United Township High School - Skyline Yearbook (East Moline, IL)
- Class of 1984
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Table of Contents
LIT makes a
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I. This student exhibits a look common to incom'
ing freshmen. 2. Junior Jeff Radford enjoys deco-
rating his locker with some of the comforts of
home. 3. Senior Troy McCray and sophomore
Julig,Loding model some of the "unique" styles
popular this year. 4. Driver ed is a course under-
classmlen look forward to. 5. Being swampedwith
homework js a part of everydayolife in high school.
6. Ole Olson, our foreign exchange student from
Norway, enjoys his experiences in America, in-
cluding photography. 7. Many students go to
school with the rising of the sun. 8. Kathy Knouse,
senior, fans herself during the, heat wave at the
beginning of the school year.
Many LIT students have been able to
find part-time jobs at fast food places, res-
taurants, hospitals and baby sitting,
Extra money was the most common rea-
son for working. Earnings went for clothes,
gas, and weekend fun. Most of the kids put
some money in bank accounts or trust
funds for college or other future needs.
Andy Mutziger, junior, makes pizzas at
Happy Joe's. Andy said, "I work for the
income and for the fun of it."
Many students didn't consider their
homework to be affected by their jobs.
However, some thought that they didn't
have enough time for their homework. Ju-
nior Lisa Sonneville said, "Working doesn't
really affect my schoolwork, except on a
Cindy Cronkleton, sophomore, works in
the backstretch kitchen at the Quad City
Downs. "I really enjoy working there and I
can't wait to go back," she says, referring
to the seasonal close.
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I. Talking on the phone is a favorite pastime of many
high school students. 2. Junior Achievement is an
opportunity to learn more about business outside of
school and have fun while doing it. 3. On teen night
going dancing is a popular pastime. 4. Listening to
stereo headphones is a good way to relax just about
anywhere. 5. These students take advantage of the
hot summer months to go boating. 6. Robert Parker,
junior, plays the flute to pass the time on his lunch
hour. 7. Sophomore Kraig Wells shows how much he
appreciates open campus lunchf
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There radiates an air of anxiousness, spirit, and pride.
At this time more than any other,
The autumn celebration of our unity as a school.
A time of hopes, laughter, and memories made,
Holding a special meaning for all.
A traditional part of our student life.
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1. The junior class wins first place in the float compe-
tition with their float "Yabba Dabba Doo we'll roll all
over uf' 2. The crowd roars approvingly as they
"Burn those Streaks," 3. The dance brings a close to
the festivities of homecoming. 4. Mr. James Llnrath
exhibits some of his hidden talents. 5, The varsity
football team charges onto the field, 6. This year's
homecoming queen and king are Rochelle LeBlanc
and Joe DeJaegher,
Homecoming makes memories
Homecoming "83," developed around
the theme of "Cartoons," consisted of five
spectacular events: the bonfire, assembly,
parade, game and dance.
Homecoming events started off with
Thursday night's bonfire behind South
Campus. This event boosted school spirit
for the following days' events. Friday start-
ed off with the introduction of royalty at
the assembly. A few underclassmen boys,
dressed as cheerleaders, led cheers in their
own way. Then some courageous male
teachers, also dressed up as cheerleaders,
followed with a pom-pom routine. The as-
sembly ended with the announcement of
King Joe DeJaegher, Queen Rochelle LeB-
lanc, Prince Pete Hunter, and Princess Ja-
At 1 p.m. the parade started with each
of the classes displaying their floats. This
year's winner was the Juniors, who also
won first their freshman year.
The night brought on more excitement
with the win of the sophomore football
team, 21-20, and the varsity victory over
Galesburg, 25-21, the first homecoming
win in five years.
Homecoming ended with the semi-for-
mal dance Saturday evening in the South
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Homecoming exceeds hopes
1. Success performs their dance routine to "l Can
Make You Dance," by Zapp, 2. Pete the Panther,
Tracy Lofgren, helps direct the crownbearers, Brian
Drobushevich and Mandy Shoger, to the thrones. 3.
Mrs. Dorthy Ward, Grand Marshall, smiles as she
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the homecoming assembly. 6. The football team
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and Todd Camp boogey to the beat.
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place in its category. 5. Homecoming prince and princess for this year are Peter
Hunter and Jamie Titus. 6. Members of homecoming court are Cfrontj Wendy
Leonard, Debbie Waeyaert, Tina Miletich, Annette Poelvoorde, Julie Burns, Trish
Zmuda, Susie Ogle, and Jody Rausch. Cbackl John l.eFevre, Joe Monterastelli,
Steve Mann, Tom Rice, Jon Jannes, Charles Clark, Mike Sutton, and Chad
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Our freshman year,
When we were so lost and confused.
Our sophomore year,
Being "top dog" and learning how to drive.
Our junior year,
With last pick in gym but still an upperciassman
As we sit here in our caps and gowns,
Reflecting on UT as a memory,
We realize that nothing can ever compare
To the special times and friends shared,
The dances, the games, the parties, the fun,
All of the best things rolled into
One very special time to remember,
Our Senior year.
Pride in seniors
goodbye to LIT
Traditionally, senior year is the begin-
ning of an end, an end to our high school
years. We say goodbye to friends, teach-
ers, and the familiarity and friendliness of
high school and go out into the real world.
After the initial relief of graduation, we
begin to feel a little scared. ln high school,
we were important, we belonged, but now
we have to go on to college, or look for a
job, and take on adult responsibilities.
When we look back on those high school
days which we were so anxious to have
over, we realize that nothing can ever com-
pare to that special time in our life, the fun,
the excitement, and the feeling of freedom
we experienced. Those years are gone, but
from these experiences we have gained
knowledge, maturity, and the responsibil-
ity to handle whatever life deals us. We
have pride in ourselves for what we have
accomplished. lt makes it all worth it: our
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What IS your favorlte
45 Senlor Sklp Day
65 Ll T games
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15 Oh My'
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class of 84
45 Bogus dude
55 E S A D
15 Have a banana ello bath wrth
45 Go to college
Thmg to do m leisure time
25 Spend tlme wlth
35 Listen to music
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25 Def Leppard
55 Quiet Rlot
65 Duran Duran
15 Mrchael Jackson
25 Pat Benatar
35 Sammy Hagar
45 Lronel Rrchle
55 Stevie Nicks
65 Bully Joel
55 Metal Health
65 Keep lt Llp
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35 Hull Street Blues
45 M TV
55 Remmlngton Steele
65 Famlly Tres
Thmg about UT
15 Open lunch
35 Opposlte sex
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25 Mr Belan
35 Steve Terronez
45 All successful people
55 Tom Cruise
65 Dr J
15 Beat lt
25 Total Ecllpse of the Heart
35 Cum on Feel the Nolze
45 Every Breath You Take
55 Rock of Ages
65 Love ls a Battlefield
15 Rlsky Business
35 All the Rrght Moves
45 Return of the Jedl
55 Fast Tlmes
65 Flrst Blood
Thmg about Senior year
25 Leaving last year
35 Senlor Sklp Day
45 First great freedom
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The Skyline staff has reached these conclusions by
surveying the entire senior class at UT Some stu
dents chose not to respond to the questionaire or
their responses were unprlntable These responses
reflect only a representative portion of the seniors
views on the subjects addressed
What do you feel about this year s absence of mtramurals?
The majority of the seniors polled were sorry that the lntramur
als program was dropped and felt that lt should be reinstated
They felt it was fun and a good way to keep out of trouble lt
was nice for students who didnt have the time to join an
athletic team but still wanted to participate in a sport
What opmlon do you have on the upcoming fashions and
fads such as punk rock?A large majority of the seniors felt
smaller number said that they felt it was okay Many students
said that they personally didnt like it but to each his own
How do you view the underclassmen? Most of the seniors
polled felt that the underclassmen are very nice no different
from themselves Some felt that they tended to be immature
and not as respectful to the seniors as they should be Still
others declined to comment If you can t say something nice
dont say anything at all
Do you feel the campus and or parking lot should be
closed?The answer to this question was a resounding NO The
biggest reason was because the students felt they needed a
break from the campus during the day and that it would inhibit
their freedom Another reason against the closing was that it
would be too much trouble and that the cafeteria couldn t hold
all the students The majority of the seniors felt that the
underclassmen should have the same opportunity to have
open campus that they did
What do you plan on doing after high school? The largest
portion of the seniors questioned said that they planned on
going to college Many students said that they planned on
getting a job and going into a vocational career Some plan on
joining the military and several others on getting married
Many still were uncertain as to their future plans
Do you feel the drinking and! or drlvlng age should be
raised? Naturally most students did not want the drinking and
driving ages to be raised The majority of the students said that
raising the drinking and driving ages would not solve any of the
problems faced by society today They felt that the people who
really want to drink will get the alcohol anyway A small
number said yes because lt would cut down on accidents and
many other problems
What opinions do you have on the reasons and effects of
teenage pregnancy and abortion? The largest portion of the
students surveyed felt that the teenagers should be responsible
for their own actions You want to play you have to pay
They felt that the teenagers should use some form of protec
tion against pregnancy Some students felt that it was the girl s
problem and some felt that it was unfair for the girl to be the
one to face the consequences Most of the students were
against abortion except under extenuating circumstances A
small portion felt that teenagers should not engage in any form
of premarltal sex
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that it was too weird or radical for their tastes. Only a slightly I ' qi i D A A i i ' . .
Seniors make college choices based on a
l. Roger Winchester gets information on courses of
study from a college representative. 2. Counselor Rob
Watters advises Jill Gunneman about the require'
ments for College. 3. Tracy Stiles, a former UT stu-
variety of factors
dent, talks to seniors about Western Illinois Universi-
ty. 4. Rob Watters helps a student research college
choices. 5. Joe Monterastelli looks through the infor-
mation available in the guidance center,
At the end of each school year, seniors
find themselves deciding what they are go-
ing to do after high school. Most seniors
choose to go to college.
Students go about choosing colleges in
many different ways. Most students talk to
their counselors before making their deci-
sion. The counseling center provides stu-
dents with financial aid information, bro-
chures, applications, and books from var-
ious colleges. All of these are found in the
resource center in the counseling office.
Cost is another major factor students
face in choosing a college. Community col-
leges can cost up to as much as S1500 a
year. Universities range from S3500 to
S3800 a year. Out-of-state universities cost
as much as S2500 more than in-state uni-
UTHS gives students the opportunity to
visit colleges. Seniors are given five college
days, juniors have three. The college itself
also has a great impact on the students'
Other major factors students consider
before choosing a college are the distance
from home, scholarships, faculty, curricu-
lum, and, of course, the student life.
Troy McCray chose Western because
it's a good distance from home and has a
good Psychology program." David Berge-
vin chose Northeast Missouri State be-
cause 'tit's affordable and has a nice cam-
pus and a good faculty, it also has a strong
math program." Jody Rausch chose Black
Hawk because it's "close to home." Chuck
Bray decided on lowa State because he
"likes their colors."
60 - Seniors
Kelli Ball Laura Beckman David Bergevin Lori Bokros
Andrea Davison Sue Dravis Michele Emmendorfer Aaron Haste
MBU' ANU Penf-'a Dawn Stanlake Niki Stopoulos Julie Taets
bring pride to top 4 percent
Charles Bray Kelly Carey Lori Chanay
Julie Hutchinson Beth Kipp Kathy Knouse
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Roxane Vittori Trish Zmuda
Academics are an important
part of high school. The seniors
honored on these two pages rank
in the upper 4 percent of the sen-
ior class and have shown out-
standing academic accompiish-
ments. These rankings are based
on seven semesters, beginning
with the 1980-81 school year.
Cross Country, Track
Chuck Bfay Brad Burklund Charles Clark
Swimming Football, Wrestling Football, Track
Cross Country, Wrestling, Track
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Beth Kipp Cheryl Krantz Bob Lack
Tennis Volleyball, Basketball, Softball Football, Track
Ron Steffenson Jay Talley Jon Verynden
Swimming Baskelbau Football, Track
Athletics are a major activity in high school. These by their coaches. The criteria for selection included
senior student-athletes were considered outstanding attitude, leadership, performance, and scholarship.
Our pride is showing
Joe Dedaegher Dee Honert Sanchia Horst Jon Jannes
Basketball Tennis Swimming Golf, Basketball
Chris Leibovitz Mark Massa Brian Mohr Susie Ogle
Football. WFGSWHQ Wrestling Cross Country, Track Golf
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Bowling TERMS Volleyball, Basketball Tennis
Because the athletes are chosen in an objective manner, athletes, nor is it necessarily a listing of the best athletes
in no way is this intended to be a listing of all of UT's fine in accordance with the views of the student body.
High school . . .
The sound of those words was so intimidating at one time,
A school full of strange people, teachers, and rooms.
But new experiences aren't always bad.
A familiar face popped up here and there,
And other faces soon became familiar.
Your first football game as a "UT" student, your first dance,
And those tense moments when you wondered if you really could make it
ln high school.
However it happened, it happened!
You became a true part of United Township,
The school became a prominent part of your everyday iife,
A part that will be with you long after high school is done,
The part that remembers you as . . .
Pride in underclassmen
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Classmates are important to officers
What does being a class officer mean to
Jennifer Fuhrer, president: "Being a
class officer means to share with each
classmate ideas and caring about their indi-
vidual opinions. l think it is my responsibil-
ity as we are working together to make
everyone feel they are an important part of
the 1985 class,"
What does it mean to be juniors this year?
Lori Lodico, vice president: "lt is a time
to think about the future and how to suc-
ceed in life. lt is also a time to have fun and
live it up before we graduate!"
What is required of a good class officer?
Pam Torok, treasurer: "There are a lot
of things required in order to be a good
class officer. The most important one is
just going to all the school functions and
supporting our junior class."
How do class officers serve their class?
Yvonne Quinones, secretary: "The pur-
pose for being a class officer is to represent
my junior class, to help out in any way,
and to listen to what my classmates have
Officers of the junior class are Jennifer Fuhrer, presi-
dentg Lori Lodico, vice presidentg Pamela Torok, trea-
surerg and Yvonne Quinones, secretary.
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What does being a class officer mean to
Sandi Harris, president: "Being a class
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serve your class."
What does it mean to be sophomores this
YaLanda Jenkins, vice president:
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campus and also from my point of view, it
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omoresj for help, information about things
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Lynn Harris, treasurer: "l think to be a
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sponsibility, and patience."
How do class officers serve their class?
Carrie Calderon, secretary: "They bring
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suit them all."
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3JTo play pro ball
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Do you feel the campus andfor parking lot should be
cIosed9The answer from the majorlty of students polled came
IH loud and clear NO BIDS' The most common reason was the
need for freedom Students also predlcted that truancy would
Increase lf the campus were to be closed Some students
looked on the practical slde statlng that UT lacked sufflclent
few were negative oplnlons toward the cafeteria food
What opmlons do you ha ve on reasons and effects of teen
age pregnancy and abortion? A large majorlty of underclass
men questioned dld not approve of abortlon Students felt that
lt s necessary to accept the consequences of actions lt was
advlsed that the baby should be kept or put up for adoptlon
not murdered However a surprlslng number of students ac
cepted the ldea of teenage sex They belleved that lt IS an
lndlvldual s personal declslon But the students felt that teen
agers need to know more about sex and glve the matter some
thought before acting Responslblllty IS a must Thus Involves
being careful and supplylng the necessary protectnon Some of
the reasons glven for teenagers sexual llberatlon were peer
pressure a hard llfe feeling alone not enough love and that
guys are trylng to grow up
What opmlons do you ha ve on the upcoming fashions and
fads? Punk rock rs defrnltely what students had rn mlnd when
answering this questlon Most of the questioned students
viewed lt as old and stale Others approved llklng the unique
ness of thls style Some students srmply accepted lt as okay or
with the oprnlon of to each his own Also there were some
Do you feel the dnnkmg andfor drlvmg age should be
ralsed9Of course most students dld not want the drlnklng and
drlvlng ages ralsed at all ln fact many wished for the drlnklng
age to be lowered The most common reasonlng was that
people wlll contlnue to drlnk andfor drlve whether they are old
enough or not Another argument was that students should be
able to handle the responslbllrty Included ID these actlvltles
Other students answered slmply that they want to drlnk and
drive to have fun Others stated that they preferred that these
ages remaln the same Some even felt that ralslng these ages
would be advantageous lt would help some students avold
gettlng unto any trouble with the pollce parents or others
The Skyline staff has reached these conclusions by surveying actual under
classmen at UT The questronnalres were dlstrlbuted randomly ID an attempt
to reach a representative group of UT students
room to accommodate all the Involved people, The reason for a who held no Opinion,
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Freshmen leaders serve their class
What does being a class officer mean to
Tremier Johnson, president: "I think it's
performing the various functions of stu-
dent council effectively and being an effec-
tive communicator of school business to
the students in your school."
What does it mean to be freshmen this
Tannya Anderson, vice president: "lt's
a really new experience because when
you're a freshman you get made fun of a
What is required of a good class officer?
Margie McLernon. treasurer: "To be de-
pendable, honest, hard-working and willing
to cooperate with other officers."
How do class officers serve their class?
Stacy Court, secretary: "They repre-
sent them fthe classj at meetings so every-
one will have a say on what activities they
want to have, freshmen and seniors alike."
This year's class officers are lfrontj Margie McLernon,
treasurerg Stacy Court, secretaryg lbackj Tremier
Johnson, presidentg and Tannya Anderson, vice presi-
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photographer, 2. Alfredo Villarreal enjoys reading
something other than homework.
Even 'though the personalities at UT vary greatly,
There are students who share common interests with others
These people are drawn together to form a unified fellowship,
And this alliance benefits all.
In some cases, the school gains greatly,
While in others, the community profits, too.
Yet all prove advantageous by enriching its members,
Learning and serving by means of work,
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I. This year's NHS members are qrow li David Berge
vin. Nancy Cosgrove, Lori Lodlco, Theresa Shay, Su
san Dravis, Michelle Allensworth, John Sandoval Ju
lie Hutchinson, Kelly Carey, Catherine Hipple, Kath
ryri Knouse, lrow 25 Staci Raffelson, Elizabeth Kipp
Lisa Powell, Carla Duncan Christina Jeter Lori
Chanay, Lori Bokros, Roxane Vittori, Debra Goderis
Chad Vinzant. Qrow 33 Dawn Stanlake, Charles Bray
Tamara Bond. Laura Beckman. Michael Pyevich. Pa
tricia Zmuda, Julie Taets, Steven Terronez, Jamie
Titus, Aaron Hoste, Andrea Davison, Nicole Stopou
los, and Marcia Markle. 2. NHS president Charles
Bray presides over a meeting. 3. Junior Rotarians are
frow lj Stephen Garcia, Charles Bray. lrow 23 David
Malone, Steven Terronez. lrow 3l Mark Massa, John
Sandoval. lrow 45 Dale Hughes, Chad Vinzant, and
Norbert Herrera. 4. Junior Rotarians are David Berge-
vin. Loyd Hubbard, Aaron Hoste, Patrick Bramucci,
Jay Ross, John Sievers, Rick Cervantes, and Ole
Olsen. Missing from photos is Brett Fells. 5. These
NHS members enjoy Christmas caroling at Illini Hos-
pital. 6. Officers for the i983-B4 NHS are flyingj Cath-
erine Hipple, treasurer: Charles Bray, president,
lstandingj Laura Beckman, vice president, and Rox-
ane Vittori, secretary.
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United Township's academic achievers
who are also involved in school and com-
munity activities are recognized through
the National Honor Society.
Students were invited to apply for mem-
bership based on grade point averages.
Then, a faculty committee reviewed each
student on the basis of leadership and ser-
vice qualities. This year 39 sophomores,
juniors, and seniors were granted member-
This year, NHS services included Christ-
mas caroling and tutoring. Also, popcorn
was sold to raise money for the spring
Acting NHS adviser Mr, Gordon Corne-
lius stated, "l have an excellent bunch of
kids to work with which are highly motivat-
ed and are quite involved in their school
and community."Mr. Cornelius was the
substitute for Mr. James Unrath, who was
serving as acting athletic director.
Junior Rotarians is a group of male stu-
dents chosen to represent UT at meetings
of the East Moline Rotary Club. Scholastic
achievers involved in school activities are
eligible for consideration. Mr. Michael Han-
lin, a representative of the athletic depart-
ment, and a faculty member choose two
At the meetings, different types of occu-
pations are discussed. Also, there is a half
hour special segment for community-con-
cerned people. The meetings, usually from
12:15 to 1:30, are often accompanied by
Mr. Hanlin believes that Junior Rotarians
are "a super bunch of young men." He's
very impressed with these students, saying
that they are always ready to do extra
duties at anytime.
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I. Senior representatives are Jamie Titus, Tracy Lof-
gren and Rochelle LeBlanc. tMiddle Rowj Julie Burns,
Pam Bost, Debi Vyncke. Christi Hart, and Beth Kipp.
tBack Rowi John LeFevre, Brad Burklund, Rick Cer-
vantes, Tom Rice and Chris Leibovitz. 2. Junior repre-
sentatives are Lori Lodico, Costella Green. iMiddlei
Nicole Leabo, Jenny Fuhrer, Pam Torok, lBackJ Melo-
die McGinnis, Lisa Daniels and Shelly Oltman. 3.
Jamie Titus stuffs some grapefruits and oranges from
the fruit sale into the trunk. 4. Student Council offi-
cers are Rochelle LeBlanc, secretary, Dee Dee Bur-
ney, treasurer, Tracy Lofgren, vice president, and
Jamie Titus, president. 5. Sophomore representatives
are Carrie Calderon, Yalanda Jenkins, Terri Mayfield
and Jodee Newberry. 1Second Rowj Scott Ronnebeck,
Julie Brewer, Lynn Harris, Kim LeBlanc, and Felicia
Martel. 6. Freshman representatives are Marjorie
McLernon, and Trina Mitchell. lBackJ Kim Stougard,
Stacy Court, Dawn Lee, Binky Johnson, Brant Goer-
ing, and Deanna DeBo.
"Student Council is an organized group
of representatives from each class which
tries to work out fun activities and money-
making projects for our school," stated ju-
nior delegate Julie Mitchell.
"lt's a new and rewarding experience,"
said Costella Green, junior delegate, about
her participation on Student Council. "lt
makes me feel like a part of the school."
The primary goal of this year's Student
Council was to continue payment on the
scoreboard bought by the 81-82 Student
Council for the renovated Soule Bowl. lt
planned to raise the money through a ma-
jor fundraiser of selling grapefruits and ore
Besides the fruit sales, Student Council
also provided more free activities, such as
dances. "I would like to see more students
involved in the school activities," stated
Jamie Titus, Student Council president.
She added, "By having dances, more stu-
dents will come and have a good time."
Student Council also sponsored a blood
drive as a community service and ex-
changed students from other schools for a
day. "The exchanges are very good," said
Mr. Jose Diaz, Student Council adviser. "lt
permits our kids to learn how other schools
operate their student councils."
Senior delegate Beth Kipp stated, "Stu-
dent Council helps you feel like you really
make a difference. l think you enjoy it
more if you get involved."
K. K. WHITLEY
I. Skyline staff members are tfrontj Peggy Haley and
Cindy Cruz. imiddlel Teri Spencer, Rhonda Dewitt,
Pam Getty, Mary Esther Soliz, Alma Davila, Carol
Alejo, Pam Cameron, and Cindy Cronkleton. tba-:ki
Diane Rasmussen, Melissa Cunningham, Laura
Schroeder, Susan Willoughby, Chris Thompson, Ke'
vin Wheeler, Mark Munos, Jeff Kipp, K.K. Whitley,
Beth Kipp, and Staci Raffelson. 2. Roxane Vittori, co-
editor, finds deadline time hectic, 3. Co-editor Beth
Kipp explains a design concept to junior Staci Raffel'
son. 4. Kirk Amador, senior, stares in disbelief as the
coreditors ask him to take yet another picture. 5.
Senior Rhonda Dewitt finds Skyline so exhausting
that she falls asleep sitting up. 6. Juniors K.K. Whit-
ley and Cindy Cruz look through last year's book to
get ideas for their stories. 7. Mrs. Marsha Peterson,
yearbook advisor, helps the new staff members get
aquainted with yearbooking.
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gether was easy, and the 1984 Skyline
staff found out how time-consuming and
difficult it can be.
Co-editors Beth Kipp and Roxane Vittori,
assisted by adviser Marsha Peterson,
worked with a relatively large staff of 25.
These students learned the real mechanics
of putting a yearbook together-conducting
interviews, writing stories, assigning pic-
tures, drawing, layouts, cropping pictures,
and writing and typing captions. Also, the
staff members were involved in ad selling,
proof reading, survey tallying, and index-
A big change to the staff this year was a
move to room Bl25, the old ISS room at
south campus. This relocation meant be-
ing without a phone for the first few
months, which made the staff's'job diffi-
cult at times.
The photography staff did an excellent
job this year. Jeff Kipp, senior, served as
head photographer for the third year. The
position of business manager was filled by
junior Cindy Cruz.
"Skyline's really a lot of fun, but it's also
hard work, and I can't wait 'til someday
when l can handle it," commented Staci
Raffelson, staff member.
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1. Senior Ron Latko, chief photographer, shows soph-
omore Tray Schuldt a few tricks with the camera. 2.
Members of Key are Chris Calderon, Kim Burrell Qbe-
hind Chrisj, Kelly Bradley, Merlin Nelson, Paula Bon-
duelle, Pam Welsh, Arlene Dennis, and ttop rowj Tray
Schuldt, Ron Latko, Ole Olsen, Kevin Smith, David
Pauli, Jeff Radford, and Rhonda Cumberworth. 3.
David Pauli, sports editor, types a story into the com'
puter for Key. 4. Chris Calderon works hard to make
a deadline. 5. Paula Bonduelle, managing editor, and
Keyadviser Mr. James Deal talk about future stories
for the Key.
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Besides a tremendous amount of work in
school, the Key staff also did a lot of work
outside of class, much of which was done
at the Daily Dispatch. "lt's kind of like a
job because you have to get the work done,
and right for good results," stated feature
editor Kimberly Burrell.
Interviewing and writing took place
mostly outside of class, as did the actual
printing, "Without the Daily Dispatch, we
wouldn't have such a great paper," said
Chris Calderon, staff member. Here the sto-
ries were typed into computers, pasted,
and printed. The staff experienced the
work of a real paper.
The "Key Panther" was added to the
sports pages this year. The "Key Panther"
is a regular article featuring "a student
who has performed well in a sport," stated
Ron Latko, chief photographer and writer
of the 'iKey Panther."
Mr. James Deal, the Key adviser may
have appeared a mean man in the old
south campus l.S.S. room seventh hour,
according to Calderon. However, Mr. Deal
donated much time to the success of the
paper. At times, he could be found at the
Daily Dispatch until midnight near a dead-
"I feel the Key says a lot for our school,"
said Paula Bonduelle, managing editor.
"lt's a way of communicating to the stu-
dents and faculty."
K. K. WHITLEY
Key is a
I. l.ettermen's Club members are trow lb Lynette
Vanvooren, Kris Emery, Cheryl Desmet, Latres Wal
ton, Sonya Royal, Rebella Atwater. Tina Clark, Jamie
Titus. Crow 23 John Sandoval, Stacey Smith, Rhonda
Fiebig, Tracey Graham, Lori Bokros, Sanchia Horst,
Marcia Markle. Kellie Sanders. trow 33 Joe Monteras-
telli, Chad Vinzant, Kari Wirtz, Deanna Honert. Patri-
cia Zmuda, Jody Tague, Beth Kipp, Jennifer Fuhrer,
Donald Moore. Crow All John Lefevre, Brett Schaeffer,
Nikki Leabo, Maureen Standaert, Cheryl Krantz, Patty
Kanning, Donna Green. Debra Vyncke. Crow 55 Debra
Waeyaert, Tracy Lofgren, Ken Hignight, Chris Leibo-
vitz, Brad Burklund, Tom Rice, and Jay Talley. 2.
Senior Latres Walton takes a moment to watch the
basketball game while supervising the crowd. 3. Sen-
ior Mary Decker shows enthusiasm for our team as
any Lettermen would. 4. Lettermen's Club officers
were Tom Rice, vice president, Debra Waeyaert, sec-
retary, Jay Talley, president: and Tina Clark, treasur-
2 FW ganizations
Every Friday morning at 7:30, 40 or so
United Township High School students
gathered to discuss and plan upcoming
school events. This organization, Letter-
men's Club, supervised at athletic events
such as basketball, football, and wrestling
The Lettermen's Club also sold buttons,
pon-pons, cushions and bumper stickers to
encourage school spirit. The profit from
these sales supported the athletic curricu-
lum with such things as new mats and
Senior member Tracy Lofgren stated, "I
think it's good for the athletes. Also, it's
good for funds which go to the athletic
department and it doesn't come out of the
Mr. Cliff Talley, l.ettermen's Club advis-
er, put forth a lot of time to help these
students, believing they had also put forth
a lot of time to achieve varsity letters.
Senior Charles Clark said simply, "l
think it's a pretty good organization. l like
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Speech Club had something to offer ev-
eryone. There were actually eleven differ-
ent categories to choose from. For exam-
ple, there was radio speaking, verse read-
ing, drama duets, humorous duets, prose
reading, and much more.
The Speech Club organized the money
making for all the contests that the stu-
dents entered. lt's major money-making
project was operating the coat check room
at basketball games. This year's Speech
Club worked very hard to prepare for the
five contests they entered in addition to the
IHSA contest series.
Miss Paula Petersen, Speech Club in-
structor, said that practice is very neces-
sary. Each member should have practiced
at least twice a week. Some chose to prac-
tice more, some less. Students practiced
according to the events they were in. If the
student was in an individual event, he prac-
ticed individually. lf they were in an event
with more than one person, they practiced
with their partners.
The main purpose of the Speech Club
was preparation for competition. It helped
students gain confidence. They also
worked together like a team.
"lt's lots of fun!" stated Karyn Palos,
Speech Club member.
offers a lot
I. The students participating in the play 'Sweeny
Todd" are Jeff Radford. Julie Whiteside. Mark Hasen-
winkel, Brad Kurtz, Charlotte Braud. Merlin Nelson,
Amy Suess. Patty Jennings, Jim Cox. Kurt Zalewski.
Chris Jeter, Brian Malcolm. Lori Chanay, and Tony
Paul. 2. These cast members are practicing for the
one art 3. The Panther Player officers are lbottoml
Kathy Knouse, David Pauli. Nikki Stopoulos. ltopj
Lori Chanay, Charlotte Braud. 4. The two Panther
Players chosen for the All-State play are Lori Chanay
and Charlotte Braud. 5. These students are enjoying
their after school rehearsal. 6. Members of Panther
Players this year are Crow lj Nikki Stopoulos. Kathy
Knouse. Lori Chanay, Charlotte Braud. David Pauli.
trow 23 Alice Mcilfrnon. Stacy Court. Julie Whiteside,
Lance Winston, lynn Parker. Margie Mcl,ernon. frow
31 Adam Burke, Chris lsais. frow 45 Merlin Nelson,
Tony Paul, Steve Forret, Lisa Powell, Sanchia Horst,
Jeanine Mueller. Jeff Morrow. trow 53 Teri Shay,
Brenda Pobanz. Patty Jennings. Brad Kurtz. Amy
Suess, Tonya Huyten. Greg Martel. lrow 69 Jeff Rad-
ford, Hayden Grooms, Dee Dee Burney, Dawn Wales,
Kevin Smith. Jim Cox. lrow 7i Warren Wassell. and
Panther Players are a group of students
LIT who are active in theater production.
There were 52 members this year in the
ganization advised by Mr. Michael
The students got together in the fall and
performed the musical. Auditions were
held at eight area grade schools and junior
high schools to fill the parts for children.
These schools were then invited to mati-
nee performances with a 50C charge for
admission. Eight Panther Players per-
formed at the IHSA State Competition
arch 24, They presented a one-act play
called "Sweeny Todd." There was also a
Two girls were chosen to be in the All-
State play. Seniors Lori Chanay and Char-
lotte Braud enjoyed this opportunity. Lori
Chanay said, "It was a learning experience
and it was fun!" This was Charlotte
Braud's second year honored.
Junior Kevin Smith commented, "The
Panther Players weren't as radical this
year, but we tried." Amy Suess, junior,
added, "Some people think we're weird but
we really do work hard."
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I. Members of ECHO are Michele Blais, Deann Tal'
bot. Luanne Jacobs, Caprice Nichols, Heather
McKay, Sherri Grimes. Kim Hantz. Lisa Rangel,
Laurna Noteboom. Lisa Stulir and Tammy Weir. 2.
Members of Health Occupations are Cheryl Parvin.
Tammie Whitcanack, Amy Wessel. CROW 25 Jodi Win'
gert, Tina Franks, Angie Belowske. KROW 39 Brad Bal-
lard, Victoria Zywot, Cathy Leighty, Danny Bevel'
heimer, and Jeanne Garham. 3. ECHO members are
qRow lj Lynn Hunsinger, La Shonda Harris. Sue
McEniry, Cindy Layne. lRow 21 Paula Heath, Andrea
Clemmons. Lori Shaffer, Kandye Jett. 4. Members of
Office Occupations are CROW ll Rhonda Holder, Susan
DePaepe, Pam Noel, Kim Ligons, Michelle Haecherl.
Julie May, Krista Hart. lRow 23 Mrs. Helen Stiegel,
Melody C7oss Larresv Foltz, Julie Henriehs, Michele
r.r'crier1dorfer, Lisa Lowder. Susie Ogle, Marilyn Ver-
s' wie, Angela Pewis, Lit-4 Maman, and John Sievers.
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Students involved in Office Occupations
learned the basics for an office or business-
related job, such as: form typing, book-
keeping, proper telephone skills, and the
operation of numerous business machines.
Office Occupations allowed students to
gain on-the-job experience by working in an
office or business part of the day and going
to school the other part.
The students in Office Occupations also
competed in several contests. They took
tests which eabled them to qualify, locally
and on the state level. They had several
fundraising projects to help finance the
competitions. ln this way they received
recognition for their business expertise. Of-
fice Occupations was only open to seniors.
For students who wanted to learn about
a health career, taking ECHO QExtended
Campus Health Occupationsl and HO
QHealth Occupationsj was a good way to do
it. HO was a class in which students re-
ceived in-school training and then were giv-
en a chance to visit several area hospitals
and nursing homes. Mrs. Judy Greer, ad-
viser, accompanied them on their visits.
Students who participated in ECHO
went to school part of the day and worked
in a medically-related job the other part.
They also received in-school training, and
must have taken HO to be enrolled in
ECHO. Both of these classes enabled stu-
dents interested in a health-related occupa-
tions to gain first hand experienc in the
study of medicine.
1. Members of D.E. are fRow lj Mary Masias, Jeanene
Lewis, Carrie Williams, Jana Pettyjohn, Cheryl Winth-
urst, Monica Jackson, Angela Leftwich. CROW 25
Mellisa Harrington, Timothy Seago, Anthony Munos,
Charles Hayden, Shawn Mitchell, Micheal Dierkes,
Mike Peterson, Jeffrey Larson. Rich Malone. 2. Mem-
bers of HERO are lRow lb Lisa Brown, Robin Under'
wood, Jill Liggett, Nellie Prado. lRow 25 Karla Mi-
chaels, David Rose, David Garcia, Roger Winchester,
Jodie Smith, lRow 3j.1oann Heald, Kathy Hernandez,
Mary Lucas, Dan Klouser, Tina Carr, Clara Rhodes,
Brenda Lucas, Nancy Moritz. Melissa Davis, Brett
Fells. Eric Weighall, and Alfie Bivens. 3. Members of
HERO are lRow lj Tim Satterly. Scott McDaniel. Da'
vid Rose. Kris McCabe, Donna lnce, Rhonda Nord.
lRow 23 Penny Heydeman. Jina Mitton, Pauline Ter'
ronez. Jim Collins, Lisa Nye, Amy Wolf. Steve Thru-
man, Michele Mayhugh, Doug Lee-dom, Cheryl Bur-
ton. 4. Members of D.O. are fRow lj Chris Ward,
Kevin Kahley. David Munos, Anthony Alexander,
Troy Schutt. tRow 25 Jesse Adams, Casey Sheffler,
Lynette Vanvooren. Elizabeth Anton. Cindy Dicken-
son, Jeffery Voorhis, David Hunt. Latres Walton. Irene
Anderson. Richard Brown. 5. Rifle Club Members are
Cfrontj Pete McBruney. Bret Martin. Kerry Fisher.
lbackj Brian Nelson. Kevin Hood. and Mike DeMay.
The Rifle Club looked impressive this
year. More than 25 percent of this club was
female. These girls constituted some of the
better shooters. There were 13 returning
students, all generally good shots. LlT's
Rifle Club competes with approximately
14 other schools. Scores are sent to Spring-
field for the competitions.
There may be no future for the Rifle
Club due to the school board's decision to
withdraw funds from the club. All the
shooters worked to preserve the Club for
this year. Mr. Robert Zesiger, Rifle Club
sponsor, has put 36 years into the club and
doesn't want to see the end.
Diversified Education and Distributive
Occupations were two classes in which
students learned about business and sales.
They learned how the business world actu-
ally works. The students in DE studied the
many ways to get involved in business and
how to make it work. They received class-
room instruction only.
A portion of the DO students' day was
spent in school and the other holding jobs
of various kinds. This allowed them to get
hands-on experience and get the feel of
what being a member of the business com-
munity is like. By being in these classes,
students are prepared for their life as an
i To amuse, to divert, tio interest,
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AtiflT we doithoSe things in so many ways,
Actors, singers, dancers, musicians,
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Enjoyment, satisfaction, and pleasure . . .
Pride in entertainment
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is a success
The musical this year at UT was
'tThe Music Man" by Merideth Wil-
son. lt was performed in the South
Campus auditorium November i6-
"The Music Man" was centered
around con artist Harold Hill, por-
trayed by a convincing Tony Paul,
sophomore. Hill tried to sell musical
instruments to the parents of River
City, telling them he would teach
their children to be a band. When
they paid, he intended to skip town
with the money. His plan was foiled
when he fell in love with innocent
Marian Paroo, the librarian, por-
trayed by senior Lori Chanay.
Marian finally realized she loved
him, but by then it was too late be-
cause another salesman came to
town and told the townspeople that
Mr. Hill was a crook. Harold tried to
run, but then decided he must stay.
ln the finale the children assembled
as a marching band, directed by Mr.
Hill. Senior Niki Stopoulos, portray- '
ing Mrs. Paroo, and the schoolboard
octet added to the lighthearted air of
The actors worked 2Vz hours, five
days a week for three months to get
the play to show quality. They had
help from many people, the props
crew, the makeup crew, the Quad-
City Music Guild Costume Shoppe,
Mrs. Martha Taylor, the choreo-
grapher, and Mr. Michael Schmidt,
director. Members of Jazz Band pro-
vided the orchestration.
Lori Chanay, senior, summed up
the general feeling of the play by say-
ing, f"The Music Man" will always
remain a wonderful memory of the
hard work and fun we had." l l i
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I. Mayor Shinn, portrayed by Merlin Nelson. senior.
spies the Wells Fargo wagon 2. Senior Charlotte
Braud helps a younger Cast member get ready for the
snow. 3. Senior Dawn Wales works the sound board.
4. Harold Hill, played by sophomore Tony Paul.
strikes up the band. 5, Mrs. Paroo. Niki Stopoulos
lectures Marian, Lori Chanay, on the value ofa good
husband. 6. Library antics.
Traveling Salesmen: Lance Winston, Brian
Malcolm, Steve Forret, Tom Ketelaar
Charlie Cowell: Jim Cox
Conductor' Jeff Morrow
Harold Hlll Tony Paul
Mayor Shlnn Merlln Nelson
Barbershop Octet Charlotte Braud Jeff
Radford Amy Suess Bull Clark Tonya
Huyten Greg Martel Jeanine Mueller
Marcellus Wahshburn Davtd Paull
Tomrry Djulas Kurt Zalewkskl
Marian Paroo Lon Chanay
Mrs Paroo Nlkl Stopoulos
Eulalle MacKencknle Shlnn Julle Whlteslde
Zanneeta Shlnn Dee Dee Burney
Mrs Squire Chris lsals
Maud Lrsa Powell
Ethel Brenda Pobanz
Alma Becky Aguirre
Gracie Rebecca Lee
Amaryllis Ann Suess tNov 175 Katle
Wllltams CNov 181
Winthrop Paroo Marc Gremer tlxlov 171
Jason Tlpsword QNOV 181
Constable Herman Locke KGVID Smlth
Townspeople Lance Winston Brian
Malcolm Margle McLernon Lynn Parker
Adam Burke Marcla Talbot Steve Forret
Chrls Ketelaar Danielle Thorstenson
Teenagers Chlovember 175 Cathy Lowry
Abby Burke Linda Knouse Crystal
Collins Alex Paul Mark Sturn
Clxlovember 183 Karla King Julte Tyler
Kathy Truelsen Beth Cornelius Steven
Green Tum Tumbrook
Townschlldren tlblovember 17lJenn1fer
Power Stacl Smnth Jennrfer Brown
Krlstln Chanay Tami Turf lblovember 183
Ann Taylor Matt De Smyter Steph
Poltos Carla Van Houten Angela Keemle
Clarinet Tracy Guthrle Katia Herbst
Baritone Lynn Parker
Coronet Mike Grassy
Drums Brlan Burney
Trumpet Jlm Brodbent
Flute De De Hlnton Myrrha Guzman Sue
Dlrector M1chaelC Schmldt
Assistant Dlrector Patty Jennlngs
2nd Assistant Director John Shellhouse
Muslcal Director Mallle Wllllams
Technlcal Dtrector Robert Hanske
Stage Manager Theresa Shay
Choreographer Martha Taylor
Publlclty Patty Jennings Charlotte Braud
Lorl Chanay Kathy Knouse Nlkl
Stopoulos David B Paull
Lighting Dlrector Mark Hasenwlnkel
Llghtlng Crew David Jones Brad Kurtz
Sound Dawn Wales
Propertles Linda Ales
Costumes Mellssa Lee
Makeup Amy Suess
Stage Crew Chrus Thompson Sanchla
Horst Carol Alejo Pam Cameron Steve
Larson Wendy Ktzer Duane VanDeWalle
Brad Demeurnsse Mike Davlson Valerle
Scully Kathy Knouse Julle Taets Pete
McBurney Kelly Carey
ORCHESTRA Cathy Hlpple Dawn Whitney
Sue Dravls Laura Beckman Mary
Moreno Sonya Royal Kerry Flsher
Robert Parker Scott Downen Juan
Jlmenez Michelle Allensworth Carrle
Tworek Davld Bergevln Roger Akers
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1.Winthrop, Jason Tipsword, breaks into a song, 2.
The barbershop octet go off on a singing tangent. 3.
Harold Hill and Marian Paroo lTony Paul and Lori
Chanayi share a tender moment on the footbridge. 4.
Director Michael Schmidt gives Theresa Shay, stage
manager, some last minute instructions. 5. Cast, crew
and orchestra of "The Music Man" take a break from
their busy practice schedule.
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to the beat
This year Orchesis was a group of I
approximately 16 dancers who got
together to enjoy themselves and en-
tertain others. Junior Kim Kanke f
said, "My favorite thing about Orche-
sis is dancing at half-time during the
This was a year of changes for the
program that has been at United
Township for the past 16 years.
Freshmen and sophomores were also
allowed to join what was previously
open to juniors and seniors only. I
Also, Orchesis was changed from a
class to an extracurricular activity.
According to Naidine D'Angelo,
who has instructed the group for the
last 14 years, the time change was
both good and bad. After school jobs
interfered with practices, as did after I
school sports. But, it benefited them
in practice time which was increased
to one and a half hours and gave
them more time to work.
Orchesis performed at three bas-
ketball games this year. They also
danced at the Blackhawk Hotel and I
put on a Spring Show. The students
put on area clinics and gave a benefit
show at John Deere Junior High I
School for Cerebral Palsy. The
dances were done to contemporary
music chosen by the students.
Dancers sold sausages, cheeses,
and various other items to raise mon- '
ey. They also made a profit on their
1, Senior Becky Aguirre strikes a pose during pracf
tice, 2. Sammy Stopoulos dances at a basketball
game. 3. Students and alumni perform at half time to
"Beat lt." 4. Orchesis members are lrow lj Stephanie
Lamb, Steffany Clark, Becky Aguirre. Lesa Gonzalez,
Sam Stopoulos, Julie Skaggs, David Wasson, Denise
Pallock, Rochelle LeBlanc, and Lori Deppe, 5. Two
"gang members" fight it out in the gym. 6. These
dancers are sizing up their opponents. 7. An orchesis
member warms up before a practice.
in spring play
The Panther Players put on "A
School of Wives" this spring as their
final producation. The pIay's main
characters were played by Greg Mar-
tel, Sanchia Horst, and Kevin Smith.
In the play Arnolphe was a 42-year-
old man with his own ideas about
wives and how they should act, He
felt the only way to get a good wife
was to "raise" one. Arnolphe picked
four-year-old Agnes as his future
wife. He had her raised in a convent
to be extremely simple-minded. Hor-
ace, the son of Arnolphe's long-time
friend, met and fell in love with Ag-
nes. The problem was resolved when
Horace's father and Agnes's father
returned home from a trip and were
thrilled at the idea of their children
marrying. Arnolphe was shown to be
the fool he accused everyone else of
one else of being.
The play was shown once to the
students and once for the public.
"School for Wives" was directed by
Robert Hanske, who was assisted by
Greg Martel, junior, played the
part of Arnolphe. He said, "I really
enjoy pretending to be someone I'm
not. I think you can learn something
about other people by pretending.
Also, doing a play is a great excuse
for meeting people and missing
School For Wives
Chrysalde - David Scott
Arnolphe - Greg Martel
Alaine - Tonya Huyten V
Georgette - Telisa Turnipseed
Agness - Sanchia Horst
Horace - Kevin Smith
Notary - Kathy Knouse
Enrigque - Jeff Morrow
Orante - Brian Burney
Nurse - Stacy Court
Mime Show - Diane VanDeWalIe, Lance
Winston, Valerie Scully
Assistant Director - Niki Stopoulos
1. Sophomore Tonya Huyten and junior Greg Martel
look pleased after beating up Kevin Smith, 2. Greg
Martel pleads with Sanchia Horst, 3. Members of the
cast of the Spring Play are Crow ll Greg Martel, San'
chia Horst, Kevin Smith. trow 23 Tonya Huyten, Jeff
Morrow, Stacy Court. lrow 35 David Scott, Kathy
Knouse. Lance Winston and Valerie Scully. 4. Robert
Hanske. directs the play with help from Niki Stopou'
los, 5. Kevin Smith tries his charms on Valerie Scully.
6, Tonya Huyten gets upset.
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The 1983-84 Concert Choir had a
successful year through a lot of hard
work and learning.
The Concert Choir started the year
off by traveling in small groups giv-
ing concerts at various locations,
such as the Greek Orthodox Church,
Razz'Ma-Tazz, Butterworth Center.
and the Rotary Club. They visited six
grade schools in the spring and gave
three concerts throughout the year.
Despite the hard work, many choir
members still felt that the rewards
justified their work.
Alice McLernon, junior member of
the concert choir, stated, "Singing in
our choir is a great experience be-
cause l've learned a lot about music.
lt's fun to hear all of the voices of
different people when they mix to-
gether. The better we get, the more
fun it is, and then the more pride
people have in it."
Five students made the lllinois All-
state choir. These students were Da-
vid Pauli, Niki Stopoulos, Charlotte
Braud. Becca Nlehaffy, and Jeff
Voorhis. They spent three days in
Springfield and performed in front of
an audience of 15 to 16,000 people.
The Sophomore Chorale also had a
busy year, they performed a winter
concert with the Concert Choir. They
also performed a pop rock concert in
March, and a classical concert in the
spring. The final activity the chorale
was involved in was singing at gradu-
The freshman choirs also had a
busy year full of preparation for up-
I. Senior Charlotte Braud carols in the hall with the
Concert Choir 2, Concert Choir members named to
the Illinois Allstate choir are Charlotte Braud. Jeff
Voorhis. Becta Mehaffy, Niki Stopoulos, and David
40 - Entertainment
I. Concert Choir members for the 1983-84 school
year are as follows, fFront Rowl Shelly Gibbon, Kathy
Knouse, Kellie Sanders, Larry Seago, George Kotro'
giannis, Charlotte Braud, Rhonda Taylor, Deann Tal-
bot, Jeanette Sparrow, Cindi Palmersheim, Jody
Rausch, and Kris Hunt. CSecond Rowj Julie Whiteside.
Alice McLernon, Nancy Cosgrove, Yvonne Quinones,
Jeff Voorhis, Kevin Smith, Dana Hines, Brian Reed,
Denise Pallock, Angela Henderson, Becca Mehaffy,
Lisa Ellis, Ronda O'Neil, and Kelly Morris, fThird Rowi
Penny Schoch, Rochelle LeBlanc, Francie Wiegel,
Niki Stopoulos, Todd Camp, David B. Pauli Ill, Marcia
Markle, Terry Howat, Todd Dennhardt, Chris De'
Jaegher, Gary Cooper, Richard Rea. Paul Schafer.
Jarrod Miller, Lori Chanay, and Kathy Frendt. CFourth
Rowi Chris Ketelaar, Lesa Gonzales, Dee Honert, Bets
sy Dalton, Leevon Harris, Sean Cook, Dean Hunt.
James Davis, Mark Hasenwinkel, Brad Kurtz, Bill
Clark, Eric Bartsch, John Hoepfner, Jeff Radford,
Kim Bates, Tammy Dunlap, and Luann Jacobs. Ab-
sent from the picture were Becky Aguirre, Kelly
Carey, Trent Durham, Julie Taets, John Shellhouse,
and Amy Suess. 2. Mr. Dyer instructs his concert
choir to ready them for an upcoming concert. 3.
Junior Brad Kurtz and senior Bill Clark concentrate
on the music they are singing. 4. Every year the
concert choir goes Christmas caroling in the halls.
I. Freshmen, Lisa Trujillo, Penny Jacques, Stacy
Court, and Christy Pogue, put all their effort into the
song they're singing. 2. Sophomore Lance Winston
concentrates on his music. 3. Jerome Praught, Art
Anderson, and Willis Clayton sing in preparation for
their next concert.
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1. Members of this year's Sophomore Chorale areg
tfront rowj Maria Montez, James Madison, Doug Hart,
Tony Paul, Tena Bjork, Delfina Saucedo, Tassandra
Preslar, Yalanda Jenkins, Staci Muller, and Chris
lsais. tsecond rowl Beatrice Ramos, Peggy Haley, Tri-
sha Garza, Dennis Allensworth, Dan McMahon, Dar-
ren Hines, Sam Gardener, Keith Wills, Mike Thomp-
son, Matt Boarts, Theresa Perkins, Daniel Thorsten-
son, Becky Lee, and Angela Patterson. Qthird rowiDe-
borah Traylor, Andrea Gomez, Lisa Schreiner, Shelley
Deering, Lance Winston, John Clark, Danny Land,
Steve Bert, Jason Miller, Chris Higgins, Lisa Gorishek,
Kelly Wheatley, Kim LeBlanc, and Kerri Kusy. ifourth
rowj Stacie Waite, Tonya Huyten, Pamela Jacobs,
Nancy Riddle, William Jones, Steven Forret, Tom
Ketelaar, David Hoepfner, Toby Wiersema, Art Ander-
son, Jerome Praught, Willis Clayton, Julie Narhgang,
Jennifer Tallman, Marilee Hacker, and Jennifer
James. 2. This years Soprano-Alto Freshman Choir
consists of tfront rowj Bee Yang, Danielle Cropp,
Tammy Meyer, Louise Johnson, Karen Berry, Kim
Burgess, Kris Schroeder, Margie McLernon, Robin El
lis, Norma Rodriguez, and Edna Pena. fsecond rowj
Lori Smith, Lisa Trujillo, Dawn Dodds, Debbie Keith,
Traci Laird, Michelle Ballard, Mellisa Manwaring, Kim
Stougard, Alona Reed, Pam Tallman, Krystal Danner,
and Deanna DeBo. Cthird rowi Julie Sansale, Stacy
Court, Maria Segura, Dawn Apperson, Norma Wil'
liams, Renee Eklof, Janna Miller, Debbie Ely, Kris
Watson, Joan Pittman, Valerie Scully, and Amy Hen-
derson. tfourth rowb Lori VanDaele, Tannya Ander-
son, Tracey Stufflebeam, Christy Pogue, Tina Pollen-
tier, Amy Hanson, Tiffany Scott, Melissa Brown, Jane
Morehouse, Nancy Paskvan, Marcia Talbot, Jennifer
Barnes, Tricia Alexander, and Gloria Gonzalez. 3.
These freshmen choir members seem to enjoy partici-
pating in the choir program during their first year at
UT, 4. The Freshman Tenor-Bass Choir includes
tfront rowb Rick Sides, Jayne Draper, William Stout
gard, Michael McMahon, Adam Conn, Darrell Dunlop,
Esmael Rea, Gabe Ochoa, David Hernandez, Craig
Engholm, Billy Wilson, and Tim Thomas. isecond
rowj Bryan Davis, Bryan Stone, Terry Toliver. Van
Flowers, Mark DeCoster, Salvador Sandoval, Rodrigo
Tapia, Marty Sanders, Manuel Gonzales, Roy Lee, and
Corey Bursey. lthird rowi Larry Newberry, Donald
Boggs, Gary Mundt, James Argeros, Jeff Schur'
vinski, Mike Wilson, Stacy Nichols, Brad Goering,
Shane Stilwell, Craig Crawford, and Brian Gonzales.
The 1983-84 United Township
High School Band, under the direc-
tion of Mallie Williams, was busy this
year. They played at all the home
football and basketball games. Their
agenda also included some parades,
a spring concert and a trip to the
State Music Contest.
Dawn White, junior, stated, "Band
is a good experience. You have to
learn how to discipline yourself or
you won't make it." Carrie Tworek,
junior, added, "Being in band makes
you feel proud to be a Panther."
Another extension of the band,
known as the Jazz Band, was very
active this year too. Jazz Band was a
class of selected juniors and seniors
who play a different variety of music.
Most of the members in Jazz Band
were a part of Concert Band.
Cathy Hipple, senior, said that she
played in both bands because, "It's a
challenge to play two instruments in
high school. I play the tenor sax and
the flute." Senior Laura Beckman ad-
ded, "Playing in both bands made a
well-rounded player out of me be-
cause l was exposed to different
types of music."
As a separate, yet vital part of the
LITHS band program, entering fresh-
men were offered the courses Band I
and Band II. Band I was for students
who had never played a musical in-
strument. They were taught the fun-
damental skills of becoming a good
player. Band Il was offered to those
students who already had playing ex-
perience, but needed further instruc-
tion. These freshmen bands are im-
portant because they are the building
blocks of the future LITHS Bands.
I. Sophomores, Ivan Beckman and Jeff Medley
play in the band at a home basketball game, 2. Senior
Laura Beckman, junior Mark Hasenwinkel, and sopho
more Becky Fillmer march in the Homecoming pa
I. Members of the LITHS i983 Concert Marching
Band are 1Row 13 Cindy Sparks, Cathy Loose, Dawn
White, Lisa Stulir, Leslie Stephenson, Jeanine
Mueller. Dawn Whitney, Andrea Davison, Karyn Pa-
los, Nancy Perkins. Cathy Hipple.1Row 23 Beth Berge-
vin. Jung Myung. Jan Thomas. Michelle Polios. Lisa
Mixer. Karen Hamerly. Chris Corbin. Ann Bebensee,
Paula Lubbe. Julie Paxson, Cheryl Winthurst. Kim
Miner. Connie McGee, Rebella Awtater. Sue Dravis.
lRow 33 Tracey Mayfield. Sheryl Dickinson, Norine
Terrell, Jeff Stolbom. Stefanie Hill, Melissa Llzzell,
Tammy Jones. David Scott, Kris Caldwell. Cindy
Webster. Jackie White. Max Guzman. Ron Taets.
Greg Martel. Georgette Johnson, Deanna DeRoo.
Becky Guinn. lRow 43 David Bergevin. Lupe Correa.
Eric Berry. Kerry Fisher. Juan Jimenez. Vicki Austin.
Scott Downen, Paul Cummings, John Adams. Roger
Erwin. Craig Haigh, Joel DeGraeve, Steve lmmesote,
Amy Hufford, Piper Davis, Joe Richards, Bob Ochoa.
Sonya Royal, Paul Raischel, Mary Moreno, Laura
Beckman. qRow 53 Kim Kanke. Sherry Johnson. Bren'
da Pobanz, Theresa Mitchell, Robert Parker. Dean
Duncan, Sandy Harris. Juan Jimenez, Tom Clemens.
Pat Spencer. Ronald Gardner. Mark Hasenwinkel.
Ralph Jackson. Bill Revels. Leonard Walsh. Chuck
Brodbent, Brad Johnson. Jeff Medley. Ivan Beckman.
Tim Haar. Carrie Tworek, Brian Malcolm. Michelle
Allensworth, Kathy Frendt. Fay Scott. fRow 63 Shear-
rie Houston. Denise Lambert, Terri Slutts, Susan
Bordner, Jim Perry. Mike Kushmer. Hayden Grooms.
Mike Beedlow, George Arvantis. Steve Mann. Brad
Mundt. John Ramon. David DeDecker. Garritt Dun'
can. Todd Noack. Paul Sturm, June Hock. Kellie Gil-
son. Eric Behymer. Bob Medley, Robin Harris. Billie
Anderson. Kathy Green. 2. Members of the Jazz Band
are CROW l3 Brenda Pobanz, Greg Martel. Cathy Hip-
ple, Laura Beckman, Mary Moreno. Sonya Royal,
Dawn Whitney, Sue Dravis. fRow 23 Greg Rangel,
Carrie Tworek, Brad Johnson, Michelle Allensworth
CRow 73 Steve Mann, Robert Parke,r Scott Downen,
Juan Jimenez. and Kerry Fisher.
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1. Members of Freshman Band ll are LRow ll Linda
Schroeder, Tracy Guthrie, Wendy Kohn, Sharon
Greene, Lynne Swanson, Myrrha Guzman lRow Zi
Katia Herbst, Daid Sarabachia, Ann Hasenwinkel,
Mark Davison, Stacey Henry, Laura Larson, Rhonda
Wilkens, Ed Cox. 1Row 35 Scott Tworek, Sean Hud-
gens, Mike Grasz, Jeff Penfold, James Brodbent,
Daryl Werner, Steve Faramelli. Nancy Wara, Dan Ha'
senwinkel. CROW 43 Sue Kryzanek, Lynn Parker, Brian
Burney, Mike Allison, Walker Wilson, Trina Mitchell,
Beth Stotts. 2. The Band has fun at the games. 3.
Senior Eric Behymer, junior Kellie Gilson, and sopho-
more Paul Sturmtake a break while marching. 4.
Freshman Band I members are 1Row lj Sue Skalla,
Kendra Jenkins, Tammy Lawyer, Rhonda Sanders,
Shawna Williams, Chris Jackson, Lora Beedlow. iRow
27 Victor Jimenez. Mike Satre, Beth Testa, Jean
ine Holden, Luz Moreno, Scot Hawotte. lRow 33 Joan
Cosgrove, Mike Harrum, Angie Soliz, Joe Testa, Joe
Schatteman, Rodger Robertson, Jodi Smith. lRow 43
Jeff Clark, Dennis Caviola, Terry Mayfield, Brian Wil
liams, Lonnie Dickie. 5. The band sparks life into the
crowd at a game. 6. Junior Scott Downen plays the
trumpet during the basketball season. 7. Junior Rob-
ert Parker plays the french horn.
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Our faculty is an important part of the school.
lt's always hard to keep in mind,
That the staff is here solely for the student's benefit,
To provide an education in a variety of ways,
Whether it be a lecture or giving personal advice,
The faculty is there to assist,
ln life as well as the classroom,
Providing the knowledge we complain about now,
And will be thankful for later
Pride in faculty
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Eleanor Allen Typing I S Ilg Office procedures
Jill Anderson Typing lg Recordkeepingg football
Kathleen Anderson Reading: English I 8 ll
Marian Austin Librarian
Ruth Bartleson Guidance counselor
Deborah Baskin LD English lllg LD Ll.S. Historyg LD
Edward Belan American studiesg English department
David Berg EMH Pre. Vocational lg Work Program llg
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Gary Block Vocational Welding I S ll
John Bollaert Survey scienceg General science
Cynthia Burke Modern European history: World
Richard Carnes Introduction to data processingg
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Delbert Carr General Shopg Electricity lg Vocational
Donald Catton Electricity lg Vocational electricity
Elane Catton Far East historyg World studies
Janet Corsaro LD Math llg LD English lVg LD LIS.
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Roger Damhorst Middle East historyg boys golf
Linda Davidson LD Science: LD English lg
Donald Davis World history: Latin American history
James Deal English I 8 llg Key adviser
Arthur DeGrande English llg Latin I S llg assistant
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Michele DeGrauwe World history: LIS, History
Michael Dergo Physical Education I S llg girls'
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Charles DeTaeye Physical Education ll
Joseph Dhondt Physical Education Ill 8 IV
Jose Diaz Latin American historyg student council
adviserg freshmen track coach
Mary Lou Dishinger English ll
Carol Duffy Librarian
James Duncan Driver educationg Driver education
Donald Dyer Sophomore choraleg Sophomore alto
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Edward Dymek English IV
Loryann Eis Geometryg Math department chairman
John Engel Home maintenanceg Vocational Auto
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Daphne Frane Home furnishingsq Independent livingg
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JBVTICS Hall General scienceg Earth scienceg Survey
Sandra Hall Spanish I 8 llg English I
Bert Hanlin Healthg Driver education
Patricia Hanlin Chapter I
Robert Hanske English I 8 Ilg World studies
Richard Hughes General shop metals: Metals I
Irma Jones Orientation to home economicsg
Parenting: Consumer education: Foods ll: Home
Economics department chairman
Sharon Jorandby Child Care lg Clothing I 8 II
Kathryn Keeley English lllg Western civilization
Amanda Keller Spanish II. III E3 IV: Spanish National
Honor Society Sponsor
Jack Kettering Vocational Auto Body I S II
Carl Killam Introduction to data processing:
Accounting ll: Business department chairman: Ticket
Harold Knox Graphic Arts lg Vocational Graphic Arts
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Claude Kramer General mathg Algebra I
Pamela Kramer Librariang Library chairperson
Charles Krause Guidance department chairman
Laura Lambert LD English: Speech Therapy: LD
Scienceg sophomorefvarsity basketball cheerleading
Jeri Laud Physical Education Il: girls golf coach
Richard Lee General science: Biology
James Lemmon Physical Education Ig Driver
Thomas Lonergan Vocational coordinator
Mildred Longbons Accounting I: Recordkeeping
Jody Longman English III
James Loula English I
Craig Manwaring U.S. historyg American studies
David Marr Physical Education I
Patricia Marr Guidance counselor
Elaine Matthews LD English ll: LD World history
Judith McDonald English lllg Creative writing
Claire McKinzie English I: Speech I
Jay Mercer Physical Education ll
Mary Jane Nelson Vocational child care: Independent
livingg Foods lllg junior class sponsor
Merlin Nelson Guidance counselor
Willie Newenham Foods I 6 Ilg Adaptive Foods I S Ilg
Orientation to home economics
Ida Nitz Physical Education I S Il
Antoinette O'Connor English IV
Carol Olesen U.S. history
Eldon Partridge Physical Education lll S IV
Warren Pennington Vocational Building Trades I 8 Il
Edward Peterhoff Ll.S. historyg Social Studies
Paula Petersen English lllg Speech club adviser
Marsha Peterson English lll 6 IVQ Skyline adviserg
Gary Phillips Chemistryg assistant track coachg boys
cross country coach
Nancy Polios English l S Ilg sophomore class
Ruth Potter All about moneyg Introduction to
business: Typing I
Gary Pregracke Vocational Drafting I 8 llg assistant
ski club sponsor
Ronald Pustelnik Healthy wrestlerette sponsor
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Steve Pyevich Basic math: Algebra
Charles Rainey Vocational Auto Mechanics I 6 ll
Richard Ramirez EMH English I. ll, Ill, 8 IV: EMH
World history: U.S. government and history
Herbert Ritter US. history: Sociology
Elaine Ruberg Physical Education Ill S IV
Larry Ruggles Algebra I: General math
Michael Russell LD Math: EMH Math I 8 ll
Ronald Ryerson C.l.S. history
Jerome Samolitis Guidance counselor
James Sanders Physical Education lll E, lV1 varsity
football coach: assistant varsity baseball coach
David Schmidt Power mechanics: Vocational
Machine Shop I S ll
Michael Schmidt LIS. history: World history: Panther
Players sponsor: Director of musical and contest play
Fredrick Segura LD Science: EMH Science: assistant
sophomore football coach: assistant varsity track
Charles Slentz LIS. government
James Small Ceramics: Drawing: Art I
James Smith French I S ll: Spanish I: Foreign
Language department chairman: assistant varsity
football coach: freshmen wrestling coach
Dennis Steinmetz Survey science: General science:
Biology: girls cross country coach: assistant girls track
Helen Stiegel Typing I: Vocational office occupations
Douglas Strand Introduction to business: All about
money: junior class sponsor
Karin Sturm English I E3 ll
Roger Sturm Woodworking I: Cabinet making:
Industrial Arts department chairman
Darcene Sutton English I 6 ll
Cliff Talley Physical Education lll S IV: boys varsity
basketball coach: Lettermen's Club adviser
Janice Truelsen Vocational Hero l S ll
Les Truelsen Biology
Theodore Tyler Physicsg Basic science
Susan Clranich Physical Education l B llg All about
moneyg wrestling cheerleading coach
Gabriel Verstraete Cabinet makingg General shop
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Linda Wadsager Physical Education lll 8 lVg girls
Gary Wagle Ll.S. governmentg Western civilization
Robert Watters Guidance counselor
Max Wessel Algebra lll S lVg College mathg
Richard Wessel Biologyg Science department
James Wesselmann General scienceg Survey scienceg
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Judith White English lll S lVg senior class sponsor
Mallie Williams Concertfmarching bandg Jazz labg
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Fred Woller Algebra lllg Geometryg Consumer math
Perrine Woller Chapter l
Robert Zesiger Foundry
Albert Zimmerman Physical Education Ill 8 lVg
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rowj Nancry Lorimer, Dawn Blake, Michelle Miller.
Susanna Ochoa tmlddle rowi Julie Skaggs. Penny
SChoch.KimbeHy BuHeHlbackrowlVaWrw Kener
ing and Juhe Betcher 2.South Canwpus anendance
and general office secretaries are Gwen Scott, Alice
Paasch. Alice Kipp. and lsittingl Qeorgiann Archibald.
3. Beverlee Nelson and Barbara Hansen are the guid'
ance secretaries at south campus. 4. Attendance and
general ofhce helpers at south canwpus are Uronn
Karla Michaels. Karyn Palos. Cindy Stevens. Debra
Viner. Tina Spencer, Cheryl Winthurst, Jeffery Voor-
his. lbacki Julie Skaggs. Jo Ann Heald, Kathy Green,
Julie Popp. Christina Wilson, Charlotte Curnberworth.
Patricia Jennings, Amy Suess, Susan McEniry. Paula
Batye. Julie Paxson, Pamela Johnson, Dianne Erick'
son. At'endanCe secretary Gwen Sc ott and Mary
I. North campus general office workers are Bradley
Cameron, Gina Ghys, Corrie Skiles, Shawn Wales,
Dawnya Carmichael. Qbackj Julie Schierer and Phillip
Houseman. 2. Chris Terry is the guidance secretary
at north campus. 3. Guidance center workers at north
campus are fstandingj Tassandra Preslar, Christine
Verstraete, Steve Paytash, Barbara Young. Csittingj
Melissa Manwaring and Susan Sarnolitis.
1. Judy Hetzel and Linda Schneider are the general
office secretaries at north campus. 2. North campus
attendance office secretaries are Ruth Vandewiele
and Alice Kerckhove. 3. North campus attendance
office workers are Cfront rowl Stephenie Biomberg,
Katherin Spoerl, Tina Mosher, Jodi Smith. fmiddle
rowj Lisa Aukeei Amy Goebel. Lisa O'Brien, Lori
Smith. Qback rowl Lorrie Verhaeghe, Kimberly Wheat-
ley, Caroline DeJaegher, Bethany Cernetisch, Brenda
Suggs. Susan Davison, Anita Michalek, and Sally
60 - Faculty
1. South campus cafeteria workers are Jacquelyn
Beale, Cruz Cervantes, Marjory Verstraete and Norma
Dunbar. 2. Marjorie Kline is the audio-visual aide at
south Campus, 3, Glenda Meyers is the south campus
nurse. 4. Library aides at south campus are June
Roman. Verna Edwards, and Rosemary Griffee. 5,
South campus hall monitors are Mary Vroman and
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Marlene Mohrg Lorraine Williams is the audiovisual
aide at north campus. 2. The cafeteria workers at
north campus are ffrontl Sally Burgess, Diana Hou-
sholder. lbackl Sharon Larnantia, Marian Mickle, and
Mary Mattson. 3. Patricia Freiburg is the north came
pus nurse. 4. Mary Jane VanBelle and Janet Ronne-
beck are north campus hall monitors.
62 - Faculty
1. U.T.'s busdrivers are tsittingj Janice Newton, Ja-
nice Severtsgaard, Sharon Anderson, Sandra Rice,
James Fortune. lstandingj Donald Donaldson, Rodney
Whiteside, Elmer Buker, Betty Butzer, Marguerite
Landuyt. Mary Sue Deelsnyder. Jorita Caldwell and
Cheryl Webb. 2. Larry Llrich keeps busy as a data
processing programmer. 3. George Rankin is Ll.T.'s
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ing programmer. 2. The Area Vocational Center secre-
taries are Sandra Smolenski and Lena D'AngeIo. 3.
The Administration secretaries are Qfront rowj Elaine
Kruckenberg, Verda Vervaecke, Doris Hand. fback
rowjJoyce Johnson, Jessie Boyd, and Eunice Harper,
4, Barbara Bennett manages U.T.'s bookstores.
164 - Academics
Although UT has so much to offer,
A quality education is our main goal,
We offer the opportunity to learn almost anything,
From constructing a sentence, to constructing a house,
From understanding numbers, to understanding people,
From iearning a foreign language, to learning of foreign countries
LIT can teach you about yourself . . .
Our Academic program
Pride in academics
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"The administration's goal is to provide
an atmosphere of learning by providing a
good staff, and a comfortable, convenient,
pleasant place to be. We are striving to
improve our school," commented Mr.
Richard Greene, north campus principal.
The administration is going through a
rebuilding phase, adjusting to a new educa-
tion board. New members Mike Boland,
Betty Plavak, and Joan Quinones joined
returning members Erwin Millen, Don
Sproul, Bob Malcolm, and John Connolly
Administrative changes for this year in-
clude a science curriculum change and the
decision to renovate the science lab in
room 213 at north campus into a modern
facility this summer.
The guidance staff at LIT provides a
wide variety of services to students, par-
ents, faculty, and the administration. The
goal of the guidance department is to help
students better understand themselves so
they can make better decisions about their
Mr. Robert Watters returned to the south
campus staff this year after an absense of
one year. Now there are seven counselors
to help students assess their strengths and
limitations, develop positive attitudes
about themselves, work out personal prob-
lems, plan an education beyond high
school, and decide on a career.
This year, in conjunction with the Ex-
ploring program of the Boy Scouts, the
guidance department presented students
with a Career Awareness Program, a series
of seminars about job seeking and specific
areas of employment.
The library's initial purpose is to aide the
students in learning. To accomplish this,
qualified personnel are required to see that
the library is operated smoothly and order-
Pamela Kramer, library chairman, as-
sumes the responsibility of overseeing the
works of the library. She commented that
the library is "a way to enrich faculty and
students for in and out of classroom use."
She also adds that 'Lit furthers your educa-
tion for other future applications."
The student uses free time or, as in most
cases, a study hall to visit the library for a
great variety of uses. The librarians act not
only as librarians, but also as teachers in
the service that they provide.
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Mr. Watters talks to a student about future plans.
Mr, Evans receives an unusual gift on his birthday,
Mr. Larry Greer helps a student with her schedule.
5. Mr. Evans and his family enjoy an afternoon stroll.
This student takes a break from his homework to
ok at the camera.
Subjects aid communication
Mr. Edward Belan, department chair-
man of eighteen years, stated that the goal
of the English department is to help the
students read and write better. Since Eng-
lish is our native language, we should
know how to use it and speak it correctly.
Even though English is required by law
for only three years, UT requires it for
three and one-half years. Mr. Belan
summed up the reason, "lt's important. lt's
the language you'll use the rest of your
ln the future, Mr. Belan would like to see
the English department get involved with
the growing awareness of computers. He
feels that, though the English department
at UT is progressing, it may take a few
years to reach the academic standard nec-
"Social studies, by making the students
aware of problems of the past and present,
prepares them for the future," said Edward
Peterhoff, department chairman. The de-
partment consists of 15 teachers instruct-
ing courses such as world history, Ameri-
can history, and government. Also, psy-
chology and sociology are open to seniors.
Social studies presents many career op-
portunities. Social work, map making, and
teaching are a few. It is also good back-
ground for careers in law and journalism.
This year, a writer's handbook was as-
sembled by the social studies, English, and
business departments. Also, new text-
books were purchased for general and ba-
sic American history classes.
The foreign language department broad-
ens the student's horizon by teaching lan-
guages other than English. Mr. James
Smith, department chairman, stressed the
importance of understanding other people
and continuing the study of a language. He
said, "The further you go on, the more
interesting it gets."
ln a foreign language class, the student
gets out of it only what he puts into it.
Because of the mental processes involved
in learning a foreign language, it is a very
common college admission requirement.
The foreign language department con-
sists of five teachers offering the opportu-
nity to learn four languages. These are
Spanish, French, Latin, and German.
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I. Mr. Michael Schmidt takes advantage of a few free
minutes to correct history assignments. 2. Mrs. Mar-
sha Petersorfs senior English class relaxes for a min-
ute before the bell, 3. The foreign language lab at
north campus is used for test taking. 4. Mr. Charles
Slentz assists senior Jim Davis with his government
homework, 5. Seniors Sue Dravis and Shelley Katzen-
burger read a Shakespearean scene for their Western
Courses Prepare for future '
The science department at UT adopted a
new program this year to stimulate and
challenge the higher academically able sci-
ence student. Department chairman Rich
ard Wessel hopes the program will per-
suade students to continue in science and
make science a career choice.
For the first time college prep biology
was offered to incoming freshmen. This
course would enable them to take college
prep chemistry as sophomores. Advanced
placement courses in biology and chemis-
try would then be available to them as
juniors and seniors.
This program is designed to prepare stu-
dents to be eligible for and successfully
complete advanced placement tests which
can be used toward college credit.
The business department works to de-
velop skills for students interested in com-
puter science and business management.
lts goals are for students to spend more
time on word processing skills and for ac-
counting students to work on the automat-
Under the business heading, the three
subjects available are secretarial training,
secretarial accounting, and data process-
ing. Carl Killam, department chairman,
comments, "l enjoy being around students
and teaching them what they can use in
In the future of LIT, the business depart-
ment hopes to have a computer keyboard-
ing class as well as a computer lab. Also, it
would like to see freshmen required to take
a typing class.
"Any job from pharmacy to engineering
includes math throughout high school,"
commented Miss Loryann Eis, department
chairman, on the importance of an educa-
tion in math.
One change in the math department this
year was that computer lessons were of-
fered to all accelerated algebra and geome-
try students. Information was given from
which the students developed a program.
That program was then run through the
computer to check for errors and handed
in as a graded portion of the class.
Due to the retirement of Mr. Robert Lew-
is, Miss Eis is now teaching geometry in-
stead of accelerated algebra. Also new this
year were the geometry and calculus text-
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1. Junior Pam Torok learns through experiments in
science class. 2, Mr. Max Wessel listens to a question
from a student. 3. This student learns valuable skills
in typing class. 4. Accounting is a popular business
Course among UT students, 5, Mr. Fred Woller ex-
plains a theory in math. 6, In this physics class, the
room looks busier than the students.
Classes teach future skills
The fine arts department attempts to
meet the needs of students interested in
developing skills in the areas of music, art,
drama, speech and debate. Students bene-
fit from the study of the fine arts by receiv-
ing a life-long enjoyment of the arts.
Nearly one-fourth of the student body
was enrolled in the fine arts. A proposed
addition of two new courses could expand
the fine arts department for next year.
These courses are madrigals, for outstand-
ing vocal students, and advanced place-
ment art. Both courses are for students
who want to further develop a certain area
Home economics is a department in
which students learn skills for future use.
There were two changes in the home eco-
nomics department this year: an orienta-
tion program and a parenting class.
The orientation program was especially
suited for students who had not taken
home economics in junior high school. lt
included the areas of food, clothing, child
care, relationships, home decorating, and
The parenting class taught students
about the various aspects of being a par-
ent. Beginning with the initial decision of
whether or not to become a parent, the
course discussed pregnancy through the
actual raising of a child.
Area Vocational Center
There are a number of different classes
students can choose from in the Area Vo-
cational Center, starting with learning how
to take care of children, to data processing,
to drafting, to learning the fundamentals of
building a hosue.
The AVC had a total of 724 students
enrolled this year. When asked if the stu-
dents seemed to enjoy the center, Mr. Mi-
chael Hanlin, director of the AVC, stated, "I
really hope that they do because l feel if
you don't enjoy what you are doing, you
will not benefit from it at all."
A student involved in the AVC can addi-
tionally benefit from these classes with
various scholarships offered to exceptional
students in their particular field.
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I. Senior Lee Wolverton seems to enjoy drafting. 2.
Senior Jason Sandoval seems to have a lot of skill in
running this printing machine. 3. Senior Angie Sam-
uels enjoys home furnishings. 4. Senior Denise Chan-
dler explains a game to future Ll.T. students, 5. This
art student has a lot of work ahead of her. 6. Junior
Ge Lee and Senior Suntuk Davidson work hard to
finish their art projects. 7. Mrs, Jones helps senior
Classes teach special cares
The physical education department has
changed little this year at the juniorfsenior
level. However, a recreation and weight-
training unit have been added at the fresh-
The recreation unit gives the freshmen
and sophomores a feeling of south cam-
pus, where they can choose their activity.
lt is a unit for the students to have fun.
Two student teachers assisted at south
campus at the beginning of the year. Mr.
Michael Pendergast and Miss Diane Garri-
son aided the teachers by actually instruct-
ing the classes. Mr. Al Zimmerman, depart-
ment chairman, said, "The student teach-
ers benefit themselves by actually having
the chance to teach a class."
MARY ESTHER SOLIZ
"The goal of the special education de-
partment is to provide the most appropri-
ate education for the individual student in
the least restrictive setting," stated David
Berg, special education department chair-
The special education department has
several vocational projects this year. One
is a program called Preparation Private
Sector, including Moline, Rock lsland, and
UT. This very successful program is trying
to meet vocational and academic needs of
Very dedicated and hard-working teach-
ers, plus expanded time and facilities, have
helped the special education department
provide direct services from all courses,
Driver education and behind-the-wheel is
a very popular nine week course to in-
struct and prepare beginning drivers for a
life full of convenience and road safety. Mr.
James Duncan, department chairman,
feels that the most important aspect of this
education is "that the students will have
learned techniques which will make them
Health class, also a nine week course,
was devised to benefit the students now as
well as in the future. The class was origin-
ally developed 18 years ago to fulfill a re-
quirement which was not being met by the
LIT curriculum. Mr. Bert Hanlin and Mr.
Ron Pustelnik teach the sophomore class
health-related subjects that will help the
students in future experiences.
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calisthenics before class. 2. Driver education is a
class that is geared toward preventing accidents. 3.
Student teacher Mike Pendergast oversees a written
test in p. e. class. 4. Every sophomore looks forward
to his time behind the wheel. 5. This gym class exer-
176 - Sports
There's an aura of excitement created by a restless crowd,
Gathered together to yell and cheer for UT athletes.
They're a group of spirited, rowdy, supporting fans,
Gathered to witness the Panthers march on to victory.
No matter what sport it is,
Theres a certain satisfaction for the athletes and fans,
To represent UT, doing the best possible,
And supplying a cause of honor and pride . . .
Sports at LIT
Pride in sports
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1, Varsity football team members for 1983 are tfrontj
Marion Barnett, Bub Carpenter, Joe Monterastelli,
James Hopkins, Jim Davis, Kipp Westbrook, Ron
Ackland, Jamie Robers, Damon Evans, Jon Verlina
den, and John Lasek. tRow 21 trainer Kellie Sanders,
Doug Dobrinske, John LeFevre, Tom Rice, Chris De-
Jaegher, Bob Lack, Bob Neal, John Manrrique, Chris
Leibovitz, Mike Campbell, Brian Hacker, Ron Ray-
mond, Dave Malone, and trainer Annette Michalek.
tRow 33 Brad DeMay, Steve Clark, Paul McLean, Paul
Shafer, Scott Lamb, Dan Woods, Mike Barr, Steve
Platt, Brad Hauman, Steve Garcia, Loyd Hubbard,
Darryn Pollentier, Wayne Clark, Dan Karstens, Ron
Clash, Manager Dave Mumma. CRow 49 trainer Tina
DeMay, Brad Burklund, Don Moore, Mark Findahl,
Charles Clark, Scott McDanel, Steve Millett, Todd
Larison, Dave Rice, Jody Tague, Todd Dennhardt,
Bobby Larson, Ruben Alaniz, Dan Miller, Brook Gar-
man, Manager Jim Benjamin. QROW 53 Ron Gardner,
Todd Grimm, Todd Jacobs, John Gehant, and John
Perkins. 2. Senior Tom Rice shows his approving
opinion of our team. 3. These varsity team members
watch from the sidelines as the team runs for a goal.
4. Junior rushing back John Manrrique eludes Rl
opponents as he gains yardage. 5. Defensive coach
Michael Brewers explains some game-winning strate-
gy to senior Brian Street. 6. Junior Ron Clash concen-
trates intently on the game. 7. Junior quarterback
Bub Carpenter moves to hand off the ball to Manrri-
que, who is the leading rusher in the Quad-Cities.
"This season was a period of develop-
ment for the team," stated Coach Jim
Sanders. "our offensive and defensive lines
matured to the point that they dominated
the line of scrimmage. That's our style of
football. When we dominate the line we
play real well."
The 1983-84 Varsity football team had a
winning season, finishing with a record of 6
wins and 3 losses.
"A small setback in the beginning of the
season was finding a starting unit to stick
with once we put Clash, Leibovitz, Camp-
bell, Ketner, and Burklund in as the front
fiveg with Larison and Clark as ends, we
saw good things happening," explained
coach Sanders. "Another question was
that of the position of quarterback. Junior
Bub Carpenter developed into a Western
Big 6 varsity quarterback in the last three
or four minutes of the game against Gales-
burg when he found the composure to
complete three straight passes to set up
the winning touchdown,"
Another question Coach Sanders felt
might be difficult to answer was, "How do
you replace all-American running back Jeff
Louck?" Early in the season the answer
became clear, "a junior running back
named John Manrrique, who rushed for a
total of 974 yards, and scored 72 points
Four players were named to the all-con-
ference team, ending the Panthers' win-
ning season. They were Manrrique, Lack,
Campbell, and Leibovitz. Leibovitz was
also named to the All-State team.
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man, Ed Alaniz, Don lnce, David Weeks, Jon Catter-
ton. lRow 33 Troy Tapia, Greg Quick, Cliff Davis,
Norris Goldstein, Rick Davila, Herman Ochoa, John
Fotos, Mike Pacheco. QRow 43 Jeff Oppenheimer,
Steve Blomberg, Dwight Perry, Dave Cruz, Kevin Ret-
tig, Alan Rose, Steve Bert, Chris Ohlsen. 1Row 53
Leonard Nahrgang, Matt Williams, Alan Reyna, Rick
Fetterer, Julius Delgado. 5. Freshman football play-
ers are fFront row3 Jeff Skillett, Marty Sanders, Steve
Carmack, Andy Munoz, Bryan Stone, John Massa,
Victor Lara, Mark DeCoster, Josh Coram, Walker Wil-
son, Ray Jenkins, Dave Luten. CRow 23 Terry Toliver,
Richard Burklund, Steve Quick, Steve Paytash, Sean
Jenkins, Arron Howat, Billy Wilson, David Lapac-
zonek, Brian Smith, Brad Goering, Shane Stilwell.
tRow 33 Scott Kippes, Tim Bond, Richardo Mendoza,
Wayne Reynolds, Brad Laermans, Randy Harvey,
Chris Brumberg, Mike Harrum, Mike Hensley. fRow 43
Joe Ramos, Gary Mundt, Dan lmel, Mike Bonilla, Jim
Graham, Jess Correa. Jeff Fluegel, Kyle Scudder,
Dustin Schuldt. 6. The tough sophomore line gets
ready for a defensive play against the Orion Charges.
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"Whether it be that we played poorly in
some games or whether we played great,
we rose to the occasion and played the
type of football we needed to dominate the
other team," stated Coach Greg Gebben of
the 1983-84 sophomore football team. He
went on to say, "But in an 8 and 1 season
regardless of how we performed in each
game, 8 and 1 is still a heck of a good
The young Panther team went undefeat-
ed until a heart-breaking loss in a make-up
game against Rock lsland, leaving the con-
ference record at 4 wins and l loss.
The players Coach Gebben felt deserved
special recognition are "Herman Ochoa,
Steve Blomberg, Kraig Wells, Brad Ca-
meron, Eddie Alaniz, Troy Tapia, Rick Fet-
terer, and Don lnce stood out, but l'm not
saying that the whole team didn't stick in
there and play tough."
The sophomores placed second in the
conference, finishing their season with an
easy victory over LaSalle-Peru. i'The La-
Salle-Peru game was one of our best," ac-
cording to Coach Gebben.
The freshmen also had an excellent sea-
son, finishing with a record of 6 and 1.
Their only loss was to Sherrard High
School's sophomore-junior varsity team.
Coach Mike Russell commented, "Obvi-
ously we have some excellent talent, l feel
that though we didn't have a lot of individ-
ual stars, the season was completed due to
team effort, from the top player down to
I. Freshmen cheerleaders are Corrie Skiles, Kelly
Hutchinson, Jackie McVey, Amy Goebel, and Deanna
DeBo. 2. Senior Jamie Titus poses by a locker she
decorated. 3. No, it isn't rainingg Jamie Titus, Ro-
chelle LeBlanc, and Julie Mitchell are doing a pose
from their P,Y,T. pom-pom routine. 4. Senior Tracy
Lofgren takes it easy as Pete the Panther. 5. Sopho-
more cheerleaders are Julie Brewer, Lisa Manley, Mi-
chele Hamrick, Becky Greer and Kim LeBlanc, 6.
Varsity cheerleaders are Jamie Titus, Pam Torok,
Julie Mitchell, Francie Wiegel, Rochelle LeBlanc,
Wendy Leonard, and Pam Bost.
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Besides adding spirit to the games, deco-
rating lockers, making hoops, and baking
cookies, the football cheerleaders also per-
formed pom-pom routines this season.
Miss Jill Anderson, veteran football
cheerleading coach, was excited that her
83-84 cheerleaders went to summer camp
at Western Illinois University and returned
with new cheers and pom-pom routines.
Summer cheerleading camp was August 1-
4. Their only complaint was the hot weath-
er during camp.
"Winning Combination," "What's your
Number?," "Touchdown to Win," "De-
fense Attack," and "Ll.T.H.S." were some
of the new cheers this season. A new pom-
pom routine was performed to Michael
Jackson's P.Y.T. 1Pretty Young Thingj.
"l feel we put in a lot of time working for
Friday nights," said Francie Wiegel, varsi-
ty cheerleader, "but when the game comes
we are rewarded."
Cheerleading practice was four days a
week at South Campus. "lt's a lot of
work," said Julie Mitchell, varsity cheer-
leader, "but it's worth it."
"When someone makes a mistake, we
don't yell, we help them correct it," stated
varsity cheerleader Pam Torok. She con-
tinued, "We cheer as a squad, not as indivi-
To Coach Anderson, her cheerleaders
add pep and spirit to the games. "The win-
ning of the game isn't determined because
of them," she stated, Hthey just help by
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UT 2 l
UT 2 Geneseo O
Sterling 2 UT 0
UT 2 Dixon O
UT 2 Aleod O
UT 2 Galesburg l
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Moline 2 UT O
Peoria Richwoods 2 UT O
Davenport West 2 UT l
Aledo 2 UT l
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I. Members of this year's junior varsity volleyball team are
lfrontj Stephanie Rosenthal, Mary Moreno, Debra Scott. Sonya
Royal, and Pam Raischel. tbackj Kellie Berthoud, Sherry John-
son. Marge Derby. Amy Hufford. Cathy Cowley, and Stacie
Waite. 2. Senior Cheryl Krantz concentrates intently as she sets
the ball to a teammate. 3. Melodie McGinnis, junior, watches for
the apparently successful results of her spike. 4. Sophomore
Amy Hufford and junior Mary Moreno go up to block the oppo-
nent's hit. 5. Freshmen volleyball players are tfrontj Angel Scott.
Bonnie McCartin, Kris Saey, Tracey Vyncke, Tricia Alexander,
and Nancy Wara. tbackj Coach Claudia Anderson. Maria Segura,
Michelle Reddig, Stacy Court, Kim Wheatley, Tannya Anderson,
Tiffany Scott, Janna Miller, and Coach Barbara Puellella. 6.
Varsity teammembers are tfrontj Leilani Krack, Melodie McGin-
nis, and Donna Green. tmiddlej Cheryl Krantz, and Susie McEn-
lfyv lbafkl Mary Decker, Debi Vyncke. and Krista Hart. Absent
from the picture are Debbie Waeyaert and Kris Nelson. 7. Senior
Debi Vyncke follows through with a "middle hit" against Gales-
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After losing all of last years varsity
starters to graduations and acquiring all
new coaches for this season, this year's
varsity volleyball team experienced a
tough season of learning and rebuilding.
First year head coach, Maria DeLanghe
commented, "The main goal for this sea'
son was to ready ourselves for next year.
Although we'll be losing six seniors to
graduation, we should be looking forward
to a more successful season next year."
The varsity team experienced many dis-
appointing losses this year, winning only 2
of its l3 games. Coach DeLanghe stated,
"The girls had the potential to win but
never seemed to be able to get it together
as a team. Of course, there were positive
aspects of the season." She went on to
say, "We improved a lot during the season:
our defense remained our critical point,
especially our spike returns. This hurt us
in the beginning, but towards the end of the
season we showed over all improve-
The Junior varsity, coached by Maria
Escarza, started the season out strong,
winning 4 of their first 5 games, the team
ended their season with a successful re-
cord of 6 wins in l3 games. The Freshman
team also had a successful season, ending
with a record of 6 wins and only 3 loses.
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BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Geneseo Invitational 6th
Galesburg Invitational 8th
Western Big 6 4th
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
UT 23 Rocky 34
Bettendorf 25 UT 30
UT 20 Assumption 39
UT 26 Central 31
UT 24 Dixon 37
UT 25 Geneseo 32
UT 20 Galesburg 39
UT I8 Kewanee 43
Moline 24 UT 31
Galesburg Invitational 3rd
DeKalb Invitational 5th
Western Big 6 2nd
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The benefits of the hard work and dedi-
cation of the varsity and JV girls cross
country team showed in their records. Den-
nis Steinmetz coached the girls team. He
commented that the girls were not
"loners" this year. He said they ran in a
pack to pace each other and tried to finish
The team leaders were Carrie Natwick,
Dede McVey, Joanne Giers, Diana Krantz,
and Alice McLernon. Although the team
was large, that wasn't a problem. Twenty-
one girls ran in the meets with over half
new to the team. The team practiced two
hours a night, six days a week and held
double practices twice a week.
Carrie "Nati" Natwick gave some of her
insights on running. "lt is a 90 percent
mental and lO percent physical sport. You
need strategy," she said.
There was an extra large turnout for the
boys CC team, with 45 boys in all.
Coach Gary Phillips said his team
trained to peak at the end of the season
since that is when the important meets
take place. He also said that this philos-
ophy decreased runner burnout toward the
The top runners on the team were sen-
iors Brian Mohr, John Sandoval, and Steve
Terronez along with juniors Scott Fournier,
John Hoepfner, Tom Quinn and Mark and
At the end of the season Coach Phillips
said, "We caught up to the other teams we
ran against earlier in the year and came out
ahead in the end."
1. Members of this year's boys cross country team are CROW l3
Pit Siraphet, Scott Farnsworth. Adam Burke, Brian Burney,
Brant Goering. CRow 23 K.J. Schaffer, Peter Schritsmier, Brian
Arlt. Bob Kipp, David Hernandez. CRow 33 Todd Meeske, Jay
Titus, Rob Schaffer, Benito Ayala, Steve Benson, lRow 43 Mike
Mohr, Pete Masias, Jeff Merideth, Matt Dowen, Gene Temple
ton. tRow 53 Mike DeMay, Scott Dowen, Tom Quinn, John
Hoepfner, tRow 63 David Stolbom, Marc Fluegel, Brian Kellett,
Ed Cox, Stacy Nichols. 1Row 73 Steve Terronez, Brian Mohr.
Scott Fournier, Mark Woodruff, Steve Woodruff. 2. Members of
this years girls cross country team are lRow l3 Dawn Gingry,
Cathy Loose, Margie McLernon. Dede McVey, Laurie Buchen.
lRow 23 JoAnn Wilshusen, Carrie Natwick, Carla Duncan, Alice
McLernon, Marcia Markle. CROW 33 Jenny Tallman, Diana
Krantz, Julie Kirklin, Jenny Fuhrer, Patty Kanning. QRow 43 Lisa
Mixer, Chris Tribble, Jean Lopez, Stacey Tripp, Tina Miletich. 3.
Senior Tina Miletich warms up for the big race. 4. Juniors Scott
Fournier, Tom Quinn, and Mark Woodruff are dominating at a
home meet. 5. Senior John Sandoval is leading the race. 6.
Junior Costella Green and sophomore JoAnn Wilshusen are
taking a break.
1. Girls golf team includes fkneelingi Michelle Polios,
Ann Hasenwinkel. fstandingj Suzy Ogle, Kelly Ceder,
Jan lvanowski. 2. Junior Darrin Neal concentrates of
the ball as he winds up his swing. 3. Seniors Jon
Jannes and Suzy Ogle are returning lettermen for the
season. 4. Boys golf team includes fkneelingb Dave
Lindquist, Mike Jacobsen, Mike Womack, Mark Pus-
telnik. QRow 21 Darrin Neal, Dave DeDecker, Rodney
McDaniel. 1Row 31 Jon Bailey, Jon Jannes, Tom Ohle
sen, Steve DeClercq, 5. Dave DeDecker, junior, sets
up for a drive. N
Dixon 181 UT 225
Rock ls. 172 UT 214
Geneseo 185 UT 215
Galesburg 181 UT 206
UT 223 Macomb 227
Moline 184 UT 213
Rock ls. 201 UT 219
Moline 199 UT 230
UT 230 Macomb 245
Geneseo 205 UT 214
Galesburg 174 UT 216
UT 216 Quincy ND 217
Moline 189 UT 219
Quincy 168 UT 219
Western Big 6 4th
LIT 165 Geneseo 166
UT 161 Riverdale 167
UT 161 Rock ls. 170
Aledo 167 UT 175
UT 170 Alleman 171
UT 153 Galesburg 155
Moline 149 UT 175
Alleman 161 UT 164
Rock ls, 159 UT 172
Moline 138 UT 169
Geneseo 154 UT 172
Aledo 164 UT 166
Macomb invitational 6th
Galesburg Invitational 8th
Western Big 6 4th
l.H.S.A. Regional 11th
St. Bede's Invitational 4th
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The boys golf team started the season
out pretty well by winning the first three
matches. Roger Damhorst, this year's
coach, stated, "They have really shown
their best this year."
Jon Jannes, senior, was this year's cap-
tain for the team. The most improved play-
er was Steve DeClercq, junior, and Dave
DeDecker, junior was named most valu-
able. The team was made up of mostly
seniors and juniors, but there were four
sophomores and freshmen as well.
This year's team included Jon Bailey,
Steve DeClercq, Darrin Neal, Stacey Hen-
ry, Barry Kespohl, Dave Lindquist, Rodney
McDaniel, Tom Ohlsen, Mark Pustelnik,
Todd Ripka, Tim Shellhorn, and Mike Wo-
The girls team had a rough season this
year with a record of 3-12. Coach Jeri Laud
stated that she was proud of the girls, con-
sidering Suzy Ogle, senior, was the only
returning upperclassman. The rest of the
team consisted of sophomores and fresh-
Varsity letter winners and team mem-
bers were Suzy Ogle, Jan lvanowski, Mi-
chelle Polios, Julie DeDecker, Lynne Swan-
son, Ann Hasenwinkel, and Kelly Ceder.
MARY ESTHER SOLIZ
UT ll2 Rock Island
UT 99 Moline
UT 104 Burlington
BOYS C2 63
UT lO4 l5
UT 94 78
UT IO5 62
92 UT 80
UT 99 69
UT 52 31
UT 92 79
UT 95 Central 72
gg UT 74
' 105 UT 60
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127 UT 45
UT 98 F 72
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1. Freshman Kari Gunderson checks with Coach
Bush after setting a new pool record for the IOO
freestyle. 2. This years girl swimmers are Cfront3 Beth
McCollum, Tammy Jones, Heather Fleming, Carol
Alejo. Tracy Guthrie. CRow 23 Kris Rylander, Gina
Ghys, Kari Wirtz, Amy Lewis, Chris Verstraete, Bran-
dy Hauman. Crow 33 Maureen Standaert. Nikki Leabo.
Amy DeBlock, Julie Standaert, Donje Milburn,
Rhonda Koch. Crow 43 Lynn Hambright. Kari Gunder-
son, Jenny Soots, Lori Bokros, Rhonda Fiebig. Crow 53
Lynette VanVooren, Sanchia Horst. Tracey Graham,
Coach Dave Bush, Lisa Johnson, Leslie Stephenson.
3. This year's boy swimmers are Cfront3 Albert Bur-
gess, Adam Burke, John Dussliere, Ron Steffenson,
Paul Sturm. Crow 23 Mike Satre, Mike Tates. Pat Shay.
Mike Batten, John Pettit. Crow 33 Brad Demeurisse,
Chuck Bray. Paul McClean, Crow 43 Dave Jones. Sean
Dalmasso, Brian Standaert, Jim Johnson, Dave Bush,
Stacey Whitehall. 4. Boys team captain Brian Stan'
daert, Coach Dave Bush, and girls team captain San'
Chia Horst pose for an early morning picture. 5. Ju-
nior Sean Dalmasso puts all his effort into a freestyle
"They had an outstanding year!" stated
Coach Dave Bush about the girl swim-
mers' impressive 9-1 team record. The one
loss was due to an entry error in a close
match against Bettendorf. Bush felt they
worked hard all year and deserved their
With a lot of effort and hard work they
finished first in the Western Big Six and in
the Sectional. This year's state qualifiers
were freshman Kari Gunderson ffinished
17thl, juniors Maureen Standaert ffinished
22ndj and Lynn Hambright ffinished 16th
Senior Sanchia Horst, the girls team cap-
tain and MVP, had a theory UNO pain, no
gain!" Sanchia stated, "We believed in our-
selves and in our coach, we worked hard
together and won all we could . . . at least
until next year!"
With a 2-5 season record the boys team
didn't win many meets, but they were
proud of themselves as a team anyway.
They were proud of themselves as a team
with a lot of hard workers, as they've al-
ways had. Coach Bush commented,
"They've had to really work hard to get as
fast as they've become, and the youth of
the team makes the future look good."
Due to senior Ron Steffenson's broken
wrist, the team lost considerable points,
but sophomores John Dussliere and Paul
Sturm added extra strength to make up for
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1. Sophomore Sandi Harris concentrates on the game.
2. Members of the sophomore team are Carrie Cal-
deron. Sheli Van Tie-ghem, Terry Mayfield, frow 25
Leslie Abram, Sue McGinnis, Lori Schroder. Crow 35
Sherry Johnson, Stacie Waite. Tannya Anderson.
frow 4l Jenny Paxson and Debbie Mumrna. 3. Varsity
members are Costella Green fmanagerj, Patti Kan'
ning, Cheryl Krantz, Donna Green, Staci Olson, Vicki
Austin, irow 25 Lisa Daniels, Debi Vyncke, Vicki Sedg-
wick. Lori Findahl, Sandi Harris, La Shonda Williams.
4. Freshman members are Michelle Reddig, Kris Wat-
son, Corrie Skiles, and Ann Hasenwinkel. trow 25 Ni'
chole Davis, Tracy Vyncke, Christine Jackson, and
Laura Larson Crow 33 Beth Cernetisch. Kim Wheatley,
Julie Kirklin, Alice Welch. 5. Junior Vicki Austin puts
some moves on her opponents.
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Freshman Girls Basketball
Working two sweaty hours a day, six
days a week for four months is not every-
one's idea of having a "ball," but it was for
eleven sophomore, junior, and senior girls
"Dedication and determination are what
you need to be a success in anything,"
stated veteran varsity coach Mike Dergo.
'Success is getting your full potential." ln
Coach Dergo's eyes a basketball player
must have the ability, attitude, and the
determination to play good ball.
The bulk of this year's team was under-
classmen. Sophomore Lori Findahl led the
team in rebounds, averaging seven a game.
Another important team member was ju-
nior Staci Olson who was the team's point
"She stands out! She leads by example
rather than talking," commented Coach
Dergo when asked about junior Vicki Aus-
tin. Vicki or "Quick Vick" was the team's
leading scorer averaging 19 points a game.
"I think the team came a long way this
year, we learned how to play team ball,"
stated Sandi Harris, starting guard. "l hope
we keep it up in the future."
"Working with the team members has
helped me progress a lot in my skills,"
stated starting forward Austin.
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This year was a season of inspiration
and disappointment for the 1983-1984 var-
sity basketball team. Stated head coach
Cliff Talley, "This team is a special team
because it's my last year coaching. lt's
been disappointing for them because they
lost more than a few close games."
The team was impressive where height
was concerned. Teamwork was an impor-
tant part of their game. They were well
disciplined and played as a unit. Coach
Talley commented, "We play one of the
toughest schedules in Illinois. It makes it
hard when you play such tough competi-
According to Talley, one of the team's
weaknesses was careless fouls. He also
said that they sometimes didn't rebound or
After seventeen years as head coach for
Ll.T., Talley has decided to retire. This de-
cision was made because his son was
graduating from Ll.T. His fondest memo-
ries were when the 1970 and 1978 varsity
teams came close to winning state cham-
pionships. ln referring to Ll.T. in general he
said, Nl think Ll.T. has some of the finest
students in any school l've ever seen."
Moline 51 LIT 45
LIT 72 Quincy 62
Morton 45 LIT 44
Rocklwand 68 UT 52
LIT 53 Davenport West 51
Kewanee 57 LIT 55
LIT 59 Galseburg 53
LIT 65 Quincy 57
Alleman 55 LIT 52
Bettendorf 55 LIT 47
LIT 56 Cialesburg 45
Moline 46 LIT 44
LIT 68 Quincy 61
I. Teddy Scott, sophomore, passes the ball to a team-
mate. 2. Freshmen Black basketball team members
are Crow I1 Ray Jenkins, Van Flowers. Scott Farns-
worth, Bryce Sellers, Humberto Contreras. Crow 21
Stacey Henry, Craig Crawford. Benito Ayala, Mark
DeCoster. Crow 31 Terrell White, James Graham, Vic'
tor Lara, Daniel Banaszek, and Coach Don Donaldson.
3. Members of the sophomore basketball team are
Crow I1 Scott Bruner, Crary Samuels, Darrell Lewis,
Teddy Scott. Crow 21 Michael Millard, Mark Williams,
Christopher Ohlsen, Arthur Anderson. Crow 31 Scott
Ronnebeck, James Covemaker, Scott Mahan, Louis
Harris. Crow 41 Antonio Baker, Stephen Blomberg,
Tremier Johnson, and Anthony Campbell. 4. Fresh-
men Orange basketball team members are Crow I1
Michael Bonilla, Leroy Pena, Terrance Toliver, Mark
Kainu. Crow 21 Richard Benson. Brian Blair, Gary Sam'
uels. Crow 31 Brian Ciorzney, Marc Fluegel, Robert
Jackson, Jeffrey Skillett, and Coach Art Maffie. 5.
Sophomore Darrell Lewis shoots the ball for two
points. 6. Scott Mahan, sophomore, takes careful aim
while shooting a free throw.
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Some 50 sophomore boys tried out for
the 15 spots on the basketball team this
year. Coach Manwaring thought his first
year coaching sophomore basketball went
very well. He felt that he was preparing the
team for the varsity next year.
He said, "I think the team had a good
year." He also said that the team also had a
good attitude and they always gave 100
percent on the court. The only problem
was heightg they were out-sized by many
The highlight of the season for the
Freshman Orange squad was when they
beat the Alleman Green squad 88-72, with
three players scoring over 20 points each.
Coached by Art Maffie, the team had a
very good season.
The Freshman Black squad had a good
season also. The highlight of the season
came when they beat Moline twice. Coach
Donaldson said that he liked the way the
proud to be their coach
squad cooperated with each other and was
This year's basketball cheerleaders used
their experience from camp to make this
one of their best seasons. The cheerleaders
were picked by appearance, voice, and fa-
cial expression. Before they were picked,
they went to two tryout clinics. They
learned two floor cheers and two side floor
cheers. ln tryouts they were judged on
such things as enthusiasm, rhythm, vol-
ume, arm and leg movement, splits, cart-
wheel, front and back walk overs, and
many other moves.
The cheerleaders worked one and a half
to two hours, two days a week. Although
some of the cheers were from a long time
ago, the cheerleaders made up most of
them. Some girls even went to camp to
learn more about cheerleading.
Mrs. Lambert said, "I enjoy working with
the cheerleaders, it gives me a chance to
meet a lot of new girls." Mrs. Lambert has
worked with cheerleaders for two years.
The cheerleaders sold shoestrings and
programs to help raise money for new uni-
forms. The squads consisted of varsity,
sophomore, and freshmen orange and
LIT 56 Alleman 4
LIT 49 Rock Island I2
LIT 32 Moline 25
LIT 59 Metamora 6
LIT 54 Sterling 5
LIT 66 Limestone O
LIT 59 Aledo 3
LIT 33 Pekin I7
Clinton 24 LIT I7
LIT 36 Moline I9
LIT 56 Savanna 3
LIT 40 Pleasant Valley 5
UT 47 Rock Island 7
LIT 53 Orion 3
UT 38 Geneseo I3
LIT 50 Alleman I5 '
LIT 36 Rock Falls I8
LIT 44 Riverdale 9 I
LIT 57 Quincy 9 I
UT 5I Galesburg 3 I
Bettendorf Tournament 2nd
Freeport IA teamj Tournament lst
Quincy Tournament lst
State 8th I
l. Members of this year's Varsity Wrestling squad are
frow ll, Steve Crabtree, Brad Burklund, Chris Leibo'
vitz, Jim Collins, Mark Massa, Wayne Clark, Dude
Cervantes. Qrow 25 Brian Ketner, Jon Catterton. Todd
Grimm, Brad Cameron, Troy Tapia, John Davis, Bam
Pustelnik, Craig Frazier. Mike Miller. Jeff Dzekunsa
kas. lrow 33 Rodney McDaniel, Wayne Schadt, Bob
Trout, Rolando Ochoa. David Garcia, John Massa,
Doug Dobrinske, Scott McDanel. Crow 45 Jeff Stolbom
and Brad DeMay. 2. Senior John Sandoval proves
that LIT is number l. 3, Junior Todd Grimm puts the
moves on this Moline wrestler. 4. Mike Miller, senior,
rides out his opponent. 5. Senior Mark Massa at-
tempts to pin his opponent while the ref takes a
count. 6. Sophomore Bam Pustelnik is attempting to
breakdown this Moline wrestler.
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This year's Varsity Wrestling Squad had
a very successful season in both dual
meets, and tournaments. They ended the
season winning 21 out of 22 dual meets
and finishing lst in two tough varsity tour-
Some reasons for the team's success as
stated by Head Coach Harry Arvanis, "We
have depth, we have good wrestlers at
each weight and most of all, these kids are
a special group. They are never satisfied.
They always want to do better. They are
the kind that work and do what we tell
them. They are a pleasant and enthusiastic
The squad was led by an excellent group
of seniors: John Sandoval, Mike Miller,
Mark Massa, Jim Collins, Steve Millett,
Steve Crabtree, and Brad Burklund. Coach
Arvanis also had an optimistic outlook for
next year, stating, "Our junior and sopho-
more group is almost equal to our sen-
This year Coach Arvanis developed a
new system of scouting upcoming oppo-
nents, using a computer. He developed a
program charting the record, individual
match scores, and tendencies of each
wrestler they expected to face during the
The state tournament held extra interest
for the team this year because they were
able to qualify as a team not just indivi-
duals. The team advanced to sectional
competition after placing first in regionals.
They took the sectional title, after a 39- 13
win over 4th ranked DeKalb, and a 30- 19
final round win over Pekin. The team tied
Joliet West in the opening round at state,
but lost due to criteria. The team sent 4
individuals to state: John Davis, Kipp
Westbrook, Jim Collins, and Brad Burk'
lund. Burklund placed third in the state,
going undefeated until that tournament. He
ended his season with a 40 - l individual
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Pekin JV Tournament lst
Bettendorf JV Tournament 2nd
Freeport Varsity Tournament 6th
Sophomore 5 2
Freshman Black C811
Walcott Tournament 5th
Erie Tournament 3rd
Moline Tournament 2nd
Bettendorf Tournament 3rd
Freshman Orange 15 41
Wood Tournament 4th
Moline Tournament 2nd
Erie Tournament 3rd
Bettendorf Tournament 3rd
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I. Junior Craig Frazier waits for the top man to get
into position, 2. Sophomore Brad Cameron is on his
way to a pin, 3. Freshman Black team members are
frow 11 Adam Conn, Robert Fox, Doug Barber, Gabe
Ochoa, Jeff Schmitz. trow 21 Ted Martel, Jeff Fluegel,
Dustin Schuldt, Brian Gonzales. lrow 31 Scott Kippes,
Dave Lapaczonek, Richard Burklund and Coach Jim
Smith, 4. Freshman Orange team members are irow
11 Mike McMahon, Troy Foltz, Brian Burney, Ron
Harris, John Massa, and Dan lmel. Crow 21 Pat Nor-
moyle. Marty Sanders, Daryl Werner, Rodrigo Tapia,
and Sean Jenkins. trow 31 Coach Mike Brewers, Scot
Hawotte, Arron Howat, Josh Coram, Wayne Reyn-
olds, Scott Ashbaugh, and Eric Larson,
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The Junior Varsity Wrestling Squad fol-
lowed in the footsteps of the highly suc-
cessful Varsity Squad this season, losing
only two of its T9 meets. Those losses were
to Moline and Sherrard's varsity.
Coach Todd Rosenthal expressed his
positive attitude about his team when he
stated, "The kids we have work, and with
hard work and determination we can, and
do win. The high point of the season was
our first place finish at the Pekin JV Tour-
nament. l think that we will have an excel-
lent Varsity Squad next year if the JV kids
move up to fill up the Varsity holes after
the seniors graduate, as I know they can."
According to Sophomore Coach Kevin
Mclhlinch, the sophomores also had a good
season due to their hard work and a good
attitude. They finished the season with a
five and two record.
The sophomore team placed second in
the Panther Invitational which they hosted.
The freshman teams also had prosper-
ous seasons, the Black ending their season
with a 8 and 1 record, and the Orange with
5 and 4 season mark.
The Black Squad competed in four tour-
naments during the season, one of them an
individual tournament, where the team as
a whole did not compete. The Orange
Team members were also included in this
tourney in Riverdale. Both freshmen
coaches agreed that the freshmen wres-
tlers improved greatly throughout the sea-
son and show a lot of promise for future
1. Members of the sophomore squad are tfront rowj
Coach Kevin Mcltlinch, Dan lmel, DeWayne Harris,
John Massa, Bam Pustelnik, Tom Clements, Troy
Tapia. and Keith Youngs. lrow 25 Terry Foltz, Darren
Miller, Ted Martel, John Davis, Jay Titus, Todd
Malmstrom. Matt Engeman, Jim Verlinden. Crow 33
Mike Mohr, Ivan Beckman, Mike O'Meara, Alan Rose,
Scott McKay. Jeff Thorndyke, Jeff Bernat, Arron
Howat. trow 43 Geoff Merrill, Matt Williams, Jon Cat-
terton, Brad Cameron, Leonard Nahrgang, Jim Long-
necker, Tim Rockhold, Gene Templeton. 2. Freshman
John Massa holds his opponent in an unfortunate
1. Sophomore, Julie Standaert enjoys cheering. 2.
Varsity wrestling cheerleaders include Qtopj Angie
Thornton. Shelly Oltman, Kris Emery. CBottomJ Jen'
ny Fuhrer, Anna Zapata, and Trisha Munos. 3. Ju'
niors Angie Thornton and Shelly Oltman and senior
Kris Emery have fun cheering at home meets. 4. The
Frosh,Soph wrestling cheerleaders include ltopj Cyn-
thm Dehamen Lma Gonshek,Juhe Swndaen.lbot
tonn Pany Standaert Edna Pena,and KeHy Hutchin
son. 5. Junior Trisha Munos smiles while she gives
senior hdark h4assa a pin.
A lot expected
In order to make wrestling more suc-
cessful, a lot is expected of both wrestling
Miss Sue Uranich, wrestling cheerlead-
ing coach, said that what she looks for
basically in the cheerleaders is "enthusi-
asm, pep, and good cheerleading skills."
This includes coordinated arm and leg mo-
tions, good jumps, some acrobats, and of
course a good smile.
The wrestling cheerleaders had to have
a lot of stamina because in wrestling there
are no breaks. They also cheer a longer
length of time than most other cheer-
This year the freshman and sophomore
squads were combined. Three freshmen
and three sophomores were chosen for this
squad. The best of both juniors and seniors
were chosen for the varsity squad.
Last year the varsity squad sold raffle
tickets for the new skirts they had this
year. Both squads sold tickets again this
"They get along really well and seem to
enjoy what they are doing. l think my Rah-
Rahs are a super bunch of girls this year,"
stated Coach Llranich.
I. Girls varsity team members are. Qfrontl Dee Honert,
Kami Hanlin. and Jan Caleo. fbackj Trish Zmuda,
Betsy Dalton, and Kim Smith. Absent was Beth Kipp.
2. Senior Trish Zmuda waits anxiously for the ball, 3.
Seniors Steve Terronez and Mark Findahl make sure
that one of them gets the ball. 4. Chad Vinzant, senior,
shows the form that he hopes will take him to State.
5. Girls .J.V. team members are lrow lj Sue Skalla,
Tammy lnglis, Katia Herbst, and Andrea Gomez, Crow
25 Kris Zeefons, Caroline DeJaegher, Sue Kryzanek,
Laura Larson, Patti Standaert, Crow 35 Kelly Swin-
burn, Marilee Hacker, Melissa Llzzel, and Debbie Tray-
lor, 6. Senior Jeff Kipp serves an ace, 7. Beth Kipp,
senior. gives it her best shot. 8. Boys varsity team
members are lsittingj Brian Raasch, Chad Vinzant,
Mark Findahl. and Jeff Kipp. fstandingj Steve Tera
ronez and Randy Clark.
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The girls tennis team had a remarkable
season with a 9-1 final record which took a
lot of hard work and much effort to
Junior Betsy Dalton, who was the elect-
ed MVP on the team, was the first girl ever
to qualify and go to state from LIT in sin-
gles, playing against some of the toughest
players around. Senior Trish Zmuda and
junior Kim Smith also went to state in dou-
When asked about the overall attitude of
the team Coach Sue Wesselmann replied,
"Their attitude was very good. lt probably
made them better toward their games and
it really helped them to be a great team."
This year's top six girls were Seniors
Dee Honert, Trish Zmuda, Beth Kipp, ju'
niors Kim Smith and Betsy Dalton, and
sophomore Kami Hanlin.
Senior Beth Kipp commented, "We real-
ly worked hard this year and it paid off.
This year we played more as a team. lt
made winning all the more worthwhile."
The outlook for this year's boy's tennis'
season looked very good, with the top six
boys leading the team. They were as fol-
lows: Chad Vinzant, Randy Clark, Brian
Raasch, Mark Findahl, Jeff Kipp, and
Galesburg and Moline were the toughest
two teams for the Panthers this year.
Galesburg beat them last season, and Mo-
line gave them a very close match, but UT
came out with flying colors.
I. Members of this years' softball team are Janet
Kelly, Kathy Hernandez, Carrie Calderon, Donna
Green, and Staci Olson. lbackj Coach Mike Dergo,
Patty Kanning, Lori Findahl, Kathy Brewer, Sandi
Harris, and Cheryl Krantz. 2. Junior Kathy Brewer
prepares to field a short ball, 3. Greg Gebben, baseball
coach, surveys the field to plan his team's strategy. 4.
Carrie Calderon, sophomore, attempts to hit one out
of the ball park, 5. This Ll,T. catcher is ready for a
strike, 6. Senior Jill Liggett winds up to deliver a
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Coach Jim Sanders said, "We're looking
for kids to fill skilled positions as pitchers
and in the field for this year's baseball
Seniors Thomas Rice and Humberto Ro-
driquez were the only returning Iettermen.
Coach Gebben felt this year was a re-
building season. 'iWe lost a lot of talent
from last year's team."
Gebben's goal was to develop talent and
to start building a more solid baseball
"You teach at practice but at the games
you coach," said Gebben.
Craig Manwaring and Dale Adamson
were the sophomore coaches.
Softball returning lettermen were Kathy
Brewer, Cheryl Krantz, Patti Kanning, Don-
na Green and Janet Kelly.
The girls softball team lost eight play-
ers off last year's regional championship
team. Coach Dergo's main goal was to get
this year's team together as the season
progressed so that it could be a factor in
the state tournament.
All the coaches said they would like to
see more support from the student body.
I. Juniors DeDe McVey and Carrie Natwick express
their feelings. 2. Mike Mohr, Toby Olson and Jamie
Robers are the top pole vaulters for the 1984 season,
3. Junior Dave Rice gives it all he's got throwing the
shot put. 4. Junior Alice lVlcl.ernon is on her way to
another first place finish. 5. Sophomore Kim Le-Blanc
pushes to the finish. 6. Tom Quinn. John Hoepfner.
Brian Mohr and Scott Fournier are members of this
year's varsity relay team. 7. Sophomore Terry Foltz
sprints to the finish.
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This year's girls varsity track team had
an optimistic outlook for their season,
looking forward to one of success. This
success they felt would be due to the
strength and depth of the team.
"The strength mostly lies in our return-
ing state qualifiers, they will be the back-
bone of the team. This group includes Al-
ice McLernon, and DeDe McVey in the two
mile, Rebella Atwater, LaTres Walton,
Sandi Harris, and Tracey Mayfield for re-
lays, and Sonya Royal for the hurdles. The
depth of the team will be due to a large
amount of talent spread out among all of
the events, and that's what it takes to win
the meets," stated Assistant Coach Dennis
Steinmetz about his girl tracksters.
According to Coach Steinmetz, other
promising girls for the season included Ju-
nior Carrie Natwick, and sophomores Ter-
ry Mayfield, Kim LeBlanc, Kelli Ceder,
Becky Greer, Lynn Harris, and Christy
The boys varsity team was coached by
Jim Wesselmann, who commented, "The
'84 team should much improved over the
teams of the past. We have a strong group
of seniors who should lead the team
throughout the season. We have a lot of
good distance runners including seniors,
Brian Mohr and John Sandoval, and ju-
niors Scott Fournier, Tom Quinn, Mark
Woodruff, and Steve Woodruff. Our top
sprinters are Tony Barnes, Jon Verlinden,
Junior Evans, Terry Foltz, Jon Bailey, and
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I. Junior, senior wrestlerettes are Crow li Roxanne
Madden, Julie Hutchinson, Cheryl Desmet, Susan
McEniry, Mary Decker, Cathy Hipple, Kathy Knouse,
Sue Dravis, Michele Blais, and Deann Stewart. Crow 25
Donnis Michel, Jill Liggett, Jackie Eckey, April Tay'
lor, Beth Kipp, Patty Thomann. Shari Malmstrorn,
Ellen Gant, and Sharmon White. Crow 39 Nicole Leabo.
Kari Wirtz, Melodie McGinnis, Kim Kanke, Dawn
Wales, Rhonda DeWitt, Roxane Vittori. Mary Ann
Penca, Valkrie Kettering, Maureen Standaert, and
Kathy Green, 2. Seniors Roxane Vittori and Mary Ann
Penca show off their unusual hats. 3. Freshman and
sophomore wrestlerettes are Crow lj Tina Mosher,
Kendra Pankey, Sheri Katzenburger, Rene Rial, Kris
Schroeder, Lori Srnith, Pam Davis, Dawn Whitney,
and Carrie Miller. Crow 2l Penny Millis, Heidi Wendt,
Angie Chavez, Connie Bray. Wendy Vittori, Lisa
Blackwell, Chris Angelos, Michelle Polios, Sue
Bordner, Anne Stage, Kelley Swinburn, Jackie White,
Regina Clark, and Lisa Vogler, Crow 33 Stefanie Hill,
Lynn Harris, Felicia Martel, Laure Anderson, Tammy
Dooley, Janna Miller, Debbie Keith, Debbie Ely, Dawn
Danielson, Leslie Arrington, Kathy Leyden, Beth Def-
fenbaugh, Lori Page, and Donna Herrick, 4. Junior
Lynn Harris concentrates on keeping score.
to have fun!"
"Wrestlerettes is a good program, and it
gives the girls an opportunity to do some-
thing and become involved in the wrestling
program," stated Mrs. Ron Pustelnik, coor-
dinator, when asked what she thought
about the wrestlerette program.
There were 87 girls of all the grades
involved in the program. The freshman
and sophomore wrestlerettes decorated
lockers to help boost the spirits of the
wrestlers. The junior and senior wrestler-
ettes timed, scored, and bopped at varsity
meets. They also decorated lockers, made
signs, and gave a present to their assigned
wrestler for each home meet.
For fund raisers, the girls sold programs
and shirts at the home meets. Mrs. Pust-
lenik stated that the majority of the girls
enjoyed what they did and proved to be
very dedicated to their job as a wrestler-
Senior Mary Ann Penca commented,
"The dedication comes naturally because
everyone is so friendly. lt also is easy to get
into cheering a winning team." Another
senior, Rhonda Dewitt, stated, 'lAccording
to me, being a wrestlerette is a real joy
because l'm involved with a bunch of girls
who know how to have fun."
Captains this year were seniors Sue Dra-
vis and Kathy Knouse, juniors Melody
McGinnis, Staci Raffelson, and Kari Wirtz,
sophomores Michelle Polios and Lynn Har-
ris, and freshman Connie Bray and Regina
"They are a fun team to be with," stated
Mrs. Linda Wadsager when asked what she
thought about the girls bowling team. At
the beginning of the season, the team
didn't do quite as well as they expected,
but they ended up with flying colors by
doing well in the Chillicothe Invitational.
Mrs. Wadsager stated that another rea-
son she enjoyed working with this year's
team was because of their infectious en-
thusiasm and their camaraderie. Patsy
Schoch and Dawn Stanlake had the best
averages. Dawn was also this year's Most
1. Team members are ffrom left to right, Marilyn
Verstraete, Patty Verstraete, Penny Schoch, and
Dawn Stanlake. 2, Athletic trainers this year are Os-
car Krieger, Tina Demay, Annette Michalek, and Kel'
lie Sanders. 3. Marilyn Verstraete gives a smile as she
gets ready to bowl. 4. Julie Taets rolls for a strike. 5.
This basketball player gets therapy for a knee injury.
6. Oscar Krieger helps to bandage a students leg.
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Mr. Oscar Krieger, this year's new athle-
tic trainer, enjoyed his first year at LIT very
much. He stated, "lt's a fantastic job, and
Krieger said he always liked sports,
which encouraged him to do something
constructive with sports programs. After
entering the physical education system,
the most interesting part for him was
sports medicine. Since then, his enthusi-
asm for teaching physical education and
working in the training room has grown.
This year there were four student train-
ers, two juniors and two sophomores, who
were taught the basics in First Aid. Injured
students were treated with therapy and
whirlpool and ice treatments.
16 - Closing
As the end of the school year draws near,
Our thoughts turn to days gone by,
As a time for growing and learning,
On the path to adulthood.
We think of the memories we've made and shared,
The times we laughed and cried,
And cringe at some of the things we did,
But still remember the past year fondly.
As we look back on friends and the fun,
Yet still are anxious for the future,
We realize there'll never be another year,
Like this one . . . '84
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I. Sophomore John Dussliere and freshman Patti Ver-
straeie are qualifiers for State in swimming and bowl-
ing respectively. 2. Sophomore Lynn Harris and ju-
nior Pam Torok model their jammies during Student
Council week. 3. Senior Brian Standaert, sporting a
mohawk, looks right at home among the bushes, 4.
Brad Burklund, senior, is proud of his third place
finish at the state wrestling tournament. 5. Senior
Randy Rodgers shows off his unique hairstyle and
glasses. 6. Saying that senior Toby Olson and juniors
David Pauli and Kevin Smith like to be different is an
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nandez, Susanna Ochoa, Yolanda Sanchez. trow 21
Amelia Ayala, Marlene Moreno, and Roselind
Esparza. 2. Roxane Vittori, Beth Kipp, and Lori
Chanay are National Merit Commended Students. 3.
Staci Olson, Kimberly Burrell, and Shearrie Houston
are honored as Black Debutantes. 4. Students of the
Month include irow lj Julie Taets, Julie Hutchinson,
Lori Chanay, Jamie Titus, trow 21 Sue Dravis, and
Cathy Hipple. 5. Additonal Hispanic Debutantes are
trow lj Pauline Terronez, Anna Zapata, Roxane Vit-
tori. tfow 23 Mary Esther Soliz, Jill Sandoval, and
Alma Davila. 6. Senior David Mumma was named
l984 United States National winner in football by the
United States Achievement Academy. 7. Students
placing first and second in lllinois Office Education
Association contests are John Sievers, Michelle Hae-
cherl, Angela Purvis, Lisa Lowder, Michele Emmen'
dorfer, Susan DePaepe, and Melody Cross.
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Most banks measure their size and their progress in terms of
deposits and other monetary yardsticks, and according to these
measurements we've done rather well in the last 33 years.
But at the Bank of Silvis we prefer to gauge our worth in terms
of the number of people we've helped, the businesses we've
backed and the community we've supported.
We don't think of our bank as a place where some- 2'g
- ones money rests until they want it back. The
Bank of Silvis is a place where money works X I
li' and moves and makes things happen.
Sure there are several banks in the Quad
lvflff f Cities that are larger than we are, but if
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impact on the community they serve, we I
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ADAMS. JESSE C.
ADLFINGER. ALBERT C.
Junior Achievement 3.
AINSLIE. DANIEL W.
ALANIZ. RUBEN R.
ALES. LINDA A.
ALLENSWORTH. MICHELLE D. Band l,2,3,4g Jazz
Lab 3,43 Plays 23 Musical 3,43 National Honor Society
3-43 Explorers 3.
AMADOR. KIRK A. Football l: Wrestling lg Skyline
ANDERSON. BILLIE S. Health Occupations 33 Ban-
dettes 2,3,4: Choir l: Explorers 3.
ANDERSON. DOUGLAS B. Football lg Wrestling 2.
ANDERSON. IRENE C. Choir l,23 Distributive Educa-
ANDERSON. JAMES E. Football l.
ANDERSON. JEFFERY E. Track lg Football I,
ANDERSON. MIL TON L.
AGUIRRE. REBECCA L. Choir l,2,3,4g Orchesis 3,43
Plays 2,3,4: Musical l,2,3,4g Panther Players l,2,3,4g
BAKER. DARYL L.
BALL. KELLI L.
BALLARD, MARION B.
BALLUFF, MARK E.
BANKS, BRENT A.
BARNES. TONY E. Track 2,3,43 Basketball l,2,3,4g
Football 23 l.ettermen's Club 4.
BARR. MICHAEL W. Track l,43 Football l,2,3,4g Let-
termen's Club 4,
BARTSCH. ERIC M.
BATYE. PAULA S. Cross Country 33 Wrestlerettes
3,43 Child Care 33 Trackette 3,43 Attendance Office
Helper 3,43 Junior Achievement 3.
BEASLEY. MARK T.
BEA VER. TODD E.
BECKMAN. LAURA J. Band l,2,3,4g Jazz Band 3,41
Musical 3,43 Panther Players 23 National Honor Soci-
ety 3,43 Vice President 4.
BEEDLOW. MICHAEL A. Band l,2,3,4g Rifle Club l.
BEHYMER. ERIC J. Basketball lg Band l,2,3,4g Rifle
BELL. CHARLES R. JR.
BERGEVIN. DA VID L. JR. Band l,2,3,4g Jazz Band 33
Musical 3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Junior Rotar-
ian 43 Junior Achievement 23 Explorers 2,33 Math
Ken Hignight enjoys hanging around.
ANDREW, JOHN M. Rifle Club 23 A.V. Worker 3,4.
ANTON. ELIZABETH L.
ARCH. DORINDA D.
ARVANITIS. GEORGE J. Football 23 Wrestling l,2g
ATWA TER. REBELLA A. Track l,2,3,4g Cross Coun-
try 2,3,4g Volleyball l3 Band l,2,3,43 l.ettermen's Club
ATWELL, DEAN R.
AYALA, AMELIA J. Child Care 33 Counseling Center
Helper 33Junior Achievement I.
238 Senior Directory
BERRY. ERIC lntramurals 33 Band l,2,3,4.
BERT. KATHLEEN F.
BERTHOUD, DA WN M.
BETCHER. JULIE L.
BEVERLIN. MARK G.
BILLINGS. KRISTINE K.
BIVENS. ALFRED J.
BLAKE, DA WN C. Trackettes 33 Choir I3 Child Care
33 Counseling Center Helper 3,43 Junior Achievement
BOKROS. LORI S. Swimming 2,3,43 l.ettermen'S
Club 2,3,43 Choir lg Plays 23 Panther Players 23 Musi-
cal 23 National Honor Society 3,43 Junior Achieve-
ment 3,43 Y-Teens 1,23 Treasurer 2.
BOND. TAMARA L. Basketball 1,23 Choir lg National
Honor Society 3,43 Explorers 2,33 Y-teens l,2.
BOST. PAMELA J. Football Cheerleader l,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball Cheerleader l,2,3,43 Lettermen's Club 43 Stu-
dent Council 3,43 Attendance Office Helper 2g Junior
Achievement lg Y-Teens 2.
BOUGHTON. JAMES E.
BRAMUCCI. PATRICK D. National Honor Society
3.43 Junior Achievement 2,3,43 Explorers 3.4.
BRAND. BRENDA L. Health Occupations 3: Child
BRAUD. CHARLOTTE R. Choir 2,3,43 Plays 2,3,4:
Musical 2,3,43 Panther Players 2,334
BRA Y. CHARLES A. Swimming l,2.3.4g Letterrnen's
Club 3,41 National Honor Society 3,4, President 4.
BREWER. EDWARD L.
BROWN. RICHARD L. Wrestling l,2.
BUCKLEY. KIMBERLY A.
BUI. TUAN A. lntramurals 33 Rifle Club 2: EM. Soc-
cer Club l,2,3,4.
BULL. DEAN L. Band lg Junior Achievement l,2,3,4.
BURKLUND. BRAD M.
BURNETT. DA VID L.
BURNS. JULIE A. Tennis l,2,33 Basketball I3 Student
Council l,2,3,4Q Homecoming Royalty 4.
BURRELL, KIMBERLY R.
BURTON. CHERYL L.
BUSHNELL. KENNETH D.
CACARI. CHRISTOPHER M. Cross Country lg Bas-
ketball l3 lntramurals 33 A.V. Worker.
CALDERON. CHRISTOPHER J. Track l: Tennis l:
Kev 4' Junior Achievement 3.
CALDWELL. MICHELE L. Band lg Plays 23 Panther
CALDWELL. TINA M.
CALEO. JANICE A.
CAMP, JESSIE A.
CAMPBELL. RHONDA G. Track lg Diversified Ed. 3.
CAREY. KELLY K. Track l,23 Bowling l,2,3g Volley-
ball l3 Lettermen's Club 43 Choir l,2,3,4g Play's 3,43
Musical 43 Panther Player's 3,43 National Honor Soci-
ety 3,43 Junior Achievement 2,33 Explorers 2.
CARR. TINA M.
CAUSEMAKER. KARLENE M.
CERVANTES. RICK D. Boys Track lg Cross Country
23 Football lg Wrestling l,2,3,4g Baseball 4g Student
Council 3,43 Class President 33 Junior Rotarian 43
Junior Achievement 2,4.
CHANA Y. LORI L. Choir l,2,3,4g Plays l,2,3,43 Musi-
cal l,2,3,4Q Panther Players l,2,3,43 Vice President 43
Speech Club 2,3,43 Secretary 43 National Honor Soci-
ety 3,43 Y-Teens l,2.
CHANDLER. DENISE L. Choir lg Child Care 3,43 Ju-
nior Achievement 2,4.
CHARLSON. JAMES N.
CHA TMAN. DEVLIN D.
CHEFFER. CYNTHIA A.
CLARK. CHARLES Q. Track l,2,33 Basketball l,23
Football l,2,3,4g lntramurals 33 Lettermen's Club
2,3,43 Homecoming Royalty 4.
CLARK. STEPHEN W. Football l,2.
CLARK. TINA M. Girls Track l,2,31 Girls Basketball
l,2,33 Choir lg Lettermen's Club 3,43 Secretary 4,
CLARK. WAYNE E. Football lg Wrestling 3,43 Junior
CLARK. WILLIAM E. Choir 2,3,43 Musical 43 Mary-
crest Upward Bound.
CLASSEN. LISA A. Choir lg Health Occupations 33
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Barb Duncan has fun playing with the children in
Child Care 33 Counseling Center Helper 13 Attendance
Office Helper l,2.
CLA Y. PAULA E.
CLEMMONS. ANDREA K.
COLE. CHARLES N.
COLE. TRACY R.
COLEMAN. ROBERTA R.
COLLINS. DENISE A.
COLLINS, JAMES R. Boys Cross Country 1,23 Wres-
tling 1,2,3,43 A.V. Worker 3,4.
COOK. MICHELLE R. Bowling 23 Wrestlerettes 13
Speech Club 13 Child Care 43 Junior Achievement
1.2.33 General Office Helper 13 Counseling Center
CORNELL. DA VID L.
CORREA, GUADALUPE S.
COSGROVE. NANCY M. Choir 1,2,3,43 National Hon-
or Society 3,4.
COX. JAMES H. Choir 2,33 Plays 1,2,3,43 Musicals
2,3,43 Panther Players l,2,3,43 Speech Club l,2,3,3
CRABTREE. STEVEN R. Wrestling 1,2,3,4.
GRAIN. RHONDA C. Child Care 3.4,
CRIMMINS. TIMOTHY R.
CRONKLETON. PEGGY S. Choir l,2.
CROSS. MELODY M. Skyline 233.
CUMBERWORTH. CHARLOTTE Choir li Atten-
dance Office Helper 43 Junior Achievement 2,33 Span-
ish National Honor Society 33 Treasurer 3.
DANIELS. JULIE L.
DANNER, SHANNA R.
DARR, DA VID D.
DA VIDSON, SUNTUK
DA VILA. ALMA R. Wrestlerettes 1,23 Skyline 43 Ju-
nior Achievement 1,23 Spanish National Honor Soci-
ety 2,3,43 Vice President 3.
DA VIS. JAMES L.
DA VISON. ANDREA S. Bowling 1,2,33 Volleyball li
Band l,2,3,43 Plays 1,2,33 Musicals l,2,3Q Panther
Players 2,33 Speech Club 23 National Honor Society
3.43 Junior Achievement 2,33 Explorers 33 Y-Teens
l,2Q Secretary 2.
DECAP, JOSEPH R.
DECKER. MARY K.
DECRANE. JEFFREY A.
DEHAMER. PAMELA J.
DEJAEGHER. JOSEPH A. Homecoming Royalty 43
King 43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Football 1.
DELRIO. RAMON J.
DEMA Y. BRADLEY J.
DEMEYER. DANIEL A. Boys Basketball 1,23 Intra-
murals 33 Surf Club 4.
DENNIS. JASPER F.
DEPAEPE. SUSAN L.
DEPPE. LORI L.
DEPPE. RICHARD E.
DEPPE. STEPHEN J.
DERAMMELAERE, CHRIS B.
DERBY, DAVID D. Boys Basketball 132: Agribusi-
DESMET. CHERYL A. Girls Track 132,43 Girls Cross
Country 2,33 Basketball Cheerleader l,2,31 Wrestler-
etes 43 Trackettes 23 Lettermen's Club 43 Choir 1,23
Student Council 1,2,3,43 Class Secretary 1,2,3: WCS
President 43 Explorers 43 Y-Teens 1,23 President l,2.
DEWITT. RHONDA L. Girls Track 13 Wrestlerettes 43
Skyline 3,43 Child Care 3.
DICKINSON. CINDY K. Diversified Education 4: Ju-
nior Achievement 2.
DOBRINSKE. DOUG W. Boys Track l,2Q Boys Bas-
ketball l,23 Football l,2,3,43 Wrestling 43 Baseball 2,43
Lettermen's Club 43 Explorers 43 A.V. Worker 3.
DOOLEY. JIMMY B.
DRA VIS, SUSAN L. Wrestlerettes l,2,3,4Q Band
l,2,3,4Q Jazz Lab 3,43 Musicals 3,43 National Honor
Society 3,43 Junior Achievement 3: Explorers 3: Y-
DREWS. DOUGLAS D.
DUNCAN. BARBARA P.
DUNCAN, CHRISTOPHER P. Football 1.2: Boys Bas-
EAGLES. CHRISTINE R.
EARNEST. JOHN T.
EGGERICHS. ALLAN L.
EKLOF, ROGER G. A.V. Worker 3,43 Choir 1.
EMERY. KRISTEN L. Softball 1,23 Football Cheer-
leader 13 Choir 1,21 Wrestling Cheerleader 1,2.3,43
Trackettes 23 Y-Teens l,2.
EMMENDORFER, MICHELE A. Choir 13 Musical 13
Office Occupations 43 Junior Achievement 2,
ENGHOLM. CINDY M.
ERICKSON. DIANNE M.
ESPARZA. ROSELIND M. Child care 33 Attendance
Office Helper 33 Junior Achievement 2.
EVANS. ANNA S. Child Care 33 Attendance Office
EVANS, KEDRICK J. Boys Basketball 1,2,3,4.
FELLS. BRETT L.
FETTERER. MICHAEL A.
FIEBIG. RHONDA L. Girls Swimming 1,2,3,43 Letter-
mens Club l.2.3.4Z Child Care 43 Attendance Office
FIIYCH, TERRI L. Child Care 334.
FINDAHL. MARK D. Boys Tennis 2,3,43 Football
2,3,43 Lettermen's Club 43 Plays 13 Panther Players l.
FISH. AMY J.
FISHER. PAMELA S. Choir 33 Panther Players 3:
Child Care 3,43 General Office Helper 2,33 Attendance
Office Helper 23 Junior Achievement 1.
FLORES. ANGELICA M.
FLUEGEL, ROBIN K.
FOILES. MICHAEL A.
FOLTZ. LARRESA A. Girls Track 23 Girls Cross
Country 1,23 Office Occupations 43 General Office
Helper 23 Junior Achievement l,2.
FONGER. BRIAN K.
FREDERICK, CHARLES D.
FRIEND. MARK E.
FRUTOS. YOLANDA M.
GARCIA. STEPHEN D. Boys Track 1,23 Football 1,43
General Office Helper 13 Junior Achievement 2.
GARDNER, RONALD L. Boys Track 23 Football
1,2,43 Explorers 33 Band 1,2,3,4.
GARMAN. BROOK A. Football 4,
GETTY. PAMELA M. Wrestling Cheerleader 23 Wrest-
lerettes 13 Choir 1: Skyline 43 Y-Teens l,2.
GIBBON. SHELLY L. Girls Swimming l,2,3Q Choir
GOMEZ. RONALD A.
GONZALEZ. MIGUEL Boys Track l,2,4Q Boys Cross
Country l,2,3Q A.V. Worker 3,4.
GOODRICH. HAROLD D. Distributive Education 4.
GRAHAM. TRACEY J. Girls Swimming l,2.3,43 Soft-
ball 23 Trackettes 33 Lettermen's Club 3,43 Choir 13
GRAMLING. DANIEL E.
GRAMS. KIMBERLY R. Counseling Center Helper lg
Girls Cross Country lg Office Occupations 4.
GREEN. DENISE D.
GREEN. KATHY L.
GRIPP. HOWARD L.
GUINN. RABECCA R. Girls Track 1,43 Volleyball
Manager 13 Band l,2,3,4Q Child Care 33 Attendance
Office Helper 2.
GUNNEMAN. JILL R. Volleyball 13 Attendance Office
HAAR. TIMOTHY P.
HACKER. BRIAN L. Boys Track 13 Boys Tennis 23
Wrestling l,2: Football 1,2,3,43 Choir 2.
HAECHERL. MICHELLE L.
HAGERBAUMER. LEANNA K.
HAGERBAUMER. TERYL L.
HAHN. RICHARD P. Agri-business 3.4.
HANEY. KRISTI S.
HARDY. JACQUELINE L.
HARKER. BRADLEY A. Boys Basketball l,2,3,4.
HARRIS. LASHONDA L. Girls Basketball 1,23 Health
Occupations 3,41 Junior Achievement 1,2,33 Explor-
HARRIS. ROBIN L. Girls Swimming 1.2: Wrestler-
ettes 33 Band 126.96.36.199 Bandettes 3.4.
HART. CHRISTA I.
HARVEY. TIMOTHY J.
HA THCOCK, SHARI L. Junior Achievement 3.
HEALD. JO A.
HEATH. PAULA K.
HEIST. BRIAN D.
HEMMINGSON. SARA E. Wrestlerettes 1.2
HEMPHILL. JAMES S.
HENDERSON, ANGELA K. Choir 12.3.43 Child Care
HENRICHS. JULIE A.
HERBERT. TODD E.
HERBST. RICHARD D.
HERNANDEZ. CA THY L.
HERRERA. NORBERT Boys Swimming 13 Junior
Achievement 21 Spanish National Honor Society.
HIGNIGHT. KENNETH N. Boys Track 23 Football
HINES, DANA L.Choir 12.3.43 Musicals 1.23 Panther
HIPPLE. CATHERINE J. Wrestlerettes 12.3.43 Band
188.8.131.52 Jazz Lab 3.4: Plays 1.23 Musical 184.108.40.206 Pane
ther Players 12.3.43 National Honor Society 3.43 Trea'
surer 4: YfTeens 1.2.
HOFF, PATRICIA M. Explorers 3.
HOFSTETTER. SCOTT E.
HOLDER. RHONDA L.
HOLMES, CHRISTINE D. Health Occupations 3.
HONERT. DEANNA M. Track Girls Track 123 Girls
Tennis 12.3.43 Wrestlerettes 1.2: Trackettes 1.23 ln-
tramurals 3: Choir 220.127.116.11 l.ettermen's Club 3.4.
HOPKINS, JAMES R. Boys Track li Boys Basketball
2.43 Football 133,43 lntramurals 33 l.ettermen's Club 43
Choir 13 A.V. Worker 4.
HORST. SANCHIA A. Girls Swimming 3.4: Letter-
men's Club 3.43 Orchesis 3.43 Plays 12.3.43 Musicals
12.3.43 Speech Club 2.3.41 Panther Players l.2.3.4Q
Key 3.43 Rifle Club 12.3.4.
HOSTE, AARON Choir 13 National Honor Society
3.43 Junior Rotarian 43 Explorers 2.
HUBBARD, LOYD T, Football 12.3.41 Lettermens
Club 3.4: Choir 1.
HUFFORD. LAURIE M. Girls Track 13 Wrestlerettes
123 Plays 1.23 Panther Players 123 Skyline 2.33 Health
Occupations 33 General Office Helper 1.
HUGHES. DALE L.
HUGHES. TIMOTHY O. Boys Basketball 12.3.4
HUNSINGER, LYNN M. Girls Track 13 Girls Cross
Country 23 Choir 13 Plays l.2.31 Musicals 12.33 Pan-
ther Players 123 Skyline 2.33 Health Occupations 3.43
Junior Achievement 2.3.
HUNT. DA VID A.
HUNT. KRISTINE M.
HUNTER, PETER J. Homecoming Royalty 43 Prince
HUNTER, TIMOTHY S.
HUTCHINSON. JULIE L. Wrestlerettes 3.43 National
Honor Society 3.4.
INSKEEP. JAMIE D.
- Senior Directory
JACKSON, JON A.
JACKSON, MONICA L. Diversified Education 43 At
tendance Office Helper 33 Junior Achievement 3
JAMES. LISA M. Girls Track 1.3. Girls Cross Country
1.2. Choir 1.21 Child Care 4.
JANNES. JONATHAN A. Boys Basketball 12.3.41
Boys Golf 3.4.
JA Y, DA VID A. Boys Basketball 121 Baseball 1.2.4.
JETER. CHRISTINA L. Plays 1.2.3341 Musical
l.2.3.4g Panther Players 12.3.43 National Honor Soci'
JETT. KANDYE K.
JIMENEZ. LUIZ F. E. M. Silvis Soccer Club 12.3.4
JOHNSON. BRADLY W.
KA TZENBURGER. SHELLEY L. Choir 1.2.31 National
Honor Society 3: Junior Achievement 2.3.4
KAVE. TRACY L. Track 2: Volleyball 13 Choir l:
Orchesis 33 Plays 2: Panther Players 1.2.
KELLEY, JERRY R.
KERN. ROBERT L.
KETELSEN. ROSS J.
KETTERING, VALKRIE L. Child Care 43 Counselling
Center Helper 2.3.4
KIPP. ELIZABETH K. Tennis 12.3.43 Wrestlerettes
l.2.3.43 Lettermens Club 3.43 Choir l3 Student Coun'
cil 4: Treasurer 3.4: Skyline 2.3.41 Co-Editor 3.4: Na'
tional Honor Society 3.4: Junior Achievement 2.3.4.
KIPP. JEFFREY J. Tennis 12.3.43 Plays 2.3.41Musi'
cal 2.3.41 Skyline 18.104.22.168 Head Photographer 2.3.43
Peter Hunter listens attentively to
JOHNSON. DURWIN L.
JOHNSON, JAMES A. Swimming 12.3.43 Football
13 lntramurals 33 Junior Achievement 2.33 Explorers
JOHNSON. KIMBERLY R. Child Care 3.43 Atten-
dence Office Helper 1.
JONES. JOE L. JR.
JORDAN, TRACI L.
KACHEVAS. GUST P.
KAHLEY. KEVIN M.
KANNING. PATRICIA D. Cross Country 43 Basket'
ball l.2.3.43 Softball 12.3.43 Volleyball 13 l.ettermen's
Club 22.214.171.124 Y-Teens 1.
KARSENS. DANIEL J.
his government teacher.
Junior Achievement 23 Explorers 3
KIZER, WENDY S.
KLOUSER, DAN P.
KNOUSE, KA THRYN L. Wrestlerettes 126.96.36.199 Choir
188.8.131.52 Plays 12.3.43 Musical 23 Panther Players
184.108.40.206 Secretary 43 Speech Club 1,23 National Honor
Society 3.43 Junior Achievement 2.3.43 Explorers 3.4:
KOON. STEVE A. Football 1.
KRANTZ. CHERLY L. Basketball 12.3.43 Softball
220.127.116.11 Volleyball 12.3.43 Lettermen's Club 4.
KUSHMER. MICHAEL C.
LACK. ROBERTM. Track 18.104.22.168 Basketball 1gFoot'
LAMB. SCOTT A. Football l,2,45 Wrestling l.
LANGY, ALYSIA R.
LARISON. GREGORY T. Football l,2,3,45 Baseball
2,45 Lettermen's 3,4.
LARSON. JEFFREY A.
LA TKO. RONALD E. Baseball l,2,35 Lettermen's
Club 3,45 Key 2,3,45 Photo Editor 4.
LA WSON. ANN M.
LAXY, THERESA L.
LAY. KARIN A.
LA YMAN, LENA F.
LA YNE. CINDY M.
LE. NGOAN N.
LEBLANC, ROCHELLE A. Football cheerleader
l,2,3,45 Basketball Cheerleader l,35 Wrestling Cheer-
leader 25 Choir l,2,3,45 Orchesis 45 Student Council
2,3,45 Secretary 45 Homecoming Royalty 45 Queen 4.
LEDEZMA, KIMBERLEE A. Basketball lg Tennis 3.
LEEDOM, DOUGLAS W.
LEFEVRE. JOHN C. Boys Cross Country l,25 Basket-
ball l5 Football 45 Intramurals 2,35 Lettermen's Club 45
Student Council 3,45 Homecoming Royalty 45 Ski
LEFTWICH. ANGELA D. Track lg Distributive Educa-
LEIBOVITZ, CHRISTOPHER Track l,2,35 Basketball
l5 Football l,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Letterman's Club
3,45 Student Council 3,45 Class Officer Vice President
LEONARD. WENDY J. Football Cheerleader 2,3,45
Basketball Cheerleader l,2,35 Homecoming Royalty 4.
LIETZOW, VICKI L. Choir l.
LIGGETT. JILL A. Softball l,2,3,45 Volleyball l,25
Wrestling Cheerleader l5 Wrestlerettes 2,3,45 Choir
l,25 Health Occupations 45 Child care 3.
LIGONS. KIMBERLY Y.
LODING, ANTHONY C.
LOFGREN. TRACY F. Pete the Panther 2,3,45 Letter-
man's Club 45 Choir l5 Student Council l,2,3,45 Vice
President 45 Class President 2,45 Y-Teens 2.
LORANCE. ANNETTE A.
LORIMER. NANCY A. Wrestlerettes 35 Choir 1,25
Counseling Center Helper l,2,3,4.
LOWDER, LISA A.
LUCAS, BRENDA L. Track l5 Bowling l5 Counseling
Center Helper 3.
MADDEN, ROXANNE K.
MAHAN. LISA C.
MALONE, DA VID M. Track l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45
Intramurals 35 Lettermen's Club 4.
MANN. STEVEN G. Band l,2,3,4: Jazz Lab 2,45 Pan-
ther Players l,25 Homecoming Royalty 4.
MARGIS. ALLEN P. Swimming 3.
MARKLE. MARCIA R. Track l,2,3,45 Cross Country
2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 National
Honor Society 3,45 General Office Helper 3.
MARSHALL. DONNA M. Health Occupations 35
Child Care 3.
MARTEL. MELISSA L.
MARTIN. CHARLES L.
MASCARI, ROCCI A.
MASIAS. MARY V.
MASSA. MARK A. Cross Country 35 Football l,25
Wrestling l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,4.
MA WSON. JAMES E.
MAY. JULIE E. Distributive Education 3.
MA YHUGH, MICHELLE A.
MCBRIDE. LORI A.
MCBURNEY, PETER A. Plays l,2,3,45 Musical
l,2,3,45 Panther Players l,2,3,45 Rifle Club l,2,3,4.
MCCABE. KRISTEN A. Choir l,
MCCRA W. GARY D.
MCCRA Y, CEDRIC L.
MCCRA Y. TROY J.
MCDANEL. JEFFERY G.
MCDANEL. SCOTT R. Track 45 Football l,45 Wres-
tling 2,3,45 Baseball l,25 Lettermen's Club 45 Choir l.
MCENIRY. SUSAN E.
MCGEE. CONNIE A.
MCINTOSH. CINDY S.
MCNALLEY, SCOTT A.
MEDLEY. ROBERT D.
MEIER. KAREN M. Track 25 Basketball l,25 Ciolf l5
Lettermen's Club 35 Softball l,35 Choir l,2,3.
MEINHOLDT. ELIZABETH A.
MEYER, JEFFREY L. Wrestling l,35 Tennis 2,35 Ski
MICHAELS. KARLA J. Hero 45 General Office Helper
45 Attendance Office Helper 3,4.
MICHEL. DONNIS L. Wrestlerettes 45 Child Care 3,45
Counseling Center Helper l.
MILETICH, TINA M. Cross Country 45 Basketball l,25
Softball l5 Volleyball l,2,35 Student Council l,2,35
Choir l,25 Class Officer-Treasurer lg Homecoming
Royalty 45 Explorers 4.
MILLER. MICHEAL S. Track l5 Cross Country l,2,35
MILLER. MICHELLE K.
MILLER, SHELLY A.
MILLETT. STEVEN M. Track l,3,45 Football l,2,3,45
Wrestling l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 4,
MINER. KIM A. Band l5 ConcertfMarching 2,3,4.
MITTON. DWA YNE E.
MITTON. JINA K. Distributive Education-Treasurer
3,45 Food Service 35 Child Care 45 Attendance Office
MODEN. MARY E.
MOHR. BRIAN R.
MOHR. KELLEY J.
MONTERASTELLI. RAYMOND Track5 Football
l,2,3,45 Wrestling l,2,35 Lettermen's Club 45 Home-
coming Royalty 4.
MOORE. DONALD W. Basketball 2,45 Swimming 25
Football l,2,3,45 Wrestling l5 Baseball 2,45 Letter-
men's Club 45 Explorers 4.
MORENO. MARLENE Girls Track l,25 Cross Country
2,35 Junior Achievement l5 Explorers 2.
MORITZ. NANCY K.
MORRIS, GARY L. Intramurals 35 East Moline-Silvis
Soccer Club l,2.
MORRIS. KELLY C. Choir l,3,45 Orchesis 35 Plays
l,2,3,45 Musical l,2,35 Panther Players l,2,35 Speech
Club 1.2.32 Skyline 25 Junior Achievement 3.
MORROW, KEVIN E.
MORSE. LINDA R.
MUETING. LAURIE E.
MUMMA. DA VID B. Boy's Basketball l,2,3,45 Foot-
ball l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Choir l.
MUNDT. LISA S. Volleyball l5 Band l,2,35 Plays l5
Panther Players l5 A. V. Worker 4.
MUNDT. WILLIAM H.
MUNOZ. DA VID
MURRA Y, SCOTT A.
NASH. ROBERT E Tennis l,25 BMX Racing l,2,3,4.
NELSON, JAMES R. Football l,2,35 Wrestling l,2,3.
NELSON, MERLIN A. JR.
NOEL. PAMUELA R. Choir l5 Office Occupations 45
Attendance Office Helper 2.
NORD. RHONDA L.
NYE. LISA K. Track l,25 Cross Country 25 Letter-
men's Club 3,45 Y-Teens l,
OGBURN, LASA M.
OGLE, SUSAN K. Golf l,2,3,45 Office Occupations 45
Homecoming Royalty 4,
OHLSEN. THOMAS E. Track l5 Basketball l,35 Golf
2,3,45 Baseball 25 Junior Achievement l.
OLE. K. V.
OLSON. BRADLEY P.
OLSON. BRIAN J. Football l.
OLSON. CARI L.
OLSON. TOBY J. Track 3,45 Wrestling l,25 Letter-
men's Club 45 Junior Achievement 2,3,4.
OMEARA. RONALD J.
ONEIL. RONDA E.
OSTROWSKI. WILLIAM R.
Sara Hemmingson gets advice about college from counselor Rob Watters.
PALLOCK. DENISEA. Choir l,2,3,45 Junior Achieve-
PALMA TEER. MICHAEL D. Tennis 25 Choir 25 Junior
Achievement 35 Explorers 45 Diving Team 4.
PALMERSHEIM. CYNTHIA J. Choir l,2,3,4.
PALOS. KARYN L.
PANKEY, CASANDRA D.
PARKHURST. CHARLES D.
PARKS. MARK J. Wrestling l,2,35 Junior Achieve-
ment 25 Explorers 2.
PASLEY, MICHAEL C.
PA TTEN, FAIRLIN L. A. V. Worker 3,45 Explorers 4.
PAXSON. JULIE A. Wrestling Cheerleader 25 Wrest-
lerettes lg Band l,2,3,45 Choir lg Attendance Office
Helper 45 Explorer 3,4.
PENCA. MARY ANN Wrestlerettes 3,45 Choir l.
PERKINS, NANCY A. Band l.2,3,45 Health Occupa-
PETTIE. DANNY L.
PETTYJOHN. JANA L. Tennis lg Student Council
l,25 Class President 15 Y-Teens 2.
PHAN, THANH D.
PHELPS. DERRICA D. Track I5 Basketball 25 Choir
PHILLIPS. ROBERT D.
PURVIS. ANGELA Swimming 1,25 Choir I5 Office
PIPER. JOE TTE R.
PITTMAN. GERALD H. Swimming l5 Band l,2,3,45
Distributive Education 4.
PLA TT, STEVE C.
POEL VOORDE, ANNETTE K. Football Cheerleader
1,25 Basketball Cheerleader lg Homecoming Royalty
45 Explorers 3.
POLITE. KIMBERLY Child Care 3,
POLLENTIER, DARRYN J.
POPP. JULIE A.
PRA TT. DA WN R.
PROVORSE, DANIEL R.
PYLES. GARY L.
RAMOS, JOSEPH R.
RANGEL. GREGORY S. Football l,2.
RANGEL. TROY T. Jazz Lab 2,3,4.
RASSO. MICHAEL S.
RAUSCH. JODY A. Choir l,2,3,45 Homecoming Roy-
alty 45 Junior Achievement 2,3.
REDDIG. JEFFERY H. A. V. Worker 45 Junior
Achievement l,2,3,45 Explorers 4.
REYNOLDS. WILLIAM M.
RHODES. LEONARD w.
RICE, STEVEN F.
RICE. THOMAS J. Football 12,3545 Wrestling 25
Baseball l,2,3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Lettermen's Club
3,45 Vice President 45 Student Council 45 Homecom-
ing Royalty 4.
RICHMOND. LOREN L.
RILEY. JENNIFER L.
ROBERTSON. JERALD D.
RODGERS. JEFFERY A.
RODGERS. JERRY R. Wrestling l5 A. V. Worker 3,4.
RODGERS. RANDALL S.
242 Senior Directory
RODRIGUEZ. HUMBERTO Track l5 Cross Country
25 Baseball 2,3,4.
ROSE, LISA R.
ROSS. JAY C. Tennis 25 Plays l,2,3,4g Musical
l,2,3,45 Panther Players l,25 Speech Club lg Explor-
RUMPH, MARCIA D.
RUST. DARRIN M.
SAMUELS, ADRIAN D.
SANDERS, DOUGLAS W. A. V. Worker 4.
SANDOVAL. JILL M.
SANDOVAL. JOHN M.
SATTERLY, TIM E.
SCHAEFFER. BRETT C. lntramurals 35 Ski Club 4.
SCHERSCHEL. DEAN W.
SCHILLING. KURT A.
SCHOCH. PATSY J. Bowling 45 Lettermen's Club 45
Choir l,2,35 Counseling Center Helper 45 Attendance
Office Helper 3.
SCHOCH, PENNY E. Choir l,2,3,45 Counseling Cen-
ter Helper 45 General Office Helper 2.35 Attendance
Office Helper 2,35 Junior Achievement 4.
SCHULTE, ERIK V.
SEAGO. TIMOTHY A.
SEAMAN. GEORGE M.
SELLERS, RICHARD E.
SEWELL. LISA A.
SHAFFER. DORI E.
SHEEHAN, JERRI L.
SHEFFLER. CASEY D. Track lg Cross Country 25
Wrestling l5 Intramurals 2,35 Diversified Education 45
A.V. Worker 45 Explorers l.
SIEVERS. JOHN A. Junior Rotarian 45 Office Occu-
pations 45 Junior Achievement 2,3,4.
SIMS. MONTE J.
SIVELS. KEVIN B.
SKAGGS. JULIE A. Orchesis 45 Counseling Center
Helper 4. Attendance Office Helper 4.
SLAVISH. ALAN L. Junior Achievement l.
SLETTEN, DARRELL V.
SMALL. DEBRA L.
SMITH. BETTY A. Explorers 3. Hero 3,4.
SMITH, KATHY S.
SMITH. STACEY D. Basketball l,2,3,45 Lettermen's
Club 3,45 Choir l,2.
SMITH. TIMOTHY J.
SMITH. WENDY G.
SOLIZ. MARY ESTHER Choir lg Skyline 45 Spanish
National Honor Society 2.
SOLIZ. PHILLIP T.
SOLOMON. KRISTIE L.
SORRELL. KEVIN L. A. V. Worker 3,4.
SPARROW. JEANETTE D. Choir l,2,3,45 Explorers
SPEARS. GERALD JR.
SPENCER. TINA M. Track I5 Choir l5 Plays l5 Musi-
cal l,25 Panther Players 1,25 A. V. Worker 45 Counsel-
ing Center Helper 2,35 General Office Helper 45 Atten-
dance Office Helper 35 Junior Achievement 2.
SPIEGEL. JAMES R.
STANDAERT. BRIAN J. Basketball l5 Golf l,2,35
Baseball 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Explorers l,2.
STANLAKE. DA WN M. Track 15 Bowling 3,45 Volley-
ball l,25 Choir l,25 National Honor Society 3,45 Junior
STEFFENSON, RONALD M. Swimming l,2,3,4.
STEVENS. CINDY L. General Office Helper 4.
STIEGEL, ANDREA L.
STOPOULOS. NICOLE M. Choir l,2,3,45 Plays 2,3,45
Musical 2,3,45 Panther Players 2,3,45 Secretary 45
Speech Club 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Junior
Achievement 2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3: Vice President 35
STREA T. MICHAEL W.
STREET, BRIAN R.
STREIGHT. THOMAS E.
SUTTON. MICHAEL R. Wrestling l,25 Homecoming
SWANSON. JOHN H. A. V. Worker 4.
TAETS. JULIE L. Bowling l,2,3,45 Volleyball lg Let-
termen's Club 2,3,45 Choir l,2,3,45 Plays 35 Musical 35
Panther Players 3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Ju-
nior Achievement 2,3,45 Explorers 25 Y-Teens 1,25
TAGUE, JODY A.
TALAK. JEFFREY A. Basketball l,2,3,45 A. V. Work-
TALLEY. JAY A. Track l.25 Basketball l,2,3.45 Let-
termen's Club 2,3,45 President 4.
TA TE. ROY C.
TA YLOR. APRIL D. Wrestlerettes l,2,3,45 V-Teen l.
TERRONEZ. PAULINE E.
TERRY, VICKI L. Diversified Education 45 General
Office Helper l.
THOMPSON, ALAN K.
THOMPSON, CHRISTINE L.
THOMPSON. MICHAEL J.
THOMPSON, MICHELLE L. Child Care 4.
THOMPSON. TRACY A.
THORNGREN. PAUL N.
Sanchia Horst cleans out her locker before
THURMAN. SERENA C.
TITTSWORTH. DEBORAH A.
TITUS. JAMIE S. Track l3 Football Cheerleader
l,2,3,43 Basketball Cheerleader l,2,3,43 Lettermen's
Club 43 Choir l3 Student Council 2,3,43 President 43
Class Treasurer 23l'tlational Honor Society 3,43 Home-
coming Royalty 43 Princess 43 Explorers 23 Y-Teens
TOLAND. ALICIA A.
TRISTAN, BELINDA Child Care 3,43 Junior Achieve-
ment l3 Explorers 4,
TROUT. TODD M.
UNDERWOOD. MARK D. Health Occupations 3.
UTTER. ALAN S.
VALDEZ. JUANITA I.
VANDEHEEDE. JILL M.
VANHECKE, JAMES A.
VANVOOREN. LYNETTE A. Swimming 233,43 Track-
ettes 23 Lettermen's Club 3,43 Diversified Education
VERHEECKE. PENNY S.
VERLINDEN. JON A. Track l,3,41 Football l,2,3,4.
VERMEIRE. JAMES R.
VERSLUYS. JEFFERY K.
VERSTRAETE. MARILYN L. Bowling l,2,3,43 Letter-
men's Club 3,43 Office Occupation 4.
VINER, DEBRA A. Wrestlerettes 33 Choir l,33 Atten-
dance Office Helper 3,4.
VINZANT. CHAD D. Lettermen's Club 233,43 Tennis
l,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Junior Rotarian
43 Homecoming Royalty 4.
VITTORI. ROXANE L. Wrestling Cheerleader l3
Wrestlerettes 3,43 Skyline 3,43 Co-Editor 43 National
Honor Society 3,43 Secretary 43 General Office Helper
l3 Explorers 23 Y-Teens l.
VOORHIS. JEFFERY S. Choir l,2,3,4: Diversified
Education 43 General Office Helper 43 Attendance
Office Helper 43 Junior Achievement 2.
VYNCKE. DEBRA K. Girls Track l3 Softball 23 Volley-
ball l,2,3,4Q Basketball l,2,3,4Q Lettermen's Club 43
Band l,23 Student Council l,2,3,43 Class Vice Presi-
dent 23 Secretary 43 Attendance Office Helper 2.
WAEYAERT. DEBRA C. Softball l,23 Volleyball
2,3,4Q Football Cheerleader l3 Wrestling Cheerleader
l,2,33 Lettermen's Club 43 Treasurer3 Homecoming
Royalty 43 Y-Teens l.
WALES. DA WN K. Wrestlerettes 43 Panther Players
l,2,3,4Q General Office Helper l,23 Junior Achieve-
WALTON. DA WN J.
WALTON. LA TRES A.
WARD, CHRIS A.
WARD. GRANT fl.
WARD. MARK A.
Jina Mitton checks with a friend about an assignment.
WARD. MICHAEL S.
WARE, WILLIAM J.
WASSELL. WARREN G.
WATSON. KORI A. Choir l,23 Child Care 33 Junior
Achievement 23 Explorers 4.
WATSON. LYTONYA J.
WA TTERS. RONALD G.
WEINTRAUT. BARBARA J.
WELCH. JAMES O. JR.
WELLS. KAMMY A.
WELSHHONS. RONALD L. Rifle Club l,2,3,4,
WESSEL. AMY L.
WHIPPLE. HARVEY D.
WHIPPLE. LISA M.
WHITE. JANNE M.
WICKERSHAM. JOHN W.
WIEGEL. FRANCIE L. Girls Track l3 Football Cheer-
leader l,2,3,43 Basketbell Cheerleader l,2,33 Choir
l,2,3,43 General Office Helper 4.
WILKINSON. DANIEL G. Wrestling l3 Boys Cross
WILSON. CHRISTINA L. Child Care 33 Counseling
Center Helper 23 Attendance Office Helper 4.
WINCHESTER. ROGER W. Choir 23 General Office
Helper 33 Attendance Office Helper 33 Vocational
WINGLER. LISA A.
WINTHURST. CHERYL A.
WISHMEYER. RHONDA K.
WITMER. REBECCA A. Choir l,2,3Q Panther Players
132,43 Junior Achievement 2,3.
WOLD, TRACY L.
WOLF. AMY L.
WOLVERTON. LEE R.
WOODS. DANIEL A. Football l,2,3,4.
WORRELL. PETER J. Plays l,2,3,43 Panther Players
l,2,3,43 A.V. Worker 43 Rifle Club l,23 Junior Achieve-
YERKEY. DERRICK L.
ZAPATA. ANNA M. Wrestling Cheerleader l,3,4Q
Girls Cross Country l,3.
ZBLESKI. RONALD R. Football l,23 Wrestling l.
ZMUDA. PATRICIA A. Girls Basketball l,23 Girls
Tennis l,2,3,43 Intramurals 33 Lettermen's Club 3,43
National Honor Society 3,43 Homecoming Royalty 43
Spanish National Honor Society 3,43 President 3.
Boyd, Jr., Alex
These male "cheerleaders" show they can provide some competition for our
244 -S index
De Grauwe, Michele
Degrande Jr., Arthur
Evans, Frank Jr.
Foster, Howard S Cat
Hanske Jr,, Robert
Jones, Edward Jr.
Mihalopoulos, A r' rxir
Parkhurst, Vincent Telleen, Joanne
Sedam, Artis Jr.
later, Daniel 1
Adams, Jesse 128, 238
Adlfinger, Albert 18, 238
Aguirre, Rebecca 134, 141 18, 136,
Ainslie, Daniel 238
Alaniz, Ruben 18, 178, 238
Ales, Linda 134, 18, 238
Allensworth, Michelle 134, 145, 18,
Amador, Kirk 18, 116, 238, 256
Anderson Billie 145, 18, 238
Anderson, Douglas 18, 238
Anderson lrene 19, 128, 238
Anderson, James 19, 238
Anderson, Jeffery 19, 238
Anderson, Milton 19, 238
Caleo, Janice 22, 238, 206
Camp, Jessie 22, 238
Campbell, Rhonda 22, 238
Carey, Kelly 134, 141, 22, 112, 238.
Carr, Tina 128, 238
Causemaker, Karlene 22, 238
Cervantes, Rick 23, 112, 238, 200,
Chanay, Lori 238, 133, 134, 135,
141, 23, 122, 112,124, 125,61
Chandler, Denise 25, 173, 238
Charlson, James 23, 238
Chatman, Devlin 238
Cheffer, Cynthia 238
Clark, Charles 14, 238, 62
Tyler Jr., Theodore
Watters Jr., Robert
Woller Jr., Fred
Andrew, John 19, 238
Anton, Elizabeth 19, 28, 238
Arch, Dorinda 19, 238
Arvanitis, George 145, 19, 238
Atwater, Rebella 19, 238, 62, 120
Atwell, Dean 238, 211
Ayala, Amelia 19, 238
Baker, Daryl 238
Baker, Jennifer 19, 238
Ball, Kelli 19, 238, 60
Ballard, Marion 126, 238
Balluff, Mark 19, 238
Banks, Brent 19, 238
Barnes, Tony 19, 194, 238, 211
Barr, Michael 19, 178, 238
Bartsch, Eric 141, 20, 238
Batye, Paula 20, 238
Beasley, Mark 238
Beaver, Todd 20, 238
Beckman, Laura 134, 144, 145, 20,
112, 238, 60
Beedlow, Michael 145, 19, 25, 238
Behymer, Eric 5, 145, 20, 238, 146
Bell, Charles Jr. 238
Bergevin, David Jr. 134, 20, 145, 59
112, 238, 60
Berry, Eric 20, 145, 238
Bert, Kathleen 20, 238
Berthoud, Dawn 20, 238
Betcher, Julie 20, 157, 238
Beverlin, Mark 20, 238
Billings, Kristine 20, 238
Bivens, Alfred 128, 238
Blake, Dawn 20, 157, 238
Bokros, Lori 20, 112, 190, 238, 60,
Bond, Tamara 20, 112, 238
Bost, Pamela 182, 21, 238, 198, 114
Boughton, James 238
Bramucci, Patrick 21, 112, 238
Brand, Brenda 21, 238
Braud, Charlotte 133, 134, 140, 141,
Bray, Charles 21, 112, 190, 238, 61,
Brewer, Edward 21, 238
Brown, Richard 21, 128, 238
Buckley, Kimberly 21, 238
Bui, Tuan 21, 238
Bull, Dean 21, 238
Burklund, Brad 21, 178, 238, 200,
Burnett, David 238
Burns, Julie 14, 21, 238, 114
Burrell, Kimberly 118, 22, 157, 238.
Burton, Cheryl 128, 238
Bushnell, Kenneth 22, 238
Cacari, Christopher 22, 238
Calderon, Christopher 118, 22, 238
Caldwell, Michele 22, 238
Caldwell, Tina 238
Clark, Stephen 23, 238
Clark, Tina 23, 238, 120
Clark, Wayne 23, 178, 238, 200
Clark, William 134, 141, 23, 178, 238
Classen, Lisa 23, 238
Clay, Paula 23, 238, 61
Clemmons, Andrea 23, 126, 238
Cole, Charles 23, 238
Cole, Tracy 54, 55, 238
Coleman, Roberta 23, 238
Collins, Denise 23, 238
Collins, James 24, 128, 238, 200, 201
Cook, Michelle 24, 238
Cornell, David 238
Correa, Guadalupe 24, 145, 238
Cosgrove, Nancy 141, 24, 112, 238
Cox, James 134, 24, 33, 124, 238
Crabtree, Steven 24, 238, 200, 201,
Crain, Rhonda 24, 26, 238
Crimmins, Timothy 24, 238
Cronkleton, Peggy 24, 238
Cross, Melody 24, 126, 238, 220
Cumberwroth, Charlotte 24, 157, 238
Daniels, Julie 24, 238
Danner, Shanna 24, 238
Darr, David 238
Davidson, Suntuk 173, 238
Davila, Alma 24, 123, 174, 59, 238,
Davis, James 141, 24, 169, 178, 238
Davison, Andrea 25, 112, 238, 60
Decap, Joseph 25, 238
Decker, Mary 184, 25, 238, 212, 120
Decrane, Jeffrey 25, 238
Deffenbaugh, Doug 25
Dehamer, Pamela 25, 238
Dejaegher, Joseph 10, 11, 14, 25,
194, 238, 63
Delrio, Ramon 25, 238
Demay, Bradley 25, 178, 238, 200
Demeyer, Daniel 25, 238
Dennis, Jasper 25, 238
Depaepe, Susan 25, 126, 238, 220
Deppe, Lori 25, 136, 238
Deppe, Richard 238
Deppe, Stephen 238
Derammelaere, Chris 26, 238
Derby, David 238
Desmet, Cheryl 26, 238, 212, 120
Dewitt, Rhonda 26, 116, 127, 172.
189, 238, 129, 214, 215, 213, 256.
Dickinson, Cindy 26, 128, 238
Dobereiner, Christopher 26, 194, 238
Dobrinske, Doug 26, 178, 238, 200
Dooley, Jimmy 26, 238
Dravis, Susan 134, 145, 26, 112, 238
60, 213, 212, 220
Drews, Douglas 26, 238
Duncan, Barbara 26, 238
Duncan, Christopher 26, 238
Kimberly 33, 238
246 - In
Eagles, Christine 27, 238
Earnest, John 27, 238
Eggerichs, Allan 27, 238
Eklof, Roger 238
Emery, Kristen 27, 238, 204, 120
Emmendorfer, Michele 27, 126, 238,
Engholm, Cindy 27, 238
Erickson, Dianne 27, 157, 238
Esparza, Roselind 27, 238, 220
Evans, Anna 27, 238
Evans, Kedrick 27, 238, 211
Fells, Brett 27, 128, 238
Fetterer, Michael 27, 238
Fiebig, Rhonda 27, 190, 238, 120
Finch, Terri 27, 238
Findahl, Mark 27, 45, 178, 238, 206
Fish, Amy 28, 238
Fisher, Pamela 28, 238
Flores, Angelica 28, 238
Fluegel, Robin 238
Foiles, Michael 28, 238
Foltz, Larresa 28, 126, 238
Fonger, Brian 28, 238
Frederick, Charles 28, 238
Friend, Mark 238
Frutos, Yolanda 28, 238
Gann, Rhonda 28
Garcia, Stephen 28, 178, 112, 238
Gardner, Ronald 145, 28, 178, 238
Garman, Brook 28, 178, 238
Garrett, Paula 28
Getty, Pamela 28, 116, 123, 174, 59,
Gibbon, Shelly 141, 28, 238
Gomez, Ronald 28, 238
Gonzalez, Miguel 238
Goodrich, Harold 29, 238
Graham, Tracey 29, 190, 238, 120
Gramling, Daniel 29, 238
Grams, Kimberly 29, 238
Green, Denise 29, 238
Green, Kathy 145, 29, 157, 238, 212
Gripp, Howard 29, 238
Guinn, Rabecca 29, 145, 238
Gunneman, Jill 29, 58, 238
Haar, Timothy 145, 29, 238
Hacker, Brian 29, 55, 178, 238
Haecherl, Michelle 126, 238, 220
Hagerbaumer, Leanna 54, 238
Hagerbaumer, Teryl 54, 238
Hahn, Richard 29, 238
Haney, Kristi 30, 238
Hang, Houa 238
Hardy, Jacqueline 238
Harker, Bradley 30, 194, 238
Harris, Lashonda 30, 126, 238
Harris, Robin 145, 30, 238
Hart, Christa 184, 30, 126, 238, 114
Harvey, Timothy 30, 238
Hathcock, Shari 30, 238
Heald, Jo 30, 128, 157, 238
Heath, Paula 30, 126, 238
Heist, Brian 238
Hemmingson, Sara 30, 238, 241
Hemphill, James 31, 238
Henderson, Angela 141, 31, 238
Henrichs, Julie 31, 126, 238
Herbert, Todd 238
Herbst, Richard 31, 238
Hernandez, Cathy 31, 128, 238, 220
Herrera, Norbert 31, 112, 238
Hignight, Kenneth 31, 238, 120
Hines, Dana 141, 31, 238
Hipple, Catherine 134, 144, 145, 31,
112, 238, 212, 220
Hoff, Patricia 31, 238
Hofstetter, Scott 31, 238
Holder, Rhonda 31, 126, 238
Holmes, Christine 31, 238
Honert, Deanna 141, 31, 238, 62,
120, 206, 207
Hopkins, James 178, 194, 238
Horst, Sanchia 134, 31, 122, 124,
190, 191, 242, 238, 138, 62, 120
Hoste, Aaron 31, 112, 238, 60
Hubbard, Loyd 178, 112, 238
Hufford, Laurie 32, 238
Hughes, Dale 32, 112, 238
Hughes, Timothy 32, 194, 238
Hunsinger, Lynn 32, 126, 238
Hunt, David 32, 128, 238
Hunt, Kristine 141, 32, 238
Hunter, Peter 11, 14, 132, 240, 238
Hunter, Timothy 32, 238
Hutchinson, Julie 32, 112, 238 61,
lnskeep, Jamie 238
Jackson, Jon 32, 238
Jackson, Monica 32, 128, 238
James, Lisa 32, 238
Jannes, Jonathan 14, 32, 188, 189,
194, 238, 62
Jay, David 32, 238
Jeter, Christina 33, 112, 124, 238
Jett, Kandye 33, 126, 238
Jimenez, Luis 33, 238
Johnson, Bradley 145, 33, 238
Johnson Durwin 33, 238
Johnson James 33, 190, 238
Jones, Joe Jr. 33, 238
Jordan, Traci 238
Kachevas, Gust 33, 238
Kahley, Kevin 33, 128, 238
Kanning, Patricia 33, 187, 192, 238,
62, 208, 120
Karstens, Daniel 178, 238
Katzenburger, Shelley 33, 169, 238
Kave, Tracy 34, 238
Kelley, Jerry 34, 238
Kern, Robert 34, 238
Ketelsen, Ross 34, 238
Kettering, Valkrie 34, 157, 238, 212
Killingsworth, Darren 34
Kincaid, Brian 34
Kipp, Douglas 34
Kipp, Elizabeth 34, 116, 117, 112,
238, 60, 115, 114, 256, 212, 62,
220, 120, 207
Kipp, Jeffrey 5, 34, 89, 116, 117,
238, 256, 206, 207
Kizer, Wendy 134, 35, 238
Klouser, Dan 35, 128, 238
Knouse, Kathryn 3, 134, 141, 35,
112, 124, 238, 138, 61, 213, 212
Koon, Steve 238
Krantz, Cheryl 184, 35, 192, 238, 62,
Kushmer, Michael 145, 35, 238
Lack, Robert 35, 178, 238, 62
Lamb, Scott 35, 178, 238
Langy, Alysia 35, 238
Larison, Gregory 35, 179, 238
Larson, Jeffrey 35, 128, 238
Latko, Ronald 118, 35, 238
Lawson, Ann 35, 238, 238
Laxy, Theresa 35, 238
Lay, Karin 35, 238
Layman, Lena 35, 238
Layne, Cindy 35, 126, 238
Le, Ngoan 36, 238
Leblanc, Rochelle 182, 10, 11, 141,
36, 136, 238, 114
Ledezma, Kimberlee 36, 238
Lee, Ge 173, 238
Lee, Thai 36, 238
Leedom, Douglas 36, 128, 238
Lefevre, John 14, 36, 178, 238, 114,
Leftwich, Angela 36, 128, 238
Leibovitz, Christopher 36, 178, 179,
238, 200, 114, 62, 120
Leonard, Wendy 182, 5, 14, 36, 238
Lietzow, Vicki 36, 238
Liggett, Jill 36, 128, 238, 212
Ligons, Kimberly 36, 126, 238
Loding, Anthony 36, 238
Lofgren, Tracy 182, 13, 36, 238. 198,
Lorance, Annette 36, 238
Lorimer, Nancy 157, 238
Lowder, Lisa 126, 238, 220
Lucas, Brenda 37, 128, 238
Ly, Xiong 238
Madden, Roxanne 37, 238, 212
Mahan, Lisa 37, 126, 238
Malone, David 37, 178, 112, 238
Mann, Steven 14, 134, 145, 37, 238
Margis, Allen 37, 28, 238
Markle, Marcia 141, 37, 112, 238,
Marshall, Donna 238
Martel, Melissa 238
Martin, Charles 238
Mascari, Rocci 37, 238
Masias, Mary 37, 128, 238
Massa, Mark 37, 112, 238, 201, 61,
Mawson, James 37. 238
May, Julie 37, 126, 238
Mayhugh, Michelle 38, 128, 238
McBride, Lori 238
McBurney, Peter 134, 38
McCabe, Kristen 38, 128, 238
McCraw, Gary 38, 238
McCray, Cedric 238
McCray, Troy 3, 38, 238
McDanel, Jeffery 38, 238
McDanel, Scott 38, 179, 238, 200
Mceniry, Susan 184, 38, 126, 157,
McGee, Connie 38, 238
Mclntosh, Cindy 38, 238
McNalley, Scott 39, 238
Medley, Robert 145, 39, 238
Meier, Karen 39, 238
Meinholdt, Elizabeth 39, 238
Meyer, Jeffrey 5, 39, 238
Michaels, Karla 39, 157, 238
Michel, Donnis 39, 46, 238, 212
Miletich, Tina 14, 39, 187, 238
Miller, Micheal 39, 238
Miller, Michelle 39, 157, 238. 201,
Miller, Shelly 39, 238
Millett, Steven 39, 179, 238, 201
Miner, Kim 39, 238
Mitton, Dwayne 39, 238
Mitton, Jina 39, 128, 243, 238
Moden, Mary 39, 238
Mohr, Brian 40, 238, 62, 210, 211
Mohr, Kelley 40, 238
Monterastelli, Raymond 14, 35. 40,
178, 58, 238, 120
Moore, Donald 46, 178, 238, 120
Moreno, Marlene 40, 238. 220
Moritz, Nancy 128, 238
Morris, Gary 46, 238
Morris, Kelly 141, 40, 238
Morrow, Kevin 40, 238
Morse, Linda 40, 238
Mueting, Laurie 40, 238
Mumma, David 40, 178, 194, 238,
Mundt, Lisa 40, 238
Mundt, William 40, 238
David 40, 128, 238
Murray, Scott 40, 238
Nash, Robert 40, 238
Nelson, James 41, 238
Nelson, Merlin Jr. 118, 133, 134, 41
Noel, Pamuela 41, 126, 238
Nord, Rhonda 41, 128, 238
Nye, Lisa 41, 128, 238
Ochoa, Susanna 41, 128, 238
Ogburn, Lisa 41, 238
Ogle, Susan 14, 35, 41, 126, 158,
189, 238, 62
Ohlsen, Thomas 41, 188, 189, 238
Olsen, Ole 118, 41, 112, 238
Olson, Bradley 41, 238
Olson, Brian 41, 238
Olson, Cari 42, 238
Toby 42, 238, 210, 219
Omeara, Ronald 42, 238
Oneil, Ronda 141, 42, 238
Ostrowski, William 42, 238
Pallock, Denise 141, 42, 136. 238
Palmateer, Michael 42, 238
Palmersheim, Cynthia 141, 42, 238
Palos, Karyn 42, 122, 123, 157. 238
Pankey, Casandra 42, 238
Parkhurst, Charles 43, 238
Parks, Mark 43, 238
Pasley, Michael 43, 238
Patten, Fairlin 43, 238
Paxson, Julie 43, 145, 157, 238
Pena, Cynthia 43, 238
Penca, Mary 43, 55, 238, 60. 213,
Perkins, Karen 43, 238
Perkins, Nancy 43, 238
Pettie, Danny 43, 238
Pettyjohn, Jana 43, 128, 238
Phan, Thanh 43, 238
Phelps, Derrica 43, 238
Phillips, Robert 43, 238
Piper, Joette 43, 238
Pittman, Gerald 43, 238
Platt, Steve 43, 78, 238
Poelvoorde, Annette 14, 44, 238
Polite, Kimberly 44, 238
Pollentier, Darryn 44, 178, 238
Popp, Julie 44, 157. 238
Pratt, Dawn 44, 238
Provorse, Daniel 44, 238
Purvis, Angela 44, 126, 220
Pyles, Gary 44, 238
Ramos, Joseph 238
Rangel, Gregory 145, 44, 238
Rangel, Thomas 44, 238
Rangel, Troy 44, 238
Rasso, Michael 44, 238
Rausch, Jody 14, 141, 44, 59, 238
Reddig, Jeffery 44, 238
Reynolds, William 44, 238
Rhodes, Leonard 44, 238
Rice, Steven 45, 238
Rice, Thomas 14, 45, 178, 238, 114,
Richmond, Loren 238
Riley, Jennifer 238
Robertson, Jerald 45, 238
Rodgers, Jeffery 238
Rodgers, Jerry 45, 238 .
Rodgers, Randall 45, 238, 218
Rodriguez, Humberto 45, 238, 208
Rose, Lisa 45, 238 r
Ross, Jay 45, 112, 238
Rumph, Marcia 45, 238
Rust, Darrin 238
Samuels, Adrian 173, 238
Sanchez, Yolanda 45, 238, 220
Sanders, Douglas 45, 238
Sandoval, Jason 45, 173, 238
Sandoval, Jill 46, 238. 220
Sandoval, John 46, 112, 187, 238,
201, 200, 62, 211, 120
Satterly, Tim 46, 128, 238
Schaeffer, Brett 46, 55, 238. 120
Scherschel, Dean 238
Schilling, Kurt 238
Schoch, Patsy 46, 238, 214
Schoch, Penny 141, 46, 55, 157, 238
Schulte, Erik 46, 238
Seago, Timothy 46, 128, 238
Seaman, George 46, 238
Sellers, Richard 46, 238
Sewell, Lisa 47, 238
Shaffer, Dori 47, 238
Sheehan. Jerri 238
Sheffler, Casey 47, 238
Sievers, John 47, 126, 112, 238, 220
Sims, Monte 238
Siraphet, Feoungmany 47, 238
Sivels, Kevin 238
Sivels, Robin 238
Skaggs, Julie 47, 50, 136, 157, 238
Slavish, Alan 47, 238
Sletten, Darrell 47, 238
Small, Debra 47, 238
Smith, Betty 47, 238
Smith. Kathy 47, 238
Smith, Stacey 47, 194, 238, 120
Smith, Timothy 238
Smith, Wendy 238
Soliz, Mary 47, 116, 174, 189, 238,
Soliz, Phillip 238
Solomon, Kristie 47, 238
Sorrell, Kevin 47, 238
Sparrow, Jeanette 141, 47, 238
Spears, Gerald 48, 238
Spencer, Tina 48, 157, 238
Spiegel, James 48, 238
Standaert, Brian 48, 190, 238, 219
Stanlake, Dawn 48, 112, 238, 214, 60
Steffenson, Ronald 48, 190, 191, 238,
Stevens, Cindy 48, 157, 238
Stiegel, Andrea 98, 238
Stopoulos, Nicole 133, 134, 140, 141,
48, 112, 124, 238, 138, 60
Streat, Michael 48, 238
Street, Brian 238
Streight, Thomas 48, 238
Sutton, Michael 14, 48, 238
Swanson, John 48, 238
Taets, Julie 134, 141, 48, 112, 238,
Tague, Jody 48, 178, 238. 120
Talak, Jeffrey 48, 194, 238
Talley, Jay 49, 194, 238, 120
Tate, Roy 49, 238
Taylor, April 49, 238, 212
Terronez, Pauline 49, 128, 238, 220
Terronez, Steven 49, 112, 187, 238,
Terry, Vicki 49, 238
Thompson, Alan 49, 238
Thompson, Christine 49, 238
Thompson, Michael 49, 238
Thompson, Michelle 49, 173, 238
Thompson, Tracy 49, 238
Thorngren, Paul 49, 238
Thurman, Serena 50, 238
Tittsworth, Deborah 50, 238
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Titus, Jamie 182, ll, 14, 50, 55,
112, 238, 198, 61, 115, 114, 120
Toland. Alicia 50, 238
Tristan, Belinda 50, 238
Trout, Todd 50, 238
Llm, Racthykun 50, 238
Underwood, Mark 50, 238
Utter, Alan 238
Valdez, Juanita 50, 238
Valejo, Christine 50
Vandeheede, Jill 51, 238
Vandewoestyene, William 51
Vanhecke, James 51, 55, 238
Vanvooren, Lynette 51, 128, 190,
Vanwatermeulen, Karen 51
Verheecke, Penny 51, 238
Verlinden, Jon 51, 178, 238, 62, 211
Vermeire, James 51, 238
Versluys, Jeffery 51, 238
Verstraete, Marilyn 51, 126, 238, 214,
Viner, Debra 51, 157, 238
Vinzant, Chad 19, 51, 112, 238, 62,
120, 206, 207
Vittori, Roxane 51, 116, 117, 112,
238, 61, 256, 212,220
Voorhis, Jeffery 140, 141, 51, 128,
Vyncke, Debra 184, 51, 192, 238,
114, 62, 120
Waeyaert, Debra 19, 51, 238, 120
Wakefield, Kelly 52
Wales, Dawn 133, 134, 52, 238, 212
Walton, Dawn 52, 238
Walton, Latres 52, 128, 238, 211, 120
Ward, Chris 128, 238
Ward, Grant 52, 238
Ward, Mark 52, 238
Ward, Michael 238
Ware, William 238
Wassell, Warren 52, 124, 238
Waters, Lisa 52
Watson, Kori 52, 238
Watson, Lytonya 238
Watters, Ronald 52, 238
Weatherington, Paula 25
Weintraut, Barbara 238
Welch, James Jr, 52, 238
Wells, Kammy 238
Welshhons, Ronald 52, 238
Wessel, Amy 52, 126, 238
Whipple, Harvey 52, 238
Whipple, Lisa 238
White, Janne 52, 238
Wickersham, John 53, 230
Wiegel, Francie 182, 141, 53, 238
Wilkinson, Daniel 53, 238
Wilson, Christina 53, 157, 238
Winchester, Roger 53, 128, 58, 238
Wingler, Lisa 53, 238
Winthurst, Cheryl 53, 128, 157, 238
Wishmeyer, Rhonda 141, 53, 238
Witmer, Rebecca 53, 238
Wold, Tracy 238
Wolf, Amy 53, 128, 238
Wolverton, Lee 53, 173, 238
Woods, Daniel 53, 178, 238
Worrell, Peter 59, 238
Yerkey, Derrick 54, 238
Zapata, Anna 54, 55, 238, 204, 220
Zbleski, Ronald 54, 238
Zmuda, Patricia 19, 54, 112, 238, 61.
62, 120, 206, 207
Ackland, Ronald 66, 178
Adams, Amy 66
Adams, John 66, 145
A1ejo, Carol 66, 134, 116, 172, 190,
191, 214, 215. 256, 207, 251
Alexander, Anthony 66, 128
Anders, Dawn 60
Anderson, Kimberly 66
Anderson, Scott 66
Apperson, Kyle 66
Austin, Vicki 66, 145, 193, 192
Bailey, Jon 66, 188, 189. 194, 211
Bailey, Todd 66
Balluff, Matthew 66
Barber, James 66
Barnett, Marion 66, 178
Bates, Kimberly 66, 141
Bauman, Delia 66
Becht, Dennis 66
Belowske. Angela 66, 126
Benjamin, James 66, 178
Bevelheier, Jeffery 66, 126
Bideaux, George 66
Blackwood, Kim 66
Blagden, Michelle 66
Blais, Michael 67
Blais, Michele 67, 126, 212
Blunke, John 67
Bonduelle, Paula 67, 118
Borrow, Barbara 67
Booth, James 67
Boudreau, Lori 67
Bowers, James 67
Bradley, Raemond 67
Branch, Cynthia 67
Breitmeyer, Christopher 67
Brewer, Kathleen 67, 208
Brewer, Michael 67
Brown, Lisa 67, 128
Brown, Glen 67
Bubon, Brian 67
Buchanan, Amy 67
Buchen, Laurie 67, 187
Burgess, Jesse 67
Burney, Deanna 67, 13, 134, 124,
Buser, Donald 67
Bush, Patricia 67
Cain, Darren 67
Caldwell. Glenn 67
Caldwell, John 67
Caleo, Thomas 67
Calsyn, Michael 67
Cameron, Pamela 134, 116. 172, 190
Camp, Chance 67, 13, 141
Campbell, Michael 67, 178, 179
Cant, Dana 67
Daebelliehn, Darci 68
Emmert, Debra 69
Evans, Damon 69, 178
Evans, Micheal 69
Evans, Michelle 69
Fenno, Michelle 69
Fetterer, Patrick 69, 83, 181
Finch, Donna 69
Fisher, Kerry 69, 134, 145
Fisher, Melinda 69
Fonseca, Justina 69
Fournier, Scott 69, 187, 210, 211
Franks, Lonnie 69
Frazier, Craig 69, 200, 202
Frendt, Kathleen 69, 141, 145
Frese, Shellda 69
Fuhrer, Jennifer 66, 69, 187, 114.
Galbraith, Samantha 69, 79
Howat. Terry 71, 141
Hughes, Tammy 71
Hunt, Dean 71,141,194
lnce, Donna 128, 71
Jacobs, Luann 71, 141, 126
Jacobs, Todd 71, 178
James, Mary 71, 157
Jennings, Patricia 71, 134, 1
Jeter, Mark 71
Jimenez, Humberto 71
Jimenez, Juan Jr, 71, 145
Johnson Georgette 71, 145
Johnson, Pamela 71, 157
Johnson, Rosemarie 71
Johnson, Scott 71
Johnson, Shonda 71
Johnson, Tanya 71
Gant, Ellen 69, 212
Garcia, David 69, 200
Garcia, Stephanie 69
Garcia, Vicki 69
Garlow, Sabrina 70
Garrison, Troy 70
Garza, Ana 70, 256
Gass, Tina 70
Gates, Jeffrey 70
Gehant, John 70, 178
Giers, Joanne 70
Gillespie, Jeffery 70
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Carpenter, Adrian 67. 13, 178. 179
Carton, Ronald 67
Castaneda, Marc 67
Catour, Lance 67
Cernetisch, Fred 67
Chance, William 67
Chavis, Krisanne 67
Chedister, Mark 67
ensen, Russell 67
Clark, Randel 67, 206, 207
Clark, Steffany 67, 136
Clark, Steven 178
Clash, Ronald 67, 79, 178,
Clevenger, Tim 67
Columbia, Craig 67
Comins, Suzette 67
Conley, Lawrence 67
Connolly, Michael 67, 194
Connolly, Michelle 67
Contreras, Francisco 68
Cook, Richard 68, 74
Cook, Sean 68, 141
Cooper, Gary 68, 141
Coram, Jennie 68
Cosgrave. Ann 68
Coughran, Trisha 68
Cox, Laird 68
Cranson, Reba 68, 198
Crayne, Kevin 68, 194
Crisel, Gary Jr. 68
Cruz, Anthony 68
Cruz, Cynthia 68, 116, 117, 174, 113,
Cumberworth, Rhonda 68. 118
Cummings, Paul 68, 145
Cunningham, Melissa 68, 116. 172.
Cyphers, Stephen 68
Dalmasso, Sean 68, 190
Dalton, Betsy 68, 141, 206, 207
Daniels, Lisa 68, 192, 114
Davis, Janet 68
Debarre, Dennis 68
Declerco, Steven 68, 189, 188
Dedecker, David 68, 145, 188, 189
Deem, Lynn 68
Dejaegher, Christopher 68, 141, 178,
Demay, Michael 68, 187
Dennhardt, Todd 68, 141, 178
Dennis, Arlene 68, 118
Derby, Margaret 68, 184
Deroo, Deanna 68, 145
D'Hooge, Lisa 68
Dierkes, Michael 68, 128
Dillbeck, Timothy 68
Downen, Scott 68, 134, 145, 187,
Downey, Cynthia 68
Downing, Daran 68
Dozier, Jeffery 68
Duncan, Carla 68, 112, 187
Duncan, Garritt 68, 145
Dunlap, Tamara 68, 141
Durham, Trent 68, 78, 141
Dyer, Rebecca 68
Dzekunskas, Jeffrey 68, 200
Eckey. Jacqualine 68, 212
Edwards, Kristopher 68
Edwards, Robert 68
Edwards, Scot 69
Ehardt, Tria 69
Ekin, John 69
Ellis, Lisa 69, 141
Emerson, Robert 69
Gilson, Kellie 70, 145, 146
Goar, Nancy 70, 198
Goderis, Debra 70, 112
Gomez, Anthony 70
Gomez, Dora 70
Gonzales, Lesa 70, 141, 136
Goodhart, Jana 70
Gorzney, Loretta 70
Graham, Scott 70
Graham, Thomas 70
Green, Costello 70, 187, 192, 115,
Green, Donna 70. 184, 192, 208. 120
Gregory, Tom 70
Griffin, Theresa 70
Grimes, Sheryl 70, 126
Grimm, Todd 70, 178, 200
Grogg, Elizabeth 70
Grooms, Hayden 70, 134, 145, 124
Gruszeczka, Jr. Edward 70
Hambright, Lynn 70, 190, 191
Hanson, Sean 70, 194
Hantz, Kimie 70, 126
Harder, John 70
Harrington, Mellisa 70, 128
Harris, Leevon 71, 141
Hasenwinkel, Mark 71, 134, 141, 144,
Hauman, Bradley 71, 178
Hay, Jesusita 71
Hayden, Charles 71, 128
Hemmingson, John 71
Heist, Steve 71
Hemphill, Jackie 71
Hensley, Shawn 71
Hernandez, Steven 71
Heydeman, Penelope 71, 128
Hinton, Toni 71
Hock, June 71, 145
Hoepfner, John 71, 141, 187, 210
Holmes, Denise 71
Housholder, Wayne 71
Houston, Shearrie 71, 145, 220
Jones, Guylene 71
Judge, Mary 71
Kanke, Kimberly 71, 145, 212
Karben, Johnny 71
Karstens, Timothy 71
Keith, Sandra 71
Kelley, Janet 71, 208
Kelley, Julie 71
Kemp, Michael 71
Kerr, Patricia 71
Kespohl, Barry 71, 189
Ketelaar, Christine 71, 134, 141
Ketner, Brian 71, 179, 200
Koon, Jeffrey 71
Kotrogiannis, George 72, 141
Krack, Leilani 72, 184
Krambeck, Larry 72
Krambeck, Terry 72
Krantz, Diana 72
Krantz, Tiffany 72
Kratt, Teresa 72
Kubec, Brenda 72
Kurtz, Bradley 72, 134, 141, 124
LaFave, Aimee 72
LaFerria, Bill 72
Lambert, Denise 72, 77, 145
Larson, Robert 72, 178
Larson, Stephen 72, 134
Lasek, John 72, 178
Leabo, Nicole 72, 190, 114, 212, 120
Lee, Koa 72
Lee, Melissa 72, 134
Lewis, Amy 72, 190
Lewis, Christopher 72
Lewis, Jeanene 72, 128
Lodico, Lori 66, 72, 112, 114
Lopez, Francisco 72
Lopez, John 72
Lubbe, Paula 72
Lucas, Mary 72, 128
Luna, Aleida 72
Luna, Aurora 72
Ly, Blong 72
Macafee, Carrie 72
Malcolm, Brian 72, 134, 145, 124
Malmstrom, Shari 72, 212
Malone, Richard 72, 128
Manary, Lacinda 72
Manrrique, John 72, 178, 179
Marsell, Greg 72
Marshall, Curtiss 72
,Gregory 72, 134, 145, 124,
Martin, Bret 72
Martin, Charles 72
Martin, Jeffery 72
Martin, Mary 72
Masengarb, Laurie 72
Mathahs, Karen 72
Matheny, Tresa 72
Mayfield, Tracey 145, 211
Mays, Nicolette 72
McCollum, Amy 72
McDaniel, Rodney 72, 189, 200
McDonough, Melissa 73
McGinnis, Melodie 73, 184, 114, 213
Mclntosh, Paul Jr. 73
McKay, Heather 73, 126
McKeon, Timothy 73
McLean, Paul 73, 178, 190
McLernon, Alice 73, 140, 141, 124,
187, 210, 211
McVey, Dede 73, 187, 210, 211
Mehaffy, Rebecca 73, 140, 141
Melton, Rick 73
Mercer, Aran 73, 170, 256
Meyer, Dion 73
Michalek, Annette 73, 178, 214
Milburn, William 73
Miller, Danny 73, 178
Miller, Jarrod 73, 141
122, 124, 219
Pena, Sandra 74
Perkins, John 74, 178
Perry, Gene 74
Person, Kyle 74
Peterson, Michael 128
Pettit, Ryan 74
Pobanz, Brenda 75, 134, 145, 124
Pompa, Antonia 75
Powell, Lisa 75, 134, 122, 112, 124
Prado, Nellie 75, 128
Pratt, Andrea 75
Praught, Joseph 75
Price, Daniel 75
Puentes, Patricia 75
Pyevich, Michael 75, 112
Quinn, Thomas 75, 187, 210, 211
Quinones, Yvonne 66, 69, 75, 141
Raasch, Brian 75, 206, 207
Radford, Jeffery 75, 3, 118, 134, 141,
Raffelson, Staci 75, 116, 117, 166,
112, 213, 256
Raischel, Paul 75, 145
Rangel, Elizabeth 75, 126
Rangel, Evangelina 75
Rangel, Rebecca 75
Rasko, Paula 75
Scott, Monica 76
Scott, Valerie 76
Scritsmier, Sheila 76
Scully, Rebecca 76
Seago, Larry 76, 141
Setwer, Jeffrey 76
Settles, Christine 76
Shafer, Paul 76, 141, 178
Shay, Theresa 76, 134, 13
Sheehan, Tammi 76
Sierens. Ronald Jr.
Simonich, Theresa 76
Slavish, Randall 76
Slutts, Teresa 76, 145
Smett Dean 76
Smith Jodie 76
Smith John 76
Smith Kevin 76, 118, 134, 141,
Smith Kimberly 76, 206, 207
Snyder, Andrew 76
Solomon, Ronald 76
Sommer, Gregory 76
Sonneville, Lisa 76, 4
Sorrell, Brenda 76
Southerland, Brenda 76
5, 112, 124
Mills, Becky 73
Mitchell, Julie 73, 182, 183, 198, 115
Mitchell, Shawn 73, 128
Rasmussen, Diane 75, 116,
Raymond, Ronald 75, 178
Rea, Martin 75
Rea, Pablo 75
Stahl, Donald 76
Stambaugh, Lisa 76
Stambaugh, Susan 76
Standaert, Maureen 76, 190, 191.
Mitchell, Theresa 73, 145
Mojica, Margarita 73
Mojica, Ramon 73
Moreno, Mary 73, 184, 134, 145
Morgan, Scott 73
Morrow, Jeffrey 73, 134, 124, 138
Mueller, Jeanine 73, 134, 124
Munos, Anthony 128
Munos, Trisha 73, 204
Munoz, Christina 73
Munts, Timothy 73
Murphy, Christine 73
Mutziger, Andrew 73, 4
Myers, Kevin 73
Natwick, Carrie 73, 187, 210, 211
Neal, Darrin 73, 188, 189
Neal, Robert 73, 178
Nelson, Kristine 73
Nelson, Tami 74
Nevins, Tamber 74
Newingham, Lawrence 74
Nguyen, Long 74
Nichols, Caprice 74, 126
Noriega, Nora 74
Noteboom, Laurna 74, 126
Novak, Robyn 74
Ochoa, Roberto 74, 145
Ochoa, Rolando 74, 200
Rea, Richard 75, 141
Reddick, Thomas 75
Reed, Brian 75, 141
Rettig, Jeff 75
Rhodes, Clara 75, 128
Rice, David 75, 178, 210
Riceman, Todd 75
Richard, Joseph 75, 145
Rickey, Brad 75
Riley, Linda 75
Ripka, Todd 75, 189
Robers, James 75, 178, 210
Roberson, Micheal 75
Roffman, Lori 75
Rogers, Timothy 75
Rose, David 75, 128
Royal, Sonya 75, 184, 134, 145, 211.
Rubalcava, Jesus 75, 79, 167
Rumburg, Stephen 75
Russell, Veronica 75
Ryan, Kristin 75
Sajovec, Anthony 75
Sananikone, Anousith 75
Sanders, Kellie 75, 141, 178, 214,
Stanford, Denise 76
Stapf, Richard 76
Steele, Lisa 76
Stephenson, Leslie 76, 190
Stewart, Deann 76, 212
Stone, Brian 76
Stout, Deborah 77
Stropes, Kimra 77
Stulir, Lisa 77, 126
Suess, Amy 77, 134, 141, 157,
Suhr, Carl 77
Sullivan, Johnny 77, 194
Swan, Christine 77
Taets, Ronald 77, 145
Takantjas, Eileen 77
Talbot, Deann 77, 141, 126
Talbot, Glen 77
Teach, Scott 77
Tedford, Paula 77
Teel, Michael 77
Tennant, Stuart 77
Thomann, Patricia 77, 212
Thomas, William 77
Thompson, Christine 77, 134,
136, 168, 125,256
Thompson, Dorothy 77
Thompson, Kevin 77
Oliva, Anna 74
Oliva, Maria 74
Olson, Ole 74, 3
Olson, Daniel 74
Olson, Staci 74, 193, 192, 208, 220
Oltman, Michele 74, 114, 204
Ornelis, Cindy 74
Orton, Matthew 74
Palmateer, Sean 74
Parham, Jeanne 74
Parker, Robert Jr. 74, 7, 134, 145,
Parker, Scott 74
Pa ,et tram 74,,'118, 134, 140, 141,
Sandoval, Alan 76
Sandoval, Todd 76
Savala, Steven 76
Scallions, Teresa 76
Schadt, Wayne 76, 200
Scharer, Christine 76
Schellhorn, Timothy 76, 189
Scherschel, Jay 76
Schierer, Jennifer 76
Schneider, Jodi 76
Schossow, Troy 76
Schutt, Troy 128
Schwartz, Kathryn 76
Schwartz, Michelle 76
Scott, Deborah 76, 77, 184,
Thornton, Angela 77, 204
Thruman, Steve 77, 128
Torok, Pamela 66, 77, 182, 183, 198
114, 171, 218
Townsend, Darren 77
Trich, Debra 77
Trimby, Judy 77
Trout, Robert 77, 200
Trout, Tadd 77
Turner, John 77
Turnipseed, Telisa 77, 138
Tworek, Carolyn 77, 134, 144, 145
Um, Ranyda 77
Underwood, Robin 78, 128
Llrven, Roger 78
Utrera, Daniel 78
Vandaele, Dawn 78
Vanherzeele, Jeffrey 78
Versluis, Kenneth 78
Viner, Theresa 78
Wade, Catherine 78
Wadsager, Scott 78
Wallarab, Terry 78
Wamser, Frances 78
Ward, Jeffrey 78
Wassell, Ketra 78
Wassenhove, John 78
Wasson, Christine 78
Wasson, David 78, 136
Watson, Scott 78
Webster, Todd 78
Weighall, Eric 78, 128
Weir. Tamera 78, 126
Wells, Carol 78
Wells, Robert 78
Welsh, Christopher 78
Welsh, Pamela 118, 78
Werner, Lori 78
Westbrook, Charles 78, 178
Wheeler, Jill 78
Wheeler, Kenneth 78
Whitcanack, Tammie 78, 126
White, Carol 78
White, Dawn 78, 144, 145
White, Sharmon 78, 212
Whiteside, Julie 78, 134, 141, 124
Whitley, J. 78, 116, 168, 183, 193,
209, 115, 256
Whitley, Lisa 78
Whitney, Dawn 78, 134, 145
Whitworth, Lewis 79
Widger, Sheryl 79
Wilcox, Walker 79
Wilks, Mark 79
Williams, Carrie 79, 128
Williams, La Shonda 79, 192
Williamson, Danny 79
Willis, Joanna 79
Wingert, Brian 79
Wingert, Jodi 79, 126
Wirtz, Kari 79, 190.213, 212, 120
Witherspoon, William 79
Womack, Michele 79
Woodruff, Mark 79, 187, 211
Woodruff, Steven 79, 187, 211
Woods, Melanie 79
Zaerr, Amanda 79
Zalewski. Kurtis 79, 134, 124
Zink, Mikki 79
Zywot, Victoria 79, 126
Abram, Leslie 80, 192
Ackerland, Kelly 80
Ainslie, Jennifer 80
Alaniz, Eddie 80, 181, 180
Alaniz, Ellie 80
Alberts, Lauri 80
Allcock, Kimberly 80
Allensworth, Dennis 80, 143
Almanza, Guadalupe 80
Althiser, Lisa 80
Amaro, Bonnie 80
Anderson, Arthur 80, 142, 143, 196
Anderson, Martie 80
Hakeman, Curtis 85
Kincaid, Mike 86
202, 200, 203
250 -- In
Anderson, William 80
Andrews, Dona 80
Andrios, John 80
Arlt, Brian 80, 187
Arrington, Leslie 80, 212
Chuich, Ty 82
Clark, David 82
Clark, Deborah 82
Clark, Jeffrey 82
Clark, John 82, 143
Clark, Wyatt 82
Ashmore, Brian 80
Baker, Antonio 80, 196
Barber, Stacey 80
Barham, David 80
Barnes, Robert 80
Barnett, Douglas 80
Batten, Michael 81, 190
Beasley, Charles 81
Bebensee, Ann 81
Becht, Doug 81
Beckman, Ivan 81, 194, 145, 180
Bell, Carolee 81
Belman, Eric 81
Benson, Shellie 81
Benson, Steve 81, 187
Bergevin, Elizabeth 81
Bernat, Jeff 81, 203
Bert, Steve 81, 143, 180
Clay, Rachel 82
Clayton, Willis 82, 142, 143
Clements, Tom 82, 145, 203
Cochran, Lisa 82
Cole, Kelly 82
Comeaux, Matthew 82
Comins, April 82
Cook, Stacey 82
Corbin, Christine 82
Corbin, Patrick 82
Correa, Diana 82
Covemaker, James 82, 196
Cowley, Cathleen 82, 184
Cravens, Steven 82
Crawford, Bobbi 82
Crisel, Teresa 82
Cronkleton, Cynthia 82, 4, 116, 166
Cruz, David 82, 180
Fey, Linda 84
Fillmer, Rebecca 84, 144
Findahl, Lori 84, 193, 192
Fluegel, Kim 84
Foiles, Christopher 84
Foltz, Terry 84, 203, 210, 211
Forret, Steven 84, 134, 143, 124
Fotos, John 84, 180
Fraikes, Larry 84
Francois, Patrick 84
Frederick, James 84
Friend, Lisa 84
Gager, Michael 84
Gantt, Brad 84
Garcia, Deana 84
Gardner, Sam 84, 143
Gartelos, Kelly 84
Garza, Patricia 84, 143
Gates, Ruth 84
Glanz, Jana 84
Berthoud, Kellie 81, 184
Best, Charles 81
Betcher, Mark 81
Bever, Dennis 81
Bjork, Tena 81, 143
Black, Tim 81
Blake, Charles 81
Blomberg, Stephen 81, 181, 180, 196
Blomberg, Stephanie 81, 150
Boarts, Matthew 81, 143
Boggs, Danny 81
Boggs, Jerry 81
Daniels, James 82
David, Randy 82
Davila, Ricardo 82, 180
Davis, Clifford 82, 180
Davis, Darren 82
Davis, Doug 82
Davis, John 82, 87, 180, 200, 203
Davis, Piper 82, 1
Davison, Mike 82
Bordner, Susan 81, 145, 8, 2
Bowker, Dawn 81
Boyd, Kelly 81
Bradley, Kelly 118
Bramucci, William 81
Brandom, Scott 81
Branham, Jeffrey 81
Brewer, Julie 81, 198, 114
Brodbent, Charles 81, 145
Brown, Cindy 81
Brown, Jerry 81
Brown, Rex 81
Bruner, Scott 81, 196
Bryant Lyndal 81
Bugh, Larry 81
Deblock, Amy 82, 190
Debord, Karen 82
Deering, Michelle 82, 143
Deffenbaugh, Beth 82, 212
Degraeve, Joel 82, 145
Dehamer, Cynthia 83, 204
Delaney, James 83
Delgado, Julius 83, 180
Demay, Tina 83, 178
D'Hooge, Kim 83
Dickie, Lonnie 83, 146
Dickinson, Sheryl 83, 145
Dixon, Michael 83
Dodson, Kelly 83
Donovan, Laura 83, 91
Dowen, Matthew 83, 187
Drum, Ronnie 83
Goeden, Kristine 84
Goldstein, Norris 84, 180
Gomez, Andrea 84, 143, 206
Gorishek, Lisa 84, 143, 204
Green, Bonnie 84
Green, Pam 84
Greer, Rebecca 84, 198, 211
Grumadas, Gwendolyn 84
Grunwald, Lisa 84
Guzman, Maximillian 85, 145
Hacker, Marilee 85, 143, 206
Haigh, Craig 85, 145
Hain, Jenny 85
Haley, Peggy 85, 143, 116, 168
Hamerly, Karen 85
Hamrick, Michele 85, 198
Hanlin, Kami 85, 206, 207
Hansen, Alan 85
Hanshaw, Rayne 85
Harkness, Troy 85
Harlan, Brock 85
Harris Il, Louis 85, 196
Hoang, Anh 85
Hoang, Chap 85
Hoepfner, David 85, 143
Hoff, Teresa 85
Hood, Kevin 85
Hopwood, Billy 85
Hosford, Bradley 85
Hudson, Richard 85
Hufford, Amy 85, 91, 184, 145
Hull, Timothy 85
Hunt, Sonya 86
Hunter, David 86
Hunter, Emily 86
Hurtado, Christina 86
Huyten, Tonya 86, 134, 143, 124,
lmmesoete, Steve 86, 145
lnce, Donald 86, 181, 180
Inglis, Tammy 86, 206
lsais, Christine 86, 134, 143
lvanowski, Jan 86, 188, 189
Jablon, Julie 86
Jackson, Ralph 145
Jacobs, Pamela 86, 143
Jacobsen, Michael 86, 188
James, Jennifer 86, 143
Jefford, Christie 86
Jenkins, Yalanda 80, 86, 143, 114
Jimenez, Carlos 86
Jimenez, Juan 86, 134
Jinez, Ofelia 86
Johnson, Sherry 86, 184, 145, 192
Johnson, Tammy 86
David 86, 134, 190
Jones Lisa 86
Jones Paula 86
Jones, Ronna 86
Jones, Tammy 86, 145, 198
Jones, Terry 86
Jones William 86, 143
Kammen, Gene 86
Kays, Becky 86
Keegan, Jeana 86
Keegan, Tina 86
Keithley, Shannon 86
Dewayne 85, 203
Harris Jeannie 85
Harris Lynn 80, 85, 114, 213, 212,
Harris, Sandra 80, 85, 145, 193, 192
Harris Shaun 85, 211
Harris Turetha 85
Kellett, Brian 86, 187
Kelley, James 86
Kelley, Michael 86
Kennedy, Shaun 86
Kenney, Chrispin 86
Ketelaar, Thomas 86, 134, 143
Bui, Chi 81
Burdzicki, Leszek 81
Burklund, Gina 81
Burner, Scott 81
Duncan, Craig 83
Duncan, Dean 83
Dunn, Sunday 83
Durbin, Jill 83
Burrell, Tony 81
Buser, Lisa 81
Buxbaum, Christian 81
Bybee, Mike 81
Calderson, Carrie 80, 81, 192, 114
Caldwell, Darin 81
Caldwell, Kristen 81, 145
Cameron, Bradley 82, 158, 181, 180,
Dusenberry, Michelle 83
Dussliere, John 190, 191, 218
Dzekunskas, Niki 83
Earnest, Jacinda 83
Edwards, Herman 83
Emerick, Robert 83
Emmendorfer, Mary 83
Engeman, Matt 83, 203
Campbell, Anthony 82, 196
Cardwell, Ann 82
Carmichael, Dawnya 82, 158
Carr, Connie 82
Catterton, Jon 82, 180, 200, 203
Caviola, Gaetan 82
Ceder, Kelli 82, 88, 188, 189, 211
Chavez, Angie 82, 212
Chenoweth, Peggy 82
Entrikin, Todd 83, 180
Ervin, Sean 83
Evans, Jeffrey 83
Fanning, Lisa 83
Fanning, Lori 83
Farr, Teri 84
Fetterer, Richard 83, 84, 180
Harrison, Deanna 85
Hart, Dennis 85, 87, 92
Hart, Douglas 85, 143
Hartshorn, Aaron 85
Haskins, John 85
Hatfield, Donna 85
Havens, David 85
Hawotte, Kevin 85
Heald, Todd 85
Hedge, Tonya 85
Henrichs, Michael 85
Hernandez, Lynette 85
Hernandez, Maria 85
Herrick, Donna 85, 212
Higgins, Christopher 143
Higgins, Sherri 85
Hill, Stephanie 85, 212
Hill, Teresa 85
Hines, Darren 143
Kinney, Jerry 86
Kirkpatrick, Jon 86
Klouser, Sally 86, 159
Knutson, Peggy 86
Koellner, James 86
Kunst, John 86
Kunzle, Jon 86
Kushmer, Matt 86
Kusy, Kerrianne 87, 143
Lafferty, Robert 87
Lafond, Dawn 87
Lambert, Rodney 87
Lampe, Karen 87
Land, Daniel 87, 143
Lane, Roy 87
Larson, John 87
Laxy, Laura 87
Lay, Kathy 87
Layman, Marion 87
Leahy, Stephen 87
Leblanc, Kimberly 87, 143, 198, 111-lf,
210,211 1 ,
Lee, Brad B7
Lee, Rebecca 87, 134, 143
Leedom, Kari 87
Leibovitz, Dana 87
Mundt, Bradley 89, 145
Munos, Mark 89. 143. 116, 129, 256
Musgrow, Althea 89
Myung, Jung 89
Peterson, Kenneth 90
Petit, John 90
Pettit, Jon 90, 190
Phillips, Karen 90
Lentz, Don 87
Lewis, Darrell 87, 196
Lewis, Gerald 87
Lewis, Pam 87
Leyden, Katherin 87, 212
Lindquist, David 87, 188, 189
Linn, Patrick 87
Loding, Julie 87, 3
Loduca, Frank 87
Long, Teri 87
Longnecker, Jim 87, 203
Loose, Catherine 87, 145, 187
Lopez, Jean 87, 187
Lopez, Juanita 87
Lucas, Danelle 87
Lueders, Bradley 87
Lujan, Teresa 87
Madison, James 87, 143
Mahan, Scott 87, 196
Malmstrom, Todd 88, 203
Manley, Lisa 88
Marshall, Marie 88
Nagel, Kathleen 89
Nahrgang, Julie 89. 143
Nahrgang, Leonard 89, 180, 203
Neff, Bradley 87, 89
Nelson, Lisa 89
Newberry, Jodee 89, 118
Nipper, Lisa 89
Noack, Todd 89, 145
Nolan, Kathy 89
Ochoa, Herman 89, 181, 180
Ohlsen, Christopher 89, 180, 196
Ohrberg, Theresa 89
Olszewski, Michael 89
Omeara, Michael 89, 203
Oppenheimer, Jeff 89, 180
Owens, Kimberly 89
Pacheco, Mike 89, 180
Padilla, Aydee 89
Palaiologos, Kaliroi 89
Park, David 89
Patten, Terri 89
Patterson, Angela 89, 143
Paul, Tony 89, 133, 134, 135, 143,
Pauley, Patricia 89
Paxson, Jennifer 90, 192
Peel, John 90
Pender, Catherine 90
Phung, Sen 90
Pierce, Teresa 90
Pizano, Monica 90
Pizano, Yvete 90
Platt, Anita 90
Poelvoorde, Kelly 90
Michelle 90, 188, 189, 213.
Ponce, David 90
Ponder, Pamela 90
Praught, Jerome 90, 142. 143
Preslar, Tassandra 90. 143, 158
Pruett, Ladonna 90
Pustelnik, Mark 87, 90, 188, 189,
198, 200, 203
Quick, Greg 90, 180
Raischel, Pamela 90, 184
John 90, 145
Beatrice 90, 143
Rasso, Jack 90
Redell, Ronald 90
Reed, Ronald 90
Reed, Vanessa 90
Reeves, David 90
Reeves, Kevin 90
Martel, Felicia 88, 114, 212
Martin, Joel 88
Martin, Lesa 88
Masias, Peter 83, 188, 187
Mason, Andrew 88
May, James 88
Mayfield, Terry 88, 192, 114,
McArtor, Marlinda 88
McCraw, Vicki 88
McDanel, Dennis 88
McDonnell, Carolyn 88
Pendleton. Jeff 90
Perkins, Theresa 90, 143
Perkins, Tina 90
Perry, Dwight 90, 180
Perry, James 90, 145
Rettig, Kevin 90, 180
Revels, Billy 90, 145
Reyna, Alan 90, 180
Reynolds, Patricia 90
Rhoadarmer, Robin 90
McGinnis, Suzan 88, 192
McKay, Paula 88
McKay, Scott 88, 203
McMahon, Daniel 88, 143
McMillon, Curtis 88
Medina, Mellisa 88
Medley, Jeff 88, 144, 145
Merideth, Jeff 88, 187
Michalek, Anita 88, 159
Milburn, Tammy 88
Miles, Jerry 88
Millard, Michael 88, 196
Miller, Darren 88, 203
Miller, Delana 88
Miller, Jason 89, 143
Miller, John 89
Miller, Marshall 89
Miller, Rodger 89
Mills, Bobby 89
Mills, Larry 89
Minehart, Patricia 89
Mixer, Lisa 89, 187
Mohr, Michael 89, 187, 203
Mondus, Michelle 89
Montez, Maria 89, 143
Mooney, Lee 89
Moraetes, Melodie 89
Moreno, Debbie 89
Morgan, Kim 89
Morris, Dawn 89
Morse, Carolyn 89
Mosher, Tina 89, 159, 212
Muller, Staci 89, 143
Mamma, Debbie 89, 192
Peters, Shelly 90
Rhodes, Don 90
Rhudy, Randy 90
Riddle, Nancy 90. 143
Roady, Christina 91
Rockhold, Timothy 91, 203
Rodgers, Joann 91
Rodriguez. Javier 91
Ronnebeck, Scott 91, 180, 196, 114
Root, Robby 91
Rose, Allen 91, 180, 203
Rosenthal, Stephanie 91. 184
Rubalcava, Claudia 91
Rushing, Kari 91
Rusk, Kristy 91
Rust, Cassandra 91
Rylander. Donald 91
Rylander, Kristi 91, 190, 198
Samuels, Brian 91
Sanchez, Ricardo 91. 180
Sanderson, Roger 91
Saucedo, Delfina 91. 143
Savala, Yvette 91
Sawyer, Jeanne 91
Schaffer, Robert 91, 187
Schierer, Julie 91, 158
Schmacht, Donald 91
Schreiner, Lisa 143
Schroder, Lora 91, 192
Schroeder. Laura 91, 116. 136. 170
1 13, 256
Schuch, Bradley 91
Schuldts Ill, Charles 91, 118, 180
Schutz, Patricia 91
Scott, Teddy 91, 146
Scott, Tracee 91
Junior Carol Alejo cheers her team on while waiting for her hair to dry.
Taylor, Thejma Allen, Scott 96
Scott, William 91, 145, 138
Sedgwick, Victoria 92, 192
Sellers, Deborah 92
Shaner, Donald 92
Shay, Patrick 92
Sheffler, Jr. Louis 92
Shepard, Tia 92
Simonich. Brian 92
Siraphet, Pirsavath 92, 187
Smith, Donney 92
Smith, Mary 92
Smith, Theresa 92
Snell, Charles 92
Snyder, Joanna 92
Snyder, Julie 92
Soots, Jennifer 92, 190
Sparks, Cindy 92, 145
Spencer, Patrick 92, 145, 180
Spencer, Teri 92, 116, 166, 256
Stage, Anne 92, 212
Standaert, Julie 92, 100, 190, 204,
Stanley, Trena 92
Stanton, Jimmy 92
Starr, Bradley 92
Stephens, Dwayne 92
Stevens, Pamela 92
Stolbom, David 92, 187
Stolbom, Jeffrey 92, 145, 200
Stopoulos, Samantha 92, 136
Streeter, Galen 92
Sturm, Paul 92, 145, 191, 146
Subdon, Theresa 92
Suggs. Brenda 92, 159
Summers, Michelle 92
Swanson, Elizabeth 92
Swanson, Tammy 92
Sweat, Daria 92
Swinburn, Kelley 93, 212, 206
Tallman, Jennifer 93, 143, 187
Tapia, Carlos 93
Tapia, Troy 93, 181, 180, 200, 203
Tate, Joe 93
Teats, Kerry 93
Teichman, Kathleen 93
Templeton, Gene 93, 187, 203
Terrell, Norine 93, 145
Testa, Elizabeth 93, 146
Testa, Joseph 93, 146
Thomas, Alisia 93
Thomas, Jan 93
Thompson, Mike 93, 143
Thorndyke, Jeff 93. 203
Thorstenson, Danielle 93, 134, 143
Thruman, Debbie 93
Tiemeier, Brian 93
Tighe, Tim 93
Tipton, Gina 93
Tisdale, Larry 93
Tisdale, Sheri 93
Titus, Jay 93, 187, 203
Tomes, Angela 93
Trapp, Darren 93
Traylor, Deborah 93, 143, 206
Tribble, Christy 93, 187, 211
Tripp, Stacey 93, 187
True, Cheryl 93
Utley, Bob 93
Uzzell, Melissa 93, 145, 206
Valdez, Gilberto 93
Vallejo, Jamie 93
Vanrycke, Jimmy 93
Vantieghem, Sheli 93, 192
Varman, Jana 93
Verhaeghe, Lorrie 93, 159
Verlindon, James 93, 180, 203
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Vermeire, Joel 93
Vershaw, Connie 93
Verstraete, Michelle 93
Villa, Michelle 93
Villalobos, Melissa 93
Villarreal, Angie 93
Voorhis, Dennis 93
Waite, Stacie 93, 184, 143, 192
Wallace, Brian 93
Wallarab, Jeff 93
Walz, Michael 94
Ward, Darin 94
Ward, Paula 91, 94
Ward, Scott 94
Ware, Jeff 94
Wash, Leonard 145, 94
Watson, Jason 94
Watson, Mary 94
Watson, Willie 94
Way, Lorena 94
Weber, Lisa 94
Webster, Cynthia 94, 145
Webster, Mickey 94
Weeks, David 94, 180
Wells, Keith 143, 94
Wells, Kraig 94, 181, 180
Wendt, Heidi 94, 212
West, Troy 94
Whetley, Kelly 143, 94
Wheeler, Kevin 94, 116, 256
White, Jackie 94, 145, 212
White, Tracey 94
Whiteside, Susan 94
Widger, Joseph 94
Wiersema, Toby 143
Williams, Brian 94, 146
Williams, Kelly 94
Williams, Mark 94, 196
Williams, Matthew 94, 180, 204
Willoughby, Susan 94, 116,
Wilshusen, Joann 94, 187
Wilson, Jerrimy 94
Wilson, Scott 94
Winchester, Greg 94
Wingert, Timothy 94
Winkel, Angela 94
Winston, Lance 134, 142, 143, 94,
Witherspoon, Doug 94
Witte, Stuart 94
Womack, Michael 94, 188, 189
Wright, Tom 94
Wulf, Doug 94
Yang, Peter 94
Yeager, Michelle 94
Young, Suzanne 94
Youngs, Keith 94, 203
Zapata, Eduardo 94
Zbleski, Mary 94
Ackeberg, John 96
Adams, Thomas 96
Adkins, Brian 96
Adleman, Jamie 96
Aguirre, Paul 96
Alexander, Tricia 96, 184, 14
Allison, Michael 96, 146
Alvin, Michael 96
Anderson, James 96
Anderson, Tannya 96, 184, 143 192
Anderson, Teresa 96
Andresen, Laurie 109, 212
Angelos, Christine 96, 212
Apperson, Dawn 96, 143
Argeros, James 96, 143
Ashbaugh, Scott 202
Atkins, Gerri 96
Aukee, Lisa 96, 159
Ayala, Benito 83, 96, 187, 196
Ballard, Kathy 96
Ballard, Michelle 96, 143
Banaszek, Daniel 96, 196
Banks, Alvin Allen 96
Barber, Doug 96, 104, 202
Barker, Bobby 96
Barnes, Jennifer 97, 143
Bebensee, Kenneth 97
Beedlow, Lora 97, 198, 146
Bell, Douglas 97
Bender, Thomas 97
Benell, Bryan 97
Benson, Richard 97, 196
Bergheger, Robert 97
Berry, Karen 143
Berry, William 97
Binford, Demoris 97
Blackwell, Lisa 97, 212
Blair, Brian 97, 196
Boggs, Donald 97, 143
Bohannon, Craig 97
Bond, Timothy 97, 180
Bonilla, Michael 97, 180, 196
Borelund, Rich 180
Boshell, Sandra 97
Bourdeaux, Andrew 97
Brand, Mark 97
Bray, Constance 97, 213, 212
Brock, Kenneth 97
Brodbent, James 109, 176
Brown, Lacey 97
Brown, Melissa 97, 143
Brown, Michael 97
Brumberg, Chris 97, 180
Bubon, Melissa 97, 198
Bunch, Charles 97
Bundy, Leslie 97
Burgess, Albert 190
Burgess, Kimberly 97, 143
Burke, Benjamin 97, 187, 124 190
Burklund, Richard 97, 202
Burney, Brian 97, 134, 187, 138 202
Bursey, Cornell 97, 143
Bushong, Lanita 97
Butler, Coretta 97
Caldwell, Tracey 97
Callen, Candace 97
Campbell, Glenn 97
Campbell, Otis 97
Carmack, Charles 97, 180
Carter, Rondal 97
Caviola, Dennis 97, 146
Cernetisch, Bethany 97, 159, 192
Claerhout, Bryan 97
Faramelli, Steven 99, 146
Farnsworth, Scott 99, 187, 196
Fentem, Brent 99
Fitch, Timothy 99
Fleming, Heather 99, 190
Flowers, Van 99, 143, 196
Fluegel, Emiel 99
F1uegel,,Jeffery 99, 180
Fluegel, Marc 99, 187, 196, 202
Foltz, Troy 99, 202
Forbes, Todd 99
David Jr. 97
Jeff 97, 146
Davis, Bryan 98, 143
Clark, Larry 97
Clark, Regina 97, 213, 212
Clark, Stephanie 98
Cobert, Chris 98
Colburn, Samuel 98
Conn, Adam 98, 202
Contreras, Humberto 98, 196
Coon, Kelly 98
Coram, Josh 98, 180, 202
Correa, Jesse 98, 180
Cosgrove, Joan 98, 146
Court, Stacy 96, 98, 184, 142, 143,
Cox, Edward 98, 187, 6
Cramblett, Michelle 98
Crawford, Craig 98, 143, 196
Cropp, Danielle 98, 143
Cross, Linda 98
Cullett, Daniel 98
Cyphers, Julie 98
Daebelliehn, Bruce 98
Daggett, Kara 98
Danielson, Dawn 98, 212
Danner, Krystal 98, 143
Fox, Robert 99, 202
Fraikes, Gary 99
Franks, Mickey 99
Freeman, Marjorie 99
Fuller, Robert Jr. 99
Fuller, Thomas 99
Howat, Arron 101, 180, 202, 203
Hudgens, Sean 146
Hudson, Margaret 101
Hugaert, Rod 101
Hulting, Darin 101
Hunt, Lana 101
Hutchinson, Kelly 101, 182, 204
Hutson, Kimberly 101
lmel, Daniel 101, 180, 202, 203
Jackson, Christine 101, 192, 146
Jackson, Robert 101, 196
Jackson, Ronald 101
Jacobson, Faye 101
Marner, Marlena 102
Marshall, Paula 103
Martel, Jason 103
Martel, Theodore 103, 202, 203
Massa, John 103, 180, 202, 203,
McArtor, Mitchell 103
McCartin, Bonnie 103, 184
McClure, Paul 103
McCollum, Beth 103, 190
McCollum, Danielle 103
McDermott, George 103
Donna 100, 198
Ghys, Gina 100, 158, 190
Giers, Daniel 100
Jacques, Penny 101, 142
James, Daren 101
Jenkins, Kendra 101, 146
Jenkins, Morris 101
Jenkins, Ray 180, 196
Jenkins, Sean 101, 180, 202
Jimenez, Victor 101, 146
Jiminez, Lurdes 101
Johnson, Laura 101
Johnson, Louise 101, 143
McGee, Shawn 103
McHie, Merry 103
Mclntosh, Robert 103
McLernon, Marjorie 98, 96, 103, 134,
McMahon, Michael 103, 200
McVey, Jaclyn 103, 182, 198
Meeske, Todd 103, 187
Melahn, Michlene 103
Mendoza, Ricardo 103, 180
Mercer, Jordan 103
Gilman, Louis 100
Gingry, Christi 100, 187
Gingry, Christopher 100
Goebel, Amy 100, 182, 159, 198
Goering, Bradley 100, 143, 180
Goering, Brant 100, 187, 119
Gomez, Joseph 100
Johnson, Shannon 101
Johnson, Tremier 98, 96, 101, 196,
Kainu, Mark 101, 196
Karstens, Mark 101
Katzenburger, Sheri 101, 212
Keim, Renee 102
Keith, Debbra 102, 143, 212
Kelley, Christine 102
Meyer, Tammy 103, 143
Meza, Christina 103
Milburn, Donje 103, 190
Miles, Averill 103
Carrie 103, 212
Janna 103, 184, 143, 212
Gonzales, Brian 100, 143, 202
Gonzales, Gloria 100, 143
Gonzales, Manuel 100, 143
Gordon, Stephen 100
Gorzney, Brian 100, 196
Kelley, Jeffrey 102
Kelley, Verle 102
Kelly, Kacy 102
Kieffer, Edwina 102
Gower' Rob 100 Kilgore, Robert 102
Nichole 98, 192
Pamela 98, 212
Davison, Mark 98, 196
Davison, Susan 98, 159
Debo, Deanna 98, 182, 143, 198, 114
Decap, Melissa 98
Declero, Jill 98
Decock, Joseph 98
Graham, James 100, 180, 196
Gramling, Michael 100
Grasz, Michael 100, 134, 146
Greene, Sharon 100, 146
Grunwald, Joann 100
Gruszecka, Rock 100
Grypp, Brett 100
Decoster, Mark 98, 143, 180, 196
Dedecker, Julie 98, 189
Deemer, Amy 98
Dejaegher, Caroline 98, 159, 198, 206
Dekeuninck, Shawn 98
Delaney, Ella 98
Delles, Rick 98
Demeurisse, Brad 98, 134, 190
Denning, Alan 98
Deporter, Neil 98
Dhooge, Kari 98
Dixon, Dawn 98
Dodds, Dawn 98, 143, 212
Dooley, Louis 98
Dooley, Tammy 98
Doty, Patricia 98
Doxsee, Korry 98
Draper, Jayme 99, 143
Dunkin, William 99
Dunlop, William 143
Dunn, Aaron 99
Durbin, Jody 99
Durbin, Nicole 99
Eklof, Renee 99, 143
Ellis, Robin 99, 143
Ely-Voloshin, Deborah 99, 143, 212
Engholm, Craig 99, 143
Ehridge, Bradford 99
lfvans. Samantha 99
Gunderson, Karyn 100, 134, 190, 191
Guthrie, Tracy 100, 190, 146
Guzman, Myrrha 100, 134, 146
Hageman, Charles 100
Hanson, Amy 100, 143
Hantz, Christina 101
Harris, Mary 101
Harris, Ronald 202
Harrum, Michael 101, 180, 146
Hart, Craig 101
Harvey, Randall 101, 180
Hasenwinkel, Ann 101, 188, 189,
Hasenwinkel, Dan 101, 146
Hauman, Brandy 101, 190
Hawotte, Scot 101, 202, 146
Hay, David 101
Heald, Michael 101
Henderson, Amy 101, 143
Henry, Stacey 101, 189, 196, 146
Hensley, Michael 101, 180
Herbst, Katia 101, 134, 146, 206
Hernandez, David 143, 187
Hines, Paul 101
Hinton, Devonne 101, 134
Hinton, Tonya 101
Hofstetter, Stephanie 101
Holden, Jeannine 101, 146
Horn, Leslie 101
Houseman, Phillip 101, 158
Kipp, Robert 102, 187
Kippes, Scott 102, 180, 202
Kirklin, Julie 102, 187, 192
Kirklin, Tracey 102
Kirkpatrick, Scott 102
Koch, Rhonda 102, 190
Kohn, Wendy 102, 146
Konrad, Julie 102
Korthals, John 102
Kouski, Robin 102
Kryzanek, Susan 102, 146, 206
Kyser, Robert 102
Laermans, Bradley 102, 180
Lafond, Krista 102
Laird, Traci 102, 143
Lamb, Stephanie 102, 136
Landen, Laura 102
Lane, Stephen 102
Lapaczonek, David 102, 180, 202
Lara, Victor 102, 180, 180, 196
Larson, Albert 102
Larson, Eric 102, 202
Larson, Laura 102, 192, 146, 206
Lawyer, Tammara 102, 146
Lay, John 102
Le, Lien 102
Lee, Dawn 102, 114
Lee, Glenn 102
Lee, Ray 102, 143
Lewis, Turamiere 102
Lindell, Michelle 102
Lindquist, James 102
Lockaby, Shawn 102
Loduca, Caterina 102
Long, Tamara 102
Luten, David 102, 180
Manwaring, Melissa 102, 143, 158
Markley, Candice 102
Millis, Penny 103, 212
Mitchell, Trina 103, 114, 146
Moffet, Michelle 103
Mojica, Luis 103
Morehouse, Jane 103, 143
Moreno, Luz 103, 146
Moreno, Myreya 103
Morgan, Karen 103
Morris, Terry 103
Morris, Terry 104
Mundt, Gary Jr. 104, 143, 180
Munoz, Andrew 104, 180
Munoz Rita 104
Murphy, Kevin 104
Murphy, Patrick 104
Murrison, Rochel 104
Neff, Michael 104
Nelson, David 104
Nelson, Wesley 104
Newberry, Larry 104, 143
Newingham, Susan 104
Newman, Allen 104
Newton, Rydur 104
Nichols, Stacy 104, 143, 187
Nielsen, Brian 104
Nimrick, Gregory 104
Nord, Michael 104
Normoyle, Patrick 104, 202
Nuckles, Krista 104
O'Brien, Lisa 104, 159
O'Neil, Robert 104
Ochoa, Gabriel 104, 143, 202
Olson, Brian 104
Owens, Melvin 104
Page, Lori 104, 212
Pankey, Kendra 104, 212
Park, Charles 104
Parker, Gloria 105
Parker, Lynn 105, 134, 124, 146
Paskvan, Nancy 105, 143
Paytash, Steve 105, 158, 180
Pena, Edna 105, 143, 204
Pena, Leroy 105, 196
Penfold, Jeffery 105, 196
Perez, Frank 105
Perkins. Rodney 105
Peterson. David 105
Peterson, Martin 105
Pittman, Joan 105, 143
Pizano. Octavio 105
Plumb. Terence 105
Pogue, Christine 105, 142. 143
Pollentier. Dina 105, 143
Powell. Landon 105. 122
Quick. Steve 180
Ramirez. Carlos 105
Ramos. Joe 105. 180
Rangel. Alejandro 105
Rangel. Tony 105
Raychel. Joseph 105
Raymond, Joseph 105
Rea. lsmael 105. 143
Reddig. Michelle 105. 184. 192
Reed, Alona 105, 143
Reiter. Dennis Jr 105
Reynolds, Wayne 105. 180. 202
Rial. Ann 105, 212
Richtman, Ernest 105
Riley. Ruth 105
Rivard. Suzanne 105
Roady. Theresa 105
Robertson. Rodger 105. 146
Rocker. Kurt 105
Rodriguez. Norma 105. 143
Rodriguez. Norma 105
Rogers, Bradley 105
Rogers, Daniel 105
Romano. Diana 105
Ross. Vickie 105
Rowland. Matthew 105
Rubalcava, Cecilia 105
Rubalcava, Erika 105
Runburg. Amy 105
Rust, Scott 105
Saey. Kristen 105. 184. 198
Samolitis. Susan 105. 158. 198
Samuels. Gary 106. 196
Sanders. James 106. 143
Sanders, Marty 180. 202
Sanders, Rhonda 106. 146
Sandoval. Jon 106
Sandoval. Salvador 106. 143
Sansale. Julie 106, 143
Sarabacha, David 106. 146
Sarazin. Laura 106
Satre. Michael 106. 190. 146
Saucedo. Valentina 106
Schaffer, Killian 106. 187
Schatteman, Joseph 106. 122. 146
Schleeter. Brian 106
Schmitz, Jeffery 106. 202
Schofield, Dwayne 106
Schroeder. Kristine 106, 143, 212
Schroeder. Linda 106. 146
Schuldt. Dustin 106. 180
Schurvinske, Jeffrey 106, 143
Scott, Angel 106. 184
Scott, Tiffaney 106. 184. 143
Scritsmier. Justin 106, 187. 202
Scudder, Kyle 106, 180
Scully, Valerie 106. 134, 143, 122.
Segers, Joseph 106
Segura. Maria 106, 184. 143
Sellers, Bruce 106. 196
Senteras, Frank 106
Sewell. Tiffany 106
Sheese. Matthew 106
Sheldon, Glenda 106
Sides, Richy 106, 143
Sierra. Dawn 106
Simpkins. Mark 106
Siraphet. Feuong 106
Skalla. Susannah 106. 134. 146. 206
Skiles, Corrie 106. 182. 158, 192
Skillett, Jeffrey 106. 180, 196
Smith. Brian 106. 180
Smith. Douglas 106
Smith. Eddie 106
Jodi 106. 159. 146
Lori 106. 143. 159,212
Snell. Brian 106
Soliz. Angeline 106. 146
Spoerl, Katherin 107, 159
Stahl, Dennis 107
Standaert. Patricia 107. 209. 206
Stephens. Phillip 107
Stevenson. Debbi 107
Stilwell. Shane 107. 143, 180
Stombaugh, Brian 107
Stone. Bryan 107. 143. 180
Stoneking. Gregory 107
Stopoulos, John 107
Stotts. Elizabeth 107. 146
Stougard. Kim 107. 143. 114
Stougard. William 107. 143
Stout, Sheila 107
Stufflebeam, lracey 107, 143
Sullivan. Kristy 107
Sunken, Christopher 107
Swailes, Stacey 107
Swanson, Lynne 107, 189. 146
Tady. Troy 107
Taets. Michael 107. 190
Takantjas. James 107
Talbot, Marcia 107, 134, 143
Tallman, Pamela 107. 143
Tank. Dwayne 107
Tapia. Rodrigo 107. 143. 202
Taylor. Zack 107
Tharp. Terry 107
Thomann, Michael 107
Thomas, Timothy 107, 108, 143
Thompson, Cindy 107
Toliver. Terrance 107. 143. 180. 196
Townsend. Bruce 108
Traub, Rob 108
Trout, Chistine 108
Trujillo. Lisa 108. 142. 143
Turner, Rebekah 108
Tworek. Scott 108, 146
Valdez. Jose 108
Valdez. Jr. Juan 108
Valdez. Rafael 108
Valladares. Alejandro 108
Vandaele, Lori 108, 143
Vandewalle. Diane 108. 134, 122. 138
Vanclyke Eugene 108
Vanmeighem. Kelly 108
Veigel, Erich 108
Verstraete. Christine 108. 158. 190
Verstraete. Patricia 108. 214. 218
Villarreal, Alfredo Jr 108. 109
Viscioni. Ronald 108
Vittori. Wendy 108. 212
Vogler. Lisa 108. 212
Volk, Julie 108
Vonmaur. Rachel 108
Vyncke, Tracy 184, 108. 192
Wales. Shawn 108. 158
Walker. Thomas 108
Wallarab, Bryaon 108
Wamser, Theresa 108
Wara, Nancy 184, 108. 146
Ward. Renee 108. 109
Wassell. Wendy 108
Watson. Kristina 108, 143. 192
Welch, Alice 108, 192
Weller. Denise 108
Werner. Daryl 108. 202. 146
West. Todd 108
Wheatley. Kimberly 184. 109
White, Terrell 109. 196
White, Tonya 109
Whitney. Dawn 109. 212
Whitney. Gregory 109
Wilkens, Rhonda 109. 146
Willhouse, Laurie 109
Williams, Darrin 109
Williams. Norma 109. 143
Williams. Shawna 109. 146
Billy 109, 143. 180
Jr. Danny 109
Michael 109. 143
Walker 109. 180. 146
Winchester. Scott 109
Wingert, Michelle 109
Wold, Troy 109
Womac. Troy 109
Wright. Lisa 109
Wright. Stacey 109
Yang. Bee 109, 143
Young. Barbara 109, 158
Zeigler. Carla 109
This welleknown sign is as old as the class of '84,
"I expect to pass through this world but
once. Any good therefore that I can do, or
any kindness that I can show to any fellow
creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer
or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way
"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a
matter of choicegi it is not a thing to be
waited for, it is a thing to be achieved."
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Audi for the use of their Porshe,
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Raffelson, Diane Rasmussen, Laura
Schroeder, Mary Esther Soliz, Teri Spen-
cer. Christine Thompson, Kevin Wheeler,
Kimberly Whitley. and Susan Willoughby.
Photographers: Kirk Amador and Douglas
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groups for their special assistance:
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-The business department for the use of
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-Coaches, Mr. Gene McCarter, and Mr.
James Llnrath for their assistance in com-
piling athletic data.
-Mr. Ted Tyler for his cooperation in the
use of the darkroom,
-Mr. John Aclolphi and Mr, Ron Chappell
for their photographic assistance.
-A special thanks to Mr. Howard Dusek and
the American Yearbook Company.
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