Abraham Lincoln High School - Statesman Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1980
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SENIOR HONOR ROLL: Valencia Bondon, Michelle Carter, Debra Thomas,
Peggy Craig, Wava McNeal, Henry Contreras, Maria Beltran, Alice
Crutchfield, Denise Davis, Elizabeth Delgadillo, Karen Felton, Dolores
Gonzalez, Paula Todd, Jacqueline Head, Joseph Leavy, Hermelinda Solano,
Rachelle Gooding, Harold Johnson, Duane Santos, Stephanie Swindell,
Priscilla Varnado, Tim Womack, Tricial Tisdale, Yolanda Contreras, Janice
Lawrence, Rickey Martin, Natalie Mitchell, Cara Rollins, Ella Smith, Grant
Turner, Faith Massey, Darryl Santos, Linda Williams, Adrienne Black,
Marcella Blackmon, Roseanna Brown, Cheryl Dearing, Joel Edmonds,
Michelle Gadson, Sophia Guy, Raina Harris, Tonia Hill, Eric Kirkpatrick,
Anthony Long, Iva Malveaux, Linda Smith, Paula Smith.
JUNIOR HONOR ROLL: Betty Randall, Darrick Davis, Kenneth Glover,
Kathleen Hill, Diane Smittick, April Clay, Robin Fuller, Lonnie Johnson,
Kevin Jones, Renae Murray, Aretha Thomas, Fred Watkins, Cordie
Livingston, Garey Cotton, Gregory Fort, Lee Halton, Leland Maddox, Colette
Waters, Lorna Todd, Derrick Bonner, David Bryant, Jennetta Cook, Elvin
Gueston, Yolanda Hiller, Carlos Lepe, Chris Price, Dionicio Valdez, Cynthia
Walker, Deirdre Williams, Sharonne Anderson, Debra Bennett, Michael
Coney, Ozella Davis, Ronald Davis, Saundra Ellis, Kimberly Finley, Dwight
Harvey, Shawn Herron, James House, Shenetha Howard, Vincent Jordan,
Michael Miles, Juana Sanchez, Michael Sapp, Valerie Woodson.
SOPHOMORE HONOR ROLL: Nigel Anderson, Martin Camacho, Carol
Candler, Linda Harvey, Pamela Haynes, Carol Fuller, Donna Jones, Rachel
Agnew, Patricia McCoy, Gordon Noble, Aretha Patterson, Cookie Miller,
Rosa Cesena, Elaine Martinez, Renee Salter, Joann Starkley, Steve
Thompson, Blanche Ward, Angela Bagby, Pauline Harvey, Darryle Johnson,
Yolanda Moon, Sandra Reynosa, Ernestine Rodriguez, Crystal Sanders,
Katherine Thomas, Trina Thornton, David Walker, Daphane Winston.
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Row 1: Denise Davis, Alice Crutchheld, Rachelle Gooding, Natalie Mitchell, Paula Todd, Karen Felton, Harold Johnson. D
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Row 1: Tamela Page, Denise Pargo Alicia Johnson Sylvia
Reynoso, Sylvia Vejar, Maurice Degralfenreid Freshmen Row 2
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Row 15 Cecilia Pierce Delphia Emery Michelle Cunningham Diane
SOPHOMORE HONOR ROLL
Row 1: Angela Bagby, Aretha
Patterson, Kathy Thomas,
Blanche Ward, Carol Fuller.
Row 2: Trina Thornton, Joann
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Anthony Long Gooding 81 Troy Owens
Most Athletic: Karen Hightower,
Shyest: Rhonda Reynolds, Ray N
Tallest 8: Shortest Anita Thomas Dire Owens JayDee Gotdl Joel Edmonds
Most Popular: Joselynn Spearman, Edgar
Musical Ability: Priscilla Tharpe, Tim
Prettiest Eyes: Janet Todd, Curtis Mosley Best Dancers: Joselynn Spearman,
Best Figure 81 Build: Janet Todd, Curtis
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Friendliest: Ada Sawyer, Troy Owens
Prettiest Smile: Rico Smith, Curtis Mosley
Most Likely To Succeed: Paula Todd, Duane Santos
Prettiest Jheri Curl, Natalie Mitchell,
Most Spirited: Mary Robinson, Preston Rawlings
Biggest Flirt: Joselynn Spearman, Rickey
Class Clown: Joselynn Spearman,
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
GLORIA ALLEN MEL VIN ALLEN KATRINA AMOS IGNACIO G, ANDRADE
JOANA ARANDA MICHAEL ARNOLD
CURTIS BABERS MARIA BEL TRAN ADRIENNE D. BLACK MARCELLA BLACKMON
VALENCIA L. BONDON VALERIE BONNER RALPH BRIGGS ROSEANNA BROWN
JACKIE CARMICHAEL MICHELLE E, CARTER JESUS 5345730 ALAN R. CHRISTIAN
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AL GERINE CLARCK TIMOTHY CLEMONS COCKERHAM YOLANDA CON TRERAS
PEGGY CRAIG REGINA CUE VAS DENISE DAVIS CHER YL DEARING
ELIZABETH DEL GADILLO DORIAN EASLE Y STEVEN EASLE Y
KAREN D. FEL TON ANA BERTHA
LINDA ELLIS FERNANDEZ
S YL VIA FRANKLIN ANNABEL F UEN TES
MARIA E. GARCIA VIRGIL GARDNER
DOUGLAS GIBSON LINDA D. GILL DOLORES GONZALEZ RACHELLE GOODING
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JACQUELINE HEAD BRENDA JACKSON LADENE JACKSON WILLIAM P. JACKSON
HAROLD JOHNSON VAUGHN JOHNSON WAYNE JOHNSON PAMONIA JONES
MAURICE JOYCE ERIC KIRKPA TRICK JANICE LA WRENCE ANTHONY LONG
ARTILA LONG MONIQUE LOVE DARRELL MACK ESTELA MAGANA
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DEBRA SUTTON STEPHANIE SWINDELL
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PAULA TODD JACK TAFELOGO GRANT TURNER ANN VARNADO
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The Social Studies Department is seeking Pride and
Excellence in the various Helds of Social Studies. Stu-
dents are offered geography, world history, American
Government, US, History, current affairs, and multi-
cultural activities to better understand themselves and
the world around them.
Consumer and Family Studies is an instructional pro-
gram designed to prepare individuals for the occupation
of homemakingp The Consumer and Family Studies pro-
gram encompasses nutrition and foods use, clothing and
textiles, infant and child development and parenting.
The R. O.P., Nurses Aide class is also taught in this
department drawing students from the San Diego Com-
The primary objective of the lab, is to motivate the
students in the area of Mathematics by providing an
activity oriented multi-media approach, ln the Math Lab,
students are required to complete a certain number of
booklets from the IMP Kit, and learning packets avail-
able in various Kits or Centers. When the student has
completed the required number of assignments for the
quarter, he takes a progress test to show how much he
has improved that quarter and his test grade and assign-
ment grade are incorporated by the teacher into the
students total Math grade.
The Learning Handicapped Special Day Class provides
individual assistance to students who need more help
than is available in the regular classroom. The main
emphasis in on improving basic skills, gaining pre-voca-
tional skills, and learning to get along with other people.
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This year, Abraham Lincoln High School is involved in an
innovative new program. lt provides substitute teachers who
are permanently part of the staff for a complete termg thereby UQ 2
making available additional personnel for covering classes for
teachers, Hlling a void created by emergencies, performing
clerical functions and supervising when necessary. The pro-
gram also benetits the students with the security of a familiar
face in a unique situation.
Who Are They
Lincoln is blessed las most of the students can attest!! with four
of the finest teachers in the district and they are: George
Robert Dean, llk Albert Dillard, llg Mrs. Kyla Lawg and Mrs.
Myrtle M. Thomas,
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Ms, Wade Mr. McDaniel
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Ms. Hurchfson Hardest Graders
Ms. Le vins Mr. Reed
Mr. Smith Most Shapely Mrs. Ward
Mr. German Most Fearsolne Mrs. Pearson
MS' Wade Most Vocal
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The main objective of the Lincoln Career Center, is to
increase the students knowledge and awareness of the
many Career Opportunities. The use of the Career Cen-
ter's Computer terminal in the selection of a college or
technical school is available with the touch of the key
board. To further increase an awareness concerning the
students Career choice, the the Center offers an excep-
tional audiofvisual presentation through the use of the
Gould Center. To give the students of Lincoln additional
career knowledge, "On the Job Experience" is offered.
Career placement in various Helds of work, li.e.: Sales,
Maintenance, Food Service and Engineering Servicel are
but a few of the many opportunities offered, Assistance is
given to the students in R.O.P. lRegional Occupational
Programl which is a countywide public education service
which provides job training, counseling, and placement in
San Diego County. ROP. offers 160 courses at no
charge to all San Diegans interested in developing or
improving job skills. R.O.P. classrooms are located in
schools and industries all over San Diego County.
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Debra Thomas, Row 2: Garry Mns, Johnny Scott, Tressia McElroy, Mr. McDaniel lAdvisor2, Lonniel Johnson, Dee
Garrett, Kevin Gunn, Valerie Woodson, David Bryant, Rose l'Wnfrey, Sandra Mothershezi Marcella Blackman,
Janice Lawrence, Bervine Pollock. Not Pictured: Kennith Savage, Joselyn Spearman, Cynthia Owens, Barbara
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Stephanie Mathews, Greg Beavers, Tressia McElroy. Not Pictured: Dee Brown, Anthony Smith,
Tamara Wedgewood, Edgar Sharp.
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Allen, Darryl Buckanon, Tom Mitchell, Mke lfWlliams, Marlo Reed, Steve Easley, Billy Johnson, Garry l'Wns,
Ralph Briggs, Anthony Smith, Terry Robinson, Coach Roy Reed, Row 3: Dwane Santos, LeCarter Washington,
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Row 1: P. Yancy, M. Rasheed, O. Clark, N. Boardingham, C. Pierce, M. Womble, C. Rasheed, Y. Hiller. Row 2:
P. Christian, A. Thomas, D. Winston, M. Evans, S. Brown, R. Dayton, R. Hilton, T. Cole. Row 3: D. Hilton, M.
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Fernandez, M Smith, D, Fargo, G, Watkins, M. Robinson, L, Williams, A. Thomas, E. Petterson, Mrs. Brewer
Row 1. Janice Lawrence, Pam Haynes, Dire Owens, Deanna
Grayson. Row 2. Brenda Jackson, Blance Ward, Lisa McEl-
N vaine, Joshlyn Suseberry, Carol Fuller, Linda Rogers. Row 3.
Alan Anderson, Garey Cotton, Mrs. Robinson, Britton McEl-
vaine, Greg Lloyd.
Row 1.' Co-Colonel: Soretta l-Hckman, Denise Davis, Jennie White, Cathy Lessier, Patricia Foster,
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dez, Ozella Davis, Veronica Smith, Yolanda Hiller, Denise Pargo, Penny Holmes, Shawn Williams
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HORNET MARCHING BAND
Majorette: Kathy Hill. Letterettes: Karen Felton, Bertha Price, Linda Gill, Barbara
Osborn. Row 1: Rena Ellis, lva Malueaux, Mchelle Carter, Delphia Emery,
Crystal Taylor. Row 2: Sandra Ellis, Sandra Mothershed, Tami Harris, Danielle
Duckette, Bervine Pollock. Drum Majors: Andrew Gholston, Johnny Scott. Row
3: Orlando Wombie, Darrell Redford, Guy Pearley, Robert Major, Arthur Felton,
Derrick Bonner. Row 4: Marcel VWlliams, James Malueaux, Jack Tefologo, Rod-
ney Major, Jose Morales, Darrick Davis. Back: David Walker, Vernon Lampkin.
Row 1: Donna Jackson, Shakir Hassan ISecJ, Ron Bowman, Ruth Rivera ISponsorl, lan
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Lovett. Row 3: Joe Leavy, Chris Price fPres.l, Tommy Allen lVice Pres.l, Richard
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Row 1: Lagi Pau, Millie Launuu, Nora Poumele, Sandy Tafulli, Lua Siatuu
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Laulii Talo, Morris Misa, MeaFua Poumele, TiloFai Matau.
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Ramos, L. Harrison, A. Scott, E Fukiage, B. Knaus. Row 2: P. Berryman, A. Medina, S. Reveles,
J. Pamplin, K. Underwood, F. Jackson, A. Sapp, S. Parker, F Eden, D. Neuille, A. Mttmer.
Row 3: D. Tracy, D. Cremshaw, D. Johnson, R. Vaughn, M. Burks, R. Reynolds, A. Strickland,
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D. Hardy, 5. Heldman, Instructor.
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DGAR SHARP, MARY AUGHENBAUGH, KAREN THOMAS, VIRGIL GARDNER,
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PRIDE AND EXCELLENCE , IN ACTION
The LHS. Woodworking class, under the direction ol Mr, King, construct-
ed and erected an outdoor bulletin board in our patio. This will be used for
positive messages about what is happening at the Irhve. The digging chores
were handled by our 62 year old "Super Custodian" Santiago Gallardo,
This is another example of what the "Green-N White Machine" can do!
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Battalion Commander Cpt Lmda Ellis Executive Ofhcer 1Lt Gabriela Gonzalez Company
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Reading is the Key to success, lt is most fundamental in everything that we do.
The importance of reading in our every day living and its role in our lives is the
thrust for Reading ls Fundamental lR.l, F, 1. Emphasis is placed upon reading
and the total involvement of each student enrolled at Lincoln High in a reading
program, The many facets of reading offered the students, include R.l.F. - a
motivational reading programg U.S.S.R. lUninterrupted Sustained Silent Read-
ingl - a program every person at Lincoln participates in daily for fifteen
minutes and the Reading Laboratories - which are designed to assist stu-
dents individually with their reading.
Reading ls Fundamental to everything! This is the main thrust of a new
program now functioning all over the Hl VE. One part occurs every day from
9:45 to 10 a.m. The whole HIVE settles down for US.S.R. period. That's
Uninterrupted Silent Sustained Reading, and it is made more exciting by
allowing students to choose books they want to ha ve for their own, at no cost.
These books come from the U.S. Ofhce of Education through the Right to
Read Program. The aim of this distribution of books is to motivate students to
want to readg the pathway to excellence and pride in one 's own accomplish-
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Row 1: Presidents: Charles Marshall and Darryl Santos. Row 2: Drew Harvey, Linda Ellis, Estella Petersen,
Rachelle Gooding, Olga Clark, Felice Taylor, Ann Varnado, Bervine Pollock, Tressia McElroy, Darryl Wallace. I-In
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Row 1: Lorna Todd, Estella Petersen, Rachelle
Gooding, Olga Clark, Felice Taylor, Ann Varnado,
Bervine Pollock. Row 2: Drew Harvey, Linda Ellis,
Troy Owens, Debra Thomas, Duane Santos, Me-
lonie Evans, Charles Marshall.
YOUNG EXECUTIVES CLUB
Drew Harvey, Charles Marshall, Bervine Pollock,
Mimi Evans, Felice Taylor, Cecilia Pierce, Greg Bea-
vers, Tressia McElroy, Darryl Santos, Linda Ann
Smith, Grant Turner, Ida Hardy lAdvisorl.
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Row 1: Jackie Wallace, Jennetta Cook, Rachelle Price, Ms. Turner, Jeanette Vollnerhouse, Lorraine Da vis, Sheila Brown
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My sincerest congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1979 - 80. Your
leadership has provided us with a very successful year and a challenge to the
classes of the future. To the entire student body of Lincoln High School - a
warm thank you for your devotion, loyalty and dedication! Pride in Excellence is
the force which has helped the total student body of our school meet the
challenges of the individual educational needs of every Lincoln High School
student. Our contribution in meeting this challenge has been to provide the
inspiration, motivation and expertise for students to work and achieve to their
fullest educational potentialities. l hope the Pride in Excellence which you ha ve
learned here, will continue to motivate your entire lives.
Payton C. Cook, Ed.D., Principal
Mrs ADM1N1s TRA T1vE ASSISTANT
. , 1 For the students at Lincoln - a better tomorrow
A - is my wish. Wemust all strive for excellence
now, to meet that goal. Take Pride in that Excel-
, lence - pride in our school, our campus, our
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A ' i.'s gy, 2- 0 neighborhood, but most of all, Pride in ourselves.
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Mrs. Emily Hofmann and Mrs. Eleanor Rolf
We stay very busy helping the staff parents and
students of Lincoln High School. We take Pride in
the Excellence of our service to all of you.
Congratulations Seniors! The path you may
choose to follow will be filled with many challenges
that will provide you with opportunities to use
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your skills and expertise that you have gained
during your educational experiences here at the
Hive. You have demonstrated, by becoming C.l.F.
Champions, that you can PULL TOGETGETHER.
Continue to use this skill and demonstrate that you
will strive toward a BETTER TOMOR-
ROW. M.M. Thornton
Congratulations on your many achievements dur-
ing your stay at Lincoln High School. By your
example and through your personal efforts you
ha ve provided the coordinated leadership and mo-
tivation by which we at Lincoln have achieved a
level of excellence. We are grateful to have had
the opportunity to work with you, and we are
proud of the way that you have conducted your-
selves in the pursuit of your excellence achieve-
ments. We are certain that you will continue to
pursue a path of excellence, no matter what your
goal in life, And we wish you continued success as
you strive to provide a better life in which all of us
might live. John Capistran
lt is sometimes said that students can 't achieve at a
school like Lincoln. Some feel that they won 't be
prepared for the outside world. However, the per-
son that discards this pre-conceived idea, will see a
school that is a total community, a student orient-
ed institution, having a primary goal of education,
through classroom instruction, civic activities, ath-
eletic and social involvement. lt has been proven
that both the student and the staff believe in what
they are doing. Lincoln High School is the equal lif
not betterl of other secondary schools. We strive
for Pride and Excellence and WE ACHIEVE-
! John German
dox. We are here to
MS. D. WASHINGTON
MR. J. TORRES
MS. J. OWENS
MS. P. OSUNA
MRS. J. HENSON
Our attitude throughout the year has been one of pride
and cooperating as we provide telephone, typing and
duplicating services in support of Lincoln 's educational
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MR. J. BABBITT
The Attendance Office congratulates the 1981
graduates and hopes that our support to you
educational program has helped provide eacl
of you with a means of attaining your goals
Whether your future plans include educationa
pursuits, work or both, timely attendance anc
industrious application to the task at hand, are
essential elements of success. You can succeec
to the extent that you learn to utilize youg
education to solve human problems. We have
seen the pride you ha ve displayed in yourselve:
and in your school and truly hope you car
continue to improve your position in life anc
achieve your potential.
MRS. M. GROSSMAN
More so this year than
in others, I am proud to
say, students are show-
ing more interest and
pride in their scholastic
standing. They are
coming by to check on
how they stand, as far
as graduation require-
ments. Errors on Honor
Roll lists have been
brought to our atten-,
tion. This surely indi-i
cates Pride in achieve-
ment. The Credits Of-
fice is manned by one
clerk and two student
monitors, Patricia Law-
. I rence and Leland Mad-
program. We hope that these services ha ve contributed
to the level of excellence achieved by Lincoln High
School during this school year.
Ruth Peoples Kevin Jones Mchelle Wesley-Dennis
Mr. Dennis Stewart - Resource Special-
istg Mr. Dennis Brown - Resource Spe-
cialistg Mrs. Waldina Bisjak - Instruc-
tional Aideg Mrs. Magnolia Raspberry -
Instructional Aide lnot picturedl.
serve the students of
Lincoln High School.
We will continue to
strive to improve in
Pauline Perry, H-
In my work and con-
tact with others I try
to make a dream
come trueg a pattern
for others to follow,
a step to the future
and that good feel-
ing from a sense of
There is nothing
than the achieve-
ment of a goal and a
readiness to take on
the next important
phase of life.
The Media Center at
Lincoln is more of a dream
and a hope than a reality.
We are little more than AV
materials and a checkout
system. By the end of the
79-80 academic year, we
hope to be far more than
this. We will have a working
center where teachers and
students will learn how to
produce media materials
which can be used here at
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Bryant, A, Bagby. Row 3: Mrs. Moran lLibrary Clerkl, Mrs. Abiva llnstruc-
tional Aidel, Mr. Smith lMedia Technicianj, Mr. Currie lT.A.l, Ms. Reagan
Lincoln for years to come.
The closed-circuit television
system will be used to teach
students how to produce
television programming of
value. Once fully
developed, this CCTV
system and Media Center
could become the focal
point of student pride,
exchange and motivation.
THE PARENTING AND INFANT DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Mrs. Elonor Jenson - Secondary teacher, Mrs. Rosa L. Stiles - Children Center teacher, Mrs. Juanita Pryon -
Instructional Aide, Mrs. Carol Finney - Nurse Practitioner
This has been a wonderful and unique experience. We have seen a great number of teenage parents graduate from
Lincoln, because of being able to use the Infant Center. It is a place where they could feel safe to leave their child while
pursuing their education, The parents also attend Family Stucles Classes, which are taught by Ms. Jenson. Parents and
non-parents are enrolled. The Practicum Courses are taught by Ms. Rosa Stiles. The Program has been an asset to Lincoln
High School and the community, it has helped many students who could not have completed their education without it.
This year our enrollment has increased from about fourteen, last year, to twenty-one children this year. lt concerns us very
much to hear that the nursery will have to move, due to the street improvement. This program is an excellent program
which we feel is really needed to help our students in this community in completing their education.
Some comments from students in our program:
" work for Open Road Urban Corp. and Sherrell attends the Neighborhood House I am planning to become a
Data Transcriber , . . Keep on doing what you 're doing. You're beautiful! " Rosalind Roots
"As a student and teenage parent, the Program has helped me sa ve money . , given me an opportunity to finish school,
, , and reach a higher goal . . .l'm glad I have the opportunity to finish school. Gaye Williams
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lBu1ldmg Services Supervisor IW
Pride in Excellence' That has been the motto of
the Custodial department for years. We want Lin-
coln High to be the best educational atmosphere
possible. Our students deserve the best and we
intend to see that they get it.
L. Stidum B, Clemons
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Bully H, Jn!-mson J. Simpson
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We of the Gardening Department, do our work
with Pride and Honor. We tend our shrubs,
lawns, etc,,as we would treat delicate and beau-
tiful women. Everything is Green, Growing and
This year, we in Food Service have set three
goals. 1. To grow in know how, 2. To please
our customers, 3. To promote our business.
These strategies add excellence to our pro-
gram. This year, we are offering a selective
menu, this lets our customers decide what to
eat. Our goal is to offer a menu that meets the
standard requirements of the four basic food
groups, and give you, our customers good,
fresh top quality food and service that we can
be proud of Agnes Williams, Cafeteria
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What is Project Lincoln? It is many things: new facilities,
new staff members, new ceilings and paint for the halls, new
equipment for teachers and classrooms, and most of all, a
new pride in our school, and a committment to academic
excellence. Project Lincoln aims to improve the quality of
education and life for all Hornets: parents, students, teach-
ers, administrators and classihed staff
Such improvements as the paving of the vacant lot on the
East side of 49th Street for increased parking, and the
closing of 49th Street and the creation of a new mall in the
front of the school, are all part of a brighter future for
Lincoln, made possible by Project Lincoln. Planning began
last summer, and continues during the school year, Project
Lincoln is here for you.
Lincoln High School is now the site of the newest City
School's career center, "The Center for Medicine and
Health". Lincoln students should be proud of this fine
center, as it offers very special courses taught by highly
trained teachers, Classes in Nursing, Medical Lab Aide,
Exercise Technician, Medical Clerk, Dental Education, Vet-
erinary Education, and Paramedic Science are offered right
here at Lincoln. Students from high schools all over the
city, ride buses to attend our program, which is also open to
Lincoln students. The future looks great for this new ap-
proach to education, and Lincoln students will be right
there making it happen!
Mel Weisenberg, Project Resource Teacher
Dr. Vance Mills
E Ms. Mary Rowe
Mr. Harold Moore
E K ellenberger
As Head Counselor, I am responsible for the Gudance and
Counseling Program here at Lincoln High School. Our depart-
ment is composed of seven counselors including myself I
represent our department at various district-wide meetings
and conduct weekly on-site guidance meetings.
MARY FRANCES ROWE
I am proud to be a part of the Lincoln High School family. I
enjoy my work here, because the students are my main con-
cern, and I commit myself to guiding and directing them in
their efforts and attitudes toward education.
I 'm a blessed person. Not many individuals, work at the school
they graduated from. Lincoln has a special meaning to me , , .
"The best school in San Diego". Whatever positive things I
can do, to improve Lincoln, I will not hesitate to do. I 'm a
I have been a counselor at the Hive for the past 8 years.
Because of this, I have had the opportunity to be a counselor
to the brothers and sisters of many graduates of Lincoln High
School. I have found this very gratifying. I enjoy camping,
hiking, traveling and reading.
This is my second year at Lincoln. I like the spirit at this school
and I enjoy my association with many fine Lincoln students. I
believe that this is the best school that I 've had the pleasure of
being a part of
RUDY H. ANDERSON fPiscesl
During my 3rd year at Lincoln, I have been involved in and
supervised many of the schools activities. I sponsor the Part-
nership Program through A.C.S.D. and function as a liaison
person to the Social Studies Department,
PATRICIA A. HYDE
I ha ve been at Lincoln for 8 years as a Math teacher and now a
Counselor. I am liaison to the Science and Math departments,
and Counselor representative for Project Follow- Through with
U C. S. D.
EUGENE DA VIS fAquariusl
This is my 5th year at Lincoln, supervising and being totally
involved with all school activities. I sponsor Gifted students
and act as a liaison to the Art and Business departments.
JANICE WINS TON lCancerj
In my 10th year at Lincoln, I am totally involved with all school
activities. I coordiante Scholarship and College bound pro-
grams and am the liaison to the Social Studies and Music
departments and Project Lincoln.
Mrs. Mary McDonald
Mr. Rudy Anderson
Mrs. Patricia Hyde
Mr. Gene Da vis
Ms. Janice lfwnston
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Ms. Hornet Spirit
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THE FUNCTION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
The San Diego community is most fortunate in that it is being
served by a school district that recognizes the need for a good
guidance and counseling program. Our program functions in
three domains. 1. Education Domain - Effort is made to
insure that all students have the opportunity to develop objec-
tives that are consistent with interests, abilities and values. 2.
Career Domain - With the use of the Career Planning Inven-
tory and Career Planning Folder, students are assisted in
developing career objectives. 3. Personal and Social Domain
- Provide a system to insure that all students ha ve an oppor-
tunity to experience accepting, non-judgmental relationships
necessary to achieve personal and social aafustment. The
combined effort of couneslors in the three domains are direct-
ed toward making the student a well rounded person.
All the way live.
Mrs. Gloria Stratton
Mrs. Yolanda McCaster
Mrs. Suanne Fetherolf
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INDI VIDUALIZED STUDENT SER VICES CENTER
IAlternative Schooll D. Richard, English and G. Groves, Math The
l.S.S. C. has three primary goals: 1. To develop a feeling of pride in
oneself' 2. To improve basicrslfills in English and Mathematicsg 3. To
integrate the student into the regular classroom. Some l.S.S.C. stu-
dents, however, may never make this adjustment and are permitted to
stay if they find success and make progress in behavioral, attitudinal, or
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PROJECT STUDENT CONCERN . , .
Has given hundreds of students pride and excellence in attendance. Our goals are: 1. Students wanting to attend class
and remain in school, 2. Students attending class more frequently, 3. Students completing more class assignments, 4.
Students grades improving, Mth the cooperation of their teachers and parents, individual high school students are
selected for the program. For the first two weeks, each student carries a daily report form, noting class attendance,
degree of improvement and completion of class assignments. This form must be signed by each of the student's
teachers and is submitted to the guidance aide at the end of each school day. I thank all the Teachers, Parents, and
Students for their cooperation.
Andrew Pates, Jr.
Recipients of Pride and Achievers of Excellence in Project Student Concern: Saladin Abdullah, Michael Arnold, Shelia
Baker, Christopher Box, Anna Cristerna, Kim Earl, Becky Garibay, Joe Henry, Ralph Jack, William Jackson, Rico
Lawrence, Artila Long, Calvin Marshall, Sandra Martin, Armando Mesa, Sergio Mesa, Cookie Miller, Morris Misa,
Michael Neal, Scherrieto Odom, Dion Porter, Meafua Poumele, Larry Singleton, Alden Smith, Jessie Smith, Clarence
Taylor, Leticia Vasquez, Silvia Vasquez, Rafael Verdugo, Janet Walton, Lilly Weatherford, Creag Wright.
HEAL TH SERVICES
Health Services contributes to the learning process through
programs concerned with the findings, corrections and adjustments
of defects which may affect the ability of the pupils to derive
maximum benefits from Education. Health has been defined as a
state of complete physical, mental and social well being. The school
is a partner with the home in trying to attain this goal for each
student. l am anxious to consult with parents on health problems.
Lavern Cumby, School Nurse
AN INTERESTED STUDENT, KA TH Y COLEMAN
AND LA VERN CUMB Y
I ha ve been at Lincoln High School since January 1975. At Lincoln, students seem to be around less outside the building and in
the halls. There seem to be more positive attitudes in the classrooms, l deal with Social Health, which is a 5-8 day unit, It stresses
learning to think and make decisions and for this, students need the most factual information. During the unit, the students are
encouraged to be open and to learn to accept the consequences of their actions. l am informally available to students, for my
goal is to try and reach more students, make more contacts and be more easily accessible.
Kathy Coleman, TeacherfCounsellor
Speech a Tool for Communication
Communication means an interchange of thoughts and feelings. This interchange
can be carried out with any form of Lauguage lgestures, emotional expression,
speech or written language! but it is most effectively done by speech, Speech is a
A form of voiced language in which articulate sounds or words are used to convey
meaning to our friends and loved ones. lt is the most important and widely used
form of communication. I started with elementary and am pleased to see students
I worked with, appear at the high school level. My goal is to make students more
aware of the importance of speech, Speech is an expression of our inner self 1
Jo Cormier, Speech Therapist
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Spirit A A we strive to win through thick or thin A you see joy in the air A A love in our hearts
Lincoln is a school that is very hard to compare, Valerie Bonner
A A going to school and getting to class means a lot to me. Delinda Hughes
A A A knowing everyone in the school A having a good time in the school activities A always
having someone to talk to about your problems. Shawn Herron mm
A A a lot, because of the help that the people and the teachers give. Samuel Carter
A A A strength and toughness. Andrew Martinez
A A A involvement in school activities. Zepporah Faiai
A A A an education, most of all friends. Anonymous
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teacher - English
We A A A have the number one rated R. O. T. C. A , we have outstanding teachers A more than
qualified in their fields. We A A A have A learning materials needed to further your
education. Lincoln has come a long way. Nancy Todd
We A A A had a number one J. V. football team. We had a A A nice Christmas Dance. Our
basketball teams are doing well A A A ha ve to give the Coaches and fans a little of the credit A
also the Varsity and J. V. cheerleaders. Mary Thomas
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T T T the Class of '81 is going to be the livliest class in a long time. Willie Mills
The Lincoln varsity basketball team will win the CTITE T the best year for
Lincoln 's drama department T T T Lincoln 's basketball team will go on to ha ve one of
its best years ever T T T Curtis Mosley should be drafted high in the rofessional
baseball draftings T The US. may go to war with Russia T T The UTS. will start
the draft of American citizens again. Chris Price
T T these days you can 't predict anything in life, you can only hope T T that things
don 't get any worse than they are. Orlando Perkins
T the 1980 football team is going to take CTITF again. Lew Barnes
T T that Lincoln High School students will become better students T and
have better test scores. Sophia Martin
T T T a year of blessings for some T the draft will come back, President Carter will
be re-elected there will be a 3rd World War T the Iranians will be unished for
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the hostage situation and the hostages will be freed T T gas will disappear. John
T T the world is getting harder each and every day. Food prices are going up T T
the price of gold is going up T T T people are talking about World War lll and
drafting women. Betty Randall
T T T in 1980 all the teachers, students and parents will work together and make
Lincoln High School the best school in the District. Eugene Davis - Counselor
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. . . the time when I was an athlete, I was popular, l played a lot of basketball, football and baseball. l'm just
hanging loose now, trying to keep busy. You know a hard head makes a soft rump. I miss all of you
guys! June "All World" Logan
, . , when Preston A. Rawlings split his pants. Natalie Y. Mitchell
. . . when l went to Burger King with Natalie, Kenny and Paula. Natalies car ran for 3 minutes after we got
back to Lincoln. But the funny thing was, she had turned off the key. Darryl Santos
. . . when Lincoln took C.l.F football in 1977 and 1979. The real reason we took it those years is because l
was on both teams. Darryl Santos
when we took a trip to the beach and Natalie got thrown in the water. Rachelle Gooding
. . . all the ugly dudes that tried to talk to me this year. The fine one's too! Star Line
when my Biology class went to lfCSD for a seminar. We were totally embarrassed when Rachelle
Gooding asked a question. Deductive reasoning or common sense would have told her that that question
was ignorant. Darryl Santos
. . . when Natalie, Rachelle and l got caught driving to Burger King by Mrs. Wade and when we tried to
ditch her, the car cut off Paula Todd
. . . when Rachelle Gooding did a cartwheel by herself in front of everybody' at a football game and fell
down. Paula Todd
, . , when Paula Ann Todd fell in the trash can at a certain dance. Natalie Y Mitchell
. . . when Charles Lamont Marshall used to comb his hair to a peak. Natalie Y Mitchell
, . , gas prices increased . . . people started to ride bikes and Mopeds . , , to save gas. Nita Woodson
, . . when three earthquakes happened . . . In the center of San Diego, there were cracks in Mexicali,
houses cracked. Sylvia Reynoso
. . . while we were enjoyinga warm Christmas vacation . . . the rest of the country was snow-bound. While I
enjoyed my family, the hostages in lran were lonely . . . the rains of last spring , . , the drought of this fall.
Ms. Christensen , . . the air crashes. Sylvia Vejar
. . . thinking 1'd like to exchange places with the hostages lone of the hostages with a good backl. Steve
McDaniel land his busted backl
working until after midnight in my dark room, developing film and printing pictures for Steve and his
'Wo' Yearbook 80. Mr. Baker
winning the CLF Championship with the team l yelled at continually. Coach Player
. , . an unusual cake. G. Groves
the exquisite fun of working on Yearbook 80 and having so many willing helpers. Steve McDaniel
. . . the J. V football coach at Crawford who was so happy to see us run up the score. Coach Deniston
. . . lots of fun with Student Government. I Hardy
, . . doing special projects and favors. Helpful Mr. King
. . . a very successful nursing class. Ms. Krause
. . . getting a good deal on a full page of color in the Yearbook. Mr. ,Mitchell
having lots of people in my U.S. History class first quarter. "Fearsome" Mr. Prickett
when there were ten cheerleaders and two mascots. "The Jammer" Charles Marshall
. , , one day we were all in the cafeteria eating lunch. Tweety didn 't have any money. She went to the free
lunch line and they closed the door in her face. LaDene Jackson
. . . watching the C.l.F. games with Rhonda Goode and Phyllis Clark . . . hanging and having a good
time. Carol Manson
, . . gas going up, just when l was going to get my car . , . Garey Cotton
. . , gas prices skyrocketing, food prices continuing to go up, gold prices hitting new heights, S.A.L. T. ll
talks taking place - again, the seizure of the Embassy in Iran and the hostages, and Russia going on the
war path. Garry Wins
. . . meeting the nicest friends . . . being a Junior Varsity cheerleader , . . liking all my teachers . . ,
learning a lot. Antoinette Cole
. . , my hrst dental awareness class and not knowing the difference between my teeth. Monique Love
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12 Hive vs El Camino 6
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21 Hive vs Saints 7
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C.l.F1 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
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The Lincoln High Hornets, had a great C.l.E season, winning
the 2A C.l.F. championship and also being the Western
League Champs. Lincoln High School 's football team was the
29th ranked team in the US., the 5th ranked team in the state
and in San Diego County - NUMBER 1! The Hive 's offense
was unstoppable the whole entire season, averaging 30.5
points a game. We were the number one offense in the county!
The Hornet defense was also superb. The Hive defense was
ranked 7th in the county, giving up only 8.8 points a game. 12
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school record! We were the Hrst Junior Varsity team ever to
go undefeated the entire season, winning 9 straight games. We
established a new city record, also - 31 7 points scored in 9
games - an average of 35 or more points a game! The
defense was also hot and cooking too! Only three schools
scored against us. Excellence is shutting out the opponent! We
only allowed 21 points - this dehnitely is an outstanding
group of young men! Another sign of the fact that this has
been a season full of pride and excellence is that we started
with a roster of 36 men and only dropped 2. This was indeed a
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Roster: Adrienne Black, Elizabeth Delgadillo, Carol Fuller,
Deanne Grayson, Pam Haynes, Janice Lawrence, Greg Lloyd,
Elisa McElvaine, Wava McNeal, Dire Owens, Joslyn Suse-
berry, Blanche Ward, Colette Waters, Yvette Caraballo, Anth-
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We did better than we expected, winning a total of 18 games,
getting tremendous support from those students who came
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MVP: Girls - Wava McNeal, Boys - Gary Cotton
C.I.E Players - Girls Singles: Deanna Grayson, Blanche
Ward, Linda Rogers. Boys Singles: Gary Cotton, Alan Ander-
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ineligibility problems, the season looked as if it might be hard
and long. However, by the half-way point in the season the
young ladies began to unite as a team and showed consistent
improvement. They became competitive and although winning
only 1 game, they consistently played evenly with the top
teams in the league, earning the respect of both opposition
players and coaches. Karen .L and LaDene J. played outstand-
ing volleyball all season long, with Karen being named MVP of
the team and also to the All-League team. All other members
of the team are underclasswomen, and will be returning next
year. Renee, Moli, Deedee, Cheryl, April and Verna all
showed tremendous improvement in both individual skills and
team play and should form a strong nucleus for next year's
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Jared Stutts, Billie Johnson, Grant Turner.
At the beginning of the 1980 Basketball season, head coach Richard Smitn, chose 12 young men as his team for the
season. These twelve didn 't know each other, on the court that is, but 1'Smitty" worked and coached and ran the idea
of a championship team into their minds. "Smitty" didn 't pressure his players, he was simply there to help in any way
he could, immediately, professionally and as a friend. "The Team " The team is what counts, and it takes a lot to be able
to work well with someone you don 't really know. But this team worked their way to a 12-2 record and clinched the
fifth straight Western League Championship for Lincoln High School. Most Outstanding Player - Billie Johnson, Most
Improved Player - Charles Marshall, With Richard Smith, Assistant Coach G.R. Dean, P. Rawlings team correspon-
dent and coordinator and Mr. John White, head of medical personnel, Lincoln looks forward to being C. I.F. Champions
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Row 2: Coach Dean, 335 Jamie MOS" Wise, 5341 Curtis "Little Leaper" Lockett, 4321 Nigel "The Mystic"Anderson, 323 Adrian 4'Catman"Lewis, Anthony
Brooks lManagerl. Not Pictured: 45 Darryl "Mid-Air Prince" Wallace, 4233 Marlon "Magic ll" Johnson, John White - Trainer "Best Trainer in the world",
"1-2-3 DO IT"
With the experience and expert guidance shared by the Hive 's Athletic Director and basketball head coach, Mr. Richard A.
Smith, the squad enjoyed a tremendously successful season. This '79-'80 team was blessed with the luxury of balance. Though
talent varied, the individual fundamental skills blended together to form a cohesive unit, that oft times produced a game of fast-
paced ACTION. Fans fortunate to experience a J, V. cager contest, usually appeared to be watching a tennis match,
Round ball highlights include the high-scoring James Robinson and James Cannon, sharp-shooting Chris Price and Marlon
Johnson, the backboard dominance of Jamie Wise and Adrain Lewis, plus the lightning quick basketball Wizardry of Nigel
Anderson, Curtis Lockett, and Anthony McNeal, all under the cool all-around floor leadership of Darryl "Mid-Air Prince"
Wallace and Damon "Ice-Man" Allen, All the action was recorded by the statsman, Anthony Brooks. The above gentlemen are
to be congratulated, not for victories, but for sacrificing time and energy, practicing, and playing under difficult, adverse
conditions that basically go unnoticed and unrewarded, save for the fact that we worked, sweated, and played as one: The
Lincoln High Junior Varsity Basketball Team.
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Fernandez, S. Sandoval, R. Cervantes, D, Verdugo, B, Dantzler. Standing: Coach J. Torres.
The Soccer team is a very young, talented team in a building season. We 're hoping for next season - to be in
the top of our league or at least get in the playoffs, because most of our players are coming back. We ha ve had
close scores against some of the Hnest teams in our league, for instance, Mission Bay 2-1, Serra 4-2, University
2-0, etc., etc. Senior standout and most talented player goes to Duane Santos, Captain of our team, because
of his ability to play any position in the Held. Most improved and best effort goes to Salvador Sandoval our
leading scorer. Our most inspirational player was Diego Verdugo. Nicolas Fernandez leading our defense,
Frankie Aguayo and Brian Dantzler also put good performances on the Held.
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Overstreet, Connie Whitlock, Linda Rogers, Coach Kyla Law. Not pictured: Jeanine Winfrey, Cassandra Johnson.
Learning to respect other schools helps us to be better players - Connie Whitlock.
Integrity is one good word to describe our team - Denise Pargo.
Never giving up the game makes us winners - Mary Murray.
Competition is something we enjoy - Cee Cee Pierce.
Obligation to our team is something we never forget - Penny Holmes.
Learning from our mistakes helps us to be better ball players - Angii Wiggers.
Net worth equals every player on our team - Coach Kyla Law.
Helping others on the team is something we always do - Shawn Ifihlliams.
Our team tries to work as a team, not as individuals - Patricia Foster.
Recognizing our weaknesses helps us to build a stronger team - Regina Davis.
Never quitting is our team motto - Linda Rogers.
Effort is something we always use on our team - Shawn Williams.
Team work is the name of the game - Cassandra Johnson.
Sportsmanship is something we have a lot of - Verna Overstreet.
The girls J. V Softball Team has been a very competitive and enthusiastic team. The girls showed a great deal of discipline at
every game and practice. The following girls represent Pride and Excellence for Lincoln High School: Angii VWggers, CeeCee
Pierce, Regina Davis. Angii Wiggers was the starting pitcher and the Captain of the team. She was very competitive and a
quick thinker on the Held. Angii taught the other girls on the team how to work as a team and not as individuals. CeeCee
Pierce is probably one of the best first base players in the J. V League. She is a very consistent player and really thinks when
she is playing ball. Regina Davis was the most all round player on the team. Regina played shortstop, third base, outfield and
catcher. Most improved: Linda Rogers and Penny Holmes. Best Effort: Mary Murray.
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I GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
We ve got a very good squad and we think we'll go all the way this year. Roster: Allison, Y, Bagby, A,, Banks, T, Black, A., Bondon V Bridges M Campbell
C., Clark, O., Cook, G., Hightower, K., Jackson, S., Morray, R., Thornton, T, Turner, M, Winston, D. Head Coach: R.A, Sn'lith,,Assistarlt Coach - DL
Robinson, Manager - Anthony Brooks.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity Basketball Team won their lirst scrimmage game against San Diego High 33-18. The girls have worked hard and are beginning to show a lot
ot' promise. They work well together and are willing to learn to sacrifice for team work. We have enjoyed working together this season and hope to do the same
next year. Coach Robinson
Row 1: Joanie Smith, Ericka Fernandez, Alicia Johnson. Row 2: Shawn Williams, Regina Davis, Denise Pargo, Michelle Bennett, Maya Hall, Coach Robinson,
Row 3: Linda Rogers, April Clay, Mary Murray, Elizabeth Hardy, Cheryl Johnson, Shelia Baker, Kathy Thomas, Rosa Benavides, C. C. Pierce, Blanche Ward,
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We have a 14 man squad with 6 of our players being Seniors, 7
Juniors and 1 Sophomore. With the returning lettermen that we
will have, we should be a hne baseball team for years to come. The
ball club this year has excellent hitting and should be contenders
for the league championship if nothing happens to injure any of our
players. lt should be an interesting year. Coach Deniston
Players: Steve Pierce if 1, Leland Maddox Ji 4, Anthony Smith if 5,
Damon Allen if 7, Curtis Mosley 43 8, Lew Barnes 39, Anthony
Long 41511, Chris Price 4312, Edgar Sharpe 4113, Tom Mitchell
if 15, Kevin Jones if 16, Ricky Taylor 4317, Earl Echols li 18, Ron
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Prospects for 1980 Season:
Curtis Mosley - returning all league selection from last year,
should be a leader this year, an excellent fielder with a major
league arm, of interest to professional teams, planning on attend-
Anthony Smith - excellent talent, could become a Hne profession-
al ball player, sought by several colleges and universities.
Edgar Sharpe - possesses a major league fast ball, self control
and pitch control could make a professional out of him.
Ricky Taylor - excellent outfielder, good speed, good ball hitting
and throwing arm, could be a pro prospect.
Anthony Long -' very fine fielder with a strong, accurate throwing
arm, needs to hit with more regularity, could be sought after by ff
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Washington, Chris Sanders, Curtis Babers, Steve Pierce, James Williams.
The Wrestling team is planning for the future. The ninth and tenth grade students are the baclc bone of our team -
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The Lincoln Swim Team this year is a team of very young and inexperienced swimmers as far as
swimming competitively. What we lack in experience we more than make up in enthusiasm. Our plans
are to build a strong competitive team that Lincoln can be proud of Coaches: Susan Wanner, Kyla Law.
Swimmers: William Smith, William Cunningham, Roy Spencer, Arcelio Ramos, Eric Hayes, Michael
Flynt, Rodney Grate. Robert Johnson, Connie Whitlock, Morris Misa, Tammy Harris, Cordis Livingston,
Kim Jones, Cassandra Hall, Cassandra Johnson, Lisa Bunting, Nina Mayfield, Brian Harrison.
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B. Dantzler, A, Poumele, 71 Todd, L, Halton, J, Waterman, W. Herriott, D, Bryant.
Lincoln High is in the process of rebuilding
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Some excerpts from an article in "The San Diego Union", Sunday, January 13, 1980 - "Lincoln High Links Pride and
Progress" by Carl M Cannon A A A
"Lincoln High l'sj A A A brightest time may be now, , A A the school is making progress A A A They've accomplished a lot A A .
lLincolnj is a focal point of community life A A A people perceive it as their school A A A The football team is successful and it is a
source of pride for the school and the minority community it represents." lasked why they went to Lincoln instead of
transferring, one student repliedj, "Because all my sisters and my brother went here and my mother has worked so hard lat
Lincolnj A A A lt's a very positive school A A A everybody seems to be looking ahead A A A There 's a lot of respect around here. The
students have a lot of respect toward the teachers and the teachers give it back in returnn A A A we have the atmosphere and
environment where learning can take place A A A fthe district is placing newj programs in lLincolnl. One such program is
PROJECT LINCOLN. " Its accomplishments for the 1979-1980 school year: new landscaping, new photo equipment, summer
workshop with parents, students, and staff members, Project Lincoln Committee for improvements at Lincoln, new auditorium
curtains, more library books, school materials, more Held trips, extra clerical assistance, new band instruments, establishment of
Center for Medicine and Health, new teachers, new science facilities, new ceiling in 200 building, student bulletin board in Quad,
attendance computer, micro computers for Math department, new P.E. lockers, maps for Social Studies, new typewriters for
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We are so very proud that you are about to graduate
And for that very reason, we would like to congratulate
A truly special part of our family tree
Who 's as kind and sweet as a daughter could be
Now we know you're an intelligent and ambitious kind of
To go on after the better things in the world
So we 'll support you and do our very best
To help you climb to your happy success
You're going to have to say goodbye
To you wonderful school, good ol ' Lincoln High
Don 't ever stop trying! Because we love you!
From Your Family . . .
You 're on your way to a new beginning, a better day
Using the inspiration that our love has brought you
And the abilities that Lincoln has taught you
You're some kind of girl and this you should know
We know you will make it wherever you go
So don 't ever be discouraged, never doubt
Because to keep on trying is what it's all about
We wish you all the happiness that this world can give
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WHAT THE HI VE MEANS TO ME
Although this is only my Hrst year at Lincoln, the "live"
is a very special place to me. l have pride in our school
and I show it.
The Hive is a very warm place. By that l mean that most
of the faculty and many of the students are very friendly.
They judge you by your character and not your
appearance, so there isn't much hatred, which is the best
learning environment you can have.
There is also a lot of togetherness at Lincoln. This is
mainly a reason why the Hornets won the C.l.F
Championship in football. We had a perfect record
throughout the season because our football team worked
I also show that the "Hive" means a lot to me, by
making good grades. l strive for the best and I hope you
too will push hard for the best in grades. There are many
who want to show their pride in the l'hve with excellence,
all you have to do is go for the best and don 't settle for
We all can work together and show our PRIDE and
EXCELLENCE and make Lincoln an even better high
Delphia F Emery
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421 Mark "Neck" Grace TB, 488 Dwight 'Drew Harv" Harvey SE, 424 Maurice "Jammin" Joyce TB, 416 Steve
"Goldenhands" Easley TE 422 Anthony "Peanut,' Smith DB, 412 Damon HLil Red" Allen QB. Row 3: 477 Carl
"Bruiser" LaGrone O71 452 Duane "Cool and Casual " Santos C, 464 Chris "Pinen" Sanders DT, 4 73 Kevin 4'Big Bird "
Gunn D71 4 66 Logoitino "Busan Savusa O72 4 71 Billie "Bighands, H Johnson OG, 436 Troy "Bamm Bamm" Owens S,
442 Pernell "Peabo" Bryant DB lCaptainl, 487 Tommy "Tiger', Mitchell SE, 437 Curtis "Walkin' Tall " Neal LLB. Not
Pictured: 469 Nathaniel "Teeth" Allison DG, 4 65 Ralph "Killer" Briggs OG-MLB lCaptainl, 425 Darryl '1Buck"
Buchanon RLB lCaptainl, 430 Tim "Ironhands"Robinson S, 455 Darryl HDr. Smooth" Santos DT lCaptainl, 482 Dante
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The 1979 Varsity Football season can be summed up in one word, UNBEA TABLE!
This team will go down in history as the Hrst Hornet football squad to hnish a season
with a perfect record - 12 wins, no losses and no ties. Damon Allen, Leland
Maddox, Curtis Babers, Dwight Harvey, and Maurice Joyce were the lightening
bolts that charged the counties leading offense. Jared Stutts, Billy Johnson, Darryl
Santos and Lew Barnes led a defense that yielded but 30 points in the regular
season. Coaches Flisher, Reed, Washington and Courtney did a Hne job putting the
green machine together. Winning the Section 2-A C.l.F Championship for the
second time in 3 years was cause for jubilation!
C.1.F. 2A FOOTBALL GAME
The Lincoln Hornets were awesome in this contest, displaying championship
qualities. The fierce Hornet defense was incredible, time after time halting the San
Marcos Knights vigorous rush-based attack. The Hornet offense, played devastat-
ing ball, with Damon Allen at the helm and Curtis Babers making tremendous
rushing displays, the Hornets played invincible football. The Hornets took a half-
time lead. Lincoln coach Vic Player, urged his bold troops to keep the pressure on.
San Marcos mounted an awesome comeback surge but found the Hornets to be
stingy. After all was said and done, Lincoln High School was the C.l.F. 2A Football
Team Champion. The Lincoln crowd showed extraordinary affection for their
jubilant ball club. The Hornets had achieved their first unbeaten season in the
history of the school. It was truly a magnificent sight to see, by DUANE SAN TOS
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Yvette Jackson Kathy Shears C. Johnson A. Page L. Shaw
For the Hrst time in the last 10 years, Lincoln participated in the Winter League
Baseball season. lt is designed to give pre-season practice for all high schools in San
Diego, There is a 10 game season, Lincoln played in all except one and ended up
with a 4-5 record.
Most Improved: Neal Johnson, Michael Owens.
Most Valuable: Anthony Long, Curtis Mosley.
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Dedicated to the Class of 80 and to Elaine Morgan the light of my lzfe
Someone really cares for you
When your problems are many and answers so few
I know someone who really cares for you
Wzth me down here and God up above
We both try to show you so much love
So when you need someone to talk to
You can call on me and I ll listen to you
Don t let your problems and worries brmg you down
Face your problems and worries with a smile and not a frown
Because someone really cares for you
l will help see you through
I really do care for you
For the fashlonable look of today
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To Dr Cook Mr Player Coaches Staff and Football
Team Members Congratulatronsf to the Lincoln High
School Hornets for such wonderful games durmg the
Much success ln the future Clara Sharpe
To All Graduates
We smcerely wish you the Best of Luck IH your future
endeavors and achrevements rn l1fe God Bless You'
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WIS!-IES
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Industrial Arts Department
lt is important that all of your commitments be as strong as steel. l
hope that all of your life's endeavors will not be photo Hnishes. Have
a successful and happy life. Bill Henry Metals and Graphic Arts
May your driving days be filled with good gas mileage and short gas
linesg and your mornings free of flat tires and dead batteries. Howard
Kelso Auto Mechanics
Free home maintenance and furniture repair is the perfect life. May all
your endeavors be successful and free from cracks and crevices,
Tommy King Occupational Wood, Wood 1, 2, 3.
To The Class of 80
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1980 CONGRATULATIONS 1980 GRADUATES
you fma y made it
Best wishes in all your future endeavors
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Atapona Tafao 43rd and Highland
Bobbie Goins 263-1574
C ONGRA TULA TIONS
STUDENTS OF LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL
your Custodial and Gardening Staff
Leroy C. McNair BSS IV
John Gobbo Richard Ayala
Tony Fabila Johnny Simpson
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