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LOS ALAMOS HIGH SCHOOL LIBRA^JY LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO


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1st row — Tonia Smith, Pam West, Amy Hill, Sarah Petersen, Kathy Whalen, Charlotte Hwang, Diane Sojka, Kevin Pederson, Renee Hayes, [Don Brancato, Leslie Evans. 2nd row — Pat Neher, Perry Sherwood, Mike Ebinger, Dick Stein, lean Black, Paul Reninger, Eynne Eorrest. 3rd row — Brian Elliott, George Brooks, Sonja Donaldson, Cindy Mynard.

Yesterday. . . a time past, a time to reflect upon and learn from. Today . . . a time present, a time to live because tomorrow it will be yesterday. This yearbook has brought together yesterday and today in the theme "Yesterday Once More." It is an appropriate theme for the 1976 La Loma. As America celebrates its 200th birthday, the La Loma celebrates the students of LAHS, both past and present. The time spent by the photographers and the help given by Mr. T. was greatly appreciated. Special thanks must be given to you, the students, for making this yearbook possible. LA LOMA STALE


1974 Bellamy Award School For The State Of New Mexico


When LA Was Still Young


Left: Color guard delivers the flag during bicentennial celebration. Below Left: Los Alamosites circle Ashley Pond during historic tribute. Below: Local scouts unfurl the flag.

Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top: Topper Band prepares for their halftime bicentennial salute. Bottom: Fife and drum escort the colors around Ashley Pond in bicentennial pageantry.


Fun For All Seasons

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Right: Agonizing over typewriter drills. Mid Right: Parking lot congestion. Below: Mr. Mac's Magic Band gets it on. Bottom: Enjoying English?

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Activities Varied Greatly

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Seasonal moods in Los Alamos

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Musical Groups Bring Harmony The LAHS Orchestra, directed by Mr. Don Beene, performed fall, winter, and spring concerts. Twentyeight members of the orchestra were selected to play in the annual AllState Music Festival. There were also thirty-one band members and twenty-five choir members that participated in the festival. Jan McDonald directed the marching band, two concert bands, and three stage bands this year. The largest marching band ever at LAHS performed half-time shows at home football games. Mr. Mac's Magic Band was led by drum majors John Wallworkand Forrest Williams. Pep bands also performed at home basketball games. The Symphonic and Concert Bands gave many concerts throughout the year. John Wallwork, first trumpet in the Symphonic Band and Orchestra, was selected to be in the McDonald's (hamburgers) All-American High School Band. Wallwork marched in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Rose Bowl Parade.

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Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top Left: Concentration. Top Right: Co-operative effort. Middle: Bass is beautiful. Bottom: The LAHS Orchestra. Far Left: Where's the band? Top Right: "Woodshed, woodshed!" Left: Getting it together. Bottom: "What's down there?"

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Stage Band Seventy-five musicians participated in the three stage bands directed by Mr. McDonald. Stage Bands I and II received superior ratings at the West Mesa Jazz Festival. The first |azz Ensemble performed numerous concerts and were invited to play at the State Capitol for "Music in our Schools Days" and in the Santa Fe Plaza to welcome the Bicentennial Wagon Train. The highlight of the year for the stage bands was a clinic and concert with Clark Terry, a famous jazz trumpet player.

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Choir There are four choir programs this year under the direction of Mr. Dan Sass. The LA Choir, Gentlemen of Note, Pajarita Girls' Choir, and Repertory Singers have given numerous concerts this year. The LA Choir was asked to perform at the State Capitol for "Music in our Schools Days." The seventy-five member LA Choir traveled to Los Angeles, California this spring to perform at various churches and schools. The choir also visited the NBC Studios and Disneyland.

Top Left: LA Choir sings. Middle Left: Singing â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Kathy Tallman. Above: Town choirs rehearse. Left: Pajarita Choir at Christmas. Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top: The first stage l^and cooks. Middle Left: The "M e" friendliest man. Middle Right: The 1975-76 All-State musicians. Bottom Right: Clark Terry and his everpresent smile.

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Top Right: Lining up after the homecoming parade. Above: Intensity plus. Right: Dancing to the tunes. Far Right: Preparing for the game. Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bottom Left: The majorettes (L-R) Julie Andrews, Dee Dee Hampton, and Debbie Bender. Bottom Right: DeeDee kicks high. Top Right: An exciting Christmas party. Top Left: Missy W ickline enjoys Santa's lap.

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Girls Helping Boys' Teams This year's drill team provided spectacular halftime performances at the football and basketball games. Summer practices helped the girls to prepare for the State Fair Parade and a summer clinic, which was held in Portales. Extra practicing hours were used to prepare the girls for State Drill Team Clinic at Albuquerque High. Officers this year are: Theresa Herrera, captain; Missy Wickline, co-captain; Diane Sojka, treasurer; and Lyle Lockett, secretary. The majorettes for this year featured twirler Dee Dee Hampton, Debbie Bender and |ulie Andrews. They not only twirled at all football games, but they also provided halftime entertainment at the basketball games. The majorettes were not only restricted to performing at home games. They also attended out of town games with the band, and ushered for band concerts.

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Cheerleaders Cry Victory 1he six varsity cheerleaders for the year 1975-76 were Yvette Gibbs, Nina Gram, Loretta Lora, Debbie Mortensen, Dee Niethammer and Leslie Wageman. During the year, the ac tivities of the cheerleaders vary from the actual cheering at the games to many hours of work behind the scenes. Money must be raised for the uniforms as well as supplementing the Irudget for out-of-town trips. The purpose of the cheerleaders is to promote and uphold school spirit, to develop a sense of good sportsmanship among the students, and to better relationships between schools during athletic events.

Top Right: Duh, Football! Above: Cheerleaders (L-R) Leslie Wageman, Yvette Gibbs, Dee Niethammer, Nina Gram, Loretta Lora, Debbie Mortensen. Above Right: Topper Spirit. Right: A thorn amongst the roses.

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Top: LAHS cheerleaders make a pyramid at a pep rally. Far Left: JV cheerleaders grin to Topper Power. Left: julie and Barb set a striking pose. Bottom: )V cheerleaders of 1975-76 (L-R) Lynne Courtright, Ada Maestas, Julie Sul, Barb Branch, Dana Hart, Martha Maes.

JV Cheerleaders Promote Spirit

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Below: W inning senior float. Bottom: Sophomore float unrJer construction. Below: The natives are restless. Bottom: Bicentennial trio.

Homecoming: Topper Style This year's homecoming haci a little extra flair since it tied in with the bicentennial theme. Senior Dee Nietharnmer was crowned homecoming queen and the Toppers dropped Goddard 27-7 that night. The winning senior float displayed a mechanical man, complete with top hat and cane. It was made from scrap metal, gears, and wire.

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Dee Niethammer, Homecoming Queen. Dee and Escort, Bill Myers.

The Homecoming Court (L-R) Carrie Cummings, Dee Niethammer, Debbie Mortensen, Loretta Lora, Kristi Maltrud.

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'Has anybody seen my partner?'' Below: Caught up in the vibes.

Olions' winning float. Lelia and Kenny enjoy the dance.

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Olions Fall Production: "See How They Run"

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Upper Left: Happy faces? Middle: "Just praying," says Ric hard Reichelt. Top: Ellen lahoda explains the situation. Above: The tall and short of it. Left: Orlando Lucero threatens Patty Nagel.

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'76 Topper Revue The Way It Was The 1976 version of Topper Revue was a spectacular success. Over one hundred people were turned away at the door for the Saturday night performance due to a sellout. There were many new techniques used in the lighting and stage sets which added to this year's visual effect. Emcees Ben Barthell, Teri Gibney, Roxy Carter, Pete Bernard, Val Voelz, and Sarah Warren were under the direction of John Blinde. Bruce Nereson was the stage manager. Elighlights of Topper Revue were the class skits, Elvis, and the traditional Senior Boys' Dance.

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Opposite Page — Top Left: Elvis with Butch Greaser and the Hubcaps. Top Right: Mark and Steve tell a story about "Big John." Middle: 2001 — a space obesity! Bottom: Indians huddle up in the Senior Skit. Top: "Flat Foot Floogie with a Floy-Floy." Middle Left: Rick behind the scenes in the sound booth. Middle Right: Bluegrass jam. Bottom: Emcees (L-R) Teri Gibney, Pete Bernard, Val Voelz, Ben Barthell, Roxy Carter, Sarah Warren.

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'76 Science Fair Winners LAHS Science Fair entrants fared well this year, taking many special awards. Steve Roof placed first in the biological division with his project, "The Effects of Sewage Plant Effluent on a Small Stream." He also garnered a second place from the NMCCAW. The earth science division saw Mike Ebinger capture the blue ribbon for his "Archeological Investigation of Specific Areas on the Pajarito Plateau." Grant Stokes placed first in the physical science division with his project "A Study of the Annihilation of Antimatter." He was also recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Other senior division winners were Herbert Vogel, physical science; and john Courtright, biological science.

Above Right: Mike Ebinger adds the finishing touches. Above Center: John Courtright explains his project. Above Left: Bryan Upham, Steve Roof (NMCCAW winners). Above: Herbert Vogel prepares his exhibit. Right: Public judgement.

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Hilltalkers competed in twelve tournaments in two states. They won five first place team sweepstakes, along with sixty-one trophies. Steve Blair and Ed Stockly, along with Daryl Hoffman, received highest honors for winning the debate championship and original oratory for New Mexico, respectively. They will attend the National Speech Tournament at the Air Force Academy, |une 13-17. Steve Blair was the state winner of the V.F.W. Voice of Democracy contest and Ollie Landahl won the Bicentennial Youth Debates' extemporaneous speaking.

Hilltalkers First In 5 Tourneys

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Key Club Aids Community This year Key Clul) was involveci in many community activities. They helped with the Kiwanis Kids' Day and a toy drive for the children of Rio Arril)a County. Also, Key Clul) actively worked with the Bloodmohile and the National Kidney Foundation. Key Club officers this year were Orlando Lucero, president; Bob Martin, vicepresident; Steve Hammond, secretary; Phillip Pellette, treasurer.

Top: Candy W ill, Bob Martin, Phillip Pellette, Orlando Lucero, Steve Hammond; Key Club officers. Above Left: Attentive members at Key Club meeting. Above Right: Hammond and Berteloot making plans. Right: 75-76 Key Club.

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Below: Kathy and Bill tie the knot while others look on. Bottom: Couples dance under the marital arches.

Below: Students are caught up in the rhythm. Lower Right: John Courtright does his thing.

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'76 Student Government Days A Success I his yc'ar's Student Covernmc'nt Day was sponsorc'd jointly by th(' I AHS Student Counc il ancJ the county. Over fifty students from the high sc hool and the junior highs partic ipateci in running the county for cjne (Jay. In the morning the youths look on counterpart roles with local employees. A buffet lunch was helcJ at the Inn, where Governor .Airodac a addressed the students and their countc'rparls. I hat afternoon, most of the slucJent cJelegatcs visited the police' station. The mock ccruncil mc'eting was held that evening, in which a number of issues were disc ussc'd. Among these were' the' 1976-1977 fiscal l)U(Jgc't, a nc'w youth c enter, and new bic ycle trails. Sic'vc' I lammoncJ served as county council chairtnan. The other six councilmen were Kathy Tallman, Cain McCall, Diane Sojka, OrlancJo 1uc ero, |ohn Lilley, and Charlotte Watson.


Left: Steve Hammond runs the council. Center: Students receive briefing on the day's activities. Below Left: Governor Apodaca and |udy Wolfe find time to talk during the busy day. Below Right: Kathy, lane, and Frog laugh it up during the meeting.

Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top Right: Captain Bequette explains the operation of a tear-gas gun. Top Left:Local officers receive commendation from the county council board. Bottom Right: Mary Asbridge reviews the budget. Bottom Left: A tour of the Mesa Public Library.

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Right: lâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;-)7S-7() Studenl C oliik il. Below: Student Counc il officers â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (L-R) Charlotte Hwang, rec ording sec rotary; Russell Arc huletta, vice-president; Teri Cibnc'y, treasurer; Orlando Lucero, presicient; Charlotte Watson, fjookstore c hairrnan. Below Right: Senior Mary Loley and Tom Miller, counselor, help lim Ihayer during sophomore crrientation. Bottom Right: Miss Cordova and Orlando look over the c ounc il's itinerary.

Student Council This year's version of the Student Council responded well to community needs. Although sometimes the council was too big to manage, they sponsored several community services. The council cJirected the traditional homecoming events in September. In April they co-sponsorecf Student Government Days with the county. Most of the 50 participants in this program came from the student council. The council also held a fund drive in spring for cancer treatment.

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Top Left: Food for thought. Top Right: Afternoon bridge game. Above Left: Mike Furnish makes his move. Above: No dummy here. Left: The Chess Club.

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OEA Members Active At LAHS OEA (Offico Education â&#x20AC;˘\ssodation) is the youth organization for students interested in the business world. Besides b('ing ac tive in l:iusiness, the OEA at Los Alamos participates in many school and community projects and enjoys social activities. The OEA provicies the opportunity lor business students to compete in regional, state, and national contests. It is part of the education program, which is designed to cievelop leadership al)ility in the American business system, and competency in office occupations. Middle Left: Theresa Ryan contemplates her work. Middle Right: |ody Hayes explaining what to do. Bottom: Front row (sitting) (L-R): tody Hayes, Barb Eichor, Linda Bequette, Karen Eichor, and BrencJa Pyljurn. Second row (L-R): Michelle Weeks, Brenda Carpenter, Debbie Martinez, Dona Payne, Carnmy Naranjo, Lelia LaRotunda, Chris Weaver, Beth Waldschmidt, Karen Snider. Back row (L-R): Mrs. Bess Hegler (sponsor), Lucy Thomas, Rosemary Schlosser, Ellen Moulton, Annie Blackstock, Suzette Ashment, Barb Keady, Annette Brundige, Yvonne Cuenette, Theresa Ryan and Carol Kazek.

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Star Gazers Enjoy Year Top Left: Mrs. Ross is snake bit over astronomy. Top Right: Late risers. Middle Left: Astronomy club: Front row (L-R): Honey Moore, Richi Barnes, Tony Davis, Steven McGhee. Back row (L-R): left Hill, David Knapp, John Lucas, Neil Fraser, Mrs. Inez Ross. Bottom Left: Astronomy Club enjoying great outdoors.

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Nature's Friends Active STSOt's Slu(l('nl I rav('ling r\wdr('n('ss I(vim lor ihc' Fnvironmc'nl (ST ATE) is a U'am ol 20 higli s( hool stiuk'nls. On(' U'am gives prr'sr'nlalions lo lh(' ('k'mr'ntary schools and the other gives presentations to high school stucJents and arJults. I h(' stLick'nls organize their own material (slide's, skits, s[X'('ch('s, songs) into a |H('sentation rk'signe'd to inform and dramatize' the' e'nvirernmental pre)l)lems e)f Ne'w Me'xie e>, stressing the neeel ferr sluelents te> lake a merre e'nvire)nmentallv e'ekie ateel anel active role in serk ing the' prerhlems. The"/ have traveleel threrugherut New \texico anel into Colorado, Texas, and Arizona upern invitation and performeel tor apprerximatel'/ 20,000 people in their 6 '/ears of existence.

Top Right: The wise e)ld owl gives a hoot! Top Left: Litter, litter, litter. Middle Right: leanne Hollabaugh dresses up. Above: Traveling team â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top row (L-R): Tim lohnson, Eric Keller, Robert Pena, Leonard Zinn, Peter Prince, and Sue Thurston. Bottom row: Charlotte Watson, l isa Ballance, Sarah Petersen, Diana Quinn, and Karol Gillespie. Right: Elementary team â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top row (L-R): Lisa Byers, Wendy Ruppel, Honey Moore, Wendy Gregory, jeanne Hollabaugh, and Suzy Frazier. Bottom: Hal Demuth, Helen Orlicky, Chris Moore, and Robert Masterson.

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Above: Art Clul) poses for group pic lure. Left: Up to her elbows in clay. Below Left: Examining the w'ork. Bottom Right: Team work in jc'wc'lry.

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Archaeology Club: Dig It

Right: Sc'iirt hing lor arlllar Is. Below: \lr. Ri'ik'v |)oints to a hi(l(i(>n kiva. Below Right: |)ast remnant. Bottom Left: ,Mn\ ing to another site. Bottom Right: I aking a Irrr'ak


Miller's Play Successful "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller was an intense drama about the Salem witch trials. The sharp angles of the platforms, stark lighting, and hanging crosses were current techniques used to emphasize the theme. A great deal of talent went into the production of such a sensitive and powerful performance. Director John Blinde said, "Our efforts have been to create an ensemble performance that will stimulate a passionate attention rather than inspire an intellectual analysis." Mary Foley was assistant director and Kathy Whalen was stage manager.

Top Left: Mason and Richard: a confrontation. Left: Accusation of the witches. Top: Courtroom scene. Above: A shameful pose. Above Left: Sarah and Richard: a family scene.

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special Ed Shows Spirit The special ed. class has seven active students: Richie Barnes, Doug Bouchard, Lynn Click, Sandra Larson, John Mason, Terry McFatridge, and Tina Shalek. They take part in many high school activities, such as promoting spirit during all the sporting events. Some participate in regular classes, sue h as physical education, typing, cafeteria work, chef's clul), and office assistants. ^he stucients also go on field trips that consist of going to the state fair, Santa Maria El MiraeJor (to visit former classmates), the special Olympics, and an end of the year over night camping trip. Richie and Terry, attended the International Olympics in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, in August 1975, where they won silver and bronze medals, and received a letter of congratulations from Gov. Apodoca. Their teacher Mrs. Betty Burns and Mrs. )oyce Gitomer is the part time aide.


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Far Left: Tina goes for a punt. Left: Enjoying a quiet moment. Below Left: Exercise is fun! Bottom Left: Doug makes contact while Richie looks on.

Opposite Page — Top Right: John waits for the ball. Middle Right: Terry and Richie studying with Mrs. Burns. Bottom: Making posters for the special Olympics.

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Below Left: Sw('ll servic e, 'lO's slyle. Bollom Left: Saturday night at the hof).

Below: Roc kin' round thc> c loc k. Bottom: Mike Edwards enjoying the dance.

Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay


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Top: Kathy and limmy enjoy the music. Middle Left; Sweethearts court and c'sc orts â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (L-R): Ben Barthell and Leslie Wageman, kirk Stokes and Dec Niethammer, Loretta Lora anil l ex Z(>rv\as (king); Nina Graham and Bill Myers, Yvc'tte Gil)hs and Walt Arnold. Above: Rock on. Left: Moonlit evening at Muldoon's Point.

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Orlcindo Lm cro was a parlic ipani in tiK' U.S. ScnaU' Y o li II i Program, \\ lii^ h w as sf)()nsor('(l l)y i Ik ' W illiam Kan(l()l|)h lU'arsI foundation. I !(' spt'nl a W(H't\ in W ashington, I ).C . wht'rc' th('Y mot the prc'sidc'nt, \ i( (.'-f)r('sid('nt and saw various sights. ( )rlando also rev nivod a $ I ,S(X) scholarship. While at LAI IS, hr> lunr tionc'd as stLid('nt body president, K(>y Club |)resident, and Youth Advisory (:)arti( ipant.

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Student Recognition Eric Mjolsness was chosen this year as a Bicentennial Senior, for writing a Bicentennial Minute â&#x20AC;&#x153; On a Day in May 1776." He attended a series of seminars in Williamsburg, Va. for 3 days. He was one of 100 students from across the nation attending. He received a scholarship from the state of New Mexico and was one of the two students representing the Zia state in Virginia.

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Grant Stokes was one of the four people picked from regional competition to participate in the International Science Fair. His project not only won him a $100 savings bond from General Electric, but also enabled him to go to Denver, May 9-15, for international competition. With his project, "A Study of the Annihilation of Antimatter," Grant won first place at city, regional and state levels.

Herb Vogel was chosen as an alternate to the International Science Fair. His project "Mach 2 Wind Tunnel With Shockwave Display By Schlieren Optics" won him a second place physics award at the city level, and first place awards at the regional and state levels in the Engineering catergory. Herb, a sophomore, won numerous special awards, including recognition from the National Society of Professional Engineers.

john Wallwork is pictured with band director )an McDonald and Maynard Baker of McDonald's Corporation. )ohn was selected to McDonald's All-American High School Marching Band, as one of New Mexico's two representatives. He also received a music scholarship to the University of Southern California.

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SU'U' KlU liU'mc'ir!'('(('iv('(l tl’u'Wcsl I’oint I ('adcrship Award tor Id7f). I he* award ga\o him ren ognition to many c olk‘g('s. I hc' Wc'st Point I oadershif) Award is not an award lor VVc'st Point, l>ul is an aw-ard s|iorisor('d Iry lh(' Wc'sl Point Assoc iation of All)Li(|U('rc|u<', I hc'rc' arc' approximalc'ly sc'vc'n sc hools whic h had slLidc'nts sc'Ic'c tc'd l)y the' organization. Mariam Morgan, I5arl) Woltc' and Bc'vc'rly Aic'llo had their poetry selec ted to 1)C' in THE NATIONAL POt I RY AN I HOLOGY FOR STUDENTS. Poems for this l)ook are selec ted from nationwide' entries and published in a hook titled, "Young .Americ a Sings."

Eric Keller and Robbie Mulforcl were named winners in the 1976 Earthwatch Scholarship Competition. I hey were two of the 1,18 students, ages 16 to 21, chosen from 5,()()() entrants. They w'ill join leading scientists on researc h expeditions this summer, either in the U.S. or al:)road. Their expeditions will Ire keyed to their individual areas of scieniific interest, and will alkrw both students to work with professionals in that field.

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This year Lori Budge (below) was one of three students from New Mexico that won the writing contest put on by the National Council of Teachers of English. As a junior, Lori was one of three students chosen to participate in NCTE. The students are asked to write an impromptu paper and another with help from teachers, if needed. These papers gave her national recognition from colleges. Congress, and the Senate.

Ann A. Sundberg, EHighest Honors graduate, is the winner of the Washington University Merit Scholarship for 1976. The award enables Miss Sundberg to receive an annual money grant while attending the school. It is renewable for all four college years. Ann's field of study at Washington University will be business administration. Some of her honors from Eos Alamos High School include: principal cellist; all-state orchestra, four years; and National Honor Society. Daryl Hoffman, Ed Stockly, and Steve Blair placed first at the state speech tournament this year, qualifying them for the national speech tournament in Colorarfo Springs in july. At state, Hoffman took a first in original oratory and the team of Stockly and Blair placed first in senior debate. There were 20 participants in Hoffman's division and 1.5 teams debating against Stockly and Blair. Both Blair and Stockly also competed in extemporaneous speaking at the national tournament. Hoffman's seconcf event was dramatic interpretation.

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Foreigh Exchange, Soccer

Right: (l-R) C'liiislian KnLipiiH, I Icnrv kirn, Mcin. ('Ho I )aKo( a, Uli Ingnas, I ars I lansc'n, AIIh' i I o Va(|ucro, loc'v Solinap. Below Left: I orc'ign 1x( liaiig(' Students take [larl in soc ( er game. Below Riglit: Back row (L-R): Mr. Cernic c'k, Ult Ingnas, Man Chiir< li, Rk k I isinger, David kriz, Alan Bernard, I ars Hansen, |ohn Cady, Ion Ans|>a( h. Front row: Christian knuppel, .Allu'rto Vac|U('ro,

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Prom: Planets In Atlantis This year's Prom starU'cl oil big, with the Planr'ts as thr' banri lor the s('cond consoc utive year. Ii)iana C^uinn was named qur'en, whik' Bill Myc'rs was duirbed king. Dale Wilson and hiugo Hinojosa were named princ ess and princ e, respectively. The themc' was "Lost Atlantis", c ornplete with underwaU'r sc enery and slides.

Top Right: Conrad Bryant hangs the parac hutrs Above Left: Raising the roof trefore Prom. Above: |im Fitzgilrbon and Chip Ikownlet' assemlrling a prop. Left: Assorted juniors assemlrle pillars.

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Top: King Bill and Queen Diana. Above: Trumpeting in the royalty. Right: Kristi Maltrud and Robert Pena enjoy the refreshments.

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Top: The Planets in orbit. Far Left: A Frog crowns a prince. Left: And the night goes on. Below: Resting tired feet.

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Caps, Gowns And Food

Top: Phi Beta Kappa l)anquet. Far Right: R(jd Baker is measured for his r ap arid gown. Right: Unfiar king th(' garinents. Below Right: Trying on the new finery. Below: Senior medallions.

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Baccalaureate

Top Right: L. A. Choir sets the mood. Middle: Seniors await the invocation. Top Left: Father Porto reads the scriptures.

Bottom Left: Graduates file in. Above: Mixed emotions are shown Ijy Bruce Nereson, Die k Stein, and Mark Hillman.

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Two Assemblies Honor Students In two separate programs approximately 200 Los Alamos students were honored for their scholarship, athletic ability, and dedic ation to duty. National and local scholarships were awarded at the honors convocation, while in­ school awards were presented at the all-school awards assembly.

Top Left: Ann Kircher receives a very special award from Mrs. Burns. Above: Wrestler Danny Olivas presents coach Brown with an award.

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Top Right: Paul (Hop-a-long) Black presents throe special trophies to Ollie Landahl, Ed Stockly, anti Steve Blair. Above: |odi Hayes receives an OEA award from Mrs. Thomas.


Top Center: Mr. Robert Emigh presents the Jeffrey Zinn Memorial Scholarship to Robert Pena. Above: Denny Holder presents certificates to the Commended Students of the National Merit Scholarship.

Top Right: Eric Blevins receives the Denny Jones Memorial Scholarship.

Top Left: Mr. EJolder presents David Knapp with the Brown University Book Award. Above: Pete Bernard receives the Los Alamos CartJen Club sc holarship.

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Banquet And Dance Top: Chow time! Above: Seniors enjoy their dance. Far Right: Happiness is . . . Right: Ms, McCavran, senior class sponsor, receives flowers from Steve Hammond

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Top: Orlando Lucero, student (ounc il president and honor grariuate, speaks to the class of 76. Right: Valerie Keddy receives her diploma from loe Taylor, school board president. Below Right: LTr. Denis VVaitley, commencement speaker, discusses the psychology of winning. Below Left: Ben Barthell receives diploma from Mr. Taylor.

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Top: Beginning the entrance march. Above: Intent on the future: Don Brancato, Ed Branch, and Dan Brazier. Above Right: Some of the graduates listen and learn from Dr. Waitley's talk. Left: A moment of thanks for a successful year.

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I h(' l‘)rS-7b vaisily |()()il)all U'ain had anolh('r good sc.ison. I or lh(> Iasi lour vc'ars lh(' Io|)|H'rs hav(' hci'n lo Ihu siaU' playolls. In lh72 llK'y [ilayc'd I as Qu( (>s Ma\ li('ld and Ihis year lac c'd anollic'r I as Crur I's u>am, Ihn 1as Our c's Bulldogs. Thr' Bulldogs, ('vt'nlual si alt' r hamps, dr'lr'alcd lh(' I oppc'rs 41-10. I hr> 1of)()('rs had an 8-2 rr'rorri Ireforc' leasing lo Ihc'm. lli(' U'am |Dlar c'd nine' |:>lay('rs on Ihc' All-Disirir I U'ains. Ilir'y wr-rr’ Walir'r .Arnold, Gary Baldwin, Barry Bingham, Don Branr alo, Paul (io lli, Hugr) Hinojosa, Rico Hinojosa, Benji Ladabour, Brian McMahon, Sieve Olwin, and Peter Prince. I hose |dar ing on ihr' All-SlaU' U'ams wt'rt' Waller Arnold, Paul Goll i, Brian McMahon, and Kirk Slokt's.

Grid Team To State Again

197S-76 Varsity football team — Top row left to right: lohn Gonzales, Robert Gallegos, Gary Chavez, Chip Brownlee, Kent Robertson, Join Novak Don Arnolct, Mike Katko, Mike Collier, Dave Dinsio, Hugo Hinojosa, Managers Mike Edwards, Kevin Monaghan, Danny Olivas, Kelly Rogers. Middle row: Kyle Stokes, lar k Sibbitt, Paul Gotti, Ben Ladabour, Paul Stroik, Mike Ryan, Mike Weeks, Kirk Stokes, Karl B)arke, Lex Zerwas, Don Brancato, Barry Bingham ^0 David Lock(', Coaches Bill Newton, Martin MacRoberts, Mac Higlifill, Head coach Stan Petermeier. Front row: leff Kuehl, Peter Prince, Steve Hammond Brian McMahon, Walt Arnold, Kevin Pederson, Steve Olwin, Rico Hinojosa, Darrel Hart Mark Cair's r .jr v ...... . Carr'


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Above: Kirk Stokes rearJy to start the offense. Right: leff Kuehl awaits the offense. Far Right: Stokes on a quarteri)ack sneak. Below: Lex Zcrwas looks for openings.


Top Left: Slok('s forced out of bounds. Top Right; Ri( c) Hinojosa slipping away from tat klers. Above: Coat ht's show spirit! Above Right: Walt ArntrltJ in tjn the tat kic. Right: Seniors last home game. _________ _

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Top Left: Terry Burge unloads just in time. Top Right: Mark Archuleta looks for a hole. Right: |im Cabbel hands off to running back Mark Lee. Middle: Team picture — Seated (L-R): M. Lee, B. Neil, E. Le e ,). Elemilek, |. Cabbel, J. Ruffus, T. Martinez, D. P. Phillips, B. Maes, D. Brophy, A. Taylor, P. Garcia. Middle: E. Zocher, F. Sandstrum, J. Weeks, R. Hammer, D. Parsons, T. Burge, D. Osborn, T. Lockyer, C. Parker. Standing: C. Findley, T. Owens, L. Doehling, T. Pollat, K. Padillia, M. Archuletta, C. Ramsey,). Messimer, S. Rosenthal, S. Kuehl, K. Robertson, K. Gallegos, G. Chavez.

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The Los Alamos High School cross( ountry squad should have a strong team returning next year, as only senior Ben Barthell is leaving. The

team haci a disappointing season, finishing third in district behind Santa Fe and West Mesa. Juniors Curt Orton, Mick Guthals, Jim Bowersox,

Jason Collins, and Mark Blais, along with sophomore standout Chris Shaw, will be returning.

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Top Left: Ben Barthell leads the way. Top Right: Bowersox and Orton in the pack. Middle Left: A long string of runners on the Toppers home course. Above: Coach Bob Castile up at the awards table. Above Left: |V team picture — Left to right: Mark Blais, )ason Collins, )oe Rojas, Don Bowersox, John Schrandt. Left: Varsity team picture — Left to right: David Scolman, Ben Barthell, Chris Shaw, |im Bowersox, Mick Guthals.

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Far Right: Su/annc Ehart in a^ lion. Right: U ni(l('nlili(â&#x20AC;&#x2122;(l TofifX'r sending it home. Middle: Kristi Monaghan sets it up. Bottom: Front row: (L-R) Ginny Munyon, Suzanne Fhart, Liz Foley, Cathy Newman, Diana CJuinn. Top row: (Manager) |udy Wolfe, Ellen Cox, Elk>n .Moulton, Lisa Morc'lli, Sherry Lilly, Ginny Walker, Michelle Guerette, (Goar h) Nancy Paraskc'vas.

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Volleyballers Place Again The girls volleyball team, in only its second year of varsity competition, again returned to the state tournament. The team finished second in district. Only three seniors leave the team this year: Diana Quinn, Kathy Newman, and Lisa Morelli. The team should again prove to be very tough next year. Standout performers on this year's squad were Lisa Morelli, Ellen Moulton, Ellen Cox, and Cathy Newman.

<4 Far Left: Topper Vicky Pequette in action. Left: Cathy Newman sets it up, Mic helle Cuerette looks on. Below: )V Squad.

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Hockey Program Is Finding Itself

Below: Annie in ac tion! Middle Right: Trish (^uinn moving in on detense. Middle Left: Ela ine l)('Mcirsh and Irish Shelton getting (last an opponent. Bottom: Team picture.

Th(' girls fi('l(l hoc kc'y U'dtn had a disappointing sc'asctn this year. Thcdr (ompc'tition has Itonn tough. The" sport, however, seems to ciraw the largest turnout for tryouts in any of the girls sports. Next year their record will hopefully improve.

1975 Girls Field Hockey â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Front row (L-R): Donna Hart, Irish Quinn, lean Heller, Candy Russel, Gail Murphy, Janice Worlton, Elaine DeMarsh, Donna Inglis, lacoi Mann, Margie Maestas, Rowena Elizan, Chris Cummings. Top row: Debbie Matheson, Lisa Koch, Cindy Chorn, Annie Lillenthal, Tina Silrlritt, Bernice Apel, LeeAnn Reniger, Andrea Miller, Kathy Petrie, Margret Hwang, Cretchen Craves, Susan Chorn, Rolrlrie Mulford, Irish Shelton, Sharon Seitz, Kate Marsh, Starr Beckman, Carolyn Munyon, Ellen Revis, Ellen Vanctergust, Coach Mary Byers.

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Left: Grant Herrick shows Roswell how it's done. Bottom Left: Bill moves in on opponent. Below: Stokes caught in mid-air.

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The Toppers bask('ll)all Ic'am had a \('ry sue cx'sstul season this year, placing first in distrit t (undefeated) and ( apturing third in state. I heir overall record was 2.S-S. Grant Herrick, Bill Myers, and Kirk Stokes were voted onto the AlhK)istrict team, with Myers and Lex Zerwas being selectc'd to the All-State scjuad. Seniors who will l)e leaving the team are; Walter Arnold, Miles Corrie, Bill [Rickey, Brian McMahon, Bill Myers, Bill Roach, Kirk Stokes, Kevin Susco and Lex Zerwas.

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Top Right: Bill Roach takes a shot way above the defense. Middle Left: Bill Dickey all by himself. Middle Right: Hey, one of you guys get him! Bottom Right: 1975-76 team picture. Back row (L-R): Coach Jim Higgins, Bill Myers, Brian McMahon, Grant Herrick, Walt Arnold, Bill Roach, and Miles Corrie. Bottom row: Kirk Stokes, Kevin Susco, Lex Zerwas, Bill Dickey and Hugo Hinojosa.

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Left: johnny Martinez puts the move on his opponent. Below: jim Meissner under and over. Below Left: Bobby Marlin and an unidentified teammate struggle for the ball. Bottom Right: Chip Brownlee shows his form.

|V â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (L-R) Bottom row: johnny Martinez, Kyle Stokes, Bill Gregory, Mike Collier, Mike Duffy, Doug Anderson, Boblry Martin, Tim Wallar e, manager. Top row: Carl Povelites, manager; lack Sibtrin, Chip Browmlee, Tim Cady, |itn Meisner, David Denbow, Steve Balrovich, Robert Gallegos, Steve Harp, coach |oe Seagar.

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Right: I isii, up and away! Below: ('.im lyn Muiiyon husllcs aflcr a loose hall. Bottom Right: Morelll drives for a lay-U[),

Bottom row: )V squad â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (L-R) Kneeling: D. Hart, I . (^uinn, L. Courtrighi, B. Herbst, J. Dofllemyer, D. Martinez, C. Murphy, T. Ryan.Top: (L-R): K. Elslrerry, K. Petrie, P. Bertino, S. Lillie, C. Stratton, P. Cursky, C. Craves, C. Mitchell, L. Pacheco, Caoch )o Helen Cabbell. Below: Varsity squad â&#x20AC;&#x201D; (L-R) Kneeling: K. Monaghan, L. Cox, V. Warner, L. Foley, C. Munyon, M. Cuerette, C. Cummings. Top: (LR): L. Moulton, V. Pequette, S. Chorn, L. Morelli, P. Vallejos, T. Sibbitt, Coach Boguslawski.

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Girl Cagers Successful The girls basketball season was another success this year with the team finishing 17-2 and first in district play. Outstanding players on this year's squad were Kristi Monaghan, Lisa Morelli, Ellen Moulton, Carolyn Munyon, and Vicki Warner. Next year the team will be without Carrie Cummings, Lisa Morelli, Carolyn Munyon, Tina Sibl:)itt, Phyllis Vallejos, and Vicki Warner because of graduation. The team should be strong again next year. Coach joe Boguslawski took over the helm this year, installing a more aggressive offensive and a pressing zone defense.

Far Left: Susie Chorn gralrs a reljounrl. Left; Theresa Ryan fights for the frail. Below: An easy one for Kris Monaghan. Bottom Left: Toppers on the press.

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1he Toppc'r wrestling t(Mm compiled a h- d I rc'cord for their second winning season in a row. holrby Maes took home a first place trophy from theâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; state mec't, tinishing the season with an irnprc'ssive 27- 5 rc'cord. Next year's tc'am should !)(' strong again with eight rcMurning lettertnc'n. f ine f:>erformers this year were: Barry Bingham, Paul Gotti, Kic hard Hammer, Rico Hinojosa, Bol)l)y Maes anef Dan Olivas.

Grapplers Now In Running

Top Right: Tom Nicklas must think fast. Above: Ric o Hinojosa is wrapping it up. Upper Right: Barry Bingham shows goocJ pinning tec hnique. Right: Top row (L-R): Dan Olivas, Tom Nicklas, Barry Bingham, Clay Ramsey, Richard Hammer, Paul Gotti and Coach Brown. Bottom row: David Locke, Bobby Maes, Mike Edwards, David Bingham, |im Rauchfuss, and Rico Hinojosa.

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Swimming Teams Finish 1st At State The 1975-76 swimming teams took first in the state meet. First year coach Sam Jones hacJ a very fine start with the Toppers. Only Donna Mosher had a state record this year. Individual winners at state were Donna Mosher, 100 Butterfly and 200 I.M.; Laurie Stewart, .500 Freestyle; Barb Wolfe, 50 Freestyle; and Mike Upham, 100 Freestyle. The relay teams that placed first at state were the girls 200 medley relay consisting of Kari Lier, Kathy Daniels, Barbie Quintana ancJ Susan Wolfe and the boys 200 medley relay, consisting of Jeff Malanify, Mark O'Hare, Mark Felthauser, and John Cady. The 400 freestyle relay of Dan Thomas, Fric Lier, Mike Upham and Tom Enger also captured first.

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Pg. 85 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top: First place winners Laurie Stewarl, Donna Mosher, Barb Wolfe. Middle: A first place prize. Low Left: Mike Uf)ham, 100 freestyle winner. Low Right: Coach lones and |ohn Cady show off their booty.

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Top Right: Io the vir tor. Middle Left: Scott Sc hilling exc'c ul ing a nc-ar [jc'rfecI diver Middle Right: Mark I ellhausc'r breaking water. Bottom: (L-R) First row: Craig Russell, )c'ft Cairci, Mike Upham, Carl Manthei, Kenny Nereson. Second row: Torn Enger, Mark O'Hair, Jeff Malanify, trie Tier, Mark Ec'lthauser. Third row: |ocâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;l Ric krnan, John Cady, Dan Thomas, David Worlton, David Upham.


Top Left: Kari Lier churns up the water. Top Right: Susan Wolfe off to a good start. Middle Left: Donna Mosher shows winning spirit. Above: Hyer and Daniels neck and neck. Bottom Left: Girls' team â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Back row (L-R): Laurie Stewart, Kari Lier, Lynne Forrest, Barb Wolfe, and Susan Wolfe. Middle row: Stephanie Stoddard, Erin Hyer, Barbie Quintana and Tina Malanify. Front row: Donna Mosher, Kaye Olson, Kathy Daniels and Becky Wechsler.

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Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Left; Doltio Mullins (jisfilays a [iri'lty [50s('. Right: Tak ing it easy belvvcen ('vents. Bottom Left; Paula Montoya vi(>ws things (litfer('ntly. Bottom Right: Carol Brenton exo( uting a near­ perfect vault.

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Right: Karen Stokes doing rout inc's on the beam. Below: Top row (L-R): Kelly Smith, Paula Montoya, Virginia Munyon, Karen Stokes, Lynn Hanolci, LeeAnn Reninger, Susan Rk h. Bottom row: Carol Brenton, lannett Apel, Ann Menzel, Elaine DeMarsh, Kim Williamson, Penel Metropolis, Oottie Mullins. Bottom Left: Dottie Mullins on the beam equals symmetric forms. Bottom Right: Mary Cremer works on the end of the trearn.


Gymnasts First In District The 1975-76 Topper gymnastics team had a very successful season. The many hard workouts proved to be a main key in the success of the team, as they finished first in cJistrict and placed third at regionals. Because of her showing at regionals, Carol Brenton went to state competition. Outstanding performers on this year's team were: Carol Brenton, Paula Montoya, Dottie Mullins, LeeAnn Reninger, Kelly Smith and Karen Stokes.

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Th(â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 1Al IS ^oll Uvim Ihis year plac ( h I I irst in Iwo prc-soason ^oll tournaments at tlTC' Santa I (' and Cjallup Itivitat ionals. (dris standout Kris Monaghan, a sophomore', frku ('d first at the' Sere eirre) tourname-nt. In the' state* gerif terurnament, (dayeel at UNM Seruth Gerlf Cerurse*, May 14- IS, the* Irerys plae e*el fe)urth as a team, while' ke'vin Susee) anel Mike* Clane y plae e'el thirel in the twer-man e erinpe'titiejn. Kris Me)naghan plae eel se*e ernel inelivielually, te'aining with I ynne Ferrre'st for a thirel plae e finish in the' two-girl te*am ce)in|)etitie)n.

Golfers Finish 4th In State

Top: Chuck lines up a difficult putt. Middle Left: Kevin Susco getting ready to tee off. Middle: A long way to the green. Middle Right: If I can only get it on the green. Right: Team picture.

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The girls' varsity softball team got off to a good start this year. For their first season, they had an impressive 94 record. The softball team's best hitters are Michelle Guerette and Suzanne Ehart. The returning players next year will be: Sonja Donaldson, Kathy Ledbetter, Vicki Pequette, Theresa Ryan, Ellen Moulton, Marian Salgado, Gretchen Graves, Kathy Mitchell, Anna Vigil, Michelle Guerette, and Suzanne Ehart. They lost at stale to Garlsbad, 20-0.

'76 Girls' Softball Has Good Season

Left: Steal those bases! Below Left: Carol Brenton hits a big one. Below: Fast ball by Vallejos. Bottom Left: Bottom row (L-R): Mrs. Quinn, Gail Murphy, Michelle Garcia, Sonja Donaldson, Carol Brenton, Kathy Ledbetter. Top row: Kathy Mitchell, Marian Salgado, Michelle Guerette, Phyllis Vallejos, Vicki Pequette, Gretchen Graves, Suzanne Ehart, Mrs. Frankhauser. Bottom: Sonja rounds the bases.

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Opposite Page — Left: I isa I lolmcs hulls llic ( l l s i US.

Right: I iisl to lli(' wire. Bottom left: ( )ll In a Iasi slait. Bottom Right: t irsl uiic over. Right: C ummings makes the lump. Below: I’am G utiem v passi's lo kelly Smith. Lower Right: ( )ver the liar. Bottom: I rat k t('ain (L-R) Bottom row: loan

Cjardner, Kr'Ily Smith, Lynni' (.'ourlnghl, Kale Marsh, Susan I hurslon, 1Isa Holmes, Pam (iutK'rrc'z, Carla TInkk', Martha P('rkins, Brenda Cialey. Back row: Mr, I lughr's, Ginny Munyon, I yniK' Forrt'st, Julia I vans, Carolyn Munyon, Ifonna Hart, Sherry Hand, Sherry I illey, Wendy VanDilla, Robi MulforcJ, Carrie Cummings, Fllc'n Cox, Catherine' lU'Irnit k, Stella Romero.

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Girls Finish Second In District Meet The girls' track team performed well during the regular season, winning most of their meets. In the district meet, which was held here, the team placed second, losing to Santa Fe by a few points. In the district meet, ten girls qualified to go on to state which was hekJ in Artesia. No one advanced to the finals at state. Coach Rocky Hughes says he will stress on working harcJer for strength and durability next year. The girls qualifying for state this year were Ellen Cox, 80-yd. hurdles, 880-yd. relay; Carrie Cummings, mile relay; Julia Evans, ,50-yd. hurdles; Pam Cuiterrez, 220-yd. dash, 100-yd. yd. dash, 880-yd. relay; Catherine Helmick, 880-yd. relay; Sherry Lilley, softball throw, 50-yd. hurdles; Kate Marsh, mile relay; Carolyn Munyon, mile relay, Susan Thurston, 880-ycJ. relay; Kelly Smith, mile relay.

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1lu' I)()\ s l(>nnis Irani I inisliccI 1lie s(Ms()ii uiK l(‘l('al(>(l. IMiil ati(I I any A iri w r r r ( I ( )\\ M('( I s|,i|{> ( l( ml ilrs ( hain|)i(His. Srni( )is Iraving I hr I ram I his yiMr arc I’ fii I \lri, S( oil 'smilli, Man lalbrrl, and k rn n y N rrrson. Ni'xl year's Irain sliould Ix'

slron,^ vvilh six rrlurninj' Irllrrm rn. ■Xltl'iou.yh I inishiiyt^ 4, llir girls u rn ' disiippoinU'd liy nol sc'ndin^ anyone lo slaU'. \('xt vrar's U'am slxmld lie longli \vitli livt' girls rrinrning lo tlir Iram. I isa Mon'Ili and Vic ky Warner will hr losi lo gradnalion.

Netters Take State Doubles Top Right: I Idl I )(‘mulh krcfis Ills eyes on Ihings. I (Min l’i( lure Bottom row (L-R): Doug (ioodlcllow, Wes dish, Greg Durdii, 1arry Alci, Kenny \ereson. Top row (l-R): Marx |alb('rl, Si ott Sinilti, Phil Alei, Chiu k I atro, and Hal Demulh. Bottom left: lake that! Bottom Right: St oil Smith wailing lor op[)onenls return.

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Top Left: Laura c oncentrates on h(>r serve. Top Right: Mary with a good forehand. Middle: Warner to return the serve. Below: Lisa in style. Bottom Left: Vic ki Warner, Mary Alei, Lisa Morclli, Lisa Ballance; (with rac kets) Lori Ballance, Dori Hater, Laura Smith.

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Pederson Leads Track Team To State Th(' Topper track teatri, led l)y Kevin Pederson's two first place finishes at state, had a very good season. The team finisheci sixth in state ancJ second in distric t (l)ehinci Farmington), Pecferson, Chris Lundgaard, Chris Shaw and Paul Gotti were pointgetters at the slate meet. Only nine seniors leave the team, giving a fine base to work from next year. New records set this year were l^y Lundgaard in the shot put (54'8") and discus (159'9"); ancJ Pederson in the javelin (199'4").

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Opposite Page â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Top Right: M( Inroy \aulting for I2'6" Top Left: Out of the l)lo( ks. Bottom Left: Reiley showing perlet t form. Bottom Right: Orton, Barthell, Hicks in the pac k.

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Topper Baseballers Finish 1st In District

Ihc' l()|)|X'r l)as('l)all U'am siarU'd out u'ry slowly, hul c amc' up wilh key \ iclork's at thu' ('nd ol the' sc'ason to linish as distrk t AAAA c hatnpions. Outstanding playnrs on this ye'ar's squad wore' Brad Gihlrons, L('x Zoruas, Walt Arnold, Be'nji Ladalrour and Kirk Stokt's, Next ye'ar nine returning lettermon will k'ad the team. Seniors leaving the tr'am will he |o Bridge, Dave Lewis, Gil)l)ons, Dave Bird, Mike Essington, LeRoy Schutz, Zerwas, Arnold, and Stokes. They tinished the season I 1-12.

Top Right: Coach Anderson and Kenny Downer look on anxiously. Above: |o Bridge hussies off the field. Middle: Walt Arnold unloads on one. Middle Right: Mike Essington ready to hurl. Right: Team picture.

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Riftht: I )r, I )uanc Smith si arts oi i ihr' yrai with a happy note. Far Rijâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hl: I d S|xm< c strikes up th(' Irand. Middle: Walt Smith ht'lps judgr' hornet oming f l o a t s .

Bottom: (I -R) Board memiM'rs: Pi'ter Salgado, HolK Baker. |oe I aylor, George Bjarke, and Gingt'r W ek h.

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Administration

Top Left: (L-R): Principal Robert Loar with assistants Skip Dunn and Denny Holder. Above: Mr. Loar's favorite hiding place.

Top Right: Holding the goorJies.

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Pupil Personnel

Top Left: Doug Anderson anti Hector Hinojosa check out simulation computer. Top Right: A happy counselor. Right: Keeping them on their toes. Bottom Left: Top row (L-R): Denny Holder, Cordon Hoffman, Mel Lora, Edith Rowan, Carole Mcjrris, Nellene Marsh, Barbara Forslund, and Tom Miller. Bottom row: Bennie Clover, Lavciia Locke, Betty Burns, Carmen Langston, Carolyn Trolla, and Robert Koch. Bottom Right: Efficient y is . . .

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Top: Total involvement. Middle Left: Busy as always. Above: Terry Schlosser, Drexel Cady, Nancy Warnes, Giz Szalay. Left: Contacting the parents.

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Top Left: Comparing mind to memory. Top Right: Math huh! Left: Top (L-R): Cathy Strong, Margaret Barrett, Rocky Hughes, Harry McCavran, Lee Schachterle, and Jim Meadors. Bottom: Mary Taylor, Meg Cox, Mary Finch, and Jeanette Lindsay. Not Pictured: Brigitte Rolfc. Above: Getting Ijy with a little help.

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Top Left: Entertaining open house guests. Top: Getting it together. Above Left: A rare moment for Mr. Eikleberry. Above: (L-R): le ss Church, Gloria Cordova, Helena Whyte, Cheryl Pongratz, Bob Eikleberry, Dorothy Morgan, Kitty Brown, Stan Petermeier, Bob Caswell. Left: Informing the parents.

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Social Studies

Top Left: Munchies for Mr. Shinn. Top Right: Surprise Mr. Burnett. Middle Right: Contemplating the possibilities. Middle Left: Team planning? Right: (L-R): Glen Howl, Paul Berteloot, Mike Burnett, |im Coetzinger, Mary Lou Williams, Russ Shinn, Tim Burns, |im Reiley, Betty Blackstone, Kitty Brown.

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Foreign Language

(L-R) lose Mojica, Louis Cernic ek, Emmy Slice, Sarah Miller, Barbara Taylor, Billye Camsby. Above: Think French!

Top Right; "Good-ljye, Mrs. IToulx'ni'ts." Above; "Good times . . .Good-bye.â&#x20AC;?

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Below; (L-R) Barbara Nutler, Don Beene, Dan Sass, )an Mr Donald. Middle: Caught up in work. Bottom: I he Master Mind.

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Left: (L-R) Nancy Terry, Carolyn Robinson, Inez Ross, Barbara Gish, Janet McCavran. Below: (L-R) Joe Boguslawski, Shirley Fries, Pat Mendius, Frances Mueller, Carol Fulwyler. Not Pictured: Elise Noble and Pat Metropolis.

Top Left: Mrs. Fulwyler makes a point. Opposite: (L-R) Paul Black, Rick Thalman, Bev Schultz, Catherine Apprill, Jean Campbell, Dorothy Bernard.

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Industrial Arts

Top: Top row (L-R): Bill Newton, Petr landacek, |oe Phillips, |im Higgins. Bottom row: )ohn Fox, Marga Boedeker, Hi Cambell, Barbara Nutter. Above: Taking role.

Top: Don't Ho-Fto-Ho Me! Above: Mr. Fox lends a helping hand.

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Business

Top Left; Picking an assignment. Top Right: (L-R) Jolene Barthell, Lucy Thomas, Doretta Hippie, Bess Hegler, Mary Zogg, and Elizabeth Higgins. Left: Letting the parents have a try at it. Bottom: Happy pregnancy!

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Top: (L-R) Burt Buehrer, Mary Byers, Bill Hudson, Glen Howl, Bob Cox. Middle Left: Mr. Hudson gives boost to lifesaving class. Middle Right: Mrs. Byers and her gymnasts. Above: Mr. Buehrer waits for the ball.

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Custodians and Cafeteria

Top Right: Whatcha got there? Top Left: Cleaning the IMC. Middle Right: Taking care of the lunch hour rush. Middle Left: What's for lunch? Above: (L-R) Megil Vigil, Pedro Atencio, Fidel Romero, Lorenzo lames. Hector Atencio, lose Sandoval, Oralia Trujillo, Megil Panos, Roberto Trujillo, Archie Medina.

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Library

Top: Examining the final copy. Middle Left: A restful moment. Middle Right: Mrs. Dye, busy as usual. Above Left: Working Hard. Above Right: (L-R) Myrna Milligan, Marilyn O'Hair, Suzann Dye, Mary Jean Arntzen, Bob Visel, Margaret Ehrenkranz, and Jean McClary.

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Again this year, parents had a chance to sit cJown with the teachers and discuss the programs their children were enrolled in. This year's turnout was an encouraging sign that parents are concerned with what goes on at the high school.


Seniors Alci, Philip Amies, Evelyn Anderson, Edith

Apgar, Del Apprill, Jeanette Archuleta, Ken

Arnold, Walt Asbridge, Mary Atkinson, Denise

Ayers, Audrey Baker, Rod Baldwin, Gary

116


Balestrini, Paula Barker, Debbie Barnes, Richie

Barthell, Ben Bartholomew, Becky Bates, Debbie

Baumgartner, Gunther Beckman, Starr Bell, Carolyn

Bequette, Linda Bernard, Peter Biebel, Sandra

117


Binjhdin, Barry Bird, David Bjarke, Karl

Blair, Stephen Blevins, Eric Booth, Lawrence

Bradley, Mark Brancato, Donald Branch, Edward

Brashear, Michelle Brazier, Daniel Brenton, Carol

118


Bridge, Jo Brooks, George Brousseau, Patrick

Brown, Amy Brown, Jim Brundige, Annette

Budge, Lori Burkhalter, Haynie Burnett, Laurel

Burns, Dale Butler, Nanette Byers, Julie

119


Ca(iy, )ohn Camp, Martin Carr, Matt

Carson, John Carter, Roxann Case, Mitchell

Cates, Mark Chamberlin, John Charmatz, Claire

Chorn, Cynthia Coon, Ansley Corbett, Mark

120


Cornwell, David Corrie, Miles Crawford, Mike

Cremer, Debbie Cummings, Carrie Davis, Chuck

deCruyter, Gregory DesGeorges, Joseph Dick, Eric

Dickey, William Dinsio, Dave Douglas, Dan

121


Dowlor, 7 homas Duncan, Kennelh Dye, Robert

Dyson, Joan Ebinger, Michael Eichor, Barbara

Elizan, Melissa Elliott, Brian Elliott, Nancy

Elliott, Russell Engleman, Lynn Essington, Mike

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Evans, Leslie Ferguson, Harold Flynn, Patricia

Foley, Mary Folkner, Steven Forrest, Lynne

Foster, Margaret Fraser, Neil Frazier, Yolanda

Fulwyler, Connie Furnish, Michael Gallimore, Debbie

123


Garcia, Marcia Geelan, Marie Gerety, Mason

Gibbons, Brad Gibney, Theresa Gillespie, Karol

Glascock, Joli Glinski, Ivy Goforth, Karla

Gore, Robert Gray, Elizabeth Greco, Jan

124


Griego, Pat Guenette, Yvonne Hammond, Steve

Han, Koon Handy, Ghristi Hansen, Thomas

Hanson, Bob Harbour, Kelly Harper, Vicki

Harrington, Alan Hart, Darrel Harvey, Donald

125


I layes, Jody Hayes, Renee Henkel, Kathy

Henslee, Gay Herrera, Theresa Hicks, William

Hill, Amy Hillman, Mark Hinojosa, Rico

Hoard, Allison Hollabaugh, Jeanne Horina, Cathy

126


Houlton, Susan Huebner, Anne Hume, Donald

Hume, Russell Hwang, Charlotte Ingnas, Ulf

Jacobson, Eric jaeger, Scott jahoda, Ellen

jalbert, Marc jaramillo, Richard Johnson, Dale

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Johnson, Tim jorcJan, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;aula Justice, Patnela

KacheJmeier, Steve KatI<o, MiJ<e Kazels, CaroJ

Keddy, VaJerie Keenan, MicheJJe KeJJer, Steve

Kerrisis, Dennis KesteJJ, Ken Key, Terri

128


Klingler, Louise Kmetko, Paul Kosty, Joseph

Kramer, Mark Kressin, Paul Kriz, David

Kuehl, Jeffrey LaBerge, Linda Lane, Jeff

Larson, Brad Lazazzera, Gina Lee, Charles

129


Lee, Kilty Lewis, David Lilley, John

Linder, Peter Lindholrn, Nancy Lindstrom, Teri

Llaneza, Albert Lora, Loretta Lucero, Orlando

Lujan, Sheila Maes, Steve Maestas, Margie

130


Maltrud, Kristine Martin, Ben Martinez, Carrie

Martinez, Thomas Masanz, Mark Masterson, Robert

Mather, Jeff Maftys, jean Mayne, Carol

McCarty, Debbie McClary, Tami McConnell, Kathleen

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McGrath, Karen McKil)l)on, Nan McMahon, Brian

Melton, Dave Meyer, Leslie Miera, )oe

Mikkelson, Brian Mills, William Mjolsness, Eric

Montoya, Paula Morelli, Lisa Mortensen, Deborah

132


Mulford, Robi Mullins, Dottie Munno, David

Munyon, Carolyn Myers, Bill Mynard, Cindy

Mynard, Pamela Naffziger, Nancy Nance, Robert

Neher, Patrick Nereson, Bruce Nereson, Kenneth

133


Nowman, Cathy Nicklas, ^om Nicthammer, IXn'

Noort, Dena Olivas, Matthew Olivas, Peter

Olsen, Steve Olson, Holly Olwin, Steve

O'Neil, Kevin Orbesen, Robyn Osborn, Mil

134


Oschwald, Dan Owens, James Paas, Lisa

Parlser, David Parker, Elizabetin Parker, Neil

Parrott, Kay Partridge, Linda Pena, Robert

Perrings, Patty Pederson, Kevin Petranto, Steve

135


Petrie, Steven Pinkston, Larry Pirtle, Monica

Plassmann, Catherine Potter, Betsy Povelites, Katherine

Prince, Peter Prueitt, Cynthia Puckett, Cheryl

Pyburn, Brenda Pyburn, Elaine Quinn, Diana

136


Quintana, Barbara Reavis, Ellen Reeves, Richard

Reiley, James Reninger, Paul Rich, Dianne

Rickman, Joel Riley, Alan Rink, Kathryn

Rivera, Ronnie Roach, Bill Robertson, James

137


Rockwooci, Paul Roemer, EcJwarcj Romero, Stella

Roof, Steven Rowley, Wendy Roybal, David

Ryan, Michael Salmi, Karen Sanchez, Catherine

Sandford, Peter Sandoval, Barbara Scarlott, Rowena

138


Schell, Jayne Schonfeld, Anna Schoolcraft, Roger

Schutz, Leroy Seitz, Stephen Shaw, Pam

Sherwood, Perry Showalter, Bobbie Sibbitt, Tina

Siglock, Donald Simi, Ed Simmons, Gail

139


SiTiilh, David Smith, Gary Smith, Larie

Smith, Peggy Smith, Scott Smith, Tonia

Snider, Karen Sojka, Diane Solinap, Joey

Springer, Paul Stapleton, Shirlene Stein, Richard

140


Sterner, Victor Stirpe, Norine Stockly, Ed

Stokes, Kirk Stone, Tim Stone, Wendy

Sundberg, Ann Susco, Kevin Sutton, John

Szkiarz, David Talley, Susan Teel, Lawrence

141


1 erroll, )('an Thomas, Kathio Thorn, Rolx'rt

Tillery, |eri Tinkle, Marti Todd, Paula

Torres, Jody Turner, Linda Uher, Jane

Ulibarri, Lawrence Vallejos, Phyllis VanHecke, Kenneth

142


Vigil, Edward Voelz, Valerie Volz, Scott

Wageman, Leslie Waldschmidt, Beth Wallis, Tony

Wallwork, John Warner, Bryan Warner, Vicki

Warren, Sarah Watson, Charlotte Weaver, Chris

143


Weeks, Michael Wells, Marietta West, Pam

Westerhold, Gina Whalen, Kathleen Whitmore, Heidi

Will, Candy Williams, Forrest Willis, David

Wisehart, Scott Wolfe, Barbara Woo, Loretta

144


Wood, Michael Woodcock, Linda Wright, Charles

Yarnell, Tom Yasuda, Gregory Young, Janet

Zerwas, Lex Zerwekh, Sam Zickert, Gwendolyn

Zinn, Lennard

145


Airik), B('V('rly Ak'i, Mary An(l('rson, Doug Andrr'ws, William Anspac h, )on Apel, Charles

Archuleta, Russell Arnoki, Dean Arnold, Nathan Ashment, Suzette Bal)ovi( h, Steve Baca, Diana

Baker, Shane Ballance, Lisa Bame, Dorthe Bame, Karen Banks, Chuck Baran, Robert

Juniors

Recreational romping in the flakes.

Barnes, John Bates, Steve Bender, Debbie Bennett, Ken Bennett, Susan Bennorth, Patricia

Bergen, Sally Bernard, Alan Bertrino, Paula Biebel, John Bingham, David Black, James

146


The joy of cooking.

Black, lean Blais, Mark

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Bouchard, Debbie Bouchard, Doug

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Bowersox, Jim Bowler, John

Brode, Rick Bronisz, Larry Brown, Barry Brown, Dan Brownlee, Chip Bryant, Conrad

Budge, Scott Burgerjon, Miep Burns, Michelle Buteau, Bill Byers, Lisa Carbone, Kerry

Carman, Tom Carpenter, Brenda Chapman, Diane Chavez, Cary Chavez, Kathy Chavez, Randy

147


The first snowfall.

Chiles, Lisa

Christensen, Heidi Church, Alan Churchman, Andrew Clabo, Rhonda Click, Lynn Clow, Mike

Coburn, Kevin Collier, Mike Collins, Andrew Collins, Jason Connellee, Alison Conner, Chris Cook, Doug Courtright, John Cox, Ellen Crawford, Shari Crook, Donna Cummings, Chris

Dahl, Stephen Daly, Patty Davidson, Donald Davis, Pam deCruyter, Judy Den bow, David

148


Devault, Denise Dickman, Kathy Dofflemyer, Jewel Donaldson, Sonja Doss, Bret Douglas, Diana

Downer, Ken Drake, Andy Dross, Laura DuBois, David DuBois, Kathryn Duerre, Kurt

Duran, Tony Eash, Jill Ebinger, John Edwards, Mike Ehart, Suzanne Eichor, Karen

Mrs. Boedeker lends a helping hand.

Enger, Tom Erpenbeck, Dan Felthauser, Mark Fenstermacher, Don Ferron, Kim Filip, Henry

149


I it/gil)l)()t'i, )im t ol('Y, I i/ f lasi'r, |uli(' [ iilk'r, Karc'n [ ullman, Dul ly Gallegos, Roberl

Gallegos, Ronnie Garlx'rs, Randi Gan ia, Rhil George, Debbie Gibbs, Yvette Gibson, Robert

Gill, Lisa Glascock, Ghris Gonzales, Liz Gonzales, Tony Gore, ludi Gotti, Paul

Gram, Nina Gray, Rusty Green, Scott Gregory, Dan Gregory, William Gribble, Arthur

Grieggs, Tony Griego, David Guenther, David Guerette, Michelle Gursky, Paula Guthals, Mick

Gutscher, Mark

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Haberstich, Nicole

Leisurely studying in the IMC

150


Hakkila, Mark Hampton, Dee Dee Hansen, Lars Harbur, Richard Harder, Cindy Harelson, Pam

Rainy days.

Harp, Steve Hastings, Kay Holland, Sandy Helmick, Catherine Herrick, Grant Hildebrand, Bill

Hill, Jeff Hinman, Nancy Hinojosa, Hugo Hiteman, Lavere Hoffman, Daryl Holcomb, Frances

Hollingsworth, jan Holm, Eric Holmes, Lisa Holmes, Tim Honey, Aaron Horina, Debbie

Houtz, Cynthia Hudgins, David Humphrey, joe Hunter, Allan D. Ingwerson, [Tiana jaramillo, Steve

151


)('Hri('s, Craig lohn, Elimolek lohnson, Carlene Johnson, Kevin lohnson, Marty lohnson, Rick

Katko, Mary Ready, Barlrara Keddy, leffrey Keir, Kathleen Keller, Eric Kennedy, Carol

Kercher, Peggy Kern, |ulie Kerns, |oAnn Kestell, Pat Ketchum, Greg King, Marie

Kirlay, loan Klatt, Monty Klee, Cindy Knapp, David Knapp, Russell Knuppel, Christian

Kraig, Barbara Kuehl, Barb Eadabour, Benjie Eandahl, Ollie EaRotonda, Lelia Earson, Sandra

Eedbetter, Kathy Eee, Mark

Eier, Kari Eilley, Barbara

Kathy and Mike cleaning up

152


Little, Brenda Locke, David Lockett, Lyle Lonnbardi, Hal Lopez, Rol^ert Lucas, )ohn

Luehring, janelle Lujan, Terry Lundy, Jane Lundgaard, Kris Maes, Bob Maina, Tom

Malanify, Jeff Malmberg, Eric Mariner, Ron Markham, Beverly Martin, Robert Martinez, Debbie

Martinez, Julian Martinez, Renee Marx, Cheryl Mason, John Mathews, Sandra McCall, Cam

McCormick, Mike

McFatridge, Terry

Mclnroy, David

Olions hamming il up.

153


M( Loo(i, lohn Mc'culc', David Meissner, |im Mello, Ann Claire Merryman, lane Mikkelson, Carrie

Mitchell, David Monaghan, Kevin Moore, Robert Morgan, Karri Morgan, Mariam Morris, Christine

Restoring an antique in auto shop.

Morse, )im Mortensen, Russ Mosher, Donna Moulton, Ellen Munyon, Ginny Myers, Laurie

Naranjo, Cammy Naranjo, Richard Nelson, Tom Nemec, Marla Newell, Bill Newman, Paul

154


Novak, Pam Novak, Tom O'Brien, Walt O'Hair, Mark O'Hare, Bryan Ohiwiler, Lorie

Olivas, Patricia Onstott, )oe Orlicky, Helen O'Rourke, Mary Orr, Alison Ortiz, Robert

Orton, Curt Pacheco, Liz Parkinson, Bruce Patten, Dawn Patton, Inez Patton, Tamela

Studying on the grass.

155


Paulson, Nancy Payne, Dona Pellette, Philip Pec^ueUe, Vicki Perrault, Gina Petersen, Sarah

Peterson, Tom Phillips, jodale Pickett, left Plehn, Cyndee Poe, Teri Povelites, Carl

Prebyl, Jayne

Pyburn, Janet

Pyle, Pat

Raies, Bill Ramsay, Carol Rand, Amy Rauchfuss, James Reisfeld, Belinda Reiswig, Mark

Reninger, Lee Roberts, Terry Robertson, Kent Rodgers, Sona Rodriguez, Bobby Rodriguez, Eddie

156


John Wallwork works on props backstage.

Rogers, Kelly Rojas, joe

Romero, Cathy Roth, Ka-thy

Rupert, Mike Rupprecht, Ward Ryan, Theresa Scargall, Dave Schell, Tami Schelonka, Robert

Scher, jill Schermer, Elizabeth Schilling, Philip Schlosser, Rosemary Schofield, Lyle Schofield, Lynn

Scott, Kim Segura, Mike Serda,Sidro Sharpless, Lisa Shunk, Katherine Sibbitt, Jack

Siglock, Steve Simmonds, Stan Smith, Alan Smith, Dennis Smith, Peggy Smith, Shari

Smith, Terry Spalding, Linda Spande, Ronda Spanos, Mark Spurgeon, Kay Stein, Stephanie

157


St('wart, Ldurio Stiles, Bdrl)ara Stokes, Grant Stokes, Kyle Stout, Christine Stratton, Carol

Braving the elements.

Stroik, Paul Sullenberger, Mike Sullivan, Beth Sutton, Jim Swenson, Keith Tallman, Kathy

Tatom, Mike Tatro, Chuck Taylor, Adrian Taylor, Batrice Taylor, Mary Teel, Mark

Thomas, Betty Thomas, Dan Thurston, Suzanne Tietjen, Garth Tisinger, Rick Todd, Duwayne

58


Trujillo, Ramona Trump, Steve Ulibarri, Marie VanDilla, Wendy VanLyssel, Ron VanVessem, Ion

Velasco, Lisa Vidale, )ohn Vigil, Cecilia Vinton, Glenn Visel, Bob Visscher, )im

Voelz, David Vogel, Denise Wackerle, Merry Wahlen, Kay Walker, Cinny Wallace, Tim

Ward, Bill Ward, Bill Warnes, Linda Webb, Terri Weeks, Michele Weisgerber, Scott

West, Nancy Whetstone, Sally Wickline, Missy Williams, lohnny Williamson, Ken Wilson, Dale

Wilson, Nadine Wing, Mary Winkler, Cindy Wisehart, Billie Witte, Carole Wolff, Judy

Woodcock, Dawn Worlton, David Wright, Sandy Yeamans, Steve Zelenka, Bret Zerwas, Diane

159


Al)('yld, Frank All)illdr, Karl Alexander, Michael All re, Rod Allen, Beth Anderson, Steve

Ancirews, )ulie Apel, Bernie Archuleta, Loretta Archuleta, Mark Archuleta, Wayne Armstrong, Karen \

Arntzen, |ulie Ayers, Andrew Baker, Denise Balcomb, Matt Ballance, Lori Bankston, Neil

Sophomores

Richard Reichelt, Bob Schelonka, )eff Pickett; "See How They Run."

Barker, Dianne Barnett, Vicki Barr, Jim Bartram, Sharon Bell, George Benavidez, Rocky

Bennett, Karl Bennett, Susan Bentley, Cerri Bequette, Charla Bequette, John Beyer, Tom

160

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Richer, Susan Billings, Connie Bird, Jennifer Bjarke, Gary Blackwood, H. T. Blewett, Chris

Bond, Joseph Booth, Laura Bowen, Debi Boyer, Robert Bradley, Chris Branch,Barb

Brashear, Rod Brooks, Dory Brophy, Danny Brophy, James Brousseau, Jeannette Buden, Barry

Burge, Terry Burkheimer, Brita Busick, David Buteau, Tim Cabbell, Jim Cady, Tom

Cake, Sharon Cardon, Colleen

Carter, Carol Carter, Mary

Caswell, Starr Cates, Lisa

Viewing the happenings.

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Cooking u() a storm

Catlin, Lori

Chavez, Florence

Chavez, Linda Chavez, RoL^ert Chelius, Cheryl Chiles, Bonnie Chorn, Susan Christensen, RoL^ert

Clancy, Mike Clayton, Ellen Collins, Conrad Contreras, Christina Cook, Sharon Cort, Bill

Courtright, Lynne Cox, Charles Crawford, Lou Ann Cremer, Mary CuLiitt, Steve Daly, Bart

Damran, lanine Daniels, Kathy t^are, Frances Davis, Joy L^avis, Sharon deCruyter, Mary

De Marsh, Elaine IDemuth, EHal (3)ennis, Berta Deschner, Cathe l^evaney, Kathleen Diaz, Andela

162


Dick, Vern Dingus, Brenda Dudziak, )oe [^uffy, Michael Dugan, DavicJ Durnmer, John

Dunlop, Jane Duran, Debbie Duran, Lonnie Dvorak, Dan Dye, Kevin l^ye, Linda

Dye, Richard Earl, Shelly Eddleman, John Ekdahl, Nick Elder, |ohn Elizan, Rowena

Elliott, Jenny Elliott, Kyle Ellis, Elly Elsberry, Karen Engleman, Bill Ettinger, Linda

Evans, Julia Everhart, Trina Ferdinand, Denise Findley, Chuck Fisher, Mike Hammer, Richard

Flicker, Stuart Foley, John Folkner, Cheri Foster, Susan Fraser, Suzy Fuka, Mary

Furnish, Chris Garcia, Michelle Gardner, Joan Gerke, Melissa Gilbert, Greg Gilbert, Sharon

163


Gilles|')i(', Milton Gilley, Kathy Gillis, Kelley Goodtellow, Doug Graves, Gretchen Greenfield, Nelson

Greenling, Sc ott Gregory, Wendy Griego, Rosanne Gritzo, Rusty Grothus, Ted Guenette, Elaine

Guevara, Ricardo Gurley, Laura Gurule, Angie Guthrie, EHoward Gutierrez, Pam Hackman, Philip

Hafer, Dori Han, Jae Hand, Sherry Hanold, Lynn Harlow, Keith Harper, Debbie

Harrison, Mary Harshman, Steve Hart, Dana Hart, Donna Hartshorne, Jeff Hayter, Janet

Helland, Bob

Holland, Brenda

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Graphic arts teaches typesetting.

164


Nina Gram counts the coins.

Heller, Jean

Hemphill, Rick

Herbst, Beth Hiteman, Teresa Hohner, Rory Holland, Ann Honnell, Kevin Houck, Cory Houlton, Tom Hoverson, Mark Humphrey, Cathy Husted, Sandra Hwang, Margaret Inglis, Donna

Jacobson, Mark Jalbert, Louis Jameson, Todd Jannuzzi, Dean Jardine, Damon Jardine, Darren Johnson, Donna Johnson, Ellen Johnson, Matthew Johnson, Mike Jolly, Steve Jones, Seth

Juveland, Kelli Jo Katko, Mark Keady, Carol Kephart, George Kieren, Frank Kieren, Lenny

165


M r. [H o ld er's (M tm g a g a in .

King, Susan Knecht, Barton

Kocela, [])avi(i Koch, Lisa

Kosty, Moni Krupka, Nilda Kuehl, Steve Laird, Buddy Law, Susan Laws, Becky

Lea, Dan Ledbetter, Carolyn Lee, Eric Lee, Robert Lehmann, Debbie Leonard, Bonnie

Lewis, Cathy Lilienthal, Annie Lilley, Sherry Lindahl, Mark Lindberg, Donald Lippiatt, Tessa

Littlejohn, Liz Lobb, Terri Lockyer, Tom Lopez, Delia Lovato, jennie Lujan, Becky

Lujan, Kelly Maes, Martha Maestas, Ada Mahoney, Brad Malanify, Tina Maltrud, Steve

166


Mann, Jacoi Maret, Bruce Marsh, Kate Marsh, Steve Martin, Chris Martinez, Debbie

Martinez, John Martinez, Thomas Matheson, Debbie Mathews, Greg Maveety, Terri McClannahan, Shawn

McCloud, Byron McCurdy, Mike McFarland, Eric McGehee, Stephen McGrath, Matt McQueen, Gregory

McTeigue, Jolyn Meissner, Lisa Messimer, Vince Miera, John Miller, Andrea Miller, Paul

Milligan, Mike Mitchell, Kathy

Mize, Tavia Mjolsness, Ingrid

Monaghan, Kris Montague, Garol

The preacher man strikes again.

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A [X'rpk'xeci Bob Sc hclonkd

Montgomery, leanne Moore, Honey

Moore, Susan Morris, Carrie

Morris, Dawn Morrison, Sandra

Morse, Katie Mosley, James

Motz, Andy Munie, Lulu

Murphy, Gail Myers, Brian Myers, Marilyn Nagle, Patricia Naranjo, Albert Naranjo, Alice

Neergaard, Lynn Neill, Bobby Nelson, Linnea Newman, Cheryl Nichols, Barry Nichols, Michele

168


Nicklas, Nancy Nitz, Mary Norman, Alecia Norris, Debra Novak, Mike O'Brien, Sheri

Ohisen, Debby Ohiwiler, Scott Olcott, Launie Olsen, Joyce Olsen, Kay Olson, Eric

Sacked out.

Ortega, Paul Orton, Mary Kay Osborn, David Oschwald, Nancy Owens, Sherri Owens, Tim

Paas, Ingrid Pacheco, David Padilla, Ken Padilla, Mike Parker, Brad Parker, Catherine

Parker, Chris Parsons, David Payne, Gregory Pearcey, Amy Pederson, Donna Pellette, Denise

169


Perkins, Mdrtha Perlman, Rol)in Peters, lelf Peterson, Anne Petrie, Kathy Pettit, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hil

Milling over a graphic's problem.

Phillips, David Pierce, Judy Pierotti, Peter Pinkston, Denise Pirtle, Robin Pollat, Scott

Ponder, Brad Prebyl, Dave Price, Matthew Prueitt, Danny Quinn, Patricia Ramsey, Cindy

Ramsey, Clay Rand, Dan Rarrick, Tom Ratliff, Greg Reynolds, Holly Richberger, Ross

170


Rockwood, Lisa Roemer, Peggy Romero, Jeanette Romero, Robert Rosenthal, Scott Roth,Steve

Rowley, Mike Roybal, Alric Roybal, Bernadette Ruppel, Wendy Russell, Candy Russell, Craig

Nobody move!

Sahling, Tracey Saiaz, Mark Salazar, Frances Salgado, Marian Sanchez, Luis Sandford, Mike

Sandoval, David Sandoval, Frank Sandstrom, Fred Saponara, Cabrielle Sayer, Cindy Schell, Paul

Schelonka, Lynne Schmahl, jay Schneider, Steve Schofield, Samuel Schuster, Wendy Scolman, David

171


Soamons, KoI kmI St'it/, Karc'o Seitz, Sharon Shat ter, f rank Shalek, Tina Shaw, Chris

Sheldon, James Shelton, Trisha Sherwood, Dan Sherwood, Tami Silbert, Martha Simi, Matt

Simmons, Trey Srnale, Ricky Smith, Cindy Smith, Cary Smith, Kelly Snow, juli

Spencer, Kevin Staton, Mike Stewart, Michael Stewart, Mike Stillman, Kevin Streetman, Austin

Stroik, Mike Strong, Mark Sul, Julie Sullivan, Lorry Taylor, Robin Tegtmeier, Janet

Stitching up a garment or two.

172


Thayer, James Thomassen, Dan Thompson, Scott Thomson, David Thorn, Tammy Tinkle, Carla

Tregellas, Alan Tucker, Tad Tuning, Brad Tuning, Nanetta Turner, jerry Ulibarri, Carolyn

Upham, Mike Valdez, Andy Valdez, Dorothy VanBuren, Jon Vandergust, Ellen Vanderlaan, Mariere

Velasquez, Mary Vigil, Anna Voelz, Brian Vogel, Herbert Volkin, David Wageman, Steve

Wahman, Donna Wallace, Kerry Ward, Ralph

173


W d)b, Craig Weeks, lames Westervelt, Rol)ert Wewerka, Mike Whalen, Paul Whittlesey, Tom

Wiard, Rob Wickline, Cindy Wing, Cathy Wisehart, Terry Witherspoon, Don Wolff, Steve

Wolfsberg, Dawn Wood, Richard Worlton, Janice Worlton, Linda Young, Chris Young, Keith

Young, Richard Zachariasen, Kerry Zickert, Janet Ziemer, Denny Zocher, Eric Heil, Bernard

Decisions, decisions, decisions

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Community Center

Los Alamos, New Mexico

Santa Fe, N.M.

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THE STITCHING POST

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in White Rock 120 Longview Dr.

Fashion Fabrics Yarns Crafts Sewing Lessons W e Sew Right for You

Community Center I 149 18th 662-9589

Los Alamos, N.M.

Cabbell Abstract and Title Company Jim Cabbell A g en cy— Realtors Suite 202, Miles Bldg. 1907 Central — P.O. Box 578 — 662-5187 Los Alamos, New Mexico

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87544

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662-4455

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662-3399 Los Alamos, New Mexico

1743 Central

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662-5531

I 30 Lincoln

983-6321

Los Alamos, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Community Center Los Alamos

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V ILLA G E BARBER SHOP Professional Men and Boy's Hairstyling by Eddie Martinez and Julian Ortiz

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CONUNDRUMS How long will it take a disciplined, diligent, mindful, cooperative, industrious society of eight hundred million to surpass, in every area, a society given to prodigality and unbridled freedom ??? Can the latter, which enjoys a technology and presently controls, but habitually destroys, an inordinate proportion of the d iminishing heritage from Mother Earth, survive after the heritage is squandered??? Can a technologically advanced society survive with large numbers of persons surviving in slums or enjoying the freedom of self-exile in America's Gulag A rchipelago??? Kind wishes and wisdom to the Class of '76.

Congratulations to the Class of 1976 From the

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976 17+h St.

Los Alamos, N. Mex.

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Hair Specialist

662-7800

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Congratulations to the 1976 Graduates

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662-5886

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Phone 662-4261

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Pizza Hut 1400 I 8th St. Los Alamos 662-241 I

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1234 I 7th Street

1054 17th St. Phone 662-4481

Los Alamos, N.M.

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C O N G RA TU LA TIO N S TO THE CLASS O F "76" 613^-°t5?5 Aruty t "Donne IColivodo IpraprWtors

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Class of 1976 A's A lei, Phil - Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball M anager 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Honor Society Secretary/T reasurer 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3; L etterm an's Club 2 , 3 , 4; Senior Class Vice President A m ies, Evelyn - Choir 3, 4 Anderson, Edith - Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; A ll-S tate Band 3, 4; Candy Stripers 2, 3, 4; President 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Apgar, Stewart - Band 2 , 3 , 4 A pprill, Jeanette - Honor Society 3, 4; Choir 3 , 4 ; Art Club 4 A rchuleta, Ken - None Arnold, W alter - Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Most V aluable Player - Baseball 3 Asbridge, Mary - Olions 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 4; Pegasus 2, 3, 4; Editor 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Atkinson, Denise - Journalism 4; Choir 2

Ayers, Audrey - FBLA Historian 3; FTA 2; AFS 2, 3 B’s Baker, Rod - Student Governm ent D elegate 3, 4; Chess Club 2 Baldwin, Gary - Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3 Balestrini, Paula - A ll-S tate Band 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4 Barker, Debbie - None B arthell, Benton - Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; President L etterm en's Club 4; Secretary L etterm en’s Club 2, 3 Bartholom ew, Rebecca - Choir 3, 4 Bates, Debbie - Yearbook 3 B aum gartner, Gunther - Honor Society 3, 4 Beckman, Starr - Hockey 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3 Bell, Carolyn - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Bequette, Linda - Olions 2, 3, 4; Pep Club Treasurer 2; OEA P arliam entarian 2; OEA Secretary 3; State OEA P arliam entarian 4; Student Council 4; Youth and Governm ent 4 Bernard, Peter - Choir 2 , 3 , 4 Biebel, Sandra - OEA 4 Bingham, Barry - Football 2, 3, 4; W restling 2 , 3 , 4 Bird, David - Baseball M anager 2; Baseball 4 Bjarke, Karl - Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Basketball 2 Blair, Stephen - Student Council 4; Bellam y R epresentative 4; T rack 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; H illtalkers 3,

4; National M erit Scholarship Finalist 4 Blevins, Eric - None Booth, Lawrence - Band 2, 3, 4; Olions 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2 , 3 , 4 Bradley, Mark - Student Council 4; Honor Society 4; National M erit Scholarship Finalist 4 Brancato, Don - Band 2 , 3 ; Student Council 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Letterm en's Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Yearbook 4; Journalism 4 Branch, Edward - None Brashear, M ichelle - Art Club 2 Brazier, Dan - None Brem en, Carol - Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Outstanding Tennager of Am erica 3 Bridge, Jo - Baseball 3, 4; Football 2, 3 Brooks, George - Track M anager 2; Archaeology 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Ski Club 4 Brousseau, Pat - Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 4 Brown, Amy - Track 2 , 3 , 4 ; Youth and Government 3; Choir 3, 4 Brown, James - None Brundige, Annette - OEA 4; 400 Club 4; Hockey 2; GAA 2 Budge, Lori - Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; NCTE W riting Contest Burkhalter, Haynie - None Burnett, Laurel - OEA 3; Tennis 2 , 3 ; Ski Club 2, 4 Burns, Dale - Choir 4 Butler, Nan - Choir 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Olions 4 Byers, Julie - Choir 3 , 4 ; Ski Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 C's Cady, John - Swimming 8th, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; N ational M erit S em i-finalist 4 C alvin, Tom - None C am p, M artin - None C arr, M att - Football 2, 4 Carson, John - Choir 3 C arter, Roxy - Choir 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; A ll-S tate Choir 3, 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3; Honor Society 4; Olions 2, 3, 4; SMICO 4 C ase, M itchell - Band 2, 3 C ates, Mark - Football 4 C ham berlin, John - Yearbook 2 C harm atz, C laire - None Chorn, Cynthia - Tennis 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Coon, Ansley - Band 2, 3, 4; A llState Band 2, 3; N ational M erit Finalist 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4

Corbett, Mark - Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Lookout 3, 4 Cornwell, David - Band 2, 3, 4; Sophomore and Junior Class President; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student Council Corresponding Secretary 4; A ll-S tate Band 4 C orrie, Miles - Basketball 2 , 3 , 4 Crawford, M ichael - None Crem er, Deborah - Youth and Government 4; Drill Team 3; Student Council 4 Cummings, Carrie - Hockey 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2, 3; Student Council 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Basketball 4 D's Davis, Charles - None Day, Charles - Football 2 DeG ruyter, Gregory - Band 2, 3 DesGeorges, Joseph - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Dick, Eric - Olions 2; STSOE 3 Dickey, Bill - Basketball 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Letterm an's Club 2 , 3 , 4 Dinsio, Dave - Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Letterm an's Club 2 , 3 , 4 Domis, Mike - Olions 3, 4; H illtalkers 3, 4 Douglas, Daniel - None Dowler, Tom - Choir 4; Football 2, 3 Duncan, Kenneth - Journalism 4 Dunlop, Gerald - None Dye, Robert - None Dyson, Joan - Band 2, 3 E’s Ebinger, M ichael - Band 2, 3, 4; Westinghouse Science Project " U . S. G rant” 3; Yearbook 3, 4; Honor Society 4 Edwards, Eric - Wrestling 2, 3; Rodeo 2, 3 Eichor, Barbara - OEA 2, 3, 4; Parliam entarian 3 , 4 ; Track 2 , 3 , 4 Elizan, Melissa - Drill Team 3, 4 Elkins, Robert - None E lliott, Brian - Track 2, 3; Boys' State 3; Yearbook 4 E lliott, Carolyn - None E lliott, Nancy - Youth and Government 4; Art Club 4; Drill T eam 3; Student Council 4 E lliot, Russell - Ski Club 4; Youth Advisory Board 4 Engleman, Lynn - Band 2, 3, 4; Candy Stripers 2 , 3 ; Honor Society 3 , 4 ; Girls' State 3; Student Council 4; Olions 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4 Erpenbeck, Debra - None Essington, M ichael - Baseball 3 , 4 ; Band 2, 3 Evans, Leslie - Lookout 3 , 4 ; Editor 4; Yearbook 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 F’s Ferguson, Harold - none Flynn, Patricia - OEA 4

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Foley, Mary - Hockey 2 , 3 ; Honor Society 3 , 4 ; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; LA ARC 2 , 3 , 4 Folkner, Steven - Football 2; Track 2; Tennis 3, 4; Key Club 3; Student Council 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; N ational Merit Scholarship Finalist 4 Forrest, Lynne - Hockey 2; Gymnastics 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Choir 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Candy Stripers 3; Golf 4 Foster, M argaret - Olions 4; Honor Society 4 Fraser, Neil - Band 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 2 , 3 , 4; President 4; Bridge Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Honor Society 4 F razier, Yolanda - Basketball 3, 4 Fulwyler, Connie - Olions 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4 Furnish, M ichael - Band 2, 3, 4 ; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Honor Society 3, 4; N ational Math Honor Roll 3; Nom inated West Point Leadership Award 3; Honorary Com m encem ent Usher 3; Chess Club 4; Student Council 4; N ational Merit Scholarship Finalist 4; Honors G raduate 4 G's G allim ore, Debbie - None Garbers, Mark - None G arcia, M arcia - Art Club 2, 3 G eelan, M arie - None G erety, Mason - Student Council 3, 4; Olions 2; Bridge Club 3, 4 Gibbons, Brad - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 2 , 3 , 4 Gibney, Theresa - Student Council 4; Treasurer 4; Olions 3, 4; Secretary 4; Track 2, 3, 4; V olleyball 3; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Society of Distinguished Am erican High School Students 4; N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; A lternate Bellamy D elegate 4; Honor Society 3, 4; H iltalkers 4 G illespie, Karol - Ski Club 3, 4; Candy Stripers 2, 3; STATE 4 G lascock, Joli - Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Candy Stripers 2, 3; LA ARC 2, 3; Student Council 4 Glinski, Ivy - Art Club 3 , 4 ; Candy Stripers 2, 3, 4; Rodeo Club 3, 4 Goforth, Karla - None G onzales, Johnny - Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2 , 3 ; Student Council 2, 3 Gore, Robert - Student Council 4; Boys' State 3; Honor Society 3, 4; President 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Youth and Government 4 Gray, Elizabeth - Rodeo Club 2 G reco, Janice - None Griego, P atricia - Journalism 4

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G uenette, Yvonne - OEA 4; Hockey 2; GAA 2; 400 Club 4 H's H am m ond, Steve - Senior Class President 4; Outstanding T eenager of Am erica 3; Football 2, 3, 4; W restling 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Honor Society 3, 4; Youth and Government 4; Boys' State 3 H an, Koon - Orchestra 3 Handy, Cristi - None Hansen, Tom - Band 2 , 3 , 4 Hanson, Robert - None Harbour, Kelly - None Harper, Vicki - Art Club 2; Choir 3, 4; A ll-S tate Choir 3 H arrington, Alan - Band 4 H art, Darrel - Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2

Harvey, Don - Art Club 2, 3 Hayes, Jody - OEA 2, 3, 4; H illtalkers 4; Honor Society 4 Hayes, Renee - C heerleader 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Girls' Track 2, 3 H enkel, Kathy - Olions 3, 4; H illtalkers 3, 4; Drill T eam 4; Pep Club 2; Honor Society 2, 3 H enslee, Gay - None H errera, Theresa - C heerleader 2; Drill Team 3, 4; Track 2; Drill T eam Captain 4 Hicks, Les - Ski Club 3, 4; Track 2; Cross Country 1, 2; Student Council 4 H ill, Amy - Yearbook 3, 4 H illm an, Mark - Olions 4; Ski Club 4; Youth and Government 3, 4 Hinojosa, Rico - Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Letterm an's Club 2 , 3 , 4 Hoard, Allison - Choir 3, 4 Hodson, Lynne - H illtalkers 3, 4; Secretary 4; OEA 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4 H ollabaugh, Jeanne - Choir 3, 4; Olions 3, 4; AFS 3; STATE 4 Horina, Cathy - Olions 2; Choir 3, 4 Houlton, Susan - None Huebner, Anne - Key Club Court 4 Hum e, Russell - None Hwang, C harlotte - Student Council 3, 4; Recording Secretary 4; Girls' State 3; Choir 4; Hockey 2 , 3 ; Olions 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Junior and Senior Class Secretary Ts Ingnas, Ulf - Basketball 4; Foreign Exchange Student, Sweden 4 J's Jacobson, Eric - A ll-S tate Orchestra 3 , 4 ; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Basketball 2; Choir 4 Jaeger, Scot - None Jahoda, Ellen - Olions 2, 3, 4; President 4; H illtalkers 3, 4 Jalbert, Marc - Tennis 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4 Jaram illo, Richard - None

Johnson, Dale - Journalism 4 Johnson, Tim - Orchestra 2, 3, 4; A llState Band 2, 3, 4; STATE 4 Jordan, Paula - Drill T eam 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3; OEA 3 Justice, Pam ela - None K's K achelm eier, Steve - Honor Society 3, 4; H illtalkers 3, 4 Katko, Mike - Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Journalism 4 K azek, Carol - Journalism 4; OEA 4 Keddy, V alerie - Honor Society 2 , 3 , 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Gymnastics 2, 3; Olions 2 , 3 , 4 K eenan, Shelly - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 K eller, Stephen - None Kerrisk, Dennis - Key Club 3, 4 K estell, Kenneth - Choir 4 Key, Terri - Band 3, 4; A ll-S tate Band 4; H illtalkers 3, 4 King, Sam uel - Baseball 3 K ircher, Ann - Journalism 4 K lingler, Louise - Choir 2, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; A ll-S tate Choir 4; Key Club Court 3, 4; National German Award 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3; Student Council 4; French Club 4 K m etko, Paul - Art Club 2 K oczan, M ichael - None Kosty, Joseph - None K ram er, Mark - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Kressin, Paul - H illtalkers 3, 4; Choir 4; Student Council 4 K riz, David - Cross Country 2 Kuehl, Jeffrey - Football 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Key Club 4; Youth and Government 4 L's LaBerge, Linda - Art Club 2 Lagasse, Norman - None Lane, Jeffrey - Track 3; Honor Society 4 Larson, Brad - None L azazzera, Gina - Tennis 4; Student Council 4; Art Club 4; OEA 4 Lee, Charles - Swimming 2, 3, 4; Golf T eam 2 , 3 , 4 Lee, Katherine - None Lewis, David - Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3; A ll-State Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 4 L illey, John - Student Council 3, 4; N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Society of Distinguished Am erican High School Students^; Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4 Lindholm , Nancy - None Lindstrom, Teri - Orchestra 2 , 3 , 4 Lopez, Nick - None Lora, Loretta - Drill T eam 2; Ski Club 2, 3; Girls' Hockey 3; Prom Court 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Olions 3, 4; C heerleader 4; Honor Society 4; Hom ecoming Court 4; Journalism 4; Student Council 4


L ucero, Orlando - Student Council 2, 3, 4; Student Body President 4; Key Club 2 , 3 , 4 ; Key Club V icePresident 3; Key Club President 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Olions 2, 3, 4; LAARC 3 Lujan, Sheila - Rodeo Club 2 , 3 , 4 Lury, Robert - Basketball 2 , 3 , 4 M's M aes, Stephen - None M aestas, M argie - Youth and Governm ent 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Girls' Hockey 2, 4; Choir 3 M altrud, Kristine - Prom Court 3; AFS 3; Olions 3; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Recording Secretary 4; Hom ecoming Court 4 M artin, Benjamin - Yearbook 2 M artinez, Carrie - None M artinez, K athleen - None M artinez, Thomas - Golf 2 , 3 , 4 M asanz, Mark - None M asterson, Robert - Journalism 4; Pegasus 3, 4; Yearbook 3; STATE 4 M ather, Jeffrey - None M attys, Jean - None M ayne, Carol - Honor Society 4 M cCarty, Debra Lynn - OEA 3 M cClary, T am i - None M cConnell, K athleen - None M cGrath, Karen - Gymnastics 2 , 3 ; Hockey 2; Track 2, 3; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Youth and Governm ent 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 M cKibben, Nan - Orchestra 2 M cMahon, Brian - Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2 , 3 , 4 M eade, M atthew - None M edina, Jeffrey - W restling 2 , 3 , 4 M elton, David - Rodeo Club 2 , 3 , 4 M eyer, John - None M eyer, Leslie - None M iera, Joe - Key Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Track 2 M ikkelson, Brian - Track 2 M iller, M ike - None M ills, W illiam - None M jolsness, Eric - Band 2 , 3 , 4 M ontoya, Paula - Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2 , 3 , 4 M orelli, Lisa - V olleyball 3, 4; C aptain 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; C aptain 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 2, 3; President GAA 2; Ski Club 2 M ortensen, Debbie - C heerleader 3, 4; Basketball 2; Journalism 3; Pegasus 3; Hom ecom ing Court 4 Moss, Dwight - None M ulford, Roberta - Orchestra 2, 3, 4; A ll-S tate Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Ski Club 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2 , 3 ; Honor Society 3, 4 M ullins, Dorothy - Gymnastics 1 , 2 , 3, 4; LAARC 3, 4; OEA 3, 4; Candy Stripers 3 Munno, David - None Munyon, Carolyn - Basketball 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Choir 4

Myers, W illiam - Basketball 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 M ynard, Cindy - Choir 2 , 3 ; Yearbook 3 M ynard, Pam - None N's N affziger, Nancy - Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; A ll-S tate Orchestra 3, 4 N ance, Robert - Orchestra 2, 3; Astronomy Club 2, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Student Council 4; Bridge Club 2, 3, 4; President 4 Nereson, Bruce - Band 2, 3, 4; Olions 2; A ll-S tate Band 2, 3, 4; Youth and Government 3, 4 Nereson, Kenny - Band 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3 Newman, Cathy - V olleyball 3, 4; Ski Club 3 N icklas, Thomas - Wrestling 2, 4; Baseball 3, 4 N ietham m er, Diane - C heerleader 3, 4; Journalism 4; Student Council 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Queen 4 Noort, Dena - None O's O livas, Danny - Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Football M anager 4; Football 2 O livas, David - None Olsen, Steven - Ski Club 3 Olson, Holly - Art Club 2, 3, 4; V icePresident 4; Honor Society 4; Candy Stripers 2, 3 Olwin, Stephen - Football 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2; Track 3 O 'N eil, Kevin - Track 2 Orbesen, Robyn - Track 2; Basketball 2; OEA 4; Prom Court 3; Drill Team 3; Guitar 2, 3 Osborn, Jill - Art Club 4; Ski Club 2 Oschwald, Dan - Student Council 2, 3 Owens, James - Football 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4 P's Paas, Lisa - Olions 4; Track 3, 4 Parker, David - Choir 2 , 3 , 4 Parker, Elizabeth - None Parker, Neil - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Parrott, Kaye - None P artridge, Linda - LAARC 2 , 3 , 4 Pederson, Kevin - Track 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3 Pena, Robert - Honor Society 3, 4; STSOE 3; AFS President 3, 4; AllState Band 3; STATE 3, 4 Perrings, Patty - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 Petranto, Steve - None P etrie, Steve - None Pinkston, Larry - Band 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Choir 3, 4 P irtle , M onica - H illtalkers 4 Plassm ann, Cathy - Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 4

Potter, Betsy - Drill Team 3; Student Council 4; Honor Society 4; Art Club 2, 4; STSOE 2 Povelites, Kathy - None Prince, Peter - Football 2, 3, 4; STATE 4 Puckett, Cheryl - Spanish Club 2 , 3 ; V ice-President 2; FBLA 2, 3; FTA 2; Powder Puff Football 3; Key Club Court 4 P ru eitt, Cynthia - H illtalkers 3 Pyburn, Brenda - OEA 3, 4; Olions 2 Pyburn, Elaine - Art Club 3

O's Quinn, Diana - V olleyball 3, 4; Hockey 2; Honor Society 3, 4; STATE 4; Youth and Government 3 Q uintana, Barbara - Swimming 1 , 2 , 3, 4 R's Reavis, Ellen - Gymnastics M anager 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2

Reeves, Richard - Band 2 , 3 , 4 R eichelt, Richard - Olions 4 Reiley, Mac - Track 2 , 3 , 4 Reninger, Paul - Pegasus 3; Yearbook 4; Ski Club 4 Rich, Dianne - Commended National M erit Student 4; Honor Society 2 , 3 , 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3 Rickman, Joel - Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4 Riley, Alan - None Rivera, Ronald - None Roach, W illiam - Basketball 2 , 3 , 4 Robertson, James - Track 2 Rockwood, H. Paul - N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; STSOE 4; Youth and Government 4 Roemer, Edward - None Romero, David - None Romero, Stella - None Roof, Steven - Band 2, 3, 4; Science Foundation Summer Scholarship 3 Rowley, Wendy - Youth and Government 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Rodeo 2 Roybal, David - None Ryan, M ichael - Football 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 S's Salm i, Karen - Candy Striper 3; Youth and Government 4; STSOE 4; Choir 4 Sanchez, Catherine - None Sandford, Peter - None Sandoval, Barbara - None S carlo tt, Rowena - Band 2 , 3 , 4 Schell, Jayne - Youth and Government 4; Art Club 4 Schonfield, Anna - Art Club 4 Schoolcraft, Roger - Rodeo 2, 3; Football 2; Track 2 Schutz, Leroy - Baseball 3, 4 S eitz, Stephen - Band 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Sophomore Class V icePresident

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Shaw, Pam - Student Council 4; Honor Society 4; Band 2; Candy Stripers 2, 3 Sherwood, Perry - Football 3; Track 3; Yearbook 4 Show alter, Roberta - None S ibbitt, Tina - Honor Society 4; Track 3; Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4 Siglock, Donald - None S im i, Edwin - Journalism 4; Band 2, 3 Sim m ons, Gail - Olions 2 Slavik, Joseph - None Sm ith, David - None Sm ith, Gary - None Sm ith, Larie - M ajorette 2 Sm ith, Peggy - Ski Club 2 Sm ith, Scott - Band 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4 Sm ith, Tonia - Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; H illtalkers 4 Snider, Karen - Gymnastics 2, 3; OEA 3, 4; Pep Club 2 Sojka, Diane - Student Council 2 , 3 , 4; Honor Society 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Olions 2; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 2; Society of Distinguished High School Students 4 Solinap, Jose - Class PRO 2; Class President 3; Class V ice-President 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball C aptain 4; Golf Team 3; D elegate to the 13th Boy Scouts World Jam boree in Japan 1; In "Shadow and Solitude" 4; AFS From Philippines 4 Spalding, Nicholas - None Springer, Paul - Honor Society 4 Stapleton, Shirlene - Honor Society 4 Stein, Erik - None Stein, Richard - Yearbook 4; Lookout 3 , 4 ; Editor 4; Youth and Government 3, 4; President 4; State Lieutenant Governor 4 Sterner, Victor - Basketball 2 , 3 ; Track 4; Key Club 4; Golf 1 Stirpe, Norine - Honor Society 2 , 3 , 4; Student Council 3; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Drill Team 3 Stockly, Ed - H illtalkers 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4 Stokes, Kirk - Band 2; Football 2 , 3 , 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Honor Society 3 Stone, Wendy - Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Honor Society 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; NSF 3 Sundberg, Ann - Drill Team 2; Olions 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Choir 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3 Susco, Kevin - Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; All Am erican Golf 3; Olions 4 Sutton, John - Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4 192 19

Szklarz, David - Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 T 's T a lle y , Susan - Choir 4 T e e l, Skip - Journalism 3, 4 T e rre ll, Jean - Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Candy Stripers 2, 3; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3 , 4 ; Olions 2 , 3 , 4 Thom as, Kathie - Key Club Court 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; March of Dimes Sponsor 3, 4; Track 2; Choir 2 Thorn, Nicky - Ski Club 2 T ille ry , Jeri Kae - None T in k le, M arti - Choir 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Swimming 1, 2, 3; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Student Council 4; Pegasus 4 Todd, Paula - OEA 4 Torres, Jody - None Turner, Linda - OEA 3, 4 U's Uher, Jane - OEA 3, 4 U libarri, Lawrence - Football 2 , 3 ; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2 Vs V allejos, Phyllis - Basketball 3, 4; Hockey 2; Softball 3, 4 Van H ecke, Kenny - Baseball 2 , 3 , 4 V igil, Eddy - Cross-Country 2; Wrestling 4; Basketball 3; Track 2 V oelz, V alerie - Ski Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Olions 3, 4; Softball 3 ^ V olz, Scott - None W's W agem an, Leslie - C heerleader 2 , 3 , 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 4; Honor Society 4; Student Council 4; Journalism 3, 4 W aldschm idt, Elizabeth - OEA 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Key Club Court 3 W allace, Randy - Basketball M anager 3, 4 W allis, Tony - Golf 3, 4 W allwork, John - Band 2, 3, 4; AllState Band 3, 4; Who's Who Among Am erican High School Students 3; Olions 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2 , 3 , 4 W arner, Bryan - None W arner, Vicki - Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; G irl's Basketball 2, 3, 4; A ll-Star District Basketball Player 3 W arren, Sarah - Student Council 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 4; Olions 2; N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 Watson, C harlotte - Student Council 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Candy Stripers 2; Student Council Funds Chairm an

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4; Who's Who Amo' School Students 3; ■ Board 3; LAARC 2. M erit Scholarship I'!"- 'S’ _ ^ W eaver, C hristine - ■.yj'inas''C Club Court 3 Weeks, Mike - Footbal.' 2, 3, W restling 2, 3, 4; Y o u t h an Governm ent 3; Track 2: • Student Council 4; Topper Review W ells, M arietta - None West, Pam ela - Band 2, Council 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Choir 4 W esterhold, Regina - Journalism 4 W halen, Kathy - Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among A m erican High School Students 3; Olions 2 , 3 , 4 ; Olions Secretary 4; Yearbook 4; Pegasus 4; A ll-S ta te Band 4; Orchestra 4; Honor Society 3 ,4 W hitm ore, Heidi - Olions 3, 4; Hone Society 3, 4; H illtalkers 4; Choir " 4; Pep Club 2 W ill, Candy - C heerleader 2; Drill T eam 3; C o-C aptain 3; Yearbook Student C ouncil 4; Key Club Sw eetheart 4 W illenberg, Steven - None W illiam s, Forrest - Band 2 , 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Olions 3; Drum Major 4; A ll-S ta te Band 3, 4 W illis, David - G erm an Club 2 , 3; Honor Society 3 , 4 ; Choir 3 , 4 ; Orchestra 3; N ational M erit Scholarship Finalist 4; G erm an Award 3 W isehart, Scott - Basketball M anage 3; Band 3, 4 W olfe, Barb - Swim T eam 4; Ski C lt 4; Choir 4 Woo, Loretta - OEA 4 Wood, Les - None W ood, Mike - None W oodcock, Linda - OEA 3, 4; Olions 2; Topper Review 2 W oodwell, Glenn - T rack 2 W right, Charles - Journalism 4 W right, Robert - T rack 2, 3, 4; Football 2 Y's Yarriell, Tom - Art Club 2, 3, 4; President 3, 4; Ski Club 2 , 3, 4; Tennis 4; Olions 4 Yasuda, Greg - Band 2, 3; Honor Society 4 Young, Janet - Art Club 3 Z 's Zerw as, Lex - Football 2, 3 , 4 ; Basketball 2 , 3 , 4 ; Baseball 2, 4 Zerw ekh, Paul - None Z ic k ert, Gwendolyn - Pep Club 2Gym nastics 2; Track 2 Z inn, Lennard - Olions 2, 3- Ski Cliil 2, 3, 4; S'TATE 4; Com m on Cause Honor Society 2 , 3 , 4 ; Prom Court


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Los Alamos Public School 1976 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1976 Yearbook

Los Alamos Public School 1976 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1976 Yearbook