo-oQvoo++-+44 o++r+o+o+o++ o+4+o o+++++4 ,, , , Q 04 Q-Q4 Q09-9-O-0-0-6+-44406-Q-Q-6-9 0-04-9- Sue ate a palm. L, . , Limwszww.,fis2WwvW,zuAg'A ,1 ,g A A Karen Bucs was miserable. Bruce thought OfJOi1I7I7C. STATE DRAMA 17 7 Track: Bob Carlisle, Kendall Tuckett icks rules "- Paul Sagers ixie rules U- Rob Ross just love kids " -- Cindy Gee 18 HONORS Gymnastics: LaDonn Robins, Debbie Roach -Inq State French Winners: Kristen Garner, Jeanette Colonna, Jane Allred Kimball Scholar: Bruce Pritchett 'Ii S eholarships really help people, and I in c ellar The ,mmm State Business Sterling Scholar: Brad Peacock f? .D J- , wtf ftlgwg iivymgik .53 ma,? f, ju, 5 , - We . W State Vocational Arts Alternate: Mark Alder 0 1 t takes a lot to achieve and I got what it takes. " - Bruce Pritchett glad I got this one. " -- Dave Merrill f I wouldn 't ha Ve gotten a scholarship, I would have known there was some- thing wrong with the system. " - Gay HONORS 1 S S s. ii 2 Q 2 5 2 g E I 5 2 Z 3 s W fx N, :args as ti 3' G5 5 ga 52 Sgt: F at 2 Q htm P v S323 fe we 3525? Q25 assi 3, QS?-23-Aviv 5 54:52 is tiff? 5 Aga if s was as Y 551 Q mt. 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