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Welcome To Topper Territory

We have used a song in the opening pages to reflect the moods and feelings we experience during our high school lives, and to tie in this year’s theme, Topper Territory. Special thanks must be given to Mr. Thalman for helping make this yearbook possible. We would also like to thank the yearbook staff and the photographers for their many hours of hard work. Depicted on the end sheets is the staff working to com­ plete this statement of theme.

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Left: Mick Guthals developing some shots. Below: Teri Lobb has her work checked out by editor Sarah Petersen. Bottom Left: John Courtright works on basket足 ball section.

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Opposite Page: Top: Some of the staff work on layout pages. Bottom: 1977 LaLoma Staff Sitting (L-R) Carol Witte, Martha Silbert, Terry Miller, Tami Sher足 wood, Lelia LaRotunda, Jean Black, Renee Mar足 tinez (in window), Belinda Reisfeld, Kay Hast足 ings, Sonja Donaldson. Standing: John Courtright, Dave Mclnroy, Mick Guthals, Dan Brown, Jim Sutton, Sarah Petersen (editor), Lyle Lockett, Ginny Munyon. Not Pictured are: Terry Lobb and Wendy VanDilla.


Los A lamos High School

1300 Diamond Drive Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544


1974 Bellamy Award School For The State O f New Mexico


On the road of experience I’m trying to find my own way

Left: Schoolward bound. Bottom Left: For The Pause That Refreshes. Bottom: Just passin’ through.


Sometimes I wish that I could fly away

Upper Left: Stop-motion. Upper Right: Mr. Howl and Mrs. Schlosser attending to office procedures. Above: Steve Jaramillo hard at work in graphic arts. Lower Right: Soaking up the sun.


Left: Lounging around the IMC. Bottom Left; A parking lot mosaic. Bottom Right: The mindboggling computers.

When I think that I’m moving Suddenly things stand still


’m afraid ’cause I think they always will

Right: This isn’t as fun as Disneyland. Below; Dream on. Bottom Right: Donna Crook in OEA ceremony.


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And I’m looking for space And to find out who I am and I’m looking to know and understand

Top Left: John and his toys. Above: An environmental class enjoys a field trip. Left: Peek-a-boo, David!


Top Right: Linda Spalding and Donna Inglis up a tree again. Above: Down the upstair case. Right: Mr. Phillips caught in the act! Opposite Page: Top Left: Kent Robertson deep in thought. Far Right: Decisions, deci­ sions, decisions! Bottom Left: John Wood rap­ ping with Mr. Dunn. Bottom Right: Curt Orton and Diana Ingwerson enjoying the simple things in life.


Sometimes I fly like an eagle and sometimes I'm deep in despair

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All alone in the universe Sometimes that’s how it seems

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Top Right: Kelly Rogers aids the football players. Above; Barb Lilley enjoys the sun. Right: Something’s missing!

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I get lost in the sadness and the screams

Top: Pensive mood. Above: Chuck Banks and Kerry Carbone leaving school. Left: Lost in the traffic.

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Then I look in the center Suddenly everything’s clear

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Below: Up. up and away! Right: Leslie Gentry helps out on the ski hill. Bottom: Winter wonderland.

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On the road of experience Join in the living day

Right: Drag race in the snow. Far Right: Twist and missed. Bottom: Some never outgrow parades.

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If there’s an answer It’s just that it’s just that way

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When you’re looking to try and reach the stars

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- Ja Top Right: Joe Rojas lost in a nice day. Top Left: A creation in the making by Lisa Valasco and Mr. Jandacek. Bottom: Reaching for the sky.

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Activities

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Top: Catherine Jones and Carol Oliphant make way for the band on Home­ coming. Above: One of the little extras at a basketball game. Right: Cathy Anderson and Linda Worlton make sound Far Right: TJie band moves out. Opposite Page — Top: A mean sax. Far Right: The magic man. Bottom: LAHS Jazz Ensemble in concert.

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Bands Add Jazz To Spirit This year the marching band again broke its record for participation. One hundred fifty-two students provided entertainment in the form of a pep band for basketball games and half­ time shows during football season. Forty-two people went to All-State, performing in concerts with other high school musicians from around New Mexico. Jazz Ensemble I was selected as the honor group for All-State and performed in Popejoy Hall. All three Jazz Ensembles took part in the West Mesa 11th annual Jazz Eestival in Albuquerque.

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Right: Sharon and Lauren make music. Below: Mr. Beene tops them all. Bottom Left: A very occupied Jae Han. Bottom Right: The feminine touch.

Orchestra Doesn ’t Fiddle A round

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Left: Los Alamos Choir, Middle Left: Mr. “K" reaches for perfection. Below: Pajarita Singers. Bottom: Repertory Singers.

Mr. Kalberg Returns As Choir Director

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Top: 1977 Drill Team (R-L): Mary Ann Kossar, Carolyn Ledbetter, Florence Chavez, Janet Tegtmeier, and Jolyn McTeigue; (Not Pictured Mary Valasquez). Middle: Florence, Carolyn, and Janet concen­ trate on their routine. Below: Florence, Mary Ann, and Carolyn partic­ ipate in Pep Rally. Below Right: Carolyn Ledbetter leads Drill Team in Homecoming Parade.

Drill Team Involved In Many Activities

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Swingin' Twirlers This year’s majorettes practiced nine hours a week, attending twirling clinic during the summer at Portales and then competed in contests throughout the state. They also performed at all home football games and out-of-town games that the band went to, plus ushering at all band concerts. They performed at half of the basketball games. The majorettes will be losing head twirler. Dee Dee Hampton, and head major­ ette, Debbie Bender.

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Top: Front Row: Susan King (Junior), Dee Dee Hampton (senior), and Daisy Rodriguez (sophomore). Back Row: Debbie Bender (senior), and Nancy Horton (sophomore). Top Right: 1976-77 majorettes. Left: Dee Dee Hampton at it again. Above: Getting into position.

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Opposite Page (L to R); Left: Dee crowns Teri. Bottom Left: A bit of sunshine on a stormy day. Right: Ten Poe - Homecoming Queen. Bottom Right: 1976 Homecoming Court (L-R): Karri Morgan, Lisa Velasco, Lisa Ballance, Kathy Ledbetter. Above Left: Lisa and Karri bear the snow. Bottom Left: Canned tiger meat. Middle: Clowning around. Bottom Right: Grin and bear it.

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“Cage The Bengals” was this year’s Homecoming theme. The winning sophomore float was a football player in the process of caging a bengal. Teri Poe was crowned Homecoming Queen and her court consisted of Lisa Velasco, Lisa Ballance, Kathy Ledbetter, and Karri Morgan, Sonja Donaldson was Key Club sweetheart. The Top­ pers beat Gallup 58-22. The freezing weather didn’t dampen the players’ spirit, or that of the students.

Teri Crowned Homecoming Queen

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Right: 1976 Key Club Court (L to R): Pam Novak, Lisa Kellogg, Donna Inglis, Karen Stokes, Juli Sul, Marla Nemec, Diana Ingwerson, Diana Baca, Amy Rand, Lisa Cates, Joan Gard­ ner. Below: The winning float! Below Right: John Foley and Janet Zickert hard at work. Bottom: Art Club gets in the spirit.

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Below; Carol Warren listens intently. Mid Below: B ut. . . Middle Left; Mr. Frank leads hideaways in prayer. Bottom: 1976-77 Olions

Olions Fall Production The Olions opened the year with a dramatic presentation of “The Diary of Ann Frank.� The emotional play is set in Amsterdam, Holland during World War II.

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Top: Cheerleaders (L-R): Martha Maes, Teri Poe, Yvette Gibbs, Dana Hart, Lynne Courtright, and Ada Maestas. Right: Teri Fashes a winning smile. Far Right: B urr. . . Below: Yvette shakes her booty! Bottom Right: Jump, Martha, Jump! Opposite Page: Top: Patti cake, patti cake? Far Left: Ernie cheers for victory. Left: You can do it! You can do it! Bottom Right: Topper power. Bottom Left: JV cheerleaders(L-R): Lisa Gutier­ rez, Rylee Skahan, Shelly Hayden, Cindy Haarman, Ernie Preciado, and Sandy Lujan

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LA HS Cheerleaders Raise Dynamite Spirit The 1976-77 LAHS cheerleaders were the backbone of the school spirit this year. They won the NCAA award of excellence at the cheerleading clinic in Portales during the summer. Several fundraising projects were held, includ­ ing a rummage sale. They also spon­ sored the Sweetheart’s Dance.

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Top Left: Debbie Martinez and Lisa Valesco sing “Suzanne.” Top Right: Mary Wing feels the mood. Right: Emcees (L-R) Mary Wing, Steve Dahl, Bob Schelonka, Nina Gram.

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“Joy To The World, A Celebration Of Youth The 1977 Topper Revue featured a variety of acts, from some very serious singing to a lot of clowning around. It was a time and a place for tradition, such as class skits and the senior boys’ dance. This year’s emcees were Steve Dahl, Nina Gram, Bob Schelonka and Mary Wing. The show was put on under the direction of Mr. Blinde and state manager Andy Drake.

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Upper Left: Lynn Schofield sings “ I Write The Songs.” Above: The senior boys do their thing. Far Left: Jeff Pickett tells in like it is. Left: Mary O’Rourke puts the finishing touches on Steve DahL

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Upper left: The girls from south of the border sing the “ Banana Song." Far Left: Eric Holm and Ann Holland in “Another day at the office.” Left: Mr. Blinde talks to the sophomore skit team. Below: Nina demonstrates her sign language. Bottom Left: Dan Drake clowns around.

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February 14: The Big Massacre

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Each year, on February 14. a group of Olions light their cigars, get out their machine guns, and rob a local bank. They are carrying out the long-time tradition of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Participating this year were Eric Holm. Mariam Morgan, Mary O'Rourke. Jim Visscher. Andy Drake, Patty Nagle, Ricky Smale, Laura Booth, Ann Holland, Jeff Pickett, Juli Snow, and Bob Schelonka.

Top: Bob Schelonka doesn’t fiddle around. Middle Left: Did W.C. Fields really start this way? Above: It's the mob! Left: Officer Snow makes a bust.

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Far Left: Martha Maes and Phil Garcia get mar足 ried in a cheerleader skit during an early assem足 bly. Left: A drill team skit during our first pep rally. Middle: The band plays the National Anthem while the majorettes salute. Bottom: Getting to know the new faculty mem足 bers and Student Council officers at the begin足 ning of the year.

Assemblies Spark Student Spirit

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Left: Herb Vogel discusses his project. Below: Grant Stokes makes adjustments. Middle: Annie Menzel sets up her project. Bottom: Miss Cordova looks on as students set up their experiments.

Six LAHS Winners At 21st Science Fair Los Alamos High School had six winners at the 21st Annual North-East­ ern New Mexico Science and Engineer­ ing Fair. Herb Vogel, not only received a first place in Senior Division Engi­ neering, but also was a regional winner and went to the international competi­ tion. Other winners were Rusty Gritzo, second in Senior Division Engineering; Annie Menzel, an honorable mention in Senior Division Medicine; Selita Harris, first in Senior Division Micro­ biology; Grant Stokes, first in Senior Division Physics. All winners went to the State Science and Engineering Fair in Socorro on April 15 and 16 where both Vogel and Stokes received honors.

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Opposite Page: Top: Talking it over, l.eft: Neil Seele> receives an award. Middle Right: Joan Gardner hard at work. Bottom: Cam and Kevin get organized.

Top Left: Patricia Quinn and Mr. Sundberg dis­ cuss his duties. Top Right: Kathy gets the point across. Bottom Left: New Mexico’s Attorney General Tony Anaya speaks to the group. Bottom Right: A heavy group discussion.

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Student Gov't. Days: Valuable Experience Over fifty students participated in this year's Student Government Days. Each of the students had a counterpart with whom they shared their daily duties. The activities included a lunch­ eon, where Tony Anaya spoke on the involvement of youth in government, and a tour of the new police building.

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Student Recognition Senior John Vidale took first place in the New Mexico State Math Contest for the second year in a row. There were approximately 2500 competitors in the contest. For winning, John received $75.00 and a book. Last year, he received a calculator. Fourteen LAHS seniors were named National Merit Scholarship Finalists. In addi­ tion to receiving high scores on the qualifying test, the finalist had to be endorsed and recommended by their principal and have a high academic standing. All pic­ tured below were finalist except for Joe Flumphrey, who dropped out after the semi­ finals. Sitting (L-R): Jane Agnew. Barb Kuehl, Mary O’Rouke, Liz Schermer. Standing (L-R): Lisa Byers, Stuart Flicker, Jill Hash, David Knapp, Jon Anspach, John Lucas, Bill Ward, Joe Humphrey, John Vidale, Tom Hiteman. Not pictured is Nancy Hineman.

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Heidi Christensen was chosen as LAHS’s Bellamy Representative for 1976. She was picked to go to Billings Senior High in Montana for the 35th presentation of the Bellamy Award. Heidi spent October 9-17 in Billings. While there she spoke at the Award Ceremony and presented the Montana school a sand painting. Suzanne Chart, Ellen Moulton, and Ginny Munyon were the first girls to earn nine letters in varsity competition. Suzanne received three letters in swim­ ming and volleyball, two in softball, and one in track. Ellen earned three each in basketball and volleyball, two in softball, and one in track. Ginny’s nine were in gymnastics, four; track, three; and volleyball, two.

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Russell Archuleta was a Youth Plan­ ner on the Board of Directors for the Commission on Alcoholism. He has been a member for two years. Russell was also named the First Junior Coun­ selor at Silver City’s 13th annual con­ vention on alcoholism. He was also very active in Student Council, being the Student Body VicePresident in his junior year and Stu­ dent Body President in his senior year. Judy Gore and Karen Bame won first place in Novice Debate at this year’s state speech competition. The speech team traveled to UNM where this year’s state competition was held. Judy and Karen competed against 16 participating Novice Debate teams to come out on top. They did not partici­ pate in Nationals, however, because Novice Debate is not a category at Nationals.

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Mary O’Rourke (left) and David Knapp (below) were two of seven hun­ dred fifty high school seniors from around the country nominated to the Presidential Scholars Program. They were selected for this program because of outstanding SAT and ACT scores. From those nominated, one hundred twenty-one are picked to go to Wash­ ington D.C.

Two Los Alamos Students. Donna Crook and Frances Dare, went to OEA national competition in Houston, Texas. They were chosen to compete after placing first at regionals. At regionals Frances Dare won a first place in .Verbal Communica­ tions I and a second place in Typing and Related I. She also placed first in both of these events in state competition. Donna Crook received a first place in Information Communications II and a third place in Job Interview II. She later received a first place in Job Interview II at state competition.

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Herb Vogel was awarded a first place for his project in the Senior Engineer­ ing Division of the Regional Science Fair. His project called “Supersonic Wind Tunnel Experimentation” also earned a first at the state competition in Socorro. In addition, he received several awards including a trip to the International Fair at Cleveland, Ohio. Grant Stokes won top honors in Sen­ ior Division Physics at the Regional Science Fair. He then place second at state with his project, “Einstein’s Rela­ tivity.” This is the second year in a row that Grant has won in the Physical Sci­ ence category. He was also an alternate to the International Fair, being awarded the United States Air Force Certificate for Best of Category, a $25 Savings Bond, a plaque, and a certifi­ cate.

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All members of the National Honor Society have a 3.8 cumulative grade point average and are evaluated in several areas. The Honor Society offers assistance to several clubs. They also hold a teacher recognition breakfast. Each year two mem­ bers are nominated for scholarships; Senior Jeff Pickett was awarded a theatrical scholarship from the Univer­ sity of New Mexico for writing the play, “Circus,” which was performed by the Olions in Tucson. His scholar­ ship will include writing scripts for the UNM drama department.

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Below: What a sucker. Bar Left: Is it worth waiting for? Bottom Right: First one caught. Bottom Left: Look Ma, no man.

Sadie Hawkins: To Have And Hold

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Left: Astronomy Club (L-R) Front Row: Inez Ross, Honey Moore, Andy Collins, Tony Davis, John Lucas. Back Row : Ron Merts, Ann Hop­ kins, Steve McGehee, Chris Moore.

Star Gazeres Club

Team Mates Foes Above: Players practice the game. Left: Chess Club, (L-R): Keith Swenson, Tony Davis, David Knapp, David Fugelso, Clayton Watson, John Lucas, C. A. Whipple, Mr. Cernicek — sponsor. Not Pictured: Jon Anspach, Phil Pellette, Chris Bradley, Stuart Flicker. They were district cham­ pions for the second year in a row. Six players traveled to state, bringing home a second place.

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Top: The 1976-77 Student Council Members. Middle Left; Student Council Officers (L-R): Peter Pierotti, Vice-President; Kathy Tallman, Book Store Chairman; Liz Schermer, Treasurer; Dena Payne, Secretary; Russ Archuleta, Presi­ dent; and Mr. Burns, sponsor. Middle Right; President Russ Archuleta partici­ pates in the Homecoming parade. Bottom: Mr. Burns and the other members dur­ ing a Student Council meeting.

Council Aims To Please This year’s Student Council started out with a good student-faculty relationship, as well as an administrative one. They made two bulletin boards in the lobby to assure proper communication to high school students. The council also got a juke box for the school. They sponsored two dances which were the Homecoming and Christmas Dances. They also helped with Cancer Research and raised $700 for the State. Student Council members attended district meetings and the state convention, which was held March 10-12. The Valentine’s Carnation Day was also sponsored by them.

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Key Club: Best Ever

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The 1976-77 Key Club has partici­ pated in many activities, including the Goocfwill Drive, Kiwanis Kid’s Day, the painting of Casa Mesita and our school halls, counted ballots for NES, participated in the March of Dimes and the Unicef Drive, and sold pro­ grams at the basketball and football games. This is the first year girls have been able to be full members and the mem­ bership has risen to 50. Last summer they went to the Southwest District Conference and came home with two awards for the Single Service Project and Project AWAKE, which is for Key ClubKiwanis relations. Bob Martin was elected Lt. Governor of Division E Southwest District.

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Top: Key Club officers (L to R): Bob Martin, president; Paul Gaetjens. vice-president; Phillip Pellette, treasurer: and Mike McCormick, secre­ tary. Center Left: Mr. Berteloot addresses this year’s Key Club. Center Right: Key Clubers listen attentively. Bottom: What’s next on the agenda?

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Top: Allen’sjust taking it easy. Below: STSOE members put it all together in a song. Below Left: Mrs. Williams and Jane take a good look at nature. Bottom Right: Jane and Eric all wrapped up. Bottom Left: Sarah and Lisa learn a lesson from Susie.

Environmental Team Ecologically Sound The greatest threat to both animal and human life is ignorance. With this in mind, consider these facts. One-third of the continental United States is now covered by a man-made haze. By the turn of the century we will run out of oil, natural gas and possibly natural, fissionable uranium. In addition, three quarters of all our wildlife will be gone. The purpose of Students To Save Our Environment (STSOE) is to spread environmental awareness. This year the Student Traveling Awareness Team for the Environment, (STATE) is stressing energy conservation in the hopes that knowledge of the facts will lead to a greater understanding of the need for energy conservation.

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Top Left: Eric Keller as Sherlock Holmes, dis­ cusses matters with his butler Kennert Danielsson. Top Right: Lisa Velasco explains nuclear energy. Middle: Team members arrange environmental board. Bottom Left: Displaying their talent through songs.

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Top: Mary Velasquez checks for mistakes. Middle: Installation of OEA officers (L-R): Julie Fraser, parliamentarian; Ramona Trujillo, .sec­ retary; Cindy Winkler, vice-president; Donna Crook, president; Mary Taylor, treasurer; Sharon Cook, co-historian; and Carol Carter, historian. Bottom Left; the 1976-77 OEA members. Bottom Right: Clicking away at the keys.

OEA Serves Community Well OEA (Office Education Association) is a regional, state and national organizagion for students interested in learn­ ing about the business system. The members of OEA participate in contests at three levels. They also do service projects for hospitals and help in school events. This year OEA us help­ ing to organize the annual March of Dimes Walkathon. They won 36 awards at regional competition.

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Topper Speech Team Wins Many Tourneys This year Hilltalkers stayed at the top, by placing first in many tourna­ ments, including district. Although the team did not place at state, Karen Bame and Judy Gore took first place in novice debate. Peter Pierotti and Daryl Hoffman placed second in senior debate; David Knapp, who was third in extemporaneous speaking; and Colleen Martell, fourth in oral interpretation.

Top Left: 76-77 Officers (L-R): Keith Swenson, treasurer; Ollie Landahl, president; David Knapp, public relations; Daryl Hoffman, vice president; Dawn Wolfsberg, secretary. Middle Left; Lending a hand. Above; Back Row (L-R); G. Barlich, D. Hoff­ man, J. Gore, S. Flicker, K. Swenson, D. Knapp, D. Smith, D. Mitchell, R. Polzer. Middle Row; L, Ettinger, S. Fraser, S. Matthews, O. Landahl, L. Barrows, K. Bame, L. Hanold, P. Pierotti, L. Nel­ son. Front Row; Mr. Black, D. Wolfsberg, M. Gruhn, A. Normon, D. Schatzman, K. Seitz, H. Moore, M. Wolfsberg. Far Left; Help from the boss.

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The Olions presented “Damn Yankees” as their spring production. It is the story of a Washington Senators’ fan who sells his soul to the devil to become a great base­ ball player, hoping to help the Senators beat the Yankees. The cast of 37 was under the direction of John Blmde; Sheldon Kalberg, choral; Don Beene, orchestra: and Sona Rodgers, choreographer. The leading roles were filled by Dan Harris, Patty Nagel, Bob Schelonka, and Lisa Velasco.

Damn Yankees: A Smash

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Opposite Page: Bottom; Shoeless Joe from Han­ nibal, MO. Far Left: Who says we're pushovers. Right: Lola plans her seductive trap.

Left: Bob Schelonka delivers a devilish grin. Below : Lola and Joe are simply two lost souls. Bottom Left: "Joe, you won't owe me much." Bottom Middle: "Joe and his wife are looking for answers.

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Below: Youlh l.AARC (l.-R) Standing: John Mason, Nilda Krupka, and Janet Wright. Sitting (L-R): Doug Bouchard, Tina Shalek, Mrs. CJitomer and daughter, Jerry McT'atridge, Norma I'ulgen/,i, Betty Burns, l.ynn Click, and La MacMillan. Bottom Left: John and Mrs. Burns having a discussion. Bottom Right: Lnjoying a game. Opposite Page: Right: Students of youth LAARC' in the Homecoming Parade. Bottom Left: Lina enjoys some music. Bottom Right: (L-R) Back Row: Doug Bouchard, Betty Burns. Lyuu Click, Terry McFatridge, and John Mason. FTont Row: Norma F ulgenzi, daughter and Mrs. Gitomer, Liz MacMillan, Lina Shalek, and Sandra F-arson.


Special Education Has Another Good Year The students participated in many classes this year; including auto mechanics, graphic arts, typing, business machines, office work and P.E. They also competed in local and state Special Olympics. Terry attended the International Special Olympics in Steamboat Springs, Colorado this year.


Bob Schelonka 77 Sweetheart King Bob Schelonka was chosen as the ruler of paradise at this year’s Sweet­ hearts dance. Other members of the court were Don Arnold, Chip Brown­ lee, Hugo Hinojosa, Jack Sibbitt, and Kyle Stokes. They were escorted by the varsity cheerleaders. Entertainment was provided by “Traveler.”

. Top: (L-R): Bob Schelonka, Dana Hart, Kyle Stokes, Ada Maestas, Teri Poe, Don Arnold. Middle: (L-R): Chip Brownlee, Lynne Courtright, Jack Sibbitt, Yvette Gibbs, Martha Maes, Hugo Hinojosa. Right: King Bob and escort Dana. Far Right: Dance, dance, dance.

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Left: Archaelogy Club Sitting: K. Devanev. Standing (L-R): A. Hopkins, S. Hand. L. Gurley. C. Shunk and J. Reilev. Middle: 1977 Art Club. Bottom Left: Mr. Phillips helps Bernadette with her block print. Bottom Right: Mr. Reiley plans an outing with Archaelogy students.

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Foreign Exchange: New Life Style The four foreign exchange students for this year were Kennert Danielsson, Swe­ den: Bente Hansen, Denmark; Pilar Tobar, Equador; and Elimelek John, the Phillipines. They took regular scheduled classes and added to the cur­ riculum of the school by giving inform­ ative talks on their respective countries. -

Top: Pilar takes a break from her studies. Middle: E. J. hard at work. Middle Right: Bente enjoys a conversation. Above: Mr. Phillips looks on as Kennert creates a work of art. Right: Foreign Exchange: Kennert Danielsson, Bente Hansen, Pilar Tobar, and Elimelek John.

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LAHS Soccer Team Takes 2nd In District

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The LAHS Soccer Team, in its first year of play, took 2nd at the district level, while finishing in the consolation bracket at state. This year’s team had a winning season, coached by Dick Smale and managed by Mr. Cernacek.

1 Upper Left; Daryl Hoffman avoids oncoming traffic. Above: 1976-77 Soccer team — Top Row (L-R): Coach Cernicek, Ken Williamson, Todd Jame­ son, Alan Church. Rick Tisinger, Daryl Hoff­ man, Catherine Helmick. Keith Swenson, Jon Anspach. Robert Unganati, Phil Pellete, Steve Snieder. Jim Thair, Ricky Smale. Lee Slice, Tom Wohlfahrt. Bottom Row: Jim Richelt, David Volken, Vaughn Croteau, Ed Tucker, Tom Pel­ lete, Herbert Vogel, Phil Rink, Rich Allen, Malhon Wilson, Joe Onstou, Frog Kier (manager). Far Left: Rick Tisinger takes it in the air. Left: Phil Pellete dribbles like a pro.

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Top Right: King Paul and Queen Lisa. Above: “Onenlal Experience.” Far Right: The Coronation dance.

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Prom: An Oriental Experience The 1977 Junior-Senior Prom followed the theme “Oriental Experience.” “Front Page” from Denver was the featured band. The highlight of the evening was corona­ tion. Lisa Velasco was crowned queen and Paul Gotti, king. Prince and princess were Richard Wood and Lynne Courtright respectively.

Left: Princess Lynne and Prince Richard. Bottom Left; Dig that beat. Below; The Queen’s Court (L-R): Lisa Ballance, Teri Poe, Lisa Velasco, Nina Gram, Karri Mor­ gan.

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Right: Barb Meyers serves at Prom. Below. A quiet moment. Bottom: Getting lost in the music.


Top: “I feel like dance, dance, dancing the night away." Left: Preparing an “Oriental E.xperience." Far Left: Debbie and Jody admire the decor. Bottom: Donna Hart. John Courtright. Kelly Smith and Dave Mclnroy, are evidentally enjoy­ ing the evening.

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Many Earn A wards At Two Assemblies Over 100 students received scholar­ ships, awards, and praise from contrib­ uting organizations and faculty during the High School Awards Assembly and the Honor Convocation. The jazz band played for the honors program.

Top Left: Mr. Loar receives the 1977 Senior class present from Diana Baca. Top Center: Outstanding Hilltalkers Daryl Hoffman and Ollie Landahl accept awards form Mr. Black. Top Right: Mrs. Strong passes out math awards to John Vidale, Mary O’Rourke, George Bell, and Tom Enger. Above: Mr. Burns and members of the 1976-77 Student Council. Right: Tina Shalek, Lynn Click, and Terry McFatridge are recognized for their perform­ ances at the Special Olympics.

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! I Far Left: Suzanne Ehart receives the Tri-Semce Academy Leadership Award. Left: Mr. Boauslawski presents David Locke with the Fort Lewis College Presidential Scholar­ ship.

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Above Left: Mr. Howl addresses the waiting scholarship winners. Above: That e.xtra touch of class is given by the jazz band. Far Left: Tom Christofferson adds his congratu­ lations to Diana Hampton for her full music scholarship to Western New Mexico State. Left: "Gather around girls!" announces Mr. Dunn.

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Seniors Receive Graduation Garb Top Left: Where’s your gown. Barry? Top Right: Mary O’Rourke seems involved in graduation chatter. Above: Keep it moving! Right: Stephanie Stein and David Knapp check cap sizes. Far Right: Kathy Tallman. Jill Hash, and John Courtright lend a helping hand.

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Baccalaureate: A Time To Reflect

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Top: Graduates and family intently listen to the key-note speaker. Middle Left: Reverend David Shaw speaks to graduating seniors. Middle Right: The choir tells us, “You’ll never walk alone.” Left: A moment to meditate.

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Top Right: Heidi Christensen leads the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance. Top Left: Patriotic gestures. Above: A pensive Karri Morgan is surrounded by emotive seniors. Right: The moment!

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June was an important month in the lives of 405 seniors. One by one the\ paraded across the stage, receiving their diplomas from Mrs. Dolly Baker, board president. A 1954 graduate of LAHS, Dr. Catherine Tisinger. delivered the keynote address. Dr. Tisinger is now president of Southwest State University. Marshall, Minnesota. Five honors grads, Fleidi Christensen. Diana Baca, David Knapp, Kathy Tallman, and Mary O'Rourke, participated in the ceremonies. In his farewell remarks to the 1977 graduates. Mr. Loar singled out Baca. O'Rourke. Paul Gotti, Russell Archuleta, and Grant Stokes for their outstanding contributions to the class and the school.

Graduation: One Big Moment

Top: Drs. Tisinger and Smith review the gradu­ ate procession. Above: The moment of truth is about to confront Jean Black and her classmates. Left: Remembrances of the evening.

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Top: Anxious moments occur while waiting in line. Above: Mr. Loar. principal, bids a fond farewell to the 1977 graduating class. Middle Right: Keynote speaker Dr. Catherine Tisinger discusses “Will They Ever Finish Trinity Drive?� Right: Jill Scher begins her walk for the diploma.

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Left: Mark Reiswig, Kent Robertson, Eddie Rodriguez, and Kell> Rogers listen attentively to the commencement speaker. Below Left: Board President Dolly Baker con­ gratulates Mike Denbow, Below: Suzette Ashment caught up in the moment.

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Below: Hinojosa turns upfield. Bottom: Stokes sets up behind Topper protec­ tion.

This year’s Hilltoppers ended the ’76-77 football season with an impressive record of 8-2, finishing 3-2 in district. After seven straight games, the Toppers lost to Santa Fe. After coming back to win Homecoming over Gallup, the Toppers then lost to Farm­ ington. This loss kept them from a berth in the state play-offs. Not giving up though and with one game remaining, the Toppers played tough Albuquerque High and came from behind to beat the only undefeated team in the state, thus ruining the Bulldogs’ chances for their first undefeated season since 1949. Joining the Topper coaching staff this year were Bob Zilinski and Bob Prommel. All-District honors for both offense and defense go to Hugo Hinojosa and Kris Lundgaard. Other All-Dis­ trict players are Paul Gotti, Benji Ladabour, Don Arnold, Paul Stroik, Chip Brown­ lee, Mike Collier and Jack Sibbit. All-State honors go to Benji Ladabour, Hugo Hinojosa, Paul Gotti, and Kris Lundgaard.

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1976-77 Varsity Hilltoppers Top Row (L-R): Coach Stan Petermeier, J. Courtnght, P. Gotti, B. Ladabour, P. Stroik, H. Hinojosa, E. Zocher, F. Sandstrom, J. Rauchfuss, R. Hammer. T. Burge, T. Lockyer, C. Parker, manager K. Rogers. Middle Row (L-R): Coach Bob Prommel, Coach Bob Zilinski, manager S. Rosenthal, A. Taylor, E. Lee, S. Kuehl, . Neil, T. Brown, C. Findley, J. Cabbell, P. Garcia, C. Ramsey, M. Archuleta, D. Osborn, S. Marts, manager J. Van Vessem. Bottom (L-R): manager R. Seamons, R. Baron, K. Lundgaard, J. Sibbitt, D. Arnold, K. Robertson, S. Babovich, T. Novak, Lee, K.. Stokes. G. Chavez, C. Brownlee, manager T. Worth.

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1976 JV Front Row (L-R) L. Doehling, J. Stewart, D. Holliway, G. Brock, C. Sutphin, D. Archuleta, G. Asbridge, L. Holmes, J. Novak, G. Bjarke, G, Perron. 2nd Row: J. DesGeorges, E. Doly, R. Trujillo, H. Guerette, M. Rislove, D. Harris, T, Easley, R. Parker, D. Cardenas, D, Stroik, J. Vikal, 3rd Row: C. Honsinger, J. Gutierrez, C, Kercher, C, Wilson, J. Higgens, R. Lee, D. Parsons, M. Zocker, B. Lundberg, M. Inglis. 4th Row: E. Lee, J. Barber, B. Mclnroy, K, Gonzales, N. Yandell, M. Burns, D. Peaslee, R. Holt, J, Ortiz, S. Blackstone. Back: D. Kntz, C. Bowyer, E. Laymen.

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Varsity Volleyballers Third In District Play This year’s varsity volleyball team ended its season one step short of the state tournament, finishing third in district with a 9-10 overall record. Coach Quinn singled out Liz Foley, Sherry Lilley, and Ellen Moulton as the outstanding players. The team loses seven seniors to grad­ uation. The three returning lettermen will be Sue Chorn, Sherry Lilley, and Anna Vigil.

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Opposite Page; Bottom Left: A perfect bump for Ellen Moulton. Bottom Right, Front Row (L-R): Sherry Lilley, Suzanne Ehart, Ginny Munyon. Middle Row: Liz Foley, Ellen Cox, Ellen Moulton, Anna Vigil. Top Row: Sue Chorn, Vicky Pequette, Michelle Guerette, Coach Jeanne Quinn Top Right; Sherry Lilley spikes again. Left: Linda Lury sets it up. Below: The sweet taste of victory. Bottom: JV Squad. Front Row (L-R): Sherry O’Brien, Teri Moore, Lisa Sarwinski, Anna Atencio, Jenny Lavato, Laura Smith. Top Row; (Manager) Rhonda Clabo, Linda Lury, Bernie Sherman, Chris Conn, Alice Sandstrom, Sue Foster, Sherry Pequette, Coach Vicki Christofferson.

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Field Hockey Faces Stiff Competition Field Hockey is a growing sport, although LAHS is only one of seven schools in New Mexico that takes part in it. The girls had a rough season with the “A” team finishing with a 2-6 record, while the “B” squad ended with a 1-6-1 finish.

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Gymnasts Finish Second In District The 1976-77 gymnastics team finished the season by placing second in district. This year's outstanding performers were sophomore Karen Stokes and freshman Shelly Gibbs (all-arounds) and junior Kate Marsh, who placed first in vaulting at district. The team will only lose seniors Ginny Munyon and LeeAnn Reninger.

Upper Right; Shelly Gibbs stnkes a graceful pose on beam. Above: Kate Marsh executes a layout squat on the vaulting horse. Mid-Left: Senior LeeAnn Reninger takes to the air in her floor routine. Left: 1977 Varsity Gymnastics Team; Front Row (L-R): Shelly Gibbs, Kelly Smith, Marilyn Myers, Kim Williamson, Ginny Munyon, Laura Paas, Elaine DeMarsh, Annie Menzel, Coach Judy Mast. Top Row; Kate Marsh, Lee Ann Reninger, Karen Stokes, Mary Cremer

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Right: JV player Mark Jacobson passes off, while Johnny Martinez moves in for support. Below; Mike Collier plays aggressive. Bottom: Toppers get time-out instructions. Opposite Page, Top: Jack Sibbitt lays it up. Lower Left: “Got it!� Lower Right: Boomer goes for two!

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With what seemed to be the homecourt advantage for all the teams in the state, the Hilltoppers were no exception and ended the season with a 13-13 record, taking 3rd in district play. The 1st team all-district vote-getter this year was Grant Herrick. AllState honors also went to Herrick. He was also dubbed a High School All American and played on the U.S. Junior Team against the Russians. The JV team ended with a 13-6 record, while the C team ended their season 13-4.

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Swimmers Sink Competition: Two Firsts At State For the second year in a row both swimming teams have come back from state with first place trophies. Leading the girls to victory was sophomore Sue Wolfe, who garnered firsts in the 50-yd.

and 100-yd. freestyles (:25.8 and:56.85 both school records). Other winners for the girls were Laurie Stewart, 200-yd. freestyle (1:59.74 a school record) and the 400-yd. freestyle relay team of Stephanie Stoddard. Tina Malanify, Becky Wechsler and Laurie Stewart (3;51.97 a school record). The boys swam to victory on the wake of first place finishes in both the 200-yd. medley relay (Jeff Caird, Mark O’Hair. Jeff Malanify, and Carl Manthei) in a state record time of 1:42.52 and the 400-yd. freestyle relay (Mike Upham, Dan Thomas. Eric Tier, and Mark Felthauser) in another state record time of 3:22.73. Individual winners for the boys were Malanify, 100-yd. backstroke (:55.15 state record); Upham, 100-yd. freestyle (:48.20 state record); and Mark O’Hair (; 1:03.91 school record). Both squads were unde­ feated in regular competition.

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Top: Girls’ Swim Team (L to R): Julie Stewart. Marika McCould, Erin Hyer, Kari Tier. Lori Stewart, Stephanie Stoddard. Sue Wolfe, Kathy Daniels, Becky Wechsler, Katy Olsen, Tina Malanify. Donna Mosher, Lisa Holmes, Cathy Welch. Below Left: Lori Stewart 200-yd. freestyle win­ ner. Middle Right: Jackie MacFarlane, assistant Coach. Mid Left: Coach Sam Jones and Mark O’Hair talk it over. Bottom: Boys’ Swim Team (L to R): Mike Upham, Jeff Caird, Dave Upham, Dan Thomas, Jeff Malanify, Dave Worlton, Tom Enger, Eric Lier, Karl Manthei, Mark Felthauser, Omar Juveland, Mark O’Hair, Craig Russell, Dan Enger, Braxton Lathrope.

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Below: Cindy Stewart reaches for the rebound. Below Right: Coach Boguslawski observes. Bottom: Ellen Moulton puls one up. Bottom Right; The Varsity Team Back Row (L-R): Coach Joe Boguslawski. Sherry Lilley. Cindy Stewart. Susan Chorn. and Sharon Cake (Manager) Middle Row (L-R): Joni Gehre (Manager). Vicki Pequette. Ellen Moulton. Michelle Guerette. and Ellen Cox. Eront Row (L-R): Liz Eoley. Anna Alencio. and Kris .Monaghan.

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Girls’ Basketball Team Bounces Along The girls' basketball team was successful in district again this year as they tied for first with Santa Fe. They were seeded second in the tournament and lost to Santa Fe in the quarter finals. The varsity had an overall record of 10-8. while the J\- had a rough season with a 4-8 mark. Coach Boguslawski singled out Ellen Moulton (who lead the team in rebounds and scoring) and Kris .Monaghan, (who lead in assists and rmnutes played). Both made the All-District team.

Top Left: Teri Monaghan concentrates Above: Teamwork. Left: The JV Team Back Row (L-R): Carol Cady. Diana Phillips, Loradawn Stone, Jean Stratton, Alice Sandstrom, Gretchen Graves, Sherry Pequette, Bernice Sue Sherman, and Coach Jo Helen Cabbell. Front Row (L-R) Shir­ ley Ruiz, Lynn Allen, Gail Murphy, and Teri Monaghan.

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Maes Retains Title; Team Records 6-6-1 For the second year in a row, coach Tom Brown led the varsity through a successful season. Their record was 6 6-1, while the JV Team ended the sea­ son with four wins and seven losses. Bobby Maes captured the state wres­ tling title for the second consecutive year. He was also the only person to place in the state tournament from Los Alamos. This year coaching the JV team was Joe Hayes, who replaced Mike Burnett. He also assisted Coach Brown with the varsity.

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Opposite Page Top Left: The topsy-turvy world of wrestling. Top Right Varsity Team (L-R): Coach Tom Brown, Paul Gotti, Richard Hammer, Clay Ram­ sey, Tom Novak, Bobby Neill, Mark Archuleta. Bottom (L-R): David Locke, Tony Morales, Bobby Maes, David Bingham, Tommy Martinez, Jim Rauchfuss. Middle Left: Wrestling’s heavy stuff! Middle Right: Bobby Maes tries for a pin. Bottom: Tangled up.

Top: Move! Get up! Middle: It’s . . . It’s a pin! Bottom Left JV Team (L-R): Chris Furnish, Eric Zocher, Mike Hammer, Ryan Ramsey, Jim Cabbell, Dennis Kriz, Jeff Barber, Coach Joe Hayes. Bottom (L-R): Kevin Crawford, Tom Beyer, Tad Tucker, Jeff Novak. Franz Lee, Brett Ray, Sid­ ney Medina. Bottom Right: It’s all a matter of leverage.

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The boys’ golf team came in five strokes behind Albuquerque High for second place at district. Mike Clancy placed second in individual competi­ tion. The girls’ golf team also had a good year. Kris Monaghan was medal­ ist in three of five tournaments. For the second year in a row, Kris placed sec­ ond at state. There will be six lettering boys and two lettering girls returning to the golf team next year.

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Top: Golf Team Front Row (L-R): Kris Mona­ ghan, Craig Butler, Scott Larkin, Mark Sandoval, Teri Monaghan. Back Row (L-R): Bill Gregory, Randy Winburn, Kevin Monaghan, Mike Clancy, and Coach Jim Higgins. Middle: Mike sinks a short one. Middle Right: Ready; Aim. Above: A little chip and run by Kris. Bottom Right: Everyone ready?

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Left: Team Picture Front Row (L-R); G. Murphy, S. O’Brien, T. Moore, J. Lavato, C. Ledbetter. Middle Row: M. Garcia, S. Ehart, T. Ryan, D. Mitchell, S. Donaldson, S. King. Back Row: Coach Quinn, E. Moulton, J. Koepke, T. Sherwood, M. Guerette, S. Pequette, Coach Frankhauser. Below: Ellen keeps her eye on the ball. Middle Left: Tami scores. Center: Michelle lets one go towards second. Bottom Left: Just a practice swing for Jenny.

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Lundgarrd Wins 2; Cox Hangs Up Spikes The boys’ track team took first place in district this season, giving Coach Bob Cox a nice retirement gift after 28 years of coaching service at the high school. Eleven boys qualified for the state meet, with Kris Lungarrd taking first place in both the discus and shot put. He also placed second in the jave­ lin. Paul Gotti took third in the shot and fourth in the discus. Hugo Hino­ josa took third in the javelin. During the season, Phil Hackman broke the school high jump record with a leap of 6'7". The 440 and 880 relay teams, con­ sisting of Scott Budge, Robert Gallejos, Raul Moralas, Steve Kuehl, also set new school records.

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Below: Sherry Lilley The look of a winner. Bottom Left: A determined Donna Hart. Far Right: The wind and Dana. Right: Kelly Smith psyches up. Bottom Right: Julia Evans and Ellen Cox lead the way.

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Left: Cindy Stewart puts power behind the dis­ cus. Middle Left: Lisa Sarwinski breaks the tape. Below: Sandy Wright stretches for the new record. 1977 Girls’ Track Front Row (L-R): E. Vandergust, K. Smith, G. Munyon, J. Zickert, S. Hand, D. Hart, C. Tinkle. Second Row: L. Sarwinski, M. Ryan, D. Brown, E. DeMarsh, D. Phillips, D. Baker. Third Row: E. Hyer, C. Helmick, S. Thur­ ston, L. Guerrero, C. Stewart, L. Allen, J. Evans. Fourth Row: A. Gonzales, L. Helmick, S. Wright, P. Gutierrez, L. Gonzales, G. Gutierrez, L. Lazzaro. Back Row: Coaches Hippie, Stolpe, Christofferson, and Petermeier.

Girls Run Away With District Title With Coach Stan Petermeier taking over the girls’ track team this year, and assisted by Mrs. Vicki Christofferson, Mrs. Dot Stolpe and Mr. Craig Hippie, the girls ran away with the district title. Fifteen girls qualified for state, with Sherry Lilley, Pam Gutierrez, and Cindy Stewart placing in the state meet. The school record in the long jump was broken this year by senior Sandy Wright with a leap of 16' 6 I/2 ".

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Opposile Page Top Left: Dory gels into the swing of things. Middle Left: Laura gives it the old backhand. Middle Right: Girls’ Team Front Row (l.-R): Val Hahn. Barb Meyers, Cecila Duran, Margie Tatro, Randy Blume. Back Row: Kay Olsen, Lon Ballance, Dory Hafer, Mary Alei, Laura Smith, Lisa Ballance. Bottom Left: Lisa and Mary, the perfect pair. Bottom Right: Up and over.

Top Right: Larry waits patiently for the serve. Top Left: Greg backhands one over the net. Middle: Boys’ Team Front Row (L-R): Mike Rally. Perry Collier, Greg Ratliff, Anthony Saponara, Larry Alei. Back Row: Gene Hawkins, Gil­ bert Ratliff, Chuck Tatro, Greg Duran, Hal Demuth, Barry Buden. Bottom Right: Chuck in singles play. Bottom Left: Chuck and Hal, double trouble.

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Both the boys and girls had outstanding seasons, losing only to Sante Fe in district competition. The only representation LAHS had at state was the doubles team of Hal Demuth and Chuck Tatro. The boys’ team will be returning next year intact, except for Chuck Tatro. The girls’ team will lose Mary Alei and Lisa Ballance.

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Team Improves On Last Year's Record This year’s baseball squad finished the season two games above .500, com­ piling a 12-10 record. They finished 7-5 in district play, missing the playoffs by one game. They got off to their best start in recent years, but a mid-season slump hurt their chances of going to state.

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Left: Dan Erpenbeck goes out to the mound to calm Ken Downer. Middle: A questionable call at homeplate. Bottom: The tools of the trade.

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OpfKJSite Page: Top Left: The on deck batter studies the pitcher. Top Right: Off to the showers. Middle: A light moment in the dugout. 1977 Baseball Team (L-R) Front Row: Coach Doug Anderson. Mark Siglock, Tony Brown, Bill Sanders. David Voelz, Bill Raies. Dan Erpen­ beck. Gary Shelton. Steve Stubs. Ben Murphy. Max Goforth, and Coach Carl Max. Back Row: Benji Ladabour. Steve Babovich, Ken Downer. Mgr. David Cardenas. Don Arnold. Matt Price. John DesGeorges. Kyle Stokes, and Rick Brode.

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Right: Dr. Smith, superintendent, addresses the 1977 graduates. Below: Mr. Loar discusses state swim meet with a parent. Left: Mr. Boguslawski gets some pointers from a Harlem Clown. Bottom Center: Mr. Dunnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s daughter falls asleep in his arms during an open house. Bottom Right: Mr. Howl and Lynn Courtright all wrapped up in Homecoming activities.

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Pupil Personnel Left: Mr, Cristofferson keeps score at a girls' volleyball game. Right: A pupil personnel team meeting with Mr. Dunn. Bottom: Pupil Personnel (L-R): JoAnne Willis, Skip Dunn, Marilyn Gooley, Betty Burns, Tom Christofferson, Regina Zilinski, Carolyn Trella, Lavella Locke, Edith Rowen, Bennie Glover, Gordon Hoffman, Carole Morris, Nellene Marsh, Not pictured are Bob Koch and Carman Langston.

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English Top Left: English Department (L-R) Seated: John Blinde, Nancy Terry, Becky Mazza, Betty Aiello, Joe Hayes, Pat Metropolis, Catherine Apprill, Standing: Fran Mueller, Rick I halman, Inez Ross, Janet McGavran, Becky Shankland, Jean Campbell, Shirley Fries, Pat Mendius, Paul Black, Joe Boguslawski. Top Right: Now it goes like this . . . Bottom Left: Coach Mazza. Bottom Right: Mrs, Fries and Mrs. Ross entertained at a faculty meeting.

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Left: Mr. Loar says goodbye to Mrs, Milligan. Below Left (L-R): Jean McClary, Janet Brown, Carole Dodson, Mij Brackhann, Marilyn O’Hair, Susan Dye, and Bob Visel. Below Right: Mrs. Dye helps find file informa­ tion. Bottom Left: Mrs. O'Hair listens to teacher’s suggestion. Bottom Right: A student learns to run the copy machine properly.

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Bottom: Math Department Standing (L-R): Harry McGavran. Cathy Strong, Bill Smith, and Jeanette Lindsay. Seated: Jim Meaders, Lee Sehachterle, Margaret Barrett, Meg Cox, Marion Finch, and Joan Prommel. Not Pictured: Elvira Aragon and Mary Taylor. Below: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Let me put It this way . . .â&#x20AC;?

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Left: He's a band director?? Bottom Left: The talented Mr. Kalberg. Below: Jan McDonald, Don Beene, Barbara Nutter, Sheldon Kalberg. Bottom: The watchful eye of Mr. Beene.

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Top Right: Mr. Caswell gets into the assembly. Middle Top: (L-R): Stan Petermeier, Bob Eikleberry, Gloria Cordova, Cheryl Pomgratz, Bob Caswell. Bottom: Tess Church, Dorothy Morgan. Bottom Left: Mrs. Cordova involves a parent in the scheme of things. Bottom Right: Mrs. Church chats with Mrs. Byers.

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Top: Mrs. Hippie lends a helping hand. Middle Left: Now youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got it! Middle Right: Mrs. Higgins caught in the act. Bottom Right: Business Teachers, (L-R): Doretta Hippie, Jolene Barthell, Elizabeth Higgins, Bess Hegler, and Lucy Thomas. Bottom Left: OEA Leaders Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Hegler.

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Left: A light moment in Mrs. Williams class. Below: Mr. Berteloot collects assignments. Middle Left: Mr. Goetzinger tosses thejump ball. Bottom: (L-R): Seated: Paul Berteloot, Jim Reiley, Bob Zilinski, Mary Lou Williams, Betty Blackstone, Jim Goetzinger, Nancy Fitzgibbon, Kitty Brown, Tim Burns, Betty Aiello.

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Physical Education

Top Left: Mr. Gotti and Mr. Cox discuss track strategy. Middle Left: Stick-em up! Bottom Left: Mr. Hudson with the munchies. Top: (L-R): Bob Cox, Mary Byers. Burt Buehrer, Bill Hudson, Glen Howl. Above: Mrs. Byers helps a student in archery class.

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Top Right: Mrs. Boedeker gives advice. Top Left: Mr. Fox tells it like it is. Middle: Standing (L-R): John Fox, Gordon Hoffman, Petr Jandacek. Seated: Joe Phillips, Ben Taves, Barbara Nutter, Marga Boedeker, Jim Amato, Hi Gambell. Bottom Left: Mr. Amato shoots for two. Middle Bottom: Mr. Gambell out for a stroll. Bottom Right: Mr. Newton hard at work.

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Foreign Language Left: Mr. Cernicek gives a lecture. Below: Foreign Language teachers talk with parents at open house. Bottom Left: (L-R): Emmy Stice, Beverly Schultz, Sarah Miller, Billye Gamsby, Jos^ Mojica, Alois Cernick. Bottom: Mrs. Miller enjoys a faculty meeting?

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Top Left: Tidying up. Top Right: Checking the role. Bottom I.eft: Busy with the everyday phone calls. Bottom Right: (L-R): Giz Szalay, Nancy Warnes, Drexel Cady, and Terry Schlosser.

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Left: Mr. Medina retires at a faculty meeting. Middle: (L-R): Pete Antencio, Mike Panos, Cruz Perez, Leo Vasquez, Benito Roybal, Hector Antencio, Videl Sandoval, Rudy Trujillo, Oralia Trujillo, and Fiddl Romero (not pictured is cafe­ teria staff). Bottom Left: Mrs. Smith cleans up after a cafete­ ria meal. Bottom: A well deserved rest.

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Seniors AGNEW, JANE — Olions 2, 4; Ski Club 2,4; STSOE 2, 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4. AIELLO, BEVERLY — Topper Revue 3,4; Choir 2, 4; Girls' State 3; Pegasus Staff 4; Olions 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3,4; Hilltalkers 3, 4; Youth LAARC2. ALEl, MARY — Tennis 2, 3,4; Bas­ ketball 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2. ANDERSON, DOUG — Basketball 2, 3,4; Ski Club 3. ANDREWS, WILLIAM — Olions 4; Pantomime 4. ANSPACH, JON — Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Soccer Club 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; Honor Society 3, 4.

APEL, ANDREW ARCHULETA, RUSSELL — Student Council 2, 3,4; Vice-President 3; Presi­ dent 4; Basketball 2,4; Key Club 3, 4; Board of Directors for the Commission on Alcoholism 3, 4; State Board of Education 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4. ARNOLD, DON — Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Key Club 4.

ARNTZEN, JULIE — Rodeo Club 2, 3. ASHMENT, SUZETTE — Drill Team 3; Key Club 4; OEA 3, 4. BABOVICH, STEVE — Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4.

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BACA, DIANA — Who’s Who Among American High School Stu­ dents 3. 4; Student Council 3. 4; Class Sectetary 3; Class President 4; Key Club 4; Youth Advisory Board 3, 4: Youth and Government 3, 4; Secretary 3; President 4; Field Hockey 2; Honor Society 3. BAKER, SHANE 3.4.

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BALLANCE, LISA — Band 4; Stage Band 3,4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; STATE 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4. BAME, DORTHE — Honor Society 2, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Candystriper 2, 3, 4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3; Pegasus Staff 2; Topper Revue 3. BAME, KAREN — Band 2. 3. 4; Orchestra 3, 4; All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Hilltalkers 4; Candystriper 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Topper Revue 3. BANKS, CHARLES — Ski Club 2, 3, 4. BARAN, ROBERT — Ski Club 4; Wrestling 3. BARNES, JOHN — Olions 4; Art Club 4. BENDER, DEBBIE — Majorette 2, 3, 4; Head Majorette 4; Key Club 4.

BENNETT, KEN BENNETT, SUSAN — Youth LAARC 3, 4; Candystriper 2; Topper Revue 3. BENNORTH, PATRICIA — Topper Revue 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3; All-State Orchestra 2,3,4; Choir 3, 4; Student Council 3; Olions 2, 3, 4.

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BERGEN. SALLY - Concert Choir 4: Journalism 4. BERTINO. PAULA — Basketball 3; Track 2. BINGHAM. DAVID — Wrestling 2. 3, 4; Football 2.

BLACK, JEAN Pep Club 2: Girls’ Choir 2; LA Choir 4; Honor Society 2. 3; Sweethearts Escort 2; Key club 4; Hilltalkers 1,2, 3, 4; Yearbook 3, 4; Assistant Editor 4. BLACKSTOCK, ANNE — Honor Society 3, 4; OEA 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Stu­ dents Nominee 3; LA Choir 4. BLAIR, JENNIFER

BLAIS, MARK — Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4; Track I, 3. BLEWETT, JOHN BOICOURT, LISA — Olions 4.

BONNER, CHARLES BOUCHARD, DEBBIE — Art Club 4. BOWERSOX, JIM — Cross Country I, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Track 2, 3, 4.

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BOWLER. JOHN BROMSZ. L.\RR't' ^ Sinfonietta 2. 3.4; .-Ml-Statc S\mphony 3; .-\11-State Jazz 2; Scholarship. .A.spen Music Fes­ tival 3; Who's Who .\mong .\mencan High School -Music Students 2. 3; Honor Society 2; Band 2. 3. 4: .Aca­ demic Excellence .Award 2. BROWN. B ARRY — Ski Club 2. 4.

BROWN. D AN

Yearbook 4.

BROWNLEE. CHIP JV Football 2: Football 3. 4; J\' Basketball 2; Basket­ ball 3. 4; Soccer 3. 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Key Club 4. BRUSH. BOBBY

BRYANT. CON RAD — All-State Symhonic Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Stage Band 2. 3. 4; Olions 3. 4; Hilltalkers 3. 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Who's Who Among American High School Music Students 3. BUDGE. SCOTT — Honor Society 2; Track 3. 4. BURNS. MICHELLE — Basketball 2; Art Club 2: OEA 4; Honor Society 3. 4.

BYERS. EISA — STATE 3. 4: National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Honor Society 2. CADY. KENT — Astronomy Club 2; Band 2. 3, 4. CARBONE. KERRY — OEA 4: Honor Society 2. 3. 4.

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CARPENTER, BRENDA -O E A 3, 4. CHAVEZ. GARY - JV Football 2; Football 3, 4; Lettermen’s Club 4. CHAVEZ. KATHY

CHAVEZ, RANDY — Wrestling2. CHRISTENSEN, HEIDI — All-State Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; Bellamy Repre.sentative 4; Who’s Who Among Amer­ ican High School Students 3; Hilltalkers 4. CHURCH, ALAN — Band 3; Soccer 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4.

CHRUCHMAN, ANDY — Art Club 4. CLABO, RHONDA — Volleyball Manager 3, 4. CLOW, MIKE

COLLIER, MIKE — JV Football 2; Football 2,4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. COLLINS, ANDREW — Band 2; Astronomy Club 4; Pegasus Staff 4; Chess Club 3. COLLINS, JASON — Cross Country Track 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4.

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CONNELLEE, ALISON — Art Club 3.4. CONNER. CHRIS — Journalism 3; Youth LAARC 3. 4. COOK. DOUG — Honor Society 3. 4.

COURTRIGHT, JOHN — JV Foot­ ball 2; Football 3, 4; Topper Revue 2. 3, 4; Stage Manager 3; Science Fair 1. 2, 3; Stage Band 2, 3. 4; Track 2; Year­ book 4; Key Club 4; Band 2. 3. 4; Stu­ dent Council 4; Lettermen’s Club 4. COVINGTON. BRENDA — Band 2. COX. ELLEN — Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3. 4; Basket­ ball 3. 4; Volleyball Club 4; Most Out­ standing Track Athlete 3. CRAWFORD, SHARI — Drill Team 4; OEA 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. CROOK, DONNA — OEA 3, 4; His­ torian 3; President 4; Honor Society 2, 3; Olions 2. CUMMINGS, CHRISTIE — Hockey 2,3.

CUMMINGS, MARK DAHL, STEPHEN — Student Council 2, 3; Olions 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3,4; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Hilltalkers 4. DALY, PATTY — Journalism 4.

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DAVIDSON, DON DAVIS, PAM — Track Manager 2. DENBOW, DAVID — Key Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3,4; JV Basketball 3.

DEVAULT, DENISE

Candystriper 2.

DICKMAN, KATHY — Band 2, 3, 4; Topper Revue 3; Orchestra 4; Art Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4. DOFFLEMYER, JEWELINE — JV Basketball 3.

DONALDSON, SONJA — Honor Society 2, 3,4; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3,4; Volleyball 2; Olions 3; Student Council 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Key Club Sweetheart 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club President 4; Field Hockey 2; Yearbook Photogra­ pher 3, 4; Outstanding Young Student of America 3, 4; Who’s Who in Ameri­ can High School Music Students 3. DOSS, BRET — Honor Society 2, 3, 4.

DOUGLAS, DIANA — Olions 3, 4; French Club 3; Candystriper 2; Choir 3,4.

DOWNER, KEN — STSOE 2; “C” Team Basketball 2; Baseball 3, 4; STATE 2. DRAKE, ANDY

Ski Club 3„4; Olions 3, 4.

DROSS, LAURA — Rodeo Team 4; 4-H Club 3; President 3.

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DUBOIS. DAVID — Choir 2, 3. 4; Tennis Club 4. DUERRE. KURT — Track 2. EASH. JILL — Honor Society 2, 3. 4 — Vice- President 4.

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EBINGER. JOHN — Stage Band 2. 3. 4: Key Club 2, 3; Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Stu­ dent Council 3, 4. EHART, SUZANNE — Swimming 1. 2; Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Track 2; Softball 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: All-State 2. 3: Honor Society 2, 3. 4. EICHOR, KAREN — Candystriper 2. 3; OEA 3 — Vice-President 3; Journal­ ism 3,4 — Editor 4.

ENGER, TOM — Swimming 1, 2, 3. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Youth and Gov­ ernment 4; Lettermen’s Club 4; Boys' State Delegate 3; Band 2. 3. ERPENBECK, DAN — Baseball 2. 3. 4: Soccer 4; Key Club 4: “C" Team Basketball 2; Chess Club 4; Ski Club 4. EEATHERSTON, LAURA — JV Basketball 1,2; Softball 1.2; Volley­ ball Manager 2.

FELTHAUSER, MARK — Swim­ ming 1,2, 3.4. FENSTERMACHER, DON — Jour­ nalism 4; Olions 4; LA Choir 3, 4. PERRON, KIM — Honor Society 3: Key Club 4; Volleyball 2.

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FITZGIBBON, JIM Track3.4; Key Club 4; Student Council 4; Con­ cert Band 2, 3. FOLEY, LIZ — Art Club 3. 4; Volley­ ball 2, 3,4; Letterman’s Club 4; Bas­ ketball 2. 3,4. FRASER, JULIE — Band 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3,4; Track 3; OEA 4 Par­ liamentarian 4.

FREER, JERRY FUGELSO, KRIS — Olions 4. FULLMAN, DUFFY — Gymnastics I, 2; Journalism 4.

GAETJENS, PAUL — Student Coun­ cil 2, 3,4; Key Club 3,4. GALLEGOS, ROBERT — Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 2, 3, 4. GALLEGOS, RONNIE — Art Club 4.

GARBERS, RANDl — Rodeo Club 2, 3,4. GARCIA, PHIL Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling4; Football Manager 3; JV Football 2; Football 4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Boys’ State 3. GENTRY, LESLIE — Basketball 2; Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Track 2,4; Honor Society 4; Band 2, 3, 4.

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GIBBS. YVETTE — JV Cheerleader 2: Cheerleader 3. 4; Key Club 4. GIEL. LISA GLASCOCK. CHRIS — Ski Club 2. 3. 4; Honor Society 2. 3. 4; Graduation Usher 3.

GONZALES LIZ — Track 2. 3. 4: Softball Manager 3. GONZALES. TONY GORE. JUDI — Hilltalkers 2. 3. 4; Candystripers 2. 3. 4.

GOTTI. PAUL — JV Eootball 2; Football 3. 4 — All-State Tackle 3, 4: Wrestling 2. 3.4; Track 2. 3. 4: Lettermen's Club 3. 4 — President 4; Student Council 2: Class President 2; Honor Society 2. 3. 4; Class Vice-President 4; Boys' State 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership Award 3; West Point Leadeship Nomi­ nee 4. GRAM. NINA — JV Cheerleader 2: Cheerleeader 3; Key Club 4. GRASER. DIANA

GRAY. RUSTY — JV Football 2; "C Team Basketball 2; JV Basketball 3: Key Club 4. GREEN. SCOTT GREGORY. BILL — Golf 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3; Key Club 4; Student Council 4; Topper Revue 4.

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GREGORY, DAN - Stage Band 3, 4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Drum Major 4. GRIBBEE, RANDY GRIEGGS, TONY — Track 3; Wre.stling 4.

GRIEGO, DAVID GROMEK, STACY — (Sandia) Cor­ dials 2, 3; Modern Dance 2, 3; French Club 3. GUENTHER, DAVID

GUERETTE, MICHELEE — Hockey 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Eettermen’s Club 4. GURSKY, PAUEA — Orchestra 2, 3, 4; All-State Orcestra 1,2, 3,4; Volley­ ball 2, 3; Basktball 2, 3. 4; STSOE 2, 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4; Pegasus Staff 3. GUTHALS, MICK - Cross Country Track 1,2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3,4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Boys’ State 3; Stu­ dent Council 4; Key Club 3, 4; Year­ book 4. GUTSCHER, MARK— Honor Soci­ ety 2, 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Contest, Commended Student 4. HABERSTICH NICOLE — Student Council Corresponding Secretary 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Honor Society Candystriper 2, 3; All-State Orchestra 3,4, HAKKILA, MARK

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HAMPTON. DEE DEE ^ Majorette 1. 2. 3,4; State Champion Majorette 4; Miss Majorette 2, 3. HANNAEORD. JEFE HANSEN. BENTE — Art Club 4; Exchange Student Program 4: Olions 4; Language Club 4: LA Choir 4; Cho­ ral Society 4; China Painting 2. 3: Bad­ minton 2. 3; Choir 3; Journalism 2. 3.

HARBLR. RICHARD — Honor Society 2, 3. 4. HARDER. CINDY — Band 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4; All-State 3. 4; Honor Society 2, 3. 4. HARLESON. PAM

HARRIS. MICHELLE — Band 2. 3. 4: Youth LAARC 4; Musical 3; Home EcClub3. HASTINGS. KAY — Olions 2; Year­ book 4; Candystriper 2. HELLAND. SANDY — JV Cheer­ leader 2: Drill Team 3; Track 2; Honor Society 2, 3,4.

HELMICK. CATHERINE — Jour­ nalism 4; Band 2, 3. 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Soccer 4; Pegasus Staff 4; Chorus 3; Topper Revue 3. 4. HENICKSMAN, RICK — Topper Revue 3; Olions 3,4. HERRICK. GRANT — Basketball 2. 3.4.

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HILL, JEFF HINOJOSA. HUGO — JV Football 2; Football 3, 4; JV Basketball 2; Basket­ ball 3,4; Track 2, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Stu­ dents 3; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4. HITEMAN, TOM — National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Finalist.

HOFFMAN, DARYL — Hilltalkers 2, 3,4; Vice-President 4; Hoor Society 3, 4; All-State Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Choir 3; Wrestling 2; Soccer 4; NFL 3. HOLCOMB, FRANCES — Softball HOLLINGSWORTH, JAN

HOLM, ERIC — Band, Orchestra, Stage Band 2, 3, 4; All-State 2, 3,4; Olions 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Ski Club 4. HOLMES, LISA — Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Track 3,4; Candystriper 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; CASH 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4. HOLMES, TIM

HONEY, AARON — Art Club 4; Olions 4. HOUTZ, CYNTHIA — Olions 2, 3,4. HUDGINS, DAVID — JV Football 2; Track 2, 3, 4.

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HUNTER, ALLAN — Choir 2, 3. 4. INGWERSON, DIANA — JV Cheer­ leader 2; Drill Team 3; Key Club 4. JELERIES, CRAIG — Basketball 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4.

JOHN ELIMELEK — JV Eootball 3. JOHNSON, CARLENE — Candystriper 2; Art Club 4. JOHNSON, KEVIN

JOHNSON, MARTY JONES, RHONDA — Key Club 4; Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Journalism 4. KATKO, MARY — Drill Team 3; Journalism 3.

KEADY, BARBARA — Band 2; Ski Club 2, 3,4; OEA 3, 4; Drill Team 4. KEDDY, JEFF KEIR, KATHY — Hilltalkers 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; — Secretary 4; Soccer Manager 4; Mime Troupe 3, 4; Band Announcer 3, 4; Astrology Club 4; Olions 2, 3, 4; Concession 3.

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KliLLLR, HRIC Honor Society 3, 4: S rSOK 2. 3, 4; S l ATE 2, 3. 4; Pega­ sus Staff 3, 4 - pAiitor4: [iartliwatch Scholarship 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Stage Band 2; Band 2. 3,4. KENNEDY, CAROL

OEA 4.

KERCHER, PEGGY

KERN, JULIE - O E A 4 . KERNS, JOANN KESTEEL, PAT — Topper Revue 2, 3; Tennis 4.

KING, MARIE — Pegasus Cover Design 4. K LATT, MONTY — JV Football 2. KLEE, CINDY — Pep Club 2.

KNAPP, DAVID — Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4; Hilltalkers 2, 3, 4; Olions 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orches­ tra 2, 3, 4; All-State 3; National Merit Finalist 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Brown University Book Award 3; West Point Leadership Nominee 3; Presidential Scholarship 4. KRAIG, BARBARA KUEHL, BARBARA — Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3,4; Youth LAARC 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4.

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LADABOL'R. BENJIE — Eootball 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Journalism 4. LANDAHL, OLIVE — Band 2. 3. 4; Hilltalkers 2, 3. 4; Honor Society 2. 3, 4. LAROTUNDA. LELIA — Drill Team 2, 3; OEA 3, 4; Yearbook 4.

LARSON, SANDRA — Youth LAARC 3. 4; Office Assistant 3, 4; Pep Club 3. LEDBETTER, KATHRYN — Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; All-State 3: Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3: Softball 3, 4; Stu­ dent Council 2, 3; Olions 3. LEE, MARK — Football 2, 3, 4; Wres­ tling 2; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4.

LIER, KARI — Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; LA Choir 3, 4; Candystriper 2, 3, 4; President 4; Band 2; Student Council 3; All-State 3. LILLEY, BARB — Harvard Book Award 3; Pajarita Singers 2, 3; Volley­ ball 2; Ski Club 2. LITTLE, BRENDA — Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Topper Revue 2, 3, 4; Society of Distin­ guished American High School Stu­ dents 3. LOCKE, DAVID — Football 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Lettermen’s Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. LOCKETT, LYLE — Drill Team 3 — Secretary 3; Yearbook 4. LOCKYER, TERRY

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LOMBARDI, HAL - Art Club 2; Olions 2; Bridge Club 2; Youth For­ eign Exchange Coordinator 3, 4. LUCAS, JOHN Astronomy Club 2, 3,4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Key Club 2, 3; School Competition Century 3; Leaders Scholarship Program 4. LUEHRING, JANELLE

LUJAN, TERRY LUNDGAARD, KRIS — Football 2, 4; Track 2, 3,4. LUNDY, JANE

LYNCH, ERIC — Football 2. MAES, BOBBY — Wrestling 2, 3, 4; State Wrestling Champion 3, 4; Jour­ nalism 4. MALANIFY, JEFFERY — Swim­ ming I, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4.

MALMBERG, ERIC — Choir 3; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Topper Revue 2, 3, 4. MARKHAM, BEVERLY MARINER, RON

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MARTIN, BOB — Key Club 2, 3, 4 — President 4; Lt. Governor Division I Southwest District Key Club 3; Stu­ dent Council 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi­ dent 2; Basketball 2. 3; Golf 2, 3; Olions 2; Gentlemen of Note 3; Boys' State 3; Alcoholism Coordinator in LA 4; Board of Directors on Alcoholism 3, 4. MARTINEZ. DEBBIE — Journalism 3; OEA 3; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3; Hockey 2, 4; Hilltalkers 4; Olions 4. MARTINEZ, JUEIAN — Wrestling 2. 3. MARTINEZ. RENEE Key Club 4.

Yearbook 4;

MARTS, STAN — JV Eootball 2; Eootball 3. 4; Student Council 3. MARX.CHERYL

MATTHEWS. SANDRA — Sym­ phonic Band 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Hilltalkers 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4. MAY. BIEE — Ski Club 2. 3. 4; Diving 1,2,3; Key Club 3. McCALL, CAM — Track I; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Olions 2, 3, 4 — Treasurer 4; Student Council 3, 4.

McCORMICK, MIKE — Key Club 2, 3, 4 — Secretary 4. McINROY, DAVE — Track 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 4; Key Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Yearbook 4. McLEOD, JOHN — Olions 2; Choir 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4.

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MEADE, DAVID

Art Club 3.

MEISSNER, JIM — “C” Team Bas­ ketball 2; JV Basketball 3; Basketball 4. MERRYMAN, JANE — Honor Soci­ ety 2, 3, 4; Olions 2, 3,4; Mime Troupe 3,4.

MIKKELSON, CARRIE — Softball 2. MITCHELL, DAVID — Astronomy Club 2, 3, 4 — Secretary 3; Treasurer 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Hilltalkers 4; Orches­ tra 3, 4; Symphonic Band 3, 4; Concert Band 2. MONAGHAN, KEVIN — Student Council 2; Golf 2, 3,4; Key Club 4; Football Manager 2, 3.

MOORE, CHRIS MORGAN, KARRI — Stage Band 2, 3, 4; All-State 1,2, 3,4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. MORGAN, MARIAM — Symphonic Band 2, 3,4; Olions 3,4; Art Club 4; Pegasus 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4; Ski Club 2, 3,4.

MORRIS, CfiRISTINE — Symphonic Band 3,4; Concert Band 2; Orchestra 4. MORTENSEN, RUSS — Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Prom Court 3; Key Club 4; Lettermen’s Club 4; Home­ coming Escort 4. MORTON, ALAN

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MOSHER. DONNA — Swimming 1. 2. 3. 4; Key Club 4: OEA 4; Student Council 4. MOULTON. ELLEN — Volleyball 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3. 4: Track 2: Softball 3. 4; All District Basketball 3. 4; Art Club 4: Who's Who Among Amer­ ican High School Students 4. ME N YON. GINN Y — Gymnastics 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 2. 3. 4: Volleyball 3. 4: Eield Hockey 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Journal­ ism 3. 4; Yearbook 4. MYERS. LAURIE — Olions 3. 4; OEA 4. NARANJO. CAMMIE — Drill Team 2.3; OEA 3. NARANJO. RICHARD

NELSON. TOM NEMEC. MARLA — JV Cheerleader 2; Drill Team 3; OEA 4. NEWELL. BILL

NEWMAN. PAUL — Band I. 2. 3. 4; Stage Band One 4; Stage Band Two 2. 3. NOVAK, PAM — Gymnastics 2; Key Club 4; Drill Team 4. NOVAK, TOM — Football 3, 4; Wres­ tling 2, 3,4; JV Football 2.

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O’BRIKN. WALT O’HAIR, MARK Swimming 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 3; Lettermen’,s ( ’lub 4. O’HARE, BRYAN

OHLWILER, LORI OLIVAS, PAT — Art Club 4. ONSTOTT, JOE — Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Youth LAARC 3; Soccer 4.

ORLICKY, HELEN — Band 2; Soc­ cer 2; Art Club 2, 3; Youth LAARC 3, 4; Archaeology Club 2; Honor Society 2.

O’ROURKE, MARY — National Merit Finalist 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Presidential Scholarship 4. ORR, ALISON — BAnd 2, 3, 4,

ORTIZ, ROBERT ORTON, CURT — Student Council 2; Key Club 3,4; Youth and Government 3,4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country Team 2, 3, 4, OSVATH, MARY — Student Council 2 ,

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PACHECO, LIZ— Track 2. 3, 4: Bas­ ketball 2, 3. PARKINSON, BRUCE PATTON, ELIZABETH — OEA 4.

PATTON, TAMMY — Drill Team 4. PAULSON, NANCY — LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2. PAYNE, DENA — OEA 3, 4; Key Club 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Honor Society 3,4 — Secretary 4.

PEQUETTE, VICKI — Volleyball 3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2. PERRAULT, GINA — LA Choir 4; Pajarito Singers 2, 3. PETERSEN, SARAH — STATE 3, 4; STSOE 4; Yearbook 3, 4 — Editor 4.

PETERSON, TOM — Ski Club 3, 4; Art Club 4; STSOE 2. PHILLIPS, JODALE — Band 3, 4; Art Club 2, 4; Choir 3; Topper Revue 3. PICKETT, JEFF — Olions 2, 3, 4 — President 4; Hilltalkers 2, 3, 4; State Dramatic Interpretation Winner 2; Topper Revue 2, 3, 4.

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PISEL, STEVE

JV Eootball2.3; Wrestling 2.

PLEHN, CYNDEE - Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Repertory Singers 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4; Topper Revue 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 4; JV Basketball 2; Basketball 4; Track 2. POE, TERI — A Cappella Choir 2; Drill Team 3; Concert Choir 3; Prom Court 3; Topper Revue 2, 3, 4; Cheer­ leader 4; Homecoming Queen 4. POVELITES, CARL — Basketball Manager 3, 4; Key Club 4. PYBURN, JANET PYLE, PAT — Basketball 2; Reper­ tory Singers 2, 3,4; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Gentlemen of Note 2, 3, 4.

RAIES, BILL — Baseball 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4. RAND, AMY — Field Hockey 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Stu­ dent Council 4. RAUCHFUSS, JIM — Wrestling 2, 3, 4; JV Football 2, 3; Football 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Student Government 4.

REISFELD, BELINDA ~ Honor Society 3; Student Council 3,4; Key Club 4. REISWIG, MARK — Honor Society 2 ,3 ,4 . RENINGER, LEEANN — Gymnas­ tics 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Key Club; Jour­ nalism 4.

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RICH. SUSAN — Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Journalism 4; Softball 3: Field Hockey 2. ROBERTS. TERRY — Speech Team 3.4; Youth LAARC4. ROBERTSON. KENT — JV Football 2: Football 3. 4: Basketball 2: Key Club 4: Lettermen's Club 4.

RODGERS. SON A — Gynmastics 1. 2. 4; Olions 4; Key Club 4; Student Council 4; Honor Society 2. RODRIGUEZ. BOBBY ROGERS. KELLY — Stage Band 3. 4: Football Manager 3. 4: Topper Revue 3. 4; LA Choir 3, 4.

ROJAS, JOE — Cross Country 3. 4; Lettermen’s Club 3, 4; Vice- President 4; Key Club 3,4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Youth Advisory Board 3, 4 — Vice Chairman 4; Youth and Goverment 3, 4; Party Chairman 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Werstling 2. ROMERO. CATHY — OEA 3, 4. RUPERT. MIKE — Ski Club 2.

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RUPPRECHT, WARD — Wrestling 3. SCHELONKA, BOB — Stage Band 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Pagasus Staff 2; Who’s Who Among American Music Students 3; Olions 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Drum Major 4. SCHERMER, LIZ — Honor Society 2. 3; Ski Club 2; Class Secretary 3; Stu­ dent Council 3; Merit Commended Students 3; National French Contest Winner (level four) 4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Field Hockey 4.

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SCHER, JILL — 0 1 io n s2 ,3 ,4 Recording Secretary 4; Key Club 4; Honor Society 2, 3,4. SCHILING, PHILIP — Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band 2; Stage Band 2. SCHLOSSER, ROSEMARY — Olions 2; Candystriper 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4;O E A 3.

SCHOFIELD, LYNN — All-state 2, 3, 4; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Repertory Singers 2, 4; Topper Revue 2, 3,4. SCHOFIELD, LYLE

Hilltalkers 3.

SCOTT, KIM — Youth LAARC2; Art Club 3.

SEGURA, MIKE SHARPLESS, LISA SHUNK, KATHY — Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Olions 2.

SIBBITT, JACK — JV Football 2; Football 3,4; JV Basketball 2; Basket­ ball 3, 4; Tennis 2; Track 3,4; Key Club 4; Lettermen’s Club 4; Concert Band 2. SIGLOCK, STEVE SIMMONDS, STAN — Track 2, 3,4; Band 2, 3,4.

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SMITH, ALAN — Ski Club 4; STSOE 4. SMITH, DENNIS — Olions 3, 4; Hilltalkers 3,4; Bridge Club 3, 4. SMITH, PEGGY — Candystriper 2.

SMITH, SHARI SMITH, TERRY SPALDING, LINDA — Honor Soci­ ety 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Key Club 4.

SPANDE, RON DA — Pajarito Sing­ ers 2, 3. SPURGEON, KAY STEIN, STEPHANIE — Honor Soci­ ety 4.

STEVENS, MARK STEWART, LAURIE — Swimming 8 th, 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Orchestra 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4. STITES, BARB — OEA3.

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S rOKliS. GRAN I - Hilltalkers4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Flonor Society 2, 3. 4; National Merit Finalist 4; Westinghouse Science Award Winner 4. STOKI-.S. KYLE JV Football 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Football 3, 4; Base­ ball 3, 4; Key Club 4; Lettermen’s Club 4: Prom Court 3. STOUT, CHRISTINE- OIions4. STRATTON, CAROL — Honor Soci­ ety 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; JV Bas­ ketball 2, 3; Basketball 4. STROIK, PAUL — JV Football 2; JV Wrestling 2; Football 3, 4; Track 4. SULLENBERGER, MIKE — Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 4.

SULLIVAN, BETH — AFS 2, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Art Club 4; Student Council 4. SUTTON, JIM — Yearbook 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Olions 4. SWENSON, KEITH — Olions 2, 3, 4; Hilltalkers 3, 4; Olions Treasurer 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4 — Treasurer 4; Stu­ dent Council 2, 3, 4; Junior Class VicePresident 3; Symphonic Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; LA Choir 3; Soccer 4. TALLMAN, KATHY — Student Council 2, 3, 4; Bookstore Chairman 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 — President 4; LA Choir 2, 3, 4; Choir Council 3; Choir President 4; All-State Choir 3; Olions 2, 3, 4 — Historian 3, 4; Pegasus 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Class President 3; Prom Court 3; Girls’ State 3; Hilltalk­ ers 3, 4. TAPIE, JACK — JV Football 2. TATOM, MIKE — Ski Club 4; Art Club 4.

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TATRO. CHUCK — Band 2. 3. 4; Tennis 2, 3. 4. TAYLOR. ADRIAN — JV Football 2; Football 3; Rodeo 2, 3. 4. TAYLOR, BATRICE Pajarito Singers 3.

Drill Team 2:

TAYLOR. MARY Hockey 2; Drill Team 3; Co-Manager of CASH; OEA 4; Key Club 4. TEEE, MARK THOMAS. BETTY — Band 2, 3: Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Manager 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among Distinguished High School Students 3.

THOMAS, DAN — The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3; Swimming 1,2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 4. THURSTON, SUE — STSOE 3, 4; Olions 2; Track 2, 3, 4; STATE 3, 4. TIETJEN, GARTH

TISINGER, RICK — Band 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3. 4; Wrestling 2. TOBAR, PlEAR — Foreign Exchange Student Club 4. TODD, DWAYNE

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OHA 3.4.

U U B A R R l, MARIE U P 1 0 N , RICKY

VAN DILLA, WENDY — Yearbook 4; Track 3, 4. VAN LYSSEL. RON VAN VESSEM JON — Football Man­ ager 4.

VELASCO, LISA — National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Prom Court 3; Art Club 4; Olions 3, 4. VIDALE, JOHN — National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; New Math Contest 3. 4; Olions 3. VIGIL, CECILIA — Art Club 3, 4; OEA4; Key Club 4.

VIGIL, ROSS VINTON, GLENN VISEL, ROBERT — LA Choir 2, 3; Ski Club 3.

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VISSCHER, JIM — Olions 3. 4. VOELZ, DAVl D — Ski Club 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. VOGEE, DENISE — Band 2; Honor Society 2, 3. 4; Ski Club 3, 4.

WACKERLE, MARY WAHLEN. KAYE WAELACE, TIM — Varsity Basket­ ball Manager 4.

WARD. BIEL — Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; All State 3; Topper Revue 2, 3; STATE 4. WARNES, LINDA — Student Coun­ cil 2; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Olions 3, 4. WEISGERBER, SCOTT

WEST. NANCY — Ski Club 2, 3; Olions 2. 3,4. WICKLINE. MISSY — Drill Team 2. 3 — Co-Captain 3; OEA 4; Key Club 4. WILLIAMS, JOHN

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WILLIAMSON, KEN — Band 2, Topper Revue 3; Choir 3; Ski Club 3, 4. WILSON, DALE — Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Prom Princess 3. WILSON, NADINE — Journalism 4; Softball 2.

WING, MARY — Band 2, 3,4; Choir 2, 3,4; Olions 2, 3,4; All-State Choir 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Candystriper 2. WINKLER, CINDY — OEA 4; VicePresident 4; Youth and Government 4. WISEHART, BILLIE — Band 2, 3,4; Choir 3,4; Hockey 4.

WITTE, CAROLE — Olions 3; Top­ per Revue 3; Art Club 4; Yearbook 4. WOLFF, JUDY — Volleyball Man­ ager 2, 3,4; Softball Manager 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students Nominee 3; Youth and Gov­ ernment 2, 3,4. WOODCOCK, DAWN — Candystriper 2; Special Education Helper 3.

WORLTON, DAVID — Band 2, 3,4; Swim Team 1, 2, 3,4. WORTH, TOM — Football Manager 2,4; Choir 4; Olions 4. WRIGHT, SANDY — Hockey 2, 3,4; Track 2; JV Basketball 2.

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YEAMANS. STEVE ZERWAS, DIANE — Drill Team 4. BARNETT, VICKI — Honor Society 3,4; National Forensic League 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech Team 1, 2: Speaker of the Year 1: Band: Rodeo Club 4.

KETCHEUM. GREG - Key Club 3; Band 2. PELLETTE, PHILLIP — Key Club 2. 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Soccer Team 2, 3, 4; Manager 3. RYAN, THERESA — Gymnastics 1, 2; Volleyball 3; Basketball 3; Softball 3,4: Pajarito Singers 4; OEA 3; Ski Club 4.

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Above: Students watch a Home Ec. demonstra­ tion. Right: Stacy Gromek serves cake at OEA instal­ lation of officers. Bottom Left: Who me? Below: Fans show spirit at a basketball game.


Top: Steve Dahl. Cathy Tallman and Mary Wing rehearse for Topper Revue. Middle Right: Craig Webb, another Leonardo. Above: David Locke and Tony Grieggs lounging in the lobby. Right: I have some pieces left over. What do 1 do'â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

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ABEYTA, FRANK ALEXANDER. MIKE AELEN.BETH ANDERSON, STEVE ANDREWS, JULIE APEL, BERNTE

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Junior Class Paul Gotti and Suzette Ashment enjoy the good times.

ARCHULETA, LORETTA ARCHULETA, MARK ARCHULETA, WAYNE ARMSTRONG, KAREN ARNTZEN, JULIE ATENCIO, DIANA

AYERS, ANDREW BACA, HELEN BAKER, DENISE BALCOMB, MATT BALLANCE, LORI BANKSTON, NEIL

BARBER, JEFF BARNETT, VICKI BARR, JIM BARTRAM, SHARON BELL, GEORGE BENAVIDEZ, ROCKY

BENNETT, KARL BENNETT, SUSAN BEQUETTE,CHARLA BEQUETTE, JOHN BEYER, TOM RICHER, SUSAN

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BILLINGS. CONNIE BIRD. JENNIFER

BJARKE. G.\R'i BL.ACKW OOD. H T

BLEW ETT. CHRIS BOND. JOE

BOOTH. LAL R.A BOUCHARD. DOUG BOW EN. DEBI BOW LER. JAMES BOWLES. MARGARET BOYER. ROBERT

BRADLEY. CHRIS BRANCH. BARB BRASHEAR. ROD BROOKS. DORY BROPHY. JAMES BROUSSEAU. JEANNETTE

BUDEN. BARRY BUSICH. DAVID BUTEAU.TIM CABBELL. JIM CADY. TOM CAKE. SHARON

CARDON. COLLEEN CARTER. CAROL CARTER. MARY CASPERSEN. JASON CASWELL. STARR CATES. LISA

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CATLIN, LORI CHAVEZ, FLORENCE CHELIUS, CHERYL CHILES, BONNIE CHORN, SUSAN CHRISTENSEN, ROBERT

CLANCY, MICHAEL CLAYTON, ELLEN CLICK, LYNN COLLINS, CONRAD CONTRERAS, CHRISTINA COOK, SHARON

CORT, BILL COURTRIGHT, LYNNE COX, CHARLEY CRAWFORD, LOUANN CREMER, MARY CRISMON, LINDA

DALY, BART DAMRAN,JANINE DANIELS, KATHY DARE, FRANCES DAVIS, ANTHONY DAVIS, LARRY

DEGRUYTER, MARY DEMARSH, ELAINE DENNIS, BERTA DESCHNER, CATHE DEVANEY, KATHLEEN DIAZ, ANDELA

DICK, VERN

DINGUS, BRENDA

Susan Chorn talks it over with a friend.

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DOEHLING, LES DUDZIAK. JOE DUMMER, JOHN

DURAN, DEBBIE DVORAK, DAN DYE, KEVIN

"Haaay!"

DYE, LINDA EARL, SHELLY EDDLEMAN, JOHN EKDAHL,NICK ELDER, JOHN ELIZAN, ROWENA

ELLIOTT, JENNY ELLIOT, KYLE ELLIS, ELLY ELSBERRY, KAREN ENGLEMAN, BILL ETTINGER, LINDA

EVANS, JULIA EVERHART, TRINA FERDINAND, DENISE FINDLEY, CHARLES FISHER, MICHAEL FLICKER, STUART

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FOLEY, JOHN FOLKNER,CHERI FOSTER, SUSAN FRASER, SUZY FUGELSO, LYNN FUKA, MARY

FURNISH, CHRIS GARCIA, MICHELE GARDNER, JOAN GEORGE, DEBBIE GERKE, MELISSA GELBERT,GREG

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GILBERT, SHARON GILLESPIE. MILTON GILLEY, CATHY GILLIS. KELLEY GOODFELLOW, DOUG GRAVES, GRETCHEN

GREENFIELD, NELSON GREENLING, SCOTT GREGORY, WENDY GRIEGO. ROSANNE GRITZO, RUSTY GROMEK, JOHN

GUEVARA, RICARDO GUNETTE, ELAINE GURLEY. LAURA GURULE. ANGIE

GUTHRIE, HOWARD GUTIERREZ, PAMELA HACKMAN, PHIL HAFER. DORI

HAMMER. RICHARD HAN, JAE HAND, SHERRY HANOLD, LYNN

HANSEN, BENTE HARLOW. KEITH HARPER, DEBORAH HARRINGTON, DALE

HARRIS, DAN HARRISON, MARY HARSH MAN, STEVE

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HART, DANA HART, DONNA HARTSHORNE.JEFF HEIL. BERNARD HELLAND, BOB HELLAND, BRENDA

HEMPHILL. RICK HERBST, BETH HITEMAN, TERESA HOFFM AN. DAN HOHNER. RORY HOLLAND, ANN

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HONNELL, KEVIN HOUETON. TOM

HOVERSON, MARK HUME. DENNIS HUMPHREY, CATHY HUSTED, SANDRA HWANG, MARGARET INGLIS, DONNA

JACOBSON, MARK JALBERT, LOUIS JAMESON, TODD JANNUZZL DEAN JARDINE, DAMON JARDINE, DARREN

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JOHNSON, KEVIN JOHNSON, MATTHEW

JOHNSON, MIKE JONES, SETH

JUVELAND, KELLI JO KEADY, CAROL

Suzzette Ashment studing in the sun.

KENNEDY, KEVIN KEPHART, GEORGE KIEREN, LENNY KING, SUSAN KIRCHER, MICHAEL KNECHT, BARTON

KOCELA, DAVID KOCH, LISA KOSTY, MONI KRUPKA,NILDA KUEHL, STEVE KYLE, WINONA

LAIRD, BUDDY LARKIN, SCOTT LAW, SUSAN LAWS, BECKY LEA, DAN LEDBETTER, CAROLYN

LEE, ERIC LEE, ROBERT LEHMANN, DEBBIE LEONARD, BONNIE LEWIS, CATHY LILIENTHAL, ANNIE

162


LILLEY. SHERRY LIPPI ATT, TESSA LITTLEJOHN, LIZ LOBB, TERESA LOPEZ, DELIA LOVATO, JENNIE

LUJAN, BECKY LUJAN, KELLY MAES, MARTHA MAESTAS. ADA MAHONEY, BRAD MALANIEY,TINA

MALTRUD, STEVE MANN, JACOI MARET, BRUCE MARSH, KATE MARSH, STEVEN MARTIN, CHRIS

MARTINEZ, DEBBIE MARTINEZ, JOHN MARTINEZ, THOMAS MASON, JOHN MATHESON, DEBBIE MATTHEWS, GREG

MAVEETY, TERRI McCLANNAHAN, SHAWN

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McCLOUD, BRYAN McCURDY, MIKE

McF a r l a n d , ERIC McFATRIDGE, TERRY

Hello down there.

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Ju lia Evans enjoys ihe out of doors.

McGEHEE, STEPHEN McQUEEN.GREG McTEIGUE. DOREEN

McTEIGUEJOLYN MEFFORD, DOUG MESSIMER, VINCE

MIERAJOHN MILLER, ANDREA MILLER, PAUL

MILLIGAN, MIKE MJOLSNESS, INGRID MONAGHAN, KRIS

MONTAGUE, CAROL MONTGOMERY, JEANNE MOORE, HONEY MOORE, SUSAN MORALES, RAUL MORRIS, CARRIE

MORRIS, DAWN MORRISON, SANDY MOSLEY, JIM MOTZ, ANDY MUNIZ, LULU MURPHY, GAIL

MUSGROVE,TOD MYERS, BRAIN MYERS, MARILYN NAGLE, PATTY NARANJO, ALBERT NARANJO, ALICE

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NEERGAARD. LYNN NEILL, BOBBY NELSON, LINNEA

NICHOLS, BARRY NICHOLS. MICHELE NITZ. MARY. PAT

NORMAN. ALECIA NORRIS, DEBBIE NOVAK. MIKE

O BRIEN. SHERI OHLSEN. DEBBY OHLWILER, SCOTT OLCOTT. ALANA OLSEN, KAY OLSEN. JOYCE

OLSON. ERIC ORTEGA, PAUL ORTIZ, JOHN ORTON, MARY KAY OSBORN. DAVID OSCHWALD, NANCY

Students enjoying the sun during their free time.

Above: Bob Martin and Mike Collier give the cam­ era all they’ve got.

165


OWENS, SHERRI PAAS, INGRID PACHECO, DAVID PADILLA, KEN PADILLA, MIKE PARKER, BRAD PARKER, CATHERINE

PARKER, CHRIS PARSONS, DAVID PAYNE, GREGORY PEARCY, AMY PEDERSON, DONNA

PELLETTE, DENISE PERKINS, MARTHA PERLMAN, ROBIN PERRIN, MICHELLE PETERS, JEFF PETERSON, ANNE

PETRIE, KATHY PHILLIPS, DAVID

PIERCE, JUDY PIEROTTI, PETER

PINKSTON, DENISE PIRTLE, ROBIN

POLLAT, SCOTT PONDER, BRAD

Making Home Ec. goodies.

166


PREBYL. DAVE PRICE, MATTHEW PRUEITT, DANNY QUINN. PATRICIA RAMSEY, CINDY RAMSEY, CLAY

RAND, DAN RATLIFF, GREG RICHBERGER, ROSS RINK, PHIL ROCKWOOD, LISA ROEMER, PEGGY

ROMERO, ANNETTE ROMERO, JEANETTE ROMERO. ROBERT ROSENTHAL, SCOTT ROSS, MAUREEN ROTH, STEVE

ROWLEY, MIKE ROYBAL, ALRIC

ROYBAL, BERNADETTE RUPPEL, WENDY

RUSSELL, CRAIG RUSSELL, CANDY

SAHLING, TRACEY SALAZ, MARK

LeeAnn Reninger in the swing of things.

167


SALAZAR, FRANCES SALGADO, MARIAN SANDOVAL, DAVID SANDOVAL, FRANK SANDSTROM, FRED SANFORD, MIKE

SAPONARA, GABRIELLE SAVER, CINDY SCHELONKA, LYNNE SCHELL, PAUL SCHMAHLJAY SCHOFIELD, SAMUEL

SCHREIDER, STEVE SCHUSTER, WENDY SCOLMAN, DAVID SEAMONS, ROBERT SEIF, STUART SEITZ, KAREN

SEITZ, SHARON SHAFFER, FRANK SHALEK,TINA SHAW, CHRIS SHELDON, JAMES SHELTON, TRISH

SHERWOOD, DAN SHERWOOD, TAMI SILBERT, MARTHA SIMMONS, TREY SLICE, LEE SMALE, RICKY

Scott Kiemie contemplates a problem.

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Art students keep busy around the hot plate.

SMITH, CINDY SMITH, GARY SMITH, KELLY SNOW, JULI SPENCER, KEVIN STATON, MIKE

STEWART, MIKE STEWART, MIKE STILLMAN, KEVIN STREETMAN, AUSTIN STROIK, MIKE STRONG, MARK

SUL, JULIE SULLIVAN, LORRY SUNIER, ALAIN TAYLOR, ROBIN TEGTMEIER, JANET THAYER, JAMES

THOMASSEN, DAN THOMPSON, SCOTT THOMSON, DAVID THORN, TAMMY TINKLE, CARLA TREGALLAS, ALAN

TUCKER, TAD TURNER, JERRY TUNING, BRAD TUNING, NANETTA ULIBARRI, CAROLYN UPHAM,MIKE

169


I he pause that refreshes VA1.I)E;Z, ANDY VALDi;Z, DOROI HY VALENCIA, LUCY

VANBUREN, JON VANDERGUST, ELLEN VANDERLAAN, MARIA

VALASQUEZ, MARY VIGIL, ANNA VOELZ, BRIAN

VOGEL, HERBERT VOLKIN, DAVID WAGEMAN, STEVE

WAHMAN, DONNA WALLACE, KERRY WARD, RALPH

WEBB, CRAIG WEEKS, JIM WESTERVELT, ROBERT

WEWERKA, MIKE WHITTLESSEY, TOM WICKLINE, CINDY WILKINS, KATHY WILSON, MAHLON WING, CATHY

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WISEHART, TERRY WITHERSPOON, DONALD WOLFF, STEVE WOLFSBERG, DAWN WOOD, RICHARD WORLTON, JANICE

WORLTON, LINDA YOUNG, CHRIS ZICKERT, JANET ZIEMER, DANNY ZOCHER, ERIC ALLEN, RICHARD

Ted 1960-1976 Our Son Your Classmate Shalako Shop Kindest Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Grothus

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ALBERTSON, LISA ALEl, LARRY ALLEN, LYNN ALLEN, SCOTT AMSDEN, CHARLIE ANDERSON, CATHLEEN

Sophomore Class

ANDREW, KATHEY APEL, DAVID APGAR, SCOTT ARCHULETA, DAVID ARCHULETA, VICTOR ARNOLD, LAURA

ASBRIDGE,GARY ATENCIO, ANNA BABER, GARY BACA, MARCIA BACA, PAULA BAKER, SCOTT

BAKER, TERRY BALOO, JOHN BAME, BARBARA BANKS, KELLY BARAN, LINDA BARLICH,GAIL

BARROWS, LARRY BARTHELUGREG BARTHOLOMEW, JEEE BARTRAM, SCOTT BECKNELL, CHRISTY BELDRING, KEN

172


BENNORTH, MARY BENTON, JEAN BEQUETTE, BRYAN BINGHAM, DAN BLACK, GEOFEREY BLACKSTONE, STEVE

BLAIR, CHRISSY BLAIS, NEIL BLUME, RANDY BORREGO, LOUIS BOWERSOX, DON BOWYER,CARL

BRESHEARS, DAVID BROCK, GARY BROWN, TONY BROWN, DAYNA BROWN, SCOTT BROWN, TERI

BRYSON, LISA RUCHEN,TINA BUCHHOLZ, ELAINE BURKHART, GLORIA BURNETT, ARDYCE BURNS, MIKE

And you think you have problems!

BYERS, MARK CAIRO, JEFF CALL, DIANA CAMERON, RUTH CAMPELL, SHAWN CARBONE, KIM

173


CARDENAS, DAVID CARLSON, KATHLEEN CARLSON, LAUREN CATLIN, MARK CATRON, ADELINE CHAFFEE, JOHN

CHAMBERLIN, CINDY CHARMATZ, ALBERT CHAVEZ, LEE CHILES, LORA COBURN, ALLEN COCHRAN, JIM

COLLIER, KARI COLLIER, LIONEL

CONN, CHRIS CONNELLEE, BECKY

Working on cars can be fun.

CONTRERAS, STEVE COON, HILARY CORNWELL, FRED CORT, BRIAN COSIMI, LAURA COX, ED

CRAWFORD, KEVIN CRISMON, CHRIS CROSS, SHELLY CROTEAU, VAUGHN CUSHING, GILLIAN DALY, ED

DESGEORGES, JOHN DOUGLAS, DENNIS DOWNEY, BRUCE DRAKE, DANIEL DRAKE, ROGER DUMMER, SARA

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Junking up!

DUNNING. CLARE DURAN, GREG

EASLEY. TOM EBERHARDT, NANCY

EBINGER, ANNIE EHART, ADAM

ELLIOTT. JOHN ELLIS, KATHI ENGELHARDT, FRED ERPENBECK, MIKE ESSINGTON, LAURA EVANS, FRANK

FERDINAND, MICHAEL FERRANTI, KATHERINE FERRON, CRAIG FIELD, RENEE FILIP, FRED FLAUGH, PHYLLIS

FOLEY, TIM FOSTER. LOUISE FOWLER, WILLIAM FULGENZl. NORMA FULLERTON, GAIL FULWYLER, RICHARD

GAETJENS.JOHN GAUL, ANTHONY GARDNER, DAN GEHRE.JONI GENTRY, DAVID GERKE, SHARON

175


GIBBS, RICK GILL, LINDA GILLESPIE, JEANNE GILLIS, KATHLEEN GLASGOW, PAULA GONZALES, ANYA

GONZALES, KEN

GRASER, KAREN

Stepping up the pace.

GRAY, JULIE GREEN, WALTER GREENE, KELLY GRIFFIN, WAYNE GRUHN, MELANIE GUENTHER, ED

GUERETTE, RAY GUERRERO, LORI GURSKY, DAN GUTIERREZ, LISA GUTIERREZ, GINA GUTIERREZ, JOE

HAARMAN, CINDY HABERSTICH, MARC HACKENBERRY, DAVID HACKMAN, DAN HAHN, VALERIE HAKKILA, GREGG

HAMBERG, MICHEAL HAMILTON, SCOTT HAMMOND, SUZANNE HANAWALT, KARLA HANOLD, JOE HARBUR, RANDEL

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I

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P.E. Shootout.

HARDER, LES HARDWICK, MONIE HARELSON, PEGGY HARRIS, SELITA HARRISON, KATHERIN HARRY, JENNIFER

HAWKINS, GENE HAYDEN, DAVID HAYDEN, SHELLY HEDSTROM, DAVID HELMICK, LAURIE HELMICK, PAUL

il HENDERSON, BRIAN HENSON, STASIA HESCH, STEPHEN HIGGEN,JOHN HOLCOMB, DOLORES HOLLAND, BRENNAN

HOLLAND, CAROLINE HOLLIWAY, DAVID HOLMES, LARRY HOLMES, JULIANNE HOLMES, TOM HOLT, ROBERT

HONEY, WAYNE HONSINGER, CHARLES HOPKINS, ANNA HORTON, NANCY HUDGINS, SHERI HUDGINS, STEVE

177


HUDSON, lY HUEBNUR, ELIZABEl H HUNTER, LYNN

HUNTER, SCOTT HUPKE, PAT HYER, ERIN

INGLIS, MATT IRISH, TERESA JACKSON, JIM JALBERT, MARIE JENSEN, GRACE JONES, CATHERINE

KASIK, RANDY KATKO, MATHEW KAZEK, MIKE

KEANE, PATTI KEARNS, SHARON KEDDY, MIKE

KEDDY, MICHELE KEENAN, BOB KELLEY, MARY KELLOGG, LISA KENNEDY, MAUREEN KERCHER, CHUCK

KESTELL, LAURA KIEMLE, SCOTT KIRBY, LIZA KIRCHER, DORCAS KLEBESADEL, BILL KLEBESADEL, LARRY

178


KOCELA. ANDREW KOEPKE, JULIE KOONCE. RICHARD KORTEGAARD, KATHY KOSSAR. MARY ANNE KRIZ, DENNIS

KRUSE, GARY KUTAC, CHRIS LAND, DALE LAROTUNDA, JUDY LARSON, CURT LAUER, TERRI

LAWRENCE, CATHY LAYMAN, EDDIE LAZAZZERA, LINDA

LEE, DAVID LEE, FRANZ LEWIS, TRACY

LIER, ERIC LINDSTROM, LORI LITTLE, CYNTHIA

Good Smells!

LOCKETT, DAVID LOCKYER, TRACY LONDON, DAN LOPEZ, MANUEL LOPEZ, RICH LORA, DOUG

LOUGHRAN, NANCY LUCAS, JERRY LUJAN, SANDIE LUNDBERG, BRUCE LURY, LINDA MacMILLAN, LIZ

179


Envionmental Awareness.

MAES, TONY MAES, BRENDA MAESTAS, EMILY MALMBERG, STEVE MANTHEI, KARL MARTELL, COLLEEN

MARTINEZ, JEROME MARTINEZ, LORETTA MAY, DEBBIE McC a r t y , p e n n y McCURDY, TIM MclNROY, BILL

McLEOD, MARIA McNAIRY,SHELLIE MEADE, MITCHELL MEDINA, SIDNEY MEN LORE, STEVE MENZEL, ANN

MERHEGE, BRAD MERTS, RON METROPOLIS, PENEL MEYER, STEVE MEYERS, BARBARA MEYERS, CAROLE

MILLER, TERRY MITCHELL, DEBBIE MITCHELL, ROGER MJOLSNESS, KIRSTEN MONAGHAN, TERI MONAGHAN, TODD

180


MONTGOMERY. GWEN MONTOYA, PATRICK MONTOYA, RANDY MOORE, TERRI MORALES. ANTONIO MORELLI. MONTY

MORRIS. COLIN MOTZ, BARB MUNYON, MARK MY DOCK. CHRIS NEHER. KATHLEEN NEUDECKER. TERESA

NOVAK, JEFE NOWAK. STARR OLIPHANT, CABOL OLIVAS. SUSIE ORLICKY. ANDREW O ROURKE, CAROL

ORTIZ. RUBEN OWENS. CHARLES PACHECO. LINDA PARKER, KAREN PARKER, RONNIE PARKINSON, SCOTT

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Biology Class Moves Out­ doors

181


Kicking Drills During P.E.

PARSON. THOMAS PARTRIDGE, BETSY PEASLEE, DAVID PEQUETTE, SHERRY PHILLIPS. DIANA PIOTROWSKI, MIKE

PLASSMANN, REBECCA POELAKKER, DENISE PRECIADO, ERNI PRUEITT, LINDA PUCKETT, DEBBIE PYBURN, LISA

QUINTANA, DINA RADZIEMSKI, MIKE RANDOLPH, CYRETHA RAY, BRETT REAVIS, JANET REICHELT, JIM

REICHELT, STEVE REINING, MARY ANN RICKENBAUGH, KIM RISLOVE, MARK ROBINSON, BRIAN RODRIGUEZ, DAISY

RODRIGUEZ, DIANA ROEHLING, VALERIE ROMERO, TERRI ROSS, MARK ROWEN, PETER RUHE, TOM

182


RUIZ, SHIRLEY RUSSELL, MARK RYAN, DAN RYAN, MONICA SALAZAR, ANGELA SANDFORD, DAWN

SANDOVAL, JIM SANDOVAL, MARK SANDOVAL, NATALIE SANDSTROM, ALICE SANTANA, DUDLEY SANTANA, JAMES

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A walk in the sunshine.

SCHACHTERLE, MAUREEN SCHATZMAN, DANIEL SCHERMER, ANNE SCHILLING. SCOTT SCHLOSSER, ANDREW SCHMIDT, LESLIE

SCHNEIDER. DOUG SCHROEDER. MARK SCHWEIER, LUCY SCOLMAN, SUSAN SEAY, TIM SHARP. MICHELE

183


SHERA, CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN, BERNIE SUE SHERWOOD, KIM SHOWALTER, MARGIE SHUNK,CARL SIEMON, VICKY

SIGLOCK, MARK SIMMONDS, KAREN SIVERLY, CINDY SKAHAN, RYLEE SMITH, KIPPER SMITH, LAURA

SMITH, SANDRA SOWANICK, KIM SPURGEON, CHUCK STALLINGS, WANDA STANHOPE, CRAIG STAPLETON, ROBERT

STATON, GINNY STEPHENS, BARBARA

STEVENS, SALLY STEWART, CINDY

STEWART, JOEL STEWART, JULIE

Frizbee Anyone?

STEWART, VICKI STODDARD, STEPH STOKES, KAREN STOKES, LAURA STONE, LORADAWN STRATTON, JEAN

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STROIK. DAVE STULTS. STEVE SUMER, J.J. SUTPHIN.CHIP SWARTZ, STACEY SWEET, PEGGY

TALLEY,BRENT

TATRO, CAROLYN

A blanket of white covers Los Alamos,

TAYLOR, DAVID TEEL, JOHN THIEBOLT, KARL THIEME, RANDY THOMAS, EVAN THOMASSEN, JULIE

THOMPSON, CHRIS THOMPSON, VERNA TIETJEN, LAURETTA TODD, ROBERTA TORRES, DON TREGELLAS, SANDY

TROUT, TINA TRUJILLO, LIZ TRUJILLO, RICHARD TRUMP, DAVID ULIBARRI, PHIL UNGNADE, ROBERT

UPHAM, DAVID VANDERHAM, MIKE VAN DEGRIFT, MARY VAN LLYSSEL, ROSS VAUGHN, RANDY VIDALE, ANN

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VIGIL, ANGELA VIGIL, IVAN VIGIL, RALPH VIKDAHLJIM WAHLEN,1VY VALDESCHMIDT, JAMES

WALKER, DONELL WARREN, CAROL

WARREN, DIANNA WECHSLER, BECKY

WEEKS, JOANNE WIE, HENRY

Pushing paper in chemistry

WHEAT, BOB WHITWORTH, GINA WILLIAMSON, KIM WILLIS, ANITA WILSON, CORBY WINBURN, RANDY

WING, ANNE WINKLER, CAROLYN WINSLOW, BILL WOLFE, SUE WOOD, JOHN WOOD, MARGARET

WOOD, PATRICK WOODALL, JARED WORLTON, TERESA WRIGHT, JANET YANDELL, NEAL YARNELL, MARTHA

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K N E C H T A U T O M O T IV E Beauty Saloir and Men’s Hairstyling Unisex

201 Knecht St. Los Alamos, N. M. 87544

Vidal Sassoon Products 982-3100 983-9031 1520 Cerrillos Road

Phone 662-9743 Auto — Body — Glass

Santa Fe, N. M.

Congratulations Seniors

H A LLS S H O E STORE Hush Puppies — Vasque Red W in g — Converse Keds — Scholls Also Texas Boots Community Center — Los Alamos

THE H IT C H IN G POST Western and Casual W e ar — Saddles — Tack In the Village — W hite Rock Los Alamos, N. M. — Pat Starkey — Owner 672-3515

Ids alamos aatioaal baak Your Hometown National Bank

Congratulations 77 Grads!!!

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credit union bldg. room 203 los alamos, n. m. Title & Realty

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UNITED SA V IN G S and LO AN A SSO C IA T IO N P.O. Box 940 Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544

Phone; 862 -4G4G

^11 l a c ^ I n n BEAUTY SALON

Credit Ufiioa Bldg. Loi Alamo^» 87S44

Hobbies Specialty Toys Models Crafts

THE HOBBY BENCH

Village Shopping Plaza W hite Rock Los Alamos, N .M . 87544 (505) 672-1313

LOS A L A M O S M O N IT O R

H O S T O F TH E M O S T IN N Los Alamos

LO S A L A M O S IN N

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2201 Trinity Drive Phone (505)662-721I Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544

Sales Rep. L A SL Credit Union Bldg. Los Alamos, N .M N . 87544 662-2545

Your Home Owned Community Newspaper Congratulations to the Graduating Class of "7 7 " 256 DP Road 662-4185

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O R T E G A 'S LA F O N D A IN D IA N S H O P Retail 100 East San Francisco 982-5492 Santa Fe, Wholesale New Mexico LA F O N D A H O T E L

C A R D A N D PARTY S H O P INC. Coronado Center

C A R D A N D PARTY S H O P INC. De Vargas Center

C A S E A N D CRYSTAL. De Vargas Center: Santa Fe

Village Barber Shop

New Mexican Restaurant and Packaged Liquors 2470 East Rd. 662-6354 Los Alamos, N.M.

Professional Men and Boys' Hairstyling by Eddie Martinez and Julian Ortiz

PAT'S TASTEE FREEZ 1360 Trinity Dr. 662 7516 or 662-9982

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H A Y E S JEWELERS 662 3399

1623 Central

Los Alamos, New Mexico

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A t S+ud B's Whistle Stop Registered Pinto Stallion Graduating Seniors come stay with us on your Honeymoon . . . and do whatever turns you on!

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NEW MEXICO'S LARGEST CREDIT UNION Providing Professional Financial Services Los Alamos Credit Union Los Alamos O ffice: 1911 Central W hite Rock Branch: Credit Union Plaza

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BROWN CARPETS and INTERIORS White Rock Shopping Center

Phone 672-3419

Open 6 Days a Week Specialize in Carpets but Also Has "Everything for the Inside of your House"

THE S T IT C H IN G POST Fashion Fabrics in W hite Rock 120 Longview Dr. Yarns Macrame Sewing Machine Repairs

M ETZGER STORES Four Locations to Serve You Serving Los Alamos since 1947 Congratulations Seniors!

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DECOL'S PHOTO and HI-FI Community Center Los Alamos De Vargas Mall Santa Fe


J & W E L E C T R O N IC S Radio Shack

1290 17th St.

Dealer R C A — C O L O R and B W TV Lit+on — Microwave Devices Channel Master Antennas Repairs on M ost Other Makes I 16 Longview Dr.

HEALTH FOOD STORE 662-4900

672-9824

Congratulations Seniors '77 Ask about Sears Convenient Credit Plans

SEARS

Sears, Robuck and Co. Where America Shops Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back

SCO TT'S M U S IC

Los Alamos 1715 Iris 662-5531 Santa Fe Downtown 983 6321

4095 Sycamore Los Alamos, N.M. 662-5351

In Los Alamos Trinity Square Complex P.O. Box 296 Los Alamos, N.M. 87544 TRI-SQUARE REALTY

CORBETT C L E A N IN G COMPANY Pick up and Delivery Los Alamos, New Mexico Community Center

662-5223

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Stationers

TIAN O 'S Your Sports Headquarters

O ffice Fruniture Drafting Supplies C ards and Party G o o ds

LAKEVIEW BARBER SH O P Owner: Berne Lujan Credit Union Bldg. Los Alamos, New Mexico

662-3880

CABBELL ABSTRACT A N D TITLE C O M P A N Y Jim Cabbell Agency â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Realtors Suite 202, Miles Bldg. 1907 Central P.O. Box 578 662-5187 Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544

The Hill Auto Supply, Inc. 1372 Central Ave. Los Alamos, New Mexico

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The $ 17,000 question Can You Meet the Challenge?

Be Someone Special Join the Navy Dave Morlc 1612 S+. Michaels Drive Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Call Collect: 988-63051 / 988 6289

$ 1 7 ,0 0 0 . T h a t’s ab ou t w hat it co sts us to train yo u in th e N a v y ’s A d van ced E lectro n ics or N u clea r P o w er Program s. B u t th e v a lu e of that training to y o u . . . w ho can sa y ? It w ill en a b le yo u to o p era te and m a in tain th e m ost ad v a n ced electro n ic sy ste m s or n uclear p ov/er p lants. In th e N a v y or later on. To q u a lify , y o u n eed a high sch o o l d ip lo m a and a good h ead, good h ands and a real d esire to stick w ith thorough and so p h istic a ted training. A nd a w illin g n ess to do your sh are of th e h o u se k e ep in g chores. So th e an sw er to th e $ 1 7,000 q u estio n is rea lly up to you. T h in k y o u can m ee t th e ch allen ge? Talk to you r local N a v y R ecru iter. C all us a n y tim e (to ll-fr e e ) 8 0 0 -8 4 1 -8 0 0 0 . (In G eorgia, call 8 0 0 -3 4 2 -5 8 5 5 . C all c o llec t in A lask a: 2 7 2 -9 1 3 3 , in H a w a ii: 5 3 3 -1 8 7 1 .)

S T R IN G S ’N SPOKES "Featuring the Finest in Bicycle, Tennis, and Cross Country, Ski Equipment and Service."

Jeff Sweers

Bruce Norman

Community Center Los Alamos, N.M . 87544

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C LEM EN T & BENNER The Pleasant Place to Shop on the Hill Pick From Famous Brands in Men's W onen's and Children's Clothing I 735 Central Ave.

662-2864

Los Alamos, N.M . Fine Paintings and Crafts Roger G . Carmillo, Owner Indian Jewelry, Rugs, Pottery, and Sandpaintings 197


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Community Center I 149 18th St. Los Alamos, N.M.

662 9589

Located in the Los Alamos Community Center

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tor the Discriminating W om en and Man W e Offer •Style Cuts •Hair Coloring •Manicuring •Pedicuring •Facials •Eyelash Application •Lash and Brow Dyes •Hair Processing 662-9099 Full Service Retail Center

PIEROTTI'S FLORAL And G IFTS 1743 Central

976 17th Street

SPARKY'S SO DA BAR Serving breakfast lunch, and dinner 1054 17th St. Phone 662-4481

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THE S H O P U N U SU A L Authentic Indian Jewelry Lapikary Supplies and Equipment Gem s and Minerals Books and M aps Supplies for the Silversmith (Silvir — Turquoise — Beads — Findings)

ZIA CREDIT U N IO N 1137 18th St. Congratulations Seniors "77 "

Jewelry by Local Craftsman SILVER A N D S T O N E S Community Center Los Alamos, New Mexico

THE C L O T H E S R A C K Los Alamos Phone: 662-2830

Central Shopping Center

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THUNDERBIRD SH O E STORE

1400 17th St.

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MR TUXEDO 53 I W e st Cordova Santa Fe, New Mexico 982-3132

Santa Fe's Largest Full Line Department Store Com plete Line of W inter Values and G ifts De Vargas Mall

600 Rosario St. 982 2631 Santa Fe

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Los Alamos Public School 1977 Yearbook  

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Los Alamos Public School 1977 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1977 Yearbook