River Forest High School - Ingot Yearbook (Hobart, IN)

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1985 JtftfOZ Throughout time, the rainbow has had many differ- ent interpretations. In mythology a rainbow was at times the bow with which deities fought storm de- mons. At other times it was a bridge between heaven and earth. In Christianity the seven rays of a rainbow are likened to the Holy Spirit ' s seven gifts. Four of the rays represent the nature of man ' s perfection — body, mind, soul and spirit, and three rays, red, yellow and blue represent the nature of Trinity. Red signifies highest heaven, the full perception of the Lord ' s love; blue represents middle heaven, delight of receiving wisdom from the Lord; green symbolizes the lowest heaven, love o f good but obscure perception of truth. Among the Hebrews, the rainbow symbolized bless- ings, God ' s covenant, pardon, rebirth, reconciliation and truth. A rainbow represents many things for many people. For some it represents the end of trouble, the dawn of a new and better time. For others it is hope. It is the promise of peace and contentment. And still for oth- ers, the rainbow represents compromise with its syn- thesis of colors. And perhaps unfortunately for a few, the rainbow represents the unattainable. It becomes a deceptive illusion. Hence, the rainbow with all its different meanings and representations has been and is a colorful arch of promise. The various divisions of the book naturally iend themselves to the attributes of the rainbow. With each section in artwork and copy we have attempted to tie the triumphs and failures and the special memories of the year 1985 to the rainbow ' s promise of wisdom, hope, beauty and joy. It is in the rainbow ' s spirit that we dedicated this edition of the Ingot to the senior class of 1985. Basketball Homecoming 1. Judy Cruz, escorted by Ramon Uribe, was chosen Miss Ingot Spirit. 2. Student Council President, Vince Pelfrey, presents the Mr. Basketball award to Mr. and Mrs. Verduzco. 3. The court for Miss Ingot Spirit included: Jim Henson, Vicky Baker, Jim Robison, Tina Banks, Ray Uribe, Judy Cruz, Tony Lewis, Michelle Duffee, Mark Hill and Kim Trusty. J. Cruz And D. Verduzco Receive Honors Ingots Beat M.C. 54-45; Students Show Spirit On February 1, Judy Cruz was voted Miss Ingot Spirit by the student body and David Verduzco was awarded Mr. Basketball during halftime festivities. The Ingots played against Michigan City Marquette and won by a score of 54-45. After the game, a dance to honor Miss Ingot Spirit and Mr. Basketball was held. During spirit week students dressed up for hat day, western day, sweats day, and red and gold day. A pep session was held and it was announced that the seniors won the hallway competition. The banner above the senior hallway read “Welcome to the Fiery Furnace, Ingots! " 4 Football Homecoming J. Springman And J. Robison Crowned 1. The football homecoming court consisted of seniors: Gilbert Vallejo, Jodi Springman, John Hoskins, Michelle Duffee, Ramon Uribe, and Tina Banks. Junior representatives Bill Handley and Tina Tenorio. Sophomore representatives Ron Paymaster and Shelly Szwedo, and freshmen representatives Tim Armes and Tina Bartley. R.F. Wins Homecoming On October 5, at halftime during our home- coming against Hammond Clark, Jodi Spring- man was crowned Homecoming Queen, and Jim Robison was named Mr. Football. Jim was also chosen Most Valuable Player by his foot- ball coaches. During spirit week students dressed up for western day, occupation day, punk day, and red and gold day. The seniors won the hall competition and float competition with the float slogan “Burn Em " . The senior float con- sisted of a log cabin with a red background resembling a fire and the pioneers running away from the burning cabin. During the game, the Ingots were ahead of the Hammond Clark Pioneers all the way. By halftime, the score was 14-0. The Pioneers re- mained scoreless until the 4th quarter. The Ingots won the homecoming game with a score of 22-7. 5 Turnabout And Other Dances Were Successful And Fun For All The Ingot Room twinkled like stars as students found themselves surrounded by the sights and sounds of city night life. The theme was " All Night Long " . The room was decorated with city decor, in- cluding tall buildings and lots of lights. The turnabout dance, a very special occasion, is the time a girl asks a boy to be her escort. This year ' s dance was a little different from previous years. Instead of having a band play the music, as was done in the past, disc jockey Charles Cimons spun records and acted as Master of Ceremonies. Forty couples paid $10.00 a ticket to attend the Feb- ruary 23rd dance. Pictures by Midstates Photography were taken for a lasting memory. Along with the Turnabout, several other dances were held by both the high school and Jr. High. There were Homecoming dances, Sock Hops, a King and Queen dance, and a Halloween dance. These dances were sponsored by the high school Student Council, the Jr. High Student Council, the Senior Class and the Freshmen Class respectively. Some of the dances were fund raisers while others were entertainment for stu- dents. In the past, choice bands were usually used, but this year DJ ' s seemed to be the more popular choice. Two DJ ' s were hired for the homecoming dances and Mrs. Rieck acted as DJ for the Sock Hop. At all of the dances, the students danced to the top 40 songs, in- cluding " All I Need " by Jack Wagoner, " Girls Just Want to Have Fun " by Cindi Lauper and " Like a Vir- gin " by Madonna. Dances Enjoyed By Everyone 1) Several couples dress in the Halloween spirit. 2) Mike Gonzalez showed his talent in disguise with his lotto ball costume. 3) Allen Long has a good time at the dance. 4) Cathy Szwedo and Jeff Holder share an intimate momen t. 5) Jim Robison and Karla Kadish get into the groove of things. 6) Kelly Collmar dances to one of the top 40 songs. 7) Jr. High students dress up for the Halloween dance. 8) Mike Davich and Margo Norman enjoy each other ' s company. Prom Was Successful With Sixty- Four Couples Attending Excitement floated through the air May 11 as sixty- four couples attended the junior-senior prom. As- sumption Hall seemed like the next best thing to heav- en with its pink and lavendar decorations conveying the theme " Magic is the Night. " The setting, complete with pond and bridge, an archway leading to the stars, kissing rings, and a canopy of streamers, was the handiwork of sponsors Miss Watkins, Miss Joseph, and Mrs. McNabb and a small number of dedicated students. A DJ provided the music. The records spun included " The Twist, " " Suddenly, " " Hello, " " Purple Rain, " and " Let ' s Go Crazy. " For souvenirs couples were given glasses, memory books, and a pagoda sit- ting on a cloud. 3 1) Connie Grier and Bill Handley wait to have their names called for pictures. 2) Couples enter into the prom. 3) Tony Warwick and Kelly McKinney share a slow dance. 4) Couples prepare for the grand march. 5) Gilbert Vallejo and Margo Dowd enter the dance floor. 6) Carla Rael and Eddie Mendez enjoy each other ' s company. 7) Missy Kanizar and Mike Patillo pose underneath the canopy. 8) Sam Romeo and Jenni Buffington dance to the music. 9 j|| King And Queen Take A Seat At The Royal Throne On February 20, seventh graders Mike Bruce and Jamie Drury and eighth graders Pete Otero and Dawn House were honored as King and Queen of their class at the traditional King and Queen dance. The seventh grade court included Jennifer Loving, Dina Cortez, Jamie Drury, Yvonne Bonilla, Stacey Lemley, Joey Ramirez, Rick Aired, Jeff Holder, John Antal, and Mike Bruce. The eighth grade court included Lisa Mendez, Tina Alfaro, Tamara Palmer, Lisa Remus, Dawn House, Frank Munoz, Jeff Muha, and Pete Otero. Approximately 90 students attended the dance which was sponsored by the junior high student coun- cil who was in charge of arranging the party, decorat- ing, serving refreshments, and cleaning up afterwards. The dance was chaperoned by Miss Kubiak, Mr. Rosner, Mrs. Schechner, and Mr. Newton. Eddie Mendez, a professional disc jockey, provided a variety of rock music. 10 1) Accepting the crown for the eighth grade class is Dawn House. 2) The eighth grade court awaits the names of the King and Queen. 3) Five couples comprise the seventh grade court. 4) The seventh grade Queen Jamie Drury and her escort King Mike Bruce walk to receive their crowns. 5) Pete Otero and Dawn House, eighth grade King and Queen, dance a slow dance. 6) Mike Bruce, seventh grade King, dances with his Queen Jamie Drury. 7) Tina Alfaro is escorted by Don Scott. 8) Five couples comprised the eighth grade court. 11 Bells Ring Again For Double Mock Wedding Members of the groom ' s party are: Mark Hill Allen Long ; Grooms Tom Mitchell and Joe Ramos , Kelly Hankins , and John Guel. Center, ring hearer Tony Whitmer Below: Joe Ramos with his new bride, Lisa Dixon. Tom M. " Weds " Chris C. Joe R. " Weds " Lisa D. At The Annual Mock Wedding The bells signaled again for the annual Mock Wed- ding held November 6 in the Ingot room. Senior, Mikki Schavey was the officiating " minister. " The brides were Lisa Dixon and Chris Cox. The grooms were Joe Ramos and Tom Mitchell. The wedding was a project of the Family Living classes to back up a wedding notebook which was required. King Tux donated the tuxedos while Bridal Boutique and Bridal Artemis donated the gowns. Silk Flowers Unlimited donated the flowers and Virginia Spencer ' s mother, Barbara Spencer, donated the 3 tierred wed- ding cake. A reception followed immediately after the wedding. The reception was by invitation only. The food was prepared by the students and Tom Mitchell ' s step-dad, Tom Wilson, acted as D.J. 12 Clockwise from the top: Members of the bridal party are: Kim Vou- tinas, Kim Siebert, Judy Cruz, Brides Lisa Dixon and Chris Cox, Donna Anderson, Jill Haxton and Jodi Springman. Chris Cox stands next to her groom, Tom Mitchell. The brides receive their " kisses " . The fathers walk the brides down the aisle. 13 juice. While guests were enjoying their meal, enter- tainment was provided. The entertainment included a puppet show performed by the eighth grade STF class, a country dance by the mixed ensemble, an acrobatic act by Shelly Markham, magic tricks by Vicky Baker and of course many songs sung by the choir. As the festivities continue and the main meal is finished an assortment of desserts including cakes, tarts and cook- ies was passed to all guests. No one left the Wassail without a filled stomach and a lightened spirit. The fabulous food, the good entertainment and the enjoy- able camaraderie had most guests leaving with the assurance that they will be back again next year. The Wassail is a Christmas celebration of traditions from medieval times. It is a celebration of what Christ- mas is and what it means. This is the fifteenth year the Wassail has been suc- cessfully performed. For three consecutive nights, 174 people came to see the Wassail. Tickets were sold out since September. In fact, many were purchased a year in advance. As the Wassail began, a savory appetizer was served. After the appetizer was finished, the main meal, Beef Esterhazy, was then served with baked potatoes gar- nished by sour cream and chives, green beans, brazed mushrooms with sherry garnish and sparkling grape Wassail A Medieval Tradition Christmas At Its Finest Clockwise from top left: Mr. Brown directs the Ensemble. Carla Rael, as Saint Lucia, sings prior to serving the confections. The Girl ' s Ensemble entertains while guests are being served. Wench Paula Christakis serves the guests. Senior Vicky Baker performs magic tricks for the Wassail guests. Male choraleers stand motion- less as the Girl ' s Ensemble performs. 15 5d o is for sure ness when tackling a problem. The Facts Of It All is for energy used wisely as well as foolishly. is for the nostalgic memories seniors will always possess. is for initiative used when duty demands. is for outstanding achievements to be made. Class Officers President Gilbert Vallejo Vice-President Janine Schiller Secretary Lisa Gallagher Treasurer Jill Haxton is the road of life soon to be traveled. Class Colors Blue And Maroon Class Of 1985 Class Flower Maroon Carnation Class Motto Don ' t be afraid to dream but most of all don ' t be afraid to make your dreams come true. Tony Arocho John Arroyo April Arts Ruth Augustine Vicky Baker Tina Banks Jackie Baron Laura Best Penny Biggs Diane Boyd Teri Burns Patty Cotton 18 Judy Cruz Mike Davich Chuck DeMoss Michelle Duffee Lisa Fields Lydia Flores Lisa Gallagher " This is the life! " sighs Anthony Hill as Sam Romeo clowns around Anthony Gonzalez 19 Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Senior Hall Of Fame Most School Spirit Gilbert Vallejo And Michelle Duffee Most Artistic Laura Trenshaw And Joe Nunez Best Looking Jim Robison And Jodi Springman Best Dressed Randy Sink And Carla Rael Class Klutz Jim Henson And Laura Best Most Athletic Class Flirt ■4 jl. Vicky Baker And Ray Palmer Most Vocal Gilbert Vallejo And Kim Trusty Most Popular Gilbert Vallejo And Carla Rael Most Instrumental Jim Robison And Jodi Springman Class Clowns Gilbert Vallejo, Lisa Muha And Joe Nunez Mary Kadish And Patty Cotton Most Likely To Succeed Ray Uribe And Vicky Baker Senior Couple Vince Hurley And Stephanie Hurley Best Personality April Arts And Rodney Thompson Jim Graham Dave Grissom Tina Guel Brenda Hall Danielle Hanna Jill Haxton Jim Henson Mark Hill Alana Hogan John Hoskins Wayne Howell Mary Kadish 22 Missy Kanizar Bobby Keene Collette Keene Debby King Pam Kolczak Tony Lewis Denise Liberto Tina Lunghofer Sherry Majka Teresa Martinez Charles Miller Margo Norman Studying, Fun And Relaxation Were All Part Of Every Day Senior Life Joe Nunez Margie Ondo Susan Page Ray Palmer Come on, this is a private phone call, says April Arts. Mike Patillo Vince Pelfrey Susie Phares Joady Quick 26 Carla Rael Fernando Ramirez Genaro Ramirez Doug Re berg Tammy Richardson Jim Robison Wanda Rodriguez Sam Romeo Ruth Rosado Joseph Santiago Mikki Schavey Janine Schiller 27 3 P ' «W u ; ; IJ y We Were IsQpcessed o " ss -P bocj AU.G-IC k.«vV»r . K - caciduLr ' ' Pft " M «.otr . rr 6 Roft Du) ft Cc h $ c 7 ' -£ c£ S ' - o AT q) © K ' 0 jf -»3 Or ■ .P 29 Debbie King checks the honor roll in the guidance office. Israel Rodriguez takes time out between classes. Mary Self Bret Sh river Kim Siebert Randy Sink Rita Soria Mona Sosa 30 - w 1 L Bob Spencer Jodi Springman Rodney Thompson Laura Trenshaw Kim Trusty Ray Uribe Gilbert Vallejo David Verduzco Joni Vernon Kim Voutsinas Tony Warwick John Williams 31 Valedictorian Ray Uribe Ray Uribe earned the honor of Valedictorian of the 1985 Senior Class by achieving a grade point average of 3.947. Throughout his junior high and high school years, Ray has been a part of several organizations and has received many awards. While in junior high, Ray not only earned the honor of Salutatorian of his eighth grade class but also competed in basketball. During his high school years Ray participated in intramural basketball from ninth to twelfth grade, high school Honor Society from tenth to twelfth grade, acting as vice-president his senior year, and in Student Council his twelfth grade year. Throughout his junior high and high school years he received awards in social studies and science. He also received the Latino Scholarship Award and the Jets Award for competing against several schools academical- ly. After graduation Ray plans to enlist in the Air Force and study in the field of Aerospace Engineering. Salutatorian Vicky Baker Vicky Baker earned the honor of Salutatorian of the 1985 Senior Class by achieving a grade point average of 3.927. Vicky has also been a part of many organizations and received several awards throughout her junior high and high school years. She participated in basketball from seventh to twelfth grade receiv- ing the most valuable player award in eleventh grade, in vol- leyball eighth to twelfth grade where she also received most valuable player award in eleventh grade. She participated in track from sophomore to senior year. She was a member of Honor Society in seventh and eighth and Valedictorian of eighth grade and was a member of high school Honor Society in tenth through twelfth grade. She was a Student Council member in ninth through eleventh grade. She received math and art awards and in industrial arts she placed second in State competition. She also received a Jets Award for competing against several schools academically. After graduation she plans to attend Purdue University West Lafayette studying in the fields of pharmacy and art. Many Seniors Excel In Class Of ' 85 These pages recognize those seniors whom teachers felt were leaders in academic and extra curricular activities. The students listed below have shown the spirit needed to achieve success. Academics And Sports Football Golf Social Studies Jim Robison Dave Grissom Dave Verduzco Jim Henson Anthony Hill Tennis Sam Romeo Randy Sink Baseball John Hoskins Tony Lewis Track Vicky Baker Jim Graham Cheerleading Michelle Du f fee Tina Banks Randy Sink Esequiel Torres Jim Rod rick Band Ray Palmer Sam Romeo English Randy Sink Vicky Baker Ray Uribe Art Vicky Baker Gilbert Vallejo Michelle Du f fee Science Ray Uribe Vicky Baker Ray Palmer Patty Cotton John Arroyo Michelle Du f fee Vince Pelfrey John Hoskins Vicky Baker Ray Uribe Yearbook Patty Cotton Industrial Arts Esequiel Torres Mike Davich Vicky Baker Metals — Machining Genaro Ramirez Congratulations Seniors One Hundred Seniors Graduate Leaving Many Fond Memories Behind On June 3, 1985, 100 seniors graduated led by Vale- dictorian Ray Uribe and Salutatorian Vicky Baker. Nine members of the class had the honor of wearing cords signifying their membership in National Honor Society. The class, itself, had the distinction of being the first class to ever have all of its members present on one day. The class also had the distinction of hav- ing one member, Ray Palmer, graduate with a 13 year perfect attendance record. On the whole, the graduat- ing class of 85 received more honors and awards than any other graduating class in the past several years. The school board made a few changes prior to the 1984-1985 school year. Replacing Dr. David Dickson as Superintendent of Hobart Township Community Schools is Mrs. Peggy Chnupa. Mrs. Chnupa has worked with this corporation for ten years. Her former positions were Director of Special Services, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and Assistant Superin- tendent. She was temporarily replaced as Director of Curriculum and Instruction by Mr. Peter Svetcoff who in the fall of 1985 became the principal of Meister Elementary. Mr. Svetcoff has taught 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades for a total of eleven years. He has also served as principal of many school districts. 36 1) The school board included: hack row; Joseph Kasper, Administrative Assistant Robert Flach, and Herbert Warren. Front row: Geraldine Pe- truska. Superintendent Peggy Chnupa, and Jo Ellen Breese. 2) Donna Locasto — Jr. High Secretary and John Newton — Jr. High Principal. 3) Eileen Paradine — H.S. Secretary and Donald Tippett — H.S. Assistant Principal. 4) Peter Svetcoff — Director of Curriculum and Instruction. 5) Dwight Tallman — H.S. Principal and Trena Radcliffe — H.S. Secre- tary. 1) Robert Wright — tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade counselor. Dorothy Sapper — secretary. 2) Joyce Choncoff — Librarian. 3) Carol Needham and Kal Petruska — library aides. 4) Fay Iorio — seventh, eighth, and ninth grade counselor. Rachel Nicoloff — secretary. 5) Barb Crusak — treasurer. 6) Al Gibbons — audio-visual. 7) Phyllis Broda — food service director. 8) Mary Bencie — nurse. 39 Listed below is the entire teaching staff of River Forest Junior Senior High School for the 1984-85 year. Following each teacher are his area and hobbies. Bernadette Brier, area — Disability Consultant. Pat Falvy, area — Special Education. Mary Ann Ford, area — Math. Tom Hontz, area — English, hobbies — photogra- phy, botany, and traveling. Paul Flook, area — Health P.E., hobbies — weight lifting, jogging, shooting, and gardening. Kathy Hooks, area — Science, hobbies — gardening, plants, playing piano, and collecting art. Sandra Hurey, area — English. Tandace Joseph, area — Art, hobby — athletics. Natallie Keller, area — English, hobbies — reading, crafts, and traveling. Theresa Kirsits, area — Special Education. Diane Kubiak, area — English. Davee Muir, area — English Math, hobbies — computing and camping. Dan Oury, area — Science, hobbies — biking, jogging, swimming, and science. Bob Rajsic, area — Industrial Arts. Kay Rieck, area — P.E. Rick Rosner, area — Science, hobbies — jogging, softball, bicycling, and reading. Lore Schechner, area — Math. Robert Scobey, area — Health Social Studies. Weldon Slater, area — Fine Arts, Faculty On Cloud Nine Kathy Hooks Theresa Kirsits Sandra Hurey Diane Kubiak Pat Falvy Tom Hontz Tandace Joseph Paul Hook Natalie Keller Several new faces were added to the teaching staff. Mrs. Alice Engstrom and Mrs. Janet Robbins were hired as part-time teachers for Art and English replacing Mrs. Jan Georgion who found a position at Lake Station High School. Tandace Joseph was hired to replace Mrs. Komosa who took maternity leave from her Art teaching position and Mrs. Margaret Baker, Mr. Baker ' s wife, replaced Mr. Adamczyk who suffered a heart attack and was absent for a large part of the year. Mr. Andrew Horban was hired in Industrial Arts to replace Mr. Lebo who left for another position in Indianapolis. Bernadette Brier Davee Muir Rick Rosner Robert Scobey Lore Schechner Kay Rieck Kirk Whiting Betty Whiting Terry Watkins Weldon Slater hobbies — hunting and fishing. Jim Spencer, area — Social Studies P.E. Terry Watkins, area — Business. Betty Whiting, area — Home Economics, hobbies — quilting, swimming, antiques, and traveling. Kirk Whiting, area — Social Studies, hobbies — hunting and fishing, softball, studying military history, and watching sports on T. V. Gene Adamczyk, area — Foreign Language, hobbies — mushroom hunting, Easter egg decorat- ing, and gourmet cooking. Fred Baker, area — Typing. A1 Bromberg, area — Business, hobbies — Chicago sport ' s fan, painting, and raking leaves. Rex Brown, area — Fine Arts. A1 Detterline, area — Math. Alice Engstrom, area — Fine Arts. Sergio Garcia, area — English, hobby — photography. Bob Grenert, area — Social Studies. Pat Hayden, area — Home Economics. Larry Hilla, area — Industrial Arts. Andy Horban, area — Industrial Arts, hobbies — outdoor sports, hunting, fishing, and photography. Ron Hughes, area — Social Studies. Joe Kapciak, area — Fine Arts, hobbies — camping, stamp collecting, and gardening. Paul Klarer, area — Industrial Arts, hobbies — most all sports (especially running) and restoring old machinery, antiques, etc. Dennis Leonard, area — Social Studies. Bill Logan, area — Athletic Director, hobby — sports contests. Betty Major, area — English. Bob Marszalek, area — Science. John McDaniel, area — Math, hobbies — fishing, golfing, and camping. Pat McNabb, area — Home Economics. Jim Reygaert, area — Math, hobby — collecting baseball cards. Janet Robbins, area — English. Carolyn Turpin, area — French Spanish. Don Watkins, area — Social Studies. Jim Wells, area — Science, hobbies — fishing, hunting, camping, and photography. Art Willing, area — Math. 41 Junior Class Of 1986 President — Ruben Mendez, Vice-President — Melis- sa Back, Treasurer — Annette Nieves, and Secretary — Peggy Byarlay. Aired, Darla Back, Melissa Barns, Joseph Bartley, Tom Blankenship, William Breneman, Ron Brown, Drohinda Buchanan, John Byarlay, Peggy Cagle, Vicki Cajigas, Norma Carson, Candance Carter, James Carugati, Michelle Cecil, Melissa Chambers, James Clemans, Victoria Conley, David Cox, Brent Cox, Christina Crane, Bill Crum, Steven Davis, Shawna Delulius, Robbie De Vault, David 44 Diaz, Angie Dowd, Margo Dyer, Pamela Fraszczak, Cynthia French, Chris Garner, Jerry Garrison, Ron Garza, Fernando Garza, Jorge Gibbons, Jerry Green, John Groover, Brian Guel, John Flail, Steven Handley, Bill Hankins, Kelly Heridia, Evonne Huber, Chris Ivers, Kathi Jansen, Patty Dannie Lewis works on the sheet metal bender. 45 Kadish, Karla Jessie Serrano files his woodshop project. Kemp, Tim Kirkbride, Cindi Laas, Steve Lewis, Dannie Lightfoot, Debra Marshall, Yolanda Martinez, Monica McKinney, Kelly Mendez, Ruben Milam, Curtis Mills, Tim Nieves, Annette Noggle, Judy Norman, Saundra Nunez, Armando Ortiz, Francis Patillo, Tom Pavy, Don Pearson, Larry Perez, John Perez, Mary Persley, Keith Popenhagen, John Ramos, Gina Ramos, Joe Rheinholtz, Vicki 46 Rich, Therese Rodgers, Paul Rosado, Angelica Schavey, Jim Schwager, Patricia Serrano, Jessie Shelton, Jay Smith, Brad Smith, Trade Snyder, Dennis Sohel, Darren Soria, Miguel Margo Dowd uses a tree for a natural background. Szwedo, Chris Tellez, Delores Tenorio, Greg Tenorio, Tina Thorman, Doug Trezak, Kevin Uhles, Mike Uribe, John Wagoner, Kim Whitmer, Dawn Wiatrowski, Mike Wilkie, Yvette Williamson, Joey Wright, Albert 47 Sophomore Class Of 1987 Acevez, Angie Agnew, Charles Alexander, Deanna Allen, Elizabeth Allen, Mark Anderson, Donna Antal, Virginia Aubuchon, Steven Bailey, Pennie Banks, Gina Barnes, Darryl Batchelor, John Baughman, George Best, Kevin Bogle, Ronnie Breneman, Rebecca Buffington, Jennifer 48 Lisa Dixon, Lisa Muha, Kim Sibert, and Lisa Gallagher show off their adopted babies. Burge, Dale Burton, Jack An amusing antic catches Rick Stevens ' attention. Calvin, Catrena Camp, Harold Campbell, Christal Cannon, Michael Carroll, Lonnie Carter, Melissa Chapman, Leroy Chappo, Mary Cherne, Kristine Christakis, Paula Collmar, Kelly Cortez, Ruben Craigin, Cynthia Craigin, Timothy Curley, Michael DelValle, Alice DeMoss, John Diamond, Dorene Dickson, David Dixon, Lisa Dotson, Gregory Dougherty, Deanne Dubois, Tommi Evans, Keith Feldpausch, David Fields, DeAnne Fischer, Tammy 49 Flowers, Steven Fraley, Donna Gonzalez, Michael Groover, Shelley Guel, Carmela Guthrie, Gretchen Hazelton, Ann Flenson, Joe Hernandez, Susan Hollinger, Melody Huber, Chris Hunter, David Jestes, Glinda Johnston, Tammy Kallok, David Kanizar, William Keene, Terri Kisner, Dewayne Kitchen, Jeff Langston, Fonda Lasinski, Christina DeAnne Fields models the latest fashions. Lawson, Kimberly Linsner, John 50 Linsner, Valerie Bill Suit works diligently on his woods project. Long, Carroll Majka, Walter Mansur, Karla Marts, Dana Mauney, April Medellin, Richard Nelson, Stacey Norman, James Orto, Jill Page, Mike Paymaster, Ron Peluyera, Leticia Perez, Suzette Potts, Melissa Quick, Troy Ramirez, Marcie Rice, Ted Risley, Paul Santmyre, Kimberly Scasny, Sonia Schiller, Phillip Schumacher, Norma 51 Sinks, Lori Somers, Charlie Spencer, Virginia Stanfill, Rodney Stevens, Ricky Suit, Bill Szwedo, Shelly Taylor, Tiffeni Tenorio, Bobby Thompson, Paul Trenshaw, Barbara Vernon, Kathy Walker, Kelli Warren, Melissa Watson, E.J. Williams, David Wilson, Sonia Yager, Michelle Zambrana, Juana Villarreal, Tom Michelle, Deanne, Kathy, and Cindy pose outside their lockers. 52 Ninth Grade Class Of 1988 President — Jessica Vallejo, Vice-President — Pam Baker, and Treasurer — Dave Wallace Alfaro, Mike Allison, Joey Armes, Tim Ast, Christina Augustine, Chris Baker, Bryan Baker, Pam Barrera, Danny Bartley, Clifford Bartley, Tina Bastin, Gary Bennett, Tammy Berrios, Julyssa Best, Teresa Bolles, Kimberly Borja, Eddie Tina Bartley says, " Oh no not another grammar error! " Brewer, Christina Brown, Williams Buchanan, Billy Buchanan, Joseph Burton, Delana Cajigas, Alex Calvert, Ronald Carden, Velma Carter, Jason Cecil, Gale Childs, Christopher Cissell, Robert Clark, Judy Cochran, Lene Cole, Frank Cruz, Angel Davis, Shawn Davis, Tiffany DeBoer, Robert DeLeon, Danny Dixon, Melissa Doom, Richard Dotlich, Robin Mr. Hook shows Frank Perez how to use his head. Dubois, Tracy Dziubla, Shelia Fannin, Eric Fasel, Richard 54 Fields, Andrea Fischer, Leslie Tiffany Davis takes a break from gym class. Funes, Doug Callian, Becky Grinder, Ronald Gurley, Kim Guthrie, John Hardesty, Connie Henk, Kimberly Henson, Julie Hoefflicker, Lianne Hooper, Jamie Jansen, Jeanette Jeffery, William Johnson, Kenny Jones, Lisa Kelly, Matthew Kieth, Howard Kiser, Lori Knox, Pat Lambert, Michael Lemmon, Robert Lewis, Glenda Lockhart, John Lyons, David Marcrom, Shelly 55 Marrs, Theresa Martinez, Pauline Mattox, Dawn McWhirter, Joe Mercadante, Oreste Newlin, Spencer Newsom, Barry Nieves, Kimberly Noggle, Donald Norman, Pixie North, Steven Nunez, Salvador Jessica Vallejo gets a scare from an unknown beast. Otero, Joe Paradine, Paulette Paris, Jimmy Perez, Frank Popenhagen, Tina Price, Alicia Prince, Deanna Propeck, John Quick, Daniel Reed, David Reynolds, Jennifer Richardson, Bobby Riffle, Michael Rios, Luke 56 Roberts, Bruce Rosado, Danny Rosado, David Rust, Brenda Rust, Kelly Santiago, Peter Schaefer, Natalie Schindler, Neal Snellgrove, Mary Soderquist, Keith Soria, John Soria, Richard Soto, Wanda Szparaga, Timothy Tellez, Carmen Thomas, Rachel Thomas, Tony Torres, Ladislado Triplett, Mark Triplett, Mat Tuttle, Kimberly Vallejo, Jessica Vanaman, Steven Verduzco, Alejandra Wallace, David Warren, Randy Watts, Marija Watts, Sara White, Patricia Wiggins, Pamela Wilson, Deanna Wilson, Dwayne Wilson, Rachel Wright, George Wright, Steven 57 Eighth Grade Class Of 1989 President — Jason Trusty, Vice-President — Stacy Bastin, and Treasurer — Melissa Hunt. Alexander, Kim Alfaro, Tina Alleman, Autumn Alleman, Tammy Arts, Oscar Barrera, Valentino Bastin, Stacy Berkley, Trade Bowden, Ruby Braid, Allan Breneman, John Buchanan, Pamela Buehler, Marc Butler, Jerry Byers, Michelle Campbell, Dwayne Cantu, Scott Childs, Corey Chirch, Jerry Jr. Christakis, Mary Christensen, Bishop Cisneros, Julius Clay, Stephen Click, Greg Collmar, John 58 Concepcion, Julio Cook, Donald Crane, Jerry Daniel, Barbara Davaney, Michael DeMoss, Cary Derringlon, Jeffrey Deyarmin, Kelley Diamond, Dianne Diaz, Gladys Dwyer, Dan Enochs, Veronica Evans, Clenn Filla, Paul Fleck, Trade Fuentes, Maria Gill, James Gonzalez, David Graham, David Grasa, Robert Groover, Theresa Hand, Harvey Hanna, Paul Haskins, Suzanne Hernandez, Marisol Hinshaw, Alethea Hodges, Lesa Hoobyar, Denise House, Dawn Hunt, Melissa Hyatte, Eulalia Jansen, Patty Jenkins, Karrie Jones, Denna Jones, Ronald 59 Bob Norman gives his analysis of a winner and a loser. Kanizar, Jeanette Keiser, Mark Kennedy, Martha Kinser, Ann Kitchen, John Kolodziej, Toni Lane, Robert Lav rick, Amy Linebaugh, Leah Lopez, Juan McClaskey, Penny McClure, Mary Mendez, Lisa Miller, Anita Mireles, Demas Mohr, Kenneth Monnier, Kelly Moore, Sandra Mora, Angelica Morris, Tammy 60 Muha, Jeffery Mundo, Patty Munoz, Frank Newsom, Misty Norman, Robert Otero, Hector Otero, Peter Pacheco, Hector Page, Timothy Palmer, Tamara Pavy, James Pavy, Tracy Pearman, Robert Pearson, Todd Peel, Lori Petroff, Dina Phelps, Donald Phelps, Wendy Pillow, Robert Popenhagen, James Potts, Lisa Ranke, Derak Remus, Lisa Rios, Yvette Tammy Palmer finds her assignment quite amusing. Roberts, Dawn Ross, Donna 61 Schavey, Johnny Schindler, Tonya Schuffert, Matthew Scott, Donald Self, James Sikora, Lois Sliz, Richard Soboleski, Nina Sosa, Christopher Sosbe, Jerry Soto, Kenny Speed, Lee Stover, Cecilia Suit, Richard Tenorio, Stacey Trusty, Jason Vargas, Saul Verduzco, Julisa Wefler, Mark Werner, Wayne Westmoreland, Pamela Weyer, Torri Wilcox, Terry Wilkie, Billy Williams, Shelia Yuhasz, Eric Mary Christakis works to finish her assignment before the end of the hour. Zambrana, Joseph 62 Seventh Grade Class Of 1990 7th grade class representatives: Jerry Bacon, Judy Wheeler and Kier Colon. Alexander, Dan Aired, Rick Aired, Teresa Amiotte, Candi Antal, John Bacon, Jerry Baldauf, Scott Bartley, Dawn Baughman, Charles Beach, Sandra Berger, Kathy Best, Michelle Best, Roger Bittle, Russell Blanton, Shelly Bogle, Robert Bonilla, Yvonne Borowski, Brian Bowers, Jennifer Bradfield, Kevin Brown, Cliston Bruce, Michael Budzyk, Amber Calderin, Margaret Cannon, Richard Carroll, Lynn Carter, Duane Carugati, Christine Charleston, Kenneth Clary, Ginger Collins, Carl Collins, Donna Collins, Shannon Colon, Kier Conklin, Randall Consier, Tammy Cortez, Dina Cox, Randy Cruz, Billy Cruz, Julie Csokasy, Mary Daniel, Sherry Davis, Shannon Diamond, Jamie Dixon, Tammy Drury, Jamie Dubois, Jerry Dushane, Eric Dziubla, Valerie Edwards, Cathy Fannin, Crystal Gallagher, Cathy Gallegos, Christopher Gamble, Raymond Garza, Adrian Garza, Edwardo Gibbs, Carol Glover, Carlton Gonzales, Carmen Gresh, Joyce 64 Griggs, Leslie Griggs, Mary Guess, Darren Gulley, Glenn Guzman, Sam Hairston, Lindal Hampton, Steven Head, Amy Hendrix, Marshall Herrera, Roberto Hinshaw, James Holder, Jeff Hoobyar, Brian Hopkins, Alvin Hopper, Victoria Howell, Alice Hurley, Tina Ivers, Kirk Janes, Bridgette Johnson, Koni Kallok, James Kallok, Roger Kelly, Julie Kopecy, Steven Kroledge, Virginia Lemley, Stacey Mary Griggs and Melinda Reed practice their skills in badminton. Liberto, Joseph 65 Long, Williams Loving, Jennifer Majka, Maxine Manns, Shane Manns, Steven Mansberry, Jimmy Manship, Angela Meegan, Michelle Melton, William Mendez, Margarita Mohr, Randy Morrison, Jeremy Cathy Szwedo has a happy day. Munoz, Michelle Nelson, Sharlet Nolan, Traci Norman, Jenella Osha, Joseph Otero, Marlene Padron, Candi Page, Kimberly Palmer, Rodney Paradine, Gregory Parrott, Stephanie Pavlinac, Barbara Pavlinac, Sharon Payton, Jody Pearman, Staci Pelfrey, Tara Perez, Corey 66 Peters, Christianna Pickford, Jack Piesyk, Kris Podenski, Kammy Price, Reese Ramirez, Joseph Ramsay, Kimberlee Reed, Melinda Rich, Michael Riddle, Tonya Rodrick, Jeff Rogers, Lisa Rose, Renee Scasny, William Servin, Jim Shaffer, Joey Sheid, Chris Skees, Shane Szwedo, Catherine Szwedo, Renee Thompson, Charity Torres, Elvira Torres, Robert Vargas, Mark Vaughan, Chrissy Verduzco, Ana Warren, Marsha Watts, Amanda Welch, Larry Wheeler, Denise Wheeler, Judy Wilkie, Shannon Williams, Sherry Wright, Betty Yost, Scott 67 Which Memory Are You A Part Of? Each year of high school has moments that stand out among the many memories that are made, but those special times during the senior year always seem to top the list of fondest memories. For most seniors the last year is the best. The idle times, the busy times, the embarassments, and the triumphs, the joys and the tears, all seem to mesh into the days that will be remembered most as the good times. My Favorite Senior Pastime was: Seeing how many days I could miss and getting away with it . . . Partying and cruising Broadway with N.S., F.O., K.K., A.H., and all my sophomore buddies . . . When I sacked the quarterback that stopped Ham- mond Gavit from tying the game and we won 15-13 . . . Sitting in twit lane with J.H., C.D., D.M., B.K., T.L., R.P., J.N., and myself A.H. having fun with Mr. Hughes . . . Sitting on lunch hour with Mikey, Ba- nana, Yo, and Nilsa . . . Sitting on the blue senior bench between classes . . . Talking to Mr. Garcia about cruising Broadway . . . Seeing what I could get away with . . . Following Sam Romeo home after the basket- ball games . . . Watching David Verduzco strut down the hall . . . Sleeping in first hour during film strips . . . Trying to make it to class just before the bell rings just to upset Mr. T. My Most Embarrasing Moment was: My freshman year in football when I was running the ball and I got tackled and my pants got pulled down . . . When Mr. Tallman caught me with my hands down J.B. ' s pants . . . Losing my shoe at the Valpo. sectionals my junior year and the whole Valpo. side cheered for me . . . Liking someone so much that I would borrow his government notebook just so I could put other notes in it ... When I almost went out to play a volleyball game without my shorts . . . Being hit in the back of the head by Mr. McDaniel in 3rd hour Algebra class . . . Letting some of my friends lock me in my locker before 5th hour and not letting me out until 5th hour was over . . . Having my zipper broken while sitting in English and not knowing it . . . Meet- ing L.T. for the first time . . . Meeting J.S. for the first time . . . When in gym class Mrs. Rieck told me to put my " cheek " on the vault for a demonstration and I put the cheek of my face on the vault instead of the other one . . . Having to see a psychiatrist for mooning someone . . . Having to tell Mr. Watkins my name wasn ' t Sharon after two weeks of being called Sharon . . . When Mr. T. and D.M. framed me for prancing in a slip down the halls . . . Nearly choking to death in the cafeteria. 68 My Most Memorable Moment was: Winning conference in wrestling. Beating Munster in baseball . . . Spending a week in sunny California with Richie . . . Placing first in economics in the Aca- demic Decathalon and Mr. Tallman placing the medal around my neck . . . Wrecking into Gertie ' s Florist on Central Avenue . . . Beating Lake Station year after year in football . . . Spending my four years of high school with J.R. and loving every minute of it . . . My cousin and Mr. Tippett setting me up to receive the first swat in my life. O-U-C-H . . . My senior year Christmas with my very best friends P.B., S.P., U.B., and D.M., and my 18th birthday which will never be forgotten . . . When Mr. Tallman and Mr. Tippett caught " Apollo " , the belly dancer we hired for Mrs. Wilson, Ms. Watkins, and Mrs. Rieck . . . Taking sleazy pictures at the turnabout in front of the snack bar with Trix. C.J., Prep., R.P., and Moi . . . Being a River Forest Graduate . . . Spending half the night in a graveyard with Lurch . . . Finally graduating after fourteen years with help from the Boss man and D.T., without them I would have never made it ... Being announced Miss Ingot Spirit at Basketball Homecoming. 69 High School Honor Society 1) The High School Honor Society included: front row; Angelica Ro- sado, Yolanda Marshall, Michelle Duffee, Penny Biggs, Susie Phares, and Vicky Baker. Back row: Randy Sink, Mark Kinser, Ramon Uribe, Miguel Soria, John Hoskins, Doug Thormann, and John Uribe. 2) Senior John Arroyo studies his accounting assignment. 3) " You can ' t be serious about that assignment, " says Greg Dotson. 4) The Jr. High Honor Society included: front row; Jenny Kanizar, Ann Kinser, Lisa Remus, Dawn House, and Tammy Morris. Back row: Julio Concepcion, Matt Schuffert, Jason Trusty, Stacy Bastin, Mary Christakis, Dina Petroff, Glenn Evans, and Paul Filla. 5) Bill Handley and Vince Hurley work on their electronics project. fch i 70 Jr. High Honor Society 3 Teams Represent R.F. In Decathalon Six high school students represented River Forest in our first Academic Decathalon on January 12. These six students were divided into 3 teams: an Honor team, a Scholastic team and a Varsity team. The Honor team consisted of Vicky Baker and Ray Uribe, the two students having the highest grade point averages. The Scholastic team consisted of John Hoskins and Vince Pelfrey, the two students with the second highest grade point averages. The Varsity team consisted of Ruben Mendez and Patri- cia Schwager, the two students with the third high- est grade point averages. In individual scoring, Vicky Baker received a sec- ond place in Social Studies. Ray Uribe received a second place in Social Studies and Economics. John Hoskins received a third place in interview. Vince Pelfrey received a first in Economics and a second in Social Studies, and Patricia Schwager received a sec- ond place in Fine Arts. 71 1) Tina Tenorio questions Miss Watkins about the shorthand assignment. 2) Denise Liberto shows her talent at " cutting up. " 3) The Academic Decathalon Team included: Ray Palmer, John Hoskins, Patricia Sch wager, Vicky Baker, Ramon Uribe, Vince Pelfrey, and Ruben Mendez. 4) Dannie Lewis works on his metals project. 5) Kathy Ivers tries to finish her homework in the library. 6) The Jr. Great Books club included: first row; David Wallace and Scott Yost. Second row: Joey Schaffer, Maria Fuentes, Stacy Bastin, Corey Childs, Michelle Byers, Misty Newsom, and Dwayne Carter. Third row: Jeff Rodrick, Nina Soboleski, Kathy Berger, Cathy Edwards, Judy Wheel- er, Missy Carter, Kathy Vernon, Matt Schuffert, and Carl Collins. Fourth row: Dan Alexander, Jerry Bacon, Randy Warren, Paul Thompson, Patrick Knox, and Mary Snellgrove. Jr. Great Books 73 ■Swing Jazz Revue Page 74. 1 . A. Wright , N. Schumaker, D. Pavy, and S. Dzuible dance to the beat. 2. G. Vallejo and K. Walker practice one of the songs during rehersals. Page 75. 1. L. Pearson and C. Rael wait for their number to begin. 2. R. Kallok and J. Kallok practice their dance stepes. 3. B. Pitlow and J. Orto concentrate on their dance routine. 4. J. Williamson and D. Conley rehearse with their guitars. 74 Choir Band Present Swing Jazz Revue For the first time, the band and choral departments joined forces to present a Swing Jazz Revue. The revue was held May 2, 3, 4 in the high school gym and featured the choraleers under the direction of Mr. Brown and the jazz band under the direc- tion of Mr. Slater. Fourteen boys and fourteen girls were needed for the stage and costumed produc- tion in which the choraleers sang and- danced to jazz and rock songs played by the jazz band. The revue featured numbers such as, “Never Gonna Let You Go " , “Don ' t Cry " , “Beat It " , " Eye of the Tiger " , " Bop Til ' You Drop " , and many more. Jazz Fest 76 Band Department Holds Annual Jazz Fest On April 25, the 8th Annual Jazz Fest was held in the round. The fest featured bands from Chesterton and Kankakee Valley. The Jazz Fest started out with the Ches- terton band directed by Steve Scully. The fest continued with the Kankakee Valley band under the direction of Melinda McKenzey. Last was the River Forest band with Mr. Slater directing the jazz band in four numbers. The jazz numbers played by the River Forest Jazz Band were: " Teach Me To- night " , " Song for My Father " featuring Dwayne Marlow on the trombone and Larry Pearson on the sax, " Bad Burn in Poteau " featuring Joe Nunez on the drums and " Whirley Bird " featuring Randy Sink on the keyboard. Gilbert Vallejo was fea- tured on the tenor sax in all four jazz num- bers and was awarded best sax player. Page 76. 1. B. Kanizar, D. DeVault, G. Vallejo, and K. Walker play one of the jazz numbers as a quartet. 2. G. Vallejo had the honor of being choosen outstanding saxophonist of the test. Page 77. i. Joe Nunez does a drum solo. 2. Larry Pearson performs a sax solo. 3. Mr. Slater introduces the River Forest Jazz Band. 77 The members of the J.H. Student Council include, first row: Melissa Hunt, Mary Christakis, Dina Petroff, Amy Lockridge, Jamie Diamond, Kier Colon, Judy Wheeler. Second row: Jerry Bacon, Jenny Kanizar, Tracy Pavy, Lois Sikora, Stacey Bastin, Jason Trusty, Julius Cisneros. 1. Seventh and eighth graders show off their costumes at the Halloween Dance sponsored by the J.H. Student Council. 2. Members of the Junior High Student Council pose for the photographers. Junior High Council Remains Active Throughout Year The Junior High Student Council spon- sored junior high dances and activities. It is up to the members to plan, decorate, serve refreshments, and clean up afterwards, said sponsor Miss Kubiak. She said that the " true colors " of the Student Council mem- bers came through as they divided their time between being hostesses and guests. The junior hig h student council sponsored dances included: the Halloween dance, and Christmas dance, the King and Queen Dance, and the Eighth Grade Honors Dance. The Council also opened a Christ- mas post office. Students purchased cards for $.25 each and then student council members dressed as Santa ' s elves and passed out the cards. The money that was raised went towards the renting of a skating rink for the council ' s annual skating party in January. Some of the other activities sponsored include: decorating the Christ- mas tree donated by Remus Farms, a St. Patricks Day celebration, and an Easter egg hunt. 80 H.S. Student Council Under New Direction The members of the H.S. Student Council included, first row: Melissa Dixon, Pam Baker, Janine Schiller, Margie Ondo, Tina Banks, Judy Cruz, Jill Haxton. Second row: Kim Wagoner, Jill Orto, Kelly Collmar, Alice DelValle, Cynthia Craigin, Melissa Carter, Jessica Vallejo, Shelley Groover, Carmela Guel, Pennie Bailey, Donna Anderson. Third row: Charles Miller, Ruben Mendez, David Verduzco, Ray Palmer, Gilbert Vallejo, Michelle Duffee, Vincent Pelfrey, Kim Siebert, John Knox, David Wallace, Ray Uribe, John Uribe, Doug Thormann, Yvette Wilkie, Kelly McKinney. 1. Mr. Tallman and members of the Student Council look as if they enjoyed their conference. « c INF Traditional Activities Are Retained While New Ones Are Added Under new sponsor Mrs. Iorio the Student Council maintained traditional activities and held several new ones. As in the past the council was responsible for the preparing of assemblies and for planning homecom- ing activities and the Spring Fling. The council also participated in the Indiana Association of Student Councils at Warren Central High School, a parliamen- tary procedure workshop with the YACS, and several administrative conferences held by Mr. Tallman. One of the new activities presented by the Student Council was SADD week. SADD stands for Students Against Drunken Driving. Student Council members passed out literature on drinking, and displayed a graphic symbol of drunken driving, a wrecked car, in front of the school. The Student Council ' s future plans include a dance-a-thon and a quiz bowl. Illness Hinders Russian Club The members of the Russian Club included: Vincent Pelfrey , Charles Miller , Patricia Sch wager, Melissa Carter . 1. Mr. Adamczyk was out most of the year due to a heartattack he had earlier in the year. 2. V. Pelfrey delivers his Russian dialogue 82 The members of the Speech Club included; first row: S. Aubuchon, M. Carter, R. Grasa. Second row: J. Popenhagen, and S. Davis. 1. M. Carter and F. Langston deliver a practice speech. Speech Club Offers Varied Challenges For Its Membership The Speech Club is a club designed to improve public speaking ability. It began the last week of September and continued through March. There are six different types of events in which members par- ticipate. The first is interpretation of poetry which is interpretating humerous and dramatic plays, po- ems, and novels. Origanal oratory, the second, in- volves writing and delivering a speech. The third, oratorical interpretation, is interpretating someone elses speech and imprompt speech, the fourth, is speaking on a topic without any preparation before hand. The last two catagories are extemporaneous speech and radio. Extemporaneous speech is speak- ing on topics which are chosen by the speech com- mittee. Radio involves 3-4 parts. The student must read a commercial and editorial and compose a three minute news program which relates to international events. In October, the students went to Ball State for a speech conference where they were able to observe students from all over Indiana. On October 20, four students went to a meet at Highland High School where sophomore Melissa Carter received a seventh place for doing poetry interpretation and Stever Au- buchon, also a sophomore, received a fourth place for giving a humorous speech. 83 V ! Y ) A ' m T c ' f J , C ,n l U t Cj ' n P hel1 ' Jennifer Reynolds, Juana Zambrana, Julyssa Berrios, Melissa Carter Yolanda Marshall. Second row: Joseph Zambrana, Carmela Cue!, Charles Miller, Leticia Peluyera and Mrs. Broda 1. Students liked to gather in the cafeteria early in the morning before school. 2. The YAC’s helped make the cafeteria a fun, popular choice for meetings as Mrs. lorio ' s expression shows. YAC ' s Club Activities Hindered By New State Legislations The YACs were unable to accomplish as much this year as last due to the new state legislation which required that most clubs ' ac- tivities take place while school is not in ses- sion. The YACs were able to, however, attend a two day conference in Lebanon, Indiana in October. A professor from Purdue talked on raw insects and how they could save the world from famine. Many of the students and adults took the opportunity to taste the " mealy worms " sauted in olive oil. When asked about the taste, the student ' s replies were snap, crackle and crunch, said Mrs. Broda. In March, National Nutrition Month, Mrs. Broda and the YACs set up nutrition booths where they passed out nutritional information on vitamins and the body. In May the YACs had Cook ' s Appreciation Day. The students served the cooks their lunch on a candle lit table. One of the projects in planning is trivia week. For one week students who are able to answer trivia questions will receive a free meal, said Mrs. Broda. 84 Home Ec. Dept. Initiates F.H.A. The members of the F.H.A. included; first row: Marcie Ramirez, Kelly Collmar, Glinda Jestes, Leticia Peluyera. Second row: Kimberly Bolles, Melissa Hunt, Mary Self, Neal Schindler, Kim Voutsinas. 1. The FHA members show how proud they are by their smiles. 2. Kim Voutsinas gives a nod of approval. FHA Recognizes That The Home Affects Well Being Of All The Future Homemakers of America (FHA) was initiated by the Home Ec Department. Ac- cording to advisors. Miss Hayden and Mrs. Whiting, FHA is very beneficial in that it recog- nizes that the home affects the well being of all and it teaches students to accept responsibilities and make decisions that affect our lives today as well as the world tomorrow. The FHA ' s colors are red and white. Red suggests strength, courage, and determination. White symbolizes sincerity of purpose and integrity of action. FHA develops those qualities that will help individuals build a better tomorrow. Some of the activities the FHA was involved with included a Trick-or-Treat for Toys and a Christmas party for the members and their guests. The FHA visited Wheeler High School in March to attend a Spring District meet- ing. FHA members and their guests also attended a Spring picnic at Riverview Park in May. The FHA ' s goals for the future years are to increase membership and to plan more activities. 85 Auxiliary Corps. Aux. Corps. Practices Long Hours 1. Auxiliary Corps, members are front row: M. Carugati, L. Gallagher, Captain Kim Siebert, and M. Ondo. Middle row: Sponsor Betty Whiting, S. Szwedo, A. Verduzco, C. Fraszczak, M. Perez, C. Szwedo, and S. Dzuibla. Back row: Captain Judy Cruz, V. Rheinholtz, D. Anderson, C. Ast, B. Trenshaw, N. Schumacher, and K. Walker. 2. V. Rheinholtz, S. Dzuibla, and M. Ondo perform their pom-pom routine. 3. Auxiliary Corps, members perform their halftime routine. Twenty-one members composed the Auxiliary Corps, which includes an 11 member flag corps., a 5 girl rifle squad, and 6 color guards. During the sum- mer the girls practiced continuously for two weeks for the Hobart and Lake Station parades. They performed two songs with the band. During football season the girls practiced every Tuesday and Thursday after school and in the morn- ings when the band practiced. Six girls also participat- ed in " Dance Wurks, " a jazz dance camp held at Roch- ester High School. The girls were awarded a superior trophy for the most points and a stuffed zebra doll for having the most spirit. Captains, seniors Judy Cruz and Kim Siebert won " Sparkle " ribbons for doing exceptionally well. Kim also won a trophy for doing well on the last dance routine. 1. Pep Club members are front row: Judy Clark, Kim Wagoner, Monica Martinez, Carla Raet, Letty Pelvyera, Tina Bartley, Jessica Vallejo, and Lori Kiser. Back Row: Gilbert Vallejo, Shelley Groover, Tina Chambers, Lisa Fields, Mary Self, John Arroyo, Tina Guel, Virginia Spencer, and Angie Diaz. 2. J. Vallejo, D. Burton, and T. Bartley clown around during the game. 3. Cheerleaders help stir the crowd ' s emotion. Pep Club Keeps Its Spirit High At R.F. Nineteen students turned out for pep club, said sponsor, Mrs. Whiting. There were a variety of ideas such as locker signs for the girls and boys basketball team members and decorating the hallways with post- ers on the week of a home game. In order to be in pep club, members paid a $1.00 charge that went toward pep club awards at the end of the year. The pep club ' s responsibilities were to decorate the hallways and to be at the home games to help cheer on the basketball team. The pep club president was John Arroyo (12), Vice President was Monica Martinez (11), and Secretary- Treasurer was Angie Diaz (11). 87 Beginning band members are, first row: J. Kelly, C. Szwedo, J. Bowers, B. Osborne, ). Verduzco, T. Dixon, and M. Csokasy. Second row: D. Carter, C. DeMoss, M. Kelly, K. Bradfield, D. Cook, J. Bacon, M. Calderin, and J. Drury. Third row: C. Glover, B. Hoobyar, D. Guess, M. Rich, K. Charleston, ). Buchanan, M. Vargas, G. Gulley, J. Rodrick, C. Brewer and L. Remus. 1. J. Buchanan plays his music. 2. H. Pacheco practices his drum roll. 88 Beginning Band Students Learn Basic Skills Cd Beginning band members are, first row: R. Szwedo, C. Fannin, S. Wilkie, C. Padron, C. Hinchley, R. Bowden, A. Mora, and N. Soboleski. Second row: J. Dubois, S. Cantu, R. Torres, A. Diaz, S. Yost, S. Vargas, J. Pickford, T. Riddle, and S. Collins. Third row: J. Mansberry, C. Collins, M. Buehler, D. Dickson, B. Richardson, M. Munoz, D. Cortez, F. Munoz, R. Cannon, L. Dixon, K. Podenski, A. Flead, and M. Otero. Fourth row: Director J. Kapciak, W. Werner, B. Williamson, J. Breneman, H. Pacheco, B. Long, A. Alleman, and M. Schuffert. 1. The beginning band rehearses for the Spring Concert. Beginning Band Intro- duced To Instrumental Dept. The beginning bands were under the direction of Mr. J. Kapciak. At the start of the year, the students are introduced to the various instru- ments available to them. Each student was given enough time to pick the instrument he wanted to work with. Then, for the next few weeks the stu- dents learned music theory. They learned all the notes on the staff, time signatures, and whichever of the 2 clefs (treble or bass) their instrument uses. The students later learn how to correspond the fingerings or posi- tions to specific notes on the staff. The highlight of the year for the beginning band was the annual Spring Concert held in the high school gym. The beginners played four numbers, " Its A Small World " , " Eight Days A Week " , ' Triumphal March " , and " Oriental Overature " . 89 H3 G rs CQ Students Prepare For Marching Band Intermediate Kind members are, first row: A. Price, D. Prince, C. Childs, D. Hoobyar, S. Haskins, D. Collins, T. Palmer, and D. House. Second row: T. Weyer, Y. Rios, A. Kinser, L. Sikora, T. Pavy, M. Byers, P. Westmoreland, and M. Newsom. Third row: T. Thomas, D. Funes, J. Gill, G. Paradine, J. Muha, G. Jestes, J. McWhirter, A. Cajigas, J. Concepcion, S. Bastin, D. Gonzales, and J. Kanizar. Fourth row: L. Rios, B. Suit, G. Wright, P. Otero, J. Popenhagen, K. Collmar, K. Best, and C. McKinney. Fifth row: J. Collmar, £. Borja, G. Baughman, B. Lane, J. Lopez, D. Evans, G. Vanaman, T. Wilcox, and Director, Mr. W. Slater. 1. S. Blanton and D. Bradfield play on their french horns. Jazz Fest, Swing Jazz Revue Kept Jazz Band Busy Highlights for the 19 member Jazz Band included the 8th Annual Jazz Fest, the Swing Jazz Revue, Grandparents Day, and the annual Spring Concert. On April 25, the 8th Annual Jazz Fest was held in the round. Along with our band, Chesterton and Kan- kakee Valley also performed. At the end of the fest senior Gilbert Vallejo was honored as best saxophone player at the fest. On May 2, 3, and 4th the band and choral depart- ments held their first Swing Jazz Revue in the high school gym. Jazz and popular rock songs were played by the jazz band as the choraleers danced to the music. On May 17, the band entertained the grandparents and other guests at the Grandparents Day at River Forest Elementary. On May 23, the jazz band played three jazz numbers at the Annual Spring Concert held in the high school gym. The songs the jazz band performed were: " Whir- ley Bird " , " Touch Me Tonight " , and " Bad Burn in Poteau " . 90 Members of the Jazz Band are, front row: Mike Gonzalez, Randy Sink, Kevin Trezak, Chrissy Campbell, Larry Pearson, Gilbert Vallejo, and Kelli Walker. Second row: Joe Nunez, Joey Williamson, David Conley, Ray Palmer, Dwayne Marlow, Joe Santiago, and Jorge Garza. Back row: Anthony Gonzales, Tony Lewis, Chuck DeMoss, David DeVault, and Buddy Kanizar. 1. J. Nunez and J. Williamson jam on some music. 2. G. Vallejo practices on his sax. MMIIt . - spoil I The intermediate band, a stepping stone between the beginning and concert band, gives the student a chance to accelerate his skills. In the intermediate band students are taught the skills of marching. The marching practice in intermediate band gets students familiar with marching and helps them prepare for the 4th of July parades and the halftime performances during football season that the marching band re- quires. The year was highlighted by the Annual Spring Concert held May 23 in the high school gym. The songs the intermediate band played were: " America the Beautiful " , " Hello " , " Over the Rainbow " , and " I Like Mountain Music. " 91 C PQ 5-i o» u o u Concert band members, front rose: P. Christakis, M. Watts, D. Fields, S. Reynolds, Y Wilkie, D. Whitmer, J. Heston, T. DuBois, ]. Reynolds, M. Ramirez R. Soria, J. Buffington, and D. Thormann. 2nd rote: M. Yager, K. Soderquist, A. Acevez, B. Trenshate, S. Flowers, ]. deMoss, S. Wilson, L. Dixon, K. Walker, S. Watts, T. Scnnert, J. Vallejo, P. Santiago, A. Verduzco, and V. Rheinholtz. 3rd row: M. Cannon, P. Byarlay, C. Campbell, M. Schaeey, D. Rosado, C. Vallejo, D. Wilson, M. Dixon, D. Anderson, S. Davis, K. Bolles, S. Phases, D. Tellez, C. Cue!, and K. Radish. 4th row: C. Cox, K. Trezak, J. Williamson, D. Conley, D. Reed, F. Cole, B. Tenorio, ft Cox, R. Soria, R. Warren, A. Gonzales, J. Carter, B. Kanizar, D. Kisner, D. DeVault, B. Smith, D. Lyons, R. Sink, J. Garza, C. DeMoss, D. Marlow, and R. Palmer. Back row: Director, Weldon Slater, Assistant Director, J. Kapciak, P. Bailey, M. Gonzales, G. Dotson, D. Burge, K. Johnson, M. Uhles, J. Nunez, S. Romeo, and L. Best. 1. Dawn Whitmer practices on her solo. Chuck DeMoss Represents R.F. At Contest The high school band became two separate bands, a concert band and a wind ensemble. The wind ensemble was created for the accelerated students. This was the first time the school had a wind ensemble. Mr. Slater felt the wind ensem- ble was needed so the student could advance into more difficult music than in the past. The marching band performed before and dur- ing halftime at the football games. The marching band which goes on occasional trips such as to Florida, performed at the Hobart and Lake Sta- tion Fourth of July parades. They placed first and second respectfully. On January 26, several students participated in the District Solo and Ensemble contest at Hobart High School. Playing Division 1 solos were Paula Christakis on the flute, and Chuck DeMoss on the trumpet. There was also a drum quartet which consisted of Laura Best, Sam Romeo, Joe Nunez and Mike Uhles. Paula Christakis and the drum quartet earned second place missing a first place by one point. Chuck DeMoss, however, earned a first place on his solo. On February 9, Chuck went downstate to the State Solo and En- semble contest held at Butler University. He re- ceived a first place on his solo. The band officers were: President, Ray Palmer; Vice President, Joe Nunez; Secretary, Paula Christakis; Treasurer, Peggy Byarlay; and fresh- 92 men representative, Jason Carter. Pep Band Performs At Basketball Games Pep Band members consisted of , front row: Mike Cannon, Marija Watts, Yvette Wilkie, Dawn Whitmer, Rita Soria, and Jenni Buffington. 2nd row: Kevin Trezak, DeAnne Fields, Paula Christakis, Peggy Byarlay, Mikki Schavey, Keith Soderquist, Carmella Guel, and Pennie Bailey. 3rd row: Danny Rosado, David Conley, Kim Bolles, Joey Williamson, Ray Palmer, Gilbert Vallejo, Randy Warren, Buddy Kanizar, and Jason Carter. Back row: Jill Haxton, Joe Nunez, Laura Best, Greg Dotson, and Chuck DeMoss. 1. Peggy Byarlay and Mikki Schavey show off their saxophones. 2. Chuck DeMoss and the rest of the pep band perform during halftime. The Pep Band, under the direction of seniors Jill Haxton and Chuck DeMoss, performed be- fore and during halftime at the home varsity basketball games. Along with seniors Chuck and Jill, the 28 member band included seniors Joe Nunez, Laura Best, Ray Palmer, Mikki Schavey, Rita Soria, and Gilbert Vallejo. The band prac- ticed 1-2 times on the week of a home game. Most of the Pep Band members were first year members and lacked experience. Pep Band Choirs Join In Spring Concert And Wassail The members of the junior high choir included, first row: G. Clary, K. Monnier, C. Thompson, K. Edwards, S. Parrott, D. Muniz, C. Vaughan, J. Wheeler, T. Pelfrey, S. Williams, J. Payton, M. Mendez, M. Fuentes. Second row: S. Lemley, C. Baughman, C. Sheid, T. Nolan, S. Manns, J. Cruz, A. Watts, M. Reed, K. Page, C. Amiolte, D. Tschopp, M. Hack, Y. Bonilla, J. Shaffer. Third Row: B. Wright, C. Gibbs, J. Gresh, C. Peters, M. McClure, D. Jones, B. Janes, G. Wilson, A. Verduzco, E. Torres, D. Knox, P. Buchanan. Back row: L. Rogers, L. Carroll, C. Martin, P. McClaskey, T. Consier, G. Diaz, S. Nelson, E. Hyatte, T. Morris, D. Petroff, A. Launch, T. Alleman, K. Johnson. Choir Performs With Band On May second through the fourth the choir joined forces with the band for the first time to present a Jazz Swing Revue. They performed songs by popular art- ists as Michael Jackson, Rick Springfield, Lionel Ri- chie, and many others. The Jazz Swing Revue took the place of the musical the choir would have otherwise presented. The choir also performed a wassail on De- cember fifteenth and sixteenth, a spring concert on May fourteenth, and sang in the Thanksgiving and Christmas Day assemblies. On April twelfth the Mixed Ensemble performed at the Holiday Star Resort for the Visiting Nurse Association which was celebrat- ing 70 years of service to the community. 94 The members of the Concert Choir included, first row: M. Carter, C. Cecil, S. Dziubh, R. Dyer, K. Mansur, S. Hernandez, K. Lawson, J. Zambrana. Second row: M. Ondo, R. Trial, P. Schwager, N. Schumacher, C. Rael, M. Self, C. Ast, T. Cuel, J. Orto. Third row: T. Best, S. Groover, S. Nelson, D. Liberto, T. Martinez, G. Lewis. Back row: D. Wallace, D. Barnes, L. Jestes, B. Richards, B. Blankenship, D. Pavy, L. Pearson, B. Pitlow. 95 a ) 3 £ a X) c w ai X 77i ? members of the Mixed Ensemble included, first row: C. Riel, D. Barnes, K. Mansur, C. Miller, N. Schumacher, G. Vallejo, M. Carter, Greg Click. Second row: C. Ast, L. Pearson, S. Dziubla, B. Pitlow, D. Wallace. Third row: D. Liberto, L. Jestes, S. Groover, D. Pavy. Back row: M. Ondo, M. Wefler, J. Orto, B. Richardson, G. Cecil, B. Blankenship. 1) The Girls Ensemble rehearses for the Swing Jazz Revue. 2) The Ensemble performs one of their choreographed songs. 3) The Ensemble waits for the music to begin so they may start dancing. 4) Norma Schumacher, Shelia Dziubla, and Mary Christakis make a good trio. 5) Mr. Brown looks as if he is enjoying the music. 96 Ensemble Gives Many Presentations The members of the Girls Ensemble included, first row: Melissa Carter, Shelia Dziubla, Karla Mansur, Margie Ondo, Norma Schumacher, Carla Rael. Back row: Shelley Groover, Gale Cecil, Jill Orto, Denise Liberto, Christine Ast. 97 Newspaper And Yearbook Join Forces Members of the newspaper staff are, front row: Gilbert Vallejo, Paula Christakis, DeAnne Fields, and Brad Smith. Back row: Angie Acevez, Mike Gonzales, Deanne Dougherty, Yolanda Marshall, Chris Childs, and advisor Davee Muir. 1. M. Uhles takes inventory of the darkroom. 2. G. Vallejo grins as Mr. Muir says, " What can I say? " 98 Members of the yearbook staff are; front row: Kim Lawson, Rita Soria, Patty Cotton and Penny Biggs. Back row: Advisor Davee Muir and photographer Mike Uhles. 1. L. Muha and }. Springman enjoy the school newspaper. 2. R. Soria types up her yearbook copy. Publication Staffs Many changes occured in the publications classes. The major change for both staffs was that they met during the same hour. As a result of the combination some of the members had to share not only part of the work load and responsibilities, but also the darkroom and layout facilities. A second change was that the newspaper staff had to typeset their stories on word processors instead of having them professionally set. This meant that stu- dents had to learn how to use computers. Along with Lacked Experience this, the journalism classes faced the problem of little experience. With the exception of two members, Patty Cotton and Rita Soria, the yearbook staff members were without experience. Several positions which are normally filled by 3rd and 4th year members were given to 1st year members. For the first time also, senior portraits and team shots were taken by Midstates Photography of Hobart instead of Root Studios of Chicago. Yearbook Footb Varsity earns 3rd best record; Lack of practice affects J.V. The varsity football team ended their sea- son with a 5-5 record, the 3rd best record in the school ' s history. Coach Leonard said that the reason for the outstanding success was the seniors. Every senior on the team played football through- out high school. The J.V. team finished their season with a 1-7 record. Their only win was against the Whiting Oilers (12-6), said Coach Whiting. The main reason for the many losses was because the team didn ' t have much time to practice together. The J.V. spent most of its practice time helping the varsity prepare for their games, said Whiting. Jim Robison Wins Mr. Football And MVP 1) Varsity and J. V. players consisted of: front row: John Guel, Anthony Hill, David Verduzco, Tony Lewis, Jim Henson, Jim Robison, Tony Warwick, Dave Grissom and Ray Palmer. Middle row: Pat- rick Knox, Kelly Hankins, Tim Kemp, Greg Ten- orio, Joe Ramos, Dannie Lewis, Don Pavy, Dave Hunter, and Dennis Thomason. Back row: Bill Suit, Troy Quick, Jack Burton, Dave Kallok, Tim Craigin, Mike Page, Ted Rice, Rodney Stanfill, Greg Dotson, Bob Tenorio, and Lonnie Carroll. Standing: Coach Baker, Coach Whiting, Head Coach Dennis Leonard, Coach Rosner and Coach Horban. 2) Ingots bury their opponent. 3) Ingots go for the kill. 4) Margo Dowd cheers at the bon-fire. 5) Coach Leonard speaks at the bon-fire while the team gathers round. 6) Rodney Stanfill, John Guel, Kelly McKinney, Kelly Hankins and Don Pavy take a ride on the firetruck before the homecoming game. 7) Coach Whiting gives Troy Quick a new strate- gy ■ 10.1 Injuries Hamper Squads Performance The freshmen football team started their season off with a 6-0 win against Calumet. However, due to several injur- ies and a lack of players, the team lost the last three games ending their season with a 1-5 record. The eighth grade finished a winning season with a record of 4-2. They won against Wilbert Wright (24-6), St. Peter and Paul (18-6), South Central (20-6), and Kankakee Valley (12-6). The most valu- able player was Rick Suit. The seventh grade team finished with a 0-2 record. A number of players quit the squad leaving a 15 player roster. Coach Thomas felt that the small team size was a major contributer to the losing record. 1) Freshmen team members are, front row: Mike Riffle, Joe McWhirter, Jason Carter, Lelo Torres, Ron Calvert, Doug Funes, and Tim Armes. Back row: Coach Horban, Tony Thomas, Danny Quick, Spencer Newlin, Patrick Knox, Joe Allison, Leslie Fischer, and Steve Wright. 2) Coach Thomas runs through a new play. 3) Coach Rosner checks his team for the right player. 4) The Ingots display their aggression. 5) Coach Rosner sends in another player. 104 — 8th Grade Squad Has Winning Season Small Size Affects Play 6) Eighth grade team members are, front row: Steve Clay, Scott Sosa, Julio Conception, Joe Zambrana, Juan Lopez, Harvey Hand and John Kitchen. Middle row: John Collmar, Marc Buehler, John Schavey, John Popenhagen, Lee Speed, Terry Wilcox, Bill Wilkie, and Scott Cantu. Back row: Coach Rosner, Rick Self, Tim Page, Don Cook, Jeff Muha, Jerry Crane, Jerry Chirch, Pete Otero, Rick Suit, and Coach Thomas. 7) Seventh grade team members are, front row: Kevin Bradfield, Al Hopkins, James Hinshaw, Corey Perez, Kirk Ivers, Scott Baldauf, Adrian Garza, Elvira Torres, and Brian Hoobyar. Back row: Joe Ramirez, Shane Skees, Jason Guzman, Joe Liberto, Roger Kallok, Bill Long, John Antal, Roger Best, Eric DuShane, Bill Scasny, and Coach Thomas. 105 Varsity And J.V s Number Of Wins Does Not Give Credit To Potential With 7 seniors and 2 juniors on the varsity squad there was a lot of experience on the court. According to Coach Rieck, there were many close matches and much hard play throughout the season. " Emotionally we worked more as a team than we have in the last 4 years. With this quality more success should have been accomplished ' she said. They ended their season with a record of 4-16. Janine Schiller received the Northwest Hoo- sier Conference medal. Vicky Baker received an honorable mention award. " The J.V. team improved 100 percent from the beginning of the year, " said Coach Mueller. The lost matches usually ended with a close score or with no time left on the clock. Coach Mueller also said that the team had the desire to win and that they would be an asset to the varsity next year. Their record was 4-16. Janine Schiller And Vicky Baker Receive Conference Awards 1) Varsity members included; front row: Angie Diaz, Mikki Schavey, Vicky Baker, Jill Orto, Patty Cotton, and Shelley Groover. Back row: Kim Wagoner, Tina Guel, Janine Schiller, Delores Tellez, Penny Biggs, and Coach Rieck. 2) Olga Hernandez bumps the ball. 3) Varsity team members gather to plan their strategy. 4) Kim Wagoner prepares for a serve. 5) Mikki Schavey goes up for a block. 6) J.V. members included; front row: Pam Baker, Shelley Groover, Karla Mansur, and Chris Szwedo. Second row: Coach Mueller, Jill Orto, Vicki Rheinholtz, and Karla Kadish. Third row: Cindi Craigin, Delores Tellez, Yo- landa Marshall, and P.J. Wiggins. 107 The 7th grade volleyball team began and ended its season with only 6 members. Coach Hilla said that the small number of girls presented a difficult situation for not only the team but also the individual players. “The most valuable players on the 7th grade team were Renee Szwedo and Yvonne Bonilla, " said Coach Hilla. The 8th grade team consisted of five returning players and five first year players. Coach Hilla wished the team were more consistent in its play. Overall, the 7th and 8th grade teams improved contin- ually from the beginning of the year. The 7th grade team ' s record was 2-4 and the 8th grade team ' s record was 0 - 6 . 1) Cathy Szwedo is in position for a bump. 2) Stacy Tenorio blasts the ball over the next. 3) Yvette Rios is ready to help her teammate. Jr. High Showed Improvement As Year Progressed 4) The 8th grade team consisted of: front row: Amy Lavrick, Tammy Morris, Denise Hoohvar, Yvette Rios, and Lisa Remus. Back row: Misty Newsom, Stacey Bastin, Dawn Roberts, Lois Sikora, Stacey Tenorio, and Coach Hilla. 5) The 7th grade team consisted of: front row: Suzy Haskins (8th grade). Second row: Renee Szwedo and Cathy Szwedo. Third row: Coach Hilla, Kim Ramsey, Yvonne 3 Bonilla, and Amanda Watts. 109 Varsity Team Defeats Marquette In Homecoming The varsity season ended with a 2-17 re- cord. They defeated Marquette on Home- coming night and Griffith in overtime. The coaches felt, however, that the squad which was young and had only three seniors, Sam Romeo, David Verduzco and Perry Mills, was in most of the ball games. The remain- der of the squad consisted of four juniors, Bill Handley, Mike Uhles, Jay Shelton, Dannie Lewis and two sophomores, Dave Kallok and Rich Medellin. On February 26th, the team played against Hobart in sectionals losing 52-59. At half-time, River Forest was ahead by one point. Mike Uhles led the game with twen- ty points. Jay Shelton was second with eighteen points and twel ve rebounds. Dan- nie Lewis had six rebounds. There was a total of twenty-three rebounds and fourteen turnovers. " We were close throughout the game, " said Coach McDaniel. " It was a good game and everyone played well, " agreed Coach Detterline. Both coaches said rebounding and shooting were the down- falls not only in this game, but in others as well. Team Defeats Griffith In Over- time 1) The varsity basketball team included: Coach Burle- son, Sam Romeo, Dannie Lewis, Dave Kallok, Mike Uhles, Coach McDaniel, Perry Mills, Bill Handley, Jay Shelton, David Verduzco, Rich Medellin and Coach Detterline. 2) Jay Shelton goes up for a basket. 3) Dannie Lewis goes for a block. 4) After the game, players congratulate one another. 5) David Verduzco leads the victory parade. 6) Jay Shelton shoots a free throw. 7) Varsity team members keep a sharp eye on the ball. 8) The players are given a new plan of strategy by Coaches Detterline and McDaniel. Junior Varsity defeats Hammond Clark and Hanover Central The J.V. boys basketball team ended their season with a 2-17 record. They beat Hammond Clark and Hanover Central. John Batchelor was leading scorer with 109 points, but the leading average went to Jack Burton with 7.8 points per game. Rich Fasel, John Batchelor and Bill Suit were the leading rebounders with an average of 4.8 per game. Coach Burleson said that the team weaknesses were in poor ball handling and in free throw shooting. The team strength he said, was in rebounding. Rebounding Was Team Strength 1) Team members congratulate one another. 2) J.V. team included: front row; Chuck Agnew, Phillip Schiller, and Jewel Barnhill. Back row: Jack Burton, Rich Fasel, Bill Suit, John Batchelor, Tim Mills, and Coach Burleson. 3) Ingots go up for a rebound. 4) John Batchelor throws the ball into play. 5) Coaches watch intensively as their Ingots play. 6) Team members group around Coach Burleson for a new play. 112 — The girls varsity basketball team ended the sea- son with four wins, Washington Township, Mor- gan Township, Hobart, South Central, and thirteen losses. On January 30th, the girls played Calumet at sectionals and lost 34-54. Yolanda Marshall led with five rebounds. Delores Tellez led with five assists and Angie Diaz led with six for six in free throws. She also was leading scorer with sixteen points. Vicky Baker was second with eight points. Tellez and Kim Wagoner each had six turnovers. The girls J.V. basketball team ended their sea son with a 1-14 record. " We could have had a better season, however the team exhibited a lack of dedica- tion, " said Coach Joseph. They were inexperienced and young. With a little more effort the record could have been vastly improved. If the team would have been able to maintain a higher level of consis- tency, they would have been more competitive. Throughout the season the girls showed sparks of winning desire, said Joseph. T Varsity Has 4 Wins 1) The varsity team included: front row; Tina Chambers, Angie Diaz, Jill Orto, Vicky Baker and Jenni Reynolds. Back row: Olga Hernandez, Mary Radish, Shelley Groover, Coach Sawyer, Yo- landa Marshall, Kim Wagoner and Delores Tellez. 2) Team members block the ball. 3) Coach Sawyer briefs her players. 4) Team members walk off the floor after a tough battle. 5) Tina Chambers goes up for a shot. 6) Delores Tellez shoots a free throw. 7) The J.V. team included: P.J. Wiggins, Juana Zambrana, Car- mel la Guel, Alicia Price, Carmen Tellez, Gretchen Guthrie and Coach Joseph. 114 -Young, Inexperienced Team Affects ■ Overall Season For J.V. The seventh grade girls basketball team, coached by Coach Schechner, had a 3 win, 5 loss record. The three teams that the team beat were Lake Station, Fegely, and Washington Township. Coach Schechner said that the girls came a long way and they improved their skills and knowledge of the game 100 percent through the season. The team ' s percentage for free throws was 34 percent. The eighth grade girl ' s basketball team, coached by Miss Kirsits, had a winless 8 game season. Coach Kirsits said, ' ' Every player improved and that makes them outstanding in their own way. The girls had good attitudes, spirit, and drive. " She also com- mented that the girls never gave up. 1) Marlene Otero concentrates on the basket. 2) Dawn House goes up for two. 3) Players work on strategy. Improvement Is Evident While — Spirit And Drive Are High 4) The girl ' s eighth grade basketball team included: Denise Hoobyar, Tamara Palmer, Wendy Phelps, Tracy Pavy, Stacey Tenorio, Tammy Morris, Dawn House, Suzi Haskins, and Coach Kirsits. 5) The girl ' s seventh grade basketball team included: Margarita Mendez, Michelle Munoz, Tara Pelfrey, Dina Cortez, Jamie Drury, Yvonne Bonilla, Margaret Calderin, Amanda Watts, Renee Szwedo, Valerie Dziubla, and Coach Schechner. 117 — The freshman basketball team had a slow start. Ac- cording to Coach Klarer, the team ' s defense wasn ' t bad; it was that they just didn ' t have the desire to excel and hustle. He also commented that Patrick Knox was the leading rebounder and Les Fischer was the leading scorer averaging eight points a game. They ended their season with a 2 win, 14 loss record. The eighth grade basketball team also had a slow start because it lacked in skills and size, said Coach Rosner. He commented that the boys were a good group of young men to work with. Their seasonal record was 0 wins and 13 losses. “The seventh grade team was very coachable, but they lacked fundamentals, " said Coach Spencer. He also said that the team improved as the year pro- gressed. According to Spencer, Eric Dushane was the offensive weapon, Jeff Holder, the defensive weapon, and the best rebounders were John Antal and Ed Garza. Their record was 3 wins and 10 loses. 1) Bill Handley reaches up for " two. " 2) Dave Verduzco takes a shot while Bill Handley guards his opponent s. 3) The freshmen boy ' s basketball team included: front row; Rich Soria, Angel Cruz, Eddie Borja, and Joe McWhirter. Back Coach Klarer, Dwayne Wilson, Patric Knox, Spencer Newlin, Leslie Fischer, and Ron Calvert. 4) Dave Verduzco attempts to shoot above his opponent. Lack Of Fundamentals Causes Slow Start For Basketball Teams 5) The boy ' s eighth grade basketball team included: Stacey Tenorio (manager), Julio Concepcion, Shane Clay, Terry Wilcox, Frank Munoz, Paul Filla, Coach Rosner, Pete Otero, Jeff Muha, Bobby Pitlow, Scott Cantu, Marc Buehler, and Junior Pavy. 6) The boy ' s seventh grade basketball team included: front row: Darren Guess, Ray Gamble, Kenneth Charleston, Reese Price, Carlton Glover, Jeff Rodrick, and Eric Dushane. Back row: Joey Shaffer (manager), Adrian Garza, Mike Bruce, Ed Garza, Mike Rich, John Antal, Jeff Holder, Scott Baldauf, Brian Hoobyar, and Todd Pearson (manager). 119 Varsity Shows Positive — Attitude And Great Potential The baseball team had the finest group of boys I have ever had out for baseball, said Coach Baker who added that the players not only had an excellent attitude on the baseball field but they had a good attitude in the classroom. No one individual was outstand- ing, said Baker. When one person was hav- ing a bad game, someone else picked up the slack. It was a total team effort. The season ended with a 10-14 record. The J.V. baseball team ended with a season record of 1-10. " The team had a lot of poten- tial. " said Coach Whiting who added that Angel Cruz had much of that potential. This was his first year and his batting average was close to 500. Coach Whiting said he had to work on fundamentals more than anything else since most of the J.V. will move up to the varsity squad with eight seniors graduating. Angel Cruz Earns 500 Average 1) The varsity baseball team included, front row: P. Schiller, S. Romeo, G. Tenorio, T. Lewis, and R. Palmer. Middle row: K. Trezak, R. Thompson, D. Verduzco, and J. Hoskins. Back row: Coach Baker, ]. Shelton, T. Warwick, J. Burton, and M. Uhles. 2) Dave Verduzco gets ready to hit a home run. 3) Angel Cruz is determined to hit a grand slam. 4) Tony Lewis warms up before the game. 5) The J.V. baseball team included, front row: R. Soria, M. Lambert, J. McWhirter, B. Buchanan, and Coach Whiting. Middle row: J. Guel, D. Quick, C. Childs, D. Wilson, and J. Allison. Back row: A. Cruz, T. Quick, J. Garza, J. Chambers, J. William- son, and D. Wilson. Inexperience and lack of members lead to poor season The tennis team ended their season with a 1-12 record. The little experience of the team was the main reason for the lack of wins. With the exception of seniors, Sam Romeo and Randy Sink, and sophomore Paula Christakis, the other team members were 1st year members. Sam Romeo, one of the most valuable players, according to Coach Detter- line, competed in the state finals at Indiana- polis High School. Although he lost, he was the first student from River Forest to ever get to the state championships. The cross country team ended with a win- less season. Coach Marszalek said it would have been nice to have a team this year. There must be 5 individuals to make a team. We only had 4. We started with six, but one member moved and another quit. As a conse- quence, each boy had to run as an individual. The last meet the six members had was against Lowell and Whiting. Senior, Jim Gra- ham finished 1st, Tim Mills 9th, Lee Chap- man 10th, Ron Paymaster 11th, and Chris Augustine 12th. Sam Romeo Wins State Playoff Berth 1) The tennis team included: front row: Sam Romeo, Bryan Baker, Rob DeBoer, Shawn Davis, Esequiel Torres. Back row: Coach Detterline, Randy Sink, Lisa Fields, Donna Anderson, Rich Fasel, Paula Christakis, Kieth Persley. 2) Bryan Baker concentrates on the tennis ball. 3) The cross country team included: front row: Lee Chapman, Tim Mills, Ron Paymaster. Back row: Chris Augustine, Jim Graham, Mat Triplett, Coach Marszelak. 4) Lee Chapman stretches for victory. 5) Paula Christakis keeps her eye on the ball. 6) Mat Triplett strides for the gate. 122 2 123 fa fa State Finals Berth Earned Despite Small Team Size " Although it was a disappointing season, said Coach McNabb, there were many per- sonal accomplishments. " The track team had only three members, Vicky Baker, Janine Schiller, and Shelley Groover. They went to every meet and gave their best, said McNabb. Vicky Baker participated in 4 events and earned 105 points during the sea- son. She worked extremely hard and earned the honor of advancing to the girls state fin- als. Janine Schiller participated in 2 events. She was constantly trying to improve the events she was in. She earned a total of 32 points for the season. Sophomore Shelley Groover participated in 4 events. She was willing to try anything new and worked very hard to achieve her goals. She earned 45 points for the season, said McNabb. Vicky Baker Goes To State Finals 1) The girls varsity track team included: Coach Wilson, Manager P.J. Wiggins, Janine Schiller, Shelley Groover, Vicky Baker, Angie Diaz, and Assistant Coach Joseph. 2) Angie Diaz prepares herself before the next meet. 3) Relay team members pose with their baton. 4) Billy Suit is up and over the high jump bar. 5) The boys varsity track team included; front row: Dawn Whitmer, John Buchanan , Dennis Thomason, Jason Carter, Mike Page, Jewell Barnhill, Mark Triplett, and Luke Rios. Back row: Coach Bob Marszalek, Tim Mills, George Wright, Alex Cajigas, Spencer Newlin, Pat Knox, Richey Fasel, Jim Burge, Bill Suit, Jim Graham, and Assistant Coach Dan Oury. 124 Varsity Track Starts Off Slowly But Improves With Season Boy ' s varsity track ended with a losing record. There was a total of 20 boys on the team which was mostly composed of freshmen and sophomores. There were only two returning lettermen, Jim Graham and Tim Mills. The team started off slowly in competitions, but " they seemed to have a lot of determination to suc- ceed, " said Coach Marszalek. The boys won their only meet against Marquette on April 19th, 99-23. Individ- ually for their limited experience the team performed quite well, said Coach Marszalek. One positive point for the team was its diversitility. Team members par- ticipated in all events. The 9th and 10th grade 400m relay and mile relay teams performed well above aver- age for the season, said Marszalek. 125 Boys Have 13 Straight Winning Seasons; Girls Have Excellent Attitudes On Field " They did it again " was the cry as the Jr. High boys track team finished their 13th consecutive winning season, 8-3, and earned their 10th invitational victory in 11 years. Rick Suit, who was undefeated in the 200m dash, led the team in ribbons. Pete Otero set a new Jr. High record in the discus throw. Seventh graders, Mike Bruce and Adrian Garza were named Most Valu- able Players. According to Coach Spencer, a lack of 8th grade participation hurt the program, but those who did participate were very dedicated and performed well. Once again, said Coach Spencer, the 7th grade roster was large. The girls jr. high track team finished their season with 2 wins, Wheeler and Griffith, and 4 losses. In the Wheeler meet many first places were earned. Theresa Groover placed first in high jump, long jump, and 100m dash. Dina Cortez placed first in the 1600m run. Amanda Watts placed first in the 60m dash and Mar- garet Calderin placed first in the 800m run. The team had an excellent attitude and they played great as a group. " Since we were a small team, we did well, " said Coach Kirsits. 126 Many Close Matches Fought As Players Improve Scores The golf team ended with a season record of 3-11. " The team played much better this year, " said Coach Leonard. Our average score was about 20 strokes lower than last year. We lost several close matches: Whiting 225-226, Lake Station 194-200, and Whiting 206-208. Bryan Baker, a freshman, earned the honor of having the lowest score with 43. If our senior players, Randy Sink, Esequiel Torres, and Jim Rodrick had started playing golf their fresh- men year as opposed to their junior year, we would have had a much better season, " said Coach Leonard. Jim Rodrick was named MVP and Esequiel Torres was named Most Improved Player. Jim Rodrick Named MVP Pete Otero Sets Record 1) The Jr. High hoys track team included; front row C Galle gos C. Perez, M. Vargas, J. Shaffer, D. Guess, K. Charleston ; V " ' £ and A. Hopkins. Second row: M. Buehlei ,, j,’ ; R " ce ' Concepcion, R. Cannon, S. Manns, H and, L. Welch, and J. Lopez. Third row: H. Otero, A. Garza B. Hoohyar, R Torres, and K. Bradfield. Back row: Coacl Pencer D Phelps, J. Collmar, J. Crane, M. Bruce, P. Otero R Suit E. Garza, B. Pillow, J. Liherto, J. Holder, and Coacl uetterhne. 2 ) T A he J r - 8 irls track team included; front row: C. Szwedo r R ' Szwedo ’ K Col °n, and Y. Rios. Back row: C Gibbs, D. Cortez, Y. Bonilla, S. Tenorio, M. Calderin D. House, T. Morris, S. Moore, and Coach Kirsits. 3) Randy Sink takes some practice swings. 4) The golf team included: Bryan Baker, Jim Rodrick, Esequiel I or res, Randy Sink, Coach Leonard, and Steve Hall. 5) Jim Rodrick lines up a putt. o Two Seniors Take Second Place In Sectionals The wrestling team, led by Coach Hor- ban. Coach Somers, and Coach Hilla, fin- ished with a record of 6 wins, 8 loses, and 1 tie. Coach Horban commented that the team spirit was good through the months of November and December, but January was a different story. The wrestlers got injured and the team ' s attitude dipped, he said. As for sectionals, however, the team ' s at- titude came back and they did well. Anth- ony Hill and Esequiel Torres took second place. Ray Palmer, Greg Tenorio, Jeff Kitchen, and Joe Ramos took third place. Kenny Johnson, Ladislado Torres, Bobby Tenorio, and Jorge Garza took fourth place. Two wrestlers were sent to regionals, Ese- quiel Torres and Anthony Hill. Their fin- ishing records were 12 wins, 5 losses, and 10 wins, 7 losses respectively. The team finished fourth out of 5 teams. Team Attitude Fluctuates 1) The varsity team included: first row: Anthony Gonzalez, Ladislado Torres, Aden Long, manager Freddie Torres, John Buchanan, Steve Flowers, and Jeff Kitchen. Back row: Coach Horhan, Bobby Tenorio, Kenny Johnson, Steve Crum, Mark Hill, Gilbert Vallejo, Esequiel Torres, Jorge Garza, Anthony Hill, Charlie Somers, Joe Ramos, Greg Tenorio, Ray Palmer, Bryan Baker, and Coach Somers. 2) The Jr. High wrestling team included: first row: Matt Maids — Stacey Bastin, Lisa Remus, Tracy Pavy, and Jenny Kanizar. Back row: Robby Torres, Robert Lane, Rick Suit, Coach Hilla, John Schavey, John Kitchen, and Julius Cis- neros. 3) Mark Hill positions his opponent for a pin. 4) Esequiel Torres, Allen Long, Gilbert Vallejo, and Ray Palmer enjoy the spoils of victory. 5) With great determination, Anthony Hill faces his oppo- nent. 6) Charlie Somers demonstrates his heel-trip position. 7) Positioning his opponent in a cross-face cradle, Charlie Somers goes for a take down. MAIDS LEADERS All Work, No Play For Maids Ten girls composed the mat maids. The bers before a meet. Their other duties includ- maids, under the direction of Miss Watkins, ed setting up the mats and cleaning them, were in charge of making posters and deco- and taking care of statistics before and dur- rating the lockers of wrestling team mem- ing a meet. Varsity Cheerleaders “Go For The Gold " As Squad Earns First Place At Camp Page 130. 1. Mat maids include: front row; C. Campbell, A. Arts, J. Cruz and L. Gallagher. Back row: T. Martinez, L. Fields, and S. Majka. 2. Kim Trusty performs during the pep assembly. 3. R.F. wrestler has a hold on his opponent. Page 131. 1. Varsity cheerleaders are front row: M. Dowd, M. Duffee, and K. McKinney. Back row; K. Trusty, T. Banks, and G. Ramos. 2. G. Ramos, M. Duffee, and K. McKinney goof off during halftime. 3. Mat maids gather before a meet. 4. Varsity squad begins to do a cheer. 131 Cheerleaders Show Their Spirit 2 1. J. V. cheerleaders are: bottom row; Pennie Bailey. Middle row: Marcie Ramirez, Cindy Craigin, and Deanne Dougherty. Top row: Angie Acevez and Gina Banks. 2. Freshmen cheerleaders are: bottom row; Tina Bartley. Middle row: Carmen Tellez, Dana Burton, and Jessica Vallejo. Top row: Judy Clark. 132 1. L. Mendez and T. Morris do their cheer to the school song. 2. J. V. squad builds a mount to end its cheer. 3. The seventh grade squad included: bottom row: J. Drury, D. Cortez, A. Head. Top row: C. Szwedo, V. Dzuibla, and M. Warren. 4. 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Hobart Merrillville Quality Film Processing In Our Own Lab Same Day Service Photo Center 216 Main St. Hobart, IN YEARBOOK STAFF Editor Business Manager — Patty Lynn Cotton Staff: Kim Lawson Rita Soria Penny Biggs Advisor — Davee Muir Photographer: Mike Uhles 149 Index Acevez, Angela 48, 92, 98, 132 Adamczyk, Gene 40, 41 Agnew, Charles 48, 112 Alexander, Dan 63, 73 Alexander, Deanna 48 Alexander, Kim 58 Alfaro, Mike 53 Alfaro, Tina 10, 11, 58, 133 Alleman, Autumn 58, 89 Alleman, Tammy 58, 94 Allen, Elizabeth 48 Allen, Mark 48 Allison, Joey 53, 104, 120 Aired, Darla 44 Aired, Rick 10, 63 Aired, Teresa 63 Amiotte, Candi 63, 94 Anderson, Donna 13, 48, 81, 86, 92, 122 Antal, John 10, 63, 105, 118, 119, 127 Antal, Virginia 48 Armes, Tim 5, 53, 104 Arocho, Tony 18 Arroyo, John 18, 33, 70, 87 Arts, April 18, 21, 26, 130 Arts, Oscar 58 Ast, Christina 53, 86, 95, 96, 97 Aubuchon, Steve 48, 83 Augustine, Chris 53, 122 Augustine, Ruth 18 Bacon, Jerry 63, 73, 80, 88 Back, Melissa 44 Bailey, Joe Bailey, Pennie 48, 81, 92, 93, 132 Baker, Bryan 53, 122, 127, 129 Baker, Fred 41, 103, 120 Baker, Pam 53, 81, 107 Baker, Vicky 4, 14, 15, 18, 21, 32, 33, 70, 71, 73, 106, 107, 124 Baldauf, Scott 63, 105, 119 Banks, Gina 48, 132 Banks, Tina 4, 5, 18, 33, 81, 130, 131 Barnes, Darryl 48, 95, 96 Barnhill, Jewel 112, 124 Barnes, Joseph 44 Baron, Jackie 18 Barrera, Danny 53 Bar rear, Valentino Bartley, Clifford 53 Bartley, Dawn 63 Bartley, Tina 5, 53, 87, 132 Bartley, Tom 44 Bastin, Gary 53 Bastin, Stacy 58, 70, 73, 80, 90, 109, 129 Batchelor, Johnny 48, 112 Baughman, Charles 63, 94 Baughman, George 48, 90 Beach, Sandra 63 Bencie, Mary 39 Bennett, Tammy 53, 92 Berger, Kathy 63, 73 Berkley, Trade 58 Berrios, Julyssa 53, 84 Best, Kevin 48, 90 Best, Laura 18, 20, 92, 93 Best, Michelle 63 Best, Roger 63, 105 Best, Teresa 53, 95 Biggs, Penny 18, 70, 99, 107 Bittle, Russell 63 Blankenship, William 44, 95, 96 Blanton, Shelly 63, 90 Bogle, Robert 63 Bogle, Ronnie 48 Bolles, Kimberly 53, 85, 92, 93 Bonilla, Yvonne 10, 63, 94, 108, 109, 117, 127 Borja, Eddie 53, 90, 118 Borowski, Brian 63 Bowden, Ruby 58, 89 Bowers, Jennifer 63, 88 Boyd, Diane 18 Bradfield, Kevin 63, 88, 90, 105, 127 Braid, Allan 58 Breese, JoEllen 37 Breneman, John 58, 89 Breneman, Rebecca 48 Breneman, Ron 44 Brewer, Christina 53, 88 Brier, Bernadette 40 Broda, Phyllis 39, 84 Bromberg, A1 41 Brown, Cliston 63 Brown, Drohinda 44 Brown, Rex 15, 41, 95, 96 Brown, William 54 Bruce, Michael 10, 11, 63, 119, 126, 127 Buchanan, Billy 54, 120 Buchanan, John 44, 124, 129 Buchanan, Jopseh 54, 88 Buchanon, Pamela 58, 94 Buehler, Marc 58, 89, 105, 119, 127 Budzyk, Amber 63 Buffington, Jennifer 48, 92, 93 Burge, Dale 49, 92 Burge, Jim 124 Burleson, Joe 110, 112 Burns, Teri 18 Burton, Delana 54, 87, 132 Burton, Jack 49, 103, 112, 120 Butler, Jerry 58 Byarlay, Peggy 44, 92, 93 Byers, Michelle 58, 73, 90 Cagle, Vicki 44 Cajigas, Alex 54, 90, 124 Cajigas, Norma 44 Calderin, Margaret 63, 88, 117, 126, 127 Calvert, Ronald 54, 104 Campbell, Christal 49, 84, 91, 92, 130 Campbell, Dwayne 58 Cannon, Michael 49, 92, 93 Cannon, Richard 63, 89, 127 Cantu, Scott 58, 89, 105, 119 Carden, Velma 54 Carroll, Lonnie 49, 103 Carroll, Lynn 64, 94 Carson, Candance 44 Carter, Duane 64, 73, 88 Carter, James 44 Carter, Jason 54, 92, 93, 104, 124 Carter, Melissa 48, 49, 73, 81, 82, 83, 84, 95, 96, 97 Carugati, Christine 64 Carugati, Michelle 44, 86 Cecil, Gale 54, 95, 96, 97 Cecil, Melissa 44 Chambers, James 44, 120 Chambers, Tina 87, 114 Chapman, Leroy 49, 122, 123 Chappo, Mary 49 Charleston, Ken 64, 88, 119, 127 Cherne, Kristine 49 Childs, Christopher 54, 98, 120 Childs, Corey 58, 73, 90 Chirch, Jerry Jr. 58, 105 Chnupa, Peggy 36, 37 Choncoff, Joyce 39 Christakis, Mary 58, 62, 70, 80, 96 Christakis, Paula 15, 49, 92, 93, 98, 122, 123 Christensen, Bishop 58 Cisneros, Julius 58, 80, 129 Cissell, Robert 54 Clark, Judy 54, 87, 132 Clary, Ginger 64, 94 Clay, Shane 119 Clay, Stephen 58, 105 Clemans, Victoria 44 Click, Greg 58 Cochran, Lene 54 Cole, Frank 54, 92 Collins, Carl 64, 73, 89 Collins, Donna 64, 90 Collins, Shannon 64, 89 Collmar, John 58, 90, 105, 127 Collmar, Kelly 7, 49, 81, 84, 85, 90 Colon, Kier 63, 64, 80, 127 Concepcion, Julio 59, 70, 90, 105, 119, 127 Conklin, Randall 64 Conley, David 44, 75, 91, 92, 93 Consier, Tammy 64, 94 Cook, Donald 59, 88, 105 Cortez, Dina 10, 64, 89, 117, 126, 127, 133 150 Cortez, Ruben 49 Cotton, Patty 18, 21, 33, 99, 107 Cox, Brent 44, 92 Cox, Chris 12, 13, 44, 92 Cox, Randy 64 Craigin, Cynthia 49, 81, 107, 132 Craigin, Timothy 49, 103 Crane, Bill 44 Crane, Jerry 59, 105, 127 Crum, Steve 44, 129 Cruz, Angel 54, 118, 120 Cruz, Billy 64 Cruz, Judy 4, 13, 19, 81, 86, 130 Cruz, Julie 64, 94 Csokasy, Mary 64, 88 Curley, Michale 49 Daniel, Barbara 59 Daniel, Sherry 64 Davich, Mike 7, , 33 Davis, Shannon 64 Davis, Shawn 54, 83, 92, 122 Davis, Shawna 44 Davis, Tiffany 54 DeBoer, Robert 54, 122 Delulius, Rob 44 DeLeon, Danny 54 DelValle, Alice 49, 81 DeMoss, Chuck 19, 91, 92, 93 DeMoss, Gary 59, 88 DeMoss, John 49, 92 Derrington, Jeffrey 59 Detterline, Al 41, 110, 122, 127 Devaney, Michael 59 DeVault, David 44, 76, 91, 92 Deyarmin, Kelley 59 Diamond, Dianne 59 Diamond, Jamie 64, 80 Diaz, Angie 45, 87, 89, 107, 114, 124 Diaz, Gladys 59, 94 Dickson, David 49, 89 Dixon, Lisa 12, 13, 48, 49, 81, 89, 92 Dixon, Melissa 54, 81, 92 Dixon, Tammy 64, 88 Doom, Richard 54 Dotlich, Robin 54 Dotson, Gregory 49, 70, 92, 93, 103 Dougherty, Deanne 49, 98, 132 Dowd, Margo 45, 47, 103, 130, 131 Drury, Jamie 10, 11, 64, 88, 117, 133 Dubois, Jerry 64, 89 Dubois, Tracy 54, 92 Duffee, Michelle 4, 5, 19, 20, 33, 81, 130, 131 Dushane, Eric 64, 105, 118, 119 Dwyer, Dan 59 Dyer, Pamela 45 Dyer, Rachel 95 Dziubla, Sheila 54, 74, 86, 95, 96, 97 Dziubla, Valerie 64, 117, 133 Edwards, Cathy 64, 73, 94 Engstrom, Alice 40, 41 Enochs, Veronica 59 Evans, Glenn 59, 70 Evans, Keith 49 Evans, Don 90 Falvy, Pat 40, 119 Fannin, Crystal 64, 89 Fannin, Eric 54 Fasel, Richard 54, 112, 122, 124 Feldpausch, David 49 Fields, Andrea 55 Fields, DeAnne 49, 50, 92, 93, 98 Fields, Lisa 19, 87, 122, 130 Filla, Paul 59, 70, 119 Fischer, Leslie 55, 104, 118 Fischer, Tammy 49 Flach, Robert 37 Fleck, Trade 59 Flores, Lydia 19 Flowers, Steven 50, 92, 129 Ford, Mary 40 Fraley, Donna 50 Fraszczak, Cynthia 45, 86 French, Chris 45 Fuentes, Maria 59, 73, 94 Funes, Doug 55, 90, 104 Gallagher, Cathy 64 Gallagher, Lisa 16, 19, 48, 86, 130 Gallegos, Christopher 64, 127 Gallian, Becky 55 Gamble, Ray 64, 119 Garcia, Sergio 41 Garner, Jerry 45 Garrison, Ray 45 Garza, Adrian 64, 105, 119, 126, 127 Garza, Edward 64, 118, 119, 127 Garza, Fernando 45 Garza, Jorge 45, 91, 92, 120, 128, 129 Gaydos, Jim 124 Georgion, Jan 40 Gibbons, A! 39 Gibbons, Jerry 45 Gibbs, Carol 64, 94, 127 Gill, James 10, 59, 90 Glover, Carlton 64, 119 Gonzalez, Anthony 19, 91, 92, 129 Gonzalez, Carmen 64 Gonzalez, David 59, 90 Gonzalez, Michael 7, 50, 92, 91, 98 Graham, David 59 Graham, Jim 22, 33, 122, 124 Grasa, Robert 59 Grasham, Joelle Green, John Grenert, Bob 41 Gresh, Joyce 64, 94 Griggs, Lessie 65 Griggs, Maryann 65 Grinder, Ronald 55 Grissom, Dave 22, 33, 103 Groover, Brian 45 Groover, Shelly 50, 81, 87, 95, 96, 97, 107, 114 Groover, Theresa 59, 126 Grusak, Barb 39 Guel, Carmela 48, 50, 81, 84, 92, 93, 114 Guel, John 12, 45, 103, 120 Guel, Tina 22, 87, 95, 107 Guess, Darren 65, 88, 119, 127 Gulley, Glenn 65, 88 Gulley, Richard Gurley, Kim 55 Guthrie, Gretchen 50, 114 Guthrie, John 55 Guzman, Sam 65, 105 Hack, Margaret 94 Hairston, Linda I 65 Hall, Brenda 22 Hall, Steven 45, 127 Hampton, Steve 65 Hand, Harvey 59, 105, 127 Handley, Bill 5, 45, 170, 110, 118 Hankins, Kelly 12, 45, 103 Hanna, Danielle 22 Hanna, Paul 59 Hardesty, Connie 55 Haskins, Suzanne 59, 109, 117 Hattendolf, George 76 Haxton, Jill 13, 16, 22, 81, 92, 93 Hayden, Pat 41 Hazelton, Ann 50 Head, Amy 65, 89, 133 Hendriz, Marshall 65 Henk, Kinberly 55 Henson, Jim 4, 20, 22, 33, 103 Henson, Joe 50 Henson, Julie 55 Heridia, Evonne 45 Hernandez, Marisol 59 Hernandez, Olga 107, 114 Hernandez, Susan 50, 95 Herrera, Roberto 65 Hill, Anthony 33, 103, 128, 129 Hill, Mark 4, 12, 22, 129 Hilla, Larry 41, 108, 109, 128, 129 Hinchley, Cheryl 89 Hinshaw, Alethea 59 Hinshaw, James 65, 105 Hidges, Lesa 59 Hoefflicker, Lianne 55 Hogan, Alana 22 Holder, Jeff 7, 10, 65, 118, 119, 151 127 Hollinger, Melody 50 Hontz, Tom 40 Hoobyar, Brian 65, 88, 105, 119, 127 Hoobyar, Denise 59, 90, 109, 117 Hook, Paul 40, 54 Hooks, Kathy 40 Hooper, Jamie 55 Hopkins, Alvin 65, 105, 127 Hoppery, Victoria 65 Horban, Andy 40, 41, 103, 104, 128, 129 Hoskins, John 5, 22, 33, 70, 71, 73, 120 House, Dawn 10, 11, 59, 70, 98, 116, 117, 127, 133 Howell, Alice 65 Howell, Wayne 22 Huber, Chris 45 Hughes, Ron 41 Hunt, Melissa 58, 59, 80, 85 Hunter, Dave 50, 103 Hurey, Sandra 40 Hurley, Stephanie 21 Hurley, Tina 65 Hurley, Vince 21, 70 Hyatte, Eulalia 59, 94 Iorio, Fay 39, 81 Ivers, Kathi 45, 73 I vers, Kirk 65, 105 Janes, Bridget 65, 94 Jansen, Jeanette 55 Jansen, Patty 45 Jansen, Shelly 59 Jeffery, William 55 Jenkins, Karrie 59 Jestes, Glinda 50, 85, 90 Jestes, Luff man 95, 96 Johnson, Connie 94 Johnson, Kenny 55, 92, 128, 129 Johnson, Koni 65 Johnston , Tammy 50 Jones, Denna 59, 94 Jones, Lisa 55 Jones, Ronald 59 Joseph, Tandace 40, 114, 124 Kadish, Karla 7, 46, 92, 107 Kadish, Mary 21, 22, 114 Kallok, Dave 103, 110 Kallok, James 65, 75, 105 Kallok, Roger 65, 75 Kanizar, Buddy 76, 91, 92 Kanizar, Jeanette 60, 70, 80, 90, 129 Kanizar, Missy 23 Kanizar, William 50, 93 Kapciak, Joe 41, 89, 92 Kasper, Joseph 37 Keene, Bobby 23 Kenne, Collette 23 Keene, Terri 50 Keiser, Mark 60 Keller, Natalie 40 Kelly, Julie 65, 88 Kelly, Mathew 55, 88 Kemp, Tim 46, 103 Kennedy, Martha 60 Kieth, Howard 55 King, Debby 23, 30 Kinser, Ann 60, 70, 90 Kinser, Mark 70 Kirkbride, Cindi 46 Kirsits, Theresa 40, 116, 117, 126, 127, 133 Kiser, Lori 55, 87 Kisner, Dewayne 50, 92 Kitchen, Jeff 50, 128, 129 Kitchen, John 60, 105, 129 Klarer, Paul 41, 118 Knox, Dave 94 Knox, John Patrick 55, 73, 81, 103, 104, 118, 124 Kolczak, Pam 23 Kolodziej, Toni 60 Kopery, Steven 65 Kroledge, Virginia 65 Kubiak, Daine 10, 40 Laas, Steven 46 Lacasto, Donna 37 Lambert, Michael 55, 120 Lane, Robert 60, 90, 129 Langston, Fonda 50 Lasiniski, Christina 50 Lavrick, Amy 60, 94, 109 Lawson, Kimberly 50, 95, 99 Lebo, Mike 40 Lemley, Stacy 10, 65, 94 Lemmon, Robert 55 Leonard, Dennis 41, 102, 103, 127 Lewis, Dannie 45, 46, 73, 110 Lewis, Glenda 55, 95 Lewis, Tony 4, 23, 33, 91, 103, 120 Liberto, Denise 23, 73, 95, 96, 97 Liberto, Joe 65, 105, 127 Light foot, Debra 46 Linebaugh, Leah 60 Linsner, John 50 Linsner, Valerie 51 Lockhart, John Michael 55 Logan, Bill 41 Long, Allen 7, 12, 129 Long, Carol " Renee " 51 Long, William 66, 89, 105 Lopez, Juan 60, 105, 127, 90 Loving, Jennifer 10, 66 Lunghofer, Tina 23 Lyons, David 55, 92 Majka, Maxine 66 Majka, Sherry 23, 130 Majka, Walter 51 Major, Betty 41 Manns, Shane 66, 94, 127 Manns, Steve 66 Mansberry, Jimmy 66, 89 Manship, Angela 66 Mansur, Karla 51, 95, 96, 97, 107 Marcrom, Shelly 14, 55 Marlow, Dwayne 91, 92, 76 Marrs, Dana 51 Marts, Theresa 56 Marshall, Yolanda 46, 70, 84, 98, 107, 114 Marszalek, Robert 41, 122, 124, 125 Martin, Chris 94 Martinez, Monica 46, 87 Martinez, Pauline 56 Martinez, Teresa 23, 95, 130 Mattox, Dawn 56 McClure, Mary 60, 94 McCloskey, Penny 60, 94 McDaniel, John 110, 41 McKenzy, Melinda 76 McKinney, Chuck 90 McKinney, Kelly 11, 46, 81, 103, 130, 131 McNabb, Pat 41 McWhirter, Joe 56, 90, 104, 118, 120 Medellin, Richard 51, 110 Meegan, Michelle 66 Melton, William 66 Mendez, Lisa 10, 60, 133 Mendez, Margarita 66, 94, 117 Mendez, Ruben 44, 46, 71, 73, 81 Mercandante, Orest e 56 Milam, Curtis 46 Miller, Anita 60 Miller, Charles 23, 81, 82, 84, 96 Mills, Perry 110 Mills, Tim 46, 112, 124, 125 Mireles, Demas 60 Mitchell, Tom 12, 13 Mohr, Kenneth 60 Mohr, Randy 66, 127 Monnier, Kenneth 60, 94 Montes, Trinidad 51 Moore, Sandra 60, 127 Mora, Angelica 60, 89 Morris, Tammy 60, 70, 94, 109, 117, 127, 133 Morrison, Jeremy 66 Mueller, Ruth 107 Muha, Jeffery 10, 61, 90, 105, 119 Muha, Lisa 21, 48, 99 Muir, Davee 40, 41, 98, 99 Mundo, Patty 61 Muniz, Demaris 94 Munoz, Frank 10, 61, 89, 119 Munoz, Michelle 66, 89, 117 Nafus, Charles Needham, Carol 39 Nelson, Sharlet 66, 94 Nelson, Stacey 51, 95 Newlin, Spencer 56, 104, 118, 124 152 Newsom, Barry 56 Newsom, Misty 61, 73, 90, 109 Newton, John 10, 37 Nicoloff, Rachel 39 Nieves, Annette 44, 46 Nieves, Kimberly 56 Noggle, Donald 56 Noggle, Judy 46 Nolan, Traci 66, 94 Norman James 51 Norman, Jenella 66 Norman, Margo 7, 23 Norman, Pixie 56 Norman, Robert 60, 61 Norman, Saundra 46 North, Steven 56 Nunez, Armando 46 Nunez, Joe 20, 21, 26, 76, 92, 93 Nunez, Salvador 56 Ondo, Margie 26, 81, 86, 95, 96, 97 Ortiz, Francis 46 Orto, Jill 51, 75, 81, 95, 96, 97, 107 Osborn, Angel Osborn, Betty 88 Otero, Hector 61, 127 Otero, Joe 56 Otero, Marlene 66, 89 Otero, Peter 10, 11, 61, 90, 105, 119, 126, 127 Oury, Dan 40, 41, 142 Pacheco, Hector 61, 89 Pacheco, Wilfredo Padron, Candi 66, 89 Page, Kim 66, 94 Page, Mike 103, 124 Page, Susan 26 Page, Timothy 61, 105 Palmer, Ray 21, 26, 33, 73, 81, 91, 92, 93, 120, 128, 129 Palmer, Rodney 66 Palmer, Tamara 10, 61, 90, 117, 91, 133 Paradine, Greg 66 Paradine, Paulette 56 Paris, Jimmy 56 Parrott, Stephanie 66, 94 Patillo, Mike 26 Patillo, Tom 46 Pavlinac, Barbara 66 Pavilnac, Sharon 66 Pavy, Don 46, 74, 95, 96, 103 Pavy, James 61, 119 Pavy, Tracy 61, 80, 90, 117, 129 Paymaster, Ronald 5, 51, 122, 123 Payton, Jody 66, 94 Pearman, Robert 61 Pearman, Staci 66 Pearson, Larry 46, 76, 91, 95, 96 Pearson, Todd 61, 75, 119 Peel, Lori 61 Pelfrey, Tara 66, 94, 117 Pelfrey, Vince 4, 26, 33, 73, 81, 82 Peluyera, Leticia 51, 84, 85, 87 Perez, Corey 66, 105, 127 Perez, Frank 54, 56 Perez, John 46 Perez, Mary 46, 86 Perez, Suzette 51 Persley, Keith 46, 122 Peters, Christianna 67, 94 Petroff, Dina 61, 70, 80, 94 Petruska, Geraldine 37 Petruska, Kai 39 Petruska, Kal 39 Phares, Susie 26, 70, 92 Phelps, Don 61, 127 Phelps, Wendy 61, 117 Pickford, Jack 67, 89 Piesyk, Kris 67 Pitlow, Robert 61, 75, 95, 96, 119, 127 Podenski, Kammy 67, 89 Popenhagen, James 61, 83, 105 Popenhagen, John 46, 90 Popenhagen, Tina 56 Potts, Lisa 61 Potts, Melissa 51 Price, Alicia 56, 90, 114 Price, Reese 67, 119, 127 Prince, Deanna 56, 90 Propeck, John 56 Quick, Daniel 56, 104, 120 Quick, Joady 26 Quick, Troy 103, 120 Radcliffe, Trena 37 Rael, Carla 15, 20, 21, 27, 75, 87, 95, 96, 97 Rajsic, Bob 40, 41 Ralph, Donald Ramirez, Fernando 27 Ramirez, Genaro 27, 33 Ramirez, Joe 10, 67, 105 Ramirez, Marcie 51, 84, 85, 92, 132 Ramos, Gina 46, 92, 130, 131 Ramos, Joe 12, 46, 103, 128, 129 Ramsay, Kim 67, 109 Ranke, Derak 61 Reberg, Doug 27 Reed, David 56, 92 Reed, Melinda 67, 94 Remus, Lisa 10, 61, 70, 88, 109, 129, 133 Reygaert, Jim 41 Reynolds, Jennifer 56, 84, 92, 114 Reynolds, Susan 92 Rheinholtz, Vicki 46, 86, 92, 107 Rice, Teddy 103 Rich, Michael 67, 88, 119 Rich, Theresa 47 Richardson, Bobby 56, 89, 95, 96 Richardson, Tammy 27 Riddle, Tonya 67, 89 Rieck, Kay 7, 40, 41, 68, 107 Riffle, Michael 56, 104 Risley, Paul 51 Rios, Luke 56, 90, 124 Rios, Yvette 61, 90, 108, 109, 127 Robbins, Janet 40, 41 Roberts, Bruce 57 Roberts, Dawn 61, 109 Robison, Jim 4, 5, 7, 20, 21, 27, 33, 103 Rodgers, Paul 47 Rodrick, Jeff 67, 73, 88, 119 Rodrick, Jim 33, 127 Rodriguez, Israel 30 Rodriguez, Wanda 27 Rogers, Lisa 67, 94 Romeo, Sam 27, 33, 92, 110, 120, 122 Rosado, Angelica 47, 70 Rosado, Danny 57, 93 Rosado, David 57, 92 Rosado, Ruth 27 Rose, Renee 67 Rosner, Richard 10, 40, 41, 103, 104, 105, 118, 119 Ross, Donna 61 Rust, Brenda 57 Rust, Kelly 57 Santiago, Joseph 27, 91 Santiago, Peter 57, 92 Santmyre, Kimberly 51 Sapper, Dorothy 39 Sawyer, Cynthia 114 Scasny, Sonia 51 Scasny, William 67, 105 Schaefer, Natalie 57 Schaffer, Joey 73 Schavey, Jim 47 Schavey, Johnny 62, 105, 129 Schavey, Mikki 12, 27, 92, 93, 107 Schechner, Lore 10, 40, 41, 116, 117 Schiller, Janine 16, 27, 81, 106, 107, 124 Schiller, Phillip 51, 112, 120 Schindler, Neal 57, 85 Schindler, Tonya 62 Schuffert, Matthew 62, 70, 73, 89 Schumacher, Norma 51, 74, 86, 95, 96, 97 Sch wager, Patricia 47, 71, 73, 82, 95 Scobey, Robert 40, 41 Scott, Don 10, 11, 62 Self, James 62, 105 Self, Mary 30, 85, 87, 95 Serrano, Jessie 46, 47 Servin, Jim 67 Shaffer, Joey 67, 94, 119, 127 Shad, Chris 67, 94 Shelton, Jay 47, 110, 120 Shriver, Bret 30 Siebert, Kim 13, 30„ 48, 81, 86 Sikora, Lois 62, 80, 90, 109 Sink, Randy 20, 30, 33, 70, 94, 92, 122, 127 Sinks, Lori 52 Skees, Shane 67, 105 Slater, Weldon 41, 90, 92, 40, 76 Sliz, Richard 62 Smith, Brad 47, 92, 98 Smith, Trade 47 Snellgrove, Mary E. 57, 73 Snyder, Dennis 47 Sobel, Darren 47 Soboleski, Nina 62, 73, 89 Soderquist, Keith 57, 92, 93 Soderquist, Marie Somers, Charlie 52, 129 Soria, John 57 Soria, Miguel 47, 70 Soria, Richard 57, 92, 118, 120 Soria, Rita 30, 92, 93, 99 Sosa, Christopher 62, 105 Sosa, Mona 30 Sosbe, Jerry 62 Soto, Kenny 62 Soto, Wanda 57 Speed, Lee 62, 105 Spencer, Bob 31 Spencer, Jim 40, 41, 118, 126, 127 Spencer, Virginia 12, 52, 87 Springman, Jodi 5, 13, 20, 21, 31, 99 Stanfield, Rodney 103 Stanfill, Rodney 52 Stevens, Ricky 49, 52 Stover, Cecilia 62 Suit, Bill 51, 90, 103, 112, 124 Suit, Richard 62, 104, 105, 127, 129 Svetcoff, Peter 36, 37 Szparaga, Timothy 57 Szwedo, Cathy 7, 66, 67, 88, 108, 109, 133 Szwedo, Chris 47, 86, 107, 88, 127 Szwedo, Renee 67, 89, 108, 109, 117, 127 Szwedo, Shelly 5, 52, 86 Tall man, Dwight 37, 81 Taylor, Tiffeni 52 Tellez, Carmen 57, 1, 132 Tellez, Delores 47, 92, 107, 114 Tenorio, Bob 92, 103, 128, 129 Tenorio, Greg 47, 103, 120, 128, 129 Tenorio, Stacey 62, 108, 109, 117, 119, 127 Tenorio, Tina 5, 47, 73 Thomas, Rachel 57 Thomas, Tony 57, 90, 104 Thomason, Dennis 103, 104, 105, 124 Thompson, Charity 67, 94 Thompson, Paul 52, 73 Thompson, Rodney 31, 21, 120 Thormann, Doug 47, 70, 81, 92 Tippett, Donald 37 Torres, Elvira 67, 94 Torres, Esequiel 33, 127, 128, 129 Torres, Freddie 129 Torres, Robert 67, 89, 105, 127, 129 Trenshaw, Barbara 52, 86, 92 Trenshaw, Laura 20, 31 Trezak, Kevin 47, 91, 92, 93, 120 Trial, Robin 95 Triplett, Mark 57, 124 Triplett, Mat 57, 122 Trusty, Jason 58, 62, 70, 80 Trusty, Kim 4, 21, 31, 130, 131 Tschopp, Debbie 94 Turpin, Carolyn 41 Tuttle, Kimberly 57 Uhles, Mike 47, 92, 99, 110, 120 Uribe, John 47, 70, 81 Uribe, Ray 4, 5, 21, 31, 32, 33, 70, 71, 73, 81, 91 Vallejo, Gilbert 5, 16, 20, 21, 31, 33, 74, 76, 81, 87, 91, 92, 93, 96, 98, 129 Vallejo, Jessica 56, 57, 81, 87, 92, 132 Vanaman, Steven 57, 90 Vargas, Mark 67, 88, 127 Vargas, Saul 62, 89, 127 Vaughan, Chrissy 67, 94 Verduzco, Alejandra 57, 86 Verduzco, Ana 67, 92, 94 Verduzco, David 4, 31, 33, 81, 103, 110, 120 Verduzco, Julis 62, 88 Vernon, Joni 31 Vernon, Kathy 52, 73 Villarreal, Tom 52 Voutsinas, Kim 13, 31, 85 Wagoner, Kim 47, 81, 87, 107, 114 Walker, Kelli 52, 74, 76, 86, 91, 92 Walllace, David 57, 73, 81, 95, 96 Warren, Herbert 37 Warren, Marsha 67, 133 Warren, Melissa 52 Warren, Randy 57, 73, 92, 93 Warwick, Tony 31, 103, 120 Watkins, Don 41 Watkins, Terry 40, 41, 73 Watson, E.J. 52 Watts, Amanda 67, 94, 109, 117, 126, 127 Watts, Marija 57, 92, 93 Watts, Sara 57, 92 Wefler, Mark 62, 96 Welch, Larry 67, 127 Wells, Jim 41 Werner, Wayne 62, 89 Westmoreland, Pam 62, 90 Weyer, Torri 62, 90 Wheeler, Denise 67 Wheeler, Judy 63, 67, 73, 80, 94 White, Patricia 57 Whiting, Betty 40, 41, 86, 87 Whiting, Kirk 40, 41, 102, 103, 120 Whitmer, Dawn 47, 92, 93, 124 Wiatrowski, Mike 47 Wiggins, Pamela J. 57, 107, 114, 124 Wilcox, Jerry 62, 105, 119 Wilcox, Sonja Wilcox, Terry 90 Wilkie, Billy 62, 105 Wilkie, Shannon 67, 89 Wilkie, Yvette 47, 81, 92, 93 Williams, David 52 Williams, John 31 Williams, Sheila 62, 94 Williams, Sherry 67 Williamson, Brian 89 Williamson, Joey 47, 75, 91, 92, 93, 120 Willing, Art 41 Wilson, Danny 120 Wilson, Deanna 57 Wilson, Dwayne 57, 92, 118, 120 Wilson, Gretchen 94 Wilson, Rachel 57 Wilson, Sonia 52, 92 Wright, Albert 47, 74 Wright, Betty 67, 94 Wright, George 57, 90, 124 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