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1. The Class of '84 showed their spirit during Pride
Week by dressing up every day. Here, Brad Mullen
and Kevin Flowers sport Hawaiian attire on Senior Lei
Day. We still don't know what was attracting their at-
tention on the ceiling, 2. "We will succeed!" shout
seniors Jennie Seehafer, Janet Harris and Tona Bes-
sent. The seniors set a good example for
underclassmen in what spirit was all about.
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Spirit - Webster defines it as that
essential quality, a pervading
animated principle, such as the spirit
of the times.
At UHS, we captured the spirit of
1984. lt showed in our dress, our
choice of music, our dialogue, our
A yearbook should reflect the
spirit of the year we shared together.
Homecoming, Pride week, playoffs,
formals, prom Catch the spirit
and keep it forever.
1. Homecoming is a time
every senior looks forward to.
Phil Rhees, Paige Tieszen,
Bryan Craig, Shanna Marlow
and Karla Bradley enjoy their
ride on the senior float during
the homecoming assembly. 2.
There are some that say that
there are only two beautiful
things in this world: brides and
homecoming queens. Karen
Duke, a member of the
homecoming court for three
years and this year's queen, tru-
ly lives up to that statement. 3.
The Miss FCA contest gives us
a chance to get a different look
at some of the macho men of
UHS. So, is that Rob Byers, or
his twin sister chatting with
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1. Bobby Sue and Billie
Jo, also known as John
Ecton and Carl Cab-
biness, show off charms
we usually don't see at
school. 2. The Drill
Team represents Union
at many competitions
and activities in the
region, as well as our
own assemblies and
games. Here, the girls
await their performance
cue. 3. With a victory
smile, Senior Laura Ken-
nell raises her hand in
salute to the Redskins.
Laura has been a
cheerleader for three
l. Pep Assemblies are one way to let out all your
energy and give it all to the Redskins. Here, Rick
Vaughan, Debbie Brown, Chuck Hodges and Shawn
Teeters do just that. 2. Most people don't get that
upset over a broken egg, but when it's your baby it can
be a little unsettling. Lori Adams mourns her dearly
departed little one in child development class. The eggs
are used to teach the responsibility of child care. 3.
Highsteppers do more than perform at halftime. Here,
Kim Travers, Stacy Butler and Michelle Magid cheer in
the stands during a chilly Ponca City game.
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hat We Wear
What to wear? At UHS
that wasn't much of a prob-
lem as '84 was a year of
anything goes. There was no
peivading fashion look and
students sported everything
from polos to Cowboy boots.
Punk was popular too,
but it was seen more in the
form of hairstyle and bright
"l think students dress up
more than they used to,"
said senior Phil Rhees.
"Image is importantg you
want to look nice."
Despite dress-up trends,
jerseys and sweatshirts were
still popular and many
students wore brightly col'
ored bandanas in a variety
Said senior Karla Bradley,
"Fashion is whatever you
feel comfortable with."
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Clockwise from top left 1. The cowboy look has
always been popular at LIHS. Big belt buckles, hats
and boots are the standards, and James Harrison
completes his outfit with a rope. 2. Lynn Ringhoff
shows off the ever-popular sweater vest with a
classic oxford, while Kristi Duffy is more casual in a
sorority sweatshirt. 3. Bandanas were the most fun
fashion fad in years. Connie Powell loops one around
her neck to add a little color while Mary Ann Hinke'
fent sports a tiny braid. 4. Jerseys are still the most
comfortable thing to wear to school as Tami
William's smile indicates. 5. Sleeveless sweaters
were the hottest item this summer. These sweaters
could be used for dress up or for informal get-
togethers such as this where Christi Creger shows off
one of the Charlie Brown variety. 6. Most students
went punk in the form of hairstyles, a fun way to
show your originality. Here, Laura Stlllwell models a
classic punk cut.
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We finally got it together
Then came Schedule B
Pep rallies and assemblies
are a vital part of the education
system, but how can they fit in-
to the busy, hectic schedule of
a modern high school? The
answer - Schedule B, a
remarkable creation, that
allows the students to attend
all classes and still have time
for an assembly.
This new schedule in-
geniously shortens each class
by ten minutes, leaving an ex-
tra hour for "activity period."
These activities include such
valuable learning devices as
football, basketball, and wrestl-
ing pep assemblies. Schedule B
provides students with an ideal
chance to leave campus after
third hour, giving them an hour
and a half to wreak havoc on
Schedule B always manages
to confuse everybody. When
does lunch end? No one seems
to know. Three-quarters of the
student body arrive late from
lunch. About three tenths of
these students care.
There's always one person in
every class that never shows
up at all after Schedule B.
Besides shortening all classes,
this new schedule is an
automatic excuse to be late.
Will Schedule B ever be
understood? It really doesn't
matter, as all of Llnion is
preparing for an all new, even
better Schedule C.
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Clockwise from top left 1. Although the
junior float prediction for a state champion-
ship was not fulfilled, the Redskins did come
close, making it to the quarterfinals before
they were defeated. 2. Being a cheerleader
can sure mess up your hair. Kathy Brown and
Karen Duke attempt to put theirs back in
order during a break. 3. Due to construc-
tion, the smoke hole found several new
homes during the course of th.: year. 4.
Seniors turned the school into a Hawaiian
paradise on Senior Lei Day. 5. The Redskins
lay out the welcome mat for Jenks.
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Our time spent in high school is said
to be the best time of our lives. Many
factors contribute to this, but nothing
makes these three years so great as our
social life. Several places stand out as
"hangouts" where Llnion students meet
to socialize or just have a good time.
During the week, many familiar faces
can be seen at Woodland Hills Mall,
where students are either running
around spending money, or working at
one of the many stores earning it. But
as soon as Friday arrives, everyone is
ready for the weekend.
After a Friday night football game,
Mr. Gatti's seemed to be the most
popular place to get together for pizza
and video games.
After football season, a large crowd
from Union could be found jamming
down on the floor of the Caravan. Since
it opened its doors to teens on Friday
nights, the Caravan has put dancing
shoes on many students during the
school year, as well as during the
More recently, another club has at-
tracted the under-18 crowd. With the
added attraction of a stage to dance on,
Ziggy's lets us dance our way through
Saturday night as well as Friday.
With hangouts such as these, there is
something for everyone, and Llnion
students have plenty of opportunities to
"Let the Good Times Roll!!"
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Clockwise from top left 1., Powder Puff is fun for everyone,
but especially the players. Debbie Brown and Paige Teiszen
take a break from the action to pose for the cameras. 2. In
Family Living, guys learn that dishes don't wash
themselves and even someone has to load a dishwasher,
Robert Shears gets his turn after a class dinner. 3. The
DECA clown troupe is a familiar sight at parades,
assemblies and wherever a face of cheer is needed. Here,
Denise Bulman, Eva Johnson and Cheri Williams perform at
the Homecoming assembly. 4. Burton Copeland reveals
yet another hidden talent - playing the ukelele. 5. One of
the more frequent sights at UHS was that of Jim Crable and
Shelley Stokely acting crazy. 6. De Angelo Williams
always stands out in a crowd.
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For many students, lunch is
the highlight of the day. lt is a
time when everyone is free to
leave campus and enter the
world of fast-food restaurants.
lf you hurry, you might have a
whole fifteen minutes to spend
at one of those distinguished
One such place is
known as "Mickey D's." This
restaurant is the home of that
"Chicken Mchlugget fights,"
originated by Llnion's
Another lunchtime hangout
is Arby's, where you can still
purchase a real meal for under
Then there's the mall, where
you can buy anything from
Okie Fries to chicken
As if that weren't enough,
another favorite is the ever
popular Taco Bueno. Sadly,
this restaurant leaves with its
customers a trademark
distinguishable from all others
- the dreaded disease known
as "Bueno Breath."
For more elegant dining,
there is the internationally
famous Union High School
cafeteria. Here, a variety of
cuisine is served: everything
from local favorites like pizza
burgers to exotic dishes like
Yes, there is something for
everyone during lunchtime at
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Clockwise from lower left l. Lunch is the best time of the day to
cut loose. Here, Tony Snoddy does some strange things with a
napkin. 2. Senior Leslie Randolph studies intently. Many
students opt to use their lunch hour for academic, rather than
recreational purposes. 3. Taco Bueno is another favorite eating
spot. Here, seniors Mike Quihuis and Brad Latting risk the dreaded
Bueno breath by consuming burritos. 4. Woodland Hills Mall of-
fers students a variety of fast food cuisine. Students can enjoy
anything from egg rolls to pizza. 5. Sophomore Gene Spencer en-
joys some of the fine fare available right here in the UHS cafeteria.
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1. There's nothing like a good
softball game on a fall after-
noon. This year's team won the
district championship. 2.
Displaying the latest in
fashion, the plastic bag, Coach
Joe Holladay waits for his pie.
3. Sophomores Jean Dif-
fenderfer, Lori Hill and Lisa
Gilbert put up the sophomore
wall as their first class project
during homecoming week.
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1. Family Living classes are a favorite
-- especially on cooking days. Kathy
Starkey gives a smile as she enjoys a piece
of Christmas pumpkin pie. 2. Mr. Weaver
gives a smile to yearbook photographer
Michaele O'NeilI as they are caught in a
rare moment in front of the camera rather
than behind it. 3. Football captain Jeff
Hines puckers up, but the question is -
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The Spirit Lives Un
Stirring up spirit for the Redskins was
no problem for the cheerleaders this
year. Enthusiasm was high with pep
rallies in the stadium and the football
team in the playoffs.
Llnder the direction of Mrs. Glenda
Payne, the cheerleaders turned each
pep rally into a grandiose production,
featuring the Drill Team, gymnastics
squad, the band, or the players and
"What l remember about the pep
assemblies was that the Seniors yelled
more than the sophomores and the
juniors," said sophomore Biff Stephens.
"I guess it's that way every year."
"We had fun decorating the stadium
for each game," commented senior
Susie Sutton. "lt was a real challenge to
try to do our part to intimidate our
Senior Pride Week was a special time
for everyone. Seniors were honored at
the Ponca City game, and
underclassmen looked forward to the
time when THEY could do all that run-
ning around on the field.
Dress-up days were another highlight
of Senior Pride Week Qwho could forget
Senior Lei Day?j, along with the annual
pie in the face contest at the first pep
assembly on the new gym floor.
Redskin spirit crested the week of the
Jenks game. Highsteppers sold "Beat
Jenks" painters caps and both students
and faculty wore "Beat Jenks" T-shirts.
Special signs Csuch as Welcome to
Union Americaj decorated the stadium
Victory was sweet as the Renegades
stopped a 17 game streak by beating
the Trojans 13-12. Said junior Robert
Foster "Beating Jenks was the highlight
of the football season. To paraphrase
Howard Cosell 'the Renegades snatched
victory from the claws of defeat'. lt was
Totally awesome .. . a good way to
describe the '84 Redskin spirit.
l. There is strength in numbers and the Red-
skins cheer together. 2. When in Rome do as the
Romans do - and Senior Kendall Brumley finds
traditional Roman attire can be fun on senior Toga
Day. 3. Mark Seehafer and Gina Tener
celebrate at a victory party. 4. Todd Ryon and
April Flager share a special moment. 5. The
band's new plumage gave them a different look
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Dr. Wesley Jarman, superintendent
Harold Reed, president
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Alison Moore, vice-president
Bryan Coates, member
Phil Morgan, member
Vaughn Brower, clerk
Jerald Williams, principal
Don Davidson, assistant principal Curt Risner, assistant principal
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Raymond Caldwell -
Monetha Calvert -
Sue Christopher -
Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry
Dona Ciucci -
Winston Deeds -
Patricia Deuvall -
Jim Duncan -
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Joe Elder -
American history, World history
Kenille Elmore -
Vocal Music, Music Theory
J. W, Emerson -
Jane Finley -
Journalism, Yearbook, English
Jim Fisher -
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Carol Goddard -
Jana Goforth -
Marty Golden -
Cindy Goodsell -
Ruth Goudeket -
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American Literature World
Joe Holladay -
David Hudson -
Driver Education, Football
Donald Jones -
Physiology, AP Biology, Genetics,
Sandy Hanlin -
Ed Keeney -
Physiology, Embryology, Physics
Connie Keller -
English Literature, Special Services
Terry Kelsey -
Shorthand, Business Law, Typing,
Tony Martray -
Driver Education, Football
Judy McCormack -
Spanish, English Literature
American History, Sociology,
Eydie Leeds -
Bill Mann -
"Birthday parties at McDonalds make me feel young again!" quips Mr. Keeney
as he opens one of the many gifts bestowed upon him at his surprise party.
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Steve Moran -
Deena Morton -
Steve Nibbe -
Megan O'Halloran -
Roxe Ann Olson -
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Joan Stuckey -
Diane Thorpe -
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Mickey Toney -
Carol Trompeter -
Phil Tuttle -
Dianne Walker e
Pamela Wallace -
Michael Weaver -
AP English, Photography
Physical Education, Wrestling
Mary Beth Webb -
Jean Woody -
Geometry, Computer Math
Melvin Whittington -
Chemistry, Special Services
Lana Yates - "Will this cat do for dissection, Mr. Keeney?" queries Miss O'Halloran.
Karon Bills - Registrar
Glenda Braun - Attendance
Betty Chitwood - Library Aide
Bobbi Daer -- Library Volunteer
Kathy Griffey - Attendance
Linda Grounds - Receptionist
Darla Harris - Principal's
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1. Mitch Payne rounds the corner to meet a Wildcat defender. 2. Mitch
Payne struggles to gain a much needed first down. 3. Rob Byers and Keith
Pearson discuss the game as they rest between sets of downs.
Opposite 1. Keith Pearson finds daylight. 2. Another interception by
Mark Hulet. 3. No room for mistakes in the backfield. 4. Union's winged
receiver, Carl Cabbiness.
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lst: Jack Cherry, Tommy Durbin, Mike Steel, Carl Cabbiness. Znd: Mark Mead, Mark Patrick, Brian Daniels, Darrin van Horn, Greg Brown, Matt Saint, John Ecton.
3rd: Jeff Hines, Mitch Wood, Mark Hulet, Tommy Marrs, Shawn Teeters, Chuck Hodges, Rob Byers. 4th: Jeff Bishop, Kerry Planer, Trandy, Birch, Chris Kaiser,
John America, David, Dick, Joe Callery.
Football trainers Bottom, L to R: Steve
Pruitt, Brian Dugan, Jeff McKnight. Top, L to
R: Jeff Kaufman, Charlie Hicks, Troy Daer.
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2. Jeff Hines and John Ecton take a break from the action. 3. Coach Miller
watches the intense game from the sideline.
Where a man
The Varsity Club
The 1983 Renegades surprised fans, coaches, and op-
ponents as they accomplished a season full of victories.
Although the Renegades' performance in the All-City
Preview supported the predictions of most skeptics, they
powered over Muskogee, Hale, Memorial, and Jenks to win
their first four regular season games. Of those four, the in-
tense rivalry between Llnion and Jenks found Carl Cab-
biness pulling in a desperation pass in the remaining
seconds of the game to clinch the victory for the
Renegades, 13-12. Congratulations!
lt was the night that will live in the hearts of
Union players, coaches, and fans for eternity.
The final seconds gripped fans as they watched
the dramatic finish of a hard fought rivalry, the
Jenks "war." Following the dramatic win over
Jenks, the Renegades were caught off guard as
Edison outscored them the following week. The
disappointing loss only sparked the Renegades
hit the warpath winning the remaining games in
a 9-1 record breaking season.
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pass. 2. The scoreboard speaks for
itself. 3. Shoulder pads clash as quarter-
back Mitch Payne prepares to hand off.
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Keith Pearson 0343. 2. The referee makes the score of-
ficial as Carl Cabbiness H221 puts another six on the
board for the Renegades. 3. Shawn Teeters makes a
dramatic catch for a Renegade first down.
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Clock wise from above left: 1. Jeff Hines
U'76J leads the way as the Renegades prepare
to line up. 2. Coach Emerson and Coach
Tuttle ponder the intensity of the game. 3.
The Sapulpa quarterback gets an unfriend-
ly welcome from defensive end Chris Kaiser.
4. Homecoming Queen Karen Duke and her
court reign over the homecoming assembly in
the stadium. 5. Chris Kaiser stretches as he
attempts to intercept a Chieftan pass. 6.
Mark Hulet runs back an intercepted pass.
Homecoming 1983 . . .
The tradition continues
Student council made
an effort to make '83
Homecoming the best
ever. Students dressed in
'5O's attire, new wave
punk, outlandish togas
and Sunday best. Spirit
was high, and the
Renegades were ready for
the big game with
But all the efforts of all
those involved could not
stop the onslaught of rain
that fell on game day.
The field was a mud bog
and hair went limp, but
the 1983 homecoming
was a regal affair. Karen
Duke was crowned queen
in front of a miserable,
but loyal crowd and the
Renegades washed out
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When she reigns
The 1983 homecoming court reigned in the rain the
night of the game, but were able to stay dry for their
studio portrait. lst row: Matt Saint, John Ecton,
John America, Jeff Hines, Mark Hulet, Chris Kaiser,
Jeff Bishop. 2nd row: Jill Onstott, Kendall Brumley,
Karen Duke, Kathy Brown, Charise Hines.
Homecoming Queen Karen Duke escorted by King Jeff Hines
The Best of the Rest
Teamwork is an important part of a successful football
team, but it is the effort of individuals that unifies the
team. Individual honors this year went to seniors Jeff
Bishop, Chris Kaiser, Carl Cabbiness and junior Keith
Pearson for their leadership abilities as well as their ex-
ceptional play on the field. These talented athletes
together amassed a total of 22 awards or honors. Jeff and
Chris received full scholarships for their outstanding
ability. Carl led the team in scoring with 62 points and
Keith will return next year to break his team leading
44 Outstanding Football Players
l,l92 yards in rushing. Because of the contributions of
these players, the Redskins marched to their best regular
season record in the school's history.
Jeff Bishop - All Conference, All City, Honorable Mention All State,
All District, and Outstanding Offensive Lineman.
Chris Kaiser - All State, All City, All Metro, All District, All Con'
ference, and Outstanding Defensive Lineman.
Keith Pearson - Second Team All City and All Metro.
Carl Cabhiness - All District, All Conference, All City, 2nd Team All
Metro, Special Recognition All State, and Outstanding Offensive Back.
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Left to right: Mindy Elzea, Susie Moore, April Flager, Charise Hines, Cami Lewellan, Kathy Brown, Rhana
Thornburgh, Karren Duke, Laura Kennell Back center: Sponsor Glenda Payne
Cheerleaders are the pride and in-
spiration of every athlete. They work
hard, look good, and are responsible for
the spirit of an entire school.
Our varsity cheerleaders proved their
excellence early this year by receiving
four blue ribbons at summer camp at
T.U. They also were awarded one red
ribbon and the spirit stick.
Under the leadership of sponsor Mrs.
Glenda Payne, the varsity squad also
qualified for finals in Award of Ex-
cellence competition and captured run-
"Cheering at UHS is great," said
newcomer Mindy Elzea. "The students
have a lot more spirit here, except at
pep assemblies. Union students have
real pride in their school and their
1. Junior April Flager shares a laugh with the
Renegade Rooster. 3. With her arm raised in
salute, senior Kathy Brown, cheers the Renegades
on to victory.
J .V. equals Varsity
record of 9-1
The Junior Varsity foot-
ball team finished this
season with an impressive
9-1 record. Though the at-
tention was focused upon
the Varsity team, hard work,
team spirit, and sweat was
put into this 1983 squad.
Coach Hanlin and the team
finished out the season with
a 21-20 overtime win against
the Bartesville Bruins.
Coach Hanlin promises an
equally successful season
next year including many
hopeful sophomores. With
the completion of this
season, some of the players
played on the varsity team
which beat East Central in
the first round of the
playoffs but lost a tear
jerker to Broken Arrow in
the second round. The
Renegades have a tradition
of exceptional Junior Varsi-
ty team, and this year's
squad lived up to their
Bottom L to R: DeAngelo Williams, Mike Skates, Darren Easily, Billy Cherry, David Ellis, Mark Seehafer, Neal Hope, Ron Fischer, Brent Long. lst: Chris Humes,
Shay Braun, Scott Witty, Kelly Goodwin, Tony Snoddy, Roger Wheeler, Randall Brown, Biff Norman, Mike Bates, Charles Witt. 2nd: Keith Pearson, Brad Beck,
Brian Greif, Shawn Lankford, Michael Martin, Bart Benson, Michael Macoubrie, Brad Beam, Rick Vaughan, Mike Roberts, Bob Sanders. 3rd: Brian Corry, William
Wilkerson, Mitch Payne, Kendall Hopkins, Bruce Dieterlen, Tim Gray, Pat Kinney, Jimmy Lea, Scott Waner, Brian Prince, Mike Abdo, Cam Williams.
1. Opposite: Junior Rick Vaughan, J.V. quarterback, runs for a first down. 2. 2. The J.V. team if led by running back Keith Pearson. 3. Juniors Mark
Randall Brown shows his intense outlook towards the game. 3. Juniors Seehafer and Ronnie Fischer relax after another victory.
Shawn Lankford and Bruce Dieterlen watch the intense game from the sideline.
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Mike Cook, Chris Kinnison, Jimmy Murray, Steve Mathis, Darrin Brost, 3rd row: Wendall Williams, Brad Poindexter, David Salyer, Jeff Graefe, John Green, Steve
Leippert, Darryl Clark, Shawn Downes, Brian Martin, 4th row: Jeff Eycleshymer, Billy Goombi, Bobby Fereira, Chris Cabbiness, Mike Duke, Tommy Keitges, James
Watt, Steve Ellig, Shane Weissinger, 5th row: Andy Short, Ken Isaacson, Matt Kinney, Joe Stagg, Mark Thomspson, Terry Harrell, David Malwick, Kyle Rhodes, Pat
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Right to left: Renae Shider, Deanna Birchem, Patty Pratz, Sherry Adams, Wendy Montgomery, Stacey Graham,
Jill Onstott, Kristin Adams, Melinda Conner, Tracey McDonough
lts hard to imagine a sport
without cheerleaders. They raise
spirit for the team, decorate the
school, bake cookies and cakes
for the players, and get hoarse
from yelling during a close game.
The job bf a J.V. cheerleader is
especially difficult, for they are
responsible for supporting two
teams at the same time, the
sophomores and the junior
Under the direction of Mrs.
Glenda Payne, the J.V. squad at-
tended camp at T.Ll. and brought
home four blue ribbons. They also
qualified for state competition
held in January of '84.
"Being a cheerleader is fun, but
it's hard work," said Wendy
Montgomery. "You really have to
stay in shape. But I enjoy it,
school spirit is important."
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2. J.V. cheerleaders lead a cheer at a football game. 3. Sophomore Patty Pratz
prays for a victory against Sand Springs.
J.V. Cheerleaders 49
The 1983 girls' softball team finished
out the year with an impressive 22 and
6 record under one arm and the district
championship under the otheri Slowed
by inexperience at the first of the
season, the team eventually got into the
swing of things, and finished with a
respectable record. Of course Coach
Jones is looking forward to next season,
with more victories and trophies.
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Top row, left to right: Coach Jones, Angie Pierce, Janet Harris, Vicki Hernadez, Sue Schock, Stacey Hendrickson, Gina Daily, Tammy Dill Bottom row, left to right:
Jennie Seehafer, Nicci Simmons, Gina Tener, Shawn Davidson, Tina Dill
Clockwise from upper left: 1. As Stephanie
Todd and Moni Johnson look on, Sue Schock
sets her sights on a pop fly. 2. Once again,
Stephanie Todd barely beats the throw to first.
3. Adding another run to the score, Gina Tener
trots past home. 4. Warming up in the on deck
circle, Stephanie Todd gets ready to bat.
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A team with no full time returning starters,
this years roundballers showed that hard
work, determination, and a winning drive can
make a great team. The team finished the
regular season at .500 C11-IU and 12-13
overall. The Redskins defeated Muskogee in
the first round of the playoffs, thus becoming
the first Union team to do so in many years.
Also, the Redskins gained the honor of
Coached by Joe Holladay, the team was led
by seniors Brian Finley, Darrin McDonald,
and Randy Hayes. These seniors along with
junior Mitch Payne provided the most power
at the offensive boards. The team showed
that they could not be beaten when they lost
six in a row, but came back to win six in a
row. Coach Holladay said, "I'm as proud of
them as any team l've coached."
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Left to right: Steve Frazier, Randy Hayes, Phil Rhees, Darrin McDonald, and Brian Finley.
Clockwise from opposite left: 1. Darrin
McDonald anticipates another Brian
Finley point. 2. Darrin McDonald
watches as Mark Thompson wins a re-
bound, 3. Brian Finley 0321 waits as
Darrin McDonald shoots over a Jenks
defender. 4. Mark Thompson 0221,
Brian Finley, and Randy Hayes watch as
Pat Kinney takes a six foot jumper. 5. De-
fying gravity, Pat Kinney lays another
Basketball has really been a trying
sport for the varsity girls' this year.
Despite their 4-18 record, the girls' gave
it their all!
Basically, they had a rebuilding year.
With only four returning seniors, the
girls had to rely on their spirit to get
them through. The underclassmen
made important contributions, too.
Junior Cynthia Verner led the team in
scoring, and freshman Denise Ogburn
showed promise in her first year on the
Another accomplishment was that
senior Tommie Smith was chosen as a
Mercantile Bank Athlete of the Month.
The girls' are to be commended for their
spirit, dedication and Union Pride.
Left to right, Top row: Coach Cheryl Ford, Stephanie Todd, Janet Harris, Karen Tabor, Tommie Smith, Carolyn Walters, Lori Huckabee. Ist
row: Kendis Forsman, Lynn Collier, Nicci Simmons, Teresa Holmes, Susan Schock, Cynthia Verner, Denise Ogburn, Kathy Bell, and Billye
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Clockwise from opposite left: 1. Heidi Campbell looks for Lynn Collier to in-
bound the ball to. 2. Tommie Smith makes a pass to Lynn Collier for a set
up. 3. Heidi Campbell attempts to trap a Lady Cat player. 4. Lynn Collier
14340 watches as Cynthia Verner launches another 2 points.
Clockwise from above left: 1. Mark Thompson
Q'22j and Mitch Payne 0' 151 head down court as Sid
Burcham grabs a rebound. 2. Jay Dockweiler looks
for a teammate to rebound to. 3. Brian Finley, Tim
Gray, and Darrin McDonald 14231 wait for the ball
from Mark Thompson.
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Left to right, Top row: Coach Mark Dobbins, Todd Edmunds, Sid Burcham, Pat Kinney, Ist row
Mark Hamilton, Mitch Payne, Tim Gray, and Jay Dockweiler.
Left to right, Top row: Coach Cheryl Ford, Laurenda Walston, Tonya Morrow, Christine Moore, Shannon
Bowman, Paula Dover, Heidi Campbell, and Coach Ron Evans. 2nd row: Lynn Collier, Kendis Forsman,
Kathy Bell, Billye Bocock. Ist row: Nicci Simmons, Teresa Holmes, and Susan Schock.
The boys J.V. basketball team ended
the season with a disappointing record
of 4-11. Although the season was
frustrating in terms of the record, it
proved to be very instrumental in the
future success of the squad. The Red-
skins were led in scoring by Mike
Frisby, but the whole team contributed
a great effort. The 84-85 season looks
The girls J.V. basketball team strug-
gled to a season record of 5-IO. The
team, made up of mostly freshmen and
sophomores, proved they could play
together and showed promise for next
l. Susan Schock looks for a teammate to pass
the ball to. 2. Denise Ogburn drives through the
lane to the basket and 2 points.
Bell, and Billye Bocock.
Left to right, Top row: Mark Thompson, Joe Stagg, Coach Kelly Clark, Mike Frisby, Mike Vines.
Ist row: Carl Coler, Kyle Rhodes, Jeff Ray, Steve Mathis, Jeff Parker, and Chris Hawkins.
58 SOPH. BASKETBALL
Left to right, Top row: Coach Cheryl Ford, Laurenda Walston, Tonya Morrow, Christine Moore, Shannon
Bowman, Paula Dover, Heidi Campbell, Coach Ron Evans. Ist row: Lynn Collier, Kendis Forsman, Kathy
Above: 1. Mark Thompson leaps to avoid a Sapulpa defender
and make a shot. 2. Mark Thompson attempts to tip the ball
to an awaiting Carl Coler,
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Kim Travers, Adrienne Jarnigan, Vada Gullett, Chris Hall, Heather Hawkins, Michaele O'Neill Not Pictured: Cindy
Broderick, president, and Tona Bessent
A new auxiliary organization
was formed this year to serve as
assistants to the boys' varsity
basketball team. Fondly dubbed
by Coach Holladay as the "Court
Cuties", these girls basically
served as managers and spirit
The girls gave water and towels
to the players during the games
and decorated the locker room
and the halls with spirit signs.
They also made spirit boxes for
the team during Homecoming
Week and a Christmas party for
them was hosted by Coach
Two cuties, Michaele O'Neill
and Tona Bessent, traveled to
Springfield, Missouri with the
team for a tournament.
The Court Cuties were an at-
tractive addition to this year's
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1. Junior Pat Kinney jumps to
regain control of the ball. 2.
Queen Janet Harris seems to
enjoy the pressure on her lap of
Flower Girl Mandi Morton. Mandi
is the daughter of accounting
teacher Mrs. Deana Morton. 3.
Tomi Smith vies with a Ponca
City player for the tip off. Despite
supreme effort, the girls' lost their
bid for a homecoming victory.
It was the best of times
The fans and team supporters looked on intently as the Red-
skins put on a spectacular show during the homecoming
game. The boys worked hard and had one of their best seasons
Despite their loss, the girls' team had pride and spirit during
a year of working and rebuilding.
Janet Harris and her court presided as the Redskins whipped
the Wildcats of Ponca City 52-45. The seniors had an outstand-
ing homecoming game, but the underclassmen's contributions
were also important.
The highlight of the homecoming game, though, was the
premier performance of the Union Winterguard. The guard per-
formed to standing ovations at both the assembly and halftime
of the game.
Looking back, seniors can remember 1984 homecoming as a
time of success and a time for memories.
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1. Pat Kinney leaps over a Ponca City defender for a two point lay up. 2. Cynthia Verner takes a jump
shot from the top of the key. 3. No homecoming is complete without the traditional kiss.
The feeling is
One of basketbaIl's leading ladies, Janet
Harris, received the recognition she deserv-
ed for three years as a varsity player, as
she was crowned 1984 basketball queen.
She is pictured below with her court. Back
row: Steve Frazier, Lynn Collier, Mark
Thompson, Randy Hayes, Darrin
McDonald, Brian Finley, Sid Burcham,
Cynthia Verner, Phil Rhees. Front row: Lori
Huckabee, Janet Harris, Karen Tabor.
THERE'S ONLY CNE
TO TAKE IT DOW
The 1983-84 wrestling
season officially started
December 1, but long before
then the wrestlers were
engaging in grueling one-on-
one combat practice. Pulling
weight forced these
courageous young men to
go as far as skipping their
Christmas meal for the good
of the team.
Although the season
started off with a win
against Sand Springs, the
majority of Union's students
caught a first glimpse of the
team during the Llnion
Classic. This year's team
ended up with an overall
season record of twelve
wins and six losses.
After defeating Webster in
the last duel of the regular
season the Redskins went to
Regional Competition and
captured first place. This
win qualified six wrestlers
for State Competition.
At the state meet, two
wrestlers, Baron Blakley and
Jack Cherry, walked away
with state titles. Johnnie
Walker placed fourth in his
weight class and the team
placed fourth overall - an
impressive finish to an im-
Clockwise from opposite page 1. With his arm
raised in a victory salute, sophomore James Watt
wins another decision in the heavyweight class. 2.
State champion Baron Blakley goes head to
head with his opponent. 3. Junior Mike Roberts
tries to escape his precarious position on his way
to a decision. 4. Jack Cherry gets some strong
armed advice from Coach West. 5. lt's not the
latest dance, it's junior Billy Cherry trying to take
down his opponent.
lt's a satisfying decision
Ist row: Billy Ruckman, Jack Cherry, Mike Gibson, Billy Pierce, Mike Finley, Jeff Jordan, Kip Ewing, Corwin Chang. 2nd row: David Adair, Johnnie Walker, Darryl
Clark, Baron Blakely, Mike Roberts, Shawn Lankford, Jeff Walker. 3rd row: Scot Johnson, Joe Kim, Brian Gist, Steve Hardt, Terry Zinn. 4th row: Mike Bates, Vince
Stephan, Keith Kapple, Trevis Hulse, Thad Dale, Paul Payne, Kelly Goodwin.
Opposite Page 1. Coach West discusses
valuable strategy with sophomore Butch Gay. 2.
With one minute left in the second period, Jack
Cherry tries to psyche his opponent by staring
him down. 3. Junior Baron Blakley goes for a
pin on his way to the state championship in
Brian Prince takes advantage of a time out to get some extra coaching from Tim Johnson and Coach West,
THEY HAD TO
This year's wrestling
team produced three
special individualsg Jack
Cherry Baron Blakley,
and Johnnie Walker. All
three of these young men
placed in competition at
the state level. Jack and
Baron walked away with
the number one ranking.
All year long these
wrestlers have worked
for the teamg always
striving to reach their per-
Both Jack and Johnnie
are seniors and so their
wins at state topped off
two very impressive high
school wrestling careers.
Baron, a junior, has
another year with new
successes to look for-
ward to in 1985. These
three young men deserve
recognition as outstand-
ing team members, and
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State Champs: Baron Blakely 11481, Johnnie Walker 11309, Jack Cherry 11233
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Top row: Glenda Payne, Christine Jones, Meredith Lancaster, Cindy George, Dana Seeber, Vada Gullet. Bottom row: Carey Adams, Celane Cahill, Stephanie
Hollands, Tami Pippin, Krista Farrier,
1. Christine Jones waves hello to one of our
photographers. 2. Sophomore Carey Adams
and Krista Farrier along with senior Cindy George
pause for a moment of fun during one of the many
OLIR SPIRIT IS ALIVE
WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS 69
1. Billy Cherry pins down a struggling opponent. 2.
Victory is won by Senior Rob Byers. 3. Sweet, one
second kiss given by Johnnie Walker to Cindy
George was actually caught on film during the
homecoming assembly. 4. Christine Jones anx-
iously awaits the homecoming ceremony. 5. Junior
Brian Prince gets a firm hold of this Cardinal. 6. The
queen and her court observe our winning team.
Redskins take down Cardinals
Nothing is sweeter than a homecoming victory, no matter what the sport. The Red-
skin Wrestlers won their homecoming duel against East Central decisively with almost
every wrestler winning his match. Spirit, long practices, and dedication contributed to
The cheerleaders decorated the gym and the lockers and distributed spirit boxes to
At the assembly Cindy George was crowned queen and she and her court presided
over the assembly which included performances by the drill team and the cheerleaders.
"We were all nervous," commented senior Johnnie Walker, the queen's escort, "but
we made it!"
The queen and her court were presented again that night before the duel and cheered
the wrestlers on to victory.
Redskin pride, team unity, and superior performances by everyone made 1984
homecoming a success and a happy memory.
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The dream of every American girl is to
wear the glittering crown of a homecoming
queen. For Cindy George, this dream has
come true. The queen and her court as
follows: Back row: Butch Gay, Billy
Cherry, Rob Byers, Johnnie Walker, Jack
Cherry, and Baron Blakely. Bottom row:
Tina McCoy, Christine Jones, Paige
Tieszen, Cindy George, Dawn Gullett, and
Queen Cindy George escorted by King Johnnie Walker
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Junior attendant Christine Jones Sophomore attendant Tina McCoy Junior attendant Dana Seeber
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Short But Sweet rr
The 83-84 girls track team had a
very good season this year. They plac-
ed second in both the Union meet and
Broken Arrow meet. The mile relay
team which consisted of Cynthia
Verner, Eimile Ryan, Stephanie Todd,
and Lori Bushyhead placed first in
Regionals and Conference. The two
mile relay team which consisted of
Julie Hecht, Cynthia Verner, Eimile
Ryan, and Lori Bushyhead placed first
in Regionals and Conference. These
girls put in long hours of hard work
and determination which helped to
74 Girls Track
bring Union to a second place tie for
ninety points at Regionals and second
place at Conference.
The track team had six girls qualify
for state finals. They were Cynthia
Verner, Julie Hecht, Janet Harris,
Eimile Ryan, Lori Bushyhead, and
Stephanie Todd. Despite losing three
Seniors, the team hopes to do as well
next year. The Redskins appreciate
the effort the girls put out that helps
make Union one of the best schools
1. Senior Lori Bushyhead, concentrates on her determination to win. 2. Senior Stephanie Todd, giving it her
all while competing in the 100 yard low hurdles. 3. Front row: Jamie Bolinger, Eimile Ryan, Ashley Thompson,
Stephanie Todd, Lori Bushyhead, Shawna Hodges, Tina McCoy. Back row: Cynthia Verner, Julie Roberts, Julie
Cotner, Tammi Williams, Janet Harris, Julie Hecht.
1. Seniors Mark Hulet and Carl Cabbiness broke records in the 100 and 200 meter dash this year.
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The 1984 boys track team sprinted through
the season by taking first place in the Frontier
Conference Tournament as well as the Cen-
tral Invitational and the Union Invitational
Tournament. The track team also placed se-
cond in the North East Oklahoma Invita-
tional, Broken Arrow lnvitational, and the
Regional Tournament. Many long time school
and conference records were broken.
Mark Hulet in the 100 meter dash, Carl
Cabbiness in the 200 meter dash, and Jimmy
Lea in the 400 meter dash set individual con-
ference records. The relay team of Mark
Hulet, Carl Cabbiness, Bryan Corry, and Jim
Crable shattered the 400 meter relay race.
The 1600 meter relay record was broken by
the team of Jimmy Lea, Carl Cabbiness,
Bryan Corry, and Karl Koehler. Memories of
the year's track team will reign supreme not
only in the minds of those who participated,
but those who were lucky enough to see them
Top row, left to right: Coach Bill Padgett, Jimmy Lea, Brian Prince, Andy Short, Mark Allen, Mike Cook, Chris Cabbiness, Kendall Hopkins, Tod Krier, Carl Cab-
biness, Jeff Hines, Mark Hulet, Doug Collins, Bryan Corry, Eric Pugh. Bottom row, left to right: Alton Haney, Mike Geis, Jeff Law, Tom Keitges, Greg Moore, George
Linnhan, Fred Slatcher, Mike Miller, Mark Seehafer, Mike Brown, Lance Hulet, Jim Crable, John Stratman. Notpictured: Assistant Coach Chris Keller.
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1. Mark Allen, Mike Gels, and Tod
Krier stand exhausted after running. 2.
Tod Krier strives to win at State. 3.
Victory is ahead for Tod Krier. 4.
Jamie Mann passes her opponent. 5.
Emilie Ryan, Sophomore, gives it all
Left to Right: Tod Krier, Mike Miller, Mark Allen, Doug Collins and Mike Geis.
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The sport of Cross Country evokes images of
running in the cool fall air, but our Cross Country
team started running in the sweltering summer
heat, working and sweating with the hope of going
Coaches Jim Bradshaw, Don Jones, and Diane
Walker coaxed, trained and encouraged the run'
ners through hard practices and close meets.
There diligence and stamina paid off as the Red-
skins won the conference meet and sent nine run-
ners to state.
Competing for the girls' team were senior Lori
Bushyhead, juniors Ashley Thompson and Julie
Hecht, sophomores Kim Nix and Emily Ryan, and
freshman Jamie Mann.
The boys' team sent senior Mike Creis and
juniors Todd Krier and Mark Allen.
"Running this year was a really rewarding ex-
perience for me," commented Lori Bushyhead, "I
was the only senior on the team and l was
honored to be the captain of such a great group. I
am proud that the entire girls' team qualified for
state. This was a fun year.!"
Running long distances takes stamina, concen-
tration, and a great deal of dedication. Our Cross
Country Redskins have what it takes to be
The i984 Redskin varsity
baseball team finished the year
with a regular season record of
20-8. This marks the sixth con-
secutive year the Redskins
have produced twenty or more
wins. Many long standing
records were broken this
season, one being the most
home runs in a season. The
team knocked 38 over the
fence. Third baseman Brian
Grief led the team with nine
Not expected to do well this
season because of the many
underclassmen, the Redskins
turned the heads of the fans
and the sportswriters by
finishing the regular season
sweeping a doubleheader from
Jenks. This gave them their
third straight conference cham-
pionship. They went on to cap-
ture the regional title which
gave them a berth in the state
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First row: Matt Saint, Jimmy Murray, Biff Norman, Jeff Ray, Brent Long, Coach Arrowood Second row: Rick
Vaughan, Brian Grief, Tim Aldrich, Robert Shears, Darren Johnston, Bryan Craig Third row: Coach Hanlin, Mike Rohi-
ing, John Ecton, Mark Thompson, Kerry Planer, Mitch Payne, Coach Payne
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Race Toward State
Almost A11 the Way
The Redskins charged into the playoffs with a feeling of
excitement in the air. The first round game was against the
number one team in the state, Del City. The Redskins held
their fans on the edge of their seats by coming back from a
4-O deficit to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh. They
went on to capture the victory 5-4 in the tenth inning. Ex-
hausted after four straight days of play, the Redkins lost in
the second round to a well-rested Moore squad. The season
ended with a 23-10 record and a sense of great pride.
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Clockwise from upper left: Anticipating a hit, third
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the team, Coach Larry Arrowood. 3. Senior catcher
Mike Rohling throws the ball back after a strike. 4.
Rick Vaughan hurls a pitch toward an unsuspecting
batter. 5. The throw to first baseman Kerry Planer is
a little late to catch the baserunner.
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Our Best Get Better
Follow the Leader
The Jr. Varsity Baseball team had a very suc-
cessful season. They finished the season with a 12-
4 record and won the consolation bracket of the
Bixby J.V. Metro Tournament. They were led by
junior Scott Witte, with a .429 average. Biff Nor
1. Warming up for the game, Jeff Ray takes a -f
few practice swings. 2. No it's not a scarecrow,
it's Tim Aldrich throwing a pitch. 3. Coach
Payne, Coach Martray, and the rest of the team S
wait in suspense for the next pitch.
man and Brent Long were also major assets to
the team. Despite being rained out of IO games,
the squad's spirit and determination never
faltered. The strong record of the J.V. Redskins
promises a strong varsity next year.
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1. Kerry Planer follows through after a hard hit. 2. With the look of deter-
mination, Mark Wood prepares to release a pitch. 3. Gritting his teeth, Mike
Roling tries to wind down after hitting a game winning home run.
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The gymnastics team had a winning
season. The hard work and dedication
of these girls certainly paid off as each
girls placed at every competition and
most of them placed as high as third or
The girls put out all of their effort to
make their team the best by attending
gymnastics workshops and practicing
long hours every day.
ln the past gymnastics has not re-
ceived much recognition, but this year
the team showed their school spirit and
pride by performing at pep assemblies.
They also gave an excellent halftime
performance at a basketball game fpic-
Coach Cheryl Ford trained and guid-
ed the following girls: sophomores Kar-
rie Harris fpictured abovej and Lori
Smithg freshmen Heather Williams and
Kim Geusg and eighth graders Michelle
Stanfield, Debbie McCarl and Shannon
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Another sport was added to the athletic
department this year. Girls and boys soccer
finally emerged as a varsity sport. Over fifty
boys tried out for the fifteen man squad
coached by former Tulsa Roughneck Alan
Woodward. The boys finished with a record of
IO-2. The only losses came from a 2-1 beating
by Holland Hall and a 4-2 loss to Jenks in the
city semi-finals. Don Cooper coached the '84
girls team. The girls started out slowly, but
got the ball rolling by the end of the season.
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the importance of keeping your eye on the ball as sophomore Mike Mcltliel
Comes back to help. 2. Settling ball, senior Ken Dugan sets up another
attack while Matt Muratore sprints down the wing. 3. Freshman Chris
Reed challenges an Edison forward for the ball.
Although a group shot of both teams was unavailable, the members of the
boys varsity are: Chris Langley, Todd Cotton, Jimmy Hampton, Robert
Foster, Kenny Dugan, Chris Reed, Bill Monson, Matt Muratore, Bill
McHugh, Mike Gels, Brian Morgan, John Stratman, Barry Bulman, Ron
Poleson, and Mike Mclhliel.
Members of the girls team are: Trina Willyard, Cathy Clasing, Toni Tener,
Janie Cooper, Dana Hamblin, Robin Paluck, Jamie Ketcher, Kim Hender-
son, Tanza Latimer, Kristen Schuster, Shannon Pearson, Beth Bulman, and
Front row: Bruce Dieterlen, Bob Sanders, Doug Miller, Rob Warner. Back Row Jennifer Harrison Greg Williams Steve Slmianer Doug Gower Tim
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One of the Redskins'
best kept athletic secrets
is the golf team. With an
increase in team size for
the boys and girls both
teams had .a winning
season. Despite the fact
that rain played a domi-
nant force in the golf
season, the girls took se-
cond in state while the
guys just barely missed
qualifying for state. "Golf
is one sport where you
play as an individual, but
score as a team," said
senior Jennifer Harrison
who has participated in
state competition for four
One may wonder
where to find our tennis
players sixth hour. These
individuals are at Haikey
Creek every day after
school practicing their
volley and their serve.
With all this practice
Llnion's tennis team has
perfected their craft and
pulled off a surprising
season. For the first time
ever the guys had a
doubles team, Jimmy
Lawbaugh and Richard
Lopez, qualify for state.
The girls team also sent
Gina Tener to state for
her second competition.
clockwise from left 1. Sophomore Gina Tener
engages in an intense volley. 2. Junior Natalie
---- 'M - Edmond pulls back for a serve. 3. Senior Dar-
ren VanHorn practices his swing.
Front row: Jimmy Lawbaugh, Natalie Edmond, Ken Camille. Back row: Richard Lopez, Gina Tener, Brian Kane.
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1. Steve Pruitt, Tony Gooch,
and Steve Overturf try to see if
Kelly Niles really is unsinkable.
2. Power and grace are
displayed by Kelly Niles as she
performs the very strenuous
Ist row: Shane Weissinger, Steve Overturf, Melinda Conner, Lori McClain 2nd
row: Steve Pruitt, Damon Waggoner, Kelly Niles, Chris Hall
The two year old Redskin Swim team did very well this
season considering the size of the team.
The swim team won their first trophy at the Oolagah invita-
tional with a third place over all out of the seven teams that
were there. Kelly Niles took two first places: one in the 100
meter backstroke and one in the 200 meter individual medley.
Steve Overturf also captured two first places: one in the 100
meter backstroke and one in the 50 meter freestyle.
Kelly was the only team member to place at the state meet.
She took fourth place in the 100 meter backstroke and eighth
place in the 200 meter individual medley.
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The volleyball program had a rough
time this year, considering this was only
the fourth year to have a volleyball
team at Union. With only one returning
starter and a brand new coach, Cheryl
Ford, they pulled through with a six and
nine record for the regular season.
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was rewarded in another way: Two
members, Jennie Seehafer and Karen
Hamburger possessed enough talent to
make the All-Conference team. All in all
the girls had a good season. Their hard
work and dedication is deeply
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cessfully returning the ball to the opposing team.
2. Junior Karen Hamberger, starts her serve.
3. Jeannie Kimm, sophomore, practices her
serving techniques. 4. Front row: Kim Jones,
Tracy Moore, Lisa Gilbert, Jeannie Kimm. Reem
Habib. Back row: Lenymar Huerta, Vender
Walston, Karen Hamberger, Jennie Seehafer,
Shannon Wagner, Melanie Monteith, Sandy
Foster. Not pictured: Michelle Cummins.
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Jananne Abbott Mike Adams Wade Adams
Kirsten Anderson Barbie Anhalt Jeff Arnold
Preston Bacon Tracey Baddley Monty Baker
Karen Barrett Valisa Barton Debbie Batson
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Bradley, vice presidentg Mrs. Judy McCormack, sponsor. The class officers organized and carried out many senior ac-
tivities. Bryan has been president of the Class of '84 since ninth grade. Andi' Bess
Tona Bessent Todd Bever Lisa Billings Jackie Billingslea
Halloween fell on the first day of Senior Pride Week, so Susie Sutton donned a
long-forgotten uniform on Senior Costume Day.
Andrea Blankenship Lisa Blaylock
Kevin Brase Richard Brasel
Bobby Bingham Trandy Birch
Jeff Bishop Shauna Blair
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Cindy Broderick Cammie Brown
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left to right are Mike Beard, Troy Daer, Steve Frazier, Damon Waggoner, Phil Rhees, Johnnie Walker, Mike Steele, and
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Computers are a relatively new addition to the math and business program.
Here, Thad Dale seems a little in awe of the thinking machines.
Bil Canfield Kellie Carper
Jack Cherry Mike Christi
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Cheri Cochran Karen Collier
Chris Conley Mike Converse
Staci Cortner Cherry Cottingham
Jim Crable Bryan Craig Craig Cummings Dawn Cummings
Before the addition of the Union Performing Arts Center, the stagecraft class had to meet in some strange places. ln the
classroom to the woodshop, Eric Litsey and Keisha Marion read a play before they start to build the set.
Susanne Daigneault Thad Dale Glenna Dane
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Chris Davidson Shawn Day Dolores DeArmon
Cathy Denson David Dick Cheryl Dickmann Lisa Diffenderfer
Teri Dikeman Stacey Downes SanDee Dragoo Brian Dugan
Kenny Dugan Karen Duke
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it looks as if Kathy Brown and Karen Duke have a secret ambitions to be a cud-
dly baby and a clown. The girls' were dressed up for senior costume day.
Tommy Durbin John Ecton Julie Elam
Robin Ellis Steven Etter Kellie Escue
Tracy Findley Michele Finn Brian Finley
Steve Frazier Susan Franklin Tom Freiling
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Cheryl Hagin Teri Hailey
Not just another pretty face, Jimmy Lawbaugh flirts with the camera, Rumor
has it Jim was on his way to Rocky Horror Picture Show, but stopped in to
deliver an essay to Mr. Weaver.
Teresa Harper Janet Harris
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Scott Hastings Jeff Hartung Philip Hayden Randy Hayes
Terri Heath Darren Hensley Charlie Hicks Brian Hight
Jeff Hines Chuck Hodges Gwen Hodges Stephanie Hollands
Chris Hoover Chris Hosch Malissa Howell Dan Howard
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Bill Howison Cindy Hubbard Lori Huckabee Marleny Huerta
Mark Hulet Gina Humbyrd Scott Hunter Karen Hurn
Vien Huynh Tacy Joffe Kyle Johnson Lynelle Johnson
Renee Johnson Randy Johnston Ricky Johnston Rena Jones
Senior Board lst row - Karla Bardley, Janice Payne, Stacey Downes, Lisa Knowles, Susie Sutton, Dawn Gullett, Debbie Brown. Jennifer Koskey, Yun Hui Kang,
Kurt Snodgrass, 2nd row - Bryan Craig, Mrs. McCormack, Phil Rhees, Darshi Shah, Tona Bessent, Lisa Diffenderfer, Jennie Seehafer 3rd row - Steve Frazier, Bur-
ton Copeland, Tina O'Banion, Lisa Blaylock, SanDee Dragoo, Sarah Glocker 4th row - Chuck Sigman, Lori Bushyhead, Darrin McDonald, Damon Waggoner, Terri
Tinker, 5th row - Wade Adams, Tommy Durbin, Darren VanHorn, Kris Perry 6th row - James Harrison
Robert Jones Vickie Jones Chris Kaiser Yun Hui Kang
Tracie Kennon Stephen Kelley Laura Kennell Stephanie Kern
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Arthur McCune Chuck McDonald Darrin McDonald
Pep rallies in the stadium were new this year since the gym floor was being replaced, and the seniors found they liked be-
ing outside to cheer. The class of '84 showed the rest of us what unity was all about.
Ted McMorrough Lisa Maddox
Darren Van Horn enjoys some delectable delicacies at a French Club party at
Madame Reid's home. The French Club enjoys delicious French cuisine
whenever possible, Shanna Marlow Tommy Marrs
Rhonda Martin Chris Maxey Crystal Mayo Mark Mead
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Carmie Murphy Christy Myers
"l'm sure glad you're wearing a slip," grins Tommy Marrs as he carries
Michelle Harmon's train. The couple was married in a mock wedding as a part
ofthe marriage unit in Family Living class.
Sung Joon Park Mark Patrick Janice Payne Dayna Penix
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Sherry Penner Kris Perry Kelli Petsinger Kerry Planer
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Robin Price Steven Pruitt Renee Purget Mike Quihuis
Leslie Randolph Scott Reibert Steven Reiser Dee Dee Reisinger
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Carl Cabbiness gives a dashing rendition of Elvis Presley's "I'll Have a Blue
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Every senior will hold the everlasting memory of our exciting varsity footba
team. They carried us to the state championship playoffs with a 10-2 rece'
and left us proud.
Caught up in the romantic mood of the Christmas Formal, John Ecton gives
Rhana Thornburgh a kiss.
Fred Slatcher Ernie Smith
Kurt Snodgrass Kim Somers
David Spreeman Sudha Srinivasan Carla Stamback Lisa Stapp
Kathy Starkey Mike Steele Bill Stein Steven Stevenson
Tony Suri Susie Sutton Karen Tabor Richard Taylor
Lori Teel Shawn Teeters Rhana Thornburgh Tammi Thornton
Paige Tieszen Terri Tinker
Lisa Tucker Angela Turner
Scott Tobey Stephanie Todd
Donna Turner Steven Twist
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Robin Vandiver Rhonda Vanderboegh Darren VanHorn Laura VanMieghem
Tommy Vannoy Wendy Vasquez
Greg Wadsworth Brent Wagner
Troy Waites Johnnie Walker Carolyn Walters
Tara Watson Denise Weingartner Kari Wells
Chris White Scott White Van Widick
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Sandra Zachry Stephanie Zane Charles Zang
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behind the football team and gives them the confidence for victory.
Fiddler on the Roof
When the curtain rose at the annual
musical, the audience experienced a
new realm of feelings. For the first time
ever in history, students and parents
alike were able to view a large scale pro-
duction in a real theater.
Each scene of the play flowed expert-
ly together. Set changes were made
with ease and the orchestra pit added a
new dimension to the feeling of "real
theater." The audience became so
engrossed with the story line that many
commented the performance seemed
Darin Farr gave a hauntingly realistic
performance of Tevye, the Jewish man
stuck on tradition. His leading lady,
Elizabeth Kenley, playing his wife
Golde, complimented Darin with her
own excellent performance. All in all,
the actors and actress of the musical
Fiddler on the Roof put on an excellent
1. Out of desperation, Tevye, concocts a dream to convince his wife Golde
Qportrayed by Liz Kenleyl that their oldest daughter should marry Motel the
tailor. 2. The entire cast adds special haunting effects to depict the "Dream
Scene". 3. Chris Hoover as Motel and Tami Pippin as Tzeitel join hands in ho-
ly matrimony. 4. During the dream sequence, Leigh Stewart as Grandmother
Tzeitel attempts to persuade Tevye fDarrin Farrb to have Tzeitel marry Motel.
5. During one of the many rehearsals over a two month period Senior Jimmy
Lawbaugh and Darin Farr diligently practice the "To Life" scene,
Our Hearts Belong to Grandpa
On March 30, 1984, three firsts took place at Union High School, The first student
assembly was held in the new Performing Arts Center, The National Honor Society held its
first tapping ceremony, And, to top off the festivities, an honorary graduation was held for
a retiring staff member. Gene Cherry, affectionately known to one and all as i'Grandpa
Cherry" was retiring, thus ending his seven years' career as building engineer at the High
School. His many friends wanted to do more than have just a retirement party, so they
decided that the special thing to do would be to have Grandpa graduate as a member of
the Class of '84
The graduation ceremony began at the close of the National Honor Society's tapping
ceremony when Brian Craig, Senior Class President, introduced Grandpa to the student
body. Brian had Grandpa don the appropriate graduation cap and gown. Then, the Presi'
dent of NHS made him an honorary member of the Society by giving him his own honor
stole. Once seated before the student body, Grandpa was treated to a special routine
created and performed by the Union High Steppers. After that the student chapter of the
American Red Cross Society presented him with a honorary membership and plaque in
appreciation of his service to others. Mr. Harold Stockstill, representing
l2O Grandpa Cherry
the District Administration Center, also presented a plaque of appreciation. Then, the
Choralettes entertained Grandpa with a personalized rendition of "My Heart Belongs tc
Grandpa also received some very neat gifts from his friends. Gil Cloud, Athletic Direc
tor, gave Grandpa a letter and letterman's jacket with his name in large block letters on
the back as well as two lifetime passes to all school athletic events, thus making him an
honorary letterman for his support of all the school's athletic endeavors. The cafeteria
ladies, with whom Grandpa lunched daily, gave him a handcrafted quilt depicting eventf
during his tenure at Union. Finally, since no graduating senior would leave school without
a class ring, Jerald Williams, High School Principal, presented Grandpa's clas ring to him,
To complete the ceremony, Dr. Wesley Jarman, Superintendent of Schools, presented
Grandpa with his honorary diploma making him a member of the Class of '84 graduating
class. The program closed with the cheerleaders leading the student body in a rousing
cheer that they had created uniquely for this very special man on the occasion of his
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From left to right: Burton Copeland, Finalistg Tacy Joffe, Finalist: Tommy Vannoy, Commended Studentg Cindy Broderick, Finalistg Bil Canfield, Finalistg Kevin
ational Merit Scholars
Never Quite Like This
The week that
It all came down to one week.
A crazy kaleidoscope - a patchwork quilt.
The memories, the madness of a year we would never
"More in '84l" we cried as we burst on the scene as
We fulfilled our prophecy - we were not only the largest,
but the best!
And for one week, through a whirlwind of activities leading
up to May 22 - the world was ours.
From the awards assembly to the senior breakfast - we
caught the spirit and made it our own.
We delivered what we promised. We left our mark.
We leave behind our shoe polish and our memories to enter
a world where friends are not as close and time goes by too
Carry on - the spirit of a senior will never die.
Clockwise from left: l. The Senior Assembly is a time to have fun and
show off as Chris Kaiser, Jeff Bishop and Mark Hulet imitate a Beach Boy
version of The Pips. 2. For three years Jimmy Lawbaugh has charmed
audiences with his magnificent voice. Here he performs at the Bac-
culaureate service held in the Union PAC. 3. Diane Sarey, a Highstepper
for three years, loves to dance and she got her chance to solo during the
Senior Assembly. 4. Wendy Vasquez pins a corsage on her mother at the
Senior Tea. This year, Home Economics teacher Mrs. Donna Smith was the
featured speaker. 5. No one can delight an audience more than Darin Farr
- or is it Prince? 6. Kelli Graybill and Cindy Broderick don't seem sure
of their meal at the Senior Breakfast held annually at Indian Springs Coun-
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End of a Beginning
The Final Day
lf only time would stop
And let me do what I forgot.
lf l could have another chance,
l'd surely take a different stance.
But since the day is finally here
And l must put aside all fear,
Now it's time to say "l can",
To meet this challenge like a man.
by Kenneth Dugan
Imagination Just Becomes
The auditorium was all a hush as the Band court filed down
the aisle. The girls in their beautiful dresses and the guys in
their tuxedos were sparkling with anticipation. The court in-
cluded: Sophomore Attendant Heather Gourdie escorted by
Jeff Switters, Junior Attendant Andrea Setser escorted by
Tommy Goad, Senior Attendant Kirsten Anderson escorted by
David Olson, Senior Attendant Gina Humbyrd escorted by
Chuck McDonald, and Queen Kelli Graybill escorted by Mike
The imagination of Kelli Graybill just became reality for an
evening, but tomorrow would be more hard practice at 7:00 in
1. Dressed in white, Mike Grimes places the honorary crown on Kelli
Graybill. 2. The Court is admired by the audience. 3. With a big smile,
Junior Attendant Andrea Setser listens to the music.
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Without Hard Work
The Renegade Regiment Colorguard began the year with
new instructors, new equipment, and new uniforms. Practice
was held every morning for two hours and sectionals were two
more hours after school two to four times a week. The changes
were for the better and their demanding rehearsals paid off as
they won the Best Guard trophy at the Pryor Contest, the Best
Rifles caption award at the Marching Bands of America
Regionals Contest in Houston, and the Outstanding Guard
trophy at the OBA State competition in Norman.
One of the most welcome additions to Redskin organizations
was Winterguard. This newly formed group stunned the stu-
dent body with their premier performances at pep assemblies
and impressed the judges at contest placing first in their first
two attempts. With bizarre costumes and precision movement,
the Winterguard let the Redskins know that they had arrived!
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cond row: Kelly Cummings, Sallie Wyatt, Tammy Dill, Genyce Griffin, Kim Herron, Brenda Davis, Saima
Makhdoom, Brum Khan. Third row: Rene Booker, Kim Zuiches, Angie Fulton, Karen Gettings, Stacy Boevers,
Lisa Billings, Stephanie Zane, Dawn Cummings, Andrea Setser, Melissa Beeton, Teresa Wheeler. Fourth row:
Wes Carwright, Dawn Fortney, Heather Gourdie, Robin Crabtree, Sherry Penner, Adrienne Jarnigan, Lori Teel,
Christine Wyatt, Jennifer Knapp, Alan Mueggenborg. Fifth row: Tammy Keltner, Julie Boevers, Stacy Hen-
drickson, Tracy Sanderson, Shawn Tuell.
Tubas - left to right: First row: Sean Smith, John Haner, Second row: John Demko, Third row: Brant Christenson, Andy Bess.
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Flutes - First row: Left to right: Joanie Temple, Rhonda Martin, Second row: Suzann Burnett, Aparna Mallavaram, Third row
Dana Mitchell, Brenda Behar, Michelle Cummins,
Aged for Smoothness The Band Plays On
The Renegade Regiment marched to the beat of a different
drummer this year. Under the direction of Mr. Dale Barnett, the
band captured first place in the Pryor Street and Field Competi-
tion and the Catoosa Port City Festival. They also received a
superior rating at District Marching Contest.
One of the highlights of the fall season was the trip to
Houston for the Marching Bands of America regional contest.
The Regiment placed ninth overall and was recognized for
At the Oklahoma Bandmasters Association in Norman, the
band placed first in Class 3A and third overall. They also
received awards for outstanding percussion and outstanding
In the spring, the Renegade Regiment made another trip to
compete at the Canyon City Blossom Festival in Colorado.
They placed first in field competition, second in parade and
captured the runner-up trophy for sweepstakes.
With a caseful 'of trophies and fifteen all-district band
members and three all state orchestra members, it's easy to
see why the Renegade Regiment is smiling, boasting and mak-
ing future plans.
Trumpets - Left to right: First row: Dusty Meriable, Becky Cupp, Brian Derr, Second row: Karla Anderson, Jeff Hartung, Todd Tackett. Third row: Arthur McCune,
Ken Camille. Fourth row: Lori Trout, Charlie Grove. Fifth row: Karla Sligh.
Saxophones - First row: Dan Watkins, Second row: Eric Nazim, Gary Lytle. Third row: Paul Zardus, Kyle Copeland.
Fourth row: Beverly Byrne, Kris Lovelace.
Drum Majors - Left to right: Darin Farr, Gina Humbyrd, ion.
Brass - Left to right: Frist row: Robbie Holt, Terrie Hailey, Second row: Bob
Greener, Jeff Switters, David Olson, Tony Custer, Renee Glover, Third row:
Percussion - Left to right: First row: James Lovelace, Eric Brown, Larry
Mark, Mr. Larry Anderson, Brian Kane, LeAnn Kimmle, Second row: Chuck
McDonald, Steve Boots, Elliott Ryan, Carol Hayden, Third Row: Jeff Arnold,
Kirsten Anderson, Regan Thummel, Fourth row: Eric Gourdie, Richard Kraft,
Fifth row: Amy Wilson, Jon Evraets, Nancy Corbett, Not pictured: Paul Stagg.
Aaron Gage, Fourth row: Greg Boots, Karl Koahler, Fifth row: Greg Fehren-
bach, Robert Jones, Sixth row: Bryan Twible, Kelli Graybill, Gaye Cornett, Not
pictured: Mike Grimes, Joe Callery.
Clarinets - clockwise from top: Melissa Stanley, Beth Maxey, Dawn
McNabb, Mike Dewberry, Inelmar Heurta, Michelle Plischkie, Pam Deem, Lisa
Hurley, Laura Hussey, Teresa Hamilton, Debbie Smith, Ed Evans
One of the biggest public relations
arms for Union Schools is our Perform-
ing Arts classes. The Music Department
makes up a large part of it with Concert
Choir, Jazz Choir, and the Choralettes.
The biggest music group is Concert
Choir which is a mixed group. These
people have shown the most growth
this year. They have five public con-
certs plus competed successfully at the
State Contests. Mrs. Elmore beams,
"This group is the highlight of my day. l
love those lush, lush choral chords."
The ensemble of couples is the Jazz
choir. These eight couples performed at
radio station KBBJ for one of their "Put'
tin' on the Ritz" celebrations. Their
voices were also heard at national,
state, and business conventions,
elementary schools, carnivals, and
Perhaps the best known group is the
assembly of all girls. Dubbed the
Choralettes, their cheery faces, lovely
soprano and alto voices, and unique
dance steps charm any crowd. They
showed off their talent at a variety of
places similar to that of Jazz Choir.
Musical Notes that drift through the
Performing Arts wing and the new
Auditorium accompanied by the jet
black baby grand piano are definitely
worth listening to at any time.
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Concert Choir Top row: Teresa Blue, Mary Rozell,
Tonya Morris, Reagan Thummel, Eric Pugh, Roger
Caple, Greg Hoover, Tom Hommel, Pat Crispen, Dan
Lehman, Ricky Craft, Tom Yates, Brenda Behar, Dawn
Speegle, Erin Dow, Janie Craft, Gaye Cornett. Third row:
Monica Moore, Laura McCune, Anna Ryan, Liz Drake,
Deren Jackson, Grojean Stephen, Terrance Lowe, Kevin
Kile, Sean Downes, Kellie Escue, Dawn Holt, Beth
Phillips, Michelle Plischke, Renae Snider, Second
row: Mary Hood, Tracy Williams, Ellen Oliver,
Shelley Reeves, Mike Mcltliel, Joe LeVan, Andy
Moffit, Mark DeLozier, Steve Ketring, Alison
Chinn, Pam Hopkins, Brenda Boatwright, Julie
Lindsey. Bottom row: Lisa Hurley, La Vaunna
Perry, Cassey Wells, Pam Deem, Randy Williams,
DeAngelo Williams, Brant Christiansen, Renae
Booker, Elizabeth Bates.
Jazz Choir Left to right: Carol Hayden, Brad Mullen, Chris Hoover, Cammie Brown, Dawn, Jimmy Lawbaugh,
Brian Twibell, Suzanne Huffman, Tammie Pippin, Gene Phillips, Robin Price, Grojean Stephens, Steve Boots,
Shawn Lankford, Angela Perrigo, Leslie Randolph, Neal Hope, Andy Bess.
1. Jazz Choir couple Shawn Lankford and Angela Perrigo sing a special song to the
teachers to commemorate Teacher Appreciation Week. 2. Mrs. Elmore directs Gaye
Cornett on the new, beautiful baby grand piano. 3. Twins, Leslie and Leigh Stewart not
only double as sisters but Choralettes and High Steppers, too.
Top row: Lisa Billings, Celane Cahill, Second row: Leslie Randolph, Sandee Dragoo, Carrie Adams, Heather Hawkins. Third
row: Shelley Phillips, Michelle Rosenthal, Stephanie Hollands, Jill Onstott, Rena Thornburgh. Bottom row: Leslie Stewart,
Students who strive to better
themselves as artists and prepare for a
future in the wide field of art are
involved in the Art Club. The many
students who joined this year supported
the art department in maintaining its ex-
cellence of quality and character.
Some of the activities art students
participated in included raising money
by selling the ever popular suckers to
help buy equipment and supplies and
finance trips to local and state art com-
petitions. One special trip was taken to
attend Young Talent in Oklahoma in
Oklahoma City. Two students, Connie
Powell and Jeff Mobley represented
Union with their two art pieces for this
show. The club also took a tour of
Philbrook Art Museum.
Besides competitions, Art Club got
together for Halloween and Christmas
parties to maintain its social attitude.
Sharing talent and experience give art
students a good start to a bright future
Under the leadership of debate coach
Holly Palmes, the National Forensics
League doubled its membership this
year. This is Miss Palmes' second year
with the program and the debaters have
much to be proud of.
The squad qualified three students
for regionals: Tom Freiling, Janice
Payne, and Leigh Bunn. New students
also did well in novice non-qualifying
The team traveled all over the state
and competed out of state several times
for a total of fourteen tournaments.
"A good debater must spend many
hours outside of class doing research,"
commented senior Janice Payne. "Also,
many of our weekends are taken up in
lt takes dedication, long hours, and a
sacrifice of social life, but this year's
team was certainly rewarded for their
The quality of their skill is a good
representation of our school and its ex-
cellent debate program.
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First row: Charles Grove, Sean Crook, Kim Allen, Charla Kelley, Connie Powell. Second row: Renee Johnsor
Leon Shephard, Darren Johnston, Vince Llr, Susan Wilson. Third row: Fred Slatcher, Chris Amaro, Bo
Greener, Ines Westphal, Tatia Robb, Jana Goforth.
L to R: Kelly Haynes, Laura Hussey, Dana Caterine, Amy Wilson, Janice Payne, Miss Palmes, Tom Freiling
Leigh Bunn, Jon Haner, Marshall Robertson,
'front row: Paul Payne, Joe LeVan, Saima Mahhdoon, Mark Delozier. Second row: Eydie Leeds, Jodi Hamilton,
Wendy Vasquez. Third row: Scott Johnson, Michelle Kanitz, Denise Snodgrass, Susan Wilson, Suzanne Mason,
fourth row: Apama Mallavargin, Eric Pugh, Marleny Huerta, Lavice Antoun, Chris Davidson.
First row: Kathy Starkey, Lisa Waites, Janine Hamilton, Corinna Luciano, Eva Johnson, Tommy Stewart, Karla
Bradley. Second row: Kris Perry, Laura Reynolds, Lisa Zell, Rhonda Shelton. Third row: Crystal Mayo, Brian
Dugan, Dawn Atwell, Mrs. Goudeket, Tona Bessent, Angela Carter, Karen Barrett. Fourth row: Lynelle
Johnson, Mike Christi, Bruce Marsh, Rhonda Martin, Mrs. Ray, Tom Yates.
Red Cross is the newest club at
Union. Designed as a service organiza-
tion, the goals of the group are to ac-
quaint young people with the programs
of the American Red Cross and to
become involved in a vareity of
developmental opportunities and
The Red Cross chapter kicked off its
rookie year by having a canned food
drive. They also counted school spirit
ballots for radio station KELI. ln
December the group filled 255 stock-
ings for the Tulsa Human Services
Department. The Christmas goodies
went to needy children.
Other activities included a used
clothing drive and volunteer work for a
CPR course at the fairgrounds.
For its dedication and service the Red
Cross chapter received a Humanitarian
Award Plaque presented to sponsor Ms.
Eydie Leeds. ln addition, the group
received certificates of appreciation for
each project they completed.
A new organization means another
success story for Union students.
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FBLA fFuture Business Leaders of
Americaj is the national organization for
all high school students participating in
business and office programs. The pur-
pose of the organization is to provide, as
an integral part of the instructional pro-
gram, additional opportunities for
secondary students in business and of-
fice education to develop vocational
and career supportive
and to promote civic
The major activity in
the school year is the
drive sponsored through the American
Awards come through the competi-
tion of students when they participate
in the State Leadership Contest held an-
nually in Oklahoma City in April.
the course of
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One of the most active groups in our
community is Key Club. This organiza-
tion aids in city projects and helps the
handicapped. This year some of the ac-
tivities included special olympics in
which the students helped the han-
dicapped bowl. They ushered for plays
and the auditorium dedication and
helped with Santa Claus at Southroads
Mall. The club also donated a Christmas
tree along with decorations to the Alpha
House for the mentally handicapped.
The main highlight of the year as
usual was the annual convention. This
year it was held in Dallas. Key Clubbers
from all over Texas and Oklahoma at-
tended this. It was a chance to meet
new friends and learn more about Key
Club. Two girls also were awarded
scholarships this year for their work in
First row: Dana Ramsey, Missie Lucas, Nancy Robinson, Cheryl Everatt, Marnie Summers, Susie Moor
Tracey Findley, Yun Hi Kang. Second row: Michelle Kanitz, Kim Beisley, Mary Ann Hinkefent, Roni McFarlan
Connie Povrell, Darshi Shaw, Zandra McGraw, Michelle Harmon, Nicci Simmons, Chrissie Grounds. Third ro
Celeste Halstead, Tim Posey, Lisa Hyde, Mike Rush, Angela Carter, Natalie Edmund, Tracey Lilleskau, Lori M
Cune, Laura Kennell, Kathy Brown, Karen Duke, Cristy Skinner, Janice Payne, Kelly Horne, Kim Jones. Four
row: Tanya Morris, Dawn Atwell, Mary Hood, Jeff Smith, Charles Zang, Lisa Howard, Tony Snoddy, Ki
Baldwin, Dana Beisley, Mark Christi, Carla Stambeck, Kenna Seaton, Cheryl Dickmann, Mr. Powell.
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One sport that goes year round is the
dynamic Drill Team. The girls start off practic-
ing in the summer, attend camps, and then
start right into the school year preparing for
A football season. Competition season follows.
The Highsteppers have been Oklahoma State
Champs for three years out of the four years it
has been in existence. Spring is a time for per-
formances at basketball games, and communi-
ty performances, plus preparing for the next
Being a member of the Highsteppers en-
courages the girls to learn to work together as a
team. lt teaches them discipline, responsibility,
and to be confident. Most importantly, the girls
gain friendship that will last throughout their
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Front row: Junior Lieutenant Leigh Stewart, Senior Lieutenant San Dee Dragoo, Captain Michele Harmon, CoACaptain
Sarah Glocker, Junior Lieutenant Lisa Howard Second row: Cari Ann Brandt, Shelley Harmon, Michelle Magid, Suzi
Huffman Third row: Mrs. Deuvall, Yun Hui Kang, Stacy Butler, Senior Lieutenant Diane Sarey, Allison Chinn, Charla
Kelly, Leslie Stewart, Mrs. Payne Back row: Kristi Creger, Angela Turner, Heather Hawkins, Kim Scott, Kim Travers,
Kim Baldwin, Missy Koskey
1. All smiles, the girls manage perfect
balance. 2. The award winning novelty
dance is performed by Miss Oklahoma
Drill Team, Leigh Stewart. 3. The
Highsteppers kick off their shoes for
Grandpa Cherry's assembly.
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Being the largest organization in the
school, Big Family got many students
involved in extra-curricular activities.
The powder-puff football game was
one of the highlights of the year. lt was
filled with goofy guys in skirts and
makeup cheering their team to con-
quest and roughed-up girls ready for the
battle. Halftime activities consisted of
the crowning of the king, which left
Mark Mead to reign over Big Family's
victory against the Junior class.
Not only did they learn sports like ice
skating and judo, but participated in
projects to benefit others. They gave a
Halloween party at the Children's
Medical Center and treated athletes,
parents, and teachers to a homecooked
Since Big Family is associated with
Future Homemakers of America, the
group attended a convention at the
Myriad. Governor George Nigh made a
brief appearance, but the highlight of
the largest convention in Oklahoma
was an entire row of people, toppled
like dominoes, dozing off during the
speaker Jack Forbes. The day wound
up with racing at Malibu Grand Prix.
Phil Rhees displayed his driving ability
by knocking over the orange cones and
taking detours through the grass.
They also had a hayride, picnic, and a
Hawaiian Banquet at the new Marriott.
But the year wouldn't be complete
without, once again, selling Blue 6 Gold
sausage. This is Big Family's Biggest
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Row one: Shanna Marlow, Diane Sarey, Karla Bradley, Damon Wag-
goner. Second row: Lisa Diffenderfer, Leslie Randolf, Teri Tinker, Tam-
mie Thornton, Kathy Starkey, Jennifer Koskey, Kelly Niles, Phil Rhees,
Stacey Dimperio, Stephanie Kern, Julie Sharpe, Janet Harris, Mark
Hulet, Susie Sutton. Lisa Knowles, Third row: Tara Watson, Tracey
Baddley. Celeste Halstead, Yun Hui Kang, Janice Payne, Angie Wood,
Barbie Buster, Troy Daer, Mike Beard, Kurt Snodgrass, Tracy Findley,
Kathy Brown, Karen Duke, Carl Cabbiness, Stephanie Todd. Fourth
row: Kay Sue, Lisa Zell, Michele Finn, Lori Bushyhead, Rhana Thorn-
burg, Dawn Gullett, Debbie Brown, Betsy Calk, Kristi Spohrer, Cindy
Row One: Tracy Moore, Charise Hines, Nicci Simmons. Second Row:
Chrissy Grounds, Lisa Waites, Tracey Bryan, Brent Daniels, Daren
Jackson, Kelly Young, Shelley Stokely, Eva Johnson, Rhonda Jones,
Teresa Battoe, Stephanie Hollands, Susie Moore, Tracy Lilleskau, Cami
Lewellen. Third row. Chris Humes, Brad Beam, Charles Witt, Christine
Jones, Karrie Harris, Kerri Byers, Tami Williams, Shawn Smith, Roni
Rierson, Kim Scott, Kim Baldwin, Chris Reynolds, Laura Stilwell Fourth
row: Ginger Sherl, Molly Bradley, Kathy Scott, Jana Jackson, Claudia
Miller, Christy Cregor, Lisa Hyde, Kathryn Hall, Julie Harrah, Angie
Michael, Elizabeth Woodard, Tina McCoy, Lynn Collier, Kim Travers.
Hubbard, Vickie Jones, Jim Crable, Gwen Hodges, Kris Perry, Mike
Steele, Greg Brown. Fifth row: Zandra McGraw, Shauna Blair, Jennifer
Burger, Tona Bessent, Jennie Seehafer, Randy Hayes, Lori Huckabee,
Steve Frazier, Shawn Teeters, Chris Kaiser, Kerry Planer, Rob Byers,
Steven Pruitt, Johnnie Walker, Paige Teiszen, Valisa Barton, Cindy
George. Sixth row: Darrin McDonald. Stacey Downes, Michelle Har-
mon, Dee Dee Reisgner, Beth Barclay, Matt Saint, Laura Kennell, Cristy
Skinner, Jack Cherry, Tommy Durbin, Andrea Blankenship, Bryan
Craig. Seventh row: Donna Smith, Mark Patrick, Robert Shears, John
Ecton, Jeff Hines, Treva Baker.
Heather Hawkins. Fifth row: Angela Davis, Veronica Van Brunt, Natalie
Edmund, Jeff McKnight, Michael Skates, Angie Noel, Jill Onstott,
Krista Farrier, Patty Pratz, Sheri Adams, Stacey Graham, Tracy
McDonough, Melinda Conner, Meredith Conner, Julie Hecht, Kristy
Males. Sixth row: Michelle Kuchel, Renae Snider, Lisa Howard, Leigh
Stewart, Kim Barnfield, Dawna Price, Lori Tygart. Karla Armstrong,
Mike Gibson, Vada Gullett, Bill Cherry, Michaele O'NeilI, Leslie Stewart.
Seventh row: Mlndy Elzea, Kathy Cox. April Flager. Michelle Magid,
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1. Mean Joe Green, alias Jennifer Koskey, shows the
Juniors just how tough the Big Family team is. 2. Haikey
Creek is the site for Randy Hayes to show off his tummy,
for Darrin McDonald to pretend he's shy and for John Ecton
to act like his usual self. 3. Powder Puff King, Mark Mead,
attacks his attendant, Tona Bessent, with a royal kiss. 4.
Lipstick is luciously applied to cheerleader Phil Rheese by
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God's spirit combined with the excellent
sports program at Union has been the main
drive in this school's fantastic sportsman-
ship. FCA, the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, is the embodiment of Union's faith.
FCA had many memorable meetings,
each starting with a devotional by coaches
Bailey and Hudson. Many outrageous ac-
tivities followed, including the Miss FCA
contest. Each of the participants, decked
out in drag, portrayed a philandering female.
A scavenger hunt sent people running to
retrieve such things as Lisa Knowles'
signature, stained underwear, rubber fishing
worms, and a Chi Chi's menu, just to name a
Skiing trips are a big part of FCA life. This
year's trip was to VailfBeaver Creek. The
topic of the devotionals during the week was
centered around the causes of teenage
stress. As usual, everyone had enormous
fun, although some people couldn't manage
to stop without falling down head first, and
some people didn't even make it off the ski
Llnion has produced many talented
athletes. Their hard work, dedication, and
their faith in the power of God has paid off!
Youth Alive is an organization com-
posed of Christian students, and all are
welcomed. With Christ being the center,
they pray, share, and discuss current
and rising problems among students.
Often solutions are given by students
and leaders alike. Mrs. Fowler and Mrs.
Yates are the sponsors who lead and
teach the group. They invite special
speakers to speak to the group and
students to give individual testimonies.
lt is a great uplift placed right in the
middle of the week. Youth Alive is a
family, and is enjoyed by all.
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First row: Steven Pruitt, Susie Sutton. Second row: Kerrie Byers, Jack
Cherry, Steve Frazier, Michele Finn, Lisa Diffenderfer, Nicci Simmons,
Jennie Seehafer, Janet Harris, Mark Hulet, Rob Byers, Darrin
McDonald, Debbie Brown, Phil Rhees, Third row: Rick Vaughn, Mitch
Payne, Brad Beam, Jeff McKnight, Jim Crable, Vickie Jones, Kellie
Pestinger, Cindy Hubbard, Kelly Niles, Dawn Crullett, Lori Bushyhead,
Tommi Smith. Fourth row: James Watt, Jimmy Murray, Pam Carr,
Chris Humes, Charles Witt, Lisa Gilbert, Sydney Arrington, Michaele
O'NeilI, Vada Gullett, Heather Hawkins, Shawn Teeters, Chuck Hodges,
Kerry Planer, Angela Pendergrass, Chris Kaiser, Julie Roberts, Jean Dif
fenderfer. Fifth row: Sean Downes, Steve Cipert, Julie Hecht, Rhan:
Thornburgh, John Ecton, Jeff Hines, Jeff Bishop, Stacey Downes
Bruce Dieterlan, Pat Kinney, Cam Williams, Karen Duke, Kathy Brown
Laura Kennell, Cristy Skinner. Sixth row: Tracey Findley, Tracey
Lilleskau, Susie Moroe, Karrie Harris, Lori Huckabee, Randy Hayes
Kristi Spohrer, Shelley Stokely, Charise Hines, Biff Norman, Kendal
Hopkins, Christine Jones, Billy Cherry, Natalie Edmonds, Mark Ancler
son, Matt Saint.
First row: Celane Cahill, Tami Pippin, Christine Jones, Shelley Phillips, Kelly Colvin, Lan Nguyen, Jackie
Lewis. Second row: Gene Phillips, Eric Wyatt, Sid Burcham, Wade Adams, Jay Dockweiler. Third row: Mrs.
Fowler, Dawn Holt, Lisa Fancher, Jimmy Lawbaugh, Liz Drake, Denise Snodgrass.
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First row: Jerald Anderson, Karen Ryer, Darshi Shaw, Sudha Srinivansan, Bill Canfield. Second row: Andrew
Moffitt, Angela Carter, Teri Hailey, Vince Ur, Tacy Joffe, Burton Copeland, Lynne Atwell, Pat Crispen.
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First row: Luiz Pires, Zandra McGraw, Christine Wyatt, Second row: Pat Bell, Darshi Shaw, Teri Hailey, Lan
Nguyen, Michelle Mirzaian. Third row: Charles Zang, Tacy Joffe, Kenna Seaton, Lynelle Johnson, Debbie Bat-
son, Burton Copeland. Fourth row: Kathy Ashlock, Bill Canfield, Arlyn Knight, Doug Collins, Craig Cummings,
Cindy Broderick. Fifth row: Carla Stamback, Dawn Cummings, Natalie Edmund, Sudha Srinivansan.
The History Club is a collection of
students bonded by their mutual in-
terest in History. This club provides an
informal forum by which students can
express their views. The activities of
the History Club are whatever the
membership designs. Above all, both in
and out of school, the History Club is an
organization in which students can
The Science Club is an organization
designed to provide a community for
students interested in science. lt also
provides a forum in which students
may share their knowledge and ex-
periences. In Science Club, students ex-
plore science through guest speakers,
group activities and science oriented
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The Distributive Educational Clubs of
America - otherwise known as DECA
- is an organization whose program of
leadership and development is designed
specifically for students enrolled in
DECA is the only national youth
organization operating in the nation's
schools to attract young people to
careers in marketing and distribution.
students have common objectives and in-
terests in that each is studying for a
specific career objective.
DECA activities have a tremendous
psychological effect upon the attitudes
of students and many have no other op-
portunity to participate in social ac-
tivities of the school or to develop
responsibilities of citizenship. DECA
members learn to serve as leaders and
followers, and have opportunity for state
and national recognition that they would
not have otherwise.
The chapter is the "show window" for
student achievement and progress, and it
is the public relations arm of the
distributive educationfmarketing instruc-
VICA, Vocational Industrial Clubs
of America, assists the student's
educational and maturation growth
into the world of work by exposing
himfher to develop and utilize leader-
ship and citizenship qualities through
the following activities:
Target Christmas Shopping Day
assisting the elderly and handicap-
ped with gift selection and purchase,
Vocational Open House for the com-
munity's patrons, Employers' Ban-
quet honoring the district's par-
ticipating employersg Student
Leaders' Equity Workshop introduc-
ing the equality and abilitiesg and
Legislative Day at the State Capitol
observing governmental procedures.
Back row: Kurt Snodgrass, Chad Wittaker, Stephen Kelley, Michael Martin, James Tomlin, Bryan Hanson,
Kevin Corcoran. Second row: Robin Ellis, Shelley Stokely, Chrissy Norris, Susie Baker, Susie Moore, Stephanie
Hollands, Mrs. Wallace. Third row: Beth Barclay, Dayna Penix, Dawn Williams, Jennifer Burger, Kathy Steven-
son, Kim Rawlings, Sheri Williams, Chrissy Grounds, Michelle Goodwin, Kim Smith. Fourth row: Barry
Bulman, Mickey Fowler, Eddie Bryan, Shelley Anderson, Denise Bulman, Eva Johnson, Rhonda Jones.
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Bottom row: Larry Lewis, Thomas Rathborn, Ramon Viesca, Christi Temme, Rachel Hula, Jason Schwier, Todd
Schwier, Carol Brooks, Keli Middaugh, Kay Chisholm, Kelli Lawson, Stephanie McDonald, Rhonda Vander-
bough, Teresa Harper, Betsy Calk, Angie Cosson. Top Row: Corey Andrews, Melanie McCleary, Bill Monson,
Ms. Lavendusky, Darren Martino, Doug Howard, James Hitchcock, Matt Muratore, Alan McCoy, Derrick Ben-
son, Mark Muratore, Beth Phillips, Kelli Inman, Sally Shaw. Back Row: Soon Jun Park, Barry Rogers.
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First row: Diane Sarey, Jimmy Lawbaugh, Tracy Lilleskau, Tacy Joffe, Darrin Farr, Keisha Marion, Chris
Hoover, Robin Price, Eric Nazim, Stacey Graham Second row: Mike Brown, Renee Glover, Gerald Anderson,
Meredith Lancaster, Tyler Larson, Donna Sullivan, Tonya Thompson, Angie Michael, Jana Schatz, Tracy
Leach, Adrienne Jarnigan, Jeff Kaufman, Mary Ann Hinkefent Sitting: Mr. Nibbe, Elizabeth Kinley
Front Row: Kim Robertson, Donna Sullivan, Pam
Carr, Vada Gullett, Jill Onstott, Melinda Conner, Lisa
Gilbert, Sydney Arrington, Mary Ann Hlnkefent,
Leigh Ann Bunn, Sean Downes. Second row: Tammie
Thornton, Cheryl Everett, Coach Padgett, Stacey
Downes, Neal Hope, Tom Freiling, Mrs. Cain, Michael
Skates, Tina O'Banion, April Flager, Rachel Hula.
Third Row: Tracy Lllleskau, Kurt Snodgreas, Jennifer
Koskey, Susie Sutton, Lisa Knowles, Lisa Dif-
fenderfer, Michele Finn, Karla Bradley, Tona Bessent,
Jennie Seehafer, Eva Johnson, Celeste Halstead, Dar-
shi Shaw, Leslie Randolph, Lisa Hurley, Laura
Stilwell, Tracy Moore. Back row: Phil Rhees, Darrin
McDonald, Jimmy Lawbaugh, Pat Crispin, Cynthia
Verner, Damon Waggoner, and Steve Seminar.
The finest high school auditorium in the
state opened in February. lt came complete
with a hydrolic orchestra pit that raises or
lowers to three different positions, magnifi-
cent accoustics, and elaborate lighting. lt
was greatly appreciated by the Drama
Department. The outstanding performance
of Fiddler on the Roof christened the
The English classes were entertained by
the Drama people with a one act play called
The Real Inspector Hound. Darrin Farr was
selected as one of ten members of the All-
State Cast for his acting in this play.
They wound up the year with "You Can 't
Take It With You, " while Drama I students
performed George Gertie and the Garbage
Grabbers for surrounding grade schools. lt
was a delight for the children.
Two Drama members, Jimmy Lawbaugh
and Darin Farr expanded their talents. Jim-
my played in Oklahoma! at Discoveryland
while Darin worked on The Music Man at
the University of Tulsa.
School spirit really buzzed through
the halls this year. lt was greatly ac-
credited to our student council.
Football Homecoming was one of the
highlights. Students dressed up as
punkers, olympians, and Mad Hatters to
show their Union spirit. Their excite-
ment prevailed as Homecoming night
arrived and so did the rain.
The Renegade Rooster was another
boost, as Todd Ryan stumbled along the
field entertaining the fans.
Not only was Student Council a part
of spring sports, but also basketball in
the winter. The Beach Party Dance was
a big part of Basketball Homecoming.
With a live band and snacks, students
were able to "cut loose."
The year could not have ended
without the annual Wacky Olympics.
Students and teachers competed in
Llnion's Special Olympics thanks to
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The French Club was a little more ac-
tive than usual this year since they held
many get-togethers at different houses.
Twenty lucky students ventured abroad
to Paris and other surrounding cities in
France. A number of picture parties
were held following the trip as well as a
croissant breakfast. Breakfast entrees
were ordered from Arby's and eaten ear-
ly one morning before school.
This year saw the addition of a new
professeur de Francais, Mrs.
Trompeter, who also teaches German.
Front row: Joni Temple, Stace Morgan, Lori Hill, Michelle Rosenthal, Angie Fields, Charise Hines, Stacy Graham, Elizabeth Woodard, Tina McCoy,
Meredith lmncaster, Julie Cotner, Cynthia Verner. Second row: Cindy Steitz, Lisa Masterson, Karann Brandt, Celane Cahill, Chris Otte, Tacy Joffe,
Amy Wilson, Rhonda Martin, Darshi Shaw, Michelle Magid, Jean Diffenderfer, Angie Noel, Kim Travers, Monica Moore. Third row: Madame
Trompeter, Kenna Seaton, Laura Stillwell, Natalie Edmond, Madame Reid, Chris Davis, Dawn McNabb, Kristi Spohrer, Lori McClain, Rachel Hula,
Lori Buchart, Scot Johnson, Steve Moore, Melissa Stanley. Fourth row: Kathy Ashlock, Dana Beisly, Christy Creger, Missy Koskey, Kelly Colvin,
Ines Westphaul, Kerry Richards, Jimmy Lea, Teresa Hamilton, Brad Beam, Lisa Hurly, Bruce Deiterlan, Pat Kinney, lnelmar Huerta, Bob Sanders,
Cam Williams, Greg Williams, Bill Thomas, Brian Martin, Steve Robb, Kyle Copeland,
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Front row: Pam Hopkins, Gina Tener. Sandee Dragoo, Stacy Dimperio, Sarah Glocker, Tracy Bryan, Kelly Young, Cindy Broderick, Kris Perry,
Christine Jones, Cherry Cottingim, Bev Byrne, Dana Mitchell, Debbie Batson. Second row: Becky Cupp, Tracy Sanderson, Angie Pendergrass, Lisa
Gilbert, Aprana Mallavaran, Sellwyna Tetangco, Michelle Kanitz, Jodi Hamilton, Laurice Antoun, Suzanne Mason, Paul Zardus, Bill Canfield. Third
row: Janelle White, Sherrie Phillips, Jill Shepherd, Dinah Szeszulski, Lori Ishee, Michelle Cummins, Robin Price, Julie Roberts, Lisa Wheeler, Kim
Beisly, Treatt Honsinger, Mary Ann Hinkefent, Fourth row: Sonya Beaver, Mike Gels, Bill Thomas, Steve Robb, Darrin VanHorn, Randy McGuire,
David Berney, Sid Burcham, Mike Abdo, Mark Hulet, Carl Cabbiness, Steve Frazier, Shawn Teeters, Mitch Wood, Brad Beam, Jeff McKnight, Jeff
Kauffman, Randy Williams,
Sitting: Mrs. Deuvall. Front row: Jana Jackson, Liz Drake, Genyce Griffin, Laura Hussey, Jacki Lewis, Chris
Hall, Tami Pippin, Jennie Seehafer, Dana Seeber, Stacy Goswick, Jennifer Haner, LouAnn Sills, Dawn Cumme
ings, Michelle Mirzaian, Leslie Stewart, Brian Kane, Leigh Stewart, Sandy Foster. Second row: Dawn Atwell,
Lennymar Huerta, Lisa Fancher, Lisa Stapp, Tara Watson, Brian Dugan, Kathy Martinez, Kim Baldwin, Lisa
Howard, Kathleen Ogan, Eric Wyatt, Cheryl Dickmann. Back row: Kim Scott, Marc Hamilton, Arthur McCune,
Ashley Thompson, Mark Seehafer, Cam Williams, Pat Kinney, Tracy Moore, Bruce Dieterlan, April Flager.
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Front row: Mrs. Trompeter, Mike Scher, Kenna Seaton, Jim Closson, Missie Lucas, Mike Gibson, Jon Haner,
Hans Schmidt, Jeff Kleier. Second row: Gene Phillips, Robert Jones, Matt Delozier, Brad Poindexter, Trevis
Hulse, Mike Adams, Burton Copeland, Karen Gettings, Vince Llr, Nancy Robinson, Ed Evans.
Any student enrolled in Spanish 1, 2,
3, or 4 could be active in Spanish Club.
Mrs. Patricia Deuvall was the sponsor.
With such active officers as president
Tami Pippin and vice-president Jennie
Seehafer, Spanish Club sponsored
many activities. During Christmas,
members had a party and caroled in
English and no doubt in Spanish at
Franklin Memorial Hospital. They
presented the children's ward with little
Several members took a trip from
June 7-14, a 4-city tour in Mexico.
Those cities included: Mexico City,
Guanajuato, Guadalajara, and Puerta
Vallarta. All who went were very ex-
cited and enjoyed attempting to speak
the language to natives.
A new language hums through Mrs.
Trumpeter's room. To the ear it might
sound quite harsh and irritating. Actual-
ly it's just the gutteral tones of German.
Enough students were interested in the
course so it formed a club. They met
once a month and experimented with
German main dishes and desserts.
Topics of conversation centered around
comparing the German and American
cultures to one another. The group
bought sweatshirts that said
"Deutschland" which means Germany.
A German restaurant welcomed the
group as they tried to decipher the
1. Members of the Society Jennie Seehafer, Bill Canfield, Cindy
Broderick, Janice Payne, and Bryan Craig present Grandpa Cherry with
his Honorary gold ribbon. 2. Their Homecoming float which took se
cond place begins to parade with Darshi Shaw, Bil Canfield, Neil Hope,
Janet Harris, Kenna Seaton, Tona Bessent, Jennie Seehafer, and Cyn-
National Honor Society membership
is based upon scholarship, service,
leadership, and character. The goals of
NHS include creating enthusiasm for
scholarship, stimulating a desire to
render service, and encouraging the
development of character in all
students at Union High.
The local chapter has become more
active and visible this year because of
the many service activities available.
Some of these activities include hosting
and ushering for the PTSA parent-
teacher Open House, and the ninth
grade orientation, and helping the PTSA
Arts and Crafts Fair artists set up,
handing out Christmas stockings and
candy to the Children's Medical Center
and helping the counselors with enroll-
ment at the beginning of the year. This
year's membership of NHS can truly
say that they have become an organiza-
tion of service and leadership as well as
that of scholarship.
The greatest accomplishment of this
year's membership was creating an an-
nual scholarship fund in which at least
Sl,OOO was raised, with S500 going
toward the scholarship fund.
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Hrst row: Rhana Thornburgh, Cindy Broderick, Mrs. Yates, Bil Canfield, Jennie Seehafer. Second row: Brian
Dugan, Dawn Cummings, Teri Hailey, Tacy Joffe, Teresa Hamilton, Lynelle Johnson, Shelley Phillips, Darshi
Shaw, Carla Stamback, Natalie Edmund, Paula Demke, Sudha Srivinson, Rhonda Jones. Third row: Janice
Payne, Dana Beisly, Glenna Dane, Celeste Halstead, Enlamar Huerta, Sarah Glocker, Kathy Ashlock, Tona Bes-
sent, Lori Bushyhead, Carolyn Walters, Kenna Seaton, LeeAnn Kemmle, Kirsten, Anderson. Fourth row:
Michelle Harmon, Laura Hussey, Janet Harris, Susie Sutton, Andrea Blankenship, Bryan Craig, John Ecton,
Jeff Hines, Kenny Dugan, Jay Dockweiler, Mark Hamilton, Burton Copeland, Debbie Batson. Fifth row: Craig
Cummings, Charles Zang, Cam Williams, Bruce Dieterlan, Mike Geis, Darren McDonald Knot a memberj, Jeff
McKnight, Steve Ketring.
at a time
lt's two days before the VOICE is due at the printer.
The layout editor is making last minute adjustments and
the rest of the staff is working on an essay for Mr.
Weaver. Suddenly a frantic voice cries out "There's
nothing on the front page!" Nine journalism students
scramble for stories and photographs. Headlines are writ-
ten and the front page is completed. The VOICE staff has
met another deadline and Mrs. Finley has escaped
another nervous breakdown.
Working together was what Journalism ll was all about
this year. Nine seniors who worked together last year
learning newswriting and journalistic principles, combin-
ed efforts to produce the award winning VOICE. When
extra stories were needed, Journalism l students always
provided well written copy which added to the overall
quality of the paper.
That quality was recognized at the annual Oklahoma
interscholastic Press Association Spring Conference,
where the VOICE received a rating of high honors. ln ad-
dition, Bryan Craig, Cindy Broderick, Arthur McCune,
Standing: Jon Morano, David Stewart, Nancy Robinson, Stacey Cheatham, Cindy Broderick, Phil Rhees, Arthur Qeiesge Halstead, and Janice Payne received awards for
McCune, Kayla Burgess, Elizabeth Kenly, Lisa Maddox, Steve Overturf, Charles Zang, Diane Sarey, Tim Posey, individual writing. Derek Sparks, staff artist, was
Seated: Jane Finley, Derek Sparks, Bryan Craig, Kim Fugate, Janice Payne. Not pictured: Celeste Halstead.
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was a unity of spirit and a celebration of individual
achievement, Through the bad times, when deadlines
created tension and the good times when a fellow jour-
nalist received recognition, working on the VOICE staff
created memories which will last a lifetime.
1. With traditional coffee cup in hand, adviser Jane Finley shows what
ill effects deadlines have on a person. Arthur McCune, Celeste Halstead,
and Charles Zang look thoroughly disgusted with her. 2. On behalf of the
yearbook staff, Lisa Diffenderfer and Michaele O'Neill show their true ap-
preciation for Phil Rhees and the entire newspaper staff. Yes, that includes
you, Bryan Craig.
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Tracy Lilleskau, Steve Wallace, Nicole Simmons, Dana Seeber. 4th: Kelly Colvin, Natalie Edmund, Eva Johnson, Ronda
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and Karla Armstrong attentively watch
Union defeat Jenks. 2. Celane Cahill and
Laura Stilwell huddle up to keep warm dur-
ing the playoffs.
1. Tim Gray looks to classmate, "And they think I dress strange."
2. Michaele 0'Neill dressed as a sophomore for Halloween. 3.
David Duncan sneaks an arm around Karla Armstrong.
1. Mark Seehafer receives a loving pinch from a loyal fan. 2. Shay
Braun, Charles Witt, Shelley Phillips, and Scott Witte wrestle around at
the Jenks game. 3. Michael Martin is struck by surprise when asked to
share the joke with the whole class.
1. Kristy Males shows off her "baby" egg. The
child development class uses the eggs to illustrate
the responsibilities of child care. 2. A group of
juniors listen intently during an assembly. The
class of '85 avidly supports school activities.
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l. Sophomore Karrie Harris tries to show that she
can really drive now. 2. Using a moped, Tony Snod-
dy displays his dynamic weightlifting ability.
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1. High school drag race trophy winner, Tommy Marrs, is
caught with the front end up at the Spring Nationals Race. 2.
John Ecton waits in a private moment of anticipation. 3.
Chris Kaiser attempts to get Adrienne Jarnigan and
Robyn Crabtree to sing to him during Senior Pride Week.
MefUCfieS last forever
Clockwise from top: 1. The baseball team watched intently
during the final game in the state playoffs. 2. Coach Holladay
asks that penny winning question, "What was the score of our
last game?" 3. ls it possible? New York City Slicker, Juan
Ortega, is dressed in duds compliments of James Harrison. 4.
Leann Kimmle and Gina Hymbyrd study their competition dur-
ing a drizzly contest. 5. Going out for a night on the town is
Keri Byers and Jack Cherry in the famous Mustang Mobile, 6.
Basketball homecoming queen, Janet Harris, compliments
Steve Frazier on playing the part of "Daddy" so soon.
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o matter what you do!
Clockwise from top: 1. Senior Kenda Dulaney
plays with Silly Putty given to her as a birthday
present. 2. Darryl Clark stands by as his friend-
ly Boa Constrictor smiles for the camera. 3. Ap-
pearing to be afraid of heights is Tommy Keitges
with girlfriend Julie Roberts. 4. Karen Duke
gives her buddy, Matt Saint a hug.
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Clockwise: 1. Decked all out for the occasion, Bill
Canfield shows his disapproval for the other team
while cheering at a basketball game. 2. All smiles,
Tim Gray gives his campaign speech for the office of
Senior class president or perhaps it's an acceptance
speech since he ran unopposed. 3. Dissecting a cat
for 9 weeks really gets sickening according to Brenda
Davis, James Corbett and Rob Warner.
Abbott, Jananne 90
Abdo, Michael 47, 156, 157
Abernathy, David 174
Ables, Fauna 174
Adair, David 66. 174
Berna, Tracey 174
Berney, David 150, 175
Bess, Andy 91, 134, 138
Bessent, Tona 91, 103, 14
Bever, Scott 156
Bever, Todd 91
Biggs, Christina 175
Butler, Stacy 143, 144, 175
Byers, Kerri 144, 146, 175, 181, 200
Byers, Rob 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 70, 72, 73,
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Byington, Kim 157
Byrne, Beverly 135, 150, 157
Byrne, Harry 157
Z Sherry 49, 144, 174
, Carey 69, 139, 174
Kristin 49, 120, 174, 176
Mike90 104 151 208
Wade 90, 103, 146
Adamson, Janelle 174
Albright, Kelly 174
Alcorn, Toni 174
Aldrich, Tim 78, 79, 80, 156
Alford, Dana 156
Alford, Dawnya 174
Allen, Kimberly 174
Allen, Mark 75, 76, 77, 156
Allen, Matt 174
Amard, Chris 156
America, John 8, 33, 36, 41, 42,
Anderson, J. C. 156
Anderson, Jerold 147, 149, 156
Anderson, Karla 135, 156
Anderson, Kirsten 90, 132, 136, 152
Anderson, Mark 48, 146, 174
Anderson, Shelly 148
Andrews, Corey 148, 156
Anguiano, Julie 174
Anhalt, Barbie 90
Antoun,Laurice141, 150, 174
Arguelles, Gabriel 156
Armstrong, Karla 144, 150, 168, 169
Arnold, Derek 156
Arnold, Jeff 90, 136
Arrington, Sydney 143, 146, 174, 189
Ashford, Douglas 174
Ashlock, Kathy 90, 147, 150, 152
Bacon, Keith 174
Bacon, Preston 90
Baddley, Tracey 90, 128, 144
Badgewell, Deon 174
Bailey, Shannon 174
Baker, Monty 90
Baker, Ron 174
Baker, Susan 148, 156
Baldwin, Kim 142, 143, 144, 151, 156
Ballard, Robert 156
Banks, Sara 174
Barclay, Beth 90, 144, 148
Barnes, Jeanne 174
Barnfield, Kim 144, 156
Barrett, Karen 90, 141
Bartels, Frauke 156
Barton, Valisa 90, 133, 144
Bates, Elizabeth 174
Bates, Greg 138, 174
Bates, Kathy 174
Bates, Michael 47, 66
Batson, Debbie 90, 147, 150, 152
Battoe, Teresa 144, 156
Beam, Brad 47, 144, 146, 150, 156
Beard, Mike 90, 93, 144
Beaver, Sonya 150, 174
Beck, Brad 47, 156
Becker, Cynthia 156
Beeton, Melissa 133
Behar, Brenda 134, 174
Beisly, Dana 91, 128, 142, 150, 152
Beisley, Kim 142, 174
Bell, Kathy 54, 57, 58, 174
Benedict, Lori 156
Benson, Bart 47
Benson, Derrick 91, 148
Billings, Lisa 91, 133, 139
Billingslea, Jackie 91
Billingslea, Sheila 156
Bingham, Bobby 92
Birch, Trandy 1, 9, 36, 92
Birchem, Deanna 49, 175
Bishop, Jeff 8, 35, 36, 41 , 42, 43, 92,
Black, Michael 175
Blackwell, Jill 156
Blair, Shawna 92, 144
Blakrgey, Baron 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 73,
Blankenship, Andrea 92, 144, 152
Blaylock, Lisa 92, 103
Blue, Teresa 138, 156
Boatwright, Brenda 138
Boatwright, Jeanny 175
Boevers, George 156
Boevers, Julie 133, 156
Boevers, Stacy 133, 156
Bollinger, Craig 175
Bollinger, Jamie 74, 175
Booker, Renee 133, 138, 175
Boots, Greg 136
Boots, Steve 136, 138
Bordwine, David 156
Bowker, Angie 156
Bowman, Shaun 48, 57, 58, 175
Boyd, Scott 156
Boyles, Robyn 156
Bradley, Debbie 175
Bradley, Karla 91, 92, 103, 116, 124,
141, 143, 144
Bradley, Molly 144, 175
Brandt, Karann 143, 150, 175
Branson, Mark 92
Brase, Kevin 92
Brasel, Richard 92
Braun, Shay 47, 156, 170
Briones, Richard 175
Broderick, Cindy 92, 116, 122, 123, 124,
126, 133, 147, 150, 152, 153
Brooks, Carol 148
Brost, Darrin 48, 175
Brown, Cammie 92, 123, 138
Brown, Debbie 8, 93, 144, 146
Brown, Eric 93, 103, 136
Brown, Greg 36, 93, 144
Brown, Kathy 8, 41, 42, 43, 45, 93, 97,
142, 144, 146
Brown, Kelly 175
Brown, Mike 75, 149, 175
Brown, Randall 46, 47, 156
Brown, Tim 175
Bruce, David 175
Bruce, Denise 152
Brumley, Kendall 41, 42, 43,93
Bryan, Eddie 93, 148
Bryan, Tracey 144, 150, 157
Bryant, Michelle 175
Bulman, Barry 93, 148
Bulman, Denise 11, 148
Bunn, Leigh 143, 175, 185
Burcham, Lori 175
Burcham, Sid 56, 62, 63, 146, 150, 157
Burger, Jennifer 93, 144, 148
Burgess, Kayla 93, 153
Burk, James 157
Burnett, Suzann 134, 175
Burrow, Sondra 157
Busby, Bobby 157
Buifhghead, Lori 74, 77, 103, 144, 146,
Buster, Barbi, 94, 144
Cabbiness, Carl 9, 35, 36, 39, 75, 144,
Cabbiness, Chris 10, 48, 75, 94, 175
Cabe, Jackie 175
Cahill, Celane 69, 139, 146, 150, 157,
160, 165, 168
Caldwell, Steve 157
Calk, Betsy 94, 144, 145, 148
Calkins, David 175
Callery, Joe 36, 94, 136
Camille, Andrew 85, 135, 175
Camp, Laura 94
Campbell, Andrea 157
Campbell, Heidi 55, 57, 58, 175
Campbell, Robert 175
Canfield, William 94, 123, 147, 150, 152,
Caple, Roger 138, 157
Carlin, Ray 157
Carpenter, Irena 157
Carper, Kellie 94
Carr, Pam 143, 146, 175, 178
Carter, Angela 141, 142, 147, 157
Carter, Robin 94
Carver, Shelly 176
Casey, Dennis 157
Caterine, Dana 157
Cathey, Gary 176
Cha, Jerome 157
Chandler, Ellen 176
Chang, Ben 176
Chang, Corwin 66, 176
Chang, Han Suk 94
Chapa, Stephanie 157
Chapman, James 176
Chapman, Ted 157
Cheatham, Stacy 153, 157
Chenoweth, Chris 176
Cherry, Billy 32, 47, 64, 70, 72, 73, 144,
146, 154, 157
Cherry, Jack 36, 65, 66, 67, 68, 72, 73,
Chinn, Alison 138, 143, 176
Chisholm, Kay 148, 157
Chrestman, Mike 157
Christensen, Brant 134, 138, 176
Christi, Mark 142, 176
Christi, Mike 94, 141
Christian, James 95
Christian, Stewart 157
Christlieh, Stacey 176
Christmas, Crystal 157
Clardy, David 157
Clark, Darryl 48, 66, 176, 202
Clark, Eugene 176
Clark, Steve 176
Claybrook, Darren 157, 176
Closson, James 95, 151
Cochran, Chad 157
Cochran, Cheri 95
Colantonio, Greg 176
Coleman, Scott 157
Conley, Kevin 176
Connelly, Mike 176
Conner, Melinda 49, 86, 144, 176
Converse, Mike 95
Cook, Brian 176
Cook, Mike 48, 75, 176
Copeland, Burton 11, 95, 116, 123, 125
Copeland, Kyle 103, 135, 150, 176
Coppedge, Phil 157
Corbelt, Wes 133, 157
Corbett, James 203
Corbett, Linda 95
Corbett, Nancy 136, 176
Corcoran, Kevin 148, 157
Corcoran, Kim 148, 157
Cornett, Gaye 136, 138, 139, 176
Corry, Brian 47, 75, 157
Cortner, Staci 95
Cosson, Angela 148, 157
Cotner, Julie 74, 77, 150, 157
Cottingim, Chervy 95, 150
Cox, Kathy 144, 158, 161
Cox, Michelle 176
Crable, Jim 11, 75, 95, 144, 146
Crabtree, Robin 133, 158, 199
Craft, Janie 138, 158
Craft, Richard 136, 176
Craig, Bryan 78, 79, 91, 95, 99, 103, 11
120, 123.124,144, 152, 153
Creger, Christy 143, 144, 150
Crispen, Pat 138, 147, 158, 165
Crook, Shawn 158
Crossland, Chris 158
Crossley, Angela 158
Cummins, Michelle 87, 150, 176
Cummings, Craig 95, 147, 152
Cummings, Kelly 133, 176
Cunnane, Erin 176
Cunnane, John 96
Cupp. Rebecca 135, 150, 176
Curtis, Ben 158
Custer, Anthony 136, 176
Cypert, Kevin 146
Daer, Troy 93, 96, 144
Dahme, Susan 177
Daigneault, Susanne 96
Daily, Gina 51, 158
Dake, Tara 177
Dake, Todd 66, 94, 96
Dale, Thad 66, 94, 96
Dalke, Paul 158
Dane, Glenna 96, 152
Daniel, Brent 144, 158
Daniel, Brian 36, 96
Davidson, Chris 96, 141
Davis, Angela 144, 177
Davis, Angie 177
Davis, Brenda 133, 158, 203
,Chris 150, 158
. Shirin 158
Day, Sean 96
DeArmon, Dolores 96
Decker, Robby 96
Deem, Pamela 137, 138, 177
Delozier, Brian 177
,Dawn 95, 133, 134, 147,
Lynn 54, 55, 57, 58, 62, 63, 144.
Doug 75, 76, 146, 157
Kelly L. 146, 150, 157, 165, 167
Kelly R. 95
Delozier, Mark 138, 141
Demko, John 134, 177
Denson, Cathy 97
Derr, Brian 135, 158
Derr, Michael 177
Dewberry, Mike 137, 177
Dick, David 36, 40, 97
Dickman, Cheryl 97, 142, 151
Dierterlen, Bruce 46, 47, 84, 146, 150,
151, 152, 158
Diffenderfer, Jean 146, 150, 177
Diffenderfer, Lisa 88, 97, 103, 116, 125,
143, 144, 146, 153,208
Dikeman, Teri 97
Dill, Tamra51, 133, 158
Dimperio, Stacy 144, 150
Dockweiler, Jay 56, 146, 152, 158
Donnell, Tom 177
Dover, Margaret 57, 58, 177
Dow, Erin 177
Downes, Sean 48, 138, 143, 146, 177
Downes, Stacy 97, 103, 143, 144, 146
Dragoo, Sandee 97, 103, 139, 143, 150
Drake, Liz 138, 146, 151, 177
Draper, Jerry 177
Duffy, Kristy 13, 158,208
Dugan, Brian 97, 141, 151, 152
Dugan, Ken 83, 97, 152
Dukeg Karen 9, 41, 42, 45, 97, 142, 144,
Duke, Mike 48, 177
Dulaney, Kenda 8, 97, 202
Dunbar, Misty 97
Duncan, David 169
Duncan, Mark 177
Duncan, Tom 158
Durbin, Tommy 36, 96, 98, 103, 144
Easiley, Darran 47
Ecton, John 8, 36, 37, 41, 42, 43, 78, 79,
Edmonds, Todd 56, 158, 162
Edmund, Natalie 85, 142, 144, 146, 147
150, 152, 158, 165
Edwards, Kaelonnie 177
Elam, Julie 96, 98
Eller, Todd 96f98
Ellig, Steve 48,1177
Ellis, David 47, 58
Ellis, Robin 96, 98, 148
Ellison, Christina 177
Elrod, Jay 158
Elzea, Mindy 45, 144, 158, 161
Epple, Johnna 177
Escue, Kellie 96, 98, 138, 177
Etter, Steve 98
Evans, Edward 177
Evans, Ed 137, 151
Everett, Cheryl 142, 143, 158, 165
Evraets, John 136, 158
Ewing, Kip 66, 177
Eycleshymer, Jeff 48, 177
Fancher, Lisa 146, 151, 177
Farley, Roger 158
Farr, Darrin 98, 116,,118, 119, 124, 126,
129, 136, 149
Farrier, Krista 144, 177
Fehrenbach, Greg 136, 158
Ferguson, Kristine 158
Ferreira, Robert 48, 177
Fielding, Angie 150, 177
Findley, Tracy 98, 142, 144, 146
Finley, Brian 52, 53, 56, 62, 63, 98
Finley, Mike 66, 177
Finn, Michelle 98, 143, 144, 146
Fisher, Ronnie 47, 159
Flager, April 45, 143, 144, 151, 159, 161
Flowers, Kevin 98, 108
Folta, Mark 178
Fortney, Dawn 133, 178
Foster, Robert 177
Foster, Robert 158, 159, 177,208
Foster, Sandy 87, 151, 59
Fowler, Kevin 159
Fowler, Mickey 148
Fowler, Stephanie 159
Franklin, Cory 178
Franklin, Susan 98
Eynon, Rob 158"
Frazee, David 178
Frazier, Steve 53, 62, 93, 98, 103, 116,
124, 144, 146, 150,200
Fream, Daniel 178
Frederick, Ginger 178
Freeman, Chris 159
Freiling, Tom 98, 116, 125, 143
Frisby, Ken 178
Fugate, Kim 153, 159
Fulton, Angie 133, 178
Furgerson, Brian 98
Gage, Aaron 136, 178
Galutza, Anthony 159
Galutza, Susan 178
Gammon, Eddie 159
Ganthier, Theresa 178
Gatewood, Teri 99
Gay, Butch 66, 72, 73, 178
Gee, Chuck 176
Gee, Karen 159
Gee, Terry 99
Geis, Mike 75, 76, 77, 99, 150, 152
George, Cynthia 70, 71, 72, 99, 144
Geren, Teresa 159
Gettings, Karen 99, 133, 151
Gibbs, Tanya 99
Gibson, Mike 66, 144, 151, 159
Gilbert, Lisa 87, 150, 143, 146, 178, 185
Gist, Brian 66, 178
Glocker, Sarah 99, 103, 143, 150, 152
Glover, Renee 136, 149, 178
Goad, Tommy 132, 159
Goike, Michelle 178
Goins, Jason 178
Goodwin, Kelly 47, 66, 159
Goodwin, Michelle 47, 148
Gooldy, Sharon 178
Goombi, Bill 48, 178
Goswick, Stacy 151, 178
Gourdie, Eric 136, 159
Gourdie, Heather 132, 133, 178
Gower, Douglas 84, 159
Graefe, Jeff 48, 178
Graham, Gary 159
Graham, Stacey 49, 144, 150, 178
Graham, Stacie 149, 178
Graham, Trent 159
Grandon, Chuck 159
Gray, Tim 47, 56, 156, 159, 168, 203
Graybill, Kelli 99, 126, 132, 136
Green, John 48, 178
Green, Loren 178
Greener, Robert 136, 178
Greger, Christy 178
Gregory, Robert 48
Greif, Brian 47, 78, 79, 159
Griffin, Dawn 178
Griffin, Genyce 133, 151, 159
Grimes, Mike 99, 132, 136
Grounds, Christina 142, 144, 148, 159
Grove, Charles 135, 178
Guffey, Troy 178
Gullet, Dawn 72, 73, 99, 103, 144, 146
Gullet, Vada 68, 143, 144, 146, 175, 178
Gunderson, Peter 100
Gunnarsson, Hrund 159
Habib, Reem 32, 87, 178
Hagan, Cheryl 100
Hailey, Teri 100, 136, 143, 152
Halaswamy, Nanda 159
Halfpap, Carl 178
Hall, Chris 86, 159, 151
Hall, Kathy 144, 159
Hall, Susan 159
Halstead, Celeste 100, 116, 128, 142,
143, 144, 152
Halstead, Cindy 159
Halvin, Julie 159, 168
Hanberger, Karen 87, 159
Hamilton, Janine 100, 144
Hamilton, Jodi 141, 150, 178
Hamilton, Marc 56, 151, 152, 159
Hamilton, Teresa 137, 150, 152, 159
Hamlin, Stephanie 159
Haner, Jennifer 100, 151
Haner, Jon 134, 151, 178
Haney, Alton 75
Hanson, Bryon 148, 159
Hardie, Christina 159
Hardt, Jeff 100
Hardt, Steve 66, 179
Hargroves, Mark 179
Harmon, Michelle 100, 107, 116, 124,
142, 143, 152, 159
Harmon, Shelley 100, 143, 144
Harper, Ray 179
Harper, Teresa 100
Harrah, Julie 144, 159
Harrell, Terry 48
Harrell, William 179
Harris, Brian 179
Harris, Chris 160
Harris, Janet 32, 51, 54, 60, 61, 62, 74,
100, 144, 146, 152,200
Harris, Karrie 82, 144, 146, 179, 198
Harrison, James 103, 200
Harrison, Jennifer 84, 100
Hart, Chad 179
Hartung, Jeff 99, 135
Hastings, Scott 99
Hawkins, Chris 179
Hawkins, Heather 179, 139, 143, 144,
Hayden, Carol 136, 172, 179, 185
Hayden, Phil 99, 138
Haye, Ron 179
Hayes, Randy 52, 53, 62, 63, 93, 99, 144,
Haynes, Kelly 160
Heath, Terrie 99
Hecht, Julie 74, 77, 144, 146, 160
Heminger, Teresa 160
Henderson, Gary 48, 179
Hendrickson, Stacy 51, 133, 160
Hendrix, Michelle 179
Hensley, Darren 99
Hephner, Michele 179
Hernandez, Vicki 51, 179
Herron, Kim 133, 160
Hewitt, Dean 179
Hicks, Charlie 99
Hicks, Mike 160
Hight, Brian 99
Hill, Jennifer 179
Hill, Lori 150, 179
Hinds, Brad 9, 179
Hines, Charise 41, 42, 43, 45, 144, 146,
150, 154, 160, 165
Hines, Jeff 8, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 75,
99, 144, 146, 152
Hinkefent, Mary Ann 142, 143, 149, 150,
Hitchcock, James 148, 160
Hodges, Chuck 36, 99, 146
Hodges, Gwen 8, 99, 144
Hollands, Stephanie 99, 139, 144, 148,
Holmes, Teresa 54, 57, 58, 160
Holsey, Kristine 179
Holt, Dawn 138, 146, 160
Holt, James 136, 179
Hommel, Thomas 138, 160
Hood, Mary 138, 142, 160
Hoover, Chris 99, 119, 138, 149
Hoover, Greg 138, 179
Hope, Neal 46, 47, 120, 130, 143, 160
Hopkins, Kendall 47, 75, 146, 160, 162
Hopkins, Pam 138, 150, 179
Horn, Kellye 142, 160
Horstman, Karen 179
Hosch, Chris 99
Hottes, Tabatha 179
Housdan, David 160
Howard, Danny 99
Howard, Doug 148, 160
Howard, Lisa 142, 143, 144, 151, 160
Howard, Renee 160
Howard, Shannon 179
Howell, Kevin 179
Howell, Malissa 101
Howison, Bill 102
Howland, Renee 102, 129, 144, 146
Hubbard, Cindy 102, 129, 144, 146
Hubbard, Greg 48, 179
Huckabee, Lori 54, 62, 63, 102, 144, 146,
Huerta,lnelmar137, 150, 151, 152, 160,
Huerta, Lenyhar 87
Huerta, Marleny 102, 141
Huffman, Suzannah 138, 143, 179
Hughes, Jerry 179
Hula, Rachel 143, 148, 150, 160, 165,
Hulet, Mark 35, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42, 75,
Hulse, Trevis 66, 151, 160
Humbyrd, Gina 102, 132, 136,200
Hume Chris 47, 144, 146, 160, 165
Hunt, Scott 160
Hunter, Scott 120
Hurd, Robert 179
Hurley, Lisa 137, 138, 150, 160
Hurn, Karen 102
Hussey, Laura 137, 151, 152, 160, 165
Huyah, Hung 179
Huynh, Le Ctuyen 160
Huynh, Vien 102
Hyde, Ken 160
Hyde, Lisa 142, 144, 179
lnbody, Rocky 161
Ingram, Carol 161
Ingram, Wade 179
lnman, Kelli 148, 161
Isaacson, Ken 48, 180
lshee Kathlyn 180
Jackson, Darren 138, 144, 180
Jackson, Jana 144, 151, 180
Jarnagin, Adrienne 133, 149, 161, 199
Jay, Francine 161, 164
Joffe, Tacy 102, 122, 123, 147, 149, 150
Johnson, Bob 180
Johnson, Eva 11, 141, 143, 144, 148,
Johnson, Kyle 102
Johnson, Lynelle102, 141, 147, 152
Johnson, Monica 50, 180
Johnson, Scot 66, 141, 150, 180
Johnston, Darren 78
Johnston, Randy 102
Johnston, Ricky 102
Jones, Christine 13, 69, 70, 72, 73, 144,
146, 150, 161
Jones, Cindy 69
Jones, Joe 161
Jones, Kim 87, 142, 180
Jones, Rena 102
Jones, Rhonda 144, 148, 152, 161, 165
Jones, Robert 103, 136, 151
Jones, Roger 161
Jones, Vicki 103, 144, 146
Jordan, Jeff 66, 180
Kaiser, Chris 36, 41, 42, 43, 103, 126,
144, 146, 199
Kane, Brian 85, 136, 151, 161
Kang, Yun Hui 103, 128, 142, 143, 144
Kanitz, Michelle 141, 142, 150, 180
Kapple, Keith 66, 180
Karnes, lvan 180
Kauffman, Jeff 149, 150, 180
Keeling, Mike 180
Keitges, Tommy 48, 75, 180, 202
Kelley, Charla 143, 180
Kelley, Steve 103, 148
Keltner, Tammy 133, 161
Kemm, Christina 180
Kenley, Elizabeth 119, 149, 153
Kennedy, Tim 84, 161
Kennell, Laura 45, 103, 142, 144, 146
Kennett, Kevin 161
Kennon, Tracie 103
Kern, Stephanie 103, 144
Ketring, Steve 104, 138, 152
Key, Robert 161
Khan, Erum 133, 161
Khavarian, Ruston 104
Kietzman, Tiffany 104
Kile, Kevin 138, 180
Kim, Joe 66, 180
Kimm, Jeannie 87, 180
Kimmle, Leann 136, 161,200
King, Darrin 161
King, John 104
King, Kenney 180
Kinney, Matt 48, 180
Kinney, Pat 47, 52, 53, 56, 60, 61, 146,
150, 151, 161
Kinnison, Chris 48, 180
Kish, Dee Dee 161
Kleier, Jeff 151, 180
Klingenberg, Jon 161
Knapp, Jennifer K. 161
Knapp, Jennifer L. 133, 180
Knight, Arlin 147, 180
Knight, Devin 161
Knowles, Lisa 103, 104, 116, 125, 129
Koehler, Karl 75, 136, 175, 180
Koskey, Jennifer 103, 104, 143, 144, 145
Koskey, Missy 143, 150, 180
Krier, Todd 75, 76, 77, 161
Krieser, Kevin 104, 123
Kuchel, Michelle 144, 180
Kurtz, Tom 180
Lancaster, Meredith 149, 150, 180
Lankford, Shawn 46, 47, 66, 138, 139,
Larson, Tyler 149
Latting, Brad 13, 104
Law, Jeff 75, 180
Lawbaugh, James 85, 100, 104, 116,
Lawerence, Gana 161
Lawson, Kelli 148, 161
La Hore, Theresa 180
Lea, Jimmy 47, 75, 150, 162
Leach, Tracy 133, 148, 162
Lee, David 180
Lehman, Dan 104, 138
Leippert, Steve 48, 180
Leslie, Frankie 162
Lewellan, Cami 45, 144
Lewis, Jacque 146, 151, 181
Lewis, Janet 104
Lewis, Julie 181
Lewis, Mitchell 181
Lewis, Larry 148, 162
Liiieskau, Tracy 5, 142, 143, 144, 146,
148, 162, 165
Lindsey, Julie 104, 138
Linihan, George 75
Linzey, Darlene 162
Litsey, Eric 96, 105 '
Long, Brent 47, 78, 79, 162, 201
Lopez, Richard 85, 105
Loud, Jody 105
Lovelace, James 135, 136, 162
Lovelace, Laina 162
Lowe, Terrance 138, 162
Lucas, Missie 142, 151, 162
Luce, David 162
Luciano, Corinona 105, 141
Lufkin, David 162
Lund, Lynne 162
Lunn, Trina 181
Lytle, Gary 105, 135
McCann, Doug 162
McClain, Lori 86, 150, 162, 165
McCleary, Melanie 148, 162
McCoy, Alan 148
McCoy, Tina 72, 73, 74, 144, 150, 181
McCune, Aurther 105, 135, 151, 153
McCune, Laurie 138, 142, 162
McDonald, Chuck 105, 132, 136
McDonald, Darrin 52, 53, 56, 62, 103,
105, 143, 144, 145, 146, 152,200
McDonald, Stephanie 148, 162
McDonough, Tracy 48, 144, 181
McDowell, Carrie 162
McFarland, Roni 105, 142
McGraw, Zandra 105, 142, 144, 147
McGuire, Randall 150, 162
McKnight, Jeff 144, 146, 150, 152, 162,
McMorrough, Ted 186
McNabb, Dawn 137, 150, 181
McNieI, Mike 138
Mackey, John 181
Macoubrie, Michael 47, 162
Maddox, Lisa 106, 153
Madigan, Tom 181
Magic, Michelle 143, 144, 150, 181, 183,
Mahoney, Greg 162
Mahoney, Jamie 162
Makhdoom, Saima 133, 141, 181
Males, Kristy 144, 162, 171
Mallavaram, Aparna 134, 141, 150, 181
Malocsay, Denise 162
Malwick, Dave 48, 181
Mamrosh, Alan 162
Marion, Kesia 96, 149
Mark, Larry 136, 162
Marlow, Shanna 186, 144
Marrs, Tommy 9, 36, 186, 107, 198
Marsh, Bruce 141, 162
Martin, Brian 48, 150, 181
Martin, George 162
Martin, Michael 47, 148, 162, 170
Martin, Rhonda 106, 134, 141, 150
Martinez, Kathy 151, 181, 185
Martino, Darren 148, 162
Marzaian, Michelle 147, 151, 162
Mason, Susanne 141, 150, 181
Masterson, Lisa 150, 181, 187
Mathis, Steve 48, 181
Maxey, Beth 137, 181
Maxey, Chris 186
Mayo, Crystal 106, 141
Mead, Mark 36, 106, 117, 144, 145
Meadows, Tina 162
Mecher, Darin 181
Meriable, Dusty 135, 162
Michael, Angie 144, 148, 181
Miaaaugh, Keii 148, 162, 165
Miller, Claudia 144, 181
Miller, Doug 84, 162
Miller, Eva 162
Miller, Forrest 181
Miller, Johnny 162
Miller, Mike 75, 76, 186
Miller, Robyn 181
Miner, Gary 162
Mitchell, Brice 162
Mitchell, Dana 134, 150, 162
Mobley, Jack 186
Mobley, Jeff 9, 186
Muffin, Andrew 138, 147, 162
Moffitt, Barbara 181
Monson, Bill 148, 162
Monteith, Melanie 87, 181
Montgomery, Wendy 49, 177, 181
. Greg 75, 181
,Steve 150, 180, 181
,Susie 45, 142, 144, 146, 148, 162
Monica 138, 150, 181, 183
Morano, Jon 153, 162
Morgon, Brian 181
Morgan, Stacee 150, 181
Morris, Tanya 130, 142, 162
Morrow, Rodger 106
Morrow, Tanya 57, 58
Mullen, Brad 104, 107, 138,208
Murature, Mark 107, 148, 162
Murature, Matt 148
Murphy, Carmis 107
Murray, James 48, 78, 79, 146, 181,201
Muthert, Todd 48, 181
Myers, Christina 107
Myers, James 181
Nario, Mike 163
Nazim, Eric 107, 133, 149
Newby, Tracy 107
Ngu Phu, Vinh 182
Nguyen, Lan 146, 147, 163, 182
Nguyen, Phuc 163
Nguyen, Quang 163
Niles, Kelly 86, 107, 144, 146
Nix, Kevin 163
Nix, Kim 77, 182
Noel, Angie 144, 130, 182
Norman, Biff 47, 78, 79, 146, 163
Norris, Chrissie 148, 163
O'Bqnion, Tina 103, 107, 143
O'Bryan, Randy 107
Oden, Jarrell 182
Oestreich, Tyler 163
Ogan, Kathy 151, 163
Ogle, Glenda 163
Oliver, Ellen 138
Olson, David 107, 132, 136
O'Neill, Michaele 18, 144, 146, 153, 158,
163, 164, 169, 208
Onstott, Jill 41, 42, 43, 49, 139, 144,
Orr, Kim 182
Otte, Chris 150
Overturf, Steve 48, 86, 153, 182
Owsley, Todd 164
Pancho, Rojas 182
Park, Sung Joon 108, 148
Parker, Jeff 182
Partain, Peggy 164
Passini, Donna 164
Patrick, Glen 164
Patrick, Mark 36, 108, 144
Paulsgrove, Melanie 182
Payne: Janice 91, 103, 108, 116, 124,
Payne: Paul ss, 141, 182
Daniel 148, 182
144 152 153
:Mirah 34, 35, 38, 47, 56, va, 79,
Susan 133, 164
Pearson, Keith 34, 35, 39, 47, 164
Pendergrass, Angie 146, 150, 182, 185
Penix, Dayna 108, 148
Penner, Sherry 108, 133
Perriggo, Angela 138, 139, 182
Phillips, Sherrie 150, 182
Pierce, Billy 66, 182
Pilgrim, Billy 164
Pippin, Tami 119, 138, 146, 151, 154,
160, 164, 165
Pires, Luiz 147, 164
Pirtle, Mitch 182
Planer, Kerry 9, 36, 78, 79, 81, 108, 144 l
Plischke, Michelle 137, 138, 182
Plummer, Jay 164
Poindexter, Brad 48, 151, 182
Polk, James 182
Pope, Shannon 133, 164, 179
Posey, Tim 142, 153, 182, 185
Powell, Connie 142, 158, 164,208
Powell, Stefani 182
Pratz, Patty 48, 144, 182
Price, Dawna 144, 164
Price, Robin 108, 138, 148, 150
Price, Steve 164
Prince, Brian 38, 47, 67, 70, 75, 164
Pruitt, Steve 9, 108, 129, 144, 146
Pugh, Eric 75, 138, 141, 182
Purget, Renee 108
Quihuis, Mike 13, 108
Ramsay, Phil 182
Ramsey, Dana 142, 182
Randolph, Leslie 12, 108, 138, 139, 143
Rast, Christi 164
Rathbun, Tom 148, 164
Rawlings, Kim 148, 164
Ray, Billy 182
Ray, Jeff 78, BO, 81, 182
Reed, Andrew 164
Reeves, Shelly 138, 182
Reibert, Scott 108
Reiser, Steve 108, 122
Reisinger, Dee Dee 108, 144
Rexroat, James 164
Reynolds, Chris 144, 164, 166
Reynolds, Laura 109, 141
Reynolds, Tiffany 109
Rhees, Pat 48, 183
Rhees, Phil 29, 53, 62, 91, 93, 103, 109
Rhodes, Kyle 48, 182
Ribbe, David 183
Richards, Eron 164
Richards, Kerry 150, 183
Ridings, Tamra 164
Riecken, Anna 109
Rierson, Ronie 144, 183
Rinehart, Laura 164
Ringhoff, Danny 183
Ringhoff, Lynn 7, 154, 164
Ritter, Debbie 183
Robb, Steve 150, 183
Roberts, Julie 74, 146, 185, 183, 185,
Roberts, Kelly 109
Roberts, Mike 47, 65, 66, 164
Robertson, Kim 143
Robertson, Marshall 183
Robinson, Nancy 142, 151
Robinson, Ron 153
Rock, Eric 109
Roderick, James 164
Rodger, Shawn 183
Rogers, Barry 109
Rogers, Charles 183
Rohling, Mike 78, 79, 81, 109,201
Perry, Kris 103, 108, 141, 144, 150
Perry, Lavaunna 138, 164
Pestinger, Kelli 108, 146
Peterson, Todd 164
Philips, Gene 13, 138, 146, 151, 164
Phillips, Beth 138, 148, 164
Phillips, Shelley 139, 146, 152, 160, 164,
Rosenthal, Michelle 13, 139, 150, 165
Rousset, Brent 138
Ruckman, Billy 66, 183
Rush, Mike 142, 183
Ryan, Anna 138, 165
Ryan, Eimile 74, 76, 77, 183
Ryan, Elliot 136, 183
Ryer, Karen 109, 147
Ryon, Todd 109
Saint, Matt 36, 38, 41, 42, 43, 78, 79,
109, 144, 146
Salazar, Jesus 9, 165
Salyer, David 48, 183
Sanders, Bob 47, 84, 156, 165
Sanders, Shani 183
Sanderson, Mike 109
Sanderson, Tracy 133, 150, 183
Sarey, Diane 110, 127, 143, 144, 149,
Sasser, Debbie 1 10
Schatz, Janna 149, 183
Scher, Mike 151, 183
Schlenker, Mike 110
Schlosser, Cindy 110
Schmeck, Frank 165
Schmidt, Hans 183
Schock, Susie 50, 51, 54, 57, 58, 155,
Schroeder, Mary 165
Schwier, Jason 148, 165
Schwier, Todd 110, 148
Scott, Jim 110
Scott, Kathy 144, 183
Scott, Kim 143, 144, 151, 165
Scott, Tom 183
Scranton, Joe 165
Seaton, Joelle 165
Seaton, Kenna 100, 123, 142, 147, 150,
Seeber, Dana 72, 73, 151, 165
Seehafer, Jennie 9, 51, 87, 103, 110,
Seehafer, Mark 47, 75, 151, 162, 165
Setser, Andrea 132, 133, 165
Shah, Darshi 103, 110, 122, 142, 143,
147, 150, 152
Sharpe, Julie 110, 144
Shaw, Sally 148, 165
Shears, Robert 10, 78, 79, 110, 144
Shell, Cindy 165
Shelton, Michelle 165
Shelton, Rhonda 110, 141
Shephard, Kim 183
Shephard, Leon 183, 185
Shepherd, Jill 150, 183
Sherl, Ginger 144, 184
Sherwin, Nancy 184
Short, Andy 48, 75, 184
Sigman, Charles 111, 103
Sills, LuAnn 111, 133, 151
Simianer, Steve 84, 143
Simmons, Brenda 111
Simmons, Nicci 8, 54, 57, 58, 142, 144,
Sims, Lisa 184
Sims, Shaye 165
Skates, Mike 47, 143, 144, 165
Skinner, Cristy 27, 111, 142, 144, 146
Slatcher, Fred 75, 1 1 1
Slatcher, Mark 184
Sligh, Karla 135, 184
Smith, Cheryl 184
Smith, Courtney 184
Smith, Debbie 137, 184
Smith, Ernest 111
Smith, Geneva 165
Smith, Jeff 142, 165
Smith, Lacy 184, 185
Smith, Laurie 184
Smith, Lindsey 165
Smith, Mary 165
Smith, Sean 134, 184
Smith, Shawn 144, 165
Smith, Tommi 54, 55, 60, 111, 146
Snell, Yvonne 166
Snider, Renae 49, 138, 144, 184
Snoddy, Tony 12, 47, 142, 166, 198
Snodgrass, Denise 111, 141, 146
Snodgrass, Kurt 103, 111, 143, 144, 148
Sochdev, Monica 184
Somers, Kim 111
Sparks, Derek 153
Sparks, Sherri 166
Speegle, Tomi 13, 184
Spencer, Gene 184
Spencer, Mike 184
Spevak, Janet 184
Spohrer, Kristi 111, 144, 146, 150
Spratt, Suzanne 166
Spreeman, David 1 12
Spregle, Dawn 184
Squire, Donald 166 Q
Squire, Paul 166
Srinivasan, Sudha 112, 147, 152
Stagg, Joe 48, 184
Stagg, Paul 136
Stamback, Carla 112, 142, 147, 152 -
Stanley, Melissa 137, 150, 166
Stapleton, Sheryl 184
Stapp, Lisa 112, 151
Starkey, Kathy 15, 112, 141, 144
Steele, Mike 36, 93, 112, 144
Steele, Robert 166
Stein, Bill 112
Steitz, Cindy 150, 154
Stephan, Vince 66, 166
Stephens, Biff 48, 184
Stephens, Grojean 138, 166
Stevens, Shelley 184
Stevenson, Brett 166
Stevenson, Kathy 148, 166
Steveson, Steve 112
Stewart, David 153, 184, 185
Stewart. Leigh 119, 134, 143, 144, 151,
Stewart, Leslie 139, 143, 144, 151, 166
Stewart, Pat 184
Stewart, Tommy 141, 166
Stilrzgll, Laura 143, 148, 150, 165, 166,
Stockman, Randall 184
Stockstill, Chris 166
Stokely, Shelley 11, 144, 146, 148, 165,
Storm, Chris 184
Stotler, Doug 184
Stratman, John 75, 184
Sue, Kay 144
Sugar, Tony 185
Sullivan, Donna 143, 149, 185
Summers, Marnie 142, 166
Suri, Tony 112
Sutton, Susie 8, 92, 103, 112, 116, 124,
Swearengin, Joe 166
Swindell, Shellie 166
Switters, Jeff 132, 136, 185
Szeszulski, Dinah 150, 185
Tabor, Karen 62, 63, 54, 112,200
Tackett, Todd 153, 166
Tallman, Greg 185
Tartar, Ronnie 166
Taylor, Richard 112
Teel, Lori 112, 133
Teeters, Shawn 36, 39, 112, 144, 146,
Temme, Christi 148, 166
Temple, Joanie 134, 150, 180, 185
Tener, Gina 50, 51, 85, 150, 185
Tetangco, Selwyna 150, 185
Thai, Nhan 185
Thomas, Bill 150, 166
Thompson, Ashley 74, 77, 151, 166
Thompson, Mark 48, 52, 53, 56, 62, 63,
78, 79, 185,200
Thompson, Tonya 111, 149
Thornburgh, Rhana 45, 111, 112, 139,
144, 146, 152
Thornton, Andrew 143
Thornton, Tammi 112, 144
Thummel, Reagan 136, 138, 185
Tieszen, Paige 10, 72, 73, 113, 144
Tinker, Terri 103, 113, 144
Tobey, Scott 1 13
Todd, Stephanie 32, 50, 51, 54, 74, 1 13,
Wells, Carrie 114
Wells, Cassy 138, 186
Westbrooks, Darren 186
Westphal, Ines 150, 167
Wheatcraft, Rusty 167
Tomkoria, Manju 148, 166
Tomlim, James 148, 166
Tomlin, Rhonda 166
Tonihka, Kenny 166
Torbitt, Paula 185.
Totty, Kim 185
Travers, Kim 143, 144, 150, 183, 185
Trickett, Stephanie 185
Triggia, Liliane 166
Triggia, Luigi 185
Trout, Lori 135, 166
Tucker, Lisa 113
Tucker, Mike 167
Tuell, Shawn 133, 167
Turner, Angela 133, 143
Turner, Donna 113
Turner, Pam 185
Twibell, Bryan 136, 138, 167
Twist, Kellie 185
Twist, Steve 113
Tygart, Lori 167
Tygart, Randy 144, 185
Ur, Vincent 147, 151, 167
Valliere, James 185
Van Brunt, Veronica 144, 185
Van Hoose, Dawn 185
VanHorn, Darren 36, 103, 106, 113, 150
Van Mieghem, Laura 113
Vanboegh, Ronda 113, 148
Vanderboegh, Kim 167
White, Chris 114, 128
White, Janell 16, 150, 186
White, Rhonda 186
White, Scott 114
Widick, Van 114
Wilkerson, Bill 47, 167
Willard, Holly 186
Williams, Cameron 47, 146, 150, 151,
Williams, Cheri 11, 148, 167
Williams, Dawn 114, 148
Williams, De Angelo 10, 47, 138,
Greg 34, 150, 167
Randy 138, 150, 185
Tammi 74, 144, 167,
I Tracy 138, 185
Wendell 48, 167
Wilson, Amy 136, 150, 187
Wilson, David 187
Wilson, Susan 114, 141
Wingo, Shawn 167
Witt, Charles 47, 144, 146, 167,
Witte, Scott 47, 167, 170
Wolf, Robert 114
Wolfe, Kristi 114
Wood, Angela 115, 144
Wood, David 187
Wood, Mark 81, 182, 187
Wood, Michelle 167
Wood, Mitch 36, 115, 150
Vandiver, Robyn 113
Vannoy, Tommy 113, 123
Vargas, Ky 185
Vasquez, Wendy 113, 127, 141
Vaughan, Rick 38, 46, 47, 78, 79, 146,
Veliz, Alex 167
Verner, Cynthia 54, 55, 61, 62, 63, 74,
143, 150, 167
Viesca, Ramon 148
Vu, Kim 167
Wadsworth, Greg 1 13
Waggoner, Damon 86, 95, 114, 1 16, 124,
Waggoner, Shannon 87, 185
Wagner, Brent 113
Waites, Lisa 141, 144, 167
Waites, Troy 114
Walker, Jeff 66
Walker, Johnnie 66, 68, 70, 71, 72, 93,
Wallace, Steve 165, 167
Walston, Vender 57, 58, 87, 185
Walter, Bryan 185
Walters, Carolyn 54, 114, 152
Waner, Scott 47, 167
Ward, Kristi 167
Waring, Jayne 186
Warner, Doug 167
Warner, Rob 84, 167, 203
Watkins, Daniel 114, 135
Watson, Tara 114, 144, 151
Watt, James 48, 64, 146, 186
Watters, Mark 186
Webb, Todd 186
Weingartner, Denise 114, 133
Weinstein, Seth 167
Weisinger, Shane 48, 86, 186
Welch, Charles 186
Weldon, Tracy 167
Woodard, Elizabeth 144, 150
Worcester, John 115
Worcester, Tom 187
Wright, Beth 167
Wright, Wilson 187
Wyatt, Christine 133, 147
Wyatt, Eric 146, 151, 167
Wyatt, Sallie 133, 187
Yarbrough, Brent 187
Yates, Tom 115, 136, 141
Young, Kelly 144, 150, 168
Younger, Scott 187
Zachry, Sandra 115
Zane, Stephanie 115, 116, 133
Zang, Charles 115, 142, 147, 152, 153
Zardus, Paul 135, 150, 187
Zell, Jim 1 15
Zell, Lisa 115, 141, 144
Zinn, Terry 66, 168
Zuiches, Kim 133, 187
1984 REDSKIN staff: Catchin' the rays from left to right are: Robert Foster, Brad Mullen, Adviser Jane Finley, Kevin Flowers, Mike Adams, Michaele O'Neill, Lisa
Diffenderfer, Connie Powell, Rachel Hula, and Kristy Duffy.
We Caught the Spirit . . .
ow We're Catchin' the Rays!
ln the beginning there was the sprit of the Redskin - and the year-
book staff tried to capture that spirit and preserve it in a book. Now,
after accomplishing our goal, we are ready to reflect on some things
we've learned together. fAfter all, isn't that what school is all about?D
Kristy Duffy learned to type and alphabetize. Rachel Hula learned
never, under any circumstances, to ask Bryan Craig to write baseball
Brad Mullen learned that sports deadlines are impossible and Kevin
Flowers learned to deal with Brad Mullen at deadline time.
Michaele O'Neill learned lOl new ways to get out of every class ex-
cept yearbook, and Connie Powell learned to decipher Michaele's
Mike Adams learned to hug everybody so they wouldn't gripe at
him for not having a picture ready, and Robert talias 'Baboo'J
Foster made everyone laugh.
Lisa Diffenderfer learned that it is not cool to show yearbook pic-
tures to 'outsiders', and Mrs. Finley learned to pick up the pieces
when everything fell apart.
Putting this book together was an experience we'll never forget. lf it
makes you laugh, if it makes you cry, if it makes you capture some
forgotten emotion or find some forgotten dream - then we have been
successful. We're proud of the '84 REDSKIN and the 1200 people who
made it possible. We hope you are too.
Meanwhile, we'll lay back and catch some rays and relax. There's
not much time left before we have to start work collecting memories
for next year.
There are many cliches about saving the best for last and the last
finishing first. ln the case of this book, we just wanted the final word.
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Kfter nine months of "catching the spirit" tamong other
thingsi, the 1984 REDSKIN 'staff is proud to present their
finished product. 800 copies have been printed by Taylor
Publishing Company of Dallas, Texas.
The 208 page book, the largest in Llnion's history, is printed
in black ink on 80 Ib. enamel paper with 16 pages of four-color.
Headlines were printed in Korinna, Garamond and Palatino
type in various point sizes. Body copy is 10 pt. Korinna and
picture captions are 8 pt. Korinna.
The cover is grey fabricoid with smythe binding. Renegade
art is by Connie Powell. 3 t ,
Because the staff was,concerned with producing the finest
possible yearbook, it was necessary to call upon the serivces
of individuals without whose contributions, this book would
not havebeen possible. We extend our sincere gratitude tof. .
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Les Petersen, and the staff of Petersen's Photography for
photographing and processing the senior portraits, Royal-
ity, and other special events.
Jim Williams, of the Broken Arrow Ledger, and James Inman
l of Neighbor Newspapers for allowing us to reuse their ex-
cellent sports photographs. '
Enterprise School Photos for coming to school and taking the
Junior and Sophomore pictures
Duane Wilkerson, district photographer, for his photographs
Jon Morano, Bryan Craig, and Diane Sarey of the VOICE staff,
for their help in writitng copy. u
The faculty and staff of GHS for their support and cooperation
in helping the staffgneet deadlines. T
Terye.Myers' of Taylor 'Publishing for his guidance and pa-
tience. We couldn't have done it without you!
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