Umatilla High School - Viking Saga Yearbook (Umatilla, OR)
- Class of 1988
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Umatilla High School
Umatilla, Oregon 97882
Adviser: Mrs. Ward
Right- Students arriving at Umatilla High School saw the
trees trimmed to an extreme. The subject became hush-
hush throughout the school.
Left- Friends gossip and share secrets to each other
alter a day of football and volleyball practice.
Lower Left- New principal Mr. John Thomas is the inside
man on the job for the 1987-88 school year. He quietly
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confidential telephone conversation with someone
from the underground world.
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Sharing a private moment, Cheryl Richardson
sneaks a kiss to Brian Sheller.
Fortunately for the girls C-team, coaches Curt
Wheeler, and Charlie Shockley keep their
Mrs. Tracy sneaks some files and documents
over to the District Office.
Girls in and out find it hard to keep a secret.
to near .
There are surprise endings, strange dis-
appearances, and unexpected appear-
ances. Umatilla gains foreign students
while on campus friendships begin and
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Seeing is believing when Annette Hutsell, Janet
Potter, and Kevin Moore are brought into focus
from afar. Do you believe what you're seeing?
Camilla Andreassen and Jaime Mensa, the
new foreign exchange students left their
homes and came from far to near. Camilla
comes from Denmark, and Jaime's home is
Gina Dedrick peers through spy glasses to
bring the unseeable to viewing.
A home game-fans who come from near and
far, watch Rod Tarter stop Sherman County
short as the referee signals a dead ball.
Umatilla wins this season opener 12-6.
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Charlie L. Abbott
Jared R. Adams
Pat E. Barnes
Bonnie Sue Calkins
Kimberly Jane Clark
Kimberly Kae Dumond
Cruz Garcia Jr.
at Umatilla High School are
common, but not all rumors are
bad. Seniors Angela Tread-
well and Jeff Easton start out
the school year as the class couple, being
seen more often together than apart. Lori Cof-
fey left for Sweden during her Senior year on
the foreign exchange pro-
gram, and left her best friend
Traci Sunday behind. Not to
fear, Traci is having a good
time with friends like Chris
Stone and Holli Proctor to
keep her in high spirits.
joy a day in the sun.
Tim Patterson and Terry Mitch-
ell expressing their friendship.
Jim Schell and Bry Dunkle en-
of class is al-
have a friend along. Just ask Sen-
iors Cheryl Richardson and Bonnie
Calkins. It seems like they are al-
ways getting caughtl That may be
nothing compared to Jay Gibson
and Shayne Burres who sneak away
to the mountains instead of going to
school. Best friends, good times,
and being toether is what the Senior
class of 1988 is all about!
Duke Langley and Chris Stone show off their
Cami Andreassen wondering how she can
survive a year in America.
Brian Guy Gettman
Jay D. Gibson
Robert L. Holden ll
Fran Camille Hopkins
Kimberly Lynne McClannahan
Jonas E. Millan
Kim Michelle Millering
Geraldine Lee Muth
David F. Orr
Regina Francis Ostrander
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Were the picks of the senior class. Se-
lected by fellow clessma tes, the results
Vicki Dianne Parker
Tina Marie Prindle
Holli Marie Proctor
Cheryl Lynn Richardson
Paul A. Rodriguez
Robert Lynn Sargent
WJames L. Schell
'Christopher Paul Stone
,Traci Kathleen Sunday
Angela Rena Treadwell
Regina Kay Weber
Best Looking- Terry Mitchell and Kimberly
Clark. Most Likely to Succeed- Paul Ro-
driguez and Amy Nobles. Class Clowns-
Beth Hopkins and Bry Dunkle.
Most Spirited Tim Patterson and Holli
Proctor. Flirt and Wolf Cruz Garcia and
Bonnie Calkins. Most Athletic- Traci Sun-
day and Chris Stone.
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Another name for underclassmen?
Does it seem like no one listens
to you or shows any respect
since you are an underclassmen?
These questions and some com-
ments were answered. Do you re-
member those days, seniors?
Trina Olson, Junior, tells us what
its like to be an underclassmen.
"lt isn't that bad because we get
to do the same things as the sen-
Annette Hutsell, Sophomore,
tells us what it's like. "lt's not
Brooke Skoubo, Freshman, says
"it's no different, but everybody
picks on us sometimes."
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Above: Robert Sargent just received new tin-
sel and his grin shows the glitter.
Flight: Dawn Monroe, Larisa Wetterling are
chattin' tinsel for the next several months.
eeth in disguise
Almost every class finds some-
one with teeth wrapped in tinsel.
Braces, now thought as a curse,
unwrap to become a blessing.
Those who "grin and bare it" to-
daY Qain the million dollar Smile Below Jaime Moore shows the glitter
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I hate to give blood! l
was terrified, just Iy-
ing there hopeless
while my blood was
draining in the bag,
but l knew that by giv-
ing that pint, I was
saving four people's
lives. Afterwards was
the worst . . . getting
sick and having to be
wheeled out of the
bathroom in an or-
ange chair! lt was my
first time and maybe
Others didn't have
such a bad exper-
ience, Mrs. Ward
plans on being a gal-
lon donor in 1988.
Many students plan
on giving when they
are 17. For me it was
Cruz Garcia gives blood
without hestitation. To him
giving blood was no big
Jeff Easton and Angela
They went to the bank
to get her money, she
put the oar in reverse
instead of drive.
Angela- The same day
he bought her ring he
almost killed her when
they went baja'in.
J.T. Bieren and Cherie
J.T.- When we were horse-
back riding Cherie tell
off three times. She kept
getting back on then would
fall off again. I
Cherie- One day J.T. and I
got into an argument, I was
infuriated and I beat him
with "HIS" broom.
Donald Swart and Tonya
Donald- When she fell al-
and started to sucking her
Tonya- The time Donald
running on the ice and fell
flat on his back.
Jerry Ellzares and Leah
Jerry- When Leah tried to
a movie director at Multho-
Leah- Jerry somehow man-
slip and fall into the Uma-
River. I laughed so hardl
Unfortunately he got mad
smeared mud all over me.
Looking for a terrific adhesive? Glue has
stuck these couples together since the be-
ginning ofthe year. One couple addicted to
tacky glue, spent a day in l.S.S. Another su-
per-glued duo was separated only by a third
party solvent. Being glued together have
caused other problems often with home-
work, and parents occasionally soften the
adhesion if grades fall victim to "sticki-
ness". Couples pictured were asked to re-
late amusing incidents in their relationships.
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Hector Ortiz and Angela Olson Hector-When I let her
drive my car, she swerved to miss a car and almost
wiped out a bush. Angela-Once Hector bought me a
Iettermans jacket for a surprise and l found out.
Travis Turner and Jamie Moore Travis-I had gotten a dip
cone and we were sitting together. Jamie turned and
smashed it into my face. . .then she did it again! Jamie-
Travis wanted my peanut butter and jelly sandwich. ln-
stead of taking a bite, he smeared it all over my face.
people and good times are a
part of being in high school. Incidents
happen such as a freshman girl who
totally destroyed the window to the
entry of the gym. She claims it was an
accident, ya right!
A sophomore boy got a warning in
Hermiston for mooning a passing car
while he was with a few friends. A ju-
nior boy and some of his friends went
out for some batting practice. He
swung the bat and hit a box, which
caused the bat to pop up and nail him
in the mouth.
A senior girl partied in Walla Walla
with a friend, but left no details. She
only said, "lt was the craziest night of
my life!" High school is good friends
and fast times!
Sabrina Richer 89 Trish Robinson-90 Natalia Sanguino 91 Ryan Savage 90 William Schappert 90
Mike Schell 90 Chris Schneider-91 Justin Schneider 89 Angie Scott 91 Judy Seufert 89
Jim Shaw-91 Brian Sheller-89 Brook Skoubo-91 Heidi Skoubo-90 Shannon Skoubo-89
Stephanie Story-90 Sean Sunday -91 Doug Surber-91 Bill Surber-89 Tom Surber -89
Donald Swart-89 Melanie Tarler-91 Rod Tarter-89 John Thomas-91 Michelle Thomas-90
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Left - Wendi Proctor, Abraham Ortiz, Jeff Easton, Jamie
Viesca, and Scott Linnell trying to figure out 2 plus 2. , Q,
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Mrs. Kodama making history
Time and time again you may find several people catching a
few Z's in class. Just look in Mr. V., Mrs. Kodama's, or any
other classroom while they are showing a filmstrip or movie.
One of the classic sleepers is Scott Linnell, he just doesn't
seem to get enough! The only logical explanation for this is,
maybe late night movies, after hours road jams, and ofcourse
smooohing with your sweetie. lf we do this on the week
nights, just imagine what happens on the week-ends! Now we
know why there is so much rest in the classroom.
Junior Mary Colpitts asleep dreaming about
Junior Guy Parke lounging around.
Freshman Loren Pursifull asleep on the job.
are not only kept by studentsg
teachers have a few of their own.
For instance, when Coach Dale,
Mr. Wheeler, and a friend from
Montana went to an Idaho Van-
dals game and Coach Dale slept
through the entire game in the
back seat of the car. Coach Dale
said: "Kibbie Dome, inside or
out?" Only he knows!
Mr. Wheeler gave Coaches
Shockley and Byrd a shower in
the sprinklers while driving V's
truck at a staff picnic.
Finally, the time Miss Gagen,
Mr. Carnes, and Mr. Saliby went
to lunch at Skipper's and Mr. Sa-
liby used the women's restroom
without noticing or hesitating. Mr.
Saliby . . . what a guy!
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quist, and Bev Wonderly are our happy cooks
who feed us daily,
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Bill Dale - Coach
Steven Carnes - Math
George Chianolun - Maintenance Supervisor
Carl Collyer - Custodian
Lee Diedrich - Education Resource Center
Victor Dolezal - Communication!Foreign Language
Patti Elder - Aide
Frank Fry - Counselor
Judy Follett - Custodian
Keith Follett - Custodian
Nancy Gagen - Business Education
Susan Kodama - Social Science
Mark Manning - Art!Photography
Jack Mclntosh - Mechanics!Metals
Rich McNally - Grounds
Alan Mushen - Social Science
David Peske - Math!Computers
Ann Robinson - Library
Cip Rodriquez - Maintenance
Randy Saliby - PE!Health
Flon Sehman - Science
Charlie Shockley - PE!Health
Betty Tharp - Custodian
John Thomas - Principal
Judy Thurber - Aide
Mary Ellen Tracy - Secretary
Tony Villanueva - Social Science
Wilma Ward - Communications
Curt Wheeler - Science
Keith Goin - Communications
Nancy lveson - Home Economics
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Mr Diedrich "Howdy!"
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Where do you find wildlife? Usually in less
inhabited terrain than Umatilla. However
without much searching, wildlife seems to
abound in and around the school. Wheth-
er in the classrooms, at a pep assembly
or after hours the beast in everyone sur-
faces. ln fact, sometimes Umatilla seems
to go hog wild.
Here's Mrs. Tracy receiving a pie in the face from
Mike Nelson, after he won the bid with Mr. V.'s and
Mr. T.'s money.
Joey Dieckman and class show U.H.S some typical
Maybe not alltimes are wild but
most of life is. Carla Greenfield,
Josie Matsen, Adan Perez, and
Matt Cleaver having a "blast" in
Mrs. Wards' class.
Mr. V. shows his school spirit and
leadership when practically being
forced to put lipstick on for pig kis-
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Just coming here from Chicago Kevin Hays thinks this is
cool. "Homecoming here is really awesome. You see,
at the high school l attended in Chicago, homecoming was just a
formal dance and a catatonic football game. There were no activi-
ties, pep rallies, or anything of the sort, just a game, dance, and
homecoming court. Sounds boring and it was."
"Umatilla's homecoming was exactly one opposite, "I had a great
time at the noise parade, bonfire, and also watching all the boda-
cious competitions. The kids really know how to get wild and crazy.
The dance was great, even though the loss of the game earlier in
the day was disappointing. Overall I had a great time, and thought
the little sis thing was cool too, l think l'm gonna adopt her." I had a
suprisingly good time.
TR- The blazing bonfire. BL- Mr. "V" reuniting with an old friend.
BR- Joel Anderson, Stephanie Story, Jamie Moore, and Travis Turner enjoying the
Senior Princess Cheryl Richard-
son, Junior Princess Wendi Proc-
tor, Senior Queen Holli Proctor,
Senior Princess Traci Sunday, and
Junior Princess Anji Jorstad. The
glamorous homecoming royalty.
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Coach Dale imitating the Budda. Duke Langley getting ready to thrash
ake up secrets
Why do best friends get
back together again? It's simple, according to best friends
Cheryl Richardson and Bonnie Calkins, who have been best friends for the
past four years, "We don't have anyone else to talk to. We want to tell each
other something, but when we are mad we can't, so we just make-up." To
others make-up means eyeshadow and hairstyling. Cherie Phillips confides
that blending two or three colors of eyeshadow is far more effective than
just one. Jennifer Burns and Tanya Jones both guarantee that sculpting
spray does wonders. . . It's far better than hair spray, and is not as heavy
as mousse ...... ask any of these lovely ladies to learn more make-up
secrets! Yet some people think about make-up secrets in terms of couples.
Tears and apologies may work for some, while others resort to violence.
Keli Carraher recommends pulling belly-button hairs, while Cherie Phillips
endorses the broom treatment. Words are effective in some cases. Bry
Dunkle recalls the ONE time he was wrong. He apologized, she tainted.
Flowers are also good, expressive, and very effective. This goes to show
that make-up isn't just a bunch of cover-up.
John Thomas -n- Melissa Orr, usually cou-
. ples don't fight, but it never hurts to know
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dridge goofing off.
Gotcha is for all those people who are
camera shy or hams. lt's rather amazing
what people will do when you try to take a
picture. Some will shy away while others
will act totally strange or just plain silly.
Well all we can say to the following peo-
ple is we ... Gotcha.
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Nick Hughes eating a juicy rat.
Jason Treadwell experimenting
Ms. Shockiey imitating John
Wayne for Heidi Skoubo.
Marcuss Mott iying on a freshman couch.
Myndee Grider getting into the Christmas
Oliver North standing tall and proud.
Dawn Harmon showing off her triple earpiercings.
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group lunch. Above: Melanie
Tarter and her massive hair-do.
1987 was quite the year. For events, it was a controversial year.
Such as the PTL scandal and the Gary Hart-Donna Rice affair. As
we roll on through the year the big events list and fads list grow
longer. Some of the biggest fads were such things as acid-washed
clothes and wild hair styles. '87 wasn't confidentialg let's try to
keep '88 the same.
Jason Treadwell and Anji Jorstad with their "in" acid-washed
Red M8tM's candies returned to store shelves.
Alternative school is started this year for students
who don't function well in regular classroom set-
A purported member of the "Mexican Mafia"
shoots and kills a suspected drug dealer near the
school tennis courts. A school-sponsored dance
was being held at the time.
Acid-washed jeans, skirts, and jackets were tops
in popularity, surpassing last year's stone-
The "Boz" influenced haircuts are a close shave
. . .Melanie Tarter, Kevin Hayes, Mike Nelson, and
others wore theirs too? close for comfort.
Wall Street experiences "Black Monday", when
stocks plummet and send the nation's financial
institutions into panic.
Interstate speed limit is finally returned to 65.
Umatilla Football team makes it to the first round
of state play-offs.
Minnesota Twins win the World Series in '87. Den-
ver Broncos fall to Washington Redskins in '88
"ln" wear includes Swatch watches, Reebok
shoes, Black Hills Gold jewelry, Coca Cola and
Spuds McKenzie T-shirts, and 501 jeans.
Circular-shaped wooden hall passes were insti-
tuted . . . and were found to be better rollers than
Big drug bust occurs at McNary.
1. Short Stop 112
2. Lori's house
3. Up Your Donut
4. Car Wash
5. Laundry Matt
7. Dairy Queen
9. The Weight Room
Right: Princess Diana
2. pass rolling
4. copying homework
5. class naps
8. research papers
Right: Jett Divelbliss
1. Cherry 7-Up
2. DQ Blizzards
3. Diet Coke
4. Old television
6. Soft contacts
7. "Days of Our
8. Seat belt law
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1. Full Meal Deal 2.39
2. ASB card 5.00
3. Yearbook 15.00
4. Soda pop .55
5. Big Mac 1.40
6. Sports lllus. 2.25
7. Casette tape 9.95
8. Movie 3.75
9. School lunch 1.00
10. Unlead. gastgall
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Gary Hart drops out of the presidential race after
an affair with Donna Rice is revealed. He later re-
enters the primaries.
President Reagan, as well as Col. Ollie North,
take the heat after selling arms to Iran. This be-
came known as the Iran-Contra affair.
John Thomas becomes principal of the high
Rumors of marital problems surface between heir
to the English throne Prince Charles and Princess
Superintendent Warren Linville announces his re-
tirement, and school board selects George Fen-
ton to replace him next year.
Just as evangelist Jimmy Bakker's affair fades in
the press, another TV minister, Jimmy Joe Swag-
gart, is found guilty of sexual misconduct.
Dennis Conner returns the Americas Cup of sailing
to the United States.
England's Eddie Edwards is the media darling of
the Winter Olympics held at Calgary, Canada. Ja-
maica's Bobsled team is another hit.
During the fall's "Kiss the Pig" contest, Principal
John Thomas, and coaches V and Wheeler twist-
ed and bent 'straight arrow' into a permanent
curve. Straight arrow referring to honesty in an-
Donkey basketball returns.
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Well, l've been put to work on my
last layout, and I need a theme.
Hmm. Wait! I see some pictures of
people working ibut none of mel. I
could do my layout on work. Yeah,
that's the ticket!
Work is something that everyone
does, willingly or not, when they're
in school. But some people work
outside of school. They do this be-
cause the work inside of school
doesn't satisfy them. Right?
Wrong?l Well, OK, they also do it
for money. And that's sorta cool
'cause you need money all of the
time for dates and parties and insur-
ance and cars and clothes and
lunch and dinner and donut runs and
everything else, too.
But work is important, too. Work
is a character builder. lt gives you
an entirely different outlook on life,
makes you see things in a kinda
grown-up way. lt brings out tough-
ness, and it brings out maturity. And
what work does more than anything
else is aggravate you, makes you
want to strangle someone, puts you
under so much pressure that you
want to just SCREAM!!!
That's what work is.
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Kim, ready to serve. irightb
Jeff Blades has lots of gas ,
for the customers.
fleftb Kim Millering trying to smile
Cbelowb Cody Cleaver and vegeta
ble soup, what a picture!
Caboveb Don Swart, swiping some
breakfast. CLeftD Dave Gomez takes
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The music department is playing a new
song this year, thanks to a face at UHS.
That person is Miss Lorraine Albert, di-
rector ot both band and choir. When
asked how the music department has im-
proved this year, April Derbyshire said,
"Everyone works together this year. And
it makes us feel good that people think we
sound better." lt's attitudes like this
these that make our music department
the best. Music is truly on a higher note.
Jazz Choir-Bottom: Vikki Parker, Lisa Warr, Shannon Shoubo, Mike
vNelson, Bonnie Calkins, Robert Holden, Cheryl Richardson, Traci
Prindle, Miss Lorraine Albert advisor. Top: Tina Prindle, Melissa Orr,
Angie Thompson, Bry Dunkle, Catherine Perkins, Teresa Alvarado.
Concert Choir-Front: Catherine Perkins, Tina Prindle, Erin Pi-
card, Dawn Monroe. Second Row: Teresa Alvarado, Traci Prin-
, dle, Meagan Lafferty, Third Row: Regina Weber, Angie Thomp- l
son. Top: Miss Lorraine Albert advisor.
O K Concert Choir all together now
Above-One of the surprise numbers at the
Winter Concert by the band was, Happy
Birthday to Junior Mike Nelson on his 17th
Birthday. Left-The Jazz Choir putting their
hearts and lungs into it.
Band: Front Row: Brooke Skoubo, Gerry Elizares, Traci Sunday, Fran
Hopkins, Dusti Fink, April Derbyshire. Middle Row: Miss Lorraine Albert
advisor, Heidi Skoubo, Lisa Estrella, Larissa Wetterling, Bonnie Calkins,
Cheryl Richardson, Jay Gibson. Back Ftow: Danny Brannon, Jeff Blades,
Clubs make change ......
whether in dollar and cents for
fund-raising, community ser-
vice, or change in indiviual
skills and talents. The Art Club
is making money by painting
windows and making Grams
for the holidays to raise mon-
ey for a trip to Portland. The
International Language Club
adds to its treasury by selling
donuts hoping to finance a trip
to La Grande. The Key Club is
trying to help our community,
and cleaning up garbage is
one way. The Speech Club
makes changes too 1gin
peoples' attitudes and opin-
ions as they seek to persuade
others in debates and speech
An anxious Key Clubber waiting to escort someone at
the Blood Drive.
Art Club's Melissa Orr and Gina Dedrick painting the
Speech Club: First row: Shelly
Wallsinger and Alex Evans. Sec-
ond row: Mr. Keith Goin and Rick
Key Club: First row: Allison Clu-
cas, Holli Proctor, Mike Nelson,
Bonnie Calkins, Kim McClanna-
han. Second row: Mr. Steve
Carnes, Heidi Skoubn, Gina De-
drick, Lori Manley, Cheryl Rich-
ardson, Geraldine Muth. Third
row: Sean Sunday, Traci Sun-
day, Lisa Mueller, Julie Tracy,
Angela Olson, Justin Scheider,
Josie Mattson, Kim Millering,
Tom Tobin. Fourth row: Cody
Cleaver, Dain Gardner, Bob
Watt, Jeniier Adams, Trina Ol-
son, Fifth row: Matt lveson, Jett
Divelbliss, Jerry Elizares, Leah
Thompson, Travis Turner, Brian
Sheller, Rod Tarter, Dusti Finck.
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ingen, Angela Treadwell, Fran
Hopkins, Gina Dedrick, Melissa
Orr, Amy Nobles. Second row:
Mike Schell, Blanca Padilla, Alli'
son Clucas, Heidi Skoubo, Mi-
chelle Thomas, Catherine Per-
kins, Mr. Mark Manning. Third
row, Bryan Bonner, Joey Dieck-
man, April Derbyshire, Kathy
Bonner, Jefl Easton, Lisa Warr,
Larissa Wetterling, Shannon
Skoubo, Kasi Wizner.
lnternational Language Club:
First row: Angie Thompson,
Traci Sunday, Bonnie Calkins.
Allison Clucas. Second row: Na-
than Reinhold, Don Swart, Anji
Jorstad, Brian Sheller, Dusti
Finck, Wendi Proctor. Third row:
Lisa Estrella, April Derbyshire,
Hoot Mesteth, Vicki Parker,
Cheryl Richardson, Trina Olson,
Fourth row: Lark Pursifull, Regi-
na Weber, Cherie Phillips, Me-
lissa Orr, Lisa Warr, Kathy Bon-
ner, Angie Martinez, Fifth row:
Penny Pellow, Blanca Trujillo,
Shannon Skoubo. Sixth row:
Mike Nelson. Mr. Victor Dolezal.
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Balloons, cookies, and stuffed animals
were given to Big Brothers from their Pep
Club Little Sisters at the end of Home-
Mysteries were abundant this year
for Pep Club. One mystery was the
theme for Sadies. After much de-
bate over teddy bears, colleges,
and surfin', the Pep Club members
finally decided on Surfin' Sadies.
Pep Club members, assisted by Bry
Dunkle, created decorations rang-
ing from beachballs to sunglasses,
so dancers would have good vibes
in atmosphere as well as music.
Playing a different tune was the
song and dance act many Little Sis-
ters did in an attempt to keep their
Big Brothers a secret. The Little
Sisters gave their Big Bro's gifts of
cakes, fruit, pop or anything they
want, to make their guys happy.
These mysteries were fun for every-
Pep Club Advisors: Above- Mrs, Ann Robin-
song and below, Mrs. Mary Ellen Tracy, who
gets very tired being Pep Club advisor.
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Viking Club: First row: Traci Sumday, Anji
Jorstad, Brian Sheller, Rod Tarter, Don
Swart. Second row: Holli Proctor, Lori
Manley and Mike Nelson.
Pep Club: First row: Regina Weber, An-
nette Hutsell, Tracie Prindle, Angela Ol-
son, Mischelle Thomas, Lori Manley, Holli
Protor, Fran Hopkins, Catherine Perkins,
Angie Thompson and Teresa Alvarado.
Second row: Traci Sunday, Cherie Phil-
lips, Penny Pellow, Gina Dedrick, Melanie
Tarter, Heidi Osterholme, Cheryl Richard-
son, Kim McClannahan. Third row: Jamie
Moore, Tanya Jones, Lisa Mueller, Anji
Jorstad, Julie Tracy, Jenifer Adams, Alli-
son Clucas, Stacey Warr, Dawn Monroe,
Josie Mattson, Carla Greenfeild, Karen
Picard, Trina Olson, Dusti Finck and Bon-
Biology Club: First row: Toby Cranston,
Jamie Viesca, Annette Hutsell and Bill
Surber. Second row: Heather Gurney,
Tina Prindle, Lisa Estrella, Brian Sheller
with Snake, Dusti Finck, Kim Millering,
Third row: Jayme Cordova, Brian Elliot,
Nick Hughes, Nathan Reinhold, Joey
Dieckman, Don Swart, Mike Nelson, Brian
Green, Brian Gettman and Mr. Ron Seh-
FHA: First row: Kerry Brown, Kim McClan-
nahan, Kim Clark, Amy Potter and Janet
Potter. Second row: Mrs. Nancy lveson,
Kara Snyder, Lisa Estrella, Carla Green-
feild, Brooke Skoubo, Mynde Grider, and
Maria Martinez. Third row: Larisa Wetterl-
ing, Heidi Osterholme and Shelly Wall-
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Sneak previews are what the journalism staff
deals with every day. Trying to anticipate the "Big
Events" of the year, capturing the moment with
photos, and getting just the right interviews are
the very essence of "yearbooking."
No one outside the journalism staff is allowed
sneak previews, but you can be sure it is worth the
wait. You can also be sure that previewing is not
quiet and calm. Approaching deadlines result in a
mad dash for pictures a perfect layout, but the
pictures don't fit, and excellent copy. Copy is
sometimes one of the most difficult parts of doing
the yearbook. You write, rewrite and sometimes
rewrite again. The yearbook is one of the hardest
things to do, but also it is a lot of fun.
Drama Club too has it's tryouts, rehearsals, and
dress rehearsals, before their performance. And
student council plans, approves and predicts
what activities will occur during the year. National
Honor Society previewed Christmas by trimming
the tree as well as repeating the induction cere-
mony for new and probationary members. Sneak
previews were just part of keeping it confidential.
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Student Council First Row Bry Dunkle. Second Row: Holli Proctor, J0UmaliSm'FiVSi ROWI I-Ori Manley. Allison Clucas, John Thomas Ke
Traci Sunday Kim Clarke Fran Hopkins, vin Hayes, Bry Dunkle. Second Flow: Mrs. Ward advisor, Gina Dedrick
April Derbyshire, Cherie Phillips, Holli Proctor. Not pic. Kell Carraher
Above Left: Bry Dunkle hard at work on the yearbook. Below: Kevin Hayes
writing caption copy.
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Second Row: Amy Nobles, Annette Hutsell, Christine Gray, Allison
Clucas, Mischelle Thomas. Third Row: Mike Schell, Nathan Reinhold,
Shannon Charlo. Fourth Row: Mr. Dolezal advisor, Don Swart. Not pic.
Gina Dedrick, Dain Gardner, Bob Watt, Cody Cleaver.
Drama-First Row: Larissa Wetterling, Kasi Wizner, Annette Martinez,
Second Row: April Linnell, Mr. Goin advisor, Angie Martinez, Angie
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As soon as the bell rings, class be-
gins. Some people might wonder
what goes on behind closed doors,
so in this is a view of classic behav-
ior. Whether it be research in the
library or working on woods pro-
jects, these students have a class
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"Here I go again." Senior Holli Proctor sitting
through Mr. Mushen's citizenship class. 'Y qw'
p o s e d I y
working . . .
talking to Ju-
nior Lisa Es-
Left- Freshman Mike Leopold
is working on his woods project
while, below- Junior Lark Pursi-
full, Sophomore Shannon
Charlo, and Junior Brian Green
do research in the library.
Junior Sabrina Richer working
hard in the library.
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Scott looks on,
Senior Robert Sargent and
Mr. Lybecker in woods getting
This years Home Economics class is headed
by Mrs. Iveson. The class has been pretty
busy with sewing projects, baking cookies
for the Parent-Teacher Conferences, cook-
ing Thanksgiving Dinner for Mr. Thomas and
Mr. Villanueva, and making gingerbread
houses for Christmas. Keep up the good
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Top: Mrs. Iveson, Junior Judy
Seufert, and Freshman Natalia
Snguinoct with the Thanksgiv-
ing Dinner cooked bythe class.
Above: "Smile Kim." Senior
Kim Clark, Junior Holly Tobin,
and Freshman Natalia San-
guino eating Thanksgiving Din-
ner made by the class. Left:
"Hey, this is pretty good." Mr.
Villanueva having Thanksgiv-
ing dinner made by the Home
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Ingenius. That is what describes the method used by
students in preparing or not preparing homework. Tests
are a way for teachers to see how well you have taken
in the material, but really they are to see if you can make
the grade. Making the grade takes work, but for some,
being creative comes natural.
It looks like these kids are sharing some classic secrets during class
time. At right: Adan Perez scopes out the scene in Mr. ViIIanueva's
World Geography class while Brian Bonner looks as if he's having a
great time. Below: Freshmen Melanie Tarter and John Leonard trying
to look enthusiastic in class.
"No way you're telling me this, Mr. Sehman."
Junior Brian Sheller in Mr. Sehman's Chemistry
class. Senior Rick Gerard looks as il he cannot
believe that he has made it this far into the day.
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Carla Greenfield, and Charlie Abbott look as
if they are enjoying themselves. Below: On a
more creative side, sophomores Julie Tracy
and Lisa Mueller in Advanced Art.
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lt was no secret that the Umatilla Vikings were bound to be first in the
Columbia Basin Conference, and then go on to the state playoffs. The
Vikings were undefeated through their 87 season, but near the end
faced difficulties when they met up with the Weston-McEwen TigerScots
at the homecoming game. At the state playoffs, Umatilla fell to defeat by
the Enterprise Savages.
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cheerful about the football season. 3. . .
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punt. 4. Chris Stone showing off his fan- 1 A . if
tastic football ability. 5. Rod Tarter run- C ,
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Coach Dale's most memorable moment of
the season was beating Wahtonka. "lt
was great! I almost started crying, that
was exciting. They beat us 64-0 the year
before. This year we were both undefeat-
ed and we beat them 16-O, we were play-
ing for first place."
"The worst moment was the very first play of
the game against Enterprise. We were
sacked for a three yard loss on a power play
and they blew by our first team alI-confer-
ence guard." Coach V.
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First row: Cheryl Richardson, Brian Sheller, Tom Surber, Loren Pursifull, Dain Gardner, Cruz
Garcia, Mike Leonard, Jason Bowman, Doug Surber, Luigi Brannan, Traci Sunday. Second
row: Bonnie Calkins, Rick Patterson, Lark Pursifull, Doug Baker, Lance Warr, Gilbert Martinez,
Adan Perez, Duke Langley, Matt lveson, Mike Nelson, Holli Proctor. Third row: Coach Tony
Villavueva, Kris Wainwright, Bill Surber, Cody Cleaver, Travis Turner, Rod Tarter, Chris Stone,
Dan Atilano, Kevin Hayes, Jim Schell, Mike Schell. Fourth row: Coach Bill Dale, Matt Thomp-
son, Tim Patterson, Rob Turner, Don Swart, Rick Gerard, Marcus Mott, Dan Brannan, Matt
Cleaver, Hoot Mesteth, Coach Dave Green.
is what football is all about,
and the 1987 football season
was filled with exactly that.
The Vikings fought to the state
playoffs with a 7-1 conference
record. Seniors who led their
team to state were Doug Ba-
ker, Cruz Garcia, Rick Gerard,
Duke Langley, Tim Patterson,
Jim Schell, Chris Stone, and
Matt Thompson. Together,
with their team and coaches,
they made an action-packed
season that no one will soon
At right, Brian Sheller stops Wahtonka
ball carrier at the 42 yard line on third
down. Below, Ffunningback Chris
Stone melts a wall of opposition dur-
ing first quarter action against Wah-
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Umatilla 12 Sherman County 6 Umatilla 18 Weston McEwen 32
tljmatlua 43 glasses County 43 Umatma O Riverside 12
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Umatilla 12 Stanhem lg Umatilla Win Stanfield Forfeit
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Umatilla 12 Weston McEwen 7
off to a fifteen
yard gain against
"I'm gonna die!" "l'm sure
that's how most of the team felt
our first morning of daily dou-
bles. We were required to run
ten 24O's. A 240 was to run
from one goalpost to the other
and back, a total of 240 yards.
That wouldn't be bad, but you
had only 45 seconds to do it in.
After my fourth one l was ready
to die. Luckily, I wasn't the only
one, the whole team felt the
same way." Chris Stone.
Above-"No pain, no gain:" During the hot summer practices, the team
received their very own definition of hard work pays off. Left- Rick
Gerard catches a touchdown pass to put the Vikings in the lead
against the Wahtonka Eagles.
That was the phrase heard
most often during the 1987
Volleyball season. Agonizing
daily doubles started on
August 24th, and continued
until September 2nd, when
school began. Umatilla
started the season with a
tough game against the
Pirates. Varsity, and J.V.
didn't do well, but the C team
pulled through with a win.
The rest of the season went
well, according to coaches
Charlie Shockley, and Curt
Wheeler. Awards were also a
very big part of the Volleyball
season. First time Letterman
in Volleyball were Allison
Clucas, Cherie Phillips,
Cheryl Richardson, and Roxie
Robbins. Players receiving
recognition during the season
were Anji Jorstad and Cherie
Phillips, All-Tournament Team
plaques at the Umatilla
lnvitationalg and Anji Jorstad
and Jamie Moore, All-
Tournament Team medals at
the Helix Invitational
At right, Kerry Brown blocks a shot
from a Riverside spiker. At far right,
Julie Tracy receives first hit after a
shocking Stanfield serve. Above
right, Traci Sunday cheers the serve
while Cherie Phillips waits
Back row Traci Sunday, Roxie Robbins, Cherie Phillips, Coach Charlie Shock-
ley. Front row Anji Jorstad, Cheryl Richardson, Jamie Moore, Allison Clucas. Not
pictured Bonnie Calkins, Tina Prindle, Milanie Tarter.
Back row Julie Tracy, Mischelle Thomas, Heather Durand, Dusti Finck, Bonnie
Calkins, Coach Curt Wheeler. Front row Melanie Tarter, Catherine Perkins,
Camilla Andreassen, Tina Prindle. Not pictured Keli Carraher, Norma Trujillo.
Backrow Coach Charlie Shockley, Heidi Skoubo, Keli Carraher, Lisa Mueller,
Stacey Warr, Jennifer Adams, Norma Trujillo, Mindy Grider. Front row Heidi
-Osterholme, Carla Greenfield, Cindy Fenley, Kerry Brown, Catherine Perkins.
W Pilot Rock
L Weston McEwen
W Pilot Rock
L Weston McEwen
L Pilot Rock
L Weston McEwen
W Pilot Rock
L Weston McEwen
L Pilot Rock
W Weston McEwen
W Pilot Rock
W Weston McEwen
The varsity team has struggled
through a difficult season. Com-
ing close to many victories, but
unable to clinch a win. The junior
varsity team won two games this
season. They looked good and
played some tough games. They
show a lot of potential to go far
next year. The freshman team
won only one game this season
but seemed to go out there and
have a lot of fun.
Senior Cruz Garcia goes up for a
lay in during the game against
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Varsity basketball- Front Row: Manager Mike Schell and Coach
Tony Villanueva. Back Row: Cruz Garcia, Jared Adams, Rod
Tarter, Matt Thompson, Mike Nelson, Matt Cleaver, Robert
Holden, Rick Gerard, and Loren Pursiful.
Junior Varsity Basketball- Coach Lee Diedrich, Dain Gardner,
Jason Bowman, Cody Cleaver, Matt lveson, Rob Turner, Jonas
Estrada, Jaime Mensa, Juan Atilano, Adan Perez, Loren Pursiful,
and Ryan Savage.
Freshman Basketball- Andy Beitel, Adan Perez, Gilbert Mar-
tinez, John Thomas, Justin Nobles, Doug Surber, Dan Atilano,
Sean Sunday, Tom Tobin, and Coach Bill Dale.
43 De Sales
44 Columbia Burbank
55 Pilot Rock
45 Wasco Co.
47 Weston McEwen
31 Sherman Co.
64 Weston McEwen
51 Pilot Rock
46 Wasco Co.
51 Weston McEwen
47 Sherman Co.
35 Weston McEwen
26 Pilot Rock
41 Pilot Rock
28 Weston McEwen
40 Pilot Rock
35 Weston McEwen
lt was a tough season for
the girls' basketball team
but those who stuck with it
gained from the exper-
ience. lt's frustrating when
you try your hardest and
lose. Team members
learned to play together
and to continue on. They
gained skills and exper-
ience and also gained char-
The team this year was
very young with only two
Seniors and one Junior. The
younger girls had to learn
the ropes from Coach Bryd.
The Varsity and J.V. both
beat Riverside for their first
win. They were excited.
They played really well.
They both had many close
games though and had fun
doing it. l'm sure that they
had fun working, learning
and playing their best
throughout the season.
35 De Sales
27 Weston McEwen
53 Umatilla J.V.
24 Pilot Rock
26 Wasco Co.
34 Weston McEwen
30 Sherman Co.
28 Weston McEwen
42 Pilot Rock
Above: Let's hang onto the ball, Below: The
end result of this play was Umatilla getting
the ball and making a basket.
Girls' Varsity Basketball: First rowg Melanie Tarter, Stacey Warr, Traci Sunday, Jamie
Moore, Norma Trujillo. Second rowg Tina Prindle, Mischelle Thomas, Anji Jorstad, Julie
Tracy, Jenifer Adams, Lisa Mueller and Coach Marcia Bryd.
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Girls J,V. Basketball: First row: Coach Dianne Schleder, Brooke Skoubo, Angie Olson,
Janet Potter, Melanie Tater, Kerry Brown and Amy Potter, Second row: Blanca Padilla,
Kasi Wizner, Larisa Wetterling, Angela Scott, Tinka Palmier and Heidi Skoubo,
2 Wahtonka 30
24 Hermiston 32
13 Heppner 46
10 Stanfield 51
22 Weston McEwen 56
15 Sherman Co. 54
26 Stantield 48
24 Riverside 23
16 Weston McEwen 55
18 Pilot Bock 41
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leaders for foot-
ball, and basket-
Basketball cheerleaders build a pyra-
mid during a time out. Top Bonnie Cal-
kins. Bottom Dawn Harmon, Keli Car-
raher, Josie Mattson, Holli Proctor.
At right, football cheer-
leaders, Varsity, and
J.V. Top Josie Mattson.
Third row Regina We-
ber, Dawn Harmon, Tra-
cie Prindle. Second row
Angie Martinez, Angie
Thompson, Blanca Pa-
dilla. At far right basket-
ball cheerleaders. Top
Bonnie Calkins. Bottom
Keli Carraher, Tracie
Prindle, Holli Proctor.
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and dance team used during the
1987-1988 school year. Hard work,
and long practices make a team im-
prove continually, but practices
weren't easy. Doing repeated rou-
tines to eight counts is not exactly
fun, but it pays off. Cheerleaders
had these same problems. Learning
cheers, and building pyramids takes
a lot out of a person. Just ask any
cheerleader, or dance team mem-
ber how many hours of practice they
put in learning a new routine, or
cheer. But in the end, it did pay off.
The result impressed crowds, who
cheered throughout the year.
Football cheerleaders organized the pep-as-
sembly in which coaches wore pig faces, and
ate cream pies.
Vicki Parker, Holly
Tobin, Karen Picard,
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dance of the sea-
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Estrella, Dusti Finck. Second row Lori Manley, Karen Picard.
Front row Catherine Perkins.
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, Charlie-10, 67
Jared-10, 63, 77
Jenifer-16, 54, 57, 75, 78
Albert, Lorraine-28, 52, 53
Alvarado, Teresa-16, 52, 57
Anderson, Joel-16, 36
Andreassen, Cami-7, 10, 39, 75
Atilano, Dan-16, 71, 77
Atilano, Juan-16, 77
Baker, Douglas-10, 31, 71
Beitel, Andy-16, 77
Bellamy, Chandryce -16, 55, 81
Blades, Jeff-16, 49
Bonner, Bryan-16, 55, 66
Bonner, Kathy-16, 55
Bowman, Jason-16, 71, 77
Brannan, Danny-6, 16, 53, 64, 70,
Brannan, Luigi-6, 16, 71
Brown, Kerry-57, 74, 75
Burns, Jennifer-16, 39
Calkins, Bonnie-10, 15, 30, 39, 52, 53
54, 55, 57, 71, 75, so
- Carraher, Keli-2, 16, 75, 80
- Charlo, Angela-17, 62, 79
- Chiamolun, George-2, 28
- Clark, Kim-10, 15, 30, 57, 65, 58
- Cleaver, Cody-17, 49, 54, 58, 71, 77,
Cleaver, Matt-17, 35, 71, 77
Cluoas, Allison-17, 54, 55, 57, 58, 59,
Coffey, Lori-6, 10, 31
Cordova, Jayme-17, 19, 57
Cranston, Toby-17, 57
Dale, Bill-28, 36, 70, 71, 77
Dedrick, Gina-5, 7, 18, 54, 55, 57, 58,
Derbyshire, April-18, 53, 55, 58
Dieckman, Joe-18, 34, 55, 57
Diedrick, Lee-28, 29, 77
Divelbliss, Jeff-18, 54
Dolezal, Victor-28, 55, 79, 86
Dumond, Kim-10, 31
Dunkle, Bry-10, 11, 15, 52, 58, 59, 79
88- Easton, Jeff-10, 22, 25, 31, 55
' '- Elder, Patti-28
90- Eldrige, Angel-40
89- Elizares, Jerry-18, 22, 53, 54
89- Elliott, Brian-18, 57
88- EstradaKMillanJ, Jonas-13, 77
89-gstrella, Lisa-18, 22, 53, 55, 57, 62,
90- Evans, Alex-18, 54
91- Fenley, Cindy-18, 75 , 81
89- Ferrer, Jamie-
89- Finck, Dusti-3, 4, 18, 53, 54, 55, 57,
' '- Follett, Judy-28
' '- Follett, Keith-28
90- Foster, Cliff-18
' '- Fry, Frank-28
' '- Gagen, Nancy-28
88- Garcia, Cruz-6, 10, 15, 20, 31, 71, 77
90- Gardner, Dain-19, 54, 71, 77, 79
91- Garry, Joe-19
90- Garza, Angela-19
91- Garza, Hector-
88- Garza, Isabel-30
91- Gaede, Eric-19
88- Garza, Sonia-10
88- Gerard, Flick-10, 31, 66, 70, 71, 73, 77
89- Germain, Nikki-19
88- Gettman, Brian-13, 19, 24, 30, 57
88- Gibson, Jay-13, 53
90- Gray, Christine-19, 79
Green, Brian-57, 62
Greenfield, Carla-19, 35, 57, 67, 75
Grider, Mynde-19, 41, 57, 75
Goin, Keith-29, 54, 79
Hayes, Kevin-37, 58, 71, 79, 82
Holden, Robert-13, 31, 52, 77
Hopkins, Beth-13, 15, 30
Hopkins, Fran-13, 30, 53, 55, 57, 58,
Hughes, Nick-20, 40, 57
Hutsell, Annette-7, 17, 20, 57, 77
Iveson, Matt-20, 71, 77
Iveson, Nancy-29, 54, 57, 65
Johnson, Tonya-20, 22
Jones, Tanya-20, 39, 57
Jorstad, Anji-20, 37, 43, 55, 57, 75,
Duke-12, 13, 37, 71
Michael-21, 62, 66, 71
Linnell, April-21, 79
Linnell, Scott-21, 25
Manley, Lori-21, 54, 57, 58, 81
Manning, Mark-28, 55
Martinez, Angie-21, 38, 55, 79, 81
Martinez, Gilbert-21, 71, 77
Martinez, Maria-21, 57, 79
Matson, Josie-21, 35, 54, 57, 80
Mc Clannahan, Kim-13, 30, 48, 54, 57
Mclntosh, John-28, 82
Mensa, Jaime-7, 13, 77
Mesteth, Hoot-3, 21, 55, 71
Millering, Kim-13, 49, 54, 57
- Orr, Melissa-23, 38, 52, 54, 55, 79
- Ortiz, Abraham-23, 25
Mitchell, Terry-11, 13, 15
Monroe, Dawn-18, 21, 42, 52,57
Moore, Jamie-19, 21, 23, 36, 57, 75,
Moore, Kevin-7, 13
Mott, Marcus-6, 21, 41, 70, 71
Mueller, Lisa-21, 54, 57, 67, 75, 78
- Picard, Erin-23, 52
Muth, Gerldine-13. 31. 54
Nelson, Mike-21, 34, 52, 53, 54, 55,
57, 70, 71, 77
Nobles, Amy-13, 15, 55, 79
Nobles, Justin-21, 77
Olson, Angela-21, 23, 54, 57, 79
Olson, Trina-17, 23, 54, 55, 57
Ortiz, Hector-23, 25
Osterholme, Heidi-23, 57, 75
- Padilla, Blalnca-15, 55, 81
- Parke, Guy- 27
- Parker, Vicki-15, 38, 52, 55, 81
- Parra, Melanie-23
- Patterson, Rick-23, 54, 71
- Patterson, Shawna-23
- Patterson, Tim-11, 15,71
- Pellow, Penny-23, 55, 57
- Perez, Adan-23, 35, 66, 71, 77
- Perkins, Catherine-23, 52, 55, 57, 67
- Peske, David-29
88- Phillips, Cherie-22, 23, 55, 57, 58, 74,
Picard, Karen-23, 57, 81
Potter, Amy-23, 57
Potter, Janet-7, 23, 57, 79
Prindle, Tina-15, 52, 57, 78
Prindle, Tracie-23, 52, 57, 80
Proctor, Holli-15, 31, 35, 37, 54, 57,
58, 62, 71, 80, 83
Proctor, Wendi-23, 25, 37, 55
Pursifull, Loren-23, 71, 77
Pursifull, Lark-23, 24, 55, 57, 71
Reinhold, Nathan-23, 55, 57, 79
Richardson, Cheryl-5, 15, 31, 37, 39,
52, 53, 54, 55, 71, 75
- Richer. Sabrina-24. 62
Robinson, Ann-29, 55, 82
Saliby, Randy-29, 39, 86
Sanguino, Natalia-24, 66
Sargent, Lynn-15, 18, 63
Savage, Ryan-24, 77
Schell, Jim-11, 15, 35, 71
Schell, Mike-24, 55, 71, 77, 79
Schneider, Justin-24, 54
Scott, Angela-24, 63, 78, 79
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90- Serraro, Noelia-
89- Seufert, Judy-24, 65
91- Shaw, James-25
90- Shaw, Robert-
89- Sheller, Brian-5, 25, 54, 55, 57, 66,
"- Shockley, Charlie-5, 29, 41, 75
88- Simpson, Kim-15, 31
91- Skoubo, Brooke-17, 25, 53, 57, 79
90- Skoubo, Heidi- 3, 25, 41, 53, 54, 55
89- Skoubo, Shannon-25, 52, 55
' '- Snyder, Kara-57, 81
89- Stamper, Michelle-
89- Steelly, Cliff-
88- Stone, Chris-12, 15, 30, 70, 71, 72
90- Story, Stephanie-25, 36, 40, 90
91- Sunday, Sean-25, 54, 77
88- Sunday, Traci-15, 30, 37, 53, 54, 55,
57, 58, 71, 74, 75, 78, 79
90- Surber, Steven-25, 71, 77
88- Surber, Tom-25, 71
88- Surber, Bill-25, 57, 71
89- Swart, Donald-22, 25, 49, 55, 57, 71,
89- Swearingen, Sheri-55
91- Tarter, Melanie-25, 43, 57, 75, 78
89- Tarter, Rod-7, 25, 54, 57, 70, 71, 77
88- Tayman, Shawn-15
' '- Tharp, Betty-29
' '- Thomas, John-2, 29, 86
91- Thomas, John Jr.-25, 38, 58, 77
90- Thomas, Mischelle-25, 55, 57, 75, 78
Thompson, Angie-26, 52, 55, 57, 80,
Thompson, Leah-22, 26, 54
Thompson, Matt-15, 71, 77
Tobin, Holly-26, 65, 81
Tobin, Thomas-26, 54, 77
Tracy, Julie-4, 26, 54, 57, 67, 74, 75,
Tracy, Mary Ellen-5, 29, 34, 56, 86, 81
Treadwell, Angela-11, 15, 22, 31, 55,
Treadwell, Jason-26, 40, 43
Trujillo, Blanca-24, 26, 55, 62
Trujillo, Norma-26, 75, 78
Turner, Rob-26, 71, 77
Turner, Travis-23, 26, 36, 54, 71
- Viesca, Jamie-25, 26, 57, 83
- Villanueva, Tony-29, 35, 36, 65, 71,
Wainwright, Kris-26, 71
Wallsinger, Shelly-26, 54, 57
Ward, Wilma-29, 58,
Warr, Lance-26, 71
Warr, Lisa-26, 52, 55 .
Warr, Stacey-26, 57, 75, 78
Watt, Bob-26, 54, 79
Weber, Regina-15, 30, 52, 55, 57
Wetterling, Larisa-26, 53, 55, 57, 78,
Wheeler, Curt-5, 29, 75, 81
Wizner, Kasi-26, 55, 79
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