Westwood High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Mesa, AZ)
- Class of 1985
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CHIEF TA IN
Co Editors Kristin McOuitty
Associate Editors David Caruth
Advisor John Donovan
Westwood High School
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Dancing to the funky beat-
The excitement of performing on stage
Proving to all your worth and ability-
Moving in an expressive, innovative style
Exercising the imagination by
Creating wild and unique steps.
Go ahead thrill the audience
Take them to the limits of the bizarre,
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Your time has come to shine.
These are the best of times!
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Being a part of the winning team,
Competing with the opponent while always
Striving for a personal best,
Possessing the ability to be victorious,
Running with flawless rhythm,
Hearing the beat as the rubber hits the
Drenched in sweat. Your heart beats
The end is near
A strong sense of accomplishment
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Former pain vanishes and you feel great.
These are the best of times!
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The holiday generates happiness.
Enchanted are the innocent,
But never will the feeling leave,
Nothing material can replace
The love in our hearts.
We show we care by giving unto others
In this season of peace and joy-
And often sorrow.
We rejoice in our families and friends
Thankful that they are with us,
For family is the most valuable gift.
These are the best of times!
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The weekend is here at last!
Get together and really cut loose.
Time for recreation and relaxation-
.lump in and join the party,
Escape the pressures of high school life.
The water soothes and refreshes.
Laughter and enthusiasm abound.
Take advantage of youth, live the moment,
Let go of your inhibitions.
Your personality will shine through.
Act crazy, you 'll love it.
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A family of musicians
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Talent and energy combine to create
Dynamic and modish sounds.
The band will travel to the top together
All contributing and harmonizing.
Make your statement.
The crowds will remember.
Onward you 'll roll
Dedicated and invincible,
The music lifting you,
Always your inspiration.
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A place to gather, to socialize
To interact with one another.
Being with friends is one of
The joys of youth.
Togetherness is important.
Bonds are forming for
Relationships we 'll long remember.
Meeting new people and sharing ideas
Breaking down barriers
Expressing our thoughts and feelings
Celebrating life in the company of friends.
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Observing as a new substance materializes,
We uncover the mysteries of the universe.
Fascinated, we expand our minds-
Grasping concepts and comples theories.
Working together. contemplating the old
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Always inquiring, wanting to know more,
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Dedication Goes to Guerrero, Joyce, Free
The members of the yearbook staff are pleased to dedicate the yearbook to the following people:
Responsibility for student records and transcripts is an awesome task. No one does it better than Mrs. Lucy
Guerrero. Accuracy and attention to detail are attributes that Mrs. Guerrero possesses and utilizes on a
daily basis. Teachers and students feel free to come to Lucy with problems concerning class rosters or
transcripts. She is very thorough and efficient in resolving these problems. Having had three of her own
children graduate from Westwood, Lucy is a "Warrior" through and through.
When Jack Joyce become "Cheif Warrior" at Westwood in l98l he made a tremendous impact. His
enthusiasm for Westwood was contagious and he quickly infected others. He is "number one spirit leader"
for all activities, from Accent on Academics to concerts and plays to all JV and varsity sports - home or
away. By setting the example for excellence he led Westwood to national recognition as one of the top 75
high schools in the country. Students and staff know that they can approach him, any time, with a problem,
and he 'll heh: find a solution. He enjoys tennis and gardening. His wife, Sue, is a counselor at Carson Junior
High, and they are the proud parents of three daughters, Julie, Lisa, and Pam.
Mrs. Linda Free. in her position as Westwood 's head librarian, has made tremendous improvements to the
library. Ably assisted by Isabelle Main, the library is a place conducive to study. Students feel welcome in
the library and teachers enjoy bringing their classes to the library as they know they will receive excellent
help from Mrs. Free and her staff Going above and beyond the call of duty is a trait that Mrs. Free
possesses. No request for assistance is overlooked regardless of the nature of the request by student or
staff Caring for others and service above self are Mrs. Free 's trademarks.
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EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION
Westwood High hits the warpath!
Unconquerable is our pride.
bWth flaming spirit we meet our rivals.
We stand united and prepare to endure.
Mighty and brave are the Warriors.
lfWth passionate conviction they play,
Never losing sight of their goal.
War eagles determined to prevail.
Energetic crowds scream their support,
The team will never give up-
One school, united to the end.
These are the best of times!
Being named one of the Number I high schools in the nation
certainly got the school year off to a rousing beginning. Pride
was instilled quickly among the student body and because of it
school was a place that students wanted to go to- not a place
they had to attend. Assemblies came on Fridays and people
began to attend not because they had to but because they
wanted to. One popular performer was a gentleman who could
literally smash concrete - move over Mr. T!
Some new features were added, with the cafeteria being the
most popular. After a contest was held and the name Chieftain
Chow Palace settled upon, students decended in dro ves upon it.
- Where else could a student get a sandwich, fries and a drink for
a buck? Because of its unique design there was plenty of room
to sit around and socialize before the bell signalling the begin-
ning of fourth hour sounded.
The Bench still proved to be a popular gathering spot and many
of the 'Yocks" took full advantage of it. Hackey Sack once again
proved to be the game for Macho men. All in all school began
Top left, Kelly Hallett warms up in preparation for an assembly. Middle left, Ms. Nass. Mrs. Bordwell, and Ms. Stangl eat lunch at the new salad bar. Bottom left,
Bringing in the New year students try Out new cafeteria. Above Right, Mary Ann Webster preps the hamburgers during lunch hour. Opposite page left, .lohn
Jacobs one of the strong men breaks a stack of bricks, Opposite page top right, Casey Brooks and friends, kick around the "sack" in between classes, Opposite
page, bottom right, underclassmen poses for class pictures.
As Weather Cooled, Fall
Activities Heated Up.
Our Hard Workin Warriorettes Rouse School pirit
West wood 's l984-85 pom squad exhibited great amounts of true
Warrior spirit during assemblies and during halftime. The hard
and long hours of practice paid off in complex and long dances.
A complete day for the pommies began as early as 7417 and
usually ran as late as 8.20 These practices were cram-packed
with hours of long dancing. The Warriorettes did an excellent
job this year of encouraging non-fans to go to the football
games and assemblies. The smiles and enthusiasm executed by
the Warriorettes were highly appreciated. The intricate dances
performed brought an added pep to every student's stride.
The girls were present at every football game to help generate
enthusiasm and raise the Westwood spirit within the crowd.
The Warriorettes were busy traveling with the Warrior Band to
participate in the away games. The dedication required to be a
Warriorette puts pride in every Warrior during the morning
assemblies and the halftime shows.
Mrs. Sally Bixby-Sturdevant did an excellent job this year toning
the skills of the Warriorettes to a well choreographed group of
girls. The incredible precision performed by the Warriorettes
brought great joy to all who experienced their talent.
Warriorettes Top Row: Lori Box, Heather Shumway. Val Pitt, Kirsten Lohne, Sundee Stewart, Carol Udall. Stacey Morgan, Suzy Porter, Middle Row: Leanna
Stewart, Kelly Prickett. Nicole Phelps, Amy Weir, Marianne Mortenson, Jennifer Allen. Bottom Row: Kelly Beach, Lisa Wilson, Stephanie Tucker and Jana Neil
Top Left: Some wild eyed Warriors seem to really like these gals. Opposite Page Left: Stephanie Tucker and Lisa Wilson strike up a pretty pose. Top Right:
Sundee Stewart gives a shout for victory. Middle Right: The Warriorettes perform their exciting half time show. Bottom Right: Kelly Beach smiles proudly cause
she 's a pom pom girl.
Art Students Placed High In National Dune
Toward the end of last year, Universal Studios in California sponsored
a nationwide Dune contest, based on the acclaimed science-fiction
novel by Frank Herbert. The contest was held during the making of the
Ken Porr and .lim O'DonnelI entered drawings in this contest and
placed nationally. First place nationwide went to Da vid Ahlers, a Chan-
dler student. Second place nationwide went to .lim O'Donnell from
Westwood and third place nationwide went to Ken Porrp another
Westwood student! Over 4,6117 students participated in this contest.
.lim and Ken drew several pictures of Dune and Ken drew several
storyboards advertising the movie Dune. They used their imaginations
and drew the Dune characters from the book 's description. ln addition
to Ken's character designs, he also drew an original idea for a 30
second advertising commercial for the movie.
First place prize was an enchanting week in Hollywood to watch the
filming of the movie Dune. Second place prize was a 3CX7 dollar camera
and third place prize was a poster and T-shirt from the movie.
Our Westwood students, under the excellent direction of Mrs. Audrey
Robinson, gave a fine showing in this nationwide Dune contest.
ABOVE: Jim O'DonnelI represented Westwood superbly by winning second
place in the Dune contest.
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action. ABOVE RIGHT? The Baron Uladimier Harkonnon is armed for a fight.
Vibrant Cheerleaders Generate Lots Of Enthusiasm
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The spirit and dedication shown by the l984-85 Varsity and
Junior Varsity cheerleaders paid off this year in more ways
than one. Not only were both squads successful at the sum-
mer camp where they participated, but they shared in boost-
ing that Westwood Warrior pride and enthusiasm in support
of our victorious football teams.
One major difference in the Varsity line this year was the
absence of "yell leaders," the male cheerleaders who have
been used in prior years. Because of this, many of the tower-
ing pyramids and feats of strength performed by these men
are now performed by female Amazons, our own Varsity
Many hours, stress and sweat went into the performances of
the cheerleaders led by Sandy Cooper. She is another one of
Westwood's fine teachers making this years cheerleaders
true to the high standards that have become a part of the
Westwood tradition of excellence.
The talented sportsmen of Westwood depended on the
cheerleaders to bring out the excitement and desire for
victory from the studets in the stands. Cheerleading is a vital
element in promoting school spirit at Westwood. Thanks to
the chants, cheers, and frenzied cries of "War Eagle" heard
at the various sporting events. Westwood has shown great
performance with the student's support.
Left: Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Top Row: Barbara Graham. Riesa Nunes,
Marci Lavender, Bottom Row: Lori Weinberg, Kelly Helmbreck, Trisha Rob-
erts and Renee Alvarez. Top Left: Melanie Arnett and Kim Gunnel please the
crowd with their enthusiasm. Above: Principal Jack Joyce cuddles with
Melissa Soza and Melanie Arnett.
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Excitement was in the air. The stands were crowded and an air
of expectation stirred among the fans. It was Homecoming, l984
and everyone was ready for it. The game was an important one.
Marcos was the rival and was a team that had to be defeated if
the Warriors were to advance into playoff competition. The
crowd was a mixture of returning grads, hopeful fans and anx-
ious students. The time was 7:25. Suddenly the field filled with
hundreds of students who formed a human corridor. Each held a
colorful balloon. As the team raced down the lines of students,
the band broke into the traditional, "Go Westwood Go" and
hundreds of balloons fled to the sky and filled the air.
The game itself took on a magical quality. Quarterback Chad
White broke every passing record ever made at this school
while Pat Schabel caught more passes than ever before. As the
score mounted in favor of the Warriors the fans went wild.
Luckily the halftime entertainment came. As the band fomed at
the end of the field a second group also came out - they were
the grads of past years. Soon, to the fans delight, the floats
majestically came aroung the track. The climax of the evening
came as the Homecoming candidates were introduced. Of the
ten nominated two were most proud - Kent Nicholas, Homecom-
ing K ing and Leanna Stewart, Homecoming Queen.
Above are i984-85 Homecoming candidates from left to right: Tracy Johnson, Stacy LaCombe, Melanie Arnett, McCa y McGrath, Lisa Wilson, James Daniels.
Monet Valdez, Marc Beasley Above right two cute little children heh: out in the homecoming program.
Homecoming Royalit y-3l
Curtain Time Was Excitin 5
Crowd Wowed By Talent
Fall activities were off to a great start with the l984-85 Curtain
Time. The assembly was a rousing success as it exposed the
many talents of some students here at Westwood.
The modern sounds of "Mirror Image" showed their skill in
interpreting rock and roll today. A solo by .lill Blankenburg
reminded many of earlier love ballads. Dancing was present in
two forms. We watched Dance Production perform spectacular
leaps and bounds to the music of Scandalf and two groups of
"breakers" brought the intricate moves from the streets to the
stage. The four trumpeteers blasted their way into the hearts of
the audience, while The Honor Choir wrapped things up with a
choreographed tune by Neil Sedaka.
Tying each act together with Jamaican comedy relief, were the
M. C.s who enhanced every aspect of the Curtain Time Assem-
Top right: Future rock star Stacy Lacombe sho ws how casual you ha ve to be on the way to the top Above The Honor Choir sang and danced along to the tune of
"That's when the music takes me" Opposite page top: The dance productions leaped along with Scandal singing lam the Warrior Lower left Trumpeteers
Sam Biggs and Karl Huish blast out their rendition of "The Lone Ranger." Lower Right The two colorful characters added humor between each act
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The l984 Fall Play was an astronomical success. The play was
based upon the world- wide best seller, l984, by George Orwell,
which portrayed the world as a place where everything volun-
tary was illegal. The world was constantly watched over by the
ominous 'Big Brother" who controlled every move. The cast
rehearsed for over a month under the direction of Mr. Jones,
head of the drama department. The supreme effort paid off
with a spectacular good show that was enjoyed by all. The
superb acting, lighting and scenery came together in a show
that was thoroughly thought provoking.
TOP LEFF Cassandra Lee goes through a costume transformation to play the role of the 'prole" landlady. BOTTOM LEFT: Goldstein. portrayed by Arthur
McNair, dares to defy Big Brother. BOTTOM RIGHT: .Iulia and Winston, played by Whitney Richards and Christopher Haddad, find privacy away from Big
Brother's knowing eyes. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP. Guards, Charles Lancaster and Bill Flake, carry Chris Haddad off to the dreaded room lOl. OPPOSITE PAGE
BOTTOM RIGHT. Julia and Winston drink to the overthrow of Big Brother. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Big Brother watches Syme. played by Stephen
Clement, as he awaits his punishment for treason.
Warriors Experience An
Adventure In Europe
During the summer of l984, a group of excited Westwood Warriors
packed their luggage and went abroad. The ecstatic traveling crew
visited and toured the sights of such romantic places as, England, Italy,
Germany, France. and Switzerland. The crowd enjoyed the sights and
sounds of Europe for an entire month before returning back to their
home sweet home of America.
The fashion industry underwent dramatic changes. Shocking neon
brights decorated sweaters, socks, gloves and earrings. Baggy loose
fitting clothing was the 'look" for both sexes. Many Westwood male
Warriors traded in their l.evi SOI jeans for the new updated dressier
jeans or parachute pants available for guys. '34ccessories" was the
word in girl's fashion. Gobs of kiki bracelets jazzed up every outfit and
earrings and lace gloves were all the rage.
Madonna proved to be the biggest celebrity look-alike at Westwood.
Madonna 's quirky hairstyle and clothes were widely imitated. It seems
everyone wanted to be a "Lucky Star."
Westwood basically had a dressier, fresh look. Guys wore ties and
adrogynous dressing provided female Warriors with 'Menswear"
styles. Fashion stressed individuality.
OPPOSITE PA GE TOP LEF R From left, Shelley Wolfe, Hiromi Shimomura, Dianne Koesser and Angela Green way pose before the scenic Riverview pond
OPPOSITE PA GE TOP RIGHT: John Santagata takes off his sunglasses to demonstrate his professional modeling possibilities. OPPOSITE PA GE BOTTOM RIGHT?
Dianne Koesser leisurely relaxes while displaying her attractive form and apparel OPPOSITE PA GE BOTTOM LEF T: Kathy Werner and Erika Evans spend a calm
day in the park. THIS PA GE TOP: An impressive parade passes by Buckingham Place. ABOVE LEFT, Senior Karen Johnston poses with a multitude of friends made
in Italy. ABOVE RIGHD Lori Warrick checks out the glorious view.
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Lively Students "5prin " Into A ummer Frame Of Mind
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Upper left- Dan "The Man" Wooters and Mike
"GM" Olmstead pull off an amazing dual "Boneless-
to-Tail Drop-ins." Upper Right- The warm spring
weather makes studying easier for Candy Wall. Bot-
tom of Page-As captured from atop the sophomore
locker cages, the Warriors group up before heading
to 6th hour, Opposite page. Upper Left- The
Westwood campus takes a brief respite from the
normal hordes of students during the desolation of
Spring Break. Opposite page, Upper Right- The pop-
ularity of bicycles as a mode of transportation in-
creased as the spring weather grew fairer.
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Santa Comes To
Many activities occured during the winter months. The Publica-
tions staff got together and enjoyed a Christmas party. Each
student in the Chieftain and War Chant class picked the name
of another lucky publicist for whom to buy a gift. The gifts were
transferred from giver to receiver by publicities' own jolly
Santa, Dave Caruth, sporting a cool pair of shorts and a hot pair
of Vaurnet shades. But before the show began, the largest
collection of calories ever assembled in one room was con-
sumed, from turkey to ham to sirloin steaks, even the cranberry
sauce was devoured within moments of the start of the chow
Although the winter months were cherished for their fullness of
food and fun, some of Westwood's students were looking for-
ward to their summer excursion to Europe. The Europe trip,
sponsored by Gail Sturgell and Paul Wells, will transport stu-
dents from Westwood to the foreign lands of Germany, Swit-
zerland, Italy, Spain, France, and England, for three weeks of fun
and frivolity. The countries will be trodden by a crew of inter-
ested students from all over the valley, who will search far and
wide for signs of culture and adventure.
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OPPOSITE PAGE: David Garuth portrays "surfin santa" as he shares an intimate moment with Amy Zesbaugh listening to her Christmas wishes, TOP RIGH73
Even Arizona can enjoy a white Christmas, as created by head photographer, Jim W. Happ III. ABOVE LEFT: A real live snowman invades our campus. ABOVE
RIGHT: Karen Johnston and Jill Jackson glow with Christmas spirit at the publications Christmas bash.
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Delight To Students
Top Left: "You do it like this." explained Watt Goff to close admirers seeking advise from a pro. Tap Right, Not too many people get close to an eagle but if you
make your own you can get really close says Tony Fernandez. Bottom Left: Conan the Barbarian is still a popular subject for art students. Bottom Right: Some
birds have all the luck. This macromae was a successful part of the art show.
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Top Right: A beautiful mountain scene brought gasps of amazement. The scene
was painted by Shon Laney. Bottom: Springtime is flowertime, and people in the
art show and in the department grow their own just to display their aesthetic
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Excellence ln Education
Discovering a natural ability,
Joining a team of athletes,
Practicing daily to sharpen your skill
The match approaches, competition looks
The first taste of victory.
Looking ahead, you want to win again
You meet defeat, acceptance isn t easy
But sportsmanship endures.
Harder you work, building strength
As the team matures and improves
A bond of companionship forms
These are the best of times!
Westwood Comes Back For A Mnning Season
"Winning may not be everything but it sure beats losing!" The
Westwood Warrior varsity football team took this idea to heart
and compiled a 7-3 winning season in the very tough Central
Under the direction of quarterback, Chad White and the seem-
ingly glue covered hands of receiver, Pat Schabel. the ball ap-
peared to sail for one winning score after the other. Practice
makes perfect and practice the team did. Hour after hour the
varsity team worked every school night of the week and all of
their sweat and hard work paid off as the team record indicat-
The Junior Blues, coached by Lonnie Foster, wrapped up the
season with a 4-4 record. The team faced each game with a
winning attitude, showing great sportsmanship on and off the
field. The team represented Westwood well,
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faced many tough opponents this season, but managed to over-
po wer each and every one to wrap up the season with an
unblemished record of 8-O Westwoods future is looking good,
Varsity Footbalh Top Row: John Turcott, Monte Ward, Pat Schabel, Matt Dickerson, Jim Warner, Gordon Ray, Jolm Larson, Rick Davidson, Jody Sprietsma. Da vid
Emenhiser Second Row: Tom Atkinson, Mike Adams, Rodney Bonner, Pat Clark, Colton Taylor, Richard Campos, Shawn Peterson, Wally Martinez, Clayton Randall
Third Row, Dale Noble, Chad White, Allan Hodge, Coach Van Ausdale, Coach Jones, Coach Loper, Coach Townsend, Coach Oviedo, Darrell Epps, John Baker,
Fourth Row: John Swaggerty, Brian DuBiel, Scott Roberts, Lane Mortensen, Dougie Lewis, Michael Bair, Adolf Campos, Rusty Mallett Bottom Row, Eric Boucher,
Terry Hodges, Dwayne Widmer, Harrison Lee, Tom Garcia, Scottie Skinner, J.P. Pierson TOP LH- T: Gordon Ray kicks off another one of his award winning Field
TOP LEP T: leading the way through the banner, Terry Hodges prepares for victory. TOP RlGHTf "were Ji I!" shouts Dale Noble. ABOVE LEFT: "Come on. Let's
get that first down! " is what Deryl Epps seems to be yelling from the sidelines, ABOVE RIGHT: After successfully catching the ball, Monte Ward runs for a T.D.
JR Blues Football: Top Row: John Durfee, Sam Robinson, Daryl Brown, Bill K inch, Fred Whiting, Lane Webb, Clayton Kaminski, Mike Ochoa. Bret Mellott, Jeff
Abramson Second Rowf Mike Crawford, Mark Porter, Tom Gerber. Aaron Garcia, Mark Schnider. Dean Warden. John Muth, Todd Adams, Gary Funk Neil Makil
Third Row: Adam Aguilar, David Allen, Benny Lucero, Tammy Elmer, Coach Casillas, Coach Foster. Dan Marcello, Larry Gilbert, Mike Burns, Aaron Moore, Scott
Allison Fourth Row: Brian Allen, Todd Anderson, Ryan Duve, Jeff Chandler, David Martinez, Rich Townsend, Roger Moss. Tim Barber Bottom Row, Marty
Simmons, Rob Petre, George Miller, Lynn Anderson, Mike Westwood, Matt Bramley. Scott Ballwa
Junior Varsity Footbalb Top Row: Justin Rutherford, Mark Brunsdale, Scott Benny. David Bedwell, Brett Leavitt, Carl Huish, Troy Kotsor, Kevin Meyer Second
Row: Mike Bunch, Mike Butler, Rick Flaherty, Brian Mason, Aaron Cayton, Kelly Mullenaux, Todd Solomen, Brad Blue, Charlie Ament, Kyle lde Third Row: Sean
Bergman, Terry Birk, Todd Christensen, Coach Hillaker, Coach Hepking, Coach Jolly, Ray C oultrap, Ron Anderson, Tom Cowalcheck Fourth Row: Ben Hufnagel,
Joe Oliver, Randy Wondrish, Sean Roundtree, Jim Thiede, Kevin Wright, Steve Stern Bottom Row: Jim Rowe, J.J. C amptell, Greg Garcia, Kyle Johnson, Alex
Burhans, Shad Kelly
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TOP RIGHT: Rowdy Westwood fans show svhool spirit. TOP LEETJ J, V. Punter kicks for tremendous yardage. ABOVE: "WAR EAGLE, TEAR EM' UP
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McOuitty explore Westwood's prospects against
Kofa before practice. ABOVE: With a determined
look. Senior Glen Mounts heads for the finish line.
RIGHT: Westwood's Girl's Swim Team! top row:
Coach Donovan, Anne DeJong, Diane Kranich, Carol
Rutherford, Amy Zesbaugh, Marcy Lavender, 2nd
row: Sharon Abele, Caryn Hochgraef, Julie Whiting.
Connie Neven, Kim Blankenburg, Ruth Hammond.
3rd row: Shannon Stienert. Jana Templin. Anne
Niebch, Kristin McQuitty, Theresa Denowh. Bottom
row: Kristeen Harris, Paula Kelsey. Marcy Jacobs,
Susan Schwartz, Renee Bubenheim, Karen McOuitty.
Boys Uphold Tradition,
Girls Make New Tradition
Both Westwood Boy's and Girl's Swim Teams made an outstanding
effort to finish with winning seasons, The boys upheld the strong
swimming tradition, while the girls paved the way to a new winning
The boys remained undefeated throughout the season. The boy's only
setback came in the Mesa Elks Relay Meet when Westwood placed a
close second to cross-town rival McClintock. Westwood 's success was
due to a variety of reasons. Coach Criag Cummins trained the boys
harder this year than ever. Everyone improved, while superstars Kent
Nicholas, Tom Wade, Chris Jantz, newcomer Jason Anderson, and
Stuart Hartvikson continued to rake in first places meet after meet. As
the season progressed, Westwood 's male swimmers became nationally
known and feared by all teams they faced, The boy's traveled to
Tucson to place an outstanding fourth place in the state competition,
The girls shocked many with their 8-I record, The team this year did
the best ever since l976. The success was due to the team 's depth. Not
all first places went to the Warriors, but meets were won based on
seconds, thirds, and fourths. Some of the stars were: Sharon Abele, Kim
Blankenburg, Ruth Hammond, Diane Kranich, Kristin McQuitty. Anne
DeJong and Shannon Steinert. Freshman Marcy Jacobs was a strong
asset to the team, She was the lone qualifier for the finals at the state
meet, With only two seniors graduating, the girls expect to continue
this new winning tradition.
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Westwood Boy's Swim Team: Top row, Coach Cum-
mins. Tyler Rhoades, Stuart Hart vikson, K ent Nicho-
las, ,lon Ellsworth. 2nd row: Danny Schmid, Chris
Jantz. Bill Mast, Tom Wade, Mark Reeves, Lee
Heath, 3rd row: Glen Mounts, Troy Culver, David
Hunter, Shannon Hughes, Lenny Starks, Bottom row:
Erick Niebch, Cory Slama, .loe Christoff, Jason An-
derson, Mark Taylor.
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swimmer Tom Wade, enjoys a McDonalds Sundae on the seven hour trip home from Yuma. ABOVE RIGHT: David Hunter gives Westwood an early lead in the
backstroke race. OPPOSITE PA GE Top Left: Freshman Marcy Jacobs grabs a breath of air before obtaining another first place. OPPOSITE PA GE BOTTOM LEE T:
Happily kicking through Coach Donovan 's workout are Renee Bubenheim and Karen McQuitt y who are far from camera shy. OPPOSITE PA GE TOP RIGHT: Being
tall for the first time, Coach Pipes poses with diving captains Cherlene Eaves and Michelle Harris. OPPOSITE PA GE BOTTOM RIGHT: THE WESTWOOD DIVING
TEAM: IOP row, Becky Courter, Deborah Gofas. Coach Bette Pipes, Cherlene Eaves, Michelle Harris, Theresa Kereluk. bottom row: Greg Scoresby, Daryl Allen,
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Cross County Teams
Two Of Westwood's Finest
The boys Cross County team had a season filled with excitement
and challenge. Both varsity and junior varsity teams had a season
record of I4-l. The varsity team came in first at both the Doug
Conolly and Prescott lnvitationals and placed third in the state
cross country competition. They were also runner-ups in the Gil-
bert lnvitational and the Central Divisional meets. Leading the
team was Doug Hobbs placing first in every meet including the
state competition. Doug set nine course records and had a terrific
season. Coach Kyle Sawyer appreciated the support the team
received and looks forward to coaching again next year.
The girls Cross County team also had an exciting and rewarding
season. In addition to being undefeated, they were both city and
divisional champions. They went on to become runner-up in the
Prescott Invitational meet and sixth in the state cross country
competition. The team consisted of twenty highly competitive and
energetic girls making it the largest school team in the state. Carol
Moore, a junior this year, had a very successful season. Coach Barb
Anderes feels the team will be even stronger next year since the
majority of the runners were sophomores and juniors and will
continue to run for Westwood next year.
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James Chambers, and Doug Hobbs, ABO VE: Girls Cross Country Team. TOP RO W: Kelly Miller. Becky Shaw, Stacey Mckinster, Polly Johnston, Diane Heywood.
, Misti Stowe, Carol Moore. Stacey Tryon, Coach Barb Anderes, MIDDLE RO W: Kathy Smith. Yvonne Rodriquez, Sammi Sugar, Lynda Bracken, Lisa Howard, Natalie
Strickland. Helena Nerell. BOTTOM ROW: Amy Gardner, ' , Regan Kennedy, Liza Hultberg, Shannon Anderson.
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"Always striving for the best" are words which best describe Doug Hobbs who was undefeated this season and has set nine new course records. OPPOSITE
PAGE BOTTOM I?IGHTf Happiness is catching Coach Anderes with two of her favorite runners. Stacey McKinster and Diane Heywood, TOP: Westwood 's top
two girl cross country runners, Carol Moore and Misty Stowe, stretch out before the Dobson meet. ABOVE: Junior Varsity Cross Country Team, TOP RO W1
Coach Kyle Sawyer, Dan Roosevelt, Tobey Ashcroft, Mike Campbell, Thad Toney, Ken Lytle, Odie Toney. Tim Webster, Andy Stewart, Greg Bloom. MIDDLE
ROW: Tom Mondragon. Adam Goff, Tracy Cook, Danny Little, Mark Heywood, Art Acuna, Tom Salada. BOTTOM RO W: Jorge Zuniga, Jeff Thomas, Will Cramer.
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Volleyball Has Great Year
Season Pleases Coach
The Westwood girl's varsity volleyball team, lead by 9 exper-
ienced seniors, had one of their best years ever. Westwood
went to state for the first time this year. The girls also managed
to take first place in their league, second place in their division
and win the Arcadia Invitational tournament. The girls ended
the season with a fantastic record of I7 wins and only 6 losses.
The junior varsity team also had a great year with a record of l2
wins and only 4 loses. We all wish the junior varsity team good
luck again next year.
At the team banquet, Karen Johnston was picked as the most
valuable player, Kari Hunt was picked as the outstanding offen-
sive player, Susan Reidhead was selected as the outstanding
defensive player, and Nancy Castro was chosen as the most
A special thanks goes to Coach Gretchen Rowe from the players
and the entire student body for her outstanding coaching job
this year, May she have many more.
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TOP RIGHT: Susan Reidhead returns a serve, ABOVE: Varsity Volleyball Team Bottom Row: C arolee Bowen, Susan Reidhead, Jill Jag kson Karen Johnston Diane
Mullins. Carolina Rodriquez. Middle Row: Kim Allen, Mary Loftus, Kari Hunt, Polly Gerber, Nancy Castro, LeAnn Sorenson. Top Row coach Gretchen Rowe Mgr
Amy Plumb, Mgr, Michalene Hunt, Mgr. Christy Stafford, Mgr. Marni Davidson.
Badminton Team Strong:
Woelkers Leads The Way
The Badminton Team was ranked one of the top three teams in
divisionals. Out of eleven games the team only lost two, by close
scores. The girls came on strong all season. Kirsten Woelkers,
Kerri Linde, and Christa Lombardo were returning players from
the last year Varsity Team. The others, though new, turned out
to be fighters. There was a lot of competition on the Varsity
Team this year. Everyone was striving for the number one
position, Although Coach Yolie Munoz thought the top three
would be switching around a lot, they settled down to their
positions, Junior Kirsten Woelkers held the number one posi-
tion. Kirsten is an aggressive player, ending her season with a
ten win and one loss record. She went on to place third in
divisionals and placed well in state. Junior Tammy Bogard has
also helped the Varsity Team tremdously. Coming in three
weeks into the season this year, she made her way to the
number five position on Varsity. For her first year Tammy has
shown improvement and eagerness to be a winner. The girls had
a banguet held at the end of the season. This gave the coach a
chance to show her graditude toward the players. A wards were
given out for the most improved player, and the most outstand-
ing, and awards for girls who had been on the team for three
years. The team will be losing four of the Varsity Players to
graduation, but some very aggressive players are moving up in
their places. The girls had a great season, and plan to continue
their success in 1985.
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McGrath Key To Victories
Excitement-that's the best word which best describes the l984-
85 basketball season. Coach Bud Doolen and his band of sharp
shooting hoopsters brought nothing but pleasure to thousands
of fans this past season as they marched to a I9-9 season, a
perfect league season capped by the Division Championship
and a well earned berth in the state AAA playoffs. Leading the
Warriors throughout the weeks of play were M 'Kay McGrath,
the super forward who cork-screwed his way to many a basket
and Kyle Cummins, the pint sized guard whose long twenty five
foot shots broke up the defensive rhythm of many opponent.
Along with the excellent ball handling of .lerral Slinkard, return-
ing sharp shooters Kurt Keesler and Shawn Hamilton added
strength and depth to this year's quintet.
The Junior Varsity team also let their talents shine this year as
they came through with a I5-4 record. Finishing second in the
city and second in the division, the J. V. players prove that
basketball is alive and well at Westwood. Coach Ken Troutt feels
that these players have definitely set a promising pace for
future Westwood teams. Leading scorers for the team were
Marc Menden and Karl Huish.
Westwood basketball this year was nothing short of outstand-
ing. There is no doubt that basketball at Westwood will remain
at it's finest.
TOP LEFT: Seen here, Alan Hodge dreaming of the day that he can play Varsity. ABOVE: "lt 's never taken me this long to get down the court before. " thinks
Shawn Hamilton, with the heb of Dawn Hileman and Dina Woodworth during a pep assembly.
TOP LEFT: .loe Casey looks on in amazement as Shawn Hamilton pulls down
another rebound. LEF73 "Decisions, decisions, decisions. What should I do with
the ball?" seems to be the thoughts of Kurt Kiesler. ABOVE: "Going, going,
gone!" Kyle Cummins seems to be thinking as another 3Ofooter swishes
through the hoop.
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Top Left: This two point la yup was well earned as Marc Beasley maneuvered through a crowd of Saguaro players.
Top Right: Monte Ward sticks out his tongue at the opposing team.
Above: Varsity Basketball Top ro w: Rodney Bonner, James Daniels. Mark Andrews, Mike Ting y, Jerrel Slinkard. Second ro wt Kurt K iesler, M 76a y McGrath, Shawn
Hamilton, Bob Jacot. Craig Leiber, Marc Beasley. Bottom row: Monte Ward. Kyle Cummins, Joe Casey
Female Hoopsters S tri ve To Ha ve A Whnning Season
At Right: Varsity Basketball Top Row:
Karen Johnston, Kristen Benton, Kerri
Linde, Coach Paul Wells, .lill Myers.
Stacey Whitaker, Linda Deeringwater
Bottom Row: Kim Allen, Sammy Sugar,
Cindy Lujan. Rachael Ortiz, Tammy
Bogard, Connie Nevin.
Above Right, Happiness is being on
the girls basketball team. Karen John-
ston and Kristen Benton sure are hap-
Above Left, "Please go in, please," is
what Kerri Linde seems to be saying.
Althou h Small, Westwood
Golfers Tee Off Towards
Victory And A Wnnin
Although small, the Westwood golf team finished their season
with a winning record. Under the skilled hands of Coach Jerry
Grubbs, the team practiced at Dobson Ranch every day after
school. The work paid off as the team smashed other valley
teams throughout the season. The top five players for
Westwood were: Mike Del Col, Tony Korman, Mark Bebko, and
the two freshmen, Blair and Craig Nicholas. These fine athletes
represented the Warriors in the Kofa Invitational. The team also
played well at the Father-Son Tournament and the Divisional
tournament, but barely missed the opportunity to play in the
state competition. These boys should be commended.
The team will suffer the loss of four seniors to graduation.
However, plans for next year 's team are already in the making.
Coach Grubbs hopes the six juniors, along with the two fresh-
men will return and continue the success of this year's team.
Juniors Tony Korman and Mike Del Col will make Westwood the
team to beat.
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Cummings, Trent Suthcrlaml, ,larry Grubbs. HOIIOIII row. Mike Dclcol, John Kross. Tony Korman, and Mark llubco.
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Soccer Shines VWth
Success Team Welcomes
Balls bouncing off heads is not everyone's idea of fun, but the
l984-1985 Westwood Soccer team had a good kick and a terrific
Led by the two new coaches, Dan Kuntz with Varsity and Vic
Cornell for the J. V. team, they finished the season with 4 wins, 7
losses, and l tie.
There were a few changes because of the new coaches and a
new style of play. This resulted in a slow start that stabilized
after Christmas and did very well towards the end of the
season. The best games were played at the close of the season
when they won the last 3.
The team missed the playoffs by a lf2 game. They were disap-
pointed, but feel that because they were a young team, consist-
ing mostly of sophomores and juniors, they ha ve a good shot at
the playoffs next year.
Mr. Cole. the teams general manager and biggest supporter, was
very positive about the team's playing this year and comment-
ed on their progress. He is anxiously awaiting next year.
Special thanks to the managers who supported our soccer team
this year, Carol Rutherford, Julie Whiting, Kristin McQuilty,
Kristeen Harris, and Diane Kranich.
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row, Vic Cornell, Mark Shafer, Ronnie Anderson, Dan Kuntz, Todd Williams, Hal Engstrom, Tony Korman, Somsri Novak, Ron Cole. Bottom row, Deven Ward, Binh
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Carol Moore, Becky Shaw, Sharon Abele, Marcy Lavender, Kristeen Harris, Karen McOuitty, Shannon Anderson, Sandra Hester, Marnie Davidson, Michelle
Harris, Charletta Cornwell, Laura Mills, Denice Davis. Michelle Ortiz, Coach Jones Middle row: Coach Anderes, Ruth Hammond, Susan Reidhead, Jill Jackson,
Tamra Passey, Karla Sorenson, Chrishna Woodburn, Theresa Denow, Diane Kranich, Julie Whtiting, Kris Brookes, Krista Lombardo, Stacey Tryon, Lorette
Bracken, Deborah Gofus, Coach Thomas Bottom Row, Lisa Reeves, Michelle McDurmeth, Angela Dickens, Amy Gardner, Carol Rutherforf, Dianne Heywood,
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the fine form of Top hurdler, Sharon Abele as she leaps to the finish line. Above Right: It 's a bird! It 's a plane! It 's super track star, Susan Reidhead bounding into
the sand for the long jump.
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Varsity Track Team: Top row, left to right: Rodney Bonner: Niel Makilg Juston Rutherfordf .lohn-Pierre Thompsonf David Frisell: Scott Roberts: Sean Roundtree:
Jodie Sprietsmap Mike Areghini. Second row, Coach Hilliker: Al Hendrietln Mike Campbell, Rusty Lesuerf Kurt Christensen, Dale Noblef Tim Webster: Andy
Stewart: Richard Ramirez: Coach Sawyer. 3rd row, left to right: Jeff Wegner, James C hambersg Robert Gonzales: Mark Meldrumf Gil Valdez: Duane Numkenaf
Doug Hobbs, Dale Dandurandp .l..l. C amptellt Tom Garcia. Top Left: Dale Noble, Tom Garcia, and Scott Roberts get off to a good start. Top Right: Getting ready to
heave the shot put is Richard Ramirez.
J. V. Track. Top Row, Richard Bottoms: Thad Toney. Todd Christensem Odie Toney: Greg Bloom, Kevin Dawef Aaron Cayton: Ken L ytle, Tobey Ashcroft: Chris
Bedwelh Scott Binnief Mike Butler, Daryl Brown. Marr: Brunsdale, Brent Levitt. 2nd row: Coach Hilliker. James Roe: John Johnsong David Randulph Gary Bahef
Danny Roosevelt. Ed Gieger, Ed Acoslag Trevan Householder, Stephen Lauttf Floyd Williams, Marc Shumwayf Steve Stern: Jon Durfeep Coach Sawyer. 3rd row,
John Taylor: Todd Solomon: Chris Johnson: Ron Perkins, Will Cramerg McKinley Orr: Leroy Smith: Dan Dubekp Shawn Berjmant Mike Grinert Chris Richg John
Ward, Julian Walters. Bottom row, Brad Blue, Larry E vans: Jesse Marrowguim Danny Lewis, Steve Ebrightt Jeffrey Thomas, Donny Gonzales: Mark Heywood:
Marcello Pergira, Mike Westwood. Top Left: Jody Sprietsma prepares to launch the discus. Top Right. Andy Stewart strides over another hurdle,
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ABOVE: Even Wefstwoods top tennis players need a little help from time to time. Coach Lunoz helps Melissa Tafoya as Kirsten Woelkers, Dawn Kirkpatrick
Dianne Kennedy, and Shannon Kirkpatrick look on,
TOP LEFT: A perfect backhand swing is demonstrated here by Dianne Kennedy. TOP RIGHT: Shannon Kirkpatrick shows off her powerful serve, ABO VE: Tennis
Team, TOP RO W: Coach Munoz, C aroly Cline, Candice Olea. Dina Woodworth, Heather Sandler, Shaila Reidhead. Audrey Hicks, Tracey Leverson. MIDDLE RO W:
Laura Crouch, Denise Kenney, Janice Ainsworth, Tana Bachelder, Vicki Dobson, Amy Kramer, Mellisa Tafoya, Allison Bowerman. BOTTOM RO W: Christy
Barnard, Linda Kennedy, Christine Gonzales, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Courtney Kuhse, Dianne Kennedy, Dawn Kirkpatrick, Kristen Woelkers. Not pictured: Kristie
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one that can't be beat. Above Tennis Team: Top row: Jeff Setlow, Robbie Russo, Tarrin Walz, Craig Menden, Dave Holliday, Ed Yanez, Coach Livingston, Brad
Wilson, Dan Schindele, Tim K inney, David Spuhler, Shaun Pipes, Scott Ballway Bottom: .lohn Kross, Ryan Talamante, Tyler Rhodes, Glenn Mounts, Ben Jufnagel.
Pete Drozdowicz, .leff Hershauer, Kresten McGrath, Jeff Manning, Dennis Zimmerman, Ken Norris.
Yanez Leads Westwood Rackets To A mashing Season
Top left: Dave Holliday's excellent form and technique never fail him as his competitors search for an escape. Top Right: A steady and consistent forehand is all
a part of Robbie Russo 's strategy to down his competition. Above Left: Opponents learned quickly that Jeff Setlow's backhand was as devestating as his
forehand. Above Right: Craig Menden delivers another unreturnable serve to hi opponent.
Westwood Boys Wrap Up Competition VWth 7-3-I
Swearing, straining, grunting, and groaning are all a part of
one of the leading sports at Westwood.
Wrestling is not a shiny cape with a black belt, and a mask
aroung the face as seen on T. V. No, it is a sport that
requires a lot of dedication and even more hard work.
Under the direction of new head Coach Montavo, the
team this year did extemely well. Taking over a flounder-
ing program, Coach Monta vo and his Varsity team racked
up an impressive 7-3-I record. The .lunior Varsity faired
well also bringing in 6 wins as opposed to only 4 losses.
A lot of the credit for the teams success has to go to
Mickey Kanoy at D6 pounds who placed first in the Cen-
tral Division Tournament. At l34 pounds, Sam Reidhead
placed second along with Leon Nicholas at I45 pounds.
Bringing home fourth place honors was none other than
Eric Connolly who wrestled in the l38 pound weight class.
Because of the accomplishments of these fine athletes,
Westwood was able to bring home the first place trophy.
But no, they didn 't stop there, they went on to compete at
the division and state levels. Looking ahead, Coach Mon-
tavo figures with the fine showing, the .lunior Varsity
team did, he sees a bright future in wrestling at Westwood
for years to come.
Above: Varsity Wrestling Team Top row, Coach Monta vo, James Rowe, Eric Connolly, Leon Nicholas, Herman Bernal. Justin Rutherford, Da vid Belcher, Ste ve
Giebe, Coach Kelly. Bottom row: Mark Heywood, Mickey Kanoy, Sam Reidhead. Scott De Ragd, Hy Vuong. Leigh Riese, Ken Bumpus.
Top Left: During strenuous practice Mickey Kanoy and Roger Garcia work on drills for the upcoming match.
Opposite Page Top Right: As Justin works for a breakdown he thinks of a winning season.
Above: Junior Varsity Team Top Row: Coach Mantavo, Randy Wondriff, Roger Garcia, David Randolf, Mark Brunsdale, Ron Kieffer, Scott Burley, Dwayne
MacDonald, Coach Kelly. Bottom row: Scott Allison, Bud Isaacs, Joe Christoff, Jeff Starling, Preston Peterson, Mario Trevino, Garn Bailey,
Top Left: Demonstrating a correct down starting position Garn Bailey show his cheerful grin
oftballers Were Success:
Thomas Proud Of His
With Mr, Thomas coaching and the assistance of student teach-
er, Mr. Saunders, the Westwood Girls Varsity Softball team
finished the season with a record of I0 wins, 9 losses, and l tie.
Coach Thomas feels it was a successful year, but he and the
team shared the disappointment of a close miss to the divisional
playoffs by one game.
The strengths were good hitting and fielding with great im-
t L , A ,b provements in pitching towards the end of the season. The girls
L , A outhit almost every team.
L Coach Thomas felt all of the girls were strong assets to the team
and commented, "I am very proud of the girls this year, they
really worked hard and we are looking forward to the return of
the Varsity players and a successful season next year,"
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up! A pitcher takes a lot of time be-
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with the first game against McClintock on November I6. They
finished the season with a doubleheader against Kofa on Janu-
, ary I6.
Varsity Softball Team Back Row: Colleen Kirkpatrick, Bicki Legg, Shannon Kirkpatrick, Coach Al Thomas, Dawn Kirkpat-
rick. Karen Seagrave. Middle Row: Mary Loftus, LeeAnn Sorenson, Connie Nevin, Michele Harris. Bottom Row: Tammy
Bogard, Marianne Hayne, Leslie Washington, Andrea Magallanez, Dianne Kennedy.
Junior Varsity Softball Team. Back Row: Coach Jones, Marnie Davidson, Marcy Lavender, Aralynn Nowack, Bev Graff,
Janene Walker, Coach Hebting. Middle Row: Stephanie Young, Bitzy Gumz, Michelle Kagel, Michelle McDermott. Sammy
Suga. Bottom Row: Marina Magallanez, Darcy Swanson, Carolee Bowen, Tracy Bennett, Jerri Gross.
Top Left: Coach Al Thomas discusses
game strategies with Mrs. Sally Stur-
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she narrowly catches the ball to com-
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John Turcott. Robert Bernal. Glenn Showers, Anthony Felix. Chad White, Bottom Row: Trent Timmons, Mike Fournier, Bobby C ockrum. Billy Kerr, Brian DuBiel.
Top Left: With a cold glare in his eye, Nick Felix delivers another streaking missle past his opponent. Top Right: Team work by Trent Timmons and Rich
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Making a commitment to a club,
Pledging to uphold standards of excellence.
Planning specialized projects for monetary
You embark on creative activities,
Gathering knowledge and experience.
By serving your school and community,
You gain a sense of worth and accomplish-
And the best part - the work is fun.
Socializing and sharing ideas with friends
Build long-lasting memories of special days.
These are the best of times!
Marchin Band Stirs Crowds
Apache, Jazz Bands Excel
The Westwood Marching Band had a great season this year, showing its
talent in many spectacular shows. This awesome band never failed to
rally spirit and excitement at pep assemblies, as well as generating pride
and enthusiasm at games. They backed up the team, often shouting
cheers and chiming in with the fight song when called for. The Marching
Band also marched in several local parades and played at ASU games.
This vast vareity of activities required hours of practice, including the
memorization of drills and music. The strenuous labor payed off
through, for the Marching Band received a superior rating for its perfor-
mance in Band Day at Northern Arizona University. The success of this
group is due to the effort of each individual and to the superior direc-
tion of Mr. Bob Cunningham.
The Apache Band and Jazz Band also showed fine showmanship in their
concerts throughout the year. The unique and mod styles of Jazz Band
delighted audiences. Apache Band 's superb playing was a credit to
Westwood's outstanding music department.
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ABO VE: Apache Band. TOP ROW: Tom Terry, Jim Terry, James Seeger, Brent Elliott Steve Scally Tim Davis Ben Leonard Gary Buker Mason Burbank K lmball
Layton. SECOND RO W: Mark Territo, Dan Roosevelt, Doug Keron, Jerry Smith, Mike Yankura Charles Sa vcedo Keevln Castillo Todd Brackenbury Bill Yoder
THIRD RO W: Kevin Cox, L ynnette Rowly, Heather Roberts, Tregon y Shepard. Jodie Ople Theresa Gonzalez Rhonda Mccardie Melissa Dlngman Sharon Wilson
Sam Biggs, BOTTOM RO W: Donna Knoer, Sheri Stepp, Lineva Moyer, Tricia Roberts Dawn Coe KBl1I7l Emmemhlser Tonya Plckard Tracey Johansen TOP
RIGHT: An Apache Band claranetist practice during a rehearsal.
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The mighty Warrior Band continued its tradition of excellence
throughout this school year. Despite the loss of many graduates
last year, the underclassmen upheld the group's status. The
Warrior Band, under the direction of Bob Cunningham, is the
top musical group of its kind at Westwood.
Considered one of the finest in the state, the Warrior Band
drew large audiences at their concerts all year. As last year, this
outstanding representative from Westwood attended the
World of Music Festival in San Diego and gave a great perfor-
mance. The success and unity of the group stems in part from
the Warrior Band Council, under the leadership of President
Stacy Templin. The council made decisions concerning the band
and organized activities and fund raisers.
The combined effort of the students, directors, and members of
the council made the Warrior Band into the prestigious organi-
zation that it is. Each member's concentration and dedication
resulted in the conquering of difficult music and the continuing
of a tradition of musical expertise.
Warrior Band Take Honors, Performs In San Diego
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WARRIOR BA ND PERSONNEL
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Richardson, Michelle Perysian, Sonya Foote, Jenni Guthrie, Jarene Rogers. Toni Vogt, Laurie Olsen, Cindy Schern, Tawnya Price, Holly Le5euer, Leslie Daines.
BOTTOM RO W: Sheri Jo Sorenson, Misty Shultz, John Reynolds, Julie C irou, Jason Anderson, Michelle Lindblom, Lee Geller, Deborah Gafoas, Rick Harris, Christy
Porter, Kreston McGrath, Sheila Rowley, Julie Shain. ABO VE: Showcase Strings. TOP RO W: Lance Roederer, Wendi Lindblom. Larry K yrala, Kolleen Jackson,
Melissa Tryon, Tom Scully, Holly Le5euer, Holly Wright, Lisa Eager, Lisa Mckellips, Melissa Kaminski, Mark Chapman, Tono Vogt. Jenni Christiansen, Tammy
Watson, Lee Conn.'BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Pepera, Stephanie Tucker, Dana Woolard. John Ose, Robin Pitts, Christy Poter, Shari Anderson.
The Westwood Symphony Orchestra surpassed its reputed excellence
in the many outstanding performances throughout the year. Noted as
the finest orchestra in the state, the orchestra, under the leadership of
conductor Kim Thompson and President Terri Clark, upheld this honor.
As in years past, the orchestra participated in many competitions,
never failing to leave the judges in awe. They travelled for the second
time to San Diego for the World of Music Festival, a trip which
required the riasing of money by each individual, Thus, fund raisers
such as candy sales, auctions, and calander sales were common. The
Symphony Orchestra Council and Westwood Parents and Boosters
Association helped greatly with fund raising.
The Symphony Orchestra worked intensely on a variety of music in
preparation for numerous concerts, Soloists for each performance
were selected through concerto auditions at the beginning of the year.
Each one delighted the audience and surely inspired young musicians
and future members of the orchestra. The continuous excellence ex-
hibited by this group deserves much appretiation and admiration by
ABOVE: Symphony Orchestra Council, TOP: Terri Clark. TOP RO W: Betsy Wallace, Lisa Eager, Karen Hamilton. Jean Miller, Dannis Shepard, Carrie Robson.
BOTTOM ROW: David Duvall, .lason Bell, .lohn Willis, TOP LEFT: Whitney Richards plays an oboe solo during a performance.
S YMPHON Y ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL
Melissa Soza, C oncertmaster
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Carrie Robson, Principal
Janeen K iene
Larry K yrala
Barbie Clark, Principal
Betsy Wallace, Principal
Lee Conn, Principal
Shari Anderson, Principal
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Choral Groups Keep Busy
Give Many Expert
The four choral groups at Westwood consisted of l5O talented
students. These four choirs were Sophomore Chorale.
Westwood's Girl Choir, Concert Choir, and Honor Choir. Stu-
dents were placed in the groups according to their abilities and
the needs of each choir. Throughout the year, vocalists were
exposed to all styles of music, from the renaissance to the
classics, to popular and jazz music, conductor .leff Harris select-
ed a vast repertoire. Competing and being chosen to participate
in the All State music festival was the highlight of the year for
choral group members.
The most outstanding group at Westwood was the Honor Choir.
This excellent performing group kept active by traveling to
mobile home parks throughout the community and singing for
onlookers. The choir was selected to appear at the State Con-
vention meetings and participated in exchange concerts with
other high schools in the Valley of the Sun. The Honor Choir was
invited and took part in the ACDA and Mountain States festi-
vals which are held every year.
Concert Choir was again the largest choral group at Westwood.
Made up of juniors and seniors, the primary purpose of this
group was to prepare members for Honor Choir. They also took
part in many festivals during the school year.
ABO VE: Concert Choir. TOP ROW: Erik Lohne. Chuck Moler, Barry Hedges, Louis Roundtree, David Warren. Tom Lewis. SECOND ROW Daniel Dubek Chris
Goff, Robert Bagley, Larry Marble, Dean Warden, Garn Bailey, .Ion Elsworth. THIRD RO W. Cindy Schern, Kristen Kelley, Katy Morse Kirstin Lohne Michele
Perysian, Sue Wiler, Tammy Watson. Kerri Linde, Amy Halverson. Karen Townsend, Mary Neel. Brenda Karlinsey, Sharla Bingham Andrea Orr Lisa Latulippy
Anna Hutman, Jennifer Fuller. BOTTOM ROW: LaDawn Palmer, Ruth Meyers, Cristi Butler, Ginger Durfee, Melanie Clulf, Holly Wermuth Larol Udall Suzy
Porter, Jenny Montague, Judy Broussard, Ember Stokes, Denise Nunez.
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Student Council Keeps
School Running Smoothly
As the year comes to a close, hands have been shaken. and
awards ha ve been given out, the school takes time to recognize
a special and elite club. Student Council is the recipient of this
Members of Student Council were elected to do a specific job.
Yet before one can obtain a nomination, one must complete
rigid requirements. A person must obtain a 2.5 grade point
average, ha ve fifty Warriors to sign hisfher petition and, most
importantly, be able to best represent the student body. After
all is done, the candidate must obtain a nomination and realize
that Student Council is not all fun and games.
Throughout the years, Student Council has passed school rules
and regulations, change bad ones, represented Westwood in
various city functions, promoted school spirit, and organized
school activities. This year was no exception. The assemblies,
"spirit days", Tai Chewee week, Nakwatchum and Wah Hoo Pah
Hoo, class plays and the blood drive were all organized by the
The club 's new leader, Mrs. Melissa Gambill, put Student Council
in high gear. With the cooperation of the staff and administra-
tion the club had a fantastic year.
TOP: Mrs. Gambill bids farewell to her favoite Aussie, Cassandra Lee. ABOVE: Westwood Student Council, TOP ROW: Kent Nicholas, David Dawn, Victor
Christensen, Jean-Pierre Thompson, .lenny Montague. Bill Mast, Kay Freeman, .lolm Gardner, Monte Ward. Jean-Noel Thompson, Scott Welle, Kyle Cummins.
BOTTOM RO W. Mark Heywood, Kirsten Woelkers, Cassandra lee, Patti Nielson, Carol Farnsworth, Dana Shill, C aryn Hochgraef, Polly Johnston, Isabelle Stainer,
Helena Nerell, Carol Alldredge, Mrs. Gambill, Mason Lines.
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Sophomores Mason Lines and Jean-Pierre Thompson are delighted to see how many dances Westwood has scheduled.
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War Chant lnforms
Warriors Chieftain Holds
The noisy clatter of typewriters was a sound often associated
with room 007. In this room, a variety of individuals gathered,
all with the same purpose in mind, to create interesting, inform-
The informal atmosphere of room LX77 allowed creative juices to
flow. Newspaper reporters constantly perked their ears up to
hear the latest news. "Story Idea Day" was a time for all report-
ers to submit ideas that would not only inform readers, but
generate student interest as well.
Chieftain staffers had a goal. They wanted to create a yearbook
that was DOI only aesthetically pleasing, but also capture worth-
while memories. Staff veterans happily taught new staff mem-
bers how to draw lay outs, dream up imaginative captions and
to write headlines.
The Publication teams worked hard and played hard. After
completing grueling deadlines, War Chant reporters celebrated
with bi-monthly luncheons. Chieftain staffers kept 'their energy
levels high by taking frequent "Doughnut - Runs". Both Publica-
tion teams joined together for a Christmas banquet and an end
of the year barbecue. "Surfer Santa" was a delight to all as he
passed out humorous gifts. Awards were presented to diligent
workers at the barbecue.
Top Left: "What? Story ideas day is today ?! Ahhh , . , agonizes Senior reporter Andy Stewart. Above: War Chant staff. Top row. Lane Cook, Andy Stewart,
Rusty LeSueuk, Andria Orr, .lim O'Donnell, .lim Happ, David Caruth, Middle row: Corey Scott, Kristin McQuitty, Kristine Myers, .loan McHenry, Amy Zesbaugh.
Cassandra Lee, Myrna Green. Bottom row: Julie White, Hiromi Shinonura. Joyce Neely, Stacy LaCombe.
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Mary Hannum. Middle Row: Laura Mills, Joan Sennett, Deborah Gofas, Karen McQuitty, Renee Bubenheim. Amy Zesbaugh, Candy Wall, Janelle Chisholm, Luz
Ramos. Bottom Row: Shon Laney. Dana Reich, Deanne Gofas, Sharon Osuch, Melissa Schoenstein, Zella Larson, Melissa Tafoya. ABO VE: Corey Scott examines
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how to do a yearbook page to ,lill Blankenburg, Above right: Newspaper editors Andria Orr and Kristine Myers plan the next paper.
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his busy schedule to pose for the camera. Top right:
Andria Orr calls the printer to change a story. Mide
dlef Donovan explains to Sharon Osuch and Melissa
Schoenstein which pictures to use. Leftf Mike Olm-
stead hurries to finish his yearbook caption on time.
Visual, Oral Senses Heightened By School Clubs
After a year's Sabbatical lea ve, Mr. Laney has returned to teach-
ing at Westwood and sponsoring the Art Club. The club planned
many activities during the year including silkscreening t-shirts
for themselves and other clubs on campus, painting a mural on
the wall of the cafeteria, and displaying student artwork in the
library and office. A booth featuring "face painting" at the
Veteran 's Day Parade helped to boost the Art Club scholarship
fund. Several Club members won ribbons at the State Fair in the
fall where Westwood was well represented. The year was con-
cluded with participation in the Student Art Show and Sale
sponsored by the Westwood Art Department. Art Club officers
for the year were: Shon Laney, president, John Marshall, vice
president. Marcia Haws, secretary - treasurer.
The Speech and Debate Club, sponsored by Mrs. Stehr, compet-
ed in several debates in which Cassandra Lee placed lst in the
drama division. Vice President Joan McHenry received an ex-
cellent rating for her performance at four inter-school debates.
The club, which is larger this year than it has been in the past,
hosted the Novice Tournament held at Westwood. Money rais-
ing events, new this year, included selling candy for the Home-
coming Dance and managing the concession stand at basketball
games. Club t-shirts were selected by the group to advertise
their membership. Janelle Chisolm has done a great job leading
the club as their president.
ABO VE: Speech and Debate club: Top row: Charmain Fletcher. Christopher Goff, Scott L yon. Shandora Johnson, Jim Krombholz, Daren Yancy, Angela Greenway.
Bottom row: Joan McHenry, Kristin McOuitty, Janelle Chisholm, Auburn King, Cassandra Lee, Melissa Tafoya. Top left: Speech Club President Janelle Chisholm
looks at her speech in disgust and decides to rip it up.
ABOVE: ART CLUB: top row: Ken Porr, Tom Terry, Tifney Green, Jim Terry. John Marshall, Jimmie Jimenez, Jim O'Donnell, Dave
Medley. Middle row: Stephen Laney, Shon Laney, Diane Brown, Carrie Carter, Wendy Rogers. Bottom row: Mike Harris, Tim
Tompkins, Chris Vodopia, Marcia Haws, Kristin Allredge. Top right: Kory Moyers displays his artistic abilities to Mike Harris. Above
left: Art club members decorate the art room with students work.
TOP LEFT: Gloria Sanchez studies while Hien Pham watches the clock.
TOP RIGHT: "Not everything comes easy," Mrs. Dillon explains to Cecilia Vidal.
Above: Tutoring club, Top row: Jolie Frederickson, Kristen Nielson, Debbie Bunch, Chaz Ta ylor. Scott Thompson, Ed Geiger, .Iohn Marshall, Paul Sowards, Steve
Mellott, Joe Zimmerman, Middle row: Cassandra Lee, Rachel Pena, Teresa Arvello, Martina Cook, Lisa Paloma, Michelle Skupien, Julie C ouchman, Sheri Hancock,
Lisa La Tulippe, Mrs. Dillon. Bottom row: Shelley Henry, Sally Hammes, Laura Thomas, Heidi Hetherington, Sherry Degner, Kathy Threewitt.
Even though Westwood 's Health Club is small in number K only 8
membersj, they were very big on involvement and success for
Mrs. Ucci, the club sponsor, hoped to stimulate interest in
activities and participation of more students. The club was
originated four years ago for the purpose of promoting educa-
tion in health and medical careers.
Club activities this year consisted of field trips to the Good
Samaritan Hospital, and Mesa Lutheran. They traveled to Tus-
con 's Medical Center, and to the zoo to see the veteranarian
program there. They had a fund raiser in November selling
candy apples. In December they visited a nursing home and
gave gifts to the residents.
Many of the club members are voluntary candy-stripers and are
interested in good health.
To walk into room 301, one would find friendly, outgoing people
ready and able to help with any learning problems they might
have. The tutoring department is made up of students who read
at grade level, have a 2.0 grade average or above and have a
good attendance record. The students may come for help either
by being referred by a classroom teacher or they may come in
on their own. The tutors help them with their homework and to
have a better understanding of their lessons. Many people in-
volved in tutoring are foreign students. Including such countries
as Japan, Switzerland, Mexico, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Westwood has the oldest tutoring department, it has been
around for ten years.
TOP RIGHT: .lan and Jean Seifker practice up on their doctoring career. 1
Above: Health club. Top row: Missy Hunt. Denise Davis, Paula De Buipere, Tracy Meechan. Bottom row: Jan Seifker, Ellie Ucci, Jean Seifker.
ABO VE: WOMAN SCHOLARS: TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGH73 Andria Orr, Laurie Sapp, Beth McMichaeL Wendy White, Susan Lows. MIDDLE RO W: Kristin Alldredge
Ann Dejong, Juliet Kaluzniacki, Angela Dicken, Shannon Morrison. Karin Hamilton, Laurie Olson. FRONT RO W: Ruth Meyers, Stephani Bond, Kristine Myers
Susan Reidhead. Stacey Tryon, Julie Couchman. Cami Cooper, Michelle Perysian.
ABOVE: MINORITY SCHOLARS: TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHF Jean-Pierre Thompson, Richard Ramirez, Nick Felix, Laura Sugar, Melissa Tafoya, Linda Deerin-
groaier. .lean-Noel Thompson. FRONT RO W: Diana Mendoza, Ray Magana. Marina Magallancz, Andrea Magallanez, Martina Cook, Da vid Navaro, Mrs. Merrell.
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Accent On Academics had a very good year. The team may
have been young, but they consulted and competed like old
pros. According to Ms. Main, there was a lot of team spirit and
enthusiasm. Next year's team should be excellent and very
The Minority Scholar's Society and The Women 's Scholar Soci-
ety met once a month in the mini-auditorium to hear a guest
speaker. The speaker told of their struggles against all of the
odds to make it to the top of their chosen professions. Students
then asked the speaker many interesting and colorful questions.
The speakers main goal was to motivate and inspire the minor-
ity and woman student to go after their dreams and to realize
that they are as good as anyone else.
Most of the students felt these meetings inspired them and
ga ve them the courage to take the chance and go for what they
believed in. The most famous and effective guest speaker was
probably ne ws ankor- woman Linda Alvarez, from KPNX Channel
Accent On Academics and The Minority and Women 's Scholar 's
Society were very active on campus and in increasing
Westwood's academic standing in the community.
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ABO VE: ACCENT ON ACADEMICS. TOP RIGHT: Accent member Shaun Pipes in deep thought. TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHF Lee Heath, Paul Dressel, Chuck
Lancaster, Mike Daines, Art McNair. MIDDLE RO W: Laurie Sapp, Armand Lombard, Chou Liu, Troy Landry, Dennis Morton. David Deuvall, Danny Schmid, Scott
Reynolds, Kristeen Harris. FRONT ROW: Laura Schmid, Tami Karagas, Beth McMichael, Karen Marshell, Kristin McQuitty, Amy Zesbaugh, Katrina Becker,
Melissa Tafoya, Carol Alldredge, Ms. Main.
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Top: Mona Lisa Petreus and Jared C olohan seem to enjoy the RO TC program immensely. Bottom: ROTC Top: Dwayne Ta ylor. Robert Ferrari. Chuck Butler, Shawn
Lookhart, Bill Baldwin, Troy Jones, Richard French, John Green, Brent Smith, Bob Rock, Kevin Huffstutler, Brian Fredericks. 2nd Ro wf Greg Cannell, Tom
Lenhardt, Ste ve Piepenbrink, Stephani Decker, Frank Arva yo, Ken L ytle, Jeff Patten, Andy Garza. Aaron Seaman, Mike B ynum, Steve Geib, Chris Alessi. 3rd Row:
Mike Skupien, John Winsor, Ken Porr, Sergio Toma, Will Cramer, Doug Meyers, Kevin Burns, Debbie Easterly, Jan McCormick, Michelle Skupien, Trina Schipae,
Jodi Harwell, Nancy Tucker, Mike Vanderhoff, Keith C ochran, Alex Montgomery, Brenda Slone. Lawrence Osborn, Mark Leiber, Donna Fletcher. Bottom Row:
Doug C onger, Bill Kurnik, Steve Mellott. Ken Archer, Richard Sherman, Greg Sihler, Barbara Oliver, Mona Lisa Petreus, Jared Seaman, Sherri Hinton, Earl Smith.
Westwood 's Military Leaders
The Reserve Officer Training Corps at Westwood is a learning
experience in self-motivation, discipline, and leadership train-
ing designed to prepare young people for a career in a fast-
paced technological era.
During a cadet's year of the program he is in constant competi-
tion with his fellow students for acceptance into the Air Force
Academy, The cadets this year excelled in all of the R.O. T.C.
activities to hehv prepare them for the future whether in the
military or in a highly skilled, technological occupation.
This PBSI year you may ha ve seen what appeared to be constant
drilling of R. O. T,C. cadets on the basketball courts. The reason
for this is cadets must learn to both lead and be led, which is the
base our military is built upon.
R. O. T.C. raised and lowered the flag at all home football games
and every morning and noon. Cadets went on many field trips
to Air Force bases around the valley and were able to take
orientation flights with the Air Force and Air National Guard.
The Rocket club hosted a rocket meet for all R. O. T. C, units and
Civil Air patrol units across the state. Cadets also participated
in the annual military ball and an awards banquet which were
both total successes,
Sargeant Smith and Colonel Conger led the squadren to one of
its best and most productive years since Westwood 's R. O, T.C.
program began, four years ago.
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to the group as Mike Abbey
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German, French, And Spanish Clubs
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TOP: German Club. Top Row: Tom Atkinson, Kelly Armstrong, John Horneman, Tom Herschey, Russ Shark. Arthur McNair, Larry K yrala Bottom Row: Brent
"Siegfried" Griffith, Tim O'Connor, Kirsten Alexander. Mrs. Bailey, Beth McMichel, Brian Stewart.
ABOVE: French Club: Top Row: Danny Schindele, Steve Jensen, Ward Chapman, Roxanne Soucy, Collen Kirkpatrick, Kate Halverson, Angela Dicken, Jodi
Holhauer, Jim ODonnel. Laura Siqueiros, Amy O'Connor, Joan McHenry, Stephanie Puckett, Tom Wade, Ruth Me yers. Stuart Hart vickson, Amy Zesbaugh, Terry
Burt, Denise Nunez, Jeff Setlow, Tracey Johansen, Chris Goff, Chou Lie, David Bowers, Middle Row: Michele Wyant. Tracey Leverson. Tami Karagas, Amy
Carter, Erin Cramer, Jolie Frederickson, Heather Harris. Sharon Abele, Betsy Wallace, Amy Kramer, Patti Taylor, Carrie Robson, Malanie McCain, Isabelle Stanier,
Helena Nerell, Maria Ramos, Mary Jo Jimenez, Mr. Ferguson. Bottom Row: Cheryl Emond, Linda Roberts, Michele Wilcox, Penny Cluff, Bonnie Teasley, Lucia
Delcol. Barbara Graham, Juli Rivera, Cecilia Vidal. Julie Kennedy, Sharon Morrison.
The French, German, and Spanish clubs ha ve had a great year.
Not only did they learn of the language, they also participated
in exciting activities. They shared many good times and the
club also gave them a chance to learn about nationalities and
customs. Active members willingly sold candy in earning money
to contribute to their spending funds. The year was ended with
a dinner which was enjoyed by all.
The French club spent their fund raising money on activities
such as a Halloween costume party and a Christmas party. They
also adopted a family in need. A special Christmas box was
fixed up for this family. The French club put a French touch into
their holiday by celebrating a French activity, MardiGras. The
French club members also visited a favorite French restaurant
Cafe Casino where good times were shared.
The German club, although it began with a slow start, turned out
to be a successful club. Pretzels, imported chocolates and
Gummi Baren turned out very popular among the students at
Westwood. German club sold them to increase their funds.
German club members gathered for a dinner at a German res-
taurant and spent lunch together at Christal's Bavarian Deli.
The Spanish club not only sold candy at school, they also spent
their Veteran 's Day at Pioneer Park selling tamales and candy.
At Christmas time the members went caroling, singing all their
songs in Spanish. Even meetings that the Spanish club held were
fun. A meeting didn't simply consist of talking, they also ex-
changed many good ideas for the future of the club, and also
involved many active games. This year's Spanish club was a
tremendous success because of the outstanding dedication and
participation of the members.
The language clubs here at Westwood High ha ve added variety
and culture to the students. Like every year we take time to
thank these special clubs, and wish them prosperity in their
TOP RIGHT Verity Lerman and Jeff Setlow look amazed as the Eiffel tower appears to have shrunk.
ABO VE: Spanish club: Top Row Mr. Richardson, Leigh Reese, Radaha Gagon, Jim Krombholz, Stacey Solomon, Scott L yon. Donna Anderson, Mr. Barabe. Middle
Row: Ruth Cortez, Rachelle Smith, Sally Shill, Susan Lows, Donelle Joesten, Stacey Morgan Bottom Row: Shelly Wear, Theresa Denowh, Kristen McOuitty, Melissa
Tafoya, Amy Zesbaugh
Dance Production hines
The members of this years Dance Production ha ve shown much
talent and skill as they stunned their audience with their excep-
tional performances, Dance Production participated in many
dances, among these were the Curtain Time, the fall, Christmas
and Spring Dance assembly, In each and every one the girls
demonstrated a unique ability to perform in front of large
audiences. Within every concert the dances came with a new
look, Hair and clothing accessories along with the glittering look
set new trends to their performances.
Only a selected number of girls made this years Dance Produc-
tion. The girls who were selected worked long and hard hours in
preparation for assemblies, To prepare for the productions the
girl's choreographed their own dances. After choreographing
their dances, the girls chose people that they felt were fitted
for the dance. Mrs. Zarkou, the girls' sponsor, ga ve much sup-
port as she shared her experiences and talent in dance with the
group. Mrs. Zarkou, along with the Senior members are respon-
sible for the selection of new members. The tryouts were held in
the fall, spring, and whenever they had openings. This years
Dance Production was a tremendous success. Next years Dance
Production is expected to be just as good.
Above left. With a look of amazement Lucia DeIC ol gets her next assignment for an assembly.
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TOP LEFT: Junior and Senior Warriors Holly Wer-
muth and Melanie Cluff show intense enthusiasm
for a recently-learned song. MIDDLE LEFT: Jennifer
Ball and Kay Christenson show that working togeth-
er on a DECA project can be much more fun that
simply working alone, BOTTOM LEFF Orchestra is
only one of the fine extracurricular activities found
at Westwood. ABO VE: COE member Elizabeth Gar-
cia smiles with her employer next to the bank vault
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Three Clubs Contribute To
Westwood 's Excellence
Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA, was an organiza-
tion geared for those students interested in pursuing a career in
business. This year was a busy one for FBLA. The club partici-
pated in many competitions at the district, state, regional and
national levels. Some of the competitions attended by FBLA
members were: The District Business Skills competition in Feb-
ruary, and the State FBLA Business Skills competition in April at
the University of Arizona. Westwood was well represented
throughout the year.
Career Lab was a club for high school seniors with the purpose
of providing students with job information such as: jobs avail-
able, job requirements, and how to prepare for a job.
Career Lab was a success in giving an edge to students entering
the work force.
The Chicano Club was a new club here at Westwood this past
year. The purpose of the Group was to bring together minorities
to do things as a whole and to instill the Mexican culture in
The highlight of the year for the Chicano Club was Chicano
Week, which included the Cinco de Mayo assembly on May
Althought this was the first year for the Chicano Club, Mr.
Otero, the club 's sponsor, feels that the club was a success, and
will shine even more in the future.
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ABO VE: Career Lab. Bottom row: Renee Baranauskas, Paul Chevalier, Derrill Stock, Randy DeGesualdo, Ben Becker, Brent Rogers. Middle row: Karen Prince.
Pepper Christell C lick, Tina Webster, Kenie Nathis, Ginger Billingsley, JoAnn Collins, Anna Starns, Greg Bennett. Top Row: Earl Bennett, Chad White, Shannon
Shires, Percy Mollette, Caru Leftwich, Victor Girardi. Michael Saucedo, Allen Young, Mrs, Pat Hinkle.
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TOP: FBLA, Bottom row. Diane Brown, Q wari Nelibh, Shelly Wear, K im Lesko, Raquel Jaramillo. Middle row: Jane 5zilagy. Paul Dressel, Rick Gardner, Shannon
Wear. Top row: Krista Clark, Shari Anderson. Kevin Crance, Mrs. Reck. ABO VE: Chicano C lub. Top row: Mr. Otero, Ray Garcia, Rick y White, Rocky Alaniz, Roy
Ramirez. Bottom row: Gloria Sanchez. Rachel Ortiz, Monica Valenzuela, Michelle Ortiz.
Success ls The Word
The satisfaction that one gets from participating in clubs at
Westwood is a feeling which is unsurpassed by any. Among the
countless clubs which all have their own accomplishments,
F.F.A. shines brightly. While some people are at a stand still at
certain times of the year, F.F.A. students are always involved
and enthusiastic about their club.
As November rolled around, so did the National F.F.A. Conven-
tion in Kansas City. As always, our Westwood students proved
to be stiff competition for the F651 of the nation, In the meat
competition Westwood placed fourth in the nation. In the area
of Horticulture we placed 7th, and in Agriculture Mechanics we
Although F.F,A. is a club which stands for hard work and high
accomplishments, the area of fun and excitement is definitely
not left out. The F.F.A. Christmas Dance was a huge success this
year, as also was the annual barbeque at which many parents
attended. Between district and state competitions the students
even found time to go horseback riding. These district and
state competitions were in themselves a fun and exciting ex-
perience for the students.
The F.F.A. at Westwood speaks for itself through the achieve-
ments the club has produced throughout the years. This year
proved to be no exception and Westwood should be proud to be
home of such a fine club.
For This Year 's FFA.
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TOP RIGHT: "Splitting wood is easier with a machine than an axe, " sighs Brian Clark. ABO VE: From little seedlings come giant tomatoes. Busily getting out next
years salad crop are Mike Miller, Robert Sliskovich, Brent Levitt, and Mike Bunch.
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ABO VF: Look what the Easter Bunny brought for the FFA members, Tami Austin. Karen Mahan, and Shawn Mahan! TOP: "Tis the season to sellpointsettias, " sing
Brent Levitt, Mike Bunch, and Chip Grant.
TOPf Ebony Club: TOP RO W: J.P. Pierson, Scotty Skinner, Terry Williams, Tiffany Hawkins, Justin Rouse, Sean Roundtree, Chris L ynn. Mrs. McHenry, sponsor
BOTTOM RO W: Andrea Fray, Yvonne McPhee, Leatha Roundtree, Ivory Mason, Candy Lynn, Destiny King.
ABO VE: Indian Club: TOP RO W: Mrs, Ucci, sponsor, Dennis Leonard. Shannon Reina, Joe Thomas, Pat Fulwilder. Rachel Howard, Leslie Washington. FRONT RO W
Laura Sugar, Terisa Leonard, Collen Jim, Steffy Burns, Dorene Andrews, President, and Veronica James.
Various Clubs Beneficial To
Entire Student Body
Both the Ebony and Indian Clubs proved to be contributing
factors in the enormous amount of school spirit generated this
The twenty members of the Ebony Club attended meetings
every Thursday morning throughout the year. In addition, the
Ebony Club also participated in the Kwanzaa Festival in De-
cember. lt is a traditional festival of first fruits observed by
The officers for the l984-l985 school year were: President, Ellen
Broom, Vice President, Monica Sawyer, Secretary, Destiny
King, and Treasurer, Ivory Mason.
The Indian Club's main purpose this year was to help Indian
students become more involved in school activities.
In addition, special meetings regarding various tribes and cul-
tures were held during the year. Also, a luncheon honoring a
former Westwood graduate, Miss Indian Scottsdale Community
College, was held.
As a result of fund raising, the club was able to present a
scholarship to a deserving Indian student upon Graduation.
The l984-85 school year was definitely one of the best thanks to
these clubs and others like them.
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ABOVE: Mayor's Youth Committee: TOP ROW. Chris Goff, Scott Lyon, Chris Haddad, Shaun Pipes, Scott Roberts, Paul Sowards. MIDDLE RO W: David Dawn,
Jolie Frederickson, Lori Weinberg, Kelly Prickett, Ann Delong, Karen McOuitt y, Kristeen Harris, Kristin McQuitty. BOTTOM RO W: Dana Shill, Melanie Arnett.
Kaye Freeman, Susan Kwan, Stephanie Bond, Melissa Tafoya, Amy Zesbaugh, Mrs. Merrel, sponsor.
TOP RIGHT? Chris Lynn gets a quick embrace from Leatha Rountree before the Ebony meeting.
Mayor 's Youth-l3l
AFS And Latin Clubs,
Experience New Cultures.
AFS is a foreign exchange club here at Westwood, The main
purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity for students to
learn about international relationships and the customs and
interest of different cultures.
At Westwood we have had many foreign exchange students
who stay with host families and attend our school. This club lets
foreign students meet new people and it hehns them to adjust
and learn about our school and community.
Mountain View and Mesa High also have this program, but
Westwood's has been by far the most successful. We have
about twenty active members. The club helps the local Chapter
with fund raising, domestic programs, and it hosts local AFS
The Latin Club at Westwood has been very active this year. The
club participated in the Mesa Public Schools Foreign Language
Fair, where they won several awards for their Drama presenta-
tion about Roman history.
During Foreign Language week, the club constructed a booth
and sold candy to raise money to buy club shirts. The club also
attended a banquet where they had a dinner and watched some
lively entertainment performed by students.
This years Latin club was intended to get students interested in
the study of Roman history and to encourage them to get
involved in the language of Latin.
Above: AFS Top Row: Mrs. Dillon, Kristine Myers, A yumi Hino, Jamie Emenhiser Denise Crofts Mrs Main Middle Row Susan Kwan Kumi Hasegawa .lull Rivera
Patti Taylor. Isabelle Stainier, Helena Nerell. Bottom Row: Stephanie Bond, Cici Vidal Cassandra Lee Hlf0I1llShlH10mUf3 Top Right Concentratlng on the maps
an AFS member A yumi Hino, looks to see where other members are from.
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Above Left: Kumi Hasegawa takes a break from the AFS
meeting to look over her English homework. Above Top
Right: Giggling together Jamie Emenhiser and Denise
Crofts discuss who they are going with to the AFS
Sweetheart Dance. Left: Latin Club. Top Row: Charmain
Fletcher, Mr. Richardson, Gerald Smith Bottom Row:
Susan K wan. Lucia Delrsol
C.O.E. And DECA:
Clubs Prove A Success
Cooperative Office Education, better known as C OE, is a program for
seniors who have sufficient business skills and wish to participate in
supervised, part-time, on-the-job training. Each member of the club
obtained some sort of office-related job and had the opportunity to
earn money while they learned. They were required to work a minimum
fifteen hour work week and and received three credits for the class.
Throughout the year, COE held many fund raising activities and spon-
sored various service projects within the community. They also ate
tended several leadership conferences for vocational students.
The club members of COE not only acquired the knowledge of proper
office conduct and procedures, but gained valuable work experience in
the business world.
Distributive Education Clubs of America, or DECA, as it is more com-
monly known, is a program that centers on teaching in the fields of
marketing, merchandising, and management. The members of the club
were taught all aspects of retailing and received three credits towards
The four main objectives that DECA concentrated on were vocational
understanding, civic consciousness, social intellegence, and leadership
Throughout the year, DECA sponsored many fundraising activities and
participated in various community services. They also went to several
conferences around the state in which they competed with other
schools in various management competitions.
TOP LEFT: Andrea Enos shows off her office skills on the microfiche machine. ABOVE: COE. TOP RO W: Lupe Guevara, Kim Fallbeck, Virginia Mullford, Carrie
Fletcher, Tracy Wade, Kim Chase, Robert Bernal, Tom Langdon. MIDDLE RO W: Dawn Almont, Cheri Collinsworth, Kristine Nichols, Monica Valenzuela, Shannon
Dandurand, Rebecca Armatage, Lana Lewis, Lori Robinson, Janette Shrader. BOTTOM RO Wf Liz Garcia, Alma Garcia, Tracy Hancock, Amie Hughes, .ludith
Oltmann, Andrea Enos, Danette McCormick, Mrs. Joanne Vancore.
TOP LEFT: Robert Bernal's work is carefully checked before it is processed. TOP RIGHF Alma Garcia receives advice from her employer. ABOVE: Westwood
DECA. TOP RO W: Amy Henderson, Leah Harper, Marsha Williams, Sharon Ryan, Pat Wiggins, David Main. Laura Schaffer, Tom Speece, Nick Wilcox. MIDDLE
ROW: Jim Marquez, Aprile Clabaugh, Rod Plumb, Tom Jones, Shari Anderson, Lisa McComas, Michelle Stallings, Jennifer Anderson, Ryan Prather, Mr, Jim
McLaughlin. BOTTOM RO W. Kay Christensen, Nancy Castro, Am y Weckerly, Lori Warrick, Jennifer Ball, Jodie Ta ylor, Kristen Benton, Lori Buzard, Robyn Wells.
Hero And VICA Clubs
Ha ve Re wardin Year
Home Economic Related Occupatins, or HERO, is an excellent
club for seniors to join if they are interested in the home
economic field. HERO hehws its members to get jobs in the areas
of child care, elderly care, food service, furnishing, and person-
al service. The members sold different items in order to put
money in their club account. This was to fund the activities and
projects that HERO had thoughout the year. The club 's motto is
"Today is the beginning of tomorrow." HERO'S sponser this
year was Vera Smith.
The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America, or VICA, introduces
the business world to its members. They learn how to write a
resume, make a good impression during a job interview, and
how to fill out an income tax form and receive the biggest
refund. In April, the members went camping and in May they
went waterskiing. To finance these trips, the members sold REX,
a detergent, and other various items. The club's motto is
'Americas new professionals are in VICA today." This years
sponser was Larry Judd.
ABO VE: VlCAf TOP RO W: Russel Morton, Darren Vert, Da vid Emenhiser, Nicholas Wilcox. Trent Timmons, Mr. Judd. MIDDLE RO Wt Veronica
Armenta, April Little, Crista Nooyen, Susan Freeman, Cherlene Ea ves. Lisa Lange, BOTTOM RO W: Craig Spoon, Gilbert Gomez, Robert Swanson,
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Travis Branam, Lisa Dudley, Mrs. Smith. BOTTOM RO W: Amy Shaffer, Delana Roberts, Yolanda Prince, Diane Latt, Elizabeth Morgan, Dan Wooters, Tish Lowery,
Leslie Egan, Marci Marshall, Monica Bognar, Emily Vincent.
TOP RIGHT: Hero sponsor, Mrs. Vera Smith, pauses from her work to smile for the camera.
TOP LEE 71 Marci Marshall ponders the HERO motto, "Today is the beginning of tomorrow,
Masque And Dagger
hines, Exhibit True
Learning lines at long rehearsals was worth it come opening
night, just ask any Masque and Dagger member.
Led by the sound experience of Mr. .lay Dean Jones. Masque
and Dagger members were once again able to explore the richly
diverse world of drama. These students were selected by audi-
tion to participate in this honorary dramatic society. Once
inducted these students embarked on the wondrous world of
Because this field is so broad, there is a part for everyone, If
one is interested in acting, there are plays, improvisations,
skits, and pantomine waiting to be brought to life. There are
also many jobs to be filled behind the scenes, like applying
make-up to actors, being in charge of props, working the lights,
or controlling the audio equipment. These are all aspects of
drama and working together. They create a production that is
enjoyable for its producers and delightful to its audience.
Masque and Dagger members experienced the many thrills of
showbiz during the l984-l985 school year. In addition they
gained the knowledge of how a play is done from its earliest
stages to the climax of opening night,
Looking back, the members of Masque and Dagger not only
learned but also enjoyed themselves, Next year maybe you
should get involved.
TOP RIGHT: Cassandra Lee portrays the character of the landlady effectively lI1LIUdlIlg her rc allstlt accent Ill the play i984
ABOVE: MASOUE AND DAGGER: TOP ROW. Bobby Petty, Chuck Lancaster Steve .Scally BtllFl1ke MIDDLE ROW Wendy Baldwin Kathy Pepera Dannls
Shepherd. Joan McHenry, Tregoney Shepherd, Gary Trethaway, David Dawn BOTTOM ROW Lynda Dung y Ll13I'I718ll7 FIL tcher Stephen element Lhrls
Haddad, Becky Morris. Tracy Hancock, Laurie Porter, Mr. Jones, sponsor.
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5 Works To Improve Future
National Honor Society is an elite group of Westwood juniors
and seniors. Members are selected on the basis of achievement
in scholarship, service, leadership and character. The members
must achieve and maintain a grade point of L5 or better.
National Honor Society
The club kicked the year off with an induction ceremony which
was held at Centennial Hall in the early fall, for all juniors and
seniors who had achieved in all of the above requirements.
Headed by Mrs. Joyce Huffaker and Mr. Michael Dant, the
current officers presented a moving ceremony.
National Honor Society performs many service projects during
the year. These projects include a party given for the mentally
and physically handicapped children at Park way school, visiting
the Mesa Senior Citizens center and campus beautification.
Christmas was an active time for all members. The students
donated much of their time to decorating and making wreaths
for the N,H.S. Christmas hall. Members also put in long hours
after school to design and decorate a Christmas tree that was
donated to the residents of a Mesa Senior's home.
Once again, Mrs. Huffaker and Mr. Dant sponsored National
Honor Society. Both sponsors put in a great deal of time and
effort to keep N.H.S. as outstanding as ever.
Top, Susan Lows flashes her pearly whites as she prepares a sign for the Christmas halls competition. Above: National Honor Society. Top Row: Jimmie Jimenez,
Chris Jantz, Mark Reeves, Tim Cummings, Tom Wade, Shaun Pipes, Keith Schulz, Mike Tingey, Da vid Da wn, John Heywood, Sharon Abele, Chris McGrath, Holly
Hogg, Ryan Talamante, Carri Robson, Mark Chapman. Third row, Christi Buttler, Betsy Wallace, Melanie Arnett, Jennifer Allen, Jenny Montague, Ruth Meyers,
Karen Townsend, Dianne Kennedy, Valerie Pitt, Scott Roberts, Kent Nicholas, Anita Nuland, Second row: Terri Clark, Lisa Eager, Julie Johnson, Kelly Prickett,
Tracey leverson, Wendy White, Shelly Wear, Marie Norley, Missy Zimmer, Tim Kenney, Lisa Wilson, Dana Reich, Kristine Myers, Susan Lows. Bottom row: Mr.
Dant, Stephanie Bond, Donna Anderson, Joan McHenry, Stephanie Puckett, Gary Trethaway, Mellisa Tafoya, Armand Lombard, Michelle Perysian, Marci Haws,
Kristin McOuitty, Amy Zesbaugh.
Top: N,H.S. officers, top row: Donna Anderson, Kerri Linde, Stephanie Bond, Middle row: Andria Orr, Stacey Tryon, Carrie Robson, Terri Clark. Bottom row:
Melissa Soza, Anita Nuland. Abo ve: National Honor Society. Top row: Polly Gerber, Paul Sowards, Scott Roberts, Shawn Peterson, Paul Dressel. Kelly Hallet, Corey
Gilliland, Jim Gardner, Debbie Davis, Gregg Scoresby, Mark Chapman, John Ose, Jeff Wick. Third row, Robert Becker, Janelle Chisholm, Stacey Templin, Sherri
Hancok, John Kross, Roy Watkins, Dennis Morton, Dave Duvall, Arthur McNair, Andria Orr. Second row: Sharon Osuch, Lesty Lavender, Melissa Soza, Joan
Sennett, Kristen Alldredge, Melissa Tryon, Joyce Neely, Dan Schmid, Laurie Sapp, Juli Rivera, Susan Kwan, Chris Goff, Kerri Linde, Bottom Row: Mrs. Huffaker,
Beth McMichael, Kelli Miller, Stacey Tryon, David Dawn, Dannis Shepherd, Glen Bedal, Andy Rollins, Scott Lyon. Danny Schindele, Jon Snider.
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Excellence In Education
Community and unity,
Learning to trust in one another,
Sharing ideas and expressing views.
Giving of yourself in service.
Proud to be a Warrior
Leading your class,
Leading your school
On the path to excellence.
Earning the respect of your peers,
Striving for perfection.
These are the best of times!
Student Body Officers: Kent Nicholas, Presidentf Polli Johnston, Secretary: Bill
Mast, Vice Presidentf Dana Shill, Treasurer.
Division Page People-l43
Zaharis Named To Top Post,
Mesa 's Growth Phenomenal
Each year, the District Administration of Secondry Schools
faces the challenge of properly representing the taxpayers of
Mesa. This immense challenge includes such jobs as, manag-
ing the budget, setting a policy for all students and employ-
ees, and making decisions on the curriculum.
The i984-85 school year marked a new beginning and change
in the administration. Dr. James K. Zaharis, ex-Deputy Super-
intendent, was welcomed as Superintendent of Schools. A fter
a nationwide search, spearheaded by A.S.U. consultants, six
finalists were interviewed by the governing board. Dr. Za-
haris was named to replace Dr. George N. Smith, who went
on to serve on the administration board at N.A.U. Dr. Zaharis
will enjoy at least a three year contract with the city.
The district concentrated efforts on the decision of how to
distribute the 98 million dollar bond. The money was spent
for new programs, building schools and new equipment. Con-
tact with the students was a pleasant change to years past.
Press conferences were held to keep the students better
informed of the decisions of the school administrators.
Dr. James Zaharis
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Board of Ed.
Board of Ed.
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PrincuvaL Jo yce, Commends Students For Job Well DODS
lt is a genuine pleasure for me to congratulate and extend best wishes to
you, the class of l985, upon the sucessful completion of your high school
This year at Westwood has been memorable in many respects. Having
been cited by the United States Department of Education for 'Excellence
in Education", as one of the "outstanding" high schools in the nation, the
l984-85 school year got off to an exhilarating start. Your senior year at
Westwood was characterized by unqualified success in scholarship, ath-
letics, extracurricular activities and service to your school Five National
Merit Scholarship Finalistsf an outstanding football season highlighted by
a I6-7 win over Mountain View, the Doug Conley Cross-Country Cham-
pionship and number one ranking in the state, four Vo-Ag judging teams
representing the state at the F.F.A. National Convention in Kansas Cityf
state and national recognition for our music programs and many other
major accomplishments - all characterize the success of the class of
I want you to know that the entire staff and I appreciate your contribu-
tions to the ongoing success of Westwood High School. We sincerely hope
that the lessons you have learned will serve you well as you move on to
advanced schooling or out into the business world. We hope that you will
always remember Westwood and be proud of the fact that you are a
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Luedy Montgomery Reynolds Riley Spavin Stevens
Opposite page bottom: On the way to class, Ron Reisig receives first hand V,
counseling from Principal Jack Joyce, on the fine art of hanging posters.
Opposite page left: 'lt 's all in the way you look at it Mrs. Guerrero, just do E 3
what you feel is best," states Asst, Principal Mr. White. f y
Opposite page right: With a question of doubt Mr. Luedy asks Sophomore ,,.,- '
student Shelly Henry about five consecutive unexcused absences,
Above Right: The smile Laura Woodward has on her face shows it isn't
always bad having a visit with Mr. Casillas. '6
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Whether it be a student who needed a schedule changed, a quick
glance at his transcript, or just an understanding ear, the counsel-
ors were there to provide their guidance and understanding all
The counselors provided their services to students by arranging a
college visitation day in October for interested students. Repre-
sentatives from different colleges came to Westwood and pre-
sented films and speeches that informed students about enroll-
ment, fees, courses available, financial aids, and scholarships from
various colleges and universities. Students were able to sign up and
were given brochures and catalogs.
Career planning was also another important aspect of the services
provided. In the career center, students can search out jobs and
find out training resources in the computer or the occupational
outlook books. Mesa Youth Placement is also an ecceptional pro-
gram in hehring students find jobs.
The diversed curriculum offered to the students at Westwood is
one of the state 's finest. Beginning this year, graduation require-
ments changed to require two years of math, two years of science,
and four years of English. To accomodate the new requirements,
the curriculum was expanded to offer a wide variety of options.
Registration progressed smoothly by using computerized sched-
ules. The disadvantage of this new process is there is no choice of
teachers or hours to the students. The advantages are that more
kids registered in a much simpler and less complicated registra-
NSERTH Of If-ILE
Opposite page bottom left: Busy Mrs. Kimball is showing her counseling skills by
talking on the phone and writing at the same time. Boy, aren't Westwood's teach-
ers great? Opposite page bottom right: Westwood's Mrs. McHenry hehws her
students in all possible ways. She gladly uses her time to heb students decide on
schedules and further college plans.
Opposite page top: West wood 's Mrs. Anderson finds time out of her busy schedule
to have a friendly laugh with student, Carmen Askerneese. Carmen thought he was
Top right: Westwood's counselor, Mrs. Merrell is a good friend when it comes to
students who are seeking heh: with classes, credits. and graduation requirements.
Above: An eager Leah Harper seeks assistance from Mrs. Peterson in the career
center. Any interested student can find loads of information on occupational
Student Problems Solved
By Concerned Counselors
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Staff At Westwood ls
Qualified And Dedicated
Westwood is fortunate enough to ha ve dedicated and qualified peo-
ple working in the various specialized areas to aid students in learn-
Drivers Ed. is always an important part of a student's education, and
the department at Westwood should be commended highly for their
work throughout the year. Who knows how many lives have been
saved by giving young drivers a little head start on safety. Another
area, security, is never really a problem at Westwood, although it 's
always nice to know that there's someone like Al, Bob. or Ellie to
watch over us like guardian angels.
The career lab spent a great deal of the year hehning students estab-
lish their vocational goals for the future. Students who would normally
be wondering what to do after high school are now shooting for
The librarians could probably be considered the student's best
friend when it comes to learning. The library staff did a great job this
year. It was always a relief to know that there was someone to turn to
for a little help in the right direction.
As long as there are dedicated people like these, Westwood will
always be a proud school
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Top Right: One of the librarians, Miss Reed. is kept busy by
filing the cards that belong to the checked out books.
Above: Before and after school the students always keep the
Bookstore workers busy by needing supplies or information,
Opposite Top: Admiring the job of Ellie Rael, a security guard,
Beverly Clarich is stunned that she got a ride to class.
Opposite Bottom left: One of the security guards, Bob, claims
he 's a 'Pepper" as he takes a sip of his Dr. Pepper.
Opposite Bottom Right: One of the library aides. lim Mathis
concentrates as he attempts to stamp the date into the tiny
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"Help! This is the library-we don't ha ve our screenlI" And so begins
another day at the Audio- Visual IA V2 department, the pulse center of
Westwood. Mr. Larson and Mrs. Allred, with the heh? of student aides
every hour, keep Westwood running smoothly for yet another year
by copying administrative handouts, worksheets and tests and ensur-
ing that each class had its needed projector or video. '34 V also has
the Scantron machine and organization, " stated Mrs. Allred. "Our job
is to help the teachers and students in anyway we can, as fast as
possible, and to keep everybody happy."
Hehring those less fortunate than ourselves is accomplished here at
Westwood in the Learning Disability program. Some of our students
need that extra bit of heb which they gain by attending one of the
Special Education classes available and receive Individual Instruction
and credit. As Mrs. Maislin stated. "The two main objectives of the
Special Ed. department are to heh: the LD students with their individ-
ual problems and to break down the barriers and make the rest of the
public aware that these are intelligent students, in need of a little
understanding and patience. " As well as the Learning Disability
classes, heh: is avaialble for students with emotional problems, hear-
ing impairment, or those who wish to attend vocational school andfor
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Top Right: Wandering back to school John Santagata is sent to the office to get an
escuse slip for one of his classes.
Above: Hehaing out in the Nurse 's Office, the Nurse 's aide takes the temperature of the
Opposite Top: Gazing over Mrs. Main 's shoulder, Chuck Moler is surprised that
librarians do know something after all
Opposite Bottom: Robyn Maislin explains to one of her students, Jennifer Vega. how to
do the homework assignment.
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Above left: As an active member of the band Mirror Image Jay Klepinger
practices for his upcoming solo
Opposite page top left: "When I say stop I mean stop" says music director Bob
Cunningham to members of his jazz band.
Opposite page top right: Instead of playing the assigned music Armand "Cu-
chie" Lombard thinks of who he will asks to Homecoming.
Opposite page bottom: This year some Honor Choir members, Corey Gilliland,
Mike Bellows, John Heywood, and Kelly Hallet demonstrate their singing abili-
Performin Arts Provide
Musical En 'o yment For All
The performing and fine arts departments have always been
an outstanding aspect of Westwood's curriculum. This past
year has been no exception.
The Warrior marching band excelled in producing phenom-
enal spirit from Westwood fans at every football game. They
also provided a good deal of pep' for our pep rallies, and
again brought us the wonder of "Tuba-Man".
Throughout the year, Mr. .la y Dean Jones, head of the drama
department, provided us with entertainment in the form of
fine dramatic productions. Not the least of which was a
presentation of George OrweII's I 984.
Also, orchestra and choir never failed to delight their audi-
ences, bringing music and pleasure into our everyday lives.
Jeff Harris and Kim Thompson led their groups to marvelous
years, as they have in the past.
An outstanding Westwood staff and some very talented stu-
dents have again made for an extremely impressive showing
for Westwood in the area of the performing arts.
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Opposite page top left: As Sarah Beslar prepares the wheeL with water on the
side and clay on the wheel, she pauses for a quick picture as she might some day
Opposite page bottom left: Eagerly watching the experienced hands of a pro on
the wheel, Tony Fernandez gets advice from Matt Goff on how to throw a
Opposite page bottom right: Working with a stained glass window can be a
great challenge to some, but with the skill and devotion of Laurie Edwards,
creativity is natural.
Above Left. With great power, James Giblin and Bobby Baughn pound away at
the foundry molds to prepare them for the liquid metal to be poured later.
Opposite Page Top Right: Equipt with safety gear and ready to go, Lee Larsen
and Tom Peterson perform a quick check in preparation for working on the
l56-Art 6 Industrial Arts
hop Classes Gain kill
Artists Display Skills
The Westwood Art Department is fortunate to ha ve the largest
high school teaching staff in the Mesa Public School District.
This allows for more flexibility in the programs offered. The
support of the administration is one factor that contributes to
the success of the art program. Also it is felt that many of the
students come from back grounds with high achievement
standards. Every effort is made to display the students' work so
they will ha ve recognition and the public can see what quality of
work is done here at Westwood
The smell of saw dust and the sound of various cutting, sanding,
drilling, and electrical machines will meet the person who wan-
ders into the Industrial Arts Department. Here, courses are
taught to strengthen students skills in areas such as wood,
metals, electricity, and drafting.
Students generally have been graded on participation, atten-
dance. tests, and quizzes on machine operation and safety, and
projects they had completed. Some examples of these projects
were shelves, cabinets, gun racks, clocks, television stands. can
openers, and furniture.
The fine instructors of the Industrial Arts area have met up to
their high standards of putting many hours of instruction and
direction into helping students learn various skills and abilities.
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With every passing day intelligent, courageous people are
reaching goals we never dreamed possible. From putting the
first American woman in space on the space shuttle Challenger,
to sustaining life with an artificial heart, the scientific world is
both exciting and fundamental in the lives of young people
today. Because of the constant advancements being made in
the world of science, no one can afford to be scientifically
A knowledgeable and dedicated faculty make Westwood's sci-
ence department one of the state's finest. These scholarly
individuals are ready to share their vast insight with students
who aspire for careers in medicine, scientific research, and
Take five times the quantity six plus X, divide by the square
root of l6. and multiply by pi, to find the answer.
Language like this is not usually the center of a students vocabu-
Iary, however, terminology like this is used in the math depart-
ment here at Westwood everyday. From beginning algebra to
CP calculus, students are learning the math that will prove
helpful and necessary in career planning and development.
Overall, this years math and science department provide the
kind of instruction necessary in hehwing students achieve their
Above: In chemistry, Bruce Victory follows the step by step directions for
setting up the lab as Stephanie Gerros lends a hehving hand.
Top Right: Looking for a complete microscopic cell is hard work. Kristeen Harris
gives a big happy smiles as she finds one.
Opposite Page Top Left: As Mr. lmpson wads up a piece of paper, he explains the
fine art of shooting paper across the room into the wastepaper basket.
Opposite Page Top Right: Biology is a very laid back class as Kimball Layton
Opposite Page Bottom Right: "Do you think these things are still alive?" is what
Beckt Howell asked Carmen Askerneese. Carmen replied, 'Be serious, Beckyl"
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En lish Department hines,
Proud Westwood Benefits
Westwood 's English department topped off another great year.
This department not only includes a wide selection of subjects,
but it also boasts many excellent instructors. Westwood has
many fine Advanced Placement and College Preparation classes
for students who plan on attending a college or university. This
year, our classes also benefited from the knowledge of guest
speakers. This hehred to nurture student interest.
Westwood can also be proud of its reading department. A new
class, Applied Reading, was introduced into our curriculum. The
class is primarily for juniors, and goes hand in hand with Ameri-
can History as it teaches aspects of American Literature.
Westwood's tutoring program is one of the most outstanding in
Mesa. We were the first school to adopt a program of this
nature. The tutoring classes are extended to students who are
having difficulties in understanding class materials. Foreign
Exchange students use this program to its fullest extent.
Communications are very important in the world, thus the
foreign language classes ha ve risen to the challenge by offering
a spectacular field. A student has a choice of Spanish, French,
German, or Latin. They not only learn the language, but are
shown the cultures as well In the Spanish area, the club attend-
ed Guaymas, Mexico for four days. and were shown real life in
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Top Left: Drawing French circles doesn 't seem to be a hard task. Linda Roberts
demonstrates how easy it really is while wearing a big. happy smile.
Bottom Right: Standing before his class, Mr. Barabe quickly looks through the
Spanish textbook. He tries to decide what the lesson of the day will be.
Opposite page Top Left: Trying to find todays assignment, Delores Lopez
frantically searches through her book. She is full of joy when the assignment is
Above: English teacher Mrs. Anderson laughs at the question asked by student
Kristopher Dennett about the lesson skills on Outlining.
Top Right: When hehring student Richard Puls with his English, Miss Green
proves that she doesn 't need to use brute force to get her students to learn.
Foreign Languages 5 English-l6l
Pumpin Iron Proves To
Be Fun and Successful
The Boys and Girls P.E. coaches were happy to see the interest in
P.E. this year. All P.E. classes expanded, but weight training proved
to be highest in demand throughout the year.
'Both boys and girls were more interested in fitness and their
bodies. Pumping iron was a good way to keep in shape, " commented
Coach Barb Andres.
Not only did girls' P.E. offer weight training, it also included aero-
bics and weight training combined, co-ed P.E. and dance classes.
"Dance remained popular also," added Mrs. Sally Sturdevant.
"Boy's P.E. was fun for the boys this year and the boys really
worked hard, " said Coach Ken Troutt. Boys P.E. offered something
to fit everyone's wants and needs. Weight training, adaptive P.E.,
and the traditional sports, like golf, tennis, volleyball and flag foot-
ball were offered in advanced P.E.
Co-ed P.E. was taught by the boys P.E. coaches this year. Coach
Troutt said co-ed P.E. was fun and exciting, but he would ha ve liked
to have seen more students in the program.
The P.E. coaches would like to see the interest in P.E. continue. They
hope these programs can benefit boys and girls in the future.
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Opposite page bottom: A smile of delight crosses the face of Pugsley Clark as he
completes his one hundredth curl, Opposite page top: Pushups are hard work,
but Leon Nichols isn't having any trouble. In fact, Leon claims he can do a
hundred in one minute, .
Above: To stay slim you must keep your body toned up. Dina Woodworth is
thankful that girls P,E. has equipment to keep her in shape.
Top right: Pumping iron isn't easy. Nathan Guinn can tell you that it really builds
those muscles though.
Bottom right: Pushing a cart full of bats, Michele Flidnt and Sally Kingsbury help
out the teacher,
Top left: "lf you hold your hand up like this and smash the racket down on the
birdie. you will have a better serve. " says Miss Munoz.
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Social Studies Department
Excels This Year
In order to survive this complex world of ours, we need to ha ve
an extensive knowledge of how our society works. Over the
course of this past year, the Westwood Social Studies Depart-
ment has supplied that needed information to all those students
who would take the time to listen.
The thirteen teachers, headed by Mr. Paul Wells, taught classes
ranging from Arizona History to Psychology which helped stu-
dents realize their responsibilities in society. Students learned
how the economy works and they discovered how the Ameri-
can Government is run.
Because of the sponsoring by The Social Studies Department,
approximately twenty Westwood pupils got to view firsthand
our government in action. The program was called "Close-Up"
and in it students raised S 780 apiece to journey to Washington
D.C. Students visited many of the familar landmarks and heard
from the three branches of government, as well as people from
national agencies and the news media.
The Social Studies Department has more than done its part in
keeping Westwood's standards where they should be, At the
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Stehf Sturgell Thomas Wells Young
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Opposite Page Bottom: "Thanks for the l Mr, 5tehr," says Joyce Neely.
Top left: Mrs. Gambill instructs another grueling lesson.
Above Right: Kirk Ollarra pretends he really likes History.
Above: Mr. Cummins shows approval of Clarin Saline 's speech. Social 5mdies,l65
Ag And Auto Produce
Great Products This Year
Westwood's Agricultural and Auto Mechanic classes were the
finest this school has had yet. The students learned different
aspects of life. Agriculture classes used a unique type of labora-
tory: the out-of-doors. In Animal Science classes students ap-
plied new found knowledge to raise live stock and grow their
own crops. These classes were extremely beneficial in that
some day these students will be raising the food we buy from
Bashas and AJ. Bayless.
These classes were also helpful because the students learned
hands-on experience that will help them in other areas as well.
Such as working with animals and plants in a zoo, or working
with wildlife game and preservation of animals and endangered
Nearby, the Auto Mechanic classes trained future Exxon em-
ployees. Using actual cars, the students learn how parts of cars
work so that they are able to repair minor parts. From this new
found knowledge students will be able to keep down their car
repair bills in the future.
Overall the Auto Mechanics and Agriculture classes will pro vide
students with good on-the-job training. This training can be
used for careers in areas that they are interested and qualified
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Above: "Hello Mr, Cow" greets Brian Clark as he starts to clean out the area. After this job is done Brian also feeds and waters the other animals.
Opposite Page Top: Gathering firewood for the homecoming bonfire. Robert Sliskovich collects wood from the pile at the agricultural center. He does this
Opposite Page Bottom: Scrounging through the scrap metal barrel, Glen Be vell finds some good size pieces. Glen is going to use these leftovers to build the
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Business ls On Task, Clubs
Add To Its Appeal
"The Business of America is business. " so said former President Calvin
Collidge - and how right he was, Fortunately, Mr, Brian Foster and his
crew of teachers, literally took this saying to heart. I
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typing to advanced computer usage. Mini-courses in various aspects of A A
business are offered. A student can learn about accounting, bookkeep-
ing, and management,
There are specialty classes galore. If a student is interested in working
in an office-type atmosphere, then COE is the class that he can take.
Various banks, lawyers, and doctors offer placement for these stu-
dents. The same holds true for those students interested in the world
Distributive Education is one of the most interesting classes and clubs
on campus, Year after year this group has won Club of the Year
Awards, and these are not the only groups which students may make a
way of life For those students not interested in workin on th
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club for them. All in all the Business Department has done a fine job A
with our business classes and clubs this year.
Above: Lestie Lavender talks about college opportunity with Mrs. Vancore Above Right: Typing a
letter correctly gives a person a sense of pride as L isa Jabs shows here. Opposite Page Top Right:
"I did it I passed typing." smiles Shannon Wear. Opposite Page Top Left: Everybody needs a
helping hand once in a while and Business teacher Chuck Thompson is doing just that for Lean
Harper. Opposite Page Middle Right: "He asked me out exclaims Jana Templin to classmate Sally
Kingsbury. Opposite Page Middle Left: Sharing a moment of happiness is Renee Reyes as she talks
to Mrs. Chellevold. Opposite Page Bottom Right: "The Computer is never wrong, " so thinks Amy
Baker, while in the Background Craige Pillar acts silly for the camera. Opposite Page Bottom Left:
Happiness is getting your picture taken in a business class says Sonia Javregui.
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Bottom right: Mrs. Hatch said threading a needle is easy, but for Holly
Wermuth it isn't, as she stuck the needle through her thumb.
Opposite page top left: "They say the way to a mans heart is through his
stomach," as Gloria 5alazar puts cookies in the oven.
Opposite page top right. The determination on Nicole Phelps face shows as
she irons a shirt.
Opposite page bottom left: "lt's not as easy as it looks, All the pieces are
suppose to fit together when you do it. " says Lauri Porter, "But they don 't. "
I 70-Home Economics
Home Economics Prepares
For uture Li vin
This was the hottest year that the Home Economics Depart-
ment has ever had. Students learned how to survive in the "wild
life!" Students learned to master the arduous skills of cooking.
Many just couldn't go without their extravagant dishes. They
learned everything from scrambled eggs to a souffle, and from
hamburgers to chicken friscassee. ln sewing they learned how
to mend holes in their favorite socks and shirts as well as put in
a zipper to finish a jacket. Some learned they could fashion their
own wardrobe. Formost, Home Keeping was the most important
class because they learned how to clean up their 'pads" after
having wild parties! This course also taught how to budget ones
income. For instance, not blowing the monthly food allowance
on tickets for every concert that comes to town, or on expen-
sive "habits!ll" In Child Development students learned many of
the skills they will need when and if they settle down for the
family life. They learned such valuable skills as being a good
parent, solving minor castastrophes that usually occur, teaching
children right from wrong and all about life. It also taught them
about how to care for little children. They learned the most
important daily chores such as, proper meals to feed them, not
candy, coke, and Burger King every day.
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As I look back on my past years at Westwood, I remember my first
day as a sophomore. Walking around the school in a state of confu-
sion, puzzled by the fact that I couldn't find Hall 5. and receiving
snide remarks from the sophisticated seniors strutting around the
campus, I became very depressed. I don 't know how I made it to my
junior year, but when I did the tables turned.
As a junior, I made the remarks to the little, obnoxious, disgusting
so homores. Junior life was heaven. Ever bod left the 'uniors alone,
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Now that Iam a STUDL Y SENIOR, I find myself doing the strutting and
being looked up to by the poor unfortunate sophomores and juniors
wandering aimlessly around campus.
Being one of the supreme beings of Westwood, I am proud of our
award winning school and I hope that the underclassmen can keep it
that way. When Ileave Westwood I will miss watching all the sopho-
mores pack into the cafeteria, donut runs, and the distant cries of
WAR EA GLE.
Oh, by the way, I findly found out where Hall 5 is. Do wn the stairs and
to the left.
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My years at Westwood have been full of many fun, exciting and some sad
The one event that really sticks in my mind is the Varsity Hoops adventure at
the Flagstaff Tournament. Who can forget the tag-team wrestling at one in
the morning and .l.D. demonstrating the finer points of sumo wrestling ?lt
even snowed enough to have a snowball fight. K. T. was a non-stop, one-line
joke machine, some of them were even funny! But my heart goes out to Coach
Doolen. llo ve that man. He has taught me more about life than any class could
ha ve. Even though I didn 't play much, and God knows howl wanted to, I had to
accept his decision I for me not to pla y Q and keep a good attitude. I know that
there will be situations on down the road that will parallel this one, and I 'll be
able to deal with it better than someone else. I feel Coach Doolen has taught
me the most valuable lesson I could have possibly learned and I feel I'm a
better person because of it. Thanks Coach.
I know my skiing buddies won 't forget the many trips to Sunrise. Especially
when Fournier started cracking up in the car.
I'm gonna miss head pigs Kristen 8 .lill. Snort! Billy what about our 3.30 a.m.
pinball trip? I don't know!
To all of my friends, lLove You, and will miss you immensely. All I can say is
watch for me on MTV. I'm outta here! Bring on the ASU women.
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As llook back on my years at Westwood I am amazed that I finally made
it to my Senior year. When I first heard of Westwoodl thought it would
be the land of opportunity where I could learn, have fun, and become
involved in school activities. I never realized it would give me the
opportunity to do three hours of homework nightly.
As for past experiences at Westwood, I will never forget the wonderful
Symphony trip to the Metropolitan city of Artesia, New Mexico my
sophomore year. Then my junior year, we went to San Diego instead. I
almost enrolled at SDSU after seeing some of the fraternities. The junior
class play was an experience not to be forgotten. Robson almost had a
nervous breakdown and is just now recovering from the ordeal.
The teachers at Westwood whether you want them to or not, have a
definite effect on you as a student-Mr. Dant and some of his ultimate
coolness can 't help rub off on others. I also learned that a continual loss
of temper can result in baldness, through Mr. Thompson.
My years at Westwood were enjoyable because I was involved in school
functions, was challenged to learn, and met interesting and unique
people. I will always be gladl went to Westwood and proud to say Iam a
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I started out my years at Westwood as a pitiful sophie who
walked to lunch everyday through alleys to avoid the jeering
of the 'gorgeous senior studs" who were lucky enough to
drive to lunch. Yes, J. T., those were the days!
As a junior I was excited to have my best buds Milo, Becky.
and Rufie join me and to teach them all of the tricks and
trends of being a Westwood girl. Many good times were
spent in the little white truck bouncing to Mesa High to check
out their men and cruising AMC. The fun of dating and
driving is what being a junior is all about.
Now as a senior, I feel that I have matured and the only
thoughts in my head are those of getting busy to graduate
and decide what to do after I leave, What will I do with the
rest of my life? What is there after life at Westwood High?
I ha ve realized that my three years at Westwood hold some
very choice memories and I find myself very loyal to this
great school. I have made many friends and gained true
Warrior spirit and the satisfaction of being involved in DECA,
publications, and many extracurricular activities as well as
the pride of being from Westwood and riding in C.R. 's Fiero
to lunch everyday.
I have not left much of a mark on this school, except for the
attendance office, but Westwood has left an impression on
me and my life and the decisions I make hereafter will be
affected because of the many things I have learned.
I challenge every student at Westwood - that means you little
brother - to make it a goal to get involved and make the most
of your years here, to gain loyalty and pride for Westwood
and know the feeling of being a true Warrior!
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Ever since Imoved to Mesa, I would pass Shepherd Audito-
rium and Brimhall Field. I gazed in awe, and wondered
what it would be like to roam the halls of Westwood High
5chool. My dreams soon gave way to reality and I have
now reached that plateau. Life at W.H.5. has exceeded all
of my expectations and I hope that all of the students that
attend our school will be able to experience all of the
"Highs" that I have had.
The greatest of these "Highs' is playing football and having
the opportunities to carry on the Warrior traditions. In
order to achieve on and off the playing field the players
must be disciplined, determined, and dedicated to a goal.
The three D's of success heb the student-athlete learn
responsibility. Together we have become a close knit
group and I will treasure this closeness because together
we ha ve faced much adversity and also special happiness
after we accomplish what we set out to do - overcome our
Isa y thanks to some great teachers, fans. Parents. and the
best coaches a player could have, Coach Loper, Coach
Jones, and Coach "Digger" Oviedo,
Now I say goodby to my teammates, to whom I call my
friends, you guys are tops! Good luck and remember
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As my Warrior years come to a close I can look back and
recall these years as being extremely rewarding. You sophies
may ask, "How can I make my Warrior years so rewarding?"
Well the answer is simple: get involved with school activities
and school spirit!
One of the most rewarding activities I was involved in was
the Warriorette pom line. Although there were numerous,
painstaking hours involved, the fleeting moments of perfor-
mance made it all worthwhile.
I will always treasure the close friendships that ha ve
stemmed from being on the line. At the beginning of the year
I felt as if I were encompassed by eighteen strangers - now,
after working with all of them for 4 hours a day, I look at
them as being good friends, each having a unique and special
A special "thanks" goes to Mrs. Sturdevant for all of the
sacrificed time and effort she donated to the line. We
couldn't have accomplished half as much without her!
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Well, lhave come a long way since I was a sophie begging for
a ride to lunch, now I am a senior looking for a ride home.
What can I say? My dad won't even buy me a scooter.
Graduation could not come fast enough for me. But lam really
going to miss Westwood and all of its memories. How could I
forget all my rowdy times with Funk, long talks with Beaz,
wild Saturday nights in Ahwatukee with Kristen and Karen.
and lunch at Papillons with Lori.
I would like to thank Mr. M. for all he has done for me these
past two years, including making me student of the month. I
definitely recommend DECA for everyone because it is the
most fun club on campus.
I feel everyone should get as involved in school activities as
possible. . . The more you put into your school the more you
will get back. Make your years at Westwood the best you can!
Thanks to everyone for a great three years. lhope the class of
'86 can live up to our reputation as great seniors.
And do not worry, the only rides I will be needing now will be
home from college.
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Da visson Dawn
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Dickerson Dickman Dillard Dortman Dressel
Sherry Brian L isa Virginia Ryan Sharlene
Drummond Dubiel Dudley Durfee Du ve Dwan
C ynthla Susan
Scott Dana .lon
Eggen Ellsworth Ellsworth
Probably the most unforgettable experiences we 've
had at Westwood came during volleyball season our
junior and senior years. Our junior year, it was the
trip to Kofa. We were on our way home when the
trouble began. We were lost! Then we went down a
road that was washed out. Next we turned down a
one lane, dead end street and we couldn't turn
around! So we backed up for 30 minutes! Then we
got lost again! Finally, at 5117 a.m. we pulled into
Westwood parking lot with school beginning in a
mere 3 hours!
Our senior year, it was the Saguaro game. Once
again, we were on our way home when the trouble
started. During our game, someone loosened the
wires to the bus horn, and when we were leaving,
"that someone" got in front of the bus and wouldn 't
go! Naturally, our bus driver honked the horn and
when she did, it kept honking! By itself! It was
stuck! For the entire 35 minute ride from Saguaro
to Westwood we honked. It was so embarrassing!
Then came basketball! Seeing Mr. Wells come out
dressed for practice in his size I4, orange converse
basketball shoes was hilarious!
Paul Michael Brian Karen
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I will always cherish the memories I have of Westwood
High. The games, assemblies, parties, floats, and dances
were such fun. Iknow what I will remember most about my
high school years is the friends I have made.
I can remember life as a sophomore. Anya and I wandered
around the parking lot hoping someone would have the
heart to take us to lunch. -
Kaye Steven My junior year was another story. We cruised through the
F'ee"'a" F'ee"""' parking lot laughing and pointing at the poor sophomores
Cas if we were never in their shoes Q. How we could fit eight
girls into the sunbirds, I ll never know.
Last but not least, my senior year has been the best. I look
back at all the good times I've had at this school and know
that if the old saying is true "Your high school years are the
best years of your life. "I won 't be disappointed. l'm proud
to be a Warrior!
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Freeman Frisell Fuller
Aaron Alma Elizabeth .lose Ray James
Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Garcia Gardner
Rick Dana Roanne Edward Polly Corey
Gardner Garland Garrett Geiger Gerber Gilliland
Brian Deanne Wendy Gilbert Matt
Glanding Gofas Golie Gomez Gordon
Danny Tifne y Lynn
Grant Green Grey
Kimberly Rhonda Christopher
Gunnell Gurr Haddad
Bryan Guadalupe Nathan
Griffith Guevara Guinn
Wendy Lydia Amy
Hahn Halliburton Halverson
Leah Michelle Scott
Harper Harris Hartleben
I remember my first day at Westwood and at a mere 5'l"
height, I was an unmistakable sophomore, not to mention
my struggles to open my locker, get to class on time, and
carry around a mountainous stack of books. Yes. that was
me. Well, since that first day l've learned a few things. I
have had many new and exciting experiences, and have
made lots of memories. I can remember the fears and an-
ticipation each year as I tried out for Regionals and All-
State, and the fun times in concert and "Honor Choir." I
remember cramming for my Spanish test every Thursday
night for the past 3 years, and the awesome trips to Guay-
mas, Mexico. I can't forget the long nights I stayed up
writing essays and last-minute book reports for the sake of
my G.P.A., and all the times I missed lunch in order to plan
and attend N.H.S. meetings. The two short years I spent
managing the J. V. and Varsity Volleyball teams were great
ones. Those were my girls. l'lI never forget them. And the
best times were the 6 A.M. L.D.S. Seminary Council meet-
ings every Thursday morning. Well, I'd just like to say:
Thanks, Westwood, for the memories.
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Hesson Hester Hethering ton Heywood Hidalgo Hobbs
Allen Terence David Shawn Richard Amie
Hodge Hodges Holady Householder Hudson Hughes
Eric Beth Kari
Hultberg Humbert Hunt
Eileen Jill Kevin
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In the age of Modern Man, there was a guy living in
Westwood land. He was never a "sophie", but a "future"
junior man. By this time he had learned a lot. .. The
combination to his lock! His senior year was really grand,
and now he's out to roam the land.
I have had a great time here at Westwoodf meeting all of
the people I have, singing in the BIG "H.C."f being in the
different sports and activities, and participating in all of
the schooI's spirit.
Iam gratefull to all of my friends. I will miss you alll Later
days and better grades!
Tracey Gale Kraig Mark
Johnson Johnson Johnson
Robert Ma ylene
Jewel Jimmy Johansen
Stranger in a strange land. , . As a sophomore, such thoughts as
this flooded my mind due to the fact that I was merely an
enthusiastic, but ignorant, ex-Powell Patroit, now being Ioosed
upon a vast Westwood campus. Soon, I managed to lose that
"dazed" look that is frequently seen on a sophie 's face up until
second semester, I Now, lha ve that "dazed" look that is common
to sufferers of Senioritisj
Seriously, though, I've loved my years at Westwood and I
wouldn 't trade my Warrior memories for anything.
Ho we ver, all the great times I 've had at West wood wouldn 't ha ve
been half as fun without my good friends: Tyler, the man with
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companions, Lee, soon-to-be a Senior stud, Kerri, a rising basket-
ball talent, Kevin, The K id-Cneed I say morej, and most of all, Dan
Schmid, the best friend anybody could ever have Che 's also a bit
spasticj -Just kidding, Dan. Sorry about anybody I've left out,
Also, throughout my Westwood years, my Art teachers, Mr.
Medley, Mrs. Robinson, and Mr. Laney, ha ve properly motivated
me to enter drawings in the State Fair and several other con-
tests. Some I placed in, others I didn 't. Without their prompting,
however. I wouldn 't have won anything, and I would like to use
this opportunity to say "Thanks, . . Thanks.
Last, and by far not the least, I cannot neglect to mention the
15,755 1212? Kigggih tolerant and loveable Ms, Nass. This wonderful English teacher
has endured a Tee-Pee 'd classroom, her desk moved clear down
hall 3, frog 's legs in her desk and attendance folder, upside-down
students' desks, and perhaps a few other annoyances perpetrat-
ed against her by myself, Dan, and Tyler.
Westwood is no longer a strange atmosphere for me. Now, it is
home, and I'Il miss it, and all of the people that I've met here.
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As llook back on my years at Westwood. I remem-
ber the friends lmet and the friends Ialready knew
and how our friendships grew deeper throughout
the years. It just goes to prove that a friend is
someone who likes you and wants nothing of you
but friendship. For this, I am grateful because my
friendships will continue long after graduation.
I have made dancing a part of my life since I was
five years old and the Westwood dance classes and
concerts have made it possible for me to be in-
volved in dance during my high school years. l'll
ha ve to admit it was hard work but at concert time,
all of the hard work paid off when I heard the
Although high school was scary at first, I learned
that you must have a smile on your face and a
giggle inside you in order to enjoy' your high school
years to the fullest. and even more- enjoy your life.
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So this is Westwood. There I was, a sophomore at a totally
new scene. As a new Warrior I became part of a class of pride
and spirit. Even though our class took many heartaches from
the "Highly looked up to seniors" we knew we were the
After the first pep assembly, football game, and Hello Dance I
knew Westwood was a place I was going to love and gain
many unforgettable memories.
As a "sophie" I had many hard times. Not being old enough to
drive, my friends and I had no way to get to lunch. So we
would solve the problem by taking over the Westwood cafe-
teria. If we were privileged, one of our friendly upper class-
men would give us a ride in the truck of their car or back of
their pickup. This wasn't the end, finding a ride home be-
came a serious problem. You were lucky if you had an older
brother or sister, to be your "taxi service". All things consid-
ered my sophomore year wasn't bad. Meeting new people
and gaining friends was a highlight. The roaring football and
basketball games and the long but exciting cross country
meets have their place in my memory. The excitement of
winning and the heartache of losing. No matter which one,
Westwood's spirit will carry on.
Time passed and we grew older. Now a senior with many
great memories and experiences to look back on and never
forget. The class of I985 will ride with pride forever.
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To be given the opportunity to write about my years at Westwood was
exciting. I gladly accepted without any thought, maybe I should've
thought! Like many responsibilities we accept to take on in life we don 't
always actually realize what fully they entail As I look back to the
beginning of my sophomore year, I don 't feel that Ihad a realistic idea of
what the coming years had in SIOFE for me. I had no idea that some of
the most important lessons of life would be taught to me through
experiences I've had here at Westwood with teachers. coaches, and
most of all friends.
My teachers, who have instructed me academically, have not only
increased my intelligence, they've taught me valuable lessons. One
lesson is the good that comes from being challenged. lfelt this challenge
as a sophomore in Mr. Mounts biology class. His grading scale was 93 Z
for a one CD, instead of the typical QOZ. I quickly learned to put forth
extra effort to wards the achievement of a goal. I was also Challenged by
a wise man, Mr. Dant, "to use my mind." This challenge we should all
take on and persist throughout our lives in doing.
Athletics ha ve been a character building source for me throughout high
school years. My participation was for personal satisfaction and enjoy-
ment. While enjoying my activities, I was being taught traits that build a
person 's character, such as, having a positive attitude, taking pride in
something I West woodj, being persistent, increasing self-motivation
and how to endure.
Friendships have taught me the mostl I could not have felt true happi-
ness nor the lowest depression without having friends. We've been
there to support, encourage, listen to, and love one another, and also
through the years, like all mankind, hurt, belittle, and tear down each
other until we were mature enough, and had gained enough wisdom to
think of how the other might feel. I could not have made it through my
high school years, gaining the wisdom that I have, from our good and
bad times, without my friends. We've grown wiser through our years
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Thomas Melodie Michael Kimberly M Ka y Krystal
McCormick McDonald McDough McGrath McGrath Mcinelly
Doug Lora Bridget Brenda Arthur Tracy
McKeever McKellips McKown McMaster McNair Meacham
Since my first year as a member of the Westwood chap-
ter Future Farmers of America, I have really enjoyed it
and ha ve not regretted being part of it once. From plant-
ing a garden and taking care of animals all the way to
taking first place in the state FFA extemporaneous
Speaking Contest, the FFA has been an important factor
of my life.
In the past few years participating in judging and speak-
ing contests, along with being a member of the National
FFA Band and chairing several committees, ha ve come to
be long lasting memories for me. However, things like
seeing Karen Mahan dog-paddling in the middle of Sa-
guaro Lake, or watching Heather Spices trying to go ten
minutes without hurting herself severely, make all those
other accomplishments second rate material.
As Chapter President this year l've been through every-
thing from Mr. Moore 's forty-five minute jokes to being
chased across a pasture by a slightly hostile steer. One
of my major accomplishments was surviving through
Doug,Merritt's first attempt at driving a vehicle with a
clutch Calthough I still have nightmares about that near
meeting with death 1. After experiencing the picture cru-
sade of Roger Moss and his three cameras, along with
kidnapping a toy mouse and holding it for ransom, I can
honestly say that FFA definitely isn 't boring.
With the ending of my Senior year, I look back at the FFA
and remember what a great time I had and I hope the
new Westwood FFA officers and members can make it
Meldrum Mello tt
Craig Jeff Angela
Menden Mendoza Menzel
Danny Susan Kimberly Donna Elizabeth Becky
MiCh0r1 Mikesh Miller Montgomery Morgan Morris
Dennis Russell Glen
Morton Morton Mounts
During the past three years I am proud to say that the
best times of my life so far have been spent at this
wonderful institution called WESTWOOD HIGH
Every morning from 8:10 to 9:03 I was involved in a
violent games of baseball, chair throwing, cahooney
shots, name calling, and of course the unforgettable
'Tog". A more familiar name for this class is Student
Council. Many friendships and learning experiences
have come from this class.
K ory Virginia
Laura l've never been able to thank my friends enough for Diane Q,,is,ia,,
Mullelvix teaching me how to SMURF. It was also great to have Mullins Murphy
them there to rejoice and be jubilant everytime a letter 4
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everywhere! To the juniors I leave you the rule of iift V 'ir,1,V W
Westwood High, but it definitely won't be the same alh' 5 irii S
without the class of '85l . if I
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Mercedes 1 Donald Kristine
Murrietta ysgs- Myers Myers
Mary Joyce Jana Sherrie
Neel - Neely Neil Nelson
Helena Joy Binh Kent Kristine Leon
Nerell Newton Nguyen Nicholas Nichols Nichols
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Patricia Zena Laura Chrysta Rhonda Marie
Nielson Niles Noland Noo yen Norcott Norle y
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Monica Anita Sandra Barbara Judith Andria
Northan Nuland Ochoa Oliver Oltmann Orr
Good Morning Warriors. . , and here are the morning announce-
ments. . . Those words will always be one of my fond memories of
Westwood High, or they will haunt me forever.
There are many, many things that I will remember about
Westwood, but my fondest memories lie in the three years I ha ve b
spent on the Student Council-floats, plays, dances, working with Mckinley Rachel James
balloon man fMr. Luedyj, and being locked up in the publicity Orr Offil O'D0Hf19ll
room-are just a few of the things that I will never forget. I wouldn 't V M NVVII WHQ
trade these experiences, or friendships Iha ve made for the world. W
lam also extremely grateful for the times that I ha ve spent in room
850 Concert and Honor Choirs yave played a big part in my years
at Westwood. lcan still remember when Jill, Amy, Debbie and I got
lost on the way to a concert fearing what Mr. Harris would do to us
if we did not show, in the end, we had to ask for directions in a
Thank You Westwood for making my years here the best they
Could be. The memories of you will live in my heart forever.
Darren Chieu Theng
Peterson Phan Phan
Sara Josette Jodi
Phillippi Phillips Phihaott
Westwood what memories I cherish!
Just barely surviving my sophomore year, with occasional
trips to the cafeteria, causing immediate stomach disor-
der. But my big sophomore activity was the cross country
team and track team. As one of Sa wyer 's running warriors,
I felt true pain. But I over-came the pain to go on to bigger
and better things my junior year.
As a junior, high school life became more interesting. I
began to notice girls, the closest thing to heaven. As a yell
leader of Westwood, I first discovered them. At cheer
camp, when I was one of six boys with four hundred girls, I
began to notice the difference. Then the problem was
dating, it took Pine and Chad all their resources to teach
me how. But all this was insignificant to my senior year.
As the class of 85 'I was alive. I tried everythings DECA.
student council, Model UN, Mayors Youth Committee, Na-
tional Honor Society, and occasionally went to class. Dur-
ing our winning football season, I was called back to lead
many War Eagles at Westwood games.
I would like to thank all my friends that made these years
so much fun. Westwood has been my home for the last 3
years, andl can truely say 'My blood runs Deep Orange! "
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Tamra Anne Gordon Michael Mark Samuel
Radcliff Ramsey Ray Rechichar Reeves Reidhead
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Roberts Roberts Robinson Robinson
Kent Swims And VWns
There was always a certain pride I felt after joining the Westwood Warrior
swim team. As a freshman I wasn 't sure it was the thing for me. I swam a
few races that freshman year. Not like it really helped the team. but atleast
I felt like that's where I belonged. Throughout life I never won anything
athletic. Sure, I felt like an athlete but I never won. Swimming gave me a
winning attitude. The four years I swam. we were only beaten once. In the
History of Westwood Swimming we have a 921 winning record. That was
the kind of program I wanted to be a part of, and wanted to carry on such
I hear some say, "Who 'd want to be a swimmer ?"My reply would be, "Who
wouldn 't want to stay in a nice cool pool when it is l2O degrees and still get
a P.E. credit?" Don 't get me wrong, 4 hours a day for serious swimmers is
. V not play time.
I lhope the winning tradition continues not just for the sake of winning, but
so someone else could be a part of a program that they can feel proud of.
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Russell Russo Rutherford
Carolyn Daniel Martin
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As we look back upon our years at Westwood, from our
"sophie "sophie crushes" on those senior men to the
last game we cheered for as Varsity cheerleaders our
senior year, the memories and friendships that we've
built here will last forever.
It seems like yesterday that, as sophies, we had the
unique experience of trying desperately to hitch a ride
to the nearest "social hot spot". Somehow. , , we al-
ways ended up in the cafeteria.
We'll never forget how much fun we had cheering for
the Warriors. The spirit and closeness that each of us
felt for each other on the squad was so great and added
so much in boosting the school's spirit as a whole.
Though, these are some highlights of great times that
we ha ve had over these past 3 years, none can compare
to our great year as Senior Warriors! We love
Westwood! And no matter what may happen after the
GREAT class of '85 is gone we will always be true and
Jeffrey Amy Dannis
Setlow Shaffer Shepherd
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Richard Eva Dana
.Sherman Shihady Shill
During the three years l've been at Westwood, some of the
best times have been spent being part of the basketball pro-
gram. I will always remember the outrageous three days I and
especially the nightslj the Varsity team spent in Flagstaff
during my junior year. Our entertainment director, James
Daniels, made sure we always had something to do. The
humorous antics by Coach "T" constantly made us feel better
when we strutted into sixth hour. Early in the year, James
Daniels portrayed a character known only as "The Mexican".
This imitation, although unexpected, had us rolling all over
the floor. I learned a lot in my tenure with the Westwood
Hoop Program. That is because I had a good teacher.
Coach Doolen is someone I will never forget in my life. AI-
though he may not know it, he has taught me to be a better
person, on and the court. In every way of life he has taught
me so that I will be ready for what society has to offer. I'd like
to thank Coach Doolen for molding my character these past
three years and hehving me in every possible way.
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Teresa Glenn Janette L isa Gregory Connie
Shingledecker Showers Shrader Shumann Sihler Simmons
Eric C orr y Jerrel Teresa Michele Sean
Skinner Slama Slinkard Smith Soltis Sorenson
Michael Paul Melissa Thomas Heather Greg
South worth So wards Soza Speece Spicer Spoon
Michelle Anna Christine Andrew Leanna lVgCl:6'il6'
Stallings Starns Stevens Stewart Stewart Il 6
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Stacy Bruce Jeffrey
Templin Terry Thvm-is
"Funnest" Years VWII Be
You always hear as you are growing up that your high school
years are the 'Tunnest" years of your life, but as you
struggle to turn in your final papers and stay up until 2117 in
the morning, trying to finish the float, you begin to doubt
this familiar sa ying. Yet, as the year comes to a close and
you think of your high school memories, you realize that
these really are the 'Tunnest" years. The assemblies, the
friends, the athletic events, the prom, and all these become
For me, such a list would also include Student Council The
three years of council have added so much to my life. Each
person I worked with taught me something, especially the
advisors. I couldn 't ha ve found a better friend than I did in
Mr. Luedy. He is quite a fruit exchange!
Again I want to say how great my high school years really
were, and what a great school Westwood is. A special
thanks to all the teachers that filled my brain with knowl-
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His Warrior Years
Memories of yesterday will carry into tomorrows memories.
In order to gain them we must first endeavor in something
out of the norm. The first day I drove the "Iunchcrew" to
lunch in my green convertible, '58 MG a.k.a. "C, C. " C Cosmic
Cucumberj will be remembered til the end of my time. I think
being senior class president will be remembered most, The
long sleepless nights I spent worrying about class projects are
still clear in my mind. It was worthwhile though, accomplish-
ing something, not as senior class president, but as the senior
class. So be adventurous! Do all you can for your class, go for
We think, sometimes, there is not a dragon left, not one
brave Warrior. not a single princess, gliding through secret
forests enchanting deer and butterflies with her smile. We
think, sometimes, ours is a maze, part fronteirs, part adven-
ture. Destiny, its way over the horizon, glowing shadows
galloped past long ago and gone.
What a pleasure to be wrong.
Timothy Amy Jeffrey Amy Robyn
Webster Weckerly Wegener Weir Wells
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Westwood Wns Over Dobson
Looking back through my years at Westwood I really didn 't really realize
how much fun I was ha ving. I came here to Westwood as a junior and knew
a lot of people because lused to attend the Westwood dances as a Dobson
sophomore. I felt great to be a mighty WARRIOR instead of a weak mus-
tang. I can 't believe Iha ve to say goodbye to the rowdy Westwood lunches
and the Westwood football and basketball games. The dances were a blast!
The hardest part of all is saying goodbye to all of my Westwood buddies,
the ones who stuck in there when I needed them the most. Thanks guys!
I 'm super glad that I came to Westwood because there is no greater school
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Todd Edwin Melodie Holly Darrin William
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My days at Westwood ha ve been filled with countless memorable mo-
ments. During my three years at Westwood I have had the opportunity
to be involved in many educational and exciting activities. Among these
was the opportunity for me to attend Arizona Boys State last June. It
turned out to be one of the biggest highlights of my years at Westwood.
Other memories l'll always treasure are those of the baseball team. l'Il
never forget the weekly water fights on the baseball field. It never
ceased to amaze me of how one person, with a little extra energy, could
get a whole baseball team involved in a major water fight.
It 's hard to believe that my days at Westwood are coming to an end. As I
look back I can see hard work, good accomplishments, and most of all,
great friendships. You are the best, Class of 85, and you'll never be
Curtain time, my sophie year was my first assembly.
Dance Production performed our "Telephone" dance, in
which I leaped awkwardly about. My talents improved
little over the year so the recruitments of Steph, Mo and
Dannis were needed so we could boogie to the "WAR-
RIOR" in Curtain Time 84.
Our Orch. trip to San Diego proved rewarding as the
symphony swept all the honors with its tremendous talent.
Teri and Lisa though, stowed-away to Old San Diego and
left me dancing with the sailors.
Varsity Cheer remains the highlight of my Westwood
years. The Mel and Wim, Kim and Lest duo 's always kept
things going, while our 4 baby mooses trap, Sharon, Cara
and Passey always made me smile. Our "Electricity"
dance proved exciting while the energetic intro by Kent
started off our rowdie year. Cheering for our senior studs
was easy. I LOVE BEING A WARRIOR!
In the three years that I've been at Westwood, some of
many exciting times ha ve been spent on the baseball field.
Being on the team gave me the chance to meet a lot of
new friends while getting reacquaianted with some old
Playing ball for Westwood taught me to enjoy playing the
game instead of trying to be perfect. My senior year was
exciting because we had a great team and a new coach.
We really put it together. l'll continue to pursue my base-
ball career in college, but I 7l always remember the memo-
ries from Westwood. Westwood is a great school and I'm
glad that I had the opportunity to go to school here.
My years at Westwood ha ve been filled with many memo-
ries. From my first day as a "Little sophie" until my last as
a senior, I'Il never forget the feeling of being a Warrior.
Days at Westwood were full of lectures, assignments, and
trying to impress the so called "Studs." At night football
games, basketball games, dances, McDonalds and Mamma
JoAnns were planned as close to curfew as possible. The
poeple I have met here will always stand out in my mind
because they have made my high school years the bestl
These few things Iremember ha ve made a memory of high
school that l7l never forget. Oh, I'm sure most of what I
learned from classes will be forgotten but the one thing
that I'll always remember is that I was a Warrior.
My three years at Westwood were really great. People
always say, "high school is the best time of your life, " well
that's true. I'll have some good memories to look back on.
Some of the best memories l7l have will be of playing
baseball for Westwood. My first year on the varsity team
we got third place in the central division tournment. I will
always remember beating Yuma after losing 3-0 in the
bottom of the 7th inning.
Through baseball I met many of my closest friends, and
Westwood was the key to both of these. So to Westwood
and all my friends I say, "Thanks," for three great yearsl
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Well, l984 has come and gone, and though some may not look back on the year as being "double-plus good it certainly wasn 't
the classic nightmare depicted in OrwelI's classic book. People were happy in l984. More money is good money, and the
economy was looking up. Inflation was down, employment was up, and the Olympic games at L.A. raked in a S150 million profit
for American capitalism. The games also raked in a record 83 gold medals for US. athletes, who certainly would 've enjoyed
competing against the boycotting Russians and East Germans. America was glad to be America, under the leadership of an aged
ex-actor, ex-governor, and really nice guy, and it wanted to keep its leadership. So Ronny was clearly in, and Fritz was out, even
with the popular Geraldine Ferrero - the nation's first woman to appear on a major party ticket - as his running mate.
However, Mrs. Ferrero wasn 't particularly popular with the Vice President's wife who referred to her as a "rhymes with rich. "
Have a heart, Mrs. Bush - William Schroeder did. As did Baby Fae, who survived three weeks with a baboon's heart.
The Jacksons enjoyed a vintage year in l984. Reverend Jesse became thefirst black to seriously compete for a presidential
nomination, even though the public frowned upon his friendship with such as Louis Farrakhan, mean while, Michael J. won dozens
of awards for his music, sold millions of records, and with his brothers, stormed the nation on their "Victory" tour.
l984 was a good year for burgers . . . yes burgers - after all, it was the year in which McDonald's fried their fifty billionth. On
the other hand, Mrs. Anne Burford resigned as head of the EPA, and called her job a "nothing burger". Meanwhile, McDonald 's,
Wendy 's, and Burger King entered their first year of all-out "Burger Wars", led by Clara Peller with "Where 's the beef ?ll " as her
People bought American flags to help the Statue of Libert y stand tall and proud, and wa ved them for the researchers in the U.S.
and France who may ha ve found the virus responsible for causing AIDS, there was also some flag- waving for the Chicago Cubs,
Lady Diana 's second child K a prince of a guy Q, astronaut Bruce McCandless, as he became the first human to mo ve untethered in
space, Hose Napoleon Duarte - El Salvador 's newly elected President, and more. However, flags were lowered when Americans
heard of worldwide and local tragedies such as the deaths of thousands in Bhopal, India, as a result of toxic fumes. Furthermore.
millions of families starved in Ethiopia while terrorists and others were responsible for the bombing of the American embassy in
Beirut, the assassination of Indira Gandhi, the bombing of The Brighton hotel from which British Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher narrowly escaped, and countless other tragic incidents - not the least of which was the killing of 2l people by a
lunatic gunman at a McDonald's in San Ysidro, California.
All in all, l984 was a year to remember with a touch of nostalgis, keeping the good things in mind. Like any other year it was filled
with joy and tears, triumph and tragedy, and if anyone wants to get a positive response to the question "How was l984?", they
should ask Michael Wittkowski, the S40 million Illinois lottery winner, John Del orean who was acquitted on cocaine charges, or
any of the other Americans who enjoyed a pleasant year.
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Jerry Ferguson I20 I60
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Kelly Armstrong l20 I26, 2l5
Melanie Arnett 3l, l3l, I40 2l6
Catherine Arredondo I 74
Cristina Arredondo I 74
Maria Arteaga I95
Ronald Arthur 2l6
Kenneth Arvayo I74
Frank Arvayo II8, l95
Teresa Arvello II4, I95
Timothy Ashcroft I95
Tobey Ashcroft 60 78, I 74
Randall Ashe l95
Alan Perysian I64
Alice Peterson I52
Leo Peterson I6 7
Gerri Ramnes l59
MaryAlice Reck l68
Teresa Reed l50
Peggy Reynolds I46
Jorth Richardson I33, I60
Edith Riley l46
Audrey Robinson I56
Jay Roper I52
Gretchen Rowe 62
Paula Rudow I52
Dick Sawyer 58, I56, I60
Tim Scannell I60
Max Schlarbaum I56
Frank Skagen l48
Earl Smith I56
Vera Smith l37
Marian Spavin I46
Jane Stangl 7l
Anne Stehr I60
Brian Stehr I64
Kathy Stevens l46
Jim Stewart I60
Sally Sturdevant I62
Gail Sturgell I64
Seth Swann I56
AI Thomas 86, I64
Charles Thompson l68
Kim Thompson I54
Nola Beth Tininenko I60
Benny Townsend I50
Ken Troutt I62
Eleanor Ucci l30 I52
Richard VanAusdeII 50
Joanne Vancore I34, l68
Paul Wells, 70 I64
Bill White l46
Bob Whittenbeen l50
Rosemary Wilder l50
Marilyn Wilson I44
Dick Young I64
Dr. James Zaharis I44
Laurie Zarkou I62
Camille Askerneese I74
Carmen Askerneese I48, I58, I74
Rickey Atherton I74
Nathan Atkinson I 74
Thomas Atkinson 50 95, I20 l95
Gary Attarian 2l6
Jeffrey Attarian l95
Robbie Atwood 2l6
Ruby Augustine l95
Charles Aurs I74
Tami Austin I29
Angelina Babbitt l95
Chad Babbitt l95
Samuel Babbitt I74
Jamie Baca I95
Vickie Baca 2l6
Tana Bachelder 80 I 74
Shawn Bachicha I 74
Jerry Bachman I 75
Barrie Badger I 74
Robert Badger I37
Rodney Bagby I74
Michelle Bagley l95
Robert Bagley 99, I95
Gary Bahe 78, l95
Michael Baier 50 2l6
Garn Bailey 85, 99
Petra Bailey I60
Robin Bailey l95
John Bailey 2l6
Allison Baker 2l6
Amy Baker l68, I74
John Baker 50 I95
Julie Baker 2l6
Wendy Baldwin I74
William Baldwin II8, 216
Amber Ball I74
Jennifer Ball I22, l35, 2l6
Mary Ball 89, I 74
Alex Ballejos 174
Scott Ballway 52, 82, 174
Brian Barabe 160
Renee Baranauskas 126
Ted Barber 216
Timothy Barber 52, 174
Michelle Barks 216
Stephen Barnes 195
Christopher Barraza 174
Brian Barrett 174
Kelee Bartholomew 174
Brett Bartley 195
Heather Batchelor 63, 174
Gary Batle 60
Bobby Baughn 156, 174
Melanie Baxter 174
Kelly Beach 216
Marc Beasley 31, 68, 216
Amber Beaty 216
Stach Beaty 195
Russell Beazer 195
Darwin Bebo 216
Mark Bebko 72, 195
Jamie Beck 174
Benjamin Becker 126, 216
Dale Becker 217
Katrina Becker 117, 196
Robert Becker 96, 101 104, 141, 217
Theodore L. Becker, 174
Lance G. Beckert, 174
Glenn E. Bedal 104, 141, 196
Christopher L. Bedwell 78, 174
Michelle E. Bee 174
Danny Behnnett 174
Da vid J. Belcher 84, 217
Becky Bell 174
Jason A. Bell 95, ICXZ 174
Michael L, Bellows 104, 154, 217
Terry L. Bellows 146, 207
Annmarie C. Beltran 137
Rhonda R, Benally 217
Daniel G. Bengtson 196
Keith F. Bengtson 217
Earl N. Bennett 126
Gregory Bennett 126, 217
Sherrill Bennet 217
Todd Bennett 196
Traci Bennett 87, 174
Kristen Benton 28, 70 71, 135, 217
Shawn Bergman 174, 196
Mario Bermea 196
Herman Bernal 84, 196
Roberto Bernal 134, 135, 217, 266, 88
Roxann Bernal 174
Page Bernhagen 217
Sarah Bestar 156
Melissa Best 196
Glen Bevell 146, 174
Samuel Biggs 32, 94, 174
Lisa Bigler 217
Angelo Bilducia 174
Dana L. Billings 196
Sheryl S. Billings 217
Ginger L. Billingsley 126
Kevin L. Bingham 174
Sharla Bingham 99, 217
Allison Binks 63, 174
Scott Binnie 78, 174
Anne Bisig 174
Keith Blades 196
Mark Blair 217
Kimberly Blake 196
Kimberly Blankenburg 54, 174
Lori Blankenburg 32, 104, 109, 110 217
Stacy Blazo 174
John Blier 217
Gregory Bloom 60 78
Bradley Blue 78, 175
Robert Blum 218
Tamula Bogard 64, 65, 70, 86, 196
Monica Bognar 137, 218
Traci Bohn 196
Tania Bolander 175
Tray Bolles 175
Todd Bond 196
Stephanie Bond 65. 116, 131, 141, 218
Rodney Bonner 50 68, 78, 196
John Boren 175
Lisa Boren 218
Linda Bordwell 160
Richard Bottoms 58, 78, 218
Eric Boucher 50 218
Carolee Bowen 62, 87, 196
Allison R. Bowerman 80 175
David A. Bowers 120 196
Lori M. Box 99, 104, 196
Lunda Bracken 59, 76, 196
Todd A. Brackenbury 94, 175
Bryan M, Bradley 175
Matt Bramley 52
Travie W. Branam 13 7, 218
Keith A, Brant 175
Maria Bray 175
Maribeth Brimley 175
Sherri K, Brinkley 175
Kerry L. Britton 218
Alexander Broadbent 218
Kristin D. Brookes 76, 175
Casey Brooks 20 218
Jeffrey Brooks 196
Jennifer Brooks 196
Sherri Brooks 218
Judith Broussard 99, 196
Marnie Broussard 196
Betsy Brown 196
Daryl Brown 52, 78, 175
Diane Brown 59, 113, 127, 218
Dorothy Brown 218
Kent Brown 175
Marlo Brown 196
Ritchie Brown 196
Royce Brown 175
Bart Brownlee 175
Ronald Brumley 72, 75, 196
Anthony Brunelle 196
Mark Brunsdale 78, 85, 175
Buddy J, Bryant 175, 196
Matt Bryant 175
Renee M. Bubenheim 54, 56, 109, 175, 190
Dina A. Buchanan 175
Dale A. Buck 175
Michele M. Buckley 218
Sylvia Bueno 196
Robert H. Bugh 196
Gary F. Buker 94. 196
Jay F. Bullard 196
Denise M. Bultez 175
Kenneth R. Bumpous 84, 196
Debbie Bunch 114
Jamie Bunch 175
Michael J. Bunch 128, 129, 175
Mason Burbank 94, 196
Shawn Burbank 94, 196
Stephanie Burch 122, 175
Carri L. Burgess 175
Alex J Burhans 175
Lee C. Burk 218
Daniel R. Burkhart 218
Scott Burley 85, 175
Deanna D, Burns 175
Keven Burns 118, 175
Mike Burns 52, 218
Stephanie E. Burns 130
Jodie L. Bursch 218
Terry L. Burt 69, 120 175
Benjamin J, Busby 196
Tonya M, Busby 175
Stephen D. Bush 218
Charles F. Butler 118
Cristi A. Butler 99, 104, 140 196
Michael T. Butler 78, 175
Maria Buttafuocco 176
Kenneth Butters 196
Jennifer Button 176
Lori Buzard 135, 235
Guy Byers 196
Michael Bynum Jr. 118, 196
Kivi Byrne 218
Patrick J. Cahill 207
Graig A, Calhoun 196
Michael M, Calkins 219
Michael B, Cameron 196
Allison M. Campbelll96
Jennifer R, Campbell 176
Joseph P. Campbell 219
Michael J Campbell 60 78
Adohvh Campos 50 196
Luis Campos 196
Pedro Campos 196
Richard Campos 50 196, 88
Harry J, Camptell lll 66
J. J. Camptell 176
Greg Cannell 118, 176
Ed E. Cantrell 197
Tony Cantelope 176
Jeffrey S. Caputo 176
John A, Caputo 219
Desiree R. Carbone 176
James A. Carbone 197
Charles Card 176
Tommie Cardwell, Jr. 219
Brock Carlson 176
Sandra Carnes 176
Shawna Carpenter 176
Melody Carrawa y 176
Jacquetta Carrillo 219
David Carroll 197
Amy Carter 120 176
Carrie Carter 113, 176
Dana Carter 176
Mark Carter 176
Michael Carter 19 7
Thomas Carter 176
David Caruth 42, 108, 109, 110 219
Joseph Casey 68, 219
Keevin Castillo 94, 176
Nancy Castro 62, 135, 219
Michael Cave 176
Aaron Cayton 78, 176
Amelia Celeste 176
Mark Cesta 176
Mike Chalker 197
James Chambers 58, 59. 78, 219
Jeffrey Chandler 52, 197
Nancy Chandler 176
James Chapman, Ill 96, 120 197, 219
Jody Chapman 176
Mark Chapman 98, 121, 140 141, 219
Jerrison Charley 176
Carl Chartier 219
Kimberly Chase 134, 219
Patty Chase 197
Marc Chevalier 78, 176
Paul Chevalier 126
Janelle M. Chisholm 109, 112, 141, 197
Lorrie J, Chlarson 219
Ronald 11 Chmura 219
Shannon L, Choate 197
Ching M. Choi 219
Thomas E. Christian ll 197
Curtis G, Christensen 78, 219
Daniel R, Christian Jr. 176
Jennifer Christensen 98, 176
Kay L, Christensen 135, 149, 219
M. Todd '11 Christensen 78, 176
Victor L, Christensen ICB, 107, 214, 219
Todd Christer 176
Joseph S Christoff 85, 202
Gina N, Cinardo 197
Julie I Cirou 63, 98, 176
Aprile L. Clagaugh 135, 219
Beverly A, Clarich 150 219
Barbie Clark 104, 197
Brian N. Clark 74, 128, 146
Jeffrey E. Clark 197
Krista L. Clark 127, 176
Michelle L, Clark 65. 177
Patrick 11 Clark 50 220
Pugsley Clark 163
Terri L. Clark 1611 141, 220
Jeannette L. Clelland 17 7
Donna A. Clement 104, 105, 220
Stephen P. Clement 34, 177
William R, Clemons 58, 78, 17 7
Pepper C. Click 126, 220
Katrina A. Clifton 177
Caroly J. Cline 177
Melanie Cluff 99, 122, 197
Penny D. Cluff L20 193
Keith Cochran 118
Robert Cockrum 144, 220 88
Dawn Coe 94
Clint Coffe 177
Carri Coffman 177
Joann Collins 126, 220
Cheryl Collinsworth 134, 220
Jared Colohan 118, 220
Doug Conger 118
Leon Conn 98, 197
Eric Connolly 84, 197
Kara Conrad 177
Michael Conrad 177
Lane Cook 108, 220
Martina Cook 114, 116, 197
Tracy Cook 60 177
James Coon 220
Cami Cooper 116, 177
Kelly Cooper 197
J Ray Cooper 177
Michelle Cooper 116
Lorraine Cooper 177
Susan Cordon 220
Charletta Cornwell 76, 197
Ruth Cortez 177
Mary Coss 177
Carla Cottom 220
Robert Cottom 220
Julie Couchman 114, 116, 220
Raymond Coultrap 177
Rebecca Courter 56, 76, 109, 195, 197
Albert Coury 17 7
Jill Cowser 177
Kevin Cox 94
Greg Cozzi 197
Wayne Craig 220
Erin Cramer 120 177
William Cramer 60 78, 118, 197
Kevin Crance 127, 220
James Crandell I 77
Michael Crawford 52, l04,220
Denny Crespin l97
Nora Crespin I77
Denise Crofts I32, I33, l97
Lee Cruger l60
Kim Cruz I7 7
Laura Crowe l97
Kenneth Culler l7 7
Timothy Cummings 72 ,l4Q 220
Kyle Cummins 68, 69, IM, l07, 2l4, 220
Nathan Cundiff 220
Sandy Cureton I77
Jodie Currier 96, 220
Scott Currier 96, IO4, 220
Michael Daines IO4, II7, 220
Bill Dalton I3 7, 220
Phillip Dalton I 77
Rachel Dandrea 65, I78
Dale Dandurand 78, I97
Shannon Dandurand I34, 22l
James Daniels 3l, 68, I44, 22l
Gary Darst Jr. I78
Marni Davidson 62, 76, 87, I78
Richard Davidson l04, 22l
John Davila 22l
Debbie Davis 99, IO4, l4l, I97
Denise Davis 76, II5, l98
Timothy Davis 94, I78, I84
Burton Davisson l36, 22I
Kevin Dawe 78, I78
David Dawn IOS, lO9, l3l, l4Q l4L 22l
Ronald Day 69, I78
Lisa Dean 22l
Vince DeArmond I 78
Jason DeBus l98
Paula Debuysere II5, l98
Stephanie Decker II8, I78
Thomas DeClair I 78
Colleen DeCoto I78
Craig Dedrick 22l, 88
Linda Deeringwater 70 7l, II6, 22l
Sherry Degner II4
Ann Dejong 54, II6, l3l, I78, I90
Kelly Delaney I 78
David Del Carlo 22l
Lucia Delcol 73, l2Q l2l, I33, I78
Michael Delcol 72, 73, 74, I98
Kristopher Dennett l6l, I78, l98
Theresa Denowh 54, 76, I98
Scott DeRaad 84, I78
David Deuvall ll7, 22l
Joseph Devos 22l
Maryanne Di Bona 22l
Angela Dicken 76, II6, I78
Matthew Dickerson 5Q 22l
Brad Dickey I 78
Laura Dickman 90 22l
Randy Digesauldo l26, l98
Charles Dillard I 78
Timothy Dillard 6, 9, IO4, 22l
Melissa Dingman 94
Vicki Dobson 80 I78
Jimmie Dodd l98
Daniel Dodge 60
Dan Done 22l
Julie Dortman 22l
Dennis Dotson I78
Paul Doughty I78
Robert Doyle I78
Karla Drazil l98
Paul Dressel ll 7, I27, l4l, 22l
Peter Drozdowicz 82, I78
Sherri Drumm I 78
Sherry Drummond 22l
Daniel Dubek 78, 99
Brian Dubiel 50 22l, 88
Lisa Dudley I3 7, 22l
Todd Duffy 78
Lynda Dungy I 78
Cory Durfee I78
Jonathan Durfee 52, 78, I78
Ginger Durfee 99, l04
Virginia Durfee 22l
David Duvall ICXZ l4l
Ryan Duve 52, l04, 22l
Tricia Curtis I77
Leslie Daines 98, I7 7
Lisa M. Eager 98, ICX2 222
Yolanda Y. Easchief I78
Elizabeth D. East I78
Debbie Easterly II8, I78
Colette C. Eaton I78
Cherlena Eaves 56, l36, 222
Don B. Ebarb I78
Steven M Ebright 78, 95, I78
Jodi L. Edgmon l98
Lauri A. Edwards I56, l98
Leslie J. Egan I3 7, l40
Scott A. Eggen 72, 73, 74, 222
Allan M. Eichman I98
Timothy S, Elder l98
Mark G, Eley IO4, l98
Brent Elliott 94, l98
Terri Elsperger I78
Dana Ellsworth 222
Jon Ellsworth 99. IO4, 222
Tammy Elmer 52, l98
David Emenhiser 5Q I36
Jamie Emenhiser I32, I33, I98
Kendi Emenhiser 94, I78
Yvonne Emerson 222
Cheryl Emond l98, l20
Mario Encinas 222
Tanya English I78
Hal Engstrom 75, 222
Paula Enlow 9Q I78
Andrea Enos I34, 222
Rosa Enriquez I 78
R. C. Enterkin I78
Darrell Epps 562 51, i95
Cindy Erwin I78
Yvonne Escobar l98
Paul Espinoza l98
Erika Evans 36
Larry Evans 78
Lisa Evans 222
Crystal Everett I98
Iris Eyed I98
Anthony Falabella I 78
Kim Fallbeck I34
David Fancher I78
Carol Farnsworth lw, 222
Kelly Farnsworth I98
Sherri Farnsworth I78
Ty Farnsworth l98
Diane Freeman I78
Anthony Felix l98, 88
Nick Felix 28, II6, 222, 88
Mathew Felkins l98
Steven Ferguson 66, l98
Tony Fernandez I56, I98
Robert Ferrari II8, I 78
Debra Figueroa l99
Cynthia Finkbeiner 65, 222
Susan Finnefrock 222
Janet Fischer 222
John Fisher I78
Richard Flaherty I78
Bill Flake 34, IO4
Donna Fleming l79
Carrie Fletcher I34, I38, 222
Cha rmain Fletcher ll2. I33. I 79
Donna Fletcher ll8
Kathryn Flindt I63, l99
Shannon Flindt l79
Milan Flojutro I 79
Agustin Flores l99, 203
Budy Flores I 79
Inez Flores l99
Laura Flores 9Q l90
Antonio Flores Jr. I99
Donna Floyd 222
Sonja Foote 98, l79
Rob Ford l99
Paul Foster 222
Michael Fournier 222, 88
Brian Fowler 222
Rory Frantz l79
Karen Fraser 222
Kimberly Fraser I99
Andrea Fray 76, l30
Tylynne Frazee l99
Brian Frederick II8, 223
Jolie Frederickson II4, l2Q I3l, I79
Scott Free I79
Diane Freeman I78
Kaye Freeman IO4, ICB, l3l, 2l4, 223
Steven Freeman 223
Susan Freeman l36, 223
Sharalee Freestone l79
Thomas Freestone l99
Vic Frehley l99
Richard French II8
David Frisell 78, 223
Thomas Frost, Jr, l79
Tammy Fruchey l99
Hallie Fuller 223
Jennifer Fuller 99, l79
Patsy Fulwilder l3Q I79
Gary Funk 52, l79
Radahna Gagon l79
Aaron Garcia 52
Adelina Garcia l99
Alma Garcia I34, l35, 223
Chris Garcia l99
Elizabeth Garcia 9Q l34, 223
Elizabeth G. Garcia l99
German Garcia l99
Gregory Garcia l79
Jose Garcia 223
Pauline Garcia l99
Ray Garcia I27, I37, 223
Roger Garcia 56, 78, l99
Amy Gardner 59, 76, l79
James Gardner l4l, 223
John Gardner IOS, l99
Rick Gardner I27, 223
Susan Gardner l79
Dana Garland 223
Angeline Garrett l79
Janet Garrett l79
Roanne Garrett 223
Dalena Garsh ak I79
Andres Garza II8
William Gause I 79
Stephen Geib II8, l80
Edward Geiger 78, II4, 223
Lee Geller 98
Leon ard Geller l80
Missy Gentis l80 V
David Gerber l80
Polly Gerber 62, l4I, 223
Thomas Gerber 52, l99
Lourdez Gerda l99
Mary Geringer 96, l99
Stephanie Gerros I58, l99
Sarah Gesler l99
Tracy Giarriyyo l80
Erin Gibbons l80
James Giblin I56, I99
Steve Giebe 84
Donald Gilbert l80
Larry Gilbert 52, l80
Corey Gilliland IO4, l4I, I54, 223
Rocky Gintonio 74
Brian Glanding 223
Vic Girardi I26, 223
Roeun Gnim 74
Robert Goates l80
Angie Gober I99
Deanne Gofas l09, 223
Deborah Gofas 76, 98, IO9, l80
Adam Goff 60 78, l99
Christopher Goff 99 ll2 l20 l
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Mathew Goff l56
Barbara Goins l80
Christena L, Golembiewski l80
Wendy l. Golie 223
Gilbert A. Gomez l36, 223
Apolonio R. Gonzales l99
Donny G. Gonzales 78, l80
Diana Gonzalez l80
Maria Theresa I Gonzales 94.
Robbie Gonzales 58, 78
Dawn R. Goodreau l99
Gordon E. Goodridge l80
Leah N. Goold l99
Matt Gordon 223
Susan Gordon I3 7
Barbara Graham l2Q l80
Celeste Graham l99
Christina Graham l80
Reed Graham l80
Joseph Granio l99
Charles Grant l29,l80
Danny Grant 224
Timothy Grant l80
John Green ll8
Myrna Green l08
Tifney Green ll3, 224
Suzanne Greene l99
Angela Greenway 36, II2, l80
Kerry Grenier l80
Lynn Grey 224
Bryan Griffith 224
Brent Griffiths l2Q l80
Helen Griffiths l99
Marie Griffiths 76
Michael Griner 78, 207
Lisa Griseto l80
Beverly Groff 8 7, l80
Jeri Gross 63, 87, l80
Jerry Grubbs 72
Guadalupe Guevara I34, 224
Jim Guidry 73
Michelle Guidry I80
Amber Guinn I95
Nathan Guinn I63, 224
Bitsy Gumz 7l, 87, ISO
Christina Gumm l80
Alison Gunnell 2617
Kimberly Gunnell 224
Rebecca Gumz 7l
Timothy Gunn ISO
Jo Guraleczka 2617
Rhonda Gurr 224
Jennifer gutherie 7l, 98, I30
Phillip Guthrie 2617
Raquel Gutierrez l80
Lisa Haack 207
William Haare I80
Serena Haaseth 207
Christopher Haddad 34, l3I, I39, 224
Jill Hagara 2617
Wendy Hahn 224
Richard Hale 2617
Steven Hales 202
Robyn Hallet l80
Sandra Hall 26D
Kelly Hall KPrickettQ 7I, l3l, I462 207
Kelly Hallett 262 IO4, l4I. I54
Lydia Halliburton 224
Amy Halverson 962 99 224
Catherine Halverson 962 I262 I80
Mary Halvorsen l80
Tracy Halvorsen 207
Karin Hamilton ICX2 II6, ISI
Lona Hamilton ISI
Shaun Hamilton 68, 2617
Ruth Hammond 54, 56, 76, ISI
Sally Hammes II4, 207
Sheri Hancock II4, I4I, 202
Tamela Hancock ISI
Tracy Hancock I34, 224
Mary Hannum I09, 207
Lars Hansen 75, 2w
James Happ IOS, I09, III, 207
Gregory Hardy 2670
Donald Hargrave I8l
Craig Harman 224
Danean Harper 224
Debra Harper ISI
Denna Harper ISI
Joe Harper ISI
Leah Harper I35, I4S, I68, 224
Todd Harper ISI
Heather Harris 96, I262 ISI
Jeff Harris I54
Kristeen Harris 54, 76, II7, I58, ISI
Michelle Harris 56, 76, S6, 87, 224
Mike Harris ll3, ISI
Richard Harris 98, ISI
Lynda Harrison 2617
Vicki Harrison 63, ISI
Anthony Hart 202
Scott Harleberd 224
Stuart Hartvikson 54, I262 2612 202
Carlo Harvey ISI
Steve Harver 2617
Jody Harwell IIS, 207
Kumi Hasegawh I32, I33, 202
Mike Hawk 207
Cynthia Hawkins 224
Tiffany Hawkins I362 20?
Marcia Haws II3, I462 207
Kristine Hayes l8I
Darrin Hayes ISI
Robert Hayes ISI
Marianne Hayne 86
Jeff Haynes 662 ISI
Melissa Haynes 207
Brett Haynie l8l
Timothy Hays 224
Mary Heaklin 202
Lee Heath II7, 207
Suzette Hebert I 75, 2617
Barry Hedges 99, 2617
Loreena Hedrick 224
Holly Heitz 2617
Anna Heitzman 224
Bridget Heitzman ISI
Cindy Helliker 65, 2617
Christine Hellner ISI
Kelly Helmbreck ISI
Lisa Helms ISI
Amy Henderson I35, 224
Amy Hendrickson I8I
Albert Hendrieth 78, lw
Cris Henline I93
Melissa Henry ISI
Shelly Henry II4, I46, ISI
John Herbig 207
Alex Hernandez ISI
Anthony Hernandez 2617
Christina Hernandez 2617
Elisa Hernandez 207
Julio Hernandez 2617
Patricia Hernandez 224
Pearl Hernandez ISI
Thomas Hershey I262 207
Jeffrey Hershauer 74, S2, ISI
Jim Hesson 225
Sandra Hester 76, 225
Heidi Hetherington II4, 225
Diane Heywood 58, 59, 662 6l, 76
Johnathon Heywood 58, IO4, I462 I54
Kimberly Heywood 20?
Mark Heywood 662 78, 84, I05 ,I94, 207
Maria Hibbets ISI
Audrey Hicks 862 202
Carlos Hidalgo 75, 225
Michael Hinitt 2612
A yuni Hino I32
Paula Hinshaw 207
Sherri Hinton II8, 2617
Da vid Hippen 207
Douglas Hobbs 58, 59, 662 6I7S, 225
Michele Hobso 207
Caryn Hochgraef 54, I06, I94, 20
Allen Hodge 562 225
Terence Hodges 562 5I, 225
Holly Hogg I05, I462 20
David Holady 82, 83, 225
Jessica Holcomb I8I
Pennirae Holloway 20
Becky Holmes 20
Diane Holt 20
Jodi Holzhauer I20 ISI
John Horneman I0, I20
Susanne Horneman 20
Stephanie Houghton ISI
Shawn Householder I04, 225
Trevan Householder 78, ISI
Lisa Howard 59, 76, 20
Rachel Howard I30
Gary Howe IS2
Randi Howell 20
Rebecca How ell l58, I82
Richard Hudson 225
Kevin Huffstutler IIS
Benhamin Hufnagel 82, I82
Amber Hughes 20
Amie Hughes I34, 225
Darren Hughes I82
Liz Hughes 20I
Eric Hultberg 225
Liza Hultberg59, 20
Karl Huish 32, 69, I82
Jefferey Hulseweh 75, I82
Beth Humbert 225
Kari Hunt 62, 225
Lee Hunt I82
Michaline Hunt 62, Il5, 20
David Hunter 20
Norman Hunter 20
Michael Hustad 75
Anna Hutman 99
Kyle lde IS2
Eileen L. llicin 225
Robert C, Isaacs 85
Lisa Jabs I68, 20
Jennifer Jacka 20
Suzanne Jacks 28, 35, 20
Jill Jackson 38, 43, 62, 76, IO9, 225
Koleen Jackson 98, IS2
John Jacobs 20
Robert Jacot 68, 20
Jerome Jacot 20
David James I82
Veronica James I30
Christopher T Jantz 24, i462 20I
Tonya Janusz IS2
Fernando Jaramillo I82
Raquel Jaramillo I27, IS2
Nanette Jaramillo 20
Kevin Jarvis 225
Michele Jarvis 20
Sonia Jauregui I68, IS2
Laurel Jefferson I82
Lawrence Jefferson 225
Karen Jeffery I82
Kristin Jekel 225
Greg Jerkens 205
Jolin Jensen I82
Steven Jensen 75, I262 225
Thayne Jensen I82
Robert Jewel 226
Jamie Jiles I82
Martin Jiles 20
Colleen Jim I30
Jimmie Jimenez I4C2 20
Maria Jimenez I82
Ma yleene Jimenez 226
Mary Jimenez II3, I262 I82
Donelle Joesten 20
Tracey Johansen 94, I262 226
Calvin Johnson 74
Christopher Johnson 78, 20
Gale Johnson 226
Heidi Johnson 20
John Johnson 78, 20
Julie Johnson I462 20
Kyle Johnson I82
Kraig Johnson 226
Laura Johnson 63, I82
Mark Johnson 226
Matthew Johnson I82
Shandora Johnson II2, 202
Tracy Johnson 3l
Karen Johnston 36, 39, 43, 62,
Polly Johnston 59, 76, iw, I42,
Michelle Joiner 202
Lisa Jolly I22, 226
Alonzo Jones 226
Andrea Jones 226
David Jones 202
Lisa Jones 225
Kenneth Jones 226
Robert Jones 202
Thomas Jones I35, 226
Traci Jones 202
Troy Jones IIS, 202
Rusty Jordan IS2
Melissa M. Judd IS2
Sean C. Julian 202
Michael Kagel 87,226
Michelle Kagel I82
Juliet Kaluzniacki 7I, II6, I82
Clayton Kaminski 52
Melissa Kaminski 98, 202
Suzanne Kaminski I04, 202
Lane Kamp I82
Dean Kamus 202
Dean Kanocz 226
Michael Kanoy 84, 226
Brenda Karlinsey 99, 226
Tami Karagas II7, I262 IS2
Angie Kasson 202
Klinton Kauakahi 202
Curtis Kessler 68, 202
Amy Kellerman I82
Kristen Kelley 99, 202
Laura Kelly 202
Shadrin Kelly 202
Patrick King 202
Trevor King I93
Sally Kingsbury I63, I68, 202
Tim Kinney 82
Julie K ipper I83
Brian Kirchgassner 227
Pamela K irchgassner I83
Faith Anne Kirkham 202
Colleen Kirkpatrick 86, 962 I262 l83
Dawn Kirkpatrick SQ 86, 227
Shannon Kirkpatrick 862 86, 227
Robin Kleinman 202
John Klepinger 95, 227
Jay Klepinger I54
Barbara Kline 202
Joe Kline 202
Jon Klingenberg IS3
Kurt Klinger 227
Paula Kelsey 54, I82
Dianne Kennedy S62 S6, l462 226
Julie Kennedy I20
Ragan Kennedy IS2
Denise Kenney 59, 862 I82
Julie Kenney IS2
Timothy Kenney l4C2 202
Paul Kepler 56
Douglas Keran I82
Theresa Kereluk 56, IS3
Billy Kerr 226, 88
Sandra Kerr IS3
David Keys 226
Raymond Kieffer 227
Ronald Kieffer S5, 202
Janeen K iene 202
Timothy Kimball 227
William Kinch 56, 227
Auburn King 96, II2, I83
Destiny King 7I, I30 202
Krister Knapp 227
Carmen Knight 202, 227
Melissa Knipstine I83
Donna Knoer 94, I83
Doug Koch 202
Laura Koch I83
Daniel Kochheiser I83
Michael Koenig I83
Dianne Koesser 36, 202
John Konchan 227
Todd Kosser I83
Anthony Korman 72, 74, 75, 203
Scott Kos IO4, 203
Jerry Kosiski 75
Troy Kotsur 69, I83
Dotty Koughn 203
Mark Kovara 227
Tom Kowalczyk 66, I83
Jill Krajnyak 90 203
Amy Kramer 80 I20 I83
Diane Kranich 54, 76, I83
Amy Kretschmex 203
Kenneth Kroll 203
James Krombholz ll0 203, 205
Kim Krombholz II2
John Kross 72, 82, I4l, 203
Biliana Krstic 227
Kevin J. Kugler 203
Jim Kulla 69
Dan Kuntz 75
Mary C Kuhse 80 227
William P. Kurnik II8, 203
Michael A. Kuzara 203
Susan R. Kwan l3l, I3, I38, l4l, I44, 203
Lawrence B. K yrala 98, I20 203
Stacy Lacombe 31, 32, I08, 227
Kim Lagman I83
Leif Lake I83
Sandra Lamoreauz IO4, l05, 227
Charles Lancaster 34, II7, I38, 227
Lucinda Landin 203
William Landry II7, 227
Robert Lane I83
Shelly Lane 203
Shon Laney 58, II3
Stephan Laney IO9, II3
Bobbie Lang 203
Thomas Langdon, Jr. I34, 227
Lisa Lange I36, 227
Derek Large I83
James La Rosa 203
Brent Larson 203
John Larsen ll 50 78, 228
Lee Larson I56, I83
Zella Larson IO9, 228
Mark Lascala 203
Jason Lashley I83
Lisa Latulippe II4
Diane Latt I37
Lisa A. Latulippe 99, 228
Stephan Lautt 78, I83
Rebecca Laux I83
Celeste Lavender I4I, I68, 228
Marcelle Lavender 54. 76, 8 7, I83
Delmar Layton I83
Kimball Layton 94, I56
Brent Leavitt 78, I28, l29, I83
Kelly Leavitt I83
Suzanne Leavitt 228
Cassandra Lee 34, ICE, IO8, II2, II4, I32, 228
Harrison Lee 50 78
Lisa Lee 203
Caru Leftwich l26
Rebecca Legg 7l, 86, I83
Craig Leiber 68, 228
Mark Leiber II8
Jane Lenard 228
Tom Lenhardt II8, I83
Sean D, Leon I83
Ben J Leonard 94, I83
Dennis .L Leonard I30
Terisa A. Leonard I30
Angela R. Lepper I83
Stacy R. Lepper 228
Verity E. Lerman 43, I83
Kimberly M. Lesko I27
Shelly Les Perance 203
Holly A. Lesueur 98, I83
Kenneth R. Lesueur 75, 78, l08, 228
Kurt R. Leverson I83
Tracey A. Leverson 65, 80 I20 I40 203
Daniel C, Lewis 78, I83
Delton L. Lewis I83
Douglas C. Lewis 50
Forest E. Lewis 228
Jennifer K. Lewis 203
Lona Lewis I34, 228
Richard Lewis 203
Thomas Lewis 99, 203
Robert Leyva I83
Chou Lie I20
Mark Lieber I83
Michelle Lindblom 98, I83
Wendi Lindblom 98, 203
Kerri Linde 64, 65, 70 99, I4l, 228
Kenneth Lindler I83
Han Linh 203
Mason Lines KX5, IO7, I83
Dawn Lisonbee I83
April Little I36, 228
Danny Little 60
Dellard Littlecharley I83
Chou Liu II7, I76
Mary Loftus 62, 86, 228
Calvin Loggins 203
Phillip Loggins 228
Molly Logue 98, I83
Erik Lohne 99, 228
Kirsten Lohne 99. 203
Armand Lombard 95, II7, I40 203
Christa Lombardo 64, 65, 76, 228
Brenda Long I3 7, 228
Nancy Long 203
Jeannette Longman 228
Sean Lookhart II8, 203
Anjeanette Lopez I84
Dolores Lopez l6l, 203
Shelley Lopez I84
Diane Lott I3 7, 228
Paul Lounge I84
Tish Lowery I3 7
Penney Lowmske I84
Susan Lows II6, I40 203
Frank Lucas I84
Mark Lucas I84
Benjamin Lucero 52, 203
Cynthia Lujan 70 203
Michael Lujan I84
Gary Luna 203
A ysha Lund I84
Candy Lynn 76, l30
Christopher Lynn I30 I84
Scott Lyon II2, I3l, 204
Kenneth L ytle 6l, 74, 78, II6, 204
James L. Maas 229
Jimmy Mac Caslin 204
Duane S. Mac Donald I84
Virginia A. Mack 229
Rick Madison I84
Andrea L. Magallanez 86, 8 7. II6, 204
Marina A. Magallanez 7I, 87, II6, I84
Raymond T. Magana II6, I84
Milton Maga I84
Karen Mahan l29, 229
Shawn Mahan I29
Twana S. Mahan 229
David E. Main I35, I84
David L. Main I35, 229
Robyn Maislin I52
Sherri L. Make 229
Neil E. Makil 52, 78, I84
Pamela M. Makil I84
Russell W. Mallett 50 229
Kevin J. Malone 204
Dwight Mann 204
Jeffrey Manring 82, I84
Wayne Manske 204
William Maples 204
Marci Marand I76
Larry Marble 99, 204
Dan Marcello 52
Robert Marchand 229
Larry Marcum I84
Tony Marion 204
David Marion 204
Matthew Mariotti 204
Mark Maritano 204
Troy Marley 78, 204
Christine Marlowe 204
Jody Marquard 229
Troy Marquard I84
Jimmy Marquez 229, I35
Jesse Marroquin 78, I84
Brent Marshall 229
Jack Marshall 204
John Marshall II3, II4, 229
Karen Marshall II7, 204
Marci Marshall I3 7, 229
Donald Martenies 204
Deborah Martin 204
Sean Martin I84
Troy Martin 204
David Martinez 52, I04
Marcella Martinez 204
Sylvia Martinez 204
Wally Martinez 50 229
Brian Mason 66, I84
Ivory Mason l30
John Mason I84
Kacy Massey 204
William Mast I05, IO7, I42, 229
James Mathis l50
Kenie Mathis I26
Cheryl Maxwell I84
Charlie Mc Afoose I84
Jeffery Mcatee 66, 204
John Mcatee 229
Melanie McCain I20 204
Kathleen McCallum 204
Rhonda McCardie 94, I84
Kelly McClain I84
Lisa McComas I35, 229
Jeff McCord 204
Jan McCormick II8, I84
Kelly McCormick 204
Thomas McCormick 230
Michelle McDermotts 76, 87, I84
Danny McDonald I84
Douglas McDonald 204
Duane MacDonald 85
Holly McDonald I84
Scott McDonald 204, 230
Michael McDough 230
Stepheny McGIothlin I84
Phoebe McGIynn 204
Christina McGrath I, l40 204
Darrell McGrath 204
Elizabeth McGrath I84
Kimberly McGrath 230
Kresten McGrath 82, 98, I84
M7Cay McGrath 3l, 68, 69, 78, 230
Robert McGrath 204
Joan McKenry ICB, II2, I20 I38, I40 204
Krystal Mclnelly 230
Doug McKeever 230
Lisa McKelIips 98, I84
Lora McKeIlips 230
Jim McKelvey I84
Rebecca McKinney I84
Kristi McKinnon I85
Stacey McKinster 58, 59, 60 6I, 204
Bridget McKown 230
Robert McLain 204
Amy McLelland I84
Karri McMahon IO4, 204
Brenda McMaster 230
Beth McMichael II6, II7, I20 l4l, 204
Donna McMichael I85
Karen McMillan 204
Arthur McNair 34, IO4, l05, II7, I20 l4l, 230
Allisha McNally I85
Yvonne McPhee l30
Tammy McQueen I85
Karen McOuitty 56. 76, IO9, l3I, I77, I85
Kristin McOuitty 24, IO8, IO9, II2, II7, I3I, I40 204
Tracy Meacham 230
Angela Medina I85
Dave Medley II3
Tracy Meechan ll5
Melinda Meeker I85
Angel Mejia I85
Carla Melcher 230
Mark Meldrum 58, 78, 230
Robert Mellinger 204
Bret Mellott 52, I85
Stephen Mellott II4, II8, 230
Craig Menden 8l, 83, 230
Marc Menden 69, I85
Diana Mendoza II6, 204
Jeff Mendoza 230
Angela Menzel 230
Zenaida Meraz I85
Stacey Merkel 230
Gary Merrel 78
Clyde Merrill I85
Elizabeth Merrill 204
Geoffrey Merrill 204
Linda Merrill 204
Doug Merritt 230
Daniel Mesa 204
David Mesa I85
Penney Messer I85
Christi-Ann Mester I85
Del Mester 204
Mitchell Metcalfe 230
Jill Meyer 70 205
Kevin Meyer 69, I85
Doug Meyers II8
Ruth Meyers 99, II6, I20 I40 205
Mike Meyoskey I85
Danny Michon 231
Patricia Michon 205
Joseph Midler 185
Caren Mikesh 185
Susan Mikesh 231
Michelle Miles 205
Dan Miller 205
Edward Miller 205
George Miller 52, 185
Jean Miller 1611 205
Kelly Miller 59, 141, 205
Michael Miller 128
Patricia Miller 76
Shawn Miller 205
Tony Miller 185
Janell Millican 185
Laura Mills 76, 109, 205
Tammy Mink 185
Caroline Mirana 185
Jorge Miranda 205
Marisela Miranda 185
Barry Mitchell 185
Laura Mitchell 185
Lillianne Mitchell 185
Charles Moler 152, 185
Percy Mollette 126
Pat Mondount 185
Tom Mondragon 60
Jennifer Montague 99, 16, 140 205
Amelia Montes 185
Alex Montgomery 118, 185
Donna Montgomery 231
Jackie Montgomery, Jr. 185
Lisa Monville 205
Perry Moolett 78
Cole W. Mooney, 185
Aaron Moore 52
Carolyn Moore 59, 60 76
Victor R. Moreno 205
Elizabeth Morgan 137, 231
Lisa A. Morgan 205
Stacey R. Morgan 205
Becky Morris 231
Kenneth D. Morris 74, 185
Kurt Morris 205
Robert T. Morris 66, 205
Shannon L. Morrison 116, 120 180 185
Joy Morse 205
Katy S. Morse 99, 231
Layne W. Mortensen 50 205
Marianne Mortensen 205
Dennis Morton 117, 141, 136, 231
John Morton 205
Michelle Morton 185
Russell Morton 231
Roger Moss 52, 186
John Motis 186
Glen Mounts 39, 54, 82, 231
Lineva Moyer 94, 186
Kory Moyers 113, 231
Michelle Much 205
Vinginia Mulford 134, 231
Kelly Mullenaux 186
Kristy Mullenaux 186
Laura Mullenix 231
Traci Mullenix 205
Diane Mullins 62, 231
Matthew Murawski 205
Cassandra Murphy 186
Christian Murphy 231
Wendy Murray 205
Mercedes Murrietta 231
John Muth 52, 186
Donald Myers 39, 108, 110 116, 132, 140 231
Alexander H. Navarro 205
David A. Navarro 116, 205
Mary E. Neel 99, 231
Joyce D. Neely 39, 108, 141, 165, 231
Lana Neely 205
Holly A, Negarrd 205
David S. Neil 205
Jana D. Neil 122, 231
Mike Neisinger 186
Helena Nerell 16, 120 232
Sherrie Nelson 127, 231
Thomas M. Nelson 231
Todd A, Nelson 231
Jack Nequatewa 186
Helena Nerell 121, 132
Connie M. Nevin 54, 70 86, 205
Michelle L, Newkirk 186
Joy L, Newton 232
Tony K, Newton 26
Binh Nguyea 232
Ngoc Nguyen 114
Kent M. Nicholas 30 31, 54, 16, 140 142
Steve Myers 205
Tony G. Natividad 205
Kristine Nichols 134, 232
Leon Nichols 84, 163, 232
Ann Niebch 54
Keith Nielson 186
Kristen Nielson 65, 114, 186
Patricia Nielson 99, 16, 232
Zena Nilea 232
Dale Noble 50 51, 78, 26
Laura Noland 232
Ann Nonner 26
Chrysta Nooyen 136, 232
Rich Norcott 88
Rhonda Norcott 232
Lorie Nordness 186
Ken Norris 82
Marie Norley 141, 232
Ben North 186
Monica Northan 232
Somsri Novak 75
Aralynn Nowack 65, 87, 26
Anita Nuland 141, 232
Duane Numkena 58, 59, 78, 186
Riesa Nunes 186
Denise Nunez 99, 120 26
Dora Lisa Nunez 186
Binh Nuygun 75
David Ochoa 52, 186
Mike Ochoa 186
Rhea Ochoa 186
Sandra Ochoa 232
Brandi Ochocki 26
Amy O'Connor 120 186
Timothy O'Connor 120 165, 26
Lupe Olivas 26
Barbara Oliver 118, 232
Joe Oliver 186
D. J. Oliver, Jr. 26
Michael Olmstead, Ill 26
Laurie Olson 98, 116, 186
Mark Olson 186
Steve Olson 26
Todd Olson 186
Traci Olson 26
Judity Oltmann 134, 232
Charlene Opie 26
Jody Opie 94, 186
Tina O'Conne11 186
Tim O'Connor 121, 165
James ODonnel124, 25, 39, 109, 113, 120 232
Kirk O' Hara 165, 186
Kevin O'Ma11ey 26
June Orduno 186
Vicente Orduno 26
Michelle Ortiz 76, 127, 26
Andria Orr 39, 99, 108, 110 111, 116, 141, 232
McKinley Orr 58. 59, 78, 232
Rachel Ortiz 70 127, 232
George Orwell 154
Lawrence Osborn 78, 118, 26
John Ose 98, 141, 26
Babak Osskolai 26
Sharon Osuch 109, 111, 141, 26
David Otto 186
Racheal Pablo 26
Sherry Padgett 186
Ladawn Palmer 99, 26
Lisa Palmer 186
Lisa Paloma 114
Amy Park 232
Patrick Parker 26
Lori Parr 186
Tamara Passey 76, 26
Matthew Paulk 186
Sarah Pauzus 186, 232
Tina Pauzus 232
Racquel Pavey 26
Tracy Pawlass 26
Chris Payne 186
Gregory Payne 232
Paul Peck 26
Leo Pedersen, Ill 233
Myron Pedersen 26
Yolanda Pedro 186
Joyce Peel 207
Arthur Pena 233
Donald Pena 187
Rachel Pena 114, 207
Renee Pena 187
Kathleen Pepera 98, 233
Lora Pepera 18 7
Christina Perez 18 7
Ronald Perkins 60 78, 207
Michelle Perysian 98, 99, 116, 140 207
Duane Peters 207
Mickael Peters 18 7
Michelle Petersen 90 18 7
Annette Peterson 63, 18 7
Bradley Peterson 27
Darren Peterson 233
Preston Peterson 85, 18 7
Shawn Peterson 50 141, 207
Terry Peterson 207
Tom Peterson 156
Monalisa Petreus 118, 156, 207
Robert Petrie 52, 187
Robert Petty 138
Lynn Pisula 233
Wendy Pitkin 65, 207
Jeffrey Pitt 18 7
Stephen Pitt 207
Valerie Pitt 122, 140 233
Jared Pitts 207
Michelle Pitts 18 7
Robin Pitts 98, 18 7
Michael Ploughe 18 7
Amy Plumb 62, 235
Vern Plumb 135, 233
Kenneth Porr 113, 118, 233
Raquel Porras 187
Christy Porter 98, 18 7
Lauri Porter 170 233
Lloyd Porter 233
Mark Porter 52, 18 7
Suzanne Porter 99, 207
Nicholas Portillo 205, 207
Christy Poter 98
Craig Poturalski 207
Randy Poulson 233
Steve Powell 187
Ryan Prather 135, 233
Roy Pribble 18 7
Tawnya Price 98
Vanessa Price 207
Karen Prince 126, 233
Yolanda Prince 13 7
David Pritchard 207
Stephanie Puckett 120 140 207
Bryan Puetz 207
Holly Pughe 207
Richard Puls 161, 18 7
Marc Pulsifer 207
Melissa Purner 63, 18 7
Shannon Quindry 18 7
Eric Quinn 78, 108
Roseanne Quinn 187
Chris Quintana 208
Joel Quinteros 208
Jeffrey Rabe 208
Tamra Radcliff 65, 234
Rene Rains 18 7
Ramey Rahwh 18 7
Richard Ramirez 78, 116
Rogelio Ramirez, Jr. 127
Luz Ramos 109, 208
Maria Ramos 120 187
Anne Ramsey 234
Tammy Rancliff 65
Brett Randall 18 7
Clayton Randall 50 208
David Randolph 78, 208
Chris Ratliff 74
Gordon Ray 50 234
Ramona Ray 208
Patricia Raymond 208
Richard Rebenstorf 56, 78, 187
Micael Rechichar 234
Craig Redsteer 208
Eric Reed 188
Lisa Reeves 76, 188
Mark Reeves 140 234
Dana Reich 109. 140 208
Peggie Reid 208
Samuel Reidhead 84, 208, 234
Susan Reidhead 62, 76, 104, 105, 116, 234
Shannon Reina 130
Phillip Reining 173, 188
Ronald Reisig 146, 234
James Renahan 208
Cynthia Reyes 188
Renee Reyes 168
John Reynolds 98, 188
Marty Reynolds 208
Scott Reynold.: 69, 117, 188
Courtney Rhoades 98, 188
Tyler Rhoades 82, 234
Christophor Rich 78, 95, 188
Whitney Richards 34, ICX2 139, 208
Darla Richardson 98, 188
Jana Richardson 188
Randy Richardson 72, 88
Kristen Richins 188
Lisa Richmond 188
Michael Rick 208
Shannon Rider 208
Tony Rider 208
Christina Riena 188
Leigh Riese 84, 183
Brent Riess 208
Loretta Riggs 188
Teresa Riggs 208
Natalie Riggs 234
Juliana Rivera 120 122, 132, 141, 208
Manuel Rivera 234
Samuel Roberson 234
Delana Roberts 13 7, 234
Heather Roberts 94, 208
Linda Roberts 120 161, 188
Richard Roberts 50 78, 131, 140 141,
Stanley Roberts 208
Trisha Roberts 94, 188
Gregory Robinson 188
Jeffrey Robinson 104, 234
Lori Robinson 134, 234
Sam Robinson 56
Caryn Robson 1612 120 141, 234
Geneva Rochester 188
Bob Rock 118
Daniel Rodgers 188
Adrean Rodriguez 208
Carolina Rodriguez 62, 63, 234
Daniel Rodriguez 188
Denise Rodriguez 188
Joaquin Rodriguez 188
Martin Rodriguez 188
Terry Rodriguez 234
Yvonne Rodriguez 59, 76, 208
James Roe 78, 188
Lance Roederer 98, 234
Gnim Roeun 208
Brent Rogers 126, 234
Jarene Rogers 98, 188
Kevin Rogers 188
Wendy Rogers 113, 208
Mike Rohnman 209
Heather Roland 188
Andrew Rollins 141, 209
Marc Rolnick 188
Cathy Romeo 209
Daniel Roosevelt 662 78, 209
Vicki Rose 209
Hunter Rotchstein 209
Leatha Roundtree 76, 130 235
Louis Roundtree 99, 209
Sean Roundtree 78, 130 188
Heather Roundy 63, 71, 188
Justin Rouse 130 209
Virginia Roland 235
James Rowe 84
Lynette Rowley 94, 188
Sheila Rowley 98, 188
Robert Ruck 209
Hector Ruiz 66, 188
Robert Ruiz 235
Sharon Russell 13 7, 235
Michelle Russo 75, 82, 83, 209
Carol Rutherford 54, 76, 235
Justin Ryan 209
Sharon Ryan 135, 235
Matthew Sackett 188
Joseph Sage 209
Tom Salada 60
Gloria Salazar 170
Thomas Saldana 60 188
Clarin Saline 165, 209 -
Aurora Sanchez 209
Gloria Sanchez 114, 127
Noel Sanchez 188
Ramiro Sanchez 188
Christine Sanders 188
Monica Sansort 209
John Santagata 36, 152, 170 209
Cynthia Santoya 235
Laurie Sapp 116, 117, 141, 209
Michalle Sapp 188
Charles Saucedo 126, 188
Lisa Savage 188
Charles Savcedo 94
Steven Scally 34, 94, 138, 235
Christopher Scannell 188
Patrick Schabel 31, 50, 235
Jennifer Schaefer 209
Christopher Schaffer 188
Laura Schaffer 90 135, 235
Mark Schneider 52, 188
Carol Scheidt 235
Cindy Schem 76
Cynthia Schern 98, 99, 209
Dawn Schilling 63, 188
Daniel Schindele 82. 120 141, 209
Trina Schipal 118
Carolyn Schlechty 235
Daniel Schmid 78, 117, 141, 235
Laura Schmid 188
Melissa Schoenstein 109, 111, 117, 209
Tammy Schriner 209
Misty Schultz 98, 188
Keith Schulz 75, 1462 209
Dennis Schumacher 209
Daniel Schmid 235
Martin Schurz 235
Brenda Schwan 209
Stephen Schwartz 209
Susan Schwartz 54, 76, 188
Gregg Scoresby 56
Matthew Scoresby 141, 209
Lois Scotford 209
Corey Scott 108, 109
Jason Scott 209
Shannon Scott 189
Shane Scott 235
Thomas Scully 98, 235
Karen Seagrave 86, 209
Aaron Seaman 118, 209
Geniel Seaman 95, 189
Jared Seaman 118. 235
Eric Secrist 209
James Seeger 94, 189
Jennifer Seeger 189
Kevin Seepie 189
Jay Seifert 189
Charles Selby 235
Dale Senn 235
Joan Sennett 109, 141, 209
Rachel Sesate 235
Jeffrey Setlow 43, 82, 83, 104, 120 121
Carol Setnicky 189
Shawntel Setree 189
Teresa Sewell 209
Mark Shafer 75, 109, 189
Kirsten Shahan 210
Julie Shain 98, 198
Amy Shaffer 137, 236
Aaron Shapiro 210
Russell Shark 120 210
Walter Sharp 210
Rebecca Sha 59, 76, 189
Steven Shaw 189
David Shearer 210
Myra Shelley 189
Jefferey Setlow 236
Dannis Shepherd 1612 104, 122, 138,
Tregoney Shepherd 94, 138, 189
Richard Sherman 118, 236
Robert Sherman 56, 210
Eva Shihady 236
Dand Shill ICB, 131, 142, 236
Kristen Shill 98, 189
Sally Shill 189
Teresa Shingledecker 236
Miromi Shinonura 35, 108, 132
Don Shipman 210
Shannon Shires 126
Glenn Showers 236, 88
Maria Showers 210
Gary Shrader 189
Janette Shrader 134, 236
Lisa Shumann 236
Amber Shumar 189
David Shumucci 210
Marc Shumway 78, 210
Vicky Shumway 189
Jan Siefker 115, 210
Jean Siefker 115, 210
Gregory Sihler 118, 236
Nellie Silversmith 210
Connie Simmons 236
Martin Simmons 52, 189
Michael Simmons 210
Teresa Simmons 189
Bart Simonton 189
Laura Siqueiros 120 189
Kerry Skelton 189
Eric Skinner 236
Scott Skinner 50 130
Russ Skouson 189
Michelle Skupien 114, 118, 189
Corry Slama 236
Jerrel Slinkard 68, 236
Robert Sliskovich 128 146
Brenda Slone 118
Roger Small 210
Angela Smalley 210
Earl Smith 118
Brent Smith 118, 210
Danny Smith 189
Darin Dmith 189
Gerald Smith 133, 189
Kathey Smith 59, 190
Loren Smith 190
Mitch Smith 190
Paula Smith 190
Roger Smith 210
Sheila Smith 190
Tamara Smith 190
Teresa Smith 236
Tyna Smith 190
Leroy Smith Smith 78
Sheila Smolinski 210
Christina Smothermon 210
Jon Snider 141, 210
Lynnda Snow 190
Cheri Snyder 190
Robert Snyder 210
Stacey Solomon 190
Todd Solomon 78, 190
Michele Soltis 96, 236
Karla Sorensen 76, 210
Leann Sorenson 62, 86, 210
Sean Sorenson 236
Sheri Jo Sorenson 98, 190
Dawn Sothard 190
Roxane Soucy 120 190
Michael Southworth 236
Paul Sowards 6, 23, 114, 131, 141
Diana Soya 210
John Soza 190
Melissa Soza 122, 141, 236
Tom Spaw 210
Thomas Speece 135, 236
Heather Spicer 236
Greg Spoon 236
Craig Spoon 136
Joseph Sprietsma 50 78, 210
April Springall 190
David Spuhler 82, 210
Tre vor Stadler 190
Christina Stafford 62, 190
Michelle Stallings 135, 237
Anna Starns 126, 23 7
Jeff Starling 85
Gregory Stangis 210
Isabelle Stanier ICX5, 120 132
Carla Stapf 210
Michelle Steadman 190
Lisa Steen 210
Serina Stein 190
Shannon Steinhert 24, 190
Holly Stephens 190
Sheri Stepp 190
Steven Stern 78, 190
Christine Stevens 237
Jimmy Stevens 66, 210
Andrew Stewart 60 78, 108, 237
Brian Stewart 95, 120 210
James Stewart 210
Leanna Stewart 30 31, 217
Sundee Stewart 210
Joyce Stimson 190
Lloyd Stites 60 210
Michelle Stites 237
Derrill Stock 126, 237
Ember Stokes 99, 210
Jeffery Storing 23 7
Dennis Storing 237
Misty Stowe 59, 60 76, 190
Gregory Straface 190
Leanna Streety 190
Natalie Strickland 59, 210
Kathy Strickle 190
Julie Strohm 237
Francisco Subia 190
Laura Sugar 116
Laurie Sugar 116, 130 210
Sammi Sugar 59, 70 87
Vanessa Sugar 190
Lisa Sullivan 190
Christopher Summerhays 210
Timothy Summerhays 190
Kimberly Summerhili 190
Patrick Surber 190
Trent Sutherland 72, 73, 210
John Swaggerty 50 210
Darcy Swanson 71, 87, 190
Ken Swanson 190
Robert Swanson 136, 237
Jim Swelfer 191
Christina Swenson 237
Randal Swenson 191
Mathew Sykes 210
Jane Szilagy 127, 191
Melissa Tafoya 80 109, 112, 116,
117, 131, 140 210
Ryan Talamante 82, 140 210
Josie Tapia 237
Mike Tapia 210
Tenny Tatusian 191
Mario Tavena 191
Chaz Taylor 114
Colton Taylor 50 210
Daniel Taylor 210
Dwayne Taylor 118, 191
Jodie Taylor 135, 23 7
John Taylor 78, 211
Joseph Taylor 23 7
Mark Taylor 211
Myrna Taylor 191
Patricia Taylor 120 132
Robert Taylor 191
Bonnie Teasley 120 191
Jana Templin 54, 168, 191
Stacy Templin 96, 141, 237
Mark Territo 94, 191
Cincy Lou Terroy 191
Bruce Terry 113, 23 7
Jim Terry 94, 191
Lester Terry 113
Tom Terry 94
Scott Tesson 146, 210
Larry Tevault 210
James Thiede 66, 191
Jeffrey Thomas 60 78, 237
Joseph Thomas 130 191
Laura Thomas 114, 237
Teresa Thomas 191
Jean-Noel Thompson 106, 116, 191
Jean-Pierre Thompson 78, IM, 10
Kim Thompson 99, 154
Scott Thompson 114
Paul Thompson 75, 191
Walter Thorne 191
Aundra Thornton 237
Kathrin Threewitt 114, 23 7
Carl Tietz, Jr. 237
James Tietz 191
Trent Timmons 136, 88
Dennis Tingey 69,191
Michael Tingey 68, 104, 140 23 7
Glen Tipton 204, 211
Ann Tjaardo 63, 71, 211
Stephen Toledo 191
Sergio Toma 118
Timothy Tompkins 113, 23 7
Thad Toney 60 78, 191
Theodus Toney, 11160 78
Patricia Torres 191
Karen Townsend 99, 140 211
Richard Townsend 52, 191
Robert Townsend 211
David Treece 191
Staley Trefry 238
Gary Trethaway 138, 140
Mario Trevino 85
Donna Tristan 191
Pamela Trone 98, 191
Ngoc Truong 211
Melissa Tryon 98, 141, 210
Stacey Tryon 59, 76, 116, 141, 238
Nancy Tucker 118, 191
Stephanie Tucker 98, 122, 238
Johnathan Turcott 50 238, 88
Matthew Turcott 211
Patricia Turner 238
Phillip Turner 66, 191
Carol Udall 71, 99, 211
Charles Valdez 184, 191
Gilbert Valdez 78
Monet Valdez 31, 45, 122, 238
Patricia Valdez 191
Teresa Valdez 192
Monica Valenzuela 127, 134
Lisa Vallejo 211
Raymond Vallera 211
Justin Vanderwalker 192
Michael Vance 238
Derek Vann 238
Lee VanSick1e 211
Christine Vashon 211
James Vashon 211
Phillip Vasquez 192
Baonda Vaughn 192
Anthony Vega 192
Jennifer Vega 152
Melissa Venia 192
James Vercelli 192
7, 116, 191
Darren Vert 136, 238
Kevin Vert 211
Bruce Victory 158, 211
Cecilia Vidal 114, 122, 132, 211
Andrew Vieane 75, 211
Dan Viel 192
Emily Vincent 13 7, 238
Martin Vincent 192
Angela Viramontes 192
Christopher Vodopia 113, 238
Antoinette Vogt 98, 192
Edward Vonshire 211
Betty Vos 211
Hy CDicQ Vuong 84, 192
Song KVic1 Vuong 192
Michael Vosburg 238
Vinh Hung Vuong 211
Thomas Wade 54, 56, 120 140 211
Tracy Wade 134, 238
Barry Wagner 211
Jeff Wagner 58
Bryce Waite 211
Ginger Waite 212
Jeffrey Waite 212
Junior Walczak 192
Stephanie Walker 104, 238
Janene Walker 87, 192
Rachel Walker 192
Candice Wall 238, 110
William Wall 212
Elizabeth Wallace ICD 120 140 212
Johnny Walters 212
Julian Walters 78, 212
Tarrin Walz 82, 192
Deven Ward 75, 192, 204
John Ward 78
Jami Ward 90
Michelle Ward 192
Monte Ward 50 51. 68. 105, 238
Dean Warden 52, 99, 192
Michael Warne 192
James Warner 50 238
Shannon Warner 63, 71, 192
Todd Warner 212
David Warren 99, 212
James Warren 212
Mike Warren 212
Mike Warren 74
Lori Warrick 35, 135, 238
Leslie Washington 86, 130 238
Donna Watson 238
Roy Watkins 1
Tammy Watson 98, 99, 212
Tina Watson 192
Alan B, Watt 74, 192
Lisa L, Waz 212
Shalayn E. Wear 127, 238
Shannon R. Wear 127, 140 168, 192
Layne L. Webb 52, 212
Robert C. Weber 69, 192
Christina M. Webster 126, 239
MaryAnn Webster 20
Timothy E. Webster 60 78, 239
Amy M. Weckerly 28, 135, 239
Carol Weese 192
Jeffery P. Wegener 78, 239
Scott M, Wehe 69, ICB, 179
Lori M. Weinberg 131, 192
Ellen E. Weinel 212
Amy Weir 104, 239
Andrew Weir 66, 192
Donald Weisman 212
Tammie Welker 212
Michael Wells 192
Robyn Wells 135, 239
Susan Wennerstrom 239
Holly Wermuth 99, 170 212
Kathy Werner 35, 212
Robert West 28
Ronald West 28, 239
Donald Westendorf 212
Jaron Westendorf 192
Mike Westwood 52, 78
Stacey Whitaker 70 212
Angie White 76
Chad White 50 78, 126, 88
Julie White 108, 212
Michael White 31, 66, 239
Ricky White 127, 137
Wendy White 116, 140 212
Kent Whitfield 39
Fredric Whiting 56, 127, 185, 192
Julie Whiting 54, 239
Jeffrey Wick 141, 239
Duane Widmer 50 239
John Wiechmann 205
Patric Wiggins 135, 239
Michele Wilxoc 120 192
Nicholas Wilcox 135, 136, 219
Susan Wiles 99, 212
Roberta Wilkening 239
Tracy Wilkening 192
Donald Will 212
Dina Williams 239
Floyd Williams 69, 78, 192
Joseph Williams 212
Lisa Williams 90 144
Marsha Williams 135, 239
Mona Williams 239
Terry Williams 130 239
Thomas Williams 192
Todd Williams 75, 239
Verna Williams 239
John Willis 1612 212, 239
Bradley Wilson 82, 192
Kelly Wilson 192
Kenneth Wilson 212
Laura Wilson 240
Lisanne Wilson 31, 140 144, 240
Lyman Wilson 240
Michael Wilson 192
Robin Wilson 109, 240
Ruth Wilson 212
Sharon Wilson 94, 192
Tammie Wilson 192
Coriann Wilstead 212
Cindy Wimmer 240
John Winsor 118, 212
Kim Wintle 213
Jean Wise 240
Dean Withboldt 213
Kirsten Woelkers 64, 65, 80 ICB,
Todd Wolf 240
Jason Wolfe 74
Shelly Wolfe 35, 213
Jason Wolfswinkel 35
Randy Wondrash 192
Randy Wondriff 85
Daniel Wood 192
Edwin Wood 104, 240
Melodie Wood 240
Christina Woodburn 63, 76, 213
Shannon Woodsum 192
Laura Woodward 146, 192
Dina Woodworth 65, 80 163, 213
Dana Woolard 98, 101, 213
Dan Wooters 136, 137
Cara Wright 213
Holly Wright 98, 240
Kevin Wright 192
Patricia Wurl 192
Michelle Wyant 120 213
Sheila Yancey 213
Darrin Yancy 112, 240
Julie Yancy 213
Edward Yanez 82
Mike Yankura 192
Carin Yastrzab 213
William Yoder 75, 94, 240
Allen Young 126, 240
Elizabeth Young 213
Laurel Young 191, 193
Lori Young 193
Shephanie Young 87, 213
Lisa Zabala 240
Paul Zazueta 240
Moses Zepeda 213
Amy Zesbaugh 43, 54, 108, 109, 117, 120 140 213 131
Lisa Ziegler 193
Melissa Zimmer 140 144, 240
Dennis Zimmerman 74, 82, 193
Joe Zimmerman 240 v
Terry Zimmerman 114
Milan Zlojutro 74
Jorge Zuniga 60 193
So much for the l984-l985 school year. It seems like only yesterday Istepped into the publications room with the chief title on a
file cabinet drawer. I was green as they come with no experience under my belt. I felt as if I'd stepped onto a AM TRAK train and
didn't know the destination. Mr. Donovan and David Caruth, the connoisuers of annual-making, would smile and say, "We
understand. You 'll learn as time goes on. " Well, co workers Amy Zesbaugh and Betsy Wallace and our brand new staff did learn as
time went on. We learned about the ever so important details that Donovan kept warning us about. We learned to think
illogically, as far as the order of finisher pager was concerned. And we learned how to manage stress, as seemingly impossible
deadlines arose upon us like a tidal wave.
Many thanks should be given to well deserving people: the staff. fhe staff has put up with confusing assignments, deadlines and
caption and headine making. Without the staff, Westwood's yearbook would be non-existent. Special thanks to the three
"twits'C Mellissa, Luz and Sharon for plowing through exasperating assignments. To Kristine and Mark for listening to me gripe
and complain, to Janelle for being so efficient, and to Melissa for always being there when we found we were in a pinch.
Some of the best times ha ve been tied to publications. I look forward to next year working with Amy, Melissa, Betsy and Mr.
Donovan. As this year, I know we will have loads of fun, and, unlike this year, we will know the ropes.
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Yearbook was a new and exciting Cand sometimes exasperatingj experience for me. I, along with a relatively young staff
together covered all aspects of putting and annual together. Collectively we learned to draw layouts, dream up imaginative
captions, type till our fingers were sore, and suffer through harrowing deadlines.
lenjoyed the chats with Mr. Donovan along with the other editors, Betsy, Da vid and Kristin, in the hall outside room 007. These
talk sessions usually began on serious yearbook topics but somehow we always strayed to more exotic subjects. The luncheons,
banquets and the Christmas party were all a thrill because I had the opportunity to meet all the other devoted staff workers.
Looking ahead to the i985-86 Chieftain, I forsee an outstanding yearbook. If the staff was as competant as our staff was this
year, Betsy, Melissa, Kristin and I should ha ve no trouble producing and exceptional yearbook.
252 Editors Letters
I still remember walking into publications my sophie year and being mistaken for Jeff Spicoli. This started my 3 years of hard
work on the yearbook staff which finally earned me the title of associate editor.
During this time I was able to participate in the many activities of the publications crew. l'll always remember the luncheons that
were held outside of Hall 3, with foods ranging from Burger King cheap-burgers to vegemite and Shepherd 's pie. Of course there
was always a little left over for Mrs. Anderson 's many birthdays. Being the "5urfin ' Santa" at the annual Christmas party wasn 't
half bad either. The red flannel jacket and hat went perfectly with my bermudas and vans. CAnd Santa 's hehrers weren 't too bad
either! Q The hackey sessions with the soccer pros in War Chant were interesting.
There were serious times as well, such as the secret hall meetings with Mr. Donovan and the other editors. But I think my most
memorable event in publications took place my junior year. That year as a photographer I was able to go to the Mesa Senior
Citizen Center to take pictures for them.
Westwood has brought me many exciting memories and l'd like to say thank you to everyone at Westwood for making the past
3 years very enjoyable.
This has been my learning-howfto-do-it year, and what an interesting year it has been. Putting the Chieftain together for the
first time wasnot an easy task, but my skills are sharpened and I look with eagerness to next year when l7l finally be in a
yearbook class. 1
My first exposure to Mr. Donovan and the publications department came as a sophomore, I wrote for the War Chant. I enjoyed
being on the staff but decided that my talents could better be distributed as a Chieftain associate editor. Welll was right, and
working with Kristin, Amy, and David has been one thrill after another.
Next year is sure to be fantastic. Amy, Kristin, Melissa, and I are full of creative and wild ideas for the 85-86 Chieftain. Not only
do I anticipate a great book, but I also predict many fun times in 4th hour and a super staff
Thanks to all the senior staffers who worked so hard this year. Good luck and we'll miss you! Welcome new staffers who are
ready to dedicate themselves to yearbook production Cand to the up-keep of our imaginatively decorated room 007 1. See you all
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Editors Letters 253
254 Closing Page
Chieftain Staff l984-85
Special thanks to the following people for all they ha ve done
Bud Ford and Ford Studios
Mrs. Joanne Vancore and her C.O.E. students
The Johnston 's
Mrs. Eula Harris
Jim McLaughlin and his D.E.C,A. students
War Chant staff
CO-EDITORS - Kristin McQuitty
ASSOCIATE EDITORS - David Caruth
ACTIVITIES SUPER VISORS - Jill Blankenburg
SPORTS SUPERVISORS - Jill Jackson
FACUL TY SUPERVISOR - David Dawn
INDEX SUPERVISOR - Melissa Schoenstein
HEAD PHO TOGRAPHER - Jim Happ
PHOTO STAFF - Becky Courter
PRODUCTION ADVISOR - John Donovan
THEME DEVELOPMENT - Betsy Wallace
COVER - Shon Laney
S TAFFERS - Renee Bubenheim
Tribune Relays Royalty
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Class Plays Excel As
Students Show Off Talent
The Senior play gave a new meaning to the word "Theatrics".
"Sam Spam Goes To Jamaica, " was action packed from start to
finish. This detectivefadventure story combined humor with
suspense for an exciting senior play. This slapstick comedy was
written by Lane Cook and Andy Stewart.
The Junior play turned out to be the touchstone of class plays as
it collected the most points toward the Natani. "Princess Petu-
nia 's Precarious Position, " was a romantic fairy tale set in an old
English town. The graphic scenery which obviously took a lot of
effort and time, amazed us all. Whitney Richards, Andy Rollins
and Betsy Wallace collaberated their writing talents to create
The sophomores went back in time to present Westwood with
"Class of '75, Then And Now," The curtains opened to a scene
starring hippies, ROTC members, nerds and jocks. This witty
play brought us back to the days of Woodstock and flower
children. These different characters added a special diversity
to the play.
TOP RIGHT? Sophomore flower children raise a toast to peace as they reminisce about the good old days ABOVE At the class reunion the nerds pay tribute to
their school principal, played by Jean-Noel Thompson.
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TOP: .lim Happ II catches some rays at lunchtime along with Peggy Reid and Kristi Vashon. ABO VE: Westwood Warriors swarm out of the gym after an
exhilarating pep assembly.
TOP LEFT: Al shows off his baseball talent as he makes a home run in "water balloon baseball."
ABO VE: Seniors Dana Shill and Patti Nielson eagerly smear a whipped cream pie in Mr. Luedy 's face.
TOP RIGHT: Carol Udall generates spirit and the Warriors get rowdy!
Art Club Beautifies The Cafeteria
top: Members of the Art Club eagerly work on a huge wall mural that was
created by some of their top artists. bottom righ tt As one of the skilled painters, .
Tom Terry starts painting on a giant football helmet, bottom left: Working on '
various tasks are some art students.
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watch with interest as Mr. Laney puts the final touches on the Warrior head top
left: Lee Geller takes a break to mix some paint as he gets ready to start on
another section of the mural
Baseball A Hit!
The Westwood baseball team proved once again that
Westwood has one of the finest sports organizations in Ari-
zona. Many of the boys on the team were returning juniors
with three or more years of experience on a school sanc-
tioned baseball team. Their experience proved in valuable for
The team practiced long, grueling hours after school. The
three hours of daily practice paid off in a series of successful
wins for westwood. The major factor of Westwood' wins was
their cooperation and dedicated team work. The talents of
the team definitely warranted worry for other high schools
in the valley. Glenn Showers, first-baseman, commented,
"Our team had the most talent I have seen on a high school
team. " Billy Kerr optimistically said, "We had the potential to
take state and we controlled our own destiny. " Bobby Cock-
rum proudly stated, "When the team put our stuff together
there was no team in the state that could even compare to
Coach McCo wan turned Westwood 's baseball program into a
winner although it was his first year of coaching. With his
talented coaching skills, baseball had an amazing season.
JV Baseball BOTTOM ROW, Kimball Layton, .lim Theide, Hector Ruiz. JJ. Camptell Kyle Johnson Scott Reynolds Bobby Morris Andy Wler TOP ROW Tom
Kowalcyzk, Phil Turner, Keith Schultz, Kevin Meyer, Brian Mason, Ray Anderson Jeff McAtee Jim Stevens Coach Marcello not pictured Rick Flaherty
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OPPOSITE PA GE TOP RIGHT: Bobby Cockrum makes a stupendous catch. THIS PA GE TOP LEFT: Rich Northcott pitches another zinger. TOP RIGHT: Another
home-run for the mighty Warriors! ABOVE: Coach McCowan huddles up with Richard Campos and Steve Ferguson, as he explains the days strategy.
Tennis Swings Through A VWnning Season
The boys' tennis teams ended their seasons with a spectacular
winning record. Ed Yanez, David Holiday, Robbie Russo, Terren
Walls, Jeff Setlow and Craig Menden. along with coach Lumar
Livingston, smashed other valley teams and played well through
divisionals. The team also took the city title with Ed taking first
in the X l round, Robbie taking first in the 43 round, Terren in
the 44 round, Jeff in the 435 round and Craig and Rob in the if 2
doubles round. The varsity team just missed the state qualifica-
tions. Danny Schindele and Tim Kenney made an all around
sweep in the junior varsity competition.
The I2-5 record shows the girls' varsity team's diligent and
disciplined workouts. Yolie Munoz coached the team to the city
tltle. Star plays who made the success possible were: Mellissa
Tafoya, Kirsten Woelkers, Diane Kennedy, Shannon and Dawn
Kirkpatrick and freshman Tina Gonzales. Next year the team
will suffer the loss of three seniors, but plan to make up the
deficit by moving Tina to the il'3 position and moving the
excellent junior varsity players to the varsity squad.
The girls' junior varsity's hard practicing paid off also. Amy
Kramer and Tracy Leveeson added extra support.
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TOP LEFT: Tim Webster exhibits the correct way to stretch out in order to win
another hurdle competition. MIDDLE LEFT: Sophie Angela Dicken shows how
much fun track can be by her facial expression. ABOVE: Senior hurdler Tim
Webster poses for the photographer with the shoes that paved his way to a
winning season. BOTTOM PIGHT: Michelle Harris gets ready to lunge the
shotput an unbelievable distance. BOTTOM CEN TER: Senior Stud Rusty LeSueur
prepares for his attempt at clearing the bar.
Track Teams Tremendous
Track season ended the year in style. The mighty Warrior
runners raced their way to an undefeated season in dual meets,
with the heh! of some very talented Seniors. They are as follows.
Gil Valdez in the 86D meters, Mark Meldrum in the l6CD meters,
Doug Hobbs in the 32617 meters, Tim Webster and Andy Stewart
in the llO and 3m meter hurdles, Mike Areghini in the high jump,
and Curt Christensen in the pole vault, and Scott Roberts in the
46D meters. The boys' team placed well in the Glendale Invita-
tional meet and the Chandler Rotary one as well. In addition, the
guys tied for first place in the Tribune Relays.
The Warrior girls also contributed greatly to the success of
Westwood. Thanks go to the following girls: Susan Reidhead in
the long jump, Sharon Abele in the hurdles, Sandra Hester in the
discus, and Michelle Harris in both the discus and the shotput.
In addition, many Sophies added depth to the team. They in-
clude: Marnie Davidson in the 4CX7 meters, and Diane Heywood
in the distance events. The girls were nothing short of unbeat-
The girls were unstoppable at Firebird Relays. At the Tribune
Relays, the Warrior guys stunned all that were in attendance
with their great speed and agility. All in all, l985 was a great
year for Westwood athletes.
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TOP RIGHT: Senior trackster Rusty Le5ueur flies through the air on his way to a
graceful landing in the long jump. MIDDLE RIGHT: Coach instructs his team on
how to win the upcoming meet using his strategy. ABOVE: The enthusiastic
Westwood track team relax while waiting to begin practice. TOP LEFT: Sophie
hurdler Mike Butler skims over the high hurdles during a vigorous workout.
BOTTOM LEFF Junior Karla Sorenson and Sophie Kristeen Harris clown around
while waiting to compete.
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RIGHT: Karen Johnston aims for the basket. She, as a result of her excellent
abilities, was named most valuable player. LEFT: .lill Myers takes the ball down
the court on her way for two points. ABO VE: Rachel Ortiz tries desperately to
get around her opponent without losing control of the baf.
Basketball And Archery
Aim Just Right In '85
Basketball was exciting for the girls during the l985 school year-
and well it should be because coaches Paul Wells and and Janet
Stangl had perhaps one of the most successful years ever. K aren
Johnston and Linda Deeringwater led the Varsity with their hot
shooting to many victories. Becky Legg, a sophomore, proved to
be a big surprise to Varsity with her outstanding rebounding
ability. She along with Keri Linde were the strong inside forces
that controlled the tempo of many games. Outside guards Cin-
dy Lujan and Rachel Ortiz kept the flow of the game constant.
Carol Udall and Anne Tjaarda proved to be inspirational for the
Junior Varsity team. Overall, they ended up with a I5-4 record.
As the result of the effort the girls put out, the l986 season
should be fantastic.
Westwoods' Archery team did fairly well this year, they fin-
ished their season with a 5 and 3 record. The good aim of Amy
Halverson and Lisa Williams helped the team to be successful
Paula Enlo w, Jami Ward, and Laura Dickman also contributed to
their outstanding victories. At the A.S.A.A. lnvitationals,
Westwood got third place. The girls did a marvelous job. Even
though Mr. Mounts, the coach, is going to lose his best seniors
next year, he is looking forward to recruiting some new archers
next year and he would like to take the State Championship. He
is planning on having the best team ever in l986.
TOP RIGHT? Laura Schafer, Jami Ward, and a competitor from Marcos retrieve
their arrows after a grueling practice. RIGHF Colleen Kirkpatrick and Kate
Halverson take time to make a point. LEFT: Archery coach Frank Mounts chats
with the coach from Marcos De Niza during their meet.
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Chorus Brings .lo y To Assemblies
TOP LEF I John Hey wood anxiously awaits the curtain to rise.
TOP RIGHT: Lori Box wowed the crowd. ABO VE: Honor choir
proved to be excellent in their stage movements. RIGHT: Mike
Bellows leads the bass section.
Honors Assembly Honors Many
U.S. Air Force Academy!
Air Force ROTC
ASU Medallion of Merit
NAU President's Award
U OF A President's Award
National Honor Society
AFS - Foreign Exchange
Mesa Symphony Music Guild
Eugene C. Pulliam Memorial
Warren R. Langfitt Memorial
Frank Bradshaw Memorial English
Social Studies Academic
Bausch 5 Lomb
.l.C. Penney DE Studentf Year
DECA Student of the Year
Outstanding COE Student
.lack Harris Marching Band
National School Orchestra
.lohn Philip Sousa
National Choral Music
Outstanding Choral Music
Michael Daines: Dennis Morton: Charles Lancaster, James Gard
Melissa Sozaf Andria Orr, Stacey Tryon, Kerri Lindef Andria Orr
Robert Bernal, Carrie Robson, Dennis Morton, Manuel Rivera
Patti Taylor, Mary Beth McMichael
M 'Ka y McGrath
Dalena Garrisonp Carol Alldredge
Mark Chapman, Michelle Soltis
Troy Landry, Michael Daines
Arthur McNair, Barbie Clark
Outstanding Choral Music
Speech 8 Debate
Republic 8 Gazette Staffers
Mesa Tribune Journalism
American Legion Auxiliary
American Legion Aux. ISpeciaIj
Ma yor's Handicap Aware. Comm.
Friend of Westwood
Club of the Year
Outstanding Class Workers:
Oil Can Award
Spark Plug Award
Blue 5 Orange
Mel Sizemore Memorial
Dean Hunt Memorial
Rulon T. Shepherd Memorial
Mesa Tribune Outstanding Ath.
Mutt Ford Memorial
James S. Sturdevant Memorial
Warrior of the Year
Arthur McNair: Barbie Clark
Melissa Soza, Monet Valdez
Kristine Myers, David Caruth
Andria Orr, Karen Johnston
Carol Farnsworth CSpeciaI Awardj
Donald 8 Joan Clement
Ist: DECA, 2nd: COEf 3rd: NHS
Sophomore: Jean-Noel 5 Jean-Pierre Thompson
Junior: Whitney Richards, Elizabeth Wallace
Senior: Ronald West, Andrew Stewart
Stacey Tryon: Kristine Myers
Monte Ward, Susan Reidhead
Karen Johnston: Chad White
Kari Hunt: M'Kay McGrath
Senior Class of I985
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