Tulare Union High School - Argus Yearbook (Tulare, CA)

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Q if ,X NJ gi , A K W .af- Nf. i f ., mA,h Q. if - U im, W S ,wa MW ffwfff Z MMM f MW ,1 ff .,,,....W,, N.,,WV,,, OPENING 9 JIM GARRETT AWARD WINNING TEACHER The dedication of the Argus has been a tradition since Argus' were made. The Argus has been dedicated to everything from "Quotes" to those who lost their lives in the war to the single teacher we have each year. We have gone back and have made a list to see what and who the past Argus' of Tulare Union High have been dedicated to. 1986 Robbie Carriger 1985 Morris Knudsen 1984 Mike Sterling 1983 Stephen Bootz 1982 Judith Machado 1981 Tom Yost Darryl Dummermuth 1980 Oscar Edminster 1979 Chloe Winston Greg DeMuth 1978 Lee Terkelsen Ella Chitwood 1977 Darius Kaviani 1976 Vern Longlee William Ny 1975 Lynda Walters Ken Walters 1973 Charles Knapp Lillian Knapp 1972 Florence Casady 1971 Jack Sheley 1970 Nelson Witte 1966 Wally King 1965 Norman Walker 1964 Thelma Elliot Ernest Lambrecht 1963 Art Williams 1962 Ada Brown 1961 Pauline Kruse 1960 Donovan Cartwright 1959 L. M. Helland 1958 John J. Seavers 1957 Race Kent 1956 Herbert Morrelli 1 0 DEDI CA TI ON As well as a great teacher and excellent coach, Mr. Jim Garrett is a down-to- earth and loving family man. From left to right: Jim Garrett, his wife Terry, his son Eric and daughter Disa. The 1987 Argus has been proudly dedicated to Mr. Jim Garrett for his many years of teaching, coaching and support he has given to Tulare Union. Jim Garrett graduated from Delano High School, College of the Sequoias, and Fresno State College. He played on the California State Junior College Championship team in 1957 and was all league catcher. In 1959, he played in the College World Series in Omaha, Nevada where they placed third in nation and again was all league catcher. For four summers he played baseball in Moosejaw, Canada. He taught for three years at Hayward High School after receiving his teaching credential from Hayward State College. In the fall of 1966, he came to Tulare Union High School, where he coached J Vf Football, Freshman Basketball, and Varsity Baseball, which will make it 20 years this year. Mr. Garret received his Masters Degree from Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff Other Honors Include: Has made two trips to Europe in 1971 and 1972, Was Northern California Baseball Coach of the Year in 1982, Tulare Union High School was Valley Champion in 1982, Finished second in Valley in 1986, and Tulare Union High School was EYL Champions in 1981 and played in the Valley Finals. gg: .. . ' x Q 5 N Nix L W-if' 7 DEDICA TI ON I I 12 SENIORS sae w ,aw if ,W ,k 'W Q ff, xx, 3 5 gg Q . 5 1. 4. f 9 K iii :V 1 N' H. vw .. .w " SSW, 4' 'i Q, - :P 5392 yn, Q Q , fm ss, ,, A 1 y J .i ask. W f- K, si hw ,1- H4 X , Q,m X6 X 'X ,vi 6, 1. rf! if K,.. ffsi sw' ,AN -MYUX cn? igx , M w ig ww is: ' i E, 5, 3 .g Ya V in -Q is .lx N , " fa E Ng xzvwv F NX N ,gd as XM XL K I 5 In 89 KX 4" , . 1 xx K' IJ, ff" f X Q We 9 Q VH L3' A A at K SS K 0' Q NK 5 Devvayne Adkins Natalie Aguiar Kathy Allen Kelly Allen Staci Altaffer Diane Alves Darren Anderson Tommy Arce Elea Arevalo Lisa Asher Kristin Atkinson Helio Avila Kristine Avila Robert Avila Juan "Ralph" Michael Baez Denise Barker 14 SENI ORS R A vi tia 0 t . - . gl. t I f' A Mike Barnes Raelene Barnes Stephanie Bartel Kerry Battles Kari Beckman Glenda Belflower Nicole Belton Brett Bennett Frank Bernardo Delbert Bill ups Christy Bonds Brazell David Brogan Bob Bilvado Lea Blunt Brian Borges Kandra Boyd Artist in Action Manuel Correia, Senior art student, has been oil painting for three years. His paintings have been mainly wildlife and eagles, but he has recently been painting Indians, and has made them the major subject of his artwork. Manuel has attended Eve art shows and has never once gone home empty handed. His awards include three Hrst place, one second place, I and an honorable mention. His CT313 BFOWU Mark Brown ambition is to be known for his Western art. SENIORS 15 SENIOR C DIDS 7 "-yvlflx-44' 34 M gg ff WY ES , s Qs 3 6 QT , Ks 1 3 r ' if Seniors enjoying their physics class? Tommie Edwards at the Icebreaker. What fWhoj are you looking at Brian Borges? Lisa Asher and Brett de Campos collecting their assignments for Mock Trial. A classical senior meeting. 16 SENI ORS Lisa Cabrales Janelle Calderon Susan Cantelmi Elizabeth Cantu Doug Cardoza Jennifer Cardoza Dorothy Carr Michelle Carson Antoinette Castillo Rita Castillo Karyn Castor fa 1 3. 1 WW C D iqyqm David Caudle Fernando Cazzoli Tambra Cederlof Gloria Cervantes Darren Chapman Claudia Chavez Z- Cynthia Chavez Delfina Cha vez George Chavez Monica Cha vez JJ SENIORS 17 Carolyn Choboian Pia Christensen Andrea Clark Eileen Collins Michelle Colvin Cassandra Cooper Danielle Corbo Manuel Correia Martina Cortez Manuela Costa Stacey Cox Senior Spinners f . wg, KH I' mlm, David Brogan and Chris Toscano are two of the disc jockeys that make up the Demolition Music Co. They DJ for school dances, parties, and other special occasions. They play a Wide assortment of dance music including songs that may not be heard on commercial radio. In the future, they plan to have an interesting light show and more sound equipment. With their strong determination their dream of building a name for themselves is sure to come true. 18 SENI ORS Lorrie Crook Diego Cruz Maurice Curtis Donald Davis Ting Davis Winn.. t DeCampos Doug Dias Paula Dias Nellie Dias -mf '- .zu RF, 1 ww , l Daniel Dodson Erika Douglass Janine Drotos Denise Duncan Darren Dutto l l ommie Edwards Nicki Elliott Melissa Emerson Robert Estrada Cheryl Fagundes 5 V x r , .Y Brian F aria Mon te F elemi Michelle Lilia Figueroa Sandy Fischer Fernandez SENIORS I9 Brian Flemalfe Kelly Flemming Leah Flores Linda Flores Chuck Forrester Brenda Foster An tionette Fraga Wendi Galbraith Alicia Garza Christina Geary Gregory Gibson Mark Gist Toni Gomes Katherine , Gonzalez James Gowin Brian Grabowslri Darrell Green Yvonne Grigsby Mernelda Margaret Grindstaff Guardiola 20 SENI ORS I Margo Hailey David Hale 1 Dana Hall Christina Hanley Trisha Hanson Regina Harris -'xu' 9 Mem ora ble Mom en ts Lilia Figueroa said, "The most exciting time for me was being MECHA's Cinco de Mayo Queen for the year of 1985-1986. " Steve Machado comments, "The Union Dayis Luau in the Spring of I '86 was the greatest dance in the Y history of Tulare Union. " Tamara Ramey remembers, "The most embarrasing thing that happened to me was in my sophomore year. Some of my friends and I were sitting at a frosh football game in front of the varsity players. I made a comment about how I thought the players switched when they got tiredg I didn 't know about offense and defense! The guys died laughing. " Margo Hailey says, "The most memorable thing that happened to me was being kicked out of the library. All I was doing was coughing. I thought I was going to choke to death!" ea Angie Harrison James Hasbrook Leroy Hickey Betty Hicks Kyla Hawkins Katherine Herrera i Debbie Hicks Jennifer Hill My :av 1 1 t, l i Mandy Hill Adina Hochman David Hodge Stanley Hoffman l SENIORS 21 F Christian Holland Marla Hubach Karrie Hunt Jonathan Jackson Marlin Jackson Darby James Sandra Jaramillo Sydney Jennings Shannon Kane Camille Keith David Killion . L AQ? ' . . C759 imge .1 are is M ff 'fc . 'L . , .. '. Q 0 Q 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 ' o . u If 0 w n ," 9. . , .. 'I' , ' .5 Z 2 E 1 5. . I .' ' .' u, , 5 . Susan Cantelmi is very involved in her singing hobby. She enjoys singing contemportary Christian music. Most of her singing has been done at churches and many Weddings. Susan feels that her singing is a Way to express God 's love to everyone. Some of her accomplishments include singing on the radio and appearing on T Vf in Alaska. Susan has also appeared in various singing competitions such as Teen- Talent. When asked about her singing dreams Susan said that she would someday like to cut a record like her favorite Christian artist, Sandi Patty. 22 SENIORS A as Terri Kitchen Celia Lane Chuck Lane ,ni Ci. mr' PV MI. Gfeg L-Hpfid U18 Robert Lawrence 1 Aww MWA.. A -kraeff -- Q ' Mary Jane Leal April Lebus Mike Lewis Jose Lopez Johnnie Lucas L Wayne Ludvickson Kelly Lunder Susie Lyons Lionel Machado Michael Machado Steven Machado Y 1 1 it- ' , Lisa Madala Michael Madruga Steve Maestaz Bernardo Malta Laura Mangrum Anne Marshall li 2' .un if 4, f 'aw 525 MH mmf 135 n . -f 'wwfilwt ,f are ,-if fesfswsgff V,-33551 . is ff eg .ii . W .iii Q H, , 1 ggi J' A at 1 ragga? if 4' 41 :P r a Www' ig, I, Faustino Martinez Martin Martinez Susana Martinez Mika Maruyama Tammy IVICC-215111.11 SICNIURS 1 24 SENI ORS N his Crystal McComb Bryan McCoy Mary McCoy Kimberly Mary McKenna McElm0yl Paula Medcalf Robin Mederos Marina Melendez Adam Melton Elidia Mendez xv- N x Laurie Mendonca Melinda Mendonca Robby Mendonca Stacia Mendoza Valarie Mentz Kristina Metcalf Brett Miller Richard Miranda Brenda Moline Johnny Molles Larry Monreal Cindy Moore Jefferson Moore Marion Moore Danny Moreno Penny Moreno l Toshi Mori Mike Morris Jon Myers Michelle Raymond Navarro Na varrette if Julia Nelson Deanna Newman Frank Nunes Justin O'Donohoe Ty Oldham Karin Olivas Michelle Oliveira Craig Oliver Christine Oppedylr ll ,, SENIORS 25 Scott Osborn Ronald Osborne Henrilfe Osenberg Renee Osmon Nadine Ourique Melanie Owens Suzie Padron Paul Paim Keith Parker Robert Parker Lucy Parreira Anna Paulino '1'1 Lavonne Pearson Jerry Peer Crystal Pehl Cherish Perry Michele Perry Larry Perryman 2 6 SENI ORS Richard Petty Richard Philpott Dana Pierce Melissa Pimentel Marcelo Pires Lisa Plumlee Kathleen Pope Stanley Proheartdth Jeff Rabe Erik Rachtord Tamara Ramey Frank Ramirez Roger Rebelo Michael Reeder Rashanda Shelley Richardson Richardson Ignacio Rico Diana Ridgway Joanne Rink Sheryl Rising Donna Quillin Evonne Quillin Suzanne Swall began dancing at the age offive and has been dancing every since then, Suzanne dances in Tulare with Blankenship K: Co. Dancers and at Susan is Studio, ln 1985 she Was the State Grand Champion in Ballet. ln 1986 she was the First Place State winner in Ballet and one of the Group National Winners in Jazz in Orlando, Florida. Suzanne Dances ln to Her Future SENIORS 27 28 SENIORS Michael Roberts Deidre Robertson Laurie Rocha Mark Rocha Paul Rodriguez Rhonda Rogers Joe Romeiro Mario Romo Linda Rowland Michelle Rudkin if Lori Ruiz Anthony Sa Anthony Saenz Alma Salem Dora Sanchez Daniel Santos Irene Santos Mary Santos Shea Sayre Chad Schnabel Joseph Schott Jim Seabolt Sean Segler Christine Shaw Corey Shields Deanna Shoenhair Lori Silva Luis Silva Melanie Silva 'KAW guwu., Tammy Silva Michael Slaughter Mathew Smith Rod Smith Roshanda Smith Thomas Smith rip f t i'1 "'fa:f41-f flag , ' 14 - X I Wendy Smith Randolph Snabb Kathryn Snow Barbara Soto X I- SEN I ORS 29 30 SENI ORS Thomas Stevens Michelle Stewart Tommy Story Suzanne Svvall Saundra S Wearin gen David Sylvester April Teeters Loretta Teeters Sherry Terrell Cary Thompson Lori Thompson Stacy Torrence Christopher Otto Treadvvell Toscano fs ll ffrfxm 23 ' 1 'xxgg f H 5 "f 1, V 1 Q I, ,I Peter Troiani Andrea Tute Fillomena Tutop Q if ,,,,, 'herra Valdez Oscar Valenzuela Robert Van Jimmy Van Mark Vargas Hooser Valkenburg E I sr if 5 Christopher Denise Villagran Vasq uez THE CHAMP even a step up to a career. Villarreal Long Vue Lionel Machado has been boxing for 5-1X2 years. He boxes in Junior Tournament Boxing. Lionel has won many trophies and awards in shows and tournaments. He plans to take further steps in this hobby and maybe Wagner Rick Walters Laura Welch Daniel Westbrook Sarah Westbrook Dennis Westerling SENIORS 31 Veronica White Norman WhitHeld Bart Wiechmann Angie Williams Eddie Williams John Williams Penny Williams Robert Williams Deena Winter Elizabeth Wolsey Derek Wortner Mgdglyn Wright 3 Sabrina Wright Dang Xiong Frankie Yturralde Jesse Zamora 32 SENIORS I LITTLE SE I URS '8 ,,... x Q.. .XXQQXW . gn.. . . S ,x gf SR' 4 K N' D xi i- 4 . -wk Q. 'K- 'I -s x"Q 'L wi X Q -J . vi -M ' "" f- 4 N x ge - -- . -- LL.. -ss. ' ' ak X U' N W X X E on X W s X Kirk X it X X R X 14 M X X Xp, H .. V 5 X N Sm -,-...X - x " Q W X 4 S ,X X Q L,X xx 3 Q ff N 1X s is W5 Ng Q X 2 Q S xx WX 5 was X X S XSJXN Y XXX X R x S A X X ' 32ii'li5E5?rEIT it A Q A 1 11333: wwe.. ,t Z W fag A f if f 4 7 L 1 2 7 M' A, x -J' 1 the W, ,L I I X f if . W. , F ,f Q , 44 5 . ,- ..A .54 . " .1 f JW: YQ . 4 1 Ee. i ...... ,X i 3 . 1-, K" W X we X XMS wr N 5 ff V Q e. QS Q I X xx .,,. . ,i . zgz, X X: V . Z .. 1751 . 9,4 ft Q Q f f 4 I ,. 4 f ,ff W' ti", ,K f " 1 f f '7 Wg! ff if f Q 9 2 4' ,if . 4 .M a X XZ? f 73 f ful f rf, Z 1 Ii i! ?.4,fl',"'f'g 9 ' 4. -. .aw I - ' in 4 v I ,ea W at 1. Saundra Swearingen 2. Michele Perry 3. Laura Welch 4. Glenda Belllower 5. Tommie Edwards 6. Tambra Cederlof 7. Chris Vasquez 8. Tom Arce 9. Mike Machado 10. Deanna Shoenhair 11. Dorothy Carr 12. Betty Ellen Hicks 13. Janelle Calderon 14. Paul Paim 15. Darrell Green 16. Scott Osborn 17. Dana Hall 18. Shelly Richardson 19. Brian Borges 20. Kim McEmoyl 21. Michele Wagner 22. Robby Mendonca 23. Terri Kitchen 24. Brenda Moline 25. Jennifer Hill 26. Yvonne Grigsby 27. Mike Barnes 28. Sabrina Wright 29. Sarah Westbrook 30. Toshi Mori 31. Lisa Madala 32. Irene Santos 33. Thomas Smith SENIOR BABIES 33 LITTLE I ORS- 8 YXKNW N Rss K I x ff .i . ij ,: I -' .... 1 vVQ - f N f 5 X 1 N14 QM N2 Q. N... Q Q 4 4' X X: 1 .1 4 ' .., 5 . . -. . .. -3 ...Nw N' M iv xwx 2 1' N . f m-www" H ,N L,..,..w ug. NME . my ll y A ' X M XMN-'iq w J NXNN X. X W I A BM .N W .W . .. x . if--zgigiggsgg,::-11,129.4 s.. - Q: as . 2. Q if "'N""' .- it .1 kiwi: - 'L . mimzz ..,,,, X ,. . S .. isiesfwff s "sS12'fsQs152s :-.-:.. ss M 4 px X S? X S ,,,,.... . - -- .:Q.h:-:v yiiiii . SSS. .. . .. , : RN----W M. k.,. .... .igisffk Q.. .. -- TT? ' :Xi-I 5.33, 5. ...E 4. .f 'R ,, -. ,H 8 H : ' - 'gg' X ' HG Q' .. 2- SN Q. ..' i.iw2:irffs'-ffi 4. "Q . fiffwf 2 if . K- is - as ' .j ,. f".'- . " QV . . M WW ' ffl," 'ws . V -. WW' Q 4 i?f!?'.1.ZQY334Iv2i1 '- ' I , . V "' " X25 .,,, V ----- , Y' . f . 4 N 7 Q 7 4 . f. ' . ff" f ' .M ' G ff k"' "" Q ..,,, ' I 8 do ff y " ' W. ' I 2512, 1 . ' 1 . ,,,, 99 f ,A M .QzM5g...457,.. -- ,S X- - - ' -H 1. Mike Barnes 2. Rhonda Rogers and Anthony Sa 3. Denise Villagran 4. Jonathan Jackson 5. Laura Mangrum 6. Claudia Chavez fleftj and Kathy Gonzales Krightj 7. Evonne Quillin 8. Stacia Mendoza 9. Deanna Newman 10. Renee Osmon 11. Cherish Perry 12. Cindy Moore 13. Sydney Jennings 14. Lorrie Crook 15. Leah Flores 16. Melanie Silva 17. Lori Thompson 18. Suzanne Swall 19. Michelle Rudkin 20. Tammy Silva 21. Wendy Smith 22. Sandra Jaramillo 23. Christy Bonds 24. Madalyn Wright 25. Mandy Hill 26. Missy Emerson 27. Leroy Hickey 28. Tamara Ramey 29. Erika Douglass 30. Roshanda Smith 34 SENIOR BABIES v 0 LITTLE SENIORS- '87 i ii: es.. .1 .. . 1 7 A f ' ,,.E: i ,, . 'IS N x. W I X X Q M. Xl Q E sr L X X W .4 N K A 3 A W N Q Nw . iw .. . .... W .... .. if if Mew . if .,,. W. 9 H V A y . . 1' we 4 ' 'A 5, 5 ' ':"' 3 4 . , . .. V ' M , W r 14 aug, ,,, 'V ., 5 ' in V 2 ' ' .. .. had MSM 1. Michelle Carson 2. Marla Hubach 3. April Teeters 4. Elizabeth Wolsey 5. Carolyn Chobian 6. Carl Silva 7. Denise Barker 8. Richard Philpott 9. Justin O'Donohoe 10. Toni Gomes 11. Mike Slaughter 12. Alma Salem 13. Melinda Mendonca 14. Brett DeCamp0s 15. Mark "Beaker', Brown 16. Danny Moreno 17. Staci Altaffer 18. Mary Jane Leal 19. Janine Drotos 20. Chris Oppedyk 21. Kelly Lunder 22. Eileen Collins 23. Andrea Clark ' l ' Fw " . GM' 12 'Www . .'m "W 'x lu ' A o . X SENIOR BABIES 35 L I .- , . . i s V 5 Y ,X 2 '61 ,Q K Y Ak' X .if ' If an M :If g 1569 E 'Wr5f3 1 3,6 .:,. zg. J K vs: figs, , gk ' '-vw? . ,gh f ,f 1 exp. - o M ' f+ ' 2 5 their vacations to finish their school It seems like there are a million thin i KE S oppmg. to be In August, everyone starts coming i ome from done to be ready for Registration Da '- Seniors got together the morning sch to elaborately decorate Senior Court keep the Freshman out of their territ coaches started training our football towards a historical year. At the sam pep squad was putting together what Band also gave our school some publi traveling to Canada to perform in th sum it up August is the month when meets again to catch up on gossip e l started order to ry. The m time our hey ity by Expo. To everyone about ie I- a learned at camp over the summer. T Jazz 3 , ,mf '..l .1a lull " 0 qm i i i t sm wi 38 A UGUST STUDENT LIFE .J Q is isa si ' fb: Ev Y, X , 5 , , if Y ' ' 5 e 3 2 f Q V' M S aww MMNN -NM M-M mwmaee.-,aww www-:lv:Y:::::,-'::.:.::Qmw:e4 ,! 1? 3: 3? 3 5 52 E P M Popular songs over the summ were: No One is to Blame by Howard Jonesg alk this Way by Run DMCg The Edge of Hea 5: en by WHAM and Two of Hearts by Stacey Q. Top Gun was the bi movie and Max Headrooin was the talk T xl 1 X wwmw aw,-mm M, mwmm Mmm 5 of the town. Fashion-wise, s yg and denim were hot for the new Tgmqbgov ma mwmsm or mwwaaaww wwew Q ?mm wm MFL Mama MUW September was the time we all got back into the swing cf things. Class lectures, homework, and getting up early are a few wonderful things getting back to school brings. Winning our first . football game, a scrimmage against Madera, the Redski student body possessed greal spirit and pride for their l school, as shown in rallies. ,T The TUHS band kicked off the 1986 marching season with their appearance in vb ., ,, .1 I .6 ., Parade To meet new friends and ge il reaquainted with old ones m ny Union students danced to their favorite tunes such a gi The Jets and Glass Tiger , t the annual Icebrea er Dance. H+ v 2 Z as , M ,M 1 if? il ll 'iliiflf f?'i'l71'fl'I,fV"!' l,lVi17 -pun-me-.1-.1 Icebreaker Dance Fair Day Parade' W Na . 01 0 SGW W3 mL College Night Football Game '74 -764 1p11 Jil Mlffffl? ST! 'i,7!'LY'I' I,:'!'Pf FRIDAY THE 31st A PA THERS NIGHTMARE f 1 AAA , Dress up Days: Monday - Bad guy day I I Tuesday - Good guy day T Wednesday - Monster day "T "TT I Thursday - Victim day b y Quibee I I Friday - Blood Kr Bile day I irr.r My iyii W m,,,., Building floats, dressing up, and participating in noon-time i activities are all a part ofa TUHS homecoming. This year was no ssgr Q9 exception. The theme for homecoming was "Friday the 31st - a gf' I is yki ggg Panther's Nightmare. " Our football game was played on Friday the 31st of October and our opponents were the Porterville Panthers. We came up the Victors, 47-O!! Way to go team!! 42 HOMECOMING NOON ACTIVITIES lj Kari Beckman - Bobbing for apples on good guy day 22 Tiffany Cardoza - Doing her werewolf impression. 32 Mrs. Treadwell A Looking spooky on Monster day. 42 Doug Maxheld - On had guy day. HOMECOMI G ACTIVITIES 1986 'NYJ f -NT. enjoymg lunch as they meet the Queen Candidates Friday. Noon Time Activities: Monday - Pumpkin Carving Tuesday - Apple Bobbing Wednesday - Scavenger Hunt Thursday - Jello Drop Friday - Picnic in Senior Court to meet Candida tes. have yla Hawkins looking rather ghoulish on Monster Day. 16110 into 171.5 mouth 017 Victim Day- l 4, , , wN I Christy Bonds says, '1Say Ah."' to her escort as she tries to drop HOMECOMING NOON ACTIVITIES 43 1986 QUE CA DID TE W ' ,J 2 5 V s , --wx,--, 2 i - ... ,- , , Eli i , if - 2 - .f -X '--...M- ff' s G s Homecoming Queen, Kari Beckman and escort Homecoming Grand Marshall, Anita Wiechman Chris Toscano 74 ' I 2' 'Q if J 'L 5 2,'5i'7:Eg'7f 5 419 Junior Princess, Juanita Schwiegman and Sophomore Princess, Marcy White F Princess, Andee Oliver and escort escort Marrs Cist N A R X The TUHS Homecoming queen is selected based on her participation in noon time activities, dress up days, an interview and student votes. Kari Beckman was chosen homecoming queen. She is involved in many school activities including CSF and Portuguese Club. She has been cheerleading for two years, active in band for five years, and has participated in class council. Being selected homecoming queen was unusually special for Karig her mother was chosen homecoming queen for TUHS 25 years previous. 44 HOMECOMING f 1 . 1' f 9' to i 4' 15 i l 7 0 I '-AA ye Christi Bonds and Tony Sevener Tiffani Cardoza and David Sylvester Lilia Figueroa and Art Villareal .X-cv' Laura Mangrum and Jeff Rockholt Melinda Mendonca and David Brogan Stacia Mendoza and Christian Beck Gt Julia Nelson Karin Olivas and Brian Grabowski Michele Perry and Mike Pitman Alma Salem and Paul Lampe Irene Santos and Frank Bernardo Deanna Shoenhair and Mike Machado HOMECOMING 45 N... ,. W .N . e - C569 October of 1986 was an exciting month for everyone at Tulare Union. There were football games all throughout the month but two were very special. Tulare vs. Hanford was .cmmmamm ..... Q E i if ii 1 3 si 4: s L as S a game that everyone was reallyfi pumped up for. It was hard to predict who would win, but of course, we did! The next game was with Porterville. This game was big not only for the footbal, team, but also for the 4 homecoming queen candidates. Again, we won and so did Kari E Beckman, this yearis homecoming queen and the Junior Class for their float Q entry. The whole weelf was full 4 of activities for the candidates and anyone else who wanted to join in. John Alston talked to the students about the game of life and the Air Force Band E 2 the Redslfi who really showed their spirit. QS f 1 5 f 5 Air Force We Play Redwood Band Concert Assem bl y www WMM MW -MQW Q-Mr, L H.. .,,,., S if V EQ ii Columbus Day 1 1 5 1 Ei 5 ,.,,,,,,, .i W ee,, ,it, , i, , t.igt..,u.. A. 46' OCTOBER STUDENT LIFE Wm , , ., :Wm -W-' ,,t-W.MW....M.1f.W.,.wm:smrwfmpu- ' - Football Game K Mt. Whitney DANCE! Tir E ?e Wee Herman became very popular this year 'ith everyone. His "Big Shoe Dance" was a big it also, and many people enjoyed watching his turday morning cartoon, '4Pee Wee's Play ouse." .. .. ..... ,.t,e,i..-,..,,.,.,. .r.... W- ,..... t ...us o t..-,...... 2 I 3 E 1 41 A l QQ Q? .M .V .. ,, fm GOOD GUY DA Y We Bob For Apples Today. r BLOOD AND BILE DAY Porterville Game Pmmc Day Dance OCTOBER STUDENT LIFE 4 7 new W new-3 ----- 1 . ,,AAA. mam ..:,s.,.v...WW..W-end:-1 1 K W 4 b 1 w , AE if 3 if 2, 5 1 9 s 5 E E J 3 w 6 Sa Z L Zi 3 51 Qs E 5 T iz E TQ i ...H,c-c.W.. l,,,W RW Y .. ,m.4-,.. ,W 435 , g ,mwghg 2 Ti 5 E In Nove ber, many exciting things happen. Th year was no exception. On al the 15th st ents were dancing and singing E e 5, if X ii It If is is 3 fv wwmwmwww to their fav rite rock stars during the Lip Sync. On t 21st fans were cheering and E, jeering Uni 's victory over Western in the ig ffVictory Game. " During the E Q f , it s,Zf!Jali!f,.sgi it, f1,:HQlidaLmthe. wiwmg made an appearance in the Hollywood 3 Christmas Parade and y en had a great time playing and relaxi g at Disneyland. Last but not least, girlsi laying out their ig dresses, getting their niils and hair done just to be swept away W their prince ff charming during the " inter Wonderland" 2 that tool: place on the ?2nd. ii 5 2 if ii E ii S 5 S E S is ,. Y Q W W3 fi 48 N O VEMBER STUDENT LIFE Lip Sync 7:00pm 153 1 1 BEE-3B 3 H W,,..W,...t.. f.W...WN,tWW,.W-.t..........M ,,.........WW,,,,,,,.,M,..,.,..M,..,,t.,iwWM ,.i. ...,,...i..,..,....7.c,.f.-f.f - , , 5 1 lx 5 s a ii Ei ii E 2 E Q: L, MWNM AA.,.,. M MW,,,A F? E E gl 3 K X Wil A WW .....,M.....W 4 L, , Winter Formal tonigh t. Pi ck up dress at cleangg 5 s i E L ii e 5, ,, Q z ,.-n-' www N X mm KJ x L L5' 5 Q fl X W 'z Band still on trip to Hollywood. W E 5 oi 5 1 Z 32 L ww ,wmwmw 1 wwsmmm:a:Qa,....wa,aMwwea .W Mew , ........ ,f . w M MW , ,.,a..mw.aa,.Msam ,M,. 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WE' BEAT MADERA!!! 3 H ,mikwrniu EH!CfSCh0l1!N1IL Y' Federation N gm Q X wi ' fi oiowi 9 M, .A,A. sim, E 4 sis, PS X95 V' . 2 JS xo 4959 E-39 .. QE W EEEE E W EWWW E EMM, E EE -gf DECEMBER STUDENT LIFE 51 ,,,,....Wm1,, M, ngztmw-'.::,x' f-ff ... -'--f A-W V-WM, M--,.,,.,...,,,, Q F T.. M,,,M.,..t i 2 x 5 Q U A R ! E K ,s Y .N Q MOCK ..ii:uf: - ...................m-.--w----s JANUARY'S SONGS it 1. Livin' o .ayer by Bon Jovi 2. Fight for o LRight by Begstie Boys 3. Yiiufve Got if ATTMby 4. Talk to Me by Chico D Barge 5. Control by Janet Jacks E'Jets N 3 K E Wi! , 5.11 mm.. A--A - 4 A WEDDING Q CODA Q J AQ 52 JANUARY STUDENT LIFE . -,-,..W. i ., n,.w.-,,.,, , I -I st? BON JO VI CONCERT 1 1 3 4 5 ii Q in is January, the mont wghere we all became antsy gmarwaitinggitlig end of year. This was-thegmonth .JL I when we knew we were halfway there. Each day that passed brought us closer and closer to where we are now. For seniors, we came to the point where we are now young adults. The juniors could see their way to the top of the totem pole a little clearer, the sophomores began thinking about becoming upperclassmen and freshmen began imagining their escape from the dreadful world of freshmen. January was full of student activities and outside fun. Students from our school formed the band 5' CODA and played for us. Mini Homecoming was an . exciting week with Mark Brown crowned as King of Hearts. Seniors celebrated only 87 more school days V by taking a well-deserved, but unapproved day off i FFA conducted their annual Pancake Breakfast and the Family Living class held their Mock Weddings. I Out of school activities included two major concerts, Journey with Glass Tiger and Bon Jovi with Cinderella. This was another month to add to our fond memories of high school days at Tulare Union. "fi, 4 4 4 .ug v SENIOR DITCH DA Y 'Q MINI I ..... Q5 HOMECOMING -S0 A N ...... . eff JANUARY STUDENT LIFE 53 55 Q- PW5' S .xl K, ysi B fb? gg SX sg? WM. ggimxwc N J-e. 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Although he Was not a Christian, he helped them, and he was caught and put in prison. In prison he became a believer in Jesus. Because of this, he was clubbed to death on February 14, 269. While he was in prison, he sent messages to 4 his friends, "REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE" and "I LOVE YOU" So, on February 14, we celebrate LOVE. Valentine loved others. He helped them and -25' eventually gave his life for them. ' A couple days after Valentines Day we had a special assembly on Drug and Alcohol abuse. The people who spoke in the assembly did not try so much to convince students not to drink but rather if they choose to, "DON'T DRI VE. " Each day during that Week there were many noontime activities, there was even a "Legs Contest. " Monday the 25th, the band sponsored E7 3 5 FEBRUARY STUDENT LIFE 55 26' C1 ?' Fall Semester Fres Council fleft to rig Treasurer!Secretary Traci Becky Vice Presiden Todd Fernandesg Preside 3' Ausa Salem. Not picture is ASB Representative, Ma reen Johnson. Girls, this was your luc month to pick your favorit guy and treat him to a night o t on the town. Moon Surfing W theme of the Backwards D so We got out our clamdigg the HC6 I'S and got down with our boogie boards. Props were made and lin were memorized in order t prepared for the April production of GREASE. Our Redskin Jazz Band participated in EXPO '86,lh year in Canada, was active the CMEA Jazz Festival. 5 s get 'Who st in 56 MARCH STUDENT LIFE Dan ce Spring Semester Freshman Council fleft to rightl: Seated are President, Todd Fernandesg Secretary, Kristen Diittn' A'S'Bfw """ T P H Representative, Alisa Salem. Standing are Treasurer, Traci Beck and Vice President. Michelle Parton. MARFH STUDENT LIFE .vi Moon Surfing GREASE tonigh t V, 9 eiQx32,9Qxx 5 6 05 09962190 9' W Q? 26 422999 Spring Semester Cliss Council: Treasurer, Delea Mendezg Presid nt Valerie nay, Freitasg Vice Presi nt, Mary Ann Madrugag and Secretary, Am er Pierce. 916 Not Pictured: ASB?l-Representative, Garrett Hill. 1 YXQQ S 99 tw ! I ,f I ' . I WMW1, wx if JM S5 I 3 W M ggi if 5? li 58 APRIL STUDENT LIFE 0 Mmmmwwmwmmmwmmag i 3 3 1 x E G 3 2 i During the month of A1118 I d Ei a good time watching the , musical put on by the Dramal 2- department, GREASE. Friend? got together to make plans gf 5 during Easter Vacation. Most of Q I the students here at Tulare Q Union used this Week to prepare for the Hart Bill Writing tlfai gm Tular Union Redskin Band put on a S ectacular band concert held 1' the auditorium on April fr., Fall Semester S 30th. ly phomore Class Council fleft to rightj: Stand- ing are Vice Pfiesident, Samantha Stevens and President, Marcy White. Seated are Treasurer, Tracy Coitog ASB Repre- sentative, MaryNLou Pinheirog and Secretary, Valerie F reitas. 42? x i In-an Senior Best Smile Joey Schott and Margo Hailey S Band concert 3 t rw W .,.,, MN .,... ,,,,.,,M,.i..i.,M,.m.,...........,...,....... 1 ., f - A -v "Y -W EVQ2' r r ' 5. jf ' Ir 'll' 3' -f. 3 I ,L Q! 'lb 'l.1"- I 0' 'I me W t,,,,,i-t-y.. iitii i,,-WMWWmM. APRIL STUDENT LIFE 59 4 3 1 if we ' x Tw v , Q9 1 090 Best Miranda and Kari Beckman Spring Junior Class Of! to right! are ASB Repre. dent, Denise Neveg Vi Treasurer, Gwen M353 Doug Maxheld. icers: Kneeling in back Ueft sen ta tive, Dina Greeng Presi- ge President, Tessie Freitasg Ylke. In front is Secretary, E E f 4' 5 HM K9 f Of? 0 S9033 od QC 493100 e eee e,seee W 24 is f X626 J 60 MA Y STUDENT LIFE +519 fl 5111 '11 Mor S i X E ...sf 2 H551 ., i. fy QU". fx 5-562-gf, wwf , f ig New 15,0 .NX 6,1 Xxo Hqdtsk 3015 ffahdoga QQ 2.5 WG 0 .25 .xo gig! 6 Got. 9 9 9 08" XN .aiggxq Bw e09'otete5e0Q m YE ge? . 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Q R352 L J - -3 4 Q at ,'.,: T if K MA Y S'I'UlJEN'l' LIFE 61 .amwmwm Seniors Q MW ,L MWMMWMWWM .,..,. ,,,.,,,, M W M h,,,,,,A ,,, , , ,,,, Ah,AA , ,,,hMAA,,, ,L .,.. ,AMM if E E EE I Vi T T 3 Most Involve i S A 1 wi ,s Mmmmwg Q 23 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!! GRAD UA TI ON 8pm ,. .Www ,fl E 2 Q QQ.r.r,e1z..Q9.EEQ, and grum E E 5 is a AE swf D17 Man- OSOSO O L L 62 JUNE STUDENT LIFE .,.a..,,,,A 5 E CD X Ag 'tu 1 E w- mWWWM,g, EU A 3 S Q 5 Y rn. 5 ! E G 5 is a A E S E' S 5 'Wm E 1 CO e :Q A Q A 1 Q 3 A an 3 :T E M. M - 5 N 5 N: -4.6 H' T JY! ? ' E M Q A J' gsow sxozuag S i ..,.......F,w.,...,b.m..,.....,., 1? paaoong OAL 5993 5?g E 53 E-:M-H, ew MMM AE 1 E .J ,.....,. , H W A W? S E 3 E X E .V 2 E X i E 2 Q Senior Class Officers: grip fl to rj, Fall Semester Trea- surer, Lisa Madalag Vice President, Thomas Smith, President, Mar ' Secretary, Christy Bonds. Bot- tom fl to rl, Spring mester President, Alma Salem, Vice President, Elisa eth Wolseyg Secretary, Cherish Perry, Treasurer, Lau a Mangrum. Www? In , fi W is il 25 E ri is ,Q 3 K. ,,,,sst st if . . is f . if Q ...W , M T .2 Q' .g' wMM...,.wi fsxxlwh P I C' 'fi' H E .E 2 f E? li I 2 i,s,,,WW-sss...s X I ? I WM . t,..,.,,, -M , ,,., ,W 5 1 if Y 2 5 June is always . n exciting month because it is the end of school and the beginning of summer 2 ,Qi Vacations. That means graduation and summer trips. gmrwww MMMHMMWMWWWWWW 'WWM W W Niiiiifiei P i"' ' yersr W rW"M'W"e'WW 'fxf 'ZHNMKWWW June 1987 was prgbbably the most emotional and X- X exciting month fo the Class of 1987. The month started out with e Baccalaureate followed by a 2 mx ly Scholarship Rece tion, and Honors Assembly. Finally the school year ended Wlth Graduatlon. 7- x 3 Many Seniors are? going on vacations this summer to f l, 5 all different, gras? of the world, the most popular W ,K .55 place will abgy be Hawau. N55 E ' W ' W 0 JUNE STUDENT LIFE 63 5 15 C6777 CI UB N-IN 20 xlxiiimx YM? Sie ' wi avi W Klux ic' i fi!XXf'1-iXfix.'5 xiqmix 'siixik 'iiwis5,'SS'?S , J X 2 NS YM iwg kikk - A XvQA.,..v..X.-, ,Q Q mwfQ,5,,Qm'? nk,:,k I . K Slim hi, XIYX 4 n Qsknssi 'ilxxigkx aeseswp ROSE E? FN NX 5SN PURTC GL PLE CLC B Members listed alphabetically: Anna-Marie Amaral, Joey Amaral, Chris Arend, Kerri Beckman, Anna Borba, Eulalia Coelho, Lester Costa, Pedro Costa, Brian Cook, John Dias, Mitch Mederios, Laurie Mendonca, Nivia Mendonca, David Nunes, Annamarie Perriera, Michele Perry, Marylou Pinerio, Fernando Rocha, Philomena Rocha, Zelda Rocha, Irene Santos, Adelaide Serpa, Marylou Silva, Deva Silveria, Leno Silveria, Tony Soares, Suzi Sousa. The advisor is Mrs. Amy Costa. Q The Portuguese Club was under - the new leadership this year of XXX, KL Mrs. Amy Costa. Mrs. Costa helped 6 to make the year for the Portuguese Club a good one. The club did various things such as their annual trip to an amusement park. The club also fundraises for money that goes towards the trip. 66 PORTUG UESE CLUB Club OtHcers . H-agp , .,,,.m,s., , Laurie Mendonca, President, Annamarie Amaral, Vice t, John Dias, Treasurer. if Executive OfHcers . fQ'Q,5J2A 'ont Row: '1'i112111Ax' f1i11'f1UZil. f1ir1s'AIh1etir' f1HlI1lI11SS1!1l1PI'f,x1l,kf' irncs. 1'1'esif1e11t.' Ni4'o1e Helton. Sfwretzirv. Hack lfouf irislian Hollaml. Hogxfllzlzll-11'1 l'o111111issio11e1': I1iiIIlIAK oreno. Vice 1'reside11t.' 11a111'e1 ul-'Sl11I't1f11i. Treasurer. Right: r. Dare S11e111ur11e. f1f1s'1'sor, App o1'n ted Officers nise Neve, Faculty Rep.: Saundra Swearingen, City f1l1l1lll'11 Hep.: Alma Salem, Social senzblyi Suzanne Swall, 11'a11yASpirit.' Tammy Sandoval. 11111111-l'l'1AVf Laura Aldllgflllfl. Board of ustees: fluanila Sf'hH'81,!,fII1Ei11. Board of Trustees: 111111118 Wlzile. 1'11111ic1'ty. SSUCIATED STUD B OD Y The Executive Council are the leaders of the student body that make many important decision. Advised by Mr. Dave Shelburne, the officers think of Ways to improve school spirit through organizing activities during the school year which would benefit the students as Well as the community. The Executive officers are voted into ofHce. The Appointed OfHcers are the members of ASB Who are chosen by the Executive Council upon their knowledge and Willingness to perform the ASB duties. ASB is involved in all aspects of school. These school leaders raise money to put on events such as Homecoming, Union Days and major dances. I ASH 67 The Deaf Club is composed of both hearing and deaf students Who truly believe in helping the deaf in school and social interactions. The purpose of the club is to establish money to be used toward any student Wishing to become a teacher of the deaf or interpreters for the deaf in the near future. Deaf Club members are Kandra Boyd, Donny Crisler, Michelle Crisler, Jaime Gandara, Tamara Jones, Alex Morillo, Yve Oakley, Scott Osborn, Kathy Pope, James Reese, Robert Weaver, and Dee Dee Williams. The advisor is Yvonne Enns. 68 DEAF CL UB Front Row lLett to lfightl: lWr. Stephen Lawton. Tou Vue, Ku Vue, Kirsten Mendoza. 1fl'II1 Elwood, Kandy Kachadoorian. Melissa Emerson, Michele Perry. Second Row: Michael Pitman, Hilary Borha. Kerri l Yamamoto, Elizabeth Lima. Tammy Horn, Robert Parker, Nicki Elliott, Leah Flores, Christi Gearv. l Matthew Hixler, Tito Garza, Laura Mangrum. Third How: Valerie Freitas, Chervl Smith, David Candle, Darren Dutto. David Nunes, Jeremy Jones, Eric Sl'E?1'flS111Z1. Last How: Sheri Tai, Marv Ann Hodges, Marvlou Pinheiro. Traci Coito. Leann Keys, Michelle Hileman, Tanya Cisneros, Peter Lampe. Chad Martin, Kristi Borurn. Delea lylendes, Paul Lampe. l ED TEAAI llelt to rightl:First Row: Deanna Shoenhair. ravis ljylnnp. Harhara Solo. Lisa llladala. Sean Segler. ndfilfogers Daniel Westbrook, Jason Hart. Second How Effelsher. Henrike Osenherg. lxlillldj' Hill, Denise Neve, enise Duncan. Cindy Rommel. Third l1'ou'.' ' en Dutto. Heather lfockholt. lllegan lylcllowan. Juliet Campos. 'l'1ftan-V Carvalho, Laura lylangrum, Amy lveira, Pia Christensen. Darren Anderson. mf QLD TEAM llett to rightl - Front Row: David Serams. K ma Salem, lvlichelle Servadio, Ray Reynolds, DKJIIIIZ1 hite. Mike Cameron. Second Row: Kerrin Malloy, Tessie eitas, Marv Hodge, Stephanie Bartel. Socorro Gutierrez, 'eena Starling. Ilreff Asher. Third Row: Andrea Tuti, 1na Witrnan. Andrea lark, flenniter Gibson, Christine npedvk. Carolyn Choboian, Jennifer Smith, Sonya 'rrillo. April Allen. Andrew Bettencourt. The California Scholarship Federation K CSF l is an honors society for high school students who have at least 3 A's and a B lwith no Dsl in the academic subjects. Membership is renewed every semester by the student. Upon graduation, students with 5 semesters of membership receive a gold seal on their diploma and a gold CSF pin. Our chapter has been active in fundraisers and homecoming events. CSF conducted the ASB and class elections as a service to the school. This year CSFE First Semester President was Darren Dutto and Vice- President was Nicki Elliott. Chapter Sponsor was Mr. Stephen Lawton. MOCK TRIAL The Mock Trial team participates in county and state wide competition among high schools in the presentation ofa criminal case. Students portray each ofthe principals in the cast of courtroom characters: attorneys, witnesses, bailiff clerk. The cases include pre-trial motions and the criminal trial itself. ln the past three years, Tulare Unions teams have won the county-wide competition twice and gone on to represent Tulare County in the State Finals in Sacramento. This year, as in the last two years, Tulare Union Helded two teams with over sixty students involved. CSF A IWOCK TRIAL 69 T.R.IB.E. I Tulare Redskins Interested In Being Enthusiastic. This years Tribe group was indeed enthusiastic, they showed their spirit by painting signs, decorating the stadium, and putting up our teepee. They are very proud of their accomplishments, and hope that in years to come this Same spirit Will continue. 1. Part of TRIREs duties is to make banners lor sports events. 2. TRIBE Presidents: Top: Sandi Fischer, Middle.' Tamara Ramey, Bottom: Michele Wagner. 3, TRIBE puts up the Teepee before every home game. 4. TRIBE members: Front, row: Julie Smith, Sandi Fischer, Rebecca Chavez, Suzanne Joncoaltz, lVIiddle row: Dina Garza, Cortina Ramirez, Tamara Ramey, Heather Starling, Mzirsha Turner, Back row: Advisor Cheri Warm, Dararen Anderson, lVIichele Wzigner, Charlie Wilcox. 70 TRIBE Fu ture Farm ers of Am erica The Tulare Union FF.A. helps students with the development of leadership skills as Well as learning and understanding the various areas of production agriculture tsuch as Livestock, Ag. Mechanics, Ornamental Horticulture, and Work experiencej. They educationally motivate students to excell and achieve high academic standards through participation and involvement in the many different activities that are in F.F.A. These activities include judging teams, public speaking, becoming an ofhcer, raising and showing animals at fairs, community service and recreational activities. By becoming involved in these various activities, members develop understanding of responsibility and have the opportunity to travel to many 'fferent areas of our state and nation. The Tulare Union d1 F.F.A. chapter provides all students with the opportunity to develop these basic agricultural skills that will help them face the daily challenges of lite. 'Q -si-ff-31954 U pf W!!-. s S ' "fff1?s.a' -' 'S' 'Y f-.XX Al . 'v- J" 5 1 - . y , N w A tm, qs. 4 . 1 K 1'-. F.F,A. Officers - Front Row: Heather Bennett, Melinda Cardoza, FIFA. Queen Jomnw Roche Dianna Cox. Back Row: lWike Machado, Brenda Souza, Brett Bennett. x si ' V i at W' A I pi Y 4' xx'- , t,--as .5 ws ..:,f 2? ff Q AU.. I 41 Front Row tlett to rightl: Jason Cullum, Joe Avila, Rhonda Adles, Joanne Roche, Brett Bennett. .Melinda C'ardoza. lllikc Machado, Heather Bennett, Brenda Souza. Dianna Fox, Shannon Hedrick. Staci Fratton, Julie Bettencourt. Sherry Hollingsworth. lltlr. lllarinelli. lWr. Uaetano. Second Row: Johnnie Lomeli, Rod Smith, Marcos Robles, Yim Simonich. John Godinho, Bobby Hartman. Stanley Holtman. Jared Fernandes, Michael Ribeiro, Joey Ameral, Frank Fernandes. Farrie Manning. Bart Thompson, Raquel Rushing. Jason Romans, Gina Cordeiro, Ric Garrcia, Doug Fardoza, Dwane Cardoza, Kevin Postma, Vicky Asberry, Brook Sparks. JoAnne Nunes, Lisa Fanelas. Denise Junio, Sarah Servadio. Third Row: John Fosta, Erin Avila. Greg Hughan, Robert Andratte. Richard Borges. Todd Fernandez, Joe Goulart. Marrs Gist, Ryan Miller, Jett'Bezerra, Shane ldell, Pete Trioni. Robert Vanhooser, Larry Perrvman, Farv Thompson. FFA 7 The Redskin Band members are: K. Abbott, J. Amundson, D. Babb, S. Baez, T. J. Baker, P. Bates, K. Beckman, K. Beckman, N. Belton, H. Borba, K. Borum, D. Boucher, M. Bravin, J. Briseno, N. Briseno, D. Brogan, J Brown, D. Bruggenkamp, S. Burnett, T Calvillo, C. Cameron, M. Cannon, T Cardoza, R. Carrillo, S. Carrillo, T. Carvalho, M. Cash, R. Castaneda, T Cisneros, D. Cisneros, A. Clark, C. Coffey, C. Cosyns, D. Cox, C. Cuellar, K. Curry, E. Curtis, W. Cushing, P. DaSilva, D. DeMuth, J. Dias, M. Doherty, S. Dole, D. Doucette, T. Douglass, J. Dredge, J. Dredge, wg, D. Dutto, K. Dutto, G. DuVal, J. Dysart, N. Elliott, K. Elwood, C. Fisher, T. Fitzpatrick, J. Fletcher, J. Flood, L. Flores, T. Freitas, V Freitas, F. Galviz, J. Garvia, G. Gibson, S. Gibson, J. Gilbert, S. Giotto, K. Gonzalez, T. Graham, J. Haney, N. Harris, T. Henderson, T Heninger, L. Herrera, S. Hightower, G. Hill, T. Hollis, T. Horn,'S. Irvin, C. Jarrett, L. Jenkins, L. Jensen, M. Jensen, J. Jones, K. Jones, K. Kachadoorian, K. King, T. Kitchen, L. Koeppe, T. Korenwinder, K. Kyker, K. Lewis, T Linder, J. Lopez, K. Luiz, K. Lunde, D. Machado, M. Madruga, K. Maloy, C. Martin, T. Mascorro, S. MaxHeld, W. Mayberry, S. McElmoyl, M McGowen, R. Mederos, D. Mendes, M. Mendonca, D. Mendonca, K. Mendoza, A. Miller, B. Moline, J. Monger, J. Monitz, J. Moore, F. Moskowitz, M Nalbandian, D. Nelson, D. Neve, M. Nordyke, G. lgunlgy, L. Oliver, R. Osmond, M. Owens, K. Owens, . arker, R. Parr, M. Parten, K. Philpot, K. Pires, D. Polk, K. Puder, D. Quillin, D. Quinn, R. Raney, L. Ready, G. Recendez, J Reynolds, L. Reynolds, V. Ricci, S. Richardson, D. Richardson, N. Rice, A. Roberts, J. Robinson, H. Robinson, H. Rockholt, A. Rogers, C. Ross, J Ross, J Rowland, M. Rudkin, R. Salazar, O. Santana, B. Santos, S. Sasser, J. Seabolt, M. Servadio, K. Setser, T. Sevener, T Smith, S. Smith, L. Smith, R. Smith, C. Soto, S. Starling, T. Stevens, S. Stevens, T Stevens, R. Stiffler, K. Stotts, T. Stoval, A. Swearingen, M. Sylvester, D. Sylvester, D. Taylor, M. Thomas, T. Tolbert, C. Toscano, M. Uranga, A. Valdez, Ei Valencia, C. Vargas, C. Vasquez, D. Villagran, A. ar ic P. Watkins, L. Welch, D. White, M. White, J. Wilborn, J. Winter, E. Wolsey, K. Yamamoto. V T A l ,.., Ml., -- S' 'fvg - I--54:3-ge . Alex Valdez, Tulare Union Marching Band Drum Major, stated that what he enjoyed most about band was the, "crowd response and the excitement of being under pressure to perform. U Alex is a senior and has been leading the band since he was a sophomore. Keeping order and discipline was his main duty as drum major. "It's very hard, its a lot of responsibility. You have to be really dedicated and practice a lot. It's very rough 'Z Alex commented about his job. The hardest group to control according to Alex was the drum line. "They love to take things into their own hands, but when it comes to performing they're great."' admits Alex. Lettergirls Cleft to rightj: Olivia Santana, Paula Bates, Kim Lewis, Tammy Stoval, Tara Fitzpatrick, Diana Cox, Stephanie Giotto, Felicia Moskowitz. 72 BAND P Alex Valdez Drum Major ,lwfi lb'JPf43:f F' TCS 6 all M' 'im?12e1U.lWT,."' "W, ' mu-'c,, 'y 971 it T, 'iw W T , 1 ,A-.,Mwx'I 'Fw-"i:'. www, i will f 4 f 'W f 'af' -:-- t- ,W M, Wl,Ml,.io ff,.',.w- ' f 111752 Ah., ,wi ww, , W ,V X- g,Qm,w,3 it W ' - 'I :'if,iE3l'2W.-W iw M:'Nfwg,. - ' '., p ' , 1, t tw z":9'w--ff, . 5:43 Front Row: Kasey Abbott, Valerie Freitas Sec-ond Row: Head: Melinda Mendonca, 'l'essie Freitas. Lea Ann Ready Top How: Michelle Nordyke. Heather lfockholt 'F' wa ' ' '43 fx ' X 'i ,Q , in 3'i"3'4 g 5 I' 'S ' b v Front: Laurie Jenkins, Nickie Elliott, Denise Villigran, Head: Nichole Belton, Kate Lunde. Amy Roberts, Karen Puder, Row Two: Tabatha Stevens, Jana Munger, Celeste Cuellar, Candida Vargas, Stephanie McEmoyl, Tanya Graham, Kathy Jones, Karen Stots. Row Three: Susie Dole, Tracy Hollis, Karli King, Rebecca Castaneda, Sonya Carillo, Francine Galaviz Mascot Renee Osmon HAND T3 Q A , ,M W fix vxgijk' X5 Q L k -C.. .wi ' Cb ' f x ' do .t wi .X . X1 7 5-bl XX-. V Ny f fp ., J S U 1 ff W4 t -A KQV of QS? xl QS? , 2 , X J . is C' 3 Mig' A. 'Qv' Q . , . . X. ti 0 . - Afmw f X , X 4 BLA CK T UDEN U I O B.S.U stands for Black Student Union. This years club members were very active and the club as a Whole was very involved in school activities. The club trips included one to Fresno State University and another to the Black Student Union State Conference. This year was one to remember! 1. Ethel Curtis, Treasurer and Stacy Terrence, Secretary. 2. Donna Front Row Kleft to rightj: Mr. Ashjian, advisory Kellie Gomez, Laiane White, Vice President and Margo Hailey, President. 74 BLACK STUDENT UNION Burge, Sabrina Wright, Shandonna Hightower, and Margo Hailey. Back y Row: Lamont Dailey, Roh ' Hickman, Jeff Thompson, and Scott Green 1 DRA IWA CL UB l font Row llett to rightl: Sally Dudley f3dV1'SflFl, Michelle Rudkin, Jimmy Brockhouse, Kenny Huerta, Greg bvett, Steven Correia, Christy Bonds, Kristin Atkinson. Second Row: Carolyn Zorn, Suzanne Joncoaltz, tknown, unknown, Michele Perry, Laura Mangrum, Gloria Cervantes, Michele Wagner, Tom Jarret, Tammy zstaneda. Third Row: Brenda Martin, unknown, unknown, Frankie Jones, Cvm Anderson, Suzanne Swall, sa Duncan, Deanne Smith, Jennifer Shaw, Kelly Lewis, Maureen Doherty. Fourth Row: unknown, Tamara Juglass, unknown, unknown, Darren Anderson, Jeff Rockholt, Greg Asher, Julie Flood, Charlene Burnett, ny Silveria, Julie deCampos. Back Row: David Brogan, Jill Dredge, Chris Toscano. Chris Zachary, Charlie ilcox, Chervl Smith. Missing: Melissa Emerson. Tulare Union 's Drama Club has been active for four years. In this time the club has been the backbone for several great productions. Within the club, members get information about the upcoming shows, festivals, and workshops that aid in their acting skills. Tulare Union Drama Club is the largest and most productive in all of the Tulare County. If they continue to grow at the present rate, be sure to look at movie credits and Broadway programs for the names of today's members. Miss Sally Dudley, Advisor,' Chris Toscano, Treasurer, David Brogan, Vice Presidentg Cvm Anderson, Presidentg Susanne Swall, A.S.B. Representative. lMissing Nicole Belton, Secretaryj. sn ' ' . W "' 2 DRAMA CLUB 5 MECHA-UUR TUD ARE I VOLVED Above: Lilia Figueroa and Art Villareal represent MEC!-IA at Homecoming. Above right: One of Rafael Avitia is extraacurricular activities is football. Right: students kneeling: Beatrice Angulo, Ralph Avitia, Juan Borquez, Tina Duran. First Row: Francisco Jimenez, Elivia Mendoza, Gabriel Espindola, Gloria Valenzuela, Lisa Herrera, Lupe Garza, Ruby DeLeon, Anna Gonzalas, Lourdes Espana. Second Row: Arisela Hernandez Kstandingj, Adrian Holguin, Benicia Hernandez, Lisa Munoz, Priscill Perez, Josie Ellison, Anabel Castaneda, Kathy rausto, Corine DeLeon, Third Row: Rosendo Diaz and Lilia Figueroa. Fourth Row: Guillermo Jiminez, Teenah Soto, Liz Garcia, Francisco Valdez, Anna Paulino, Maggie Sanchez, Moses Martinez, Tina Dominguez. 76 MECHA Mum 44" f" ' M.E.C.H.A. means lVIovimiento Estudiental Chico De Aztlan. Their goals and objectives are to help students succeed in school. They accomplish this by bringing in guest speakers, making students aware ofscholarships, talking about school, and setting goals for higher education - college or university. They also provide a K'Big Brother and Big Sister Program " ' for the freshman students who are struggling in school, They provide tutors from Within the organization, encourage selflimprovement and develop leadership by practicing parliamentary procedure in their meetings. The MECHA Club also participates in fun activities like playing volleyball and baseball With surrounding high schools. They also attend Chicano Youth Conferences which are aimed at higher education, Fpper lell: Teenah Soto standing proud in her Tulare Union Redskin Band Uniform. Above: .NIICUHAXQ float entry in the Homecoming Parade. Pictureo' left - Frou! Row: Ralph Avitia, President. Second Row lleff Io rigbtl: Kalliy Frausto, Sargeant-atfArms: l,ilia Figueroa, Secretary: lllrs. Holguin. Advisor: Lisa Herrera. Treasurer and Teenah Soto. Vice-l'resident. 'L V, f,w'W -V -4 i , M., -'T , a 5 S, ,i f ir B W B 'K..aaf MEFHA T7 RED KINS FOR A YEAR ,H :rdf MMF!! Mika Maruyama - Japan Pia Christensen - Denmark Mark Arends - Germany Minna-Sus Rita - Finland i 78 FOREIGN EX CHA N GE Andrea Tute - Germany Marcelfn Pires - Brazil Shiori Miki - Japan .. 11 td pevpletlernmall si 1110, , the I I ffute' me oi .rom A I l'm Anchreidhf lmelwl Uomelneaf thil ' dvi U ' ts an ich 15 by 8 e An .le studell Kiel, Whvllrerweckluvre the KChmIrny'11 near totally li, I Iugt md W be 'qtli' Q lm hill' ' l, lv " . iat111if7f,f11v P60951 IW 'ff 50511 afw HU' the g::cz1l1 liffigme billlftthaxmk S3001 A111 A 1 to Sl' at 5 .Qu an ,ani yoxw . bl-3' here- . I V' eV9r- , ere 3 pogsllqfmiw arldmv SLM h . 2 ' ' J - bmi. ulilkmr 1 fe ygwl I I 'm Henrike Osenberg trom West 'rrnany near Gologne. 1'm enjoying my ry here because I love to travel and irn about new cultures, I al.so like to Pet new people, and I love my new endsf Its great to be thousands of 'les away lrom home tor a year because 5 my year and I can make the best ot' In Germany I have two n1ore years ot' Lzool, so l'm really enjoying my tree ar. Well. alter this year l'll k11ow more out this "land ofa thousand portunities." and will be able to make t my own mind about America. Love, Henrike Vm from , N ' ' Iylikf Ho' MV name lslihlillhlido is veff' CEM . . . 1 . ikkiido. flflpan' 01 wt ot' snow in I 9 I ' we have 3 1 . Ury warm we and W ' 1 Tulare is a W ' d Tulare inter so I we Ilikp Tulare im' h Q0 ' Vnteft 141112115 " , lack' In M . :sed ff' ' -- t Ipion bu! Im Ilohliserablf' when I Ltdikiv I - .. 1 ree e Ui, Evers' ff - 'JIIIGUHNS , , eo IP We ' lid iinderstand 'hhdtdplkii glad that I COL I 3 gill f 1 are is kind lf' mn! he back to lul x h0!'P. conlf sorned215' I ' w Henrike Osenberg - Germ f fa Hello! illy name is lylika lllaruyama. l come trom Nagasaki, Japan. I have a sister who is a teacher in Japan. I am enjoying staying here and am planning to go to an American college this tall. I love America and don 't want to leave. Americans are very welcome in Japan and I hope you all get a chance to visit someday. Caiof Love, Mika IIIP. Fernando Vazzoli - Brazil Kumiko Hojo - Japan HIINV Christopher Royer - France Qu 06lzbhw46A J' 0. fe-Q0 ff "1 'o 'fb' 1, be .sb , 20' no fi, '9 we 6559. '92 'bl 47 of 616 of Wy 'rio '22 ax-0 -- V . ea 4 06,460 168 909, flea 'cwo Q A fy, 1 . 0 A 0f16,!t,'c: 66006 Q4?J5'6,6gr'0Q 66,60 0,02 'fkiy Gfw. 'tl 00, 'Xt '71 "Wy ,bo 6 QQ -' O' Q, 10 6, 'lk 11,8 6 Q! an 1, -oo, Q, 6,7-f. 1, .V 61 'ff, J 'VOQQ '35 06" f C19 .90 1-0,93-?666,0,0'6, 6 '13 671-Q" of-Oo 4.2: 65 so 101217 4760 49 ff?-Ik' fb 6 .lsr QQ, ,D QQ fo, 'QQf"'o' 'O 'af' MQ' ' ' Q5 66,6'2y,,Qjf G 0,2 004 Q, 1, .fs .5 62 1 ' 'Q Q1-6, ' fly bs, 41. Ll- 0067! Hef, my name is Pia Vhristensen. l'm 18 years old and trom Denmark. This summer Igraduated from High School in Denmark and I wanted to travel and experience something betore going to University so I came to California as an exchange student. So tar I have had a verv good time and have met a lot ol' wondertul people. I will certainly remember this year tor the rest ot' my lite and I will detinitely be back. Hi' l'm hlark Arends trom Hamburg, Germany. I would like to say that America is very ditlerent from Germany tclothes, school, tood, habits, and above all the peoplel. The American kids and people are all nice to each other and to guests. They are hospitable and proud to show you their country, Theres always somebody who helps ifyou need help. The teachers are very nice to the exchanage student but you get more homework lLI'Ii1I1 in Germany. Even though I came trom a big city K2 million peoplel. there is always something to do in 'I'ulare and I have no spare time. I can recommend that everybody become an exchange student in a loreign country, I'm glad to be here and think the year will be a great experience tor FOREIGN EXFHA NGH 79 fa 80 CO-OP CO-OP fm +15 .Q i 1. Deanna Shoenhair, Crvstal McComb and Melanie Silva enjoying their word processing practice. 2. Michelle Carson and Cynthia Chavez doing it the old fashioned Way - typewriters. 3. Mr. Voshall helping students learn joh skills. 4. Front Row fleft to right!! Maggie Sanchez, Deanna Shoenhair, Crystal McComb, Karrie Hunt, Lori Thompson, Melanie Silva, Cynthia Chavez, Margaret Guardiola. Second Row: Debbie Hicks, Marla Hubaffh, Laurie Rocha, Christina Hernandez, Michelle Carson, Natalie Aguiar. Back Row: Mr. Voshall, Celia Lane, Linda F lores, Linda Rowland, Missing: Mary Jane Leal. 3, 5 ' Q l ., 4 va, .. ' X " ' ' Q C? V ' as ' ' i,,, M 2 I 1 1 4 5 5 WX l ' 5 ,ff ff 1 n .7 WW5x Q ff mm D I A '-" ' , . 1 ,-riifwfrg 3': """1113 7 A sv , , Q QI S. 5 1 5 if I 15? sr' - l'SfZff'kV2f3 t f .f in :Ms . -M ' av My X 411- is A, x W ,-ff !-" C Ng t 1' .L , .... , .. . .v EW . w S: yr. ,.. - Q- K - ..,. ll-'i 53 E ""'-N First Row KLeft to Rightj: Michael Pitman, Susie Lions, Robert Mary Ann Madruga, Hilary Borba, Jill Fletcher, Kim Owens, Kerrie Yamamoto, Kelli Beckman, Mark Arends, Third Row: Delea Mendes, Valerie F reitas, Andy Tute, Maureen Doherty, Mary Jensen, George Chavez. Last Row: Mike Pfeiffer, Mike Canales, Tino Ochoa, Andi Pitman, Chrissy Hanelv, Kevin Pires, Cheryl Smith, Marcy White. TENNIS CLUB 81 Campus Clubs Sho Service League is an organization designed to assist those in need in the school and the community. This year Service League accumulated enough money through fund raisers to buy and distribute Christmas toys to children who otherwise would of not had Christmas. Also, during the month of March, the Service League sponsored the 1987 Backwards Dance. They really showed their Redskin Pride by their dedication and hard work. E4 A P . 'f . 2555 -7754 , fl if 1 !?32'I4'f5f5Z':i TOP-' Mlchele Wagner, tina, .5 AQ g I' President. Middle row A .J "'i , S "3 fleft to rightj: Deanne i" , ,, - I' , , i 7 nga. Q gf A -a , Smith, Vice President, I ffl, I I I I Michele Perry, Tamara W ' Ramey, Treasurer. Y , K Bottom row: Tishia Oldham, Wendy Smith, Christy Bonds, Mrs. 2 Carolyn Wagner. ' 't""'-s ig lW"" I 3, r " V V, VEZA " N ., ! Q I What is S.A.D.D. ? S.A.D.D. is Students Against Driving Drunk. S.A.D.D. is a student organization formed to help stop drug and alcohol abuse among teenagers. It came about because of the high death rate among teenagers due to drinking and driving. In the future, the TUHS S.A.D.D. chapter plans to expand. They are also planning to organize a group of students to appear at the elementary and Jr. Highs and let the younger kids know that it's okay to say NO! From left to right, Top: Tracy Coito, Mary Lou Pinherio, Anne Marie Perreira, Lisa Plumlee, Mrs. Frost, Mary Ann Madruga. Bottom: Diane Carvalho, Karin Olivas, Valerie Freitas. 82 SERVICE LEAGUE X S.A.D.D. REDSKI SPIRIT , W A . '2 0 1 44 't Y.E.S., Youth Excluding Sin, is a new Christian club that was started this year. The students and their advisor, Mike Sterling, spend their group time studying and discussing what they have learned from the Bible and lifetime experiences. "The purpose of Y.E.S. is to give direction to those interested in knowing Jesus Christ as their savior and living their lives according to the Bible, " said member Wendy Smith. YES. welcomes all Tulare Union students to join them. From left to right, Top: Darren Chapman, Dana Hall, Renee Brown, Jason L, Smith, Darren Anderson? Bottom row: Scott Osborne, Deanne Smith, Qldham, Wendy mit , and Dana ierce. '- -1 -In . , - .u 'mt ' f - I ' V v ,sit . 4, Q X Ag, agua . ,Vx 4..' A .tu 1, V A 1, It S X., S. V. ' . -. V.. 1 . h ,yr it , ,MMS X? Vs. 24. 'M , .-1 , ,v ,4..W., f -...w,,, L, 1 4, . 'rom row lleft to rightl: Kevin Pires J d Brett Chamberlin Jennifer Hill. Second row: J 'if""wa,,Q A it H ':i."2V'i' . ' in wx' . H . X The Cycling Club was formed this " year. It was founded by Garrett Hill and Kevin Pires. The purpose is to have fun and recreation through bicycling. While on campus, they form a club but when actually riding on trips, the students are responsible for their own insurance and safety. The advisor the this newly formed club is Mr. Tom Adams. r"'Q, kat AQ ff fg. Q Freg Duval, Mr. Tom Adams, Sharlene Burnette, llerrie Yamamoto, Tom L' hird row: Doug . 7eMuth, Trac lbert, Tolbert, Garrett Hill, Sean Segler, Davi achford, Marcelo Pires, ' 'odd Henmger, co rvin, ack row: Ryan Cook, Mark Arends, Brent Santos. CHRISTIAN CL UBXBICYCLING CL UB 83 84 ACADEMICS F ln SIGN- N .ef N. .ig f X ff S 9 K Q x E x N' In -X f -V pf, 1 xo?" W' 'S V .J A Q rigigxg f 9' K - E f A W 6 X my ff! xv ik xc ,,f. A S? Q X ff X N1 3 , "ff xx M Q N xg Y ,4 gg? A ff: ff? if-.Q X 'D I ,A 3 -is s ,L .8x W' 1 ui 'Q-Q as 3 xx 1 .sk o , 'V A ! ,Q HO, fgfqigyfsx + 'SQ , L iiix., js 12, mm.. , if-wk Y 5 Q Ying!! wx? A X wi x xi, , xagisxi 'E Q QW 4 , X N k QYZ Q dll ' gage 6 -09 5?- oo .Q GX' ii! vga i , I 2 AN SS A CL ER D UN TO E IC V AD SENIOR Get plenty of rest I f Knmwt W, ' M f SSS A S he AA A P' 9 'C ' l . f SSAA I VA,v A Q SS A nerrl gg A A Get out While you can. ,A i,t,XQQgJfq. ,, W 3' f x X- ' , ,Z ' ' f " f. xi 'gr x x, X, 4'l5NfAx,33i I ,Wy ,J NZ ' ,, rt "xx I ' A1 ,M M 'M ,M x VA, N ' 3, yn x, .,.,g,zg ,w f ac, 4,1Gff'.,'x,x is' ' ,iff f f , 'ff' an . y f , J Look up to your upper-classman. I Av. 4 Guys save all the money you can, so you can get a Don 't let yourself get tied down all through hlgh nice car with spokes and a stereo, then you can get school, stay free and have fun with your friends. any Tulare girl you Want. 86 A CA DEMI CS A 2. NSS? Q I Q 1 Z K A N35 ACADEMICS 87 PUBLICATIO T DO IT WITE WARWHOOP :fr Q f w - 3 Q x x S The Warwhoop, published monthly, covered a wide variety of interests the students and faculty had. The newspaper was run entirely by the students with the help of the advisor, Mr. Tom Adams. Each member of the staff was assigned a special, equally important task to do at the beginning of each month. This years' staff consisted of Editor - Alma Salem Assistant Editor - David Scrams Business Manager - Tishia Oldham if' ff Production Manager - Dennis Tudor Sports Editor - Brian Lampe Photographer - Mario Maciel Reporters - Kim Clairday, Doug Maxfield, Michele McCoy, Sam Cerveny, Rob Mendonca, Teri Turner and Travis Hylton. 1. Reporters Rob Mendonca and Teri Turner get their new assignment from Mr. Adams. 2. Doug MaxHeld researching old newspapers for information. 3. David Tudor where you could most often Hnd him - typing in copy and headlines. 4. Photographer Mario Maciel making sure his if photos are just right. ij? 5. Editor Alma Salem pasting up another great ,,,.,, edition of the Warwhoop. 6. David Scrams on layout day. 7. Brian Lampe showing off his sports pages. 88 PU BLI CA Tl ONSXW AR WH OOP EDSKI N PRIDE ARG US 1 For .fi S. W H . Wx 'Que M .uc 4' MM f, 2 fx N,4 ,.. M, 41 Argus is an annual publication of school events produced by students. Advisor Mrs. Kathy Landon took over the 1986-1987 yearbook and enthusiastically led her class into making an organized record of school history. Hard Work from the students and their teacher helped accomplish the making ofa "Blue Ribbon" book. 1. Danny Moreno and Michele Perry check over photos for a page. 2. Mrs. Landon checks Tamara Rameyls layout on one of the Saturday work days. 3. Saundra Swearingen shows off our latest methods, computer yearbook copy. 4. Wendy Smith sharing insight into good copy, humor. 5. Copy Editor Michele Wagner helps Deanne Smith rewrite her story for her page. 6. Photographer Spencer White in the darkroom checking out some prints he just made. 7. Steve Machado going through the lists of Senior Personalities to see who won! PUBLI CA TIONSXARG US 89 l CLASSE S' .THE GC Creative Authors Entertain Elementary Students A 1. Mark Brown seeis eye to eye with Wilson students. 2. All eyes on you, Karyn Castor! 3. Dorothy Carr answers, "No, I didn 't know why Humpty Dumpty was sitting on the wall. " WHEN IN FRENCH CLASS EAT AS THE FRENCH DO 1. You try it first. 2. Now that we have French food , what happened to the French -7 men. 3. Alma, it couldn't be that bad, or was it? 4. "I didn 't know sparkling cider could make you feel so happy!" BX T5W'Mi1Z-El... WF?4iNQ3"2'KlXsQLs . W, ACTIVE LEARNING EXPERIE ES Fabulous Renaussance Feasts Created By Students 1 Sarah Westbrook and Scott Osborn dish up 2 Don t try to be shy Darren we can see you Irene Santos stops to smell the flowers in one of the Huntington Botanical Gardens. Does this remind you of your history teacher? What a cheerful bunch in front of the L.A. Art Museum. ACADEMICS 91 "1 dropped 1119 boom!" 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Well, to my dis- beliefQ some hostile cow crapped on my homeworklv Thomas Smith , tj, . g 011 d Wofklfllaougfl d ffOrn .stign HTOO tire Chr! fr 1161? 12195 b002e1b Ge 'Mar fv 1' -41-GUQQS I was helping my ill sister with her homework when, oh gag, she vomited all over my home- work. l' David Nunes soo YK," , uw ' ff' " V H H Xa ww, V I ,E , , ,Z 9"-- -:lu ll A 1: - iih . Rl I if I U'IUUVUUOVUUVUVIQVVIUUIVUUVVUOVVVVUUII W 2 Y. fi va, f JE 28 3? fy EQW E" ..,. mi 3' ' MY' 5 S- S is 5 ' fm T 5? 5 Qimek, 3 V 5 fffb 5 'INK ' 'A R 5 -VLLI Q f Q 5 H Q as 11Q,i 3 K A , ..,.,, Q W Akkkk .. . w as , I ----- SEQ ws ,E 0 sas , Y ----- D - M , ----' Aw M, .-.- .--- 1 Q Q,wA,f X Wizfsg? SM, Q x ,M .. S 1 y. .1.,::. Q , K5 E am, , 2, :wi 'L ff S , SSSSSS Sa 5 .,,,5z5 - , ggwfgx, 5, . QQ: ns. S 1' ,' S , Q W S S , f S Si 5 Q SSS 1 S 59 SSS g 4 S .SH ' 5 S li S' S Q SSSS S SSSS S ,,:-,,, ,--1 ,xi , 5 . :ref :,:. Q ' "'.. Q Q Wig Qfmfgfw Q 3 N' f' S i 125 www ' S S E 'I" '-,:'. i EQ--gp ft., : K, 3 . :hk 5 K g i K lg E - E E J 1-'1 2 2 gf- . E if i S I SQL! iL.L Q'-if i " : EE L R g L Q f zb.. . fl ee - ii, SSS ,wi 51 3225 3-1 S 11, 5 ' 5 Rug. ..nw M.,wy d ei :f'- K ..':1-f:::. ig 4-.. ww09S 7z.L A-,sw ' 96 SPORTS l PORTS SIGN- N THLETIC "YAC 'Ns Z is -UL Q If xg?-wk 'f rx if 1 .af !'xf.g Xvllfx gf-a3.,2,i+.X 3 "'f f ' f , . i P' "w-4 SPORTS 97 TRIBC T TO SPORT , 98 TRIBUTE TO SPORTS 3 S Tulare Union is Well known for its superior athletics program. The teams are competitive an the coaches superb. This year, the Argus present a TRIBUTE TO SPORTS. Sports not only provide physical Htness for our students but healthy competition and a chance to learn to Wi. and lose. They promote school pride and school spirit. Coaches and athletes, we salute you. J.,--1' ts' w ss 4 3 3 Ll g O 'ni 1 Q Q W mf , A xiwvgiy ,M KAAAW. K it X , 5 1 , Ei.. 5 5 Q nd. ,S 97,33 '- ' sg n .4 F xg wr Mg W A w IQ '?f iQQf f QQffM ii? , . M. K5 , Q S, 41. W V ws? , E ,V+ HS 5 Mahi- i s 2 "' S 39546 fs ,...f4""' . .. , ,-?,':wr' .5 -- A A s . my wp W 'U LLVLL I 1 5 H33 VAR I TY REDSKI FOOTBALL ,QQ ' QVQE' ,f 4 A , 5 5 1 First RoW.' Frank Ramirez, Cary Thompson, Mark Alonzo, Ryan Benjamin, Kevin Espinola, Dan!!! MOLBMJ, Robert Lawerence, Terry Beair, Ralph Avitia, Otto Treadwell, Jimmy Lee, MarkuBroWn, Jody Graham. Second Row: Steve Warren, Travis Hylton, Todd Alberti, Nate Rico, Mark Vargas, Tom Story, Michael Roberts, Monte Felemi, Larry Yost, Shane ldel, Larry Perryman, Roger Rebelo, John Sa, Darrell Burton, Jim Mendoza. Third Row: Clint Lacock, Fernando Cazzoli, Gene Campos, Jerry Beair, Jeff Wilson, John Tripp, Steven Crase, Richard Miranfgz, Keith Parker, Robert Avila, Ron Osborne, Jeff Moore, Landon Shaver, David Candle, Bob Oliver, Fourth Row: Coach Del Jones, lVIartin Martinez, Paul Paim, Mark Taylor, Jay Lambert, Robby Meridonca, Frank Yturralde, Marlon Jackson, Richard Philpot, Todd Darst, Robert Jefferson, Lorenzo Hailey, Anthony Sa, Todd Cunningham,"Lee Treadwell. 100 VARSITY FOOTBALL -'Sept 19 ...... , ........ Golden West Sept. 26 . . . ..... Lemoore fOct. 3 .... .,.. M t. Whitney Oct. 9 .,.. . . . Redwood Oct. 17... ... Hanford x Oct. 24. . . .... Delano xfOct, 31 . .. ...Porterville xwNov. 7 .. . . .. Monache x Nov. 14 .. Exeter x-fNov. 21 .. .... Western wHome Games xLeague Games ' 367 .. ,,v, 1-C,,,..,,,,,, H, , 4 d.mn Marv.,-.c.,, .,. Bw ' 1:11 1 ,1 A L 4 ie ' M as Ti X p A zo: :Zig Q 'af intl, r fr Q' 4,2 , iff! -as 05,19 fi Q- V f Anhs . 1 . .M ., FAX ,, V ax N I f AN. Ax. 'ff . HHN Xi 2 2 .Q f " N xr' 2 ' .1 J X M Jn, . w W 1 X, 1 or . rrr. A ,H Q . 4.1. i ,, .I.., ' 1 . no . 1 .-e. ,Q cf A a - f V as V W V,1RSl'l'Y FOOTHAIJ, 101 .Vf RED WKIN FUOTBALL M N , J 5 X , I I.. ,xi . Xt, , xx X , X K 4 -a ..- Head Coach William Edminster First Row: Scott Edwards, Mike Weemes, John Godinho, Rene Lemus, Charles Pope, Chris Mathenia, Mark Davis, Andy Rogers, Derek WhitHeld, not identiHed, Lamont Dailey. Second Row Tim Collier, Joey Mendoza, David Lane, Freddie Vasquez, Ray Miranda, Cory Jones, Eric Sierdsma, Robert Paez, Mike R man, Nolan Caudle, Tony Hernandez, Doug Geary. Third Row.' Coach William Edminster, Mike Whitfield, Steve Nagel, Brian Haley, David Clays, David Steverson, Brian Lampe, not identified, not identiHed, Coach Ben Jones. Fourth Row: TJ Baker, Rick Clark, Guillermo Jimenez, Tom Cox, Anthony Delgado, Jason Percival, Everett Knott, Joseph Goulart, Anthony Enos, Randy Blair. 102 Jv FOOTBALL Qfqgqgxpk FRU H RED TKT FUOTBALL This yearls Frosh Football team predicted to have a great season despite their size. This was because the team had a good combination of small and large players. The teams goal is to prepare players for junior varsity and varsity level football. It also gives game experience, helps develop good attitudes and teaches techniques. The players and coaches realized the potential was there and as the season unfolded, they were conHdent that with hard work and determination, things would go right. Members of this years Frosh Football team were.' tin alphabetical order! Ricardo Ancheta, Christopher Arends, Raymond Austerman, Ricardo Bautista, Christian Beck, Allan Blain, Richard Borges, Curtis Bradley, Ramon Carbajal, Johnny Castro, Vincente Cervantes, Shawn Cogan, John Costa, Frederick Costales, Jesse Crawford, Raul DeCampos, Michael Del,aRosa, John DeSousa, Matt Doherty, Clinton Dotson, Bradley Earp, Ray Flzbv, Dean Evans, Frank F'ernandes, Jared Fernandes, Jonathan Fernandes, Joel Flood, Ambrose Galaviz, Lonell Goodman, Kelly Goulart, Ayman Hamid, Delano Hendrix, Eric Herrera, Rob Hollingsworth, Buster Hunt. Andrew James, Roger Jenkins, Francisco Jimenez, Randy Jones, Tommy Jones, Raymond Juan, Jacky Lopez, Bobby Machado, Danny Macias, Don Martin, David Martinez, lWatt McDonald, Clint McPhetridge, William Murphy, Narcisco Navarro, Jason Nunes Brett Oliver, Ricky Oliver, David Partaker, 'l Steve Patterson, Michael Peer, Greg Recendez, Marcus Robles, Brian Rznas ic ac 1 eiro, Revnaldo Serrano, Rai Sra, Chad Suggs, Jimmie Sunderland, David Terrel, Carv Thrasher, Albert Verastegui, Patrick hittield, Clevell Wilkerson, Allan Yr ungsma, Chris Zachary, sad! ffl ,h X 1 I j E- Fnosu Foo7'BA1,1, 10:1 eb jf LLU2?:' 336 , swf O ff Q A .l14 1986-87 VAR ,Wt 1. , TY PEP QUAD This years Varsity Pepsquad was very energetic and full of school spirit. They made the student body and faculty feel a part of the rallies and games. The Pepsquad Went to camp during the summer in Santa Cruz and came back with lots of awards. Thanks for doing a great job! viii 'x xx X 4+ X . 2' s F39 L, ia ,my 4. '- ',-f'ffPn .'. - ,V , xl, it Q ' 4. i -,-A - Q ly A' '-11l"l,fflQ-icy QE. X 1, ' nr ,gf Lv - 3, . 'fi x y ' 3515, 'Milf f"g'p'JfQ41 7, ff .gk ' 3 ,'7'35Nfi'J , , Q R -inf g - 'I , ja,-.39-r, "'Jf'.fT'q + vfQ Q 4 w ak" 5 f 3 w fifirff-T X K. , - '1 1 ' rf X '- xx Y X K x Xxx aww Y' Q, , M... "UI, i -1 W' We ended our tough practice season with a record of 2 and 4. We have Won the league championship for the last eight years. Our eight year league record is eigh ty-one wins and one loss. We are striving for another perfect league season of 10 and 0, and We are off to a good start. We have been one of the top teams in the valley for the past eight years and Working toward being one of the top teams again. Coach Sharon Smith. 1 06 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL VARSITY 1. Antoinette Chavez in action. 2. Debl VanderWall serves up a storm. 3. Alice Thurman, Samantha Stevens, Elaine Holgiun, Rocky Yturralde, Tiffani Cardoza, and Peggy Pehl. 4. Elaine Holgiun. VULLE YBA LL Coach Sharon Smith 2. Varsity team members are Tiftani Cardoza, 'ce Thurman, Paige Ellis, Lillie Felemi, Kristen Dutto, Elaine lguin, Antoinette Chavez, Rocky Yturralde, Dehhy VanderWa1l, rhawna WhitHeld, Samantha Stevens, Stephanie Melugin, and Egy Pehl. -+ VA RSI TY VOLLE' YBA LL 107 1986-8 JV PEP QUAD Top .' Kandy Kachadoorian First Row L-R: Kim Elwood, Rhonda Parr. Second Row L-R: Leann Keys, Michelle Hileman Bottom : Susan Maxiqeld 108 J. V PEPSQUAD There was a new addition to the pepsquad this year. The newly formed JV squad was made up of only sophomores. Their job was to help cheer at the J.V and freshman football games and to assist the Varsity Pepsquad in cheering at all the other sports. The hard work and long practices really paid offl because they did a great job! if PY i: .1 in ' 3 53 3-,asgsee ' f - A V .H . N . 2 ff 1 'viii -W ' 4 H1514 Q ,F -V45 img ' , , N . , K -2 ,H '- A W2 ' Y ,- - V- '- fq -'Y "2-'x ,f Ji Q' , , f 'W' '-N W: ' ,f 1 w e Nafiflxflg -"N A ,g13jiF"F'EfQ , Q - , ' M 'V '7'Qf+ ns! 935.-L gmfww , H, ., R H 11115 ig EQ f f' l'EI'SQli-112 mn J unior Var it Volleyball vm' 1 Team members Watch Tammy Horn hit the hall 2 Tracy Beck ready to help teammate Danielle Nepplle. 3. Junior Varsity team members are Jolynn Souza Chri Van Hooser, Rebecca Ruiz, Vicky White, Jennifer Amon, Felicia Crisp, Suzanna Art Danielle Nepple, Tamara Horn, Gnelle Sparks, Tracy Beck, Diana Mendonca, and Michelle Baldwin. Not Pictured Tanya Cisneros. E 3 f I . Jennifer Amon and Christie' Vim Hooser 2. Michelle Baldwin 3. Diana Mendonca J. V. VOLLEYHA LL 111 19 6-1987 VAI lgwgiflwf +, 1 1. Coach Shanley giving last minute instructions. 2. What muscle power, Darren Dutlof 3. Darren Anderson looking for a Clear Hr ' .,,,,,,,,,.,. l shot to the goal. 112 VARSITY WATER POLO 'l'op How: Donnie Ctibor, Brian Cheeseborough, Darren Anderson, David Hodge, Marcelo Pires. Middle Row: Jimmy Hrockhoiise, Shane Brott, Greg Shanley. Bottom Row: Joey Noronlla, Darre Dutto . UTY WATER PO 0 The 1986 season was a building year for ,e TUHS. Varsity Water Polo team. Of e seven starters, only two started on the rsity team during the 1.985 season. The hm improved in many Ways this year, 't the most important improvement was arning to play as a team. This yearls team leaders were Darren itto and David Hodge. The Starters Were, arren Dutto, David Hodge, Darren iderson, Shane Brott, Joey Noronha, 'eg Shanley, and Brian Cheeseborough. 1. David Hodge, ready lor a shot. 2. l got it! I got it.' ?. Pick me, Coach Shanley, pick me! 4. Heres the Slay . , . 11 Q, emi A .QW ,' . ' ..... ,H ' ff 'V , My f , .. Wg. A. VARSITY WATER POLO 113 . V. WATERPULO A i- This is the Hrst time in several years , ,::,, X T T Atbri Q 1. Q,,,,. " :" ' L .l that TUHS has had a JV Waterpolo team. I M f Everyone on the team is new to the sport so it has been a learning experience for the entire team. With the experience they are getting, the team should do very Well in league next year. The JV team leaders Were Doug DeMuth, Kevin Anderson, Tracy Tolbert and Garrett Hill. 07? M wg ff , 4 S Hurry, tl1ey're going to catch youll! :.-...L Q as 'lg "-:Egg Top Row: Tracy Tolbert, Garrett Philpot, Tyson Tolbert. Middle Row: Brent Chamberlain, 1, Charles Cosyns, . Robert Kloclc, David Cisneros. Kevin Anderson, Doug Domg what they do best' DeMuth. Q M bww et new X ww Ox uffkl KSQQQKY ik MM 114 Jv WATERPOL0 I Max Guardiola takes the lead. Michelle Ifreitas way ahead of the competition. Margaret Cuardiola keeping the pace fast. Pia Christensen feeling the pain of a long run. CROSS COU TRY coach. hard to be a success in Cross Country. Tulare Union was proud to have five qualiHers for the 1986 AA Uf USA Jr. Olympics National Championships in Cross Country. They competed at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California on December 6. The qualihers were Max Guardiola, Tom Arce, Margaret Guardiola, James Ingram and Shannon Coulter. The 1986 Cross Country season was a success as far as Tulare Union was concerned. T. U. Hnished 2nd in the EYL. to perennial power Porterville in both the Varsity and the FroshfSoph divisions. This was the highest finish in Coach Coelhois three years as head With only 3 seniors on this year's team, the future looks bright for TU. Cross Country. The 1986 team knew how to work hard and had the desire to improve. Without those two qualities it would be Varsity Boys' members were Max Guardiola, Moses Martinez, Jimmy Ross, Ray Reynolds, Tom Arce, Eric Holmberg, and Christian Holland. Varsity Girls' members were Margaret Guardiola, Gonzalez. Pia Christensen, and Michelle Freitas. The FroshfSoph Boys' team consisted of James Ingram, Robert Velasco, Juan Velasco, Shannon Coulter, David Coleman, Tony Caudle, Manuel Martinez and Jesus CROSS COUNTRY 115 1 9 8 6' 1 9 8 7 V A R S . I T Y S f . -' . T C Y , L E f This yearns Varsity Wrestling did a tremendous job under Hrst year coach Larry Shanley. The reason they did so well was due to the hard work and senior leadership they had. When the yearbook staff asked Coach Shanley if there were any outstanding Wrestlers on the team, he said, "John Tripp, Christian Holland and Otto Treadwellf' The team did well and had a chance to emerge as EYL champions. Good job guys! Congratulations on a championship season. 116 VARSITY WRESTLING Da te Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan, Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. hgh 5 10 11 13 16 18 19f20 9f10 13 20 29 4 11 14 21 Western Mt. Whitney Redwood Mt. Whitney Tournament Woodlalfe Hanford Arvin Rotational Tournament Clovis Tourney Monache Exeter Western Delano Porterville E YL Meet Divisional -4 eil' we " Na , X S., , ew .f i I, wa, vs... sr Jimmy Salyer getting taken down. Mario Duarte checking the score. "Sir can you please help me?" "Hey bud! Can you give me a lift?" "Come on guys, now stop lighting." Andrew Sullivan putting on a move, Team Photo, Back Row KL-RJ: Coach Larry Shanley, Rhonda Rogers, Andrea Tute, David Clays, Otto Treadwell, John Tripp, Lorenzo Hailey, Noel Cruz, Steve Revord, Christian Holland, Karyn Castor. Front Row: Andrew Sullivan, Jimmy Salyer, Don Tripp, Larry Salyer, Mario Duarte, Robert Pios, Jose Lopez. Christian Holland putting on the squeeze. VARSITY WRESTLING 117 C7 The 1986-87 Junior Varsity Wrestling Team: Top KL-Rl: Coach Greg Knight, Jeff Rockholt, Ray Austerman, Eric Holmherg, Jeff Billups, Jimmy Moore Jimmy Sunderland, not identified Bottom KL R2 Michael Ribeiro Michael DeLaRosa Sean Saltzman Li Sal Sanchez, James Vaughn, Steve Patterson. 1. Jimmy Sunderland preparing for the battle. 2. Union crowd supporting the Wrestling tournament. 3. The Junior Varsity Wrestling Team. 4. Michael DeLaRosa at the Tulare Western Tournament, 118 J. V. WRESTLING E' T if I.. if 'Q tremendous job, guys! NN 1-is 1- ieeee eeeeies J. 1. Calen Williams meeting his opponent. 2. Mr. Shanley coaching from the sidelines. 3. Tim Price showing his expert wrestling moves. This years J. Vf Wrestling Team had a very productive season under their coach Greg Knight. They did an outstanding job at the Monache and Western Frosh-Soph Tournaments. The long, hard work and practices really paid off for these guys. The team, on the whole, was very united and supportive. Thank you for doing a V. WRESTLING 119 Deo ."11:L 5: Dec. 9 Dec. 11 Dee. 12 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Deo. 27 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 8 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 27 Jan. 29 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 I,emooregi1 .ele , Reedleyf ..-e ... A Redwood I Golden West Tulare Western Tournament Hanford Mt. Whitney Monache I n vita tional Tourney Fresno High Porterville Monache Delano Exeter Western ' Porterville Monache Delano Exeter Western 120 VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 1. Antoinette Fhavez on the drive 9 3' 4. -. Lashawna Whitheld battles for the ball a ainst Western . . Stephanie Threadgrll concentrates on this ball Titlany Fardoza goes up for the block VARSITY BASKETBALL M a ' I's"of'12iffewo ,Q fo. .""ff,j,4j,, f . 13 o 1 , , 42,3-A2 I 'f ' 91029 I Top Row fleft to rightj: Samantha Stevens, Tiffany Cardoza, Kristen Dutto, Donna Jackson, Lashawna Whitfield, and Alice Thurman. Mid- dle Row fleft to rightj: Jenny , Brown, Kendall Moffet, Juanita Schweigman, and Paige Ellis. Bot- tom Row Ileft to rightj: Stephanie ' Threadgill and Sonia Nelson. l w l W I , With Senior stand-outs Tiffany Cardoza and Qu!-lungs Ponna Jackson leading the Way, this year's Lady 1, It looks good from hero, Redskins were counting on a promising year. 2, Kendall Mgffet going for a jump shot. llthough there were no other seniors, there were many talented juniors who contributed to the xperience level. The squad had a very rough road head of them but with their height and strength, hey planned to be the team to beat in the EYL 3. Donna Jackson at the free throw line. ' Q GIRL'S VARSITY BASKETBALL 121 xl , T L i . V Basketball T , .E .LL... Q X' we T - X f. -, ...,: sf. .. K if gf. M Mgr gg 121 T 5 ' ..m.-, 1 f - - ' x XQ,:Qxx.':I5 : 4 M... 1. Fans come in all sizes. ' 133 . 2. Corrina Ramirez doing her drop kick. xt all V 1 - - - - . , 5 .. ' ff? 4 J. Alison Swearmgen lets it fly high. ii ,,,, NN-6-My no,, 42 If X aio! , ,I In , V, an 'W ' . .W ,,,,. W ,,,,,, ' ,,,, I ,K E W Top row left to righ tg Rolanda WhitHeld, Tracy Coito, Lili Fe- lemi, Carolyn Gar- cia, Felicia Crisp, Traci Beck. Bottom rowg Danielle Nep- l pel, Corrina Ra- mirez, Susan Sa, Erica Vejar, Luana X I Thompson, Vicki White MXX ,XMXQ 'M.f72'x-NY Q B W if 1' 122 J. V. GIRLS BAsKE'1'HA1,1. Mdggf qw .f Dec. Dw Jan? alan. 'IFF' EFeb.7 F 2 :f', Reedley LLL1 Redwood L Golden West Handford L Mr. Whitney Fresno High' ioortetville I Monaclge. A Delano A1f1 fi ':1-A Exeter '-2ei' T Western . , .Potterville ll lllsfdhache Delano E :l'l Exeter ' 1 Q J.Vf GIRLS BAQKETBAIL 123 VARSITY ME 'S SHUUTERS Mr. Mendoza, is a teacher that has been Working here for 11 years. This is Coach Mendozals Hrst year coaching Varsity boys' basketball of the eleven years that he has been coaching. Coach Mendoza enjoys coaching the boys team. It takes dedication, determination, and a certain amount of athletic ability to become boys' Varsity basketball player. He and the team anticipated a great year due to their "height and quickness'1 stated coach Mendoza. Overall the team came in 2nd place in E. YL. 124 VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL - i , . . . ., gg qs. . f A S rroo . 1 . ' K 1 -S: :QS 5.3 -.j K . a J. Y 3 2? if7V"5f 1,.' . ' I gf-We-.img-0-1' .f . X ...A 3 . Q .gil A S K . ' if 2.33. S-'1.ff.mf9' -. - - - g- as ,. 9 .. X M- X v .pi 1. Coach Mendoza - . -.sh . xii. . f X bl ' I f i f xh J-'wi Jan, Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. ' ' Porterville Monache Delano Exeter Western Porterville Monache Delano Exeter Western Shaughnessy Playoffs VARSITY MENS SH DUT RS STR UT THEIR STUFF 0 W U-?Z2fQ 1: Yturralde tries to stop "Air Weeks". 2: Lampe over the top. 3: Martinls speciality. 4: Redskins on the rebound . , . GO GO GO 5: It's the Human Highlight. 6: Reederb got springs in his shoes. 7: Is it Micheal Jordan? A 2 7,,, ., VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL 125 HQ? This years freshman basketball team didn 't have a hard time f Working together from the start! From the beginning they already had the ability to Work as a team. Each of them have .V their own individual talents and when combined they show 2 remarkable achievement. at 5 'ni 1 XX W , .i k. . . , 5, ,E XX K QMS' N w S 1. Steve Santana takes his shot from the free throw line, 2. M 'lc . . ' ' dolwi cggjficker qt'afeg'CaHy plots his Way Left to right: Allan Blain, Steve Santana, Jared Fernandez, Kelley Goulart, Fred V ' Buster Hunt, Steve Hunt. 126 BOYS FRESHMEN BASKETBALL H OOTERS BEE :Www YW 'QW ,, 5? 5 as at Wti1iZf:Wtl,ti V- f, niiiiSii:Z'-fi? L ,Wi EV fiih-55?iEn'z' M7222:f'W3,,hf:fWfE14x5g The J. Vf boys basketball team had the drive and determination to play a true team. A great asset of the team was their ability to work hard to do their best all times. fht to left, top row: Steven Crase, Michael Pfeiffer, Greg Shanley, Dwane Odums, Brian Brock- V, Juan Jimenez, Bottom row: Paul Lampe, James Stallworth, Jody Graham, Landon Shaver, ke Weemes, Danny Santana. Feb. 20 Dwane Odums gets control over the jump hall. James Stallworth goes up for two points. BOYS J.V BASKETBALL 127 1986-1987 VARSITY SUCC' The Bench my Q X f ' x I' i Front Row: Ramon Espindola, Mitch Medeiros, Ku Vue, Arnold Espindola, Timmy Aguiar, Herman Villarreal, Ron McDonald, and Pat Mares. Back Row: Mike Lewis, Jon Dias, Victor Pimen tel, Steve Machado, Fernando Cazzoli, Todd Alherti, Mark Alonzo, Roger Hehelo, Stan Proheartdth, and Coach Fonseca. 128 Va rsity Soccer 2 e GO B G RED. Tulare Union ls Varsity Soccer team began their pre-season with some major victories over Woodlake I5-02, Strathmore K5-12, and Kingsburg K5-02. Despite the fact that less than half of the team were returning members, they did well against larger teams and showed that Tulare Union wasn't to be taken lightly. The team finished the season with a record of 5-1 -2, which gave them second place in the E. YL. and advanced them to the playoffs. The varsity soccer team truly showed Redskin pride! 1. Our loyal fans. 2. Jon Dias challenges for the ball. 3. Mike Lewis boots the ball up-Held. 4. Herman Villarreal in perfect form. 5. Steve Machado thinks he can fly. 6. Ron McDonald makes a beautiful pass. Varsity Soccer 129 1986-1987 Jumor Vars1ty Soccer The 1986-1987 J V Soccer team began the year with a slow pre-season start with a record of 2-6-1. The team Worked out many of their problems and began league play with a 3-1 victory over Monanche. The team had only four returning members, but with some hard Work the team really came together. They pulled together and defeated Porterville for the first time in 13 years. The J.V1's tool: Hrst place in the E. Y.L. with a record of 4-1 -3. 1. Coach Leal giving one of his famous pep-talks. 2. Vince Cervantes going for a goal. 3. Great game guys! Union 7 Porterville 3. 4. The coach really gets into the game. 7 unix. be K f QQ is 5 'T ,, ,X Q 3 f W 23, 1 ,pk We Hgffw 4 , M ,W 1 KW, 'ii , I ,, W ' - W F nw f M v K ag J was if L ' M., .nam W Swimming and Diving Splash :f 85 132 SWIMMINGXDIVING Girls The girl 's swimming and diving teams combined Were, Front Row, from left to right: Maureen Johnson, Joanne Dredge, Sydney Jennings, Dianna Cox, Kim Elwood, Kandy Kachadoorian, Shea Sayre, Rhonda Rogers, and Gloria Cervantes. Bac row, left to right: Kim Dutto, Michelle Freitas, Tessie Freitas, Sharlene Burnett, Jill Dredge, Judy Garvin, Karyn Castor, Rebecca Duvall, Kristen Dutto, Amy Martin, and Sandi Fisher. ivjawueunvnavvvv lhllhh 2 Wim? ina with Red and Gold Style! ' X AJ r to f ,Q 'A Fhe boys swimming and diving teams combined were,' front row, left to right: Joey Noronha, Darren Dutto. Second row, faft to right: Bobby Coleman, Ron Osborne, Chris Toscano, Brian Cheeseborough, Greg Shanley, Darren Anderson, and David Rachhard. Third row, left to right: Robert Denham, Mike Bravin, Kevin Anderson, David Cisneros, Chad Martin, Thad Cameron, Mike Ribeiro, Clint dotson, Bart Weichman, Steve Nasar, and Marcelo Pires. Back row, left to right: Robby Vlorris, Steve Noronha, Tyson Tolbert, Mike Morris, Tracy Tolbert, Fernando Cazzoli, David Hodge, and Kevin Philpot. .iw .- f . QS ' ' . 'W 8 ' ' ' ' , 7 V-: . nf . '- K ' 4' ",.. aiqffl' This years swimming and diving teams were both enthusiastic and letermined. There was a surprisingly large turnout for both the boyls and girls swim teams. The swim teams were expected to well under the Coach Shanleyy dozmgp Nevenf lirection of Coach Larry Shanley and assistant Coach Chris Zeeb. The living team was also looking forward to a successful season with Coach Linda Young. SVVIMMINIUDI VING l3.'i VARSITY SOFTBALL The members of this year's team were fin alphabetical orderj: Staci Altaffer, Shelly Bilvado, Tiffani Cardoza, Antoinette Chavez, Elaine Holguin, Gwen Maschlfe, Tammy McCaslcill, Kendall Moffett, Jolyne Souza, Samantha Stevens, April Teeters, Stephanie Threadgill, Christy Van Hooser, and Rocky Yturralde. Their Coach was Gigi Cardoza. gf-jf' N146 134 VARSITY SOFTBALL Gigi Cardoza, a former Tulare Union student and avid sports participant, was this years coach. She took over this year with many returning players from last year's 2nd place EYL team. Tiffani Cardoza led the team with her strong skills into another successful season with the help of other powerful returning teammatesg Staci Altaffer, April Teeters, and Tammy McCaskill, all seniors. Although the team had a few downfalls in the beginning of the season, all of their hard work and practice made it a very successful season for the 1987 softball team. A W, 1. Lots of action takes place as one of our own slides into home. 2, Out or is she? Only the referee knows for sure. 3. Our catcher, always ready for action. 4. Not only do they get exercise but good friend- ships are also made on the team. vilyalirzlfi W1 . . JU OR VAR IT! as V , 0 ' r '-: ' . M 2 W swat? I A .T W 1 ,A I H I AAAV ,,,, Lzzvzail .... V V ' ' .. gg ...- VV if VVVKV A ' M K i K K w 5 QV F W ' Ji ' V' "'- . ,V L7 .- M 3 , ,, , wa,,.,..,wV ,, , V, faq H k V r,LL. . . Vx: ---- f A Va. ' T ff . . ' fra a 1 V V4 , V 2, ' ,,-5 " w a s X 2 EZ. if A .. ,,,. I . , 2 a , V . Bi ' 3 3 H if 2 V, 3 RZ, WV 1 f i f V VV 51 101.211 Z WV 3 5 3 5531 :Z 3 5 Q EYE 1 ,,.. . W Eg 5 Eg Si V ' " ' ' Q ai E. V 1 I E ,,,, , if 'S Q 4 , V f ' 1 2 W ' V " ""' ",,', . ' W Wifi, Q V 15,52 " h I F Q25 5: 5 I ' ,Z W , , if 5 tis Q , 225125 if , -Q E2 22 Vg it Q 1 f Q V f' Z 3 M , to 1 ,, -1 V .V V. ---1 V Sgt We T 5 V ,Q ay , -V ,. w-2 E' A " V V V Q. , 2 ,, f " A , ,,,, . -V w A , V .WV , V .,...... 2, E , ..... W ,, V. ,, ,,.. ,,,m,.. ,M E3 "" """ ' A , A gf? ff W A kkkkk N av? . ,, . V..- 136 JV SOFTBALL N . K, ,. -I X X civil-I usa 1 -5 1 . Michelle Baldwin runs in as Suzanna Artiega runs for a double in the background. 2. Jennifer Amon awaits the pitch. 3. Traci Beck ready to hunt. 4. Melissa Lopez pitches away as Stacy Sasser prepares to Held a hit. I The 1987 Junior Varsity Softball tea under new head coach, Mr. Randy Searcy, looked forward to a promising year. ln their preseason games they di exceptionally well for the young team they were. Defeating Roosevelt by a overwhelming score of 21-1 in the Hrs game and 9-8 in the second game pro they had the talent to go on to take tp EYL Championship. The twenty i member team was relatively young which assures future experience. LADY REDSKIN 4 Top to Bottom Left to Right: Billie Coffee, Stacy Sasser, Jennifer Amon, Michelle Parton, Michelle Baldwin, Becky Stewart, Gnell Sparks, Missy Souza, Mindy Rhyman, Corrina Ramirez, Kim Luiz, Susan Salinas, Mellisa Lopez, Suzanna Artiega, Megan McGowen, Traci Beck, Vicki White, Paula Miller, Laura Jensen, Erika Vejar, and on the side, Coach Randy Searcy. L 'LZL' K - ,ef-LLaL ' " K ff 2+ ffm' MQW, " gg, L L 5 L. 5LLuLayLagLYLLL-- - ' J - L .Ln LL L, ,LL ,,L.LaLL, L L .L L L .L .Lt S L . ' fl 'eli L N ,,,, loel S ",, "" V L L. L S ttttt L ,LLL J L LL X ilxxr L Jio L 1 .,., L ' - -5 Y A - ,,,, LIL faf5f3? 5' L llll l ' LL tttt LL Li L T ,,,, - ielx ,,,,r L L LL X L oii, Us E 2 '11 '71 'Q Q, fb fb L S we ioo up N, Q' U' LL he L to 5? 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Bot- tom Row: Coach Garrett, Kevin Espinola, Mike Lewis, Torn Story, Mark Alonzo, Sean Limone. r XQM ,,, 138 VARSITY BASEBALL ww ,wfwh , . ., t..-r. e S .V Vi . -.t. K "" - X K M-F' -- ----i A mmm A W Na A S ee-- -- -. .X A- . . . . . . " -. AAAAA A A ,... 1 --XX A ttttt . 7 . 1 1 . LLM' is YE -le: of' -5 -Te. 1: '5Ri.:4.:??1.5 V W-"A ffl 5953? fe, 1: in E1".:'sX..::.-'ef K -S'N'5X'1E'i :2L::i'R- A B xl: ' -- f A L, .Wm New Q. . , . .5 . .QI .. . R. .. X .Qi .. . e 1 .. . .,... - ,- -krr ..,kh we ww lxiwrxi . , , ,,,, 4, ,,, NNR agsrwfwm msgs-sf , -SE The Tulare Union Varsity Baseball team, last years Valley Championship runner-up, will try to become this years EYL Champions. The teamis toughest competitor is predicted to be the Hanford Bullpups from the EYL. This yearls main returning players are Adam Melton, who batted .315 and played Hrst base last year,' Mike Lewis, left Heldg Lorenzo Hailey, right fieldg Kevin Espinola, second baseg Derek Wortner, 4-2 last yearg and Frank Yturralde, 3-2. New to Varsity is Brett Miller, 7-0 pitching last year with the JV19, to help make a strong pitching staff and overall strong Varsity team. VARSITY BASEBALL 139 The Junior Varsity baseball team was full of determination and the team as a whole had a great attitude. The team was benehted by their good hitting, team hustling and especially by the excellent attitude within the combination. This provided the team with a good season. The players showed their excellent hitting and team leadership in the infield and speed in the outfield. Top row, left to right: Greg Lallas, Brian Costa, Mike Weems, Brian Brockway, Jerry Beair, Mike Rhyman, Mr. Steve Warren, Christopher Warren that boyj, Deven Tucker, Joe Ojeda, Danny Santana, Mitch Mederios, Tim Reveles, John Sa. Not pictured.' Juan Jimenez and Brian Lampe. OUT AT THE ... 'L ' L I Q E 5 s 5 1. John Sa takes a powerful swing. 2. Greg Lallas dares you to catch this one. 3. Joe Ojeda doesn 't let this ground- er get away. 4. "Heads Llp!" Jerry Beair, 140 JV BASEBALL N BALL PARK . r.. I :'f2,i.::l.ffC"-5il f U i lf I 3 3 5 Q xg l.A - ' 8 ' k.ref - HY A,l , E-W-M-ef 312312 1 V f ' K' def f 'rf A ff" lel A. ,,,' 5.515 , if? . gg I "1i. 'fh. . g y it' ' R fr A .4f4,2"S N ., mm M. hmm-A S x E." 1. In between innings. 4-hm... , T , . nnnn . With strong effort and drive, the freshman baseball team played a good season. They had a great amount of pride and spirit in themselves and their game. This year, led by their coach Terry Langlie, the teams positive attitude and performance made them Winners in themselves as a team. Top row: Ra rrano en Ya: lencig, Da e c etrldge, Ramon Carabajal, Ambrose Galavis, Tim Collier, Ryan Miller, Tom Pasillas, Terry Langlie fcoachj. B Jimmy Aaron, Rudy Ramirez, Allan Blain, Eric Herrera, rvan- tes, Steve Santana, Narciso Na- varro, Jason Gilliland. BOYS FRESHMEN BASEBALL 141 2. Cheering from the dug out 3. Vince Cervantes watches it fly 4. Ryan Miller takes third base 11 Tricia Ribeiro returning a serve. 21 Chrissy Hanley racking up a few points. 32 Mark Arends showing off his back hand. N .. S, it E 2 ii Q. 3 S Q 33 F ? FL Q S gf 'Q NNIS TEA S 6:11243 , :slxx , -345.-rt-2. A '- "hiv: 1 111 og-Zn. ', -IQ: r. . f lx' '-'1 I-: 'a -A' .j..'.N.f 44, '-.gg,l,- I .. 'I'-lp,-Q .4 -"li w . 1 ug-.ve 1. -- G:'4?'- f'Q.'Q1, fl ' 1-fiapr . 9...-N: - -' -3-:gg , H . ,, f Coach Kaviani was Very optimistic about his 1987 tennis team. He and his team Worked hard to get ready for the stiff competitions. They started off with tough practices and mental preparation to carry them through the EYL season. Kaviani and his team helped to make 1987 a blue ribbon year for TUHS. 142 VARSITY TENNIS Team members this year were fin alphabetical orderj: Mark Arends, Kari Bei man, Kelli Beckman, Matt Bixler, Michael Canales, uel Duran, Chrissy Ha ley, Susan Lyons, Michael Madruga, Laura Maangrum, Dino ar e , Andi Pitma Tricia Ribeiro, Cheryl Smith, Garrett Trfivis, and Fred Vasquez. Their coach vw Darius Kaviani. W N is f 41 leii , y .,., f,Mf,,,,,g,'7 , ,M,..,,,,,,, I 4, M ' A ff" A Y fl ,W zu., f 7 ," - , ,M -gi ,,. ,,,, a ,, W M, , WW V , ,, A , ,, . , , et, -aww 7 1"-,, NW " 1 - Q ' 'W ' fmt W Q ,,,if7f,4. 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W, W, f w,,W,,,,t::,,, ,,,gy,,,g,y,ew,wf ,, ,,,, h.,,,,,, ,,,, ,,: , .,,, , V .U . .-1987 msmmw ......m .1 .,,, , 2 team members this year were fin alphabetical orderj: Nathan Albright, Hilary ba, Kristi Borum, Shannon Brown, X bie B u enkam Andy Burke, Bobby doniz, Doug DeMuth, John Dias, Jill Fletcher, Valerie Freitas, John Galbraith, rett Hill, Julie Jackson, Mary Jensen, Paul Lampe, Chad Lew, Maryanne Ma- ga, Matt McDonald, Delia en es, ' im Owens, Robert Paez, Mike Pfeiffer, Kevin es, Jeff Story, Mike Thomas, Marcy White, Ryan Williamson, and Kerrie Yama- zo. The coach was Mr. Rich Rankin, Date Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 24 26' 3 1 0 12 I 7 20 24 27 31 3 7 10 21 24 Opponent Redwood IScrimj Reedley Hanford Golden West Mt. Whitney Porterville Monache Exeter Western Delano Porterville Monache Exeter Western Delano 'I fn. 'u, ' JJ' I' ' a : 1:2 : . f . . .5i.5:..'v. . -5:55559 In g:.: n ':.:-1, 2:::5.g" -!:fi:: M::i:p1::g'i55 -. ':I ll ' ..:'. - . .,-, "-Pg-' . -...gut 0?-:T "". i '- .., 5.:!::!f' , 0 JV TENNIS 143 T ULARE U 'M iff' . X X "' 'f I? X at x sk nr 'J' WH- ,X wvj, X. 4? If I W if! :J i 121. -...ii . 'I Qi . gf 1 R .ff is 'xl f L ' 5651 -Q V I wWj',A This years Track team had a new head coach at the reins of the defending EYL track champions. Greg Knight took over the very demanding job as head coach of the Tulare Union Track Team. Coach Knight kept the traditional red and gold victory Hame waiving in the air as a championship season evolved. Front L- R, Ramon Leyba, Monte Felimi, Gene Campos, Middle, Roman Leyha, Mark Taylor, Michael Roberts, Todd Alberti, Ryan Benjamin, Derrek Richardson, Corey Shields, Terry Beair. Top, Mo- ses Martinez, Russell Hickey, Don Tripp, Steve Maestaz, Otto Tread- well, Dino Villareal, John Tripp, Jason Smith, Jody Graham, Jeff Rockholt, Michael Whitfield, Kenny Chapman, Richard Miranda, Scott Green, Ray Reynolds, Daniel Westbrook, Max Guardiola, Brian Novvlin, Eric Holmberg, Tom Arce. 144 BOYS VARSITY TRACK IO VAR ITY CnrqQw NQmmS ?S! N 1. Ryan Benjamin oil' to a good start. 2. Terry Beair triple jumping. 3. Michael Roberts leading the pack. 4. La Brennon Taylor Hnishing strong. 5. Team Bottom L-R, David Coleman, Steve Na- gel, Tony Caudle, Juan Velasco, Chris Avend, Greg Recendez, Lester Costa, Jesus Gonzales, Da- vid Odums, Shannon Coulter. Top: Roberto Ve- lasco, Don Tripp, Andrew James, Landon Shaver, Rene Lemas, Michael Thompson, Edward Die' hurt, Emanuel Harris, Mike Grigsby. 6. David Coleman doing an 880. 7. Jesus Gonzales in the Distance Medley. Date Mar 11 Redwood-Mt. Whitney Mar 14 Pioneer Relays Mar 19 Immanuel TWHS Mar 21 Golden West Invit. Mar 25 Porterville-Exeter Mar 28 Delano Kiwanis Apr 2 Exeter-Monache Apr 3 Fresno Bee Games Apr 4 Elks Relays Apr 8 Delano-Porterville Apr 14 San Joaquin Relays Apr 22 Monache-Delano Apr 24 Sanger Metric Apr 29 Western May 1 Redwood Invitational May 8 EYL May 15 Area-Central May 22 Valley Jun 5 State Jun 6 State TULARE U IO .V BOY'S RA T CK BOYS JV TRACK 145 J 'Y L. Mr. Knightls Hrst year teaching at T. U.HS was also his Hrst year as head track coach. He had high expectations for the team despite the few members. The girls that ran had many good experiences and performed to their best ability. The team had a very positive attitude and a go-go state of mind. 12 Stephanie Threadgill a step or two ahead. 21 Kimberly Beavers waits for the baton. Girl is Varsity Track Team. Lisa Johnson concentrating about her race. 52 Stephanie Melugin and Kendall Moffett enjoys the pleasure of stretching. 32 41 Members of this years team were Kin alphabetical orderj: Kim Beavers, DelHna Chavez, Pia Christen- sen, Tracy Coito, Celeste Coulter, Shannon Coulter, Felicia Crisp, Lili Felemi, Anyka Harris, llflichelle Hart, Donna Jackson, Tracey Johnson, Stephanie Melugin, Stacia Mendffza, Shannon Perryman, Jua- nita Schweigman, Stephanie Threadgill, Christina Villarreal, La Shawna Whitheld, and Kim Williams. , My 71 . ,,,f E 'V V -v, ,. to . sv ' , Q R? S S The 1987 version of the Redskin Golf Team Was a very young group of energetic, hardworking men. This was the Hrst time in many years that the team did not have Senior leaders - there did not have ANY seniors! Coach Oliver commented, "We will probably take a few tough turns this year, but We may be in it at the end. The guys know that We have to Work very hard the rest of the year to have a chance. " The starting top golfers were Anthony Delgado and Barry Vogt with everyone else about equally ranked. 5 919.52 , Q i4 T, IX Q. ff- , fb V .gdb X 4 A 1 sf A The golf team members are fin al- phabetical orderj: David Babb, Marc Davis, Anthony Delgado, Pat- rick Mares, Ron McDonald, Rick Perryman, Jason Percival, Barry Vogt, and Spencer White. The coach is Bob Oliver. VARSITY GOLF 147 F x - xg Q . sg f 1lx'dWO awp 9 ' V xxx' ., 1 , 5 xml' B ' lesiqx 'kwa 4 'Rf Y Rs. fi 'K' 'Q' f ,f K Q fx as .., nv! ., 's-3 P mf' Q Q 3 . ' X 5 Q X 1 H C -' E 'X -an 5 Nw 148 S STA M, T M- ww 4 ' H" 47 ZIWQQ, ARGUS STAFF 149 29 SEQ X nw s z 2 Q! ii M f f I, ,4 if ,, A..,, 59 352 255 5 I ,, Mi. - f -,I ,L :Q 2 3 S 5 2 w E 5 J ff 42 3? fi. Q 52 2 2 .Vi K if 1 H "'- , W ,H ,ff , iii, 5? 2 E I E H ,E , E - -fm" ws f 5 , A -: VM 'M ,W M32 :fm QW' jf, , Z, 4 , IJ E if iz W ,- Q W' MW 5 A . ""' 1 .. N 5 " A ..,, Ea E5 W , ' 50 JUNIOR SIGN-IN .J Qf .V Ay! 567 gf f 59 'CV nf ' .5 xp, w g, -i3,,.55-. 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Baker Jody Baldwin Renne Bales Tammy Barnes Beverly Barnett Paula Bates Jerry Beair Terry Beair Jennifer Bellamy Ryan Benjamin new mf eowimii Pegg f' af fm QWKSMXM' Julie Bettencourt Robert Bib y Sta ey Bish op Brian Blevins Sherrie Boggs Terrie Bohnstedt Julie Boston James Boyd Sean Bradley Jimmy Broclchouse Brett Brownw Jenni Miguel Barciaga lialaina Burge Theresa Caballero Gene Campos Lazardo Candeias Melissa Cannon Jeremy Cantrell John Cardoso Duane Cardoza Jim Cardoza Tiffany Carvalho Wendy Casey Anabelle Castaneda Phillip Castaneda Tracy Castaneda Kimberly Chabiel Michael Chambers JUNIORS 153 QAM 154 JUNIORS Dwayne Charles Antoinette Cha vez Daniel Cha vez Rick Cisneros Kim berl y Clairda y Amber Clark David Clays Jennifer Cloninger Carla Coffey Shawn Coito Bobby Coleman Angie Colvin Patricia Contreras Bobby Cordeniz Steven Correia Victor Cota Celia Covarrubias Bonnie Cox Bryan Cox Dianna Cox Staci Crafton Don Ctibor Paula Cunha Jack Cunningham V-M ev fm 'iam X I I x 23 fl? ...A E' Shim-. at Mike Cunningham Oliver Currie Patricia DaSilva Holly Da vis Marc Davis Anna DeA vila Mario DeLaCruz Marc DeCoito Anthony Delgado Melissa Despain Shannon Despain Betty Dessel John Dias Paul Dias Rosendo Diaz Theresa Dickerson Amy Doherty David Dorsey I vin Drew Mario Duarte Lori Dunagan Florentina Duran Manuel Duran R Tammera Durham Miles Ebarb Stacy Eckert Ronnie Egbert Randall Elkins Bridget Ellington Ramon Espindola Kevin Espinola Sherry Espinoza Kimberly Esposito Michael Faria Heather Feldt Allen Fischer Julie Flood Angelia Flowers Sandy Floyd Kerri Foster Kathy Frausto Tessie F reitas Elizabeth Garcia Michelle Garcia Judy Garvin t Jennifer Gibson David Giddens Jennifer Gilbert Charles Gist Jeff Godinho John Godinho Robby Godinho Lori-Anita Gonzales Rene Gonzales David Gosvener Dina Green Scott Green Cynthia Guerrero Melisa Guerrero Melanie Guevara ss.. 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NN SSE S1 f R W x 5 X sigh, Sash ls 4 Q as z Si'-:st A J gps as 4 A fx xt W S X K sf J if 'Sass John Gutierrez Lorenzo Hailey Brian Haley Kanda ce Hatzman Shannon Hedrick Darla Hefner Heidi Henderson Sandra Hendry Todd Heninger Sonya Herrera -'X Russell Hickey Robert Hickman Candida Hicks Aaron Higgins Shandonnah Hightower J l -- Larry Hill Robby Hill Pamela Hillmer Pamela Hodges Kumiko Hojo . as Sherri Hollingsworth Susy Hollis Eric Holmberg Kristi Hooper Vince Hooper F 'F Pa ul Howard Ginger Howell Sundae Huber Ken ny H uerta Kelli lacono it JUNIORS 157 158 JUNIORS Shane Idell Sean Interrante Brian Irvin Martina Jaramillo Christopher Jarrett Tom Jarrett Laurie Jenkins Tracie Johnson Beverly Jones Frankie Jones Kathleen Jones Tony Jorge Tammy Keenan Pearl Keith Everett Knott Sherry Knott Shawn Knox Lance Koeppe Tyrone Korenwinder Michael Kousky Kathleen Kyker Mark Kyle Dana Lack Michael Lakeman Greg Lallas Jay Lambert Brian Lampe Daina Lancaster James Lee Nathan Levan ,au gg , i as SX ' List 2 Q Y ' 2- 5 ' x -e QPFN Si ,Lf 5 a ID V' Y ,fees 1 . f x Mi QW 5 ' +4 E W! N sf S Ag if X5 f z' if S NS L H 5 Z -Q Q f fy 5 -' f:'1a.fafM,,- - K get tt .vi 1-N -S 'N w Dodie Lewis Erin Lewis Jaime Lopez Greg Lovett Tina Lummer Sandra Luna Michelle Lyons Deana Machado Mario Maciel Kerrin Maloy Patrick Mares Amy Martin Ryan Martin Moses Martinez Gwen Maschke Rosemary Mascorro Theresa Mascorro Connie Mate Matthew Mathias Elaine Mauricio Michael Mauricio Douglas MaXHeld Stephen Mazar Shannon McCoy Kasey McDowell Doris McFadden ,Iona McKay Gary McPhetrid ge Tina Mc Wells Stephanie Melugin Jorge Mendes Umberto Mendez Laura Mendonca Michelle Menezes Shiori Miki Angela Miller Scott Miller Herlinda Moran John Moreno Lisa Moreno Alex Morillo Robby Morris Casey Nave Don Nelson Sonia Nelson Denise Neve Gary Nielsen Joey Noronha Anne Nunes David Nunes Kimberly Nunes Joe Ojeda Tishia Oldham Tammie Parker Trinalana Parker Linda Partaker Tammy Pa trick Danette Payne Norma Pearson Manuel Pedro Terry' Peer Jerome Pereira Dawn Perryman Jon Petty Todd Pippenger Andrea Pitman Kevin Postma Karen Puder Marcia Pulvers Jetl' Purgason Ernie Quesada Tammy Quillin Debra Quinn Marv Quintanilla Elliot Quiroz Denise Reed Alex Reeder Tim Reveles Raymond Reynolds Joseph Ribeiro Suzanne Ribeiro Trivia Ribeiro Victoria Ricci James Richardson Minna Susanna Rita Mike Rivera Amy Roberts Mary Robertson ,Iohnelle Robinson Heather Robinson Fernanda Rocha Filomena Rocha Eric Roche Jeffery Rockholt Chris Rodgers John Rodriguez Shanna Romans Mireya Romero Debbie Rosa James Ross Shane Rushing Gary Ryals Mark Ryan John Sa Claudia Saavedra Leti Salas Olegario Salazar Rebecca Salazar Jimmy Salyer Patricia Sanchez Tamra Sandoval Celia Santana Manuel Santos Juanita Sch weigman 162 J UNI ORS David Scrams Bryan Searcy Adelaide Serpa Michelle Servadio Kary Setser W V 'ro 'lp--ay' Q4 fa? 5 X Tony Sevener Blake Shannon Steve Shott Annette Silva Darrin Simmons Leslene Simoes Timoth y Simonich Randy Sislc Angela Smith Deanne Smith Dusty Smith Jason Smith Robin Smith Stacey Smith Vance Smith Jennifer Soleno Luisa Soria Christina Soto Alex Sousa Brenda Souza Brooke Sparks Jennifer Sparks Bud Stanley Michelle Stanley Sheena Starling Jennifer Steele Dwane Stephens Lora Tann Douglas Taylor JI VNIOHS 163 Mark Taylor Renee Terry Jeff Thompson Michelle Thompson Billy Thrasher Alice Thurman Simcha Thurman Michelle Tillery Felicia Tillman Gala Tollison Garrett Travis Ra ymon Trevizo Jimmy Trimble Amy Tripp Devin Tucker Dennis Tudor' Leland Turner Teri Turner Marco Uranga Maria Valenzuela Michael Van Allen Freddy Vandylc Wendy Vanrossun James Vaughn Gerald Verzosa Bernard Villarreal Tou Vue Ray Waff John Wallace Pamela Wallace 164 J UNI ORS "GEN 1 Jeaneen Ward Leann Warren Rod Waterbury Pleasure Watkins Tim Watts Keri Wea th erford Robert Wea ver Stacy West Rickelle Whisenh unt Cin dy White Donna White Spencer White Michael Whitheld Scott Wilbourn Jani Wilhelm Sam Williams Jonathan Winter Gary Woodrow Brent Wright Carl Yarhery Eric York Pete Yribarren Carolann Zorn JUNIORS 165 iw: 2 f x -if 1: MWA. ixfyggf SOPHO ORE SI GN -IN a fig , 6.51 my 2151 ? 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X.. ,w a ' -""'f'r, X ,VWNS his Rhonda Ables Eric Adkins Mary Adkins Timmy Aguiar Samuel Alexander Gabriel Alonzo Kerry Alves Joey Amaral Connie Amaro Judy Amundson Phillip Anaya Anaelato Ancheta Deanna Andrade Beatrice Angulo Blanca Arevalo Jerry Arzola Susana Arzola Keri Austin Brian Avery Jose Avila Matthew Avila Frank Avina Maria Avitia Shawna Ayers William Ayers Susan Baez Michael Barker Frank Barone Candida Barrera Rafe Barrier Dena Bassett Kimberly Beavers Kelli Beckman Robbie Beltran Heather Bennett Bradley Bergman Andrew Bettencourt Michelle Bilvado Tammy Bippert Natalie Birdsong Matthew Bixler 168 SOPH OM ORES www Randy Blair Anna Borha Hilary Borha Juan Borqnez Kristi Bornm Jesse Briseno Brian Brockway Martin Brown Andy Burke Sharlene Burnett Stefanie Cain John Calderon Mike Canales Raymond Cantu Jim Fardoza Melinda Cardoza Rnbi Carrillo Diane Carvalho Candy Casalman Gina Casares Marqv Castaneda Tammy Castaneda Anthony Candle Nolan Candle Michael Chahiel Mark Chacon Kenny Chapman Tanya Cisneros Adam C'larlQ Bonnie Flark Erik f'lark Heather Flark Enlalia floelho Kevin Coelho Traqv floito Ryan Cook SOPHOMORI' S 169 Melissa Cordenez Gilbert Cortes Maria Cortez Brian Costa Pedro Costa George Cota Ray Cox Tom Cox Stephen Crase Sheryl Crouch Noel Cruz Jason Cullum Ethel Curtis William Cushing Lamont Daily Stacey Dailey Juliette DeCam pos Ruby DeLeon Robert Denhem Kristi Despain Russell Doerr Maureen Doherty Susie Dole Doug Doucette John Doyer Jill Dredge Evangelina Duarte Ca thy Duran Kimberly Dutto Gregory Duval La Wana Early An th on y Edwards De trona Edwards Jill Eliek Pa ul Elliott Paige Ellis Josie Ellison Kim Elwood John Enes Anthony Enos Angelica Espana Jason Estala 170 SOPHOMORES U!" 'X Q 5 . -- . f- tx sf- i . ge-1' Judy Estrada Steven Fabris Matthew Fagundes Johnny Fajardo Suzanna F eUo Andres Fernandez Gilbert Fernandez Jesus F igueroa 'llvler Finley Charlotte Fisher Tara Fitzpatrick Jill Fletcher Da Vid Flores Jesse Flores .Sylvia Frausto Jason Freitas Valerie F reitas Danny Gallagher John Garcia Robert Garcia Sergio Garcia Filiberto Garza Sandra Garza Doug Geary Danika Gilson Michelle Gimlin Stephanie Giotto Frank Gomez Kellie Gomez Anna Gonzales Jesus Gonzales Joe Goulart Steve Gowin Jody Graham Tonya Graham Guy Grayson SUPHUMORI' S 111 Rudy Grijalva James Grindstaff Heather Groves Alan Grube Max Guardiola Stacey Gunsolus Jeffrey Hamilton Jimmy Haney La trice Harris Jason Hart Bobby Hartman Melanie Hasbrook Ka thy Hawthorne Steven Hem bree Robert Henson Araceli Hernandez Benicia Hernandez Richard Hernandez Tony Hernandez Lizabeth Herrera Michelle Hileman Garrett Hill M1'chael Hill Mary Hodge Archie Hoffman Elaine Holguin Andrea Holscher Tamara Horn Nichelle Hunter Renee Hupp James Ingram William James Wendy Jaramillo Laura Jensen Guillermo Jimenez Juan Jimenez 171 SOPHOMORES Lisa Johnson Susanne Joncoaltz Cory Jones Jeremy Jones Deniee Junio Handy Kaehadoorian Alisa Kemmer Leann Keys Ferdinand Lacsina Derek Ladd Deedie Lamb Paul Lampe Peter Lampe Stephen Lampe David Lane Patrick Lang Ronnie Langley Dena Leal Socorro Legarda Rene Lemus Kelly Lewis Tracy Lewis Elizabeth Lima Haul Lizardo lfVilliam Lockard Melissa Lopez Teresa Lourenco Kari Ludvickson Kimberly Luiz Kate Lunde Michael Machado Mary Madruga C' had Martin Katherine Martin Teresa Martinez Fhristopher Mathenia Susan Maxlield William Nlaylierrj' A lan lVIaAvo f'l1uc'k Mc'C'askill Alesha Mvfwoy I I wen McCoy SOPHOAIORL S 11? Gary McDaniel Ronald McDonald Stefanie McEmoyl Susan McEmoyl Megan McGowen Paula Mclntosh Jason McWilliams Mitch Medeiros Lupe Melendez Delea Mendez Diana Mendonca Elvia Mendoza Joseph Mendoza Kirsten Mendoza Melissa Menezes Kellie Miller Olivia Minguela Ray Miranda Kendall Moffett Jana Monger Jeremy Monitz Aron Moreno Cla yanna Morrison Felicia Moskowitz Kim berl y Mosley Jeremy Mumford Joey Munoz Lisa Mun oz Lori Murrieta Lora Myers Stephen Nagel Damon Nelson Joann Nunes Yve Oakley Tino Ochoa Teddy Oden Dwayne Odums Nancy Ojeda Alice Oliveira Lori Oliver Kimberly Owens Jessica Pacheco 1 74 SOPHOMORES Saks-4 Jr Benito Padron Robert Paez Leann Parks Rhonda Parr Melanie Payne Jason Percival Anna-Maria Pereira Sammy Perez Noelle Perry Rick Perryman Michael Pfeiffer Kevin Philpot Gerald Philpott Jennifer Picanso Amber Pierce Victor Pimentel Mary Pinheiro Kevin Pires Michael Pitman Carlos Placido Denise Polk Alisa Poole Charles Pope Timothy Price Stacey Prince Donald Quequesah Fidel Quinonez Jeannie Quiroz Corrina Ramirez Rebecca Raney Leann Ready Anna Rebelo James Reese Marvellen Reese Christopher Renfro SOPHOMORES 1 75 Melissa Renfro Laura Renteria Luis Reveles Steven Revord Joey Reynolds Michael Rhyman Mindy Rh yman Derrick Richardson Stephanie Richison Ruby Rivera Joanne Roche Melanie Rodney Belinda Rodriguez A I fyyf , 1 Ralph Rodriguez Theresa Rodriguez Andrew Rodgers Jason Romans Corinna Romero Melanie Romero Da vid Ross Christopher Royer Andrea Ruiz Rebecca Ruiz Cynthia Rybnikar Susan Sa Ernesto Saldivar Andian Salgado Steven Saltzman Jessie Sanchez Danny Santana Olivia Santana Anthony Santos Brett Santos Elder Santos I 16' SOPHOMORES if W Y f f my W t J J. 'V' Q ,J 49 -as 1 1 fin' Q, M4 ,, , , ,,Vk f ,, mil" ,f wiv aww, , ' , ,, ,,,L ,4, , 5 ff V, " I, - ' iff f, ' if , David Savage Michael Schoenauer Damon Searcy Michael Shamburg Greg Shanley Landon Shaver Eric Sierdsma Gilbert Silva James Silva Michael Silva Amy Silveira Lino Silveira Ursula Sims Christopher Slaughter Tina Slusser Carrie Smith Carrie Smith Cheryl Smith Denice Smith James Smith Jennifer Smith Tony Soares Suzy Sousa Jolyne Souza Philhp Spraggins Hobie Stafford Stephanie Stephens Samantha Stevens David Steverson Rebecca Stiffler Kellie Stokes Tammy Stovall Andrew Sullivan Alison Swearingen Michelle Sylvester Sheri Tai Martha Tejeda Allan Terrel Yvette Terronez Kathy Thomas Michael Thomas Luana Thomason SOPHOMORES 171 Roger Thompson Stephanie Threadgill Christina Tinoco Tracy Tolbert Donald Tripp Jill Tripp Shawn Tucker Marsha Turner Connie Valencia Maria Valles Debby VanderWall Christie VanHooser Candeda Vargas Freddy Vasquez Monica Vasquez Mark Vejar Vanessa Vejar Roberto Velasco Oralia Velazaquez Christina Villarreal Herman Villarreal Barry Vogt Veronica Voss Ku Vue Faye Waggoner Doug Warren April Watters Calvin Weaver Mike Weemes Stephanie Whisenh unt Marcy White Derek WhitHeld Anna Wiechmann Charles Wilcox Paul Wiley Kevin Williams 1 78 SOPHOMORES Ve JU! 1. 9 T' .F 1' 'Q' 1 t if Q . 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X 5 - - 51 : I X an E J X eff A 'ag fi is a - 9 sf L in LL,L Ka. 'il Richard Borges Patrick Bradley Brandon Brockway Debbie Dane Boucher lllichael Hravin Renee Brown Bruggenkamp Curtis Bradley Nadine Hriseno Shannon Brown Cary Hurgess Stephanie Burleson April Burton Alelanie Byrd Patrick Cabrera YN 'tif' .Q John Calderon Michael Calderon Theresa Calvillo Chad Cameron Ramon Carbajal Kenny Cardoza as ww 'W' Sonia Carrillo lvlathew Cash Reherca Castaneda Cornelia Castillo Curtis Castor Johnny Castro V I I Vincente Cervantes Brent Chamberlain Cindy Chamberlain Tammy Charboneau Victor Chaves Rebecm Chavez as Tim Chavez Brian Cheeseborough David Cisneros Scott Clays Marisa Cloniger FRESHMEN 18.3 "'R"'? WW' Dugan Duncan Kristen Dutlo Rebecca Duval Jeffery Dysart John Early X '1 any 1 w 5- faq K' -M "'r" 7' Nllv Bradley Earp Christopher Edgeworth Lisa Eisner Elaine Ellington Carrie Elliott Rayland Elzy V' T .N S. fl 1 Lourdes Espana Arnoldo Espinrlola Gabriel Espindola Dean Evans Annette Fahris Danny Faria ...nv Frank Fernandes Jared Fernandes Todd Fernandes Nikki Fernandes George Ferrumpa u Miguel Figueroa Sf Joel Flood Cheryl Francis Michelle Freitas Ambrose Galaviz Francine Galaviz Johnny Galbraith .W xx qv wr .. X, sa Seeen 'W f f, ,,,, 'H k llixlf ie 4:55 5 :VV -Wm? ,Za in fig ,L 1 fl 19? 'll 2, Herminia Galindo Kimberly Garcia Roxanne Garcia Carolyn Garcia Marie Garcia Lina Garza Debra Garcia Rick Garcia Sberene Gibson FRESHMEN 185 . .se Stephen Gibson Jason Gilliland Michael Gimlin Andrea Goff Aaron Gomez Anna Goncalves ,G v . 3 Cyndi Gonzales Lucy Gonzalez Lonell Goodman Stephanie Gordon Kelly Goulart Brian Grable 186 FRESHMEN Q me rv. zv W. .. ,- ..f .. S' i - Q : r : 'bw 22 4 W f Q ,rri h . .ug L :w i ., :EF t Z as 5 . -, -,Q , -EE::::5' S 'E S X X 3 Q :F 4 Ns 5 Q RQ Y' we f t L 1- Mi' 1:39195 XT ug., Q David Graham Juanita Granados Don Green Sara Guardiola David Guerra Raymond Guerrero Jenny Gunsolus ,e7Anyka Harrify Penny Gunsolus Socorro Gutierrez Ayman Hamid Danny Harmon Etta Harmon Emanuel Harris Neievas Harris Reggie Harris Michelle Hart Traci Henderson Cory Hendrex Delano Hendrix Tina Henson arbara Her andez ric Herrer Stephanie rrick Lashawn Hilburn Dawn Hitt Debra Holder Adrian Holguin Gerald Hollingsworth Rob Hollingsworth 'ig 1 FT? ilu-ur' Tracey Hollis Trisha Holscher Cindy Horn Steven Hoskinson Graham Houck Mike Howard 1.1 X we a .X X N f L! ! 9 5 sk X X ww .- .P f.x 5: Cody Howell Steve Hunt Julie Jackson David Janeway Greg Hughan Christe! Hyles Stephanie Jackson Misty Jaramillo Buster Hunt Christy Hylton Andrew James Debra Jenkins Roger Jenkins Mary Jensen Francisco Jimenez was J' Joab Johnson Mauren Johnson Lamont Jones Randy Jones Tommy Jones Raymond Juan Q-Y. .rw- -we ,vw- Karlisle King Marquita King Robert Klock Malaika Knox Lacey Ladd Tami Larabee xv: John Leach Bret Leal Maricela Ledezma Ronnie Lemon Chad Lew Matthew Limon Thomas Linder Gregory Loboa Johnnie Lomeli Christine L pes Craig Lewis f'E1la Lope X FRESHMEN 181 gif Jacky Lopez Lashonda Lowe syviike Luci0Q' Mark Luttrell Bobby Machado Victoria Macias Marta Maldonado Carrie Manning Christina Marez Brenda Martin Donpreyel Martin Heather Martin 188 FRESHMEN . 3 .X .- 3 QNX XR? X A X sf N S, . i z. , W5 93 as 4-ws E X X K X 1' 4 5 David Martinez Jose Martinez Manuel Martinez Samuel Martinez Angela Mascorro Jodie Mathenia is.. ai is ww Adam McCasland Chuck McDaniel Matthew McDonald David McGriff Clint McPhetridge Da vi d M cPh e tridge -1'-f""'9r' so 5 'Nam Rosie Mendes Nivia Mendonca Daniel Mendoza Denise Mendoza Roman Mendoza Rosie Mendoza iii" .L F Arcadio Meraz Virginia Meraz Matthew Miller Paula lkliller Ryan Miller Fred Mills JN -- FH 'S UQ! 5 ,.... 4 ames Moore Denise Moren Lynetta Morning Heather Munger William Murphy Sheila Murrah Monica Nalbandian Narcisco Navarro Danielle Neppel Michelle Nordyke Steven Noronha Brian Nunes -0... Nm! 'M if b '1 2 A . el, , --.-14-1 J 1 id 5 PCN - Y Y Ta-,safe ' A 5'1" Nunes -.bg-xiN "N 1Xx.W'a-vrze Parsels Nunley 'P " y ive' GZQQN' David Partaker Oden AX ,- Jun Ontiveros " Michelle Parten Ojeda ' Alike Overaker Thomas Pasillas Oliveira Vicki Parker Steve Patterson Oli ver Jennifer Parrott 'I 'ammbv Pearson ,, , ! if, 'I' SZ in 'Q .ni e f ,.+' 1 " "XJ V an . i finale' , flew I V .gh X 7 , v- 1 V :zz ' 5' YZ if , ff' Y' ' Stephanie Pectol Brandy Perrymzm Gina Porter Freddie Quintero Kirl Rayburn Michael Peer Kimberly Perryman Steve Porter David Ramirez Maria Rebolo C'hris Peevy Shannon Perrvman David Pritchett fkRudy Ramireig Greg Recendez Peggy Pehl Tim Pittman Tanya Quillin lklichelle Ramos Danny lllacias Melissa Peoples Lula Pope Priscilla Perez Latasha Porchia FRESHIVIEN 189 Deana Reed Tenisha Reedom Lourdes Reveles Lisa Reynolds Michael Ribeiro Nichole Ribeiro ift. M ego ,N .- ei ivl ufijag :. QE? Michael Richardson Crissy Richmond Diana Rink Enrique Rivera Francisco Rivera Kevin Robertson 190 FRESHMEN Cindy Robinson Marcus Robles Zilda Rocha Heather Roclfholt Patricia Rodriguez Patricia A. Rodriguez awww Pa trick Rodriguez Bryan Rojas Qvnthia Romell Manuel Romero Charlie Ross Cindy Ross B GaI1V Ross Michelle Routh Kari Rowan Jefl' Rowland Rebecca Ruiz Raquel Rushing fl' C 2 as 'X of I 'sv YV N XVX 'K 0 ,XXI X LAEQWS rw x Michael Saiz Aff C-Sieve SHHKHHRXI? Arman Salem Ausa Salem Susan Salinas Larry Salyer Sal Sanchez , X Stacy Sassar Jerry Scheler Shannon Schnabel Eblw 55 9 Kgilver Serrano Sarah Servadio Jennifer Shaw Angela Sheets Sean Sheets Lori Sheperd ,O Emmanuel Shotwell Andy Silva Debbie Silva Diva Silveira Joey Simones Sherry Sisk xv ,au 1 S . K 1? X .t P My -'M 'N Krise Slaughenhaupt Stephani Sloan Em-Cee Smith Gina Smith Julie Smith Ka-Cee Smith S S 110' 'W-9' Kary Smith Denna Soetaert Lori Smith Denise Souza Nannette Smith Mark Souza Nathan Smith Missy Souza Odis Smith Gnell Sparks Ryan Smith Ra5Sra 133' wa' . J Bc ,..- Heather Starling Tabatha Stevens Becky Stewart Jeffery St011V Karen Stotts tyyit Hope Strand Jimmie Sunderland Latisha Tademy Kathrine Strawn Juanita Sustaita Robert Tai Brian Sullivan Harvey Swearingen David Tamariz FRESHMEN 191 ,MV vw , . , K Ei i T X F? Wi 'E x Q N su? is E - - 1 . 9 Q 1 , N SSA X gs SEQ F as 5 S XE K .4 as fi ' - r --LLLL 1 A J L as i Lebrennon Taylor Patricia Tejeda David Terrel Denise Thomas Michael Thomas Russell Thomas 'lv' Bart Thompson 'Da vid Thompson Cary Thrasher Marche-ll Threadgill Tyson Tolbert Christopher Tomlinson 192 FRESHMEN ..-Q., ov HQ John Torrez Teresa Trevino Vincent Trevizo Marsha Tutop Elizabeth Uranga Lisa Valadao Angie Valdez Iiulgen Valencia Rodney VanScyoc Celeste Vasquez Corina Vasquez Hilario Vasquez pi-1 V' A Q. Erica Vejar Lee Vue Juan Velasco Charlotte Waits Albert Verastegui Cindy Walker Melissa Vieria Brian Walter James Villarreal mngela Warwickxgf Jason Vink Jamal Washington Q X M1 'X cm ' Q 6 'U 1" ,gk , , fg have his Tammy Watts Christy Weaver Leslie Weemes Donald Whipkey Eric White Victoria White Patrick Whitfield Rolanda Whitlqeld Julie Wilborn Clevelle Wilkerson Shelby Wilkins Galen Williams sg?-.my 'uv' Gary Williams Ryan Williamson Bobby Wittman Julie Wladyka Tommy Woodrow Patrick Wright fab ,lv 7 Alice Yarberry Erika Yarbrough Erik York Brandi Young Alan Youngsma Chris Zachary FRESHMEN 193 1,54 .fx . 53 iw ' .Q My , M, W m.,5 n.mfL.5+44 ff We if 1.,,,.f45fT if E . ' 5 Fw DP if 5. U, Axmbci mf' A f 559+ 6,9 4? Rok Lseugsf-+"'Y r . A C1 f Y F Xf V, in A .S,kc'C"i. ,is-1-4' I I s X 5 fr 194 FAFUI TY ANDQEDMINISTRA TION 'Z--wg 5 9 ll B 9 -Sn Nw. Q1 Rwxgw . wi:-1.:Q.gN.Q,f:-Q. 5 -swf-:fix " kw:f1Xf:5' Vg-1'lff-91: .S if-N-saw 5: .. .Xxx-"-51-k Aki:-: . .. X Rs . - in Q S Qs s f is gf X KX wks g Q' S K ,H Q ,. L ,N ,+""1fXQ- sg.,-ff ,X pg , A Q Xkk: -fx' QP ,k , - if Q X. C3 wa- , QW? 5 J .W -X ' X . gf'w.'fN'5f:i,f" Nfl r - R, .-.1-. X w xx? -.ff ww RP Xiyf' .Q aiu.. vw! N -x .M K M Www x X . X Xiu X N. as V' . - Q X . . X X K .Q x - S . x Q Q - hx f . R 6 Q x Q w x f f K 4 ff Q . ISTRICT ADMI I TRA I0 NES MNWQMW DEE 196 ADMINISTRA TION M A K E NQQ SQHQSMNU l wicca Dr. Ned Kehrli has been in the district for 25 years. He began his career in Tulare as a Biology teacher at Tulare Union. He spent the next 14 years as Assistant Superintendent for Instruction. Dr. Kehrli is currently the Superintendent and has been for the last seven years. His hobbies are golrf listening to music and reading. Ron Coleman has been in this district for 29 years. He has been the Assistant Superintendent for the last seven years. He served as Compensatory Education Supervisor for Hve years previous to that. He was also Assistant Principal at Tulare Western for three years and Audio Visual Coordinator for three years. He began his career in Tulare as a teacher at Tulare Union in 1958. His hobby is restoring old cars and enjoys racing go carts. Z Mary Heist has been with this district for eleven years. Mrs. Heist has been in her current position Director of State and Federal Projects for seven y Prior to this, she was Assistant Principal at Tularj Union for four years. Before becoming an administrator, she taught two years in Colombia, South America and three years in Barcelona, Spaii K 3 E li E 2 5 .W .N Dr. Bill Pendleton has been Director of for two years. Before his move to the district office he was Principal at Tulare Union for nine years. D Pendleton received his MA. degree from Pepperdir and his PhD from USC. His hobbies are weight lifting and gardening. He was also a Counter Intelligence Agent while serving in the Army. rict Office Secretaries. Standing from left to right.' Sandy Anderson, Laurie Edminister, Claire Payne, Vivian ailton, Anita Wiechman, Leilani Sleep. Sitting from left to right: Angie Machado, Delores Machado, Savannah chinson. res Dunn has been in this district for three years. ure his move to the district otHce he was a undsman at Tulare Union. He is currently in his ind year as the Director of Transportation. Before 'ing to the district, he had many unusual jobs. 1 of these was as an elevator mechanic. He enjoys ing unusual pets and loves his Shar-pei, "wrinkle ag Anita Wiechman is one of the people who makes our district work. Mrs. Wiechman has been in this district since 1959. She started her career in Tulare as a cashier for five years. She then moved on to the district ofHce where she obtained her current position as Business Managers Secretary and Bookkeeper. Mrs. Wiechman enjoys traveling, dancing, crocheting and playing cards. She was very proud to be selected Grand Marshall of the Tulare Union Homecoming Parade. Those that Work with Mrs. Wiechman will miss her next year as she is retiring. ADMINISTRATION 197 C MPUS ADMINISTRAT O Greg DeMuth Principal Tom Yost Assistant Principal 31,67 Chloe Winston Assistant Principal Art Williams Assistant Principal ,saw f img iw: gn'- H A . Howard Berger Administrative In tern Howard Berger is one of the district's two administrative interns. His main duty is as Staff Development Coordinator for the district. Mr. Berger taught in the Social Studies Department at Tulare Union and was advisor for the Senior Class, Junior Class and Sophomore Class through the course of his years on staff Mr. Berger also teaches Psychology for C.O.S. 198 ADMINISTRA TION Carolyn Wagner Administrative In tern Carolyn Wagner is also an administrative intern for Tulare Joint Union High School District. Her main responsibility is as resource specialist in the ECIA program. Mrs. Wagner taught in the English department at Tulare Union, was TRIBE. advisor and Service League advisor. Mrs. Wagner is also an English instructor for C.O.S. Maxine Gruebele Principal is Secretary Billie King Switchboard Opera tor ,, ,V gr Nadine Aguayo Assistant Principal 's Secretary 1 Ross Gentry Leeni Mitchell Class Counselor Junior Class Counselor Richard Revheim Rick Lueras Psychologist Intern Counselor E J kt Q? Vern Longlee Sophomore Class Counselor l Virginia Jamison Counseling Secretary Mr. Ross Gen try has endured four years of The Class of 1.987 being the counselor for the class of 1987. He has walked us through our Freshman orientation, A ygiim paced us through our Sophomore and Junior years, and on June 10, 198Z will race with us to our graduation ceremonies. Through all the J bumped classes and bruised G.P.A.1s, hels managed to hold us together and encourage us to be the best that we can be. Mr. Gentry, thank you for your support. ff Bill Blythe Freshmen Class Counselor N S lyk! I Q Amy Costa Counseling Secretary ADMINISTRA TION 199 he A bright spot on Tulare Union 's campus this year was Mr. Norm Erickson, an exchange teacher from Canada. As a Fulbright Exchange Teacher, he and Herb Williams, a math teacher from Tulare Union, switched jobs for one year. Mr. Erickson left his job of six years at Camrose Composite High School to experience the American high school system. Mr. Erickson earned his degree at the University of Alberta in Canada. He majored in Mathematics and Physical Education and minored in Physics. He has taught for six years at the Camrose Composite High School. While at Tulare Union, he taught Intro Algebra, Algebra I, and Algebra IL You also could find him working out in the weight room during his prep period. Although Mr. Erickson did say that students in Canada are "more prepared for classl' than he found our students to be, he didn 't find many other differences between teaching at Tulare Union and teaching in Canada. However, some students did Hnd his grading system different from what most Tulare Union teachers used. He put more stress on exams than on daily homework but says that the only expectation he had for his students was for them to come to class and give it an honest effort. FOREIGN EXCHANGE TEACHER 201 GI ,I SI I 5 Linda Clark Jill Dudley Sally Dudley Charles Hanley Mary Haven Terry Heller Lewis Judith Machado Nancy Matz Nancy Sciacqua Stephen Usher Judith Machado graduated from Tulare Union High School in 1955 and returned to teach here after graduating from UC. Riverside IB.A.j and the University of Minnesota fMA.j. She has taught a total of 26 years with 23 of them here at Union. She teaches English HL English IV Honors, Humanities, English Literature and Satire as well as GA TE mini courses. Her hobbies include photography, book collecting, gardening and playing the violin. Miss Machadois parents are long-time residents of Tulare County. Her father is a retired farmer- trucker and her mother is a Tulare County native from a pioneer family. Her brother is in business in Los Angeles. Her message to the student of Tulare Union is "Find something meaningful to do with your life, prepare yourself thoroughly to do it and then devote yourself unreservedly to doing it Well." A 44252541 M J, 202 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT We WW' E- ,A X - Marilyn Mees Jim Mendoza Debra Neeley Beverly Neilson Cathy Rachforc Blue Ribbon Pane ,X Q V. , .. ..... V ...., - .,.., . . M A ... s .., A i S tn- MATHEMAT C Tom Adams Stephen Bootz Derryl Dum erm u th Q X Q K Norman Erickson Barbara Johnson Kathleen Landon s Richard Mees Richard Rank William Ny Steve Warren Donna Whitley Emma Booker Math Aide U ue Ribbon Panel Mr. Derryl A. Dumermuth has been teaching a total of 41 years with 25 years at Tulare Union. He graduated from Fayette High School in Fayette, Iowa. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Upper Iowa University and his Masters of Arts degree from Northern Arizona University. Mr. Dumermuth teaches CalculusfComputer Programming, TrigonometryfAnalytic Geometry and Algebra IL Mr. Dumermuth's family includes his Wife, Wanda, of 40 years, his son, John, the Pastor of the Methodist Church in Mariposa, California and a TUHS class of '68 graduate, his daughter, Deanna, a teacher of Special Education in San Jose and a TUHS class of '71 graduateg and the light of his life - granddaughter Rebecca, a Hrst grader at San Martin, California. His message to the students at Tulare Union is, "At the time I graduated from high school it was the custom for each class to choose a motto. I remember ours very Well. It was 'Nothing Great is Lightly Won,' and is as true today as it was 46 years ago. Anything worth doing, whether it be winning the Valley Championship in football or becoming an expert in Trigonometry, is Worth giving it your maximum effort. 'I ' 0 I N a n af' QQQ Qu 41 "va 608 96 Hg," 0 soy' 4900 UTQQQ NI1 hh . 0 -A 3' . U . Q9 V' 0 29 .11 fl . . g 0 . 0- . wg Fine and Industrial Arts Fine Arts Dave Hanrahan Bill Ingram Randy Searcy Industrial Arts Blue Ribbon Panel Blue Ribbon Panel Dave Hanrahan has been teaching here at Tulare Union H 15 years. He graduated from El Cerrito High School, El Cerrito, California. He went to Contra Costa College at San Pablo, California and C.S. U. Hayward z Hayward, California. He teaches Art Fundamentals, Drawing and Sketching, and Oil! Wa tercolor Pain ting here, Oil Pain ting for t Tulare Adult School, and Pain ti for the C.0.S. evening classes. H enjoys playing the guitar, quiltin working on the artwork he sells and entering in competitions ani being a "couch potato. " He is curren tly unmarried and has no children. His parents and sister! family live in the Bay Area of S. Francisco. Mr, Hanrahan has a message for the students here at Tulare Union - "Don't be limiter by other peoples expectations or your own expectations. Always include some part of the 'artsl in your life. As leisure time increasi in our future, the arts will be an important part of your life. " 1' Victor Groah Frank Ontiveros Mike Sterling Ken Walters Ken Walters has been teaching for 21 years, all of which have been here at Union. After graduating from Redwood High School in Visalia, he completed C,O.S. and graduated from Fresno State. He teaches beginningfadvanced auto, coaches frosh football, and is the pep squad advisor. He enjoys photography, dining out, cars, and traveling fBora Bora is his favorite spotj. He is married to Lynda Walters who is an English teacher here at Union. They have no children, but they do have two dogs and one cat. Mr. Walters, message to the students here at Tulare Union is, "Stay in school and get an education. " 'X zdlaza., 204 FINE AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENTS Science De artm ent Edminster Jim Goddard Greg Knight Yvonne Luiz 1 ue Ribbon Panel I ' l .rw Q Wallace King 1 ff: Susan Silva- Bonnie Welch Tread Well Richard Anderson has been teaching Hur 26 years, I8 of those years have been here at Union. He graduated from Spirit Lake High School and received his B.A. in X , Northern Iowa and his MA, in Colorado. He teaches Life Science, Anatomy, Physiology, and Drivers Training. He enjoys . r watching football, cutting firewood, golHng, X. X l I and fishing. He was married on June 9, 1957, to his Wife, Gerry, who teaches at Mulchay Jr. High School. He has three children: Kristy, 28, Sally, 27,' and Paul, 24. Mr. Andersons message to the students at Tulare Union is, "You can 't change the past, but you can ruin the present by worrying about the future. " O ef .I f O 0 . if K O-4 0 .X- SCIENCE DEPA R TM EN T 205 Foreign Language and P.E. Foreign Language Blue Ribbon Panel Luba Gallucci Paul Hernandez Charles Hutchings Nan MaxHeld Jacqueline Okada Patricia Pearce Paul Hernandez has been teaching for 21 years, 13 of those years have been here a Union. He graduated from Tulare Union, College of th Sequoias, San Francisco Sta University where he receive his diplomasg A.A., B.A., an M.A. respect1'vely. He teache Spanish I, II, IIL IV He enj camping and Hshing and ha been married to his wife, Naomi, for thirty years. He I a married daughter, two grandaughters, and a 20 year old son who is single. Mr. Hernandez,s message to the students of Tulare Union is, "Set attainable goals . . . ana go for them. " iff Physical Education Blue Ribbon Panel .., . 1-zz. -1-af A Robbie Carriger Jim Garrett Darius Kaviani Bob Bob Oliver has been teaching for nineteen years. 206 FOREIGN LANG UA GE AND P.E. DEPARTMENTS Seventeen here at Union. He graduated from Tulare Western, attended C.O.S. and graduated from C.S. U. Sacramento. He teaches Drivers Training and an evening P.E. class at C.O.S. His hobbies are golHng, collecting baseball hats and Watching people catch Hsh. His Wife is a dental assistant and office manager. She was a head cheerleader and homecoming queen when she attended Union. They have a daughter, Andrea and a son, . Mr. 0liver's message to students is, "Cherish your education. It's a key to a successful future. 1306 Mae' D Will? lgtyflml Special d and Agriculture Ed uca tion A ustin John Coppola Gillespie Janis Lehmann culture chard Boucher 1 , 1 . . VAI. .. L E X li x . X gift ss, is xx XX xi XX x Dave Caetano . . - , ,fi , V i -- ,,.. ,f f fuss X K K Q -if 1. ' f in .. iff - -:sf 1 - . " ,,,, ,,,, K ' ' f .. fl .f z' .feb 1' sa, 'S is iiffliz 3 35111: W r.. - rank Marinelli l N John Shahbazian Yvonne Enns Cheryl Warm . 2 zog - - "" . Max Corbett 'Q 8' Q. Q xi W Wd Bl ue-Ribbon Panel Bl ue-Ribbon Panel Z7 AXZJ Frank Austin has been teaching for 15 years, all here at Tulare Union. He graduated from Roosevelt High, Fresno City College, Fresno Pacific, and C,S.UF He teaches Special Education math and social studies. His hobbies are reading, sports, camping, and hiking. He is also active in churchwork at the First Southern Baptist Church. He and his wife, Debbie, have three sons: Matt, Luke, and Davy Joe. Mr. Austin 's message to the students is,"It may sound corny and trite, but stay in school and make the most of this opportunity. Former students of mine frequently visit me and tell me that they wish they had stayed in school instead of dropping out. By the time they learned the value of education, it was too late for them. U rw VJf,'XCl.1'Lh2 Richard Boucher has been teaching for 22 years, all here at Union. He graduated from Livingston High, Modesto Jr. CollegefA.A.1, and Cal Poly fB.S. and a Masters in Educationj. He teaches Ag equipment operator, Ag business: Calif crops, farm management, and Ag work experience. His hobbies are hunting, Hshing, boating, and camping. He and his Wife, Sally, have four children: Dane, Chris, Sandy, and Rich. Rich is married to Deanne and has one child, Adam. Mr. Bouchers message to the students is, "Education opens the door to many ways of life, The students at Tulare Union HS. can open these doors if they desire. The administration, teachers, and students at T. U.H.S. are the best found at any school in the state. The challenge is yours, open these doors and succeed in your Walk in life. " I 'F' 7 , 'K . SPECIAL EDUCATION a AG 207 SUCIAL STL DIE Noubar Ashjian J. T. Ellis David Heckelman John Jensen Del Jones Stephen Lawton Clint La 'L,' f I L "M :. f .,,. 1W?'E':::. 19 . ef , E whiff , - Q, fr Wg ,mw.....,f. . f,.z...5,W,-- 2 5 ink Kent McNatt Chester Nason Loyd Phillips Larry Shanley Dave Shelburne Michael Splivalo Linda Young. ,,2....,- Blue Ribbon Pan el ffgifq-. 'l'5x.Q', Mr. Stephen Lawton has been teaching ...D here at Tulare Union since 1977. He "'N Q. substituted in Santa Ynez Valley and 8 Ventura-Oxnard in 1974-1977. He also A . ' AQ?' 'y taught one year at the 8th grade level in P 'S Ja' Q Solvang in 1975-1976. He graduated from 1 Q! Santa Ynez Valley High School in 1968. xxl' He graduated from Californians Polytechnic State University, 'San Luis ,Zs.!!',,,,,:xX Obispo in 1Q72 with a in History Z-"f " ' ' "XXX and a B.A. in Political Science. He , Q teaches World History classes including :V f ' Q Q , Honors World History. I-Ie enjoys 'h lv traveling, stamp and coin collecting, and . watching and studying the old classic ll movies. He lives with his dog, Luther. '. l His parents live in Solvang along with his brother and sister-in-law and 3 , . children. Mr. Lawtonis message to the ' . students at Tulare Union is, "The students here at Tulare Union are full of I PRIDE for their school which makes If I I teaching here a positive experience. 1 5 4 ' Teaching can be rewarding with this 208 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT student body and the staff because of the friendly attitude of everyone. I consider myself lucky to be working with such a good group of people. I only wish there was less fog and more sunshine in those long winter months."' . 7, .N Lgefdfw ' GSS Kirchmeier Jerald Lindsay Voshall Cliff Wise me Economics Kim Frost Julie Shelburne 'ulie Shelburne has been teaching for years. Two of those years have been Valley High School and eight years at Iare Union. She graduated from Eter Union High School. She pleted C. O.S. Junior College and duated from Cal Poly, San Luis ispo. She teaches a survival class for -cial education, Creative Foods, and Your Own. She enjoys cooking, king for antiques, collecting cook wks and traveling, but with a new by, "I 've forgotten about hobbieslv She married to Mr. Dave Shelburne. They Ve a five month old baby boy named ew who has changed their lives npletely. Mrs. Shelburne's message to 2 students at Tulare Union is, "Tulare iion is a warm and friendly place to rk. Students are lucky to attend a zool with such a rich tradition. I uld like to see more students involved class and student activities. l' Business 62 Home Economics Blue Ribbon Panel Renee Miguel Ena Crase Typing Aid Blue Ribbon, Panel Max Voshall has been teaching for 27 years - 23 of those years have been here at Tulare Union. He went to Los Gatos High School and graduated from San Jose State College. He teaches Office Co-Op and BeginningfAdvanced Typing. He enjoys golf gardening and travel. His wife, Patsy, used to be a kindergarden teacher. His daughter, Suzy, is a graduate of TU.I-LS. and U1C.L.A., and is in the graduate program at U.S.C. His son, Mark, is also a graduate of T. U.HS. and has graduated from Chico State, he now works on the Chicago Board of Trade. Mr. Voshallis message to the students is, "Success is not a goal, only a pathway. High school is one step in that pathway. Make the best of it while you're in school and you will have a good start for a successful and rewarding life. " Vfffa-A926 BUSINESS AND HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTS 209 OUR GUIDI G FORCES Shirley Holguin Attendance Aide Tulare Union is fortunate to have such a well equipped and staffed library on its campus. ln addition to working with the Career Development center during Fresh- man Studies, students can be found getting copies of needed information, checking out books for research and replacing lost text books. Our library staff includes tfrom left to rightj: Betty Pence, Ann Steelman and Nancy Sisson. nny, I tttt V If f V iy' . ' ' X ., ' t + 2 f at A f ,:,.se ,V V' , f r-- 1 vvfv.- f 'A "'l"' . -, -,I 3 .. N , 'QW ff: g ,,f ,. 4' 1, ,,,A f ,,,, , W, fl LE, . ,,,, 5 5 . f 5,7 ,, H ' a "- 5 i" 2 ., y H i , if r r Q ',tt , A 'E I ' imlff "" ",tV 77757 ' T 5? .3 1 cllll 2 ittii r it r t il ,A M .,,,,,, F .... W , I l'i" fQ ii',' ' , I f Ray Baradat Ann Zachary The Attendance OfHce personnel are ffrom left to righ tj: Annette McMa DiF6Cl50I of Aff9I1d3I1C9 Career Development ters, Norma Hardwick, Celia Lane and Frank Coelho. Melanie Hitlin Nurse Y The people on this page offer their services to make school a better place to be. The library staff makes sure We have the resources we need to learn better, the attendance ofHce staff makes sure We are here so that We are able to be a part of what is happening, the nurse is here to help us When We are not feeling well or have health questions, and the great cafeteria staff is here to ake sure We Whsglfoo ' o r tumm s to quiet that by r bl gX1jh ar t Qfbachers. We kwa M fi ,if 3:,atg'fgy,i5fiC5y 02591 A ' if xffwvlli llt The Cafeteria staff is tfrom left to righ tl: Debra Rathjens, Wilma Smith, Anne Arnold, Dorothy Nichol. I back rowj, Marie Brown, Stephanie Torres, Lou Coleman, Virginia Kinder and Jesse Mendiola. ADVERTISING I ' 3 gf tlagl. lrazll Q-.-5h5t0- O KB 8 . K209j 686-6660 V, 'psf .T 12- J :fi ' f 39 S . T S Tulare, Ca. 93274 COLOR TV 8: STEREO WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL RA Y M BRAZIL SINCE 1934 MORRIS LEVIN 8: SUN HARDWARE EQUIPMENT 8: TUOL RENTALS EVERYTHING FOR CUNTRACTORS HUMEUWNERS T! mf P9 tire' SMALL ENGINES PARTS 81 SERVICE 3 686 8321 'md 1873 SOUTH K TULARE C' tom9m145m5 fB!"l4'58oLn sssf ik 411 IK gmt!! gala G 93274 120916385464 T .TJ TTTT'TIT.TETi'T'S and bu1ld.1ng matenals Q ff-1-Z uv? I 4' Complete Craft Canter - Since 1937 LA 6-S f X 'Z 1201 South K St Tulare so , I-I4 ' o . CD2 A Z. 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TULARE CA 93274 ROSE MARGARET R UIZ-DOHERTY ADMINISTRA TOR I 091 688- f209j - B US Y HANDS- BRILLIANT MINDS TY HOLSCHER 1395 SOUTH K STR OWNER TULARE CALIFORNIA 'l,f , i A, sl X :mf I , o a o I PHONE 12091 686 7444 ,S 7 2 1 1 16 688 6745 If 2 7 STURGEON Xa BECK INC CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1 98 7 TULARE S OLDEST NEW CAR DEALER BUICK OLDS PONTIAC GMC TRUCKS 350 SOUTH L STREET 686 2811 ADVERTISING Congratula 2510115 Class of 1987 BIG MIKE S VIDEO 1766 E TULARE 688 2172 "WHERE T ULARE SH OPS " I LOCATED IN TOWER SQUARE CUSTOM FEEDING-GRAIN STORAGE CJFSHANNONQ ozvs GFEED CLOT MARY NY 'Gag S rx A E 7 'hm "Travel-by all means" 25 S. Tower Square, Tulare, CA N274 - 1209! 651631 Fresno, Lnmoore, Merced, Santa Maria, Tulare, Vlsalla I' 24487 RD. 140 TULARE, OA 93274 PHONE 209-686-1622 0 THE CANDY SHOP 1295 CHERR Y A VENUE TULARE CA 93274 2 209-688-2413 .1210- 717 N MUONEY TULARE CA 93274 ERVING THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY SINCE 1935 "WHERE BETTER REALLY MATTERS" C . MECH AN BROTT DESIGNERS - CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL - INDUSTRIAL HEATING -VENTILATING - AIR CONDITIONING SHEET METAL - REFRIGERATION - PLUMBING High School Memories I have to leave this school in June The time is coming so fast and so soon. I ,ll miss all my friends I love so much I hope they will always keep in touch. I 'll keep this school and my friends in my heart And think about them every day while weme apart. Pm coming back to this place some day To remember the memories of my high school days. I 'll remember the days of fun and laughter And even the days that were full of disaster. But most of all I 71 remember the dreams that came true In all the days I spent at Tulare Union High School. Wh ere ar By Angie Harrison Aaron, Jimmy 9 141, 182 Abbott, Kasey 9 72, 73, 1821 Q?-'Y' MW Enaxzioi g'R+f,.,... 3 1 Aaron S? wifi ami, Amway 11 we he Ania, Diana 9 182 Timla, Gamck ll 5215? Avi H850 fag Www, Ables, Rhonda 10 168 K ., 295513 Adams, Jason 10 131 ' jf ix K ,Q T Adams, Jennifer 9 182 wmbh N55 V wgvggxsw as x Adams, Miami 9 182 A in ' 11 wx. QE +1 kiwi MM Adkins' Dew-"Y"e 12 Adkins, Eric 10 168 Adkins, Mary 10 168 Aguiar, Natalie 12 14, 80 Aguiar, Timmy 10 128, 168 Aguila, Juan 9 182 Aguilar, Pete 11 152 Aguilera, lsidro 11 152 Aguilera, Leonardo 9 182 Alberti, April 9 182 Alberti, Todd 11 100, 128, 144 Albright, Nathan 9 143, 182 Alexander, Adam 11 152 Alexander, Samuel 10 168 Alford, Katy 9 182 Allen, April .9 182 Allen, Kathy 12 14 Allen, Kelly 12 14 Lavonne 9 182 Patrick 11 124, 152 Tamika 11 152 John 11 152 Mark Jerry 152 9 103, 5 u ...afmxwwass Avitia Maria Avitia Roxanne 9 Avitia ergio 11 1 2218? Ayers S awna 10 8 Ayers W1 liam 10 214 58 76 77 Blain Blair Blevins Ble vins Blunt Lea Bonds Advisor: Mrs. Kathleen Landon Student Editor, Photographer: Dorothy Carr Business manager: Glenda Beltlower Copy editor, photographer: Michele Wagner Art editor: Mark Alonzo Sports editor: Danny Moreno Computer operator, photographer: Steve Machado Computer operator: Connie Mate Head photographer: Mario Maciel lFallj, Spencer White lSPfiHgl Photographers: Gwen Maschke, Shane Brott Go-fers: Blake Shannon, Mike Kousky Page layout: Mark Alonzo, Glenda Belflower, Stacey Bishop, Dorothy Carr, Claudia Chavez, Amber Clark, Shannon Despain Margo Hailey, Ginger Howell, Steve Machado, Gwen Maschke, Connie Mate, Danny Moreno, Michele Perry, Tamara R Blake Shannon, Deanne Smith, Wendy Smith, Saundra Swearingen, Michele Wagner, Spencer White amey, The ARGUS gives a special thanks to Mr. Kenny Walters for all the help he gave us in photography. e YO U?. :ww wg eron, Chad 9 72, 114, 132, 183 pos, Gene 11 100, 144, 153 es, Mike 10 142 169 eias, Lazardo 11 153 2,2 : n, Melissa 11 72, 153 Jeremy 11 153 lui, Elizabeth 12 17 QW u1Raymond 10 169 , rbajal, Ramon 9 103, 141, 183 5 deniz, Bobby 143 Cardoso, John 11 153 Doug 12 1 7 11 153 1 T i X o elmi, Susan 12 IZ 22 as gg r. 3 1 82 92 1 Borba Borba Kenny 9 183 Melinda 10 169 Tiifanl 42 45, 56, 62 72, 1 63 75 04 12 172 33, 90, 14 X. Jim 10 153, 169 - 06, 107, 8 3 2 ! 2 r 5 s : f 2 Q.: , if f f 1 1 1 3 S. is 5 E E 5 ristensen, Pia 18, 78, 79, 115, 146 isneros, David 9 72, I 1-1, 1.72, 153 isneros, Rick 11 154 isnems, Tanya 10 72, 132, 169 Iairday, Kimberly 11 85, 154 lark, Adam 10 72, 16.9 lark, Amber 11 148, 154 lark, Andrea 18 lark, Bonnie 10 169 lark, Erik 10 169 lark, Heather 10 16.9 lark, Rick 102 lays, David 11 102, 117, 154 lays, Scott 9 183 loniger, Marisa 9 183 lnninger, Jennifer 11 15-1 oble, Jenna 9 184 091110, Dina 9 184 oelhn, Eulalia 10 66, 169 oelho, Kevin 10 169 offey, Billie 9 137, 184 otfey, Carla 11 72, 154 ogan, Shawn 9 103, 184 vita, Shawn 11 154 vim, Tracy 10 59, 82, 122, 123, 146, 169 nker, Cindi 9 184 oleman, Bobby 11 133, 154 oleman, David 9 115, 184 Ullier, April 9 184 ollier, Tim 9 102, 141, 184 ollins, Eileen 12 18, 35 ,olvin, Angie 11 154 olvin, Michelle 12 18 fontreras, Marian 9 184 Tontreras, Patricia 11 154 ook, Brian 66 ,ook, Ryan 10 83, 169 oaper, Cassandra 12 18 orbo, Danielle 12 18 Urdeiro, Gina 9 184 ordenez, Melissa 10 170 ordeniz, Bobby 11 154 ordova, Lia 9 184 arreia, Manuel 12 15, 18 orreia, Steven 11 75, 154 ortes, Gilbert 10 170 ortez, Maria 10 170 ortez, Martina 12 18 osta, Amy-Marie 9 184 'osLa, Brian 10 140, 170 osta, John 9 103,'131, 184 osta, Lester 9 66, 184 osta, Mauuela 12 18 osta, Pedro 10 662 170 ostales, Frederick 9 103, 184 osyns, Charles 9 72, 114, 184 ata, Anabela 9 184 ata, George 10 170 ota, Victor 11 154 ,ou1ter, Celeste 146 oulter, Shannon 9 115, 146, 184 ,ovarrubias, Celia Il 154 ox, Bonnie 11 154 ox, Bryan 11 154 ox, Dianna 11 72, 132, 154 Cox, Ray 10 170 ox, Stacey 12 18 ox, Tom 10 102, 170 Crafton, Staci 11 154 Crass, Stephen 10 100, 127, 138, 170 Crawford, Jesse 9 103, 184 Creech, Stephanie 9 184 Crisp, Felicia 9 110, 122 123, 1462 184 Criswell, Ron 9 184 Crook, Lorrie 12 18, 34 Crouch, Sheryl 10 170 Crumb, Jennifer 9 184 Cruz, Diego 12 18 Cruz, Joe 9 184 Cruz, Noel 10 117, 170 Ctibor, Don 11 112 154 Cullum, Jason 10 170 Cullum, Lisa 9 184 Cunha, Fernando .9 184 Cunha, Paula 11 154 Cunha, Virginia 12 18 Cunningham, Jack 11 154 Cunningham, Mike 11 155 Cunningham, 'Todd 100 Currie, Oliver 11 155 Curry, Kelly 9 72, 184 Curtis, Ethel 10 72, 74, 170 Curtis, Maurice 12 18 Cushing, William 10 72, 170 Dailey, Lamont 74, 102 Dailey, Stacey 10 170 Daily, Lamont 10 170 Darling, Scott 9 184 Darst, 'Fudd 100 DaSilva, Patricia 72 Davis, Donald 12 18 Davis, Hully 11 155 Davis, Marc' 11 102, 147, 155 Davis, Alelanie 9 184 Davis, Tina 12 18, 132 Davis, Victnria 9 184 DeAvi1a, Anna 11 155 DeCampos, Brett 12 16, 19, 35 DeCampos, Juliette 10 75, 170 Delfampos, Raul 9 103, 184 DeCaito, Marc II 155 De-LaCruz, David 9 184 DeLaCruz, Mario 11 155 DeLaROSa, Michael 9 103, 118, 184 DeI.eon, Corine 76 l7eLeon, Ruby 10 76, 170 Delgadilln, Alfredo 9 184 Delgado, Anthony 11 102, 147, 155 Delgado, Cvnthia 9 184 1JeMuth, Doug 9 72, 83, 114, 143, 184 Denhem, Robert 10 133, 170 Dennis, James 9 184 UeSou5a, John 9 103, 184 Despain, Kristi 10 170 Despain, Melissa 11 155 Despain, Shannon 11 155 Dessel, Betty 11 155 Dias, Crystal 9 184 Dias, Doug 12 19 Dias, John 11 66, 72, 128, 129, 143, 155 Ditls, Nellie 12 19 Dias, Paula 12 19 Dias, Paul 11 155 Diaz, Rosendo 11 76, 155 Dickens, Marlo 9 184 Dickerson, Theresa 11 155 Diell, Cheryl 9 184 , Dillihunt, Edward 9 184 'f', , Dodson, Daniel 12 197 ' Doerr, Russell 10 170 f, Esposito, Kimberly 11 156 Hstala, Jason 10 170 Estrada, Judy 10 171 Estrada, Robert 12 19 Evans, Dean 9 103, 185 I , Fahris, Annette 9 185 Fzzbris, Sieven 10 171 Fagund6s,ffC11ery1 12 19 Higundes, Mzitihbw 10 171 I ' Fajardo, Johnny 10 171 Far-ia, Brian 12 19 Faris, Danny 9 185 Faria, Michael 11 156 Fedo, Suzanne 10 171 Feldt, Heather 11 94, 156 ,"' 1 F1-Iemi Lili 107 122 146 "if Felemi Monte I2 19, 1001 Fernandes, Frank 9 103, 185 Fernandes, Jared 9 103, 126, 185 Fernandes, Jonathan 9 103, 185 Fernandes, Nikki 9 185 Fernandeiqg 'Todd 9 56, 57 Fernandedjlffndres 10 171 , Fernandiz ,Gilbert 10 171 V Fernandez, Michelle 12 I9 Ferrumpau, George 9 185 Figueroa, Jesws 10 171 Figueroa, Lilia 12 19, 21, 45, 76 77 Figueroa, Mzjguel 9 185 Finley, 171 ,,,' Vf::,,, , I Fischer,.wA11ezj111 156 7 Fischer, Sandy 12 12 711 ,"' 138 Doherty, Amy 11 155 Doherty Matthew 9 103, 184 Doherty, Maureen 10 72, 75, 92, 170 Dole, SUSfE 10 72, 712 170 V Dominguez, Anna 9 , , Dominguez, 'Una 76 ff Dorsey David 11 155 I Dotson, Clint 9 103, 132, 184 Doucette, Doug 10 72 170 Douglass, Erika 12 12. 34 Dougfass, Tamara 9 72 76, 184 Doyen ,John 10 170 If ff , Dredgefffill 10 72, 75,' Dredge, Joanne 9 72, ' Drew, 'Ivin 11 155 ' Drotns, Janine 12 12 85 Duarte, Evangeline 10 170 Duarte, Mario 11 HZ 155 Dugan, Patrice 9 185 ' ,, Dunagan, Lori 11 155 '.V, 1 Duncan, Denise 12 '28 ,VVI 104 Fisher, Cbsriotte 10 72 171 Fitzpatrick, Tara 10 72, 171 Flemate, Brian 12 20 F1emming,fKe11y 12 20 Fletclzezg 511,10 72 143, 171 H Flood, 1106113 103, 1.95 F1ood,Ji111bi11 72 75, 156' ilt I Flores, David 10 171 Flores, Jesse I0 171 Flores, Leah 12 20, 34, 72 Flores, Linda 12 20, 80 Flowers, Aagelia 11 156 V Floyd, Sandy!! 156 ' Forrester, ,Chuck 12 20 J Foster, Brenda 12 20 Foster, Kerri ll 156 Fraga, Antionette 12 20 Francis, Cheryl 9 185 Frausto, Kathy 11 76, 77, 156 Frausto, Sylvia 10 171 Freitas, Jaiivn 10 131, 171 , ' Duncan, Lisa 9 75, 185 'f Duran, Cathy 10 170 Duran, Florentina 11 76, 155 Duran Manuel 11 72, 142, 155 V ur am, a ra 11 155 Dutto, Darren 12 19, 62 72, 112 113, , 132 Dutto, Kimberly 10 132 170 Dutto, Kristen 9 57, 72, 107, 121, 132, 135 Duval, Gregory 10 72, 83, 170 Duval, Rebecca 9 132, 185 Dysart, Jeffery 9 72 1857 Early, John 9 185 Early, Lswana 10 170 Earp, Bradley 9 103, 185 Ebarb, Miles 11 155 ' 1 Eckert, Stacy 11 155 ' 1 ii' , Edgeworth, Christopher'992 185 Edwards, Anthony 10 170 Edwards, Detrona 10 170 Edwards, Scott 102 Edwards, Tommie 12 16, 19, 33, 144 Egbert, Ronnie 11 155 f Eisner, Lisa 9 186 ,," Elick, Jill 10 170 f V Elkins, Randall 11 155 Ellington, Bridget 11 155 Ellington, Elaine 9 185 Elliott, Carrie 9 185 Elliott, Nicki 12 19, 72, 73 Elliott, Paul 10 170 Ellis, Paige 10 102 121, H170 Ellison, Josie 10 76, 170 1' Elwood, Kim 10 72, 108, ,132 170 Elzy, Rayland 9 103, 185 Emerson, Melissa 12 12 34, 75 Enes, John 10 170 Enos, Anthony 10 102,170 Espana, Angelica 10 170 f Espana, Lourdes 9 76, 185 , Espindola, Arnoldo 9 1282 185 Espindola, Gabriel 9 76, 185 Espindola, Ramon 11 128, 155 Espinola, Kevin 11 100, 1381 156 Espinoza, Sherrv 11 156 r Freitas, Michelle 9 115, 132 185 Freitas, Tessie 11 60, 61, 72 73, 156 Frei tas, Valerie 10 58, 59, 72, 73, 82, Galaviz, Ambrose 9 1032 141, '185 Galaviz, Francine 9 72, 73, 185 Galbraith, Johnny 9 143, 185 Galbraith, Wendi 12 20 Galindo, Herminia 9 185 Gallagher, Danny 10 171 Garcia, Carolyn 9 122, 185 Garcia, Debra 9 185 Garcia, Elizabeth 11 76, 156 Garcia, John 10 171 Garcia, Kimberly 9 185 Garcia, Marie 9 185 Garcia, Michelle 11 156 Garcia, Rick 9 185 Garcia, Robert 10 171 Garcia, Roxanne 9 185 Garcia, Sergio 10 171 Garvin. Judy 11 72 133, 156' Garza, Aiica 12 20 Garza, Dina 70 Garza, Filiberto 10 171 Garza, Link 9 185 Garza, Lupe 76 Garza, Sandra 10 171 Geary Christina 12 20 Geary, Doug 10 102, 171 Gibson, Grezvry 12 211 72 , Gzbsozgygggrnzfiar I1 156 185" Gibs011,'Sf49jg?lie11 9 72 186 5111? Giddens, David 11 156' Gilberg Jennifer 11 72, 156 Giliilsmi Jason 9 141, 186 Gilson, Gimlin, Daniira 10 171 Michael 9 186 ' 10 171 "', 1 l ffyg , ,," V V' , Giotto, 10 72 '92 171 Gish Chdrlks 11 138, 156 V Gist, Mark 12 ZQ 44 Godinho, Jel?'11 156 Godinho, John I1 102 156 Godinhu, Rabby 11 156 143, 171 110111 Andrea 9 186 Gomes, Toni 12 20, 35 Connex, Aaron 9 186 Gomez, Frank 10 171 Gomez, Kellie 10 74, 171 Goncalves, Anna SI 186 Gonzales, Anna IU 76, 171 Gonzales, Cvndi 9 186 Gonzales, Jesus 10 115, 171 Gonzales, Lori-Anifa I1 156 Gonzales, Rene 11 156 Gonzalez, Katherine 12 20, 34, 72 Gonzalez, Lucy 9 186 Goodman, Lonell 9 103, 186 ' Gordon, Stephanie 9 186 Gosvener, David 11 156 Goulnrt, Jae 10 102, 171 Goulart, Kelly 9 103, 126, 186 Gowin, James 12 20 Gowin, Steve 10171 , ' Grahle, Brian 9 186 ' ,,,, Grabowski, Brian 12 20, 45' Graham, David 9 185 Ilmham, Jody 10 100, 122 I71 llrahmn, Tonya 10 72, 73, 171 Granados, Juanita 9 186 Grayson, Guy 10 171 Green, Darrell 12 20, 33 Green, Dina 11 60, 61, 156 Green, Don 9 186 Green, Scott 11 74, 144, 156 Grigsby, Yvonne 12 20, 33 Gnjalva, Rudy 10 172 Grindstaff James 10 172 Grindstaftl Mernelda 12 20 Graves, Heather 10 172 ' Grube, Alan 10 172 ' Guardioln, Margaret 12 20, 80, 115 Guardiola, Max 10 115, 144, 172 Guardinla, Sara 9 186 Guerra, David 9 186 Guerrero, Cynthia 11 156' G!19!'1'6l'0,'A',f6ll1S8 11 156 Guerrerd, Raymond 9 186 Guevara, Melanie 11 156 Gunsolus, Jenny 9 186 Gunsolus, Penny 9 186 Gunsolus, Stacey 10 172 Gutierrez, John 11 157 Gutierrez, Socorro 9 186 Hailey, Lorenzo 11 100, 111 135, 157 Haiiey, Margo 12 21, 211' '14, 148 Hale. David 12 21 if "'f: I Haley, Bri8ri1I1'I02, 157 V ' V V' ' Hall, Dana 12 21, 33, 83 Hamid, Ayman 9 103, 131, 186 Hamilton, Jeffrey 10 172 Haney, Jimmy 10 722 172 ff Hanley, Christina 12 21, 142 Hanson, Trisha 12 21 Harmon, Danny 9 186 Harmon, Etta 9 186 Harris, Anyka 9 145, 186 Harris, Emanuel 9 186 Harris, Lattice 10 172 Harris, Neievzgs 9 72 186 Harris, H Harris, 412 21 Harrison,I'AH!'ie' 12 21 Hart, Jason'10 172 Han, Michelle 9 146 186 Hartman, Bobby 10 172 HBSDIOOLKJQQES 12 21 4 V ReKm?:186 Hasbmok, 10 172 ,ji 31852190121 11 157 ,,',' we Ha wnm,yx?yzg 112 21, 43, Hawtborne,i'K1itby 10 172 7 Hedrick Shannon 11 157 Hefner, Darla 11 157 Hembree, Steven 10 172 Henderson, Heidi 11 157 72 me g Hendrex, Hendrix, De11311a'910.Z 186 " Heudryg Sandra I1 157 Heninger, Tqdd 11 72, 83, 157 Henson, Robezt 10 172 Henson, 186 , 10 712, I 9 10 76, , 1-1'emandez,"QCIi14istH1a V80 ":', H Hernuldez,fRi1511ard 10 172 Hernandezffony 10 102, , f'l8'1'!B1'8,.El'l1Q9f10fL 141,186 '1", J 11 72 Herrera, 15157 11' 1 Herrick, Stephanie 9 186 ',VV'1 IV' ff Hickey Leroy 12 21, 34, Hickey Russel! 11 124, 157 Hickman, Robert 11 74, 157 ' 'X Hicks, amy 12 as, 21 David 9 187 Martina 11 Misty 9 187 Sandra 11 72 Jarrett Tom 75 1 Jefferson Robert 100 awlenkins Debra 9 Jenkins Laurie 11 72 73 15 1 Roger 9 103 187 Jennings Sydney 12 22 Jensen Laura 10 72 137 172 Jensen Mary 9 72 143 187 Hughan, Greg 9 187 86 Paul 11 157 Cody 9 187 Howell, Ginger 11 148, 157 Hubach, Marla 12 22, 35, B0 Huber, Sundae 11 157 Huerta, Kenny 11 75, 157 Johnson Tracie 9 1 Joncoaltz Suzanne 10 2 Jones Ben 102 1 7 94 115 Jones Beverly Jones Cory 10 Jones Frankie Jones J OHES or Tony Juan Ra ym ond Kach Kane, Keenan, Keith, Keith, Pearl Kemmer, Keys, Leann Killian, Jimenez Francisco 9 76 Jimenez Guillermo 10 76' Jimenez Juan 10 127 140 Johnson Joab 9 187 Johnson Lisa 10 173 Johnson Maureen 32 Jumo Denlce 10 11 Hunt, Buster 9 103, 126, 187 Hunt, Karrie 12 22, 54, 80 Hunt, Steve 9 126, 187 Hunter, Nichelle 10 172 Hupp, Renee 10 172 Hyles, Christel 9 187 Hylton, Christy 9 187 Hylton, Travis 12 22, 88, 100 Iacono, Kelli 11 157 Idell, Shane 11 100, 158 Ingram, James 10 115, 172 Interrante, Sean 11 158 Irvin, Brian 11 158 Irvin, Scott 72, 83 Jackson, Donna 12 121, 146 Jackson, Jonathan 12 22 34 Jackson, Julie 9 143, 187 Jackson, Marlin 12 22, 100 Jackson, Stephanie 9 187 James, Andrew 9 103, 187 James, Darby 12 22 King, Karlisle 9 King, Marquita I1 15 Jose 12 23, 7 Lopez, Melissa 10 137, 173 Lourenco, Teresa 10 173 Lovett, Greg 11 75, 159 Lowe, Lashonda 9 188 Lucas, Johnnie 12 23 Lucio, Mike 9 188 Ludvickson, Kari 10 173 Ludvickson, Wayne 12 23, 92 Luiz, Kimberly 10 137, 173 Lummer, 'Una 11 159 Luna, Sandra 11 159 Lunde, Kate 10 72, 73, 173 Y E Kitchen, Terri Klock, Robert 9 114 Knott, Everett 11 102, Knott, Sherry 11 158 Knox, Malaika 9 187 Knox, Shawn 11 158 , Koeppe, Lance 11 72, 158 Korenwinder, Tyrone 11 72, 158 Kousky, Michael 11 158 K yker, Kathleen 11 72, 158 Kyle, Mark 11 158 72, 104 Lack, Dana 11 158 Lacsina, Ferdinand 10 173 Ladd, Derek 10 173 Ladd, Lacey 9 187 Lakeman, Michael 11 158 Lallas, Greg 11 140, 158 Lamb, Deedie 10 173 Lambert, Jay 11 100, 158 Lampe, Brian 11 88, 102, 124, 140, 158 Lampe, Paul 10 45, 121 143, 173 Lampe, Peter 10 173 Lampe, Stephen 10 173 Lancaster, Daina 11 158 DA TE SUBJECT CLOTHES FEMALE: Lunch Macys Kelly LeBrock P.E. 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K-Mart Rob Lowe Chemistry JCPenny's Kirk Cameron Foreign Language Safarjians Michael J Fox Emilio Esteves 226 INDEX Lunder, Kelly 12 23, 35 Luttrell, Mark 9 188 Lyons, Michelle 11 159 Lyons, Susie 12 23, 142 Machado, Bobby 9 103, 131, 188 Machado, Deana 11 72, 159 Machado, Lionel 12 23, 31 Machado, Michael 10 23, 33, 45, 173 Machado, Steve 12 21, 23, 54, 8 128, 129, 148 Macias, Danny 9 103, 193 Macias, Victoria 9 188 Maciel, Mario 11 88, 159 Madala, Lisa 12 23, 33, 63 9, 92, Madruga, Mary 10 58 72, 82, 143, 173 Madruga, Michael 12 23, 142 Maestaz, Steve 12 23, 144 Maldonado, Marta 9 188 Maloy, Kerrin 11 72 159 Malta, Bernardo 12 23 Mangrum, Laura 12 23, 34, 45, 62, 63, 67, 75, 142 Manning Carrie 9 188 Mares, Patrick 11 128 147, 159 SITE Statue of Liberty Niagra Falls Disneyland Hollywood Grand Canyon Yosemite National Park Washington s Monument Sierra Mountains Mt. Rushmore Golden Gate Bridge 1 I ,914 . fi - .xl 31 la McKen , McPhetridge, McPhetridge, David 9 McPhetridge, Gary 11 McWells, Tina 11 159 McWilliams, Jason 10 174 Medcalli Paula 12 24 Medeims, Mitch 10 ss, 5, Mederos, Robin 12 Aidam 12 24 138 Melendez, Lupe 10 174 Melendez Marina 12 4 Melton, , Melugin, Stephanie 11 107, 146, 159 Mendes, Jorge 11 160 Mendes, Rosie 9 188 Mendez, Delea 10 58, 72, 143, 174 Mendez, Elidia 12 24 Mendez, Umberto 11 160 Mendonca, Diana 10 72, 110, 111, 174 Mendonca, Laura 11 160 Mendonca, Laurie 12 24, 66 1 159 V a 72,1321 5 PLA CE SPORT Hawaii Football Caribean Islands Swimming Australia Bggebg ll France Volleyball Switzerland Basketball England Tennis Italy Soccer Japan Track Germany Wrestling Ireland Golf 5. . .mi- endonca, Melinda 12 24, 72, I Latasha 9 189 Rockholt, Heather 9 72, 73, 190 ' Q se, 18.9, Mike 9 189 Porter, Gina 9189 R0ck1m1t, Jeff 11 45, 75, 118, 144, 162 , ehdonciii-Robby 12 24,7,1gi Ojeda, Nancy 10 174 Porter, Steve 9 189 Rodgers, Andfew 10 176 endoza, Daniel 9 188 ffi :ZK I .51 Oldham, Tishia 11 82, 83, 88, 160 iii 1 Postma, Kevin 11 161 Rodgers, Chris I 162 gndgzg, Denise 9 135 iiiz Oldham, Ty 12 25 A Price, Timothy 10 119, 175 Rodney, Melanfe 10 176 enduza, Elvis 10 76, 174 - Olivas, Karin 12 26, 45, 82 Prince, Stacey 10 175 Khkhx gggdffguez, Belinda 10 176 endoza, Joseph 10 102, 174, f7 j55fOliveira, Alice 10 174 I Khgll K Pritchett, David 9 189 kkkk::LV.1 X John, 11 162 endozai Ki,-Sty, 10 72, 174. iel , Amy 9 189 Proheartdth, Stanley 12 22 Patricia A. 9 190 endoza, Marcy 11 160 Michelle 12 25 Karen 11 72, 73, 161 PHtr1Cl8 9 190 endow, Roma., 9188 1 11 , ii Andrea - 44 w 11 Marcia 11 151 eeeef P81111 9 1911 1 '1r'. 1.- sf 11.- -- . . 77 111-.1 " P 1 12 28 - 1111110211 ROW 9 185 fzr 11, 1 ,11. 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