Union High School - Yoon Yun Yearbook (Roosevelt, UT)
- Class of 1984
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Table of Contents
Introduction ..... 1-1 7
Student LU'e .... 18-29
Seniors ......... 30-51
Sports .......... 52-89
Juniors ........ 90-105
Sophomores. . . 140-155
Activities ..... 156-1 75
Honor ........ 1 76-195
Index ......... 220-223
Union High School
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
Editor ...... Clark Draney
Advisor. . .Nancy Percival
Staff: . .Kristina Harrison
Artist: ........ Kelly Cook
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It's okay Tony W she'll be her
Wayne G. thatfs not a basketball, it's
a fellow senior.
Penny B. and Lesa B. don t be so hard
on the underclassmen.
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Vlichelle M and DeeDee T. pigging out
You sazd lt all, Jzll S.
Simon says, "Su y
Seniors rate. "
ow us how
Father Espanozas marrying
fwofhef happy a '
Jeff B. is conternplating where Io make
his next move chess, while trying to
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business will pick up.
Charlie D. and his new blue wig.
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Cf It All!
K'orrie's favorite pastime is
"Oooooeeeee . . . How I like my mom-
ma 's fried chicken!" comments Scott
J. to his best ffiend Mike B.
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"We baaad! " says Robbie B. to Jamie
Cristine A. and Jodalee C. look soo en-
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a lot in common.
Ryan L. is caught enjoying his gourmet
Ready for study with books and pop
in hand, Lance M. and Bryce W. find
something to talk about instead.
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iphomores have spirit too!
Craig L. shows how a Sophomore has
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Connie 0. definitely has the upper
hand on Christine R. as they "discuss"
a common topic - boys.
Gina G., Sherilyn J.,
and Michelle B.
can 't be beat for classey dress, during
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DE CA 's float was a perfect description
of what Emery looked like.
10 HOMECOMING WEEK
Seniors had the lll hall.
Hollee' V. and Joe A. were honored as
Queen and Kmg
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Wendy N., please swim in water, not
The Lundstrom Gansters take on
HOMECOMING WEEK ll
Because of many painful hours of practice, great deter-
mination, ana' a fabulous coach, Miss Walker, Union High
School has won the State Championships in 2a schools for the
past three years in the sport of Gymnastics. This team was the
State Champs for 1982-83 school year. The participants ana'
results for that season wereg front row: Marlena Spencer Clst
place barsj, Wendy Nebeker llst place vaultj, and Karen Beavers
flst place floor exercisej. Back row: Kaelynne Spencer, Shan-
non Frandsen, Rhonda Davis.
12 STATE CHAMPS
If you put a lot of hard work, a winning attitude, and an
outstanding director like Mrs. Dunsmore, together, you come
up with several State Championships in the field of Forensics.
1982-83 State Champions. First Row: Daine Berggren, Raelyn
Eldredge, Penny Rawlings, Becky Larsen, Wendi Powell, Tina
Heaton. Second Row: Greg Jones, Stephanie Alexander, Amy
Dennis, Tammy Stewart, Pauline Pappas flst place debatej,
Mike Dastrup, Dale Madsen, James Call llst place Legislative
Forumj. Third Row: Jeff Madsen, Malinda Jordan, Hollee'
VanderKraats, James White, Sonnet Swain, Beverly Mortensen
llst place debatej, Cecilia Collier.
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Mrs. Bolton, art
'Vind now, the rest ofthe story . . . " was a line
heard by U. S. History and German students in
Mr. Corry 's class.
Taking a break with some of his students was
a natural pastime for Mr. Wood, this year,
Mr. lvhtchell, vice principal and his ever present 'Q 4
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lr. WoUf always gets the dirty work, like
jereeing at the mud-wrestling during
"We have our Eggs-Lax, just like we use
. . . , " Mr. Allen sang during a very spirited
Hoping for a victory, Coach Meritt encourag-
A - ed football fans to come and support the team.
The N. Sanpete Chicken Hawks paid a visit to
Union this year and Mrs. Grwin and a few of
them showed us just what they're made of
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t began as a N.A.H. S. project and soon
grew to be much more. Many students
eventually worked on the big mural that
was hung in the Cougar Den.
Thousands of hours were spent by the
students painting the individual blocks, ty-
ing the blocks together with a giant rainbow
and Hnally putting on the j7nal touches.
Mrs. Bolton, art instructor, oversaw the
entire process but allowed a lot of creative
The scenes depicted on the mural range
from a Skoal can to a S2 dollar bill. They
included wood shop, a chemistry lab,
computer-headed people and Adolf Hitler
with a ghetto-blaster.
Union can be proud ofa talent that not
only includes athletics and academics, but
also art. This mural shows it all.
Dedicated art-students, like Heather made the mural as great
as it is.
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Front Row: Clark
Long hours put in by many with a
lzll Sanders, Larry Squire, David Espanoza, Dennis Nelson. Back Row: Kelly Cook, Tom
Hadden, Liesle Grover, Alison Evans, Heather Wilson, Alison Hubert, Ronnie Curry, JaCina Wilson.
Art students like JeffJ. like to have thingsjust right.
Dane G. works on a cartoon of Hagar the Horrible.
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Robbie G. in "Stained Glass"
Michelle M. was an Art Student of the Month also.
clones were judged closely. acid-rain.
ents or Annan
Third-Place winner, Greg with his
project on DNA.
20 SCIENCE FAIR
cid rain and Carrot cloning. What?
Yes, these and about a dozen or so
other subjects were well covered by
science fair students at the annual Duchesne
County Science Fair held at U.H.S.
Dedicated chemists and physicists spent
weeks in preparation for the big event. The
aromatic smell of something? combusting
drifted from Mr. Merrill's room at all hours
as Ronnie Mortenson concocted genuine acid-
rain in his home built apparatus. Tyler Jensen
spent an entire morning trying to fl! a
graduated cylinder with soap suds for his ex-
periments on the speed of sound.
When it was all said, sweated through and
done, Union came out with two of the top three
places. Ronnie took first place and Greg Jones
captured third. We also won the traveling
trophy twhich hasn't done much traveling
because no one but Union has ever won itj. Our
ingenuity and intelligence had shown through
again and we came out atop the heap.
Mortensen developed ways to rid the world of
Lundstrom, Heather Wilson, Ron
Mortensen, Mr. Merrill. Back Row: Kent Ashton, JefjfBurton, Dayne Medlyn, Scott
Wilson, Bryan Elderege J Madsen Ron Winterton Tyler
rontRow: Smith, Dennyj
Since the launcher didn't work, wires on the end of
batteries had to do.
hizz! BANG! A rocket blasts off into the
morning sky, and explodes. 3rd hour
physics is up to their usual antics. This new
class pulled a few stunts through the year.
Fourth hour physiology often came to class smell-
ing popcorn. Third hour had the stuff many times.
The biggest event of the year was the building and
launching of model rockets. Despite delays due to cold
weather all the rockets were launched for attemptedj,
Some blast offs met with disaster, for instance, Laney
Smith's glider craft exploded almost immediately after
launch and came down in a quag-mire, nose-first. Tyler
Jensen's exploded after launch also. His came down
in a rain of pieces.
Laney S.'s glider wrecked ajier it's engine
blew apart and knocked it way off course.
Ronnie M. gets set to launch one
of the successful rockets.
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22 RICARDO CALASANS
or those of us who got to know this
black-eyed, dark-haired from Sao
Paulo, it was a little chunk of our
lives we won't forget. Ricardo Calasans
Urom Brazilj arrived here during the third
quarter. At j7rst he sat by himsehf in all his
classes and at lunch. Gradually we began to
notice him and he became more open and
friendly and talkative. By the time he left in
March he was talking our ears off
He obviously liked it here in Roosevelt.
Over and over again he said he would like
to come back after awhile. What did he like
the best here? According to him, he liked his
friends. Then, with a laugh, he said, ". . .
and the pizza, we don 't have pizza this good
in Brasil. "
6 6 et me see your ring. sounded
through the halls of U.H.S. on
December 9. A Josten 's
America representative was in the school with
The line to pick up the rings began to form
during lunch with eager juniors waiting to see
their ". . . expensive, but worth it. " rings.
Finally the man asked the j7rst person in the
line, . . name?" The time had come.
After he figured out your name this hear-
ing didn ,t seem to be very goodj and found
your precious little plastic bag he asked for the
balance of your ring 's cost. That ,s where peo-
ple started to faint. Some balances were as high
as 5200. 00 for real gold tgenuine metal, the real
stuffj. Others were as little IU' you call it littlej
as 390. 00 for marvelite.
Except for a few 'fattyu fingers who had
to send their rings back to be resized, everyone
was pretty much happy. If we don 't lose them,
our jr. rings will be a great reminder of our
junior year. Junior rings are precious metal.
"Wow, I'd like one ofthose!" thinks Lydia K. of
Debbie J. 's ring.
Shaugn O. inspects his precious metal.
Happiness is a new junior ring to Honie R.
CLASS RINGS 23
LeAnn T. "works" at sanding a
Ornate designs adorn Ron W.'s
24 WOOD SHOP
Cut, lue, sand, turn,
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Brad R.'s bed isn't long enough for him so he made this table to sleep on.
Cedar City participants were: Front: Kent Ashton, Brad Rassmussen, Connie
Richens, Josh Anderson, Shawn Lewis, LeAnn Taylor, Advisor Dallas
Reynolds. Back: Ron Winn, Clifford Lee, Trevor Birehell, Aaron Reary.
Many students participated in the Haunted House.
Haunted Hou e
ad doctors, vicious
killers and grue-
some dead peo-
ple. Visitors for victirnsj to
the Second Annual Haunted
House enjoyed the ghouls
and spooks. Probably the
biggest fund raiser in the
school, it was a big success
with jr. high and high school
According to Mrs.
Dunsmore, HU' it wasn 'I for
the Haunted House, we
wouldn,t be able to do a
musical production. "
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king after he got the most
"Big-Mouths" to open
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pep-assembly before our last
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belongs to Alison EJ was
Fourth hour physiology and another 'lterrible" lab. Scott J.
and Brett W. work together.
The life of a senior is never dull, at
least not when Shelley J. is around.
6 6 guess that's why they call it the blues-time
on my hands that Could be time spent with
There is that fckle time, once in a while, when we
are waitingfor things to get up and get going, when We
comes up to us and whacks us on the funny bone. We
squint our eyes and pueker up at the weird pain and try
not to get sidetracked from our routines. But, then
something in our brain goes A'eliek" and we say to
ourselves, "Oh, why not?"
Doug B. and Kevin L. to pick up all the cards we
spilled. "Oh well, why not'??"
STUDENT LIFE 27
One of the culprits took off to Boo-Boo
Africa with his wheel.
6 6 can 't lecture without my
wheels!" exclaimed Mr.
Corry. One fine morning,
the Big "C" came to his classroom and
found all the wheels of both his carts
missing. The culprits remained
anonymous for awhile, but, eventual-
ly, began to bargin with "Spaz-attackf'
They wanted to get extra-credit points
for the return of the wheels.
One day there appeared a poster
in Mr. "C's" room. It was a wanted
poster for WheelDro and Rolland. The
reward for the return of the wheels and
apprehension of the criminals was 100
extra-credit points. The Big "C"
declined the proposition.
28 STOLEN WHEELS
The mysterious wheel thieves struck repeatedly ana' without warning
The victim had his own rebuttal to the incident
Finally, after threats from Mr.
Wohf the culprits returned the wheels.
All of them that they could, that is. One
was gone, far across the ocean to
Austria, with Laney Smith.
Joyce Bolton-8 rs. teachin
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fter eight years of teaching art
at West Jr. High and Union
High, Mrs. Joyce Bolton is
retiring. Many of us knew her and had
classes from her and will miss her.
Mrs. Bolton became interested in
art when she saw a contest to draw a
wallpaper design. She entered and
Won! Her design was published in a
magazine. To quote her daughter, ".
. . it was awful, but she won." She
meant, of course, that the styles then
and now are dU'ferent.
Mrs. Bolton is recognized and ap-
preciated for her work in the Fine Arts
Fair and the sterling scholar program.
Her sterling scholar in art last year
Won! This has got to say something for
this fine woman.
She has inspired us, helped us and
made us achieve what we wanted from
ourselves in art. We will always thank
her for her ability to work with students
no matter what their ability. Her many
paintings of elves and trolls is evidence
of her greatest personal attribute, as
stated by her close friend, Mrs. Grgf-
fin, "She believes!"
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Spirit and Pride forever more
We're the Class of '84
Scott Wllsgn pfesldenf AIIISOH Hllbeff secretary
32 SENIOR OFFICERS
David Espanoza Suzy Mower historian
The world of crazy, wonderful love notes enguU's Senior girls.
Don 't Shoot! A violent senior, Jolynn G., takes aiin.
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Robin Bright Penny Brolherson
Lesa Brough Steve Brown
A tough schedule keeps seniors Raelyn E. anal Suzy M. on the ran.
Laurie Jo Davis
Greg J. and Penny R. pleased large audiences with their performances
of ' 'Hello Dolly
eing a senior has its ups and
downs. Graduation is a big
up, heading out into the world
all by yoursehf is a down. Turning 18 and
being considered an adult is an up, turn-
ing 18 and your parents still won 't let you
stay outpast 8.'30p.m. is a down. Becom-
ing a senior and realizing that your
girU'riend is now a senior too is an up,
becoming a senior and realizing that your
boyfriend has now moved on to college
is a down.
Having American Problems with all
seniors is an up, having World History
Uor the third timej with all sophomores
is a down. Passing all your classes the last
quarter is an up, flunking the Constitu-
tion Test again is a down. Ruling the
school is a defnite up, having Mr. WooU
crack down on you is a real down. The
Class of '84 can be proud because they
helped make this year a Big, Big UP!!
Rael yn Eldredge
Catherine L. has Bryan E. in the palm of her
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Steve M. demonstrales gutling fish.
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Il's a slicer, it's a dicer. Richard S. takes a knife to Diane S. at the Haunted House.
Dreaaled disease? National Art-Honor Society members Allison H. and Ja Cina W. are
initiated by painting on new faces.
Look morn, one hand."' says Ron W.
Cheryl Dawn Murray
"Where oh Where, has my little dog gone?" sings Tana S. as she teaches
her friends a new song.
This is what baby fish look like.
Rich y Peterson
"Something has got to be wrong with my schedule, " complains Ronnie R.
"they put me in Home Ec. "
Seniors sometimes have to beg to make it through their day. Shawn L. takes
eagerly and Larry S. thinks about it.
"1'd like to thank the Academy
for this Oscar and also my mother
and also all the little people,"
drones Todd L.
Larry Squire Dianne Steinhorst
Tammy Stewart Sonnet Swain
Laws of Physics. Scott W. Tyler J. work out some tough equations.
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Being a senior has its ups and downs, alright.
This is one of the ups, right Suzy M. !?!?
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Position: QB, DB
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Position: FB, LB
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Position: TE, DB Position: C, DT
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984 Kent Ashton
Position: TE, LB
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332 Andre Gray 41 Kevin Hirschz H52 Scott Jennings
Position: FB, LB Position WB DB Pggmgn G DE
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Position: SE, DB Position.' WB, DB Position: WB
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Position: 71 DE
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Position: TB, DB
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Position: WB, LB Position: QB, LB Position.' TB, DB
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534 Rodney Mezenen
Position: TB, DB
W89 Russ Nielsen
Position: TE, DB
461 Billy Pace
Position: G, LB
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P05iti0n,- 12 DT Position: T, DT Position: TE, LB
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Position: TB, DB Position: SE, DB
Lee Marrett Kim Peterson
Head Coach Assist. Coach
wins - 2 losses,
2nd in Region
ith a new coach and an experienced QB, the
Cougar football team started out the 83-84 season
strong, defeating Park City on Miner turf From there
on win after win came, joyously. We beat both
Wasatch and Uintah, after losing to them last year.
Then came the Region championships. Many loyal
fans traveled to far-off Morgan to watch our team com-
pete. In freezing cold, Union fans watched them go
down for the first time of the season. It sure made for
a long ride home.
State play-offs were next. When UHS met the N.S.
Hawks on the field, they gave us the biggest upset of
the year. Through the first ham we dominated the
scoreboard 21 -3. Then in the fateful second ham the
"Chicken"-Hawks found some secret reserves of
energy and came back to win 28-21.
Seven wins and only two losses is a great season.
None of it would have been possible without determina-
tion and guts from our team. Cougars, we think you 're
58 VARSITY FOOTBALL
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Position: G, LB
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Union 13 .... ............
......Park City 12
...Pinedale, Wyo. 7
...Uintah 12 fO.T.j
"tUnion 27 ........ Homecoming ........ Emery 6
9tUnion 6 ..... ................... G rantsville 0
Union 7 ....... ................ F ruita, Colo. 0
ifUnion 29 ................,......... Wasatch 13
"QUnion 7 .... Region Championship .... Morgan 21
0Union 21 .........
OState Play-Off Games
Tony Winn - All State Player
Chad Richard - Region
Russ Nielsen - Region
, . . Football
Front Row: Rodney Mezenen, Dean Clegg, Troy McGhee, Dean Carter, Craig Labrum, Jeff Bur-
ton. Back Row: Robbie Pitt, Mike Acord, Ryan Eldredge, Ricky Fenn, Bryon Brown, Bill Dulen,
Lights, Camera, Action
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Kellie Brown Joyce Burton Alison Huber!
Carol Mieure Sherry Nielsen Shirley Nielsen
9 wins - 8 losses,
2nd in Region, Sth in tate.
60 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Kayla Walker Dallas Reynolds
Kellie B. sets up for a perfect spike!
efeat! It was joyously ground into
the souls of Wasatch. Our Cougar
volleyball team beat the Wasps on
two occasions, both by 2 games to one. In
other games, the girls faired well winning
53'ha of their games.
The team travelled to Green River,
Wyoming jbr a tournament. There they lost
to both Rock Springs and Evanston.
In state play-ojfs, the Lady Cats beat
both Morgan and Grantsville. Then in the
actual state tournament, they lost to Manti
and again defeated Morgan.
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Maurleen O. completes an excellent block
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. . .2 Wasatch, . . .
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. . .2 Intermountain
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. . .2 Grantsville. . .
. . . . . .0 Rocksprings. .
. . .0 Evanston . . .
. . .2 Morgan . . . .
. . . . . .2 Grantsville. . .
. . .2 Morgan . . .
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Suzie Nielsen Connie 0'Drise0ll Maurleen Olsen
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LADY CA S
2nd in 2A tate Basketball
State Runners-up: Front Row: Kellie Brown, Kathy Nielsen, Alison Hubert, Suzy Nielson, Teresa Hougon, Connie
O'Driscoll, Sherry Nielsenp Back Row: Coach Stan Allen, Shelley Bastian, Joyce Burton, Allison Bell, 'ia Fresto
Maurleen Olsen, Shirley Nielson, Connie Richens, Carol Mieure, Coach Kayla Walker, Coach Shirl Raw ings.
64 STATE CHAMPS ZND PLACE
V Girl's Cross Countr
F r0ntR0w: Maria H unt, Dara Winger, Cindy Crozier, Shannon F randsen, Wendy Nebeker, Rebecca Williams, Kaelyn
or the first time in the several
years that there has been a
cross-country team at U.H.S.
was a full team of girls that
participated. For all the girls it was
their first experience running
In State competition they ran
against 3 7 other l A and ZA teams and
placed a very respectable third place.
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Front: Connie Richens, Joyce Burton, Alison Hubert, Teresa Houston, Sherry Nielsen, Shirley Nielsen,
Maurleen Olsen. Back: Coach Allen, Allison Bel isa Freslon athy Nielsen, Carol Mieure, Suzie Nielsen,
Kellie Brown, Connie O'Driscoll, Coach Rawlings.
Stan Allen Kayla Walker Shirl Rawlings
Head Assistant J. V.
66 GIRLS BASKETBALL
Ronnie Mortensen Shelly Bastian
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. . . East Carbon 34
. . . Altamont 43
..... Uintah 50
. . . . . Duchesne 44
. . . East Carbon 33
. . . . North Summit 52
. . . . . Duchesne 69
. . . .Grantsville 49
. . . . Wasatch 49
. . . . Morgan 56
. . . . Grantsville 61
67 .... .................. N orth Summit 66
71 .... ......................... M organ 50
74 .... ........................ S an Juan 41
51 .... ................ .... W a satch 50
irl's basketball has never gone
so far in the history of Union
High School as it did this year.
With a Region championship title and a
2nd Place win at the State Tourney, the
Lady Cats won 17 of their 20 games. This
was undoubtedly the best record ever
achieved by the girl's team.
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Suzie N. grabs the ball! Kellie B. lakes basketball seriously.
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All State Academic
Suzie N. uses her height.
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Region IX Champs
3rd in tate
Front: Glen Funk, Craig Phillips, Tony Brooksby, Shawn Cnch, Shane Frost
Middle: Bryon Brown, Steven Brown, Ronny Rich, Dean Carter, Jene Carter, Ken Winn
Back: Barbara Eldredge-Stats, Ryan Winn, Tony Winn, Todd Mair, Lloyd Bingham, Billy Pace,
Wayne Kittrell Ron Wolff
Steve Secret, Becky
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Tony W., leave his head on! Carter shows a Ute Wrestler wh0's boss.
Ready Set G0 . . . Craig P. Todd M. helpsahgsmzgp onentsee down.
says Todd M.
West High Tournament
Green River Tournament
98 Craig Phillips
105 Shawn Cuch
112 Shane Frost
119 Ronny Rich
126 Gene Carter
132 Steve Brown
138 Tony Winn
145 Todd Mair
155 Lloyd Bingham
167 Billy Pace
185 Ken Winn
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Ronny R. makes another Wasp bite the dust.
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Front Row: Scott Wilson, Mike Bowen, Jejwey Madsen, Ron Mortensen, Jeff Crinklaw, Chad Richard. Second Row: Mr.
Peterson Coach, Ryan Smith, Chris Lloyd, Mike Ross, Brett Wymer, Wayne Gingell, Dan Allen, Russ Nielsen, Mr.
asketball was the name of the game when
our boys stepped on to the floor. They
made a team ejfort to Go Fight Win.
The team won the annual Cougar
Invitational. The participants were Union,
Palisades, East Carbon, and Uintah. The
Cougars won one game with a score of over one
In the jqrst game against the 'ABees", the
Cougar team dropped behind early, but came
back to tighten the score from a I 7 pt. trail. The
crowd was wild with excitement towards the
closing minutes ofthe game. With the score tied,
an ill-fated call by the ref gave Wasatch one more
penalty shot. They made it, and the game was
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and Chad R. are ready to snatch the ball.
All righl, you're all under arrest. Hands up.
South Summit ....
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San Juan .....
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The players wait anxiously for Chad R. to grab
Mike Ross the ball.
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Front Row: Roy Young, Tracy Ross, Merrill F clllseff, Darren Wilkens, Jeff Murray, Rodney Mezenen. Second Row:
Brent Jarrett, Ricky Fenn, Ryan Eldredge, Mike Olsen, Brian Allred, Thorton Serawop.
Strength shows through on Ronnie C.'s
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Kevin C. can lyft hundreds ofpounds with ease.
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uild those biceps, thicken those thighs and
ofcourse, flatten that fanny. Members of
the weightldting classes had these goals
constantly in mind. To get this way, the
weightlqfters push, pull, pump, ana' IW thousands
of pounds. Tired and sore muscles accompanied
their daily workouts, but it was worth it.
Many kids lift weights to get in shape for
another sport they enjoy, while others just want to
improve their physique. Let's face it . . . kids are
.starting to shape up.
Alan W. uses a helping hand.
Are you sure?
l Felicia P. concentrates on lhfting a hundred pounds.
- Brad B. and Ronnie C. show of their muscles.
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Donny R. shows his strength by using one
Coach Brent F ieldstead
Bryan E lderdge
Pitcher and catcher confer.
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Mike Acord Joe Arnold
Alan Chapman Mark Crozier
Ryan E lderdge
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Pete Jones Rodney Mezenen Willie Nickel
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Wayne G. connects for a good hit.
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Back rows: J.D. Mitchell, Brian Allred, Troy McGhee, Gerald Alexander, Jason 'Fox' Kelly. FRONT: Clayton Christensen
Shane Hemrie, Bruce Wight, Mike Olsen.
Sth in tate
3rd in tate
Bottom: Jeffrey Madsen, Kent Ashtonq Top: Glen Funk, Michael Eldredge, Ronald Winn.
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Front: Gwennita Tahguv, Kara Watson, Ginger Peterson, Lareel Asay, Rodney Mezenen,
Brad Butcher, Ronnie Curry, Troy Zufelt, Tod Mair,' Back: Brett Wyiner, Rebecca
Williams, Marlene Olsen, Wayne Fillinghant, Bill Dulen, Les Farnsworth, Scott Jenn-
ings, Ken Winn, Ricky Fenn, Brian Allred, Jeff Burton.
ViAnn Pope Wayne Kittrel John Valentine
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Front: Brett Wymer, Dean Hatch, Ronnie Curry, Gina Goodspeed, Brad Butcher, Chris Rose,
Tawnie Shurtzg Back: Diane Kettle, Joyce Burton, Marlene Olsen, Rodney Mezenein, Shane Carter
Shane Mecham, Jeff Burton, Brad North, Trisha Ames, Rebecca Williams, Mike Reidhead.
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Front: Joyce Burton, Liesle Grover, Janilee Hicks, Rebecca Williams, Carol Mieureg
Back: Josh Anderson, Nathan Powell, Kent Wilkerson, Steven Skinner, Shame Knolden,
Mike Winterton, Larry Squire, Ricky Fenn.
G mna tics
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Maria Hunt Wendy Nebeker
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Coach - Kayla Walker
he Gymnastics team has out done itsebf by going
undefeated for three seasons. They accomplish-
ed this by holding practice every morning at
Because of lack of participation in 2A gymnastics
this year, the 2A schools competed in 3A and 4A com-
petition. A special meet was held to determine those who l
would qualU'y for the state competition.
Union, Emery, Park City, and Richj7eld participated
with Union coming out on top. We scored 173.45 points
to 2nd place, Park City's 141 .45. Three girls qualdied
for the state meet from Union.' Wendy Nebeker, Kaelynne
Spencer and Maria Hunt.
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Wendy N. has all around skills in gymnastics.
Balance helps Shannon F. in her routine.
Cindy C. shows excellent form.
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We're the Class of '85
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Tammie Bostick president
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Sondra Rockwood hzstorzan
Joyce Burton secretary
Scott J. must have "someone" on his mind. if
Homecoming week brings out the artistic
talent in all of us.
Tam my A dams
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"M y ankle bone is connected to my shin bone . . ., " sings Jayne S. and Nila De M., while participating in the haunted
Drs. Arnold and Vanderkratts experiment
with different techniques on patient
Bostick, during the Haunted House.
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eing a Junior has its ups and
downs. Getting a class ring is
an up, but paying for it is a
down. Getting through the first quarter
and passing all of your classes is an up,
but knowing you have three more to go
is a down.
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Every Junior should be sixteen, so
getting a driver's license is an up, but
paying for the gas is a down. Being able
to date is an up, but, for the guys, pay-
ing for a fancy steak dinner is a down.
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of lU'e's crazy moments.
fe at lunchtime is rather boring, especially to
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K orrie Henderson
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That tongue again Darlene W.?
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Shelly B. is ready for the Wasatch Wasps.
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not me. " complains Jennyer B.
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school lunch, at least April C. thinks so.
Rena L. and Lani P. are tremendously happy with the 7 wins, no loss football record.
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assing the Constitution test the
first time through is an up, but
taking the heavy history book
home for a month is a down.
Going to the Prom is an up, trip-
ping during the promenade is a down.
Looking forward to being a Senior
and how great the Seniors will be, is an
up. Knowing you have to wait a year
before getting a chance to rule is a
Not getting called a Stupid
Sophomore is an up, but getting call-
ed a Jerky Junior is a down.
But on the average the year 83-84
was an up.
Jeff B. is enjoying the use of the computers during lunch.
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Front Row: Carol Percival, Kristina Harrison, David Espenozag Middle Row: Tammie Bostick, Bonnie Leger,
Karma Mortensen, Catherine Lundstrom, Heather Wilson, Sondra Rockwood, Back Row: Suzie Mower, Alison
Hubert, Scott Wilson, Todd Larsen, Merrill F ausett, Mr. Corty tAdvisorj.
he Student Government consists
of not only the student Body
Qfficers, but also the Class
Officers. Together they discuss many
G 0 e topics concerning the students and school
as a whole. Each group of class fUCflC'C'l'S
plan activities -for their individual class.
All the ohlicers as a whole go over the
school constitution and see if it needs
updated. They work together to make
things better for the school as a whole
andjor the individual student.
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Front Row: Brenda Henrie, Marianne Duncan, Laura McCormick, Becky Mitchell, Blaine Merkleyg Middle
Row: Darvell Hunt, Nathan Powell, Matthew Hamblin, Glen Funk, Darin Osmond, Chad Hamblin. Back Row:
Pam Szymanski fAdvisorj, Dennis Nelson, Charles Ivie, Kent Wilkerson, Jim Curtis lAdvisorj.
raetieing every morning before school, is not the only thing
that the Cougar Band does. They have provided us with the
ehanee to listen to their tnusieal pieces at every home gante.
The Band also had the privelage to play at B.Y4 U. Hotneeotning.
Throughout the year, the band steadily gains strength with their new
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Front Row: Holle Vanderkraats, Tammy Bostikg Second Row: Jayne Shelley, Gina Goodspeed, Amy Dennis, Je,
Bailey, Sonnet Swain, Greg Jones, Tammy Stewart, Penny Rawlings, Diane S teinhorst, Joyce Burton, Michelle Buchfznang
Third Row.' ClQj'ord Lee, Les Farnsworth, Diane Kettle, Julie Shields, Stacy Vernon, David Antwan, Adam Gardner,
Row: Troy Evans, Chad Mortensen, Robbie Duncan, Jeff Madsen, David Winterton, Brett Campbell, Ky Hubert,
Tana Dunsmore, Advisor Pat Stringham, Advisor
roupe had an ext
year this year,
ernor Matheson, farm bi
State Credit Union Associ
Chamber of Commerce, lflolley
Fair, and the Roosevelt City
Christmas Party. This 1
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music and drama students.
were organized to give
students interested in
performing arts a chan
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develop and show their talents.
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Front Row: Tammy Ledbetter, Kristy Smith, Sixta Canto, Samantha Hansen, Kelley Davis, Shannon Parkes, April Cora'le,'
Middle Row: Josie Davis, Tammy Farnsworth, Marilee Gilbert, Debbie Johnson, Kris Herbert, Blaine Merkley, Back Row:
Pam Szymanski lAdvisorj, Janeall Cooper, Wendy Tomlinson, Amy Dennis, ClUj'0rd Lee, Diane Kettle, Faith Gibson.
Bottom: Raelyn Elderageg Second Row: Marilyn Uresk, Julie Shields, Becky Dye, Shannon Frandsen, Kathy
Nielson, Suzy Mower, Loni Pectol, Penny Brothersong Third Row: Danielle Ashmore, Wendy Nebeker, Kor-
rie Henderson, Hollee VanderKraats, Lori Fenn,' Top.' Kaelyn Spencer.
Somehow, the N. Sanpete Chicken-Hawks kidnapped our
cheerleaders, they tried to imitate them but we saw through their
disguises right away.
ith limitless determination 0
cheerleaders stuck to the jc
through rain or snc
fliterallyj they cheered us on to victor
The contest to choose I.
cheerleaders took place last spring so t
girls practiced together through a got
portion of the summer.
These sixteen girls were an importa
ingredient to the year in sports and we
enjoyed their antics and colorful postefs.
K orrie Henderson
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Danielle Aslunore Penny Brotherson Raelyn Elderage
Lori Fenn Wendy Nebeker Julie Shields
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S.A. United Spirit
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in Logan during the 1983 summer.
They received an Excellent rating in
performance. Their personalities and
enthusiasm brought them the spirit
stick and the Friendship Boot.
In Region Competition they
placed third overall and third in
military and dance. At the state
competition, the very next week, they
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Impromptu-FrontRow: NilaDe McKenna, AngelaAnderson, Tara Gale, Stacey Vernon. Middle Row: Joann Barney, Gina
Goodspeed, Jayne Shelley, Regina Coonrod, Diane Berggren. Back Row: Julie Dalton.
Oratory-Front Row: Debra Brown, C ristine Anderson, Joyce Barton, Raelyn Eldredge, Tammy Stewart. Row.
Leslie Shisler, Rose Postrna, Je U'eQBailey, Paula Cooper. Back Row: Holly Hamblin, Ky Hullgrt, Michelle
Legislative F orum-F ront Row: Hollee VanderKraats, Kandi Hansen, Chad Simmons, Richard Berggren. Row:
Tyler Jensen, Ron Winterton, Jason Kelly, Paula Martin, MattHamblin, Danny Golden. Back Row: Warren Wilson, David
White, Ken Winn, Les Farnsworth, Mike Thompson, Ron Goodrich, Greg Jones.
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Extempt-Front Row: Adam Gardner, Chad Simmons, Kandi Hansen. Middle Row: Marr Hamblin, Brett Campbell, Tara
Gale. Back Row: Nick Pappas, Becky Williams, Robbie Duncan, Shane Carter.
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Debate-Front Row: Ruth Ann Jensen, Diane Steinhorst, Hollee' VanderKraats, Tammie Bostiek. Middle Row.' Shaugn
Ostrowski, Amy Dennis, Lisa Killian. Back Row: Nick Pappas, Ky Hubert, Greg Jones, Shane Carter.
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Shields, Hollee' VanderKraats, Ruth Ann Jensen. Back Row: Mike Thompson, Jason Kelly, Adam Gardner, JennQ'er Bailey,
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Pantomime-Front: Paula Martin, Chad Sitnnwns, Rielzarcl Berggren, Joyce Burton. Micldle: Tyler Jensen, Les
F arnsworth, Jennifer Bailey, Tammie Bostiek, Hollee' VanderKratts, Ron Winterton, Matt Hamblin, Warren
Brett Campbell, Ron Goodrich, Ky Hubert, Greg Janes.
Dramatic Readings-Front: Leslie Shisler, Regina C 00nr0a' , Raelyn E ldreclge, Penny Rawlings. Back: Jayne Shelley
Goodspeed, JoAnn Barney, Holly Hamblin, Tammy Stewart.
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H umerous Readings-Front Row: Kandi Hansen, Hollee' VanderKraats. Middle Rowf David Anrnian, Adam Gardner. Back
, Row: Greg Jones, Shane Carrer, Ky Hubert.
Mono Act-Froni Row: Stacey Vernon, Paula Cooper, Tammie Bosfick, Joyce Burlon. Middle Row: Mike Thompson, Diane
Berggren, Hollee' VanderKraats, Jennjer Bailey, David Antwan. Back Row: Diane Sreinhorsr, Amy Dennis, Greg Jones,
. Ky Hubert, Shane Carter.
Scenes-Front Row: Cristine Anderson, Tara Gale, Kandi Hansen. Middle Row: David Espenoza, Angela Anderson,
Hollee' VanderKraats, Tommie Bosfick, Jennier Bailey, Joyce Burton. Back Row: Beclqv Williams, Debra Brown, Julie
Dalton, Michelle Thompson, Ken Winn.
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ladvisorj, Lesle Grover, Alison Evans, Tana Simmons, Dawnie Murray, .laCina Wilson, Jill Sanders. Back: Clark
Chad Hamblin, Larry Squire, Carol Mieure, Kelly Cook.
gela Anderson. Second Row: Mrs.
Larly Squire, president Clark Draney, ,vice-president Alison secretary Carol MCHIFC, F6100
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wo cancelled trips during the year.
Twice National Art Honor Society
members got geared up for held-trips to
various art shows, twice they were let down by
With the only chapter in Utah, Union
proudly boasts nearly 20 members. These
members are chosen for their talent in, you
guessed it, art. Not only that, but attitude,
citizenship, and scholarship.
N.A.H.S. members have had many
chances to boast their talent. The museum in
Springville has exhibited a lot of work by
Union students. Local exhibition included a
display in the District office in Duchesne and
the Fine Arts Fair.
In March, N.A.H.S. members attended
the USU High Sclzool Art Workshop. They
spent the night in Logan.
New members were sworn in on April
26th at a banquet at Frontier Grill. Most of
these were sophomores.
Water color, oil paints, you name it, they do it.
Art Students of the Month
Front: Penny Brotherson, Michelle McKee, Jill Sanders. Back:
Clark Draney, JaCina Wilson, Tana Simmons, Kelly Cook.
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Shana Wopsoek, Bart Stevens, Adeania Bush.
K ora Tapoof, President
Ed Cueh, Advisor
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Shana Wopsoek, S eeretarv
he Friendship Club begins the year fnfwith an
open house in which the members sign up.
Throughout the year, members participate in
parties and meetings. Sleigh riding was one ry' the
events enjoyed by the members. They discuss
basketball, volleyball and intermural programs. The
planning and preparing of Indian Week and
Intermountain Friendship Days are part of their
activities for the year.
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t the beginning of almost every home basketball
game you couldn't help but notice the tantalizing
smell of popcorn around. The National Honor
Society provided us with this treat, at a price, ofcourse. l
They used the money to spend a great evening at the
Capri Fun Center and their trip in the spring.
The criteria for entrance to the N .H .S . was .WW A
minimum of 3 .6 IA-J grade point average was required. If
the members fell below this mark they received a letter of n
- probation. Two quarters in a row below 3 .6 and they were
expelled. Needless to say, members made a conscious xt 5 5
effort to stay above an A- average. ,
Jeff Madsen treasurer Jayne Shelley secretary
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Front Row: Stephanie Malnar, Raelyn Eldrege, Sharmel Bertoch, Dawmie Murray, Alison Evans. Second Row: Sherrie
Nielson, Diane Steinhorst, Liesle Grover, Toni Scott, Jayne Shelley, Penny Rawlings, Toni Hadden. ThirdRow: Mr. Merrill
ladvisorj, Stacey Vernon, Tyler Jensen, Todd Larsen, Jeff Madsen, Clark Draney. Back: Troy McGee, Stan Jorgenson.
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Front Row: Steve Miller, Alan Winterton, Tyler Jensen, David Harper, Wendell Henrie, David Espenoza. Back
Shawn Lewis, Willie Niekell, Alan Chapman, Bill Murray, Ron Winn.
David Harper lSeeretaryJ, Wendell Henrie fPI'6SldEI1Ii, David Espenoza fVit'e Presidentl.
130 BLEACI-IER BUSTERS
leacher Busters is a group of vivaeious, creative
guys. They attend the various games
throughout the year. At these games they
create a little pep and excitement with the dhfferent
ideas they have carefully planned out. Beating stuffed
refs to a pulp, shooting a cowbo y, and burying the In-
termountain mascot by carrying a eoffn as the
Cheerleaders ana' Drill Team hummed the Funeral
Darvell Hunt, Kent Wilkerson, Wade Uresk.
John Weight, Advisor.
Front Row: Jeff Burton, Terrill Dalton,
Second Row: Brian Mathisen, Dania! Wall,
Brian Allred, James Riehens, Kenneth Pratt,
Tyler Jensen, President Brian Mathisen, Vice-President MV. J0hfl Weight, AdviS0f
he Chess Club this year looked forward to winning the State
Chess Tournament, as they did last year. They played Chess
throughout the year during lunch hour. The state tournament
was in the spring this year in Salt Lake C ily. We took a number of
students with us to help us win.
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Front Row: Raelyn Eldredge, Lori Fenn, Staci Bulloch, Honie Reynold, Rena Lejler, Lani Pectol. Second Row: Merikay
Sorensen, Dee Dee Tayor, Diane Prichard, Tara Gale, Julie Shields. Third Row: Matt Payne, Kaelynne Spencer, Wendy
Nebeker, Kim Himes, Bonnie Leger, Danny Golden.
. 2, 3, 4. . .STEP, 2, 3, 4. Afterall
the time the dance club pills' into
practicing their dances, they are
readv to petjfortn. Tlzey get into L'0SIlllHc',
go on Stage, and give it their best. Sweat
licconzes noticeable on tlzeir smiling
jktces. After ttzitztites Qf'l'l1Q0llI'0ll.S' danc-
ing, they come to ii lmlt with the lteitt of
tlze music to give a trenzettdoiisjinislt.
Honic Reynolds Historian, Marikay Sorensen President, Lori
Fc-:nn Vice-President, Staci Bulloch Historian
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ki bums got up early to meet at the
high school. Even tlzongh they
were tired, they were still e.x'cited to
ski tlzejirst day. After everyone was piled
into the cars, they were on tlzeir way.jirst
stop. Solitude. At the end of the day. the
skiers were ready to hit the sack, tjter
spending some time in the jacn::i.
Day two, Snowbird. Skiing was
better, for they had practice from the jqrst
day. The day was jqnished of with afew
Day three. Another day of skiing,
another day ofsore muscles. Ajier skiing
for three days, the ski club members were
ready to head for home.
They returned with raccoon
sunburns on their faces to come back to
the regular hassles of school. '
Front Row: Mr. Garner-Advisor, Danielle Ashmore, Julie Shields, Mike Olsen, Rodney Mezenen, Craig Labrum, Tammie
Bostwick, Dee Dee Taylorq Second Row: Alan Chapman, Darren Wilkens, Lori Fenn, Gerald Alexander, Mike Bowen,
Kelly Dastrup, Bill Murray, Diane Prichard.
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Shannon Carlson, Felecia Pike, Lisa Killian, Mr. Weatherston ladvisorj Steve Miller.
istributive Education Clubs of America is
more commonly known as D.E. C.A. During
the year, the members are involved in several
activities. A leadership training conference at Snowbird
is just one of these. Members are involved in such fund-
raisers as: selling candy, seafood, pom-poms, and holk-
ing booths at the Holly Fair. D. E. C.A, also creates a
float to ride in the Homecoming Parade.
Front Row, Cathy Weigan, Steve Miller, Gerald Alexander, Willie Nickel, Faith Gibson, Tracy Phill, Tana Simmons
Middle: Toni Scott, Alan Chapman, Toni Hadden, Debra Kettle, Donna Murphy, Mary Jo Young, Alicia Winterton,
Mrs. Merrill ladvisorj Back Row: Dawn Lindberg, Toni F randsen, MeriKay Sorenson, Sherry Nielson, Jolynn
Gillman, Sondra Rockwood, Shirley Nielson Alison Hubert.
B.L.A. is short for Future Business Leaders of
America. In this club, members participate in
many activities. Area, Regional, State, and Na-
tional Competitions are just a few. The ofhcers travel
to Spokane Washington for a Western Regional
Leadership Conference, and to a State Leadership Con-
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ference at Snowbird. Money making projects, such as.'
Holly Fair Booths, Santa Claus pictures, Scones, and
the Fishpond are to pay for competitions and Leader-
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Front Row: Adeania Bush, Rexene Mezenen, Hollee' Vanclerkrats, Tammie Bostick, Dee Dee Taylor, Clayton
C hristensen, David Espenoza, Jodi Olsen, LaRae Workman. Back Row: Lee Mecham, Rodeana Calkins, Billy Oldson,
Steve Secrest, Ken Winn, Steve Brown, Kenny Evans, Dwight Pitcher, Lisa Tabbee, Ginger Peterson, Cassie Smith.
ave you ever wondered what
V.1.C.A. stands for? Well here
it is, Vocational Industrial
Clubs of America. Having parties in the
hills is not the only thing that the members
participate in. They have gathered wood
for raising funds. During V. I. C.A. week,
members take part in the daily activities.
A snow sculpture contest with other clubs
is just one of these. The state ofj?cers meet
at Union and stay overnight. A major
event of the year is a convention held in
the Utah Technical College in Salt Lake
City. Members of the club participate in
several dqfferent skills, such as: carpen-
try, mechanics, etc. They also have a
display in which Union V.I.C.A. members
have won almost every year.
Front Row: Rodeana Calkins, Hollee' Vanderkratts, Tammie Bostick,
Lee Mecham, Back Row: Ken Winn, Steve Brown, David Espanoza.
Tammie Gookrich, Jef Burton, Diane Berggren, NilaDe McKenna, Kim Himes, Robin Olpin, Tyler Jensen, Brett
Campbell, Linda Bastian, Steven Skinner, Heather Wilson, Dane Medlen, Craig Labrum, Diane Steinhorst, Larry
Squire, Stephanie Malner, Charles Ivie, Mike Acord, Jejj' Corry, Carol Muir, Amy Dennis.
Diane Steinhorst Heather Wilson
President Vice President
Jeff Cony Hollee' Vanderkratts
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Mr. Weight Diane Steinhorst Jason K. working on his
Advisor President pinata.
The Spanish Club does various projects during the year. They learn many traditions and customs including
making their own pinatas and learning to prepare Spanish pod.
Back Row: Tammie Wilkerson, Ruth Wyasket, Steve Miller, Darvel Hunt, Wade Uresk, Mr. Weight, Kent Wilkersong Front
Row: Jackie White, Sharmel Bertoch, Maxwell Cuch, Cindy Prescott, Carla Allred, Jason Kelly, Michelle Thompson, Cindy
Chasel, DaNette Justice.
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Back Row: Becky M. Lewsle G. Jill S. Darlene W. Karma M. Jodalee C. Kellie B. Kathy N. Carla A. Shelly
B. Connie R. Tammie W. Shelly M. Suzie N. Sondra R. Jolynn G. Middle Row: Cheryl M. Nila De M. Con-
nie R. Carol M. Jamie S. Cindy P. Gwennita T. Carla A. Kristina H. Shirley N. Donna M. Front Row: Kellie
D. Julie D. Angela A. Tara G. Alison E. Jayne S. Almina L. Deborah K. LeAnne T. Teresa H. Merikay S.
he F.H.A. is an organization to help youth to welcome new members. They entered afloat in the
develop leadership and honiemaking skills. The Homecoming parade, and worked with the F.F.A. on
members have the opportunity to improve the Harvest Ball. The Region F.H.A. convention was
themselves in all areas. Such as "Families and Futures" hosted by our F.H.A. Chapter.
and Peer Education. The F.H.A. participates in many conventions and
This year the F.H.A. has participated in many ac- service projects as well as a lot of fun parties.
tivities. An Opening Social was held early in the year
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Oficers: Jolynn G. Shirley N. Sondra R. Teresa H. Kristina H. LeAnne T. Marykay S. Sherry N.
Donna M. Miss Crook Advisor.
Ist row.' Shelly B. Teresa H. Raema R. Adenia B. ,' 2nd row.' Mr. Wood, Saul W. Byran M. Owen M. Aaron R. ,' 3rd row:
Ron K. Clayton H. Steven H. Chad H. Brian T. Kelly N. Kelly T. ,' 4th row: Kristina H. David E. Todd C. Doug C. Bruce
K. Shawn L. shane F.
he F.F.A. is an organization which
offers a wide variety of opportuni-
ties. lt gives a large amount ofmem-
bers leadership opportzazites as well as
training in Parliamentary Procedure, Pab-
lic Speaking, Care and Knowledge ofcrops
and animals. The F.F.A. also teaches re-
sponsibility and service.
This year our chapter started out with the
annual opening social with the highlightfor
this being afrog jumping contest. We clidn't
have Greenhand Initiation, but replaced it
with an orientation to better inform our
Greenhands of F .F .A. We sponsored the
Sweetheart Contest, Donkey Basketball,
and co sponsored the Harvest Ball with the
F.H.A. The BOAC projects were shoveling
snow off the greens at the golf course and
painting picnic tables at the park.
Officers: Mr. Wood advisor, Linda J. Shane F. Teresa H. Garn B. Kristina H. Craig P.
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Merrzl J. Fausett vzce preszdent
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Jill Harper hismrian
Carla Lee Allred
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E. T. is reaching out for Tracy R. 's help.
etting out of Jr. High is an
up. Being on the bottom of
the ladder is a down. It is
definitely a down, when it takes you
two class periods to find your first hour
class. Walking down Sophomore Hall
is a down, but eventually making it to
the Jr. Hall is an up. Attending
Sophomore orientation is a down,
however, getting out of class is an up.
Competing with a Senior for the Spirit
Stick is a down. Being 16 is an up, but
being 15 is a down. Getting to drive is
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car is a down. Making it on the Drill
Team is an up. Getting to date is an up.
Being able to eat lunch at Dove 's is an
up, but having to clean up your hall is
a down. Being tardy is a down. When
at the end of the year, you'rejinally us-
ed to being teased about being a Sophy,
it is an extraordinary up. Living in fear
of "Sophomore Kill Dayv is complete-
ly a down. It is dejinitely an up, when
at the end of the year, you realize there
was no "Sophomore Kill Day! "
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M. on the day
Ute pride shows on the faces inf this Indian royalty Coach Kittrel and the old mare mosey on down
to the stable after the parade
The class of '86 float depicted the "Spartan Steed Defeated."
The "enthusiastic" Senior class took the .spirit stick at the Pep Rally, although they
a'on,t show it here.
Rebecca W. traveled back in time to help her class.
She took a record 15 min. to empty the baby bottle
and Come in 3rd.
Beetle for Homecoming.
Marshmallows. Joyce B. is well on her way to
staffing her way to victory.
ln keeping with tradition Jeff "Big C" Corry again decorated his infamous VW
The cheerleader-drillteam mud wrestling was a popular first at Home-
coming '83. Korrie H.
Chad R. puts up a poster in the hall. The seniors took first in the
"Go Cats Go. . . " U .H .S . cheerleaders Chant. They boosted team spirit
to help us win our jirst Homecoming game in a long time.
gets taken flown into the muck.
"AuntJemima', Hollee' V. was namedHome-
Cougarettes pedormed for the large Home-
coming crowd at the game.
The Colgate shaving cream piles high. Tammics B's mound wasn't
quite high enough to beat the senior's however.
oarr! The mighty Cougar football
machine rose out of the dust of
obscurity ana' made history. They
defeated the Emery Spartans. For the first
time since just about anyone can remember
we won our homecoming game 27-5.
Little Red Riding Hood, Carol Burnett,
Aunt Jemima and Grasshopper attended a
great assembly during the week of
Homecoming. Each was trying their best to
reign proud as Homecoming Queen and
King. Hollee Vaderkratts and Joe Arnold
were named to the honors.
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Homecoming Week broughtsome time to relax in the Mud splattered everywhere. Innocent by-standers even got plas
halls. Suzanne S. glug, glugs her Hires. tered.
"Before the Parade passes by . . . "
Cornelius and Burnaby jumping to ge! away j9'om the
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Ambrose and Ermengarrl planning to elope
Irene and Minnie Fay are very
interested in Horace Vcmdergelzlcfr.
Horace and Ernestina meet at the Harmonia Gardens.
he school musical this year was a great success!
It had one of the biggest crowds in years.
Closing night it was sold out, and they were still
selling standing room tickets.
The set was fantastic, one if the best we have ever
had. It was rented from Granger and Taylorsville High
"Hello Dolly took more time and practice hours than
any other play, because of the very large cast and the
many singing and dancing numbers. One of the biggest
challenges was trying to teach the boys to dance", said
director Tana Dunsniore,
The costumes were very elaborate. Some were
especially made, others purchased, and some rented-from
the Wedding Train.
Many people went away saying that they thought the
play was very professionally done.
Joyce Burton plays the schoolteacher in the opening scene. Tana Dunsmore, Director
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Rudolph, the very distinguislied Head Wairer.
Mrs. Levi frying to keep Horace occupied so he
won't see Barnaby or C ornelius.
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Mrs. Dolly Gallagher Levi-Penny
Ambrose Kemper-Robbie Duncan
Horace Vandergelder-Greg Jones
Cornelius Hackl-Jeff Madsen
Barnaby Tucker-Ron Winterton
Irene Malloy-Sonnet Swain
Minner Fay-Jayne Shelly
Rudolph-C had Mortensen
Music and Vocal Director-Pat
Lighting Director-Ken Winn
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Delia W. and her date waltz au! onto thejlaor Shelly B. and Brett W. take a time-our to enjoy
Advisors Betty Griffin ana'
Dallas Reynolds took
tickets, arranged lines,
called ou! names and
generally kepl things in
order . . . '
I66 JUNIOR PROM
the luxuries he
A wide range of sizes and colors dotted the dance floor.
Time spent with that special date. Juniors and their dates in the prom
An elegant backdrop out by the pool was the scene for prom pictures.
A long formal and a top hat. Carol M. and Clark
D. came dressed in style.
6 6 've got Levis on underneath this . . . "
Crooked ties and hoop skirts were the
norm at the class of '85 junior prom.
Many if the guys were a little uncomfortable in
their tuxes and wished they could wear their
comfortable old Levis. The tuxes ranged from a
regular black tie to white tails and walking stick.
The dresses were long and beautnful.
For the-first time ever, the junior prom was
held away from Roosevelt. The Sheraton Inn was
the scene. Elegant clothes were everywhere.
London Bridge was set up in the Fin and Feather
Room, playing the tunes at about a million
decibals. Dave Boonder was swooning the ladies
and snapping the pictures out by the pool.
There was a lot of juss over where the prom
was to be held. Finally after the many phone calls
and newspaper articles, Mr. Wow' made a
decision ,' whatever the class of '85 decided would
be jinal. There was a vote and the controversy
was over, the 1984 Junior Prom was held at the
JUNIOR PROM 167
Homecoming R0 altie
Queen: Hollee' Vana'erKraats, K ing: Joe Arnold
Senior Prince QQ Princess:
Larsen, Suzy Mower
168 I-IOMECOMING ROYALTIES
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Todd Junior Prince QQ Princess.' Jeff
Madsen, Kellie Brown
lst Attendants: Joyce Burton, Larijv
2nd Attendants: Tammie Bostick,
Sophomore Prince di Princess:
Robbie Duncan, Cindy Crozier
Harvest Ball R0 alt
King: Shane Frost, Queen: Rebecca Williams
HARVEST BALL ROYALTY 169
Sweetheart Ro alt
2nd Attendant: Catherine Lundstrom, Queen: Amy Dennis, I st Attendant: Joyce Burton
170 SWEETHEART ROYALTY
Jr. Prom Ro alties
Front: Joyce Burton Prom Queen Junior Prom 1984, Russ Nielson Prom King. Back:
Vanderkratts Maiden, Kellie Brown Princess, Shane Frost Prince.
Brett Wymer Knight, Hollee'
JR. PROM ROYALTIES 171
Front Row: Barbara Elclerdge, Carol Percival, Maria Hunt. Second Row: Jill
Sherelyn Jenkins, Michelle Buchanan, Kristina Harrison, Toni F ranflsen. Third Row:
Alicia Winterton, Kellie Brown, Penny Rawlings, Ronda Rockwood. Fourth Row:
Tammy Stewart, Tina Heaton, Tricia Ames, Sonnet Swain, Jayne Shelley. Back Row:
Lisa Brough, Amy Dennis, Joyce Burton, Jennifer Bailey, Alison Bell, Gina Goodspeecl,
Bryan Elderalge, Diane Steinhorst, Willie Nickel, Tyler Jensen, David White, Raelyn
Je1TCrinklaw, Jef' Madsen, Dan Allen.
Sondra Rockwood, .lolynn Gillman, Shirley Nielsen, Sherry Nielsen.
Linda Justice, Kristina Harrison, Teresa Houston
Wayne Gingell, Bryan Elderdge.
Front Raw: Penny Britherson, Raelyn Elderdge, Marci Sol-
monson, Kaelyn Spencer, Lani Pectol. Second Row: Lori
Fenn, Cindy Chasel. Third Row: Julie Shields, Shannon
F randsen, Danielle Ashmore. Back Row: Korrie Hender-
son, Wendy Nebeker, Becky Dve.
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Front Row Diane Kettle, Sherry Nielsen, Kristina Harrison. Back Row: Suzy Mower, Shirley Nielsen, Penny Brotherson
oting, government rules and
appreciation offimerica were a few
things girls from Union learned at
Girls State. It was held for seven days in
Cedar City, Utah.
During their stay, they had to elect
senators, judges, governors and other city
officials which made up each individual
"city". All the cities then joined together to
make Girls State.
The Cedar C ity police force came for a
day to show the girls what goes on in a court
of law. Judges and attornies, who were
elected, participated in the mock-trial.
fNew friends were made and experiences
At the end cy' Girls State the girls as a
whole elected a governor for next year. The
new governor is to return next year and
reign over the new Girls State.
174 GIRLS STATE
.I un 1983
ood fght! The guys at Boys State had
many of these. One ofthe best was the
pizza fight. Along with these
happenings, many got stuck in the elevator.
The guys really got rowdy.
Staying up all night and sleeping
during the lectures about the government
was a usual sight. Everyone had to get up at
6:00 every morning for reveille. It was an
easy way to wake those tired bones.
The boys stayed one week to learn
government rules and elect city ojjicials. It
was a great experience that everyone
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First Row: Charles lvie, Willie Nickell, Richie Peterson. Second Row: Richard Shelley, Greg Jones, David White.
Third Row: David Espanoza, Larry Squier, Brad Rasmussen. Fourth Row: Mike Ross, Todd Larsen, Scott Wilson,
l75 BOYS STATE
First Row: Heather Wilson, Michelle Todd, Staci Bulloch. Second Row: Angela Anderson, Richy Peterson,
JaCina Wilson, Tana Simmons, Linda Hardy. Third Row: Linda Bastian, Niel Wilkerson. Janilee Hicks, Wendall
Henrie. Fourth Row: Shawn Lewis, Sherri Anderton. Suzy Mower. Fifth Row: Ron Winn, Rich Hadlock, Greg
Jones, Tyler Jensen.
i he most newspapers published in the recorded history of Union High
has been ten issues in one year,' however, this year the Cougar Outlook
Staff has improved considerably. The Journalism class published 30
issues, breaking the school record.
Union is the only high school in Utah that prints a newspaper every week.
The paper is seU'-supporting because of the ads sold each week.
All graphic art and typesetting is done by the students, no other 2A school
does their own typesetting.
Keep up the good work!
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A typlcal day In class
JaniLee, on rhe job.
I bet you didn I know, I
Say Cheese! , , .
Graphzc Artzst Edztor
was in Jourrzalisfn! U Janilee icks U
Asszstant Graphzc Artzst
Raema B. checks exacting
Yoon- Yun Sta
Clark Drane y
lick! went the camera as
another picture was
taken. Hundreds of
rolls of film were used
to take thousands of smiles and
The staff spent many hours
after school and during class to
finish the book. Aggravation and
frustration went along with those
hours as any one of them can tell
They will also tell you that
the satisfaction is well worth the
"strain,' on their brains.
Front: Clark Draney, Angela Anderson, Teresa White,
Suzanne Smith,' Back: Raema Barney, Kristina Harrison,
178 YOON-YUN STAFF
Thousands of little decisions added
up to a BIG headache, sometimes.
Suzanne Srmth Angela Anderson LeAnne Taylor
Staff Staff Staff
Layouts, copy, pictures? Where
does it all fit?
YOON-YUN STAFF 179
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enior Honors are ten
awards designed to give
pecial recognition to
those students who have set an
example of excellence during
their years at Union. Two of
the awards are from the city, six
are selected by the faculty, one
is selected by class rank and one
by vote of the cheerleaders and
student council. For the frst
time the Roosevelt City
Chamber of Commerce has
contributed to these by selecting
someone in the Weld of Business
and by commending a student
who shows good citizenship.
The Outstanding Scholar
Award recognizes the student
with the third highest G.P.A.
while completing a minimum of
12 solid courses. The Gracious
Womanhood Award and the
Paul Murphy A ward are given
to the boy and girl who best
display honesty, citizenship,
humility and a concern for
Outstanding Scholar Award
Penny Brotherson Tyler Jensen
Gracious Womanhood Award Paul Murphy Award
182 SENIOR HONORS
T0dd LGVSHVI Carol Percival
Distinguished Leadership Award Distinguished Service Award
tudents were sought out
who had displayed some
very special talents in
Leadership and Service and
were recognized by the
Award and the Distinguished
Service Award. These honors
are presented to the students
who have been outstanding in
leading the school activities and
organizations and by giving
outstanding service to the
school through time spent get-
ting the tasks at Union ac-
complished. The Gordon Jen-
Gordon Jennings Award
nings Award is given as a
tribute to a man who showed
great concern for others and is
given to a Football player-Eagle
Scout, and exemplary citizen
whose personal life parallels
Gordon ts. The Cougar Spirit
Award is given to the student
who has worked and helped the
school develop spirit and uni-
ty. The Rex Curry A ward is an
award for the Native American
student who has been a partici-
pant in school activities, suc-
cessful in academics and a
leader among students.
Wendell H enrie
Cougar Spirit Award
Rex Curry Award
Out tanding Bo
he honor of Outstanding Senior Boy is given by tlze
faculty of Union High to the boy theyjeel has been an
excellent example ofthe educational process. This
stua'ent must have been a hard working student and an
outstanding example of good citizenship. He will also
usually ltaygarticipated in a large variety ofactivities. He
must be willing to give of his own time in the way of
extra-curricular activities and requirements ofboth students
and staff Ronnie has done these things. He has been on the
basketball team for three years, cross country team for two
years, a participant in the Science Fair each year and
winning first place with his senior project. He has also
participated with tlze school in the Model U .N . organization,
He has been the manager of the girls Volleyball team and
was a Student Coach for the Girls Basketball team. He has
been in the Honor Society and has shown outstanding
knowledge in tlze areas of General History and the
Constitution, which he displayed in the district Knowledge
Bowl. He received the Student ty' the Quarter award, was
recogni:ed as a Student of the Month and is the Sterling
Scholar ty' Union in thefield ofSocial Studies. He has been
an active member cfthe Student Council-for two years in both
elected and appointedpositions and was chosen as "Hardest
Worker" by his senior classmates. During May ofhis junior
year he attended a Freedom Leadership Conference
sponsored by the Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge and
traveled throughout the Washington, D.C. area through this
scholarship. Ronnie is truly an Outstanding Senior Boy.
184 OUTSTANDING BOYlGIRL
he award of Outstanding Senior Girl is designed t
recognize a student who is outstanding and a
excellent example ofthe type of an individual Unio
can be proud of Penny Hts this criteria. Her outstandin
vocal talent has been enjoyed by all on numerous occasion
and her flashing smile shows her enthusiasm. Penny ha
been active in the Drama-Forensics department-for all thre
of her years at Union, being a member ty' the 1982-8.
Forensics State Champion Team, participating in debat
and dranzatic readings. As a sophomore she was Hrs
attendant to the Sweetheart Royalty and was an attendant tt
Roosevelt's Junior Miss. She has been an active member 6
the C ougarette Drill Team her sophomore and senior yea
and was Football and Basketball Cheerleader her junio
year. She participated in Guys and Dolls as a junior and thet
played the lead role in "Hello Dolly" her senior year. He
scholastic abilities are evident in her membership in tht
Honor Society and as the Salutatorian. Her senio.
classmates recogni:ed her as the '4Most Talented " and sht
is the Sterling Scholar in the-field ofGeneral Scholarship
These credentials definitely show why Penny was selected bg
the faculty as the Outstanding Senior Girl. B
Out anding Girl l
enny has been named Salutatorian with a 3.959
overall G.P.A. She lzas worked hard and has put a lot
of time into the necessary study involved in an
achievement fy' this type. Penny has been Student ofthe
Montlz and Student ofthe Quarter while attending Union.
She has participated in various beauty pageants and has an
exceptional musical talent, Penny has been active in Drama,
Forensics, Drill team, Troop, Honor Society, and Varsity
Cheerleader. She played the lead in tlze school proa'uction of
Hello Dolly. Penny is the Sterling Scholarfrom Union in the
area of General Scholarship. She has been enrolled in the
college classes and the advanced classes at Union. Through
her lzard work and dedication Penny has truly earned the
lot of time, hard work, and dedication goes into
receiving an honor of such great esteem as that of
Valedictorian. Diane has truly earned this
distinction because of her 3.975 overall G.P.A. She moved
from Wisconsin, where she was Representative of the
Sophomore class, to Union at the beginning fy' her Junior
year. Diane has been active in debate, foreign language,
Honor Society, Academic Decathalon, Model U.N., and
Troop. As well as being involved in these activities she has
excelled academically through taking several college classes
during her Junior and Senior year and also enrolling in
advanced classes at Union. Diane is Union's Sterling
Scholar in the field ijjoreign language and has worked very
hard to attain this honor 1y"Valedictorian.
lst quarter, 1983-84
tudent of the
tudent af the quarter is the
recognition to the top studenffor
each of Ilze jbur quariers.
Criteria includes acaa'emic excel-
lence, citizenship, andparricipalion in
2nd Quarter, 1983-84
Elva Ames Jolynn Gillman
4th Quarter, 1982-83 3ra' quarter, 1983-84
186 STUDENTS OF QTR.
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First Row: Tyler Jensen, Todd Larseng Second Row: Stacey Vernon, Penny Rawlings, Tina Heaton, Kristina Harrison, Shirley
Nielsen Tana Simmons ' Back Row: Toni Hadden iane Steinhorst, Amy Dennis, Raelyn Eldredge, Shannon Frandsen, Suzy
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onor Seniors are chosen on the basis of
their GPA. Tlze requirements are that
they must be on the honor roll a minimum
ofl0 times, be enrolled in at least3 solid units per
quarter, and rnnst have ci GPA of3.65.
HONOR SENIORS 187
tudents of the Month
Todd Larsen and Kellie Brown Greg Jon
ne girl and one boy are Chosen eaeh
month by the faculty members to be
Student of the Month. They are
selected by their Citizenship towards other
students and faculty members. Also for their
achievements in various activities and
organizations for the month they are chosen.
es and Jolynn Gillman
Kristina Harrison and Kelly Cook Janilee H
188 STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
ieks and Jeff Madsen
Ken Winn and Penny Brgfhersgn Tyler Jensen and Shirley Nielsen
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Mike Ross and Toni Hadden
Ron Mortensen and Lori Vernon
STUDENTS OF THE MONTH 189
Best Dressed: Scott Wilson and Sonnet Swain
Most Preferred: Penny Brotherson and Steve Miller
l90 SENIOR PERSONALITIES
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Cures! Smile: Mike Ross and Melody Ambieul
Sparkling xeyes: Alison I-luberr and David Harper S
Most Talkarive: Ron Winn and Jill Sanders Happiest: Wendy Nebeker and Wendell Henrie
Biggesr Flirt: Joe Arnold and Lori Fenn Best Sense of Humor: Suzy Mower and Tracy Hall
SENIOR PERSONALITIES l9l
enior Per onalitie
Hardest Workers: Raelyn Eldredge and Ron Mortensen
Most Stylish hair: Shannon F ranson and Bryan Eldredge
192 SENIOR PERSONALITIES
Most Talented: Todd Larsen and Penny Rawlings
Most Masculine and Feminine: Chad Richard and Jolynn
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SENIOR PERSONALITIES 193
Steve Miller Jolynn Gillman
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Art Foreign Language
Willie Nickel! Krislina Harrison
Math Vocational Education
194 STERLING SCHOLARS
terling scholars are a select
group of students who have
pat together a portfolio
showing past accom-
plishments. There are twelve
diferent areas in which the students
They competed with others
from the region to get a scholarship
in the area they have chosen. This
year the competition was held at
Uintah High School. More and
more students get involved each
year with this program. lt's a
terrUic way to earn a scliolarship.
Raelyn E ldreclge
Greg Jones Penny Rawlings
Amy Defmief Tyler Jensen
STERLING SCHOLARS 195
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196 ADMINISTRATION 1
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Front row: Superintendent Lowell Caldwell, Ellen Rawlings, Clerk Phil Thompson. Back ro w: Keith Nielsen, President Kent
Rust, Art Taylor, and Ralph Ercanbraeh.
hejiiture will coine, despite what we do: will we and our
schools be prepared to cope with the 21 st C entury? To
meet the challenges we inust plan now-for tomorrow and
prepare students nowjor a different world, Toda-v's industrial
giants do not lack such vision and coininitinent, in fact, it is
because ofthis vision and planning that they have reached their
present levels ofsuccess and will continue to grow and prosper
by changing and adjusting to what lies ahead. Our schools are
this nation's largest industry, they too, should grow and
prosper because cn' visions, planning and commitrnent to the
- P.R. Thompson -
1 believe that each person is different and that we need to
recognize and accept the individuality of each person and tailor
our educational program to fit the needs of individuals. This
means that each child cannot be forced into a like mold in which
they move along step by step or course by course. Ar
educational system should prepare people to be successful
adults and positive contributors to society.
-A.L. Taylor -
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believe the purpose of
secondary education is to
help each student
experience personal success
while being provided the
oppourtunities to develop
basic skills and gain a better
understanding of lik.
I hope our e.x'perience at
Union High School will make
us "winners" Mthe game of
life. As we depart from this
shared experience, I hope we
will be dedicated to the
concepts ofequality, freedom
and justice. I also hope that
we will have gained the
necessary skills and desire to
continue to learn throughout
the rest tj our existence. A
man truly dies when he is no
longer willing to learn.
-R. Wolff -
he young people of today
are in a special situation
because they are neither
small children nor adults. Still,
much is expected of them. In
public schools, a program must be
adopted to meet their needs,
therefore, emphasis needs to be
placed on their preparation for
lU'e. Reading and writing skills are
critical, along with problem-
solving skills. Administration,
faculty and staff must set goals
with students which will ac-
complish long-range achievements
with every student.
Coun elin ffice
Edwin Cuch and Stan Allen spend many hours with students.
t Union High School we adhere to
the philosophy that each student is
a unique individual with individual
dnfferences, possessing varying abilities, in-
terests and attitudes. We feel it is the role
of the school counselor to be an advocate
for the student in helping him to obtain an
appropriate education and in providing the
opportunity for him to develop toward his
New this year, Gary Black has also helped a great many
ur Facult . . .
"The goal of Educa-
tion is to help students
My goal is to help
educate my students by
filling their minds with
light, their hearts with
joy and their souls
"Teach them to see! "
. . .Step number two, fasten buckle firmly, pull strap to tighten. . . N
"This one looks interesting, " says Mrs. Griffen to Michelle
"llll never do that again." says Miss Gillis
I can't lecture without my wheels!" ex-
claims Mr. Corry
Walker on the walk.
J ejj' C orrjv
'When I teach music,
I am trying to teach
aspects of music and
area of feeling and
emotion which brings
music away from being
a science and turns it
into an art."
"In time of peace pre-
pare for war. Winning
is imponant - There
is standing room only
at the top of the
hill - Winning is a
struggle but Il's all
wonh the effort -
Losing makes me
"Students - 'Know
thyseU' and 'To thine
own seh' be true.' "
"Students should have
the opportunity to de-
velop a wholesome
attitude toward learn-
ing with extendive
opportunity given to
develope individual ta-
lents and philosophy of
lie, that will help stu-
dents adjust to our
Wayne K ittrell
Mr. Wood is rounding up the troops with his little plastic bucket
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A Very typical day for the crazy wood shop teacher, Mr.
e f' JS
"Did you hear the one about the. . .asks Coach Kittrell to
Mr. Weight spending time with his best friend.
"Our science program
exists to serve the pre-
sent and future needs
of our students. If
these needs are not
being met, then we
have failed in our de-
sire to deliver a quali-
ty education to them.
"The more we learn, g
the better we are able , " , V
to make the right l V I '
choices in our lives.
-Alan . t Vffi:H.j
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"The day ana' age when
people can earn a com-
forable living entirely by
physical ejfort and no in
tellectual requirement is
gone. Today's way of lype
knowledge and intellec-
tual power. Be readv!
Get prepared! Meet the
Onward with Union. . . " Vianne Pope
"Bang! you're dead." -Shirl
"Students should not only learn the 'basie', but should
learn how to become happy, productive members of soei
ou may think, after so
many years teaching.
teachers would become
immune to the ups and downs in
school. Actually they don't.
Their lives are one giant roller
coaster ride, just like ours.
Taking valium every
morning helps give the day an
up. Having the wheels stolen off'
your cart is a down. Missing
your daily Tab is a down. Having
lunch with the boys at the
Having your tropical fish,
salamanders and hogs roasted
over the weekend is down. Once
a week, giving a test to
unprepared students is an up.
Teachers sometimes get
dizzyjrom all the ups and downs,
but they survive and, in the end,
they help us all survive. We say
"thank you" to them for that, at
"School years should
be looked back on with
fondness and they should
teach all that is needed to
begin a successful second
phase of lufe.
Rawlings' Bologna Joint is an
up. Leaving the Tums home
before a trip in the Drivers' Ed.
car is a down.
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i'Joe Cool" Corry strutts down the hall, on F Ufties Day. i
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Ooooo. . .that valium sure did the trick this morning." says Mr. Merrill.
"Facts do not cease to
exist just because they
"Intelligence or the
ability to reason is the
thing that separates us
from the animals.
Henrjv Adams said:
"They know enough
who know how to
Ellen Stubbs Carma Reagan
Attendance Secretary Financial Secretary
Jodie Kelley Debbie Peterson
Records Secretaijv Records Secretary
Dorothy Powell Barbara Scholes Peggy McArthur
Cook Cook C0016
C harman Justice
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212 VOCATION CENTER F'I 5 m
VOCATIONAL CENTER 213
"You do it like this, Tammie B. says Mr. Weatherston.
When I grow up I'm going to be a secretary, " says .lolynn G. to Mrs
214 VOCATIONAL CENTER
Education is more than the
three R's. It also includes
abilities. . .both logical and
creative it includes embracing
ethical standards, it includes
helping students to be aware of
their obligation in a
communityq then enriches We
I teach petroleum because I
feel that there is a great need
for trained personneljor the oil
feld in the Basin. With the
training j5'om the petroleum
program people can better
' Every student has a right to be
' trained in his or her profession
and interest. As a vocational
educator, I feel obligated to
help in this accomplishment
and hope that the technical
information I can pass on will
be of lU'elong beneft.
Trades and lndustry
1 believe that Adult Ed. is an
educational solution to meet the
needs lj students whose needs
are not or have not been mel in
other educational settings. I
feel that helping them complete
studies for High School credit
is a rewarding experience in
which I learn along with the
VOCATION AL CENTER 215
l feel like education is one of
the most important things in
every young persons lie. If
high school will take advantage
of the education opportunities
they have and do it with a
positive attitude, there is no
end to what they can learn and
216 VOCATIONAL CENTER
A good education provides
principles which help us solve
problems and make wise
decisions. Nothing is as
exciting as learning something
new. What you have learned no
one can steal from you.
Perhaps it is the only thing we
can take with us when we leave
The most important objective in
education is not what a student
learns, but what he learns how
T0 1456. Joe Richards
A good education is very
important for someone pursuing
a career in drcwing. A person
who does not spell well,
communicate well or who does
not have a good backgound in
math will not go far in the
Students who take advantage of
carpentry can obtain basic job
skills. However, working
contractors will select only the
best qualnied carpenters and
top students. There is, as
always, room at the top of any
trade for the person who really
wants to be there.
me. When they lear
M, X X , ie Auto Shop
. i '
To help students learn a skill
or trade is a great pleasure for
perform, I also learn
The schooling you have had
l thus far is only the beginning
education, not the end,'
education should last a
Education is like a
ladder - You can't reach the
top J some of the rungs are
missing in the middle.
Welding ' ,gm
VOCATIONAL CENTER 217
Secretary, Adult Education
Zela Hansen Sheila McCully
Receptionist Clerk, Treasurer
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Acord, Mike 11126, 10.54, 59, 80, 93, 136
Adams, Ryan 1122 33
Adams, Tammy 1112 93
Alexander, Gerald 1122 33, 54, 133, 134, 82
Ahfaro, Greg 1112
Allen, Dan 1112 93
Allred, Brian 110254, 143, 131, 82, 84
Allred, Carla 1102 137, 138, 143
Ames, Gail 1102 143
Ames, Tricia 111293, 172, 85
Andrews, Chad 1102
Anderson, Angela 1112 10, 11, 93, 104, 122, 125,
Bulloch, Staci 112235, 231
Burkrnan, Alysa110286, 88, 144
Burton, .1eff1112 6, 21, 55, 59, 95, 105, 131, 136,
Burton, Joyce 1112 60, 64, 66, 68, 92, 95, 96, 119
124,125,159,168,170,171,172, 84, 85
Bush, Adeania 1122 35, 139, 183
Butcher, Brad 1112 95, 84, 85
Calasans, Ricardo 1102
Calhoun, James 1122 35
Anderson, Cristine111293, 122, 125, 7
Anderson, Josh 1102 143, 24, 85
Anderson, Marilyn 1122 33
Anderton, Sherri 112 2 33
Calkins, Rodeana 1112 95
Campbell, Brett 1112 94, 123, 124, 136
Campbell, Cindy 1112 6, 61, 93, 95
Canto, Sixta 1112 95
Antoine, David1 2 125
Appawoo, Anthony 1102 143
Arkansas. Colleen 1122
Arnold, Joe 1122 11, 33, 80, 168
Arnold, Shertjv 1102
Asay, Kenneth 112233
Asay, Laurel 1112 60, 93, 84
Ashmore, Danielle 110286, 88, 133, 143, 148, 173
Ashton, Kent 1122 21, 33, 55, 24, 83
Atwood, Nalilie 1112 93
Bailey, JennU'er 1112 60, 93, 119, 122, 123, 124.
ean 110259, 70, 72, 144
Carter, Gene 1102 70, 72, 144
Carter, .lodalee 1112 7, 95, 138
Carlson, Shannon 1122 35, 134
Carter, Shane 1102 123, 125, 144, 152, 85
Casper, Kevin 1122 35
Catha, Bruce 1122
Cesspooch, Roberta 1122 35
Cesspooch, Steven 1102 144
Chandler, Ronda 1102
Chandler, Todd 1102 139
Chapman, Alan 11126, 54, 80, 95, 130, 133, 134
Chapoose, Shaun 1112
C hasel , C
indv111296, 137, 173.6
Barney, JoAnn 1102 122, 124
,Kellie 110233, 136.143, 11
Raerna 1112 93,1
Shelly 1112 10, 64, 67, 94, 99, 138, 139
Bell, Allison 111260, 64, 66, 68, 94, 119, 172
Bedonie, Hilda 1122 34
Berggren, Diane 1122 13, 34, 122, 125, 136
Berggren, Richard 1112 94, 122, 124
Bergquist, Allen 1112 55, 94
Bertoch, Sharmel 1112 94, 137
Beverleigh, Arrv 112234
Beverleigh, Wendy 1112 94
Billings, Bill 1112
Bingham, Lloyd 1112 70, 72, 94, 97
Birchell, Garn 1112 94, 139
Birchell, Treven 1112 94, 24
Black, Rodrick 1112
Blake, Rob 1112 7, 94
Blanchard, Danny 1102
Bonnesen, Thamar 1122
Bostick, Tammie 1112 6, 92, 93, 94, 110, 123, 124
125, 133, 161, 168, 214
Mike 111255, 67, 80, 95, 133, 7
Bowden, Lisa 1112 94
Bowman, Lisa 1102
Brant, Darren 1102 143
Bright, Robin 112234, 97
Brooksby, Tony 1102 70, 72, 144
Brolherson, Penny 11224, 34, 173, 174, 189, 193,
Babelte 1112 95
Bryon 110254, 59, 70, 72, 144
Debra 110263, 86, 88, 122, 125, 144
Doug 1102 144
Kellie 1112 11, 60, 67, 69, 95, 118, 138,
Christensen, Clayton 112 2 36, 82
Clark, Cathy1102 144
Clark, Doug 1102 139, 144
Clark, Vickie 1102 144
Clegg, Dean 1112 59, 96
Click, Joyelynne 1102 144
Collins, .lonni 1102 144
Kelly 112236, 188, 1
Coonrod, Regina 1112 11, 96, 122, 124, 25
Cooper. Janeall 1102
Cooper, Paula 1112 96, 122, 123, 125
e, April 1112 96, 101
Cornpeach, Freddy 1102
Cornpeach, Marcella 1102 144
Cox, Juan 1102
Crinklaw, Jejj'1112 96
Crozier, Cindy 1102 64, 86, 88, 145, 168
Crozier, Charles 1122 36
Shawn 1122 36, 70. 72
Curry, Ronnie 1112 96, 84, 85
Dahlberg, Doug 1112 96
Dalton, Julie1102 122, 123, 125, 138, 145
Dalton, Terrill 1112 131
Daniels, Teresa J. 1102 145
Dastrup, Kelly 1102 133, 145
Davis, Josie 1102 145
.Kelley 1102 138, 145
, Laurie 112236, 133
Davis, Tony 1122 37
Brown, Steve 1122 8, 34, 70, 72 172, 193, 187
Brough, Lesa 11224, 34, 118 Draney, Clark 1112 96, 189, 167, 178, 224, 126,
Buchanan, Michelle 1102 9, 119, 144, 172 127, 128, 1
Draper, Brad 1121 37
Dulen, Bill 111155, 59, 96. 84
Charlie Jo 1111 6, 96
Duncan, Marianne 1101 111, 145
Duncan, Robbie 1101 123, 145, 148, 168
Sheila 1111 96
DuShane, Nesa 1111
Dye, Becky 1111 70, 71, 97, I
Elder, Evelyn 1121 37
Eldredge, Barbara 1111 70, 71, 97, 98, 120, 172
Eldredge, Mike 1101 145, 83
Eldredge, Rae1yn1121 13, 35, 37, 122, 124, 132.
Bryan 112121, 37, 38, 80, 172, 173, 175,
Goodrich, Stanley 1101 146
Goodrich, Tammie 1121 98, 136
Goodspeed, Gina11019, 122, 123, 124, 146, 120,
Grate, Scott 1101
Grate, Staci 1111 98
Gray, Aundrea 1111 55
Grover, Liesle 1111 98, 138, 85
Hadden, Toni 112139, 189, 134, 187, 182
Hadlock, Rich 1111 98, 177
Hall, Tracy 112139
Hamblin, Chad 1111 98, 111, 139
Hamblin, Holly 112139, 122
Hamblin, Matthew 1101 123, 111, 122, 124
Hamblin, Robert 1121 39
172, 173,192, 187,182
Eldredge, Ryan, 1101 10, 54. 59, 80, 145
Espanoza, David 1121 4, 5, 32, 37, 110, 125, 130,
Evans, Alison 1111 97, 138
Evans, Kenny 1121 37
Fabrizio 1111 97
Farnsworth, Les 1101 122, 124, 146
Farnsworth, Tammy 1101 146
Fausett, Merrill 1101 110, 142, 146, 153
Fausett, Paul 1101 146
Fealy, Tom 1111
Fenn, Lore 1121 37, 132, 133, 173
Fenn, Ricky 110154, 59, 146, 153, 84, 85
Fillingim, Wayne 1111 54, 84
Flores, Luci 1111
Fowles, Nile R. 11018, 146
Frandsen, Shannon 1121 11, 12, 38, 86, 88, 118,
Frandsen, Toni 112137, 134, 172, 11
Freestone, Matt 112138
Kelly 1111 98
Hamby, Lean 1101 146
Hansen, Kadi1101123, 124, 147, 8
Hansen, Samantha 1111 98
Hardinger, LouAnn 1101 147
Hardy, Linda 1121
Harmston, Mike 1101 39
Harmston, Troy 1101 147
Harper, David 1121 39, 4, 130
Harper, Jill 1101 120, 172, 142, 147
Harris, Kenna 1101
Harrison, Kristina 112139, 120, 188, 173, 172, 188
4, 109, 110,138,139, 174, 187, 1
Haslem, Karen 1101 147
Haslem, Korinne 1101 147
Hatch, Dean 1111 98
Hawk, Marilyn 112139
Heaton, Tina 112140, 187, 182
Henderson, Korrie 1111 7, 63, 98, 103, 160, 173
Brenda 1101 111, 147
Shane 1101 9, 147, 82'
Warren 1111 98
Wendell 1121 4, 5, 40, 130,168,177,193,
Lisa 110163, 66, 68, 146
Frost, Monty 1111 97
Frost, Shane 1111 70, 72, 92, 97, 139, 169, 171
Funk, Glen 1101 70,73, 111, 146, 152, 83
Gale, Tara1111l1, 97, 122, 123, 125, 132, 138
Adam 1101 123, 125, 146
Greg 1111 97
Gerker, Dane 1101
Rob 1111 97
Gibbs, Gerald N. 1111
Gibson, Faith 112138, 134
Gibson, Kara 1111 97
Gideon, John 112138
Richard 1111 97
Gilbert, Barry 1101 146
Gilbert, Connie 112138, 133
Gilbert, Darren 1101 146
Gilbert, Marilee 1111 97
Jolynn 112134, 38, 134, 138, 173, 188,
Wayne 11214, 39, 80, 173
Glines, Lori 1121
Gojf Stephanie 1101 146
Golden, Danny 1111 98, 122, 132
Goodrich, Ronald 1101 122, 124, 146
Hemstreet, Steve 1121 40, 139
Herber, Kris 112140
Herra, Bob 1101 147
Hicks, .lanilee 1121 40, 177, 188, 85
Himes, Kim 1111 63, 98, 132, 136
Hirschi, Kevin 1111 55
Hubert, Alison 11215, 32, 41, 42, 60, 64, 66, 68,
Hubert, Ky 1101 122, 123, 124, 125, 147, 150
Hudson, Tracie 1101 147
Hunt, Darvel11101111, 131, 137, 147
Hunt, Maria 11018, 64, 87, 88, 120, 147, 172
Hoff Bobby 112141
Houston, Teresa 11214, 41, 64, 66, 67, 138, 139,
Inglis, Kelly 1101 11, 136, 175
Ivie, Scott 1121 41
Jack, Darwin 1101 147
Jacobson, Troy 1101 147
Jamail, Thomas 1111 98
Jarrett, Brent 1101 147
Jenkins, Dale 1121 41 Mahkewa, Yolie 1121
Jenkins, Johanna 1101 147 Mair, Kerri 1111 100
Jenkins, Shelly 112142, 172 Mair, Todd 1121 70, 71, 73, 84
Jenkins, Sherilyn 1101 9, 121, 147 Malnar, Stephanie 111120, 100, 136, 25
Jeppesen, Tony 1111 98
Jennings, Scott 1111 6, 7, 10, 55, 93, 98, 84
Jensen, Dennis 1101 21, 147
Jensen, Ruth Ann 1101 123, 147
Jensen, Tyler 1121 42, 122, 124, 130, 131, 136, 187,
Manning, Lance 1101 8
Manning, Nephi1101 149
Manning, Ted 1121
Martinez, Antony 1101 149
Martines, Lori 1111 100
Markey, Jim 1Toater1 1101 149
Johnson, Debbie 1111 99
Johnson, Jannette 1111
Jones, Greg 1121 13, 20, 36, 42, 122, 123, 124, 125,
Jordan, Aaron 1101 148
Jorgensen, Stan 1111 99
Justice, Brenda 1121 42
Justice, Chris 1111 99
Justice, Linda 11214, 42, 139, 173
Justice, DaNette 1101 137, 148
Kearson, Tammy 1101 148
Keel, Greg 1101 148
Kellar, Lydia 1111 99
Kelly, Jason 1101 122, 123, 137, 148,82
Kettle, Bruce 1101 139, 148
Kettle, Deborah 1111 99, 134, 138
Kettle, Diane 112142, 174
Killian, Lisa 112142, 123, 134
Kimball, Chris 1111
Kinsman, Chad 1121
Kolilis, Ron1101 139
Kynaston, Kim 1101 148
Knowlden, Shawn 1101 85
Labrum, Craig 1101 9, 59, 133, 136, 148, 153
Labrum, Shaun 1101 148
Lankford, Gary 1101
Larsen, Todd 1121 43, 56, 109, 110, 168, 175, 188,
192, 187. 84, 183
Lawrence, Carl 1111
Ledbetter, Tammy 1101 148
Lee, A1mina1101 138, 148, 1
Lee, C1Qj'ord1111 99, 24
Lee, Gordon 1121 42
Lee, Jamie 1111 7
Lefler, Rena 1111 99, 101, 132
Leger, Bonnie 1101 8, 110, 132, 142, 148
Leninger, Keith 1111
Lewis, Linda 1101 149
Lewis, Rose 1121 42
Lewis, Shawn 112143, 130, 139, 24
Lightfoot, John 1101 149
Lindberg, Dawn 1111 99, 134
Lister, Kevin 1111 99
Lira, Darci 1111 99
Lira, Ventura 1111
Livingston, Matt 1101 149, 25
Lloyd, Chris 1111 56
Lucero, Christin 1111
Lundstorm, Catherine 112121, 38, 43, 109. 110, 118,
170. 172, 11
Lundstrom, Ryan 11018, 11, 149
Madsen, Jejj'1111 13, 21, 6, 56, 100,168,172,188,
Martin. Paula 1111 100, 122, 124
Mathisen, Brian 1111 100, 131, 139
McBride, Renette 1101 149
McCleary, Robin 1111
McCormick, Laura 1101 111, 149
McGhee, Troy 111157, 59, 100, 82
McKee, Michele 1101 149
McKenna, NilaDe110194, 122, 136, 138, 149
McKewan, Derinda 1111 100
McKewan, Tina1101 149
McManigal, Jzjf11116, 10, 57, 100
Mechom, Shane 1121 43, 84
Medlyn, Dayne 1101 21, 136, 159
Merkley, Blaine 1101 111, 159
Mezenen, Rexene 1121 44
Mezenen, Rodney 1101 57, 59, 81, 133, 159, 84,85
Mieure, Carol 1111 60, 64, 66, 68. 100, 136, 138,
158, 84, 85
Miller, Steve 112143, 56, 130, 134, 137
Mitchell, Becky 1101 59, 63, 111, 138
Mitchell, Hank 1121 43
Montgomery, Robert 1101
Moore, Shelly 1101 138, 159
Morrill, Vernon 1101 159
Morrow, Jess 1111 100
Morrow, Louie 1101 159
Mortensen, Chad 1111 93, 100
Mortensen, Karma 1101 110, 142, 148, 138, 159
Mortensen, Ron 112120, 21, 4, 61, 67, 189, 192,
Mower, Suzy 112135. 5, 32, 44, 110, 168, 174, 189
Mundcn, Michelle 1121 5, 44
Murdock, Garrick 1111
Murdock, Perry 1101
Murray, Bill 1111 100, 130, 133
Murray, Bryon 1111
Murray, Cheryl Dawn 1121 44, 138, 158
Murray. Debra 1111 101
Murray, Dennis 1121
Murray, Raymond 1101 159
Murray. Roy 1101 9, 153, 159
Murphy, Bonnie 1111 100
Murphy, Donna 1111 100, 134, 138
Murphy, Owen 1111 100, 139
Murphy, Terri 1101
Nebeker, Kelly 1101 139, 159
Nebeker, Wendv112111, 12, 44, 88, 87, 132 173
Nelson, Dennis 1101 111, 159
Nephi. Rose Anna 1101 159
Nelson, Skylar 1101 159
Nickell, Willie 1121 4, 44, 81, 130, 134, 172, 175
Nielsen, Kothy1l0163, 64, 66, 67, 138, 151
Nielsen, Michelle 1111
Nielsen, Russ 1111 57, 58, 101, 171
Nielsen, Sherry 112245, 40, 64. 66, 68, 134, 138
Nielsen, Shirley 1122 45, 60, 66, 64. 69, 134. 138.
173 174 189 187
David 1112 102
James 1102 153
Raema1102 139, 152
Ntasenl Suzie 11012 63, 64, 66, 69, 138, 151
North. Brad 1102 151, 85
Nyberg. Debra 1122
0'Driscoll, Connie 1102 9, 63, 64, 66, 69. 151
Oldson, Bill 1122 45
,Robin 1122 45. 136
Olsen Jody 112245
Olsen Ken 1102 151
Marleen 110263, 64, 66, 69, 151, 84, 85
Mike 1102 10, 56. 81. 133, 151, 82
Shelby 1102 151
Ortega, Fernando 1102
Osmond, Darin 1102 111
Ostrowski. Shaugn 1112 101, 123
Pace, Billy 1122 45, 57, 70, 73
Pappas, Nick 1112 101, 123
Parkes, Shannon 1112 102
Paslzlakai, Vergena 1 10 2
Payne. Matthew 1102 132, 151
Payne. Tammy 1102 151
Riding, David 1102 152
Ridley. Kevin 1102 153
Roberts, Kelly 1102 153
Rockwood, Ronda 1112 102, 118, 172
Rockwood, Sondra 1112 92, 102, 110, 134,
Rogers, Connie 1112 102
Romans, Chad 1102 153
Rose, Christine 1112 9. 63, 102, 85
Ross, Mike 1122 47, 81, 175, 189
Ross, Tracy 1102 9, 81, 149, 153
Sanders, Jill 1122 5, 47, 138
Satala, Daniel 1112
Satala, Darlene 1102
Santio, Kathy 1102
Schimmels, Tonja 1102 153
Schurz, Tawny 1102 153. 85
Scott, Toni 1112 103, 134
Secrest, Steve 112247, 70, 73
Serawop, Thorton 1102 153
Seybert, Jamie 1112 103, 138
Shelley, Jayne 1112 94, 103, 121. 122, 124, 1
Shelley, Richard 1122 41, 47, 56
Shelton, Glen 112248
Shepherd. Robbie 1102
Shields, Julie 1102 123, 132, 133, 151, 153, 173
Pectol, Lani 1112 101, 102, 132, 173
Percival, Carol 1122 45, 109, 110, 12
Perkins, Jenny 1122
Peterson, Ginger1102 151, 84
Peterson, Ri1'1zy1I22-16, 70, 175, 177
Pltillips, Craig1l12 71, 73. 102, 139
Phillips, Tracy 1122 46, 134
Pike. Felicia 1112 102, 134
Pitcher, Tina 1102 152
Pitcher, Wayne 1112 102
Pitt, Robbie 1102 59
Poll, Dane 1102 152
Poolaw, Kathy 1122
Postrna, Rose 1112 102, 122
Powell, Ken 112246
Powell, Nathan 111259, 102, 111, 85,
Pratt. Kenneth 1102 131, 152
Prescott, Cindy 1102 137, 138, 152
Price, Carl 1102 152
Pricltard, Diana 1112 102, 132, 133
1, 172, 183
Shisler, Leslie 1102 122, 124, 153
Shurtleff Cristy 1102
Sibello. Marita 1112
Simmons, Chad 1102 123, 122, 124, 153
Simmons, Pam 1102 153
Simmons, Tana 1122 134, 187
Sixkiller. Tammie 1112 103
Skinner, Randy 1112 103
Skinner, Stephen 112248, 136, 85
Smith, Cassie 1102
Smith, David 1102
Smith, Laney 11126, 21, 103
Smith. Ryan 1112 103
Smith, Suzanne 1112 ll, 104, 103, 133, 161, 1
Solmonson, Marcy 1112 103, 104, 173
Sommer, Melanie 1102 153
Sonney, Danny 1102
Sorensen, Brad 1102 103
Sorensen, Merikay 112248, 132, 134, 138
Sowsonicut, Charlie 1102
Spencer. Jerry 1122
Spencer. Kaelynne1112 12, 65, 87, 88, 103, 132
Rasmussen, Brad 1122 4, 46, 175, 24
Rawlings, Penny 1122 13, 36, 46, 124. 172, 185.
192, 121, 187, 184, 186
Reary, Aaron 1102 152, 24
Reatjv, Trisha 1112 102
Reed, Donnie 1122 46. 56
Reidhead, Mike 1112 102. 85
Reynolds, Annette 1102 152
Reynolds, Babette 1102 152
Reynolds, Honie 1112 11, 63, 132
Rhaadis, Becky 1102
Rich, Ronny 112246, 47, 70, 73
Richard, Chad 1122 47, 56, 58, 81, 160, 192,
Richens, Connie 110264, 66, 69. 138, 152, 24
Sperry, David 1112 103
Squire, Larry 1122 4, 47, 48, 168, 175,85
Stanley, Renee 1102
Sleinhorst, Diane 1122 10, 41, 48, 123. 125, 136.
137, 172, 185,193, 187
Stevens, Bartholomew 1122
Stewart, Tammy 112248, 122. 124, 118,172
Stoddard, Kevin 1102 154
Swain, Sonnet 1122 11, 13, 48, 121, 172
Tabbee, Davis 1102
Tabbee, Kevin 1122
Tabbee, Lisa 1102 154
Tabbee, P.J. 1122
Tahguv, Benny 1102
Tahguv, Gwennita1102 138, 154
Tapoof, Kora 1121
Tapoof, Shauna 1121 49
Taveapont, Orlanna 1101 154
Bryan 1111 139
Dee Dee 112149, 132, 133, 5
Kris 1101 154
Thompson, Michelle 1111 104, 122, 125, 137,
Thompson, Mike 1101 122, 123, 125
Todd, Michelle 1121 49
Tom, Donavan 1111
Tomlinson, Wendy 1101 150, 154, 159
Townsend, Shane 1111 57, 104
Tucker, 1eff1101 154
Turner, Angie 1101 154
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Marilyn 1101 154
Wade 1101 131, 137, 154
Van Ausdal, Shayne 1111
VanderKraats,Hollee' 111111, 13, 93, 94, 104, 122,
123, 124, 125, 136,160,168,171, I
VanderKraats, Paul 1121 49
Vernon, Lori 1111 87, 88, 104, 189
Vernon, Stacey 112149, 122, 125, 187
Voyles, David 1101 154
Walker, Alan 1101 154
Wall, Daniel 112149
Warren, Heidi 112149
Watson, Kara 1111 104
Weight, Julie 1101 155
David 1121 57, 122. 172, 175
Jacqueline 112149, 137
Wilkins, Darren 1101 133
Wilkerson, Kent 1101 131, 137, 155, 85
Wilkerson, Neil 1121 51
Wilkerson, Tammy 1101 137, 138
Wilkins, Dennie 1101 155
Williams, Michelle 1111
Williams, Rebecca 110165, 87, 88. 123, 125, 159,
169, 84, 85
Williams, Susie 1111
Willie, Dolli 1111 104
Wilson, Heather 1121 21, 51, 110, 136
Wilson, JaCina 112151
Wilson, Scott112121, 32, 51, 49, 57, 110, 175, 183
Warren 1101 122, 124, 155
Dara 1111 87, 88. 64, 65, 104
Dione 1101 155
Winn, Darlene 1111 97, 99, 104, 138
Winn, Ken 1121 70, 73,122, 125, 189, 84
Winn, Ronald 1121 50, 130, 24, 83
Winn, Ryan 112150. 70, 73, 152
Winn, Tony 11214, 50, 58, 70, 71, 73
Winterton, Alan 11116, 105, 130
Winterton, Alicia 112151, 121, 134
Winterton, David 1101 155
Winterton, Delia 1111 63, 103, 104
Winterton, Mike 1101 85
Winterton, Ron 112121, 50, 122, 124, 24
Winward, Mark 1111
Winward, Saul 1101 139, 155
Wisener, Mike 1101
Wissiup, April 1101
Wopsock, LeAnna 1101 155
Wopsock, Marjv 1101
Wopsock, Shana 1121
Workman, LaRae 1101 155
Leslie 1101 155
Wyasket, Bryce 1101 155, 8
Wyasket, Ruth 1111 137
Wymer, Brett 1111 6, 10, 58, 171, 84, 85
White, Steve 1101
While, Teresa 1121 50, 1
Wiegand, Kathy 1111 104, 134
Wight, Bruce 1111 104, 82
Wilkins, Cherjvl 1121
Young, Mary Jo 112151, 134
Young, Roy1101 155
Zufelt, Troy 11116, 58, 84
he spectacles of experienceg through
them will you see clearly a second
From the outside, looking in, many ofthe
accomplishments and projects we see seem
insignifcant or not worth-while. We, too
ryften, fail to realize the work and dedication
put into them. High school yearbooks are like
this: you never really see the work until you' ve
done it. The work and dedication put into the
'83-'84 yearbook by the Yoon-Yun stajj"-far
surpasses almost every accomplishment fy' the
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