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The La Loma Staff dedicates this yearbook to Dr. Duane Smith

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La Loma Staff It was a year to remember, a year of endings and of new beginnings. It was a year of both good and bad times. May this book bring back memories of the best times of the school year. A special thanks to Mr. Gutierrez; the staff could not have done without him. Thanks must also go to the staff and the photographers whose hard work made this book possible. Rita Martinez Editor, 1980

^â&#x20AC;&#x2122;ictured (L-R): Jamey McCabe, Michele Nickels, Jeanette Palanek, Nana Lee, Pat Carpenter, Greg Hesch, Becky Archuleta, Nanette Silvernail, Rita Martinez, Dorothy Foster, Patty Sullivan, Lisa Lindberg, Kathy Rupprecht. Not Pictured: Mike Ferris, Barry Flagerman, Barb Hawkins, Chip Kosty, Charlotte Lehman, John Van Marter.

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The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time.

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It’s okay to feel afraid, but don’t let that stand in your way.

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Try not to try too hard. James Taylor

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Twenty-four students were named National Merit Scholarship Finalists this year: Row One (L to R) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Arlene Yusnukus, Anna Monika Magnuson, Marie Springer, Carol Seegar, Michael Higgins, Eric Finch; Row Two (L to R) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Dorothy Zemach, Micheie Marteii, Gary Morton, Indra Neeper, Robin Fisher, David Steyert, Robert Knapp, Bradiey Reisfeid, Kent Budge. Not Pictured: Bernard Hatcher, Aaron Dingus, Peter Fritz, Michaei Lilly, David Ward, Vincent Brown, David Bunker, C. L. Mader, James Harlow. To say that Rick Rochester showed outstanding leadership throughout his high schooi career is an understatement. He served in the Student Council and was voted Student Body President his senior year. He is the recipient of such awards as the Manual Lujan Congressional Medal of Merit and the Tri-Service Leadership Award. Rick is aiso a former deiegate to Boys' State. He was an active member of the Spanish Club and the Honor Society.

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The Office Education Association had an exce'ient year with many of their members qualifying for and placing in the O.E.A. Regional Conference. Candle Pierce, who placed second in State in Extemporaneous Verbal Communication I, went on to com pete in Nationals in Minneapolis. (L to R): Patty Sullivan, Gina Gallegos, Candle Pierce, Kelly Torrey. Not Pictured; Steffi Williams, Arleen Thorn, Sheryl Wallace. Each year two students are chosen from each state to become Presidential Scholars. This year Anna Monika Magnuson (left) was chosen to receive this honor. She will be awarded a trip to Washington D.C. to meet with other Presidential Scholars from around the country. Also pictured are Carol Seegar and Kent Budge, named semi­ finalists in the competition.

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Bill Sanders has achieved many accomplishments during his high school career. Many of Bill's accomplishments came through the athletic program. Bill gained special recognition for his ouWanding participation in Baseball, Basketball, and Football. Bill has lettered nine times during his high school athletic career. Bill also found time to maintain a 4.0 grade point average. The speech team had three outstanding seniors this year who were the recipients of the Double Ruby Award. To receive this award speech members must earn 500 or more competition points. (L to R): Charles Whipple, Dorothy Zemach, Mark Wolfsberg.

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Sophomore Andy Erickson did exceptionally well in competition at the Northeast Regionai Science Fair in St. Paul, Minnesota, with his project in math and computers. Juniors Brian Giibert, Barbara Wadstrom, Tom Peilette, Carrie Hoider, and David Croasdell were nominated for the TriService Leadership Award. The recipient of this award wili be selected next fall. Selection wiil be based on leadership in academics, athletics, and citizenship.

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Senior Debbie Baber has been recognized as an outstanding student of Art. She has been acknowiedged not only by her teachers but by patrons who buy her paintings. As the recipient of an art scholarship, Debbie will further her education.

In this year's New Mexico Math Exam, Los Alamos High will be represented by three stroo competitors: David Bunker, Jan Hudson, and John Gill. These students earned the highe scores in the local contes

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ew Coach Turns To New Players After losing 24 seniors lost year, second year Head Coach Brad Jenkins had a rebuilding year. A small squad of 30 players and injury problems hampered the Topper effort, resulting in a 4-6 record. Despite its record, the team finished a respectable fourth in district. Seniors Mike Whalen and K. C. Evans were selected for the All-District team. 18 Seniors will graduate, leaving Coach Jenkins with 11 lettermen for next year's team.

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1 A light moment with the coach. 2. Coach Jenkins debates his next move.

3 C k row (l-R): Coach Lindmith, Gary Shelton, Don George, Bill Sanders, Jeff Armstrong, Mike Hammer, Scott Alexander, John larinuzzi, John Sullivan, David Croasdell, Martin Finley, Doug Barber, Walter Emanuel, Coach Jenkins; Middle row (L-R): Coach Phillips, eve Capelli, Kenyon Morrow, Tim Hutchenson, K.C. Evans, Ryan Ramsey, Joel Barber, Joe Giacalone, Todd Morrison, Greg Anderson, 3ul Cook, Coach Molito; Front Row (L-R): Paul Arellano, Mike Whalen, Charlie Maes, Tim Pollat, Todd Kercher, Tim Todd, Kevin roasdel, Steve Grieggs, Ray Burick, Gary Morton, Greg Hesch. Not Pictured: Jeff Walterscheid.

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1 Toppers down on opponent. 2. A moment of reflection. 3. No time for diplomacy. 4. King of the Hilll 5. Topper line readies before the snap. 6. Head on with the Scorps.

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1 Topper's recovery stops Santo Fe's drive. 2. Toppers move the boll for a first down. 3. Messimer grabs one from a defender. 4. Swarming JV crushes an opponent.

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Opponent Grants 6 Santa Fe 6 Robertson 0 Santa Fe 0 St. Mike's 20 Rio Grande 0 Dei Norte 18 Highiand 32

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Varsity: Row 1 (L-R) — Valeria Andreata, Emily Guenette, Suzie Spingler, Barb Khz, Lisa Cash, Leslie Vandergust, Margie Tatro, Robin Cunningham, Coach Jeanne Quinn; Row 2 (L-R) — Laurie Russell, Kari Holder, Lori Lucero, Lori Labdador, Tammy Tucker, Megan Cunningham Junior Varsity: Row ^ (L-R) — Yolanda Vigil, Lisa Lujan, Denise Rivera, Beth Halloran, Valeria Andreata; Row 2 (L-R) — Theresa Taylor, Julie Lucero, Joyce Honsinger, Lynne Russell, Kelly Walker

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Volleyball Team, Second In District This year's volleyball team had a rough start. After they dropped their first tw o games, they recovered to win nine of their remaining fifteen games, and finished their season with a 9-8 record. The volleyballers then went to the district tournament where they won their first three games, but lost a hard fought battle in the championship match.

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Toppers Place 3rd At State The 79 soccer team had an record setting year under the leadership of coaches Cernicek and Dalla Betta, The team set a new record by winning their first eleven games and having the longest unbeaten streak of Topper History, Danny McCarthy set an Individual scoring record of 22 goals, smashing the old mark of 17 goals, The team also scored 91 goals, the most In a season. Overall, the team's record was 15-3. Danny McCarthy, Eddie Dunn, and Byron Wilson were named to the All-State team.

First Row: Eddie Dunn, Dana Rink, Paul Spirio, Chip-Kosty, Ned Parrish, Jon Becknell, Byron Thompson, Ross Jameson, Molly Cernicek, Managt Elizabeth Smale. Second Row: Edwin Tucker, Byron Wilson, Greg Benett, Chris Gromek, Kevin Smale. Third Row: Carolyn Hiteman, Coat Cernicek, David Fugelso, Joe Lauer, Niels Ahlefeldt-Launvig, Terry Lundberg, Gilbert Ratliff, Chris Morris, Kelly Morris, Tom Pellette, Paul Yasuda.Enc Tisinger, Sandy Wilson, Coach Dalla Betta Not Pictured: Craig Taylor, Danny McCarthy.

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First Row (L-R): Eric Filer, David Palanek, Ben Hoffman, Jeff Tucker, Chris Beatty, Dana Rink, Bill Welch, Chris Keddy, Soren Loree, Stacy Green, Deo Barr, Amy Lucero, Craig Kelly, Richard Keel, Molly Cernicek, Tony Miranda; Second Row (L-R): Jay Kapis, Dennis Vasilik, Sam Fenerid, Chris HaVi' Carl Cady, Oliver Bast, Lisa Spirio, Frank Wohifart, Aaron Rickenbaugh, Dean Crismon, Susan Gardner, Byran Thompson, Paul Spirio, John Wise Andy Wolfsberg, Mary Ebenger, Karen Hollabaugh. Not shown: Kenny Bowman, Glenn Loughran.

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=irst row (L-R): Joanne Mezins, Kelly Torrey, Anita Sarwinski, Ann Mathews, Janet Dennis, Denise Morales; Second row (L-R): Suzanne Ortega-manager, Lisa Leif, Ann Marie Gorman, Jobie Cabbell, Sarah Ander;on, Peggy Ferguson, Nancy Dienes, Sheila Olivas, Chris Naranjo-manager, Coach Brown.

First row (L-R): Laura Barnett, Kim Martin, Brenda Hughes, Annette Lewis, Anita Hammer, Michele Fergusan; Second row (L-R: Coach Brown, Megan Ferrel, Naomi Chaidluri, Sonja Rodenz, Les Ann Bettinger, Chessy Kircher, Kari Martell, Michele Madland, Laura Skinner

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Coach Jeffryes took this year's cross-country team to eleven meets. The boys' team consistently finished \A/ith high enough scores to take them to the district tournament, where they finished third in a field of eight. Their next stop was State Tournament, where they broke even by finishing sixth out of twelve schools. The girls' team did equally well, finishing third in District and sixth out of ten at State. Coach Jeffryes looks forward to a good season next year with eight returning lettermen.

Cross-Country Runs To State

'Vi (L to R) Jim Peaslee, John Merson, John Schrondt, Steve Jett, Tom Schott, Coach Jeffryes, David Thurston, Sean Macaffee, Peter Fritz, Sten Mecheis, Tim Pacheco, Lynette Ross, Lawrence Kwei, Coach Weeks, Jim McDow, Mike Bowersox, Cathy Cox, Elaine Perkins, Louis Fuka, Alio Lundy, Roxanne Collins, Ziv Beyth, Doreen Busch, Leslie Flayes, Carol Cady.

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Varsity Basketball Team: First Row (L-R)-Ron Pequette, Craig Butler, Scott Poquette, Kris Stokes, Louis Sandoval; Second Row (L-R)-Gilbert Ratliff, Joe Vigil, George Sims, Rick Brinkley, Mickey Chorn, Bill Sanders, Richie Myers. t. Ron Pequette floats in for two. 2. Gilbert fights for a rebound.

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JV Basketball Team; Row 1 (L-R)Brian Smith, Gary Shipley, John Dye, Kenyon Morrow, Bill Reitmann, Kevin Croasdell, Row 2 (L-R)-David Croasdell, Tim Brinkley, Jeff Storm, Jeff Sanders, Walter Emanuel, Greg An­ derson, Coach Segar,

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Tip it to a Topper. Kris Stokes fouled from behind. Louie goes through for two. Two points for George. Mickey in action. Bill and Ron fight for a rebound


Coach Brown, Charles Vigil, Rick Honsinger, Kevin Orton, Mark Gromek, Jeff Cotter, Roy Sandez, Richard Roth, Jeff Wadstrom, Peter Lindholm, Jeff Bryant, Tim Harrison, Mike Duran, Lee Arellano, Fred Montoya.

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Girtsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Basketball Improves On Season After last year's 7-15 season record. Head Coach Doug Anderson's girls' basketball team had a much im­ proved year. Their season mark was 14-12, and they placed a respectable fourth in District. Coach Anderson will be losing six seniors, but should have an equally good team for next year.

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First Row(L-R): Carolyn Ellis, Sheila Long, Vicki Romero, Mary Long, Leslie Ham; Second Row (L-R): Lindsay Price, Julie Dresback, Lori West, Janet Woods, Margie Fredrick, Tomar Beyth, Nancy Law; Third Row (L-R): Jennifer Shinn, Laurie Dresback, Linda Findley, Stephanie Henry.

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1 Anna in deep thought. 2. State's best vault. 3. Beth in perfect form. 4. Perfection at its best. 5. Terry shows perfect balance.

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Wrestling Team Has Rebuilding Year After last year's 9-3 record, this year's wrestling team had a rebuilding year. The loss ot six seniors made it ditticult tor Coach Brown to fill in the weight positions. The season reoord for this year's team was 2-10. With more experience next year's team will improve on this year's team record.

First Row (L-R): Jeff White, Juan Gonzales, J.D. Mouller, Mike Trujillo, Tim Brown, Dan Pacheco; Second row (L-R): Andrew Faulner, Mike Schacterle, Ryan Ramsey, Taylor Van Buren, Mike Hammer, John Sullivan.

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1 Toppers take control. 2. Juan plans next move. 3, Juan's move worksi 4. Toppers chalk up another \wln. 5. Toppers are on top again. 6. The take downi 7. Toppers always pin their man I

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Girls Golf (L to R): Anita Sorwinski, Sheila Olivas, Nancy Higgins, Coach Higgins, Sara Anderson, Jean Grier. Boys Golf (L to R): Coach Higgins, Charles Hill, Jeff Bryant, Mike Lippiat, Jimmy Elliot, Mark Cosimi, Craig Butler, Tim Harrison,

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The 1980 Baseball Team finished their season with an 11-9 mark. At District, they finished third. Next year there will be new faces: Head Coach Townsend and Assistant Coach Jenkins will be leaving Los Alamos High as will four seniors. A young team next year will make for a bright baseball future.

Baseball Team Third At District

1 Words of encouragement. 2. Anticipating the throw. 3. Determination.

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1 A homerun swing, 2. Good job, Gary! 3. Joe ready for the tag.

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Girtsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Softball Has Successful Season

The softball team had one of their best seasons in many years. With the leadership of Coach Smith, the team won an impressive nineteen wins to only tw o losses, and ran away with the District title. In the first game of the State Tournament, they defeated rival West Mesa. In the second game, however, they were defeated by Carlsbad, the eventual State Tournament winners.


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Girisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Track Excells

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Martha on her way to a win. Doreen keeps the stride. The perfect hand-off. Carol shows us how it's done. Concentration! Almost, Suzy! Taking the turn.

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Girls Track (L-R): Row Or^e — Brenda Hughes, Darla Dutcher, Lori Ladibour, Suzy Lee, Lacy Keel, Alice Lundy, Doreen Busch; Row Two — Renee Jennings, Carolyne Ellis; Michele Ferguson, Anne Trela, Martha Trela, Carol Cady, Leslie Hayes, Coach Molito.


First Row (L-R); Coach Phillips, Fidel Lopez, Mike Roof, David Croasdell, Paul Dicellio, Siv Beyth; Row Two (L-R): Coach Dalla Betta, Greg Anderson, Lawrence Kwie, Ray Burick, Mike Whalen, Jay Bustamonte, Phillip Cornwell, Jeff O'Dell, Mike Bowersox, Eric Brown, Jeff Butters; Row Three (L-R): David Talley, John Schrandt, John Merson, Steve Jett, Tim Todd, Randy Evans, Louis Fuka, Monte Flenderson, Jeff Armstrong, John Daly, Todd Sanders, Todd Shipman, Robert Sandmeier,

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Seven of this year's tennis players â&#x20AC;&#x201D; four from the boys' team and three from the girls' team â&#x20AC;&#x201D; earned their way to the State Championships. Gilbert Ratliff and Anthony Saponara found their hard work rewarded when they traveled to State as a doubles pair. Mike Duran and Paul Elliot, who were District champ and runner-up, went to State as single players. As a team the boys went 11-4 and won the District title. After finishing second in District, Seniors Margie Tatro and Tia Sargent also went to State as a doubles pair. Gretchen Torres, an eighth grader, went as the girls' only singles player. The girls finished their season with an 11-6 record and finished second in District.

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Sports Awards Banquet

1 Bill Smooth and Sam Cool. 2. Carol Cady receives Most Valuable Player.

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(Humble Central Skole, Humble, Denmark) Soccer 2,3,4; Badminton 2,3, ALEXANDER, SCOTT Football 4; Basketball JV 3 ALLAN, DAVID — Geology Club 3

ANDERSON, SUSAN --- (Acadania

High School, Lafayette, LA 1,2) Student Council 3; OEA 3, Key Club 4 ANDREATCI, VALERIA DE FREITAS

— (Coleglo Municipal.) Volleyball 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Journalism 4 ANSLY, ROBERT — (Apollo High School, Glendale, AZ) Volleyball Club 3,4; Topper Review 4

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ARCHULETA, REBECCA Key Club 2,3, Secretary 3; Court 3, Youth and Government 3,4; Youth Advisory Board 2; Yearbook 4; Topper Revue 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. ARELLANO, KAREN - Fellowship of Christian Athietes 3; Spanish Club 4, All-State Chorus 3,4. ARMSTRONG, PHIL

Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4, Stage Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3; Youth and Government 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Swimming 4 BABER, DEBORAH - Soccer 3. Basketball 4, JV 2,3, Captain 3; Track 2; Art Club 3,4, President 4; Key Club 3,4, Sweetheart 3. Vice President 4; Student Council 4, Letterman's Club 4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4 BABOVICH, JENNIFER Topper Revue 2,3 AUGUSTON, ERIK

BAKER, DARYL — Building Trades

3 BAKER, DEBORAH — Olions 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Astronomy Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; Archeology Club 3,4; French Club, President 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Computer Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 BAKER, PAMELA — Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4; Volleyball Manager 2; Basketball Manager 2; Stage Band 3; Pajarito Singers 2; Concert Choir 3,4.

BARBER, DOUG — Football 4, JV

2; Ski Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 BARBER, JOEL — Football 4, JV 2,3; Ski Club 3,4; National Merit Commended Student BARNES, DAVID — Olions 3,4,2

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BARNES, ROBERT BEATTIE, CORA — All-State 2,3,4,

Chamber Singers 4, Jazz Ensemble II 2, I 3,4, Band 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4 BECKNELL, JONATHAN Soccer 4; Geology Club 3,4: Society of Distinguished High School Students 3

BEENE, MARK — Basketball C 2,

JV 3; Orchestra 2,3,4; All-State t,4; Chamber Singers 4 BENTON, CLARE — O.E.A. 4; Band 2,3,4; Flag Corps 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 BICHER, CAROL — Track 2; Drill Team 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

BIERLY, KIM —- (Suitland High School — Suitland, MD 2; Junipero Serro High School, San Diego, CA 3) Volleyball 3, JV 2; German Club 2; Ski Club 4 BLAKE, DEBORAH BLEWETT, SARAH - Soccer 2;

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BRAISER, DAVID

Tennis 2,3;

Key Club 3 BRINKLEY, PATRICK - Basketball

3,4, C 2; Honor Society 2,3,4, Youth and Government 3 BRONISZ, JOHN — Ollons 2; Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; All-State 3,4; Drum Major 4

BROWN, NICK — Tennis 3; Ski

Club 4 BROWN, PAUL — Band 2,3,4;

Stage Band 3,4, Topper Revue 3,4, Honor Society 3,4 BROWN, VINCENT - Tennis 3,4; Chess Club 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4; Chamber Orchestra 3,4

- Gymnastics 2; Drill Team 3; Ski Club 4 BUDGE, KENT — Astronomy Club 2,3,4, Vice President 2; Chess Club 4; Computer Club 4; Strategy Game Club 4; International Science Fair 2,3; Honor Society 2,3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 BUNCH, JOHN — Art Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4; Geology Club 3 BUBERNAK, JANA

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BUNKER, DAVID — Honor Society

4, Strategy Game Club 3,4; Computer Club 3; Jazz Band 2,3,4, Pegasus 2,3, Editor 4 BURICK, RAY — Football 3,4, JV 2, Track 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 BUSCH, ROBERT (Connack High School North. NY) Journalism 2. Editor 4, SFAC 2; Student Council 2, Public Relations Officer 4: Chorus 2: Olions 4

BUTLER, CRAIG Golf t ,2,3,4 Basketball 4, JV 3, C 2; Journalism 4, Lettermen's Club 4 CADY, CAROL — Track 2,3,4 Cross Country 4; Soccer 3, JV 2 Honor Society 2,3,4: Band 2,3,4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,4, State Math Finalist 3 CALDWELL, ROY --- German Club 2, Olions 3,4. Archeology Club 3,4; Astronomy Club 3,4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

- Band 2,3,4; All-State 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 CARNES, JOHN - Computer Club 4 CASH, LISA — (Golden High School, Golden CO) Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Track 2; Softball 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Youth and Government 3, Lettermen's Club 4; Topper Revue 4

CAMPBELL, KATHY

CHAMBERLIN, ALAN - -

Orchestra 2,3,4; Chamber Orchestra 4 CHANCE, BEVERLY - OEA 3,4 CHAVEZ, BARBARA

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CHAVEZ, GINA Journalism 3 CHAVEZ, MARK CHIDLEY, CAROLYN â&#x2013; .

(Mackenzie High School, Deep River, Ontario, Canada, Ecole Secondaire de Iraquois Falls, Ontaria, Canada) Basketball 2,3,4, Volleyball 2,3: Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 4, Track 2

CHRISTIANSON, TODD CHURCHMAN, JOE ... Geology

Club 3,4 CLAYTON, SARA ... Youth LAARC

t,2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4, Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2: Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4

CLICK, LYNN COLSTON, MIKE .. FOC 4; Olions

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4, Topper Revue 3,4 COOK, DAVE

COSIMI, MARK ... Golf 2,3,4;

Lettermen's Club 4; Key Club 2,3,4, President 4; Honor Society 2,3,4 COX, CATHY ... Cross Country 4; Track 4; Orchestra 2,3 COX, SALLY ... Ski Club 2; Key Club 2; Drill Team 4; Youth and Government 3; Topper Revue 4

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Ski Club 4: Youth and Government 2,3,4, President 4, Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Boys' State 4 CUBUKCU, OYA — (Camilca Kiz Lisesi, Istanbul, Turkey) Foreign Exchange 4 CREMER, DAVID

CUNNINGHAM, MEGAN -

Volleyball 3,4, JV 2, Basketball 4, JV 2,3, Student Council 4

CUTLER, WENDY — OEA 4 DAHL, KIM DALY, KEVIN

DEGRUYTER, KENT DEHAVEN, MIKE DELANOY, MELANIE

DEVAULT, RICHARD - Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 DEVRIES, KAREN — (McCook High School, McCook NE) FHA 2; Pep Club 2 DIENES, NANCY — Field Hockey 3,4; Band 2,3; Stage Band 2; Honor Society 2,3,4

74/Seniors


DINGUS, AARON National Merit Semi-Finalist 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 DONALDSON, SANDRA Ski Club 3, Youth LAARC 4; Youth and Government 4, Cheerleader 3.4, JV 2, Prom Court 3, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 DOTY, STEVE --- (Kimbol High School, Kimball, Ml) Key Club 3,4, Foreign Language Club 1,2, Olions 1.2.3.4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Chamber Orchestra 12,3,4.

DUDZIAK, KATHY

OEA 4 Ski Club

2,3 DUFFY, BRIDGET OEA 4 DUNN, EDDIE Soccer 3,4,

Wrestling 3; Student Council 3

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DUONG VAN, CYNTHIA Art Club 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 DURAN, CECILIA Tennis 1,2,3 4; Key Club 3,4; Youth and Government 3; OEA 4 EASH, SUSIE â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Art Club 3,4, Youth LAARC 3,4

EDDLEMAN, RICK EDWARDS, RANDY ELIZAN, AMELITA

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ELLIOT, TOM

Los Alamos Choir 3,4 ENGER, DAN --- Swimming 1,2,3,4: Honor Society 2,3,4

ELLIOT, DENISE

ETTINGER, STEVE — Hilltalkers 3,4;

Chess Club 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 EVANS, K.C. — Football 3,4, JV 2: 1st Team All-District 4, Baseball 3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Youth and Government 3, Lettermen's Club 4; Student Council 4; Senior Class Vice-President 4; Prom Court 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 FENSTERMACHER, CHRIS OEA 4

FERRIS, MIKE — Oiions 2,3,4; Band

2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Topper Revue 4 FILIP, MARIE — Orchestra 2; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Chamber Singers 3,4; Oiions 2,3,4, Topper Revue 3,4 FINCH, ERIC — Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4, Student Council, Treasurer 3, Honor Society 2,3,4

FINDLEY, MARTIN

Football 2,3,4

FINK, SUSAN FISHER, ROBIN --- Games Club,

Secretary-Treasurer 4; National Merit Finalist 4

76/Seniors


FORD, MATT FOREMAN, BILL FOSTER, MARY — Honor Society

2,3,4; Olions 2,3,4, Historian 3, President 4, Thespians 3,4, Topper Revue 2,3,4

FOWNER, ANDREW - Wrestling 4 FRITZ, PETER — Ski Club 4;

German Club 2,3; Basketball C 2; Cross Country 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; National Merit Semi Finalist 4; Who's Who Among American High Schoal Students 4 FUGELSO, DAVID - Chess Club 12,3,4; Soccer 3,4, JV 2

GALLEGOS, GINA Student Council 2,3,4, Secretary 2, VicePresident 3, Student Body Secretary 4; OEA 3,4, President 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Hilltalkers 4; Topper Revue 4 GARDNER, SAM GARSIDE, TRACI — Key Club 2,3;

Youth and Government 3; Topper Revue 4

GENRE, JEFFREY GEOFFRION, ANGELIQUE

Key Club 3,4; Soccer 3; Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Commended Student 3 GEORGE, DON — Football, JV 2,3; Rodeo Club 2

Seniors/77


GERWIN, MIKE - Ski Club 4 GIACALONE, JOE Baseball

2,3,4: Journalism 4; Football 4 GIBBS, MICHELLE - Gymnastics

2,3 4: Key Club 2,3,4

4

GIBNEY, PAT — Football JV 2 GLASCOCK, LAURA — Volleyball

JV 2, Ski Club 3: OEA 4 Hllltalkers 2,3,4: Flonor Society 2,3,4

GORE, JAMES

GRAHAM, PETER — Swimming 2,4 GRAHAM, SCOTT GREEN, JUSTIN Band 2,3,4,

Stage Band 2,3,4, Honor Society 2,3,4, Orchestra 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

GRIBBLE, LUKE — Football 4; Ski

Club 3 GRIEGO, JOHN — Who's Who

Among American High School Students 3 GRIER, JEAN — Ski Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3,4, Key Club 3: Olions 2,3: Candystriper 2

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Soccer 3,4, JV 2, Topper Revue 4 GUENETTE, EMILY — Volleyball JV 2,3,4, Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Senior Class Secretary 4; Prom Court 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3, OEA 3,4, VicePresident 3, Topper Revue 4 GURULE, MIKE — Wrestling 3

GUTSCHER, DAVID - Bond 2,3,4,

Stage Band 2,3,4 HADDEN, TRINA Key Club 3,4 HAGERMAN, BARRY - Soccer 4,

Ollons 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Band 2,3; Choir 3,4; Yearbook 4, Journalism 4

HAMILTON, LOUIS - Games Club 4; National Merit Finalist 4 HAMMER, MIKE — Football 3,4, JV 2; Wrestling 2,3,4 HAND, ROBERT — Youth LAARC 3,4

HANLON, MIKE

- Band 2,3,4;

Stage Band 3,4 - (St Michael's Santa Fe NM 2,3) OEA 4 HARELSON, PENNY - OEA 3 HANSON, JANICE

Seniors/79


HARGENRATER, MONA HARLOW, JAMES Geology

Club 3, Art Club 2 HARRIS, JEFF — Key Club 3,4:

German Club 2; Ollons 3,4; Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4, All-State Chorus 2,3,4: National Achievement Scholar 4: Topper Revue 2,3,4

HARRISON, EDDIE HAVENS, TAMMY OEA 3,4 HAWKINS, BARBARA

Yearbook 4, Ski Club 2,3,4: Hockey Club 3: Ollons 4, Topper Revue 4

- Cheerleader 3,4; OEA 4: Prom Court 3: Homecoming Court 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 HEBRON, ELLEN — Hiiltalkers 4 HENDERSON, ROGER Game Club 3,4: Band 2,3,4, All-State 2,3,, Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 4 HAYDEN, VICKI

HENSON,KENNETH HERRERA, CARLA HESCH, GREG — Wrestling 2:

Football 3, Trainer 4: Yearbook 4: Gymnastics Trainer 4

80/Seniors


HIGGINS, MICHAEL

Chess Club

3,4 - Soccer 3,4: Honor Society 2,3,4, Chess Club 4; Spanish Club 3, Band 2 OEA 4 HODSON, LORI HITEMAN, CAROLINE

A N HOHNER, ANDY — Baseball 4; Ski

Club 2,3,4 Baseball 4 Youth and Government 2,3,4, Band 2,3 HOLT, LAURA Olions 2,4, Thespians 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4; Concert Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4, All-State 3,4 HOLMES, DAVID

- Rodeo Club 2; Candystriper 2 HOULTON, BRENDA HOWARD, DAN IMABUCHI, ERIEKO

- (Japan) Foreign Exchange 3,4

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INMAN, JOHN — Student Council

3; Junior Class Treasurer; Boys' State 3 INMAN, TIMOTHY JACOBSON, SETH

- Track 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 4, Basketball 3

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Olions 2,3,4, Computer Club 4, Game Club 4 JUVELAND, OMAR Swimming 12,3,4; Lettermen's Club 4; Honor Society 2,3,4, Vice-President 4: Art Club 4, Vice-President 4, Student Council 4 KASMAN, LISA — Volleyball JV 3; Olions 4, Hilltalkers 3,4, Secretary 4, Candstriper 2 JOHNSON, JOHN

KATKO, MARVIN Football 2,3 KEATON, DAVID Strategy

Game Club 4 Olions 2,3; Topper Revue 2

KELLEY, KERRY

KELLEY, PAT — Wrestling 3; Chess

Club 2 KENT, CINDY —Drill Team 3 KETTERING, BRETT - Ski Club 3

KIMBROUGH, KATHRYN -

Soccer 3,4; Track 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 KIRBY, KATE — Ski Club 3; Key Club 1,2; OEA 4 KNAPP, GARY — Baseball 2; Golf 3,4, Key Club 3; Ski Club 3; Youth and Government 1,3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

82/Seniors


KNAPP, ROBERT Hilltalkers 2,3,4; Chess Club 3,4 KOSSAR, ANDY - Football Manager 3; Choir 3, Chamber Singers 4, Olions 4, Buiiding Trades 4 , Topper Revue 4 KOSTACOPOULOS, THEA

Olions 2; Choir 2,3, Chamber Singers 3,4; All-State Choir 2,3,4, Topper Revue 3,4

KOSTY, CHIP

Soccer 3,4

Yearbook 4 KRAMER, JOHN - Band 2,3,4, Stage Band 2,3,4; All-State Band 1,2,3,4 KRUSE, KAREN — Hanor Society 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 3,4, Basketball 3,4, JV 2; Olions 2,3,4, Topper Revue 4; Youth LAARC 4, Youth and Gavernment 4, Orchestra 2,3,4; Girls' State 3; Distinguished Fligh School Student 3

KRUSE, MIKE KURTENBACH, JULIE KUTAC, VINCENT

KWOK, CHOI MEI — Foreign

Exchange 4 KYLE, LYNNE - - Foreign Exchange Student 4; Spanish Club 4 LAUER, JOE — Soccer 4, Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4

) 83/Seniors


LAVY, KELLY -- Law Enforcement

3: Chorus 4 LEE, ILEANA - - Gynostics 3,4; JV

Cheerleader 2; Ski Club 2, Key Club 2,3, Court 3, Ollons 3; Yearbook 4 LEWIS, BEATA — Ski Club 3,4; Student Council 4, Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4, Youth and Government 4; Ollons 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 2,3,4,, Choir 3; Chamber Singers 4

Geology Club 4, President 4 LIEPINS, ELSA — Ollons 3; Ski Club 4, Pegasus 3,4, Who's Who Among American High School Stu­ dents 3 LILLBERG, ERIC — Topper Revue 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 LIEBENBERG, KARL

LILLEY, MICHAEL

Youth LAARC 3,4; Ski Club 4; Youth and Government 4; Band 2; Pajarito Singers 3, Choir 4 LINOBERG, LISA Olions 3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Choir 2,3,4, Yearbook 4, photographer; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; French Club 4, LINDAHL, ROBIN

LITTLEJOHN, LISA

- OEA 3; Key Club 3

LOCKYER, TIA LONG, MARY — Swimming

1,2,3,4, Captain 4, Youth LAARC 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Governor's Exchange Program 3

84/Seniors


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LOPEZ, URBAN LUCERO, LAURA — (Park Hills High

School, Fairborn, OH) Volleyball 2.3.4, JV 1; Softball 12,3,4, Spanish Club 4, Key Club, Lettermen's Club 4: Topper Revue 4 LUNDY, BILL — Ski Club 4, Olions 2.3.4, Thespians 2,3,4, Topper Revue 2,3,4

LUSTER, JEFF — Band 2,3,4,

Stage Band 2,3,4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 LYNCH, TERESA Pajarito Singers 4, National Merit SemiFinalist 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 MACE, LAUREL - FOC 3, Newspaper 3, Editor 4; Choir 2,3

MADER, CHARLES Student Council 2,3,4, Student Body Vice President 3, Honor Society 2,3,4: Boys' State 3, National Merit SemiFinalist 4 MAES, CHARLIE — Football 4; Wrestling 2,3 MAGNUSON, ANNA - Honor Society 3,4: Orchestra 2,3,4, AllState 2,3,4: Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4: Topper Revue 4

MAHONEY, KRISTEN - Olions 2, Spanish Club 4: Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 MALENFANT, NICKI - Volleyball JV 3: Candy Striper 2: Youth and Government 4: Youth LAARC 4: Key Club 4: Topper Revue 4, Art Club 4, Honor Society 3,4 MALTRUD, MATT - Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4: Chamber Singers 3,4: All-State 2,3,4: Jazz Band 2,3,4

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MANGUM,JOHN MARINUZZI, JOHN Football 4.

Basketball 4; Topper Revue 4; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 4 MARSH, MICHAEL ••• Ollons 3.4; Youth and Government 4; Track 4: Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,4; Chamber Singers 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4

MARTELL, MICHELE - Band 1.2;

Flllltalkers 2,3; Student Council 13,4; Class President 3,4; Girls' State 3; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 3; Topper Revue Emcee 4; Flomecoming Court 4; Youth and Government 4 MARTINEZ, RAYMOND MARTINEZ, RITA Cheerleader

JV 2, Varsity 4; Softball 2; Youth and Government 3; Yearbook Editor 4; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 4

MARTS, GERALD - Wrestling 1,2,3; Student Council 3; Ollons 4 MAXWELL, SHERRILL MCCABE, JAMES ••• Soccer 2,3;

Ollons 2,3; Mime Troupe 2; Yearbook 4; Choir 3,4; Topper Revue 4; National Merit SemiFinalist; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 4

soccer 2,3,4 McCLARY, MICHELLE Honor Society 2,3,4; Journalism 4; Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 4; Orchestra 4, All-State 4 McC a r t h y ,

danny

McCLEMENTS, JOHN

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M c C l o u d , d in a M c C o n n e ll , d a v id

oiions 2,3,4, New Mexico Thespian Tour, NYC 2,3: Mime Troupe 2, Topper Revue 2,3 McCORMICK, DON

McCURDY, DON McGEHEE, LESTER ••• Band 3,4 McKIBBIN, KAREN ... Track 2,

Honor Society 2,3,4, Cheerleader 4; Ski Club 3: Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

M c n a ir y , heather MERSON, JOHN ... Cross-country

2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 MEYER, ROSS

MEZINS, JOANNE ... Band 2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 2,3; Oiions 4 MILLER, SCOTT MILLIGAN, DAN ... Football JV 2

Seniors/87


MOLLEUR, J. D. - Wrestling 2,3,4 MONTAGUE, JULIA ... Key Club 4 MORALES, DENISE .. Hockey 4,

JV 3; Key Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Student Council 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students

MORGAN, ELIZABETH .. Spanish

Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 MORGAN, MERIK ... Olions 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Ski Club 2 MORRIS, KIM ... Key Club 4, Court 4; OEA 4

I MORRIS, STEVE .. Band 2,3,4;

Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 MORTON, GARY ... Football 4 JV 2; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 MUDD, LAURA ... Band 2,3

MURPHY, BEN ... Baseball t,2. Football 2 JV 3,4; Basketball C 2 JV 3 NAFFZIGER, PETER ... YAB 4; Band 2,3,4 NAGORNIAK, JACQUELINE ..

(Dames de Marie High School, Brussels, Belgium) Drama Club 3,4

88/Seniors


NEEPER, INDRA ••• Olions 2,3,4,

Treasurer 4, Honor Society 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Chamber Singers 3,4 NELSON, MATT NEWELL, MATT ■■■ Bond 2,3

NICHOLS, DEBBIE NICKOLS, MICHELE ■■■ Key Club

3,4, Treasurer 4, Court 4; Ski Club 2,3, Youth and Government 3, Yearbook 4, Topper Revue 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 NUNZ, MARTA - Olions 4, Topper Revue 3,4

O'BRIEN, MATT OLCOTT, DEBBIE - (Oswego High

School, Oswego, NY '1,2,3) Hospital Volunteer '1,2,3; Choir 1,2 OLIVAS, SHELIA ... Basketball JV 3; Field Hockey 4, Golf 4; Ski Club 3,4

OLSEN, CHRISTOPHER ORTON, ERIC ... Youth and

Government 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Football JV 3, Student Council 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 OSBORN, ROGER

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OSCHWALD, JIM OTT, MARTY PAAS, LAURA — Gymnastics

1,2,3, Manager 4, Art Club 4

PALANEK, JEANETTE ... Track 4,

Ski Club 2,3; Youth and Government 3,4; Candy Striper 2, Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Yearbook 4; Topper Revue 4 PARKER, REBECCA ... Choir 2,3,4 Youth LAARC PARRISH, NED ... Soccer 3,4, JV 2, Geology Club 3,4; Key Club 4; Fellowship of Christians 4; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 4; Journalism 4; Pegasus 4; Topper Revue 4

PATTON, BECKY ... Track 3; Choir

3,4 PAYNE, LORI ... OEA 3; Key Club

4, Court 4; Fellowship of Christians 3,4; Art Club 4; Choir 4 PEASLEE, JIM ... Track 3,4; Cross­ country 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Ski Club 2; Youth and Government 3, Spanish Club 4; Basketball JV 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Topper Revue 4

PEDERSON, CHRIS .. Football JV

2,3; Geology Club 4; Topper Revue PEQUETTE, RON ... Basketball 3,4, JV 2, Baseball 3; Lettermen's Club 4 PERKINS, ANN ... Soccer t,3. Student Council 4; Class Treasurer 4; Youth and Government 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Flonor Society 2,3,4; Olions 2,3; Topper Revue 4; Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students

90/Seniors


PETERSON, CARL PETERSON, JOHN PHILLIPS, JOLENE - Volleyball JV

3; Softball 4, Manager 3, OEA 4, Topper Revue 4, Band 2,3

PIERCE, CANDI - Band t,2,3: Pep Club 12,3; Track 2,3; Spanish Club 2; Hilltalkers 4, OEA 4; FFA Regional and Chapter Parliamentarian 3 PIOTROSKI, SARAH ••• Drill Team 4 POE, LORI - Softball 2, Gymnastics Manager 2; Student Council 2; OEA 2,3; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4; Key Club 2; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4, DAR Good Citizen 4; TriAcademy Leadership Award Nominee 3; Cheerleader 3,4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

POELAKKER, PAM - Basketball 4, JV 3; Youth and Government 4, Journalism 4 POLZER, JOHN - Basketball JV 2,3; Choir 2, Chamber Singers 3,4; Hilltalkers 4, Band 2,3; Jazz Ensemble 2; National Honor Society 4 POQUETTE, SCOTT Basketball 3,4, JV 2, Youth and Government 4

PRECHTER, WOLFGANG ••• Olions 4; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 4; Foreign Exchange 4 PRICE, MILES - Basketball C2; Youth and Government 4 PYBURN, TOM

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QUARTIERI, DANNY ... Rodeo 2,3,

Football JV 2 RAMSEY, RYAN ... Wrestling 2,3,4;

Football 3,4; Lettermen's Club 4; Track 4; Topper Revue 4 RAND, JOE

RATLIFF, GILBERT .. Tennis t,2,3,4;

Basketball 3,4, C 2; Soccer 4, Ski Club 2,3; Youth and Government 2,3; Student Council 4; Prom Court 3 REISFELD, BRAD ... Band 2,3,4, Flonor Society 2,3,4, Who's Who Among American Fligh School Students 3; National Merit SemiFinalist RICH, HUGH ... Track 2,3

RICHTER, DON ... Olions 4; Topper

Revue 4 RICKENBAUGH, DON ... Choir 3,4

Youth LAARC 3,4; Olions 2,3,4 RIDLON, ALLEN

RIEBE, BRUCE RIECHMAN, JANE ... Ski Club 3,

Youth LAARC 3,4; Key Club 3,4, Olions 2,4, Pajarito Singers 2; Choir 3,4; Topper Revue 4 RINK, ANN ... Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 3,4, All-State 3,4; Pajarito Singers 2; Concert Choir 3,4, Olions 2,3,4, Flonor Society 2,3,4.

92/Seniors


ROACH, SARA ROBINSON, KATHY ••• Olions 2,3:

Geology Club Secretary 3, VicePresident 4 ROCHESTER, RICK ••• Student Council 3,4, Student Body President 4: Boys' State 3: Spanish Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3, Youth and 3, Spanish Club 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Youth and Government 4; Honor Society 2,3,4

ROCKWOOD, JULIA Honor Society 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 RODENZ, SONJA ROGERS, LAURA

ROGERS, TRACY ROHANE, TIM ROMERO, DEE DEE - Majorette 2,

Feature Twirler 2,4; Topper Revue

ROMERO, RITA ROSS, LYNETTE ... Candystriper

2; Track 2,3,4; Cross-country 4; Topper Revue 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4 ROUILLARD, FELICIA ... Olions 2, Student Council 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

Seniors/ 93


ROWEN, BRUCE RUPPRECHT, KATHY RUSSELL, LAURIE Volleyball

2,3,4, All-District 3,4; Softball 3, Basketball 2; Lettermen's Club 4, Vice-President; Student Council 4; Homecoming Court 4, Prom Court 3; OEA 3,4

RYAN, LIZ Gymnastics 2,3 RYAN, SHAUGN ••• Choir 2 SANDERS, WILLIAM ■■■ Baseball

t ,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4, JV 2; Honor Society t,2,3,4, Letterman's Club 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2, Business Week 79, 4

SAPONARA, ANTHONY -• Tennis

t,2,3,4. Youth and Government 2,3; Yearbook 4; Lettermen's Club 4 SARGENT, TIA ... Tennis 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 4; Key Club 4; Honor Society 2,3,4 SCHAMAUN, COENE .. FOC 3, Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Society of Distinguished High School Students 3,4

SCHEER, KATHRYN .. Track 2,

Olions 3 SCHERMER, CAROL ... Gymnastics

JV 1, Student Council 2,3,4, Olions 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4, Who Who Among American High School Students 4, Topper Revue 3,4 SCHOTT, TOM ... Track 2,3; Cross­ country 2,3,4; Hilltalkers 4

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SCHRANDT, JOHN ... Track 2,3,4 Cross-country t ,2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3, All-State 2,3 SCHREIBER, STEPHEN .. Pegasus 4 SCHUTZ, KAREN ... Softball 2,3,4; Cheerleader JV 2, Topper Revue 4

SCOTT, KATHY .. Key Club 2 SEEGER, CAROL ... Astronomy

Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, French Club 4, Vice-President 4, Computer Club 4: Pajarito Singers 2; Choir 3,4 SEITZ, NANCY ... Field Hockey 3; Youth LAARC 3, Band 2; Choir 3,4

SHALEK, MEG ... Youth LAARC

12.3.4, President 3,4; Candystriper 2,3, Vice-President 3; Key Club; Art Club 4, Band 2,3,4, Topper Revue 4, National Honor Society t ,2,3,4; Governor's High School Exchange 3; Society of Distinguished High School Students SHELDON, JUDITH .. Soccer 3,4 SHELTON, GARY ... Baseball 12.3.4, Football 4, JV 2; Lettermen's Club 4

SILVERNAIL, NANETTE .. (Santana High School, Santana, CA 12,3) Band 12,3; Youth Advisory Board 4; Olions 4; Yearbook 4 SIMMONDS, MELANIE .. Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4, All-State 2,3; Band 2,3; Olions 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4 SIMS, GEORGE ... Basketball 2,3,4, High School All-American Candidate 2; Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 2,3; Science Club 2,3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4

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Jazz Band 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4: Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3; Orchestra 4, All-State 2,3 SIREN, TUULA - (Seinaijoen, Lukio-Seinayoki, Finland 2,3) Olions 4

SIVERLY, SHERRI SMALE, ELIZABETH ••• Soccer 2,3,4 SNOW, SHARI - Drill Team 4

SPENCER, DEBBIE SPINGLER, SUZIE Volleyball

2,3,4; Sottball 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4 SPRINGER, MARIE - Youth LAARC 3; Ski Club 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 4, Gymnastics JV 2; Honor Society 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4

STEYERT, DAVID - Honor Society

2,3,4; Hilltalkers 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Orchestra 2,3,4 STOLL, PAUL - Band 2,3,4; Drum Major 4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3,4 STONE, BRENDA

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STOUT, MARK - Olions 4; Ski Club 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3 STRAIN, TONY ... (Jemez Valley High School 1, 2) Football 3; Basketball '1,2,3 STUNKEL, RANDY .. Student Council 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

SULLIVAN, JOHN ... Basketball 2,3;

Faotball 2,3,4; Wrestling 4; Honor Sooiety 2,3,4; Ski Club 2; German Club 3, President; Track 2; Lettermen's Club 4 SULLIVAN, PATTY ... Olions 2, Journalism 3; Yearbook 4; OEA 3,4, Historian; Topper Revue SWENSON, PHYLLIS .. Olions 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Hilltakers 2; Ski Club 2,3,4

TALBERT, CYNTHIA ..

Candystriper 2,3,4; Seoretary 3,4; Olions 2,3; Orohestra 4 TALLEY, DAVID ... Football 3; Top­

per Revue 4 TATRO, MARGIE ... Honor Society

2,3,4; Lettermen's Olub 4; Volley­ ball 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3; Chamber Singers 4

TAYLOR, CRAIG TAYLOR, KATHRYN .. Topper

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TECH, CINDY ••• Olions 4 THALMAN, BILL ••• Honor Society

2,3,4: Band 2,3,4, Stage Band 2,3,4 THOMAS, AUDREY •• OEA 4; Band 2,3,4, All-State Choir 4; Flag Corps 3

THOMAS, JAMES THORN, ARLEEN .. Art Club 2,

Olions 2: OEA 3,4, Vice-President 4, Region III Secretary-Treasurer 4 THURSTON, DAVID ... Cross­ country 3,4

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All-State 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 4 TINKLE, ALETA ... Youth LAARC 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Candystriper 2; Honor High Schooi Students 4; Topper Revue 4 TISINGER, ERIC ... Soccer 2,3,4, Wrestiing 2,3; Honor Society 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3

TOBEY, KAREN ... OEA 4; Society

of Distinguished High School Students 4 TOLMIE, DEBBIE ... Candystriper 2,3; Journalism 4; OEA 4; Choir 4 TORREY, KELLY ... Olions 2; Ski Club 2; Key Club 3,4; OEA 3, Secretary; National Merit Honor Student 3; Topper Review 4

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TRELA, MARTHA ••• Band 12,3; Orchestra 12; Basketball 3,4, JV2, Captain 2; Track 2,3,4, Captain 4, Manor Society 2,3,4, Youth LAARC 4, Lettermen's Club 4; OEA 4; Youth and Government 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3

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VAUGHAN, LARRY VIGIL, JOSEPH ... Basketball 4, JV

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VIKDAL, JEFF â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Football 4; Track

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Who's Who Among American High School Students 4 WALDSCHMIDT, PAUL

Soccer 3, OEA 4; Key Club 3,4 WALLACE, SHERYL ... Soccer 3; Ski Club 2; OEA 4; Key Club 3,4 WALTERSCHEID, JEFF ... Football 3,4 JV 2; Track 4 WALLACE, JANICE

WARD, DAVID ... Orchestra 2,3,4,

All-State 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 2,3,4, All-State 2,3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,4; National Merit SemiFinalist 4 WARREN, RUSSELL ... Geology Club 3,4 WATSON, CLAYTON .. Band 3 Orchestra 2,3,4, All-State 2,3,4 Choir 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 4, Chess Team 2,3,4, President 3,4

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WELCH, KATHY Swimming 14; Candystriper 2; Youth and Government 4, Student Council 3,4; Youth LAARC 2,3,4 WEWERKA, DIANE Ski Club 2; OEA 4 WHALEN, MIKE ... Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4, President 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4, President 4, Topper Revue 4; Student Council 4

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WILSON, BYRON ... Soccer 2,3,4; Ski Club 3,4; Youth and Government 3,4, Secretary 4; Honor Society 2,3,4 WILSON, SANDY .. Olions 3,4, Thespians 4; Ski Club 3; Art Club 4; OEA 4; Soccer Manager 4 WILSON, SCOTT ... Ski Club 3; Computer Club 4; Strategy Game Club 4; Geology Club 3; Astronomy Club 4

WINKLER, JENNIFER .. Ollons 2,3;

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Honors Convocation 1 John receives one of many awards. 2. Mr. Black presents David Bunker with an award. 3. Rick receives Congressional Medal of Merit.

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Homecoming was the weekend of October 20th. The weekend's activities began Friday night with a soccer game. Los Aiamos was defeated t-0 by Academy. Saturday the Los Aiamos footbail team defeated Espanoia 80-0. Lori Poe was crowned Homecoming Queen at the footbaii game.

Homecoming 1979

1 The Homecoming Court (L-R): Vicki Hayden; Ron Pequette; Michelle Martell Jim Peoslee; Debbie Bober; Rick Brinkly Lori Poe, Homecoming Queen 1979 Omar Juveland; Gilbert Ratliff; Laurie Russell; Matt Price; Lori Wilson; Craig Butler; Denise Morales. 2. A gambler on the Olion's Float, 3. The LAHS Marching Band, 4. The student council float. 5. A quarterback's moment of truth.

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1 Charlie before his operation. 2. Charlie immediately after the operation. 3. Charlie (Brian Gilbert), Burt (David McConnell) and Professor Nemur (Barry Hagerman) at a medical convention.

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1 Burt and Charlie take a Rorshach test. 2, Charlie as an intelligent young man. 3. Charlie writing a â&#x20AC;&#x153; progris" report.

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4. Joe and Gina (Robert Sutherland and Nana Lee) at Joe's party. 5. Charlie confronts his friend and teacher Alice (Michele Sharp). 6. Charlie studies to save his life.

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Topper Revue Topper Revue was presented January 31 and February 1 and 2 to enthusiastic crowds. A variety of acts were nicely interwoven with some very funny skits presented by emcees Mike Marsh, Brian Giibert, Michelie Martell and Michele Sharp.

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1 The senior boys boogie to American Bandstand, 2. The Cone Heads in the Senior Girls' Dance. 3. "The devil went down to Georgia; he was looking for a soul to steal 4. Greg Geoffrion skating to the music of "Van Halen" 5. Cora Beatie and Merik Morgan on their unicycles. 6. "No, no, a thousand times NOT' 7. Tony Berry and Steve Laughran show off their acrobatic skill. 8. "Saturday in the Park" with the Mime Troop. 9. Emcees Mike Marsh and Brian Gilbert. to. The Majorettes perform to "Give It One!"

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Donkey Basketball For the second year in a row, members of all three classes and the faculty participated in a hilarious night of Donkey Basketball, The juniors beat the sophomores in the first game of the night, only to lose the second game to the seniors. The highlight of the evening came with the seniors defeating the faculty.

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Olions Try R epertory For the first time, the Olions presented tw o plays In the spring. The plays were Nell Simon's The Odd Couple, about tw o divorced men who share an Apartment, and Paul Zlndel's The Effect of Gammc Rays On Man-in-the Moon Marigolds, a play about a widowed mother and her tw o daughters.

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1 Your driving me crazy with all your cleaning. 2 Don't worry, all Felix can do in the bathroom is wash his hands to death. 3 My wife just kicked me out of the house. 4 Go ahead and throw it, Felix. 6 Oh my arm, I hurt me arm. 7 These are the Pigeon sisters, Gwendolyn and Cecily. 8 So, how are you girls? 9 Fie took a whole bottle of pillsl

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1 I wonder if she'd notice if I poured this water on her? 2 Please let me go to school today. Mama. 3 The Effect of Gamma Rays ... 4 She's grawing radio active flowers? 5 Nanny attemps to walk to the table for some hotsie and honey, 6 I'm ready for the science fair. 7 Ruth asks for a cigarette, 8 Beatrice feels her life is one big zero.

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1 Kendis strikes a pose. 2. Majorettes: Kendis Key, Sher Colston, and Renida Sharp. (Not pictured: Head Majorette DeeDee Romero.) 3. Sher tiashes a smile. 4. Renida struts to the sound of the jazz band.

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'I Varsity Cheerleaders (L-R): Lori Poe, Vicki Hayden, Karen McKibbin, Rita Martinez, Sande Donaldson, Mary Beth Siemon. 2 The varsity cheerleaders at a soccer game. 3 The cheerleaders show spirit during half time, 4 JV Cheerleaders (L-R): backrow Cara Wilson, Tauni Roe, Gail Bremer, front row Lydia Springer, Jennie Bivens, Sandra Doehling.

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2. Game Club (L to R): Row One-Karen Krison, Keith Sherwood, Brian Bunker, Tom Cole, Brian Muilaney, Bobby VanMarter. Row TwoMr. Place, Carl Cady, Bob Foreman, David Bunker, David Keaton, John Pack. 3. "Can you explain that one more time?"

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Special Education 1. Special Education (L to R): Leslie Rogan, Norma Fulgenzi, Ricky Chiles, Liz McMillan, Lynn Click, Tina Shalek, Jimmy Archuleta, Robin Ainsworth, Doug Bouchard, Mrs. Burns, 2. Concentration. 3. There's no end to this pile! 4. Ricky counts his savings. 5. Jimmy leans over for a closer look. 6. Olions pose the ultimate question. 7. Who won the West? 8. Anticipation!

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Kristen Anderson Chris Anderson Sara Anderson Sharolyn Anderson Peter Apel Paul Arellano

Jeff Armstrong Laurel Auchampaugh John Bartholomew Tony Beery Tom Benham Paul Bennett

Debra Bequette Nancy Best Phil Bettinger Zlv Beyth Jennifer Black Barbara Blewett

Jake Bohl Brian Booth Kristin Bradbury

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Leeann Brasier David Bremer John Breshears

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Tim Brinkley Cathy Britt John Brode Eric Brown Tim Brown Terri Bryan

Raohel Bryant Arlene Buchholz Brian Bunker

Ain't life grand!

Arthur Burkhart Doug Burns Doreen Busch

J. J. Bustamonte Jackie Byers Jobie Cabbell Lisa Call Bob Candler Charles Cantrell

Bill Cantrell Tim Carlson Paul Carman Pat Carpenter Shirley Carr Jeff Casedy

Dan Cash Terry Cde Baca Randy Chance Theresa Chavez Steph Chavez Brenda Chellus

Susan Chidley Naomi Chowdhuri Matt Christensen Brent Christman Kathy Clark Robert Cochran

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Robin Cunningham Bruce Damitz Melanie Davis Janet Dennis John Dicello Kirk Doss

Jill Drake Andy DuBois Cathy Dugan Ezra Duong-van John Dye Mitch Dye

Jim Eicher Kris Ekdall Jimmy Elliot Walter Emanuel Leonard Engelhardt Steve Erpenbeck

Karen Eutsler Randy Evans Liz Farr Lisa Farrell Megan Farrell Roger Felthauser

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Brian Gilbert John Gill Janet Gillespie Kenny Gillespie Donald Glascock Alan Godwin

Cliff Gonzales Juan Gonzales Teri Granere Matt Graves Todd Greenfield Steve Grieggs

Susanna Gross Lawrence Gutierrez June Guy

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Tim Hammock Carrie Hanlon Kevin Hansel Caro Hargenrater Donna Hayden Monte Henderson

Stephanie Henry Blaine Higgins Matt Hohner Kari Holder Craig Hollabaugh Bill Holt

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Lori Homuth Brian Honnell Joyce Honsinger

Barbara Hopkins John Horne Steve House

Dianne Howard Chelle Howl Debbie Hudgeons Leslie Hudgins Bruce Hunter Tim Hutchinson

Randall Hyer David Inman Jeff Jackson Holly Jacobson Georgia Jaramillo Kathy Jaramillo

Renee Jennings Julie Jensen Steve Jett Bill Johns Katrina Johnson Ken Johnson \

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Kerry Johnson Leslie Jones Rinee Jose Craig Kelley Michael Kelly Jennie Kent

Stacey Kidman Joyce Kiemie Veneta Kieren Kelly Kimbrouah Chessy Kircher Karen Kirson

Chuck Kise RayeAnn Klebesadel Cege Koch Dave Koetter Liz Kozubai Barb Kriz

DeAnna Kruse Deborah Landt Janie LaBerge Mark Luna Sherrie Ledbetter Kelly Lawrence

Mike Lippiatt Ted Lobb Jolene Looney Brad Lohrding Julie Luccero Lawrence Lavy

Steve Loughran Michael Luna Nancy Lewis

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Martha Lauer Bobby Lea Eddie Lynch

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Wendy Lamkin Suzy Lee Fidel Lopez Ken London llze Liepins Braxton Lathrop

Lori Ladobour Shown Mahoney Art Mann Ann Mathews Kim Marshall Leonard Martinez

Mike McCormick Scott McDonald Jim McDow Theresa McGrath Bob McMullen Lyn Menlove

John Messimer Chris Metropolis Lori Meyer Kevin Mitchell Mike Mitchell Michael Moore

Chris Morris Kelly Morris Todd Morrison

Kenyon Morrow Laura Mosley Robin Mydock

Chris Naranjo Daryl Neerguard Bruce Nelson Lola Neudecker Maureen Newell Clay Newton

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Julie Nichols Karl Nielsen Dean Norris Don Nuggett Jeff O'Dell Mark Olcott

Renee O'Shea Oarol Osfenga

We're number one!

Suzanne Ortega Robbie Owens

Danny Pacheco Tim Pacheco John Pack Lorri Parker Jeff Parkinson Nancy Partridge

Taylor Pauls Shelly Pederson Tim Pollat Deanna Powley Lindsay Price Ken Quintana

Lisa Raies Blaine Randolph Bill Reitmann Patty Richardson Jim Rickman Peggy Rochester

David Rodriguez Jeannette Romero Paul Rosenthal Richard Ross Robbie Roybal Sheri Ruiz

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Joanna Runnel Ted Rush Scott Sahling

Liz Salazar Rick Salgado Valerie Sanchez

brian Sandford Robert Sandmeyer Biil Sandoval Amy Saxman Dwanye Scarberry Mike Schachterle

Chris Schneider Curt Schneider Nancy Schott Kevin Schreiber Jeff Schuster Cindy Seay

Chris Serna Victor Serrano Renida Sharp Andrew Shaw Kathy Shera Keith Sherwood

Gary Shipley MaryBeth Siemon Carla Silva Brian Smith Jenene Smith Julie Smith

Mark Snavely Red Snider Keith Stephens Ken Stephens David Stewart Kris Stokes

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Jeff Sform Carrie Sfrong Jennifer Sfunkel Roberf Sutherland David Suffon Marge Swain

Sandra Tafro Theresa Taylor Carol Tech Larry Telller Randy Thayer Anne Thayer

Leah TIetjen Tim Todd Joey Torres Edwin Tucker Tony Tucker Sandy Trujillo

Russell Trout Linda Uher Carol Usner

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Craig Vanderborgh Leslie Vandergusf Bob Velasco

Alan Vigil Danny Vigil Dennis Vigil Laurie Volkin Barbara Wadsfrom Glenn Wheat

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Morget Patterson Butty Roberts Sue Smith Kevin Snider

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Poily Archuieto Lenore Appert Lee Areliono Yvette Atkinson

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Andy Buzbee Louro Bobovich Steve Boco Stelio Bolestrini

Chris Boiibrero Eric Borbeo Louro Borrett Lynne Borthei

Jennifer Bortiit Joke Bortos Amy Boughmon Brion Bortrom Chris Beck Crystol Beery

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Jennie Bivins Don Bjarke Chris Blies Les Bollman Mike Bov/ersox Chris Bradley

Lisa Brainei J Sara Brandenberger Gail Bremer Chris Brown Marci Brown Chris Brown

Cyndee Brunton Jeff Bryanf David Bubernak Susan Budge Carl Burick Jeff Butters

Carl Cady Susan Caldwell Roger Camillo Shawn Canada Kyla Candler Liz Cantrell

Steve Capelli Ken Carlson Quincee Carlson

Thoughts!

Pam Carpenter Tim Cash Molly Cernicek

Phil Chamberlin George Chandler Andrea Charmatz Margret Chavez David Chidley Bill Clouser

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Susann Cokal Roxanne Collins Lorri Cook Paul Cook Leslie Cornwell Jeff Cotter

Joe Cowan Kenny Crab Max Cutler John Daly Steve Daniels Ben Davis

Bill Davis Loren Davis Christy DeMill Anne DesGeorges Paui Dicello Paul Dienes

Pam Dietert Joann DiMarco Sandra Doehling Susan Dewier Mary Downer Lori Dresback

Barbie Dudgeon Alan Dudziak

Martha Dummer Hans Dumrose

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Gordon Duncan Tammy Dunn Mike Duran Tim Duran Darla Dutcher Robert Ettinger

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Jeff Eagan Doug Ehler Carolyn Ellis Enrioo Elizan Jon Engel George Erickson

Holly Fairchild Sam Fernold Debbie Feuerherd Nita Findley Karl Fisher Kurt Fisher

Nancy Flak Bob Forman Kathy Foster Sheryl Fradkin Clint France Bernadette Fraser

Edward Freer David Fritz Scott Fryburger Michelle Furgeson Lisa Gallegos Anna Garcia

Susan Gardner Charles Gaw Toni Giacalone Teh Gibson Dan Gill Bobby Gillis

Steve Giorgi Donna Girard Kim Glover Stacy Grail Nils Gram Stacy Green

Don Griego Louis Gritzo Mark Gromek Robert Goosney

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Ann Marie Gernnan Theresa Guyker Kim Hafer David Hagan Ty Hahn David Haines

Ron Hall Tania Hall Beth Halloran Sue Hamilton Anita Hammer Carol Hardwick

Donald Harelson Wanda Harper Ken Harrison Tim Harrison Bill Hathaway Leslie Hayes

John Hensley Terresa Herbst Charles Hill Greg Holland Rick Honsinger Laura Houlton

Karen House DeeDee Hudgins

Test next period?

Richie Huebner Brenda Hughes

Billy Hubert Jan Hutson Andy Hwang Bret Jackson Karen Jackson Chris Jalbert

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Ross Jameson Deanna Jaramillo Jeff Johnson Melissa Jones Lori Ann Juveland Terry Kain

Max Katko Chris Keddy Richard Keel Jesse Kenyon Todd Kercher Kendis Key

Richard Keyser Sue Kliczer Edna King

Captain America?

Linda Kirby Lisa Kirk James Klebesadel

Don Knecht Steve Knecht Cege Koch Colion Koonce Kathy Kukrtenbach Lawrence Kwei

Tom Lamkin David Lattin Veil Lattin Lisa Lavine Beth Leavitt Lisa Leif

Annette Lewis Josh Lewis Peter Lindholm Nancy Little Shelia Long Tracy Longfleld

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Alfred Lorber Juanita Lopez Soren Loree Amy Lucero Lisa Lujan Venita Lujan

Sheiiey Lyons Jon Machen Liz MacMiiien Micheiie Madiand Rae Mangum Lee Manthei

Mike Margiotta Sharon Marinuzzi Wiil Marsh Kari Marteii Kim Martin Eric Martinez

David Mayfield Robin McCianahan Jon McCleiian Close up on Mary.

Juiie McFarland Sandy Mclnroy Steve Mechels

John Meissner Carol Menzel Jan Meyers Greg Miller Tim Miliigan Tony Miranda

John Mitcheil Mike Mitcheli Scott Moileur Fred Montoya Tim Moore Victor Morales

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Sandra Morgan Scott Morgan Allen Morris Ann Morrison Brian Mullaney Bart Murphy

Celia Mutschlecner Richard Myers Give me a kiss.

Michelle Naranjo Rose Nazzaro

David Newcom Matt Nofflett Albert Olivas Mitch Oliver Rick Olsen Marion O'Mara

Sha\A/n Ortega Kevin Orton Jim Osborn Bill Oshwald Mark Ott Robert Paas

Jim Pacheco Nathan Pack Valerie Parkin Jenny Pate Brett Paterson Traci Pederson

Elaine Perkins Roger Peterson Tes Phillips Toby Piotrov/ski Curt Powell Pam Puckett

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Karen Ralph Jeff Reasner Jeff Reeves

What's up, Eric?

Rebecca Richerson Kelly Richmond Aaron Rickenbaugh

Dana Rink Denise Rivera Brad Roach Denise Roberfs Bretf Robinson Pauia Robinson

Marcia Rodenz Tauni Roe Michele Roehling Andy Rohane Vicki Romero Mike Roof

Lynne Russell Byron Rufledge Jake Rutten Chris Salopek Roy Sanchez Jeff Sanders

Todd Sanders David Sandoval Stacey Sargent Anita Sarwinski Catherine Scarberry Jack Schell

Iona Schutt Wesla Schwalm Jerry Seeger Marcella Seitz John Shafer Sara Shalek

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Tina Shalek Gail Sherman Allen Sherwood Todd Shipman Brenda Shuck David Simmons

Paula Sims Laura Skinner Debbie Smith Kevin Smith Todd Smith Ken Snider

Allison Snow Keith Spande Andy Spingler Paul Spirio Sandi Sprague Lydia Springer

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Larry Sprouse Robert Stevens John Stevenson Joe Szoo Cathy Tallerico Karine Talley

Steve Tatro Missi Taylor Ruth Taylor Matt Teel Nancy Thalman LeeAnn Thomas

Byron Thompson Ellen Tinkle Karen Tisinger

What the heck!

Kristi Travis Anne Trela Mike Trujillo

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Robert Trujillo Pom Trujillo Jeff Tucker Tom Uher Helen Uliborri Bryan Uphom

Andrew Vallejos Taylor Van Buren Pam Van Degrift Eric Vandergust Sharon Voelz Eric Van Marter

Charles Vigil Nancy Vigil Matt Vikdal Jeff Wadstrom Mark Wagner Monique Wagner

Frank Wolfahrt Kelly Walker Neil Ward Tracy Walston Mark Waugh Skip Wecksung

Bill Welch William Welsh Laurie West Bill Whalen Jeff White Julie Whitfill

Travis Williams Karen Williamson Reine Williams Mondaze.

Cara Wilson Teresa Winkler Andy Wolfsberg

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Janet Woods Jenny Wright Yolanda Vigil Karen Young Chad Ziemer Jimmy Archuleta

Dean Barr Oliver Bass Robin Ainsworth Ann Higgins Ricky Chiles Norma Fulgenzi

Mary Galbraith Pat Lundsford 1. Is this for real? 2. I'm a pepper. 3. The agonies of a sophomore. 4. Blow it out your saxophone.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

What a fantastic square root! I remembered my coat I Tweedle-dee-dee, Tweedle-dee-dum. Then what? King Kong Mosca versus the American Dream.

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Homecoming 1979

The Homecoming celebration was highlighted by the Homecoming Dance, Saturday night, October 20. The evening was culminated with the crowning of Lori Poe as Queen.

1 The Homecoming Dance. 2. A night on the town. 3. Happiness is ... 4. Boogie to the beat.

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Sadie Hawkinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; The night for gals to grab their guys was November 10. The Daisy Mae â&#x20AC;&#x201D; LIT Abner oontest was won by Gina Gallegos and Rick Rochester.

1 Where did all the guys go? 2 A big smile from Sonde. 3 Waiting by the wishing well.

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Dance Marathon About fifty students danced for thirty hours on the weekend of March 14-15. They raised a totai of $7,000.

1 Wearing down after many hours of dancing. 2 This dance marathon isn't that hard. 3 Boogie all night with the Zodiac. 4 Only twenty more hours to go.

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Sweethearts â&#x20AC;&#x2122;80 This year's Sweethearts Dance was held on April 12. The Cheerleaders sponsored the dance which featured the band. Grand Larcency. The evening was highlighted with the crowning of Omar Juveland as Sweethearts King.

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The band Grand Larceny. King Omar Juveland leads the coronation dance. Sweethearts 1980, an Ocean Cruise. A view from the top.

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Prom â&#x20AC;&#x2122;80 â&#x20AC;&#x201D; "A Walk in the Park" was the theme of the JuniorSenior Prom this year, The last dance of the year was held on Saturday, May 31 The evening saw Debbie Baber and Mike Whalen crowned king and queen, and Lori Parker and Kris Stokes crowned prince and princess. Ashley Pond provided music for the evening.

1. Ashley Pond. 2. Dance, dance, dance! 3. Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers?

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1 1. Senior Court: Scott Alexander, Denise Morales, Ron Pequette, Lauri Russell, Gary Shelton, Lori Poe, Nana Lee, Omar Juveland, Gilbert Ratliff, Vicki Hayden, Mike Whalen, Debbie Baber. 2. Junior Court: Monte Henderson, Suzy Lee, Kenyon Morrow, Teri Granere, David Croasdell, Barbara Blewett, Kris Stokes, Lori Parker.

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1 Fountain gazing. 2. And I can juggie tool 3. Entering the park. 4. Thanks to the Junior ciass for putting on a great prom.

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Administration (L to R): Joe Boguslowski, fDirector; Robert Costille, Vice-Principoi; Robert Loor, Principal: Skip Dunn, Vice-Principal.

Administration Support Staff Support Staff (L to R): Nancy Wornes, Terry Schlosser, Giz Szoloy. Not shown Bennie Giover,

Pupil Personnel Pupil Personnel (L to R); Robert Costille, Rita Critchfleld, David Driskell, Gordon Hoffman, Tom Christofferson, Dee vyilson, Regina ZilinskI, Koy Byers, Mel Loro.

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Music Department (L to R): Barbara Nutter, Sheldon Kalberg, Jan McDonald, Don Beene,

Music Deportment

English Departm ent English Department (L to R): Row t- David Gutierrez, Inez Ross, Lois Sharp, Jean Cambell, Nancy Terry, Jeanne Whetstone, Mary Cernicek, Pat Mendius, Shirley Fries, Row 2- Rick Thalman, Jennifer Reglien, Becky Shankland, Marilyn Gooley, Joe Boguslawski.

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Foreign Language Department (L-R): Jose Mojica, Jessica Burns, Alois Cernicek, Sarah Buehrer

Foreign Language Departm ent

Industrial Arts Department (L-R): Barabra Nutter, Rebecca Sims, Les­ lie Doran, Robert Townsend, Gor­ don Hoffman; (Standing L-R: Don McKay, Robert Visel, Marga Boedeker. Bob Martin

Industrial Arts Departm ent Science Departm ent Science Department (L-R): Duane Wagner, Bob Prommel, Robert Eikleberry, Dorothy Morgan, Ester Church, Wilbur Berguist, Steve Ewing, Robert Caswell

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Physical Education Department (L to R): Bob Prommel, Anne Brown, Bill Hudson, Jeanne Quinn, Burt Buehrer.

Physical Education Departm ent

Business Department (L to R): Doretta Hippie, Lucy Thomas, Jolene Barthell, Elizabeth Higgins, Sally Milligan, Jerry Brown.

Business Departm ent Social Studies Departm ent Social Studies Department (L to R): Jerry Brown, Marilyn Asbridge, Brad Jenkins, Sarah Buehrer, Ed Humphrey, Betty Blackstone, Bobby Zilinski, James Reiley, Jim Goetzinger, Randy Faye.

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Mathematics Department (L-R): Row One — Torrey Price, Jeanette Lindsay, James Weller, Mary Finch: Row Two — Joan Prommel, Gordon Jones, Lee Schachterie, Cathy Strong.

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C areer Center C.R.C. Staff (L-R); Evelyne Gilbert, Mel Lora, Barbara DeVault.

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