Abraham Lincoln High School - Statesman Yearbook (San Diego, CA)

 - Class of 1960

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Elser President Vice President Member Member Member ANNUAL STAFF MEMBERS Editor-in-Chief Pat Orbke Co-Editor Maryanne Mullis Art and Section Page Editor Val Riolo Activities Editor Jackie Allen Organizations Editors Patti Kutch; Charles Howard Faculty Editor .Rosemary Vogel Senior Editors Joyce and Joanne Geschwindt Specialty Units Editor Wilma Millam Sports Editors Steve Buchanan; Derril Steele Student Government Editor Sharon Neal Underclassmen Editors Junior—Reeda Blattman and Bobbie Kretschmer Sophomore—Carol Maciejewski Business Managers Mary Aberin; Dolores Lefker Secretary Marcia Smith Advisor Mr. Richard Perkins Photographs by the U.S. Grant Studios Mr. Jack Bowermaster Printing by the Neyenesch Printers Mr. Jim Neyenesch DEDICATION TO THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1960 At graduation time a Senior is a most remarkable person; for he is living in the past, the present, and the future all at the same time. He lives . . . ... in the past, because he has been building his foundation for today. ... in the present, because he is a Senior planning his foundation for the future. s -r ... in the future, because he knows it holds the key to success, v ' The f inal step of twelve years of schooling is about to be reached as the Senior prepares for graduation. At this meaningful time a giant stone of knowledge will be added to his foundation. Not only will the Senior have this knowledge, but also many pleasant and treasured memories of his days at Lincoln High. He will remember his mixed emotions as he attended the thrilling games, cheered his team to victory, and sang the Alma Mater. He will remember the class leaders that strived to make the Class of 1960 bigger and better. He will, also remember— starting the first Senior Fall Production, Senior Night, and Senior Lunch Line —Senior Play and Senior Ditch Day—and will look forward to Senior Break¬ fast, Vespers, and finally. Commencement. As a result of the Senior ' s contributions to Lincoln High and his exemplary attitude, the 1960 Statesman is dedicated to the Senior Class of 1960. THE ANNUAL STAFF W ' m y-c£ a j7. j AA j2 J —JA, A iA-s (V cJL 1 ca ' j aUL P oueAtuc 6t L c y i rY?f . C AaL O-xk CaattUZ Aaa . xACL £j?A c £i Mr. Smith, Boys ' Vice Principal Dr. Andreen, Principal Mrs. Agnew, Girls ' Vice Principal CM B. Anderson English C. Anderson Algebra Geometry T rigonometry M. Arbuthnot W. Austin W. Barritt L. Belk B. Bennett W. Blanchard Physical Education Spanish Physical Education Science Problems Biology Physical Education Art Crafts P. Bowman J. Boyd English Art Con ' t. Literature R. Brewer J. Cedar General Science English Physics R. Coxe H. Crocker Drivers Training Citizenship Physical Education L. Cuchran A. Daluiso French Home Economics J. deBeck Typing Mercnandise M. Ryan English S. Deniston W. Dickinson Physical Education Clerical Procedures Typing J. Doohan English Public Speaking C. Fischer Home Economics C. Fleming P. Fondren Auto Shop Physical Education R. Ganger S. Gassaway Physical Education Citizenship Geography M. Gaydos English B. Gordon Senior Problems American Government B. Harris A.S.B. Senior Problems American Government V. Hollingsworth English W. Howell Biology Physiology A. Huff Advanced Algebra Honors Math K. Hunter D. Huson O. Jones J. Kell L. King C. Krebs H. Kyllo Nurse English Senior English Senior Counselor U.S. History Senior English Sophomore Counselor Drafting Electric Shop U.S. History Citizenship Librarian H. Luck Metal Shop D. Magnusson P. McMasters Band Wood Shop Orchestra Music Appreciation S. Merritt Shorthand Office Practice Typing L. Miner Chemistry B. Nelson Senior Counselor English Lit. H. Nelson U.S. History Honors History W. Nettles Citizenship Drivers Training I. Olsen Citizenship A. Patoff Current Problems Citizenship U.S. History R. Perkins Crafts Commercial Art ANNUAL V. Pixley General Math M. Porter W. Powell Physical Education American Government Modern Dance U.S. History Senior Problems C. Raleigh Graphic Arts Drafting Photography J. Rising Junior Counselor J. Robinson Journalism fgSSH S T. Rodriguez E. Skirvin F. Snyder Biology Jr. Employment Coun. English Con ' t. Literature D. Stanely Chorus Choir Ensemble M. Steinfield American Government Senior Problems German F. Stollenwerk Spanish Latin R. Summers J. Swift Shorthand Sophomore Counselor Business English W. Urban A. Walker Bookkeeping Physical Education Junior Counselor S. Wall Math Science English C. Wellington U.S. History World History J. White Stage Craft English Drama T. Williams Int. Algebra Math L. Willis Plane Geometry C. Youngblood U.S. History Citizenship Top, left to right: Taylor, Helen Toth. Eleanor Ashby. SECRETARIAL STAFF Madeleine Marietti, Juanita Valenti, Virginia Bottom: Evelyn Pease, Evelyn Hall, Nina Braden, STAFF CAFETERIA STAFF Top, left to right: Lucy Skinner, Roberta Larcom, Twila Jacobs, Ida Copher. Bottom: Margaret Polansky, Peatrice Olin, Della Kreis, Laverna DeCarlo. CUSTODIAL STAFF Top, left to right: Howard Roberts, Charles Nottingham, Ken¬ neth Ringstrom, John McClure, Wendell Fraser. Bottom: Thomas Osinski, Carl Jones, Joseph Gilbert, Jerome Taylor. Jim Thompson A.S.B. President As leader of the A.S.B. Council, Jim Thompson has given a boost to the spirit at Lincoln. His cheerful personality has brightened the halls of our school and his friend¬ liness has followed him through his school years. The students of Lincoln owe him a real vote of thanks for his fine leadership this year. Bob Anderson Pat Orbke Barbara Yamamoto Vice President Secretary Commissioner of Finance Judy Owashi Commissioner of Girls ' Activities Terry Morse Commissioner of Boys ' Activities Judy Anderson Commissioner of Publications Pat Rodvold Commissioner of Affiliated Clubs A.SB. COUNCIL The A.S.B. Council for the year 1959-60 was made up of both ap¬ pointed and elected officers. This group of students worked diligently to maintain the high standards of scholastic achievement, good citizenship, and to promote school spirit. Some of the Council ' s projects this year have been: " Hello Hop, " Second Annual Homecoming, Fifth Annual Nominating Convention, A.S.B. Ball ( " One Autumn Night " ), A.S.B. Play, Green and White Day, and Bermuda Day. We should give our sincerest thanks for their efforts and their hard work this year. Gerry Kruske ' Donna Rodvold Joe Cisterna Mary Fernandez Commissioner of Commissioner of Commissioner of Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies Elections and Eligibilities Boys ' Athletics Health and Safety John Blair Mary Ann Throneberry Commissioner of Historian Cultural Affairs Harold Boyd Senior Class President Yolanda Lopez Junior Class President Doug Huntley Head Cheerleader Ginny Rillera Head Songleader Curtjs Meekins Sophomore Class President Mr. Harris A.S.B. Sponsor FALL COUNCIL First row, left to right: Carol Marquez, Bev Comer, Vicki Morris, Jackie Allen. Second row: Joanne Yoshioka, Sharon Murphy, Joanne Chapman, Vicki Cook. SPRING COUNCIL First row, left to right: Michele Rogers, Jeanne Dillon, Desiree Johnson. Second row: Marie Shoemaker, Laurel Lee, Connie Lowery. Judy Owashi President Sylvia Sotelo Secretary EMERALD DEBS The Emerald Debs have worked hard this year to bring the girls of Lincoln High School closer together. Some of their activities have been: " Sadie Hawkins Dance " ( " Barnyard Bounce " ), " Green and White Ball " ( " Ebb Tide " ), elec¬ tion of Miss Lincoln, and many project parties. Each month the Emerald Debs select an outstanding- girl for " Girl of the Month, and this year they are giving a scholarship to two deserving Senior girls. We wish to extend our thanks to all of those on the Emerald Deb Council for the year 1959-60. Sharon Klepper Vice President Dale Shi T reasurer Joanne Geschwindt Senior Representative Jan Bucknell Junior Representative Tana Morse Sophomore Representative Miss Rising Emerald Deb Sponsor Left to right: Freddie Sotelo, Jerry Sanfilippo, Terry Morse, Alex Purtee, Bill Leimbach, and Steve Reid. BOYS ' LEAGUE FEDERATION The Boys ' League Federation is a newly formed organization at Lincoln this year. They have started off very well and hope to be as successful in the future years. Each month they select a " Boy of the Month, " who then has his name engraved on a special plaque. The Boys ' League Federation has presented many assemblies and probably the most remembered event they sponsored was the " Big Ball. " Congratulations to this group of hard-working officers who have made the Boys ' League Federation a success from the very beginning. Alex Purtee Vice President Mike Suhy Senior Representative Mr. Rodriguez Boys ' League Federation Sponsor GIRLS OF THE MONTH Joyce Geschwindt December Jo Haile January Meridel Ashby March Each month, the Emerald Deb Council selects a girl on campus to hold the honor of " Girl of the Mon,th. " These girls are chosen for numerous reasons: leadership, scholastic achievements, school service,- personality, and friendliness. " The Girls of the Month " are truly the most outstanding girls at Lincoln High School. Mary Fernandez February Yolanda Lopez April Donna Rodvold May Carol Hanna June Doug Huntley October Val Riolo November .4f ' Alex Purtee April Harold Boyd September Jim Wilson December BOYS OF THE MONTH Brent Beckett January Joe Cistema March Throughout the year, there are different boys that stand out at school for various reasons. The Boys ' League Federation acknowledged these boys and chose them respectively each month as the out¬ standing boys at Lincoln. They may have been chosen because of their athletic ability, school service, speaking ability, scholastic achievements, or for any number of reasons. These boys should feel greatly honored to be the " Boys of the Month " for the year 1959-60. Roland Danielson February 4 i Jim Thompson May Rick Blomendale June Sharon Neal Student Government Editor Rosemary Vogel Faculty and Staff Editor Wilma Millam Specialty Units Editor Patty Kutch Organizations Editor Jackie Allen Activities Editor f ) Reeda Blattman Junior Class Editor Pat Orbke Editor-in-Chief Steve Buchanan Sports Editor Charles Howard Organizations Section Carol Maciejewski Sophomore Class Editor Joyce Geschwindt Senior Section Editor ANNUAL STAFF Drawing layouts, taking and re-taking pic¬ tures, writing copy, trying to stay within your budget, and rushing to meet our ever nearing deadlines, were some of the problems we met while working on the " Statesman. " With the guidance of Mr. Perkins, our able advisor, we finally reached our goal of pre¬ senting the students of Lincoln High School with a pictorial record of their 1959-60 school year. We sincerely hope you enjoy this annual as much as we enjoyed working on it. Joanne Geschwindt Senior Section Editor Maryanne Mullis Assistant Editor Val Riolo Art Editor Delores Lefker Sophomore Class Section Derril Steele Sports Section Mary Aberin Business Manager Marsha Smith First Semester Secretary Bobbie Kretschmer Second Semester Secretary Mr. Perkins Annual Staff Advisor Alex Purtee Editor Barbara Scrivner Page Editor Bev Comer : irst Semester, Co-Editc r Bernice Guerra Page Editor Rick Blomendale Second Semester, Co-Editor Mike Mooney Page Editor M Mrs. Huson " Buzz " Staff Advisor Joanne Cooper Page Editor BUZZ STAFF First row, left to right: Sandie Nichols, Marie Williams Shirley Welch, Val Riolo, Linda Hazelwood. Second row: Ashley Joerndt, Marie Trujillo, Hollie Williams, Chris Rohrbach, Cindy Edney, Pat Turner, RiEllyn Lata, Bev. Comer, Jim Dale, Virginia Rohrbach, and Mrs. Huson. j The A.S.B. Senate consists of one elected representative from each guidance class. These senators attend all Sen¬ ate Meetings and report the discussions and decisions of these meetings to their classes. It is through this system of representation that the stu¬ dents are well informed and we achieve a truly democratic form of student government. A.S.B. SENATE The Safety Committee, un¬ der the direction of Mary Fernandez, Commissioner of Health and Safety, and Mr. Gassaway, sponsor, have made Lincoln a clean and safe school to attend. One of the projects they sponsored was the " Clean Campus Cam¬ paign, " and they also en¬ couraged safe driving, enab¬ ling Lincoln to win the Safety Plaque. First Row, left to right: An¬ ita Bell, Mary Fernandez, Patty Kutch, Jean Sanderson. Second Row: Sharon Murphy, Vicki Cook, Gerry Kruske, Sharon Wilson, and Vera Kennedy. SAFETY COMMITTE E ,XXc YTLeJCs -y - ; u UQ-XJ. u !QX O uLc eLj s-U-ZL • fCUxZZy - - oCj j£jLJ sqJ UtXLXkX - — -tsZL sL yO ZJ-X (Lnt- ' Cj Q ZZLyi.ZZ s Lj Jl-d It tJLjL LsCrvu- J. Af o-Xy X -J CX j J {• Jis£LSL Aj LETTERMAN ' S CLUB The Letterman ' s Club under the leadership of Mr. Coxe, was organized to develop loyalty toward Lincoln High School and to serve in all its activi¬ ties; to promote friend¬ ship and good relations between Lincoln athletes and those of other schools; and to empha¬ size the meaning of courage, honesty and de¬ cency to all men. Quali¬ fications for membership in the Letterman ' s Club include the earning of one varsity letter and continual athletic eligi¬ bility. The Letterman ' s Club was organized in 1955 and has been a real success. LOUIE TUCKER PRES. BILL JORDON VEEP JIM CHERBACH SEC. ERNEST PORTEE TREAS. it ALEX PURTEE PRES. BOB ANDERSON SEC. KEY CLUB This school service club works with the school and the Kiwanis Club for the betterment of the school and community. It helps its members to develop initiative and leadership, and also, by suggestion and example, a more in¬ telligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship is acquired. The Key Club has performed charitable acts such as aiding needy families during the holi¬ days. Other activities have been the " Toys for Tots " Drive, the " Dollar for a Scholar " Drive, Fac¬ ulty vs. Key Club basket¬ ball game. They also sent Representatives to the Key Club Club Conven¬ tion. 4tl ROD DILLON TREAS. Mrs. Agnew Judy Smith Carol Hanna Judy Owashi MARY KATHRYNS The Mary Kathryns were organized to recognize senior girls who have shown outstanding leadership, scholastic ability, and school service. It is considered a privilege and an honor to belong to this organization where the standards are set at a point where only the deserving are admitted. This is a service organization and performs such duties as helping needy societies and promoting fellowship among the students. The MK ' s is limited to fifteen girls and newly selected members are initiated by an appropriate ceremony at an assembly. Sharon Murphy Ocean Olsen Marlene Huntzinger Meridel Ashby Diane Montgomery Margo Daly Pat Orbke Barbara Yamamoto Vickie Cook Mrs. Daluiso Sharon Klepper Yvonne Powdrill Dale Shimamoto h CALIFORNIA SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION The purpose of this organization is to foster a higher standard of scholarship and broader ideals of service on the part of the students at Lincoln High School. To be eligible for membership, a record of good citizenship must be maintained, as well as a ten point average signifying academic excellence, and recognized service effort. Upon qualifying for C.S.F. four out of six semesters—-one semester must be in the Senior year— the member becomes a Sealbearer and is awarded life membership. Activities included presentation of “Mystic Madness, " participation in field excursion, and Ditch Day. Officers: 1st Sem¬ ester: Pres. Rod Dillon; Veep. Judy Smith; Sec. Jo Haile; Treas. Sharon Klepper. 2nd Semester: Pres. Terry Walsh; Veep. Yvonne Powdrill; Sec. Sharon Murphy; Treas. Sharon Klepper. Miss Gaydos is the sponsor of this outstanding group. ADELPHIANS The Adelphians is a group of girls who give their time to render school and community service, and to encourage school spirit. A " B " average and many service points are required for member¬ ship in the Adelphians. Some of the projects have been making toy dolls and quiet books for a chil¬ dren ' s orphanage, making Easter baskets for the County hospital, assisting the Junior Blind, and selling " Longjohns " at track meets. The officers are: Pres. Meridel Ashby; Veep. 1st Semester, Pat Orbke; 2nd Semester, Judy Smith; Sec. Diane Montgomery; Treas. Carol Hanna. EXECUTIVES The Executives were organized last year to help provide an opportunity for all Presidents of Clubs and Classes to meet. They discuss problems and activities. Through this club all the Clubs and Classes are united with the A.S.B. Council. The Commissioner of Affiliated Clubs, Pat Rodvold, is in charge of this group. 4 HORNET HUSTLERS This is the second year at Lincoln for the Hornet Hustlers. It is an A.S.B. Service Club, their purpose is to publicize the school activities by means of eye-catching posters. They meet every week¬ end in the homes of those in the club. They did a terrific job on the posters for the A.S.B. Play. The officers are: Pres. Gerry Kruske; Veep. Val Riolo; Sec. Peggy Rankin. LANCERS Every home football and basketball game found the Lancers in their ditsinctive green and white jackets selling and taking tickets at entrance gates, working in concession stands, and as¬ sisting faculty members and special police guards. This enthusiastic group has given support to all major school activities. Membership in the Lancers is open to anyone interested in service to Lincoln High. The officers are: Pres. Barbara Yamamoto; Veep. Jo Haile; Sec. Jean Sanderson. Mr. Dick¬ enson is the sponsor. ,1 MASQUE CLUB STAGE CREW The Masque Club has provided a common meeting place for those interested in Drama. Its members participated in the A.S.B. Play and various assemblies. The Stage Crew is working behind the scenes during every activity that takes place in the auditorium. They are responsible for oper¬ ating the lighting and sound equipment, design, construction and painting of all stage scenery. Out¬ standing sets included the ones used in the Sr. Play " Mother Is A Freshman, " the A.S.B. Play, " Twelve Angry People, " and various assemblies. Both of these groups are under the direction of Mr. Joseph White. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE The purpose of this club is to further an interest in organized forensics and to train individuals in the various types of tournaments. The members are outstanding workers in Debate, Oratory and Interpretive Reading. Activities: the members of N.F.L. have participated in the many speech tourn¬ aments—the San Diego State open, Cal Western, the San Diego and Chaffey Student Congress and both the San Diego State and U.S.C. State qualifying tournaments. Officers: Pres. Judy Smith; Veep. Carol Hanna; Sec-Treas. Anita Bell. BOWLING This is the third year that the Bowling Club has been at Lincoln. The purpose of this club is to promote an active and lasting interest in bowling. It has been a tremendous success to those who attended and supported the outings to many of the bowling alleys. The officers: Pres. Sharon Gil¬ bert; Veep. Bill Gilbert; Sec. Mary Aberin; Treas. Sharon Dolon; Sgt.-at-arms Bob Morris. MATH-SCIENCE This club under the supervision of Mr. Howell, Mr. Anderson, and Mr. Huff has gained know¬ ledge in the field of Math and Science. They have gone on field trips to places such as the beach, listened to various lectures and went to places of interest beneficial to the club. RIOT SQUAD The activities of this vivacious group have been directed toward furthering and strengthening Lincoln ' s pep and school spirit. Some of their activities have been: decorating for games, forming card formations at football games, selling " beat " ribbons, and of course, yelling loudly at all games. The Drill Units, the Pep Band, and the Song and Cheerleaders are integral parts of the Riot Squad. Officers are: Pres. Yvonne Powdrill; Veep. Jim Moore; Sec-Treas. Yolanda Lopez. Mr. Patoff is their sponsor. BIBLE CLUB The Bible Club has come a long way since its origin in 1956. Its purpose is to meet the needs of Christian young people who like to assemble for fun, fellowship, inspirational singing, and devo¬ tion. Their many activities have included a Breakfast, an assembly featuring the " Four Flats, " painting trash cans around campus, and listening to various guest speakers. The Officers are: Pres. Harold Boyd; 1st Veep. Doug Reid; 2nd Veep. John Coyle; Sec. Emalee Byron; Pub. Chair¬ man Pam Gorton and Carolyn Carmack. Their sponsor is Mr. Dickenson. i MODERN DANCE CLUB The purpose of this club is to teach girls how to create something co-operatively and to pro¬ vide an appreciation of the art of dance. The club has attended a symposium at Point Loma High School, State College, they provided a dance sequence in " The Taming of the Shrew, " and the en¬ tertainment for the Halloween Dance. Officers: Pres. Sally Kimball; Veep. Esther Rouse; Sec. Andrea Rouse; Treas. Faith McElroy. Their sponsor is Miss Porter. G. A. A. The purpose of the Girls Athletic Association is to uphold and maintain good sportsmanship, and to promote friendship to all girls of the school. They have participated in the city playdays, and also had a playday and the All City G.A.A. Conference at Lincoln. Three Representatives were sent to the G.A.F. Convention at Redondo Beach. Officers: Pres. Rosemary Vogel; Veep. Rita Little¬ john; Sec. Sandy Hightman; Rec. Sec. Kay Wells. The sponsors are Miss Fonderon and Miss Arbuthnot. i FRENCH CLUB The French Club was re-estab¬ lished this year. During the year they have shown interest in the culture as well as the customs and history of France. Through this club its members have ob¬ tained a broader and more sym¬ pathetic understanding of for¬ eign problems. Officers: Pres. Pat Hazel; Veep. Esther Rouse; Sec.-Treas. Linda Haselwood; Pub. Chairman John Doggett. Y-TEENS Bowling, skating and swim¬ ming have kept the Y-Teens quite busy. One of the most pop¬ ular activities was the " Beatnik " Dance which financed their rep¬ resentative to the Y-teen Con¬ ference. The year was ended with a trip to Disneyland. Officers: Pres. Esther Rouse; Veep. Andrea Rouse; Sec. Phyliss Twyman; Treas. Bertha Stafano. CONCILIUM ROMANUM The Latin Club is open to all interested students. The club has parties for their thirty-five mem¬ bers. The Roman Banquet held in May is the highlight of the year. Officers: Praeter Jim Thompson; Propraeter Jo Haile; Quaestor Richard Silva; Scriptor Sutti Ball; Jurisconsultus Brent Beckett. I FUTURE TEACHERS The purpose of this club is to provide an opportunity to inter¬ ested students in the field of teaching. A day of teaching in a. public school has been an im¬ portant activity of this club. Others have included a confer¬ ence at State College, a money making project, and a luncheon. Officers: Pres. Marie Sund; Veep. Jackie Allen; Sec. Jan Jackson; Treas. Betty Atchely. The sponsor is Mrs. Ryan. FUTURE NURSES The purpose of this club is to interest students in personal and community health and to help them decide about a career in professional or practical nursing. The activities have been attend¬ ing a S.N.A.C. Convention, a health career day, and a trip to Edgemoor Farm. Officers: Pres. Mary Fernandez; Veep. Carol Bowlin; Sec. Jean Sanderson; Treas. Judy Haag. RADIO CLUB The purpose of the Radio Club is to increase an interest in the field of electronics and radio amateur operation. They operate the school station and many of them have their own equipment. The Officers are: Pres. J. T. Childs; Veep. Bill Riley; Sec- Treas. Fred Rodly. s i CALIFORNIA CADET CORPS This is the fourth year the California Cadet Corps has been at Lincoln. They have been a great aid to the school during the past year. They have presented the colors at assemblies and other gatherings, assisted at the football and basketball games, and have participated in drill competitions under the guidance of Major Swift. C.C.C. QUEEN PATTI E KUTCH was selected as the Queen of the first C.C.C. Military Ball. k RIFLE TEAM Through the rifle matches these cadets are given a chance to demonstrate their skill as expert marksmen. They placed Second in the Regional Tournament. Carol Marquez Sophomore Attendant Ginny Rillera Senior Attendant V -V Doana Rod void ; v ' " a. Queen Paula Asperin Junior Attendant Judy Smith Senior Attendant 5 ' " 4 V N - -i V UUM H O M R E A C L 0 L M Y I N G H 0 M D E A C N 0 C M E I N G DZ Z m m CO Alex Purtee and Judy Smith A. S. B. KING AND QUEEN Pat Orbke Judy Owashi Joe Cisterna A.SB. BALL " One Autumn Night " was held November 13, 1959 in the Palm Room of the U.S. Grant Hotel. The music was provided for by the Velvetones. SADIE HAWKINS DANCE " Barnyard Bounce " was held October 9, 1959 and was sponsored by the Emerald Debs. The girl ask boy affair was a sock hop held in the school gym. MISS LINCOLN BUSK Barbara Yamamoto f M MMW W W, C.S.F. DANCE The Halloween dance “Mystic Madness, " was held October 29, 1959 in the school cafeteria with the music provided for by the Velvetones. Prizes were awarded for the prettiest, funniest, and the ugliest costumes. GREEN AND WHITE BALL The theme for this year ' s Green and White Ball was " Ebb Tide. " The semi- formal dance was held March 18, 1960 in the Swallow Room. It is an annual affair at which the new Miss Lincoln is crowned. LITTLE NELL SENIOR PLAY —FALL PRODUCTION Cast of Characters Nell Wilkens Ma Wilkens Pa Wilkens Hector Skyscraper Stage Manager Prompter Carlton Bainbridge Oleo Act Professor ..Carol Hanna ludy Smith Bob Anderson -Harold Boyd Anita Bell .Jan Mitchell Rod Dillon - Patty Kutch Terry Walsh A.S.B. PLAY Cast of Characters Foreman of the Jury Steve Brandon Juror No. Two Harold Brooks Juror No. Three Jan Mitchell Juror No. Four Kathie Pierce Juror No. Five Anita Mayfield Juror No. Six Clara Bain Juror No. Seven Jody Berke Juror No. Eight Bill Gonzales Juror No. Nine Nicki Lazos Juror No. Ten ludy Eades Juror No. Eleven Patti Kutch Juror No. Twelve Leo Crawford Guard Brice Byford TWELVE ANGRY PEOPLE SENIOR PLAY —SPRING PRODUCTION Cast of Characters Mrs. Abigail- Susan Abbot- Professor Michaels Bobo Dean Gillingham— Mrs. Miller Sylvia Bunny Helen Carrie - Clara Marge Jack Howie - Bill Ian Mitchell Patti Kutch —Richard Silva Bill Leimbach Jim Thompson —Carol Hanna .Esther Rouse Beverly Comer Carolyn Law .Karin Attaway -Ocean Olsen Clara Bain .David Scofield -Bill Gonzales Rene Purtee MOTHER IS A FRESHMAN p 3® wL Ws 0 W W B V £ ■V fr J v- ' .-ty - , ? £ OFFICERS OFFICERS DOUBLE FLAG Gail Love SINGLE FLAG Yvonne Powdrill POM PON Joyce Backus EMERALD-ETTES COLONEL Karin Attaway SPONSORS Miss Peggy Fondren Miss Betty Bennett DOUBLE BATON Carol Hanna SINGLE BATON Marie Williams DRUM Pat Hazel jaSJT ' v v, js ‘C 1 - POM PON CORPS First row, left to right: Delores Colio, Marcy Howard, Barbara Lee, Julene Wilson, Henderson, Vicki Alexander, Betty Golden, Karen Clempson, Gwen Brown. Second Rytko, Barbara Delp, Linda Martin, Sue Ridenour, Betty Sholly, Pat Wyatt, Sharon Doris Meals, Yvonne McIntosh, Joyce Gary. DRUM CORPS Captain: Pat Hazel. Left to right: Kay Wells, Rita Littlejohn, Andrea Cholston, Marie Tucker, Sharon Dolan, Linda Stat. V- — r ' v g£ A W - ■ ♦ ? . • A ' V Hi ' • • • rf£ " ! ' • • i. " . vr’-ft ' vi., v .•v--v r ' .v " ? ' WliJSkrG- • u - • ' - . . , ' yH ' W .? ' « • ' ••• ..L-’.. V V V v ' • ' ■‘■Afclr ' . - ■ • ■- - • j SINGLE FLAG CORPS Captain: Yvonne Powdrill. First row, left to right: Delcenia Faison, llene Tishue, Sylvia Turner, Anna Reyes, Sandra Fletcher, Betty Turner, Brenda Jenkins, Ruby Brown, Jo Ann Cook. Second row: Diana Henson, Julia Robertson, Irene Tishue, Juliet Buttaro, Gloria Greenwood, Janet Stephens, Dolores Shelley, Stella-Williams, Trena Jones, Beverly Richardson, Andrea Rouse. SINGLE BATON CORPS Captain: Marie Williams. First row, left to right: Mary Blanco, Joyce L anders, Grace Taylor, Sandra Griffin, Charmane Miller, Georgie Eisele, Phyllis Twyman. Second row: Judy Williams, Sally Shoun, Mary Braun, Donna Sheppard, Judy Anderson, Peggy Copher, Velma Miller, Freddy Sue Whitfield. HENRIETTA HORNET Ocean Olsen DOUBLE BATON CORPS MISS SCHOOL SPIRIT Rosemary Vogel DOUBLE FLAG CORPS • - . I • t Mg :ft to right: Rose Ricks, Carol Hanna; Captain, Julia Gonzales. Left to right: Berry Powdrill, Joyce Hicks, Gail Love; Captain Esther Rouse, Pat Staten. CHOIR Seated left to right: Vivian Stepanion, Yolanda Musillio, Andrea Chapman, Margaret Robinson, Esther Rouse. First row: Bonnie Sellers, Karen Doto, Jeanne Hoo, Betty Triplett, Marie Tucker, Naomi Rodriquis, Mildred Carr. Second row: Lydia Olves, Ruth Bagley, Sharon Flick, Jean Sanders, Martha Caldera, Virginia Castillo. Third row: Pat Staten, Betty Sholly, Karen Fuller, Bonnie Shackelford, Melody Holden, Larry Thompson. Fourth row: JoAnn Chapman, Carol Mock, Esther Farmer, Donna Story, Terry Lake, Charles Hinds, Thurman Stockton, Tommy Meekins. » : i I ENSEMBLE Seated left to right: Charlayne Ball, Karen Pitchford, Joyce Landers, Sharon Velau, Andrea Gholston, Rose Ricks, Joyce Gary, Jean Summers, Mary Lynn Waters, Rhoda Vanderhyde, Julie Fran k. Back row: Hugo Purtee, Gordon Redding, Ted Staak, Ronald Daly, Bobb Gonzales. CHOIR l k .Jap 1 i ye m jr f % mi ' M § a . ft A ■Ft ' Jlk —- J bfttl r, 9 h f : Ben S r J 1ufo [ d ' J aroly , n , Fl ° yd ' Joyce Backus ' Doris Meals, Gwen Brown. First row: Judy Gibbons, Mary Pontecorvo Char- n a H R JudS °M D °L. r0t Reynolds, Jana Helmly, Mercy Trujillo. Second row: Gail Love, Marilyn Swihart, Taising Kwon Sandra Fletcher Betty Turner Martha Martinell, Christie Land, Nancy Sing. Third row: Allen Baumister, Mike Jackson, Troy Echols Lois Tripp Theatis MitchelL Charlotte Barbour, Helen LaMore, Bertha Tillman. Fourth row: Stanley Stevens, Johnnie Moore McVey Triplett Lucille Llenaresas, Bobby Kretschmer, Penny Aalfs, Novanna Parker. ' mcvey i ripierr, Lucille CHORAL DIRECTOR Mr. Stanley CHORUS Members pictured above: Barbara O ' German, Yolanda Robles, Carol Schrack Glor Harris, Shelia Blaney, Robert Miller, Richard Ross, James Wilkins, Jerry Turne i at 5 y ' ron l an 9, Esther Larson, Virginia Pigg, Josephine McIntosh, Michael Ruthe tord. Art Foster, Ray Smaw, Anthony Leal, Sue Whitmore, Margaret Brown Janie Osborne Fayette Smiley, Robert Wagner, Dasie Werich, Glenda Bramme, Barbai cu° ut ' R onna Perro , t ; Beverly Hanny, Sharon Kefford, Diane Yarbrough Mary Har Sharon Rainwater, Linda Cruz, Mary Barker, Joyce Marcoux, Esther Luna Charlir Endsley, Virginia Ponce, Gloria Lira, Lee Madden, Joan Satchell, Elizabeth Porte Betty Gibson. HEAD SONGLEADER GINNY PAULA SONGLEADERS Kneeling left to right: Paula Asperin, Donna Rodvold, Gloria Sakamoto. Standing: Ginny Rillera. ROSIE SAMMY DOUG HEAD CHEERLEADER mm CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Rosalio Osuna, Doug Huntley. Sam Johnson. BAND From left side, from rear to front: Randy Blomendale, Mary Dawson, Ernie Jones, Karen Nave, Charles Ortiz, Leonard Knapp, Carl Wade. Steve Karo, Gerald Myres, David Gladding, Roberta McQuillan, Donald Baker, Tom Fulcher, Larry Cruz. Marilynn Light, Dennis Swafford Darlene Davis Marvin Brady Don Gilliam, Jim Cramsey, Ken Anderson. Gene Johnson, Linda Stat, Betty Fields, Jim Lewin, Bob Corley ' Carl Sandtord, Val Riolo, Randy Parscale. . S ' , ■ DRUM MAJOR Val Riolo STRING ENSEMBLE Seated left to right: Trena Jones, Joyce Hicks. Standing: Roberta McQuillan, Vera Kennedy, Jerry Wardrip, Mr. Magnusson; Director, Velma Miller. Hornets Improve ' 58 Mark Operating in the newly formed Eastern League, the 1959 Lincoln Varsity Football team posted a 5-3 record and placed third in the final standings. With just three returning lettermen with which to start the season, head coach Deniston had to rebuild the squad with juniors. A running attack was employed by the men in green due to an abundance of speed in the backfield. Three Hornet footballers were selected to the All Eastern League Team by the coaches. Gary Rice, Ralph Polston and Nolan " Dickie " McFarland a junior won the honors. Polston was " Most Improved " , and a co¬ captain along with Walter Halley. Don McDonald was named " Most Valuable " and " Most Outstanding " for Lincoln and Joe Cisterna the " Best Blocker " Determination, spirit and depth are the three things that have made the 1959 grid season a memor¬ able one to the fans as well as to the players. HORNET STANDINGS Eastern League W L T San Diego . 3—0—1 Saint Augustine ... 2—0—2 Lincoln . 2—2—0 Hoover . 1—2—1 Crawford . 0—4—0 John Colding I V. Walter Halley Ed Walker Terry Morse Louie Tucker Lemmon Williams FOOTBALL iSSEgS W V - ' V . - v ;. if Hr SCORES Lincoln 13 Pacific . 6 44 Mission Bay .. . 0 19 Clairemont .. . 0 0 San Diego . 33 20 Hoover . 6 38 Crawford . 14 0 Kearny . .20 6 St. Augustine 21 Head Coach — Deniston Line Coach—Walker Ralph Polston 200 lb. Tackle, Most Improved, Co-Captain Joe Cisterna 185 lb. Guard, Best Blocker i.JUBi ' 1 Tom Meekins Richard Howell Bob Braswell Don McDonald Ken Colvin Gary Rice Don Parker Back row, left to right: Coach Ganger, R. Ross, W. Scott, R. Salem, C. Meekins, B. Rick, D. Gilliam, W. Barney, D. Recking, L. Greenwood, M. Stage, D. Shafer, B. Howard, B. Huguley, F. Valadez, J. Storm, F. Bates, T. Mc¬ Culloch, Coach Williams. Second row: R. Kroll, R. McFadden, R. Denison, R. Smaw, M. Brady, D. Bjornson, A. Alvarez, K. Keagy, J. Mullin, D. Jackson, J. Craig, B. Hannibal, J. Turner, H. Hankel. First row: Manager E. Katsumate, R. Noon, D. Mallec, J. Peavy, T. Singleton, J. Mucci, B. Wagner, J. Johnson, V. Ragsdale, J. Kaiser, R. Jones, H. Wilson, B. Hudson, S. Romero. J. V. FOOTBALL Noland McFarland 165 lb. Halfback, All Eastern League Gary Rice 205 lb. guard, All Eastern League Don MacDonald 165 lb. Quarterback, Most Valuable, Most Oustanding LINCOLN vs. PACIFIC The Hive ' s traveling game was with Pacific High of San Bernardino. Here a fired up Lincoln eleven won in the last minutes of the game, 13-6. The line held up good, enabling Don McDonald to pass to Steve Ojetti for a touch¬ down which covered 20 yards. The next touchdown was scored by half back Walter Halley who ran wild for 63 yards around an end. LINCOLN vs. MISSION BAY In a non-conference game, Lincoln ran up its biggest score of the year and the second highest ever by a Hornet eleven by beating Mission Bay 44-0, on McMullen Field. The Hornets ran away from the Buccaneers in every quarter. LINCOLN vs. CLAIREMONT Against Clairemont, Lincoln scored a touchdown in every quarter except the third, in a 19-0 contest. Gary Rice, Ralph Polston and Richard Howell combined forces on the line to stop the powerful plays that the Chieftains ran. Besides bringing down their powerful runners, these boys opened up holes for such ball carriers as C. D. Lowery and Walter Halley. LINCOLN vs. SAN DIEGO Spirits were high as two rivals, San Diego and Lincoln met in Balboa Stadium in a game which saw the powerful Cavemen come out on top 32-0. At first it looked as if Abe ' s Boys were going to stop the Blue and White but they had too much speed and depth for the Hornets. The Hivemen came close to scoring several times and gained more first downs than did San Diego but found the going rough LINCOLN vs. HOOVER The Hornet-Cardinal football rivalry provided excitement again this year. It also provided Lincoln with a 20-6 victory which snapped a four game winning streak in as many years by the Red and White, and marked the first time Lincoln beat Hoover in football. Cisterna caught a Hoover pass deflected by Del Cooper and ran 52 yards for a touchdown to start a rally. From here, speedsters Adam Cato, Gordon Riddick and Don McDonald carried the load for Lincoln by running up the yardage and the score. LINCOLN vs. CRAWFORD During our second annual " Homecoming " game we faced the Crawford Colts for the second time ever, and won handily 38-14. Bob Sanchez and Jerry Hosaka were outstanding on the line and as linebackers. Richard Stowell was outstanding as well as Adam Cato and Nolan McFarland. LINCOLN vs. KEARNY In a non-conference game, LHS was beaten by a small, but scrappy Kearny crew, 20-0 Here Lincoln had some tough breaks and could never quite get started LINCOLN vs. SAINT AUGUSTINE The gridmen of Hornetville closed the final chapter of football, losing 21-6. Although Albert Catlin, Gary Rice, Lee Burkett and Louie Tucker played on out¬ standing game, the other Hornets could not provide a sting potent enough Phil Rose Mike Ishikawa Jim Cherbak Doug Adamson Gary Michael Carlos Verduzco Coach Coxe Cross Country took a new look at Lincoln in 1959. Under the able guidance of Coach Dick Coxe, it was able to share first in the Eastern League with Crawfrd High. This marked a " first " in the Hive ' s Cross Count ry History. The largest squad ever assembled here made good use of its depth. It won nine of ten " dual " runs. Out of the four conference races it was victorious in three. Lafayette Mclntos! Ron Lewis One of the country ' s top " roadrunners " was Lafayette " Mackie " McIntosh, who was first man all season for LHS. He broke the Park Boulevard Course Record and became the " first Lincolnite ever to go as. far as the CIF Finals. " McIntosh and Ernie Portee were the squad ' s co-captains. Ernie received the " Most Outstanding Runner " award. The " Most Outstanding Sophomore " award went to Mike Ishawaka, the " Most Improved " to Fred Brown. All in all, the Harriers accomplished their goal which was to better themselves. Ernie Portee CROSS COUNTRY EASTERN LEAGUE CO-CHAMPS Ronnie Donahoo Harry Franson Back row, left to right: Coach Coxe, Bill Sanders, Bob Howard, Roger Furnival, Fred Brown, Manager—David McIntosh. Front row: Dan Castro, Mitchell Forster, Jimmy Cramsey, David Scofield, Tom Reed. The Lincoln varsity wrestling team enjoyed one of the finest seasons ever, under the able guidance of Head Coach Al Walker who was new to the job. During the season our Hornet grapplers proved they had what it takes to be a power. Although the Hive was runner-up in the Eastern League it went on to place fourth in the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Finals. This was possible through the efforts of two of the finest wrestlers ever to come out of Lincoln. Alfred Lee Bennett and Joe Leavy reached the finals for the second year in a row and with great determination and competitive spirit each became a champion in his weight division. Bennett was undefeated in all his matches during the season and received the " Most Outstanding Wrestler " award. Mike Stage was chosen " Most Improved. " In conference matches Lincoln was 2-1 and 6-5 overall. Back row, left to right: Jerry Turner, Ernie Katsumata, Henry Meza, Jim Cherbach, Ernie Cadava, Tom Fulcher, Kenny Kida, Rich¬ ard Denison, Terry Morse, Kaz Ochi, Lee Burkett. Middle row: Paul Reed, Freddie Sotelo, Murphy Goodman, Carl Shuford, Larry Marr, Jr. Aquon, L. C. Smith, Marvin Brady, Jeff Stage, Bill Leimbach, Ralph Polston, Lia Tufele. Front row: Efrain Andrews, Bob Howard, Al Bennett, Sig Romero, Joe Leavy, Bill Crutchfield, Fred Sevier, Theo McCulloch, Fred Jones, Joe Craiq Mike Staae David Reckling. BASKETBALL HORNET 1 9 C. D. Lowery, 5 " Tt " Guard — Jr. 6 0 Tommy Bell, 6 ' 3 " Center — Jr.; All Eastern League, Co- Captain. Noland McFarland, 6 ' 0 " Guard—Jr.; All Eastern League Honorable Mention. Al Catlin, 6 ' 2 " Forward — Jr.; All Eastern League, Co- Captain. The Lincoln varsity basketball team had its " ups " and " downs " in 1959-60. Against four other schools it won five and lost three games to place second in the conference. One of its " ups " was the 46-42 victory over San Diego High. This game clinched a second place in the league. It also sent our hoopsters into the first round of the CIF play¬ offs against Helix High. Here was one of our " downs. " We lost 59-46. At the season ' s end, three Lincoln cagers earned berths on the All-League second team. They were: Tom Bell, Ash Joerndt, and Albert Catlin. All season long, these boys led our team. They wound up as the three top scorers on the Hornet five respectively. Bell and Catlin were voted co-captains by the team members. New to the job of Head Basketball Coach was Mr. War¬ ren Barritt who produced a quintet which was feared by its opponents. One of the unique things about the team was that, in the lineup, many times there were Juniors. Many will recall this hoop campaign at Lincoln; not only because of the fine record the team compiled, but also, for its competitive drive found in all the boys on the squad. Left to right, standing: Willie Ojeda, C. D. Lowery, Ash Joerndt, Bob Braswell, Jim Eskeridge, Tom Bell, Steve Ojetti, Nolan McFarland, Fred Blundell, Mike Clarkson, Alex Purtee. Front kneeling: Al Alvarez, Coach Barritt. Ashley Joerndt, 6 ' 1 " For¬ ward— Sr.; All Eastern League. Lincoln Opponent 48 Helix 57 48 Upland - 64 43 Redlands .45 70 Ramona 49 63 Grossmont ... 30 35 Point Loma .44 47 Mar Vista - 38 45 Hoover . 47 61 Mission Bay - 40 68 Saints 53 Lincol n Opponent 55 Point Loma 49 45 Crawford 25 45 Chula Vista . .39 59 San Diego 64 52 Hoover 62 69 St. Augustine .69 61 Mission Bay 59 41 Point Loma 39 50 Crawford 46 46 San Diego 42 46 Helix 59 Catlin, Joe Cisterna, Accurate Ash Joerndt, high 6 ' 2 " Joe Cisterna leaps high for one of many rebounds against taller Helix scoring forward, gets off shot Highlanders. (Right) T. W. Bell, ace center, who also rebounds well and as San Diego opponent looks stands out on defense, here demonstrates his offensive ability, helplessly on. Junior veteran Al Catlin, a two year starter, gets free for a jump shot against San Diego. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Left to right, back row: (Mgr.) Al Alvarez, Roosevelt Dawson, Randy McFadden, Richard Ross, Larry Greenwood, Don Parker, Frank Taratino, Coach Belk. Front row: William Barney, Ray Dobbs, Jim Kaiser, Ray Smaw, Charles Smith, Bob Hudson, Mickey McFarland. i«»s 19 6 0 HORNET For the Track and Field teams that represented Lincoln, the year 1960, meant victory as well as satisfaction in a job well done. Our boys were League Class " A " and " B " champions. This season marked the first time such a feat had been achieved by a hornet spike squad. The hive went undefeated in varsity " A " and " B " class against its opponents in league " dual " meets. Out of eight dual meets, the Hivers won six, lost one and tied one. Highlights of the year were the exciting victory over San Diego High and winning first place at the National City Jaycee Relays in the Medium school division. We also placed high at the First Annual San Diego Easter Relays which were held in Balboa Stadium. Head Coach Dick Coxe had to depend on such outstand¬ ing sophomores as Vernus Ragsdale, Walter Scott, and Larry Greenwood to get the job done, but also had fine perform¬ ances from the veterans.- Mackie McIntosh broke two school records, in the mile and half mile runs. He spearheaded many of the Hive ' s victories. Others who have made track successful this spring are Nolan McFarland — Broad Jump; Buddy Hayes — Sprints, Relay; Richard Howell—Shot Put; Ernie Portee—Mile, Half Mile; Alex Purtee—Quarter, Half Mile; Adam Cato—Pole Vault, Sprints, Relay; Alvin Williams—Low Hurdles, High Jump; and Gary Michael—Quarter Mile. These boys were standouts in their events. 4 TRACK and FIELD EASTERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS I " C " TRACK Back row, left to right: Manager—David McIntosh, manager—Rodney Boydston, Mur¬ phy Goodman, Art Foster, Tony Leal, manager—Al Alvarez. Front row: Ed Geromlla, Dan Santo-Pietro, Ron Peavy, Bob Berbink, Bill Griffin, Jimmy Moore. " B " TRACK Back row, left to right: Manager—Rodney Boydston, Mike Ishikawa, Dan Castro, Roscoe Morrow, Ronnie Donahoo, Jim Noone, Fred Brown, Jim Cramsey, Ken Prill. Middle row: Manager—David McIntosh, Dennis Otusji, Al Bennett, John Mullin, Carl Sanford, Doug Adamson, Phil Rose, Sam Johnson, Bobby Hudson, Sig Romero, manager—Al Alvarez. Front row: Robert Selmon, L. C. Smith, Ernie Jones, Joe Leavy, Willie Shaw, Hobart Martin, Tom McCloud, Archie Moore, Ray Dobbs, Jessee Davis. VARSITY " A " TRACK Back row, left to right: Rich Howell, Ron Ferkovich, Tom Reed, Mike Stage, Dennis Baxter, Joe Roberts, Zachery Taylor, Gary Mi- chal, Marshal Clady, Bob Braswell. Middle row: Troy Echols, Edward Goodman, Joe Mcdanials, Richard Sammaron, Alex Purtee, Buddy Hayes, Adam Cato, Don Lawerence, Bill Maltman, Al Williams, Coach Coxe. Front row: Larry Greenwood, Ernie Portee, Walk¬ er Scott, Preston Davis, Curtis Meekins Vernus Mackie McIntosh, James Johnson, Nolan McFarland, Jerry Hosaka. Joe Cisterna Steve Ojetti Dennis Shafer Lincoln Opponent 0 S.D. State Frosh 2 0 Point Loma 5 12 Mission Bay 6 2 Clairemont 1 2 Point Loma 4 16 Mission Bay 3 1 Hoover 3 4 Crawford 6 3 Saint Augustine 4 1 1 Kearny 4 2 San Diego 12 HORNET Back row, left to right: Manager—Patrick Murphy, Ash Joerndt, Steve Ojetti, Joe Cisterna, Ken Keagy, Dennis Shafer, Robin Malick, Bob Morris, Manager—Brent Burketts, Coach Ganger. Front row: Willie Ojeda, Don Parker, Art Crawford, Bob Wagner, Larry Sherk- enback, Carl Bocher, Don McFarland. BASEBALL Robin Mallick Bob Wagner Lincoln Opponent 5 Hoover 9 0 Grossmont 3 5 Point Loma 4 6 Escondido 13 2 Crawford 0 8 Saint Augustine 1 3 Clairemont 5 5 San Diego 6 2 Hoover 1 1 9 Crawford 5 8 Saint Augustine - 6 Back row, left to right: Coach Williams, Tim Clingan, Frank Valdez, Harry Franson, Frank Tarantino, Kennith Dreas, William Bar¬ ney, Don Allen, Bob Huguley. Front row: Junior Aguon, Mike Perkins, Jimmy Moore, Mickey McFarland, Byron Sugiyama, Stanley Stevens, Leon Ertle, Leo Reyes, Michell Forester. Not shown: Larry Boland, Roosevelt Dawson, Steve Reid, Ray Smaw. EJupAU TENNIS ft 1 ' J. V v . | - l™l WP Tr. " ■■ l mm m Back row, left to right: Mike Lane, Ron Daley, Jay Shinn, Steve Lamprides, Jim Kaiser, Lloyd Rogers. Front row Dave Bjornson, Larry Cruz, Phillip Boynton, Bill Bowen, Kaz Ochi. f SOPHOMORE Mrs. Kell Counselor CLASS Ray Dobbs W ' . ' T fji J [ 1 1 1 Sfcjpu I | G ' l 1 1 MRS. ANDERSON PER. 2 First row, left to right: R. Sluss, M. Anderson, G. Kamachi, J. Slosser, B. Tucker, J. Jackson, V. Duncanson, B. Sellers. Second row: R. How¬ ard, P. McDougle, C. Mock, S. Austin, M. Bracy, L. Glennon, E. Bland, E. Ford. Third row: T. Alarcon, M. Jirsa, D. Jarvis, R. McFad- den, V. Berger, D. Chelette, C. Marks, J. Kais- er, H. Wilson, R. Peavey. MRS. ANDERSON PER. 3 First row, left to right: S. Kofford, V. Tripp, D. Theus, J. Smith, P. Barnett, S. Hudson B. Fischer, B. LaFortune, B. Fernandez. Second row: S. Yap, F. Olson, L. Moorehead, F. Lavati, K. Ah Hee, F. Morales, A. Foster, R. Smaw, L Tripp. Third row: J. Mommertz, H. Montgom¬ ery, C. George, B. Highsaw, M. Damron, J. Stull, A. Deal, C. LaSogga, G. Falkner, R Pascale. MRS. ANDERSON PER. 4 First row, left to right: S. Stafford, P. Gorton, L. Henderson, M. Lopez, M. Hillhouse, M. Howard, L. Gonez, L. Sierra. Second row: H. Brusuelas, F. Sams, C. Weber, E. Gambala, G. Andrus, C. Jenkins, T. Cassidy, R. Hornberger. Third row: S. Chadwick, G. Whitehurst, G. Gowlevech, G. Turner, M. Haynes, R. Duff, D. Argleben. MRS. ANDERSON PER. 5 First row, left to right: G. Taylor, R. Martinez, M. Contreras, C. Shuford, G. Brown, M. Fujii, J. Hoover, ' C. Henderson, J. Gilbert. Second row: V. Alexander, L. Johnson, C. Bartlett, J. David, N. Carlson, S. Evans, A. Lauder, D. Mc- Clintock, S. Ridenour. Third row: J. Storm, R. Johns, K. Anderson, J. Stewart, T. Keller, W. Dodds, J. Denton, W. Scott, J. Shinn. MRS. ANDERSON PER. 7 First row, left to right: B. Turner, L. Sheton, S. Nollett, E. Evans, L. Bigger, C. Endsley, D. Gonzales, J. Leckie, J. Sappington, L. Sugioka. Second row: B. Young, M. Goodman, D. Kruse, W. Pugh, J. Brannon, R. Price, S. Newberry, H. Williams, D. Brassell, R. Parkhurst. Third row: J. Mellinger, A. Turner, D. Cassady, R. Myrer, C. Wade, R. Garcia, C. Davis, G. Denton. MISS CEDAR PER. 2 First row, left to right: L. Baker, J. Maisch, D. Clarkson, J. Humberstad, J. Hoover, J. Lee, P. Hashagen, J. Berke, M. Robinson. Second row: J. Stewart, T. Kwon, C. Barbour, B. Houle, P. Montano, L. Marr, D. Dale, F. Flick. Third row: D. Mallec, J. Seebold, V. Barbarick, V. Quin¬ tero, J. Miller, D. Larson, I. Schuteman, J. Spillers, B. Tate. MISS CEDAR PER. 3 First row, left to right: D. Bell, J. Dillon, D. Sims, B. Byford, J. Williams, B. Miner, S. Shandy, E. Andrews, S. Moser. Second row: R. Seiafin, A. Suydam, G. Hammil, C. Reid, M. Blanco, B. Prout, J. DeLong, J. Williamson, R. McQuillan. Third row: E. Farmer, D. Castro, D. Mann, R. Bunch, K. Ochi, W. Lynn, M. Forster, L. Oliver, H. Olinger. Fourth row: G. Myres, M. Quillia, M. Biddison, J. Goss, J. Noone, C. Smith, C. Franklin, J. Mullin. MISS CEDAR PER. 4 First row, left to right: E. Katsumata, D. Hutch¬ inson, S. Green, M. Hicks, A. Pastirko, B. Gem- bolish, G. Box, C. Kelsall, A. Collins. Second row: C. Maciejewski, B. Adamson, A. Gholston, S. Clickner, L. Browning, M. Howell, J. Jensen, L. Ward, L. Pico, J. Nipper. Third row: M. Gallier, R. Pace, H. Kernicle, S. Cook, B. Dep- pensmith, F. Tarantino, M. Roark, L. Colton, L. Ertle, D. Bjornson. MISS CEDAR PER 6 First row, left to right: C. Corder, J. Zapata, B. Simmons, J. Marcoux, C. Mason, M. Chap¬ man, K. Jones, S. Eldridge, D. Nielsen, B. Berendes, P. Barajas. Second row: B. McFarlin, G. Perez, J. Hutchinson, D. Conde, B. Howard ' E. Geronilla, F. Sotelo, S. Blaney, J. Stephens ' D. Reynolds. Third row: B. Huguley, C. Jack- son, C. Williams, D. Davaney, M. Ishikawa, L. Hancoch, R. Dixon, S. Humphries, B. Brown, B. Saules. MISS CEDAR PER 7 First row, loft to ri 9 ht: P. Mcjunkins, B. Morgen, D. Santo Pietro, P. Townsend, D. Johnson, S. Masler, S. Lucas, C. Yamaguchi, K. Shinzaki, L. Rockier. Second row: H Ban- viHe, I. Goldstein, J. Mendiola, R. Sugiyama, A. Head, M. Hughes, M. Cruz, C. Paul, n! Smith, J. Roberts. Third row: C. Hinds ' , J. Davis, N. Sing, T. Parker, L. Phillips, B. Tana¬ ka, D. Watson, C. Woolery. MR. DOOHAN PER 5 First row, left to right: D. Story, B. Moore, C. Foote, D. Wolfswinkle, T. Folcher, B. Whyte, D. Davis, L. Madden, G. Chavez, M. Quince. Second row: P. Fort, J. Walker, D. McMurry, C. Jenkins, F. Smith, C. Allen, M. Donahue, S. Whitmore. Third row: K. Santohigashi, V. Pena, J. Rogers, M. Anfuso, J. Gross. MR. DOOHAN PER. 6 First row, left to right: G. Lira, D. Colio, C. Reiner, E. Larson, D. McDonald, L. Franklin, K. Kida, A. Flury, M. Betas, R. Bernatz. Second row: D. Sabine, B. Delp, D. Johnson, J. Par- tusch, N. Norman, P. Regan, Y. Garcia, J. Williams, L. Lay, S. Mocciaco, R. Morgan. Third row: S. Welch, D. Watson, R. Dobbs, A. Kimball, B. Foster, B. Bamie, R. Hall, G. Greenwood, K. Dreas. MR. HARRIS PER. 4 First row, left to right: M. Garcia, V. Taylor, H. Johnson, J. Galvan, T. McDo well, S. Russo, J. Wilson, L. Hernandez, G. Burton. Second row: L. Sandoval, B. Fleming, M. Shapov, R. Jones, B. Cram, C. Mitchell, J. Wilson, J. Geronilla, J. Lizotte. Third row: M. Brown, C. Ortiz, L. Griffin, J. Horne, R. Dennison, C. Barker, D. Linebarger, P. Gist, A. Alvarez. §3wl Bssxa MR. HARRIS PER. 3 First row, left to right: J. Bogkin, P. Neal, C. Huntzinger, L. Stat, T. Knapp, C. Andrews, H. LeBlanc. Second row: C. Donaker, D. Rytko, F. LaFalce, J. Stat, R. Mansfield, R. Johanson, K. Tobler. Third row: D. Perry, V. Brooks, J. Cunningham, S. Lamprides, M. Brady, M. Vale, R. Donahoo, T. Morse. j j 1 Ts I I ; ' X u: ■ ftJliS: 1 IE I A . | f’ 1 n ,1 V f h L Si 1 1 1 1 f tmm MRS. HUSON PER. 2 First row, left to right: L. Hernandez, C. Mar¬ quez, J. Helmly, P. Bennett, R. Flores, G. Webb, R. Peters. Second row: A. Villaescusa, L. Gleason, N. Cortez, S. Phillips, H. Seippel, M. Farmer, W. Sammaron, L. Birdsall. Third row: A. Ball, E. Hall, A. Montelongo, D. AH- Hee, F. Allen, C. Cook, R. Dawson, C. Moss, T. Blevins, B. Abel. MRS. HUSON PER. 3 First row, left to right: H. Morrell, G. Lichner, I. Ozuna, S. Schmidt, I. Dunn. Second row: H. Fagen, D. Ayles, J. Copley, F. Smiley, M. Harnetty, F. Verdugo, E. Musillo. Third row: P. Murphy, J. Romero, D. Neary, L. Yoder, D. Anderson, J. Robinson, E. Cadava. Fourth row: R. Blomendale, J. Baldwin, B. Neal, D. Jones, W. Thoulion, D. Schaeffer, D. Giuiam, B. Russell. MRS. HUSON PER. 4 First row, left to right: E. Porter, P. Courtney, B. Rolla, M. Mullenix, M. Schroeder, L. Martin B. Lee, A. Lee, P. Reder, L. Haselwood, R. Furnival, B. Olsen. Second row: M. Rutherford, J. Peltiew, C. Paul, L. Cruz, E. Collier, J. Mohr ' K. Hagen, V. Morris, K. Starr, C. Schrack, B Gunter. Third row: L. Harb, D. Swafford R Fuentes, E. -Guerra, O. Osuna, F. Valdez, ' N. Fry, L. Cook, J. Hill, J. Huse, E. Johnson. KSsa::s58% ; v •££ MR. WALL PER. 6 First row, left to right: M. Noriega, B. Prooes, V. Pigg, B. Haynes. Second row: C. Disnew, C Plant, Y. Salgado, Y. Sosa, J. Josa, D. Allen. Third row: K. Contreras, C. Stiles, R. Miller, V. Ragsdale, B. Zacher, R. Brusuelas, J. Horne ' L. McComas. MR. WHITE PER 3 First row, left to right: R. Trafton, G. Rod¬ riquez, Y. Robles, B. DuPlanti, B. Pena, P. Bag- ley, B. Shackelford, A. Sandoval, B. Doseo. Second row: R. Nigro, M. Rivera, K. Reel, D. Meals, E. Stamps, T. Mitchell, P. Wyatt, J. Turner. Third row: L. Greenwood, A. Allison, J. Parra, F. Rodley, C. Meekins, R. Sel mon, D. Baker, H. Morrison. MR. WHITE PER 7 First row, left to right: M. Geronilla, T. Mor- ones, C. Chastain, P. Powell, B. Castillo, M. Sandoval, V. Ponce, J. Satchell, S. Luna. Sec¬ ond row: R. Fann, D. Raines, S. Magee, S. Heath, R. Cooksey, D. Weirich, P. Garcia, B. Field, M. Harb. Third row: J. Wilkins, M. Mc- Murray, A. Baumeister, J. Wardrip, K. Daniel, R. Blackwell, T. Cli ngan, R. Daniel. Mr. Urban Junior Advisor Miss Rising Junior Advisor Donald Woolery President Yolanda Lopez Vice President Shea Boyd Secretary Steve Reid T reasurer Seated, left to right: Yolanda Lopez, Susan Larter, Andrea Sanders, Anna Reyes, Gloria Sakamoto, Paula Asperin. Standing: Daniel Duncan, C. D. Lowery, Ronald Daley, Donald Woolery, Virigina Sindar, Dennis Otsuji. Penny Aalfs Mary Aberin Sally Acosta Edward Aguilera Junior Aguon Alvin Ako Sydney Aldrich Sandra Allphin Ronald Alvidrez Alicia Amores Eloise Anderson Greta Anderson Judy Anderson Victor Apodca Candido Aragon James Argeben Olivia Arredondo Paula Asperin Raymond Baker Bruce Balcom Alex Ballesteros Olga Ballesteros Norman Banks Barbara Barker Dennis Beam Vickie Becerril Gary Bell T. W. Bell Robert Bennett Virginia Bettis Jerry Bigler Larry Bigler Dannie Binkley Veronica Black Johnny Blair Robert Blaisdell Kathy Blankenship Reeda Blattman Fred Blundell Eugene Boehmke Mary Braun Harold Brooks Richard Brower Fred Brown Shea Boyd Rodney Boydstun Glenda Brame Steve Brandon Betty Brashear Patricia Bush Margaret Brown Dora Bryant Jan Bucknell Doyle Byford Paul Byrd Robert Burbrink Marsha Burdine Lee Burkett Adam Cato Patrick Cayton JoAnn Chapman Richard Chappell Daniel Chavez James Cafarella Eva Campos Mary Carey Mildred Carr Colene Carruthers Frances Catlett Albert Catlin Delores Chavis James Cherbak Michael Chlarson John Childs Frances Church Marshall Clady Buford Clayton 4 1 Ralph Clem Karen Clempson Beverly Combs Helen Contreras Ronald Contreras Yeri Dell Cooper Peggy Copher Clara Corona Sharon Coulson Johnny Coyle Joseph Craig Jimmy Cramsey Derek Crawford Leo Crawford Rose Cronk Roger Crowley Larry Cruz Don Dahl James Dale Patricia Dalv Juanita Daniels Roland Danielson Maxie Darrow Ronald Daly Cary Davidson Bruce Davis Preston Davis Jolane Dawson Michael Day Patricia Dean Francis DeMolen Sharon Dolan Joseph Donahue Karen Doto Donald Drake Susan Duellman Daniel Duncan Glydia Durban Judith Eades Michael Eby Billie Echols Ann Eckles Judith Egley Frances Elliott Judy Enderich James Enstrom James Eskridge Jimmy Estrada Ralph Evans Sharon Ewing Delceni Faison Matilda Flores Pamela Folks Gary Forman Dale Forsberg Barbara Forsythe Barbara Francisco Kenneth Gabriel Andrew Gaeta William Galbreath Wayne Gambill Stephen Fambrough Peter Fekke Darice Ferguson Sandra Fletcher Frank Franklin Leonard Garland Joyce Gary Michael Geffers Evangeline Geisler Kenneth Gembolish - Anthony Gesiakowski Judith Gibbons Betti Gibson Charlotte Gibson Sue Gilmore David Gladding Barbara Goetz Elizabeth Golden Edward Goodman Josephine Gorgo George Goss Shannon Gregory Saundra Griffin William Griffin Carol Grobner Bernice Guerra Judith Hagg Donald Haas Mary Hart Sharon Hashimoto James Hazel Ronald Heard Max Hein Richard Helmly Gene Haskell Walter Hatashita Linda Hawkins Burton Hannon Beverly Hanny Glenn Harra Jo Ellen Haile Arlene Hall William Hall Robert Hannibal Hollis Hassell Julie Hemlock Elvira Hernandez Reynaldo Hernandez Willard Herndon Cornelia Hicks Brenda Jackson Daniel Jackson David Jackson Mary Ingrassia Alma Islas Petrea Ivey Sharon Jack Claudia Jenkins Gail Jennings Jacob Jiron. Donald Jackson Janet Jackson Gaylon Hobbs Pamela Hogan Melodye Holden Diane Hollis Vurma Holmes Jennie Hoo Robert Hostletter Mary Howard William Howard Carole Huard Robert Hudson Fred Hughes Ronald Humberstad Sharon Hunt Douglas Huntley Hazel Huntley Steven Hussong Robert Hydorn Jane Jones Marian Jones Mary Jones Trena Jones Carmen Juarez Carol Judd Kenneth Keagy Arthur King Barbara Kretschmer Richard Kroll Robert Krumweide Alma Kyle Janice Ladnier Kathleen Lafferty Jerrie Lake Helen LaMora Michael Lane Susan Larter Nickie Lazos Anthony Leal Paul Lederer Darrell Lee Dolores Lefker Marlene Lenz Charles Leyba Sandra Light Rita Littlejohn Linda Lushbaugh Gary Lynn Michael McClintock Thomas McCloud Sally McClure Jack McCullough Theo McCullough Gary Lucas Joe McDaniel Nolen McFarland Donna McGregor David McIntosh Josephine McIntosh Robert Medrano Thomas Meekins Linda Mellinger Rebecca Mendez Raul Mendoza Albert Martin Patricia Mason Ronald Matsuhara Anita Mayfield Gloria Mays Alfonso Medrano Yvonne McIntosh Robert MacDonald Steve Madden Lillian Maestas Ben Manibusan Marta Martinell Rosendo Mendoza Bettye Metivier Sheri Meyer Evelyn Meza Narcissa Montano Henry Meza Barbara Millam Chairmain Miller Archie Moore Dennis Moore Fran Moore Jimmie Moore Johnnie Moore Gary Morgan Kay Morris Terry Morse Steve Morones Alan Mortier John Mucci Kathleen Mullenix Sharon Naderhoff Raleigh Nauta Karen Nave Sharon Neal Barbara Nelson James Nevling Barbara O ' Gorman (athleen Ohlerking Steve Ojetti Charles Peck Barry Penman Alfred Peraza Joseph Perez John Platt Mary Pontecorvo Don Perritt Donna Perrott Valarie Peterson Kenneth Pettus Ellen Pfadenhauer Veronica Primero Teresa Probst Tonia Prusark Papunun Pupa 11 i Fred Putnam Sharon Quintero Dennis Radabaugh Gary Rains Harry Rankin Anna Reyes Leo Reyes Charles Reynolds William Rhodes Ronald Rich Darwin Richards Peggy Rankin David Recklinc Paul Reed Doug Reid Steve Reid Jimmy Reiss George Repasy Gary Rogers Michele Rogers Patricia Rohr Sig Romero Phillip Rose Richard Ross Ruben Salgado Alice Sanchez Andrea Sanders Jerry SanFilippo Beverly Richardson William Ritter Joseph Roberts Julie Robertson Carolyn Robinson Marie Rodriguez Naomi Rodriguez Lupe Rodriguez Pat Rodvold Andre Rouse Carol Ruark Virginia Ruiz Patricia Rusconi Gloria Sakamoto Reinaldo Salgado Carl Sanford Esther Santos Frederico Santos JoAnn Schmidtke Carol Schroeder Jack Schroeder Barbara Scrivener Patricia Seeman James Selby Robert Sharthand Dolores Shelly Barbara Sheppard Henry Simpson Margaret Simpson Virginia Sindar Joseph Singleton Lewis Slosser Marilyn Swihart Sharon Szabo Hugh Taylor Barbara Thomas Willie Thomas Linda Stewart Thurman Stockton Janet Smay Barbara Smith Herbert Smith Yvonne Smith Stanley Stephens Bertha Stefano Donna Sheppard Marian Sheppard Dennis Sheridan Sally Shoun Carmen Simon Joan Simon Mary Solseng Matthew Soto Ted Staak Michael Stage Ruth Stanzione Donna Story Durell Stribling Patricia Struiksma John Suarez Byron Sugiyama Marie Sund Sam Sweetser Junior Triplett Marie Trujillo Mercy Trujillo Marie Tucker Sylvia Turner Paul Tuttle Alcenia Thompson llene Tishue Irene Tishue Larry Todd Halbert Toye George Trager Patricia Turner Ed Twyman Phyllis Twyman Rosa Lee Ulman John Underwood Margarita Valera David Weaver Steve Welch Kay Wells Michael Werner Barbara Wheeler Robert Wakefield Susan Vincent Suzanne Vincent Sonja Volkers Edward Walker Sharon Wall Karen VanDingemen Sharon Velau Carlos Verduzco Judith Vincent Conrad VonMetzke Robert Wagner Robert Ward Nancy Warden Ernest Washington Arland Wakefield Ralph Waters Mary Watters Arthur Watterson Keith Watterson r Freddy Sue Whitfield Carol Whittemore James Williams Lemmon Williams Terry Williams Terrianne Wilson Don Wood Wayne Woodson Donald Woolery Scott Wrench Sandra Yap Diane Yarbrough Karen Young Marian Young Russell Young Sally Yurmonovich Virginia Zajac Gerald Zanolini J V, n i u • ' -J—z c JLrd J e rJ-, S JZ c ' y c L ' - " Y- 1 on L C ' t ' ’ " Li st £ n J SENIOR APPRECIATION Miss Jones Mr. Nels on The Senior Class of 1960 wishes to ex¬ press heart-felt appreciation to our counsel¬ ors, Miss Ollie Jones, and Mr. Bazel Nelson. For the past three years we have been taking our problems to them and during this time we have learned the value of their wise counseling and friendly advice. The success of many of us will be a result of their untiring effort and inexhaustible pa¬ tience, which have gained for them the re¬ respect and admiration of students and faculty alike. SENIOR CALENDAR ACTIVITIES DATE PLACE Senior Day . .May 19. . Big Oak Ranch Annual Signing Party. .June 8. . Lincoln Cafeteria Prom . .June 10. . Hotel Del Coronado After-Prom . .June 10. . El Nadadero Vespers . .June 12. . Lincoln Auditorium Breakfast . .June 15. . Lincoln Cafeteria Awards . .June 15. . Lincoln Cafeteria Commencement . .June 16. . McMullen Field SENIOR CABINET Harold Boyd President Rick Blomendale Vice President First row, left to right: Rosalio Osuna, MaryAnne Throne- berry, Jo Ann Yoshioka, Bill Leimbach. Second row: Jean Sanderson, Meridel Ashby, Diane Montgomery, Susan Bromley. r • .• ! 1 Alex Purtee Secretary Joyce Geschwindt T reasurer PROM First row, left to right: Beverly Comer, Diane Montgomery, Maridel Ashby, Joanne Gesch- windt. Second row: Linda Coleman, Pat Orbke, Donna Nutter, Kathleen Suyenaga. VESPERS COMMENCEMENT First row, left to right: Judy Smith, Carol Hanna, Jackie Callanan, Second row: Lloyd Rogers, Michael Suhy, Roger Folsom. SENIOR DAY Left to right: Yvonne Powdrill, Chuck Whit field, Vickie Cook. BREAKFAST and AWARDS Left to right: Dale Shimamoto, Amy Copa, Jo Ann Yoshioka, Jackie Allen. ANNUAL SIGNING PARTY First row, left to right: Linda Tillman, Gerald¬ ine Long. Second row: RiEllyn Lata, Lois Ellis, Betty McNamara. SENIOR PLAY Diane Montgomery, Linda Tillman, Patty Jordan, Chris Rohr- Jack Miller, John First row, left to right: Carol Hanna, Anita Bell, Kutch. Second row: Bill bach, Marie Shoemaker, Doggett, Phil Boynton. ■ PUBLICITY Left to right: Gail Stribling, Karin Attaway, Linda Coleman, Loretta Edwards. SENIOR IDEALS BEST DRESSED Marina Labio Charles Howard COMPLEXION Donna Nutter Richard Samarron ATHLETIC ABILITY Rosemary Vogel Joe Cisterna DANCING ABILITY Sandy Nichols Bill Crutchfield FRIENDLINESS Beverly Comer Jim Thompson PEP Rosemary Vogel Sam Johnson HUMOR Gerry Kruske Carl Boucher HAIR Shirley Charlesworth Ashley Joerndt PERSONALITY Judy Smith Jim Thompson SCHOOL SERVICE Barbara Yamamoto Jim Thompson MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Yvonne Powdrill Jim Thompson POISE Yvonne Powdrill Jim Wilson SMILE Sylvia Sotello Ashley Joerndt SHARON FELICIA ADAMS " Shay " transferred from Regina Coelia in her junior year . . . she en¬ joys eating, doing the " stomp " and " gulley, " driving around with the Council ... an English major, Sharon plans on attending Los Angeles City College and become either a steward¬ ess or a reporter . . . active in Senate 1 1; GAA 12; Y-Teens 11, 12; Modern Dance Club 11...the ' 59 Green White Ball, two certain boys, and December 17, 1959 are Sharon ' s fondest memories of Lincoln. DENNIS WAYNE ALFORD Dennis was a member of the Bowl¬ ing Club 11 ... he wants a pros¬ perous life . . . post-graduate plans include working at the telephone company . . . majored in the field of Math . . ’. Dennis will never for¬ get Mr. Robinson ' s eleventh grade English class. BEATRICE FAYE ASH Beatrice formerly attended East Bank High in West Virginia, trans¬ ferring to Lincoln in her senior year . . . she particularly enjoys’ listening to music in her leisure hours. WAYNE K. ADAMS Wayne attended the " Hive " for 21 2 years ... he joined the Air Force the second semester of his senior year. DOUGLAS WILLIAM ADAMSON Doug hopes to have success and happiness out of life ... he came to Lincoln via. Toronto High in the tenth grade . . . occupies his spare time listening to popular music . . . Cross Country 11, 12; Track 11, 12; Math-Science Club 10; Lettermen ' s Club 12 have kept him busy . . . Doug will never forget beating Hoov¬ er in cross country in ' 59 ... he was an Honors Math and Physics student . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. JACQUELINE ANN ALLEN Jackie has participated in Riot Squad; Drill Team 11; Annual Staff 12; Senate 12; Adelphians 12; Fu¬ ture Teachers Club, Vice President 12; Emerald Deb Fall Council 12; Senior Breakfast and Awards Com¬ mittee . . . happiness is her goal . . . Jackie will fondly remember her senior year, and the slumber party . . . another State-bound Lin¬ coln graduate. MERIDEL RUTH ASHBY Cattin ' with the gang takes up Meridel ' s spare time ... an Honors History student . . . wants a family and happiness out of life . . . her activities were varied with Adelphians 10, 11, President 12; Mary Kathryns Secretary 12; CSF 10, 12, Secretary 11; Sealbearer 12; Senior Prom Com¬ mittee Chairman; Class Representa¬ tive 10, 11, 12; Pom Pon 10 . . . will fondly remember getting lost in the cemetery on the way to the Mary Kathryn Banquet. ROBERT MILTON ANDERSON, JR. Bob was active in Buzz Staff 11; Key Club 11, Secretary 12; ASB Vice President 12; CSF 10, 11; NFL 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Debate Squad 11; Math-Science Club 10,11 . . . an Honors Math, Physics, and Eng¬ lish student, Bob plans to enter col¬ lege in the fall and study mathe¬ matics . . . out of life he wants all things, material and immaterial, which will bring him true enjoyment . . . the fools and the rational stu¬ dents at Lincoln will be long remem¬ bered. KARIN M. ATTAWAY Karin enjoys working on the tram¬ poline and going out with John . . . served as Senior Publicity Committee Chairman; Bible Club 11; GAA 12; Riot Squad; Pom Pon 11, Colonel 12 . . . she would like to be a good wife to John and have a happy home . . . a Business major, Karin plans to work as a secretary until December 4, 1960 when she will be married . . . she will always remember the ' 59 Emerald-Ettes Ball— " Deep Purple. " CRISTOBAL DUENAS AGUON We know him as Chris ... he can be found swimming, fishing or play¬ ing basketball in his spare time . . . attended Saint Francis High in Guam during his sophomore year . . . after graduation Chris plans to join the Air Force . . . out of life he hopes to have a good wife . . . his favorite memory of Lincoln is the friendliness of the students and teachers when he first came to the " Hive. " OLETHIA ROSE ARMSTRONG Likes to be called " Dee Dee " . . . will always remember the fun she had in Mr. Austin ' s Spanish class last year, the dances she went to, and all the football games she attended . . . transferred from San Diego High in her junior year . . . wants to have happiness out of life . . . majored in Homemaking . . . hopes to go to modeling school and eventually be¬ come a model . . . especially enjoys dancing, singing and sports. THOMAS ANTHONY AUSDERAN Tom spends his spare time dancing and having a good time with the girls ... he belonged to the CCC old Rifle Team in his sophomore y iar . . . ambition in life is to have s iccess and happiness . . . Math and S ' ience were his majors . . . post- grcMuate plans include entering the Nav ' and become a twenty-year man . . ‘ om will never forget Lincoln ' s eftc t to beat San Diego and the " cool chick " at Lincoln. FAUSTO AVENDANO Fausto ' s leisure hours are spent painting and going to parties . . . he is very interested in attending a school of art in the fall and become a commercial artist in later years . . . while attending Lincoln he partici¬ pated in Buzz Staff 12; Varsity Wrestling 11, 12 . . . Fausto hopes to have money, fame, and peace in life. CLARA LOUISE BAIN " Dee Dee " formerly attended Lin¬ coln High in Seattle, Washington where she was active in German Club 10, 11; PTA Dance Committee 10; One-Act Play Tournament 11; Big Sister Committee 12; Etcetera Magazine 11; Senior Play Committee . . . since attending Lincoln she has participated in the ASB Play . . . a Language major, she plans to work for a year and then attend a college or nursing school . . . rates dancing and dramatics as her favorite pastimes. BONNIE JEAN BAXTER Bonnie has attended Lincoln for three years . . . she enjoys spending her spare time just having fun . . . December 24, 1959 will be her most treasured memory ... an English major . . . plans to marry in July . . . wants to be a good wife to Jerry. JOYCE EILEEN BACKUS " Co Co " to her friends . . . gradu¬ ate plans include becoming a secre¬ tary or getting married . . . and she would like to be happy and have a good job in life . . . occupies her spare time listening to records and talking on the phone . . . active in Drill Team 11; Pom Pon 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 1 1, 12; Nom¬ inating Convention 10 . . . Joyce will always remember her Senior activities, especially the Prom, and her special friend, L. CHARLAYNE APRIL BALL Better known as " Sutti " . . . par¬ ticipated in Latin Club 11, 12; En¬ semble 11, 12 ... an Honors Eng- student, she hopes to become a law librarian . . . enjoys playing the organ and being with Tofnmy . . . hopes to have health and happiness for herself and her family . . . will never forget Mr. Johnston ' s sixth period Biology class and " The Ogre of Room 268. " BRENT JAY BECKETT A Science major, Brenf plans on making as much money as he can with as little effort as possible . . . active in CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer; Key Club 11, 12; Latin Club 11, 12; Baseball Correspondent 10, 11, 12; Basketball and Football Correspondent 11, 12; Baseball Statistician 10, 11, 12; Basketball and Football Statisti¬ cian 11, 12; January Boy of the Month 12 . . . the day he received the honor of being Boy of the Month in January will be his favorite memory. ELIZABETH PEARL BAGBY A welcome transfer from Phineaus Banning High, " Liz " was active in G.A.A.; Spanish Club; Future Teach¬ ers Club; Chemistry Club; Girls Let- termen Club; Bible Club; Riot Squad; Class Representative 10 . . . majored in Science . . . takes pleasure in walking in the country and sketching occasionally . . . will never forget the day she almost bled to death in physiology due to her personal dona¬ tion of blood to science. KATHY ANN BANKHEAD A Business major, Kathy plans to get married following graduation or eventually become a nurse . . . her favorite pastimes are dancing, play¬ ing sports, talking on the phone, and reading . . . she hopes to have hap¬ piness and the best things out of life . . . Kathy will never forget her teachers and the many dear friends she has made at Lincoln. RAY MANUEL BELASQUEZ Ray majored in Math and Science while attending Lincoln but is still undecided about his future plans . . . he enjoys playing the sax and going out on dates in his leisure time . . . hopes to achieve satisfaction out of life . . . Mrs. Bowman ' s children and Dolores ' eyes will linger longest in his memories. MONTE CARL BAGLEY Monte majored in Math and Sci¬ ence and plans to attend San Diego State ... his activities included Chess Club 11 ... he will never forget the light fixture and a cer¬ tain chair in the Physics classroom. Some unknown force caused them to collide and Monte always wondered who . . . would like to live a century. CHARLOTTE BANKS Charlotte majored in the field of Business . . . she attended Lincoln for her junior year and also the first semester of her senior year . . . Charlotte is now happily married and is making a home for herself and her husband. ANITA LOUISE BELL " Nita " served on the Senior Fall Production; Drill Team 10; Bible Club 11, 12; NFL 11, 12; Adelphians 10, 11; CSF 10, 11, 12; Senior Vespers Committee Chairman; Senior Play Committee; Senior Concessions Com¬ mittee; Teen-Age Traffic Safety Council Delegate 12 . . . likes to read, bowl, and be with Bill in her leisure hours . . . was an Honors History and English student . . . plans to marry in October, 1960 . ALFORD LEE BENNETT Sometimes called " Little Pin " . . . reading is his favorite pastime . . . Lincoln ' s sports will be long remem¬ bered . . . active in Wrestling 10, 11, 12; C Track 10, 11, 12 ... a Math major . . . plans to attend college . . . aspires to become a physical therapist. CARL HENRY BOUCHER " Bouchoso " to his friends ... he will never forgef his wonderful times with friends, a certain girl who was like dynamite covered with frosting, and the ' time Alex Purtee got his nose caught in a mousetrap ... he especially enjoys dancing and playing ball . . . was active in Red Cross 11; Buzz Staff 11, 12; Riot Squad; Class Representative 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12 . . . Carl was an Honors History and Chemistry student. FREDERICK WINSLOW BLOMENDALE " Ric " or " Farnsworth " as he is often called, will always remember the close and exciting basketball tilts and the many good times shared with close friends . . . Key Club 11, 12; Buzz Staff 11, 12; Senate 12; Senior Class Vice Presi¬ dent kept him busy ... he will at¬ tend college in the fall with a jour¬ nalism or political science major . . . aspires to become a journalist or news commentator . . . Rick wants the riches of good health, happiness, and peace of mind. CAROL ELIZABETH BOWLIN Carol has been a member of the Bible Club 11, 12; G.A.A. 10; Fu¬ ture Nurses Club 10, 11, 12; Riot Squad; Nominating Convention 11... takes pleasure in reading, eating, and listening to records . . . future plans include going to college with a busi¬ ness major . . . will never forget Mr. Minor ' s Chemistry class and the ex¬ citing football and basketball games . . . wants to have a happy and successful life. ELLEN DIANN BOLAND Diann parficipated in Bible Club 11, 12 . . . she has attended Lincoln two years since transferring from a boarding school in Canada . . . lists going out, parties, being on com¬ mittees, and working on YFC activi¬ ties as her favorite pastimes . . . would like to become a PBX or IBM operator following graduation ... a comfortable life and to be well-liked are her goals . . . Diann will always remember Mr. Steinfield. HAROLD STUART BOYD " Boyd " or " Hal " as he is often called, was an Honors Math and Physics student . . . especially en¬ joys fishing and being active . . . capably served as Senior Class Presi¬ dent; Key Club 10, 11, 12; Letter- mens Club 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 11, President 12; CSF 10, 11; NFL; Sen¬ ate 10, 11; Cross Country 10, 11; Harvard Book Prize . . . will always remember Pat ' s taco parties, and the trips to the snow at Palomar with the guys . . . plans to get out of life as much as he pufs into it. JOHN PAUL BRADLEY " Brad, " as he is often called, was a member of fhe Lettermen ' s Club 11, 12 . . . particularly enjoys talk¬ ing and hunting . . . would like a family and money out of life . . . majored in Carpentry . . . will never forget Mr. Rodriguez . . . looking forward to attending trade school and eventually become a carpenter. JOHN DOUGLAS BRANNVALL Doug has been at the " Hive " for three years ... he especially enjoys beach parties ... to be a success in life is his goal . . . majored in the field of Industrial Arts . . . out of life he would like to achieve money and a new car. MARGARET BRASHEAR Margaret especially enjoys listening to and collecting records . . . while attending Lincoln she was an English major . . . her favorite memory is Lincoln High . . . she participated in Choir during her 2Vi years at the " Hive " . . . Margaret is now happily married and making a home for her¬ self and her husband. SANDRA LEE BOSWELL We all call her " Sandi " . . . enjoys horseback riding and all types of sports ... a Math-Science major . . . plans on working her way through nursing school . . . wants to be happy . . . participated in Future Nurses Club . . . her eleventh grade English teacher, Mrs. Kramer, and Miss Por¬ ter will be long remembered. PHILIP HENRY BOYNTON " Luke " to his friends . . . listed arguing and playing tennis as his favorite pastimes . . . activities in¬ cluded Lettermen ' s Club 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 12, President 11; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sopho¬ more Cabinet; Senate 11; Cross Coun¬ try 10; Future Teacher ' s Club 10, 12; Nominating Convention 10,11 . . . an Honors English and History stu¬ dent, his future plans include becom¬ ing an English-History teacher . . . he will never forget the ex-com- munication of a member of Mr. H. Nelson ' s History class. ROBERT STEVENSON BRASWELL Bobby was a welcome transfer from Sealfh High in Washington dur¬ ing his junior year . . . fond of danc¬ ing in his spare time . . . active in the Senate and Lettermen ' s Club . . . he hopes to have a successful life and occupation . . . post-graduate plans include becoming an architec¬ tural draftsman . . . Bob will never forget Lasteen. STANLEY PAUL BREAUX Sometimes called " Donkey " . . . listed sleeping and going bowling as his favorite pastimes . . . out of life he hopes to find love and master girls . . . majored in the field of English . . . college is included in his future plans as well as becoming an English teacher or dentist . . . will never forget Mr. Steinfield send¬ ing him to the counselor ' s office every day, and Mr. Stanley ' s voice which put him to sleep so often. SUSAN JEROLYN BROMLEY Better known as Sue . . . especially enjoys water skiing and driving in the rain with the radio on . . . maj¬ ored in Business . . . wants happiness and security out of life . . . was ac¬ tive in Drill Team 10; Class Repre¬ sentative 10, 12; Red Cross Repre¬ sentative 11; Riot Squad; Bible Club 11... the S.A.P. ' s will be a lasting memory . . . hopes to have happiness and security. LARRY GEAN BROWN Larry spends his leisure time going to auto races, fishing, bowling and working on cars . . . considers suc¬ cess and happiness as his goals . . . followin g graduation he will enter the Air Force, study electronics, and eventually become an electrical engi¬ neer . . . Larry will never forget his favorite class, Mr. Fleming ' s Auto Shop. RUBY LEE BROWN Ruby takes pleasure in talking on the phone, dancing and listening to records . . . her favorite memories of Lincoln include the " Last Blast " in tenth grade, and her Senior Prom . . . her activities included Drill Team 11, 12; Riot Squad; Bible Club 11, 12; Choir 11, 12 . . . majored in the field of Business . . . included in her future plans are junior college and becoming a secretary . . . out of life she would like to achieve happiness. STEVEN JAMES BUCHANAN " Butch " to his friends . . . ambi¬ tion in life is to be wealthy, suc¬ cessful, and happy . . . activities in¬ cluded JV Football 10; Annual Staff 12; Science Club 11; Riot Squad; CSF 11; Senior Prom Committee; Nominating Convention ... a Science major, Steve is looking forward to attending UCLA in the fall, becom¬ ing a rich man in future years . . . he especially enjoys dancing, playing sports, and having a ball ... he will never forget the Lincoln-San Diego games and his Senior Prom. SHARON ELAINE BURKEY Sharon has attended Lincoln three years . . . majored in the field of Business . . . ambition in life is to be a good wife and homemaker . . . fond of swimming, horseback riding, and reading in her spare time . . . was a member of Bible Club 10, 11 . . . Sharon will never forget the wonderful times she had at Lincoln. HELEN LOIS BURKS " Louise, " a transfer from Cheat- man High in Texas, has attended Lincoln one year . . . rates going to school, talking to her teachers and cooking as her favorite pastimes . . . will fondly remember Lincoln High, her close friends and P.E. . . . inter¬ ested in becoming a medical nurse. JAMES ANDREW BURKS James was active in Track and Basketball . . . his spare time is spent reading, dancing, spelling, and working . . . hopes to have happiness and a good education in his future years . . . post-graduate plans include entering a construction school . . . his classmates, teachers, and Lincoln High will be his fondest memories. JULIETTE LOUISE BUTTARO Julie occupies her leisure time eat¬ ing pizza, and going to shows . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . ac¬ tive in Pom Pon 10; Flag Corps 11; Riot Squad . . . Julie will long re¬ member the drill team . . . she is looking forward to attending junior college in the fall with a business major. EMALEE BYRON Emalee especially enjoys going to church and participating in its activi¬ ties . . . active in Bible Club 11, Secretary 12; CSF 12 . . post¬ graduate plans include attending San Diego State in the fall with a home economics major FRANK CADENHEAD Frank was active in the Math- Science Club 10; Riot Squad; CCC Drill Team 10, 11, 12, Cadet Com¬ manding Officer; Class Representa¬ tive 11 ... spends his spare time hunting, • reading and playing tennis . . . a Math-Science major, Frank will attend college in the fall, and would like to eventually travel to Europe. MARTHA YOLANDA CALDERA Martha will always remember that life is as hard as you make it . . . she chose dancing, having a good time, singing, and playing baseball as her favorite pastimes . . . while at¬ tending Lincoln she participated in Y-Teens 10, 11; GAA 10; Class Rep¬ resentative 12 . . . Martha will at¬ tend college following graduation and become an airline stewardess at the age of twenty. j JACQUELYNN KAYE CALLANAN Jackie will long remember all the fun she has had with the kids at Lincoln, the Senior Prom, and the football and basketball games . . . occupies her spare time water skiing, dancing, and eating pizza . . . was kept active with Senior Commence¬ ment Committee and Riot Squad . . . a Business major, Jackie hopes to become an executive secretary in future years . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. WILLIAM J. CAMPBELL Bill was active in Football 10 . . . an Auto Shop major, he plans to be¬ come an auto mechanic in later years . . . enjoys resting in his leisure time . . . happiness is his goal. PRISCILLA CASTILLO Priscilla would like to attend col¬ lege in the fall and major in home¬ making . . . her leisure hours are spent going to parties, dances, loaf¬ ing, and eating . . . she hopes to achieve ■ money, success, and happin¬ ess out of life . . . served on Y-Teens 11; Riot Squad; GAA 11 ... the hails of Lincoln High and Mr. Nel¬ son are Priscilla ' s fondest memories. VIRGINIA RITA CASTILLO Likes to be called " Gina " or " Tato 2 " . . . fond of being with Rubin . . . she would like to become a beautician and marry into a lot of money in future years . . . active in Spanish Club 11; GAA 10, 11; Nom¬ inating Convention 10, 11; Choir 11, 12 . . . Gina will always remember sitting in Mrs. Agnew ' s office every day, Ihe many kicks in sixth period Drama, the fine times during second lunch, and the Cadillac ride with Mona . . . she hopes to have a happy marriage and money in life. DENNIS RAY CHAPMAN Dennis will always remember Mr. Robinson ' s fourth period English class ... he majored in the field of Math and Drafting and following graduation he will enter the Air Force . . . came to Lincoln via Ray¬ town High in Missouri in his sopho¬ more year . . . success and money are his goals in life . . . Dennis as¬ pires fo become an electrician. SHIRLEY BEA CHARLESWORTH " Shurl " is especially fond of flying airplanes and dancing . . . post-grad¬ uate plans including becoming a stewardess for PSA and eventually get married . . . majored in Home¬ making . . . out of life she hopes to have good times and a happy family life . . . active in Riot Squad; Modern Dance Club 10; Y-Teens 10 . . . Shirley will fondly remember doing acrobatics at 3,000 feet in the air with a stranger, and sneaking out of a certain place. it GENE CANFIELD Gene came to us from Colorado Springs High during his sophomore year ... he enjoys doing everything in his spare time . . . majored in Electricity and hopes to become a TV and Radio repair man ... a good life is his ambition . . . Gene will never forget how the coach tried to catch him smoking. JOHN JOSEPH CHADWICK " J.J. " to his friends . . . reading and building radios are his favorite pastimes . . . wants happiness and security out of life ... a major in Electronics . . . would eventually like to become an electronics engineer . . . was a member of Radio Club 11; Sound Crew 11. JOSEPH MANUEL CISTERNA " Joe (Key) " was active in Key Club 10, 11; Class Representative 12; Commissioner of Boys Athletics 12; Senate 12; Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 10, 11, 12; Letter- men ' s Club 10, 11, 12; Varsity Foot¬ ball 11, 12; Best Blocker Award in Varsity Football 12 . . . occupies his leisure time participating in sports and being with Beverly ... he will always remember scoring a 52-yard touchdown against Hoover and beat¬ ing them for the first time in Lin¬ coln ' s history. CAROLYN JEANNE CARMACK Carolyn was active in Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Bowling Club 11; Senate 11; Nominating Convention 10, 11; Riot Squad . . . lists doing things with her youth group at church as her favorite pastime . . . ambition in life is to have happiness and ad¬ venture . . . Carolyn is interested in becoming an airline hostess in future years. ANDREA LEE CHAPMAN Nicknamed " Little Boo-Boo " . . . active in Choir 11, 12; Drill Team 11; Riot Squad; Y-Teens 10, 11; GAA 10, 11, 12... her post-graduate plans include attending college with a busi¬ ness major . . . she would like to settle down after a few years of sec¬ retarial work . . . Andrea will always remember Lincoln, first lunch in tenth grade, and the fun she had at the games between San Diego and Lincoln. CAROL CLARKSON " Baby Doll " was a former Craw¬ ford student, transferring to Lincoln in her senior year . . . marriage is included in her future plans . . . health, happiness, and a good mar¬ riage are her goals . . . she will never forget the friends she has made at Lincoln. JOHN COLDING John was a new student to Lincoln this year, coming from Mann High . . . he majored in English and is looking forward to attending college in the fall . . . particularly enjoys sports, dancing, going to parties, and talking to girls ... he would like to be successful in anything he at¬ tempts . . . participated in Letter- men ' s Club; Varsity Football 12; Varsity Track 12; Riot Squad . . . John will never forget when Lincoln lost to San Diego in football. LINDA RAE COLEMAN Swimming, horsebackriding, and water skiing rates high with Linda . . . majored in the field of business . . . kept busy with Senior Prom Committee; Adelphians 12; Lancers 11, 12; Bowling Club 12; GAA 10, 12; CSF; Senior Publicity Committee; Safety Committee . . . aspires to be¬ come a buyer for a retail store fol¬ lowing graduation . . . the Hoover and San Diego basketball games will be long remembered by her. JANET IRENE COLSTON Janet will long remember those good old two-day term papers . . . chose reading, talking, and driving as her favorite pastimes . . . fun, happiness, and a trip around the world in later years are her ambi¬ tions in life . . . she was in Orches¬ tra 10, 11, President 12; Pom Pon 10 . . . interested in teaching fol¬ lowing graduation . . . another State- bound Lincoln graduate. KENNETH EVERETT COLVIN JR. Ken has participated in Track 10; Football 10, 12; Science Club 10; Senate 11; Wrestling 12; Tennis 12 . . . A Math-Science major, he plans to attend college for two years, be¬ come an Air Force pilot, and later go to Europe for a vacation . . . wants happiness out of life and the knowledge it takes to have this hap¬ piness . . . Ken will always remem¬ ber the time we beat Hoover in foot¬ ball. BEVERLY GENE COMER Bev was a former Hoover student, transferring to Lincoln in her junior year . . she became active in French Club 11; Safety Committee 11; Class Representative 11; Hornet Hustlers 11; November Girl of the Month 11; Buzz Staff 11, 12; Bible Club 11, 12; Emerald Deb Council 12; Senior Prom Committee; NFL 12 . . her memories include “The Mighty Four " and " Mr. Clean " . . . Bev considers life a gift in itself and just wants to appreciate it. JUDITH ANN COMER Judy has been active in Lancers 11; Senior Concessions 12; Bowling Club 12 . . . majored in the field of Business . . . enjoys just about every¬ thing, including talking . . . happi¬ ness and money are her goals in life Judy will fondly remember first lunch, the Senior Counselor ' s Office and all the fun she had at Lincoln . . . she plans to work until October and then get married. CATHERINE L. COOK Sometimes called " Cookie " . . . prefers swimming, dancing, walks, watching TV, and going to the mov¬ ies in her spare time . . . the good times in Miss Jones ' and Mrs. Tay¬ lor ' s office and a certain slumber party will linger longest in her mem¬ ories . . . Cathy is interested in be¬ coming a beautician and making lots of money in future years . . . she hopes to have a family, security, and success out of life. HANNA JOANNE COOK Jo wants to live and be happy in life . . . lists eating, and being busi¬ ness manager of a well-known club as her favorite pastimes ... a Busi¬ ness major, she plans on attending Pasadena Junior College, then San Diego State, and eventually become a bookkeeper . . . active in Spikers 10; Y-Teens 10, 11; Lancers 11; Drill Team 11, 12; Girls Track Team 12; Riot Squad ... Jo will fondly remember the day Roscoe ran a 9.3 hundred, the Senior Prom and Grad¬ uation. VICKI LEE COOK Vicki, an Honors English student, majored in Math, Science, and Eng¬ lish . . . especially enjoys swimming and horseback riding in her leisure time . . . she has participated in Lancers 12; Emerald Deb Council 12; Senior Day Committee; Hornet Hus¬ tlers 12; CSF 12; Mary Kathryns 12; Future Nurses Slub 11, 12; Safety Committee 12; Riot Squad . . . suc¬ cess in life is her goal . . . her Mary Kathryn tapping will be long remem¬ bered . . . plans to eventually be¬ come a biology teacher. DORIS JEAN COOPER " Bug ' s " was Lincoln ' s Drum Cap¬ tain in her junior year, and also participated in Drum Corps 10; Riot Squad ... a Business major, she plans on making her husband, Gary happy . . . fond of talking, dancing, and singing in her spare time . . . out of life she hopes to have a long and happy life and be able to show her parents appreciation for all they ' ve done for her. CLARA AMELIA COPA " Amy " to all ... a welcome transfer from Polytechnic High in San Francisco where she participated in GAA 11; Fencing Club 11; Swim¬ ming Club 11; Home Room Treas¬ urer 11; Cub Reporter 10; Pep Club ... a Business major . . . she will long remember her senior year, Mr. Steinfield ' s witty criticism in Ameri¬ can Government, and Marlene Hunt- zinger ' s fall down the stairs . . . dancing, sports, and boys rate high with her. CARLA FAYE COPHER Carla has been active in Riot | Squad; Bible Club 11, 12; Emerald t Deb Council 11 ... she especially j enjoys driving, going on trips, eating, - and playing miniature golf . . . in- I terested in attending a Christian col¬ lege following graduation . . . hap- « piness and success are her goals . . . Carla will always remember Mrs. Kreis and the snack bar line at lunch. RONALD RAY COSTA Ronald will always remember the fun he had with his classmates and some of his teachers ... a History major,, his post-graduate plans in¬ clude joining the service and later attending college . . . particularly enjoys working on hobbies in his spare time. LLOYD ROBERT COX Nicknamed “Alpine Mountain Boy " . . . enjoys swimming, fishing, hunt¬ ing, and all sports in general . . . he majored in Industrial Arts and post-graduate plans include becom¬ ing a carpenter . . . active in Letter- men ' s Club 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12 . . . Lloyd wants to have a happy marriage, a secure job, and lots of adventure in life ... his favorite memories include Honey Lou, Lincoln, his Prom, the Hoover- Lincoln football game, and the ASB Ball. ARTHUR CLEMSON CRAWFORD JR. Art has attended Lincoln for three years ... he was active in Football; Baseball; Band 10, 11; Lettermen ' s Club . . . has no immediate plans for the future. DAVID CRUSE David was particularly active in Wrestling while attending Lincoln . . . he was at the " Hive " for his sopho¬ more, junior, and senior years . . . David is still undecided about his future plans. WILLIAM EDWARD CRUTCHFIELD " Crutch " was active in Football 10; Wrestling 10, 12; Track 10 . . . post-graduate plans include attending college in the fall, becoming a phar¬ macist in future years . . . especially enjoys dancing, wrestling, and stand¬ ing at his spot looking at all the pipe in his leisure time . . . Bill will al¬ ways remember sneaking into last year ' s prom, and the time Bettye Triplett helped him go back with his girl at the ASB Ball. MARGOT ANNE DALY Margo will always remember her senior year, her Mary Kathryn tap¬ ping, and Mr. Stollenwerk ' s Latin class . . . she lists modern dancing, listening to records, and eating as her favorite pastimes . . . active in Choir 10; CSF 10, 11, 12; Mary Kathryn Historian 12; Senate 11; Adelphians 12; Emerald Deb Council 11; Latin Club 11, 12; Future Teach¬ ers Club 11; Nominating Convention 10, 11 ... Margo plans to attend Cal Western and become a teacher. MICHAEL C. DANIELS Better known as Mike . . . Bowling Club, CCC, and the Rifle Team kepf him busy ... he majored in Business and intends on entering the business field following graduation . . . plans to get as much as he can out of life . . . Mr. Blanchard ' s Crafts class will linger in his memory . . . enjoys getting away with what he wants and avoiding Coach Smith. DONNA DAY Donna had a general education major while attending Lincoln . . . her sophomore and junior years and the first semester of her senior year were spent at the " Hive " . . . Donna is now happily married. CHARLOTTE LEORA DeSIMONE Charlotte will always remember her senior year ... a Business major, she would like to eventually become a private secretary . . . takes pleas¬ ure in sewing and eating pizza and doughnuts . . . participated in Riot Squad; Modern Dance Club 1 1, Vice President 12; Lancers 11 while at¬ tending Lincoln . . . success and happiness in life are her goals. RODNEY OWEN DILLON We call him " Mr. Dillon " . . . was an Honors Math and Physics student . . . becoming a scientist in future years interests him . . . particularly enjoys chess and reading . . . satis¬ faction is his real goal in life . . . participated in CSF 10, 11, President 12; Math Science Club 11, President 10; Sound Crew 10; Key Club 11, Treasurer 12; Executives 12; Senior Class Play; Senate 12; Cross Country 11; Lincoln ' s Representative for In¬ strument Society of America 12. JOHN A. DOGGETT JR. Prefers fo be called " Allen " . . . an Honors English and History stu¬ dent, he plans to become a doctor, specializing in psychological studies . . . wants money, health, and peace of mind out of life . . . fond of going to parties, and relaxing with friends . . . active in Math-Science Club 10, 11; Senate 12; French Club 12; Riot Squad; Senior Play Commit¬ tee . . . John will always remember the classes of ' 59 and ' 60, the San Diego-Lincoln basketball game, the Carnivals, and January 20. WILLIAM MICHAEL DOTO Bill was a former Hoover student, transferring to Lincoln in his junior year . . . fond of dancing, talking, and listening to music ... a certain girl will be a very lasting memory . . . majored in Liberal Arts and Foreign Language . . . hopes to a- chieve satisfaction in life . . . was in the French Club during his sophomore year . . . another State-bound Lin¬ coln graduate. L RICHARD ALLEN DROLL Richard has been at Lincoln for three years ... he enjoys being with his girl ... a Math and Drafting major . . . would like to attend col¬ lege and become an architect . . . wants happiness and success out of life . . . will never forget Mr. Rob¬ inson ' s English class. WOODROW DUENAS Woody had a general education major ... he was at the " Hive " for 21 2 years, and transferred to Long Beach in his senior year. ROBERT S. DUITSMAN " Sylvester " as he is sometimes called has attended Lincoln for three years . . . dancing and women rate high with him . . . hopes to have happiness out of life ... a major in Math and Drafting . . . future plans include college and later become an electircian. TROY FLOYD ECHOLS " Big Eck " to a few . . . spends his leisure hours dancing and eating . . . participated in Track 10, 11, 12; Lancers 11 ... Troy hopes to a- chieve an education, a good job, and a wife and family ... he will always remember the fine girls at Lincoln . . . aspires to become an electrical engineer. LORETTA EARLENE EDWARDS Loretta has been active in Drill Team 10, 11; Senior Publicity Com¬ mittee; Senior Night Committee; Riot Squad; Nominating Convention 11... a Business major . . . enjoys drawing, boating, eating Chinese food, and dating Johnny . . . her future plans include becoming an artist . . . wants happiness and success out of life . . . her senior year and the time Sharon Jones and she were painting in Bal¬ boa Park will be long remembered. PATRICIA MAXINE EDWARDS Pat was a transfer from Marsh¬ field High in Oregon and has been at the " Hive " for 1V 2 years . . . she occupies her spare time painting, reading, and enjoying all sports . . . Pat will fondly remember the fun she and Jean had together ... a Math and Science major, she hopes to go into teaching or interior decor¬ ating in future years . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. GEORGIE ANN EISELE " George " to friends . . . college is included in her future plans as well as becoming a lawyer . . . lists read¬ ing, and talking as her favorite pas¬ times . . . Dana, her seventh period class, and all the work Betty, Barry and she did will be long remembered . . . active in Drill Team 11, 12; Riot Squad; NFL 11, 12 . . . wants to be happy and successful in life. DANA MAE ELLIOT Dana would like happiness out of life . . . she was a Business major while attending Lincoln and future plans include attending a business college in the fall . . . she was active in Bowling Club 11, 12; Y-Teens 10 . . . she is fond of the weekends with that certain someone . . . Dana will always remember her sixth per¬ iod c lass in 118. JAMES EDWARD ELLIS Jim has been active in CSF 11, 12 and the Nominating Convention 11 . . a Math-Science major . . . par¬ ticularly enjoys parties and girls in his spare time . . . hopes to achieve happiness with Karen and success in his career . . . Mr. Brewer ' s Physics class will be long remembered . . . Jim is undecided as yet about his future but will probably join the Air Force following graduation. LOIS ANN ELLIS Lois has been a member of Riof Squad; Modern Dance Club 10; Lan¬ cers 10, 11; Bowling Club 12 ... a Business major . . . hopes to even¬ tually become a bookkeeper at the Bank of America . . . enjoys water skiing and dancing . . . would like money, love and happiness out of life . . . will always remember her senior year and the Hoover and San Diego games. SHERRIE ELAINE ELLIS Her friends call her " Shane " . . . a welcome transfer from Crawford High in her sophomore year . . . Lancers 11, 12; Riot Squad; Hornet Hustlers 12; Nominating Convention 10, 11; ASB Ball Decoration Com¬ mittee 12; Senate 10 kept her busy . . . dancing, talking, and having a good time rates high with her . . . college is in her future plans . . . Sherrie will long remember getting her MG and going with Bill . . . she wants to always have a good time. AKIKO ENOMOTO Akiko enjoys all types of sports . . . she majored in the fields of , Math and Science . . . participated in Riot Squad; CSF 10 . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . Akiko is an¬ other State-bound Lincoln graduate. ROBERT ENOMOTO An Electronics major. Bob plans on- entering the service ... he spends his spare time bowling . . . interested in getting a good job and making a lot of money in future years . . . was on JV Football 10; Varsity Foot¬ ball 11; Wrestling 11 . . . the Nom¬ inating Convention and the day he got his tooth knocked out during gym will never be forgotten. BURCH ERNEST ERTLE Burch was a welcome transfer from Buffalo, New York, where he attend¬ ed Bennett High ... he came to Lincoln in his junior year and has been active in Golf Club 11; Bible Club 11, 12; Lettermen ' s Club 12... majored in Math and Science . . . can be found drawing and building electronic equipment in his spare time . . . will never forget having to be chased by girls across the stage to advertise for the Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . Burch will attend State College. CAROL ESKILDSEN Carol is a Business major who plans to get married following gradu¬ ation . . . she enjoys being with Steve in her leisure hours . . . was active in the Bowling Club 12 . . . wants happiness out of life . . . the happy moments spent in her sixth period class in room 118 and fifth period in the counseling office will be long remembered. SHIRLEY ANN FERDINANDO Shirley chose playing the accordion and violin, sewing, painting and cooking as her favorite pastimes . . . active in Nurses Club 12 ... a Math and Science major . . . lasting mem¬ ories include Mr. Howell ' s seventh period Physiology class with twelve girls and one boy, and walking home in the rain . . . future plans include going into nurses training or attend¬ ing a Bible college to become a mis¬ sionary nurse . . . wants the satis¬ faction out of life that she has pleased the " Almighty God. " RONALD LEON FERKOVICH Better known as " Ferkie " . . . hopes to have bachelorhood and carefree conditions out of life . . . majored in Art and plans to join the Army following graduafion . . . was active in Senate 11; Bowling Club 12; JV Basketball 12; JV Baseball 10, 11; Varsity Baseball 12; Nominating Convention 11... likes to cap on Bob Enamoto in his leisure time . . . Ronnie will never forget Mr. Wil¬ liam ' s calling to Keagy. MARY FERNANDEZ Mary lists talking and listening to music as her favorite pastimes . . . active in Senate 12; ASB Commis¬ sioner of Health and Safety 12; Fu¬ ture Nurses Club 10, 11, President 12; Safety Committee Chairman 12; NFL 12; CSF 10; Executives 12; Sen¬ ior Vespers Committee; Bible Club 10 ... a Science major, Mary plans to go into teaching in future years . . . she will always remember the ' 59 Convention, receiving the Safety Plaque for Lincoln, and winning against Sweetwater at Cal Western. CAROLYN FLOYD Prefers to be called " Jackie " . . . especially enjoys dancing and having fun . . . attended Lincoln for three years . . . belonged to the Modern Dance Club; GAA 10, 11, 12; Choir 12... she majored in the field of Business and Art . . . interested in becoming an employee of the tele¬ phone company. DAN FOGERTY Dan is especially fond of sleeping and riding his bicycle in his leisure hours ... his ambitions in life in¬ clude happiness and thirteen kids . . . he participated in Cross Country in his sophomore year . . . majored in the fields of Math and Science, but is still undecided about future plans. ROGER DOUGLAS FOLSOM Roger has attended Lincoln for three years ... an Industrial Arts major, he plans on becoming a good printer in future years . . . especially enjoys spending money . . . served on the Senior Commencement Com¬ mittee . . . Roger will always re¬ member his Prom ... he hopes that someday the other schools in San Diego will realize that Lincoln is the best. BETTY FOX Betty spent the last semester of her juni or year and the first semes¬ ter of her senior year at Lincoln . . . she majored in Drama and Public Speaking. DONNA MARIA GAGNON Donna was in the Bowling Club, G.A.A. and was a Class Representa¬ tive 10 ... a major in Science and English . . . plans to attend a busi¬ ness college and eventually become a private secretary . . . enjoys being out-of-doors . . . would like to have a family and live out in the country . . . will never foregt the ' 58 Con¬ vention and the hamsters that re¬ fused to live in cages. JOSEPH FLORES GARCIA Joe majored in Physical Education and Auto Shop . . . following gradu¬ afion, he would like to attend junior college for two years and then join either the Air Force or Marine Corps . . . he enjoys riding around, swim¬ ming, and talking to Chris in his spare time ... a transfer from George Washington High in Guam in his sophomore year . . . Joe hopes to find a girl and settle down even¬ tually ... he will never forget the San Diego game with Lincoln. JOSEPH LOUIS GARCIA Joey occupies his spare time listen¬ ing to records and going out with a certain girl ... he hopes to even¬ tually have happiness and success in life . . . was a former Pomona High student, transferring to the " Hive " in his senior year . . . joining the Air Force and later becoming a mechanic are his post-graduate plans . . . Joey will never forget Graduation. WANDA GERONILLA Wanda came to us from Hawaii in her sophomore year and was at Lin¬ coln until the second semester of her senior year . . . she majored in the field of Business. LAWRENCE THOMAS GILBERT Known as Larry to his friends . . . came to Lincoln via Chula Vista . . chose going out with Helen as his favorite pastime . . . following grad¬ uation Larry plans on joining the Air Force and eventually become an electronics engineer . . . out of life he plans to have a good time and make a " mint " ... he will never forget the times last year he spent hiding from Coach Smith. MARGARET IRENE GARLAND Margie listed being with " the one " and tying up the phone line as fav¬ orite pastimes . . . activities included C.S.F. 10, It, 12; Drum Corps 10; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; Riot Squad; Lancers 12; G.A.A. 12 . . . lasting memories include burning the mid¬ night oil and the spirit of Lincoln students . . . had a Science-Language- Business major and plans to get married and attend college . . wants to be a good wife and a social worker. MELVIN EUGENE GENTRY Gene enjoys playing basketball and football . . . post-graduate plans in¬ clude entering either the Marines or Air Force . . . hopes to have a good time out of life . . . Gene will always remember the San Diego-Lincoln bas¬ ketball games, and his friends. CHARLES WESLEY GEORGE Charles formerly attended Hunger- ford High in Texas where he was ac¬ tive as Sophomore Class President; Boys NFA Club, Secretary 10, Vice President 11; Junior Production Man¬ ager 11... majored in Math and Business . . . wants to enter the ser¬ vice, later attend college, and even¬ tually get married . . . listed eating, dancing and sports as his favorite pastimes . . . will never forget Don McFarlin ' s ugly face. JOANNE LEE GESCHWINDT A Business major, Joanne is look¬ ing forward to attending San Diego State in the fall . . . she participated in Senior Prom Committee; Emerald Deb Senior Representative; Annual Staff Senior Editor; Hornet Hustlers 11; Riot Squad while attending Lin¬ coln . . . having fun with others and going to the beach rate high with her . . . Joanne ' s goal in life is to live, love, and be happy . . . she will fondly remember all the good times she had with the " Mighty Four. " SHARON ELAINE GILBERT Lincoln was the first American school Sharon has attended since re¬ turning from Saudi Arabia . . . she became active in Bowling Club 10, President 11, 12; Y-Teens 11; GAA 10, 11; Class Representative 11; Fu¬ ture Teachers Club 10; Buzz Staff 11; Riot Squad; Stage Crew 11, 12; Lancers 10 . . . takes pleasure in bowling, swimming, and being with Herb . . . marriage is included in her future plans as well as becoming an elementary teacher. JOYCE ANN GESCHWINDT Joyce especially enjoys being with her friends . . . her activities includ¬ ed Annual Staff Senior Editor 12; Senior Class Treasurer; Hornet Hus¬ tlers 11; Riot Squad; December Girl of the Month 12 . . . she majored in the field of Business . . . out of life she hopes to always have friendship, love, and happiness . lasting memories include the " Mighty Four " and Christmas Vacation in ' 58 . . . following graduation Joyce will at¬ tend San Diego State and major in the secretarial field. WILLIAM RICHARD GILBERT Bill is partial to playing the organ, bowling and eating . . belonged to Bowling Club 10, 11, 12; NFL 12; Riot Squad; Lancers 10, 11; Sopho¬ more Class President; Junior Class Council; Safety Committee Co-Chair¬ man 11 ... happiness and money are his goals . . . will never forget the ' 59 Convention and how he lost, his sister ' s bowling score of 204 with an 85 average, and Mr. Patoff ' s World Affairs class. MITCHELL LLOYD GIBERSON Mitch came to Lincoln in his sen- | ior year, transferring from Areata High ... he was active in Track and Cross Country . . . can be found workinq on his hobby, watching and participating in sports, and enjoying art in his spare time . . . out of life he hopes to have liberty and all the happiness he can get ... he aspires to become a career serviceman . . . will always remember his alma mater. . JOSEPH GOLLEDGE Joseph was a former student at Yuba City Union High and has been at the " Hive " for two years . . . dancing and football games take up his spare time ... he is looking forward to attending trade school following graduation, and hopes to eventually become an electronics en¬ gineer ... he will never forget the games Lincoln almost won. LUPE APODACA GOMEZ Lupie will never forget the Green and White Ball and Mr. Blanchard . . . she would like to become a social worker and work with teenagers . . . enjoys parties and listening to the Gayniters . . . her ambition in life is to never get married or be tied down in one place. MARINA GOMEZ Marina wants wealth and happiness out of life . . . she would like to become a telephone operator in fu¬ ture years . . . fond of sleeping, eat¬ ing, and going out all the time . . . was active in Y-Teens 11; GAA 11 . . . the nice people at Lincoln will stand out in her memory. JOHNNY GONZALEZ Johnny came to Lincoln in his junior year, transferring from San Diego High . . . majored in Auto Shop . . . future plans include mar¬ rying Cookie . . . eventually he would like success and happiness out of life . . . chose being with Cookie as his favorite pastime. JULIA GONZALEZ Julie previously attended San Diego High . . . she enjoys working on the switchboard . . . majored in Business . . . happiness and a " dishwasher " are her goals . . . was kept busy with Y-Teens 12; Pom Pon 11; Double Baton 12 . . . she will long remember Lupe at the beach party . . . attend¬ ing San Diego Junior College and be¬ coming a PBX operator are in her future plans. WILLIAM HENRY GONZALEZ Bill was kept busy with Drama Club 10; Stage Crew 11, 12; Choir 11; Ensemble 12 . . . majored in the Business field . . . junior college is ahead as well as becoming a book¬ keeper . . . enjoys spending his spare time reading and singing . . . Bill will always remember the fun he had in Stage Crew and Choir, Mackie and Sylvia in Ensemble, Mr. White, and the students at Lincoln. PATRICIA GRAHAM Pat hopes to become a model and later get married . . . she especially enjoys dancing, parties, talking, col¬ lecting records, swimming, and bowl¬ ing . . . active in Y-Teens 10; Bowl¬ ing Club 11, 12; Riot Squad ... a major in Home Economics and Art . . . success is her goal . . . will never forget her little vacation. JUDY ANN GRAY Judy can be found going to parties and to the beach in her leisure hours . . . during her three years at Lincoln she was active in Buzz Staff 12; Drama 11, 12; Class Representative 11; Nominating Convention 11 . . . an English major, Judy hopes to have happiness and a TR-3 out of life . . . her favorite memories of Lincoln are the two dates Sandi got her, and the summer of ' 59. CAROLYN VIRGINIA GROSS Carolyn has attended Lincoln for three years . . . she participated in Riot Squad and Bible Club 11, 12 . . . a Business major who plans to be¬ come a clerk-typist and get married next year . . . enjoys sewing and cooking . . . would like a nice family . . . will always remember the won¬ derful times at Lincoln. STELLA GUEVARA A Business major, Stella especially enjoys being with her little girl, Gloria, and having a good time . . . happiness is her goal . . . she is now working . . . Stella will long remem¬ ber her sophomore year. ANITA GUTIERREZ Anita takes pleasure in reading and listening to classical music . . . her wonderful friends will stand out in her memory . . . she wants success out of life . . . Anita is interested in the field of education. MARIE R. GUTIERREZ Mona ' s future plans include mar¬ riage to Roy in February . . . was a member of Riot Squad; Lancers 12; GAA 11... spends her leisure time listening to KDEO and going out with Roy ... a happy marriage is Mona ' s ambition in life . . . her favorite memories of Lincoln include a certain junior boy, J.S., and all the good times she and Gina had in the eleventh grade. CHARLES E. GUY JR. Charles participated in Varsity Football 11; Wrestling 11; Bowling Club 10; Senate 11; Lettermen ' s Club 11, 12 while attending Lincoln . . . he would like money in life . . . following graduation Charles plans to eventually marry ... he will always remember Mr. Minor ' s Chemistry class. ERNEST WILLIAM HAIMAN Ernest particularly enjoys being with his friends in his leisure hours . . . he came to Lincoln via Sweet- waler High in his junior year . . . post-graduate plans include joining the service ... his ambition is to have a happy life . . . Ernest will long remember Mr. DeBeck. WALTER LEE HALLEY Walter was at the " Hive " during the last semester of his junior year and the first semester of his senior year. MIKE HALOWELL Mike attended Lincoln for his sophomore and junior years and the first semester of his senior year . . . he completed his senior year at Memorial Evening School. CAROL MADGE HANNA Carol wants to do something worthwhile in life and find happiness . . . she considers being with friendly people as her favorite pastime . . . was an Honors History student . . . active in NFL 10, 11, Vice President 12; Adelphians 10, 11, Treasurer 12; Senior Commencement Committee; Mary Kathryns 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer; Senior Plan Committee; Single Baton 11; Double Baton Cap¬ tain 12; Senior Fall Production . . . would like to attend college in the fall and eventually go into teaching. THELMA HARRIS Thelma attended Lincoln since her sophomore year ... an active mem¬ ber in Chorus, she completed her senior year at Memorial Evening School. ROBERT CONRAD HARRISON Bobby was a transfer from Fremont High in his junior year and partici¬ pated in Baseball, Basketball, and Choir ... his post-graduate plans include joining the Air Force . . . especially enjoys eating, sleeping, and talking to girls in his leisure time . . . hopes to always have good health in life . . . majored in the field of Math. ROBERT HAWKINS Bob ' s post-graduate plans include becoming a mechanic in later years . . . money is his main goal in life . . . he attended the " Hive " for three years . . . Bob will never forget Auto Shop. PATRICIA GALE HAZEL Pat enjoys reading, sewing, stamp and coin collecting ... an Honors History student, she majored in Math and Foreign Languages . . . was ac¬ tive in Pom Pon 11; Drum Corps Captain 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; Math-Science Club 11; Riot Squad; Bible Club 10, 11; G.A.A. 12; CSF 11 ... ushering at last year ' s Graduation and the teachers of Lin¬ coln will linger longest in her mem¬ ories . . . happiness and a full life are her goals. JACKIE LYNE HELMS Jackie will always remember the Sjenior lawn, the lunch line, and the parking lot before school . . . she participated in the Emerald Deb Council in her sophomore year . . . her plans include marriage on the twenty-fifth of June . . . spends her leisure hours going to the Modified Races every Saturday night, and be¬ ing with Joe . . . Jackie wants to be happy and content, and have a suc¬ cessful life with Joe. DELORES JO HENRY Better known as " Dee " ... a former Mar Vista student . . . she transferred to Lincoln in her junior year . . . especially enjoys relaxing and watching television in her leisure time. DIAN LORRAINE HENSON Nicknamed " Porky " ... an ac¬ tive member of Y-Teens 11, 12; Modern Dance Club 11, 12; Riot Squad ... a Business major . . . she ' ll long remember the ASB Ball of ' 59, and the Prom . . . especially en¬ joyed going to the Lincoln basketball games with " L " . . . business college is included in her future plans . . . Dian will eventually get married. DELLA RAY HERBERT Della, a transfer from Regina Coeli Academy, has attended Lincoln since her junior year . . . occupies her spare time driving around in her Chevi ... a Latin-Spanish major, Della would like to marry a million¬ aire and see the world . . . Senior Day and her Senior Prom will stand out in her memories . . . hopes to be a wonderful wife and parent. SANDRA SUE HERMANSEN Sandy was a welcome transfer from Mercer Island High in Washington, where she was active in Service Committee 11; Pep Club Chairman 11; Foreign Exchange Projects 11 ... at Lincoln she was in the Choir . . . a Business major, she hopes to be¬ come a fashion model or an airline hostess . . . fond of water skiing, dancing, swimming, and bowling . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . her fondest memory is Steve . . . Sandy would like to travel and see the world in later years. ELEANOR LOIS HERTACH Known as " Ellie " to her friends . . . she majored in Business and Math during her three years at Lincoln . . . Eleanor will fondly remember her Prom . . . she is still undecided about future plans. GEORGE NORMAN HETZ George was active in Wrestling 10, 12; Track 10 . . .he will always re¬ member Lincoln ' s cute girls . . majored in Auto Shop . . . plans to become a diesel mechanic . . . wine, woman and song are his goals . . . enjoys surfing in his spare time. SANDRA L. HIGHTMAN Sandy is enthusiastic about listen- to the radio, and playing sports with her friends . . . the fabulous spirit of Lincoln, the GAA camping trips, and the time she tried to get a certain PE teacher in the showers will be long remembered . . . Sandy would like to attend junior college in the fall and study to become a dental assistant . . . she was an active mem¬ ber of Drill Team 10, 11; Pom Pon Lieutenant 12; GAA 10, 11, 12 . . . she hopes to have happiness and be well-liked. CHARLOTTE DARLENE HILL Charlotte enjoys spending her leis¬ ure time dancing, driving, and being with Lloyd ... a member of Riot Squad; Chorus 10; Choir 11, 12 . . . majored in Music . . . would like to become a dental assistant . . . wants to be happy and nice to people . . . will fondly remember all the fun she and Carmen had in their sophomore year and her twelfth grade English teacher, Mrs. Huson. DIANE EVELYN HILL Sometimes referred to as " Helga " . . . came to Lincoln via TustinHigh in the beginning of her senior year . . . Diane rates hiking and camping as her favorite pastimes . . . looking forward to attending Orange Coast Junior College in the fall and study to become a secondary teacher . . . active in the Riot Squad while at Lincoln . . . she hopes to eventually become a successful teacher and at¬ tend San Jose State in later years. STEPHEN RAY HILL Steve will never forget all the good times he has had, as well as the things he learned in Mr. Fleming ' s Auto Shop ... he enjoys working on his ' 50 Ford, fishing and hunting in his leisure time . . . majored in Industrial Arts and Auto Shop . plans to become a brake mechanic in future years . . . Steve hopes to have a family of two and a steady but exciting home life. CARY WILLIAM HOLSAPPLE " Halfapple " majored in the field of Math and Science and is interested in becoming an engineer in future years . . . the things he learned in Mr. Brewer ' s class will linger longest in his memories. GERALD HOSAKA We call him " China Bandit " . . . eating and cruising El Cajon Boule¬ vard occupies his spare time . . . was in JV Football 10, Varsity 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Lettermen ' s Club 12 . . . although an Industrial Arts major, Jerry is still undecided about his future . . . out of life he would like everything ... he will never forget the San Diego-Lincoln football game when he was knocked out. CHARLES THOMAS HOWARD Known to his friends as Charlie or " Chuck Wagon " ... he can be found driving his Sprite to activities . . participated in Annual Staff 12; Riot Squad ... his future plans in¬ clude becoming a millionaire . . . Charlie will never forget his sopho¬ more year, his senior year, and the kids around school . . . another State- bound Lincoln graduate. RICHARD MORGAN HOWELL Rich, Zeke, or Stein—take your pick ... a Science major, Richard would like to attend college and eventually become a marine biologist, an animal psychologist or a beatnik . . . he wants pleasure and satisfac¬ tion out of whatever he plans to do . . . participated in Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Track 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; Latin Club 11,12... reading, painting, and listening to Bach, Miles Davis, and Lee Konitz are among his favorite pastimes. MARLENE HUNTZINGER Bothering Miss Jones and dancing takes up Marlene ' s spare time . . . a Business major . . . she will fondly remember being chosen on the Em¬ erald Deb Council and Mary Kathryn ' s and dancing with Carol and Sondra . . . Marlene was kept busy with Adelphians; Mary Kathryn ' s 12; Buzz Staff 10, 11; Emerald Deb Council 12; Modern Dance Club; Riot Squad; CSF 11, 12; Lancers; Hornet Hustlers; NFL; ASB Play; Senior Play 10; GAA; Senior Publicity Committee; Ticket Bid Committee 1 1. ELNORA M. HUTCHINSON Likes to be called " Nora " . . . post-graduate plans include attending a business college in the fall . . . fond of watching television, sewing, and listening to music . . . partici¬ pated in Nominating Convention 10 . . . she hopes to eventually have a happily married life. ANDREW JOHN INGRASSIA Andy was active in the Y-Teen Swimming Club . . . his favorite memories of Lincoln include its spirit and honors, which were better than any other high school ... he enjoys everything that has to do with a good life . . . Math and Art were his majors . . . following graduation Andy would like to work as a cashier so he may eventually attend San Diego State or junior college . . . becoming an engineer interests him in future years. CAROLE RITA ISLES Carole enjoys going to the show . . . G.A.A. 10, 11; Riot Squad; Lancers 10, 11, 12; Y-Teens 10 kept her busy ... a major in Business and Homemaking . . . favorite mem¬ ories include her senior year . . . be¬ ing a good wife and mother and having a set of twins are her goals. THOMAS HARRELL JAKE Better known as Tommy . . . fav¬ orite pastime is playing cards . . . was active in Latin Club 11, 12; Bowling Club 11; CCC 10, 11 . . . Mr. Johnston ' s sixth period Biology class in his sophomore year and Mr. Stollenwerk ' s third period Latin class in his junior year will stand out in his memories . . . hopes to achieve happiness out of life . . . aspires to become an X-ray technician. BRENDA JOYCE JENKINS Likes to be called " B.J. " . . . en¬ joys being with the Council and talk¬ ing to a certain boy on the telephone nightly . . . was active in Drill Team 12; Riot Squad; Y-Teens 11, 12; G.A.A. 10, 11, 12; Emerald Deb Council 11; Senate 10; Choir 12; French Club 12 . . . majored in Business and Science . . . hopes to attend Los Angeles College for two years and continue her career as a cosmetologist . . . Brenda will never forget her junior year, her senior activities, and June 10. ASHLEY ROBERT JOERNDT " Ash " to all . . . prefers playing sports, listening to jazz, and con¬ versing with the opposite sex in his spare time . . . would like to have wealth and peace of mind in later years ... a major in Psychology . . . active in Key Club 10, 11, 12; Let- termen ' s Club 11, 12; Riot Squad; Stage Crew 11; Varsity Basketball 11, 12; J.V. Baseball 10; Varsity Baseball 11, 12; Buzz Staff 12; Senate 12... his sophomore year and the Lincoln- San Diego basketball games will be long remembered. JANICE LEE JOHANSON Jo came to Lincoln via Southwest High in Minnesota in her senior year where she was active in Junior- Senior Prom Committee 11; Dance Committee 10, 11; Arrow Reporter 11; Junior Club 11; Blue Tri 10; Sil¬ ver Tri 11 . . . she will never forget her first, last, and only year in Cali¬ fornia ... a Business major, Janice plans to become either a secretary or an airline stewardess in Minneapolis . . . she especially enjoys swimming and all winter sports . . . out of life she would like to tour the world and eventually get married . LARRY ALBIN JOHNSON Larry came to Lincoln via West Rockford High in Illinois ... a Math- English-lndustrial Arts major, he plans on becoming an electrician reading, and going places rates high with him . . . happiness and satis¬ faction out of life are his ambitions . . . active in Bible Club 10, 11; Football. LUCILLE A. JOHNSON Lucy chose creating new and dif¬ ferent kinds of clothing as her fav¬ orite pastime . . . she is interested in attending junior college with a Cosmetology major . . . participated in C hoir 11; GAA 10, 11, 12; Senate 10, 11; Riot Squad; Y-Teens 11 . . . her goal is to become an outstanding person for God . . . Lucy will always remember the poor sinners in first lunch, and Mrs. Gordon. SAMUEL BENNETT JOHNSON We know him as " White Rat " . . . particularly enjoys dancing and skin diving . . . Sam was Lincoln ' s Cheer¬ leader in his junior and senior years, and also was active in Latin Club 11, 12; Senior Day Committee; Letter- men ' s Club 10, 11, 12; Nominating Convention 10, 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Spikers 10 . . . out of life he hopes to have many good friends ... he will at¬ tend Arizona State in the fall and study to become an industrial engi¬ neer. WILLIAM RUDOLPH JOHNSON Likes to be called " Humphrey " or " Butchie " . . . chose reading as his favorite pastime . . . although a Science major. Bill is still undecided about his future plans ... he will never forget the girls. ERNEST EUGENE JONES Ernie was active in Football 10, 12; Track 10, 12; Class Representative 11; Band 10, 11, 12; Lettermen ' s Club 12; Musician of the Month, December . . . lasting memories in¬ clude the ASB Ball of ' 59, Crawford football game of ' 59, and sixth period Music Appreciation with his " little angel " . . . fond of sports, dancing, talking to people, and music . . . enjoyment, peace, and happiness in life are his goals . . . Ernie will at¬ tend Palomar College in the fall and eventually become a social worker. FRED H. JONES " Holmes " was a transfer from San Diego High in his senior year where he was active in Baseball and Foot¬ ball ... at Lincoln he became first man on the Wrestling Team ... he chose having fun and watching and participating in sports activities as his favorite pastimes . . . would like to attend college for awhile, join the Air Forces, and eventually wrestle in the Olympics . . . will never forget the time he saw Geraldine Long sneak on the bus, and Bettye Trip¬ lett as being a tattletale. WILLIAM JORDAN Bill occupies his spare time work¬ ing on his hobbies ... he was kept busy with Key Club 10, 11; Letter- men ' s Club 10, 11, Vice president 12; NFL 10, 11, 12; Junior Class Presi¬ dent; Riot Squad; Track 10; Se nior Play Committee; Golf Club 11... out of life he hopes to have as much fun as possible ... he majored in Math and Science, and plans to enter the Air Force after graduating . . . the enjoyment of high school will linger long in his memories . . . Bill plans to become an astronaut. PAUL G. KAMACHI Paul was a newcomer this year, coming from Coachella Valley Union High ... he considers his Junior and Senior Proms as his favorite memories . . . fond of drawing . . . majored in Math, Social Science, and Language ... in the future, Paul will do something pertaining to med¬ icine. GEORGE WILLIAM KELLY " Butch " majored in Math . . . go¬ ing to the beach and eating pizza rate as his favorite pastimes ... a member of the Bowling Club 12 . . . wants to be a success as an officer in the Navy ... his " carefree " days in his junior year will be long re¬ membered . . . post-graduate plans include San Diego State . . . hopes to eventually become an officer in the U.S. Navy. DOROTHY KELNOSKY " Dottie " was a Math-Science major but her post-graduate plans include entering a Business School and even¬ tually becoming a secretary ... in her leisure hours she is fond of danc¬ ing and listening to progressive jazz . . . during her three years at Lincoln she was on the Senate 10, and the Riot Squad. JAMES EDWIN KELSEY A Math-Science major, Jim plans to begin work in a machine shop, at¬ tend junior college at night, and eventually get married . . . JV Foot¬ ball 10; Wrestling 11; Varsity Foot¬ ball 12 were his activities . . . enjoys working with his hands and on ma¬ chines in his spare time . . .Jim would like happiness and security for himself and those close to him. ROBERT FRANCIS KERR An Honors English, History, and Math student, Bob would eventually like to become a broker ... he en¬ joys doing just about everything in -his leisure time . . . his three years of high school have been spent at Lincoln. CAROL ANN KIEBLOCK Carol, a transfer from Weequahie High in Newark, New Jersey, has at¬ tended Lincoln for two years ... a Science major . . . activities included Future Nurses Club 11; CSF 11; Lancers 11... believes in living one day at a time . . . would like to ob¬ tain a closer unison with our Creator as well as lead a happy and success¬ ful life . . . Carol will always re¬ member the cordial friendliness of the Lincoln Student Body. JAMES WALTER KILCREASE " Dub " was a former Dos Palos Joint Union High School student, where he was active in Track 10, Captain; Football 11; Basketball 10, 11; Camera Club 10; Junior-Senior Prom Committee ... at Lincoln he was in the Math Club and the Rifle Team . . . post-graduate plans in¬ clude attending college and becom¬ ing an engineer ... he will long remember the finals in Track, and the last game of a championship football season at his former school. IF A STEPHEN PAUL KARO Steve formerly came from Pater¬ son, New Jersey . . . before attend¬ ing Lincoln he was active in Band 11, 12 ... a major in Music, Steve plans to eventually become a musician . . . chose playing his drums and listening to records as his favorite pastimes... . . would like success in his chosen career . . . Steve ' s goal in life is to like and be liked. if VERA JO ANN KENNEDY Known to her friends as " Jo " . . . the swingin ' gossip sessions R.R., J.B., and she had at lunch, and the ' 58 and ' 59 ASB Balls will linger longest in her memories , . . while attending Lincoln, Vera was active in Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Lancers 12; Sophomore Vice President; Junior Vice President; Red Cross Representative 10; Lancers 12; Safety Committee 12; Senior Vespers Committee; Adelphians 10, 11, 12; Pom Pon 11; Bible Club 12. SALLY MAE KIMBALL Sally can be found swimming, dancing and babysitting in her spare time . . . her future plans are un¬ certain . . . served as president of the Modern Dance Club 12 . . . was also active in Riot Squad and Choir 11, 12 . . . lasting memories includes her eleventh grade English teacher and Biology in her senior year . . . money and happiness are her goals. SHARON LOUISE KLEPPER Sharon, an Honors English student hopes to graduate from Southern Methodist University and later live in Spain . . . she is fond of eating pizza at Venice . . . activities included Emerald Deb Vice President 12; Mary Kathryns 12; Emerald Deb Historian 11; Pom Pon 10; Flag Corps 11; CSF 10, 11, Treasurer 12; Adelphians 11, 12 . . . Sharon hopes to contribute something to humanity . . . she will always remember her Mary Kathryn tapping and Miss Porter ' s fourth period gym class. LEONARD JAMES KNAPP Leonard was a welcome transfer from Nebraska in his senior year . . . before attending Lincoln he was ac¬ tive in Band 10, 11, 12; Hi-Y 10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Choir 10, 11; Mu¬ sician of fhe Month 12 ... his Sen¬ ior Prom and Graduation will stand out in his memories . . . Leonard occupies his spare time swimming, dancing, and listening to music . . . he hopes to achieve a good educa¬ tion, and become the kind of musi¬ cian he wants to be ... he will at¬ tend college in the fall. PAUL WILDER KNIGHT Paul has majored in Shops during his senior year ... a former San Diego High student, he came to the " Hive " in his junior year . . . fol¬ lowing graduation he plans to enter the Navy . . . occupies his leisure time driving . . . Paul would like wealth in life. FRANK KOBAYASHI JR. A Math-Science major, Frank ' s post-graduate plans include attending college . . . dancing, talking, bowling, and playing pool occupy his spare time . . . success is his goal in life . . . Frank will long remember Mr. Steinfield ' s class. GERALDINE C. KRUSKE Nicknamed " Ger the Bear " . . . was ASB Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies 12; Junior Class Council; Safety Committee 12; Senior Night Committee; November Girl of the Month 12; Hornet Hustlers President 12; Homecoming Chairman; " Bear of the Month " 12 . . . she hopes to have " muchos pesos " in life . . . breaking into the school after the San Diego game will be a lasting memory. MARIE FRANCES KURZ " The Duchess " enjoys modern dancing and riding in Impala - con¬ vertibles . . . participated in Modern Dance Club 11, 12; Class Representa¬ tive 10; Hornet Hustlers 12; Red Cross Representative 10; Senior Con¬ cessions Committee . . . she plans to attend junior college in the fall with a cosmetology major . . . Marie will never forget the day Dick Carey bawled out Judy Beck and herself for the article in the gossip column. CHERYL PATRICIA KUTCH Pattie was crowned Queen of the CCC Ball in her senior year . . . other activities included Riot Squad; An¬ nual Staff 12; Modern Dance Club 10, 11, 12; Junior Red Cross 10, President 11; Hornet Hustlers 11; Drama 12; Sophomore Class Council; Senate 11; Senior Play Committee; Senior Play; ASB Play; NFL 12; Safety Committee 11, Chairman 12; Executives 11... dancing is Pattie ' s main interest . . . the Adelphian in¬ itiation will be her most cherished memory. MARINA PATRICIA LABIO Marina enjoys dancing, going to " special activities, " reading and swimming . . . was active in Modern Dance Club 12; Riot Squad; Y-Teens 10, 11; GAA 11; Class Representa¬ tive 11; Nominating Convention 10, 11 ... a Business and Homemaking major . . . she hopes to be a success in whatever she tries to achieve . . . the fun she had at Lincoln will linger in her memories . . . interested in becoming either an airline stewardess or secretary. HAZEL CLARA KUULEI LAFAVER Hazel came to us from Farmington, New Mexico . . . she has attended Lincoln six months . . . swimming, dancing, and golfing rate high with her . . . post-graduate plans include working at the telephone company as a PBX operator . . . she hopes to ob¬ tain a good job and eventually get married . . . Hazel will long remem¬ ber her Crafts class and the special person in it. CHRISTIE MARIE LAND Chris enjoys reading, listening to her Hi-Fi, and being with Skip . . . the first day she met Skip, the first prom they went to, and September 18, 1959 will be lasting memories . . . active in Bible Club 10; Bowling Club 12; Nominating Convention 11; Choir 10, 11, 12 . . . a Business major, Chris plans to work following gradu¬ ation and eventually get married . . . she would like happiness in life with Skip. JOYCE MARIE LANDERS " Cookie " was active in Choir 10, 11; Nominating Convention 11; Riot Squad; Drill Team 12; Ensemble 12; Junior Red Cross Representative 10; Y-Teens 12; Future Nurses Club 10 ... a Business major who enjoys singing . . . future plans include at¬ tending Business College and, if pos¬ sible, becoming a professional singer . . . wants happiness out of life . . . will never forget working in Mrs. Pease ' s office at the switchboard. LAURENCE EUGENE LANE Laurence was a former San Diego High student, transferring to Lincoln in his sophomore year . . . future plans include becoming a missile test technician . . . marriage and a suc¬ cessful life are his goals in life . . . Laurence will long remember his first and last day of high school, and the friends he ' s made in those few years. RIELLYN ROSE LATA " Gypsy " to a few ... a member of Pom Pon 11; Riot Squad; Bible Club 10, 11; Buzz Staff 12; Modern Dance 12; Senior Annual Signing Party Committee ... a Business major . . . future plans include be¬ coming a policewoman . . . lists eat¬ ing, dancing and dating Kenny as her favorite pastimes . . . will always remember Miss Porter on Mondays. YVONNE LOUISE LAVORIN Likes to be called " Dimples " . . . ambition in life is to be a good wife to Dave and have a large family . . . fond of swimming, horseback riding, going to the movies, and cooking in her spare time ... a Business major, Yvonne plans to become a housewife . . . she participated in Drum Corps 11; GAA 12 . . . she will fondly re¬ member Mr. Johnson ' s Biology class, Miss Jones office and her Senior Prom. CAROLYN MARIE LAW " Claw " to a few . . . kept busy with Pom Pon 10, 11, 12; Y-Teens 11; CSF 11, 12; Nominating Conven¬ tion 10, 11; Emerald Deb Council 12; Riot Squad ... a Math major who plans to attend college for four years . . . happiness and friends are her goals in life . . . chose dancing, skating, and going to the beach as her favorite pastimes . . . Carolyn will long remember the football and basketball games, the Emerald-Ettes Ball, the Senior and ASB Plays, and her senior year. DONALD RICHARD LAWRENCE Don participated in Track for the three years he attended Lincoln . . . an Industrial Arts major, he plans to become a mechanic and eventually own his own service station . . . his main interests are fishing, hunting, working on car engines, and taking out girls . . . happiness, health, and money are his ambitions in life . . . Don will long remember the Saint ' s After Party of ' 58, a few beach par¬ ties, running track, and the San Diego-Lincoln basketball game. LEORA A. LAWRENCE Lee will never forget the trouble she gave the PE teachers, her trip to Clairemont one weekend, and the Ozark group . . . she participated in Drill Team 10; GAA 10, 11, 12 . . . is fond of sports in her leisure time . . . Lee hopes to find happiness with a certain person . . . she is still undecided concerning future plans. KATHLEEN LEASURE Kathy came to Lincoln in her jun¬ ior year from Waynesburg High School, where she was active in Band 10; Future Homemakers of America 10; GAA 10; Sophomore Class Secre¬ tary . . . happiness and success are her goals in life . . . majored in the field of Business . . . following grad¬ uation, Kathy wants to become an IBM operator and later get married. JOSEPH LEAVY Joe came to us from Kearny High . . . he especially enjoys wrestling and dancing ... a Math major . . . will never forget the enjoyable times in the team room . . . his future plans include becoming a lawyer . . . was active in Lettermen ' s Club; Span¬ ish Club 10; Wrestling and Track . . . aspires to become a successful lawyer. LAUREL WHITEHEAD LEE The Senior Prom is Laurel ' s fond¬ est memory . . . she is looking for¬ ward to attending San Diego State, later UCLA, and eventually becom¬ ing a home economist . . . her ambi¬ tion in life is to see the realization of her ideals and secure peace of mind . . . while attending Lincoln Laurel was active in Emerald Deb Council 12; Senior Commencement Committee; Speech Club 11; Future Teachers Club 11; CSF 10; Modern Dance Club 12; Riot Squad; Buzz Staff 10. JAMES DENNIS LEEPER An Honors Math and Physics maj¬ or, Jim is interested in becoming either a landscape architect or an engineer . . . spends his spare time enjoying girls and dancing . . . out of life he hopes to achieve a million dollars and be happy and successful . . . active in Key Club 11, 12; Bible Club 12; Class Representative 12. MICHAEL K. LEONG " Pineapple " transferred from Saint Augustine High and participated in the Bowling Club ... a Business major, his post-graduate plans in¬ clude becoming a truant officer . . . occupies his spare time enjoying sports, sleeping, and eating ... a happy successful life is his ambition . . . Mike will never forget getting a truancy. WILLIAM F. LEIMBACH Better known as " Limey " . . . spends his leisure time sitting at " Circus " and dancing . . . activities included Football 10; Cross Country 11; Wrestling 11, 12; Boys League Secretary 12; Class Representative 12; Senate 10, 11; Lettermen ' s Club 11, 12; Riot Squad ... a Math major. Bill plans to be rich, successful, and happily married ... he will never forget the close basketball games we lost. RONALD D. LEWIS Ronald was a member of Cross Country 12; Lettermen ' s Club 12; Nominating Convention 10,11 . . . fond of living . . . considers money as his ambition in life ... an Hon¬ ors History and Math student, his post-graduate plans include attending Whittier College in the fall with an engineering major . . . Ronald will never forget his disagreements with Mrs. Kylo about paying his book fines. MICHAEL EDWARD LINEBARGER Mike formerly attended school in the Philippines where he was active on the Annual Staff, Basketball and Baseball Teams . . . following grad¬ uation he would like to join the Army and in later years become a rancher ... he chose swimming and diving as his favorite pastimes . . . the dances are his fondest memory of Lincoln . . . Mike eventually wants a wife and a happy home. ROSELYNN ELSTEEN LITTLEJOHN Roselynn was active in GAA 10, 12; Choir 11, 12; Y-Teens 10 . . . majored in the field of Business . . . college is included in her future plans . . . prefers dancing in her spare time . . . Roselynn would like a happy marriage out of life . . . she will fondly remember Rixner Johnson and Sister Rita . . . hopes to become an IBM operator. LUCILLE ELAINE LLENARESAS Lucy ' s post-graduate plans include becoming a legal secretary . . . she hopes to have success out of life as well as a family that will be proud of her . . . while attending Lincoln Lucille participated in Drill Team 11; Senator 10, 11; Choir 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 10, 11 ... she is espec¬ ially fond of going to the beach and skating in her leisure hours. GERALDINE CLAUDIA LONG Geri to all . . . spends her spare time eating, doing the " birdland " and listening to KDEO . . . active in GAA 10, 11; Senior Annual Signing Committee; Riot Squad; Y-Teens . . . hopes to have happiness and success in the field of cosmetology . . . ma¬ jored in Clerical Work . . . after graduation she hopes to go to Los Angeles with Stella where she will be¬ come a beautician . . . fondly re¬ members Prom night with F.R. and the day B.T. got the car. REGINA GAIL LOVE The San Diego-Lincpln basketball game in ' 60 will linger longest in Gail ' s memories . . . active in Pom Pon 10; Single Flag 11; Double Flag Catain 12; Choir 12; Y-Teens 10, 11; Riot Squad . . . majored in the field of Business . . . especially fond of outdoor sports . . . happiness is her goal . . . Gail is looking forward to attending business college in the fall. CONSTANCE RAE LOWERY Connie ' s goal in life is to have peace of mind . . . post-graduate plans include either going into edu¬ cation administration or social work . . . she was kept busy with Riot Squad; Modern Dance Club 11, 12; Latin Club 11, Vice President 12; Emerald Deb Council 12; Nominating Convention 11; Lincoln Representa¬ tive to Scripps Clinic. HARRY EDWARD LOZANA Often called " Zorro " . . . formerly attended San Diego High ... he transferred to Lincoln in his senior year and majored in Metal Shop . . . post-graduate plans include attending a barber college and become a barber . . . especially enjoys dancing and girls ... his two delightful years at San Diego High will be long remem¬ bered. MARGARET ANN LUEDERS A Math-Science major, Margaret is interested in becoming a teacher in future years . . . fond of listening to music and going to the rodeos on weekends . . . active in Lancers 11; Future Teachers Club 11; Riot Squad; Science Club 11; Adelphians 11, 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; ASB Play 11 . . . Margaret hopes to have happiness and many friends out of life . . . she will never forget doing term papers at the last minute . . . an¬ other State-bound Lincoln graduate. ESTHER MARIE LUNA Esther has attended Lincoln for two years . . . she formerly attended San Diego High . . . reading, listen¬ ing to the radio and skating rates high with her . . . the teachers of Lincoln will stand out in her memory. JUDITH MADRID Judy takes pleasure in listening to the radio and playing miniature golf . . . she transferred from Kearny in her sophomore year . . . goal in life is to be happy with Oscar . . . she will never forget Mr. DeBeck ' s hard work, and the good times she had at Lincoln. ROBIN GEORGE MALLEC Robin has attended Lincoln for three years ... a Math major, he hopes to become an electronics engi¬ neer . . . takes pleasure in outdoor living and working on cars . . . wants to someday own a new truck ... he will never forget the hard time Lin¬ coln had at winning anything. WILLIAM JAMES MALTMAN Prefers to be called Bill . . . en¬ joys skin diving . . . active in Varsity Track 12 ... all the fun he had at Lincoln will be long remembered . . . satisfaction is his goal in life ... a Math-Science major . . . post-gradu¬ ate plans include becoming a marine biologist. WANDA MANGUM Wanda particularly enjoys swim¬ ming and playing tennis in her spare time ... a Business major, she plans to work at the telephone company following graduation . . . her senior year will be long remembered . . . hopes to succeed in whatever she attempts. CHARLEEN LILLIAN MANTZ Charleen enjoys eating pizza, going to the games, talking with her friends, sewing, and going to church . . . would like happiness, success and friends out of life . . . will fondly remember the Prom, her friends at Lincoln, Senior Problems class, Drama and working in the at¬ tendance Office . . . active in Bowl¬ ing Club 12; Nominating Convention 11 ... a future student at junior college with a business major. DELORES ANN MARKS Delores chose talking as her fav¬ orite pastime ... a Business major who is looking forward to attending beauty school after graduation . . . was kept busy with GAA 10; Y-Teens 10; Riot Squad; Bowling Club 12 . . . she will always remember Johnny . . . out of life her ambition is to have a family. HOBART MARTIN " Muzie " has been at the " Hive " for three years ... an Honors Math and Physics student, he aspires to become a civil engineer . . . Martin spends his leisure time dancing, swimming and driving . . . the best things in life interest him . . . Track 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10; and CSF 12 were his activities ... he will always remember summer school in ' 59. JUANITA ANTONIA MARTINEZ Juanita was a welcome transfer from El Cajon High ... she became active in Lancers 12; Y-Teens 11; French Club 12; Future Teachers Club 12; ASB Tickets Bids Com¬ mittee 12; Riot Squad ... she wants what life has to offer besides gain¬ ing more friends and becoming a highly respected individual . . . es¬ pecially enjoys making other people happy . . . Juanita will long remem¬ ber the fun she had at the Football Carnival and her trip to the zoo. MARILYN MATTOS Physiology class is Marilyn ' s fond¬ est memory of Lincoln . . . she maj¬ ored in Science and Business and hopes to become an elementary school teacher in future years . . . fond of cooking and swimming . . . participated in CSF 11, 12; Future Nurses Club 12 while attending Lin¬ coln . . . Marilyn would like to travel around the world in later years. JAMES FRANCIS MAURICIO The ASB Ball in ' 59 is Jim ' s fav¬ orite memory of Lincoln . . . spends his leisure time reading and dancing . wealth and happiness are his ambitions in life . . . majored in the field of Math and Science ... Jim will attend Cal Poly College in the fall and become an electronics engi¬ neer in future years. DOUGLAS ARTHUR MAYFIELD Doug is found working on cars in his leisure time . . . post-graduate plans include becoming a construc¬ tional engineer . . . during his three years at Lincoln he participated in Buzz Staff 11, 12 . . . money is his goal in life . . . Doug will always remember his senior year, and all the sports activities. THELMA CATHERINE McCOY Thelma has been at the " Hive " for three years . . . she goes bowling, and eats pizza and tacos in her leis¬ ure time . . . success is her ambition . . . Pom Pon 10, 11, and the Bowl¬ ing Club 1 1 kept her busy ... a Math major . . . business school and becoming a bookkeeper interests her . . will long remember December 27, 1958, Graduation, and her Senior Prom. DON EDWARD McDONALD Known to his friends as " Little Rock " . . . activities included JV Football 10; Varsity Football 11, 12; Wrestling 12; " Most Improved Foot¬ ball Player " 11; " Most Valuable. Football Player " 12 . . . will always remember the girls . . . Don would like to become a football coach fol¬ lowing graduation . . . he takes pleasure in dancing and participating in sports ... a car, women, and money are his ambitions in life. BEVERLY ANN MAY Prefers to be called Bev . . . en¬ joys dancing, listening to progressive jazz and eating pizza . . . partici¬ pated in Riot Squad; Band 10; Nom¬ inating Convention 10 ... a Business ma|or . . . future plans include at¬ tending San Diego State and even¬ tually become a private secretary . . . wants to be happily married . . . will always remember that certain Mon¬ day in January of ' 59 when Bev C., the twins and she all took off for L.A. FAITH ANN McELROY Known as " Shorts " or " Half-Pint " a transfer from Portsmouth, Vir¬ ginia after attending high school in Hawaii . . . especially enjoys dancing, swimming, and reading . . . active in Modern Dance Club 12; Science-Math Club 11; Sophomore Class Secretary; Imperials 10; Latin Club 10; GAA 11; Princess of Molo Kai, Annual Island High School Festival 10 . . . she would like to be happy .and make others happy . . . Faith will never forget her funny dance feacher, Miss Porter. JAMES B. McGARITY Jimmy majored in Auto and Wood shop . . . swimming, listening to the radio, hunting and going on trips take up his spare time . . . the first and last days at Lincoln and the girls will be lasting memories . . . would like everything life has to of¬ fer . . . post-graduate plans include attending junior college two years, eventually becoming an engineer. LAFAYETTE MclNTOSH JR. Better known as " Mackie " . . . hopes to become an architect . . . enjoys dancing and playing the piano in his spare time . . . was active in Lettermens Club 10, 11, 12; Bowling Club 12; Ensemble 11, 12; Senate 10; Track and Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Athlete of the Month 11, 12; helped to run Olympic torch in 1960; most Outstanding Athlete in Cross Country 11... Mackie is the only runner in Lincoln ' s history to get to the Cross Country Finals. ELIZABETH ANN McNAMERA Betty is interested in attending college with an education major . . . she chose bowling, water skiing, eat¬ ing, and swimming as her favorite pastimes . . . active in Drama Club 10; NFL 11, Treasurer 12; Bowling Club 11, 12; Senior Annual Signing Party Committee; CSF 11, 12 . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . she will never forgef being called " Bam " by certain people, keeping busy sev¬ enth period, and the Boathouse. BETTY JANE MEHLHOUSE Betty is a welcome transfer from Norfh Dakota . . . she is especially ; fond of sports and listening to music . . . after graduation Betty would like to travel frequently. FLORENCE DUENAS MERFALEf. Florence was a welcome transfer from Regina Coeli in her senior year . . . takes pleasure in talking, keep¬ ing house, and going on walks . . . hopes to achieve a happy, secure marriage, a medium-sized family, and a closeness to God . . . was a Science major . . . would like to become either a Navy nurse, beauty operator or a housewife . . . November 2, 1959 is her most treasured memory. GARY JAMES MICHAEL Gary played JV Basketball 10; Var¬ sity Tennis 10; Varsity Track 11, 12; Varsity Cross Country 12; Lettermens Club 12 ... a major in Math and Science, he is looking forward to at¬ tending college in the fall . . . es¬ pecially enjoys going to the beach in summer . . . money and happiness are his goals . . . the San Diego- Lincoln track meet in ' 59 is his fav¬ orite memory. WILMA J. MILLAM Nicknamed " Willie " . . takes pleasure in dancing, going to the beach, and being with Bill . . . while attending Lincoln, Wilma participated in Riot Squad; Bible Club 10, 11, 12; CSF 11; Pom Pon 10, Lieutenant 11; Annual Staff 12; Bowling Club 11; Nominafing Convenfion 10, 11... post-graduate plans include attending beauty college and eventually be¬ come either a beautician or a secre¬ tary . . . success and happiness are her goals in life . . . the trips with the annual staff to the beach are Wilma ' s fondest memories. JACK LOUIS MILLER Going to parties is Jack ' s favorite pastime . . . although a Math major, he would like to attend college and become a history teacher . . . was on the Senior Play Committee and the Bowling Club in his senior year . . . hopes to achieve a good home and family as well as money in life . . . will long remember Mr. Johnston ' s sixth period Biology class and the Hoover basketball games. VELMA LOUISE MILLER " Bunny " previously attended San Diego High where she participated in Y-Teens 10, 11; Spanish Club 11; GAA 1 1; Latin Club 1 1; Pom Pon 1 1 . . . at Lincoln she was in Riot Squad, Modern Dance C lub, GAA, Y-Teens, and Drill Team . . . will never forget all her friends at lunch who " mooched " . . . hopes to achieve her goal and succeed in it . . . she is look¬ ing forward to attending the Fash¬ ion and Design College in Chicago. JANET ANN MITCHELL Nicknamed " Ole " . . . she espec¬ ially enjoys bullfights, and being in plays . . . was kept busy with Drill Team 11; CSF 10, 11; NFL 10, 11, 12; Adelphians 11, 12; Drama Club 10, 11, 12; Senior Day Com¬ mittee; Future Nurses Club 11; Sen¬ ior Play; ASB Play 12 . . . her senior year. Miss Porter ' s pizza party, the Prom, Miss Mayne, the out-of-town speech tournaments and the Badmin¬ ton Trophy will be her fondest mem¬ ories . . . Jan plans to become an English literature teacher and event¬ ually marry. DIANE KAY MONTGOMERY Diane has participated in Senior Fall Production; Buzz Staff 10; CSF 10, 11, 12; Mary Kathryns 12; Em¬ erald Deb Historian 11; Senior Prom Committee; Senate 10, 11; Class Representative 12; Riot Squad . . . enjoys dancing and sewing in her spare time ... a Business major, Diane would like to become a dental assistant . . . plans to be married in October . . . the wonderful people at Lincoln and being tapped for the M.K. ' s by Pat, Meridel and Carol will be her most cherished memories. JERRI SUE MOORE Jerri transferred from Middlesboro Kentucky High where she was active in Commerce Club 10, 11; Speech Festival 1 1; Drama . . . she hopes to get as much as possible out of life . . . plans to travel around the world and then settle down to a happy marriage . . . Jerri will long remem¬ ber her trip to Lexington where she and seven girls spent the night in the Lafayette Hotel, and presented their play to the University of Kentucky. JIMMY MOORE A Business major, Jimmy will at¬ tend junior college in the fall and eventually go into business manage¬ ment . . . fond of dancing in his leisure time . . . happiness is his ambition in life . . . Jimmy will long remember going to the basketball and football games. ROBERT LEROY MORRIS Bob will always remember October 29 in ' 59, the meeting of that some¬ one special, Vickie Lee, his knee in¬ jury in football, his shoulder injury in wrestling, and Vicki throwing beans into the apple machine ... he majored in Industrial Arts while at¬ tending Lincoln . . . was active in Football 10; Wrestling 11; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11; Letter- men ' s Club 12; Bowling Club 11, 12 . . . particularly enjoys being with Vicki and participating in all sports. MARYANNE MULLIS Maryanne likes driving her car in her leisure hours . . . plans to further her education following graduation . . . happiness and success are her goals . . . she was kept busy with Annual Staff Underclassmen Editor 11, Co-Editor 12; Red Cross Vice President 11; CSF 11, 12 . . . Mary¬ ann will fondly remember her senior year and the time she got lost on the Mission Valley freeway. YOLANDA B. MUSILLO " Yoli Yoli " as she is sometimes called wants a happy and successful life, a Business major, she hopes to go to nursing school and eventually become a nurse, or attend junior college with a business major . . . likes dancing with the " club " in her spare time . . . active in Choir 10, 11, 12; Y-Teens 10; Lancers 12; Riot Squad . . . will always remember the good times she had with all the " chicks " at the lunch table. DENNIS GENE MYERS Dennis formerly attended Kearny High, transferring to Lincoln in his senior year . . . takes pleasure in do¬ ing things involving the outdoors, in¬ cluding fishing and hunting . . . out of life he plans to have a lot of adventure . . . his future is yet un¬ decided although it probably will in¬ clude the Air Force. JOSEPH MANUEL NAJERA Joseph was a Wood Shop major while attending Lincoln ... he was at the " Hive " for his sophomore, junior, and the first semester of his senior year ... he completed his education at Memorial Evening School. JANET NEVELS Janet was at Lincoln two months of her senior year . . . she completed her senior year in Georgia. SANDRA NICHOLS Sandie will never forget the class of ' 58, the Saints after-party of ' 59 at the barn, her American Govern¬ ment class, and the Gloria Street Gang . she especially enjoys dancing and talking in her leisure time . . . was kept active with Buzz Staff 10, 12; Riot Squad; Nominating Convention 10, 11; Class Representa¬ tive 10 . . . plans to attend junior college for two years, transfer to State, and eventually become an in¬ terior decorator. WILLIAM ALLEN NIGH A Sweetwater transfer, William came to Lincoln in his sophomore year ... he will fondly remember his two years at the " Hive " . . . wants to enjoy life to the fullest . . . particularly enjoys going to football games . . . becoming a fish and game warden in Colorado are Bill ' s post-graduate plans. SHARON THERESA MURPHY Sharon will always remember a cer¬ tain fatuous car, a girl who couldn ' t say her middle name, and two very dignified individuals, " Fresh Japan " . . . served as Junior Class Treasurer; Emerald Deb Historian 12; Mary Kathryn Vice President; CSF 10, 11, Secretary 12; Sealbearer; Adelphians; Senior Vespers Committee; Safety Committee ... an Honors English and History student, Sharon will at¬ tend the University of California with a biochemistry major. JAMES B. NEUMANN Included in Jim ' s favorite pastimes are surfing, tennis, skin diving, and horsebackriding . . . his activities included French Club 10, 11; Senate 11 ... he will always remember a " crazy mixed up kid " and the bas¬ ketball games with Hoover and San Diego . . . hopes to become a com¬ mercial artist, and someday sail to the South Pacific ... to live, love, and be happy, and eventually date the " crazy mixed up kid " are Jim ' s ambitions. EDWARD JAMES NORIEGA Eddie was a Shops major during his three years at Lincoln . . . wealth is his goal in life . . . especially enjoys working . . . Eddie is still undecided about his future plans. CYNTHIA ROSE NORMAN Cindy was active in Drill Team 11; Nurses Club 10; Nominating Con¬ vention 10 while attending Lincoln . . . her post-graduate plans include attending junior college with a busi¬ ness major . . . occupies her spare time bowling, going to the beach, and listening to music . . . she would like fun, happiness, and a successful job out of life . . . Cindy will always remember her senior year, the ASB Ball, and all of the football games. DONNA BETTE-LOU NUTTER Donna has been on the Senior Prom Committee, Riot Squad, and Pom Pon 11... considers dancing and going to parties as her favorite pastimes . . . hopes to have happi¬ ness and success in life . . . inter¬ ested in becoming an airline stew¬ ardess . . . her happiest memories in¬ clude the Senior Prom and her soph¬ omore year . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. WILLIAM HENRY OJEDA Wilie participated in JV Baseball 10, 11, Varsity 12; JV Basketball 11, Varsity 12; Key Club 11, 12; Letter- men ' s Club 12; Senate 11; Nomina¬ ting Convention 11... his favorite memories of Lincoln include the Pa¬ cific football game at San Bernardino and someone in the stands January 29 at the San Diego basketball game in ' 60 ... a Math-Science major, Willie is looking forward to attend¬ ing the University of California. GARY OKA Gary has been at the " Hive " for three years ... was kept busy with Varsity Basketball 11; Key Club 12; C.S.F. 11, 12; Nominating Conven¬ tion 11; Bowling Club 12 . . . ma¬ jored in Math and Science . . . col¬ lege is included in his future plans. JOHN LAURENCE OLDHAM An Honors Physics and Math stu¬ dent, John is attending the University of California in the fall ... he hopes to achieve a feeling of security and accomplishment in life . . . will never forget Mr. Brewer trying to remember where everything was in Physics class . . . John ' s activities in¬ cluded CSF 10; Bowling Club 11, 12; Golf Club 1 1. OCEAN LORENA OLSEN Ocean was " Miss Henrietta Hornet " in her senior year . . . she also was active in Choir 10, 11; Riot Squad; Adelphians 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Mary Kathryns 12; Senior Play; Safety Committee; Modern Dance Club 12 . . . she is particularly fond of swim¬ ming ... an Honors History student with a Science major . . . interested in becoming a medical missionary in later years . . . Ocean will long re¬ member being Henrietta, the San Diego basketball game in ' 60, and her Mary Kathryn tapping. DANIEL ONTIVEROS Daniel attended Chaffey Union High in Ontario and San Diego High in his sophomore and junior years . . . his activities included Choir 10; Span¬ ish Club 10, 11; Election Committee 11; Bible Club 10, 11, 12 . . . spends his spare time fishing, camping and being out-of-doors ... he would like to spend a normal life and eventually become a physical education or math teacher. MANUEL ONTIVEROS A former San Diego High student, Manuel will always remember the swell times he spent in Ontario, Can¬ ada ... he has been at the " Hive " one year ... is still undecided about his future plans. PATRICIA ROSE ORBKE Pat will always remember her Mary Kathryn tapping, being Girl of the Month, and the silver gang at first lunch . . . she was kept busy with Adelphians 10, 11, 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer 12; Ensemble 11; An¬ nual Staff 11; Editor 12; Class Repre¬ sentative 11; Riot Squad; Senior Prom Committee; Mary Kathryns Treasurer 12; October Girl of the Month 12; ASB Queen Attendant 12; ASB Sec¬ retary 12 . . . Pat is looking forward to getting married. FRANK WILLIAM ORTHMEYER Frank will never forget how friend¬ ly everyone at Lincoln was the first day he came ... he was a former San Diego High student, transferring to Lincoln in his senior year . . . fu¬ ture plans include attending college in the fall with a Business Adminis¬ tration major ... in his leisure time he enjoys driving . . . Frank played football in his sophomore year at San Diego High. ROSALIO O. OSUNA " Rosie " will always remember his cheering days, especially the game against Pacific High in San Bernar¬ dino ... a Drafting major, he is interested in becoming an architect in future years . . . enjoys spending his leisure time playing baseball . . . happiness and money are his goals in life . . . Rosie was Lincoln ' s Cheer¬ leader in his senior year, and partici¬ pated in Riot Squad and JV Baseball 10 . JUDITH NAOMI OWASHI Judy, an Honors Math and Physics student, will attend the University of California in Berkeley with a medi¬ cine or nursing major . . . she was kept busy with Emerald Deb Junior Representative; Emerald Deb Presi¬ dent 12; ASB Commissioner of Girls Activities 12; Pom Pon 10; Single Flag 11; Mary Kathryns 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer 12; Adelphians 10, 11, 12; Class Representative 10; ASB Queen Attendant 12; Executives 12. LARRY RAYMOND PARKER Active in Hornet Hustlers 1 1 and Senate 12, Larry has been at the " Hive " for three years . . . listed working on car engines as his fav¬ orite pastime . . . following gradua¬ tion, Larry would like to become a missile tool designer ... he will al¬ ways remember the good times on Gloria Street. OLIVER PATTERSON JR. " Junior " transferred from Howard High School in Tennessee in his sen¬ ior year ... a major in Math and Science, he plans to attend San Diego State and become an electronic tech¬ nician . . . lists reading as his favor¬ ite pastime ... his most treasured memory of Lincoln High will be his senior year. GARY LEE PEKELDER Gary can be found bowling and working on cars in his leisure time . . . will never forget his first year at Lincoln ... he is interested in going into the monument business following graduation . . . was a mem¬ ber of the " Hive " for three years . . . Gary hopes to make a lot of money in future years. DAVID PERALTA An Auto Mechanics major, David especially enjoys working on cars in his spare time ... to be a success and have fun out of life are his am¬ bitions . . . Dave formerly attended Santa Fe High in Los Angeles and transferred to Lincoln in his junior year ... he will fondly remember his alma mater. ROBERT JESUS PERAZA Bob has been at the " Hive " for three years . . . following graduation he plans to attend junior college . . . he enjoys holidays and taking life easy ... in future years Bob hopes to go to Hollywood and become a movie star. PHYLLIS ANN PITCHER Sometimes called " Pitchie " . . . occupies her spare time eating pizza, going to the beach and on picnics, and attending P.F.C. meetings ... a Business major, she would like to at¬ tend a business college and go into clerical work . . . active in Lancers 11, 12; Drill Team 11 ... she will fondly remember the painting of the taco shop in Mrs. Boyd ' s class, her Senior Problems class, Mr. Steinfield, her Prom, all her friends who call her " Pitchie, " and the basketball games in her junior year. RALPH POLSTON Ralph was active in Lettermen ' s Club and Football . . . although a Math major, he plans to study busi¬ ness in college and later go to Ha¬ waii for a year or so . . . listed surf¬ ing as his favorite pastime ... he would like to achieve happiness and understanding for other people . . . Ralph will never forget the Lincoln- Hoover football game. ERNEST CHRISTOPHER PORTEE Ernie was a welcome transfer from Andrew Jackson High in New York . . . he became active in Letterman ' s Club 11, Secretary 12; CSF 11, 12; Varsity Cross Country 11, Captain 11; Varsity Track 11, 12; " Most Out¬ standing Cross Country Runner " in 1959; Key Club 11, 12 ... an Hon¬ ors English and History student, Ernie plans to attend college, get a B.A. Degree and enter into graduate study to become an engineer. MARY ESTHER POSADA Often called " LiI ' Mary " or " Short- ie " . . . going out with Richard, buying clothes, and eating Mexican food are tops on her list . . . she plans to be happy and get J he full benefits out of life . . . majored in the field of Business . . . enjoys be¬ ing active in the Riot Squad; Y-Teens 10, 11, 12; GAA 10,11... after graduation Mary plans to work and eventually marry Richard . . . always losing to San Diego and the crazy things she did and saw at Lincoln are her memories. YVONNE CAMILLE POWDRILL Yvonne was a Mary Kathryn 12; Adelphian 10, 11, 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer 12; Riot Squad Presi¬ dent 12; Single Flag Captain 12; NFL 12... she is looking forward to at¬ tending college and becoming a phys¬ ician . . . was an Honors English and History student . . . Mr. Brewer ' s swinging Physics class and " the three radicals minus three " stand out most in her memories. RITA MARIE PRIDA Rita likes to spend her leisure hours water skiing, and listening to jazz . . . following graduation she would like to become an interior decorator and settle down with B. C. . . . she was active in Lancers 10, 11; Choir 10; Riot Squad . . . Mr. DeBeck ' s sixth period Merchandising class, and a certain little town in Nebraska will be long remembered by her . . . Rita hopes to have suc¬ cess and happiness in life. FRANCIS LORING PROBST Loring participated in CSF 10, 11 ... a former Mar Vista student he majored in the field of Science while attending Lincoln . . . listed working on cars, fishing, and going to movies as his favorite pastimes . . . would like to eventually become a mortician . . . money is his goal in life . . . will never forget how Lincoln got beat in almost every sport. II PATRICIA DIANE PULLIAM Patty previously attended Hoover . . . the Prom and Graduation will linger longest in her memories . . . she especially enjoys dancing, talking, bowling, eating pizza and just having fun . . . ambition in life is to have happiness and success . . . interested in attending a business college after graduation and eventually go into the secretarial field. ALEX PURTEE Alex was Lincoln ' s ASB King in his senior year . . . his other activities included Key Club 11, President 12; JV Basketball 10, Varsity 12; Track 10; ASB Commissioner of Publica¬ tions 11; Buzz Editor, Sports Editor 11, 12; Senior Class Secretary; Boys League Vice President 12; Letter- men ' s Club 11, 12; SSA Reporter 10, 11, 12; County Traffic Safety Coun¬ cil 11; Hornet Hustlers 11 . . . Alex hopes to succeed in serving others . . . he will always remember being crown¬ ed ASB King. HUGO RENEE PURTEE Sometimes referred to as " Yogi " . . . Sergeant of CCC; Band 10, 11; Class Representative 10; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 10; Nominating Convention 10, 11 ... majored in Music . . . plans to enter the service and later become a mechanic . . . enjoys talking on the phone . . . fav¬ orite memory of Lincoln is being in Choir . . . wants out of life what he earns for himself. RUBY NELL PURTER Ruby came to Lincoln via Tuskee- gee Institute High School in her jun¬ ior year . . . she especially likes dancing and singing in her spare time . . . following graduation, Ruby plans to attend junior college and eventually go into the secretarial field . . . she would like to have a good husband, four children, and a home . . . Ruby will always remem¬ ber not to trust a so-called friend. JOSEPH SALVATORE QUINCE The prom will be Joe ' s fondest memory of Lincoln ... his spare time is spent going places and play¬ ing his guitar . . . majored in the fields of Math and Science . . . Joe was in the CSF three consecutive years ... he plans to attend college in the fall . . . ambition in life is to be respected by his fellow man. LARRY DAVID RADER Larry has been at the " Hive " for three years . . . chose bowling as his favorite pastime . . . majored in the field of drafting . . . after graduat¬ ing, Larry will probably enter the Air Force . . . Senior Math with Mr. Gassaway and Drafting with Mr. King are his favorite memories of Lincoln. DON RANDALL While attending Lincoln, Don was active on the Stage Crew ... he was at the " Hive " for two years and spent the last semester of his senior year at Bremerton, Washington. FLOYD EMMETT RATCLIFF Sometimes called " Little Rat " . . . active in Football 10 . . . particularly enjoys working on motorcycles and dancing . . . Mr. Perkins and Mr. Harris will be long remembered by him . . . attended the " Hive " for two years . . Floyd majored in Carpentry and out of life he wants to live and let live. DOUGLAS RAU Doug was a Shops major while at¬ tending Lincoln ... he attended the " Hive " through the first semester of his senior year ... he is now hap¬ pily married. GORDON GLENN REDDING " Gordo " came to Lincoln via Wau¬ kegan Township High School in Illi¬ nois ... his activities included En¬ semble 11, 12; CCC 11, 12; Stage Crew 12; Sound Crew 12; Rifle team 11, 12 . . . occupies his leisure time being with friends and having fun . . . a happy home and family are his goals in life . . . the " sniper " of the CCC bivouac will be long remembered. THOMAS JAMES REED A welcome transfer from Chula Vista, " Dooley " was active in Cross Country 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Letter- men ' s Club . . . spends his leisure time enjoying outdoor activities . . . leaving Chula Vista will long be re¬ membered . . . ambitious to become a veterinarian. BEVERLY GLADYS REINER Bev, a transfer from Kearny, en¬ joys laughing, talking, modeling and dancing . . . would eventually like to become a top model, make a lot of money and marry that certain someone . . . wants a prosperous and happy life . . . the friendly people of Lincoln and her good times will never be forgotten. GARY RONALD RICE " Rice " as he is often called par¬ ticipated in Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12; Lettermen ' s Club 12; Track 10 . . . out of life he hopes to have happiness, a good wife, and a fine family . . . occu¬ pies his spare time playing all sports, and tinkering with his " Merc " . . . a Math-Science major, Gary plans to go into Business Admisistration or become a certified public accountant . . . the ' 59- ' 60 Football Carnival and the night Lincoln beat Hoover will be long remembered by him. JOHN WILEY RICHARDSON Better known as " Little John " . . . takes pleasure in going to the beach and the drags . . . wants to have ail the fun he can out of life . . . col¬ lege is in his future plans . . . as¬ pires to become a civil engineer. ROSE ELIZABETH RICKS Prefers to be called " Liz " . . . Modern Dance Club 11, 12; Y-Teens 11, 12; GAA 11; Single Baton 10; Double Baton 11, 12; Adelphians 12; Ensemble 11, 12, and Bible Club 12 have kept her busy . . . she plans to attend nursing school and eventually become a nurse . . . fond of sewing, eating, and listening to jazz . . . her goal is to be a success and get mar¬ ried in later years . . . Rose will al¬ ways remember going to the games with R., the ' 58- ' 59 Green and White Balls, and eating second lunch with V.K. and J.B. GORDON HARRISON RIDDICK A Social Studies major, Gordon would like to attend Los Angeles City College . . . listed dancing, eat¬ ing, sleeping, and talking to girls as his favorite pastimes ... he par¬ ticipated in JV Football 10; Varsity Football 11, 12; Track 10, 11; Let¬ termen ' s Club 1 1; Senior Commence¬ ment Committee; Riot Squad . . . Gordon will long remember Lincoln ' s first football victory over Hoover. JOSE LUIS RIOS Sometimes called " Pepper " . . . ac¬ tive in Track 11, 12; will never for¬ get the San Bernardino football game and the time we stomped Hoover in basketball . . . majored in Spanish, Math, and Science . . . would like a comfortable life . . . enjoys relax¬ ing and watching television . . . would like to begin his military serv¬ ice in June, 1960. VIRGINIA THERESA RILLERA Ginny was Lincoln ' s Head Song- leader in her senior year . . . she was also active in Adelphians 12; ASB Council 12; Y-Teens 11; Senior Homecoming Attendant; Nurses Club 11, 12 . . . she was a former student of Regina Coeli, transferring to Lin¬ coln in her junior year . . . post-grad¬ uate plans include attending college eventually become a qualified nurse . . . Ginny will fondly remember when she was elected Head Songleader, the Football Carnival and dinner, being Senior Attendant, and all the wonder¬ ful experiences she had at Lincoln. DANIEL RINCON Daniel was a former Grossmont student, transferring to Lincoln in his sophomore year ... he particu¬ larly enjoys receiving money . . . money and success in life are his goals. VALENTE PHILIP RIOLO Prefers to be called Val . . . fond of drawing and painting in his spare time . . . majored in Commercial Art and Music ... he was kept busy with Band 11, 12; Drum Major 12; Hornet Hustlers Vice President 12; Buzz Staff 12; November Boy of the Month 12; Annual Staff Section Edi¬ tor 12 . . . Val will always remember the time Lincoln beat San Diego in basketball . . . becoming a success¬ ful commercial artist interests him. MARIO RIOS A Foreign Language major, Mario plans to attend San Diego Junior College in the fall . . . especially en¬ joys eating and sleeping in his spare time . . . Mario has been at the " Hive " for three years. VICKI IRENE ROARK Sometimes called " Vic " . . . danc¬ ing, swimming, and having fun with the gang occupy her spare time . . . kept busy with Band 11; CSF 12; Nominating Convention 10, 11 . . . probably will attend college with a business major ... a secretary or accountant ' s position interests her . . . will fondly remember her senior year, the teachers of Lincoln, and August 16, 1959 ... to be happy, successful and have a good marriage is her ambition in life. JOAN LEE ROBERTS Likes to be called " Joannie " or " Jo " . . . formerly attended San Pedro High in her sophomore year . . . fishing, bowling, and horseback riding are tops with her . . . would like happiness out of life . . . the fun D.H. and L.L. and she had while attending Lincoln will always be a pleasant memory . . . would like a good job and help S.R.G. ' s and her dreams come true. MARGARET ANN ROBINSON Margaret plans to attend college and eventually settle down ... in¬ terested in becoming a professional model . . . enjoys listening to pro¬ gressive jazz, dancing, and trying to cook . . . was active in the Choir 10, 11, 12 . . . the friendly students of Lincoln and second lunch will be long remembered . . . Margaret would like to have a wonderful male com¬ panion fo finish life out with. DANIEL LEE ROGERS " Arkansas " came to Lincoln via Belmont High, where he was active in the Riding Club, and the Rodeos . . his post-graduate plans include making a career in the Marines . . . his goal in life is to have lots of fun . . . fond of hunting during his leisure hours . . . majored in the field of Science . . . Daniel will long remember his first night out in San Diego. LLOYD ARNOLD RODGERS " The Goliard Poet " would like to attend UCLA with a philosophy major in the fall . . . out of life he hopes to achieve tranquility . . . fond of reading, laughing at the world, and trying to figure out what John Coul- traree is saying . . . Lloyd was an Honors English and History student . . . he will never forget sweltering at the rallies, and the brutality of Honors History ... he hopes to remember as little as possible. JAMES RODRIQUEZ We know him as Jim . . . would like money and fun out of life . . . although he majored in Math and Science, Jim plans to join the Air Force following graduation . . . was active in the Nominating Convention 10, 11 ... enjoys getting speeding tickets when he has a license . . . will never forget the night he left the transmission of his Oldsmobile lying in the street. DONNA KATHRYN RODVOLD " Ronna " was Lincoln ' s Homecom¬ ing Queen in her senior year . . . her other activities included Drill Team 11; Junior Homecoming Attendant; Song Leader 12; Adelphians 12; ASB Commissioner of Affiliated Clubs 11; ASB Commissioner of Elections and Eligibility 12 . . . Donna will fondly remember the " Mighty Four, " her entire junior year, and becoming Lincoln ' s Homecoming Queen . . . an¬ other State-bound Lincoln graduate. CHRIS EDWARD ROHRBACH Chris would like to receive an ap¬ pointment to the U.S. Air Force Aca¬ demy and eventually become an as¬ tronaut ... he majored in Archi¬ tectural Engineering . . . was active in Senate 12; Senior Play Committee; Senior Concession Committee; Senior Night Committee; Buzz Staff 10, 12, Buzz Editor 11... especially enjoys architectural drafting and football in his spare time . . . Chris will never forget the time he was invited to meet the seven astronauts at Convair Astronautics. DOROTHY MAE ROOTS Answers to Dorsi . . . came to us via San Diego High in her junior year . . . takes up her spare time dancing, reading, going to parties, and playing golf and tennis . . . also enjoys visiting different places . . . a Commercial Art major . . . Mr. Gassaway ' s sixth period class will be a pleasant memory . . . ambition is to become a painter or secretary . . . college is included in her future plans. DAVE ROSIER Dave was at the " Hive " for his sophomore and junior years and the first semester of his senior year . . . he is now in the United States Air Force. PATRICK JOHN ROULAN Likes to be called " Pat " . . . ac¬ tive in Baseball 11... will always remember the Lincoln-San Diego foot¬ ball game . . . enjoys talking and giving the girls a bad time ... a Math-Science major who plans to at¬ tend college . . . wants a million dollars out of life. ESTHER LILLIAN ROUSE Future plans for Esther include dancing at college level after receiv¬ ing her M.A. . . . she enjoys dancing, music and books, but most of all " really living " . . . active in Adel¬ phians 12; Y-Teens 10, 11, President 12; Hornet Hustlers 12; French Club 11, Vice President 12; Choir 10, President 12; Ensemble 12; Madrigals 10, 11, 12; Double Flags 12; Senior Play; Miss Lincoln Finalist . . . she will always remember the Prom with " H, " and Miss Porter ' s dance class. VIVIAN LOUISE ROY Vivian transferred from San Diego High in her sophomore year . . . she listed swimming, dancing, bowling and sports as her enjoyments ... a member of Y-Teens 10; Modern Dance Club 11; Lancers 12 . . . majored in the field of Business . . . wants to eventually become a secre¬ tary or get married . . . health and happiness are her goals . . . the stu¬ dents of Lincoln and all her wonder¬ ful times will stand out as her fond¬ est memories. BERT ROYSE Bert was at the " Hive " for his sophomore and junior years and half of hi s senior year ... he completed his senior year in Burbank, California. ELVA AMALIA RUIZ " Molly " to her friends . . . wants happiness out of life . . . takes pleas¬ ure in dancing, playing tennis, going out, and talking ... a Business major, Molly would like to become a teacher in future years . . . she will always remember the Prom, Gradu¬ ation, and the day she met Mike . . . participated in Bible Club 10; Bowl¬ ing Club 11; French Club 11. WAYNE SAKAMOTO Wayne attended Lincoln for his sophomore and junior years and the first semester of his senior year. HENRY SAM Henry attended Lincoln during his junior year and during the first se¬ mester of his senior year ... He completed his senior year at evening school. JOSEPH RICHARD SAMARRON Eating, sleeping, and going to the movies rate high with Richard . . . while attending Lincoln he partici¬ pated in Cross Country 10; Track 10; Key Club 10, 11; Band 10 ... he hopes to have as little worries and troubles as possible . . . Richard plans to be a rich bachelor ... his senior year will be long remembered. ROBERT SANCHEZ Bob enjoys going to parties and the beach, and meeting pretty girls . . . majored in Math and Industrial Arts . . . ambition in life is to at¬ tend college and become a mechani¬ cal engineer . . . active in Letter- men ' s Club 12; Varsity Football 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11 ... the Lincoln Hoover football game in ' 59 will always stand out in his memory. JEAN ARTHUR SANDERS Jean came to Lincoln via San Diego High . . . she has participated in Choir 10, 11, 12; Modern Dance Club; GAA 10 . . . her plans following graduation include entering the secre¬ tarial field . . . she particularly en¬ joys reading, dancing, roller skating, and talking in her spare time . . . her Prom and Graduation will stand out in her memories ... a good education interests her in future years. LORNA DIANN SANDERS " Dunes " to a few . . . participated in Riot Squad; Buzz Staff 11, 12; G.A.A. 1 . . . enjoys bowling and cruising with Shirley, Bobbie and Terry . . . wants to work and even¬ tually own her own Thunderbird . . . would like to have a good time out of life . . . will always remember when Lincoln beat Hoover in ' 59 and the Senior Prom. DELORES JEAN SANDERSON Jean was a former Hoover student, transferring to Lincoln in her junior year . . . favorite pastimes are danc¬ ing, ice skating, and being with her friends . . . Business was her major . . . kept active with Y-Teens 11; Future Nurses Club 11; Lancers 11, Secretary 12; Hornet Hustlers 12; Class Representative 11; Bowling Club 12 . . . plans to graduate from a beauty college in future years . . . fondly remembers the good times Pat and she shared in their years at Lincoln. SANDRA RAE SAYLOR Likes to be called Sandi . . . active in Flag Corps 10; Buzz Staff 11; Riot Squad . . . her spare time is spent dancing, swimming, and going out with a certain guy . . . she will attend a beauty college following graduation and eventually get mar¬ ried . . . success and happiness are her goals . . . Sandi will fondly re¬ member the Proms of ' 59 and ' 60 and Disneyland. LARRY JOE SHERKENBACH Larry ' s favorite pastime is listen¬ ing to records and being with Bon¬ nie . . . majored in the field of Math and Graphic Arts . . . was ac¬ tive in Baseball 10, 11, 12 . . . wants to have happiness and rrToney out of life . . . that special sophomore and Mr. Perkins will remain longest in his memories . . . ambitious to be¬ come a draftsman. JUDY A. R. SCHEXNAYDER Judy came to Lincoln via McDon- agha 35 High School in New Or¬ leans . . . she became active in Chorus 11, 12; Riot Squad; GAA 10, 11; Future Nurses Club 10; Y-Teens 12 . . . college is included in her future plans as well as becoming a dental assistant . . . listed eating pizza, swimming, beach parties, danc¬ ing, and listening to jazz and rock n roll as her favorite pastimes . . . Judy will never forget the Lincoln games and after dances, and the ' 58 and ' 59 ASB Balls. CAROL SUE SCHWEIKHARD Sue takes pleasure in being with Tommy and her friends ... a mem¬ ber of Buzz Staff 10, Buzz Editor 11; Adelphians 11, 12; Riot Squad; Mod¬ ern Dance Club 11; Senior Com¬ mencement Committee; Senior Play Publicity Chairman . . . she hopes to have a successful home and always have happiness . . . Tommy, and all her close friends who helped her through her joys and problems will be Sue ' s most cherished memories. BOBBIE SCHRACK Bobbie likes to spend her leisure time eating pizza and watching good movies . . . she was a former Craw¬ ford student, transferring to Lincoln in her junior year . . . following graduation she plans to work full time . . . success and happiness are her ambitions in life . . . Bobbie will fondly remember the good times she had at Lincoln and the hard time she had getting out. TERRY SCHRACK Terry especially enjoys being with George and bowling . . . her major was Business and her post-graduate plans include working at Convair . . . she was a former transfer from Crawford in her junior year . . . Terry would like to eventually settle down and get married . . . her last¬ ing memory of Lincoln is Graduation. DAVID GERALD SCOFIELD Dave rates hunting, fishing and swimming as his favorite pastimes . . . a Math-Science major who plans to attend college . . . member of Stage Crew 11, 12; Track and Field 11, 12; Cross Country 12 . . . would like to eventually get rich . . . Lincoln ' s Senior Play in ' 59 will be long re¬ membered. MARILYN NOBUKO SEKI Marilyn majored in the field of Business . . . she would like to be¬ come either a dental assistant or social worker . . . lists talking, eat¬ ing, sewing and playing the piano as her favorite pastimes . . . was active in Riot Squad; Bowling Club 11, 12; Drill Team 10; Latin Club . . . wants happiness, good health and success in the future . . . will long remember seventh period P.E. class with Judy Schexnayder. DOLORES MARIE SHAFFER A Business major, Dolores hopes to enter the secretarial field following graduation . . . takes pleasure in dancing and bowling . . . she hopes to achieve happiness, a successful career and marry evenfually . . . her Prom, the Hoover-Lincoln game, Lin¬ coln ' s school spirit, and Wally are her favorite memories . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. JOHN GERALD SHARP John particularly enjoys swimming, boating, bowling, and taking out girls in his leisure time ... he has been at the " Hive " since his sopho¬ more year . . . John is still undecided about his future plans. BEVERLY ANN SHEPPHERD Bev hopes to become a beautician or a secretary in future years . . . she transferred from Chula Vista in her junior year and majored in the field of Business . . . chose talking, reading, dancing, and roller skating as her favorite pastimes . . . out of life she hopes to achieve friends, fun, and happiness . . . Bev will al¬ ways remember the fun and good humor af Lincoln. MARIE JEANETTE SHOEMAKER Marie ' s acfivities included CSF 10, 11; Emerald Deb Council 12; Senior Commencemenf Committee; Senior Play Committee ... a Science major, she hopes to become a medical so¬ cial worker . . . enjoys open class debates in her spare time . . . she will never forget Rosemary clawing up her arm at the Lincoln-Hoover basketball game, and Mr. Patoff ' s red face when the class asked why Mrs. Ryan was absent . . . another State-bound Lincoln graduate. BEN JAMES SHUFORD JR. " Shu " would like money, success, happiness and satisfaction out of life . . . was a Class Representative 10, 12; Senate 11; Choir 12; Baseball 11 . . . can be found dancing and eat¬ ing good food in his spare time . . . a Math major, Ben hopes to be a success in the field of engineering . . . his Prom, a special girl, and the " frantic corner " of the lower 200 building will be long remembered. RICHARD ANTHONY SILVA Richard has been active in the Latin Club 10, Treasurer 11, 12; NFL 10, 11, 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Sealbearer 12 . . . takes pleasure in being with his friends, especially when they exercise their clever wits . . . would like out of life the ma¬ turity and wisdom it has to offer . . . a Math major . . . becoming a high school social studies teacher interests him . . . Richard will fondly remem¬ ber the friendliness of the best school in San Diego—Lincoln. FRED LEE SEVIER " Big Fred " to his friends . . . es¬ pecially likes wrestling and dancing . . . majored in History . . . partici¬ pated in J.V. Football 10, 11; Track 10; Advanced Choir 11; Wrestling 12 . . . wants money and happiness out of life . . . the Senior Prom and After Prom will be his favorite mem¬ ories of Lincoln . . . post-graduate plans include attending J.C. to be¬ come an electronic technician. DALE SHIMAMOTO Dale has been busy with Riot Squad; Lancers 12; Adelphians 12; Emerald Deb Treasurer 12; Red Cross Representative 11; CSF 10, 11, 12; Nominating C onvention 11; Senior Breakfast and Awards Chairman; ASB Ball Bids Committee 12 . . . particu¬ larly enjoys listening to the radio . . . plans to attend college and eventu¬ ally become a legal secretary . . . fun, success and happiness are her goals . . . her senior year and being tapped as a Mary Kathryn are her most treasured memories. JOYCE SIMMONS Joyce came to us from Matthew C. Perry High School in Japan during her senior year . . . she majored in the field of Business, but is still un¬ decided about her future plans. JOHN ALBERT SMITH JR. John can be found swimming in his spare time ... a CCC major who plans to become a commissioned of¬ ficer in the Navy . . . wants happi¬ ness out of life . . . participated in Color Guard 10, 11, 12; CCC 10, 11, 12; 12th Commander, First Lieuten¬ ant . . . will never forget Mr. Huff, Mr. Swift and the first CCC Ball. JUDITH ANN SMITH Judy was Lincoln ' s ASB Queen in her senior year . . . her other activi¬ ties included Mary Kathryns Presi¬ dent; NFL President 11, 12; Adel- phians 10, 11, 12; Girls State Repre¬ sentative 11; Senior Homecoming At¬ tendant; Sophomore Class Treasurer; D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award 12; Senior Fall Production; Senior Com¬ mencement Committee; Commissioner of Rallies and Assemblies 11. She will attend college in the fall . . . enjoys being with other people. LASTEEN clyrett smith We know him as " L.C. " . . . for¬ merly attended San Diego High in his sophomore year . . . active in Track 11; Wrestling 12 ... a major in Architectural Drafting ... he is particularly interested in law . . . Lasteen will long remember being considered as a carefree, happy-go- lucky character often seen at other people ' s " pads " . . . especially enjoys meeting and making new friends. MARCIA PAMELA SMITH Known to her friends as " Petunia " . . . following graduation she would like to work and eventually get mar¬ ried . . . her major included Math, Science, and Business . . . especially enjoys being with Richard . . . par¬ ticipated in Senior Breakfast and Awards Committee; Bowling Club 10, 11; CSF 11, 12; Annual Staff 12 . . . Marcia considers her Prom as her most treasured memory. MARGARET ANDREA SMITH Better known as Margie . . . enjoys trying to swim and playing golf . . . active in Bible Club ... a Business major who plans to be married in June . . . the football games, Mr. Steinfield ' s Senior Problems class and Mr. Robinson ' s English class will be her happiest memories . . . would like to be a good wife to her future husband and have happiness out of life. SARITA SUSANA SMITH Sarita enjoys dancing and going to the beach . . . future plans include attending Junior College and later marry and have a family . . . hap¬ piness is her goal . . . will long re¬ member Mr. Robinson ' s English class in eleventh grade. GLENDA FAYE SONGER Glenda lists bowling, dancing and swimming as her favorite pastimes . . . active in Senate 10, 11; Class Representative 10; Pom Pon 10; Riot Squad ... a Business major . . . plans to go to Catalina this summer and later become an airline hostess . . . wants a successful marriage and a happy family . . . will never forget her sophomore year. SYLVIA ELIZABETH SOTELO " Chimp " as she is sometimes called was active in Senate 10; Class Rep¬ resentative 10; Emerald Deb Secre¬ tary 12; G.A.A. 10; Lancers 11; Riot Squad; Pom Pon 11; ASB Ball Ticket and Bid Committee 12; Nominating Convention 10, 11 ... a Homemak¬ ing major, Sylvia hopes to become an airline hostess, a beautician, or get married . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . she will never for¬ get going out with her brat. ANN MARIE SPIOTTI During her three years at Lincoln Ann majored in Math and Science . . . she was active in CSF; Modern Dance Club; and Riot Squad . . . especially enjoys going out with Don In her leisure time . . . following gradua¬ tion, Ann will get married . . . she will always remember the ' 59 Senior Prom. JEFFREY DUANE STAGE " Spots " has participated in Letter- men ' s Club 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12 . . . enjoys being active in sports . . future plans include attending college and becoming a track and cross country coach . . . would like to be known as a good track coach . . . will always remember the ' 59 Cross Country Champions, and the Lincoln- San Diego track meet in ' 58. PENELOPE LYNN STAMPS Prefers to be called " Penny " . . . a Homemaking major who plans to attend business college . . . will fond¬ ly remember her Prom and Mr. Steinfield ' s class . . . particularly en¬ joys being with her friends. PATRICIA STATEN " Tricia " was a former San Diego High student, transferring to Lincoln in her junior year . . . she is plan¬ ning to be a receptionist following graduation . . . especially enjoys watching " Hawaiian Eye " in her leis¬ ure time . . . Pat will always remem¬ ber her swinging teacher, Mr. DeBeck. j., DERRIL LEE STEELE Derril lists parties, drive-in movies, water skiing, swimming, football and baseball games, and just having fun as his favorite pastimes . . . active in Latin Club 11; Nominating Con¬ vention 10; Bowling Club 11; Riot Squad; Lancers 11, 12; Tumbling 12; Annual Staff 12 . . . majored in Math and Science . . . interested in attending San Diego State . . . would like money, happiness and love out of life . . . will never forget the fun he had in typing and chemistry, and Mr. Miner ' s experiments. MARLENE SHARON STONE Marlene is a former student of Upland Academy where she partici¬ pated in Bible Club 11; Chapel Com¬ mittee 11; Choir 11; Junior Class Secretary; Social Committee 11... enthusiastic about music, sports, and church . . . hopes to achieve success, become closer to God, and know that she is a help to others . . . majored in the field of Business . . . will fondly remember her friends and teachers . . . hopes to attend a busi¬ ness college following graduation. GAIL LELA STRIBLING Gail enjoys going places and danc¬ ing in her leisure time . . . majored in Homemaking . . . post-graduate plans include working and eventually get married . . . active in Bible Club 11... out of life Gail would like to travel around the world . . . she will always remember first lunch in her senior year and the football games during her three years at Lincoln. MICHAEL SUHY Mickey was an honors student in Math and Physics and hopes to even¬ tually become a tall " Texas Tycoon " . . . he participated in Annual Staff 11; Lancers 10; Science Club 11; Cross Country 11; Boys League Sen¬ ior Representative; Senior Day Com¬ mittee; Track 10 while attending Lincoln . . . lists going to the beach, swimming, playing tennis, and study¬ ing for Mr. Patoff ' s tests as his fav¬ orite pastimes ... he will never forget the Lincoln San Diego foot¬ ball game in ' 58. VELMA JEAN SUMMERS " Jeanie " to a few . . . lists playing the piano and organ, reading, cook¬ ing, and sewing as her favorite pas¬ times . . . active in Orchestra 10; Ensemble 12; Lancers 12; CSF; Nom¬ inating Convention 11... plans to attend Brigham Young University in the fall and eventually become an elementary teacher . . . she will long remember Ensemble and the Senior Plays . . . Jean hopes to eventually go on a church mission with her future husband. KATHLEEN SHIZUYO SUYENAGA Kathy participated in French Club 10, 11; C.S.F. 10; Future Teachers Club 11; Drill Team 11; Future Nurses Club; Riot Squad . . . espec¬ ially enjoys driving her car . . . would like success and happiness out of life . . . will never forget Mr. Dene ' s English class in her sophomore year . . . will probably attend college . . . hopes to J ecome a laboratory tech¬ nician. YJ LARRY JOE SWEETSER Larry was a Math-Science major, and post-graduate plans include at¬ tending San Diego State taking up engineering . . . occupies his leisure time reading, hiking, hunting, and working on cars . . . was kept busy with CCC Drill Team 10; California Cadef Corps Captain; Math-Science Club 11, President 12; Executives 12; Key Club 12; CSF 10, 11 ... Larry wants a good retirement for old age. PATRICIA ANN SWIHART Pat especially enjoys swimming, bowling, golf, tennis, and being with Clyde . . . interested in becoming a Physical Education teacher and in later years marry Clyde . . . she was active in GAA 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 11, 12; Nurses Club 10, 11; Future Teachers Club 11; French Club 10, President 11; CSF 10, 11, 12; Nom¬ inating Convention . . . she will fond¬ ly remember the many good times in GAA with Judy, Linda, and Rosemary, her camping trips, and Miss Porter. DAVID TACHIQUIN David, better known as " Suki " en¬ joys dancing and playing football in his spare time . . . following grad¬ uation, he will become a baker or a truck driver ... to be a big success in life is his goal . . . David will never forget his " trip to France. " TONI ANNETT TARANTINO Sometimes called " Critter " . . . majored in Business and plans to at¬ tend business college . . . hopes to enter the secretarial field . . . enjoys being with a special person, R.A., and eating pizza with Pitchie and Penny . . . wants to be successful and happy in her future years . . . will fondly remember her Prom and April 24, 1959. ERNESTINE TAYLOR Terry was active in GAA 10, 11; Y-Teens 10; Riot Squad . . . chose dancing, talking, and being with Arn¬ old as her favorite pastimes . . . majored in the field of Business . . . attending a business college and eventually becoming Mrs. Arnold Baynard are her future plans . . . Terry will long remember Mrs. Kell ' s English class, and a great teacher, Mr. Steinfield. RONALD COLMAN TAYLOR Better known as Dick . . . can be found reading, listening to records, and driving around in his ' 55 Nash in his spare time . . . his favorite memories include Wood and Metal Shop . . . would like to attend junior college with a mechanics major in the tall . . . Dick plans to eventually marry and build a large house. JAMES RAYMOND THOMPSON Jim was Lincoln ' s ASB President in his senior year . . . his other activi¬ ties included Senate 10, 11, 12; Com¬ missioner of Tenth Grade Affairs, Eleventh Grade Affairs; ASB King Attendant 12; Latin Club President 11, 12; NFL 10, 11, 12; CSF 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; Boy ' s State Representative; ASB Play 10; Debate Team 10; Executives 11, 12 . . .Jim will attend college in the fall and become a lawyer in later years . . . he especially enjoys being with his friends. LAWRENCE ELMER THOMPSON Larry wants to get married after graduating and raise a family ... he was active in the CCC 10, 11, 12; Choir 10, 11 ... chose dancing as his pastime ... his high school years were all spent at Lincoln. LEONARD C. THOMPSON JR. Leonard has been a member of the CCC Rifle Team 10, 11, 12; CCC Drill Team 10; Industrial Arts Ex¬ hibit . . . the CCC Rifle Team and the Motor Winding Contest will be long remembered ... he takes pleas¬ ure in listening to music and building Hi-Fi ' s and radios . . . would some¬ day like to have a good job and home ... a Math-Electronics major, Leonard plans on attending college and become an electronics engineer. STANLEY OTIS THOMPSON The Lincoln-San Diego football games will be long remembered by Stan ... a Drafting major, his grad¬ uate plans include becoming an op¬ erating engineer . . . football, base¬ ball, and working on cars are his favorite pastimes . . . Stan wants to be happily married and make a good living. SYLVIA KAY THOMPSON " Sam " was active in Ensemble 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 12 . . . although a Math major, she is interested in interior decorating and will attend college in the fall . . . particularly enjoys cooking, dancing, and lowering and driving cars . . . plans to even¬ tually have a nice home, a good job, and a husband and family . . . Sylvia will never forget lunchtime in ' 56 and ' 57, and all her wonderful friends. SONDRA CAROL THORNTON Better known as Sandy . . . enjoys reading, tennis, bowling, and playing the piano . . . active in Y-Teens 10; Lancers 10, 12; CSF 11; Riot Squad; Bowling Club 12 ... a Business ma¬ jor .. . hopes to become a legal secretary . . . would like a husband and family . . . will never forget Marlene ' s apples in Miss Bennett ' s fifth period P.E. class and passing notes in Mr. Harris ' Senior Problems class. MARY ANN THRONEBERRY Dancing and listening to music rates high with Mary Ann . . . served as Commissioner of Displays and His¬ torical Records 12; Senior Night Com¬ mittee Chairman; Hornet Hustlers 12; Class Representative 12; Riot Squad; Publicity Committee 12 . . . majored in Art . . . becoming a commercial artist is included in her post-graduate plans . . . will fondly remember ASB Council and Gerry dragging her down the halls. BERTHA TILLMAN Likes to be called " Second Tator " . . . rates dancing and talking as her favorite pastimes . . . majored in the field of Business . . . following grad¬ uation Bertha would like to become an airline stewardess . . . she was active in GAA 11, 12; Choir 12 . . . happiness is her ambition in life . . . she will never forget her cousin George, Betty, and the good times they ' ve had together. LINDA CARTER TILLMAN Often called " Tilly " . . . especially enjoys skating and dancing in her leisure hours . . . she was a Miss Lincoln finalist 12; Senate 11, 12; Senior Annual Signing Committee Chairman; Senior Play Committee; Junior Red Cross Representative 10, 11, 12; Nominating Convention 10 . . . a full and happy life is her goal . . . Linda will never forget the ' 59 Lincoln-Hoover football game . . . she is looking forward to attending col¬ lege in the Fall. CAROL JEAN TOBLER Carol enjoys water skiing and lis¬ tening to records . . . was a member of Riot Squad; Modern Dance Club 10; Lancers 11; Bowling Club 12; Class Representative 12 ... a Busi¬ ness major, she hopes to get married and have a happy life . . . will always remember Mr. Johnston ' s sixth per¬ iod Biology class and the day she got her car. DORCAS TODD A Business major, Dorcas attended Lincoln through the first semester of her senior year . . . she is now hap¬ pily married and is making a home for herself and her husband. RICHARD MACK TONECK Sometimes called " Fuzz " . . . par¬ ticularly enjoys going out with girls and reading law books in his spare time . . . post-graduate plans include attending college in Kentucky and eventually become a peace officer in San Diego . . . participated in JV Football 10; Golf Team 11, 12 . . . will always remember being appointed Police Trainee for the San Diego Po¬ lice Department in his senior year. TED TRAFTON A major in Math and Science, Ted hopes to have a Navy career or at¬ tend college , . . was active in Wrestling 11; Science and Math Club 10; Bowling Club 12 . . . takes pleas¬ ure in reading, sketching pictures and bowling . . . hopes to travel and retire young . . . Mr. Howell ' s tenth grade Biology class will stand out in his memory. MICHAEL DOUGLAS TRAYLOR Mike spends his leisure time fixing cars and watching stock car races . . . he majored in Math and following graduation he plans to become an electrician or general contractor . . . success is his goal in life . . . Mike will never forget Mr. Fleming and all the guys in Auto Shop. BETTYE TRIPLETT Answers to " Tato 1 " or " Be Be " . . . takes pleasure in riding around with G.S. and putting on Bertha ' s holy socks . . . active in Y-Teens; Class Representative 10, 11; Riot Squad; Choir; Modern Dance Club 10; GAA 10, 11, 12; Bible Club . . . out of life she wants a good husband, a career, and plenty of money . . . plans to become an airline hostess and get a certain boy . . . will never forget the time she knocked Sharon Adams over a log, and the day she drove the car to school. LARRY SAM TROFY " Trof " as he is sometimes called, enjoys going out and having a good time ... a Business major . . . hopes t o have money in the future . . . Lar¬ ry is a transfer from St. Vincent High in Akron, Ohio ... he has at¬ tended Lincoln for two years . . . future plans include a Navy career . . . will never forget the good times in third period English. m m I 4 ' f LOUIS ANTHONY TUCKER Louie has been active in the Let- termen ' s Club 10, 11, President 12; JV Football 10, Varsity 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Class Representative 11 ... a Physical Education major, he plans on playing football or baseball in future years . . . fun is Louie ' s goal in life . . . chose eating and playing baseball as his favorite pas¬ times ... he will always remember the fun he had and the things he helped do for Lincoln. , PEGGY ANN TUCKER Peggy transferred from Sweetwater High in her junior year . . . she par¬ ticularly likes watching the football games ... a Science major . . . plans to go into the field of nursing . . . her ambition in life is to be a success in her chosen career . . . Miss Boyd ' s Advanced Art class and the wonderful two years she spent in Mr. Howell ' s Science class are her favorite memories. LIAMATU FAIAOGA TUFELE " Mr. Lee " was a welcome transfer from Samoan High School in his Sophomore year ... he will never forget Coach Walker ... a Math- Science major . . . plans to graduate from college . . . was an Honors stu¬ dent in Science, English and Math . . . ambitious to become a medical doctor. LEE ANN TURNER Lee has attended Lincoln for her junior and senior years . . . before attending Lincoln she was active in Dance Club 10; Class Representative 10; Miss Tenth Grade; Alpha Beta 10 . . . her plans include becoming an airline hostess if her stomach is willing . . . especially enjoys photog¬ raphy and dancing . . . Lee will long remember being an angel in a play, last year ' s prom, and a teacher who helped her to understand people. RHODA MARY VANDERHYDE Rhoda is interested in music and plans to attend college and " tear up " particularly enjoys dancing, cruising through " Push Button, " par¬ ties, talking, and eating in her leis¬ ure time . . . happiness is her goal in life . . . active in Choir 10; En¬ semble 11, 12; Emerald Deb Council 10; Latin Club 11; Riot Squad; Adel- phians 12; Hornet Hustlers 12; NFL 12; Senate 1 1; GAA 12... Rhoda will never forget the Lincoln-San Diego bas ketball games. SADIE PAULINE VILLEGAS Sadie participated in Riot Squad; Y-Teens 11, 12; GAA 10 while at¬ tending Lincoln ... a Business major, she plans on becoming a clerk-typist and the future Mrs. Wein- mann . . . dancing, eating pizza, and talking on the phone take up her spare time . . . happiness is her ambition in life . . . Sadie will long remember her senior year and the Prom. ROSEMARY REBECCA VOGEL Rosie was " Miss Spirit of 1960 " . . . she especially enjoys talking all the time . . . ambition in life is to always be happy . . . eventually would like to become a physical ed¬ ucation teacher after attending San Diego State ... activities included Emerald Deb Council 11; GAA 10, 11, President 12; Future Teachers Club 11; Adelphians 12; Annual Staff 12; Bible Club 11; Riot Squad; Safety Committee 12 . . . the fun at lunch, and the games will linger on in her memories. LEE RICHARD WALKER Lee will always remember Mr. Blanchard ' s first period Art Service class and the back-room boys . . . active in the CCC Rifle Team 11... a Commercial Arts major Lee plans to marry the girl he loves . . . par¬ ticularly enjoys working on his car in his spare time . . . money is his goal in life. TERREL SHAYNE WALSH Terry fondly remembers the Lin¬ coln ASB Ball in ' 59, a luau in Del Mar, and a Presbyterian retreat in the mountains ... an Honors student in Math and Physics, he wants to get a Ph.D in pure science and go into research work . . . would like a good full life and satisfaction in what he does... Terry was active in CSF 10, 11, 12; Science-Math Club 10, 11, 12; Bible Club 11, 12; Letter- men ' s Club 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12. MILTON ALLAN WARE Milton attended Fremont High in his sophomore year where he was active in Football ... his junior year was spent at Chula Vista where he participated in Track ... he transferred to Lincoln in his senior year . . . will fondly remember his Senior Prom . . . plans to attend college with a business major . . enjoys girls and bowling . . . wants to live and love. FORREST BRUCE WATERS Forrest enjoys swimming, fishing and hunting ... a Foreign Language major . . . success, health and hap¬ piness are his goals . . . his senior year and losing last year ' s track meet to San Diego will stand out in his memory. GRITA WAXMAN " Waxie " to a few . . . will always remember the people she has met by being a monitor in the Nurse ' s Office ... an Art major who plans to become an actress or singer . . . hopes to travel and meet interesting people . . . was active in Choir 11, 12 . . . wants to become a well- known actress or singer and travel all over the world. JLORIA WHEATLY Gloria majored in general educa¬ tion courses . . . she transferred in December of ' 59 to Locki, California, and is happily married. CHARLES ROBERT WHITFIELD Chuck especially enjoys going out with his girl, water skiing, and hav¬ ing a ball ... a Math-Science major, he hopes to study engineering or business in the fall . . . while at¬ tending Lincoln he was active in Bowling Club 10, 11, 12; Senior Day Committee; Track 10 . . .he wants success in whatever he does in life . . . Chuck will always remember a certain girl from Crawford . . . an¬ other State-bound Lincoln graduate. WILLIAM ALLEN WIEBE Bill plans on becoming a police of¬ ficer following graduation ... his leisure time is spent singing . . . formerly attended Sweetwater High . . . would like to live a bachelor ' s life in future years . . . the 100 building and all the good people in it will be long remembered by him. ALVIN DAVE WILLIAMS " A. D. ' ' particularly enjoys talking to pretty girls ... he will long re¬ member the " Boss Time " at the Sen¬ ior Prom, and a certain sophomore irl . . . hopes to become an archi- ectural engineer in his future years ambition in life is to be rich and successful . . . kept busy with Let- termen ' s Club; Football 10, 11; Track 10, 11, 12; Class Representative 11, 12 . MARIE WILLIAMS Maries takes pleasure in working on the trampoline, and cruising with Georgie . . . she was active in Bowl¬ ing Club 11; Single Baton; Single Baton Captain 12; Buzz Staff Secre¬ tary 11, 1 2 ... following graduation, Marie would like to get an apartment, eventually own an Austin Healy, and lead a good exciting life . . . majored in the field of Business . . . becoming an IBM operator interests her . . . Marie will never forget Miss Porter ' s third period class and Mondays in her junior year. STELLA LOUISE WILLIAMS Stella has participated in Riot Squad; Single Flags 12; Y-Teens 11; Nominating Convention 11; GAA 10, 11 ... a Business major, she would like to become a secretary, and in future years marry . . . fond of talk¬ ing on the telephone, dancing, and sewing ... a good job and happiness are her ambitions in life . . . Stella will never forget her Prom, her Graduation, and the time when G.L. hung up over R.F. JAMES ARTHUR WILSON Mr. Patoff ' s World Affairs class, Mr. DeBeck ' s Typing class, and the day Lincoln took sweepstakes over Sweetwater at Cal Western will be long remembered by Jim ... he was in the CCC Drill Team 11, 12; De¬ cember Boy of the Month 12; " Most Versatile Speaker " at San Diego State 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12; NRA President 12; NFL; Delegate to Stu¬ dent Congress . . . plans to become a criminal lawyer or philosopher . . . hopes to go to the top of the ladder, and be a good husband to Betty. SHARON STAR WILSON Sharon can be found drawing, dancing and eating tacos in her spare time . . . also enjoys being with Ronnie . . . active in Choir 10; Bible Club 10, 11; Safety Committee 12 . . . hopes to have a successful marriage in life . . . her sophomore year and the Prom will linger in her memories . . . Sharon intends to work a year following graduation and eventually get married. 11 MICHAEL ORVAL WISE Mike served on the Rifle Team in his junior and senior years . . . espec¬ ially enjoys hunting in his spare time . . . although he majored in the field of Math and Science, Mike is still undecided about his future plans. LEWIS CLIFFORD WOOLRIDGE JR. Lewis has attended Lincoln for three years ... he takes pleasure in watching television in his spare time . . . would like happiness and a sat¬ isfied mind out of life ... an Hon¬ ors student in Math and Physics . . . plans to become an engineer. MICHAEL DON WRIGHT Mike chose going into personnel management as his post-graduate plans . . . occupies his leisure time hunting and fishing ... he has at¬ tended Lincoln since his sophomore year, with a Language major. BARBARA MISAO YAMAMOTO Barbara was Miss Lincoln in her senior year . . . her other activities included Lancers 11, President 12; ASB Commissioner of Finance 12; Adelphians 10, 11, 12; Mary Kath¬ ryns 12; CSF 10, Treasurer 11, 12; Emerald Deb Treasurer 11; ASB Queen Attendant 12; ASB Commis¬ sioner of Finance 12; Girl of the Month 11 ... an Honors student in Math and Physics, Barbara will attend college in the fall . . . Barbara will fondly remember her Mary Kathryn tapping, and the ' 59 Convention. RAYMOND JOSEPH ZAVODNIK Raymond has attended Lincoln for three years ... he majored in the field of Math and Science and would like to become a philosopher or poet . . enjoys studying aesthetics . . . wants to be happy and learned. JO ANN YOSHIOKA Jo Ann has participated in CSF 10; Adelphians 12; Emerald Deb Council 12; " Girl of the Year " 1959; Class Representative 12; Pom Pon 10; Sin¬ gle Flags 11 .... spends her spare time drawing, and being with her friends ... a Math-Science major, Jo Ann will attend college and even¬ tually become a fashion illustrator . . . she hopes to have fun, friends, happiness, and a successful career in life . . . she will never forget re¬ ceiving the honor of " Girl of the N Wilma Millam 1 John Oldham Patricia Swihart Marie Shoemaker Joanne Geschwindt Anita Bell Vicki Cook James Ellis Ernest Portee Marlene Huntzinger Ocean Olsen Jean Summers James Thompson Sondra Thorton 4 -?? 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