Abraham Lincoln High School - Statesman Yearbook (San Diego, CA)
- Class of 1981
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Michael Wayne Banks born July 6, I962 in San Diego
California. Michael was the youngest of 5 children.
Michael was a very good person in the mind, body,
and soul. He was always willing to help someone. Mi-
chael was very popular and had many friends. We real-
ize the reality of death but accepting it is the hardest
part. We must accept it as he would have wanted us to.
Michael is in better hands now and he knows it, and he
wants us to know it.
Michael attended Knox Elementary, O'Farrel Jr. High.
He also attended San Diego High School in the lOth
grade and half of the Ilth grade. Then he transfered to
Lincoln to get more recognition for playing football.
Michael was a fine athlete and had been involved in
football since elementary school.
Michael left our surrounding at the age of I8. He lived
a very fullfilling life. What ever he wanted to do he did
it. Sometimes he needed a little help from his family,
but he did enjoy the time he spent here.
Michael was on his way to serve a friend, God
touched him with his finger of love and said come on
home Michael and Michael willfully obeyed on Satur-
day, August 2, l98O, at 4:00 a.m. God decided Michael
could serve in a better space. To these two people we
say that you were two of the best people that Lincoln
ever had. Lincoln loves both of you.
Mildred CDee Deej McSwain was the youngest of
four children of Mr. Willie J. McSwain and the late Mrs.
Sadie McSwain. A
Dee Dee McSwain was born on March l9, l963 in San
Diego, California. She attended Saint Judes Catholic
School, Gompers Jr. High, and Abraham Lincoln Sr. High
While a student at Lincoln, Dee Dee was quite active
in her school activities. She was a cheerleader, played
on the girls volley ball team, played volley tennis and
also won many trophies and awards for her outstanding
skating ability. She was a member of the Hollywood
Swinger Skating group.
ln addition to her many athletic talents, Dee Dee also
loved and appreciated the beauty of poetry. She wrote
many poems about life beauty and her own pride and
dignity in being black.
Dee Dee had an outgoing personality, and was loved
by all who knew her. Dee Dee did a lot for Lincoln and
we will miss her. t
After her brief illness, the Lord called her home on
May 3l, l98O. Dee Dee McSwain, Lincoln will miss you,
but we know you are in good hands now.
I have a color for the rest of my life. And I hope all the
people will treat me right. Not because I'm Black, but
because I'm me, And one day I hope to be free. Love me
now or love me never. Let us unite and be together. So
what if I'm Black at least l'm proud. I'm not ashamed to
say my color out loud. Hear me, look at me. For I'm the
Black person who will one day be free. By Mildred Dee
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Tallest Girl: Bridgette Lane Mark Grove
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Best All Around: Leland
Biggest Flirt: Mimi Evans, Carl LaGrone
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ARTHUR PA GE
COLE TTE WATERS
SENIOR CLASS RANKING
ANGELA C UNNINGHAM 3,290
SHENE THA HOWARD
KIM FINLE Y
KENNY L-:LOVER 3.281 DIA NE SMITTICK
ROBIN FULLER 3.267 FRED WATKINS
OLGA CLARK 3.258 PATRICIA CHRISTIAN
JAMES HOUSE 3.250 DEA NNE GRA YSON
CHRIS PRICE 3.226 MILTON JOHNSON
PAMELA HA YNES 3.217 PATRICIA LAWRENCE
LINCOLN SALU TES ITS
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THE HOR NE TS HA VE
PRIDE IN THEIR EXCELLENCE
DAVID GRAYSON, JR.
TOM L. BEACHAM
KIM RENEE LASKEY
CATHERINE A. BRYANT
JOSE C. GOMEZ
TREVA A. DUNCAN
NANCY V. TODD
CYNTHIA DENISE SMITH
JOSEPHINE FLORES SOLIS
ARNISA FELICIA TAYLOR
EUNICE DENISE ELLIS
CECIL MANDELL NOLAN
TINA L. STIDUM
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GWENDOLYN R. REDEORD
SYLVIA ELIZABETH RHODES
DARRYLE L. JOHNSON
JOYCE L. CARTWRIGHT
TERRY LYNN TAYLOR
PAULA Y. ARTIS
ANTONIO M. GREEN
KENNETH L. JOHNSON
CHRISTINE F. MANU
KENNETH WAYNE McINTYRL
JUNIOR VAA AIESE
JOSOLYN K. COPELAND
MARILYN D. HARVEY
DARREL C. FORNEY
MARIAN L. HARRIS
LEONARD WALKER, JR.
NIGEL M. ANDERSON
RODNEY W. HILL
AUORA D. HILTON
CARLA D. IVORY
DENISE LA'MONE PARGO
ELLIS JAMES POINDEXTER
DARRELL L. REDFORD
CHRISTOPHER A. SANDERS
MICHAEL LANIER WHITFIELD
CHARLES JAMES WILSON
CHRIS L. WRIGHT
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october C assan are Bailey Kenny Glover
September-Darcell Braggs Dwight Harvey
December-Sandra Reynoso. Damon Allen
November-Valerie Woodson Lew Barnes
Januarvolga Clark Marlo Reed February-Rose Benson Andrew Gholston
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March-Maloney Evans Marlon Johnson April-Antoinette Cole James Cannon
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OF THE YEAR I980I98I
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June-Angela Cunningham Leland Maddox
May-Carolyn Cockerham Jose Marales
MR. AND MISS LINCOLN
THE GREEN AND WHITE BALL
LET'S GET SERIOUS!
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Elmo Barnes Lew E. Barnes Jackie Beavers Th'-Umas BCICHBI'
Rose Benson Sharonne Anderson Rhonda Booker Darcell Bragg
Ronald E. Bray Marian Briggs Gregory Brown Mary Brown
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David BFYBDI Dfafwn BUl1Cl1 Katrina Campbell James Cannon
Willie Chester Patricia A. Christian Olga G. Clark April E. Clay
Carolyn Cockerham Antoinette Cole Greg Collins D'Andre Conner
Jannetga Cook Kevin Cooper Garey L. Cotton
Angela Cunningham Clarence Davis Diane Davis
Lorraine Davis Mark Davis OZEUB Davis
Ronald Davis Katrina Dawkins Roxanne Dayton
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Jimmy Gilbert Kenneth Glover Armando Gomez Ol-DIE BUT GOODIE
Fernando Gomez Mary Gotell Mark Groce
Elvln Gueston Tracy Guy Lee Halton
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Janice McMahon Linda Miles
Michael Miles Terri Miller Willie Mills Deron Minafee
Kevin Mitchell David Mondane Edwin Maragne Teresa Mullins
Renae Murray Denise Norwood Amparo Olmos Guy Owens
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Estella Peterson Kahuna Pinckney Chris Price 5383 PYIN1'
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Maria Satana Valerie Sloan Dian? 5miNiCk
Christina Soto Barbara Sturns Aretha Thomas
Lorna Todd Earl Trowsdell Cynthia Walker
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WE GET lT ON AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER
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As we envision a beautiful, bright and successful year, we are reminded again that the role of a teacher should be that
of the catalyst which foments a positive, compelling atmosphere-one that prompts critical thinking, reflective observa-
tion and understanding of life issues: Therefore, our resolve includes:
KeepinG our minds supple through contact with new ideas,
prOmoting more sensitivity to syntax and connotation,
speAking and encouraging Standard English,
maintaining self-discipline and industry in reading content areasx
and Stressing importance of self-motivating attendance p efns.
We hope that other departments will join us in helping to pinpoint t' argets. lBuena Suertel
Strive for the best- Know who you are and where you're going-Search for the answer to your questions, but never stop
questioning-Use the time you are at Lincoln to develop your thinking skills-Listen and Read the reflections and
reasonings of others-Communicate your responses and opinions in the oral and written word-Develop your potential-
These are our goals-make them yours, too. You are a valuable resource.
We want you to Strive for Your Best.
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HORNE T HEL PERS!
P. Dunn G. Groves
RICHARD HELPING A STUDENT WITH A HARD E
Our department offers the students an education in three
very important areas. First, Parenting where you learn how
to be the best possible parent, or auntfuncle or babysitter.
iLearn the responsibilities of taking care of a human life, the
psychological and physical needs of a precious humn being.
Second, learn how to shop for food and how to prepare it.
Foods class teaches you how to budget your food money,
Ian your daily food groups and count your calories along
Efith cooking yourself nutritious, delicious meals.
Third, clothing where you learn to shop wisely, not only for
fabric but also ready made clothing. We learn about color,
line, and design. We also repair and remake garments.
We hope in the future to see more of the young men
nrolled in these classes. In the past they have made shirts,
ants, jogging suits, sweats, and even their own patterns for
We also hope to have a class in Consumer Education be-
ause everyone is a consumer of many things, food, clothing,
homes, cars, lawyers, doctors, contractors, travel, etc. Peo-
ple also need to know how to protect themselves and what to
do in case of fraud. The list is endless.
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Special Education classes provide individual assistance to
students who need more help than is available in the regular
classroom. The main emphasis is on improving basic skills, gain-
ing pre-vocational skills, and learning to get along with other
The Department has expanded this year to include 4 teachers
and 3 Instructional aides. Mr. Dennis Brown and Mrs. Judy
Johnson have the Resource Specialist Program with Mrs. Pat
Raspberry and Mr. Medhi Mastali as their aides. Mr. Ted Becker
and Mrs. Sally Fleming teach the Learning Handicapped Special
Day Classes. Mrs. June Wingfield is the aide for this program.
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Lincoln High is very fortunate to have three substitute teachers available every day. Instead of
students being faced with unknown subs when teachers are out, we can place familiar faces in the
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The goals of the Science Department for 80-8l are to estab-
lish, for the students, a sense of creativity, curiosity, imagina-
tion, and critical decision making through the various areas of
science by involvement in laboratory investigations, demon-
strations, written activities, reading about current scientific
events, doing research projects and other classroom activities.
Through these general goals we are ultimately striving to:
IJ Learn a little about oneself and life,
2.DTo show the relationship between science and other disci-
3.5 To relate science to ones future,
4.j To improve the basic skills.
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The Industrial Arts Department and all it's
staff would like to wish you the very best of
luck and success in all of your endeavors. We ' " '
hope that the knowledge you have obtained in yi Q 4.
our department will touch upon your future i 3
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I The Art Department offered a full range of courses in both
A crafts and art. Units of study showed an increase in sequen-
tial drawing experiences in support of the reading improve-
ment program. Students also write reports on careers in the
arts and crafts fields, famous artist, and developed and
increased appreciation for the visual world. They explored
cultural expressions through crafts and drawing and painting
projects that reflected qualities in European-American and
African-American culture, as well as Mexican, Somoan, Asiat-
ic, and African Cultures.
PHYSICAL EDUCA TIO
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GERMA N- VICE
And King Kenny Glover -
Congratulations to the class of l9808l. You have given
us much to look back on with pride-
. . . pride in your accomplishments-the completion of the
competencies, improvement in CTBS and over-all
higher scholastic and citizenship achievements.
. . . pride in the new additions to our school that help to
make the Hive one of the more beautiful sites in the
The responsibility and determination of the staff, student
and entire Lincoln community have made the Hive a
school of which we are very proud. In years to come, we
know you will be just as proud as we are today of you
and your achievements.
Ms. Marilyn Raines- Payton C' Cook' Ed'DL
MS. M.M. THORNTON -VICE Mmckl
Your graduation is symbolic that you have STRIVEN FOR THE BEST. You have met
the challenges, taken advantage of the opportunities and been successful.
This is the beginning of a new era in your life. You have been provided with many of
the tools that you will need as you engaged in some type career.
You have brought pride and recognition to our school thru your academic talents and
athletic accomplishments. One of which is C.l.F. Champions for the l98O-8I school year.
Whatever your endeavor, you may continue to strive for the best and demonstrate
pride and excellence. As I leave this school and the many Fine students and excellent
staff to accept a new challenge as principal oft Bell Junior High School, I shall always
remember you fondly and will hope that each of you will continue to grow physically,
mentally, socially and educationally and that you too will make worthwhile contributions
to the community, state, and nation.
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PARENTING AND INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
The emphasis of the school age Parenting and Infant Development Program is to educate the student in child
development principles and related subjects, and to provide care for student's children so that the student may
complete their high school education. A happy environment is guided by Juanita Pryor and Alma Thompson, instruc-
tional aidesf and Rosa Stiles, nursery teacher, and Eleanor Jensen, teacherfdirector. Twenty non-parent students round
out the staff assisting to achieve a positive learning experience.
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Of the many forms of mass media available to us today, Television
is the most influential. It effects us all more and more each day. lt is
our largest source of entertainment and educational information. The
Lincoln High Media Center is dedicated to the exploration and
expansion into this medium.
The Media Center has a fully operative closed circuit television
studio where student productions are created and broadcast. The
studio has the ability to tap into the vast, nationwide public
broadcasting channels and relay their programs into the classroom. lfiblfjfgin
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aids, all in an effort to present Lincoln students with the best X l
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4 The school nurse has a very special role in the school setting. J.
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. status and health and knowledge of it's students. ,
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' such as appravia, counseling, presentation of disease process, ' ,
etc. The total functioning of all the students. If there are any f '
,, . health needs that you have, Feel I free to always communicate
with the school nurse.
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TO MAKE THIS LIFE WORTHWHILE
May every soul that touches mine-be it the slightest
contact-get therefrom some good. Some little grace,
one kindly thoughts one aspiration yet unfeltf one bit of
courage for a darkened sky: one gleam of faith to
brave the hardships of life, one glimpse of brighter
skies beyond any troubles or misfortunes one may
have-I hope all this you will get from your contact with
the financial office.
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CAR ER CENTER
BY Ms. Pearson
The Lincoln High School Career Center is one of the best equipped career centers in the school
district. The career center provided information on career decision making as well as information
concerning specific decision jobs, trade and technical schools, work experience education pro-
grams apprenticeships, armed services, job applications and interviews, two and four year colleges
and other areas of interest to the students and staff at Lincoln.
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Our career center features the S9,000.00. Gould Career
Information Center, a media library of over 300 career titles.
There is only one other Gould Career Information Center in the
school district and it is located at Crawford High School.
Another feature of our career center is the computer-based
Guidance Information System. This system provides accurate
and up-to-date information about occupations fboth civilian and
militaryj, four-year and two-year colleges, graduate schools,
and sources of scholarships and financial aids.
Ms. PEARsoN MR- WILSON
STUDENTS SEE THE CENTER AS A WARM, FRIENDLY PLACE CAREER CAREER
GUIDANCE TECHNICIAN COUNSELOR
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I have had some gratifying experiences in the time I've counseled at Lincoln High School. I've also had the
opportunity to witness many worth while position changes both educationally and student wise.
I sponsor the partnership program with U.C.S.D.
I'm hopeful that as a counselor at Lincoln High I've been able to contribute in a positive manner to the lives
GUIDANCE 8 COUNSELING DEPARTMENT
The Guidance S Counseling team is very alert and alive in theHivel We have charted our course with the
same precision as that of a well seasoned navigator! This year is similar to last year in that we are extremely
active in our usual three domains which are Education, Career, Personal S Social.
However, we are zeroing in with extra effort, emphasis and most of all, enthusiasm on the Career Domain.
We are providing 902 of the student population with Career Planning Folders to be utilized at regular
intervals in the Career Center to make future career plans. Students will be responsible for updating the date
in the Career Planning Folder as they make changes in their career and educational pursuits.
Collectively we feel that students with a purpose or pursuit, are better students.
CULBERT WILLIAMS, HEAD COUNSELOR
EUGENE V DAVIS
In l974 I received my BA degree in Psychology at San Diego State, also my M.S. degree in Counseling from
San Diego State in l975. I got my M.A. in Education from Azusa Pacific College in l98O.
My other duties besides counseling at Lincoln High School are working with the Project Step, Art Dept.,
Business Dept., and Independent Study Programs.
PATRICIA A. HYDE
I am proud to be a part of the Lincoln High School Family. The year that I have been on staff here have been
very rewarding for me. It gives me great pleasure to know that in some small way I may have inspired a
young mind to grow and mature into a useful, sometimes successful adult.
RUDY I-I ANDERSON
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I feel goodabout this year. The students are working hard. The faculty is dedicated and we have the spirit
and energy to make Lincoln High the best school in San Diego. Let's get on with itl 7
I have a tremendous amount of
pride working at Lincoln. As a for-
mer graduate from Lincoln in l964, it
is a good feeling to be here and
striving to make Lincoln an EXCEL-
LENT school. Good luck to all the
students at the hive.
MARY F. ROWE
I enjoy my work at Lincoln because I have a
genuine interest in people. Helping students
make decisions and planning their goals gives
me great satisfaction. I plan to continue my
work at Lincoln as long as I am needed.
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Working here at Lincoln has been a beautiful and
rewarding experience. "Reaching Out and Touching
Someone's Life", I adhere to. I thank each of the
students that have passed through the doors of Lin-
coln since I97l for giving me this opportunity. Your
overwhelming response to me is most gratifying.
Because of this positive response the many hours of
hard effort and labor have made it all worthwhile.
.IANICE G. WINS TON
The tradition of athletic excellence has never been
questioned. Outstanding former Lincoln athletes now
play in major colleges and universities and are in pro-
fesssional sports throughout the country. I believe what
we as Lincoln staff are attempting to do is establish an
academic excellence-a pride in scholarship-to comple-
ment the athletic skills of our graduates. The entire
staff-custodial, clerical, teaching, counseling, and ad-
administrative-are all working to achieve that goal.
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' BQLLETIN '
WHAT THE HI VE MEANS TO ME
What the Hive means to me. The Hive, when I say or think this word, I have to smile because this is my schooland, the
Hive is full of happiness. I have been here for a while. I enjoy Lincoln because of the teachers, Administrators, and
mostly my friends. At school I'm never uncomfortable, because I know where I am, and where I want to be. So here at the
Hive I can freely be me.
I also like the Hive because, most of the ladies and gentlemen are friendly. Our hallways are brightened by posters of
all sorts. I can communicate with any teacher or staff member.
Time passes fast when I'm enjoying myself in any way, so if l'm not careful I can miss the whole day. But that's alright
as long as I am here. So being at the Hive is no time for sorrow, so be happy for now because we are not promised a
Lincoln High is a place filled with dreams and memories. BY: Crystal Taylor
Lincoln has taught me how to improve my skills in great ways.
It's a place that has given me a start for my future.
It's a place where laughter comes at ease, while being a place to experience life with others and help them reach their
It's a place of helping others to learn and believe in themselves, and to reach as high as their goals lead them.
It's a place where I achieved the education I need, by loving, learning, and caring.
My out-look on life has been fresh ever since the day that I enrolled in Lincoln High School.
I've learned to have confidence in myself.
I have learned to be able to look ahead of life, instead of looking behind life.
I feel that Lincoln is a real winner, because it has taught me as well as others to believe in ourselves.
The World is full of dreams,
Lincoln is the place that some-how makes those dreams come true.
AND l LOVE lTl Thanks Lincoln
By, Rhonda Butler
WHAT THE HIVE MEANS TO ME . , .
IT MEANS A CHANCE TO SUCCEED, AT ALL THE DREAMS I HAVE WANTED FOR A LONG TIME, IT MEANS A CHANCE
TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE STUDENTS AND TEACHERS, ALSO TO GET A BETTER EDUCATION. IT MEANS TO GET
T L SSES.
BETTER GRADES AND BET ER C A ANGELA JONES
IT MEANS THAT IT IS THE FIRST HIGH SCHOOL'THAT I WENT TO. IT IS A WELL PUT TOGETHER AND EDUCATED
SCHOOL. THE STUDENTS SHOULD RESPECT AND HAVE CARE FOR EVERYONE, ALSO l'M PROUD TO BE A MEMBER OF
THE HIVE, BECAUSE I AM A CHEERLEADER.
To me Lincoln means many things. Most important of all, it means, I will always have a place to look back on for
memories and old friends.
Through the rest of my life, I will always remember all the friends I met here. I'll never forget them because of all the
fun we had while we learned and studied together.
This will also be a place for me to look back on and cherish the many memories of athletics and school activities. Most
of all winning the CIF Football Championship in I979 and l98O.
Again I tell you, Lincoln is a place that l'll never forget.
The Hive means to me a chance to have fun getting an education. It's also an experience of working with people and
getting along with them. Being able to communicate is very important in life and Lincoln High gives me a chance to learn
The Hive means that I have somewhere to go and get the most of my education and the Hive will prepare me for
college or for all the years in my life. I like the Hive because it is one of the most spirited schools that I have ever went
to. Everyone is so wrapped up in the school.
Lincoln is a school with very high standards. Everybody is trying to succeed in doing their thing in order to
accomplish what they want out of life. The majority here work very hard on unity, to get whatever the job is done.
Lincoln High has lots of confidence in itself. This is my first, but last year at the Hive and I wish I would have attended
here when I was in Junior High. Hopefully my little girl Shamonia will attend Lincoln, because she also attended LincoIn's
nursery and liked it very much. To me the Hive is LIVE!
I TERESA MuLuNs
'SMOOTH SNAKE"-D. BONNER
'WHITE MIKE"-M. CONEY
'DR. DOOM"-M. SAPP
'DR. SWIFT"-EARL L. TROWSDELL
'LIL' LINDA"-L. CARTER
'CHOCOLATE GIRL"-N. STANDARD
'DR. DUNKINSTEIN"-J. THOMAS
'MR. BOOTSY"-L. LOGAN
'MAYNARD MARABLES"-J. MARALES
'PEACHES"-MS. T. BRADLEY
'LIL ROB"-TERRY G. ROBINSON
'EXTRA DARK MARK"-M. WALKER
MAURICE DE GRAFFENREID
GLORIA J. HOOKS
YOLANDA R. HILLER
SMOOTH LADY AQUARIUS
CLASSY LADY AQUARIUS
SWEET SEXY LIBRA
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FREE AVAILABLE SCORPIO
TOO SMOOTH TAURAS
ALL ABOUT AOUARIUS
SO SMART SCORPIO
I PREDICT THAT THE CLASSES IN THE NEAR FUTURE WILL ONE DAY BE AS GOOD AS THIS FANTASTIC CLASS OF I98I.
EARL TROWSDELL I
I PREDICT THAT IN THE NEAR FUTURE WE WILL HAVE TELEVISIONS IN THE HOMES TO TEACH US SO THAT WE WON'T
HAVE TO COME TO SCHOOL.
I PREDICT THAT OUR FOOTBALL TEAM IS GOING TO TAKE THE CIF CHAMPIONSHIP AGAIN, BECAUSE I'M GOING TO BE ON
I PREDICT THAT THE CLASS OF I984 WILL BE THE BEST CLASS THAT'S EVER BEEN AT LINCOLN, BECAUSE WE ARE THE
CLASS WITH THE MOST SPIRIT
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Located in Room II2, Project Lincoln is in its second year
of providing a variety of services to teachers, students.
parents, and to the school generally. Dr. Vance Mills is the l , y yyy city' Y
vice-principal responsible for Project Lincoln resources. A 'Y fig ii
new parking lot and mall, new science classrooms, and 4 .,. ,
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workshops for parents and students are some of Project ,, I
LincoIn's 80-8l accomplishments. .
CENTER FOR MEDICINE 5 HEALTH
One of the City Schools' integration programs, Lincoln's
Center provides students with the finest in career training
in the medicine and health fields. Students from nearly
every high school in the district attend the Lincoln Center
to take classes like Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical
Technician, Biomedical Lab Aide and Exercise Technician.
Field experiences and internships in hospitals and other
health care facilities are a large part of their training.
VE TERINAR Y EDUCA TION
The Veterinary Education class has extensively observed
various fields in Veterinary medicine through field trips,
guest experience and limited work experience. Topics such
as animal nutrition, animal behavior, anatomy, physiology and
study of diseases, are studied. The students carry out R' OP'
numefouas dlssecfionsf Pehaviof 9XP9"im9mS and disease CENTER FOR MEDICINE AND HEALTH TEACHERS-from left: Paul
analysis. The class ,gives the student good background Loozen, Chris Mallory, Lois Krause, R.N., Dallas Smith, EMT. Nancy
knowledge for further study in the field, as well as preparing MCCOY' R.N-- PSSSY Sfewafl-Punches
them for entry level jobs in the Veterinary field.
Students in this class will gain a better understanding of the field of
dentistry, and all of its specializations and educational requirements. This
understanding will come about through activities such as visiting dental
offices and observing various dental procedures, guest speakers, career
investigations, student teaching, and participating in lab activities.
Mel Weisenberg Speaks
BIOMEDICAL LAB AIDE
Students in this course learn how to use modern
laboratory equipment to run clinical tests in
hematology, urinalysis and bacteriology. Graduates can
enter laboratory aide positions or continue their
education to become medical laboratory assistants and
EXERCISE TECHNICIAN CLASS
This course covers basic exercise physiology,
concepts of physical fitness for health purposes and
conditioning for various occupations and recreation
activities. Students work in fields of physical therapy,
youth fitness, sports medicine rehabilitation, athletic
training, exercise leadership and fitness evaluation.
Instructor: Kris Mallory
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
Upon completion of this course, these students will be
certified in the State of California as Emergency Medical
Technicians. They will be able to perform Basic Life Support,
stabilize fractures, control bleeding and insert airways. In
other words, package an ill or injured patient for transport
to an emergency facility.
This class enables the student to become certified by the
State of California as a nursing assistant. lt is an excellent
preparation for those thinking about nursing as a career.
This course teaches the student all the activities that go
on in a busy nurse's station. They become experts at
medical terminology, doctors orders and receptionist skills.
MARCHING BAND AND
This year the Lincoln Marching Band and Drill
Team has been an important part of the Hive. They
have participated in Pep Rallies, J.V. Football games,
Varsity Football games, Parades, C.l.F. games, and
various school performances.
Our officers this year are: Andrew Gholston-Drum
Major, Chrystal Taylor-Band President, Annette Rob-
inson-Letters Colonel, Barbara Sturns-Twirllers Colo-
nel, Mary Bridges-Twirllers Captain, Orlando Wom-
ble-Drum Sargent, and Darrell Redford-Vice-Presi-
Both of these groups are looking forward to par-
ticipating in the C. I.F. Championship Game at the
Stadium on Dec. 6. I98O.
Pride and Excellence is our Band Motto and we do
have Pride in striving towards Excellence.
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Kellen Winslow. San Diego Charger, presents James Can-
non with a Trophy for his speaking abilities
The Drama Club reinacts Rosa Parks refusal to give up her
seat. This sparked the boycott that Dr. King led. Our As-
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King's most famous speeches
Verdie Jackson also excelled in E Donna Jackson relates part of
her speech Black History with a Degree of En-
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All this construction, the piles of dirt and concrete, and the dust and destruction . . . it's hard to believe that all this
eventually resulted in Lincoln's brand-new, beautiful parking lot for teachers and students. Project Lincoln began the first
major renovating of the Hive back in I979, and these pictures show the first few weeks of construction. We now enjoy a new
mall and parking lot, as well as other remodeling improvements in the 4m building. Some of the classrooms in Lincoln's Career
Center for Medicine and Health are located here.
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. ,. WHEN THE 5th YEARBOOK CLASS WOULD HATE TO COME TO CLASS, BECAUSE DAVID BRYANT AND KENNY GLOVER USED TO TELL SUCH I
BUNK JOKES . . ,
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. . . THE TIME WHEN A FIRE CRACKER POPPED IN THE HALL OF THE ICD BUILDING AND PHYILLIS THOMAS FELL . . ,
WHEN THE LA RAZA CLUB GAVE A DANCE FOR 25C AND NOBODY CAME UNTIL THEY SAID YOU COULD GET IN FREE . . .
. .. OUR OUTSTANDING J.V. WAS UNDEFEATED AND WE COULDN'T HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT THESE FANTASTIC YOUNG MEN . . .
WHEN KENNY GLOVER USED TO ALWAYS SAY "MOE-MOE", "NO HAPS," AND "YOu PLAYED ME.", ..
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.., WHEN COACH FLISHER HIT ME BECAUSE I WOuLDN'T DO ANYTHING RIGHT.
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.H MY FIRST DAYS AT LINCOLN WERE SCARY, NOW EVERYTHING IS OKAY ...
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... WHEN WILLIE CHESTER AND I CHEATED ON A TEST IN ENGLISH AND GOT AN "E" ON IT. ...
. . . AT THE HOMECOMING DANCE WHEN BRENDA 8 ARITHA DIDN'T HAVE A DATE AND I DID .. ,
.. . WHEN VALERIE LIED AND SAID SHE FELL UP THE STAIRS IN THE lm BUILDING. , . .
WHEN DAMON ALLEN USED TO TAKE OFF HIS SHIRT IN THE GYM BEFORE PRACTICE TO SEE WHO WANTED TO FLEX AGAINST HIM . ,.
. . . WHEN NITA W,, MICHEAL S. MARLON J., DAVID G., MARLENE T., ZINA HINES AND I WENT TO U.C.S.D. WITH SOME STRANGER WHO COULDN'T
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replace the classrooms there, and students will enioy the benefits of the latest in scientific facilities.
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Ian Duckett. Ms. Rivera. Rachael Strong and Antoinette
Cole ready for announcement of the first prize winner in
the "Who Am I" Contest.
A live celebration of black contributions to American dance.
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BLACK CON TRIBU TIO
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Jones, Del Felton, Liz Hardy, Mary Bridges, Valerie Solan. Row 2: Steve Walker, Chrystal Taylor, Linda Keeling, Trena Duncan, Tim Sharp, Robert Major, Percy
Thompson, John Jones. Row 3: Alan Gentry, Rodney Major, Darrell Redford, Eric Whitaker, Jose Morales, Horace Bryant, Warren Ford, Mario Mitchell, Oliver
Hemphill. Row 4: Darrick Davis, Mahir Hasan, Derrick Bonner, Orlando Womble, Cecil Nolan, Richard King, Lester Loyan. Row 5: Anthony Stephens, Vance
Talley, Lori Jackson, Rodney Grate, Anthony Brown. Drum Major: Andrew Gholston. Missing: Barbara Sturns, Steve Smith, Marguerita Harris.
DRUM CORPS Andrew Gholston, Teddy Williams
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Twirlers-Pat Christian, Pat Foster. Brenda Glover. Mary Bridges, Barbara Sturns, Valerie Sloan, Liz
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Marilyn Harvey, Linda Faye Miles, Ruth Jones. Row 2, Louise
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Payne, Hazel Bagby, Connie Whitlock, Charlette Strong, Verna
Overstreet, Daphine LeBlanc, Sylvia Howard, Mr. Errol Woods
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Antonio Newman, Greg Brown, Alvin Wiley. Not Shown: Jackie
Bell. Pamela Daniels, Valerie McGeo, Kahuna Pinckney, Brenda
Walton, Keith Whitside, Raphael Wilkins, Earl Echols, Anthony
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Vejar, J. Cannon. Row 3. A. Leasau, E.
Edwards, C. Casillas, C. Fuller, M. Davis,
D. Bragg. A. Robinson. D. Bryant, L. Todd.
B. Lane. Missing: Mrs. Williams CAdvisor5.
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
A. Brooks, K. Hill. C. Cockerham, A. Ramos. Row 2: R. Butler.
M. Johnson, B. Lane. Row 3: C. Casillas, D. Bragg. J. Cannon.
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Harold Moore. Donald Carter, Donald Mitchell
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Speed. Gwen Brown. Row 4: Cathy Bonner, Velma Williams, Charlotte Over-
street, Cathy Lessier. Row 51 Charlette Strong. Robin Parris. Delonna George,
Linda Valladolid CCordinatorD,
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Front Row: Saga Pylant, Edmond Harris.
Row 2: Eddie Shaw, Samuel Baker. Win-
burn Butler, Sharon Smith, Mrs. Pucci,
Garey Cotton, Lolita Harrison, Carla An-
Sorita Mays, Elaine Martinez, Kevin Coo-
per. Row 2: Terry Robinson, Gayle Wat-
kins, Valerie Sloan, Barbara Sturns, Gerald
Blackman, Garey Cotton, Michael Miles,
Mr. McDaniel, James Cannon. Missing:
Sharon Smith, Meloney Evans. Charlene
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Blanch Ward, Elisa McElvaine. Sonia Evans. Row
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Smith, Anthony Cook, Robert Hunt, Kevin Wil-
liams. Missing: Shon Diggs, Mark Groce. Garey
Cotton, James Wise, Linda Rogers, D'Andre Con-
ner, Deanne Grayson. Joshlyn Suseberry, Kim
Row I: Darrell Redford. Diane Smittick, Erika Fernandez Dell Felton Jim Beachan Row 2 Mr Brown
CAdvisorJ, Arthur Felton, Sandra Ellis, Elaine Martinez Rene Ellis Annette Robinson James Cannon
Cheryl Evans, Darlene Love, Gail Watkins CPresldentD Jackie Owens Sharon Smith Row 2 Lynn Johnson Sonya Robinson Janet Pete Tonya Vaults Aretha
Thomas. Gwen McSwain, Lisa Ivory, Gwen Radford Tawanda Walker Barbara Tutson Andrea Voldase Row 3 Phyllis Robinson fVIC8 Presldentj Gina Easley
Tracy Guy, Carla Blackmann, Felicia Richardson Renee Smith Renee Ellis Dora Buckhannon Terry Taylor Jackie Bonner Sherrie Daughtery Mrs Brewer
QAdvisorD. Row 4: Jeannie White, Chere Webb Mary Murray Kim Finley Wanda Williams Missing Tanlquah Love Sonya Hunley Colleen Warner Japolca
Melvin. Vicki Jones. Tania Malveaux, Jonett Marshall Marlene Turner Paula Curtis Anna McElyea Melba Brown Angela Woodson
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Sergio Mesa. Hugo Juarez. Salvador Sandoval, Edward Solis, Armando Mesa. Alex Row 2- Sonia Reynoso Sandra Elvia Silva Sylvia Ve'ar.
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Sylvia Reynoso, Sandra Reynoso. Teresa Garcia, Lupe Torres. Lidia Contreras. Eulogia Bonilla, Pedro Castaneo. Missing: Martha Pina.
Guadalupe Becerra, Leticia Vasquez. Carolina Alcoser, Alfredo Lueuano, Carmen Samaniego, Rosa Benavides, Armando Vasquez, Cipriano
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Lana Hendrix Cmotherb. Shannon. Anneite Ware Qmotherj, Maurice. Juana Sanchez Cmotherb, Alicia. Velma
Katrina Dawkins Cmotherj, Marquis, Cheryl Davies Cmotherj. Michael. Alice Jackson Cmotherj, Mrs. Jensen,
Melisha. Gaye Williams Cmotherb, Ladonna. Mrs. Thompson, Piccola Simon Cmotherb, Michael, Rosales
fmotherb, Oscar, Carlos. Missing: Ms. Stiles. Valerie Harris, Japoica Melvin, Ms. Wanda Williams, Anna
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BIO-MEDICAL LAB SCIENCE
Front Row: Katherine Palma, Olga Clark, Susana Chan
Gregory Fort. Row 2: Peggy Stewart-Funches, John Over
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Front Row: Bill Thibodean, Peter Ramiscal, Edward
Lontos, Dennis Mitchem. Row 2: Marilyn Snyder.
Chere Fuller, Jeffrey Hart, Barry Brumfield. Sandra
Long, Elvira Arevalo, Row 31 Heather Jennings, Mi-
chele Fisher, Mary Jennings, Tom Collins, Gloria
Crosby. Beatriz Arellano. Row 4: Toby Couble, Mar-
go Pena, Theo Huff, Shelia Turner. Hector Cobian.
Martha Hurtado, Velma Williams. Missing: Carla
Bengtson, Andrea Kalectaca.
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'auszer. Row 2. Karen Starks,
Knthia Gray. Elise Taylor, Dar-
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Sanchez, Row 2. Annetta Ware. Michelle Smith. Donna Johnson, Lidia DelaPena, Sonis Abays,
Gloria Guillen, Marilyn Snyder Clnstructorj. Row 3. Nancy McCoy Clnstructorj, Monica Womble,
Renee Young. Marianne McCoy.
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Shorter, Lynette Robinson, Portia Gregory, Tanya Cadiz. Row 2: Ms. Nancy McCoy R.N., Mary Atwood,
Gisele Lackey, Wendi Otterback, Alicia Loving, Tim Edgington, Siobhan Kelly, Diane Smittick, Rose Winfrey.
Gwenaida Ivory, Ms. Lois Krause R.N. Row 3: Gretchen Butt, Beth Sherrard, Mary Belisario, Pat Perez, Marie
DeIRosario, Theresa Wiggins. Belinda Hampton, Cathy Telfer, Carole Legras.
BIO-MEDICAL LAB SCIENCE
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Row 2 Chris Price, Marlo Reed, Leland Maddox, Sam Carter, Marlon Johnson, James Hughes. James Robinson, David Bryant, Anthony Brooks.
Row 3 Head Coach Vic Player, Toni Poumele, John Rush, David Mondane, Vincent Howard, Coach Roy Reed
Row 4 Coach Washington, Damon Allen, Ronald Bray. Steve Pierce, Brian Dantzler, Jose Waterman, Drafton Bunch. Greg Brown, Coach Flisher.
Row 5 Coach Courtney, Carl LaGroone, Tony Gunn, Donminic Caldwell, Nobert Eferson, Elevin Gueston. Michael Sapp, Trainer John White
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2 Hornets vs Madison I4
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C.l.F. Champs Again This year I98O
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J.V, FOOTBALL ROSTER
Mike Alen, Tyron Beaver. Adrian Brown, Don Evans, Mike Flynt, Mike Foster, Alan Gentry, Vernon Halton, Rodney Hill, Eric Hayes, Brian
Hilton, Greg Houston, David Marshall, Guy Pearly, Ascelio Ramos, Anthony Reed, Even Rushing, Steve Jackson, Joe Ledford, Tony Todd,
Gordon Hoble, Lavall Shelton, Ramon Vasquez, lsiah White, Tony Newman, James Williams, Ted Williams, John Rush, Pat Johnson, Tony
Tupuola, Kevin Miles, Jose Waterman, Mike Owens.
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especially after taking the championship again
this year. This makes the fourth year in a row
that the J.V. has taken the championship. The
effort and hard work extended by the coaches
and players is truly an asset to the HORNET'S
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The Hive has gone to the stadium 3 out of
the last 4 years and has won every time we
went. We the sport editors of the yearbook
would like to thank the coaching staff and play-
ers for helping us put this page of the C.I.F.
together. We were very proud of the way we
acted at the stadium. We at Lincoln proved
that we are the best, by everything that we set
out to do. Good luck to next year's football
David Bryant and Garey Cotton
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Row I Victor Zuniga. Armando Gomez. Clemente Casillas. Alvin Bryant Row 2 Norman El-Amin. James Cannon, Mark Davis, Kevin Mitchell
Coach Jim Richards. Row 3 Greg McCastle, Tony Powell. Not shown Fernando Gomez.
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Robin Fuller. Renae Murray. Tia Turner.
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COACH. THE GAMES IS ALMOST OVER.
The Lincoln Hornets Girls Softball Team. This year the team
didn't get off to a flying start. but they soon got it together
anyway. The team has a lot of experienced players, most of
them have played Bobby Sox. The Hornets won a few and lost a
few. They practice very hard everyday, sometimes they take
their weekends to come and practice to be a good team for
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Donna Jackson-Yolanda Moon, Delphia Emery, Cassandra Bailey. Yolandna Hiller,
Kenny Glover, Aretha Thomas, Chris Price. Row Two: Rene Murray, Arthur Page,
Pamela Haynes, Armondo Gomez, Estella Peterson, Patricia McCoy.
C.S.F. NOT PICTURED
Dora Buckhanon, Michelle Cato, Apryl Clay, Carol Fuller, Brigette Lane, Carlos
Lepe, Cookie Miller, Daphne Winston, Carol Candler, Gwen Redford.
California Scholarship Federation at Lincoln High School
One of the organizations at Lincoln is C.S.F.. an honorary society for
students who have attained high scholarship and citizenship averages. This
organization is a very unique one. For membership, Freshmen or students
entering from another school are required to have atleast 3 A's and one B in
While you're reading this article and wondering if you are eligible for this
organization, stop wondering and go to B-8 and check with Mrs. Dunn, CSF
advisor. She is a very nice and fair lady who has a special process to pick
students for CSF. First, she would like you to come to B-8 and give her your
name. Then she checks your credits.
There are special activities for CSF students. On Friday, February 20th,
there was a field trip to Disneyland, for example for all the CSF members in
Being in CSF is a reward for students who earn high grades in senior high
school. CSF Life membership is available to students who have high grades
for four semesters, including one semester of their senior year. Life Mem-
bers are called CSF sealbearers, and are entitled to special honors. This
year's CSF officers are. Aretha Thomas CPresidentJ, Carol Fuller CSecretaryJ,
Arthur Page CTreasurerJ, and Chris Price QWriterJ.
CSF members can also provide tutoring to students who need extra help in
their academic courses.
A by Christopher Price
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CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
to the Class of 8I
lndustrlal Arts Department
It IS Important that all of your commltments to be as strong as
steel I hope that all of your llfe s endeavors wlll not be photo
flnlshes Have a successful and happy Ilfe Ted Scales Metals and
mileage and short gas Ilne and your morning free of flat tures and
dead batteries Howard Kelso Auto Mechanics
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The Class Of 81
He Arms Too Low
Who Arms Beneath
COACH RICHARD SMITH
COACH JAMES RICHARD
COACH CORNELL WARNER
COACH VIC PLAYER
COACH GARY FLISHER
COACH ROY REED
COACH GEORGE DELYS
COACH TED BECKER
COACH CHARLIE MANN
COACH SUE WANNER
COACH MARY WADE
COACH DOT ROBINSON
COACH SHAN DENISTON
TRAINER JOHN WHITE
AIDE SADIE HISBON
C ONGRA TULA TIONS
to the l98I Graduates
Cadet LTC Lorl Jackson
to the class of
The Real Hornet Strength
rests ln your ablllty to
Succeed and persevere
From the Lincoln Counseling
staff and student
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5067 Logan Ave
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MELONY EVANS CMODERATORJ, DARREL FORNEY, ANTOINETTE
COLE, JAMES CANNON, DONNA JACKSON, ANNETTE ROBINSON, IAN
DUCKETT presented a synopsis of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and
speeches to the Kiwanis Club at their breakfast meeting at the Black
Frog in February. The presentation lasted over half an hour Cmost of it
was memorizedj. lt was so moving that when it was over, there was not
a dry eye to be found. Hornets, the Drama Club, the Key Club and the
Kiwanis Club salute you.
WE SAL U TE
i980-8l KEY CLUB
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James Cannon, Rosa Cesena. Jackie Bonner Rena Barnes
Rozelia Felton. Angela Jones, Annette Robinson Diane
Smittick, Mr. Dennis W. Brown
George Fontaine CKIWANIS PRESD and Mr Brown
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To Cassandra 8 The Senior Class of 'Sir
Set A High Standard
Be not satisfied with reaching a low standard. Many who are qualified to do excellent work accomplish little
because they attempt little. Thousands pass through life as if they had no great object for which to lives no high
standards to reach. One reason for this is the low estimate which they place upon themselves. Christ paid an
infinite price for us and according to the price He paid He desires us to value ourselves. God has given us reasoning
powers not to remain inactive. We are not what we might be, or what it is God's will that we should be. No one
should consent to be mere machines run by another man. God has given us the ability to think and to act, and it is by
acting with carefulness, looking to him for wisdom that you will become capable of bearing burdens. Stand in your
God-given personality. Be no other person's shadow. Expect that the Lord will work in, by and through you. Never
think that you have learned enough and that you may now relax your effortst the Cultivated Mind is the measure of
the Man. Your education should continue during your life time. Everyday you should be learning and putting
practical use the knowledge gained. Remember that in whatever position you may serve, you re revealing motive
and developing character. Whatever your work, do it with exactness and with diligence. Overcome the inclination
to seek an easy task of the easy way out.
TO THE CLASS OF l98I
MUCH HEALTH AND SUCCESS FOR A
LONG AND PROSPEROUS FUTURE
YOU WILL BE MISSED A GREAT DEAL
LOVE STEPHANIE JOE
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l98l GRA DUA TES I
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The following are a few examples from the clairvoyant discourses of Edgar Cayce regarding the Bible. Q-7
What present printed version of the Bible gives the nearest to the true meaning of both the New and Old
Testaments? A-7 The nearest true version for the entity is that ye apply of whatever version ye read, in your
life. It isn't that ye learn from anyone. Ye only may have the direction. The learning, the teaching is within self.
For where hath He promised to meet thee? Within the templel Where is that temple? Within! Where is heaven
on earth? Within! Meet they Savior there . . .
There have been many versions of that which was purposed to have been written, and has been changed
from all of those versions, but remember that the whole Gospel of Jesus Christ is: "Thou shalt love the Lord thy
God with all thy mind, thy heart, and thy body, and thy neighbor as thyself." Do this and thou shalt have eternal
life. The rest of the book is trying to describe that. lt is the same in any language, any version.OO72-l4'J
For there by many misinterpretations. poor translations, but to find fault with that thou hast and not used
same is to make excuses that you haven't it as it was given .. . C28l-205
For much might be given respecting that ye have that ye call the Bible. This has passed through many hands.
Many that would turn that which was written into the meanings that would suit their own purposes, as ye
yourselves oft do. But if ye will get the spirit of that written there ye may find it will lead thee to the gates of
heaven . . . Read it to be wise. Study it to understand. Live it to know that the Christ walks through same with
But study and know thy relationship to the Creator. No better handbook may be used than the Scripture
'e numbers following verbatim quotes identify the case number as it is cataloged at the library of the
Association for Research 8 Enlightenment, Inc.. Virginia Beach, Va.
GERMAN S ENTERPRISES
Ste ve Says
All You Hornets
Keep The Hive
Easter s Travel
Super Seniors Of I98I
Strive To Be Best
You Made It!
RE YMA PILI2? room PHY
3703 4th Ave.
San Diego, Ca. 92lI3
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l2th Grade Honor Students
Ist Row-Lorne Todd 3.50, Donna Jackson 3.50, Kim Finley 3.75, Cassandra Bailey 3.67. Yolanda Hiller 3.83, Aretha Thomas 3.83. April Clay
3.7l, Leland Maddox 3.67, Chris Price 3.67 2nd Row-Armando Gomez 3.83. Fernando Gomez 3.50, Olga Clark 3.50. Kenny Glover 3.57, Renae
Murray 3.7l, Greg Fort 3.50. Arthur Page 3.57, James Hughes 3.83, James House 3.50. Not Pictured-Kathleen Hill 3.57, Fairy McEIvaine 3.57.
Patricia Lawrence 3.50. Jose Morales 3.50, Valaria Sloan 3.50.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
A PATRICIA CHRISTIAN, ANGELA CUNNINGHAM, OLGA CLARK
""" LORNA TODD.
First Row-Anna McElyea, Sec. Lagi Pau, Pres. Tuuaga Savusa, Pia Pauu Vice Pres. Dora Poumele, Treas, Mona Misa Sec,
Row-Tracy Viavia, Sandy Tafulu, Cookie Pauu, Tile Poumele Third Row-Sili Papalii. Joe Tauanuu, Tui Launiu. Junior Aiese
Nora Poumele Fourth Row-Morris Misa. Kahuna Pickney. Tavita Aiese
God Bless You Damon
In everything you do
Do you need a extra IHCOITTG7
There s no hlrlng freeze with us
Love Rosell Thompson
264 7669 269 9431
To Damon Allen Hornet s Quarterback
Congratulations on your achievements
and best wishes to you In your future
7 ll store H9340 6990 University
C ongratulatlon tt "
We love you take God with you
IH all you do and you wlll succeed
Uncle Alonzo Aunt Beverly
S Alonzo jr
Best Wshes to Damon Allen
and all the l98l Graduates'
Thomas L Knox Sr 8
Evernell Knox 8 Children
Alumni of Lincoln Michael I96 7
C ynthla l96 7
Sylvla I96 7
Best Vlhshes to Damon Allen
O What a Beautiful Morning O What a Beautiful
Day Everything s going your way
Sometimes the world comes to us decent 5 sane
yet at other times If comes as being mad and
But keep looking upwards
Trust ln the lord with all your heart and
lean not to thy own understanding ln all
thou ways acknowledge hlm and he will
direct your path Proverb 3 5 6
We are proud of you Continue Success to
You are talented and very Inspirational T0 3 Wgndgrful ygung man
Your GodParents Ralph 5 Lucille Fowler
May God Bless and Keep you
EFICKH Karen 5 Kenny Rev Walter David Brown
Frank 5 Arlene Rempp Mr. E. "Danny" Miles
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C ONGRA TULA TIONS TO THE
DISTINGUISHED CLASS OF l98l
TWICE C.I.F. FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
I979-I98OI2-O TEAM RECORD
l98Ol98l-SET IO C.I.F. RECORDS
HAROLD ALLEN'MR. LINCOLN IQ77 CATTENDING USDD
MARCUS ALLEN-MR. LINCOLN I978 QATTENDING USCJ
MICHAEL ALLEN-CLASS OF I983
MICHELLE ALLEN-CLASS OF I983
DARIUS ALLEN-CLASS OF I994
To Damon Allen And The
2 time champion Hornets l979-80
From Darius 's Buddies
Adam 8 Lisa
To Damon Allen
You are a outstanding athlete,
above all. You ha ve held to
all your Christian training!
I wish you continue
success and happiness in
all your endeavors.
WE LOVE YOU FROM YOUR FAMILY
LIFE GIVEN TO GOD, FAMILY 8 HUMANITY
LIFE GIVEN TO THE YOUTH
UNCLE BOBBIE BROWN
COACH OF FREEMAN ta WASHINGTON I926 I98O
GOD TOUCH THEM AND THEY TOUCH ME!
GOD, HELP ME TO TOUCH AND HELP OTHERS
FROM THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES
HELEN A. GHOLSTON-CHAIR PERSON
R Z ASBURY
P IL DIEHL
STEVE M DANIEL
BETTY LOU WARD
Best Wshes To The
Class Of '81
From The Math Dept
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