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

 - Class of 1968

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5555 TATE M IhxudCDfEducahon Arnold O. Steele ........... President is at Dr. Gene French . . . . .Vice-President Mrs. Louise S. Dyer .... .... M ember Dr. Frank Lowe ....... . .Member Rev. George Walker Smith . . . .Member Staff Virginia Hernandez . . .:,,E . . Editor-in-Chief Darlene Santos . . ...... Co-Editor Mr. M. G. Miller . . Diane Wright . Faculty Advisor Photography Editor . . Faculty Editor F u ty C - ' 3C l O Edltqwj Editoi? STUDENTGOVERNMENT SEDHGRS. .. . . AQTIVITIES . TIONS ORS..1q Wm ORES .. 3 ll 51 61 75 93 111 121 131 140 ,. . Hg, N x 1 ,Q V , Q 5 5 i f ww? ,mia fe ,,wA,, is-A, A - fn K U..1,,g.,,H. -fn 1-N , -, x,,,w,,g Ammw - M. -..,,,w-..,, STUDENT EN GOVERNM Whops Who ln overnnient. ALLAN WERNICK, A. S. B. President I have rnuoh to thank Lincoln High School for. These have been fine years and I have learned much. Thanks again Most Sincerely Allan Wernick if-1 ,lg ,V ff fl . . 5' 1 2 ,I A DAVID BRADFORD, Vice-President 1 Q. , H, A, wi iiigjf Q N, n.,,- A M, il MR. SCHWANDT, A.S.B. Advisor Pl, I: E F -L f 2 3 5 "' b- A E 1 ,1 1 -- . E. VENITA JACKSON, Corresponding Secretary, MARTHA NELSON, Recording Secretary. Fi 'W zz 'V 1 l IMG E ,N IANICE SMITH, Comm. of Health and Safetyg DORIS SPIKES, Comm. of Electionsg LaNEDRA HENDERSON, Comm. of Finance. WE 1 'S I 'si it - ,:".- Effwi' .viisjiw -QW twig pls straw IL gs' -1. fwffmsy, : V ' ,La- ws , .'- Siewgw, ,W -, ' . at . J , , s E a at 5 i DIANA BEENE, Head Songleaderg RAUL RUBALCAVA, Head Cheerleader. .. K 4 V 7. .iff l ew V' ' if " .ffa . A A LINDA SAUNDERS, junior Class Presidentg DELWIN HOLT, Senior Class President. KEVIN BROOKS, Comm. of Publicationsg TONEE RITCHEY, Comm. of Historical Recordsg RANDEL HOM, Comm. of Assemblies. MADELYN REEL, Comm. of Affiliated Clubsg WILLIE WILSON, Comm. of Boy's Activitiesg ELIZABETH DANTZLER, Comm. of Girl's Activities. To The Associated Student Body of Lin- coln High School: This has been a fine year at Lincoln and student participation in activities has been really tops . Our special thanks to all the many Students who have worked so Very hard to make all of our activi- ties a great success . The A.S .B. Council 1967-68 N'-ii HEALTHAND SAFETY COMMITTEE This committee sponsors various projects during the year which aid in keeping our campus safe and clean. We appreciate their initiative and effort. Our school has consisten- tly ranked high in the County wide clean campus competition thanks to the work of this committee. ei , ASB Committees ssisl The Council 1 ELECTION COMMITTEE Our Election Committee is responsible for the tabulation of all votes of every election. Their job also includes super- vising voting procedures when Lincoln's election time rolls arotmd. ,-"' .1 I Fi :shi Q.. A. S. B. SENATE The Senate consists of students elected at the beginning of the year from each guidance class. The Senate has done a fine job in keeping the studenis informed of pertinent act- ivities throughout the year. DISPLA YS Bulletin boards, posters, signs S announcements of school activities are the responsibility of this group. Q LM. 2 Staff Gives Statesman ,,.,,.....,.,+me-Q.-W'-M' K ' M R VIRGINIA HERNANDEZ, Editor-in-Chief Activities Editors: JURUTHA BROWN and LINDA GAINES. ,x'f: Art Editor: EVELYN LEW and Photography Editor: DIANE WRIGHT. Specialities Editors: JOY HARRIS and DONITA DAUGHTERY. Q, Q V ,g'iQ1fwi1,.w . '-ms 'Qt ' iff ,Nyc bf Mavis Faculty Editors: IOSIE PETER and ARTHUR Organizations Editors: IUANITA GALVEN and LANEDRA WHEATFALL. HENDERSON. Sports Editors: RANDY HOM and RICHARD CI-IIN. DARLENE SANTOS, Co-Editor Sophomore Editors: ANGIE CASTANEDA and EDNA LOWERYQ Sports Editor: SAM FRANKLIN- Junior Editors: JOYCE YoUNc and PAT ELLIS . r. '1 sm Vfpfr - ' , I ig gg' 55 bk Typist: MARVA WILEY and Senior Write-up A A Senior Editors: RAMONA MOODY and Editor: CHARLOTTE SHAW- MR. M. G. MILLER, Faculty MARTHA NELSON. A Advisor I V VIIWA 3 2? A Secretaries do the hard work. H H W McClelland 8 B. Caston check final proof. QSTANDING L TO RQ Bemto Puente, Rene Sev1lla, Leon Wlley, Harvrs jones, VICRY Degadilla, Wiliam McClelland, Dav1d Bradford Rachel Prlce, Gwen jones, Mr R Shaughnessy, QSITTINGJ Beverly Caston, Kevin Brooks, Cheryl , ,,,,, , ra, H' Y sw5z.W'YAf.x?5lml 1vers1ty Of San Dlego SENIORS I 5 C 0 . 77 Semor ffmers Get ff To A Good Start dad' fi? ,W , lf wa U 4, 515, 4' . .. -f-w gwv+"ni,ggz.'m,Aw5,pw,q,wmf'w -imrmumaef, ,,., W- ,nr-'mmf , gspu,'mvwwsw,f Xwwmwsqhww Mwmwvr vm H my H741 sgwffwvwgg- m4 f nd ind Up With Bang' The challenge of advising a class and its cabinet members in decisions which instill fond personal recollections as Well as educa tional direction has been met and accom- plished by the class advisors. We, the Senior Cabinet, express our appreciation to Mrs. Merritt and Mr. Ganger for their patience and invaluable guidance . It is our desire that the Senior Class will cherish the year of 67-68 for the rest of their lives. We earnestly hope for a successful fulfillment of life's continuous challenges by each indi- vidual of the class of '68 . S.incerely yours, The Senior Cabinet 5 Girl And Boy September: T onee Ritchey, Allan Wernick October: Christine Major, Dan Mendoza November: Madelyn Reel, Randel Hom December: LaNedra Henderson, Janice Smith, Van johnson january: Venita jackson, Martha Nelson, Delwin Holt if 1 Y X Q 1 XY X ik 4 , 1 1 Q 5 'X E73 3 .M E X Q' 5 , February March April 0 May june i P i 3, 4.. mmmwu 5 2 Q 1 K, SPEAKING ABILITY Rulette Pierce, Fred Norris, Pam Sayles SMTLE Debbie Appling, Kris johnson, Donita Daugherty y -1 p ,Z , , +- Ygw . , 1 si SCHOOL SERVICE llgglxficgago and Bruce Webb Randy Hom and Tonee Ritchey PERSONALITY AND POPULARITY fnot shownj Van johnson and Deborah Mosby 4 Senior gk sr as . ii 'i' - - ., ' 1 HAIR 16 FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY Evelyn Lew, Tyrone Brown, Ramona Patrick Venita Jackson, Dan Mendoza, and Carol Walker 5 if 23 3 ' ,X R 2 - I - 4 r E 2 'af ii , 4 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ' LaNedra Henderson and Clarence Warren ATHLETIC ABILITY jerry Powell and Lesleigh Flakes PEP EYES Diana Beene and Raul Rubalcava Madelyn Reel and Robert Manual DANCING ABILITY Sandra Charles and Agrippa Cramer BEST DRESSED I7 Po1sE David Bradford, Edna Lowery, and Bobby Turner Sallie Epati, Willie Franklin, and Elizabeth Dantzler Senior Awards Committee: K. Santohigashi, T. Ritchey, Baccalaureate Committee: L. Young, E. Dantzler, D. C. Shaw, G. Blackwell, A. Mena, D. Holt, not in Holt, R. Pierce, J. Young, E. Lew, S. Henry, J. Harris. picture: A. Wheatfall. Senior Sales Committee: P. Daniels, G. jackson, T. Annual Signing Party Committee: K. Brooks, R. Hom, R. Padua, J. Williams, 1. jenkin, B. Solomon, L. Henderson, .Orozco, D. Santos, P. Ellis, V. Hernandez, E. Jorge, D. C. Walker, T. Nakata, not in picture: B. Nixon. McKissack, not in picture: K. Vallario. ommittee Work Promote Graduation and Cap and Gown Committee: M. Reel, I. Richardson, D. Beene, E. Lowery, L. Taylor. Senior Day and Night Committee: M. Wiley, A. Ighner, G. Hemphill, T. Everette, L. Gaines, D. Mosby, S. Epatig not in picture: B. Thompson, R. Pierce. Senior Play Committee: C. King, R. Pierce, I. Smith, j. jenkins, M. Sagiao, not in picture: A. Wood, L. Hinton. R-ffl: M aw SH E? , , . , 3 A J Av fa , 3 5... Egg , , rv ,. up V , . N... it , , 'Y' ' , ,, 95 3 ff , ' 9 . 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Dolores Cruz Linda Daniels Phyllis Daniels Elizabeth Damzler Donita Daugherty Richard Daugherty 26 Adrienne Davis 'Winn Danny Davis Emanuel Davis Maria De Castro John De La Torre Mark Denton Nina Dizon Barbara Dorrough Katherine Downs Charles Dunn Kenneth Edwards 27V Patricia :suis same Epafi G ordon Evans Terr anc e Everette Rosalie Famuli F a atupu S amuela "F are Thee We!!! S till Forever Gaylan Fagan Lorraine Fain Elena Fatu Shirley Fenderson Carlos Ferrey Diane Finley 28 Lesleigh Flakes Damin Floyd , L Benjamin Franklin Norma Franklin Samuel Franklin Willie Franklin And I f Forever, Fare Thee Well!" Tiff' Linda Gaines A Juanita Galvan Byron Earnestine Gamble Marvin Gamble w7""5' fs .vl- iff ' Karrnen Garcia Manuel Garcia 29 Dorothy Gauna Bernita Glass Gloria Glass E1'iC Glover Ramon Gonzales Anthony Green Doris Gregory Mamie GTOSS Salvador Gutierrez 30 Eddie Harris Ronnie Grandexson Arthur Gurlly Johnnie Harrington 'K-wwf joy Harris L . Leslie Harris Travis Harris :air- Junius Hawkins Gwen Hemphill La Nedra Henderson Le Neldon Henderson 'UN vw-W' Patrice Henderson Shirley Henry 31 Margaret Heredia Virginia Hernandez A1'1tl'1OI1y I'I6I'1'ldO1'1 Herbert Hill Willie Hill Vernon Hollins Johnnie Holmes Delwin Holt Randel Hom Ida H0Pki11S Mary Houston Dwight E. Hubbard 32 Edward Hune james Hunt 7 Barbara Hunter Anita Ighner Beverly jackson Geneva jackson joe E. jackson Kathy Jackson Venita jackson Carole jefferson R 4 Mix!" Francies jefferson Curtis jenkins 33 julia jenkins My 2 Evelyn johnson Harvey Johnson Kris Johnson 'U-.W in.. O'Neil johnson Rachel johnson Van johnson Arlene jones by Q., " Douglas jones Gail jones Gwendolyn jones Linda Jones ........A "N-ani """' 'YY Ronald jones Evelyn Jorge Rose Kabbeko Pairicia Kadr: Claudine King Freddie King than St. Clair King David Kirkpatrick Gary King Rose Mary Kirkpatrick Pauline King Deborah Knox Pat Kolvek Eugene Kyle Virginia Lagrone Snead? Joyce Laird Alice Lampkin Alan Lasan Carolyn LeDou.x Linda Lee Raymond Lee Robert Lee Christine Le on M ., k k Q22 I , , A ng 1 -:-2 ,. ,. L' e L A ,f,. ...., I in , V Evelyn Lew Bruce Lewis K , Edna Lowery Albert Macouz et L, ? i rim' johnny Mah Christine Major 'Qs-fwvdf' Robert Manuel Martha Marquez William McClelland Cantel McCurdy Sallie McEachin Pat McFarlin 'E Nancy MCG ough Deb orah McKiss ack Dennis Mc Z e al Adele Mena Danny Mendoz a aleri Merritt Harold Mitchell ack1e Mltchell Elizabeth Mills Robert Miller Raul Montes Ramona Moody james Morris Deborah Mosby jose Muna Jane Murakami Sandra Murray Therlee Murphy Tommy Nakata pw,-u Yvorme Naulls Martha Nelson Beverly Norris Fred Norris Brenda Nixon Holly Ochi Salamina Ofisa Russell Oroz co Marcy Ortega Michael Oxley Daniel Page Reynaldo Patacsil Terri Padua Louis Pearson Josie Peter MW Q f Marvin Peterson Ramona P9-trick V1ctor1a Petw johnette Phillips Rulette Pierce Michael Porter Carmen Powell jerry Powell Rosalyn Pryor Benito Puente Sherman Qualls Norman Quinn Raymond Quarles Leopaldo Ramirez Roy Reed Madelyn Reel Virginia Reyes Jimmy Reynolds Iris Richarrdson IOy'Ce Riser Tonee Ritchey Charles Roberts Virginia Roman -, ,ww 'NIH' Joyce Rosette Henry Royster Michael Rubalcava Www' Mad' Sh- y' Fin' Raul Rubalcava Malta Sagiao Eva Sandoval u""' Q-elf? QT Rita Sandoval Kikue Santohigashi Cindy Santos if Darlene Santos Manuel Santa Cruz Pamela Sayles ww Barbara Shaw Charlotte Shaw Bennie Shephard M Janice Smith Terry Smith Bill Solomon Susan Sortore Doris Spikes Saundra Stewart Elmer Sueater Muriel Sweet .,.,,,,.. W. law-wa Harry Taber in Toni Tapia Eddie Taylor . 3' A I-i11Y TaY101' R01'131d THYIOT Bernard Thomas Kathleen Thomas Betty Thompson Darlene Todd T -A Diane Todd Fernando Torres Hoyt Liggins Kent Tsubakihara Bobby Turner Karen Vallario Althea Carol Ve ncion Cynthia Vorise Walker Faye Walker Howard Walker Vernolia Walker ' Jessie Walker 5-'sw 'iv' William Ward Yvonne Ware Clarence Warren James Washington Trenel Watkins Bruce Webb Steve Webb William Wells Allan Wernick Robert West Arthur Wheatfall Leon Wiley Margaret Wiley Marva Wiley Charles Williams Delores Williams Haywood Williams Jacquenette Williams Kenneth Wilson Willie Wilson 49- N- W-'rv' Anthony Wood Herman Woods Judy Woods Patricia Woolridge 'Ying Fred Wooten Betty Wright Diane Wright Albert Fennell joyce A. Young Joyce M. Young Loyce Marie Young Alvaro Zuccardi h-ef Betty McFar1in Daniel Collins Olivia Amare Class of "67" Class of "69" Class of "67" Norton Z. King U. S. Army Killed in Action- S. Vietnam. Class of "67" john A. Page S. Marine Corps Killed in Action- S. Vietnam, Class of "67" 1 ' ff ,A W .M , L a 4. gd Q fm o Wu ' wh Q! My "Www me if all l.. .4 4. Y . , 1 U .. , -Q .-A Vacation Village h-9' 9 ,,. I A. Sadie Hawkins Happenings. The Sadie Hawkins annual Sock-Hop presented by the Girl's League was held on October 6 in the Big Gym. The group at the "Hornet HoedoWn" was entertained with music by the Fortes accompanied by singers DeEtta Little, Chorle Ghol- Ston and Harlen Flenoid. At the Sadie this year there were many couples dressed alike, and all appeared very cheerful in their casual attire. Our faculty proved to have just as much energy as the younger-set by getting on the dance floor and doing their latest steps. Well it appears everyone had a nice time. Evelyn Jorge and Kevin Brooks, one of the many dress-alike Couples that had a groovy time at the Sadie. Marrying Sam, performs hill 111311 Married! l Wedding, Q l 1 Mrs. Backer ? Everyone gets on the floor. . 5 " I M1533 cis ' "L ll' , 3 V 7' is iv 5 i' A X , , at Sadie's look- alikes. ji Get 'em Mr. Backer Mini worn by Miss Hutchinson 53 x . , Our entertainment: The Fortes. iw '74 '03 Q, -, . , .. Y, JI ' :ag 12 i7 w A. , , Lf- W. 1 u . 3, V fs. H1 5,4 gli 'W mecomwin M l ww mW Wk A X f 5 5 1 E M '. .2 f gi XM N MK . 15 ' -Q 3 'X " X , 1 M i :Jai - 2 gs- 5119 1 A, X' X' -aff Yi FWF? iT3'?We?ef Q . . SX. f 13,7 5 x " Y x q ix' f 1 X if X ggersffei MQW 'Vx'-1" ' f - M ftp .B ,, n M my " " fu , , I 1 M". ' g , r F . " " K xfg-1' 1 i 4 iv' Qu ? QESVX IX W ' H '. .. ' .f f , H 4' if ' mx' H " I ., J,.xF-- w ' , . .. 2-. L, ' WM ,,,,. M -.,.,. ,4,.f.-, NYJ --mf 'H' f , ..-B-f 1 Q' kr ,-,, ++ Q , Q cf 1 - , ' ......J--E4-'-rusfsi-, f ' 'Y . ei! 8 1' W is , 6 M " wal 0 N NNNN ly" ,W . ,..e,f,,, . Q-ng is -0-fr" li M-mm " H 4 ' A . A 3, ty K gi' VV if A im 'E 'F ' "' Q' "' 4 I 1 'T Q 4 t If H 1 Q 'MY a . , ,ff 4 xv , 4-1 1: s " y ' , 5 g ' w n ,f 4 , . - 1' ,y ,Ln L is 0.3 v I 11-K f 'ary ,fi IQ! Team and victory over the Crawf Colts made 1967's "Soul City U.S.A. " Homecoming a real success. The climax of the nightfs events was the crown- ing of Homecoming Queen Miss Salli E pati. 2 if Y A y 5 sxfsisxvg 4 if ,ig J gh 49 if' 1 . ,ik M f 5 36? Q is as if is , fa 56 5 ge ! gd B, a L ik .ii Q ::,' Iunlor Attendant Barbara Stockard I ,fn an , Q , 5 Z Ramona Patrick 'i f 5649- ,11 LVL- in 6 f"' ' - 4" ..-: 2.-1 'ages Attendaniqw 5 ji' KY, X f M - f ' ' S0 110g101'C 79? .,DOn1ta Da her 'ffm A P . ' ug my Paauldgl nsodhisefa Qwgfiiii Qi' A JS. A-gfff V1 ' .: 1g17jf17i5e? Lkf, -31.55 kj K Xf M Q A is , and . M L, .L 5 , 4- , A wg F 'ff ' ij, 'fs I e,a. wh? ifeggm F gi a 4 n A se ,, F 3 L +2 K' as 'WW ef be ,n 2, , Wi i gud , '21 3 , " f , 2 , " - A ' A -K e .A I. q K, 4 ag, A , i i Lie: , ,. W A , H as Q qw- L , 'Wy K K - , 'N , Q , 'gag of ik ' 5 ' , s 21, ff f .af Q - f .vlfqggm-,M , .W Sw .1 Us H 6 if 7 , , K I 2, ,gb Q, - . .. .mv "gi 'ie 5 Q' V- I . K ., ' ' ,H WL Q W ,QV L 'A l , Girls, League Presents First Gif anipus Green 81 White Ball For the first time in the history of Lincoln High, the Annual Girls' League Green and White Ball was held off campus. The evening proved to be Successful at the Balboa Park Club, With the enter- tainment of the Apollos. Miss Lincoln, Madelyn Reel and Mr. Lincoln, Willie Wilson were joined on the throne by first runners-up Venita Jackson and David Bradford, second runners-up Elizabeth Dantzler and Terrance Everetteg and third rtuiners-up Rulette Pierce and Randy Horn. i 5 6 Brucie gigs! Get it Hutch Sugar Bear 8 Twig HStrangers In The Nightw MarCh 8, 1968 Qrangers ig fig 'theg ' Q 5 , The Apollos entertain. C:1n't Stand It! 57 35391-wi! 4 Doris G Van Crowned King dz Queen 5 aw, , E TT' QS' ., A? 2 " F eva x fy, Q L ., . , sw 5.3 W A ww Q Y , ,W ? . , 1 k , mf , 12 3 . 3 J Z ' if 1 5 Q as 5 y Lpg,f i 1 : w 5 Y ,f 3551! X ff 1, M, , ff - W- : If ,K K wg, ff? -1 ,L 3' 3 i f ? a .Q eg 1 Vfyr S 1 S 2 5 1 3 Q it s Q 3 N me K 'k W' 581 if --re 1 x ASB KING 8 QUEEN Van jolmson Doris Spikes ZND RUNNERS- UP Danny Mendoza Diana Bcene if 2 if m ff ' 4 gf in -an If U Jw sf , 4. 4 -l,fQ..-Qi? 1ST RUNNERS-UP Doug jones Edna Lowery B Royalty 3RD RUNNERS- UP CNot shown: Tyrone Brownj Deborah Mosby -1-JE R.O.T. C. Queen And Court junior Att. : Linda Sanders Cadet Lt. Alvin Bouldin Queen Edna Lowery 8 Capt. Terry Smith Soph. Att.: Diane Smith Cadet Lt. Freddie King Lincoln Men Honor utstanding Girls Key Club Sweethearts Fall: Miss Carol Walker Summer: Miss Maria DeCas11'o Winter: Miss Deborah MCKissaCk Spring: Miss jurutha Brown ,4 '5 1 ,S x gk 1 4,2 , P' .40 Aw if ' Deborah Mc Kissack Donita Daugherty Muriel Sw eet Head Songleader Diana Beene ,150 lil' 3 are La Head Cheerleader Raul Rubalcava igh Spirit Sparks Victory 33 -,, . r M g if Russel Orozco Holly Ochi Led by Raul Rubalcava and i Diana Beene, the Hornet Song and Cheerleaders proved that Lincoln rooters "can dig it." Adding excitement and spirit, thc song and cheerleaders add great support for our athletic teams. mm. GLEADER And Mascots Left to Right Kathy McKissack, Shirlee Buchanan, Carolyn Ludlow. Top Linda Buggs. Not Pictured jettie Ellis Busy Buzz Buzz Bill Solomon, Margaret Wiley Mascot Henrietta Hornet Margaret Wiley 64 4 aff --sw ,kwin in. 6' 5"-.x "--1 ,,f , . fz - .. -f-, f-.SQA Z, xv xiii P . fa! Anubis W .. .n-,s I nyA C. C. C. 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Nicholson, R. Patton, K. jackson, V. Ellis, W. Davis, G. Penn. 31-d Row- I. Hopkins, F. House, G. jackson, R. Kirkpatrick, C. Walker, A. Lampkin, R. Brown, T. Mitchell, G. Cook. 4th Row- L. Cowen, P. Roberts, R. Cook, J. Randle, D. Young, B. Shaw, T. Everette. 70 'F . 'Q 54? ,. ' 7 A ' up any , , , af, 7 g, i .2 ,, i ASQ. M' an we HQ it .5 if , sf,, 'Arai v , -f 3, 'eff - 'F' " 'N 4 f if V 7' or O' 0' 0 v Band Major First Semester Michael Bruce Band Maj orettes LEFT TO RIGHT Earnestine Gamble, Gwen jones, Pauline Bailey Band Major Second Semester Rodney Gaulden 72 'E cus CQ DD C .-C1 O S-1 CU ve-4 Z. V3 '-a-o 0 C L-1 C Mr. Artimez ORCHESTRA R. Nowden, E. Leon, S. Horne, G. Boles, J. Hill, W. Murray, A. DeCas1xo. C. jackson Soul Sounds In Music PEP BAND QSTANDINGQ K. White, T. Edmundson, J. Greene, C. Sisson, J. Hill, QSITTINGJ L. Hayes, D Mitchel, G. Smith, R. Patacsil, H. january, N. Quinn. 74 Q. w V gugsszfsigsqigg H N 1 ,W S 1 11 gg ? 3 4 , K, ..y,2,,4,: fm M- WH ',- 5' ,-WQf:3,ew,1ffg5f- - wgkzgggsfgz-W ' ' ' "1 Y ':ufqi?n15i1z'liET:a?" "?LfHhfS'?N7? , q frzys 1,Egiff-my ,,Mf1-- w Q Q Zigmy had fl 5 L iw, S- - y , - 'Zgf an K ,5 ,x J 2 5 , 3 if Z 2 T L CRGANIZATIG 5 1 I ,3 L The Girl's League is organized and functions solely for the interest of Lincoln girls. Each month the League selects the girls of the month and at the end of the year names the most out- standing senior girl. Each year they sponsor the Sadie Hawkins Sock Hop and the Green and White Ball. Miss Hutchinson was the year's sponsor. Girls, League Hosts Busy Schedule Ik T ,f, Drama Club The Drama Club, spon- sored by Mr. McPherson is a newly formed club. The club is composed of students interested in dramatic arts. The Drama Club planned several field trips, in- cluding one to the Old Globe Theatre. Other special events featured lectures by actors and theatrical experts. The fifth year of the Tri-Hi-Y is composed of girls interested in serving others. Their main purpose is to perform community services. One of the most anticipated events of the year is the trip to Disneyland Many social events are also pre- sented by the club. The club Works harder each year to improve the club and the girls Within it. Tri-Hi-Y Speech Club The Speech Club is an organization designed to give students an oppor- tunity to learn to express themselves in the most successful Way possible. We have many activities throughout the year with a maximum of nineteen different events. ii aw 4 A Lmcoln Turnf an QE., R c " W F f' 5 .. A-f"'v,y 'frffiffx f , ,,.Q I , a , in V'-' Y 3 S. '52, 1? TN --nfl A vb. xi, I Multi-Lingual W' X4 U e bln 1,51 Q vs , ,Jr ,qt 4 S 5? f ' ww A l ,, sr in fx 1 Q 95 Q '11 4 J 'I if asf!! , Qilafg gg ' ' 5 wi iwi i'w2'11,L JH- '-SPS-TZ.-rli-"b -' LTwz,51.z vim?" is nyg. , W5 A1 is vt 5 5? fa ' i I ef TY X 9 H ,,, 5 Q rv 4 W., . f im w ,fa--is ,un F 1 is he JQYAYKQ' r Q y 1' W if aim Q' 5 S5 gm 2'-1 2? Wdkfgyk 5 QQ my ww 'M if' ,X '91,-it my .. ,- .v,, iff 'X' E, K' 'fbi' Key Club ,,..,.....-M' M , W,.v,,,,,.,.,'.--Q-w YQ. This year the Key Club and Adelphians Worked together in making service projects and activities a great success. The service projects included giving Halloween candy to the Children's Hospital, giving Christmas stockings filled with goodies to the Hillcrest Receiving Home and collecting gifts for our servicemen in Viet Nam. . in 15' ,Q Xi'i' iii Y-Teens Exe cutives Y-Teens is an organization of girls devoted to having fun in life. This organization is always on the move. This year's activities were highlighted by a trip to Disneyland and a tea held at the Y. W. C. A. The purpose of the Executives is to organize all club presidents together to discuss new ideas and to solve common problems. Being a club president automatically makes you a member of the Executives. This year's president of the club was Madelyn Reel. The sponsor was Mr. Schwandt. The Girls' Athletics Association teaches girls good sports- manship While they have fun. Some of the main activities of the GAA include tennis, volleyball, modern dance, track and field, gymnas- tics, and badminton. Miss Arlene Fox was the sponsor and Evelyn johnson was the President. , . s Q... ZW. ., . i..l , 1 .Je is Hornet Girls Exhibit thietic Talent , X , Q , ,- i J- fw- vs SY s I X K QX " PM f,1:..,,, , S . 're A f- 4 s f f' Q I L 2 2 ga H 1 J A Q Q 8 r .. iw , i gp V i , ,E ,',. 4 3 M .Wil My A r . .M igywfi ,,A:L..J3f. .,., , V, .,i. if K V I hm m AV W L3 it A , X kk QT WN f . NCEE " 2 1351515 -:Lp V ' 'Y--f.:i1,, Q., .,., , . .rs 3 f I-7555 5 ' - 0515294 ' EYFTW. 1 , l i 5 ff T' 41 'E M., .. . T15-'79 , , - ' ,. : . .- ' . gi-i"3'gZ2' H ' ' , I.1:,'va1I,'-235 -2 W -m1,ff,ws4,grQ Mzisrwzfgirrggyqggqggggqfggz, - . ,1sQas3,wfs,5sfigyis.wwiii,r.,:55m,m,i3,.. E. K ., ., ,. ,. fiePK-ti mes? wwf 7 " Tennis team warms up for action under the direction Volleyball team practices for meet against Morse. of Miss FOX' 83 Pep Squad Lancers 84 The Lancers is pri- marily a service organization to assist Lincoln in many activities. Members are responsible for encouraging student financial support for the outside activities of the school. The activities this year have been headed by Mr. Ewbank and La Nedra Henderson, President. A The Lettermen S Club is form ed by athletes interested in uniting for the promotion of school spirit and school activi ties. Each year, Lettermen sell beat ribbons for our to promote school spirit. Annually, the Lettermen's Club sponsors a softball game against the Faculty. This year the club was sponsored by Mr. Arevalo and the President was Raul Rubalcava. in Aesthetic E Art Club 86 nthusiasts Garden Club Sponsored by Mr. T Hamilton, the Garden Club has gained more popularity since its beginning. Its members have learned the making of corsages and hovv' to care for plants properly. Its main purpose is to have a better feeling towards plant life. The Art Club, in its third year, has grown considerably both in membership and activities. The Art Club sponsors an art show, held each year in the library. There the many art pieces done by the students are displayed. All those interested in art are asked to join this Worth-while organiza- tion and display their artistic talents. The art Club was sponsored by Mr. Patterson. Science Club Math Club Was formed to provide those interested in math a chance to express their views. Thc club is open to those people interested in advanced math techniques. The Math Club provides a challenging contest to test the alertness its members have in solving mathematical problems. Mr. Owen was the sponsor. The Science Club, under the supervision of Mr. Howell provides students Who are Will- inv to devote time to the club an understand- CJ ing of science and nature. Having fun is also one of its purposes. This year the club sponsored a Whale hunt and a grunion hunt. Math Club ary Kathryns Light The Way To Success Mary Kathryns is an honor organ- ization in which only senior girls can participate. Senior girls are chosen by their outstanding scholarship and service points. The "M.K. 'S" take an active part in the service for the needy people. Mrs. Anderson was the sponsor. v 1, l v ! it Kikue Santohagashi La Nedra Henderson ' ' President Vice- President y gf ,:- '25-5..g.. if fr- is I .V ,, I . 5 H , f Grace Blackwell jurutha Brown Maria De Castro Venita Jackson Martha Nelson Holly Ochi Tonee Ritchey Janice Smith 'Q J! .Q , Ti it li i Evelyn Lew Doris Spikes Iurutha Brown La Nedra Henderson Randy Hom C. S. The purpose of the C.S.F. is to foster a higher standard of scholarship and broaden ideas of service on the part of our students. Eligibility for member- ship requires a record of good citizenship as Well as ten points for academic excellence and recognized service ef- fort. Individual pictures on this page are this year's Sealbearers Who are chosen for having been members of C.S.F. for five semesters. ' "Mild-" V Seal Bearers Attain Academic Excellence 6 sv X 3 Mp., K K x 2 , ,HJ Ramona Moody Kikue Santohagashi Allen Wernick Boys Federation is a boy's school organization and has shown to be a fine group. They present assemblies and promote school activities. Each month they se- lect an outstand- ing "Boy of the Month". Nlr. Penn was the sponsor. ,.f,.Z'W Nasa, i,i-,-f., . Us ,.-'.-, w, rp, rf, v, W.. , , ,, in f3gs1iL,gQ5,:m-,,. , g ffyg:1-,- im' ' T ' 15: HHornet Men n The Gow Radio Club The main purpose of the Radio Club is to learn how to handle radio com- munication equip- ment. Under the direction of Mr. Hallett the boys have learned the special skills needed. Those interested in the field of electron- ics are encour- aged to join. Health Careers Club is dedicated to exploring and investigating the types of health careers available and the train- ing needed for jobs in this field. The club is very active, planning at least one field hip a month. The high- light of this year was a tour of the U. S. S. Ticonderoga. Tonee Ritchey has been the President and Mrs. Klumph, school nurse, its sponsor. 1 ---..-..,..., - . -Q--....a, - --.....,,, IMI ... ---su. ..--Q-..,.,. .-.,,....,, H-u-nf-..,,..,.,,,. -.-W-....,.,, ,Q--......4-.- .......-....,,,,,, - ..., ,U , ...,..-..........,.... -.......... ........"""'.........."""""" ......,........ ,,. Q--Q-....... -4--....... --.. -N.-Y -M-.-.. .M-,-. au.-.. The Red Cross has been very active on our campus this year. This club was formed to promote school alertness to the needy. Working for the community is the main objec- tive ofthe club. For those interest- ed in meeting new people and giving their time to a worth while cause t.his is a wonder- ful opporttmity. """'! Hustlers Arouse School Spirit k 92 Fw -W-D- ' Lark! L PGRT 1 .-Q...--if A .-gif 5 f ' 5 4. ' + .LK ,H if 3 f' ,Q ,.4pnmw,Q.. v Y iwgmfwma wk f -K , ff, .umm t 1 i Yo Top rope climbers, Raul Rubalcava, Elmer Sweater. This year's gymnastic team has improved tremen- dously over past years . Six members placed in East- ern League With three going onto C .IIF . competition, where Captain Raul Montes placed third on the side- horse. Lincoln Gymnasts Perform Well ln 767 STANDING: S. Montes, J. Mah, J. Castille, K. Tsubakihara, D. Kawamoto, E. Streater, R. Hom, R. Rubalcava, 1 QKNEELINGQ, C. Jones, G. Tsuida, D. Hill, I. Maze, R. Chin, Captain R. Montes on Sidehorse, T. Nakata, G. Wlheeler, Managers, I. Werner, and L. Chapman, D. Rucker, and D. Holt. 94 J. Green, E. I-Iune, F. Garcia, C. Carrero, A. Fennell, P. Castro, M. Garcia, and Coach Nelson. , . 7 7 Hornet Harriers Rebul 6 - With the loss of last year S key runners, this has been a rebulld - ing year for the cross country - ,' team. We have a lot of potential M talent but the team needs more depth. of . l' M. Garcia G. Boles . 'f""7fr'- A A. Fennell and M. Garcia finish strong against Morse Coach High, Ivan Olson my eswWweiMw5,j,P.1q7g.ggwM'zffg " 4 i V, fx 1 an at Sw: 2:5 ee .an :mi MW. G .- ,. ,. l YD. Jones XJ. Allison A. GTGGH XJ. Powell B. Webb J. Hunt o. Allen +P. eevingren +M. Lee few, Cammgn ew, Franklin PlfAll Eastern League Hornets Climax Thrillin A rematch Victory over Saint Augustine climaxecl a great l season for the Hornet gridders and gave them their sec- ond C .LF . Title in three years . Finishing with a 10 - 1 season record, this team has been called the best in our l school's history. I en Coach Denistony s varied emotions re- flect ups and downs. KNEELING: M. Chapman, R. Gonzalez, C. Dunn, V. johnson, L. Henderson. STANDING: J. Pittman, QMgr.j3 T. Richburg, S. King, A. Quinn, W. Wilsdnj R, Boles, S. Webb, E. Streater, QMgr.j5 Not pictured: G. Carpenter, C. Warren, R. West. V ' 96 ta E , kkrk W M I 1 4. ,f qvs , E., W Z.. .M mx W 5 Q f gf? . w 11315735 Lf' Y , wr? if "T K an I 1 ,, iv 3 . ,gel-". , f -f:?,f.u. B. Turner XM. Maxwell PFM. Franklin M. Roberts S. Qualls C. Patterson R. Reed D. Mendoza L. Williams G. Warren B. Ruiz PFAM Eastern League VV ' h C I I ' 1 eason lt . .F. lt e. we 5 X Coaches Griffith and Cubley. 2 . is -A, Q .,.,,, ' vgggf' f l 1 of'7"1?PEa75Qf?7l2' QQ ff' wi Q5 M tif ' . f, fkflgm 2 5 'W WEfwfl if 5123 ffl 'f ,. 'I ' ' tw i J' ff 'Q ,V , Q V - ' ,M ff.,-ff-1 4 "ll l l l nn. U N. I I A: A ' ,-1, fg Urn' ,.-, ll ,X:,, 3 ,U tf f lwl ' 77444 M 7 ' . ' K .".a,?ZfTf l 'P fo 'KZf'f'5 . fix., , f - A fkvwl 1-QS Q54 iff K In 5 o W Nusa 'Q is H' 124 ,X ,7 5 fx, Q Lce gms free rldc at Clairemont. Dgfcnse Suffgns at Hilltop. NN ho womL'S the ball you all? 1967-68 Football Season Lincoln 39 19 20 3-1 39 46 -ll 13 27 7 28 University Hilltop Clairemont Morse Hoover Mar Vista Crawford St. Augustine San Diego C .I . F . SEMI-FINALS Kearny C .l. F . FINALS St. Augustine as as B Hr fr e , if Q, ii it it .. 'W 1 ,.,. V . if ' Clarence Warren rolls for the Hornets! Led by the great play of jerry Powell and Phil Covington and a fierce de- fense, the Hornets avenged an earlier loss by shutting out St. Augustine 28-O for the C.I.F. Title. This was an outstanding team effort and climaxed another great season. 7 W e re N o. l . Defensive standout, -Phil Covington Powell throws the long bomb. Pass play to Chapman breaks Saints' back. 'rl l C.I.F. Player of the Year, -jerry Powell Victorious Hornets---C. I. F. Champs! Kneeling E. Taylor, I. Castille, E. Streater, 2nd Row R. Rublacava, L. Kida, V. johnson, W. Murray, W. Hill, W. Wilson, 3rd Row B. Ruiz, C. Bagby, I. Allison, W. Cammon, P. Covington, G. Warren, R. Reed, Hornet Grapplers Capture Eastern League Wrestling ,Crown 106 11 5 148 168 Jerome Castille Eddie Taylor Van Johnson Doug jones 1st East League 1st Eastern League 1st East. League 1st East. League 31-d Place, C, I, F, 3rd Place. C. I. F, 2nd Place. C. I. F. VARSITY SCORES Monte Vista 45 Lincoln 5 El Capitan 13 " 27 E1 Cajon 18 " 20 University 13 35 Hilltop 13 " 32 Grossmont Invitational 4th Place 142 Point Loma 10 " 44 "' Crawford 17 " 3 1 Santana 18 26 "'l-Ioover 6 40 "Morse 14 " 27 mm M, Holtville Tournament lst Place 105 "'St. Augustine 0 " 58 18? . , 21,8 , "'San Diego 19 " 24 Phillip Covington Wilhe Cammon lst Eastern League 1st Eastern League Pk League Meets lOl Q .ff X BRU CE AN DER SON C S even LI-I 41 s U 1 . Up, Up, Ana'Away HORNETS' BASKETBALL '67 - '68 With the highest scoring team in the school history, the Hornets finished in 3rd, in the always tough Eastern League and par- ticipated in the C.I, F, Tourna- ment. Led by record breaking Bruce Anderson and all- league Fred Norris and Emanuel Davis f i -:S U '25 .fy vt Davis pops for two. the Hornets finished with a record of 16-11 and 2nd place in the University Holiday Tournament 4 Mm. jerry Powell steals ball from Morse. Anderson leads a one man charge on the boards. ,, K Q... awk .V rt. L rt- , gl i.. Us ' KR g no ' r' an as """" 4 " ' . of Nw., 5 R I fl Y ,via flil 1 ' 'ef' me Fred Norris rebounds against Saints Coach Peterson plans overtime strategy. if if kk ' 1 , L5 uigw, .. 2 Tafsfis gsf-'sf ' 71' - . vm: xx, I x-fwiiL.si+'m"V 321. f ' - mfs: S-Q: ,-, -, 'W s1sm,w'i'-,f- A mf? -V ::31,s3k5.fgLi,g3,5--A .f Q- '1 5 Kqgu . ,,.A f YET ,sv A j,5.' N - A 1 ?!g2?' Q 'it W, 1? LlNcoLN C.FE'RRE"1" IO .LPOVELL 52 E.DA'1JlS :fo ,,,,, ... 3, .5 5'-If s BPNDERSON 4 .. Ufvifr-,ff EQ FQWEST Si' B if und nav i 1 Q Y, 1 Q lk Ill! 'E ...T l viny- -FISH fm. 1 un-"N . wkwv , 3,352 ig , xxx 1' -'27, - X, Q k.,. M., .' '-, V n Hopi, A ,,. Standing, D. Pearson, E. Cooper, E. Clark, D. Kirkpatrick, R. West, S. White, B. Webb, Coach L. Arevalo Sitting, K. Martin, R. Battle, A. Green, B. Wells, W. Kilbourne, J. Noble, B. Hale, J. Pittman Baseballers Shoot For League Pennant. in .il , f MQ PEG., PM Ni, R. Battle S I. Pittrnan K. Martin Outfield Catcher Outfield E. Clark, K.White, R. West, D. Kirkpatrick Pitchers A 4 .. B. Wells 3rd Base ff ,r ' S H 4' D. Pearson 2nd Base 11.1 I I D. Huntley 1 B. Webb Pitcher Outfield Hg 1 1., , ' F .1 ., 111-11 n Sitting Row 1. R. Jarrett, M. Mitchell, L. Wiley, C. jenkins, A. Corley, W. Wilson, D. McZeal, V. Hester, H. Woods, fCapt. lMiddle Row E. Basey, T. Everette, B. Shepard, C. Patterson, T. Richburg, K. Edwards, P. Castro, E. Hune, D. Kirkland, R. Reed, R. Davenport, J. Green Row 3 W. Ward, M. Garcia, H. Hill, M. Franklin, H. Murphy, C. Robertson, T. Murphy, R. Boles, A. Fennell fCapt.jM. Maxwell, W. Quinn, B. MacElVaine, W. Cammon, Thin lads Defend C.l.F. Title ne . . f " h- 5 T' ' ,Q .t u , A ' I 'AP - , ' ' ' I , , i,- , f ,d Q T , M do n yiiyl ,,, ay , , - f 'fi .....ft..W ,Z A , , fag: is ig gi- i',' . 1, A.,., ..,.:.. ., U 7 I . . . .,.. C . i ENZJUI rf .I IQA Q W 2 C Q Y , . X. ff 5 4' .mx rg, P ,,,,,,5,,,,, is 1 F, TQ TT. 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Fennell, R. Boles, M. Mitchell Pole Vaulter: D. Kirkland Long Jumper: T. Everette a ku' V "-' : gif - K f F ef tis a f R no 4' S-:refs VV,,. Z ki . K VL ,.,. f Y gkrrk My L R i T ewie Hurdlers: E. Basey, D. Jones, H. Woods Shot Put: W. Cammon K ,,.r, 3 Richburg Sprinteisz M. Franklin, M. Maxwell, C. Robertson, T. Distance Runners: P. Castro, E. Hune, M. Garcia The Thinclads will be out again this year to defend their C .I.F . Track Title for the 3rd straight year in a row. This year's team in- cludes an outstanding 440 yd. and Mile Re- lay Team one of the finest in San Diego. Some of the outstanding Seniors this year are D. jones, H. Woods, T. Murphy, A. Fennell and many others . The juniors play a major part in our Varsity Track Team this year and will be a major asset to our team next year for the '68-'69 Campaign. A Coach Nelson and Coach Halsey 41432 Left to right R. Allen, M. Weast, S. Branch, M. Kirkpatrick, B. McElvaine, F. White, B. Roberts, T. Edmundson, T. Harris, I. Patrick, C. Smith, V. Hester, R. Blackman, C. Henderson, A. Warren, A. Verge, J. Moore, C. Collins, D. Curtis, Ron Battle fMgr.j 2nd Row J. Moore, B. Odom, R. Nowden, R. Mosby, T. Cole, N. Edmundson, D. jackson, M. Nierako, I. Peter, W. Manassa, R. Rice, J. McCue, J. Tucker, jefferson, Sitting, A. Corley, D. Terry, W. Kilbourne, J. Noble, C. Davis R. Davenport, W. Murray, G. MacMurray, V. Allison, A. Harris, R. Chin. 1 .552 579+ .. f , I . gg, h i Coaches Arevalo and Linares W 4 41 K. Bruce, 31 S. Cherry, 21 E. Davis, 51 O. Allen, 45 R. Allen, 35 L. Gibbs, 25 C. Carerro, 23 D. jackson, 55 M. Lee, 53 W. Quinn Missing: Coach Halsey, Dave Curtiss. ,S Warm p For arsity Competition I X 14... Standing, Coach Griffin, M. Lee, W. Manassa, O. Allen, R. Nowden, D. Buggs, L. Williams, Sitting D. Terry, S. Cherry, L. Hill, C. Dubose, S. Oates, C. Jones, L. Smith. A-era We , ,ggi . ' .--f -V Safe at first! Linco1.n's champion J. V. 440 yard relay team. Kneeling R. Ortega, G. Tsiuda, J. Mah, W. Hill, B. Mah 2nd Row R. Reed, C. Rector, G. Warren, I. Allison, O. Verge, D. Groom. Swimming QL. to R. j R. Stevens, K. Klein, A. jordan, R. Salone, J. Maze, D. Kawamoto, A. joseph, 1. Werner, C. Sisson, N. Williams, W. Neypes, T. Smith, A. Penn, Coach D. Szuch -X Rifle Team qxneeiingm. Byrd, R. Patacsil, T. Nakata, L. Polk, A. Nillaga, A. Penn. fstandingjN. Patacsil, G. Barnes, S. Horn, R. Deltino, G. Penn, R. Boles, J. Coffin Tennis fstandingj Coach J. Rouse, G. Ward, N. Quinn, D. Holt, A. Wernick, C. Warren, L. Chapman, M. Gramata, Coach E. Ewbanks. fkneelingy D. Mendoza, A. DeCastro, R. Chin, J. Mah, R. Hom, C. Willis, R. f Chin EHIBQ. W7 We ff , Y , . . was nga- ew- 2 . A if in--1-1.,-,,t ,f,TnE.,g, W . L . 1 x Q . he ' ' if A i x -gf. , aa 5-am. .-z . , we f 1 . H, , M if -. , -,...., Q . Q T- ' 1 1 - A ,g3'.f: -1 1. ', 'zfwswf-W-Y' 7 , . ,, ... H ,. ..,,. . .--,. .1?'fv:5'll"'i f - iii'- 'H . I .qs-" ig.,s5gg. w lf . , 2 , - ,jx " 'Q' fuss. 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MNH SPEECH DEPARTMENT LIN CO LN FACU LTY Lincoln students are fortunate to have a faculty which is so concerned about them . Our teachers exert tremendous energy and talents to insure that the student body receives the best education possible . The Statesman staff salutes this "swinging group!" Faculty Prepares Hornet . NPN - fifi GIRL'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT QL. TO R.j A. Fox, N. Snider, P. Osmon, J. Estle. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT QL TO RQ E. Crawford, G. Hodge, H. Hallett, P. Martin, R. Borchers, H. Luck. For Successful Future ENGLISH DEPARTMENT QL TO RJ C. Battenfield, H. Hashimoto, M. Ragan, E. Simon, N. Patton, I. Penn, M. I-Iutchenson, D. Szuch, R Shaughnessy, P. Speer, R. Lunsford, A. Schor. BOY'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION W. Cubley, I. Rouse, G. Halsey, W. Peterson, S. Deniston, I. Olsen, D. Nelson. .mwunlf HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT P. Blum and B. Morgan SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT W. Peterson, W. Powell, P. Bishop, H. Backer, W. Henderson, D. Nelson, B. Griffith, S. Miller SCIENCE AND MATH DEPARTMENTS W. Howell, D. Hamilton, J. Berger, I. Olsen, D. jackson, V. Vint, C. Sullivan, C. Owen, W. Barnes. 3. 5. ll GU DRIVER'S TRAINING: P. Hartson. LIBRARIAN: H . Heatherington . , L f E52-'F C NURSES: L. Kluxnph and M. Gelles BUSINESS DEPARTMENT C. Anderson, W. Schwandt, O. Leifert, L. Saunders, 1. Stankovics. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT L. Cuchran, N. Newell, W. Austin Faculty shares knowledge and experience ART DEPARTMENT I. Patterson and E. Saunders SECRETARIES: fstandingj D. Huckabone, M. Overgaag, L. Johnson, E. Sandell, H. Gripp, L. Young, QseatedjV. Taylor, I. Valenti, M. Schroeder. Q a J TEACHERS ASSISTANTS: D. Cutler, C. Hoadley, B. Merrill, J. Henselmier, J. Hines G. Miller, K. Conner, B. Arnett. CAFETERIA STAFF: L. Skinner, C. Boyd, K. Porter, P. Glenn, M. Miller, M. Hegenbart, L. Simmons, I. Kries, B. Hansen. CUSTODIAL STAFF: Standing: A. Husson, A. Martinez, L. Smith, N. Hames, B. Dempsey. Seated: K. Smith, I. Taylor, R. Turner, J. Morales, E. Miller. Faculty andids 51' -'K 1 L"' Wallflowers ? Tennis anyone? . , Hornet staff warms up for Davis Cup. ij Hollywood bound. Mr. Miller cavorts with songleaders at the Kona Kai. Mp, Powell and Mr, Saunders gig at the A. S. B. Ball. W UNIOR M4 ,, . , Liu ...J .X -v . sus z I 2: s 4 . , ,,, rv h .Of .,,.,, J 14. -, , , s N, 3- 1 1 , 4 , fp ,K 4! 'K E nf-fmlvvf The ,,,4 ,JW- ?fi4k'w h'Mum....,,,, Wm. .Qi Pvqgfidhem: Linda Sanders' 4. 1. 5' kgqggw my 5 swag, J. 'sg L 5 ::, I Ijeborah Richardsoni 'fffmkwg .KM w , f 7 . v .W I ,,,, . 35- L' H " , 5 ' Vice-President' Wi A ' 1 si'-,sf-9,2 . . Wa x '5 A, NMS. H A KH . 3 , ,,sf. an K A ,. .X . 3 0 , '4' ,H .. iw- I . f. - , 7 .. 7 - K ',-M 2 'i '5' f R 1. fv , . . " -V , g Q . . fs- sf , ,-,am7" M if 'mi , M - . K , . '-ifiifi f . 5 J ,1 ' ' f S 1 A A -A 5, , f -, ' ' ,, Q. -4, A A+ 1. ig. 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'Elf 'ii 1:25 V' M ' QI' qzii' K f f EN 1 I 4 Willis Sedell Alex Brenda Joane Robert Christopher Wilson Wong Wright Wright Wright 139 ADAMS, CORNELLIA MARIE G,A,A, 10,115 Hornet Hustlers 1O,11,125 Health Careers 105 Modern Dance 11,125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Red Cross 125Y-Teens1O,11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 11,125 Senator 10,125 Delegate 11 . "Nita's" future plans are to become a Registered Nurse and marry that special someone. AGUON, ROSE G.A.A. 125 Health Careers 125 Red Cross 12. Rose will never forget all the nice people she met at Lincoln. After graduation she plans to continue her education and out of life she would like to have happiness and security. ALBERT, LINDA ROSE RALIEGI-I Art Club 10,115 Pep Squad 10,115 Red Cross 10,115 Senator 10,11, Linda's most memorable experience is the fun she had talking to W.W. Her future plans are to Attend San Diego City College. ALLEN, EVELYN G.A,A. 125 Evelyn will never forget the A.S.B. Ball '67 and the Home- coming '66. Her future plans are to Attend Mesa College for two years and t.hen transfer to San Diego State College and later become a U. S. History teacher. ALLEN, JOSEPH EMILE Joe will always remember the Hive's staff and especially J.B. He plans to go to San Diego City College. AMERSON, PHYLLIS JOYCE Art Club 10,115 G.A.A, 10,115 Concert Choir 115 Hornet Hustlers 1O,11,125 Delegate 10,11, 125 Girl's League 11. While at Lincoln, Phyllis has enjoyed just being a student. Her future plans are to attend San Diego City College. ANAYA, RUTH Ten.nis5 G.A.A. 115 Rooters Club 115 Spanish Club 105 Senator 105 Delegate 11. Ruth will always remember the CIF Championship. Her future plans are to go to San Diego City College and a successful marriage. ANDERS, KENNETH Delegate 10,11, "Thin Man" will always remember the Senior Play and the Sadie Hawkins of '66 and '67. After graduation he plans to attend San Diego City College. ANDERSON, BRUCE DUANE Science Club 105 Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Lettermen's Club 11,125 Key Club 125 All Eastern League Basket- ball 11,12. "Brucie" has participated in Varsity Basketball two years while at the Hive. He spends his leisure time playing basketball and dating. Bruce plans to attend a four year college and become a naval officer. Mr. Basketball '67 and '68. APPLING, DEBORAH JEAN G,A,A, 10, Hornet Hustlers 125 Senator 105 Senior Play Comm. 12. "Peanuts"' favorite pastimes are going to parties and being with her friends. She will never forget the A. S.B. Play and the Green and White Ball of '65, Her future plans are to go to James Hall College of Beauty and become a beautican. AVIIA, SALVADOR "Sal" spends most of his time work- ing. His future plans include further- ing his education. BAEZ, MARIA EUGENIA Maria's favorite pastimes are listen- ing to records and being around her friends. She will always remember the nice people she met at Lincoln. After graduation she plans to attend San Diego City College. BAGBY, CURTIS Band 10,115 Delegate 115 Letter- men's Club 11,125 Varsity Football 125 Varsity Wrestling 11,12, "Curt" will long remember the CIF Champ- ionship. His future plans are to attend college and settle down with someone special. Senior Index BARNETTE, STEPHANY ANN Concert Choir 115 G.A.A. 105 Health Careers 105 Modern Dance 10,115 Science Club 105 Y-Teens 10,115 Delegate 10,11, "Stephy" received a G.A.A, award in the 10th grade. She will always remember Mr. Schwandt's typing class and Mr. Penn's 7th per. English Class. Her future plans are to attend U.S. C. or U. C . L.A . BATTLE, RONALD MYRONE Concert Choir 11,12, Ronald will always remember the CIF Champion- ship and the Senior Prom and all the memorable experiences in Concert Choir. He plans to attend college. BEENE, DIANA Adelphians 11,125 CSF 125 Concert Choir 115 Drill Team 115 Homet Hustlers 11,125 Modern Dance 115 Pep Squad 10,11, 125 Head Song- leader 125 Senator 10,115 Sadie Hawkins Comm. 10,11,12. "Beany" will always remember being selected a runner-up in the A.S.B. Ball, the CIF Championship of '68 and especially the times spent with that certain someone. She plans to attend college and major in Business Admin- istration and eventually marry. BEGUE, JEANNIENE Ensemble 11,125 Senator 1O,11,125 Jeanniene will always remember her many friends. She plans to go to college . BELLE, JANICE LEE G.A,A, 125 Health Careers 125 Y- Teens 12. "Ding Dong" likes to sew and sing with the band. She will always remember the Green and White Ball, falling down the stairs, and lunch time. Her future plans are to become a Vocational Nurse. BLACKWELL, GRACELIA ANITA G.A.A. 125 Pep Squad 125 Mary Kathryns 125 Senator 125 Sr. Awards Comm. 125 German Club 12. Gracie is a transfer student from Prince George High School of Prince George, Virginia. Grace plans to become a teacher. BLISSITT, LORETTA LYNN G.A.A. 105 Pep Squad 125 Y-Teens 11. "Lodie" will never forget the Prom of '68, and the Sadie Hawkins of '68. Her future plans are to attend college and become a designer. BOGAN, CONSTANCE Concert Choir 11,125 Drill Team 11,125 Pep Squad 105115125 Speech Club 10,11, 125 Senator 11. Connie's Future plans are to attend San Diego State College and later become an actress. BOULDIN, ALVIN ROTC 11, 12. Alvin is a transfer student from Seattle, Washington. After graduation he plans to go into the service . BRADFORD, DAVID ROTC 11,125 Red Cross 10,115 Spanish Club 125 Senator 115 Boy's Federation 10,11, 125 Buzz Staff 125 Sr. Prom Comm.5 ASB Vice President. "Dave" was on the ROTC Rifle Team and the ROTC fancy drill team, "Ebony Angels". He'll long remem- ber CIF '65 and '67, ASB Ball '67 and Senior Night. He plans to enter college and later join the Air Force. BROADWAY, BRENDA ANITA Brenda plans to continue her educa- tion by attending college and later becoming a beautician. BROWN, JOANN Hornet Hustlers 105 Pep Squad 105 Y- Teens 115 Senator 105 Delegate 115 Sr. Award Comm. 125 GAA 12, "Jo" will always remember the Sadie Hawkins in her junior year, She plans to attend SDCC. BROWN, JURUTHA DORIS Adelphians10,11,125 CSF10,11, 125 Executives 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,125 Mary Kathryns 125 Modern Dance 11,125 Pep Squad 115 Y-Teens 10,11,125 Senator 11,125 Delegate 11,125 Literary Council 105 Gen. Health and Safety 105 Annual Staff 125 Sr. Announcement Comm. 12. "JB'S" favorite pastimes are spending time with the New Breeds and talk- ing to "Ros." She will always remember the Hilltop game of '66 and ASB Ball '66, Her future plans are to continue her education at Occidental College. BROWN, TERRIS H. ROTC 11, Terris plans to enter the Air Force after graduation. BROWN, TYRONE DUANE LYNN Tyrone will always remember his many experiences at Lincoln. He plans to further his education. BROOKS, PAYE HELEN Concert Choir 115 Hornet Hustlers 125 Baccaulaureate Comm. 125 Ensemble 12. "Twiggy" will always remember the Sadie Hawkins '66, Prom of '67 and second lunch. Her future plans are to attend Mesa College and major in Business Administration. BROOKS, KEVIN CHARLES CSF 10, 11,125 Executives 125 Hornet Hustlers 125 Key Club 125 Latin Club 125 Math Club 11, 125 Annual Signing Party 125 Comm. of Publications 12, Kevin plans to attend UCSD. BISHOP, BRUCE EDWARD Bruce plans to attend Mesa College after graduation and later go into the service. BURRIS, LINDA Sr. Play 12. "Mellow" transferred from Sweetwater in the 10th grade. She will always remember first lunch in the 10th grade. Her future plans are to become an IBM Key Puncher and be Dennis's perfect wife. CAMACHO, TERESITA PAULINO Art Club 125 GAA 11,125 Garden Club 10, 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11,125 Health Careers 11,125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 10511, 125 Science Club 1O,I1,125 Senator 105 Delegate 115 Girl's League Sr. Rep. Terry's future plans are to go to college, join the Army and travel. CANNON, NAOMI SEIMA GAA 105 Health Careers 10, Namomi's future plans is to go to college and later marry that special someone, H.A. CARDENAS, EDWARD Boy's Federation 10,11,12, Eddie plans to enter the Air Force and later become a Electronic Engineer. CASTANDEA, ANGELINA French Club 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 115 Annual Staff 125 Buzz Staff 125 Red Cross 10. Angie's memorable experiences include CIF Champion- ship in '65 and '66 and lunch time with the gang. Her future plans are to become a cosmetologist. CASTILLE, JEROME Lettermen's Club 10,115 Boy's Federation 10,11,12. Jerry received a special award placing first in the Eastern League for wrestling. He plans to become a commercial artist. "MR, WRESTLING '67 and '68 " CASTRO, ARCANGEL "Arc" has been a member of the "Hive" for three years. After gradua- tion he plans to attend San Diego City College. CASTRO, ROBERT CSF 11 , Bobby will long remember his first year at the "Hive" and es- pecially the CIF Championship of '67. College is his next step. CHIN, RICHARD Lancers 125 Lettermen's Club 10,115 Delegate 10,115 Annual Staff 12. Richard has participated in gymnas- tics, wrestling and tennis. He plans to enter the Electric Communication field in college or the Air Force. CONDON, LARRY LEE While attending the "Hive" Larry will always remember the CIF Champion- ship of '68. He plans to continue his education. COOPER, EARNEST VERLIN ROTC 10,115 Lettermen's Club 10,115 Hi-Y 10,115 Senator 105 Delegate 11. "Ernie" participated in Varsity Football, and Baseball all of his three years at the Hive. He plans to go to college. Also in the future he expects to be successful. COOK, GARY VERNON Concert Choir 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 1O,11,125 Key Club 11,125 Pep Squad 11,125 Delegate 115 Gen. Health and Safety 105 Henry Hornet Mascot 11, "Hornet" will always remember the great Saturday nights. He plans to attend Wichita University and then become an accountant. CORRAL, MARCIANA Marciana's most memorable experi- ences are just being a student at Lincoln and all the wonderful people she met. After graduation she plans to get a good job. COURTNEY, VERONICA Band 10, 115 GAA 125 Spanish Club 125 Buzz Staff 12. "Ronnie's" experi- ences will long be remembered, especially Miss Hutchinson's third period English class. Her future plans are to find peace, security and happiness and someday marry A.H. COVINGTON, Pl-IILLIP Latin Club 1O,11,125 Lettermen's Club 10,11,12. "Cov" has been con- sidered a great football player while he has been attending the "Hive". He will always remember the night when the Hornets won the CIF trophy. After graduation he plans to attend college to become a coach. Varsity Football Captain '67 and '68, All CIF team '67. COWENS, LORETTA DEBORAH Concert Choir 125 Delegate 125 Loretta is a transfer student from Medford High School. She will always remember the Prom and t.he Convention. Her future plans are to attend a business school. CRAMER, AGRIPPA GRANVILLE III Hornet Hustlers 125 Health Careers 125 Pep Squad 12. "Gripp" was chosen to be the "Swinger" because of his dancing ability. His many friends will be most treasured. After graduation he plans to attend San Diego City College. CRENSHAW, NORMA IRNE Drill Team 115 French Club 125 GAA 105 Modern Dance 11,125 Pep Squad 11,125 Spanish Club 105 Speech Club 10,11,125 Y-Teens 10,115 Delegate 10. "Nickie's" most memorable experiences are marching with the Drill Team, and talking to the boys. Her futu.re plans are to become a nurse. CROWDER, PAULINE Ensemble 125 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11,125 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 Y- Teens 10, 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 1O,11,125 Senator 105 Delegate 11. "Polly" will long treasure her many friends at the "Hive". She plans to marry J.R. and later go to college and become a secretary. CRUZ, DOLORES Adelphians 11,125 Art Club 115 Drill Team 115 Garden Club 115 Hornet Hustlers 115latin Club 115 Pep Squad 11,125 Science Club 115 Spanish Club 115 Delegate 105 Buzz Staff 11. "Cher" was enrolled in Adv. U. S. History in which she found great pleasure. She will never forget the great times she had with the Drill Team on the bus. Her future plans are to become a TWA Airline Stewardess. CUMMINGS, AMANDA JEAN Delegate 115 Amanda's favorite past- times at the "Hive" will be never forgotten. Her future plans are to continue her education and later marry that special someone. CUMBIE, ELLEN "Gumbie" is a transfer student from James Campbell High, Erva Beach, Hawaii. After graduation she plans to attend a junior college. DANIELS, PHYLLIS JEAN Hornet Hustlers 125 Health Careers 125 Pep Squad 11,125 Science Club 11,125 Delegate 11. Phyllis spends her time reading and being with people, She will never forget the gang. Her future plans are to become a Physical Education teacher. DANTZLER, ELIZABETH ROMY Adelphians 125 Concert Choir 115 Drill Team 11,125 Executives 125 GAA 10,1l,125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,125 Latin Club 10, 11, 12, Modern Dance 10,11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 10,11,125 Delegate 105 Girl's League President 125 Election Comm. 125 Baccaulaureate Comm. 12. "Liz" will always remember the '68 Prom and the wonderful friends she made at the "Hive." Her future plans are to attend San Diego State College. DAUGHERTY, DONITA CHAUNTELIE Concert Choir 125 Drill Team 115 Pep Squad 105 Y-Teens 10,115 Tri-Hi-Y 10,115 Varsity Songleader 125 J,V, Cheerleader 115 Annual Staff 125 Delegate 10. "Duck" will always remember her many friends. She plans to attend San Diego City College. DAUGHERTY, RICHARD Band 10,11, 12. Richard plans either to attend San Diego City College or enter the service after graduation. DAVIS, ADRIENNE Executives 125 Health Careers 125 Red Cross 125 Y-Teens 125 Delegate 115 Sr. Prom Comm. 12. "Gidget" is a transfer student from New Orleans, La. Her most memorable experience was when she met W. B. Her future plans are to attend a btsiness college. DAVIS, DANNY MICHAEL Senator 10,11, 125 Delegate 11,125 Boy's Federation 1O,11,12. Danny will never forget the time he went to the ASB Ball with a broken hand. College will be his next step, DAVIS, EMANUEL T. Homet Hustlers 11, 125 Spanish Club 125 Senator 10,11. "Cricket" partici- pated in Varsity Basketball while attending Lincoln. Emanuel will al- ways remember the basketball team- mates and the good times with Linda G. He plans to attend a four year college and someday play professional basketball. DAVIS, FLOYD L. Lettermen's Club 10,11,125 Hi-Y 10,115 Boy's Federation 10, 11, 12, Floyd plans to go into the United States Marine Corps after graduation. DE CASTRO, MARIA Garden Club 10,11,125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,125 Health Careers 10,11,12, Lancers 11,125 Latin Club 10,11,125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Red Cross 10,11,125 Science Club 125 Girl's League 12, Mary Kathryns 12, "De Castrophe" has been enrolled in many honor classes which she has fou.nd the honor to be in such as Adv. Wld, History, Adv. English, and Honors English. Her future plans are to become a airline stewardess or either a nurse . DIZON, NINA ANDREA Concert Choir 115 Ensemble 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,115 Lancers 105 Latin Club 10,115 Delegate 105 Girl's League Rep. 11. "Tina's" will always remember her lunch table. She plans to attend college to become a Registered Nurse. HSWEETHEART COUPLE '67 and '68." DOWNS, KATHERINE Band 12. Katherine is a transfer student from Eva Gordon High School in Mississippi. She plans to go to college and become a Elementary school teacher, DUNN, CHARLES EDWARD Lettermen's 1O,11,12, "Buddy" will always remember the fun he had with the football team. His future plans are undecided. EDWARDS, KENNETH HOWARD Concert Choir 11, 125 Horent Hustlers 10,11,125Scnator115 Delegate 105 Varsity Track 10,11,12, "Kenny" will long remember all the experi- ences he went through while he was at the "Hive" . After graduation he plans to attend Mesa College and major in Mechanical Drafting or either go into the Air Force. ELLIS, ALICE PATRICIA Concert Choir 10, 115 Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Modern Dance 125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Science Club 115 Delegate 105 Annual Staff 125 Annual Signing Party 125 Red Cross. She plans to attend San Diego State College and become a Probation Officer or a Social Worker. EPATI, SALLIE SALILO Hornet Hustlers 10,125 Pep Squad 10,125 Delegate 11,125 Girl's League 11,125 Senior Night Comm. 125 Election Comm. 125 Homecoming Comm. 12. "Fluffy" was elected Homecoming Queen, '67, Her favorite pastime is being with Van J. She will always cherish the happy times she had at the '66 ASB BALL with V.l. She plans to attend college. EVERETTE, TERRANCE LAMONT MAURICE Concert Choir 11,125 Ensemble 125 Hornet Hustlers 125 Lettermen's Club 11, Red Cross 115 Delegate 1O,11,12- Homecoming Comm. 125 Sr. Night Comm, 12. "Tappy" will always treasure his many experiences while he was at the "Hive". He plans to attend Santa Ana Valley College and later settle down with that special someone. EVANS, GORDON MARK "Chester" plans to become a tech.ni- cal illustrator and he will always remember the class of '68. FAGAN, GAYLON Band 105 Pep Squad 105 Senator 11,12. Gaylon plans to join the Air Force and continue his education. FAIN, LORRAINE IDA Pep Squad 10. "Lolo" will always remember the football games and Mr. Shaughnessy's fifth period. She plans to go to college and become a Social Worker. FAMULI, ROSALIE Concert Choir 11,125 GAA 11,125 Garden Club 1O,11,12. "Rose" is a transfer from Saint Francis School in Samoa. A few of her most memorable experiences are all the new people she met while at Lincoln. She plans to become a Registered Nurse. FATU, ELENA MAUGA GAA10, 11,125 Health Careers 125 Modern Dance 10, 115 Graduation Comm. "Puna" future plans are to attend San Diego City College, to become a bank teller and later settle down with that special some- one. FENNELL, ALBERT CRAYTON Track 11, 125 Cross Country 11, 12, Albert received special honors in track and cross cotmtry. His future plans are to become a Commercial Artist. FENDERSON, SHIRLEY ANN Band 11,125 Concert Choir 11,125 GAA 125 Pep Squad 11. "Pig Tails" will never forget the Sadie Hawkins which was a "gas" . Her future plans are undecided. FERRY, CARLOS ZACARIAS Key Club 125 Senator 105 Boy's Federation 1O,11, 125 Lettermen's Club 11,125 Delegate 105 Varsity Basketball 11,12. "Spanish Flea's" v most memorable experiences while at the "Hive" were the nicc people he met. He plans to go to college. FLAKES, LESLEIGH JOAN GAA 1O,11,125 Pep Squad 115 Delagate 11,12. "Speedy Les" won the President Kennedy Track and Field award in the 10th grade. Her future plans are to attend San Diego City College and someday become a Olympic Champion. FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER Homet Hustlers 125 Senator 105 Annual Staff 11. Ben will never for- get the "Hive's" staff and their encouragement. College will be his next stop in the future. FRANKLIN, NORMA JEAN Jean would like to become a secretary and a good wife. Also in the future, Jean hopes to become a perfect wife. FRANKLIN, SAMUEL REYNOLDS JR. Ensemble 125 French Club 125 Hornet Hustlers 125 Key Club 12, Latin Club 125 Science Club 10, 115Hi-Y1O,115 Delegate 10,11,125 Boy's Federation 10,11,125 Annual Staff 12. Sandy is bound for college and eventually marriage, FRANKLIN, WILLIE JAMES "Country" will always remember his football team mates and opponents and especially the University game. He plans to attend college. GAINES, LINDA JOYCE Drill Team 115 French Club 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,12, Modern Dance 105 Y-Teens1O,11,125 Tri- Hi-Y 10,11,125 Delegate 105 Annual Staff 12. "Peppers"' favorite pastimes are singing, dancing, sewing and just having fun. She will always remem- ber being with E.L. , B.H. , S.S. , D.B. , P. K. , and especially Emanuel D. She plans to attend Redlands and major in psychology. GALVAN, JUANITA CSF 125 Health Careers 11,125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 10,11,125 Annual Staff 12. Juanita will always remember the CIF Championship. She plans to attend San Diego Slate College after graduation. GAMBLE, ERNESTINE Drill Team 115 GAA 10,11,125 Pep Squad 105 Y-Teens 1O,11,125 Tri- Hi-Y 125 J,V. Cheerleader 115 Baton Twirler 125 Graduation Comm. 12. "Earnie's" favorite pastimes are being with people. She plans to be- come a beautician. GAMBLE, MARVIN ROTC 11, 125 Concert Choir 11, 12, "Gamble's" future plans include go- ing to college and becoming a Probation Officer, GARCIA, KARMEN RAMONA Adelphians 115 Modern Dance 11, 12, Karmen is a transfer from Ventura High School, Ventura California. She will always remember her P.E. class and all t.he friends she met. Her future plans are to attend a beauty college and later get married. GARCIA, MANUEL Lettermen's Club 11,12, "Mel" was one of our Varsity Lettermen in Cross Country and track. He plans to be- come a Commercial Artist. GASTELUM, GENE Gene joined the "Hive" this year, He is a student from the "Grey Castle" . He plans to attend San Jose State and become an Electronic Engineer. GLASS, BERNITA Bernita plans to become a Social Worker after graduation, GLASS, GLORIA VARNETTE Gloria's favorite pastimes are cook- ing and painting, She will always remember the CIF Championship. She plans to attend college. GONZALES, RAMON Ramon participated in football and wrestling in his sophomore and senior year. In the future he plans to be- come a mechanic. GRANDERSON, RONALD CARNELL Concert Choir 115 Ensemble 12. "Ronnie" is a transfer student from the "Grey Castle". He will never forget the "gang" and being in love with Donita D. After graduation he plans to further his education, GROSS, MAMIE Executives 1O,11,125 GAA 10,11,125 Modern Dance 1O,11,125 Pep Squad 10,11,125Y-Teens10,11,125 Senator 12. Mamie's favorite pas- time is being with that certain someone. She will always remember her friends. She plans to attend San Diego City College. GAUNA, DOROTHY ERMINA Delegate 115 Buzz Staff 12, "Tuna" will long remember the Sadie Hawkins and the ASB BALL, She plans to get married. GURLLY, ARTHUR JR. Band 10,11,125 Lettermen's Club 1O,11,125 Pep Squad 10,125 Senator 10511, 125 Delegate 1O,11,12. After graduation he plans to attend San Diego City College and then Join the service. GUTIERREZ, SALVADOR "Sal" spends most of his time just being with people. He plans to further his education. HARRIS EDDIE Art Club 115 Hornet Hustlers 125 Pep Squad 125 Red Cross 125 Senator 10,11, "Ed" is a transfer student from La Jolla High School. College is his next step. HARRIS, JOY Drill Team 11,125 GAA 105 Hornet Hustlers125 Latin Club 11,125 Science Club Y-Teens 10,115 Tri- Hi-Y 115 Baccaulaureate Comm. 125 Annual Staff 12. "Joy Baby" will never forget the Y-Teens Disneyland trip and the people in Publications. Her future plans is to attend San Diego State College. HARRINGTON, JOHNNIE JR, Johnnie's plans aren't definite but he hopes to become a success someday. HAWKINS, JUNIUS JR. ROTC 10,11,12. Junius will always remember the '67 CIF Championship. His future plans are to attend San Diego City College. HEMPHILL, GWEN Concert Choir 115 Ensemble 125 Delegate 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 125 Pep Squad 125 Y-Teens 125 Annual Signing Comm. 12, "Quaek Quaqldg most memorable experiences are the Prom's of '67 and '68, Her future plans are to become a barber. HENDERSON, LA NEDRA ESTELLE Adelphians 11,125 CSF 10,11,125 Concert Choir 115 Drill Team 125 Executive 125 Garden Club 115 Lancers 125 Mary Kathryns 125 Literary Council 105 Annual Staff 125 Comm. of Finance 12, "Nedra's" most memorable experiences at Lincoln was being elected to an ASB office and the M.K. tapping. Her future plans are to attend USC. "VALEDICTORIAN of '68." HENDERSON, LE NELDON Lettermen's Club 125 Boy's Federation 125 Varsity Football 12. "Lee" will always remember and treasure the CIF Championship. He plans to attend college. HENDERSON, PATRICE CLAUDETT Patrice is a transfer student from Morse High School. She will never forget all the fun she had while at the "Hive." Her future plans are to attend San Diego City College and later marry J.W. HIENRY, SHIRLEY JEAN Ensemble 125 Latin Club 115 Red Cross 115 Girl's League 115 Baccalau- reate Comm. 125 Mixed Chorus 11, Jean will never forget Mrs. Pryor's Ensemble class and all the work that went into the class. Also she will never forget second lunch and the gang, and D.N. 'S mouth. Her future plans are to attend college and become a Home Economic's teacher and lead a very successful life. HEREDIA, MARAGRET Maragret plans to attend San Diego City College after graduation. HERNANDEZ, VIRGINIA Garden Club 10,11,12, Hornet Hustlers 11, Latin Club 11, Pep Squad 11,12, Red Cross 10, Science Club 10, Spanish Club 10,11,12, Delegate 10, Annual Staff 11,12, Annual Signing Comm. 12, Homecoming Comm. 12. Vicki will never forget J.F.G., watching the football game in the rain and all the fun she had with her friends. She plans to continue her education. HERNDON, ATHONY CHARLES Anthony believes that he will be a success in the business field. After graduation he plans to attend San Diego City College. HILL, BOBBY EARL Band 11 . Bobby is a transfer student from Harris High School from Chicago, Ill. Serving his country is his next goal. HILL, WILLIE Band 10,11,12, Hi-Y1O,11, Senator 1O,11,12, Annual Staff 11, Varsity Wrestling. After leading such a military life at Lincoln, he hopes to enter the service after graduation. HOLT, DELWIN CSF 11,12, Key Club 12, Lettermen's Club 11,12, Sr. Class President 12. Delwin was a finalist in NASP Program. His memorable experiences include all sports events, and the ASB council meeting. His next stop is college . HOLMES, JOHNNIE LEE His future plans are undecided. I-IOM, RANDEL S, CSF 1O,11,12, Executives 12, Hornet Hustlers 12, Key Club 11,12, Lancers 11, 12, Latin Club l1,12, Lettermen's Club 10,11,12, Math Club 12, Dele- gate 10, Boy's Federation 11, Annual Staff 12, Sr. Announcement Coit' 12, Commissiiner of Assembl,-As 12, Randy plans to attend colltgc and enter the field of engieice "SALUTATORIAN of '68. " HOPKINS, IDA LEE Concert Choir 12, GAA 10, Hornet Hustlers 12, Modern Dance 10, Pep Squad 11, Tri-Hi-Y 12, Delegate 11, Ida's future plans are to become a fashion designer. HOUSTON, MARY CATHERINE Pep Squad 10, Senator 10,11,12, Delegate 1O,11, 12, Jr. Class Vice- President 11. "May Kay's" favorite pastimes are getting to know people. Her future plans are to become a Registered Nurse or Telephone Operator. HUBBARD, DWIGHT ERROL Dwight spends his leisure time meet- ing people and being with Linda. After graduation he plans to attend college and later marry Linda Lee, HUNE, EDWARD Band 10, ROTC 10, Speech Club 10, Senator 11, Boy's Federation 12. Eddie plans to become a Data Processing Programer. HUNT, JAMES BEJAMIN Lettermen's Club 11, 12. James is a transfer student from Hoover High School. I-Ie plans to continue his education. HUNTER, BARBARA DA RNELLE Drill Team 11, Hornet Hustlers 10,11,12, Pep Squad 10,11,12, Y- Teens11,12, Tri-Hi-Y11,12, Delegate 10,11, Homecoming Comm. 12. "Gidget" will never forget her soph. and senior year with G.I..B. After graduation she plans to become a stenographer and remain a bachlorette. IGHNER, ANITA JOYCE Concert Choir 11, Ensemble 12, Hornet Hustlers 12, Pep Squad 11, Nita will never forget the Sadie Hawkins, football games and the Prom of '68, Her goals are to be- come a teacher or model. JACKSON, GENEVA LA VERNE Concert Choir 12, Y-Teens 12, Dele- gate 12, "Genny's" goals are to further her education and later be- come a telephone operator. JACKSON, JOESPH C. JR. Band 10,11, ROTC 10,11. After graduation he plans to enter the service . JACKSON, KATHLEEN RUDEEN Concert Choir 12, Drill Team 12, Pep Squad ll, Red Cross 11, Delegate 11, Kathy will never forget her enjoyable moments at the "Hive." Her future plans are to attend San Diego City College . JACKSON, VENITA JEAN Adelphians 11,12, French Club 12, GAA 10, 11, 12, Hornet Hustlers 10,11, Mary Katluyns 12, Pep Squad 10, Y-Teens 10,11,12, Tri-Hi-Y 1O,11, Delegate 11, Sr. Prom Comm. 12, Corresponding Sec. 12, Girl's League Publicity 11, Venita has had the honor of taking various honor classes such as Adv. Eng. , Honors Eng. She will always remem- ber the many laughs and memorable moments shared with Debbie and the "gang" . She plans to attend UCLA and major in Business Administration, JEFFERSON, FRANCIS YVONNE Delegate 11 . Francis will never for- get the activities at the "l-live." She plans to attend SDCC. JENKINS, CURTIS JR. Senator 11, Delegate 11. After grad- uation he plans to attend SDCC. JENKINS, JULIA H. Concert Choir 11, 12, Health Careers 10,11,12, Modern Dance 10, Pep Squad 1O,11,12, Science Club 10. Judy's enjoyable moments are being with her friends. She plans to become a nurse someday. JONES, ARLENE Y-Teens10,11, Tri-Hi-Y 10,11. Leannie is a transfer student from San Bernardino. She plans to become a beautician. JONES, GWENDOLYN ANN Concert Choir 12, Drill Team 12, Delegate 12, Buzz Staff 12. "Short Stuff' is a transfer from Morse High School. She will never forget the drawing point of graduation day. She plans to attend SDCC and hopes to become a success in whatever she attempts to do. JONES, I-IARVIS RHUDELL Harvis' future plans are undecided after graduation. JONES, LINDA FAYE Health Careers 10, Modern Dance 10,Y-Teens10,11, Senator 10,11. Linda's future plans are to attend a business college. JONES, RONALD Lettermen's Club 12. Ronald will always remember the CIF Champion- ship of '68. He plans to further his education. JOHNSON, EVELYN LAVERN Executives 12, GAA 12, Delegate 11. Evelyn will never forget her last years in school and most of all the dances. After graduation she plans to attend college and later become a secretary. JOHNSON, HARVEY LEE Art Club 10,11, 12, ROTC 10,11,12' Senator 11, Delegate 11. Harvey sincerely wanm to further his educa- tion in able to become a success. JOHNSON, KRIS DEVANE ROTC 10,11,12, Fancy Drill Team 10,11,12, Delegate 10,11. Kris is a little puzzled in whether he wants to go to college, but if not he plans to enter the Air Force. 1 JOHNSON, MERLE JEAN Pep Squad 11,12, Red Cross 12, Y- Teens 12, Jean will never forget the CIF Championship and the '68 Prom. After graduation she plans to marry E.F. JOHNSON, O'NEIL He plans to attend college. JOHNSON, RACHEL ALOMA Concert Choir 11, 12. Rosalie likes to spend her spare time reading, eat- ing and playing records. She plans to become a Vocational Nurse. JOHNSON, VAN RICHARD Lettermen's Club 11,12, Delegate 11. Van, the funny guy, will long remember being crowned ASB King and being chosen as Boy of the Month. He plans to become a policeman. JORGE, CONSUELO EVELYN Adelphians 12, CSF 12, Garden Club 1O,11,12, Hornet Hustlers 11,12, Health Careers 10, 11, 121, 'Lancers 12, Pep Squad 11, Red Cross 10, Science Club 1O,11,12, Delegate 11, Annual Signing Party 12. Evelyn will always remember the CIF Champs, the people she met and of course, the "FLIP FOUR." She plans to continue her education and later marry. KADO, PATRICIA ANN Concert Choir 11,12, GAA 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 11, Pep Squad 10, 11, 12, Tri-Hi-Y 11, Y-Teens 10,11, Senator 10, Delegate 11. "Kado" will always remember her friends. After graduation she plans to enter the service. KING, CLAUDINE Claudine will never forget all the fun she had with her friends and the foot- ball team. She hopes to become a Vocational Nurse. KING, FREDDIE ROTC 10,11,12, Fancy Drill Team 10,11,12. Fred plans to attend college after graduation. KING, GARY EUGENE Hornet Hustlers 10, Lettermen's Club 10,11,12, Boy's Federation 10, 11, 12, He plans to enter college. KING, PAULINE Pauline's favorite pastimes are listening to good music and talking on the phone. Her future plans are to settle down and marry that special someone. KING, ST. CLAIR A. Lettermen's Club 12, Delegate 10,11,12, Boy's Federation 10, 11, 12. "Saint" will always remember the football team. He plans to extend his education and try to be successful. KIRKPATRICK, DAVID Key Club 11,123 Lettermen's Club 11,12, Hi-Y 10,11, Delegate 11,12, Boy's Federation 10,11,12. David plans to go on to college and become a Pro in basketball or baseball. KIRPATRICK, ROSE MARY Concert Choir 11, 12, Garden Club 12, Hornet Hustlers 12, Pep Squad 12, Delegate 1O,11,12. Rose will always remember the CIF Champion- ship. She plans to attend SDCC. KNOX, DEBORAH NELL Ensemble 12, Health Careers 10,115 Latin Club 12, Red Cross 115 Dele- gate 11, Girl's League 11. Debbie's future plans are to go on to college and perhaps be a part time model. KOLVEK, PAT Pat's most memorable experiences are the many friends she met. Her future plans are to marry B.H, and be happy. KYLE, EUGENE LEE Eugene has been a member of the "Hive" for the past three years and enjoys being with girls. He plans to work steadily after graduation. LAGRONE, VIRGINIA Concert Choir 1O,11, GAA 10,11, Senator 11, Delegate 11, "Tina" will never forget the '67 Homecoming. Her future plans are to attend college and most of all she will never forget all her friends at the "Hive." LAIRD, JOYCE MAE GAA 12, Senator 1O,11,12, Delegate 11. "Little Bit" finds being with people enjoyable. The CIF Champ- ionship will be long remembered. Her plans are to continue her educa- tion and become a telephone operator. LAMPKIN, ALICE FAYE Concert Choir 11, 12, Hornet Hustlers 12, Pep Squad 11, Yiens 10,11,12, Delegate . "Little Al" plans to attend college and major in business to become a Legal Secretary and later settle down to marry that special someone. LASAM, ALAN VICTOR Victor plans to extend his education and be a success in life. LE DOUX, CAROLYN Hornet Hustlers 12, Y-Teens 1O,12, Delegate 11. Carolyn's three years at Lincoln will always be remember- ed, especially Gary K. and her friends. She plans to attend L.A. Trade College. LEE, LINDA Linda will never forget all the fun she had at the football games. She plans to marry Dwight and also go to college. LEE, RAYMOND EDWARD III Band 1O,11,12, ROTC 10, 11,12, Delegate 10,11. Raymond's future plans are undecided. LEE, ROBERT Robert is a transfer student from Dorsey High School from Los Angeles He plans to move back to L. A. and most likely attend Los Angeles City College. LEON, CHRISTINE Delegate 10, Spanish Club 12. Christine will always remember the CIF Championship of '67. Her future plans are to have a happy marriage with Robert G. LEW, EVELYN Adelphians 12, Art Club 12, CSF 12, Garden Club 12, Hornet Hustlers 12, Latin Club 12, Mary Kathryns 12, Annual Staff, Baccaulaureate Comm. 12, Honors courses. Evelyn will always remember her many friends. She plans to attend college. LOFTON, BELLE YVONNE Yvonne transferred from Jackson, Mississippi. She will always remem- ber the people she met and how nice they welcome her to the "Hive. " LOPU, ROBERT RADER ROTC 12. Bob is a transfer student from San Diego High. He plans to join the Air Force. LOWERY, EDNA EARL Concert Choir 11,12, Drill Team 11, 12, Y-Teens 11, Delegate 10, 11, Annual Staff 12, Graduation Comm. 12, Homecoming Comm. 12. "Tootsie" spends her leisure time talking on the phone, and being with P.V. She plans to attend Southwestern Beauty College. MACOUZET, ALBERT Albert is a transfer student from "Heroes de Chapultepec" from Mexico City. College is his next step. MAH, JOHNNY NGIP Art Club 12, Band 1O,11,12, Garden Club 12, Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Key Club 12, Lettermen's Club 12, Pep Squad 12, Delegate 1O,11, Sr. Prom Comm. 12. Johnny plans to become a commercial artist. MAJOR, CHRISTINE Drill Team 11, 12, Pep Squad 12, Y- Teens 11,12, Cheerleader 11, Dele- gate 10, Girl's League 10, 11, 12, Sr. Prom Comm. 12. "Colonel" will long remember being elected J.V. Cheerleader and Drill Team Colonel, and most of all the special moments spent with that special someone. She plans to go to SDCC and later get married. MANUEL, ROBERT BENJAMIN Delegate 11,12. Robert plans to attend Los Angeles City College and major in business. MARQUI-Z, MARTHA CONSTANCE Art Club 125 Garden Club 125 Health Careers 125 Pep Squad 125 Red Cross 125 Science Club 12. Martha enjoys being with her friends and meeting different people. She plans to con- tinue her education. MENA, ADELA IRENE CSF 125 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11, 125 Lancers 11, 125 Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Science Club 1O,11,125 Literary Council 1O,11, 12. Adela will long remember the good and bad times she shared with M. M. , and all the fun she had with every- one. She plans to attend a liberal art college and become a Fashion Illustrator. MENDOZA, DANNY Delegate 12. Football Co-captain '67, Danny plans to continue his education and make something out of his life. MERRITT, VALERI LILLIAN Hornet Hustlers 125 Health Careers 125 Pep Squad 125 Science Club 125 Graduation Comm. 125 Homecoming Comm. 12. Val's a transfer student from Perris Union High, Perris, Calif. After graduation she plans to go to college and become a Registered Nurse. MILLS, ELIZABETH Elizabeth will never forget all the wonderful people she met. She plans to attend Mesa College. MITCHELL, JACQUELINE YVONNE Hornet Hustlers 125 Pep Squad 11,125 Y-Teens 11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Senator 105 Delegate 115 Sr. Night Comm. 12. Jackie will never forget the Prom of '67 and '68, the "group", and all the good times she had with them. Her future plans are to become a Key Punch Operator. MONTES, RAUL M. CSF 125 Key Club 125 Lancers 12. Raul plans to attend college. MOODY, RAMONA ANNE CSF 1O,11,125 Latin Club 10, 11,125 Annual Staff 12. Ramona has been a very successful and outstanding student since she has been at the "Hive." Her plans after graduation haven't yet been decided. MOSBY, DEBORAH GAA 125 Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Modern Dance 11, 125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Y-Teens 125Tri-I-Ii-Y125 Songleader 115 Senator 1O,l1,125 Delegate 10,11,125 Sr. Night Comm, 12. "Twinkle" will always remember the CIF Championship, Mr. Backer and their conversations. She plans to attend college and major in business. MUNA, JOSE CONCEPTION Art Club 10,11,125 Garden Club 125 Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Health Careers 125 Lancers Club 125 Pep Squad 11,125 Science Club 115 Spanish Club 115 Gen. Health and Safety Comm. 125 Homecoming Comm. 12. Jose plans to become an Advertising Artist. MURPHY, TI-IERLEE Therlee is a transfer student from Tyler, Texas. The many enjoyable moments at the "Hive" will be long remembered. MURRAY, SANDRA Health Careers 125 Modern Dance 125 Pep Squad 12. Sandra plans to join the Navy after graduation. MYERS, BELINDA JOYCE Belinda will always remember her experiences at Lincoln. After graduation she plans to attend SDCC. MCCLELLAND, WILLIAM PERRY III Concert Choir 11,125 Key Club 125 Lettermen's Club 125 Science Club 10,115 Hi-Y 10,115 Delegate 125 Boy's Federation 10,11,125 Buzz Staff 12, William hopes to attend college, and later join the Air Force. MCCURDY, CHARLES CANTEL ROTC 10,11,12. Cantel's plans are to go into the service after gradua- tion and live a successful life. MJARLIN, PATRICE ELIZABETH Hornet Hustlers 125 Delegate 115 Annual Signing Party 12. After grad- uation Pat plans to attend Mesa and later transfer to San Diego State to further her education. MCGOUGH, NANCY ANN GAA 125 Modern Dance 125 Y-Teens 12. Nancy will never forget the ASB Ball of '66 and Prom of '67, After graduation she plans to attend a beauty college. MCKISSACK, DEBORAH ANN Drill Team 115 GAA 105 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11, 125 Modern Dance 1O,11,125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Y- Teens 10,11,125Tri-Hi-Y1O,l1,125 Songleader 125 Cheerleader 11, Prom Comm. 125 Annual Signing Party 125 Jr. Class Vice Pres.5 Sr. Class Vice- Pres. "Deb's" most memorable ex- periences are her school days and all the good times she had with her friends. She plans to attend college and become a Registered Nurse. MCZEAL, DENNIS RAY Red Cross 115 Delegate 115 Football 125 Track 12. Dennis will never for- get the winning football team. He plans to join the Air Force and later marry A.H. NAKATA, TOMMY ROTC 10,11,125 Rifle Team 1o,11,125 Latin Club 10, 11, 125 Key Club 10,11,125 csr 125 Annual staff 12. He plans to do graduate work in Oceanography. NAULLS, YVONNE MILLIARD Drill Team 125 Hornet Hustlers 105 Health Careers 10, 11,125 Pep Squad 105 Red Cross 115 Science Club 105 Y-Teens 105 Senator 105 Delegate 115 Girl's League 10,11. "Princess" is one of our mid-term graduates. She will always remember her many friends. She plans to become a nurse and later marry H.L. S. NELSON, MARTHA ANN Adelphians 11,125 Chaplin 125 Art Club 115 Garden Club 10,115 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 11,125 Mary Kathryns125 Pep Squad 115 Science Club 10,115 Spanish Club 115 Y-Teens 105 Annual Staff 125 ASB Recording Secretary 12. Being tapped M. K. , ASB Secre- tary and being with friends will al- ways be treasured. Marty plans to attend SDSC and major in Business Administration and Economics. NIXON, BRENDA KAYE Pep Squad 125 Red Cross 125 Y-Teens 125 Sr. Sales Comm. 12. "Rec" is a transfer student from McRae High School from Prescott, Arkansas. Attending college is her goal. NORRIS, FRED Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Key Club 125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11, 125 Science Club 10,115 Hi-Y 10,115 senator 10,115 Delegate 125 Boy's Federation 10, 11,12. Fred participated in Varsity basketball while at the "I-live." His future plans are to fLu't.her his education. OCHI, HOLLY Adelphians 10,11,125 Art Club 11,125 CSF 11,125 Drill Team 115 Executives 11, 125 GAA 125 Garden Club 10,11, 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,115 Lancers 11,125 Latin Club 10,11,125 Mary Kathryns11,125 Pep Squad 115 Spanish Club 10,115 Cheerleader 125 Delegate 115 Gen. Health and Safety 105 D.A.R. Medal Winner. Since Holly has been at the "Hive" she has been in numerous honor classes. After graduation she plans to attend college and get a degree. ORTEGA, MARCELLA DENISE Senator 115 Delegate 10. "Marcy" plans to attend SDCC after gradua- tion. OXLEY, MICHAEL CLAYTON III ROTC 115 Hornet Hustlers 11, Boy's Federation 12, Michael joined the Hive his jr. year from St. Louis, Missouri. He plans to go to college. PADUA, TERESA MARIA GAA 10,125 Pep Squad 11,125 J.V. Cheerleader 115 Delegate 105 Sr. Sales Comm. 125 Election Comm 12. "Tracy" will always remember the '67 Prom, cheering at the games, and certainly W.G. She plans to attend Los Angeles City College. PATRICK, RAMONA ESTELLA GAA 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11, 125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 10,125 Modern 11,125 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 Y-Teens 10,11,125 Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11,125 Girl's League 105 Sr. Sales Comm. 12. Mona will always remember the Prom of '66 and '68 and CIF of '65 and '66, She plans to attend college and become a Registered Nurse. PEARSON, LOUIS Louis future plans are undecided. PETAWAY, VICTORIA ANN Garden Club 105 Health Careers 11, 125 Science Club 105 Y-Teens 125 Sr. Prom Comm. 12. Vickie will always remember the Home- coming game of '65. She plans to attend Mesa College. PETER, JOSEPHINE I. Concert Choir 11,125 Garden Club 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 115 Health Careers 11, Pep Squad 115 Red Cross 115 Science Club 115 Annual Staff 12. Josie will never forget being in Miss l-lutchinson's English class and all her crazy friends. She plans to attend a business colldge and later get married. PHILLIPS, JOHINETTE LAVORNIC GAA 125 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 Dele- gate 11. "Teasar" will always remember the Sadie Hawkins of '66 and '67, And most of all her many friends. PIERCE., RULETTE VILLARANTE CSF 125 Latin Club 125 Speech Club 11,125 Senior Play 125 Baccalaureate Comm. 12. Sr. Class Secretary. Rulette plans to attend college. PORTER, MICHAEL WARREN Michael will long remember his en- joyable moments at the "Hive," POWELL, CARMEN GAA 115 Hornet Hustlers 11,125 Modern Dance 11,125 Pep Squad 11, 125 Red Cross 11,125 Senator 11,12. "Candy" will long remember the many people she met. Her future plans are to become an American Airline Stewardess. POWELL, JERRY LEE Lettermen's Club 1O,11,125 Senator 12. Jerry received an award for being the most outstanding player of the Eastem League CIF. He plans to attend Michigan State College and major in Business Administration. "MR. FOOTBALL of '67 and '68". PRYOR, ROSALYN MARIA Adelphians 11,125 Drill Team 115 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Delegate 10, 10,115 Graduation Comm. 12. Ross will long remember her many friends. Her future plans are to attend college. OUALLS, SHERMAN Lettermen's Club 1O,11,125 Football 12. Sherman will long treasure his experiences at Lincoln. He plans to attend SDCC. QUARIES, RAYMOND WILLIAM Ray plans to enter the service after graduation. QUINN, NORMAN WILLIAM Band 1O,11,12. Norman plans to attend SDCC after graduation. RANDLE, JACKIE Concert Choir 11,125 G.A.A. 115 Hornet Hitstlers 125 Pep Squad 125 Y-Teens 125 Tri-Hi-Y 12. Jackie plans to attend a beauty college and someday mal1'y A.W. REED, ROY Varsity Football 12. Roy will never forget the J.V. Football Team and their Eastern League title. College is his next stop. REEL, MADELYN AUSTINA Adlephians 125 Drill Team 115 Captain 125 Executives 125 Hornet Hustlers 10,11,125 Modern Dance 105 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Science Club 1O,11,125 Speech Club 10,115 Delegate 115 Literery Council 105 Historical Comm, 115 Graduation C0mm.5 Commissioner of Aff. Clubs5 Jr. Class Treasurer. Madelyn will long remember the name "Twiggy" and Mike. She plans to attend San Diego State College after graduation and major in English. REYES, VIRGINIA Concert Choir 11, 125 Hornet Hustlers 12. "Vickie's" plans are to Continue her education. REYNOLDS, JIMMY LEON Lancers 125 Electronic Club 11. To attend San Diego City College and later join the Air Force is Jimmy's goals. RICHARDSON, IRIS MARIE Hornet Hustlers 125 Pep Squad 10, 11,125 Graduation Comm.5 Homecoming Comm. 12. Iris will never forget the CIF Championship of '65 - '68. She plans to continue her education and become a Social Worker. RISER, JOYCE Health Careers 125 Red Cross 115 Pep Squad 12. "Peaches" joined the "Hive" in her senior year. She will long remember her crazy friends. Her goal is to become a registered nurse. RITHCEY, TONEE Adelphians 10,11,125 Executives l0,11,125 Garden Club 10,11, 125 Health Careers 10,11,125 Red Cross 10,11,125 Science Club 10,11,125 Spanish Club 10, 11,125 Speech Club 115 Literary Council 10,11,125 Girl's League 10,11, 125 Gen. Health8 Safety 10,11,125 Maly Kathryns125 Awards Comm. 125 Commissioner of Historical Rec. 13 Displays 12. "Tance Tiger" will always remember the Latin Club beach parties. She plans to become a Psychiatric Nurse or Social Worker. ROBERTS, CHARLES Key Club 125 Varstiy Basketball 12. Charlie will always remember the time he played in a concert with the band. He plans to attend college after graduation. ROOTS, JAMIE LEE Jamie plans to enter the Air Force after graduation. ROYSTER, HENRY "Hank" is a transfer student from Morse High School. He'l1 long remember his cool friends. College is his next stop. RUBALCAVA, RAUL Lettermen's Club 11,125 Head Cheerleader 125 Wrestling 12. Raul will long remember CIF and cheering for all the games. He plans to attend U.C.L.A. next fall. SANDOVAL, EVA JESSE Hornet Hustlers 115 Buzz Staff 125 and Annual Signing Committee. Eva's pastimes are reading and styl- ing hair. Eva hopes to be successful in whatever she attempts to do and to always be happy. SANDOVAL, RITA Rita's favorite pastimes include go- ing out and having fun. She has had many memorable experiences while at Lincoln. SANTOS, DARLENE Garden Club 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11,125 Health Careers 11, Lancers 10,125 Pep Squad 10,11,125 Red Cross 10,115 Science Club 115 Senator 125 Delegate 105 Annual Staff 10,125 Co-Editor 125 and Annual Signing Comm. Darlene will always remember the annual staff, the "Flip Four", Prom of '68, the football game in the rain and the "cool" faculty. She plans to attend college and later marry. SAYLES, PAMELA JEAN French Club 125 G.A.A. 1O,11,125 Hornet Hustlers 115 Health Careers 10, 125 Pep Squad 10, 11, 125 Speech Club 10,1l,125 Senator 105 Delegate 115 and Prom Committee. "Red" while attending Lincoln played tennis and won several trophies in speech. She hopes to attend college and major in law. SHAW, BARBARA ANN Concert Choir 125 Health Careers 125 Y-Teens 125 and Senator 12. After completing school in June she plans to attend a Junior College. SHAW, CHARLOTTE JUANITA Hornet Hustlers 10, 11, Lancers 11,125 Latin Club 10,115 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 Senator 10,115 Delegate 125 Annual Staff 11,125 Awards Comm, 12. Charlotte will always treasure the CLF Championship. After graduation she plans to attend Mesa College for 2 years and later become a PSA or TWA airline stewardess or Legal secretary and marry that special someone. SI-IEPARD, BENNIE J.V. Baseball 11, Varsity Track 12. "Rapp Bennie" is a transfer student la-om San Diego High School. He'll long remember the "Hive" and all the laughes he had. He plans to go into the Navy. SMITH, BILLY RAY Billy will always treasLu'e his senior year. He plans to attend college. SMITH DARRELL DWAYNE Key Club 12. Darrell is a transfer student from Italy High School in Italy, Texas. Since he has been at the Hive he has enjoyed it very much, especially the girls. He plans to attend college and become a fashion designer. SMITH, JANICE YVONNE Adelphians 125 Drill Team 125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 10,11,12, Mary Kathiyns 11,125 Math Club 125 Spanish Club 10,11,125 Gen. Healthil Safety 12. She plans to attend Pamona College. SOLOMON, BILL Hornet Hustlers 125 Key Club 125 Lancers 125 Latin Club 125 Math Club 125 Pep Squad 125 Science Club 125 Delegate 125 Sr. Sales Comm. Homecoming Comm. 125 Election Comm. 125 Mascot 12. Bill will never forget his school days, especially his senior year as Mascot. College is his next step. SORTORE, SUSAN ELIZABETH 'Art Club 125 G.A.A. 125 and Modem Dance 12. Sue's favorite pastimes are singing, dancing and just plain having fun. Her future plans are to many that special guy in her life, "Carlos". STARLING, SHIRLEY JEAN Shirley is a transfer student from Mary C. Womack in Longuieu, Texas. While at Lincoln she will always remember our winning foot- ball team and all the rest of the hospitable people at Lincoln. STEWART, SAUNDRA GAYLE Concert Choir 11,125 Drill Team 115 Captain 125 Adelphians 12, Hornet Hustlers l0,115 Pep Squad 10,1l,125Y-Teens10,115Tri-Hi- Y 1O,11,125 Senator 105 Delegate 11,125 Homecoming Comm. 11,125 Annual Staff 12. "San" or "Super Sport" enjoys talking to L.W. , and eating tacos. She will always remember the 200 bldg. hall, 2nd lunch, '66 Green and White and '67 Sadie Hawkins with L.W. The "Goofy Gang" her boss Jr. Friends, and the prominent Drill Team will be most treasured. She plans to attend a four year college and later marry Him. STREATER, ELMER L. JR. Delegate 11. Elmer will always remember his many friends. He hopes to become a doctor. SWEET, MURIEL JEAN G.A.A. 105 Modern Dance 125 Songleader 125 '66 Sop. Homecom- ing Attendant. "Bogee" one of our mid-term graduates enjoys dancing, and being with that special someone. After graduation she plans to move to Los Angeles and attend a Business College and later marry that special someone. TABER, HARRY Electronics Club 125 Key Club 125 Delegate 10,115 Harry plans to attend College after graduation. TAPIA, TONI Toni enjoys being a student at Lincoln. She plans to attend college and have a successful marriage. TAYLOR, EDDIE Varsity Wrestling 11,125 Lettermen's 12. Eddie will long remember the wrestling team, his "cool" friends and L. B. He plans to attend Jr. college. TAYLOR, LILLY Garden Club 10. Lilly plans to marry after graduation. THOMAS, BERNARD Delegate 10,115 Band 10,115 Bernard enjoys singing and talking with the guys. He plans to attend Jr. college. THOMAS, KATHLEEN Y-Teens 11,125 G.A.A. 105 Kathy will never forget the Prom '67 and CIF Championship. She plans to attend San Diego City College, THOMPSON, BETTY Drill Team 115 G.A.A. 10,115 Hornet Hustlers 11, 125 Y-Teens 11,125 Senator 105 Delegate 115 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 Sadie Hawkins Comm. 11,12. "Chicken Little" will never forget the Drill Team and the time she fell down the stairs. She plans to attend college after graduation. TORRES, FERNANDO R.O. T. C. 10,11,12. Fernando feels since he has been in the R.O.T.C. for the past few years he made a career out of it. TSUBAKIHARA, KENT Key Club 125 Lettermen 11, 125 Baseball 115 Gymnastics 1O,11, 12. Kent will never forget CIF Cham ion- P ship, all of his crazy friends and "Skinny Legs". He plans to attend State College. TURNER, BOBBY Key Club 11,125 Ensemble 125 Lettermen 11,125 Spanish Club 125 Boy's Fed. 11,125 Hi-Y 11,125 Concert Choir 115 Varsity Football 11,12. Bob will never forget Mr. Schor's 4th period class with Bruce, his many friends and his team mates. He plans to attend college and eventually marry her. VENCION, ALTHEA Drill Team 125Y'TEE11S 11,125 Pep Squad 10,11, 125 Althea enjoys talking to her many friends at the Hive. She will long remember the games with the Drill Team. She plans to attend college. WALKER, CAROL YVONNE Concert Choir 11, 125 Hornet Hustlers 115 Pep Squad 1O,11,125 and Dele- gate 10,11. Carol's favorite pastimes are dating Bobby, horseback riding, and sewing. Her memories of Lincoln include C.I.F. of '66, Concert Choir, the A. S.B. Ball of '67, and the Sadie Hawkins of '67. Carol plans to go to college and become a social worker, and be- come a successful wife and mother. WALKER, EDDIE FAYE Concert Choir 11,125 Drill Team 125 Pep Squad 125 Senator 10,115 and Delegate 11,12. "Peanuts" will never forget Concert Choir, the Drill Team, the times she had with "the twins", L. S., R. G. , and J.N. Peanuts plans to attend college and later become a nurse. WALKER, HOWARD CHARLES ROTC 125 Health Careers 10,115 Howard's future plans are to serve his country. WALKER, VERNOLIA GAA 10, 11,125 Modern Dance 10, 11, 125 Y-Teens 12, and Track Team ll. Vernolia's favorite pastimes are sewing and designing clothes, and track. After graduating she hopes to become a designer of women's clothing. WALTER, JESSIE ROTC 105 Fancy Drill Team 10. Walter's future plans are to attend S.D. C. C. WARD, WILLIAM Delegate 11. William plans to join the service and later attend college. WASHINGTON, JAMES C. Concert Choir 1O,11,12. James will never forget Concert Choir and the group singing. His goal is to be successful. WATKINS, TRENEL Trenel joined the "Hive" in his senior year. His future plans are to further his education and next get married. WEBB, BRUCE EDWARD Lettermen's Club 10,11,125 Hi-Y 10,11. Football G Baseball 12. Bruce "Mr, Humor" plans to attend J.C. and major in business. WEBB, STEVE Garden Club 12. "Spider" participat- ed in Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball at the Hive after trans- ferring Bom San Diego High. From the future, Steve expects success in his love with E.C. and plans to stay on the set. WELLS, WILLIAM Hornet Hustlers 115 Key Club 125 Delegate 1O,11. William first plans to attend S.D. C. C. and then transfer to San Diego State. ' WERNICK, ALLAN HARRY CSF 10,11,125 Key Club 11,125 Lancers 11,125 Latin Club 10,11,125 Lettermen's Club 10, 11,125 Math Club 1O,11,125 Science Club 10, 11, 125 Speech Club 115 Delegate 10,115 Senator 115 Literary Council 10,11,125 Prom Comm. 125 A. S.B. President 12. Allan hopes to attend Harvard. WEST, ROBERT HAROLD I Robert will always remember his many friends at the "I-IlVE". He plans to attend Mesa Jr. College. WI-EEATFALL, ARTHUR CHARLES Concert Choir 1O,11. Ensemble 125 Executive 125 Pep Squad 115 Speech Club 11, 125 Annual Staff 125 Award Comm. 12. He plans to attend S.D.S.C. WILEY, LEON Lettermen's Club 10, 11,125 Bun Staff 1O,11,12. Track 12. Leon plans to attend S.D.C.C. WILEY, MARGARET ANN G.A. A. 105 Hornet Hustlers 125 Latin Club 11,125 Pep Squad 115 Red Cross 105 Spanish Club 115 Y-Teens 10, Senator 115 Delegate 105 Senior Night Comm. and Homecoming Comm. "Maggie" enjoys listening to records. She will never forget be- ing chosen as Henrietta Hornet, and the DelSettes. Her plans for future life include becoming an elementary school teacher, W ILEY, MARVA Annual Staff 12, Delegate 115 Pep Squad 11,125 Hornet Hustlers 125 Marva will always remember working in the office with Mrs. S. She plans to attend a J. C, after graduation. WILLIAMS, DELORES Health Careers 10,11,125 Nurse's Aid 12. Delores plans to become a nurse. WILSON, WILLIE VSISIQI Football 11,125 Track 1O,11,125 Key Club 1O,1l,12, Lettermen10,11,125 A. S.B. Coun- cil 125 Comm. of Boy's Althelicsg Jr. Class President. "Sugar Bear" plans to join the Air Force and later marry her, WOOD, ANTHONY R.O.T. C. 10, 11,125 Commandant of Cadets 125 Stage Crew 10, 11,125 Annual Photographer 125 Key Club 125 Honors Courses 1O,11,12. Anthony will always remember R.O.T. C. WOODS, I-LERMAN Hornet Hustlers 125 Varsity Track 11,125 Senator 105 Delegate 113 J.V. Football 11. Herman will always treasure his many experiences. He plans to attend San Fransisco State College. WOOLRIDGE, PATRICIA Gir1's League 125 Concert Choir 11,125 Senator 10,115 Hornet Hustlers 105 Pep Squad 105 Health Careers 125 Delegate 12. Pat will never forget the "l-Iive's" staff. She plans to attend Azusa Pacific College to become an Elementary school teacher. WOOTEN, FRED "Poochie" a transfer student from St. Augustine High enjoys dancing and being with the girls. He will long remember Lincoln's winning football team. He plans to attend J. C. after graduation. WRIGHT, BETTY Pep Squad 1O,11, 125 Hornet Hustlers 10, 11, 12. Betty will always remem- ber all the fun she had at Lincoln. She plans to attand Mesa College after graduation. WRIGHT, DIANE Y-Teens 1O,11,125 Drill Team 11,125 Annual Staff 12, Latin Club 125 Tri-Hi-Y 125 Executives 12. "Dot" will always remember t.he Green and White of '68, President of the Y-Teens, CI.F. She enjoys being wit.h the boys and drilling at the games. She plans to go to college in the future. FENNELL, ALBERT Track 10,11,125 Cross Country 1O,11, 125 Art Club 10, 11,125 Lettermen's 11 , 125 Albert will never forget that certain someone. He plans to become a Commercial Artist. YOUNG, JOYCE M. Drill Team 125 Senator 11, Delegate 105 Concert Choir 115 Ensemble 125 Verse Choir 125 Pep Squad l1,12. "Pee Wee" will always remember the talks with Sally, Drill Team, Ensemble and all the friends at the Hive. She plans to attend J. C. and later many DRM. YOUNG, LOYCE M. Drill Team 125 Senator 115 Delegate 105 Concert Choir ll, Ensemble 125 Verse Choir 125 Pep Squad 11,125 Election Comm. 125 Bacc. Comm. 12. "Sugar Baby" enjoys singing and talking to W.W. She will always remember the track team, Drill team and 2nd period P.E. She plans to work and later marry him. YOUNG, JOYCE A. Concert Choir 115 Drill Team 115 Hornet Hustlers 115 Pep Squad 10, 11. Joyce one of our mid-term graduates plans to further her education.


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