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BOOKSUM In 1948, an Englishman named George Or­ well wrote a bleak novel of a totalitarianistic future. Society is controlled by the Upper Party, which exercises complete domination over the proles (proletarians— common citi­ zens). Citizens who misbehaved by thinking incorrect thoughts are liable to be punished by the Thought Police (the secret govern­ ment agents) or one of the other Ministeries. The government is symbolized by Big Brother, an unidentifiable masculine figure. He signifies the observance of the people through telescreens (TV-like devices which enable the Party to broadcast propaganda and spy on the people as well). Opposition to Party rule exists in the form of a group known as the Brotherhood. Citizens are kept in line by continuous pro­ paganda and the threat of force. Yet, many dream of a ‘‘Golden Country” — an ideal land.


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THE BROTHERHOOD (Seniors)......................................................... 34

THE INNER PARTY (Clubs)............................................................ 76

THOUGHT POLICE (Faculty)...................................................

PROLES (Underclassmen).............................................136

^ NISTRY OF COMPETITION (Sports)............................................................160

MINISTRY OF FINANCE (Ads/Index)..................................................... 216

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JOY “ CAM PING” L.A STYLE 1. Lee Anderson shows off his date for homecoming. 2. "Who says being a cheerleader is easy?" smiles Amanda Wilson coyly. 3. K.C. Holder races to victory during a Fall pep assembly. 4. “ Ooooooh," says Ben Hoffman. 5. Jim Gary and Shaun Morrison prac­ tice their juggling act. 6. Mr. Zilinski and his best friend Henry Tafoya rest during a basketball game with the Dallas Cowboys. 7. Students enjoy the early May sun and listen to Mike Shermer’s band. 8. Paul comes up the original "Hi, Mom." 9. Brenda, Kenny, and Monica pose.


THE GOLDEN COUNTRY'J 1. Once again with enthusiasm far greater than Tom Sawyer's, the seniors painted the LA on Burnt Mountain just before Homecoming. 2. Lisa Hecker does some spring skiing down Precious. 3. Pipeline road in early February. 4. Susie Murphy leaps from the first ledge at East Forks. 5. Steve Morrow, Steve Trujillo, Pat Honsinger, and Bobby Steedle wallow in the mud at Elephant Butte. 6. Anne Ebaugh and Forrest Fukishima windsurfing at Abiquiu. 7. Janie Doolen brandishes her broom and whitewash. 8. Shaun Morrison and Chris Derrick dry their feet instead of their socks in front of a campfire.

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DCUBLE-PLUS FADS CREATED STUDENT IMAGES For students in 1984, fads were just as important and just as ‘‘way out" as they had been in other years. The camoflauge look (as modeled by Scott Allen), the game of Hacky Sack (Luke Hoffman), and college sweatshirts were definitely "in ” . More outlandish was the FLASHDANCE look from the movie of the same name (Amy Droke, Michelle Town, and Kristen Loree). Miniskirts were mak­ ing a comeback from the 60’s (JiJi Jones and Catherine Hanlon) and every­ body was humming tunes from Men At Work, Duran Duran, The Police, and Def Leppard. The music ranged from heavy metal to punk to good old rock ‘n’ roll. Caffeine-free drinks were the big sellers for the soft drink companies, the advertising agencies, and the people who own soft-drink machines. Although many portable stereos ("Walkmans") were confiscated, Maya Draisin still wore one.

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I can be tardy twice without penalty. 3rd tardy— 20 pushups or V2 hour after school. 4th tardy— 30 pushups or 1 hour after school. 5th tardy— 40 pushups or 2 hours after school.

1. "NO! NO! NO! I wanted THIRD period, Mr. Dunn,” says an exasperated Kiril Dobrovolsky. 2. "Yeah, I understand perfectly Coach Albert. Now which way?” asks quarterback Todd Frybarger. 3. Gary Barlich, Matt Kenyon, and Jim Frederickson pay their debts to register. 4. "But Mom! Please?” pleads Ross O'Dell. 5. "Now listen. You must understand the basics.” says Mrs. Strong. 6. "You want ME to take Advanced Physics?” a disbe­ lieving Lisa Hecker stutters. 7. "I should have listened to the lecture,” muses Kim Vidrine.

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DOUBLE PLUS We returned to classical myths for the 1983 Home­ coming theme. Spirit week featured costume days for Disneyland and Hawaii plus a day for wearing a favor­ ite jersey and the traditional Green and Gold Day on Friday. Festivities began Thursday evening, October 13 with a Bon Fire. On Friday the Cheerleaders and Seniors took charge of a pep assembly during which a contest was held that demolished many bananas. The parade was held during a high wind that same afternoon, fol­ lowed by the football game when Queen Gretchen Torres was crowned. The soccer teams played Saturday as part of the activities and the dance was held that night.


UlSPIRIT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Cheerleaders show Topper spirit at halftime. Homecoming Dance 1983 Diana Bequette dresses up for Disneyland Day. A Bengal burns at the traditional bonfire. The senior’s winning float. The Key Club float featured Medusa turning the Bengals to stone. 7. Ben Hoffman adorns a toga for the senior class float. 8. David Osborne carries the football past the Bengal de­ fense.


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It 1983 The parade Friday, afternoon featured floats from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes along with entries from many clubs including the Olions, the Key Club, and the very unofficial Buds. It was a close race in the float contest between the junior and senior floats, but the seniors pulled ahead with their Trojan Horse. The juniors came in sec­ ond while Key Club came in third. The parade also included the Home­ coming Court and Grand Marshall Morris Pongratz. That evening after a tough fight, the football team suffered a loss to the Gallup Bengals. Saturday morning the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams made up for that loss by defeating the Valley Vikings. On Saturday night students attend­ ed the Homecoming Dance sponsored by Student Council. Janna Beat­ ty who was in charge of decorating received unexpected help from the Buds who generously offered their time. Music at the dance was pro­ vided by Q.T. Hush from Albuquerque. 1. Greek girls welcome couples at the dance. 2. Dancers enjoy the music of Q.T, Hush. 3. The Homecoming Court: Val Apel escorted by Carlos Woodson; Jodi Reese escorted by Tim Johnson; Gretchen Torres escorted by Paul Maley; Cesca Chavez escorted by Bern Baumgartner; Janie Doolen escorted by Ross O’Dell; Donna Dimarco escorted by Jay Cappis. 4. 1983 Homecoming Queen Gretchen Torres receives a bouquet from Teri Lujan, last year’s queen.

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YOU T TAKE IT WITH YOU The Olions revived the Kaufman and Hart classic for their November per­ formance. It is a delightful comedy portraying an offbeat family in which everyone does his own thing. Grandfather is the patriarch of the family. His pasttimes include going to commencements and zoos and meeting a police­ man at midnight. His daughter Penny writes plays (poorly) ever since a typewriter was delivered eight years earlier. She invites an actress to the house to read one of her plays. The actress is a dypsomaniac and spends most of her time passed out on the couch. Penny's husband makes fireworks in the cellar with Mr. DePinna who is an iceman that decided to stay on as a guest. Essie is the older daughter who dances (poorly) and makes delicious candy. Essie's husband's hobby is playing the xylophone and painting pithy and unintentionally subversive slogans. He estimates his last year's earnings to be $28. The family maid, Rheba, has a boyfriend Donald who is on relief and cannot accept money for the odd jobs he does such as catching flies for Grandfather's snakes. Alice is engaged to Tony Kirby, but she cannot imagine their families getting along. Through a series of events initiated by general incompatibility and a basement full of gunpowder, everything blows up and after a night in jail, everyone sorts out his feelings and they all live happily ever after.

1. Alice insists that she is leaving for the Adirondacks to be alone. (Scott Braithwaite, Chris Peters and Beck! Mischke) 2. Mr. Kalberg watches the final dress rehearsal intently. 3. ‘The government apologizes. It seems I died eight years ago.” (Amy Broke, Steve Stokes (foreground), Beck! Mischke, Dan Giorgi (back)

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CAST: Penny Sycamore (Christine Peters); Essie (Amy Droke); Rheba (Beth Klingner); Paul Sycamore (Scott Braithwaite); Mr. De Pinna (Charles Ferenbaugh); Ed (Steve Wagner); Donald (Cabot Norton); Martin Vauderhof (Steven Stokes); Alice (Rachel Mischke); Henderson (Jim Huff); Tony Kirby (Dan Giorgi); Boris Kelenkhov (Gautam Pillay); Gay Wellington (Lisa Driskell): Mr. Kirby (Collin Haines); Mrs. Kirby (Paula Cobb); Three Men (Cass Brown, David Baer, Ian Johnson); Olga (Michelle Towne). DIRECTED BY: Sheldon Kalberg; SCENERY DESIGN by Mary Ann Kelley; LIGHTING AND EFFECTS by Greg Hughes; MAKE UP: by Kristen Loree; STUDENT DIRECTOR, Lana Brady. PRODUCTION STAFF: Stage Manager, Mhari Frothingham; Properties, Monica Mon­ toya; Stage Crew, Stefani Odom, Tony Rayburn; Properties Crew, Linda Ehler, Susan Lindman, Jenine Meston; Assistant State Manager, Anne Marie Borch; Make Up, Lana Brady, Jenny Fehlau, Terri Hart, John Rochester, Kristin Unbarger. Costume Crew, Alan Ware, and Jennifer Mottershead; Lighting, Greg Hughes; Sound Master, Lee Gurley; House, Box Office and Publicity, Patricia Nix; JoAnne Mathieson, Dan Reisch, Cody Springfield. Scene Construction: Karen Ayars, Chris Bridwell, Heidi Edgett, Linda Ehler, Diane Flak, Mary Lou Gillis, Jena Keller, Susan Lindman, Jenine Meston, Stefani Odom, Tony Rayburn, Dean Schnurr, David Shomas.

4. J-Men Ian Johnson, David Baer and Cass Brown. 5. Dan Giorgi (Tony) tells his father (Scott Braithwaite) that he intends to marry Alice. 6. Cast and crew members on stage for Mr. Kalberg's constructive criticism after a tiring rehearsal.

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The week of January 9 through 13 was named Spirit Week by the Lettermen's Club in anticipation of winter sports championships. Monday was decoration day and signs supporting the Toppers were hung around the school. Tuesday was Hawaiian day and students wore their grass skirts and leis to class. Wednesday was sweats day and teachers and the students wore their favorite sweats with the idea of jogging between classes. Thursday was hat, glasses, and tie day. Friday was the traditional Green and Gold day, when students showed their spririt by wearing the school colors. The winners of the Topper Spirit Contest were Gretchen Torres, Frank Myers, and Mr. Chuck Garrett. Unfortunately, the weather went on a binge and the ceremonies naming the most spirited were canceled along with the basketball games. 1. Most Spirited Toppers: Gretchen Torres, Franks Myers, and Mr. Chuck Garrett. 2. Aloha, Mrs. Pat Mendius! 3. Roy Conn goes Hawaiian. 4. Mrs. “ Mary Poppins" Jacobsen 5. “ Who is that masked man?” 6. Ms. Karen King shows spirit on hat and glasses day.

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On January 21st the Key Club sponsored a Superdance to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Twenty-six dancers completed the four­ teen hour dance marathon. The dance was open to the public from 8:00 until midnight. The participants who raised the most money through pledges received prizes such as a stereo and a Walkman. Merchants from around town donated food and door prizes. Zodiac provided the music and added the extra excitement of videos and a light show. The event resulted in 2000 dollars being given to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Teri Hart dances into the night. Pam Thullen bops to the beat with fellow New-Wavers Chuck Lauer and Wendy James. David Bowman demonstrates the latest in break-dancing stunts. Partnerless dancers engage in sensual solitaire. Evan Palmer and Lisa Gill lean on each other for support after the tenth hour.


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LAHS Jazz Ensemble I, “ La Fiesta.” A bedtime story, “ The Hapless Child,” written by Ed­ Act I ward Gorey and told by Stefani Odom. “ The Legend of Wolly Swamp,” by Todd Broste, vocal; Los Alamos High School Chamber Singers and ENCORE! Shelley Brown, piano; Gary Barlich, bass; Dave Williams, singing “ Magic to Do” from the musical “ Pippin” synthesizer; Dan Ward, guitar; John Bartlit, drums; Mime Magic act by Scott Field “ Lookin' For Love” by Alison Foxx, vocal and guitar; Erin by Chris Hyer, old man; three brothers, Anne Wolcot, Lau­ Foxx, vocal; Allen Pack, piano; Gary Barlich, bass. ra Burkett and Suzy Canada. J. Brahms' “ Rhapsody, Opus 79,” piano number by Magic Flute + one, a mime saws a lady in two as flutes Anne Stevens. and piano play, with Anne Stevens, piano; Andrea Hoyt, “ Angie,” by Karl Cook, lead vocal; Wayne DeMill, lead flute; Cindy Cichon, flute; Sheri Ware, flute; Alan Ware, vocal and bass; Curt Novak, Guitar; Allen Pack, vocal and mime. piano, John Bartlit, drums. Trampoline act, to musical accompaniment of REO “ Do You Remember When?” (Three old men remember Speedwagon, by Doug Buzbee and Dave De Vries. “ The Sundance Boys,” singing traditional Barbership vocally the “ good old days” in an original composition by Matt Andrae), with Matt Andrae, vocals and guitar; Dan songs and changing the pace with a country song, “ The Three Legged Man,” with Karl Cook, second tenor and Ward, guitar; and John Bartlit, Guitar. “ I Celebrate My Love For You,” Shije Sollid, vocal; Gavin guitar; Allen Pack, first tenor and piano; Brian Martin, bari­ Holland, vocal; Shelley Brown, piano; Gary Barlich, bass; tone; and Steven Stokes, bass. “ By My Side” from the musical “ Godspell,” with Kristen John Bartlit, drums; Andrea Hoyt, flute; Mike Schermer, guitar; Dave Williams, synthesizer. Loree, vocal; Amy Droke, vocal; Shelley Brown, piano; and Senior Girls Dance, Surfin' U.S.A., by the Beach Boys. David Williams, wind. “ The Senior Boys' Dance” Assisted by Peggy Lockridge.

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MC Jim Gary does his best imitation of Karl Malden. Senior girls do the swim. Eric Anderson and Todd Broste belly dance to "Casbah Evening� . MC Lisa Driskell makes her entrance in a box. Matt Andre, John Bartlit, and Dan Ward remember the good old days. Alam Ware carefully applies his makeup.

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DO MAGIC! 1. The daring trampoline artists Doug Buzbee and David DeVries. 2. Mike Schermer, John Bartlit, Gary Barlich and Matt Erickson jam to "La Fiesta". 3. Stefani Odom tells a bedtime story. Mark Dunn, Dan Ward, and Gary Barlich rehearse before the show. Chamber Singers and Encore dance and sing to "Magic to Do". Allison Foxx prepares to perform. Andrea Hoyt entertains during intermission. MC Chres Peters makes a grand entrance.

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1. The Student Council had its work cut out for them when they distributed 1,700 carnations on Valen­ tine’s Day. 2. Janine Meston and Julie Dresback se­ cure Valentine’s Day messages to the carnations. 3. Lisa Hecker proposes, "Will you be my Valentine?” 4. Steve Gosling gets his carnations. 5. Erika Kwei reveals a slight case of hayfever while Ben Hoffman and Hal Patterson show determination to prepare for carnation deliveries. 6. Kevin Tan takes time out to smell the flowers as Hal Patterson looks on. There were many smiling faces to be seen in the halls on Valentine’s Day. Student Council was suc­ cessful in selling and distributing carnations to stu­ dents and teachers. The “ power” of the flower was evident by the warmth of friendly affection felt by all.

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1. Sweetheart's Court: (top row) Hal Patterson, Pat Honsinger, Steve Morrow, and Carlos Woodson; (bottom row) Darrek Her­ nandez, Ross O'Dell, Brent Butler, and Steve Trujillo. 2. Paul Morris looks on as Amanda Wilson signs the guest list. 3. Janie Doolen pins on Terry Wampler's boutonniere. 4. Bertha Lujan and Moore Arnold enter the dance. 5. The guest list at the Hotel Ritz. 6. Beth Klingner and Jeff Croasdel relax from dancing. â&#x20AC;&#x153; Puddin' On the Ritz" was the theme for the Sweethearts dance. Each couple received a key to a room as they signed the guest list. The band N.X.T. played music to suit everyone's taste and everyone enjoyed dancing. Carlos Woodson was crowned the Sweetheart's King by cheerleader escort Nancy Maret.

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GIRLS STATE DELEGATES: Jeannette Martinez, Linda Lucero, Monica Mon­ toya; (front) Janie Doolen and Pam Brainerd. BOYS STATE DELEGATES: Gar Snider, Ross O’Dell, Lee Anderson. Not Pic­ tured: Jerry Lauer, Steve Mitchell, Steve Morrow. ALL-AMERICAN SECOND SOCCER TEAM: Ann Cernicek. NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS: Charles Farenbaugh, David Thomas, Scott Field, Paul Jackson, Bill Goldman, Kim Paffenroth, Robert Johnson, Erica Kwei. Not Pictured: Greg Brown, David Dick, Forrest Fukushima, Ben Hoffman, Alex Parker, August Swanson. 1984 ROTARY EXCHANGE STUDENTS: Mandy Vrooman and Todd Yasuda. Not Pictured: Chris Hyer. LAHS CENTURY III WINNER: Scott Braithwaite. CHEMISTRY OLYMPICS SECOND PLACE WINNER: Paul Jackson. DAR GOOD CITIZEN AWARD: Janie Doolen.

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SENIOR FAVORITES Favorite Food— Steak & Lobster Favorite Group— The Police Favorite Program— MTV Favorite Hangout— Mountains Favorite Pastime— Partying Favorite Movie— Risky Business Favorite Song— Magic Power by Triumph Favorite Colors— Midnight Blue & Maroon

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FAVORITE TEACHER MARY LOUISE WILLIAMS

SARAH BETH ALEXANDER J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Youth LAARC 3, president 4; Journalism 3, editor 4; Prom Court 3; People to People, Student Ambassadors 3; United States Achievement Academy 4.

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LEE RICHARDS ANDERSON Key Club 2, Secretary 3, Lt. Governor 4; Ski Club 2,3,4; NJROTC, Drill Team Commander 3.

MATTHEW J. ANDRAE VALERIE APEL Key Club 3,4; Office Education Association 4; Ski Club 4; Marching Band 2,3.

ADRIENNE M. APPERT Track 2; soccer 2,3, All-State 2nd Team, 4; Chamber Singers 2,3; Key Club 3,4; Topper Revue 4.

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FAVORITE TEACHER WILBUR BERGQUIST

RONALD L. ARMSTRONG MICK S. BACKSEN Honor Society 2,3,4; Tennis 3,4.

KEVIN BAKER

JAMIE BANGERTER Chamber Singers 3,4, All-State Chorus 2,3; Student Council 4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 4; Topper Review 4.

GARY DOUGLAS BARUCH Chamber Singers 4; Chamber Orchestra 2; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Symphony Orchestra 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble 2,3,4; All-State 2,3,4; South Pacific 3, National Merit Commended Student 4.

LANA MARIE BRADY Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Concert Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; Encore 4; Pegasus 2,3,4; SOUTH PACIFIC 3; ANNASTASIA 3; WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? 3,4; SW High School Theatre Festival 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; Yearbook 4; Olions 3,4.

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CYNTHIA L. BARR Soccer, varsity, 9th, 2,3,4; All State 4; J.V. Basketball 2: Honor Society 3,4; Lettermen's Club, treasurer 4; Student Council 3,4; Topper Review 4; Girl's State Alternate 3; Marching Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 2,3; Orchestra 4.

SANDRA BARR Hilltalkers 2,3,4; secretary 4; Journalism 3; Debate 3,4; National Merit Commended Student 4.

JOHN REYNOLDS BARTLIT Symphonic Orchestra 9th, 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 9th, 2,3,4; All-State symphonic Band/Orchestra 9th, 2,3,4; Topper Review 2,3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Band President 4, 1983 West Mesa Jazz Festival, Most Outstanding Over-All Jazz Percussionist 3; Solo & Ensemble 9th, 3.

DENNIS BATES DECA 2,3.

BERN BAUMGARTNER RENEE BENAVIDEZ Girl’s Basketball manager 2; Key Club 3,4; Varsity Basketball manager 3, OEA 4; Topper Revue 4.

LAURA J. BEQUETTE OEA 2,3,4.

JANET LOUISE BETTINGER OEA 2; Softball manager 2,3; Topper Review 4.

BABETTE A. BIBEAU

PETER J. BLEWETT PATTI M. BOBROWICZ DEHN LOUISE BOHL J.V. Volleyball 2, varsity 3,4; All-District 4; Track 2,3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; OEA 2,3,4; secretary 4; Yearbook 4; People to People Student Ambassador 3.

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TONYA LEE BOULDEN Cheerleading 2. varsity 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Topper Revue 4; DECA 3,4, secretary 4.

PAMELA J. BRAINERD Gymnastics 9th, 2,3,4; Key Club 3, secretary 4; Student Council 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Ski Club 3.4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Girl’s State 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students; Topper Revue 4; Yearbook Editor 4.

SCOTT BRAITHWAITE Honor Society 2,3 president 4; SOUTH PACIFIC 3; YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU 4; Mock Trial 3; Tri-Service Leadership Award Candidate 3; Key Club 3; Pegasus 3; Closeup 3; Speech and Debate 4; Century III Leader 4.

LOUIS NORTON BREMER Track 3.

TODD WAYNE BROSTE Varsity Swimming 9th, 2,3,4, co-captain 4; Concert Band 2, Symphonic Band 3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble II. 2; Jazz Ensemble I 3; Topper Revue 3,4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.

CRAIG A. BROWN

GREGORY G. BROWN JENNIFER S. BROWN National Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 3; Chamber Singers 3,4.

SHELLEY D. BROWN Jazz Ensemble II 2; Jazz Ensemble I 3,4; Journalism 3, editor 4; Fencing Club 3; solo and Ensemble 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Close-up 4.

JOHN “ MURDOCK” BUSCH Chess Club 2, Olions 2, Games Club 2; Journalism 3; NJROTC, drill team 3; squad leader 3; color guard 4, public affairs officer 4, 3rd Platoon leader 4; Yearbook 4; Topper Revue 4.

BRENT BUTLER CHERYL J. BOYER OEA 3.4.

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NICEST SMILE PAUL MORRIS

BETH CAMERON JAY CAPPIS Varsity Soccer 2,3; Captain 4; Honorable Mention All-District 3: Honorable Mention All-State 4; Lettermenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 4; Homecoming Escort 4.

DAVID C. CARROLL Video Club 1; Vice-President 2; Key Club 3; Student Council 3: Who's Who Among American High School Students.

LISA MARIE CASH Ski Club 2,3: DECA 3.

GLENDA JEAN M. CASEDY J.V. Basketball 2,3; Varsity Track 2,3,4; OEA 2; Treasurer 3.

CAROLYN M.CASTORE Band 2,3,4; Key Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

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CHRIS CATLETT Varsity Soccer 9th, 2,3,4; Co-captain 4; First Team All State 2,4; Second Team All State 2; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3, Vice-President 3; Yearbook 2; Student Council 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4.

ANN CERNICEK FRANCESCA T. CHAVEZ Varsity Volleyball 2,3; Co-captain 4; All-District 4; All-State Honorable Mention 3; Track 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; OEA 3,4; Homecoming Court 4.

REGINA A. CHAVEZ JOHN C. CHUTKOW CINDY ANN CICHON Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Solo & Ensemble 3,4; Jazz Ensemble 3,4; Topper Revue 3,4; All-State 4.

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LISA MARIE DRISKELL Olions 2,3,4; Hilltalkers 3,4; Brigadoon 9th, Harvey 2; Something's Afoot 2, South Pacific 3; You Can't Take It With You 4; Topper Revue M.C. 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students; Commended Student (PSAT).

DOUGLAS E. DROSS MATTHEW J. DUDZIAK

BEST DRESSED MANDY VROOMAN AND HAL PATTERSON

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MARK DUNN J.V. Soccer 2, varsity 3; Jazz Band II 2; Jazz Band I 3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Orchestra 3,4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3; State Math Contest 3,4; All-State Band 3,4; Exchange Student to Japan 3; Tri-Service Leadership 3.

ANNE F. EBAUGH Ski Club 2,3,4; Close-up 3.

LORI MARIE EDDLEMAN Flag Corps 3.

DEBBI EDWARDS Varsity Soccer 9th, 2,3,4, Ist-team All State 2,3,4, co-captain 4; Lettermen’s Club 4.

LINDA LOUISE EHLER Olions 2,3,4; Honor society 2,3,4; Topper Revue Tech 3,4; SW High School Theatre Festival 4, Whose Life Is It Anyway? tech 3, You Can't Take It With You tech 4; National Merit Commended Student 4; Speech Team 4; Mime Troop 3,4; Harvey tech 2.

RHONDA L. ENGLAND

TRACY H. ERKKILA Topper Review 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; DECA 3, officer, Leadership and State Conference 3; National Honor Society 4.

ERIC GERARD ERPENBECK Varsity Baseball 3,4.

PAUL A. FEHLAU

CHARLES R. FERENBAUGH Olions 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Strategic Games Club 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Society of Distinguished American High Students 3,4; State Math Contest Winner 2,3; National Merit Semifinalist 4.

WILLIAM J. FERRELL ANGELA CHRISTINA FEUERHERD ROTC 3; DECA 3.4.

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W. SCOTT FIELD NJROTC 3,4; Company Commander 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 4; first trombone 4; Mime troop 3; Olions 4; Strategic Games Ciub 2,3,4; Who's Who Among American High Students 4; Nationai Merit 4; Nationai Honor Roii 4.

RANDALL L. FINDLEY KARA J. FISHER

CAROLYN G. FORD Concert Band 2, Symphonic Band 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Aii-State Symphonic Band 2,3; Aii-State Symphonic Orchestra 4; South Pacific 3; Nationai Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Revue 2,3; Nationai Merit Commended Student 4.

RICHARD FORD ANDREW D. FOX

ALLISON M. FOXX BRIAN FRANCE JAMES DAVID FREDERICKSON Varsity Swimming 2,3,4; Track 4.

ANNE LYNETTE FRIAR Varsity Basketbail 2,3,4; Lettermenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 4.

TODD FORREST FRYBARGER Football J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4; C-team Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 3,4.

FORREST S. FUKUSHIMA

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BEST PERSONALITY JAMIE BANGERTER AND GAVIN HOLLAND

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JOHN GEHRMANN JON B. GENO PAULA C. GENTRY

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KEVIN WAYNE GILL Football Manager 3,4; Wrestling Manager 3; Baseball Manager 3,4.

DANIEL GIORGI WENDY GIRARD

WILLIAM J. GOLDMAN DESIREE D'LOR GONZALES Ski Club 2,3,4.

MARK R. GOSLING J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Band 2,3,4.

PAMELA D. GRAHAM RUSSELL R. GRALL TAMMY LYNN GRAY Flag Corps 3, captain 4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2,3,4; Ski Club 4; OEA 3; Topper Review 4.

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JONATHON GREENWOOD SUSAN ELENA GREGORY Basketball 2,3,4.

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SHERI D. GROFF J.V. Volleyball 2; J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3; Key Club 3.4; Ski Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Topper Review 4; Student Council 4.

DAVID L. GURLEY JOHN D. GUY

TIMOTHY K. HAARMANN J.V. Soccer 2,3; Varsity 4; Key Club 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4.

KAREN LOUISE HAGAN Marching Band 2,3,4; Symphonic Band 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Chamber Singers 3,4; Concert Choir 2; Fencing Club 4.

LAWRENCE R. HAHN

MICHAEL CONRAD HAINES Track 3,4; Southwest High School Theatre Festival 3,4; Chamber Singers 4; Solo and Ensemble 4; Student Council 4; Speech Team 4.

DAVID L. HAND Band 2,3,4.

BONNIE HALL

RONALD SCOTT HANKS Ski Club 3,4.

CATHERINE HARDEKOPF Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Band 2,3; Treasurer 4; Key Club 4; Ski Club 3,4; National Merit Commended Student 4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2,3,4; Topper Revue 4.

JOHN D. HARLOW III Football 2.

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MOST ATHLETIC GRETCHEN TORRES

MARK A. HARRIS ROSEMARY ELIZABETH HARRIS Softball manager 3; OEA 4.

TERESA A. HART

TERRI J. HAVENS LISA MARIE HECKER Student Council representative 2,3; Student Council public relations 4; Ski Club 3,4, officer 4; Varsity Soccer 3,4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Close-up 4; Yearbook 4.

LESLIE J. HEINBERG Key Club 2,3, president 4; Student Council 2,3; Class Fundraising Chairperson 2; Student Body Secretary 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook 4; Topper Revue 4; Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Who Among American High School Students 4.

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DARREK D. HERNANDEZ J.V. Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4.

BRIAN J. HESCH JENNIFER A. HIGBIE

MIKE S. HIRONS Cross Country 3,4; Track 2, manager 3,4; DECA 3,4.

LEONA HODGES Softball 2,3,4; Topper Revue 3.

BENJAMIN D. HOFFMAN Sophomore Class Vice President 2; Senior Class President 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Key Club 4, Committee Chairman 4; National Merit Scholar Finalist; French Club President 4; Speech Team Vice President 4.

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DAVID A. HOFMANN GAVIN D. HOLLAND Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Drum Major 4; Jazz Ensemble II 3,4; Chamber Singers 3,4; Show Choir 4; All-State Choir 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Orchestra 4.

DANA LYN HOLT Varsity Cheerleader 3, co-captain 4; Youth LAARC 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3,4; Yearbook 4; United States Achievement Academy 4.

STEVE HONG Tennis 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Foreign Language Club (French) 4; Lettermen's Club 4; Ski Club 4.

PATRICK KELLY HONSINGER Football JV 2, Varsity 3,4; Track 2,3; Lettermenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 3.

LINDA M. HORN

ANDREA E. HOYT ROSANNE HUMPHREY Art Club 2,3,4; French Club 4.

WILLIAM J. HUNTER

FRED HUTCHINSON TERRI LYNN HYDE Varsity Basketball 2,3; JV Volleyball 2, Varsity Volleyball 3; Varsity Cross-Country 2,3; Varsity Track 2,3; Class Vice-President 3; Class Treasurer 2; Ski Club Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3; Spanish Club 4.

CHRISTOPHER K. HYER

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PAUL S. JACKSON Band 2,3,4; Jazz Ensemble I 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; National Meritâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Semi Finalist 4; American Chemical Society Award 3; Topper Revue 3,4,

TRACY LYNN JACKSON Flag Corps 3,4.

JOHN JARAMILLO Varsity Baseball 3,4.

KATHLEEN JETT Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2,3; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 4,

ROBERT C. JOHNSON Honor Society 2,3,4; Track 3; French Club 4.

TIMOTHY JAMES JOHNSON Varsity Golf 2,3,4; Basketball JV 3, Varsity 4; Key Club 4; Lettermen's 3,4.

LEE ROY JONES STEVEN J. JONES OLAF JUVELAND

EDWARD KARPP Honor Society 2,3,4; NJROTC 4.

RICHARD KARPP Honor Society 2,3,4; NJROTC 4.

CYNTHIA J. KEARNS OEA 2,3; Close-up 4.

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NICEST LEGS USA HECKER AND MARK HARRIS

JOHN WINSLOW KELLER Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Jazz II 2,3; Jazz I 4; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Fencing Club 3; Senior Boys Dance 4.

JEFFREY D. KELLEY Band 2; J.V. Soccer 2,3; Varsity Soccer 4; Ski Club 4,

SARA KELLEY

MICHAEL J. KELLNER MATTHEW M. KENYON MARGOT KERR Spanish Club 4.

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ERICA H. KWEI Student Council 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3; Orchestra principle 1,3; All State Symphony Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Chamber Orchestra 1; Solo & Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Los Alamos Sinfonietta 1,2,3,4.

JOHN J. LAZZARO Football 2,3,4; Hockey 2,3,4; Skiing 2,3,4.

CANDICE ANN LEECHES

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MICHAEL J. LEIF VANESSA ELLEN LILLBERG J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity 3; OEA 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Topper Revue 4; Ski Club 4; Track 4; Letterman’s Club 4.

SUSAN E. LINDMAN J.V. Basketball 2; Softball 2; Olions 4; YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU 4; Topper Revue 4; Hilltalkers 4; Southwest High School Theatre Festival 4; Mime Troupe 4.

BOBBI JO LINDSTROM MARGARET LOCKHART Youth LAARC 3,4; Key Club 3; Ski Club 3; Track 3; Senior Class Vice-President 4; OEA 4; Topper Revue 4.

KRISTEN LOREE Topper Review 2,3; All-State Chorus 3,4; Chamber Singers 3; SOUTH PACIFIC; WHO’S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?; YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU,

LINDA C. LUCERO Student Council 2,3,4, treasurer 2,4, vicepresident 3; Letterman’s Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Youth LAARC 2; Yearbook editor 4; Girls’ State 3; Hispanic Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Track 2,3,4; Honor Society 4.

BERTHA MARIE LUJAN Mock trial 2,3; Mock trial team 3,4,

CHRISTOPHER F. LYNCH Video Club President 2, Public Relations 3; Key Club 4; Tennis Team Manager 4; Student Council 3,4.

PATRICIA A. MACHEN Basketball 2; Chamber Orchestra 2; All-State Orchestra 2,3,4; Solo and Ensemble 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; SOUTH PACIFIC; Topper Revue 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4, Secretary 4.

ALICIA MAIER LAURA MARIE MALENFANT Softball 2,3; Youth and Government 2; Letterman’s Club 3; CVOE 3; OEA 3.

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CLASS CASANOVA DEHN BOHL AND ISMAEL MENA

KENNETH PAUL MALEY Basketball, c-team 2. Varsity 3,4; Key Club 4; Letterman's Club 3,4,

JOCELYN ANN MANN Student Council 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Spanish Club President 4; Letterman’s Club 3,4; National Hispanic Scholarship Semi-Finalist 3; Journalism 3.4, Advertising editor 4.

NANCY IRENE MARET J.V. Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3, captain 2,3; Youth LAARC 3,4; Letterman's Club 3.4.

ZEEANN D. MARSH Girl’s Basketball manager 2,3; Key Club 3,4; OEA 3,4; Topper Revue 4.

DANA MARSHALL TAMMY MARSHALL Softball 2,3,4; Ski Club 2,3,4; OEA 2,3; Topper Review 4.

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JEANNETTE B. MARTINEZ Student Council 2,3,4; representative 2,3, Student Body Vice-President 3; Softball manager 2; Varsity Soccer 3,4; Girl's State 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Close-Up 4; Yearbook 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,4.

JENNY L. MARTINEZ RALPH MARTINEZ

CATHERINE MARIE McCABE OEA 2,3,4; Key Club 3; CVOE 4; Topper Review 4; Ski Club 4. KAY A. McClen d o n OEA 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Topper Revue 4; CVOE 4.

DEEDRA LYNN McCOMAS Wrestling Stat. 3,4; Key Club 3; OEA 4; Topper Review 4.

KIMBERLY DAWN McCORMICK Key Club 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Topper Revue.

DOUG McKOWN Honor Society 2,3,4; Band 2.

MARTHA McGEHEE

STEPHEN T. McDo n ald LORI McNEIL JULIE MEADE Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3; Basketball 2; Track 2; OEA 4; Student Council Representative 2; Topper Review 4.

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RAMONA M. MEDINA GREGORY!. MEIER ISMAEL A. MENA

DANIEL L. METZGER VICTORIA MEYER-CHRISTIANS DUDLEY MILDER

RUSSELL E. MILLER Key Club 3; Ski Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3.

KRISTEN MINOR Orchestra 2,3; Chamber Orchestra 3; Solo and Ensemble 2,3; Youth and Government 2; Key Club 3,4; Ski Club 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4, treasurer 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3,4; National Merit Semi-finalist; Student Council 2,3,4; SOUTH PACIFIC 3; National Honor Roll 4.

STEVEN P. MITCHELL Track 3; Cross Country 3,4; DECA 3,4; NJROTC 4; Boys' State 3.

LEROY MARK MONTOYA Football manager 2, Varsity 4; Debate 4; Hilltalkers 4.

MONICA MARIE MONTOYA Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Orchestra 4; Chamber Singers, Encore 4; Close-up 4; Olions 2,3, secretary 4; International Thespian Society 4; Southwest Theater Festival 4; Fall Production 2,3,4; Spring Production 1,2,3,4; Topper Revue 1,2,3,4, Stage manager 4; Student Council 2,3; Hilltalkers 4; Girls’ State 3; National Merit Commended Student 3; National Merit Hispanic Semi-Finalist 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.

PATRICIA ANN MONTOYA NJROTC 2,3; OEA 4.

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PER NORDLANDER LAUREN NORTON CURTIS NOVAK Soccer 2,3: Wrestling 2,3; HERO 3.

ROSS A. O’DELL Varsity Basketball 3,4; J.V. 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Letterman’s Club 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Century III Leader Runner-up 4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 4; Student Council 2,3; Boys' State 3.

STEFANI ODOM Honor Society 3; Olions 2,3,4; Show Choir (Encore) 4; All-State Chorus 3; Topper Revue 2,3,4; Chamber singers 3,4; SOUTH PACIFIC 3; Southwest High School Theater Festival 3,4; WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? 4; International Thespian Society 3,4.

JULIA OLIPHANT

KAREN ORBESON KIM PAFFENROTH Pegasus 2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4; National Honor Society 2,3; National Merit SemiFinalist 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4.

PAULA PAPPS

HAL PATTERSON Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Key Club 3,4; Art club 3,4; Ski Club 4; Chamber Singers 4; Show Choir 4; SOUTH PACIFIC 3: Topper Revue 3,4; Olympic Art Competition Silver medalist.

DONALD PATTON KATHY PEACOCK

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ROBERT PEASLEE CHRESTINE PETERS Olions 2,3,4. Olions officer 3.4; National Merit Commended Scholar 4; Topper Review M.C. 4; Speech Team 3,4.

GAUTAM PILLAY Honor Society 2,3,4; Concert Choir 2; Chamber Singers 3,4; All-State Chorus 2,3,4; YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU 4; Show Choir (Encore) 4; National Merit Scholarship Commended Student 4; Brown University Book Award 3; Topper Revue 4.

MICHAEL PLATT MEGAN POLZER Art Club 4; Honor Society 3,4,

ROBBY POORE Vice President Video Club 2,3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Journalism 4; After game dance D.J. 4.

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JEFFREY RATLIFF

KAREN B. REED OEA 2,3; Ski Club 4; Topper Revue 4.

MICHAEL A. REED JR. Varsity Wrestling 2,3,4; Varsity Soccer 2; Varsity Track 2; Lettermenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Club 2.

JODY A. REESE OEA 3,4; President 4; Homecoming Court 4.

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DAVID WILLIAM RHODES JV Football 2; C Team Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3,4; Letterman's Club 3,4; Student Council 4.

JOHN ANDREW ROCHESTER Chamber Singers 3,4; South Pacific 3; You Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Take It With You 4, Topper Revue 3; SWHTF 4; WHO'S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? 4,

KIM ANN RODGERS Gymnastics 2; DECA 3,4, Officer 3,4; Olions 3; Choir 3.

MARTHA ROMERO LAURA ROUSH DECA 4, OEA 4.

TIMOTHY RUTHERFORD

MOST SHY PAT HONSINGER Refusing to be photographed because of her shyness was Jennifer Higby.

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DAWN ANNE RUTLEDGE HERO 2,3,4, Vice President 4; Journalism 4: NJROTC 3; Speech Team 4.

JOSEPH HECTOR SALDANA Math Club 2; JV Track 2: JV Football 2: FHA 2; HERO 2; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Track 4.

MARGARET MARY SANDOVAL OEA 4; Topper Revue 4.

KARL A. SAXMAN National Honor Society 2,3; Vice-president of Honor Society 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Science Fair 2,3,4; International Science Fair 2.

MICHAEL SCHERMER BILL SCHLEFT

VICTORIA SCHLEFT DEAN M.SCHNURR Strategy Games Club 2; Olions 3,4; SOUTH PACIFIC light crew, sound crew, costume crew; WHO'S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY Costume Crew; YOU CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T TAKE IT WITH YOU set crew; Mime troupe 3,4.

RAEANNA SHARP Swim team 2,3,4, captain 3.

JULIA R. SHELDON Drill Team 3; Key Club 4; Topper Revue 4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 3,4.

CHRISTOPHER SMITH JOSEPH SMITH

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GARRICK WAYNE SNIDER Diving team 8th, 1,2,3,4; Swim Team 4; Letterman's Club 2,3, president 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Boys’ State 3: Student Council 3: Yearbook 4; Stater's Club 4.

CHERYL SOFALY Orchestra 3,4: National Merit Commended Student 4.

SONJE SOLLID Olions 3; BRIGADOON 9th; SOUTH PACIFIC 2; Chamber Singers 4; All State Chorus 4; Topper Revue 3,4; Honor Society 3,4.

LEE STAHLE BOBBY STEEDLE Wrestling team 2,3,4.

MICHELE MARIE STEINKRUGER Topper Revue 3,4; Key Club 3; Flag Corps 4; Drill Team 4.

ANNETTE STEPHENS Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4; Cross Country 4; Letterman’s Club 4; Key Club 4; Astrology Club, Secretary 4; Senior Class Secretary 4.

ANNE STEVENS CAROLANN SUTTON Golf 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3; Topper Revue 4.

AUGUST SWANSON National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Topper Revue 4.

MICHAEL ANGELO SCHILLACI J.V, Soccer 1,2; Varsity 3,4; Ski Club 3,4.

MARTIN E. SHIPLEY Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 3,4; International Science Fair 2,3: Basketball 2.

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CLASS CLOWNS JENNY MARTINEZ AND MIKE SCHILLACI

ERIC L. TALLEY Speech and Debate 3,4, president 4; Mock Trial 4; Topper Revue 2,3; Yearbook 4; Student Council 3,4; Football 3,4, J.V. 2, District 1st team 4; Closeup 4,

SEAN TAPE JEFFREY R. TESMER J.V. Soccer 2,3; Astronomy Club 2,4; Band 2,3.

DAVID THOMAS KIMBERLY THOMAS KIRK MOSEN THOMPSON

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MICHELLE DAWN TIBBETS OEA 3.4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Varsity Volleyball 3,4; All-District 4; Ski Club 4; Girls' State Alternate 3.

GRETCHEN KAY TORRES Tennis 8th, 1,2,3,4; Varsity Volleyball 2,3,4, co­ captain 4, All-District 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Letterman’s Club 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Close-up 4; Girls' State Alternate 3.

LUIS P. TRUJILLO Basketball C-team 2, J.V. 3, Varsity 4; Football J.V, 2, Varsity 3,4, All-District 4; Letterman's Club 3,4.

STEVEN P. TRUJILLO TRACY LYNN TUBB NJROTC 3,4, POl Assistant Platoon Leader 3, LTJG Operations Officer 4; Ski Club 4.

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WADE M. VAN BUREN ALICIA VAN HAAFTEN Key Club 3,4; Tooper Review 4.

ANTHONY J. VERGAMINI

KIMBERLY K. VIDRINE OEA 2,3; Ski Club 2,3; Flag Corp 3,

ADALENA VISARRIAGAS TIMOTHY VOOS

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AMANDA VROOMAN Varsity Soccer 1.2,3.4; Honorable Mention AilState 3, 1st team All-State 4, co-captain 4; Junior Class Secretary 3: Senior Class Representative 4; Track 2; Letterman’s Club Secretary 4; Key Club Committee Chairperson 4; School Newspaper staff 3, Managing Editor 4.

JOAN MARIE WADLINGER Wrestling Manager 3; Key Club 3; Ski Club 4.

KAREN L. WAGGLE HERO 4; FHA 4.

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TERRANCE L. WAMPLER VALERIE KAY WAMPLER Close-Up 4; Topper Revue 4.

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ROGER J. WARREN CATHERINE A, WELSH KRISTINE L. WHITE

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PAMELA C. WHITTEMORE OEA 3, parliamentarian 4; Ski Club 4; J.V. Volleyball 2.3, Varsity 3; CVOE 4.

BARBARA A. WILLIAMS DAVID ROSS WILLIAMS

MICHAEL G. WILLIAMS TIMOTHY P. WILLIAMS JANET S. WIRTH

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DAVID L. WOODRUFF CARLOS L. WOODSON Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,4; All-State Tournament Team 3; Nominee Tri-Service Award 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist; Who’s Who Among American High School Students; Letterman’s Club 2,3,4.

TODD C. YASUDA National Honor Society 2,3,4; Key Club 2; National Merit Commended Student 3; French Club 3,

CHRISTOPHER L. YOUNG RON YUSNUKIS Golf 2,3,4; Band 2,3,4; Jazz Band 2,3,4.

RALPH R. ZALMA

ROSS ALAN ZONGKER MHARI E. FROTHINGHAM JULIE M. RUTTEN

MARIA HANSON JOHN ALCOUFFE CHRISTOPHER ALLAN DERRICK Track 3,4; Wrestling 3; Key Club 4; Student Council 2,3; Spanish Club 4.

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YEARBOOK USED ORWELL’S THEME Producing the 1983-84 La Loma was a major task— one that none of the staff will ever forget. It took a tremendous amount of dedication and work. We had little trouble choosing our theme since the year itse lf presented a unique idea, George Orwell's novel, 1984. Al­ though the theme seemed obvious, we were the only yearbook in the state to undertake it as far as we knew. Our thanks to Mr. David Gutierrez, who produced our cover; and to Mr. Bill Jack Rogers, who contributed our title page picture. Also, special thanks to Miss Reglien, our advisor, and the rest of the staff who perse­ vered through many mishaps and al­ ways came out laughing. The staff should be proud of their work. We hope everyone will enjoy this year­ book. Missing: Shaun Morrison— Photog­ rapher Miss Jennifer Reglien Advisor Linda Lucero Editor Pam Brainerd Co-Editor

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THEY ENJOYED THEIR STAY

Henrik Janum, Denmark

Los Alamos hosted three foreign exchange students this year. Per Nordlander and Maria Hansson of Sweden, and Henrik Janum of Denmark. They all enjoyed their stay in Los Alamos and found the people to be very friendly and open. They especially enjoyed the mountains and skiing, but they missed the food back home. The schools in Swe­ den and Denmark move faster and education is taken more seriously than here in America, according to the exchange students. Overall, they agreed that their visit in Los Alamos was fun; however, at times they found it to be a bit boring. (Don't we all?).

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ASTRONOMERS TRAVELED TO DENVER

The Astronomy Club involved about fifteen members this year. They met twice a month after school to conduct business, plan future activities, or participate in a learning activity. View­ ing sessions vyere held each month depending on the moon phase, weather, and the school calendar. The sessions were held in either the early morning followed by a group breakfast or in the evening. At these sessions, the members braved the cold, snow, and wind just to get a glimpse of rarely seen stars. During the year, the club flew to Denver to visit the Planitarium and Observatory. Not only did the club go on various star gazing trips, but they also produced the Sky Calendar which was xe­ roxed and given to members and a fifth grade science class at Pinon School. The club was led by Charles Forest, president: Julie Groff, vice-president; Annette Stephens, secretary; and Karen Robinson, treasurer. Mrs. Inez Ross and Mrs. Mary Finch sponsored the club. Julie Groff, Karen Robinson, Karen Dahlby, Susie Murphey, and Charles Forest stand in front of the Museum of Natural History-Planetarium on their Denver Trip. Astronomy Club members included (back row, left) John McFarland, Ka­ ren Dahlby, Julie Groff, Karen Robinson, Jody Guthals, Jenny Mottershead, and sponsor, Mrs. Inez Ross; (front row, left) David Fu, Charles Forest, Annette Stephens, and Nissa Strottman.

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BuildingTrades was more than just a club; it was a credit class. The students devoted two periods a day to building a house from the ground up. Some of the skills they learned were carpentry, dry­ walling, roofing, cement work, block-laying, and framing. This year’s hour was a passive solar home including 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, a family room, living room, formal dining room, kitchen, library, and greenhouse. Last year’s house sold for $125,000.00. Perhaps this year they can net $150,000.00. The class is taught by Bob Martin and his assistant A.J. Anderson.

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The Hilltalkers attended 10 tournaments this year, 8 of which were overnight. They competed in oral inter­ pretation, extemporaneous, debate, and oratory. Not only did the team participate in regular high school com­ petitions, but they also par­ tic ip a te d in the V.F.W. “ Voice of Democracy” con­ test and the American Le­ gion’s Oratorical contest. Special programs were aired on the local PAC 8 television on which the team members displayed their talent. The club president was Eric Tal­ ley; the sponsor was Mr. Paul Black.

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NEVER TALKED OUT

The Hilltalkers: Eric Talley, Mr. Black, Eric Greiner, Greg Hen­ derson, Tom Smith, Warigia Bowman, Linda Ehler, Susan Lindman, Christine Cokal, Moni­ ca Montoya, John Chamberlain, Stan Matthews, John McFarlane, Scott Braithwaite, Ehud Gavron, Lisa Driskell, Todd Erickson, Da­ vid Woodruff


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Office Education Association began this year with a formal in­ stallation ceremony of all officers and boasted 72 members. This year’s officers are Jody Reese, president; Paula Papps, vice-presi­ dent; Dehn Bohl, secretary; Glenda Casedy, treasurer; Pam Whittemore, Parliamentarian; and Cathy Welsh, historian/reporter. The sponsors included Mrs. Sharon York and Mrs. Jolene Barthell, with Mrs. Beverly Moore as honorary advisor. The members par­ ticipated in many activities that fell in line with their objective of sharing. They welcomed the staff back with apples, held a Thanks­ giving Festival of Food, and on Christmas Eve distributed stockings to the patients at LAMC. In February the members participated in the Regional Competition at Monzano, at which they displayed their office skills. Qualifiers then went to State Competition in Albuquerque, and the high place finishers went on to Nationals in Indianapolis.

3. Tough question, huh, Dehn? 4. An apple for the teacher on the first day of school. 5. OEA officers and sponsors; Mrs. Sharon York, Jodi Reese, Glenda Cassidy 2nd row: Mrs. Jolene Barthell, Patty Martinez, Paula Papps, and Pam Whittimore. 6. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. York.


and the Band Played On Home football games and the out-of-town football game against Albuquerque High were filled with the lively sounds and energetic half-time shows of “ Mr. Mac’s Magic Band". Spirit was raised at pep rallies and home basketball games by the Green and Gold pep bands. The band marched in the Homecoming Parade, the State Fair Parade, and the Los Alamos County Fair Parade. They also performed at Ashley Pond during the Los Alamos County Fair and for Veteran’s Day. The drum majors were Lee Anderson and Gavin Holland. The band members elected some winners in a special meeting during which the Flag Corps got the best bops award; Mr. Mac, Mr. Gerheart, and Gavin Holland were nominated for best director, but no one won. Most Likely to be hit was John Keller and Bill McGehee; most “ something” was Carolyn Ford and John Keller. The band members include: Matt Albright, Lee Anderson, Mark Anderson, Elizabeth Atwater, Mirri Barnes, Cynthia Barr, John Bartlit, Stephanie Beguin, Anne Marie Borch, David Bowman, Todd Broste, James Bryan, Christy Burkett, Laura Burkett, Donna Cagliostro, Carolyn Castore, Jackie Christen, Cindy Cichon, Suzi Collins, Diane Croasdell, Jeff Croasdell, Nicole Damran, Anne Dare, Wayne DeMill, Marilyn Dennis, Julie Dresback, Matt Dudziak, Colleen Duffy, Mark Dunn, Matt Erickson, Becky Feuerherd, Scott Field, Carolyn Ford, Katie Forman, Willy Fraser, Dan Fuka, Joe Garcia, Paula Gentry, Ann Gerheart, Mark Gosling, Steve Gosling, Erin Greene, Karen Ftagan, David Fland, Catherine Flardekopf, Greg Flenderson, Charles Flildner, Luke Floffman, Gavin Flolland, Donna Flolmes, Julie Flomuth, Andrea Floyt, Lara Flutson, Chris Flyer, Barbara Jones, Steve Jones, Jim Keller, John Keller, David Kellner, Carole Kottman, Chris Lewis, Desiree Marr, Brian Martin, Sheila Martinez, Pat McCurdy, Steve McDonald, Jennifer McDowell, Bill McGehee, Cynthia McKay, Debbie McLaughlin, Kristi Michaud, Kelly Milligan, Monica Montoya, Pat Moore, Paul Morris, Jennie Mottershead, Karl Mueller, Dan Muir, Tracy Newkirk, Annalisa Nickel, Patty Nex, Kris Orr, Kim Paffenroth, Melissa Pena, Tasha Phillips, Daphne Pinkston, Tony Rayburn, Mary Rice, Susan Rocckwood, Julie Sander, Mike Schermer, Martin Smith, Richard Stallings, Steve Stapleton, Matt Steuerwalt, Nissa Strottman, John Tesmer, David Thomas, Kim Toevs, Jennifer Travis, Janet Upham, Robert Vignato, Steve Wagner, Dan Ward, Krista Whetten, Ann Williams, Dave Williams, Elizabeth Woodruff, Brian Woods, and Ron Yusnukis. 2. Flag Corps Members: Elizabeth Woodruff, Cynthia McKay, Julie Sander, Alicia Meier, Sheri Ware, Michelle Steinkruger, Anne Tillery, Tracy Jackson, Tracy Newkirck, Babette Bibeau, and Tammy Gray. 1. Gavin Flolland— drum major 3. Lee Anderson— drum major 4. Mr. Mac’s Magic Band 5. Clarinet player Diane Croasdell carries the melody Little Drummer Boys

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SING OUT LOUD, Concert choir and Chamber Singers held four concerts this year, including the lively pops concert in May. Many of the members made the all-state choirs and others performed for Solo and Ensemble. Chamber singers sang Christmas carols for the Rotary Club, and for the Retirement Center. They also performed at the junior highs with Encore, the Show Choir. Encore members were chosen by audition from the Chamber singers. They had a dazzling concert of their own in the spring filled with colorful music and exciting choreography. The group also performed for the Education Sorority. Sheldon Kalberg directed all the choirs and Christen Howell arranged the choreogra­ phy. Concert Choir members were: Devi Austin, David Bray, Robin Cessna, Roy Conn, Erika Cooper, Emily Dunwoody, Dric Engleman, Bonnie Hall, Sara Hall, Anita Lee, Karen Michael, Rebecca Mischke, Ty Thi Nquyen, James Olsen, Becky Pomeroy, Kristin Potter, Shawn Pruitt, Julie Sheldon, Cody Springfield, Teresa Taylor, Trisha Teasdale, Pamela Thullen, Thu-Trang Tran, and Anne Tillery, Chamber Singers members included Matt Andre, Adrienne Appert, Jamie Bangerter, Gary Barlich, Kelly Bell, Anne Marie Borch, Lana Brady, Jenni­ fer Brown, Paula Cobb, Karl Dook, Ken Davis, Wayne DeMill, Amy Droke, Karen Engle, Alison Foxx, Dan Giorgi, David Gurley, Collin Haines, Terri Hart, Laura Higgins, Gavin Holland, Kristen Loree, Kristi Michaud, Monica Montoya, Joanna Norman, Stefani Odom, Julie Oliphant, Allen Pack, Hal Patterson, Guatam Pillary, John Rochester, Shije Sollid, Anne Stevens, Steve Stokes, Julie Virchow, Stephen Wag­ ner, Dan Ward, Alan Ware, Gary Washburn, and Anne Wolcott. LAHS Encore members included Matt Andre, Lana Brady, Paula Cobb, Amy Droke, Dan Giorgi, Gavin Holland, Monica Montoya, Stefani Odom, Allen Pack, Hal Patterson, Gautam Pillay, Anne Stevens, Steve Stokes, Dan Ward, and Anne Wolcott. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Club members included (down the steps) Steve Stokes, Steve Agner, Greg Hughes, David Thomas, Alan Ware, Tony Ray­ burn, Anne Marie Borch, Becki Mischke, Karen Ayers and Shel­ don Kalberg, In rows are Dan Giorgi, Charles Farenhaugh, John Rochester Scott Field, Mike Reich, Cabot Norton, Her­ man Espinoza, Jennifer Mottershead, Mary Lou Gillis; (front) Lisa Driskell, Chris Peters, Stefani Odom, Jenine Meston, Su­ san Lindman, Paula Cobb and Lana Brady.

1. Greg Hughes was the main stay to the Olion's lighting. 2. John Rochester and David Thomas were very active Olions. 3. Stephanie Odom, Linda Ehler, Dan Giorgi, and John Rochester with the homecoming float. Paula Cobb undergoes a major transformation with her make up. Mhari Frothingham and Anne Marie Borch look ahead for special affects and curtain cues. 7.S.&9. Good friends Mhari Frothingham, Kris­ ten Loree and Amy Droke were always in 94 on any action.


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The Olion’s productions were all big successes this year. Talented casts and technical crews evoked laughter with their fall production, YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU. The Southwest High School Theater Festival was held in Albuquer­ que on Jan. 11-14. At Festival, Olions attended workshops on many different acting and technical aspects of theater; watched plays performed by other schools around the state. They performed and were critiqued on a shortened version of WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?, directed by Mary Ann Kelly. The spring production DRACULA, was performed on the first two weekends in May. Olions officers were Steven Stokes, President; Mhari Frothingham, Vice-President; Monica Montoya, Secretary; Kristen Loree, Treasurer; and Chres Peters, Historian. Mr. Sheldon Kahiberg was the Olion’s director, and Mary Ann Kelley was Technical Advisor.

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YOUTH LAARC ORGANIZED Youth LAARC was a club in which the high school students had the opportunity to organize special activities for the handicapped students. The club planned at least one activity a month during which they took the handicapped kids out to have fun and be with their peers. Some of their activities were going bowling and then out for pizza. They had a Halloween party, went to the Olionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s production YOU CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T TAKE IT WITH YOU, and had a Christmas party at Marcy Elliot's. Marcy Elliott sponsored Youth LAARC and Sarah Alexander was president.

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The Games Club has been growing in the number of games possessed, and the number of members a year. They were fortunate enough to get eight new games this year, ranging from COSMIC ENCOUN­ TERS to THE SOURCE OF THE NILE, and they hope to get more next year. There were three basic types of games; one on one, multiple-in­ te ra c tiv e , and com puter style games. The club met every Monday afternoon to perfect their game skills and just to have fun. The Game Club was sponsered by Mr. Wilber Berquist, and led by President Bill Lebeda. (Upper right): Games Club mem­ bers: Back Row— Wilbur Bergquist, Jenny Mottershead, Peter Vogel, Bill Goldman, Jim Gary, Bob Malone: Front Row— Henrik Janum, David Fu, Bill Malone, Bill Lebeda, David Wright, and Sheri Newmeyer. (Right): Four bold explorers search for the SOURCE OF THE NILE. 98

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NJROTC PROGRAM DOUBLED Under the direction of Commander GJ. Hopkins and C hief Mike Reek, the NJROTC program nearly doubled since its inception last year, having now 76 cadets. The groups became more well-known to the student body as they formed an Honor Guard which stood with raised swords during the Homecoming Coronation. They also supplied a color guard which per­ formed at all football and basketball games. The NJROTC drill team performed at various functions including Memorial Day and Veteran's Day services. They achieved some success in winning both oftheirgam esatthe first annual softball tournament. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council sponsored several activities during the year. Shaun Morrison was the Student Body Presi­ dent. Following tradition, Student Council put on the Homecoming Dance, ran the queen elections, planned the coronation activities for half-time and for the dance, helped organize the parade and gave cash prizes to the float winners. In December and January, they sponsored a comput­ er dating match up. In February, members of the Stu­ dent Council sold carnations for Valentine’s Day and attended the State Student Council Convention in Hobbs. The council is sponsored by Miss Jennifer Reglien. The council ran the Student Body elections in early May. 1. Junior Class Representatives; Janna Beatty. Agnes Vallejos 2. Sophomore Class Representatives: Kevin Tan, Christine Simonsic, Jodi Butters 3. Shaun Morrison shows his true personality. 4. Senior Class Representatives: (front row) Chris Lynch, Pam Brainerd, Mandy Vrooman, Chris Derrick, Cathy Hardekopf, Jocelyn Mann, Jamie Bangerter, Cindy Barr, Lisa Meeker, (back row) David Carroll, Lee Anderson, Linda Lucero, Sheri Groff, Leslie Heinberg, Carolyn Ford, Erica Kwei, Jeannette Martinez 5. Student Body Representatives: Linda Lucero (Treasurer), Leslie Heinberg (Secretary), Shaun Morrison (President), Lisa Meeker (Public Relations), Janna Beatty (Vice-President) 6. Gar Snider picks out carnations for Valentine's Day.

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DECA SOLD OUT When the before school or mid-morning craving for a candy and coke hit, the DECA store was the place to go. The store was a major part of the club’s activities. Los Alamos DECA is an organization of students enrolled in Marketing and Distributive Education classes. Members receive training in specific job skills and learn of vocational opportunities in the fields of marketing and distribution, how a business functions, and the social responsibilities of business. The DECA students operated the DECA store in the Student Union as a working lab. In addition, second year students can earn course credit for cooperative work experience. This year, DECA members purchased a stero system to provide music to the entire student body in the cafeteria. DECA officers attended a Leadership Conference in Albuquerque in October. This January, over forty students competed at district conference in Santa Fe. The students who placed in their fields at district went to State Development Conference in Albuquerque in March. The students who placed at state went on a great trip to Kansas City in May for the National DECA Conference. For Christmas, DECA students conducted a drive to collect gifts and food that were distributed by Mrs. Rae Douglas, the “ Christmas Lady” . The Christmas tree that served as part of the decoration in the cafeteria was a living pinon which was donated to the Los Alamos Group Home to become a part of their landscaping. DECA was led by Ken Davis, president; Dean Mortensen, vicepresident; Lisa Zimmerly, treasurer; Tom York, representative; Dawn Shook, representative; Cindy Chandler, representative; Tonya Boulden, secretary; Kim Rogers, reporter; and Mrs. Carolyn Watman, sponsor. knomfJpV

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The Key Club was active again this year. The high­ light of the year was the Superdance for Muscular Dystrophy. The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, collected over $400 for UNICEF. They sponsored a child from Peru with the Food for the Hungry pro­ gram. As usual, the Key Club cleaned underneath the bleachers after football games. The members helped with the Triathalon and the Kiwanis Kids’ Day. They also acted as guides for Open House and College Night. This year they began a new program to adopt a grandparent. Members earned points towards go­ ing to the District Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona. Officers for this year were: Leslie Heinberg, presi­ dent; Steve Morrow, vice-president; Pam Brainerd, secretary; and Janie Doolen, treasurer.

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ATHLETICS An increase in membership helped the Lettermen's Club to successfully carry out its ac­ tivities. By tradition, the club chose six lettermen to escort the homecoming court. They also bought the flowers for the cheerleaders, the queen’s court, and the roses for the queen. For the second year they sponsored SPIRIT WEEK in conjunction with winter sports. Lettermen’s club also ran all the concessions for ath­ letic events, with various teams supplying the man power during their off season. They pur­ chased a microwave this year and have in­ creased the variety of foods available at games. The club officers were Gar Snider, president; Ann Cernicek, vice-president; Mandy Vrooman, secretary; Cindy Barr, treasurer. Mrs. Beverlie O’Dell was the club sponsor.

1. Lettermen's club members pictured include left to right: (front row) Dana Holt, Kathy Davis, Andrea Whitcome, Missy Pena, Erica Arendt, Jennifer McDowell, Elise Bradbury, Ann Cernicek, Linda Lucero, Jocylen Mann, Annette Stephens, Mrs. O'Dell, Vennessa Lillberg. (middle row) Gretchen Torres, Pam Brainerd, Mandy Vroo­ man, Lisa Hecker, Debbi Edwards, Cindy Barr, Anne Friar, (top row) Gar Snider, Ross O'Dell, Steve Hong, Doug Buzbee, Ethen Honell. 2. John Jarmillo and Mr. Stoddard run the concessions stand. 3. President Gar Snider conducts the meeting. 4. All dressed up with no where to go. 5. Gar Snider. Mrs. Beverly O'Dell, Steve Hong, and Ross O'Dell plan spirit week.

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HONOR STUDENTS

Flonor Society members included: (3rd row) Annaiisa Nickel, Andrea Floyt, Brian Kingsbury, David Fu, Guatum Pillay, Charles Ferenbaugh, and Doug McKown. (2nd row) Anne Wilcot, Mary Esther Rice, Karen Engel, Jodi Guthals, and David Thomas. (1st row) Carolyn Ford, Jenny Brown, Megan Polzer, Andrea Whitcomb.

(back row) Kathy Coulter, Julie Sanders, Katie Foremann, David Woodruff, Patrick MacRoberts, Jonathan Fradkin, Todd Yasuda, Alex Wade. (2nd row) Rosanne Flumphrey, Cathy Hardekopf, Jim Bryan, Tracy Erkkila, and Ross O'Dell, (front row) Anne Stevens, Sonje Sollid, David Lee, Jennifer McDowell, and Elise Bradbury.

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(back row) Clare Vanderborgh, Kiril Dobrovolsky, Kevin Lee, Marty Shi­ pley, Paul Jackson, Lana Brady, Jo­ anna Norman, and Mrs. Nancy Ter­ ry. (fro n t row) P atty Machen, Kristen Minor, Scott Braithwaite, Karl Saxman, Eddie Karpp, and Rich Karpp.

Honor Society was a group of students with high academic achievements. Its pur­ poses included creating enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulating a desire to render service, promoting worthy leadership, and encouraging the development of character in Los Alamos students. The club’s activities were raising money for a charity by selling M&M’s, having a Teach­ er Appreciation Breakfast, and conducting induction services for new members. Members were chosen according to GPA, leadership abilities, and activities. To be­ come a member, sophomores had to have a 3.8 GPA and juniors and seniors had to have a 3.7. In order to remain in Honor Society, all members had to maintain a 3.6 GPA. Honor Society was sponsored by Mrs. Nancy Terry, Mr. Mel Lora, and Mrs. Bonnie Mabry.

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DRILL TEAM For the first time in five years, there was a drill team at the high school. The interest died out for a few years, but this year several girls showed interest in organizing a drill team once again. The girls worked to find a sponsor and orga­ nized a group consisting of thirty-one members. Eighteen of these thirty-one girls were chosen for their sense of rhythm, grace, spirit, and execution of moves needed to perform in precision shows. The girls who attended man­ datory practices and games each received a LAHS letter. Members practiced five hours a week. They also bought and made their own uniforms. The girls were out to sup­ port our team at every home basketball game and attend­ ed at least one home game of all other sports. Mrs. Diane Moore was their sponsor. (right) Erin Green swings to the left as she dances to the beat. Pictured below and at bottom right are Drill Team members (back) Debbie Harris, Tricia Powers, Erin Green, Jennifer Vorenberg, (middle) Doreen Ybarra, Gillian Harris, Jill Green, Merritt Bingham, (front) Ruthie Montoya, Robin Cutler, Stephanie Bobrowicz, Terri VanHaften, (back) Mary Ann Barton, Michelle Steinkruger, Allyson Smith (manager), (middle) Elizabeth Woodruff, Joanna Bibeau, Karen Simes, Doreen Salazar, (front) Debbie Bagley, Eve Hunter, Debbie Dye, and Dawn Shook. Members not pic­ tured are Dani Clark, Becki Smith, Shannon Henry, Babett Bibeau, Jenni­ fer Hesch, Chrissy Oliver, Connie Stanton, Bryanna Byrd, and Tracy Newkirk. (far right) At a home basketball game, members of the Drill Team Dance Troupe display their talents in a well-practiced, jazzy routine.

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The PEGASUS staff read, discussed, and judged writing and art work submitted by students for publi­ cation in PEGASUS, the school's literary magazine in which students can display their artistic talents. Many fiery debates over final decisions took place before the staff began the long work of publishing. The staff of 10, led by editor Kim Paffenroth, gained experience in many aspects of journalism, including criticism, publishing, and distribution. Sponsors for PEGASUS were Mrs. Peggy Lockridge and Mrs. Lois Sharp of the English Department. Mr. Gary Webb was technical advisor.

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3. PEGASUS staff members included David Woodruff; Kim Paffen­ roth, editor: Angie Lee; Erica Kwei; (front) Irish Teasdale; Alex Parker; Bill Lebeda; Robert Johnson; Jim Gary; and Lana Brady. 4. PEGASUS sponsors Mrs. Peggy Lockridge and Mrs. Lois Sharp posed for a picture. 5. Erica Kwei candidly expresses her opinion on a submission.


SKIERS SKIED POWDER

The Ski Club consisted of nearly seventy members this year. There was an executive board made up of seven people who were elected by the mem­ bers. The board consisted of Anne Ebaugh, Forrest Fukushima, Lisa Flecker, Tammy Marshall, Jenny Martinez, Is­ mael Mena, and Susie Schillaci. They were in charge of making all arrangements for the out of town ski trip s. There were about fifty people who made the first trip of the season to Purgatory on December 10 and 11. They enjoyed the weekend so much that another trip was made later in the season. Ski Club members are (back, left) Jen­ ny Martinez, Kelly Creek, Desiree Gon­ zales, Anita Trezona, Tracy Flaugh, Kathy Atencio, Kristen Minor, Val Apel, Rob Bentley, Cabot Norton; (front, left) Elise Bradbury, Sheri Groff, Hal Patter­ son, Rusty Miller, Forrest Fukushima, Jamie Bangerter, Rob Sharp, Skip Mueller, Mike Schermer, Ish Mena, Dudley Milder, Lisa Hecker, Bruce Fretwell, Anne Ebaugh, Greg Jones, and Sean Reiley. Pajarito Mountain

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BURTON F. BUEHRER Birthplace: Toledo, Ohio Favorite Book: The Winds of War Favorite Music: Country Western Greatest Inspiration: Bill Russell/John F. Ken­ nedy Horoscope Sign: Aries Burton F. “ Burt" Buehrer spent 32 years as an instructor in the Los Alamos school system, 24 of those years at LANS. During this time he coached golf and basketball, and v\/as partially responsible for the success of the golf team in the past years, including one state champion­ ship.


ADMINISTRATION Walter Smith Superintendent of Schools Dennis Holder Assistant Superintendent

William Valigura Principal Skip Dunn Assistant Principal Laura Roush contemplates a differential.

Joy Beery Assistant Principal Don Beene Activities Director

Joe Boguslawski Athletic Director Jean Neely Dean Of Students Bops are Punk! Mr. Valigura and his birthday cake made by Mrs. Koch.

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PARTY PROFILE # 24 8 3 20 NAME: William M. Valigura BIRTHPLACE: Bay City, Texas FAVORITE BOOK: Giants in the Earth FAVORITE MOVIE: Sound of Music GREATEST INSPIRATION: Fam.iy PET PEEVES: Laziness; Someone who says, I can't. Dirty Windows.

WORDS OF INSPIRATION : All things are difficult until they are learned.

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(Above): Mrs. Wilson hungerly devours her lunch at 3:00 PM. Marty Albert Physical Education Jeanne Allen Special Education Linda Anderson French/Spanish

Walter Archuleta Spanish Ray Asbelle Chemistry Jolene Barthell Business

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The Polish labor union Solidarity won a great victory in 1983 when its leader Lech Walesa received the Nobel Peace Prize. The committee which chose Walesa named him “ as an exponent of the active longing for peach which exists, in spite of unequal conditions, unconquered in all the peoples of the world.’’ The selection committee said that the 40-year old labor leader had worked with “ a determined attitude to solve his coun­ try ’s problems through negotiation and cooperation without resorting to violence.’’ He was chosen for his “ contribution, with considerable per­ sonal sacrifice, to ensure the workers’ right to establish their own organi­ zations.’’ Walesa gained fame as the leader of Solidarity when, in 1980, the union forced the Polish government to allow the workers to strike and organize unions. These advances were nullified when Solidarity was banned and martial law imposed on Poland. Walesa said that he was afraid to leave the country to attend the award ceremony in the city of Oslo, Sweden, because the government might not let him return to Poland. “ It’s too big a risk for me,’’ he said. “ I may not be allowed to return and I act as the cement to keep our people together.’’ Walesa was only the second winner of a Nobel Peace Prize ever to come from a Soviet-bloc country, and his selection caused an uproar similar to that which occurred in 1975, when Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov was awarded the prize. Eastern-bloc government officials maintained that the award was highly politically motivated. The Nobel committee, however, claims to be free from political influences.

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Barbara Brazfield Special Education Jack Brower History Burt Buehrer Physical Education Ms. Karen King practices her isometrics while talking on the phone. Sarah Buehrer French Bob Caswell Physics Louie Cernicek Foreign Language

PARTY PROFILE # 90 1 2 5 WILBUR BERGQUIST BIRTHPLACE: Raton, New Mexico FAVORITE BOOK: Herman Hesse’s “ Siddhartha” and Isaac Asimov’s “ Nightfall” and :Foundation” FAVORITE MOVIES: “ The Big Chill” ; “ Dr. Zhivago” ; “ Yellow Submarine” FAVORITE MUSIC: Vivaldi’s “ The Four Seasons” ; Grateful Dead’s “ Sugar Magnolia” ; anything with brass and woodwinds GREATEST INSPIRATION: Dr. Woodburn, a professor whom he studied under, and his parents PET PEEVES: Cold Drafts, loud and gossipy people WORDS OF WISDOM: Keep believing in yourself FAMOUS QUOTE: “ Keep your options open by not closing the doors now— you never know what you’ll need or want to do in the future.”

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Tess Church Biological Sciences

Becky Cordova Home Economics Mary Alice Dalla Betta English Vic Dalla Betta English

Leslie Doran Art Bob Eikleberry Biology Marcy Elliot Special Education

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Mary Finch Mathematics Chris Foster Earth Science (Right); Dave Richert works in his shop.

Chuck Garrett English Jack Gehre Mathematics

Jim Goetzinger Flistory Marilyn Gooley English; Journalism (Right): Becky Cordova contemplates some sheets.

Gordon Floffman Guidance ‘‘Floppy’’Flopkins NJROTC

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Karen King Mathematics

MICHAEL A. REED BIRTHPLACE: Marion, Ohio FAVORITE BOOK: SHOGUN FAVORITE MOVIE: SHOGUN FAVORITE MUSIC: Country & WESTERN GREATEST INSPIRATION: Unknown PET PEEVES: Late Homework WORDS OF WISDOM: “ Ask The Chief” FAMOUS QUOTE: “ I don't get mad— I get even” HOROSCOPE SIGN: Sagittarius

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Peggy Lockridge English Mel Lora Guidance Bonnie Mabry Librarian/IMC

Bob Martin Industrial Arts Jan McDonald Music

Pat Mendius English Beverly Moore Business Education Beverlie Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dell Mathematics

Jim Place Physics Stan Primak Industrial Arts

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Dave Richert Industrial Arts Inez Ross English Lee Schacterle Mathematics

PARTY PROFILE #4-4465 NAME: LOIS SHARP BIRTHPLACE: Ossian, Iowa FAVORITE BOOK: QUIET FLOWS THE DON by Mikhail Sholokhov FAVORITE MOVIE: THE WAY WE WERE FAVORITE MUSIC: Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony PET PEEVES: Bubble gum chewing WORDS OF WISDOM: None QUOTE: “ Gahrbahge.” HOROSCOPE SIGN: Pisces

Tom Shafer Mathematics

Lois Sharp English

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Bill Smith Mathematics Elaine Smith Guidance J.Y.L. Fennel Ministry of Love

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Cathy Strong Mathematics

Denise Swanson Special Education Nancy Terry English Rick Thalman English

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Bob Visel Industrial Arts

Carolyn Wattman DECA Gary Webb Graphic Arts Mary Lou Williams History You can tell a good teacher by the class he/she keeps. Spencer, Darlene Mahoney, Siobhan M itc h e ll, Judy Doran, Darren San­ doval, and Ethan Honnel w ith Jill Green posing at teacher.

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Mr. Dunn and Mrs. Ross are anachronisms in a medieval setting. Bella Armijo

Marilyn Asbridge Kay Byers Della Chiles

Liz Cloutman Cathy Cottingame Laura Crismon

Another Nobel Prize (in literature) was awarded to William Golding, who wrote the novel LORD OF THE FLIES. The book deals with man’s savagery and barbarianism, as manifested by a group of young boys marooned on a tropical island. No sooner had the prize been awarded, though, than one of the judges responsible for Golding's selection, Artur Lundkvist, denounced the author as a “ small English phenomenon of no great interest” and stated that he had been excluded from the decision-making process. In making this statement, Lundkvist shocked officials, since his words violated the established rules of secrecy, maintained by the Swedish crown. Lars Gyllenstein, chairman of the selection committee, said there were no irregularities in Golding's selection. He compared Golding to Herman Melville and to Jonathan Swift. “ They must think I am good,” said Golding when he learned of his award.

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Jill Forman Business Education Cynthia Flayden Advisement Secretary

Virginia Flill General Duty/Cafeteria Marsha Flunt A.V. Clerk

Mr. Asbelle explains the finer points of chemistry. Mary Ann Kelley Civic Aud. Secretary Mr. Brower peruses through his favorite magazine, (left)

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Coach Albert contemplates the next play, (right) Fidel Sandoval. Lala Trujillo, and Jose Martinez.

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Alice Lundberg CRC Wilberta Macmann Athletic Directorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Secretary Dorathy Morgan Science

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Diane Moore Guidance Secretary

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Gail Murphy Guidance Aide

CHESTER W. SMITH BIRTHPLACE: Stirling, Illinois FAVORITE BOOK: THE CARDINAL FAVORITE MOVIE: THE SOUND OF MUSIC FAVORITE MUSIC: Big Band Era GREATEST INSPIRATION: Those who keep trying despite the odds PET PEEVES: Anyone who fails to keep their word WORDS OF WISDOM: Be Yourself HOROSCOPE SIGN: Capricorn

Mary Nichols English Aide Barbara Nutter Music/Activities Secretary Chet Smith Campus Aide

Tragedy occurred on September 6, 1983, when Korean Air Lines Flight 007 was destroyed by Russian aircraft after the 747 had supposedly violated Soviet airspace. On board the liner were 61 American passengers, including Georgia congressman Lawrence P. McDonald. The incident was considered an atrocity by all. Congress­ man Thomas Harnett said of the event: “ Attacking an unarmed civilian plane is like attacking a school bus.” Citizens all over the world were outraged. President Reagan denounced the attack as a “ barbaric act” and implied that the action revealed the Soviets to have even baser motives than those reflected in the 1979 Afghanistan invasion. The Soviet Union remained quiet for almost two days, then issued a belated account of an “ unidentified plane” that had “ rudely violated the state border and intruded deep into Soviet airspace.” TASS, the Soviet news agency, acknowledged that warning shots were fired at the plane, but refused to admit shooting the liner down. The death toll was the fifth highest in aviation history. The response of the world to this hideous act is best summed up in the words of Jeane Kirkpatrick, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations: “ Straying off course is not recognized as a capital crime by civilized nations.”

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Ed Rauchfuss Central Media Center Nurse Edie Rowen School Medical Center

Marilyn Ryan School Graphic Artist Jeanne Whetstone English Aide

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Terry Schlosser Receptionist/Main Office Andrea “ Andie” Taylor Data Processing AJ. Robinson Building Trades

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Mark Anderson Erika Arendt

Paul Arendt Brant Armstrong

Ill Moore Arnold Kathie Atencio

Guy Baker Jaki Ball 1. A cluttered locker is a sign of a genius. 2. Kelly Creek and Bobby Jo Lindstrom enthusiastically pass between classes. Boyd Bangerter Keri Bardwell

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DATAGRAPH NAME: Chris Hertrich BIRTHPLACE: Hamilton, Ohio FAVORITE TV SHOW: M’^A^S’^H, The A-Team FAVORITE MOVIE: Rocky HOROSCOPE SIGN: Aries FAVORITE PASTTIMES: Motorcycle Trials HOBBIES: BMX and Motorcycles FAVORITE TYPE OF MUSIC: All Types FAVORITE FOOD: Dr. Pepper, Pizza, Hamburgers

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Natalie Barnett Mary Ann Barton Mary Barts Jef Bateman Craig Baughman Janna Beatty Angela Beckman Steph Beguin

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Donnette Carter Christy Chiles Leslie Chowdhuri Jessica Christian Sue Cichon Robert Clark

Monica Coburn Suzy Collins Erica Cooper Bill Corcoran Kathy Coulter Kelly Creek

Lois Criscuolo Katy Cross Carla Cruz Robert Cunningham Robin Cutler Karen Dahlby

Christine Danen Anne Dare David J. Demas

David DeVries Letha Dison Kint Dobrovolsky

Maya Draisin Colleen Duffy Emily Dunv\/oody Abracadabra! Rise, Oh Magic Ball! says Peter Vogel. Deborah Dye Anthony Eckhardt Susan Eichor

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Karen Engle Matt Erickson Karen Feldman Beckie Feuerherd Stefan Filer Nancy Foley

Charles Forest Katie Forman Jonathon Fradkin Amy Fraser Laura Fraser Scott Fuehrer

Darryl Gardner Jim Gary Ehud Gavron Leslie Geno Jeff George Ann Gerheart El Gibson Neil Gido Gary Gill Penny Gillespie Debbie Gladson Greg Glover

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A TOUR THROUGH MY LOCKER by Kerry Honsinger Many lockers are ransacked dump and mine is no exception. It stands in the farthest dungeons of E-wing surrounded by others who have met the same fate, they were invaded by a typical sloppy student. The combina­ tion dial is immovable and rusted with age. The outside panel is a dull coffee shade and is covered with so called “ modern art.” Inside the locker, which stands three feet tall, is a jumble of coverless books, torn folders, loose papers and, of course, last week’s lunch, smelling of tuna fish and infested with cockroaches. Halfway up, sits a crumbling shelf about ready to collapse with broken pencils, sticky pop cans and blackened erasers perched on its decaying v\/ooden surface. Hanging from three hooks (the other two have broken off) is my dusty jacket, cobwebs and free-falling string. Across from this on the inside of the door are my two sole stickers, one black and white, the other a spectrum of colors, both beginning to peel off. I guess I would describe my locker as a pigsty, but if anyone thinks it is the worst, take a look at the one next door.

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Lucinda Gurule Jody Guthals Evan Gutierrez Ron Gutierrez Perry Handy Catherine Hanlon

Mike Hannaford Jon Hanold Jeff Hanson Cindy Harrison Robbie Hartway Lisa Harshman

Richard Hansen Tammy Harvey David Hayes Linda Hecker Trent Henderson Mark Henins

Shannon Henry Chris Hertrich

Jennifer Hesch Tami Hildner Jeff Ratliff, you devil!

Heather Hindman Tony Hinsley

Kara Hoffman Mark Homuth Meagan Honey Ethan Honnell Greg Hughes Amy Hunter

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Barbara Jones Glen Jones Jeannie Jones Jennifer Jones Jim Keller Brian Kelly

Peter Kent Nichola Kephart Wendy Kewish Ellen Kim Brian Kingsbury Patty Kise

Monica Kjellman Diana Kleinfelder Beth Klingler David Knab Carol Kottman Audrey Kozubal

Mike Kristal Matt Ladish

Chris Landt David Larotonda â&#x20AC;&#x153; He used that line on me last week," muses Saika Fazal. Also pictured are Wayde Morse, Kelly Kelso, Susan Blair, Yvette Martinez and Shanna Stelzer. Kris Larson Laurie Lazarus


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Stan Mathews Don Marek Wanda Matuszak Mike Max Jennifer McDowell Cindy McKay

DATAGRAPH Debbie McLaughlin Steve McCurdy Jenine Meston

Kim Meyer Kristie Michaud William Miller

Siobhan Deirore Mitchell Steve Moore Dean Mortensen

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NAME: Susie Murphy BIRTHPLACE; Albuquerque, New Mexico FAVORITE BOOK: To Kill a Mockingbird FAVORITE MOVIE: Officer and a Gentleman FAVORITE MUSIC: New Wave INSPIRATION: The mountains PET PEEVE: poor eating habits HOBBIES: Hiking, running, swimming HOROSCOPE SIGN: Cancer FAVORITE PASTIME: eating, drawing, skiing


Students use their IMC time wisely.

Ken Moss Jennifer Mottershead Susie Murphy Laura Nelson Sherri Newmyer Patricia Nix

Henry Noerdlinger Joanna Norman Chrissy Oliver Sheril Oliver Kris Orr Ray Pacheco

Paul Parkin Tom Parkinson Eric Payne Melissa Pena Steve Pervorse Cathy Pierce

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Alan Prebyl John Preeg Tony Rayburn Trudi Rexroth Cynthia Riley Ray Rivera

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Karen Robinson Tracy Rowe Tracy Ruffe

Michelle Russell Hannah Rutten Doreen Salazar Julie Sander Tori Sargent Susie Schillaci

Jennifer Schmidt Jeff Schuyler Bill Schwalm Marieken Shaner Lisa Sharp Daniel Shaw

Douglas Shaw Dawn Shook Eddy Shunk Laura Siemon Tom Sims DeAnna Skinner

Greg Smith Martin Smith Mike Solano Terri Sowell David Souders Nancy Spallitta

Darrin Stafford Beckey Stanley Connie Stanton Jackie Steedle Jim Stein Timothy Stelts

Greg Stewart Sandy Stewart Steven Stewart Trisha Teasdale Wade Thomas Elizabeth Thompson

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Art Walker Jay Waller Kevin Wampler Alan Ware Sheri Ware Robert Warren

Ron Warren Gary Washburn Eddie White Andrea Wickham Joe Williams Wes Williams

Amanda Wilson Jill Wilson Christina Wipf Anne Wolcott Paul Wolfe David Woodruff

Elizabeth Woodruff Sayuri Yamada Doreen Ybarra Tom York Mike Young Lisa Zimmerly

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CLASS OF 1986 IN MEMORY OF PATRICK ISMAEL MEDINA In the fall of the 1983-1984 school year, Patrick Medina began his sophomore year at Los Alamos High School. He enjoyed the very short time he spent here. Patrick was well liked and considered a friendly and loving person. Because of his love for the outdoors, he enjoyed fishing, camping, hik­ ing, hunting, and biking. Patrick’sfamily feels privi­ leged to have had Pat as a son and a brother. The years they spent with him were filled with love. Patrick has touched the hearts of many people who knew him. We will all remember him for the bright and outgoing person he was and the fine example he set for others. Patrick passed away on October 7, 1983.

Scott Adair Matt Albright Matt Alcouffe Sean Apgar Mike Archuleta Steven Armijo

David Armstrong Brian Arthur Elizabeth Atwater Devi Austen Karen Ayers Tom Baber

Rachel Babovich David Baer Debbie Bagley Eddie Baldwin Alan Barnes Mirri Barnes

Brenda Barr Brent Bawden Tim Bartos Angela Bates Karen Bennion John Bentley

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Susan Blair Alex Bohl John Borrego Warigia Bowman Connie Bradley Michelle Braithwaite

Sue Brewton Chris Bridwell Siobhan Brown Steve Branch Annette Brown Jeff Brucker

Kenneth Bunckley Christy Burkett Mike Burris Jodi Butters Donna Cagliostro Robin Cessna

John Chamberlin Jacqueline Christen Brett Chandler Elena Nunez Mara Christian Wade Chroninger

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Corol Croley Nicole Damran Chris DeGasperi Erica DeMuth Connie Doolen Robert Dowler

Amy Droke Deborah Duchane Donna Dudziak Kathy Dunagan Kevin Dussart Greg Dye

Heidi-Rose Edgett Laura Edinger Todd Erickson Hernan Espinoza Scott Everett Tom Fate

Saika Fazal Jenny Fehlau Keri Felts David Ferguson John Finch Kristin Fitzgerald

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Bruce Fretwell Gary Fuehrer Daniel Fuka Craig Fukushima

John Fullbright Pat Garcia Ronnie Garcia Mark Gaw

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Brian Arthur resins his bow.

Danny George Amanda Gibson Lee Gibson Keith Gido

Lisa Gill Connie Gillespie Mary Lou Gillis Steve Gosling

Brent Granere Jill Green Stacy Gregory Ellen Marie Guenette

Todd Hackett Sara Hall Lynda Halloran David Harbur

Beth Hardie Matt Harlow Debbie Harris Gillian Harris Darlene Harvey Mairi Harvey

Joseph Haughacy Greg Henderson Andy Henins Rita Herbst Kelley Herrmann Pat Hertrich

Dave Higbie Laura Higgins Chuck Hildner Ray Hillman Heather Hintze Mark Hiteman

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Randy Hodges Luke Hoffman Lisa Hoffman Bill Horn K.C. Holder Donna Holmes

Julie Homuth Kerry Honsinger Alene Hopkins Jim Huff Paul Humphrey Eve Hunter

David Jackson Julie Jackson Dan Jacobson Wendy James Michelle Jaramillo Dan Jason

Stuart Jensen Scot Johnson Billy Jones Bob Jones Tamara Jones Jill Kave

Steve Kearns Paul Keaton David Kellner Ricky Kelly Sean Kelly Kelly Kelso

Kristin Kenyon Kami Key Cheryl Knab Brian Koffeler David Kramer Steve Krause Stephanie Kutac BJ. Ladabour Albert La Jeunesse Kris Larson Chuck Lauer Bill Lebeda

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DATAGRAPH NAME: Tracy Newkirk BIRTHPLACE: Pasadena, California. FAVORITE BOOK: NO ONE HERE GETS OUT ALIVE. FAVORITE MOVIE: Risky Business FAVORITE MUSIC: New Wave GREATEST INSPIRATION: Friends PET PEEVES: When someone talks about the same thing all day long. FAVORITE PASTIME: Going out with a group. HOROSCOPE SIGN: Leo HOBBIES: Ice skating, bowling

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Robert Meehan Spencer Menlove Donna Michel Karen Michael Chliu Mie Dick Chris Miller

Kelly Millison Becki Mischke Robert Mitchell Jennifer Montoya Ruthie Montoya Pat Moore

Wayde Morse Kent Mortensen

Chris Motley Karl Mueller â&#x2013; I 1 Typing is for the birds.

Dan Muir Tracy Newkirk Scott Neuls Cabot Norton Jason Oakley James Olson Steve Orth Anthony Ortiz

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Jean Parker Carey Pennewall Gary Perrault Chris Peterson Tasha Phillips Greg PirkI

Johathon Poore Dawnette Pompeo Steve Porter Ken Potter Shawn Prueitt Eric Reese

Steve Reese Sean Reilly Mike Reisch Billy Reynolds Danny Ridlon Mike Riepe

Tony Rivera Susan Rockwood Randy Rodriguez Anita Romero Dennis Rover Lesley Roybal

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Max Sappenfield Rex Sappenfield Marcie Sapir George Sarwinski Keturah Schilling Garrett Seawright

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NAME: Wayde Morse BIRTHPLACE: Los Angeles, California FAVORITE BOOK: EARTHLIGHT, by Arthur C. Clark FAVORITE MOVIE: Monty Python and the Wholy Grail. FAVORITE MUSIC: New Wave GREATEST INSPIRATION: Future PET PEEVES: Bops WORDS OF INSPIRATION: UGH!!! FAVORITE PASTIME: Bum around; watch MTV; soccer. HOROSCOPE SIGN: Scorpio HOBBIES: Sports, music “ QUOTE” : “ Wake up to life.”

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D.J. Wallace Ellen Walton John Welch Krista Whetten Sarah Whitaker Tandy Whittimore

Ann Williams David Williams Stacie Wood David Wright Dan Wynn Katie Young

Brian Zongker Tim App Eric Engleman Tami Lorhding Kai Wolf

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CHEERLEADING BECAME NEWEST VARSITY SPORT

1. Penny Gillespie, Nancy Maret, Amanda Wilson, Lisa Sharp, Donna DiMarco (captain), Dana Holt, Sarah Alexander, Cathy Davis. 2. Varsity cheerleaders violate state law. 3. Having fun with coaches Barbara Brazfield and Dawn Morris. 4. Life as a Siamese twin is rough. 5. The J.V. cheerleaders wait for the cross country team. 6. Becky Spooner, Jennifer Montoya, Connie Gillespie, Angie Bates (captain), Mara Christian, Diana Bequette.

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The 1983-84 Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders started their year in June when they attended the Rocky Mountain Cheerleading Camp in Pueblo, Colorado. While they were there, they received two Superior Awards, one Excellent Award, and a Spirit Stick. Many hours were spent over the summer raising money by selling snow cones and holding garage sales in addition to regular practices. The varsity cheerleaders cover all varsity sports from September to April. With the guidance of their two coaches, Barbara Brazfield and Dawn Morris, the cheerleaders also put on the Sweethearts Dance in February and took part in the state cheerleading competition held in Albuquerque in March. This was the first squad in the history of Los Alamos High School to take part in the competition. This was also the first year that cheerleading was named a varsity sport.

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Life in the trenches Luis Trujillo reaches for a pass. B.J. Ladabour kicks to the corner. Keith Johnson puts it through the posts.


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Team members include Kirk Albert, Chuck Kotter, Tim Voos, Scott Fuehrer, Eddie Lu­ cero, Gary Washburn, Ron Garcia, Skip Mueller, Leroy Montoya, Rainer Tyler, Albert LaJeunesse, Patrick McRoberts, Coach Tom Shafer, Jon Geno, Mark Harris, John Guy, Joe Saldana, Darryl Gardner, Kevin Baker, Steve Trujillo, Bill Corcoran, Darrek Hernan­ dez, Bob Umstead, Kelly Kelso, Rob Sharp, Coach Bobby Zilinski, Coach Marty Albert, David LaRotunda, David Dick, Ian MacDon­ ald, Keith Johnson, Andy Fox, Brent Butler, Eric Talley, David DeVries, JJ. Lazzaro, Ray Pacheco, BJ. Ladabour, David Ortega, Rog­ er Warren, Coach Bill Kovacevich, Rico Reese, Trent Henderson, Jonathon Fradkin, Tony Hensley, Jim Stein, Todd Frybarger, Mark Crawford, Luis Trujillo, Ron Warren, Wade VanBuren, Steven Morrow, Pat Honsinger, Randy Findley, Coach Mark Houston, and not pictured Dave Osborn and Rob Bent­ ley.

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BOYS SOCCER TOOK DISTRICT When the varsity soccer team began its season, the goal was to take the district and state championships. With the coaching of Vic Dalla Betta and Louie Cernicek, the team accomplished a 12-2 record, winning District lAAAA. The offense was led by seniors Ismael Mena, Sean Tape, and Jeff Ratliff. Mike Schillaci turned in a great performance as goalie, being rated no 3 in the state with his 108 saves. The team won a birth to the state tournament and ironically lost their opening game to Cibola, a team which had beaten them in 1982, by the same score in the same game, at the same time, a year before. The hilltopper defense, strengthened by sophomores Evan Palmer and John Finch, was a key factor in the team success this year. The only first team All-State player was John Finch in the defense position. The 2nd team honors went to Ismael Mena and Matt Andrae. Honorable mentions went to seniors Jay Cappis and Jeff Ratliff, and goalie Mike Schillaci, and to sophomores Greg PirkI, Evan Palmer, and Wayde Morse. Team members include: Coach Vic Dalla Betta, Greg Pirkle, Forest Fukushima, Tim Haarman, Per Nordlander, Sean Tape, Mike Schillaci, Eric Ander­ son, Paul Arendt, Jeff Kelley, Jay Cappis, and Wayde Morse. First row: John Preeg, Mike Young, Matt Andrae, Ismael Mena, Jeff Ratliff, Evan Palmer, David Lee, and Billy Beckman.

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OPPONENT Highland Academy Sandia Santa Fe High West Mesa Cibola Eldorado Alb. High Del Norte Valley Santa Fe Prep Rio Grande Santa Fe High

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JUNIOR VARSITY LOST ONLY ONE The JV Boys’ Soccer squad finished an excellent year, compiling an impressive 11 win 1 loss record. Defensively, the team was anchored by the strong playing of Steve Watanabe, Jason Oakley, Wayne McCorkle, Luke Hoffman, and Kevin Tan. Goalie Richard Ruminer turned in an outstanding performance allowing only 10 goals all season. Having an offense which could only be described as overpower­ ing, the Toppers booted in a staggering 70 goals. Craig Fukushima, David Cernicek, Dan Rice, Fred Noerdlinger, John Newell, John Preeg, Gary McDonald and Dennis Vasilik all combined in this true team effort. At the helm for the Toppers were Coaches Jiri Kubicek and Peter Walker, who led a very young JV squad to the state’s top ranking. Team members include Jiri Kubicek, Rich Ruminer, John Newell, Doug Alcouffe, Doug Cross, David Kramer, Bill Reynolds, Luke Hoffman, Mike Burris, Wayne McCorkle, Gary Mac Donald, John Preeg, Jason Cakley, Will Shephard, Fred Noerdlinger, Kevin Tan, Craig Fukushima, Dan Rice, Steve Watanabe, Corey Kashiwa, Tom Covert, David Cernicek, and Scott Allen.

1. A Topper JV sends the ball into action. 2. John Newell shows off his ball handling. 3. Team picture. 4. Craig Fuku­ shima engages a defender. 5. Doug Cross moves the ball down the field.

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SCOREBOARD LA 5 2 13 9 12 7 3 3 6 6 1 3

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CPPCNENT Highland Academy Santa Fe Santa Fe Prep Bernalillo Santa Fe Taos St. Michaels Taos Santa Fe Prep Academy Santa Fe


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GIRLS SOCCER WON STATE TITLE With 16 returning players, 8 of them seniors, the girls Varsity soccer team continued to build their already impressive image as a state champion. Head Coach Doug Challenger and assistant Gail Murphy saw their team score 108 points, while they held their opponents to a mere 6. The team was led by Ann Cernicek who led all scoring state wide with 92 points. Goalies Pam Candler and Debbie Torres allowed only 3 points each. Debbi Edwards, Ann Cernicek, Mandy Vrooman, Cindy Barr, and Erika Arendt were named to the first team All-State Team. Adrienne Appert was named to the 2nd team and Rocky Polk and Pam Candler were honorable mentions. Their final record was 16 wins against 1 loss against Academy early in the season. At the state tournament they defeated Del Norte 5-0, West Mesa 5-1, and Eldorado 3-0, sweeping the state in talent, goals scored, and wins accumulated. The 1983 State Championship Girls Soccer Team: Coach Doug Challenger, manager Linda Hecker, Michelle Braithwaite, Anne Williams, D'Neale Parker, Pam Candler, Debbie Torres, Erika Arendt, Cathy Welsh, Adrienne Appert, Jeanette Martinez, manager Maya Draisin, and Assistant Coach Gail Murphy. Front row: Lisa Hecker, Elise Bradbury, Valerie Appert, Kristi Morse, Mandy Vrooman, Rebecca Farnum, Cindy Barr, Debbi Edwards, Rocky Polk, Ann Cernicek, and Janna Beatty. Below: Debbie Torres dives for the save. 1. Debbi Edwards kicks from the corner. 2. Concentration shown by Mandy Vrooman. 3. Ann Cernicek moves in for the shot. 4. Debbie Torres saves a near goal.

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CROSS COUNTRY HAD METTLE The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams experienced an outstanding season, as last year’s rookies became this year’s varsity team. The boys’ varsity was consistently led by freshman Matt Young, with senior Steve Mitchell and freshman Doug Dahlby providing support. The girls were led by Karen Dahlby again. Julie Groff and Ngeci Bowman showed strong improvement, helping the girls’ team to strong finishings in almost all the meets. Annette Stevens, a newcomer to the team, startled the entire team by winning the first race she ever ran in the girls’ C-team race at the Espanola Invitational. Next year, the boys’ team will lose only five runners to graduation and the girls only one, setting the stage for a possible state championship as this year’s relatively young members gain another year of experience. Matt Young and Karen Dahlby qualified for the state meet. 1.) The Boys Varsity team; Doug Dahlby, Steve Mitchell, Max Sappenfield, Matt Young, Bob Mitchell, Gerry Lauer, Rex Sappenfield. 2.) The Girls Varsity team; Christina Wipf, Karen Dahlby, Julie Groff, Jody Guthals, Rachel Albright, Ngeci Bowman, Susie Murphy. 3.) The girls start at the head of the pack at the beginning of the District Championships. 4.) Ngeci Bowman catches her breath after completing a tough race. 5.) Matt Young shows the agony of de­ feat. 6.) Head coach, Larry Jeffryes.

VARSITY SCHEDULE Boys Espanola 2 nd Alamosa, 1 st 4th Bernalillo West Mesa 3rd 5th Del Norte Capitol City 1 st L.A. Invite 1 st Academy 5th District 3rd State —

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JUNIOR VARSITY WAS YOUf 1. The girls J.V. Team includes Elizabeth Barclay, Rigia Bowman, Kim Veitch, An­ n e tte Stephens, K irsten Linberg, Tammy Hildner, Kathy Atencio, Karen Cummings, and Michele Routfe. 2. The Topper assistant coach Arlene Hansborough keeps track of the team. 3. Tammy Hildner watches where she places her feet. 4. Rachel Albright sprints the last stretch. 5. The boys J.V. Team includes Eric Engleman, Ken Sherwood, Jesse Taylor, Mike Hirons, John Welch, David Laemmie, Dusty Dodson, John Alcouffe, Keith Goldman, Matt Walters, Ricky Stallings, and Mike Bieniewski. 6 . Ken Sherwood looks for a short cut. 7. John Welch rounds the corner. 8. Mike Bieniewski warms up prior to the meet.

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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL 2ND DISTRICT Determination, confidence, and patience proved to be the key to a successful season for the varsity team. Under the coaching of Jeanne Quinn, the strategic offense was led by the setting of Janie Doolen and Michelle Russell, along with the powerful spiking of Cesca Chevez, Dehn Bohl, and Dawn Tibbetts. Gretchen Torres and Andrea Wickham were threatening to any team with their awesome serves. Laura Siemon was intimidating with her key blocks and spikes. Kerry Honsinger moved up to the varsity squad mid-season and she never disappointed the team with her performance. The team ended the season with an impressive record of 11-5 and went into the District Tournament with a record of 4-1, seeded 2nd. Los­ ing a hard-fought game to #1 ranked Santa Fe, the squad finished 2nd. Four members of the team were tagged with AllDistrict honors, they were seniors Dehn Bohl, Francesca Chavez, Dawn Tibbetts, and Gretchen Torres. The team also advanced to the State tournament, where they lost to Roswell in the opening round. Team members include Andrea Wickham, Dawn Tibbetts, Laura Siemon, Mgr. Diane Croasdell, Michelle Russell, Dehn Bohl, Francesca Chavez, Gretchen Torres, Janie Doolen, and Kerry Honsinger.

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JV TEAM WON IMPRESSIVELY Team members included Colleen Duffy, Debbie Harris, Ellen Marie Guenette, Katie Young, Connie Doolen, Janet Upham, Annette Brown, Lynda Halloran, Debbie Smith, Lisa Harshman, Beckie Feuerherd, and Kelly Hermann.

SCOREBOARD LA 15-8 11-15 15-10 15-4 15-9 15-9 15-10 11-15 15-8 15-12 15-11 8-15 15-7 15-8 15-8 7-15 3-15 15-4 15-5 3-15 15-7 15-12 15-9 15-1 16-14 15-8 15-2 15-3 6-15 15-11 15-2

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Consistency could easily describe the JV team, which impressively won every game but one. Under the coaching of Trudi Foreman, the squad cruised to a 12-1 season. The team which consisted of only two juniors, Beckie Feuerherd and Lisa Flarshman, and ten sophomores, never forgot the meaning of teamwork. Any six players could be placed on the court and the outcome would be the sameâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; a victory. The JV team, even though they are young, looks forward to a very promising 1984 season.

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TANKERS SWAM TO STATE CHAMPIONSHIP The swim team continued its proud tradition winning both the boys’ and girls’ state championships. The boys team took their ninth consecutive title, while the girls won their ninth title in ten years. Turning in excellent performances for the boys were seniors John Valentine, Todd Broste, and Jim Frederickson, while anchoring the girls were juniors Laura Nelson and Lara Hudson. Coach Steve Meyer was obviously pleased with both squads seasons, and he expressed his loyalty to the team by shaving his head after the State Meet. He is expecting a strong turnout for next year’s team. 1.

Natalie Miller and Amy Henninger. Second row: Chliu Mie Dick, Kari Thompson, Audra Humphrey, Tamara Klein, Emily Dunwoody, Anna Forest, Katie Forman, Laura Nelson, Nancy Spallitta and Lara Hutson. Third row: Assistant Coach Julie Johnston, Laura Edinger, Desiree Marr, Suzy Collins, Missy Pena. John MacFarlane, Mike Lyons, Jay Allen. Gary Fuehrer, Tim Whitecotton and Head Coach Steve Myers. Back row: Brian Woods, John Valentine, Pat McLaughlin, Chris Motley, Jim Frederickson, Matt Walters, Todd Broste, Tom MacFarlane, Howard Frederickson and David Motley. Not pictured: Eric Boland, Reanna Sharp and Gar Snider.

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WRESTLERS IN REBUILDING SEASON

With the support and guidance of first year head coach Mark Houston and assistant coach Rick Thalman, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wrestling team had a rebuilding season. Four juniors and five sophomore varsity wrestlers made up the young team who had to work hard for success. Doug Buzbee, a junior, and sophomore Ed Fowner both had good seasons, leading the team in wins. Both coaches are looking forward to having two full squads next year when the ninth grade comes to the high school. 1. 2. 3. 4.

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CAGERS HAD “THE RIGHT STUFF” This year’s basketball squad entered the season with an uneviable challenge: that of taking a team which lost four starters from the previous year, and still matching its '83 success. How­ ever, while speculation flourished, the Toppers quietly rolled to an incredible 22-4 record which left both fans and opponents in awe and gave the Toppers an easy District Championship. Emerging as a virtual “ scoring machine’’ was senior Paul Maley, who finished the season as one of the state’s top for­ wards. Senior intimidaters Mark Gosling and Carlos Woodson were always able to take-up the slack if Maley was covered too heavily. The Toppers defensive strength was also evident, as senior guard Ross O’Dell kept the pressure on and made some re­ markable plays. The boards were hit hard by both the starting front line and a vastly improved leaper, David Rhodes. The Hilltopper varsity basketball team was made up of; (front row) manager Ethan Honnell, K.C. Holder, Rick Lujan, Ross O’Dell, Joe Williams and Randy Hodges. (Back row) John Pot­ ter, Luis Trujillo, David Rhodes, Mark Gosling, Paul Maley, Car­ los Woodson, Joe Foster, head coach Bill Smith and assistant coach Joe Leistikow.

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JV GAINED MOMENTUM The junior varisty basketball team began their season with some disappointments, but by mid-season improved their record with a five game winning streak. The team found some balanced scoring with newcomer Nate Newsome, Dean Mortenson, Pat McCormick, and Jay Waller and Pat Garcia. By mid-season the defense had come together with the patient coaching of Joe Leistikow and the wins became more consistent. All in all, the team was young, but proved to be competitive and showed a lot of poise. Team members included Kent Mortenson, Nate Newsome, Ricky Lujan, Dean Mortenson; Manager Ethan Honnell, Pat Garcia, Will Stoipe, Joe Foster, Jay Waller, Pat McCormick, Randy Hodges and Coach Joe Leistikow.

SCOREBOARD OPPONENT Sandia Tucumcari Albuq. High St. Pius Highland Alamosa West Mesa Valley Santa Fe LagunaAcoma LagunaAcoma Gallop Espanola Farmington Del Norte Santa Fe Gallup Farmington Espanola Del Norte

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1. Joe Foster hotshoots over a Knight defender. 2. Joe Leistikow. 3. Nate Newsome jumps for two. 4. Dean Mortenson comes up under the basket. 5. Pat McCormick goes for a save.

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1. Coach Z. goes over strategy. 2. Bobby Umstad trips over a Demon. 3. Billy Jones applies the press. 4. Pat Garcia drives to the basket.

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SCOREBOARD Opponent Santa Fe Prep Pojoaque Taos Pojoaque Santa Fe Laguna Acoma Taos Gallup Farmington Santa Fe Espanola St, Catherines Gallup Farmington

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The 1984 Hilltopper Basketball C-Team included: Bobby Umstead, Alex Bohl, Rick Ulibarri, Steve Branch, Pat McCurdy, Brian Keffler, David Ortega, James Olson, T.J. Spitzmiller, Matt Albright, Jeff Croasdell. Coach Bobby Zilinski, and Not Pictured: Steve Gosling, Billy Jones, and Pat Garcia.

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The girls’ varsity team continued its tradition as a perenial powerhouse in District lAAAA this season. Under thi guidance of 3-year coach, Chuck Garrett, the Toppers got off to one of their best starts ever, sporting a perfect recor( after eleven games. The successful season was accomplished with a team composed mainly of juniors. For this reasor Coach Garrett is optimistic about the prospects for next year’s squad as well.

The 1983-84 girls’ varsity basketball team included: front row, left to right, manager Erica DeMuth, head coach Chuck arrett and manager Kathy McClain. Back row: assistant coach Theresa Redman, Julie Verchow, Nancy Foley, Kerry Flonsigner, Susan Gregory, Pam Candler, Laura Siemon, Monica Kjellman, Anne Friar, Ann Cernicek Tori Sargent JiJi Jones, and Assistant Coach Tom Shafer. ’ ’

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1. Jiji Jones drives for two points. 2. Anne “ Frye” Friar goes for a jump shot. 3. Team picture. 4. Laura Siemon goes over a Santa Fe player for two. 5. Coach Garrett looks over the team. 6. A look of concentration by captain Susan Greg­ ory.

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JV GIRLS VERY RESPECTABLE

The junior varsity girls’ basketball team stressed fundamentals en route to posting a respectable season record. Th team’s consistently fine performances made them a tough act to follow for the varsity. Among the leaders in the Topper’ scoring drive were Debbi Smith and D’Neal Parker, while Karen Bennion helped control the defensive boards. The coache for this year’s J.V. squad were Theresa Redman and Tom Shafer. They were both pleased with the team’s performance The 1983-84 girls’ junior varsity basketball team includes: front row, left to right, Stacie Wood, Karen Bennion, Kelle Herrmann, Marieken Shaner, and Stacy Gregory. Back row: assistant coach Tom Shafer, Theresa Redman, Agne Vallejos, D’Neal Parker, Annette Brown, Carol Crane, Debbi Smith, Michelle Braithwaite, Ellen Marie Guennette, manage Erica DeMuth and manager Kathy McClain.

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GYMNASTS SCORED IMPRESSIVELY With only three returning lettermen, the gymnastics squad began this year a bit young and inexperienced. However, their poise and hard work allowed them to post consistently fine performances against such schools as Santa Fe, Highland, and Ci­ bola. Pacing the Toppers this year were two experienced underclassmen. Junior Susie Murphy and freshman Shannon Wilson were solid throughout the year, and both went on to compete in the state tournament. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team was coached by Hank Blackwell and his assistant Cathy Cottingame. The gymnastics team included: sitting in front, managers Kate Blewett and Karen Robinson. On beam, left to right, Susie Murphy, Debbie Harris, Coach Cathy Cottingame, Jenny Barrick, Amy Stanley, Coach Hank Blackwell, Pam Brainerd, Shannon Wilson, Kirsten Boudreau, Janna Beatty, and Tracy Flaugh.

1. Amy Stanley poses on beam. 2. Shannon Wilson shows her splits. 3. Janna, Amy, Debbie, Jenny and Shannon casually warm up. 4. Cathy Cottingame assists Susie Murphy on beam. 5. Pam Brainerd swings on the bars.

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Tennis Was Served The young girls’ tennis team was lead by senior Gretchen Torres. She was helped by Jennifer McDowell and Cindy Brown who also turned in strong performances. The boys’ team had six returning letterman. Among them were Steve Hong, Mick Backsen, Ken Brown, Bern Baumgartner, Kjell Kjellman and Gary MacDonald. 1. Craig Millroy, Jeff Marts, Chris Johnston, Scott Cartwringt, Mark Mack, Bruce Fretwell, Jim Bryan, Brain Wickam, Scott Steel, Micheal Lorio, Donny Forhand, Coach Bruce Norman, Steve Hong, Mick Backsen, Ken Brown, Bern Baumgartner, Kjell Kjellman, Gary MacDonald. 3. Coach Jeanne Whetstone, Angie Lee, Gretchen Torres, Maya Drasin, Jennifer McDowell, Monica Kjellman, Linda Halloran, Karen Robinson, Cindy Brown, Kate Blewitt, and Lara Mascaroni.

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ANOTHER AWESOME SEASON The 1984 Topper Boys’ Track Team included (Seated) (R-L) Randy Findley, David DeVries, Ronnie Warren, Rob Sharp. Front Row: Assistant coach Phil Garcia, manager Mike Flirons, Luke Hoffman, Chris Derrick, Steve Trujillo, Matt Alcouffe, Rex Sappenfield, Steve Mitchell, head coach Tim Parker. Second Row: Eric Engleman, John Welch, Jim Gary, Trent Henderson, Chuck Ney, Jeff Croasdell, Jim Fredrickson. Back Row: Morgan Kirby, Chris Hertrich, Louis Bremer, Jonathan Fradkin, Will Stoipe, Scot Johnson, Mark Crawford. (Below Right:) Trent Henderson demonstrates the fine art of how not to trip over a hurdle. (Below Left:) Steve "Trudge” Trujillo prepares for another winning hurl. (Below Far Right:) Per Nordlander and Garrett Seawright pound out another agonizing warm-up lap.

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SCHEDULE Alb. High-Rio Grande-Del Norte Los Lunas Highland-Valley, Alb. High Dual Santa Fe Manzano Relays Capitol City Alb. High Los Alamos Invitational District State

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The 1984 Los Alamos High School Girlsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Track Team included: (front row) Jennifer Jones, Beth Klinger. Yvette Martinez, Susie Schillaci, Connie Doolen, Anita Romero, Susan Blair, Beth Hardie, Kathy Atencio, and Pam Brainerd. Second row: Linda Lucero, Jocelyn Mann, Lisa Harshman, Rachel Albright, Tamara Jones, Lisa Hofmann, Gillian Harris, Audrey Kozubal, JiJi Jones, and Julie Virchow. Third row: Coach Bill Kovacevich, Beckie Feuerherd, Francesca Chavez, Glenda Casedy, Diane Croasdell, Tami Hildner, Laura Edinger, Tori Sargent, Angela Beckman, Christine Wipf, Julie Groff, and Coach Cathy Cottingame.

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GIRLS RAN BASES Experience was one of the key words that described the 1984 girls’ varsity softball team. Some of the team’s returning letter owners included; seniors Annette Stephens, Tammy Marshall, Leona Hodges, and Susan Lindman. Returning juniors were: Pam Candler, Andrea Wickham, and Debbie Gladson. The sophomore class added a good share of members to the varsity squad as well. The team was led by the experience of pitcher Annette Stephens, with strong support from Leona Hodges, Tammy Marshall, and Pam Candler. The team was young and had strong potential for state competition in the forthcoming seasons as well as the 1984 season.

1. Leona Hodges shows her style. 2. Andrea Wickham lets one go. 3. Tracy Tucker runs for first as teammates watch where the ball goes. 4. Stacie Wood digs one out of the dirt. 5. Debbi Smith grabs a fly ball. 6. "C'mon Katy Young. You can throw it!”

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GOLFERS BIRDIE 1. Ron Yasnukus, Ron Siemon, Tim Johnson and Richard Wake­ field 2. Wright attempts to clear sandtrap. 3. Christi Lundberg, Charlie Sutton, Kim Klein and Christy Chiles. 4. Laura Siemon, Susan Gregory, Annette Miller and Barbi Chiles.

Coach Chuck Garrett had seven golfers on the boys’ team and seven on the girls’ team. Tim John­ son, Ron Siemon and Richard Wakefield were the only three returning lettermen. With many under­ classmen on the team, we look for some top scores in the coming years. Contrary to our usual weather patterns, this year’s teams had excellent weather in late February and early March which enabled them to hit the links ear­ lyThe State Tournament was held at Roswell.

1984 Schedule Albuquerque (Arroyo Del Oso) APS Invitational Albuquerque (Sunport) Grants Albuquerque (Arroyo Del Oso) Albuquerque (Ladera) Albuquerque (Academy) Socorro Invitational Los Alamos Invitationa Albuquerque (Ladera) Capitol City Invite Socorro Invitational Santa Fe Farmington Invitational State Belen

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5. Richard Wakefield lines up the ball. 6. Kim Klein drives without a license. 7. Brian Zongker, Wade Van Buren, Steve Gosling, Pat Garcia, Steve Stapleton, George Sarwinski and Mike Williams.

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1984 SENIOR ATHLET SUCCESS IS PIECE OF MIND WHICH IS A DIRECT RESULT OF SELF-SATISFACTION IN KNOWING YOU DID YOUR BEST TO BECOME THE BEST THAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF BECOMING. This section is dedicated to all those seniors who put forth the time and effort to make 1983-84 LAHS athletics the best it could be. JOHN J. ALCOUFEE Cross Country 3,4 Track 2,3 SARAH BETH ALEXANDER Cheerleader 2,3,4 United States Achievement Academy 4 ERIC ANDERSON Soccer 2,3,4 MATT ANDRE Soccer 2,3,4 ADRIENNE APPERT Soccer 2,3,4 Track 2 MICK BACKSON Tennis 2,3,4 KEVIN BAKER Football 2,3,4 Basketball 2 Track 2,3 CINDY BARR Soccer 1,2,3,4; All-State 1st Team 4 Basketball 2 BERN BAUMGARTNER Swimming 2,3 Tennis 3,4 DEHN L. BOHL Volleyball 2,3,4; All-District 4 Track 2,3,4 PAM BRAINERD Gymnastics 2,3,4; Captain 4 Track 4 TODD BROSTE Swimming 1,2,3,4 BRENT MICHAEL BUTLER Football 2,3,4 Track 2,3 JAY CAPPIS Soccer 2,3,4; Captain 4; All-District 3; AllState 4 GLENDA CASEDY Basketball 2,3 Track 2,3,4 ANN CERNICEK Soccer 1,2,3,4; All-State 2,3,4; Captain 4 All-American 4 210 Basketball 2,3,4


FRANCESCA CHAVEZ Volleyball 2,3,4; All-District 4, All-State Honorable Mention 4 Captain 4 Track 2,3,4 MARK CRAWFORD Football 2,3,4 Track 4

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TIM JOHNSON Basketball 2,3 Golf 2,3,4 KIM KLEIN Volleyball 2 Golf 2,3,4

JERRY LAUER Cross Country 3,4 J.J. LAZZARO Football 2,3,4

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Gretchen Torres collides at the net. GARRICK WAYNE SNIDER Diving 8th, 1,2,3.4 Swimming 4 ANNETTE STEPHENS Softball 2,3,4 Basketball 2,3 Cross Country 4

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SEAN TAPE Soccer 2,3,4 DAWN TIBBETTS Volleyball 2,3,4; All-District 4

GRETCHEN TORRES Tennis 8th, 1,2,3,4; MVP 1,2,3, Captain 3,4 Volleyball 2,3,4; All-District 4, All-State Honorable Mention 4, Co-captain 4 LUIS TRUJILLO Football 3,4; All-District 4 Basketball 2,3,4 STEVEN PAUL TRUJILLO Football 2,3,4; All-District 4, All-State Honorable Mention 4 Track 2,3,4 JOHN VALENTINE Swimming 1,2,3,4; captain 4 WADE VAN BUREN Football 2,3,4 TIM VOOS Football 3,4 Basketball 3 MANDY VROOMAN Soccer 2,3,4; Honorable Mention AllState 3, All-State 4, Co-captain 4 Track 2 RICHARD WAKEFIELD Golf 2,3,4 214


ROGER WARREN Eootball 2,3,4 Basketball 3 CATHY WELSH Soccer 1,2,3,4 MIKE WILLIAMS Golf 2,3,4 CARLOS WOODSON Basketball 2,3,4; Captain 4; All-State 3,4 Track 3,4 RON YUSNUKIS Golf 2,3,4

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SCHOOL BOARD Baker Dolly 119 Hill Dennis 119 Holder Dennis 118 Honsinger Marian 119 Lyons Peter 118 Pendegrass Ann 119 Smith Walter 118 ADMINISTRATORS Valigura Bill 118 Dunn Skip 118, 12 Beery Joyce 118 Boguslawski Joe 118 Beene Don 118 Neely Jean 118 FACULTY Albert Marty 12, 120, 133, 165 Allen Jeanne 120 Anderson Linda 120 Asbelle Ray 120, 132 Barthell Jolene 85, 120 Bergquist Wilbur 39, 98, 121 Black Paul 84, 121 Blackstone Betty 121 Boedeker Marga 121 Brazfield Barbara 122, 162 Brower Jack 122, 133 Buehrer Burt 166, 122 Buehrer Sarah 122 Caswell Bob 122 Cernicek Louie 123, 169 Challenger Doug 123, 172 Christopherson Tom 123 Church Tess 123 Codova Becky 123, 124 Dalla Betta Mary 123 Dalla Betta Vic 123, 168, 169 Doran Leslie 123 Eikleberry Bob 123 Elliott Marcy 123 Finch Mary 124 Foster Chris 124 Garret Chuck 22, 124, 192, 193 Gehre Jack 124 Goetzinger Jim 124 Gooley Marilynn 124 Hoffman Gordon 124 Hopkins Hoppy 124 Jacobson Carole 22, 125 Kalberg Sheldon 20, 21, 94, 125 King Karen 22, 123, 125 Lockridge 114, 126 Lora Mel 126 Mabry Bonnie 123, 126 Martin Bob 126 McDonald Jan 126 Mendius Pat 22, 126 Moore Beverly 85, 126 O'dell Beverlie 12, 109, 126 Palmer Barbara 126 Place Jim 126 Primak Stan 126 Redman Theresa 127, 192 Reed Mike Reglien Jennifer 78, 127 Richer! Dave 124, 127 Ross Inez 81, 127 Rowen Edie 135 Schachterle Lee 127 Shafer Tom 127, 165, 192 Sharp Lois 114, 127 Stoddard Jeff 109, 125 Strong Cathy 12 Terry Nancy 111

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Thalman Rick 183 Williams Mary Lou 38 Wilson Dee 120, 130 York Sharon 85, 130 Zilinski Bobby 6, 130, 165, 167, 190, 191 Zilinski Regina 130 STAFF Hayden Cynthia 132 Hunt Marsha 132 Kelley Mary Ann 132 Koch Betty 132 Macmann Wilberta 133 Moore Diane 134 Nutter Barbara 134 Smith Arlene 135 Taylor Mary 135 Hill Virginia 132 Long Marilyn 133 Loughran Sarah 133 Lundberg Alice 133 Morgan Dorathy 133 Morris Dawn 162 Murphy Gail 134, 172 Robinson AJ. 135 Schlosser Terry 135 Smith Chet 134 Whetstone Jeanne 135 Rauchfuss Ed 135 Ryan Marilyn 135 Taylor Andie 135 Garcia Odie 121 Geelan Edna 121 Provensano Debbie 121 Vigil Susie 121 Martinez Jose 133 Romero Fidel 133 Trujillo Lala 133 Foreman Trudi 181 Hansborough Arlene 176 Houston Mark 165, 184 Jeffryes Larry 174 Johnston Julie 182 Kovacevich Bill 165, 167 Myers Steve 182 Leistikow Joe 188 SENIORS ALCOUFFE JOHN 74, 176 ALEXANDER SARAH 38, 71, 162 ANDERSON ERIC 38, 165, 169 ANDERSON LEE 6, 38, 86. 89, 102, 107 ANDRAE MATT 38, 92, 93, 168 APEL VALERIE 19, 38, 43, 107, 115 APPERT ADRIENNE 38, 92, 172 ARMSTRONG RON 39 BACKSEN MICHAEL 39 BAKER KEVIN 39, 165, 166 BANGERTER JAMIE 39, 49, 92, 102, 115 BARLICH GARY 12, 39, 88, 90, 91, 92 BARR CYNTHIA 40, 86, 102, 107, 109, 172 BARR SANDRA 40 BARTLIT JOHN 40, 45, 86, 88 BATES DENNIS 40 BAUMGARTNER BERN 19, 40, 109 BENAVIDEZ RENEE 40 BEQUETTE LAURA 40 BETTINGER JANET 40 BIBEAU BABETTE 40, 86 BLEWETT PETER 40 BOBROWICZ PATTI 40 BOHL DEHN 40, 59, 78, 85, 178

BOULDEN TONYA 40, 105 BOYER CHERYL 41 BRADY LANA 39, 79, 92, 94, 111, 114 BRAINERD PAM 41, 78, 102, 107, 109 BRAITHWAITE SCOTT 20, 21, 41, 84, 111 BREMER LOUIS 41 BROSTE TODD 41, 86, 89, 182 BROWN CRAIG 41, 184 BROWN GREG 41 BROWN JENNIFER 41, 92, 110 BROWN SHELLEY 41, 88 BUSCH JOHN 41, 79 BUTLER BRENT 41, 165, 33 CAMERON ELIZABETH 42 CAPPIS JAY 19, 42, 109, 168, 169 CARROLL DAVID 42, 102, 107 CASEDY GLENDA 42, 85 CASH LISA 42 CASTORE CAROLYN 42, 86 CATLETT CHRIS 43 CERNICEK ANN 43, 72, 109, 172, 192 CHANDLER CYNTHIA 105 CHAVEZ CESCA 19, 43, 178 CHAVEZ GINA 43 CHUTKOW JOHN 43, 88 CICHON CINDY 43, 86, 88 CLARK CYNTHIA 44 COKAL KRISTINE 44, 84 CONN CAROL 44 COOK KARL 92, 93 CORDELL BRETT 44 CRAWFORD MARK 44, 166 CROASDELL DIANE 44, 86, 178 CROMEENES KIM 44 CUMMINGS DEAN 44 DANNA JOSEPH 44 DAM JENNIFER 44 DAVIS CATHERINE 44, 109, 162 DAVIS KENNETH 44, 92, 105 DEAN STEVE 45 DEMILL WAYNE 45, 86, 92 DENNIS MARILYN 45, 86 DERRICK CHRIS 9, 74, 102, 107 DICK DAVID 45, 165 DIMARCO DONNA 19. 45. 79, 162 DOOLEN JANE 8, 19, 45, 75, 107, 178, 33 DORAN JUDY 46 DOWNES PAM 46 DRESBACK JULIE 46, 86, 31 DRISKELL LISA 46, 84, 94 DROSS DOUGLAS 47 DUDZIAK MATT 47, 86, 88 DUNN MARK 47, 86, 88 EBAUGH ANNE 8, 47, 115 EDDLEMAN LORI 47 WARDS DEBORAH 47, 72, 78. 109, 172 EHLER LINDA 47, 84, 94 ENGLAND RHONDA 47 ERKKILA TRACY 47, 110 ERPENBECK ERIC 47 FEHLAU PAUL 47 FERENBAUGH CHARLES 47. 94, 110

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FOX ANDREW 48, 165 FOXX ALISON 48, 92 FRANCE BRIAN 48 FREDERICKSON JAMES 12. 48, 182,183 FRIAR ANNE 48, 109, 192, 193 FROTHINGHAM MHARI 74, 94 FRYBARGER TODD 12, 48 FUKUSHIMA FORREST 8, 48, 115, 168 FULLERTON LINDA 49 GASKILL CHRISTINE 49 GEHRE JUSTIN 49, 99 GEHRMANN JOHN 49 GENO JON 49, 165 GENTRY PAULA 49. 86. 88 GILL KEVIN 50 GIORGI DANIEL 20, 21, 50, 92, 94 GIRARD WENDY 50 GOLDMAN WILLIAM 50, 98, 99 GONZALES DESIREE 50. 115 GOSLING MARK 50, 86 GRAHAM PAMELA 50 GRALL RUSSELL 50 GRAY TAMMY 50, 86, 75 GREEN DAWN 50 GREENWOOD JON 50 GREGORY SUSAN 50, 192, 193 GROFF SHERI 51, 102, 115 GURLEY DAVID 51, 92 GUY JOHN 51, 165 HAARMANN TIM 51. 73, 168 HAGAN KAREN 51, 86 HAHN LAWRENCE 51 HAINES COLLIN 51, 92 HAND DAVID 51, 86 HANKS RONALD 51 HANSSON MARIA 74, 80 HARDEKOPF CATHERINE 51, 86, 102,107, no HARLOW JOHN 51 HARRIS MARK 52, 57, 165 HARRIS MARYBETH 52 HART TERESA 52, 92 HAVENS TERRI 52 HECKER LISA 8, 13, 52, 57, 79, 102, 109, 115, 172, 31 HEINBERG LESLIE 52, 79, 102, 107 HERNANDEZ DARREK 52, 165, 33 HESCH BRIAN 53 HIGBIE JENNIFER 53, 66 HIRONS MICHAEL 53, 176 HODGES LEONA 53, 206 HOFFMAN BEN 7, 17, 53, 79. 31 HOFMANN DAVID 54 HOLLAND GAVIN 49. 54, 86, 88, 92 HOLT DANA 54, 79, 109, 162 HONG STEVE 54. 109 HONSINGER PAT 9, 54, 66, 165, 166, 33 HORN LINDA 54 HOYT ANDREA 54, 86, 88, 89, 91,

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JONES LEE 55 JONES STEVE 55, 86, 88, 89 JUVELAND OLAF 55 KARPP EDWARD 55, 111 KARPP RICHARD 55, 111 KEARNS CYNTHIA 55 KELLER JOHN 56, 86, 88 KELLEY JEFF 56, 168 KELLEY SARA 56 KELLNER MICHAEL 56 KENYON MATT 12, 56 KERR MARGOT 56 KILCZER ERIC 57 KILCZER LINDA 57 KIRBY MORGAN 57 KISE DEBRA 57 KJELLMAN KJELL 57 KLAPETSKY ROBERT 57 KLEIN KIMBERLY 57 KRUSE TERI 57 KWEI ERICA 57, 90, 91, 102, 114, 31 LAUER GERALD 174 LAZZARO JOHN 57, 165 LEECHES CANDICE 57 LEIF MIKE 58 LILLBERG VANESSA 58, 109 LINDMAN SUSAN 58, 84, 94 LINDSTROM BOBBI JO 58, 139 LOCKHART MARGARET 58 LOREE KRISTEN 10, 58, 92, 94 LUCERO LINDA 58, 78, 102, 109 LUJAN BERTHA 33, 58 LYNCH CHRIS 58, 102 MACDONALD IAN 165 MACHEN PATTY 58, 90, 91, 111 MAIER ALYCIA 58, 86, 90 MALENFANT LAURA 58 MALEY PAUL 19, 59, 109 MANN JOCELYN 59, 102, 109 MARET NANCY 59, 162 MARSH ZEEANN 59 MARSHALL DANA 59 MARSHALL TAMARA 59 MARTINEZ JEANNETTE 60, 63, 79, 102, 172 MARTINEZ JENNY 60, 69, 115 MARTINEZ PATRICIA 85 MARTINEZ RALPH 60 MCCABE CATHERINE 60 MCCLENDON KAY 60 MCCOMAS DEEDRA 60 MCCORMICK KIM 60, 79 MCGEHEE MARTHA 60 MCKOWN DOUGLAS 60, 110 McNEIL LORI 60 MEADE JULIE 60 MEDINA RAMONA 60 MEIER GREG 60 MENA ISMAEL 59, 60, 115, 168 METZGER DANIEL 60 MEYERCHRISTIANS VICTORIA 60 MILDER DUDLEY 61, 115 MILLER RUSSELL 61, 73, 115 MINOR KRISTEN 61, 107, 111, 115 MITCHELL STEVEN 61, 174 MONTOYA LEROY 61, 165 MONTOYA MONICA 61, 84, 86, 89, 92 MONTOYA PATRICIA 61 MOORE SARAH 62 MORRIS CHRIS 62 MORRIS JOHN 62 MORRIS PAUL 43, 62, 86, 33 MORRISON SHAUN 6, 8, 62, 78, 102

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MORTON BYRON 62 MUNDIS JENNIFER 62 MYERS FRANK 62, 71 NAIVAR MARK 62 NEY CHARLES 62 NICKEL ANNALISA 62, 86, 89, 110 NORDLANDER PER 64, 80, 168 NORTON LAUREN 64 NOVAK CURTIS 64 O'DELL ROSS 13, 19, 63, 64, 109, no, 33 ODOM STEFANI 64, 92, 94 OLIPHANT JULIA 64, 92 ORBESEN KAREN 64 OSBORNE DAVID 17 PACK ALLEN 88, 92, 75 PAFFENROTH KIM 64, 86, 114 PAPPS PAULA 64, 85 PARKER ALEXANDER 114 PATTERSON HAL 47, 64, 92, 115, 31, 33 PATTON DONALD 64 PEACOCK KATHERINE 64 PEASLEE ROBERT 65 PETERS CHRESTINE 21, 65, 94 PILLAY GAUTAM 65, 92, 110 PLATT VAN MICHAEL 65 POLZER MEGAN 65, 110 POORE ROBERT 65 RA EL GARY 65 RASMUSSEN CURTIS 65 RATLIFF JEFF 65, 168 RE KAREN 65 REED MICHAEL 65 REESE JODY 19, 65, 85 RHODES DAVID 66 ROCHESTER JOHN 66, 92, 94 RODGERS KIM 66 ROMERO MARTHA 66 ROUSH LAURA 66 RUTHERFORD TIM 66 RUTLEDGE DAWN 67 RUTTEN JULIE 74 SALDANA JOSEPH 67, 165 SANDOVAL MARGARET 67 SAXMAN KARL 67, 111 SCHERMER MICHAEL 7, 67, 86, 88,115 SCHILLACI MICHAEL 68, 69, 168, 169 SCHLEFT BILL 67 SCHLEFT VICTORIA 67 SCHNURR DEAN 67 SHARP RAEANNA 67 SHELDON JULIA 67, 92, 75 SHIPLEY MARTIN 68, 75, 111 SMITH CHRISTOPHER 67 SMITH JOE 67 SNIDER GARRICK 68, 79, 102, 109, 183 SOFALY CHERYL 68, 90 SOLLID SONJE 68, 110 STAHLE LEE 68 STELE ROBERT 9, 68 STEINKAMP CYNTHIA 68 STEINKRUGER MICHELE 86, 112 STEPHENS ANNETTE 68, 81, 109, 176 STEVENS ANNE 45, 68, 90, 91, 92, 110

STOKES STEVEN 20, 92, 94, 75 SUTTON CAROLANN 68 SWANSON AUGUST 68 TALLEY ERIC 69, 78, 84, 165 TAPE SEAN 69, 168 TESMER JEFF 69 THOMAS DAVID 69, 86, 94, 110

THOMAS KIM 69 THOMPSON KIRK 69 TIBBETTS DAWN 70, 178 TORRES GRETCHEN 16, 19, 18, 53, 70, 109, 178 TOWN MICHELLE 10 TRUJILLO LUIS 70, 164 TRUJILLO STEVE 9, 70, 165, 33 TUBB TRACY 70 TYLER MARTIN 70, 165 VALENTINE JOHN 182 VANBUREN WADE 70 VANHAAFTEN ALICIA 70 VERGAMINI ANTHONY 70 VIDRINE KIM 13, 70 VOOS TIM 70, 165 VROOMAN AMANDA 47, 71, 102, 107, 109, 172 WADLINGER JOAN 71 WAGGLE KAREN 71 WAKEFIELD RICHARD 71 WALDSCHMIDT ROSEMARY 71 WALTHER DOUGLAS 71 WAMPLER TERRANCE 72, 33 WAMPLER VALERIE 72 WARD DAN 72, 86, 88, 92 WARREN ROGER 72, 165 WELSH CATHERINE 72, 172 WHITE KRISTINE 72 WHITTEMORE PAMELA 73, 85 WILLIAMS BARBARA 73 WILLIAMS DAVID 73, 86, 88 WILLIAMS MICHAEL 73 WILLIAMS TIMOTHY 73 WIRTH JANET 73 WOODRUFF DAVID 74, 84, 110 WOODSON CARLOS 19, 53, 74, 109, 33 YASUDATODD 74, 110 YOUNG CHRIS 74 YUSNUKIS RON 74, 86, 88 ZALMA RALPH 74 ZONGKER TODD 74 JUNIORS ALBRIGHT RACHEL 107, 138, 174 ALLEN SCOTT 10, 138, 169 ANDERSON MARK 86, 138 ARENDT ERIKA 019, 138, 172 ARENDT PAUL 138, 168 ARMSTRONG BRANT 138 ARNOLD MOORE 33, 138 ATENCIO KATHLEEN 115, 138, 176 BAKER GUY 138 BALL JACQUELINE 138 BANGERTER BOYD 138 BARDWELL KERI 138 BARKER TRACY 138 BARNES KATHY 107, 138 BARNETT NATALIE 139 BARTON MARYANN 112, 139 BARTS MARY 139 BATEMAN JEFFREY 139 BAUGHMAN CRAIG 139 BEATTY JANNA 102, 139, 172 BECKMAN ANGELA 139 BEGUIN STEPHANIE 86, 139 BELL KELLY 90, 92, 139 BEQUETTE DIANA 17, 162 BIDDY BRIAN 139 BLANTON(MAURY)139 BLEWETT KATHLEEN 107, 139 BOBROWICZ STEPHANIE 112 BOLSTAD TROY 139 BORCH ANNE MARIE 86, 88, 92,

94, 139 BORREGO DANIEL 139 BOUDREAU KIRSTEN 139 BOWLING DAVID 139 BOWMAN DAVID 86, 88, 139 BOYD CODY 139 BRADBURY ELISE 109, 110, 115, 139, 172 BRAY DAVID 92, 139 BREEN JAMES 139 BRIDWELL CHRIS 139 BROWN KENNETH 139 BRYAN JAMES 6, 86, 99, 110, 139 BURKETT LAURA 86, 139 BUZBEE DOUGLAS 109, 139, 184 CANADA SUZANNE R 107, 139 CANDLER PAMELA 139, 172, 192 CAPPIS ANDREW 139 CARTER DONNETTE 140 CHILES CHRISTINA 140 CHOWDHURI LESLIE 140 CHRISTIAN JESSICA 107, 140 CICHON SUE ANN 140 CLARK ROBERT 140 COBURN MONICA 140 COLLINS DEBORA 140 COLLINS SUZANNE 86, 89, 91, 182 COOPER ERIKA 92, 140 CORCORAN WILLIAM F 140, 165 COULTER KATHRYN 110, 140 CREEK KELLY 115, 140 CRISCUOLO LOUIS 107, 140 CROSS CATHERINE 140 CRUZ CARLA 140 CUNNINGHAM ROBERT 140 CUTLER ROBIN 112, 140 DAHLBY KAREN 81, 90, 140, 174 DANEN CHRISTINE 140 DARE ANNE 86, 140 DEMAS DAVID 140 DEVRIES DAVID 140, 165 DISON LETHA 140 DOBROVOLSKY KIRIL 12, 90, 91, 111, 140 DRAISIN MAYA 11, 140, 172 DUFFY COLLEEN 86, 140, 181 DUNWOODY EMILY 92, 140, 182 DYE DEBORAH 112, 140 EICHOR SUSAN 140 ENGEL KAREN 88, 90, 91, 92, 110, 140 ERICKSON MATTHEW 86, 88, 141 ECKHARDT ANTHONY 140 FELDMAN KAREN 141 FEUERHERD REBECCA 86, 141, 181 FILER STEFAN 88, 141 FLAUGH TRACY 115 FOLEY NANCY 141, 192 FOREST CHARLES 81, 141 FORMAN KATHERINE 86, 88, 91, 110, 141, 182 FRADKIN JONATHAN 110, 141, 165 FRASER AMY 141 FRASER LAURA 141 FU DAVID 81, 90, 91, 98, 99, 110 FUEHRER SCOTT 141, 165 GARDNER DARRYL 141, 165 GARY JAMES 79, 98, 114, 141 GAVRON EHUD 84, 141 GENO LESLEY A 141 GEORGE JEFFREY A 141 GERHEART ANN 86, 141 GIBSON ELENA 141 GIDO NEIL 88, 141

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SHAW DANIEL 146 SHOOK DAWN L 105, 112, 146 SHUNK EDWARD R 146 SIEMON LAURA J 146, 178, 192, 193 SIMES THOMAS 146 SKINNER DEANNA S 146 SMITH ALLYSON K 112 SMITH D GREGORY 146 SMITH MARTIN 86, 88, 146 SOLANO MICHAEL 146 SOUDERS DAVID 146 SOWELL TERRI L 146 SPALLITTA NANCY A 146, 182 STAFFORD DARRIN P 146 STANLEY BECKEY 146 STANTON CONNIE 104, 146 STEEDLE JACQUELINE 146 STEIN JAMES 146, 165 STELTS TIM 146 STEWART GREGORY 146 STEWART SANDRA 146 STEWART STEVEN 146 TEASDALE TRISHA 92, 114, 146 THOMAS JEFFREY 104, 146 THOMPSON ELIZABETH 146 THULLEN KARL 90, 91, 147 TILLERY ANNE 86, 90, 91, 92, 147 TORRES DEBRA 105, 147, 172 TRAN THU-TRANS 92 TRAPPLE JOE 147 TREZONA ANITA 115, 147 TUCKER THOMAS 159 TUCKER TRACY J 147, 206 VALLEJOS AGNES 102, 147, 194 VANDERBORGH CLAIRE 90, 91, 111, 147 VANDYCK CHRISTOPHER 147 VANLYSSEL KENNETH 147 VASILIK DENNIS 147 VIGNATO ROBERT 86, 147 VIRCHOW JULIE 92, 147, 192 VOGEL PETER 98, 147 WACHOCKI SUSAN 147 WADE ALEX 110, 147 WAGGLE CAROL 147 WAGNER STEPHEN 86, 92, 94, 147 WALKER ARTHUR 147 WALLER JAY 147, 188 WAMPLER KEVIN 147 WARE ALAN 92, 94, 147 WARE SHERI 86, 88, 147 WARREN ROBERT 99, 147 WARREN RONALD 147 WASHBURN GARY 92, 147, 165 WATSON SCOTT 99 WHITE EDWIN 147 WICKHAM ANDREA 90, 91, 109, n o , 147, 178, 206 WILLIAMS JOSEPH 147 WILLIAMS WES M 147 WILSON AMANDA 6, 147, 162, 33 WILSON JILL 96, 147 WIPF CHRISTINA 90, 91, 147, 174 WOLCOTT ANNE 92, 110, 147 WOLFE PAUL 147 WOODRUFF DAVIS 114, 99, 147 WOODRUFF ELIZABETH 86, 112, 147 WOODS BRIAN 86, 182 YORK THOMAS 90, 147 YOUNG MICHAEL 147, 168 ZIMMERLY LISA 105, 147 SOPHOMORES ADAIR SCOTT 150

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JACKSON JULIE 154 JACOBSON DAN 154 JAMES WENDY 154 JARAMILLO MICHELLE 154 JASON DANIEL 154, 184 JENSEN STUART 154 JOHNSON SCOT 154 JONES ROBERT 154 JONES TAMARA 154 JONES WILLIAM 154, 190 KAVE JILL 154 KEARNS STEVE 154 KEATON PAUL 154 KEFFELER BRIAN 154, 191 KELLNER DAVID 86, 154 KELLY RICKY 154 KELLY SEAN 154 KELSO KELLY 154, 165, 184 KENYON KRISTIN 154 KEY KAMI 90, 154 KLINGNER BETH 90, 143, 33 KNAB CHERYL 154 KOTTER CHUCK 165 KRAMER DAVID 154, 169 KRAUSSE STEPHEN 154 KUTAC STEPHANIE 154 LADABOUR BJ 154, 164, 165 LA JEUHESSE ALBERT 154, 164 LARSON KRIS 154 LAUER CHARLES 154 LEBEDA WILLIAM 98, 114, 154 LEMON SCOTT 155 LEWIS CHRISTOPHER 86, 155 LEWIS DARRELL 155 LEYBA LINDA 155 LINDBERG KRISTIN 155, 176 LINDHOLM ERICA 155 LOCHABAY JENNIFER 155 LOHRDING TAMI 96, 159 LOPEZ CHARLES 155 LOPEZ DARREN 155 LORIO KRISTA 107, 155 LOVATO ELFEGO 155 LUGINBILL HOLLY 155 LUJAN RICK 155, 188 LYONS MICHAEL 155, 182 MACEK DANIEL 155 MACFARLANE JOHN 81, 84, 90, 91, 155, 182, 183 MADLAND WILLIAM 90, 91, 155 MAES CYNTHIA 155 MAEZ PATRICK 155 MALONE ROBERT 98, 155 MANDELL STEPHEN 155 MARGIOTTA JOHN 155 MARR DESIREE 86, 89, 155, 182 MARSHALL FRANK 155 MARTIN BRIAN 86, 88, 155 MARTINEZ KENNETH 155 MARTINEZ MELISSA 155 MARTINEZ YVETTE 155 MAYER RONALD 90, 155 MCCABE ALAN 155 MCCLAIN KATHY 155, 192, 194 MCCORMICK PATRICK 155, 188 MCCURDY PATRICK 86, 155, 191 MCDONALD STEPHEN 60, 86, 156 MCGEHEE WILLIAM 86, 88, 156 MCKAY MICHAEL 156 MCLARTY SHANA 107, 156 MCLELLAN RICHARD 156 MCNEESE CATHERINE 107, 156 MEEHAN ROBERT 156 MENLOVE SPENCER 156 MICHAEL KAREN 92, 156 MICHEL DONNA 156 MILLER CHRISTINE 156

MILLIGAN KELLY 86, 88, 156 MIRANDA RICHARD 104 MISCHKE REBECCA 21, 90, 92, 94, 156 MITCHELL ROBERT 90, 156, 174, 184 MONTOYA JENNIFER 156, 162 MONTOYA RUTH 112, 156 MOORE PATRICK 86. 88, 156 MORSE WAYDE 156, 168, 169, 184 MORTENSEN KENT 156, 188 MOTLEY CHRIS 156, 182 MOTTERSHEAD JENNIFER 81. 86, 88, 94, 98, 145 MUELLER KARL 86, 88, 115, 156, 165 MUIR DANIEL 86, 88, 156 NEULS SCOTT 156 NEWELL JOHN 151, 169 NEWKIRK TRACY 86. 156 NORTON CABOT 94, 115, 156 NUNEZ ELENA 151 OAKLEY JASON 156, 169 OLSON JAMES 92, 156, 191 ORTEGA DAVID 165, 167, 191 ORTH STEPHEN 156 ORTIZ ANTHONY 156 OSHEA THERESA 156 PACK MIRIAM 90 PALMER EVAN 156, 168 PALMER JANICE 156 PARKER CAROLYN 156 PARKER DNEALE 156, 172, 194 PARKER JEAN 157 PENNEWILL CAREY 157 PERRAULT GARY 157 PETERSON CHRISTIAN 157 PHILLIPS TASHA 86, 88, 157 PIRKL GREGORY 157, 168, 184 POMPEO DAWNETTA 107, 157 POORE JONATHAN 157 PORTER STEVEN 157 POTTER KENNETH 157 PRUEITT SHAWN 92, 157 REESE ERIC 157 REESE STEPHEN 157, 165 REILLY SEAN 115, 157 REISCH MICHAEL 94, 157 RIDLON DANNY 157 RIEPE MICHAEL 157 RIVERA ANTHONY 157 ROCKWOOD SUSAN 86, 157 RODRIGUEZ RANDY 157 ROMERO ANNITA 157 ROYBAL LESLEY 157 ROYER DENNIS 157 RUFFE MICHELLE 90, 157, 176 RUSTHOI KRIS 90, 91. 157 RUTTEN JOHANNA 146, 157 SANDBERG SCOTT 157 SANDOVAL DARREN 157 SANTANA PHILIP 157 SAPIR LYNN 157 SAPPENFIELD REX 157, 174 SAPPENFIELD MAX 157, 174 SARWINSKI GEORGE 157 SCHILLING KETURAH 157 SEAWRIGHT GARRETT 157 SEAY JEFFREY 158 SEURER MICHAEL 158 SHANER MARIEKEN 158, 146, 158, 194 SHARP ROBERT 107, 115, 158, 165 SHEPPHIRD WILL 158, 169 SHERWOOD KENNETH 158, 176 SIMES KAREN 112, 158

SIMONSIC CHRISTINE 102, 107, 158 SMITH DEBRA 158, 181, 194. 206 SMITH LEAH 158 SMITH WAYNE 158 SOFALY RICHARD 158 SOLLID SHIJE 92, 158 SPARKS CHRISTOPHER 158 SPILLMAN GEORGE 158 SPITZMILLER THEODORE 153, 158, 191 SPOONER REBECCA 158, 162 SPRINGER DIANE 158 SPRINGFIELD CODY 92, 158 STALLINGS RICHARD 86, 158, 176 STAPLETON STEVEN 86, 88, 91, 158 STELZER SHANNA 158 STEUERWALT MATTHEW 86, 99, 158 STOLPE WILLIAM 158, 188 STRAIGHT WILLIAM 158 STROTTMAN NISSA 81, 86, 89, 158 SWAIN KENNETH 158 TAN KEVIN 102, 158, 169, 31 TAYLOR GARRETT 158 TAYLOR TERRI 158 TESMER JOHN 86, 158 THOMAS RICHARD 158 THORN ANDREA 158 THULLEN PAMALA 92, 159 TILLERY DENISE 90, 159 TOEVS KIMBERLY 86, 89, 159 TRAVIS JENNIFER 86, 159 TUBB CRAIG 159 ULIBARRI RICKY 159, 191 UMSTEAD ROBERT 159, 165, 190, 191 UPHAM JANET 86, 159, 181 VANHAAFTEN TERI 112, 159 VAUGHAN DIANNA 159 VORENBERG JENNIFER 112, 159 WALLACE DAVID 159 WALTON ELLEN 159 WELCH JOHN 156, 159, 176 WHETTEN KRISTA 86, 159 WHITAKER SARAH 159 WHITTEMORE RANDY 159 WILLIAMS DAVID 159 WILLIAMS REBECCA 86. 159, 172 WOOD STACIE 159, 194, 206 WOLF KAI 96, 159 WRIGHT CHARLES 98, 159 WYNN RAYMOND 159 YAMADA SAYURI 147 YBARRA DOREEN 112, 147 YOUNG MARY 159, 181, 206 ZONGKER BRIAN 159

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Los Alamos High School 1984 Yearbook  

Los Alamos High School 1984 Yearbook

Los Alamos High School 1984 Yearbook  

Los Alamos High School 1984 Yearbook