Alhambra High School - Torch Yearbook (Martinez, CA)

 - Class of 1967

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I Aw U a ,5O!Q,O3 W US? f 3, W ' Q X QQQX Zfliighwg A U X .2235 -2365 25:2 9 U 9 gb? cw A XKf4 Qg?, cm A3739 X ,D ,2fi?1 3 QgQV?yQ 327 ba 4 f 'fiifx' Allaambwf mga some Nlmdmg Calqwaw oUww59 , ' U ' 'fN ldv ' , J Edifofu Jgnyfjvk L5nwQwausow Busiwss Mgu SU Miss Tulwjaww Advlsofv Tagbw Pubhsldng Coupoug Pkofogmphg B5 Nemw Qclwolf . .15 se W rv l T T i X """ Bihar' T l IN sr QQ 4 I 'I emacs o.'uuRu T 2 ,A V,,W,,,.,,,-, , z--i-9 W 2 3511 School Board: Dr. Cobb, Charles Laird, Richard Benedict, Maurice Huguet Jr., and Murel King. This past year has been a Rendezvous With Time that none of us will ever forget. Now is our time to look back over the year and remember what we have done. Alhambrans have found time for sports, rallies, clubs, dances, and parties: and still have found time for classes and homework. This yearbook will mean many different Things to each individual. We have recaptured many of these moments within the covers ofthe T967 Torch. The hourglass and clock that are used throughout The yearbook are symbolic of the ever-moving, ever-present elernelnt of our lives-time. Time at Alhambra is short for the seniors as there are few grains of sand left in their high school hourglass. However, the hourglass will be turned over to start a new year for next year's Alhambrans. Throughout This Torch we will be able to look back on fond memories of our 1966-67 Rendezvous With Time. 'hi MA mga Kinde shows off his new band uniform during halftime c football game. -L-Zi"H en 4 " Zeppa, "Steph" Nichols, "Joesphine" Lopez and "Cindy" Drake took the Io yell leaders every Friday for their English class. I Qenioas Adiuiiies 9P0"f5 Clubs Classes AJS b O.K. you guys, stop cappin. on usl ww N- : rl 96 148 J: ,4 if . vig 14.3 Hz? qv ' . 1 i G'-'ll '-Ami, Qlvw 1 'K 3 f I I 5 . ,Mu , .. --""' I 1 .V :Li g, with no luckl ith. 'X .1 r1...- If XX --ef .W 'T '.-3 i x 4 6 AT'wwFofu i un. Steve Golden turns on his manly charms to leave an impression an his Two class mates. 4 One of the best classes in a school day is Bnunch. Barbara Coy and Hennie Van de Veld walk up to the brunch room. Reggie Susini had a case of stage fright the day he played "Sexy Sue" af the first rally. Mary Goodman assisted with The makeup. Spike drinks the spirit of Alhambra from The Bulldog spiri1'or's jug. 5 Good Luclef Mm. Bwigsbwm , . The 1967 Torch Staff dedicates this yearbook to a man who has given young people of Martinez nearly forty years of service. He began his teaching career at Alhambra in 1928, Transferred to Martinez Junior High, anal returned to Alhambra in 1960. He has been active in youth and adult organizations, including Sea Scouts, DeMolay, Kiwanis Club, Masonic Lodge, and the Eastern Stars, Whether volun- teering his time, or iust doing his iob, he conscientiously strives to better his community. Professionally, he has served as president of the Contra Costa Education Association, and the Martinez Education Association. As a member of the Execu- tive Board of the California Teacher's Association, he was a key man in setting up the present California Teacher's Retirement System. He was appointed by the Governor to the State Board of Education, and served in this capacity for three terms. Because of his long record of service to youth and to his community, and because of his genuine concern for Alhambra students, the staff is proud to dedicate this 1967 Torch to Mr. Herbert F. Bergstrom. 27" -4 . 3' Duve Willett gets some help on o Mechanical Drawing problem. Liftle things like helping to draw a correct line has mode Mr. Bergstrom a well respected teacher. 7 ATMQFQ is .,,.:::,,, ! x, 1 2 , , a4li.L.'f,aLr,,3, 4 Alhambra's curriculum is wide and varied. There is a course of study open to each and interests. A student patterns his program to tit his goals in lite. Alhambra boasts a faculty ot many different educational backgrounds which aids desired knowledge. There are many component parts of Alhambra to keep things running smoothly. Tl Executives, Secretaries, and Maintenance. They keep Alhambra ticking as do the gears of satisfy his academic ,needs in acquiring Their lude: Fa cu Ity, Counselors, ck. Tlwg Help OwuQclmoo0fG1wwv 'ii i, ll 'vi' Responsible for the operation of the school and for carrying out the educational programs set by the policies of the Governing Board are Dr. Grenville C. Jones, Alhaml::ra's principal, and Mr. Thomas R. Turner, superintendent of the Martinez Unified School District. Alhambra's Deane of Girls, Mrs. Helen Nunes, is in charge of Girl's League. Mrs, Nunes directs student functions and also supervises classroom teachers, Mr. Hestdalen, Dean of Boys, handles student finance, directs teacher supervision, and' disciplines students. eu1asusAvwga.si219isp0umaws.m ..-:?.f T ' P 1 ?f' . ss i X 5 'V 5 ,P x ff! , , ' H 'fl . ,. l knelt If Q I r I ' ,i Qu- . ' lf I l g ' 0 Ni -Q-'..t W A4 . SJ I fr W 3 1301 .. Q A -1 , Z.-, -4 Mrs. Mary Birch Mrs. F. Dunning University of London University of California 51"- Mr. Robert Harrison Linfield College Alhambra's five coun- selors help students pre- pare for the future in many ways. The coun- selors help students plan their programs while in school and also advise the students what to do after graduation. Hun- dreds of academic and personal problems are also solved with pa- tience and understand- ing by Alhambra's fine counselors. f t "1 i-,l- . 5 ' ,.-- 1 Mr . 'x . f . t-.'1 A . it i if A s i' on r iss i i or " X , s T.. L...--G-Y' ., - ' "' " 'Jw , " ff,-. at Mr. Giles Boucher Mr. Alex McBride Rice University Montana State University ' l-lwlpUs iwafGrwa1bMan5WwJs Mrs. Saunders Mrs. Sullivan Mrs. Cellini There are quite a few people a school must have 'ro function as well as Alhambra does. Some of these people are the school secretaries. Giving passes, veri- fying illnesses, handling funds, and showing sympathy when needed are iusf a few of their many tasks. Mrs. McGrath Mrs. Shields Mrs. Nierhake Mrs. Head Mrs, DellaRosa Mulllv og Owv Mrs. Nancy Menkln, Librarian Alhambra's library holds important sources of information for our students. Under the guidance of Mrs. Menkin, who ably handles the library, we can learn through books of the past, present and future. We find our library especially useful around term paper and book report time, but once in awhile it's fun to lust browse through all the interesting books and find something to read for pure enjoyment. Prom How Larry Jasman uses one of the many reference books in our library. IP-Si-AV Tn-4 Mrs. Mordell Bickel, Library assistant , ,Z Dave Silva takes a book off the shelf while Jerry Cliff Souza and Danny Coy look through the card catalog. Brown and Dale Cornelius study at a table. I - I 1 Gerald Anderson San Francisco State I ,--eff' LeRoy Merchant Linfield College Depa rtment Head In this fast moving, ever world, mathematics has become more of a demand. To keep up with the rocket age Alhambra has acquired a self sufficient mathematics department to provide AIhambra's students with this knowledge. Included in the curric- ulum of our Math Department are arith- metic, general math, Algebra I and ll, geometry, and trigonometry. changing istlwflcegtwpwgmss Yousif Daiani Steve Edwards Utah State College Fresno State College A-qv -'fav fi William Perrins Donald Roberts Idaho College Indiana State University . .- . gale.. Algebra II students conscientiously applying the principles they have learned at Alhambra. Business D FofuA Mow l l l N. .eu-.,,.f i""?:'r Mr. William McNeill Mrs. Darlene Harris Mr. Davis Cleaves F'-'Y Miss Dorothy Greeley Mrs. Myrtle Rhoades Mrs. LucilleiStrecker Typing is one of the more important business skills taught at Alhambra. Here students practice from a typing manual. The business department provides a program of skills which will enable stu- dents to engage in a more profitable future. Many students will use their skills to further their education, and many others will go directly from high school into a working world. Regardless of whether they go into the business world or not, our students will encounter a great number of opportunities to uti- lize the business skills they have learned. They can also be secure in the knowl- edge that they have learned these skills from competent and worthwhile teachers. 4 y pq' Mrs. Ruth Spade lDept. Headl Many of man's problems could be solved if people had the ability to effec- tively communicate with each other, With effective communication, hatred and dis- trust would be replaced with mutual understanding. Alhambra's fourteen English teachers try to help students bet- This is a highly technical experiment put on by Freshmen John Hiall, Pete Turn- 1-er Communicgfe fheif thoughts Gnd loaugh, and Rich Cabral, involves sensory perception. ideas. l L s it so ffl x . Mrs. Diane Taylor Mrs. Jean Wirick Mrs. Claire Guichard . - iw? Y W ini, ft Miss Tula Jaffe Miss Virginia Kenney Mr. Robert Mott i6 mewiogm anglais , 'k . 3, fl ' . Y K Q ILP? ngl, Mrs. Wilma Connor Mrs. Freda Davis Mr. Marion Netherlain 4IhA-, Y r rr" ,H Miss Helen Patterson Mr, Thomas Pickett Mrs. Katherine Rich ""v- Journalism Gordon Peters acts out a part of A Separate Peace as other members of Mrs. Sp:1de's third' period English class look on. Tivwugiu Science, We Mr. Bell Mr. Baum Mr. Martin Martin Baily and friends use biology class in an interesring wcy. Mr. Gierke I! , avi - , 'hi , ,", 2 lv i The "Mod Scientist" demonstrates: "And offer I fill this fest Tube, l'll finish everyon-e off!" Mr. J. Reynolds Mr. Okawachi AHS science department is ever striv- ing to increase its knowledge in order to keep up with the progress of the fast moving scientific age. This knowledge, obtained through constant years of study can be passed on to the students here at Alhambra. W l ,r 3 lv . , . X I it , Qi-,ff 0 , I" I ,i , ,J Cf To do a thorough iob on all experiments, biology classes must have class freedom. Time does not weigh heavily on our deeply engrossed science students. I9 Language f ,, ' i 1 Q AP' il Mr. Leyland Holder Mrs, Mary Clement Tonpiliinson e yy ,H V U--i,.,faci,c-,1,X if xv Language is an important part of our curriculum. Through it, we have learned of other lands and other peoples, By continually seeking this know- ledge, we may better understand other cultures. Diligent workers in the language lab. Under the supervision of Mrs. Anita Lyser, Alhamlora's art instructor, our students can experience the satisfaction of creativity through varied and excit- ing art courses. Mrs. Anita Lyser Kim. Alhambra's artists at work. 7 f f ZMJQ 5iQf?4,WfL A Wommfs Womb is Ncwefv Dow! Hernandez looks for something to help with her sewing proiecf. in fh- I Barber pins Pam Zehren's hem as Lou freri looks on. 'ws if, f Mrs. Maxine Barber i Illlhi K ,' Mrs. Horfense Ca rpenfer Mrs. Eleanore Lister Denise Lopez is having fun concocfing a special recipe. The goal of most girls is Thar of wife and homemaker. Through our Homemaking De- partment, girls are prepared for This most irnporfanf iob with The learning of cooking, ,sewing, wardrobe planning, marriage procedure, manners, and life in general. 21 ocialb ' f'-'Af' ' Miss, Melba Fitzpatrick ,"' 4 I . I ' ' i . , , ' AA 1 I J Miss Diana Chang Mrs. Helen Mehoudar H5 : Mr. Ray Reynolds amlftlwwoaldf oQTodmJ Mr. Bill Harbin Mr. Al Jamieson 1' 'is al. 5 1 l. U Mr. Rich McLaughlin Mr. James Nichols 141' . rg! X Mr. Joseph Kokaisl Social studies helps us to un- derstand the complicated world of today. To understand this world and to prepare for the future we must first know the past. The history classes at Al- hambra teach us about past ways of lite so that we may compare them with our own. Current problems which our so- ciety is plagued with are also discussed in American problems classes. Qiwwv aadfQpecialb ln front of Buffalo Bill, one of the boys' dorms. Comp Sierra is a place for meeting people, and Kathy Heitkam got to be good friends with Charlotte. Camp Sierra for mentally handicapped children is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of the State of California. Last year we were honored with the Governors Award as the outstanding community volunteer service group in the State of California for 1965. During the 8 years that Camp Sierra has been in operation, the growth of the program has been amazing. During that time, we have outgrown five rented campsites. We are now looking for property on which we may build our own permanent campsite. When we have accomplished this we plan to share it on a year-round basis with other groups who are serving handicapped children. There is a great ioy and satisfaction in serving others through Camp Sierra. lt seems to be highly contagious. As the Camp Di- rector, I find that the enthusiasm and loyalty of the young persons who serve on our staff, returning year after year, represents volunteer service at its best. Many of these young persons come from Alhambra High School. lf you are sixteen years of age or older and would like a rare and unusual experience in serving others, why don't you apply next summer? Just drop in to Room A-4 anytime, and l'll be glad to accommodate you! . . . M. Wilson Special Education is on important part of any school. Mrs. Wilson has done o great iob of working with students who need extra help and of preparing them for life after their schooling. ' AriBlCeepsBo3sM ' Mr. Tommy Colne Mr. Herbert Bergsfrom all o , J m . Mr. Jclck Hodgman I Y J 15110: I -S- Mr. Leslie Schroder r "'f. Mr. Do rrel Lloyd on his shop project. l Mr. Luka Sekulich Mr. Floyd Sheppard Joe Gollamore is doing c thorough iob rwwdiwvspwwva Mrs. Linda Albinger Mr. Robert Heasfon Mr. Ralph Jackson 1 ,. I ill- Mrs. Vera Verdi A . i gl i x Mr. Ed iDukei Snider Mr. Charles Tourville il ii.: ,f i ' Y N Mrs. Lillian Gannon Miss Virginia Parent Physical education is a program designed To help keep Us fit and healfhy. If Teaches sportsmanship and keeps us alert Through compefifion. Alhambra's physical educaiion staff is Trained To assist Us in keeping our bodies condifioned and useful. Nwwiag o if ' if 'Z I Karen Grisham reads to o patient at the County pital while Elindo Rampoldi holds his milkshoke. Alhambra High School was the first in this area to give its students the on-the-iob voca- tional experience of a Nursing Observation program. Through this program, Mrs. Vickery helps place students into hospitals, and they come into actual contact with patients and nursing staff. This enables the girl to see the inside story of nursing and helps her to decide whether she wishes to continue a career in nursing. Mrs. Myra Vickery, nurse l f HDS- Jackie Claeys, Claire Devereaux, Bev Cook and Rosalie Fraser attend to housekeeping chores at the hospital ,Y-..-. 4. yr , I i L, '- ' f 59 I. ,y -, ' ,rr I A V' Z C -. 2. 5 no O U' Ill m - 4 n 1 o J 10 -. c a. QD :s -. K' :U o ur 2 5. 'fl - a UI KD I' .Q Q :. 0 U fl 4 IB -1 KD a C 2' 'U Q -. Q Z a 1 .Q cn fb 4 0 o o 2' E 5. o. a E o 3 'U 2 9: ond Jackie Claeys, 26 Karen Grisham, Linda Nolte, li Lili l Teachers Aides: Margaret Viale, Kathy Pedro, Janet Wainwright, Vickie Bennett, Linda Burns, Joe Lopez, Debbi Goodchild, Kay Ulry, Louise Cerri not pictured Jacqueline Harbin andxChery Myh Teachers Aide is taken as a class for one period each day by those seniors interested in Jenny Quadros, Marty Wood, Sue Scott, Nancy Reynolglgv Candy Suggett, Colleen Rooney, Carla T ""'fl l sf- l T1 going into teaching as ct pro- fession. The students go to dit- ferent classes and help teachers with their various duties. lt has been found to be a worthwhile experience for both students and teachers. gc Mr. Dean Tutt, Work Experience coordinator Soule, Michelle Vermett, Pom Rangel, The I. W. E. students get on the iob training. They also come into contact with men and women experienced in different fields. This program enables students to step right into jobs after graduation. Montecito. 'x Harbin, another teachers aid, helps o student Mrs. Lewis - Neighborhood youth coordinator. 27 Row I Susan Gladstone Alice Oversfreet Judy Elder Kathy Moore Susan Rouse Debby Treadway Mary Stinfson Dorofhy Sivley 'Row 2 May Burdine Patfy Cambra Larry Eller Karen Chaney Joanne Stamate Dale Cornelius Greg Peterson Bev Smith Judy Foreman Mark Pistochini John Fink Row 3 Sus Hanrahan Don Hinrichsen Russ Fernandez Phil Kaufmann- Phil Jacobson Arletia Zehrung Susan Daiani Debbie Merriti Cherie Sforiz Jim Gideon Jan French Linda Inman Debbie Lindsay Randy Trainer Grant Graves Robin Bedell Row 4 John Grondalski Mike McBride Neal Livingsfon Mark Macaluso Doug Myhre Yvonne Moss Dennis Maria Laurel Cerri Cheri Gillespie Nancy Forrest Shirley Campbell Linda Harriefh Dorothy Matthews Cindy Marin El!muGJ"'i'.f' ".:?.:XiL3fig- ' 1. , A X Alhambra's band is a highly active group. l1' and The Sf. PaTrick's Day Parade in San Francisco. A.H.S. activities. ttsBmwl! en in many parades including the Walnut Festival, a symbol of All'iambra's spirit and performs at many Row 5 Harry Smith Jim McClure Ken, Brown John Swearengin Dave Branchcomb Lauren Roragen Don Pallotta Elaine Perry Betsy Overstreet Yolanda Hudelson Anita Holland Jack Kean Tom Treadway Row 6 Marty Hoyer walt McCarthy Mike Cummings Paul Straube Leonard Filomeo Bill' McKinnie Mike Craig Row 7 Sandi Medeiros Candy Turnbaugh Paula Meoldors Bill Stortz Jay Nelson Ron Doolin Cliff Pettit Clay Schultz John Chittenden Steve Dixon Jim Fernandez Dennis Kinde Chery Myhre Gloria Kutner Vickie Fautheree not pictured: Al Posey Peggy Agers O ,"x.' ' S'. V L.L1',X if- .' 1 'DI' fu I 'V Qi'-'w-'x ' 'I' X I If . F h 1 . 1 v, y , '39, ix A - 5 J x A Clums lwTuw r -I J 1-5 fr! if . ,1 ,,.. fy 4 A f 5' 1 M ig.-Q , gf, 1 'JL 1 ,dwg 4 1 , In- Ng . Iii: 4 g 1 lu, A 4 A ' i l l il l ' l ' mtl 11 l ' l ' if I 1 1' 1 :gl x xl l 1 1 1 .E 1 I F 1 E Xt, ' ,V L -A I V l A 3 , 1 W 1lxI ' i l l I l f 1 ,Q ,a,5, 1 '-I 'J A 'l lfll i ':1,, gi fiji XLNII1 wg I hh l Wi:1,'V : fi ' Q1 wil l gif: A r, 'Ev f 1 Qi, 1 Back Row, Left to right: Kathy Smith, Darlene Hamilton, Mary Zimmer, June Osborne, Holly Innes, Verna Christmcn, Front Row, left to right: Melinda Lessard, Arlettc, Zehrung, Brenda Combs, Peggy Myres, Peggy Aiello, Luwalia Cartwright. Mr. Mott - Band and Chorus director. 31 gif Orchestra: Row if Ron Relic, Linda Faris, Sharon Spade, Cherie Colbert, Chris Benedict, David Farmer, Cliff Shaw. Row 2, Linda Danielson, Margaret Cambra, Judy Elder, Mary Stinson, Alice Overstreet, Sue Gladstone, John Fink, Mark Pistochini, Don Hinrichsen, Sue Hanrahan, Ruth Dyke, Leonard Filomeo. Row 35 Ron Doolin, Cliff Pettit, Mr. Tutt, Steve Stout, Bob Clement, Jon Marangoni. 32 Huudwls off ow Thaw Hafwlfwoalziag Women, 's C, an Q .. 'X tb in i' , X ' M L l . C' ,, , C 7 "' ' in I . 4 ,f -iff? v . ,7 y T 2 ll A I , 4 x li-ff? VV lx' :U Cafeteria workers: Vina Jones, Bette Medeiros, Peggy Wilson, Loyce Carlson, Betty Holley, Marian Persons, Carmen Perry and Freda Keat. Dailg Tlww MewQbdvwTof Improve Oulu Janitors: Charlie Young, Arnold Davis, John Bedell, Gene Turrle, Rudolf Stimac, Irvin Riggins, Tom Garrett and William Von Tellrop 33 We arrive here full of fears And we grow ThroughouT The years We laugh and we cry for The good Things and bad And laTer we speak of The Times we have had We have grown'older and now we sTand bolder Here begins our life aT iTs prime We will always remember This Rendezvous With Time T .5 i Q, " ' 4- l Q ' 5 -F' lflgfyf L 'M2.emembo1v ' dass First Semester President ...... Vice President . . Secretary .... '. . Representative . Representative . Second Semester President ....... Vice President . . . Secreta ry ...... Representative . Representative . 36 4.-,X Richard Roberts . . . . Guy Gilson . Connie Marchi . . . Roxie Kanellis Ma ris Thompson ... . Phil Satre . . . . Guy Gilson . . . Kathy Pedro Wally Donovan Bann Hoey fb Throughout the four years at Alham- bra our class officers have helped make the senior class a rich and respected group of students at this school. People like Phil Satre, Kathy Pedro, Maris Thompson, Connie Marchi, Guy Gilson and a host of others have left their mark in the memories of students and faculty both. Without them the funds of the Senior class would not be in the 351,000 bracket. The Torch staff would now like to thank all of the students who have been active in school government. Without Senior advisors where would the Senior Class be? There would not be any car washes, bottle drives, spaghetti feeds, senior floats, senior picnics and most important there would be no Senior Ball. Seniors would be without all the things which make a school year one to remember, The Torch staff would like to act on behalf of the Senior class and thank all of our advisors for spend- ing their own time to make our high school year complete. Thank You, Alhambra Torch Staff 5-'-new - V . 'S Advisors: Leroy Merchant, James Nichols, Darlene Harris, Lillian Gannon, Bob Harrison. 0 nh .., :T- .C ,f During brunch a few guys get together and try to cram in three weeks of reading into ten minutes. What Fred Kendall and Steve Greeson don't know is that they are reading unside down. John Young and Ron Head look on, Pam yells loud and tries to stir up some noise "'P Trent Doser admires Tom Russo's "go-tee lf ff i Jack Lucidc and Jim Vaughn read the poster for next nights dance. 38 Og '67 Janis and her escort Tom Welch pose during Homecoming "Now listen fella, this is MY camera, MY film and l am the OFFICIAL school photographer. So there!" I X , l ' J ul 5 i Y 'i thy Hall and Laura Johnson peek out from the curtains for a pre- EW of the fashion show to come. if li Jack Lucido and Mary Goodman may not look like they have too much in common but they are actually cousins. 39 Seam Spaghetti Feed Lgv' xX A few guys gathered together after the basketball game to put "some grits down." The entertainment was provided by the local Senior music makers. E55 .0 . . . , ffl 's W 'O' v . xl- ' x , ,.,a X X Jacque tells Mike to open wide, and not I think about the food. xx, fglsh-' 17' Nl. ll 4-'7 ' ', 'l 'ii 1' Q . x W Dennis Brown and Chuck Drake. 1. E il 40 A 5 :rims .4-T:-.. gi , P' Karen Lovello displays some of her pep-pep charm during a routine. Lawrence Miller accepts the "Butch" Knowles trophy for the most pins from Mr. Costanza. Cordova and Nancy Terrill look like they have a hard day in school. i ,l ills . Af' c ,fue ' e 6 lsr is of 'Y' 'W ,Q V , These Senior boys look like they should play opposite Phylis Diller. Linda Lamb shows John Menesini how many wires to put around a paper flower for the float. 41 n' V "W ' i ' lwAcfiow i I , - 'A- ., 1 I ' 11 i "1 N M1 Lawrence and John break down and try their hand at flower making for Homecoming. Augie takes five and puts away an apple. 42 Ban Hoey puts on her makeup and combs her hair for a fashion show. 'PL M .,--' 4 x l' man "Face" Vaughn takes ten to fix his spikes. "Pechon" keeps spirit going by yelling, "two points-two points." Our artist, Lawrence Miller, displays his hardest effort, the Torch cover. ' Captain Phil Satre runs in to head the Bulldog grid squad. Q L.. Rosalie Aiello Rosemary Albano Janet Alberts Nancy Alcott 49 uf' Marilyn Anderson Richard Angley Ernest Arguello Joseph Balesfrieri if Jolene Bartolomei Donald Barnes Mike Belarde Linda Butrez Vickie Benneii Eric Benson Dennis Berg Isla Bixler 44 Ray Blair Chris Bockhold Annie Boyd Donna Braxton 41 YQ24 John Brocca Doris Brooks ' Dennis Brown Pamela Brown Tina Benedict Marilyn Burdine May Burdine Linda Burns Wrzf A CYnClle Bedell K0lhY Campbell Anita Cardinalli Marilyn Carpenter flu' Luwalia Cartright Louise Cerri Mark Chamberlain Joe Chapot Robert Chavez Tom Chavez Verna Christman Patricia Clark 45 'i 'K 'Fifi Charles Clemenf Robert Clemenf Joseph Colis ' Kathy Collins YTD' Sharon Colombo Jill Come1Ta Beverly Cook Cathy Costanza 'E' l Sharon Cowan Christine Crill Gilbert Cordova Frances Curless Michael Craig Sieve Cufler Thomas Daly Kafhy Damanfi 46 Linda Danielson Marilyn Davis Howard Davol Claire Devereux D3 Paul Disrnuke Wally Donavan Michael Doolan Ronnie Doolin 'L'- Trenr Doser Jack Downey Chuck Drake David Duke Jerry Dunham Shelly Duncan Byron Eggars Larry Eller if Rachelle Erickson Joel Esani Greg Estrada Michael Fank .f Linda Faris Jane Fick Michael Fazzini Russell Fernandez 47 'VTP 'ZS A Kerry Fiddler eorge Fin an Joann Frazier A 1 Keith Frey Cheryl French Pal French Richard Frolond 4-H' T17 .iv 1 I l Terry Fulmer Doroihy Funk Shoron Gcxllomore Loreifo Gondero Kenneih Giberson John Gill Guy Gilson Richard Gooch i I rsonnel 1 i .l Debbie Goodchild Donald Goodman Mary Goodman Sammie Gray ' r Q Mark Gray Veronica Green Steve Greeson Karen Grisham 'WF' -9" YT? Sharon Grisham Roberl Gundlack Audrey Gwaltney Robert Gotz K0Tl'1Y Hall Gary Hamilton Susan Hanrahan Jacqueline Harbin Russell Harness Michael Harris Ron Head Kathleen Heifkam 49 'T' '? FQ Mary Hernandez Larry Hern Janice Hoe Bann H s oey 'Sm' .1 Laura Hudelson Della Humble Kafhryn Hum' Nina Hunter Linda Inman Jan Innes Connie James Charles Jeffers ...P Folke Jespersen Linda Jester Ann Jolwnsfon Linda Jones 50 Roxie Kanellis Judy Karch Philip Kaufman Jenisse Keary "SY Debbie Kellogg Gary Kemp Frederick Kendell Dennis Kinde .5 ...z Tina Knopoff Jacquelyn Kowalski Linda Lamb Robert Larchaw Lynne Laudenslager Fred Lee Roger Lewis William Light Ronald Lindsay Joe Lopez 'Q' Margaret Viale and Colleen Rooney in Senior Homemaking. Linda Lopez KCIFGI1 Lovello 51 18 vb-.7 August Lucndo Jock Lucudo Patricia Luiqn Ruchord Lulcxn '-as Connue Lupo Carlo Lupf Don Mochcndo Z '757 Connie Mclrchi Pamela Martini Sandro Medeiros Tom Martino Law Sumako Moon Donn Moore Charles Morris 1 Linda Morrison Gary Morton - , Michael Myers Peggy Myers Cheryl Myhre Kristine MacAIvey 55. . lg cLAss or 1948 'X ' inn nnnnmmmm Barbara McKnnney Debbie McLain Ill You FINKI You're Queen for Basketball, Sweafheortl Mary Jean McLaughlin Tom McNamara 53 Lindo Nobors Duane Nelson Roy Nelson Steve Nichols 'Lindo Nolfe Debbie Odling Borboro Osgood Holloce Page Irmo Polmeri Wondo Porsons Bruce Peccionri Lynn Peccicmh KClTl1y Pedro Dorryl Pereira John Pereira Gordon 54 Gregory Peterson Roy Pridmore Polly Pucci Edward Provost Ralph Palmeri if-rf' Jenny Quadros Elinda Rampoli Lloyd Raney 'RTF Li .J Pamela Range! 93 Darlene Ray Dianna Ray Leonard Reeg -..af lve Renfillo 4:5-Q, , Nancy Reynolds Richard Roberts Shirley Roberts 1? 115' Eddie Rogers Colleen Rooney 'S -if ...Ap Linda and "Pechon" try the dance refreshments. SC1l'1Cll'CI Ross Der1l'1iS Rowe Tom Russo Debbie Salmon John Salmon John Sandusky 'T' Robert Santos Phil Satre Gayle Saunders Lenore Schaefer L . ,F Q73 X-N K l Stephen Scott Sue Scott Terry Seelye James Selvy Marianne Sergent :Linda Sheppard Cathy Silva David Silva 56 'Robert P. Sisler Dorothy Sivley Robert Slaney Beverly Smith Kathy Smith Margaret Smith Jimmy Smothers Cathy Solomon ,137 Carla Soule Frank Sparacino Judith Spurgeon Raymond Stanton Linda Starren Charles Steele John Stevens Sue Stevens Mrs. Sanders has the usual amount of kids surrounding her. 57 Steve Stout Reginald Susini Candy Suggett Lynne Swanson I, rj' Dan Sweaza Randy Swedberg Marie Sweitzer Johnefta Tacker 3 -ap- A . Donna Taylor Joanne Terry Cynthia Thomason Maris Thompson Pat Thompson Marc Tomlinson Brenda Tilobet Robert Toriyama 58 Marfha Townsend David Trowbridge James Tully CC1"iClY TUmbC'UQh -V-nr Janis Turner Ulry Hennie Van de Velde Albert Van Fossen 'yi 2 xi Alice Vaughan James Vaughn Kathy Vecchi Michele Vermette ir. Margaret Viale Ronald Viale Linda Von Mosch Janet Wainwright rs Donald Walling Thomas Walsh Carl Whalen Carolyn 'Whitehead Marilyn Wilcockson Marlene Williams Judy Wise David Webb 59 Tom Welch Michael Wilson Morfv Wood John YOUUQ ,gif 'ludllh Young Pam Zehfen Arletfa Zehrung Ron Zeppcx Lana Zienfek Debbie Steele l e 2 Roger Bishop Wandq Parsons gives that "dirty old flower" a "dirty old look". 60 . : 'f?"' f- H L1:j 4' -fa A Q, INN X' I AJ! 11315 4315 'KN j'Jn5'Q'r -: - 4 3. f 3 11, .-in -li.. WL kv .v. sLz+f5'f:' l-" If Nc El 1 re .,,,,f.nLff 67' was Out Off Qzglw ups-- . Pulp Cheryl Myhre is instructing this little girl as part of the teachers aid program at Alhambra. Luis Serrato catches his breath and fakes first place. Senior girls keep spirit up of basketball homecoming game. 63 04 Xl- 9 .a iw W Spike gives fhe photographer a cute wave. John Brocca puts up a buileiin board in Mrs. Wil son's class'. Senior girIsi?l work at making their first wardrobe. Qoulf ' ,,..-- Janet isn't going to let Rich or anyone else tell her what to dol Seniors at work. Tori thought he would sit and look af everyone for a while. l t l 4 "nv xx , M '-Qffsxxixe . f-'- E S ATwwFowI-Tania, ll- - . I-' +.e,,' -. I I We remember our ACTIVITIES os cx Time of hcippiness c1T winning ci game, cs Time The 1exciTemenT of homecoming, The crowds cxT The dances. IT's c1II of 'these Things, buT mosT scippoinfmenf cxf losing. Ii's I iT's The Spirit of Alhambra. 19 'lf 4- f 2 l 701 hs' Iii , .1-f' Spirit takes up a good portion of the Alhambra day and spirit promoters are needed at all times. Our varsity cheerleaders take the main responsibility of promoting and maintaining the spirit at A.H.S. They kept in con- tact with other schools through potlucks and clinics. The posters put up before games advertised the games and the Bulldogs. The Varsity Cheerleaders' efforts showed A.H.S.ers spirit at an all time high. 55 f VARSITY CHEERLEADERS From top to bottom: Lynn Pecciantl Zcyno Machado, Dorothy Funk Pom Rangel, and Sue Scott. 68 P. Vwusitg dw s uniflv Qpwb r , ,,,. F. n. X 5 , .... A , , x f V W. - r - HX- X , Q Heold Varsity Cheerleader: Lynn Peccionfi A "Put if ml" JIUTWW .X 'Kai Q 'P 1 7 Dorothy, Pom, Lynn, Zuyna and Sue. A 69 rfiiiliq I J, Z, Lying- Karen Lovello, Cindi Carden: kneeling- Par French, Shelley Duncan, Audra Dempsy, standing- Befty Bell, Carolyn Leptien, and Bunn Hoey. AJ-LQ. Pepeftese- lwActiow I.. 70 Audra Bonn Shelley I th- Y 175 ead Pepette: Shelley Duncan Karen Our pepettes added a lot to the outstanding spirit at A.l-l.S. this year. Their hours of practice paid off as they performed at games and rallies exceptionally well. ln- deed, they seemed to carry out a double duty as they faithfully backed the Bulldogs in the rooting section at every game. Betty 'J . 55' V3-ff -nlkv . W l , l F Carolyn Cindi. Pat Our F ras h and J . V, cheerleaders certainly did more than their share this year. at A.H.S. their participation in the rallies throughout the year helped to promote spirit. ln addition, each group kept the spirit high at all of their games, even though the rooting sections were not always as full and as spirited as they could have been. 72 JM and Fwslv Promote Qpwt Frosh cheerleaders- Barbie Smith, Nancy Baum, Paula Denning, and Dorothy Mathews jiqfifiiis CW Vw ff ,Aff Head J.V. cheerleader: Kathy Richards- "Oh wait-let me fix my hair." There was always an inspiring rooting section at the games. . I , ,. -,,- . ,., , .. tvlw, LL . ,...:-p..- s. A....,.., This varsity game could have been a victory, but Acalanes had an advantage-boys! 73 5 .,. 3. 1, gi' ! -I 2 l ,J Q , 1 Q. 7 .cz ff '5 7: ' if , ' 1A?'i' -W. -. NE' 351. A M Y I '- EQ I ' ' 717 ' 'ff--sz' S 2? Er, "fur gm -if , . - , ek- f 1 ll' yt xr." ST!! . sim ex-.xg ."'3?g X J' ' ' 172- 'E ' wwf xt xx . Y . X'- ik , if :S 2 ,?' , A I s f W-' K W ,HQ my A ,A . 3' 1 4 , ' 1 Q 4 ,A ,Lf 'Tw 'p ' "fur 1 27 Y Hx! BT -5- - as I final- v V v VY . v :Zi YL: U Wiz: Yivui, d,,.,,,,,ig,.g-1g.bxLgfg:...4'.:.. "'2, -.-se lil ,Er Gordie and John show AHSers some real "Tinez Soul." f -I I., V 0 I 4. . -0 -JN l jnmfz' ' xx x if H af, " , I JL A, I ,el - Lynn steps off the float after the car parade. The old truck never looked so good! Y! fax! x V 1 .i. 4, Debbie 1 1 x 1 in 'I ' 4.1 3' 4 "5'A.45,. - , x -'f-wevsgqvv4'o'-'vff-'+?o'e'?,9"o'vi Poo! '. 5 ?O5.0.94QA'f 1 .fA'.0..0:u 3 . 9o9'?'o9o9a9!4fA The crowd was tremendous, the team was great, and WE WON! 9,',5QfQ' 4 fwnoooc E Janis takes 0 bite out of Ron's iacket during the dance. A 4 1, ., Connie gives a smile during the parade. E ffm-J r Judy passes her robe and crown on to our new queen, Mary. a Ny T FY? 45- -if ,exif The girls seemed to dress up the float a bitl l , WUT, ' 1-ffirix W J 'If : Y ',V--Km. V 'arf' xr fs' Before the parade, Nancy gave Spike his final orders. '77 1 IZ ,.r"" Z1 . 45 . 1 - l ' N l V .wi g .xv l ,W.,,,.. Y. 1967 The eandidcrfes cpu-1 Marilyn Cane, T966 Sweeiheaurr, are shawn'wiih,flwirIescQi1ts,6H1jg rally '5 ! Wg fy I 1 35, Q, .ATR- v. II - 1, s :- Qi?55i' vi- , V. v IA. X W. L. if wx xv , p?j'.gg', V J ' 4 '," ' r .Q :Jff I 7 L- , '- . .1 Q -13, ,I jf . '- N N X W 1 X Vx X H .H , fu , 13 . s 1- "' 3 S A fd . In -- u-- - 1 J asm :TTD 'fi-in x L qi V ,,, Wa, E . i 1, V 1 . ,,,, W 1 .ik 1-Q-, -T . .iff . J 'r ' :T A -1 A ,, .1 'N , I '-. . ff! NF I 12 "As Einstein once said . . " Dennis leads the bond during ci very,enioyobIe half A time. We did oll we could to get SCHWGIS shy helpers to pose for this one. The mob congregotes to enloy a leisurely lunch hour. Geronimo cmd the sheriff, - 82 The juniors display their very own Block 'A Bob Clement shows off his talent by playing his guitar while skiing the slopes. Zep was one Santa Claus no one messed with! Chris and Len discuss their homework during brunch. "'Lei'S See . . . l'll start off with . . 83 Ron Head doesn'T lei height interfere. All he needs is Jo V, Minnie Skirt Sally and a few othersl Our yell leaders and pepsiers trying the can-canl E , , fi -u K. K 1 Mr. Snider takes the ball from Tori. But Caveman sneaks up for ci comeback. 34 Q. 1 , 9 il 4 r V 'Xt s '- Q v I Everyone needs last minute rehearsalsl Happiness . . . I5 on INE nm THE sum-I Hula AND... I .1 3 i? gf Z iMEE1'lN THE I L E X mmm do 'ww' armour. .Q .iv ,fs"' ' Sports Staff Steve Nichols, Wally Donovan, Lawrence Miller, Bob Coultas, and Ron Head survey pictures for their section of the "Torch." --.4 4921115 NQ,,f -ln Jan Murray, above, and Janet Howard, below, work on underclassmen. ill Editor Mary Goodman and co-editor Janis Turner check over copy sheets for the yearbook. Also on the "Torch" Staff but not pictured are Debbie Mulcahy, Karen Delchini, Carolyn Leptein, Mike Frank, and Daniel Pereira 86 -Q fhhlw f' I f I I, V: , ,Y I I' 11 . IJ , Rx., f' The yearbook stuff works on the copy for this yeors "Torch." They ore: Dorothy Funk, Lynn Peccionti, Shoron Colombo, Steve Nichols, Ron Head, Bob Coultos, Donna Taylor, Don Perieru, ond Corky Griffin. -1 -,X - Q-I' . iss , EIYN , 4 E?--I - , .v -4? f ff X-nf-er' f' Lynne Swanson, Jocquie Harbin, ond Cheryl Myhre work on! the ods forthe yeorbook. 87 Owu "rms" omgfwas tape B-1,55 adam, A warm! PW PMA.:-r.Q.w . I - ' . ,QQ .I Miss Dietschy, Editor Bev Smith, Sports Editor Tom Walsh, and Co-editor Ann Johnston paste headlines for Friday's paper. Q sf P XX ox 'is H e F I-SX LA Sports staff Connie Marchi, Tom Walsh, Eric Benson, Debbie Remorini, Joe Chapot, and Joan check over a weekly write up. It 'ii- Ann Johnston watches as Pam Rangel and Roxie Kanellis type editorials. T'vme8Qta66f 1-.XJ I e s .-,fd ' fi-. Rx Sue Scott, Martha Wood, and Rosemary Harbrecht getting ready for next weeks edition. 'TIMLD rmwuvv 'V' i iii Linda Grisham, Carol McGuire, Chris Bockhold, and Kathy Pedro print the latest edition ofthe "Times." .A"x ..- 2-539 969' C I fqflbli I I 4 89 E ,O . A '. ..-.- '--11' f r ' . ,., ,. ,- ,-' , .v X PJ., h-' . V, ',, 'fffif ' fir- I -A - 1' v".:!'9? I-:r pr 1 ' I-fww sub ' 4 .. Lu' -K.. ,i'- Ill W S S 0 itself. It teaches fellowship, sportsmanship, ond hlighted by o newly restored school spirit as well nis, swimming, diving, ond wrestling, compose Quarterback L i gg ' 1 ,. 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QQ, 37331, ' . ff fi' "5i'1',li.?, L,'.f.jf-1E',- "Tf'Z.14f2,' 'in f er I E N fqgpf , - 1 L ' 2 , Q' .11 .gif , .,, . , '92 - .. :5 A - , " ' - VQLILA- 51.-qygi ' My " , f - f , v+w'a3" - "1 ,., -V "ical ,g-A, - 'i w -:-A 3 -515, 1 5 an i ,, .sg uf- 5.1 - .fm , . gf. f' " J ' ' "5 .Q-12 - 'J if'-2 +1 f f-'frli'-if' " "" - '- -J"--'--'--'ekiwfx-H 95u!!' cr,:.iS:' Qc- A-5-fa .f:l1.L?1 , , James Tully Sr. Linebacker Jim Vaughn Sr. Fullback Ron Linsay Sr. Center Steve Nichols Sr. Split End EQiu'bl.5Qu2W ', -sv A ff . l ' , . I pw' 1. . - ' ' -' V .-Q A V ., si' "-- l gs M, ., :arf ash, -5 . n- rlgd 4 l x ' --'-ffffe' ' K i ' E5 ' ' :ze- ' V -,Q -- ' X LL ' If-ff--, 1.1 A , 1g-,,- Q". , ' ' i'fi'31if,i?fQE 5f:wi?44' . fir ,:c,E'!'5 ,, '5 Ln' 5115--Q. ,v2w1,,3j'i ' ' 1' J. -,i V.-v -:gwff - f' .- ,able-fi r 5 .,:--,- . 1, ': .. ' 1 43.5 ' , .. fu - . 4.- 1.21--11 , , We - -- if-'if , -... 14. ' -' . inf? 9-fF5Qif5+fi L. 4. " "rFJr1fg'-'mi f re 1 't1'fAa . P +'- George Fink Sr. 92 End V 4 Q... fm... .vu-3 4-ml, - . l . Assf. Coach Harbin C and Coach Tourville fl i ' V, if , ,f X X VARSITY TEAM: Row l: Ron Head, Mick Leboeuf lil' Dave Tyre, Mike Sperbeck, Dennis Brown, Tom Russo, Tom Welch, Bob Coultas, Rich Gooch, Dwight Utley, Don Ohs. Safre Sr. Steve Greeson Sr. End All Lea. Guard All Lea. Guard Bob Toriyama, Jo V Miller, Mark Watson, Bob Page. PN , t Q , '57 , T. - n- 'T M 'V , ,, f - 1 - is I xr .fi Y L. . .ll l kr I ' f' - ,.im.'i:'?l 7 -nj-1., ii: . - ' Bk 3g-in 1 1:-:3 we A' Q - : e-pg Lfkrl-A in 14 f'f'i' 5s5?s'.::i1Q'?-L.-,.' QF, . Fred Kendall Sr, Eddie Rogers Sr. Tom Russo Sr. Mike Craig Sr. Guard Guard End Tackle ' ,rf , Q We They Clayton Valley 6 13 Acalanes .... 6 6 Piedmont .... 19 35 Las Lomas . . . 7 20 Miramonte . . .19 I9 San Ramon ...i3 14 Campolindo . .18 0 Del Valle .... T3 O Tom Welch Sr. End nchado, Ron Lindsey, Ed Rogers, Steve Greeson, Jim Tulley, Jim Vaughn, Larry Costanza, Bernette Lee, Phil Satre, urchi, Steve Nichols, George Fink. Row 3: Fred Kendall, eferson, Ron Erickson, Mike Craig, Jim Carrico, Ron Zeppa, , i Dennis Brown Sr. i End I. wi' Be Y 'fs It T. 4 1- l J K 'f-1 ' - . mill' x v T Iv' . si, x J, . ' ',.J',,- 1 '- ,,,.,J.,. ifnzw " if 17:5 ' asu s is -" Ji f '.:-fees.: wa.-5 "ff:f:5fii F i Rich Gooch Sr. Ron Zeppa Sr. Don Machado Sr. Roberf Toriyama Sr i Tackle Tackle End Flanker Jw K I '. Q 'iiilif ' if A T"u.f -up' 4- . fir iii? riieiif l l KJ ix 1 ' xv , 'ru I.. 7 'ah 1 K e.. , .A ,. , , . . fixes- V, nj ,- V, gee,-4 1- -'yf:7"s42,g,g f --1 ei -'Lv--'Hia "Il"'F'-ei j v - ' -:'."q-A'Li.-5 li Q JQ3-71. L ,All V 5.13 ln, rn-:.f.iQ V vp 5 v 1, ri-'f 5 a'T'i.."- fi' - f- e .s '- . -zen - fsxrrre Lg,-L ff - ESI.: 5, r. Bob Coultas-Jr.. Fullback Mike Sperbeck-J r. End - Larry Coslanza-J r. Center a gf - V ,Lg-T.. -2 'fffqa 11,1 wL1l! P-N, I rl: 'Q 1 A :alia F' " 'lf " 4' A 'F 53 25535 igii 5526255 ,5f??na illaf g53'f L ' fydif e,g?5 H ' 52? G . in , rg I TW vhitirii l FV-Ii, -. 'fer-iw . - '2,'f"'lI'im:f , 5-ini -5 173' 5, 1,4 , Q34-5 "' it 71' '-f"',,-I U'-'l.x1f',E Dwight Ufley-Jr. Ron Erickson-Jr. Center End 4'r7? Wi? A 'N , Number 27 Ron Head bneoks off tackle between Clayron Valley men for a long xg' 4 1, 'V I I . goin. Leading the play is Number 23, Dave Tyre. ,. I g M In Q i , ... i ' 4 lg ' i '. , , F Q, .,, gb. 5 ,Ali-i. I 'iq azziigyzz iii-af ua, 3 , f x--E11 gifgl? yi: 51' L QQ4 iw .J 221. ' v 5' R 1f?":,::'s: mf' - '7'2'2c:. wiawlfegfmeefxw xl g,.,',-25,3 .V 1 j!...a4:g ' ' -N V- eil... 4r':?9"cf l -- gm nm... -ty-' ' V 31, Hefrawlrmerierffe A" "li-' 'H-"--,QQ ' , ..:1' '- .., .::'. 1f.'9,,qg523c.f'-t. --v wvfikfi- ja-1 Jim Garrico-Jr. Tackle OlnglowVaMeg 13 --Allumbwfe The Bulldogs and The Eagles fought for 'rhree quarters in a 6-6 Tie. In The fourlh quarter The Eagles capitalized on Bulldog mistakes and pulled it our 13-6. Don Ohs-J r. Bob, Page-J r. 94 End Halfback Le Boeuf-J r. Dave Tyre-Jr. Guard Flanker I, 1 ffl l. v lf' L W T ' T . - . E A fir f 1. ' - I . I, Q " 1 -as q 1 l 'X 1 Q: 4. ,V 4.1 M ' 'wer'-' -vs - V . lv -l ," r -: N 1l'x,' ' V-zz.,-- ,. .Lg A Y V rail-:T :'1",.g..-x., T 'ff' f .?wg5,,M: J 1-F if5'fijF'. r "ffl - . .":2',," ' e',s?f3".:sf-v41'i ff 412 rzaxii- ' ' ,LA ,,,..g-5.-eqfngy "W" , Lib M- T .4 L' .,-..s'-- i1If"Y" -' lr' r H. i Tknu.. mn Mark Watson--soph. Mike Peccianti-soph. BGFDSTT Lee-Soph.. All Lea. Halfback Quarterback Halfloack Allhambwr e, - Acahmsie' Another thriller. The Bulldogs and Dons fought on. Mark Watson, Bulldog soph., broke away 80 yards up the middle to score. Acalanes then tied it up on a block punt recovery in the end zone. ard Jo-V Miller paves the way for Mark Watson on this long gainer against alanes. as-Alilmmbrwie This undoubtedly was the worst game ofthe season for the Bulldogs. The Highlanders scored two quick touchdowns in the opening minutes of the first quarter and maintained a substantial lead throughout the game. V1 ' Q V' l -, . ,- - ., 'Q .:,'l5'.'-.K-, -- ' 'ff , ig. , V .,-. k ,i .. .cl W V V il ., i , .- , . . 4.1 . i T., , x ,.. ,,i ..,.,,,,. . , ,.. , , i, A A I". ' ' 5 .Y " . Mgr ',Q1,, - . '--ar: " ' '-- v' . - , - - -,,,, .fqlw-1 r . tr,--. i.'l'3g., V '- H . . 'Ar' ' 'M .- M.. 1, , , ,Xi fy,1es.'l, , - '1 , ' , - i ,, ,' ' - gig. -K 1 1 w 1 W . - -. l' x -5. 'l Fr ' A' ' ,N , ' .k ' 'V' A -. . Steve Nichols sweeps around left end as two Acalanes defenders close in. 95 ,,, , Rich Gooch and Phil Satre stop Las Lomas' ball carrier for no gain. Miwmoam I9 - Allmnbfiov I9 Perhaps the hardest fought battle of the year. The Bulldogs started slow but came back time and time again. It was a seesaw battle throughout, with the Bulldogs dying on the one yard line as time elapsed. LasLowaA 20 -Allwmbwn The Bulldogs were up for this one, and looked like champions for three quarters as they led 7-6. But the Bulldogs seemingly tired and the Knights scored twice to secure the victory. Mike Pecciantl scores on a quarterback sneak behind Jo V. and Satch ball team. Alhambra fullback Ron Head leads Mark Watson around Right End for a long gain. 96 Qawl2,amow I4 Allfonbemt The Bulldogs won this game every way except on the scoreboard The Wolves were favored by twenty-seven points but the Bulldogs never gave up to the champs. When the final gun sounded the Wolves knew that they had played a foot Bob Page, Junior Halfback, makes a driving tackle with assistance from Ed Rodgers. o-Adlwmb-ata The Bulldogs had a successful Homecoming as they thumped the hapless Cougars. The Bulldogs dom- inated this game in every way. Jo V Miller and Ron Head make a tackle in hard played Miramonte game. Steve Nichols zig-zags down the field in- the last game of the season. Bull- dogs won 13-O. l Watson breaks tackle as he ramps against Campolindo. De0fVo!lef0 -Allmmbwf I2 This game was all Alhambra. With fine play execution, tremendous defen- sive effort seemed to stifle all Troian hopes for victory. Mark Watson inter- cepted a Troian pass and returned it 50 yards for a touchdown, and with his fine defensive play he was awarded the "Prep of the Week" award. 97 99" H23 'nb' : b 7 Ali J++ The Alhambra Bullpupk defensive team tightens up as this Miramonte runner is brought down after a short gain, Frank Lazzarini autruns Campolindo tacklers and goes for a long gain. 98 Row 1: Gary Le Boeuf, Jim Moran, 1 Doser, Corky Freschi, Dan-ny Caccavo Hall, Joe Wisher, Carl Lamb, Dan Wilkenson, Brad Stevens, Frank Lazzarini. Burnett Lee I lling, Ralph Sanchez, Vince Noellman, Mark McCullough, Mike Saunders, Mike O'Mara, Dennis ter. Row 2: Tim Daly, Joe Perry, Bnuce Bottrell, Gary Azevedo, John Evans, Shannon Oxford, Tom nesini, Rick lthe rabbitl Dosa, Bobby Boyd, Ray Harrington. Row 3: Hank Lamp, Bruce Hutteball, lly, Darrel Colbert, Randy Costa, Mark Thesian, Mark Koller, Burnett Lee, Phil Paulson, John La Caste, Monte Vista 6 Miramonte' 219. . A.l-LS' A.H.Sf Las Lomas l3 A.H.5 Piedmont 8 A.H.S Del Vallee 14 A.H.S San Ramon? O. .Al1H.Si Campolindo 0. .A.H.S Acalanes 6. .A.H.S l. ' f I .fc U 1 R tackle for a touchdown. against Campolindo. Vince Moellman and Ralph Sanchez break up this pass intended for ' this Miramonte receiver. LA: M0065 fig," 53:5 .uk 5 L", 1 'i :Q 1 - il' J' 9-'Efiifi F5 W an V . 'l,"i ,e. 5-NU Row 1: Larry Rizzio, Dennis Lenzi, Rich Cabral, Dan, Marler, Trevor Giison, Pete Turnbaugh, Chris McCarthy, Joe Fimlres, Mike 2: Sieve Cahill, David Hobaugh, Dale Gillespie, Melvin Garvin, Roger Donavan, Norvil Turner, Robert Tayl'or, Mike Kenna, Millacki, Mike Simpson. Row 3: Coach McLaughlin, Tony Contreras, John Ross, Toni Sicre, Jim Trulsoni, Sam Calicura, Mike Tom Necure, Dave Garrett, Coach Okawachi. ,- Norville Turner gets spiral pass off downfield. Nfl 'Eli o' 'A Alhambra man runs around The end as defensive men come up to tackle him. Willy Walsh Jerry Taylor Row Cunningham, Joe Albano, Dick Viale, Randy Cox, Steve Thomas. Unidentified freshman players drop opponent hard as he fries fo FUD. Freshmen coaches Hiro Okowachi, and Richard McLaughlin. lOl E. , , .V , wx ., xx, i ly v , x ll l ll . L fa. lil 'Q x W- "l Q: as X 1 I A , A i A AI' I .- , it 'ill ' LX L A L 9 , aft A f X -. , 1 N ' i lx .JJ -"f,.L... F-Y ' A , 1 Top: Wally Donavan, Joe Lopez, Marc Tomlinson, Jim Hanson, Rich Roberts. Middle: Jack Bryant, Reggi Susini, Xavier Raya, Howard LaBrea. Bottom: Luis Serrato. The season went well for the Varsity after two losers, they came across with five straight wins, and third in the league meet, and they went on to North Coast Divisionals. XLQALO L pp- i N n i , l 1 x 4' Vl,.,..f Bob MacGuire, Mike Carroll, Jim Rangel, Luis Serrafo, Dave Machado, Chuck Lino, John Gronadolski, Raul Perez, John Swearington. 102 J.V.'s are not an official team. Present here at the start this race are, left to right, Cox, Gloor, Tibbet, Lockha Machado, Giberson, Gliaifo. Coach Luka Sekulich UILLL . is Joe Lopez, who placed 15th af North Coast, eam screwoffs, Susini, Donovan, and Bryanl, 'finally put out at practice or a picture. of the top four varsity runners, La Breau, Tomlinson, and Roberts. --mxi .-.'. '5' , Two top frosh-soph runners, MucGuire and Serrato placed con sistently in the top notches. lO3 x K Robert Toriyama Augie Lucido John Young John Salmon Sr. Guard Sr. Forward Sr. Guard Sr. Guard ALHAMBRANS WILL REMEMBER 1966-67 AS THE YEAR SPORTS GREATLY IMPROVED The basketball team started out with a bang, winning five straight games. Then the team slacked off to play well improved ball as com- pared to previous years. Robert Toriyama All League Captain 2 yrs. 3 time "prep ofthe week" Twice most valuable player Gordon Peters Keith Frey Sr. Forward Sr. Center Coach Jackson 04 Jax .LM In z-fig Gary Kemp Vince Dimaggio Don Chs Ron Erickson Sr. Center Jr. Guard Jr. Cenrer Jr. Forward Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra SCORE BOARD Concord Salesian Lick Wilmerding Antioch College Park Albany Del Valle Campolinclo Las Lomas San Ramon Miramonle Piedmont' Acalanes Campolindo Las Lomas San Ramon 4 Augie Lucido scores against the Del Valle Troians Gordy Peters lays one in. l Robert Toriyama scoots for two. ' The devoted Bulldog manager, Ken Frisbie. Alhambra guard John Young drives against Las Lomas Tor-Tor" chugs against Lcxs Lomas. Gordie follows up and scores. To ke your pick Bottom Row: John la Cosfa, David Orme, Dan Caccavo, Tom Pidcock, Tom Souza, Otis Oeriel, manager. Top Row Mark Watson Brad Stevens, Jesse Kitchens, Tom Pikes, John Grandalski, Don Hendrickson, Bernette Lee. Mr. Hiro Okawachi lO8 A Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra 'Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra Alhambra SCOREBOARD Concord College Park Albany Del Valle Campolindo Las Lomas San Ramon Miramonie Monfe Vista Pieclmonf Acalanes Del Valle Campolindo Las Lomas San Ramon Miramonie Piedmoni' Acalanes fl M . f ,Mfg ' ,Lf 'fww weed Vkfemfif Coach Duke Sniders Yearlings showed ombi- - Z - , 7 , iion ond promise, This season. Alfhough The L Egypt, v!Z41"T7" Frosh squad won only one game, they were in '?ffLf?7ff-if every confesf un'ril The closing minutes. The only "' -7' b comrneni from Coach Snider was Thai' "They 23447 mf- 4Lu1,q'-Lyeezfi were real Bulldogs." Z 2 g Mr. Edward Snider 1-J EET Bottom Row: Dave Gaudenzi, Larry Lee, Mark Frey. Second Row: Mike Keena, Dave Fifzhugh, Jimmy Caccavo, Dove Sanfos. Third Row: Randy Cox, Al Susini, Roger Donaxian, Norval Turner. Top Row: Ken Converse, Robert Viale, Cliff Murch, Bruce Piersons. lO9 fow Coach Bill Harbin presents Lawrence Miller with the East Bay Prep of the Week trophy. is he second Alhambra athlete to ever win this award. "Jo V" takes his Las Lomas man down in the F.A.L. league championships at Alhambra, Since the year 1965, hambra has been in t sports' spotlight with 2 ne additions, wrestling a n Lawrence Miller. Over t years the words wrestli and Miller have beco synonymous on the lips every coach and wrestler Northern California. La rence started his career l965 by winning the novi championship. After th Miller thundered his W through every match ear ing a total of 41 pins in yrs. This season, l967, Lav rence achieved the ultima in his career, he trample over every opponent to eai the title of California Sta Champion. Coach Bill H bin described Lawrence being the "Runt" of heav weights. Miller's toughe opponent during the yea was Tim Kopitar of Pacifio Not only has Lawrenc excelled in wrestling, but h has also been the power bl hind the Bulldog grid tean With more athletes like Lav rence Miller, Alhambra wi keep up the reputation c small but forceful. "JoV" ...... nw... ...... , ,...- Dave Trowbridge 95 lbs 1 year 105 lbs. 3 yrs. 115 lbs. 2 yrs. 120 lbs. 3 127 lbs 3 yrs 133 lbs. 3 yrs. 141 lbs. 2 yrs. 148 lbs. if Dave Machado 'A PeTerson 154 lbs 3 yrs 168 lbs. 2 yrs. H 178 lbs. 1 year 191 lbs. 2 yrs. 4Th NORTH COAST WRESTLERS ARE GREATLY IMPROVED The Alhambra wresTling Team was by Tar The mosT improved sporT of The 1966-67 season. They placed second in The F.A.L. wiTh a 4,2 record, and They also placed 7Th in The NorThern4CaliTornia Champion- ships wiTh Lawrence Miller scoring 15 poinTs and winning The champion- ship in his. weighT class. Besides These respecTable records They broughT home Their TirsT Trophy which was The Pin Trophy of F.A.L. TournamenT. Coach Harbin and Coach Tourville were proud of Their Team jusT as we are proud of our coaches. This was only Their Third year in league compefirion and crediT is due To our wrestling Team. gn 3 ,Ni 'rss 145 pound Mickey LeBoeuf kicks over Valley man. point reversal on Clayton 1 53"- l05 pound Pete Raven tries for a reverse head lock on his Mt. Diablo man. u.. ,s saga 'M-H ls in 'ggi CH f Snflur Coach Tourville 127 pound Mike Myers ties up hls opponent. R I Head Coach Harbin 115 pound Mike Silva rides his Pleasant Hill man for a hard fought decision. l l 2 wwe i--14 V' 1 X V J.V.'Team-lst Row: Jim Kioyi, Carl Schunk, Pete Sanfiloppo, Dennis Doser, Hollace Page, John Evans. 2nd Row: Dennis Sweaza, Corky Freschi, Jim Sanfilippo, Bob Boyd, Ron Lindsay, Larry S. Costanzo, Dave Jarret. 6 Frosh-Soph Team: lst Row: Mitsu Chinen, Dave LeBoeuf, Larry Beckman, Mark Belon, Larry Rizzio, Jim Schultz, Jay Nelson. 2nd Row: Louis Vecchi, Steve Cahill, Dennis Sweaza, Bob Schultz, Steve Hamilton, Trev Gilson, Otis Upson. 3rd Row: Dave Oertell, Doug Cole, Ron Zwemmer, David Orme, Gary LeBoeuf, Tom Vaughn, John Gloor, 4th Row: Peter Turnbaugh, Randy Tallman, Dave Jarret, Rich Cabral, Paul Della Rosa. i4 tunnis f.-f-f-------- --- ff 'V ...M-. . ' :L ,lil l i -U 515 if. mi i l XX! Rf V 4 , -La, i i ' 1 " ' i i T ,,,..s 1 ff an 1 ' ' vw 9."..: 4, Q' X A " "" i i C i ' " ' M 51, i kj W f- ! ' C, 5, Row 1: Dave Branchcomb, Mike McGuire, Les Briftingham, Chuck Jeffers, Paul Morris, Cliff Pefiif, Jim Fernandez. Row 2: Sieve Dixon, Bill Lockhart, Doug Hilson, Rich Pitra, Jack Kean, Jerry Martin, Greg Wadlow. Row 3: Eric Meikle, Russ Fernandez, Ron Doss, David Broadbent, Chuck Mossina, Jeff Aparius, Sieve Thomas. 'Le C59 Alhambra coaches include Mr. Sekulich, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Okawachi, Mr. Nichols, Mr, Harbin, Mr. Tourville, Mr. Jackson. Noi' shown are Mr. Gierke and Mr. Snyder. - H5 QF: :,, . ... in 'i :TF-,N ' ,,. x i f X, lv . .Q , 3 , , W' l fl U xy, M ' I I .,x Q rl ' ' 3 ., F 'I ' Y ,A 4 I . A, 1, 'E ,Af r -1 l- t . 1 gg' f' X. x ,f 1, ,fab X l ., rw JI! s , J N - l "jury I I'. .cw 4' Varsity, Left To Right: i Captain Chuck Droke. Row 2: Dave Trowbridge, Timothy J. Daly, Hank Lamp, Pete Bartlett, John Telfer Bob Anderson, Ric r . ow 3: Tom W. Welch, Joe Chopot, Dave Huff, Jay Colis, Mike McGowan, Bill Dyke, Row 4: Tom Daly Bill Cooper, Step c t a Downey, Pot Spowort, John Densmare, Ted Gorlington. K Clay Scholtz shows some form in this dive. .I 16 Coach RCIlpl'1 JClCkS0n. Xavier Roya starts his one and o half. l 5' w l -.4 I , Fm 5 Cl' si: I ti 4, ! , O jx-wjx.J Q 1 --1 , . , 1 l I ,xg ffl I l FF" M ' 'r 3 .J ,f .1 M5 lx AY .1 l iliii El J L M i A i we , -r ai Jil- l . ,J 'fifmimm x JI I, xv . Ply K . , F- Q' "' Tff . , K .tai 7, ' . i -. Junior Varsity, L. to R. Row I: Manager Ken Frisby, Jim Mirin, Dan Stamps, Marty Hoyer, Mike Cortese, Manager John Brocca. Row 2: Don Aiello, Pete Turnbaugh, Robert Della Rosa, Mark Smith. Row 3: Ron Huff, Ken Brown, Jim Cabral, Walter McCarty. ".w r 3, Q. --.Q ' - 4 I llX ,L fi 'gum jp., e-. ...., - .-A, . -gsvf -. ut, ' l vb , ., ew LF, ' 'Q' I-'fl' ' n-ft 'Q W .u- -IVQL7 'IL .1 . ..-- Se. ., -. -2U'.1' R Swimmers practice their starts after school each clay. fm. ' f '45-e l 3 T3-. SX H7 if i '-- I ' ,. r -- ' " ' , ' i P 1. i , ,' -f ., .7 .dv W A .1 r 'w' 4' cw. 1' ' W .JI :A , Q- - ,V 4 .T ww r .Jr 1 I' ' . A S-5 A " rj, .L ,Y fr ,- 11'-I jvztk vri .1 f A'i'f'-4921--1. . -,V ,. f':Q,,,f1 W: ' Q' N.:-1 , ' -- x" .if , Q1 ff: - ri - :gr 1: X " 1 ,I H f .' '-e,,fj4L,l,.vg,.,.r..1 I- .. 4, ifrfr-ef f ' MF-'f" .... X ' .- ff Qi? 'A ', -lv' . L "'1' I asf- - f :gy Q A -' 'I '.1 ev - ' I' CIVLLL. 559. -5 -'I' " 2 J - ---- 1 -12 .2 - . - ' ' ' 'E WI! 1.1M '- x -1 ' f1fi531T:'-:.ig?1fi 2. .V r 5y.JF,i'1,3.- .,. u?eT' '- 1-LJLL. .. - - V - ,N , ,, .5 ,.-,.L:f2sHf.'w'f,f-3:4 " 'F' ' " 'g'1i1?32Lr wi1?gH:r.:-fu. 3 Q Aja- 'jf' 57217-3,41 53- :if--ik, . P 1221432335 ,, or - .r Ll 1 cfs .- ,r A A .ol iaekjgp.. . e,.:elLJ.- A-"V','7f3,iT1 1, -' .b ,Q I . ,V .13531yEL 'lg r--', i J .-':--1f..f- fr- ',- -Y ' -7-Mr A21 -2-Aeeefazesazefg-4 V - '-esp 5 -- Mark MfJccLuso practices the iockknife. 1 1 X- . Q .- an 24- wiwmfls wb l9"'iW'?'!'fW X E 4 " XE Raw, Xa . CHICKEN HAWK" f? f ' .-v'-- ,r.:.- -'V ly Ng ' - " fn, ,Sf-'ft".'Lv 'tffa Q .'. . K2 s ' x Y . -. , -5 .Q ,H , ,.,.l .I .K David Orme pracfices The one and a h X. alf. 423, I V V 3 LA 'Rf Mark Smifh comes out of one of the many tu Zu - r rns he makes during practice -ln. Q16-" -M8 Various strokes are demonstrated by members of the swimming Team. . ' Z ' . ,, e Q Track Y, . -V L lf- l ,Lf x . -, ,,,1., x ' 1 ' X , V ., ' .v V1- I 5- n 1: "' ", . Q A i 4, ,, 4 fr L ff 9 df " -A ,ff . llljl I 5 , if l . l V lkxfl -L l 'tbl "l I B :If L LL - . if 5-ln? -Poll, VR R fr f B wr wif-f jtxil I YAATJ A Top to Bottom, L. to R. Row la Gordy Peters, Ron Zeppa, Fred Kendall, Bill Light, John Sandusky. Row 2: John Castro, Darrell Colbert, Tom Kowalski, Burnette Lee, Mark Pistochini, Dave Orme, Ken Giberson, Rusty Sweoringin. Row 3: Joe Wisher, Wally Donovan, Dennis Brown, Bruce Dye, Billy Peters, Mike Biggi, Len Reeg, Larry Holl. Row 4: Mark Tomlinson, Phil Kaufman, Jim Hanson, Rich Gooch, Rich Roberts, Howard LoBrea, Dave Tyre, Bob Page. Track this year looked strong in distance and field with sprints hard at work, lout placing lust the same. The team had good - determination and spirit to keep them going. Coach: Luka Sekulich. - f' '15 , ,I -:il J D Fred Kendall "A" shot put, puts the 10 pound. Coach: Bill l"'lCtl'lOlI'1. H9 x. AK ,--is I 1. ll n ll-4, x' ,l Rich Gooch throws the discus. an 1 Larry Holl tries Pole Vuulfing P, gs Alhombrcfs Middle-distance men. UQ ,T 5 LaBrie on the runl Freschi, "B" shot put. Dye "B" voulfer. Shelton and Sanfos "B" runners. L or , i if v l ',n f 'SU 13 -.4 R R , li K Top fo bottom, L. to R. Row I: Dennis Sweaza, Mike Michaelson, Terry Oefel, Rich Frink, Neal Livingston, Roger Elzy. Row 2: Trev Gilson, Len Pitman, Dave Garret, Mike MacQuin, John Swearingin, Bill Gandero, Dan Wilkinson. Row 3: Dave Shelton, John Evans, Sieve Kaufman, Larry Rizzio, Gary LeBoeuf, Randy Cox. Row 4: Mark Thisen, Corky Freschi, John- Grondalski, Chuck Lino, David Santos, Bob McGuire. Bulldog Vwwrtg I I .l "ffl 19-53. .nl B -.ol l'TL.i'f l-X l t Bottom Row: Ron Lindsay, mgr., Ron Head, Jack Lucido, Vince Di Maggio, Dan Sweazo, Mike Marchi. Second Row: Tom Souza, Mike Peccianti, Bob Gotz, Bob Coultas, George Fink, Rick Dosa, Dave Guerra, Coach Gierke. Third Row: Wink Koller, Rusty Lent, Ron Erickson, Tom Walsh, Gary Kernp. 4 1 .df 4, .1 . .. my M. ,Q R 122 Bulldog Pitchers: Rusty Lent, Tom Walsh, Mike Peccianti, Bob Coultas, Bob Gotz, Ron Erickson. .-L - vmm, IS- xx- Al Steve Nichols, L.F. Ron Head, 3B Jack Lucido, S.S. 2nd Yr. Letterman 3rd Yr. Letterman 1 Yr. Letterman -- ,l I+ M, 1 if-, D ,,N:'.,,r Eg it-M ., -I -.- pFY5 .- , Wiz- H f ., P:-,VN 'F' ,'L'!', E gjggrky - L'-Q14 ."-N13-24-t' , .L'1'-"P -. 1. 115 "5'l'5iW'7?- 5 f N "' .fgff-irflff' ' W' ' tl' 5' ' 17" - tfislf cf -1 ' T51 'Wt' 4 Bob Gotz, R.F. George Fink, 1B Dan Sweaza, 2B 1 Yr. Letterman 1 Yr, Letterman 1 Yr. LeTTefIT1CIl'1 . 14- K 4, , 1 ' 15' Q Mike Marchi, C.F. Gary Kemp, C.F. Tom Walsh 1 Yr. Letterman 1 Yr. Letterman 1 Yr. Letterman - E U Vwwiig rn. -.Ai . -" ,, ' ,.- --' A - - N 1' ' ,,, , it , 4. Q"-Q, '. X lf .. Elm l Ja lf? ' if J . 'E If 'fi eff- J. li 'i""'f'N' , , ,M ,A .., N , - -N ' - i't1:.A '., ' -1 'i"'?i4E"-'S " ,:l,.Q.,,.,. f ' Q-N d 1 . 4 U " i i 4 i J f Wigi-corp.W2"fi"' H L.. i . Vince DiMaggio Bob Coulios Rick Doscx Mike Peccionfi Junior Junior Junior Sophomore X f fl df G' Z! f 'i . rjif"':j-XXX ,, ,Jj . - -9551. - irslw -Ni iid L- .ll L .-...eg ..e,,. .,-,,,,. M 1,1 . ' J..-m e -"' ci ' Nik i. - -S hc: 1. v KLQSIIEST at wa Mx . ,Nil ll A U X. Tom Souzcl Dove Guerrcl Ron Erickson Ralph Lenf Sophomore Junior Junior Junior Mark 'Koller A Sophomore -.S - X XJ A . 3 -NN gl, 2 X J llllllil fill 1 l',ll5lllll'4o' ""' x Q.: Q,.i7'M2! Vince, Ron and Steve, the Bulldog veterans. "CAVEMAN" "NlCH" I llllll l 45515 fl Elie K. - ix: f , gy. x 'X X2 JM, Fwslv Hope F-ow GoodfY ' . ..i, Bottom Row-Al Inman, Joe Balesfrieri, Mickey Kennedy, Robert Frey, Dove Machado, Dove Sparacino, Jim Moran. Second Row4Ralph Sanchez, Eddie Gordon, Dan Caccavo, Don Polloffa, Gary Azevedo, Larry S. Cosianzo, Frank Albano. Third Row-Mike Sperbeck, Don Hendrickson, Jim Carrico, Phil Paulson, Brad Stevens, John Lo Cosfa, Craig Walling, Jerry Owens, Coach Nichols. iii' 1.1 , . -ii isa is " G4 lk' ' A 1 ,X A 4- Frosh Team: First Row-Dave Gaudenzi, Dunky Azevedo, Roger Kendell, David Fitzhugh. Second Row-Jeff Hanson, Mike Mann, Ted Radosouich, Mark Frey, Joe Albano, Jerry Terry, Danny Coy. Third Row-Mike Keeno, Mark Granshaw, Jim Caccavo, Jeff Knisley, Larry Lee, Norval Turner. 125 L.. AT'wwFo B lk l :Ritual Ixs lrlll-I Pnl'llI..x'rl0N INl'llli.kSliS I.l' .UILI-I lil ILWIIJNID l,l'I1'lllZASliSI -jjffa '--3-..l.-QiZ':jH It Y. .,. 2,000 T... :mo,uno,uoo i..'.....,.,,,,, 0, g,,., '1'.., 1.5. rw. n sn.. u. ww.. it v,.......,., fi 3' l :Q-E958 3 There are many and varied clubs at Alhambra to fulfill the different interests of many fine clubs at Alhambra. Alhambrans have reason to be proud of the Nutrition display pictured above. A new debate club was formed this year by Mr. Nefherlain. Some Club, Campus Improvement Club, Future Homemakers of America, and Girl's League, ide interests l l The Nutrition Council represenfs one of the if won many honors including first prize for The many other clubs at Alhambra are: Spanish 1's 6.2 Bloclw ,717 P.,- fQ 'ap- qua' Y"" Steve Nichols Ron Head Lawrence Miller Wally Donavan Phil Satre Robert Toriyama Leonard Reeg Fred Kendell George Fink Augie Lucido Joseph Colis Russ Ferandez Charles Jeffers Mike Craig Ron Doolin Ken Giberson i l 1 i GAA. , " ' Q f s' -N 0 o . 4,19 1 ' X '-si a ill! ' 1' , -- , Wil.-X . fifty. ,sr ' QNX 'f, gm 7 ' .114 . 'w ffl' ll Qbggffl-"',fi a .J ' ill! jg,gQQ,Q ' ' A Fill. ' ftmiffft' . Jiuluw GAA. Row One: Edith Green, Mary Stinson, Evie Seth, Kathy Smith, Bonnie Ballard, Audrey Dempsey, Karen McAtee, Shelly Pigen. Row Two: Linda Borntraeger, Tina Knopoff, Christie Marchi, Yvonne Eimbers, Linda Baird, Donna Phillips, Rosalie Frazier, Judy Beal KKK Qeulw GAA. Row One: Kathy Pedro, Jenny Quadros, Bev Smith, Lynne Swanson, Sue Hanrahan, Rachelle Erickson, Mary Goodman, Zaynd Machado, Row Two: Nancy Reynolds, Anita Cardinelli, Jane Fick, Marlene Williams, Jill Commetta, Martie Woods, Sue Scott, Karen Lovello, Sharon Gallamore. Row Three: Debbie Goodchild, Judy Forman, Dorthy Sivley, Lynn Recclanti, Pam Rangel, Della Humble 130 Dwmof Club X lf. .IT-. il-.' ' . I , Debatewlb .L ,Lx , . Back Row: Mike Belarde, Marilyn Bidow- ski, Tina Benedict, Elinda Rampoldi Third Row: Dorrhea Goldenburg, Nancy Simoni, Audrey Gwaltney, Second Row: Debbie Treadway, Sharon C o I o m b a , Connie Brimgman. First Row: Sandy Goulas, Cheri Bryce not pictured: Mike Funk, Danny Fryman, Mike Fertado L -eu Back Row: Sue Daiani, Chris Melkle, Linda Alberts, Pauline Bellecci Front ' Row: Ken Gibberson, Greg Sullivan, Dave Branchcomb. 131 I These are the spirited freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors tho? participated in Alhambrds Rally Club Cjlub O ' r avg if 'Q ' 3 , :sl qi-lx' 'fig' ',l ' J ' 7. r r 'L' E V' is .5 i r fi Rally club officers ore: Roxie Susini, Roxle Kcmellis, Carolyn Lepfien, and Lynn Peccicnti M158 lwA0f10w Rally Club put on many skits for Alhombrcfs rallies such as the friendly skit of Connoley and Toylor. if F.H.A. hosted eighth grade girls for a 1ea and fashion show. u og ' 5. N J Q X so isis Row one: Joyce- White, Edith Greene, Kathy Bartolomei, Candy Turnbaugh, Theresa Bartolomei, Mary Goodman, Patti Ware, Chris Crill, Chris Marchi, Row Two: Connie Marchi, Debbie Goodchilid, Kay Ulry, Marlene Jackson, Maris Thompson, Chris'BockhoId, Anita Cardinale, Janis Turner, Bann Hoey, Kathy Smith, Dathy Heitkam, Row Three: Debbie Oddling, Linda Borntrager, Judy Brown. 5 i fxx if iii ii if Officers are: Kathy Pedro, Chris Bockhold, Kathy Smith, Maris Thompson, Connie Marchi, Chris Marchi, Joan Roberts, Kathy Bartolomei 134 TeewWo1zIwi5O ' ,..- sl - ,xv Standing: Mrs. Lewis, Pam Blankenship, Audrey Dempsey, Lloyd Raney, Freddie Lee, Theresa Arias, Kathy Smith, Shelly Pighin Linda Baird, Annie Boyd. Sitting: Donald Blair, Sue Koenig, Roselindo Chatman, Sommle Gray, Joe Lopez. y l -: l K ii: I 9151?-1-4 A ef-:-1' N, Top Row: Kris MacAIvey, Pam Rangel, Linda Lamb, Linda Siler, Rene Burchell, Candy Sugget, Roselincla Chafman. Bottom Rows Janet Wainwright, Theresa Arias, Yolanda Contreras, Audrey Dempsey, Julia Servantes, Mrs. Nunes, Annie Boyd, Joan Roberts. pamislvGUub Back Row: Sharon Spade, Peggy Agers, John Tenconi, Grant Graves, Dunky Azevedo, Marlhy Wood, Kay Ulry, Jenisse Keary, Richard Adams, Second Row: Pam Rangel, Judy Forman, Mary Stinson, Margaret Cambru, Joan Martino, Josie Balestriani, Tim Walsh, Larry Eller. Third Row: Louise Cerri, Mr. Tomlinson, Gerry Dunhen. l il Is? Semester Officers: Mike Albers, Louise Cerri, Debbie Goodchild, Sue Hanrahan. 136 2nd Semesier Officers: Jenny Quadros, Kay Ulry, Louise Cerri. .gen 1 X, -1 Q X Q I! .Y .N ' li ' C, Q Albers, Lindo, Almond, Elaine, Ashbaugh, Shirlee, Bagno, Suzanne, Baum, Nancy, Bellicci, Pauline, Boies, Debbie, Carter, Anita, Chaney, Karen, Clement, Barbara, Cohoon, Dorie, Colin, Carol, Cometta, Jill, Cooper, Bill, Della Rosa, Eugene, Della Rosa, Robert, Elder, Judy, Erich- son, Linda, Erickson, Rachelle, Eye, Chris, Fraser, Francis, French, Jan, Fuhrer, Louis, Gillespie, Cherie, Gilson, Guy, Granshaw, Marc, Hall, Sally, Hams, Donald, Heruth, Kathy, Hilson, Diane, Hilson, Doug, Hoey, Bann, Jackson, Marlene, Johnston, Arlene, Jones, Cathy, Kerst, Brenda, Leptien, Wendy, Levy, Diane, Lynch, Allyn, Main, Mary, Marin, Jim, Marchi, Chris, Martinez, Dru, Meikle, Kris, McBride, Paul, McClure, Jim, McGuire, Kathy, Perryman, Kathy, Peyrucain, Nadine, Phillips, Donna, Roberts, Jan, Roberts, Robin, Robrect, Marilyn, Rogue, Linda, Rushton, Joan, Sfertz, Bill, Sullivan, Greg, Smifh, Barbie, Susini, Roxi, Taylor, Jerry, Thomas, Sue, Ulry, Kay, Viera, Joanne, Waslow, Greg, Wainwright, Nancy, Fimbres, Yvonne French Club Officers are, Rachelle Erickson, James ,Y , MCC'Ufe French Club Officers are, Linda Rosengarfen, Ann Johnston, Allyn Lynch, Rachelle Erickson. 137 . Lmgwo. Margaret Cambra, Debbie Goodchild, Jill Cometta, Judy Foreman, Anita, Cardinalli, Lynne Swanson. Boys: Don Aiello, Robert Lockhart, Dale Cornelius, John Gloor, Jim Hanson. Girls: Ann McLaughlin, Kathy Heruth, Diane Hilson, Joan Martino, Kathy Jones. 138 Alhambra hosts a very unique group called the Nutrition Council. This group has won many honors. Mrs. Lister, one of Alhambra's homernaking teachers, is a district advisor to this council and with her help, Jim Hanson, an Alhambra Jr., won an all-expense paid trip to Chicago, Illinois to enter the National Nutrition Council. Qeolb vw C7 1.11 i Standing: Phil Kaufman, Bann Hoey, Jill Cometta, Gary Kemp, Janet Alberts, Marc Tomlinson, Jane Fick, Ray Stanton, Bob Clement. Sitting: Rachelle Erickson, Ann Johnston, Mary Jane McLaughlin, Bev Smith. O.Q.F. O ' J' Y? cy Officers: Standing: Rachelle Erickson, Phil Kaufman, Bann Hoey, Ray Stanton, Sitting: Carolyn Mann, Jill Cometta, Ann Johnston, Eric Meikle. 13 o.Q.i:. frm y l l i i C? -e-5 P J ip if? .1 14 j' :JJ ad' 'K-xx, First Row: Mrs. Spade, Eric Meikle, Rachelle Erickson, Robin Bedell, Carolyn Mann, Bev Smith. Second Row: Mike Albers, Jane Fick, Jill Cometta, Janet Alberts, Bob Clement, Ann John-stan, Ray Stanton. Third Row: James McClure, Ken Brown, Tom Walsh, Phil Kaufman, Gary Kemg, Marc Tomlinson. OSF. V1 First Row: Mike McGuire, Gary Kemp, Marc Tomlison, Phil Kaufman, Bob Clement, Randy Trainer. Second Row: Janet Alberts, Eric Meikle, Joe Chapot, Lynne Swanson, Mary Jean McLaughlin, Sue Hannerhan. Third Raw: Bonn Hoey, Jane Fick, Jill Commetta, Ann Johnston, Rachelle Erickson, Bev Smith. Fourth Row: Ray Stanton, Mike Albers, Arlene Johnston, James McClure, Karen Chaney. 140 mu - Qopzv GAA. , First Row: Pam Baird, Peggy Agers, Tish Perry, Sally Grayson, Sherry Colbert, Sharon Spade, Marlene Cerri, Nancy Falls, Liz Whittingham, Tigra Martin. Second Row: Wanda White, Linda Baitie, Nancy Simoni, Rachel Sanchez, Ann Alry, Karen Chaney, Arlene Johnson, Matilda Jones, Anita Holland. Third Row: Chris Edwards, Nancy Wainwright, Debbie Hugill, Mary Lazzarini, Vickie Jones, Cheryl Hernandos, Frances Frazer, Debbie Fitzhugh, Robin Carter. First Row: Liz Page, Marta Pariani, Patty Hoey, Wanda Turner, Julie Amonson. Second Row: Rosemary Sanchez, Veronica Rangel, Cindy Conradson, Nadine Peyrucain, Carol Colin. Third Row: Joan Rushton, Chris Freschi, Pat Kolly, Denise Tomlinson, Rita Satre, Donna Lopas. Fourth Row: Debbie Gotham, Sally Swedburg, Rosemary Harbrecht, Elaine Almond, Robin Roberts, Karen Lynch. Fifth Row: Roberta Scully, Debbie Meritt, Heidi Staffelbach, Carol McGuire, Sue Daioni, Mary Martin. Sixth Row: Barbie Pedro, Pattie Cambra, Denise Lopez, Mary Martino, Cheryl Hanson, Pat Keena. D dass Actors in the pl y were Mike Doolan, Danny Fry- man, Mike Furtado, Mike Belarde, Dorothea Golden- burg, Nancy Simoni, Debby Treadway, and Audrey Gwaltney. Not shown are Mike Fank and Casey Zimmer. Makeup, Vickie Jones, Director, Sharon Colombo, Drama Teacher, Mr. Nefherlin programs, Elinda Rarnpoldig costumes, Tina Benedict, props, Pam Brown. "Way Out Cinderella", the theme of This years Spring Aris Festival, went complefely MOD. Cinderella lwho likes To workl is changed by her fairy god moiher, who is back from Ber- keley, and leaves her Cinder pile To change The ball into a discofheque. Liffle Princey who is back from school in England and can"r seem To find a bird, really Trips our when he sees Cindie cycle in on The scene. 142 l WA WMP The Guards for the play were Danny Fryman, Mike Furtado and Mike Belarde. 11 -L 1- vu W . fd :gli Jyc rfii' . A " N. , V-1 , 'dm xv. lxrslje v lla ' 5 .. ll, , . . i l 1 ,, ' I , ' x f A .tix gl' S i in . X ' ' I ' W-1 I ks ,Q ,- . fu - u li, 4 N The sisters were Debbie Treadway, Cherie Bryce and Nancy Simoni. Ella was played by Audrey Gwaltney. Fairy God Mother, Dorothea, looks shocked as Ella comes in on her cycle wiih escort Mike Doolan. 143 I? . x President for first and second semester: Joe Chopot, Vice President for first and second semester: Robert Toriyama. Student Council is ou school government an it is through this bod that Alhamlorans voic their opinions. This year a "Program of Aware- ness" was proposed by the Student Council. The obiect of this program was to make Alham- brans more aware of the outside world by bringing controversial speakers to the school: This program demons strated that at least some Alhambrans have the desire to become more aware of local, state, and national problems. Student Council Officers are: Standing: Jane Fick, Pat French, Kathy Pedro, Phil Satre, Linda Lamb, Lawrence Miller, Sitting, Eric Benson, Colleen Rooney, Janet Wainwright, Shelly Duncan, Lynn Peccianti, Robert Toriyamo, Joe Chapot. 44 A.l-IQ. will AFS members ar,e lnot in orderl Wilma White, Robin Bedell, Janet Wainwright, Lynne Swanson, Ann McLaughlin, Kathy Jones, Jane Fick, Mary Jean McLaughlin, Don Aiello, Folke Jesperson, Joe Chapot, Laurie Allen, Corrine Chapot, Marty Wood, Mike McGuire, Eric Meikle, Carol McGuire, Rosemary Harbrecht, Diane Levy, Arlene Johnson, Bev Smith, Marlene Williams, Jill Clement, Tom Oaertel, Mark Pisto- chini, Karen l.ynch, David Aasved, Penny Harris, Kathleen Muldoon, Ron Lockhart, Peggy Smith, Anita Carter, Cheryl Hanson, Kathy O'Connel. 1 L 9. -, '-'M 6 x - in ix, X These two girls represented their countries, Malasia, and Thailand, by doing dances typical of their countries. 145 Xl CB. i l I 4 -be ,i-1 9'5"- -vip "nf z if U L ' X' ' 61.1 I 'I rw ,1' , J 4 A., .V - V, ,- tk. -.i 4 A.F.S. Officers are Rich Roberts, Jane Fick, Lynne Swanson and Ann McLaughlin. 4?-.' C.,-. 4 I f The Candidates are Mary Jean,McLaughIin and Mike McGuire. Each year the Americans Abroad committee of the Mar- tinez AFS chapter selects two candidates as finalists for the Americans Abroad program. If selected, Mike or Mary Jane will have the opportunity to live with a family in a foreign country for the summer or perhaps study abroad for a year. Dear Friends, Of all the good things I have experienced, Alhambra probably is the thing I'm going to re- member the longest because it was so different from my own school at home. Though you some- times laughed at me when I came racing up on my bike - I really think most of you are great guys. I didn't iust come here to make "A" grades lin which I haven't quite succeeded anywayl or come as a secret agent for Denmark or AFS. I wanted to make this my life, be one of you, make friends, and to talk and have fun with you. These are some of the many purposes of AFS, and I'm talking out of my own mind when I tell you that AFS is alright. I only have one regret about how I've been to you: So far I never got to ask out a girl from Alham- bra. I sincerely hope the next student will make up for it, But I have done a lot of other fun things: explored old gold mines, hiked in your beautiful hills, been hunting, waterskiing, and for that matter also tasted your beer in an empty backyard. School is not the only place I've met nice people. I'll, by the time I go home, have made 25 to 30 speeches and I've found it very interesting to meet a great numbler of people and families. I want to thank all you guys and everyone else I've met for a great year. Especially I want to thank the AFS chapter of Martinez and the AFS club in the school and other people for everything they have done for me. Mrs. Haag, Mrs. Harris, and their families have meant very much personally'to me. At last thanks to my family: Mr. and Mrs. Satre, my sister Rita, my brother Phil, and my older brother, Ken. They are all worth a couple of more years. I hope that Alhambra in the future will have other guys like Richard Roberts and Phil Satre to get the whole place going in one way or another. Thanks and goodbye. I'm off to invent the hamburger and teach them how to pass a football. Sincerely, Folke Ramskov Jespersen . ki I I I Folke Jespersen a bra this year. ' ff. --1 " ' "s"f',Q '-"""4" ' 0 ,X nl-,--5,,3.,.g'.-5.'f-".!f,"5 , .-,Ar-L, L, -.t ,.f,s.,N l.1 AHA ' .'-'-:Q-'L'.'.' n.. ., 1 ' - '- ' ,fn - ' . ' f ' 4 n 'Ann' ,L-L 1. ,I :Q-,'. '- n'wx,,i-, -12 N ,, -. ., 4, 1. 4.'-ijw,."fga-, ,N .!v'. .--,.'...Nfz r ' 'N '. 1. ' ' qs.: Yl4fr.,LTi'w. 1 , . ,, , ' '. m- -,lf-:'."' :'1'4- 'LJRAN A' "' '-isa' ""'y' Q, BW. 1 M'--.'.'v .1-"l4'u,-1152?-.'X " '-' ,JKT ' fha"-" " 'r 5. 4 ' "fs" F s U, -. 1 l I , --f -'-'-H.: ,i-I. fy-L, ,-4, Ah. --T: .L "., -. -,.'.- 1. -L ".'1e,5.'p,'pf-1. Q. . - -a' - -. .3 r .,,"-3 3 l '1""!r"' L. ' it'm'."u4': Q," gif:-'V Y .rf D' ' -'V P, "' ' SL." N" J.".:'f:',Q 4-L. 'N'-,'-IL , ,'l4"'f:?..f: u , f "-' ' '.'. ' ' -' '- :, " --I. , r? 4 ,...',.,. '-.n 4 , I in :sl J. .V -,H T- ., ., ',,,:,5'l.- 'Wal ..i'1' '-", ' -."sw".-s,'1L'.'---'-- Si 'Rf 15-R.'-444.6 b 9, 4 L- '. -c .-. 5 P.-ft' slr.. 7',f.", -"'-'.-'V 2 '.'.- ' ' Q, 'I'-. -li .f 'Jn' J. - 41' ,v -' 'N fl I -K.v,, ,Q u. Q.:.l-M .J ,,".-, 1-." I Q - ?"lP7'2-r4is:.f",.-,'- .l..,v ' 1 'I '1 4 -4 . QW' ,aft , A ,fi Folke Ramskov Jespersen 1, 'CHQ 'sq 'sa 1:- Q gr Y, I I i .ry 'I ,'1"t' A. I ' ' " HI I A if Iv-. ? I A :wi 1. gg --1.111 ' 1 ,, I nd Phil Satre. Folke stayed with the Satres while he attended Alham- I4 T l 5 3 F L 5 M s ,3 'f? 'Q ! N. . '. ' . l' ' ' ! f ' 3 M w Tiijz 4,1 3 1 QQ -f-A A .f Y-L......,..--.rp v +1-Lkiiiikgyvv' ' ' ,: '43 ,lu ' ,- ' I ' A -1 wh I 1' rl V .1 f 1 ' ' il' mini -.n NA i t at El. IJ 1 -' 17 v Mg, 7 . ' , ' , 1' ,L I 'I1,"h.. ,-.'.! ' 'au I .- ' af 5 -, i ' Q ,. . . L - Tv . VV . 'gg My gy Q'-'Ig' ,di P115 . 5 Y' - , . - P , I Law P '71, , T 'V ' -A ' bt L . 1 , ' - . . ' 1' . ' . ' ' x - s 5 ' K ii , nf , 7 4. Az., ,, 1 -.5-rg! 1 .-,X ? K 7 D ! . 1 'bf ss by we barely realize the er and we will face our new '. Mf"f H I. V X ., 'TQ - in f we - . 0 . L I f'?r.era.l Kmmled . V fm, Tile uimmn .43 L. L arm 'gnfgwff v9wf"fw'+ .,f"'j 3' 'fe q ,L-Q L gp.riQn m wdva cfclndfwr 0 Gems cf miewesfr nor Rkwjnf fp A01 ml pap-251.3 CoruMr4rnn:.01Rn' lspunnf- U ,' 1-:I Pvqdwf 8Am1nn fvhwbllslavx' bs V I. L, 552 X"' T1 f4r11-if . :gl L , '.-fl' il." u 1 -1 1. W 1 1 - , .,,g:rQf-J P-2 Him' x x j V'l l C wp", - I ,- u ' .nr ,V - .-1 -., Q 62,2 1 '. - .r--fn ' Ll U z: -f-, w,. Q. ,. - f ffm ..'.Qw,A' , iz: I.. -V--M :f!1.f'L-I 'r' All I IA! , if Y ,J - 96:-.I Aw ' 1 in Ffw6iumewO Class Advisors Mrs. Guichard Mr. Lloyd Mrs. Rich lo '- " 1 E Q ,, v- i 1 " A gr ,. 1 1 -. . . .. A If ,fifif I - i :. 5:1 F V . UM, " . A A ' j . ,fr .1 ' I-, . Vg:-'-Fri ' ,,' j 1 st Semester President Vice Pres. :tive Wanda White Doug Hall Sally Davis Kath McGuire ancy S th 2nd Semester President Vice Pres. Secretary Representative Doug Hail Judy Bedell Arlis Neves Sue Lupo Kathy McGuire VIH' ,A , fu! ,R f 1 ,'V 151 Adams, Richard Agers, Peggy Aigllo, Mike Albano, Joseph Alberts, Linda Albertson, Mike Amato, Debbie Angelo, Teresa Arias, Maria Arnold, Janet Austin, Randy Avila, Anfonia Ayala, Angie Azevedo, Dunky Bagna, Susanne Baird, 'Pam Balesfrieri, Grace Balestrieri, Josephine ai! oem 5 K Calural, Rich Caccavo, Jim Cahill, Sieve Calicura, Sam Cambron, Roy Campbell, Shirley Carrillo, 4Graciela Carrillo, Randy Carroll, Micheal Carter, Anita Carter, Robin Castro, Ed . I , V Cavagnano, Lmeffe , 1 Cellini, Pam Chan.ey, Karen Chinon, Mlfgu Churchill, Gordon Cline, Gary L11 ..,- 5. 1 ,. nz, 4. .. , V, -. 41 ?y. -an I-vfk ,- f -, f' ' if S -Q. xl , Ballou, John Barron, Jane Bartolomei, Francene Baum, Nancy Beaman, Fred Beardsley, Linda Beary, Linda Bellecci, Pauline Belon, Marc Benenafi, Cathy Brady, Milay Branchcomb, Dave Brenchley, Linda Brewer, Wanda Brooke, Terry Bunyard, Doris Butler, Charles Butler, Richard -ll ii! 'Ln we 'Il ...,f l . 3.57 . 'urjx ji Della Rosa, Eugene Denning, Paula Dismuke, Linda Dixon, Steve Donovan, Roger Dorval, Connie Dosch, Susan Dow, Debbie Drummond, Debby Dyke, Ruth -Edwardsg. Chris- Edwards, Kathy Edenstrom, Dennis Eggers, Beryl Emerson, Jon Erickson., Russ Evans, Jeanne Evans, Joane 1 N .'ff"' by gmg Collins, Jim . Combs, Brenda Comelta, Karen Cooper, Jerry Cooper, Linda Cordes, Louise Corum, Tom Costanza, Gayle Cox, Randy Coy, Danny Craig, David' Cummings, Mike Cunningham, Gary Curran, Cindy Davi, Rosann Davis, Sally DeCarlo, Karen Della Rosa, Dale Eye, Chris Faris, Carolyn Fernandez, Jim Fimbres, Joe Fischer, Debbie Fitzhugh, David Fifzhugh, Debbie Fivella, Kathy Foster, Par Foulger, Gerrie Fraga, Tom Fraser, Frances Freeman, David French, Jana Frey, Mark Furtado, Shirley Gallamore, Joel Gallion, Pat -.1 Garvin Melvin Garrett Curtis Garrett Steve Gaspord Steve Gaudenzi Dave Gideon Mark Gill Robin Gluatto Alon Goodman Sandy Granshaw Marc Grayson Sally Graziano Rick Green Jim Griffin Alice Hall Doug Hall John- Hall, Sally Hamilton, Darlene Hudelson, 'Yolanda . Huff, Ron. Hughey, Diana Hugill, Debbie lnzerillo, Vince Jacquot, Curtis Jarratt, David Johnston, Arlene Johnson, Doug Johnson, Leland Johnson, Lola Jones, Danny Jones, Hugh Jones, Vicki Jordan, Kathy Jordan, Mike Juarez, Shelly Kaudsen, Kristine Kean, John ! H "X i 2? al Q 4 sv sa, L- 5.- irf ,Q Hanson, Jeff Harness, Rosemary Harrieth, Linda Harrin, Chris Harris, Penny Harris, Steve Harper, Nancy Hegland, Jamie Herd', Cliff Hernandez, Cheryl Hernandez, Tom Hilson, Doug Hobaugh, David Hoff, John Holland, Anita Holmoe, Pam Hough, Gordon XV' Us 'BQ T -N-I 1' Y ,.-1 'ie Lee, Larry Lenzi, Dennis Lewis, Jim Lewis, Nancy Liberty, Richard Lightsey, Pat Lipari, Chuck Lloyd, Rodney Lovello, Donna Lucero, Kathy Lucido, Dan Lupo, Sue Mahon, Stephen Mailman, Tony Manicle, Roberta Manry, Larry Mann, Mike Mann, Jim Q .4-f-rl Keena, Mike -' Kemp, Harla Kendell, Roger Kessinger, Denni Kiyoi, Lillian Knight, David Knisley, Jeff Knudsen, Kristine Knutson, Neil mls rn ty! Kowalski, Tom Lakkala, Robert Lararra, Linda Lardenslager, Debra Laura, Lena Lawrence, Sherrie Lazzarini, Maryann Le Boeuf, Dave Main, Mary Maria, Darlene Marin., Cindi Marin, Jerry Marlor, Danny Martin, Tigri Masayko, John Mathews, Mitd1 Matthews, Dorothy Matthews, Leslie Mauch, Cathy Mayfield, Barbara McAIister, David McCarthy, Chris McCoy, Marie McGuire, Kathy McKininie, Bill McKeo n, Mike McNelly, Jon Meikle, Chris Mercure, Tom Merrif, Margo Mickelson, Mike Mikesell, George Milligan, Glen Millimaki, Richard Moore, Kathy Morgan, Linda Morrison, Ron Muller, Donna Myhre, Doug Nelson, Jay Neves, Arlis Noble, Charles Noble, Jack Norville, Leland -L- if rv' .ff iff- ' ...I ,fs shi-if vu.,- 1 i-12. , -rs -1-auf fa-- IAA 1-7 ar-- 1' HHN ...A ...ali .,.- Y 156 Rangel, Margie Raya, Joe Reynolds, Jerry Richardson, Glenn Riggins, Ervin Rizzio, Larry Robinson, Larry Robertson, Tom Rodoseo, Ted Rodriquez, Stephan Ross, John. Rudy, Carol Runnings, Bob Runnings, Roy Sabatini, Lisa Salazar, Celeste Sanchez, Rachel Sanfilippo, Pete -:rf--P LRF? O'Connell, Kathleen Oertal, David O'Malley, Bryan Orr, Jeanne Osferlund, Diane Oversfreef, Alice Oversireet, Karen Oye, Gary Pacheco, Andy Pacheco, Douglas Payne, Mike Parsons, Harry Perry, Myra Perry, Tish Perryman, Don Pierson, Bruce Pitra, Rich Raney, Sheila 'in ..-' .,....' Q- -.. .iv '- A avi'- qm- ...a- ' . 'tw '13 vc- 'Yv- r Simoni, Nancy Simpson, Ralph Slaney, Don Slatter, Susan Smith, Barbie Smith, Larry Smyth, Nancy Sobrero, Joe Sonnikson, ,Miki Soddiimbploanneb Sparacino, Bill Stamps, Danny Steele, Bobby Stewart, Jim Stokes, Peggy Sfortz, Bill Susini, Al Susini, Joey ,.... -if x., xl: I ,. L-' .. -. N.":-' WT sc En .4 CLA Santos, Dave Schardt, Barbara Schroeder, Craig Schulf, Robert Schultz, Jim Schunk, Karl Scully, Jim Scully, Joanne Searle, Dianne Sergenf, Dan-ny Shaw, Nora Shelton, Dave Shepard, Scott Sicre, Anthony Silva, Gloria Simar, Lester Simmons, James Simmons, Delilah 5-3 A. 'val cf-P Q-tl' --.- :'- .l .L +1 ,hi . lf , 1 1. 'A .f- il- , fem, -r-r -r" -43' fi'- Z -5. 6 l Swan Ronnie Swart Valerie Swayze Virginia Swearengxn John Tallman Linda Taylor Gerald Taylor Robert Teague Lois Terrell Nancy Terry John Thomas, Mo Thomas Steve Thomas, Sue Tompkins, Daryl Thompson, Neval Tompkins, Ed Traner, Randy Treaclway, Debbie Trevers, Catherine Trost, Janice Trovors, Katherine Trulson, Jim Turnbaugh, Pete Turner, Norval Turner, Susan Ulry, Ann Upson, Otis Vandervort, Dale Von Fossen, Paul Van Felt, Larry Varela, Chris Vaughn, Tommie Vecchi, Louis Vegas, Sandy Viale, Robert Villasenor,. Frank gray 'B Y 4'au, Nik. 4.1 'A Gillaspy, Dole Gilson, Trev 8 Qei 3 N-' he , I M H f-'ff ' ,fm r f L l Gr ,ef- 'aiu' X-1 fn .L-.', -. .-ag, -4:2 ff ' V-. --f', 1 MN Wxgiltifl 1, 'G-'J ,A R, mix N r 1, ,.,u avg- Villalva, George Vogel, Judy Wainwright, Nancy Walsh, Bill Watts, Jody Wharton, Mark White, Wanda Wilkinson, Cathy Williams, Gary Williams, Teresa Wing, Denise Winingham, Elizabeth Wood, Susan Workman, Kathie D right, Danny ,N K Wright, 'Daryl Cl -5 Wright, Bonnie UNIV Zientek, Joe r . ff Freshmen showed spirit at the Homecoming Rallyl Radosevich, Theodore Slmar, Lester Travers, Kathleen Yarnell, Nancy Zeppa, Mark . A ,Uun Q- i, w ,L , Q. x Aiello, Mike Alberts, 'Linda Beary, Linda Billecci, Pauline Curran, Cindy Hardin, Chris Harper, Nancy Jordan, Mike Laiorre, Linda Laud'enslager, Debby Mallman, Tony Manry, Larry Maricle, Roberta Martin, Jerry Masayko, John Mathews, Leslie McKinnie, Bill Nelson, .lay .1 1- nf, . ,Q i 2,11 QL. -. A .1 rl - A , 'inf' A n f , " J Ti' .'-' 'L 4 Vx 4' 1 'ln- -' x We! my Zwemmer, Ray L 4 - vi L -f ,5,m ' ,. ' . ' .. f J". ' 1 1 E, Q Q x , ,5, ww i fs, '1 ' 3- ...La Freshman, pay alfentionl CllassOQeQ o' lsqhr time ll' lllls QQJQ 'SS R Soififl "We are sophomores, we are fine. We ore the class of '69" Laurie Allen ond Julie Amonson concentrate on their biology experiment, Here sophomore girls engage in the age-old pastime of ecfing. l , Qop OUassO' ,I .. . . .ai . .. - " , lst Semester: President, Potty Coimbra, Vice Pres., Chris' Freschi, Secretory, Ginger Brooks, Representative Bcirby Pedro. 2nd Semester: President, Brion Benson, Vice Pres. Joyce Pereiro, Secretory, Laurie Allen, Repre- sentatives, Bob McGuire ond Veronica Rcingel. l A V -fv-"N E7 - SJ'-. Class Advisors: Mr. McNeill, ond Mrs. Rhoodes. . 161 .-1 6- -asf' 'Jo Baruth, Raymond Baum, Bix Beazley, Debbie Beckman, Larry Bedell, Robin Bellamy, Karen Benson, Brian Bidowski, Bill Bidowski, Marilyn Bliss, Pam Boies, Debra Bookout, Pam Bornmann, Bill Bottrell, Bruce Bowers, Sandra Bowman, Rondell Boyd, Bob Brashear, Mike an. ..-. 14-PTR Aosved, David Abbott, Craig Adams, Donald Albers, Mike Allen ,Laurie Almond, Elaine Ammerman, Susan Amerson, Kathy Amonson, Julie Analey, Gary Ashbough, Shirley Ayala, Marcie Azevedo, Gary Bailey, Martin Balestrieri, Mary Barlettani, Mark Bartolomei, Belinda Bartolomei, Theresa ,,-- 1" .l9.. I ,- qv' A Y" A5 45 fi -Q4 our 'rf Braudrick, John. Breshears, Billie Jo Breshears, Patty Bringman, Connie Eringman, Ronald Broadbent, David' Brooks, Brenda Brooks, Ginger Brown, Ken Bruno, Karen Burger, Gary Caccavo, Danny Calderon, Alex Cambra, Party Campbell, Jan Castro, Carole Cellini, Laurie Cerri, Laurel Cerri, Deana Chagnon, David Chapman, Barry Chapot, Corinne Clemeni, Barbara Clements, Carole Coffee, Jim Cohoon, Dorie Cole, Bill Cole, Doug Cola, Carol Compagno, Lynda Compfon, Debbie Conradsen, Cindy Cook, Louise Coplen, Sandra Cornell, Daryl Costanza, Barbara Duarte, Mike Duncan, Steve Elquist, Kathy Elzy, Roger Erickson, Linda Espd'rza, Tom Evans, Pam Evans, John Everton, Howard Fairbairn, Howard Faris, Merlyn Farley, Shannon Farnon, Niele Funk, Roberta Gandera, Bill Gonn, Linda Gorman, Ronnie Geels, Bruce ..,x l any T? 67 Cox, Virginia Craig, Doug Cranclell, Dick Crosby, Corley Daiani, Susan Darling, Marc Darrah, Ken Daugherty, Linda Davis, Diane Dearden, Randy de Bonneville, Dave de Graef, Mary Lou Delevafi, Del Della Rosa, Bob Doolan, Martha Doser, Dennis Doss, Donald Doss, Ronald 'Ev 51-'N -ve ? '67 Jones Jeannie Kaufmann, Steve Keena, Patty Kelly, Kevin Kennedy, Bob Kitchens, Jessie Kiyoi, Jim Koller, Mark Kolley, Pai La Caste, John Ladd, Tom Lamb, Steven Lambert, George Lasell, Pete Laudenslager, Debie Lay, Janice Le Boeuf, Gary Lee, Berneite r'Q' K 'b' 4'A"ifS Hall, Tom Hanson, Cheryl Harbrechi, Rosemary Hernandez, Pat Hickle, Gary Higby, Paul Hollard, Wayne Hornbeck, Laurence Howard, Marilyn Howe, Steve Hoyer, Marty Hurteloall, Bruce lngebritsen, Sue Inman, Alan Innes, Holly Jackson, Sybil Jasmann, Judy Jones, Casey Lepfien, Wendy Levy, Diane Lind, Chuck Lippow, Linda Livingston, Neal Lockharf, Bill Lopas, Ted Lopez, Denise Lopez, Irene Lucas, Diana Lynch, Karen Macaluso, Mark MacFarland, Jim Machado, David Madrid, Ernie Madrid, Rose Mahurin, Mike Mailman, Ed l an ... Mallory, Rick Maria, Kathy Marin, Jim Marshall, John Martin, Jim Martinez, Drucilla Martina, Mary Jeanne Mayer, Potty Mayfield, Shirley McBride, Mike McBride, Paul McCarty, Walt McClure, James McGee, Janej McGowan, Mike McGuire, Bob McMarrow, Barbara Mechling, William, Cl an i -5 '..f,I E137 ,,'1,'-i"- l Al 1-A 1 X ' X , 1.1 1 W X ' -'g r ! fx '-x 2 ."' rx" Page, Liz Page, Mike Patterson, Carol Peccianti, Mike Pedro, Barbara Pereira, Joyce Pereira, Katie Perez, Mary Ellen Perez, Paul Perry, Joe Perry, Ron Perryman, Kathie Persons, Claude Peyrucloin, Nadine Pick, Donna Pidcock, Tom Pittman, Leonard Pucci, Debbie fb' Q-.2 lv. fl -4" l -if ,qf ' 3 , , Z U- s.f , , .,. ' 4 i .fn 'Z 4- 1 . S y A Mederios, Skip l f i -, i , ' , Mefford, Johanna '-3 4. li, -' Menesini, Tom " , ' f' 6: Merrif, Debbie ' ' 'M' ' 3 - aT If Q. ' Mickle, Barry v- if ' Q' . Marr' Paula A 1 A , .VA 1 qlrul f r-.--- ' - -7 .' , l V' 'iff Q' 1,5 "fl A ' "' -,N Messina, Charles ' ' V 'i ' " A K ,gi ulcahy, Debbie ' ,., 5. , ,,,, I 'lxlirlfi uldoon, Kathleen nl" 1 1 ' I .' .1 Musgrage, Rick -3' 1 -,I A 1 ' , Myers, Allen ,, . A If "--,,,,'::?NN ', 2- Naylor, Linda l"" ' 'I-' - .,,f':'c-abc L . PA -: J, ' Nichols, John ' ' l:'f I l Niedermyer, Cindy , ,, . -N gi" Oertel, Terence l 'P 'Pull ' ' ,Q ' O'Mora, Mike CS" '- S., ' ll l -', Orme, Jack fl I ' -Q, Oxford, Shannon -We . l..' i r"'V u-.1 ,Q nm. 41" .L 'aw 1' wr' Rodrigues, Marty Roragen, Lauren Rosengarten, Andy Rosegarten, Linda Rubino, Sandy Rushton, Joan Russo, Joe Sandars, Doug Sargent, Michael Sasek, Gary Satre, Rita Saunders, Dennis Schneider, Rick Schneiders, Paul Scott, Panjiela Scully, Roberta Serrato, Luis Settembrino, Jacquie ti? -s-a Q. x 'K X' Th Price, Pat Quilici, Mike Rangel, Becky Rangel, Jim Rangel, Veronica Ray, Jack Ray, Mike Ray, Pattie Reese, Becky Relic, Ron Rengersen, Rena Riccobuona, Glen Richards, Rich Riel, Laura Rizzio, Mark Roberts, Richard Roberts, Robin Roche, Linda QA Shepard, David Shepard, Eddy Silar, Linda Silva, Joel Sisler, Art Slatter, Don Smith, Debbie Smith, Mark Smith, Steve Sobrero, John Souza, Torn Sparacino, Jim Spowart, Chris Staffelbach, Heidi Stamate, Joanne Stanton, Linda Steele, Barbara Stevens, Brad Stevens, Harold Stonebarger, Kathy Stortz, Cherie Straube, Paul Suess, Chris Sullivan, Carl Sullivan, Greg Sutfin, Rosemarie Swayze, Lana Sweaza, Dennis Swedburg, Sally Tallman, Randy Tatrnan, Letitia Taylor, Tommy Tellesch, Shelley Tenconi, David Thiessen, Mark Thomas, Susan ,TZ 2:- 'AIN Q 'lit .ff Y I. ,X S' if-A ,Q 1.1, ,A T5 x S' Y' 'Y Wheat, Vicki White, Wilma Whitman, Lennie Wilkinson, Dan Williams, Linda Willis, Jim Wilson, Marcia Winingharn, Stephen Wisher, Joe Woods, John Yates, Mike Zimmer, Mary Ann Zwemmer, Ron Quintero, Mark Quontamatteo, Joane Harris, Steve fr ca, arf- Cevasco, Sue , x K La..-r-1 ' ..'x "' ' Q5 X.7iX "Q ..-TW 'R xr? -1 K ill gl TN 4,8 ' --ll . s .X - . l lg -NE?-. l' , W Y I ' 'Lv ,NW 'TTTW ' ...W r . 0 '-if' 1 1 ' ' . lf I ' .ATT l. A f . with f' 3 - ,f' Hui' i rx, A ,L-lx i I T . 43.1, ' l W - i '-fx Y .fs ik? 1-Rf.. Tibbet, Don Tomlinson, Denise Treadway, Tom Troike, Steve Trujillo, Rosana Twitchell, Steve Ulmer, Cheryl Viera, Joanne Villalobos, Juanita Wadlow, Greg Wagner, Bob Waite, Carol Walling, Harold Walsh, Tim Ware, Pat Watkins, Hubert Watson, Mark Webb, Debbie lv 1? Fidler, Philip Fierner, Mark Filomeo, Leonard Fontona, Nancy Foster, Alan French, Vicki Freschi, Chris Freschi, Corky Frink, Richard Frisbie, Norman Furtado, Michael Gentry, Mike Gibson, Lola Glenn, Debby Goldenberg, Dorthea Goodman, Pete Gordon, Eddie Gould, Ronnie ali f 'kxfinc in . , 1 S , l l ' 1 6. ' uf' "' if 'f os- 4f::J P - +22-2 l' -f-'f 76 - r A. 1.91 X 1 ..'1'3-M ' ,,.-v Grondalski, John Grandbois, Samuel Graves, Grant Gray, Lloyd Gremillion, Patty Grihstead, Vickie Grisham, Linda Lopos, Ted Mortin, Mary Rangel, Becky Mr. Reynolds seemed to, be concentrating on biology more than his sophomore students were. .li Qoplw I w Adiow r Patty Cambra . . . a hard-working example of a sophomore. Scphomores don't believe in rebounds Marta Pariani, Sandy Rubino, and Donna Jean Lopes learn by trial and error how to prepare real nourishment. Q 'QQ X AGI Jw11owCJUassO' 'Q I .QJ 1 E, 41-Q Q... 7- lst Semester: President, Larry Hall, Vice Pres. Hank Lamp, Secretary, Roxie Susini, Representatives, Pete Bartlett and Rick Dosa. 2nd Semester: President, Peter Bartlett, Vice Pres. John Holley, Secretary, Bonnie Ballard, Representatives, Bob Coultas and Rick Dosa. fr- Class Advisors: Miss Fitzpatrick and Mr. Reynolds. 171 Aiello, Don Aiello, Tim Albano, Frank Amato, Bob Ames, Wayne Amonson, Greg Anderson, Bob Anderson, Jim Anderson, Robert Arias, Theresa Arnall', Carroll Baily, Renual Baird, Lindo Balestrieri, Frank Belastrieri, Lou Ball, Gayle Ballard, Bonnie Barbeau, Jody .x X 'i "Tl ,f fl -ll r l 17 ,dl Bringman, Wally Britton, Joe Brittingham, Les Brombacher, Tina Brown, Jerry Bunyard, Pam Burchell, Rene Burns, Kathy Bryant, Jack Cabral, Jim Cambra, Margaret Cambron, Allen Carden, Cincli Carrara, Bill Castro, Cecilia Christman, Daniel Chittenden, John Claeys, Jacqueline i Barkley, Jackie Barlettani, Gail Barlettani, John Barney, Mary Bartolomei, Kathleen Bartlett, Peter Baruth, John Bell, Betty Beninger, John Bergquam, Kirsti Biggi, Michael Biggs, Steven Billecci, Grace Blankenship, Pam Bobrosky, Roberta Bollinger, Marsha Bonntraeger, Linda Braxton, Diana ,ga--, ar- .w-, 'FM 4... Q5 1. i ,4'5 -rn v-.,x fll ik Daly, Tim Damanti, Tom Daugherty, Philip Davi, Cathy Davilla, George Davis, Jeff Davy, Alan Dearden, Sharon deBonneville, Karen Delchini, Karen Dempsey, Audra Densmore, John Demagglo, Vince Dismuke, Wayne Dosa, Rick Dowdy, Ben Dressler, Linda Dutra, Manuel ! l ' 'lf' . V 1 AIC. -- f.,x .fo in Qq 1 an xg-. 'f l 'vfv QTL Colbert, Darrell Contreras, Yolanda Converse, Alan Cooper, Bill Cornelius, Dale Cortese, Mike Corum, Dave Costa, Randy Costa, Sue Costanza, Larry Costanza, Patty Coultas, Bob Covey, Bonnie Cox, Leslie Cox, Ronald Cox, Roy Coy, Barbara Cummings, Lorenzo '7- we. 3, Dye, Bruce Dyke, Bill Edmonds, Kim Erickson, Ron Ernest, Debbie Evans, Gary Farley, Ula Fautheree, Vickie Fimbres, Yvonne Fink, John France, Lane Fraser, Rosalie Freeman, John French, Dave Frey, Robert Fryer, Mike Fryman, Danny Fuhrer, Louis i Gage, Karen Gallagher, Richard Gargan, Jim Garlington, Ted Geoff, Judy Gideon, Jim Gill, Richard Gladstone, Sue Gloor, John Goodard, Sue Golden, Steve Gotham, Debbie Gray, Chris Greene, Edith Griffin, Corlis . Guerra, Dave Hall, Larry Hamilton, Marilyn 1 VL, ,', A . ,V .x as -sift dx 'tis J in Howard, Janet Hoxworth, Rosie Huff, David' Jackson, Marlene Jasmann, Larry Johnson, James Jones, Bill Jones, Cathy Jones, Kathy Jordan, Richard Katzemayer, Barbara Kellis, Dave Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Micky Kerst, Wanda Kinoshifa, Mike Knief, Karen Knopoff, Tina ',,..f- 'No' I Y. 1 f N-.,.e"' 14,3 . 0 gi Hanson, Jim Hanson, Lana Hardy, Ruth Harness, Steve Harper, Robin Harrington, Ray Hawelka, Joe Hedund, Gretchen Hegland, Jill Henry, Chris Heruth, Kathy Hickey, Gary Hilson, Diane Hinrichsen, Don Hobaugh, Wendell Holley, John Hopkins, Diane Horst, Linda S. AAA fs ,VX ISSN' sw"' ur? ..-r , 1 4' lil 42:1 f?t' Kowalski, Peter Kutner, Gloria Labrie, Howard Lamp, Hank Lazzarini, Frank Leclere, Marc Lent, Rofeal Leptien, Carolyn Lessard, Melinda Little, Roger Lindsay, Debra Lloyd, Cindy Lockhart, Bob Langsine, Kathy Lucido, Sally Lynch, Allyn Mainini, Mike Mann, Carolyn 11 Murch, Charles Murray, Bob Murray, Jan Murphy, Jane Negherbon, Scott Nelson, Dave Oordella, Robert Oertel, Thomas Ohs, Don Olive, Sandy O'Maro, Pat Orme, David O'Shea, Mike Owen, Jerry Page, Bob Pallaoro, John Parodi, Pat Pasley, Bobby 00 I ,1 .36 1 I . ,I .- Q., , I' t ii" '-r . Marchi, Christie Maria, Dennis Maricle, Diane Martini, Tom Martino, Joan. McDowell, Shirley Mcarty, Steve McGuire, Mike McLaughlin, Anne Meikle, Eric Merrit, Bill Miller, Janette Moe, Scott Moellman, Vince Monington, Annette Moran, Jim Morgan, Dennis Mowry, Jody N -3:53 Q-4 fix I l 'L l'll 1 'ue-I '.i.-.F lf' -J :.' - ' 'ln 1 4' I5 . ,,,.x -:- 175 ver Ramos, Joann Raven, Pete Raya, Xavier Remorini, Debbie Rice, George Richards, Kathy Riggins, Delane Riggins, Diane Rippee, Hubert Roberts, Joan Robrecht, Marilyn Rose, Gorman Rossengren, Sandi Routh, Guerry Sanchez, Ralph Sanfilippo, Jim Saunders, Marian Schultz, Clay 1? -'Is 4:5 Ny '+ 'Magi -3 , -Ci it 3 " ggi vf 'bn 5- ,.Q,. K ,-so Paulson, Phil Payne, Steve Pedrcis, John. Pereira, Danny Peters, Bill Pettit, Cliff Pighin, Shelly Pistochini, Mark Phillips, Donna Pollatta, Dan Posey, Alan Posse, David Proto, Kathy Price, Clyde Provost, Judy Quan, Diana Quilici, Vernon Quontamatteo, Donna Schultz, Schunk, Sergen Seth, Seth, Shaw, Sherri! Shrive Silva, Silva, Silvest Simmo Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Souza, F1 Debbie Dale t, Cindi Evie Ollie Cliff l, Tom r, Linda Bob Mike ri, Robert ns, Don Jerry John Kathy Marlene Cliff 'Kit' L, 'Mitt Spadino, Dave Sperbeck, Mike Spengler, Sandy Spowart, Pat Steele, Deborah Stinson., Mary Stonebarger, Garry Storant, Lynelle Susini, Roxi Swayze, Janet Swearengin, Ray Taylor, Kathy l Telfer, John Terry, Barbara Thuemmler, Keith Trainor, Rob Tronganhouser, Pam Torres, Barbara I tc: :AQ UF.. , . i., "fe fl hifi-xiii V . 5, F4 Nt- 7 Q, lla- Tcl. I. fi '4 'w- ?' .V . - -'r .,- , X.-. ,..,. . QF T 'zfiffio , I .1 Alt is r t 1-I ., ", I . 'N.,,wi. Q5.fFa'ii f' V x F Www ji . "1 . f gf " 'xv 4' I "N 1 'Z " ' g S.-f "tl X ' XX '3'4-5 ,,., I T il . U Q" Q- el" S .i N 3 I .4 Q ,1 1. 'fx 'Ll-N ' U 1:-n , 1. W '-Z' -. f 1 "I-? tr-nl F1 'r- lg" ..-.-FI., Lflrl "' ' 'ii f 13 ' N'-1 - -, b x 1 '-I' I "V . 1'-'j lf' ' .'i,' i.f- -' 1 1-Q .. 71 ' I , 'J lllsfrb T 'Q fu' ll' ' Q lx 1 :ag Yann ..n, ,.i Town, Russelle Townzen, Wayne Tygielski, Steve Tyre, Dave Upson, Kathy Uribe, Chris Utley, Dwight Vegas, David Wade, Leonard Walker, Mark Welch, Stephanie West, Ginny Whalen, Bob Wikander, Diana Wilkerson, Dave Willer, Dave Williams, Allan Williams, Danny Williams, Greg Wonnenberg, Bev Woods, Tim Wright, Roberta Zanetta, Steve Billecci, Tom Q- ry., H., "Q- nel ,I ' v t 18: ' Tdlwl-five 5:3 Peter Bartlett spent most of his lherl time looking for his bubblegum. ' No, these boys aren't the Marx Bros. But they run CI close second. They are Guy X Williams, Tim Daly and Larry Cummings. XXWOJ l N- X N Dave DaCarte turns on the elbow grease. l i Spike Sez: G-O G-O GOI 5 178 i Bel-iwLTlw Soma with 68 can Roberts, Pam Tromanhouser, Tina Brombacher, and' Carolyn Mann catch the punchline af Tina's joke. Juniors tell Mr. Nichols he's a "liar" when he takes the true test. Jill Heglan.d "Barefootin" it V W L . ' . c i I . , Y , t i . Sue Goddard adds something extra to the attendance office. -ll l J' l H' .1 Rosengren, Sharal Rouse, Susan Sfevens, Linda Wilson, Vicki Zeppa, Mark Colin, Carol Cora, Carolyn Feliciano, JoAnn Hoey, Party Brothers, Melody Chafman, Rosalinda Crow, Jane Furman, Claudia Lazzarini, Lyone Lucero, Dorothy McAfee, Karren Sanchez, Rose C-3'-3+ Qi i I X an Q!! Bedell, Judy Bevill, Sherry Cerri, Marlene Colbert, Cherie Copozza, Teresa Crofton Candy Duhame, Cynthia Ensread, Faye Falls, Nancy Forresl, Nancy Hall, Barbara Kowalski, Susan Larabell, Deborah MacAlvey, Kathy MacDonald, Leslie N :QL y , , j ,llj A A 'C ' .rs 4, ,. . rp LJ l- V l,', K.. , , t , Z, Q -JJ :X P' ' X ALM ELA I l l l i 4' ' i Moss, Yvonne Reese, Ma rgorer Roque, Debby if V c V i ,ff C l ,ge 4-.J Aa xv ZLL N Petra Otero Peggy Aiello Marie Linam Mrs. Marka-kls ,U .P- wx I I f v F x 1 A-N .wg ...n- Q, -,I ' 'E Ken Angley Kofhy Compogno Bob Gardellc Kathy Taylor Jim Carrico Jim Blake Julie Servcmfes John Fcrizell' Kathy Sfonebcrger Carol 'M-cGuire Barbara Cox Hubert' Watkins Befsy Overslfreef l8l AML NMA Wm SHELL CHEMICAL CO. Martinez, California l Pwvw QM, QPOMM8 H21 75,5 LAIRD'S MARKET TOM'S FLYING A In the 228-9813 L 81 LSl'1opping Center GIANT CHEF BURGERS 3600 Pacheco Blvd., Martinez 1311 Pine St. JOHN'S FLYING A 941 Alhambra'Ave. 980 Hough Ave. 685-9894 508 Monument Blvd., Concorou 4'-pns.g5Ava-11,5-.,,,5.l.-.A-.47 1 SAL COLA CONSTRUCTION CO. Qll MQlg2?lO3O2MO"llnez Alhambra Ave. Martinez LI L L, T F1 . rl ., ' l .I . 1, A 3 VL!-l ' I TA L ,A l it l ,lf A 'T'-ii ll' ' qv" T I If-ll ll? ll 5' ' ff-3. .f N C at ll Xkl L . 5, , ZUFALL'S MOVING 8- STORAGE BUILT-RIGHT CONST. CO. 620 Howard St. Mtz. 4751 Pleasant Hill Rd. E. Earl D. Dunivan-Owner Martinez 228-6900 228-2318 686-4737 184 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1967 AND ALL ALHAMBRANS MOUNTAIN VIEW GARBAGE CO. L. C. DELCHINI 228-2717 KELLER FORD SALES Two Locations In Martinez 800 Alhambra Ave. 4041 Alhambra Ave. 228-6666 228-71 1 1 STILL GROWING AFTER A CENTURY HALF 'LV. MARTINEZ REFINERY ki x . SHELL OIL COMPANY 1 . 185 KEAN CHEVRON SERVICE WlNK'S DRIVE-IN 3725 Alhambra Ave. 3835 Alhambra Avenue 228-0100 228-4566 I, 1 6' up ll D W A L- if f 'L 'X .- X, I lk . 1. . I U-SAVE LIQUOR AND SPORTING GOODS Alhambra and "K" Streets .r Martinez 228-6153 N. it BERGER'S EQUIPMENT "Sales-Service-Rentals'' 400 Ferry St. 228-5848 RON'S SHELL SERVICE 3630 Alhambra Avenue 228-1629 ' 'L' ' - 2... --.i,,.a-,-...... - GEORGE E. FRESCHI RUPE'S PHlLLIP'S 66 SERVlCE THE FLORENCE SHOP State Farm Insurance 3700 Alhambra Ave. 736 Main St. Lower rates for good Students" Martinez 228-3393 Martinez 228-2446 228-0930 228-3278 l86 I ami 12 J CONTRA COSTA DRUG 3815 Alhambra Ave. 228-3460 if -, iii J. E. DIGARDI WINERY H 'u':nQ'Tm'ff- " - 3785 Pacheco Blvd. Q-ri x - 228-2638 "Punch for Parties" Qtr- -.ip -q Al. BARLETTANI FLYING A" SERVICE ' 2 Martinez 3700 Alhambra Avenue 228-3393 l -aa. A vlvloN's HAIRSTYLES l -eds 631 Main ST' Mammal BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '67 2200400 MARTINEZ CAR WASH ALHAMBRA AVENUE 187 Ib' Il MODERN EVE SHOP ALHAMBRA REALTY "Own Your Home First" 3534 Alhambra Avenue Martinez 228-7000 "Congratulations to the Class of 1967" GEORGE DORVAL 3755 Alhambra Avenue REDWOOD ROOM 712 Alhambra Avenue "Compliments of Ernie and Primo" SALEM SHOE REPAIR SHOP 635 Main Street Martinez 711 Ferry St. 228-2446 Martinez 228-6232 Y "Congratulations to the Class of 1967" MARTINEZ DRUGS 502 Main St. 228-3220 1 EVERETT F. JOHNSON State Farm Insurance 1 1104 Jones Street 1 Martinez 228-0196 l 1 I l l MARTINEZ AUTO aonv l 412 Ward sf. l Martinez ' 228-3689 I X DELLA ROSA TRUCKING LASELL'S BEAUTY SALON COMPANY 2385 Blvd. Martinez 917 Alhambra Ave. 228-3926 228-0550 1105 Alhambra Avenue 188 228-0880 W!LL!AM'S SHOES 728 Main Street Martinez 228-3643 ALHAMBRA DELICATESSEN AND LIQUORS 3314 Alhambra Ave. 228-3857 THE MOUNTAIN COPPER CO., LTD. 100 Mococo Rd. Martinez THE MARTINEZ CLUB WISHES THE CLASS OF '67 GOOD LUCK MARTINEZ MUSIC CENTER Lessons o Sales 0 Rentals 521 Main ST. 228-5117 AUTO PARTS SALES CO. 636 Ward ST. 228-6060 SPARACINO'S FOODS CaTering Weddings o Dinners 0 Banquets 601 Main Sr. 228-3094 MARTINEZ RADIO 8- TV SERVICE 501 Escobar 228-3507 1 l GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '67 SNOOK'S JEWELERS JOHNNY MILLER TRAVEL BUREAU "Our Business is Going Places" 709 Las Junfas Sf. 228-3613 MacALVEY PAINTING 81 DECORATING 1324 Berrellessa 228-57,26 PONGRACE DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 725 Howard 228-3118 . . .j.gl,:-A POP'S LIQUORS 623 Main St. 228-5151 . A. CLAEYS Mclmnez Berrellessa and Buckley 2286976 MARTINEZ FURNITURE COMPANY 516 Ferry ST. 228-5200 MARTINEZ FOOD CANNERS 191 Grangers Wharf Martinez 228-2670 MANOR PRINTING CO. "CongraTulaTions Class of '67" 3788 Pacheco Blvd. MT. VIEW MARKET 2398 Ma rfinez Ave. 228-5534 CONNOLLY AND TAYLOR, INC., FUNERAL DIRECTORS 400 Alhambra Ave. Martinez, Calif. 228-4700 ,QM H ,.,. 1:--n, " 'Nh ,.... - Pilil.U?S ' - " V .m a 3: 1 2 v f I fan'-1. 17 ' WA pi 'K '14 gb I. Lb J qv rl Il, I 1 A, , fb V' P? cl' E. 7 x ,EES ,s .' ai. L lx If , V - 'Y 'K ' .l K l . ,ii I 4 A.. 31, f' , w ,.M - H r E L'x.'wV4 Z' - 'i-'J v ' li. AIP ,Myth l In uf, When you're looking for a service station... look for the PHILLIPS 66 sl1ield...ancl get the gasoline that won the West! lgdfddlf Sewice A Subsidiary of Blomquist Tank Lines, Inc. MARTINEZ, CALIFORNIA -gi . K -7' f f if .Q 4. N ,,H5,f,,,,.f A- f-'T Authorized Dealer ARGCO Construction Products LEO SCHREUDER Real Estate - Insurance 831 Main 'Martinez Phone 228-4261 ADAMS MARKET 1622 Pacheco Blvd. THE MODERN STUDIO OF HAIR DESIGN 3596 Pacheco Blvd. Martinez Phone 228-1613 BUD'S PORK CHOP SANDWICH two locations MIDDLETON MARCH 720 Main St. 228-5083 815 Main St. 1908 Oak Parlr Martinez Pleasant Hill MAC Al-VEY'S NURSERY FRANCO'S FLORIST GRANSHAW'S FLOWERS Pleasant Hill Road Cliff Franco 811 Main St. 228-6610 3541 Mr. Diablo Blvd. 725 Main si. 228-1100 Lafayette - 283-6187 Mantinez - 228-1525 LEE'S HANCOCK AABCO-WESTERN PRESS KAL-FAIR 3700 Pacheco Blvd. 1032 Pine St. "The Store That Has Martinez, Calif. 228-3600 Everything" 649 Main 228-5613 CHERRIE'S DRIFT INN Invites the class of '67 to come in and have an Impl COLOMBO'S AUTO ELECTRIC "Congratulations to the Class of '67" 4240 Alhambra Way LASELL'S HARDWARE 911 Alhambra Ave. Martinez, Calif. 228-0120 ANGELO'S 436 Ferry Street Martinez, Calif. SPORTSMAN'S BARBER SHOP 602 Ferry St. Martinez Emil Flackus VINE HILL BARBER SHOP 3788 Pacheco Blvd. Martinez, Calif. 228-5819 K AND D DRUGERY THE COUNTRY STORE HARPEIPS INSURANCE AGENCY 600 Main Street 3840 Pacheco 729 Ferry St. Martinez 223-1303 228-0117 Martinez, Calif. 228-5208 FRANK RICKS REALTOR 3855 Alhambra Ave. 228-1267 TOM'S FY" CLUB 3545 Alhambra Ave. 228-3095 PACIFIC FURNITURE 413 Ferry St, Martinez 228-4435 Congratulations Congratulations to the to the Class of 1967 Class of 1967 MoD'ERN BARBER SHOP Councilwoman CASE'S SUNDRIES 3755 Alhcmbn' Ave- ROSALIE BENSON Cards - Gifts - Sundries 2300 Martinez Ave. 228-0422 R.l'S LIQUOR AND GROCERIES 2820 Pacheco Blvd. Robert Martini John Rousl Class of '53 Class of '48 TOM'S UNION SERVICE STATION 741 Green St. 228-9967 MARLlN'S TRAILER SALES 381 Arthur Rd. 228-6000 191 HILSON'S FAMILY 610 Main Street Martinez 228-6280 LUCIDO 8- SON TV REPAIR 2843 Alhambra Ave. 228-2541 REED'S STATIONERY 724 Main Sf. 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Loyola REAL ESTATE APPRAISER Ray Chapot ACCOUNTANTS Griffin 81 Christiansen DENTISTS Dr. W. J. Fahden Dr. Fred E. Buschke Dr. Jerry R. Kramer Dr. Oliver L, Silvera Dr. Robert D. Kassels Dr. Norman W. McDonald Dr. James R. Hayward Dr. G. A. Bullock OPTOMETRISTS K. W. Gove, O.D. S. P. Williams, O.D. V. V. Edwards, O.D. ATTORNEYS Bray, Baldwin, 84 Egan Hoey, Hoey, 81 Hall . '19 SHAM'S PIZZA-A TASTY TRADITION WITH ALHAMBRA - LF .I- ,, To AHS s+uclen'rs, +hank you for your pafronage +his year. A 81 W ROOT BEER 'li WS A PLEASURE TO WORK vvl 55500, Vgfwfwf r LX . Lomfgfcexfx mx Gm? Q19 N x CWSV5 ' W W UV W5 M MWJA WJ f VXgvigM v aff? NENNI j pgofog fzafigy ' , AND CO. , LHAMBRA AVENUE MARTINEZ, CALIF. At the Dorval Buuldlng TELEPHONE 228 1909 Aasved, David 145, 162 Abbott, Craig 162 Adams, Donald 162 Adams, Richard 136, 152 60141 ee-en Barron, Jane 152 Bartlett, Pe iert7i,i72,i7s,8i Bartolomei, Belinda 162 Bartolomei, Francene 152 Agers, Peggy 29, 134, 136, 152, 180 Aiello, Donald 138, 145, 172, 117 Aiello, Michael 152 Aiello, Rosalie 44 Aiella, Timothy 172 Albana, Frank 172 Albano,,Joseph 100 V Albano, Rosemary 441 Albers, Michael 136, 140, 162 Bryce, C Alberts, Janet 139, 140, 44 Alberts, Linda 137, 152 Albertson, Michael 152 Albinger, Mrs, Linda 25 Alcott, Na Allen, Lau ncy44 ria145,161,162 Almond, Elaine 137, 162 Amato, Bob 172 Amato, Debbie 152 Ames, Wayne 172 Arnmerman, Susan 162 Amerson, Kathy 162 Amonson, Gregory 172 Amonson, Julie 162 Anderson, Mr. Gerald 14 Anderson, James 172 Anderson, Marilyn 44 Anderson, Robert 172 Angleo, Theresa 152 Angley, Gary 162 Angley, Kenneth 181 Angley, Richard 44 Apparius,Jeti115 Arguello, Ernest 44 Arias, Maria 152 Arias, Theresa 139, 172 Arnall, Carroll 172 Arnold, Janet 152 Ashbaugh,Shir1ee 137,162 Austin, Randy 152 Avila, Antonia 152 Ayala, Angie 152 Ayala, Marcie 162 Azevedo, Dunky 136, 152 Azevedo, Gary 99, 162 Bango, Susanne 137, 152 Bailey, Martin 18, 162 Bailey, Renual 172 Baird, Linda 130, 134, 139, 172 Baird, Panela 152 Balestrieri Balestrieri, Frank 172 Balestrieri, Grace Ann 152 Balestrieri, Joseph 44 Balestrieri ,Josephine 136, 152 Balestrieri, Lau 21, 172 ,Mary Ann 162 Ball, Mr. Douglas 18 Ball, Gayle 172 Ballard, Bonnie 130, 171, 172 Ballou, John 152 Barbeau, Jody 172 Barber, Mrs. Maxine 21 Barkley, Jacqueline 172 Barlettani, Gail 172 Barlettani, John 172 Barlettani, Mark 162 Barnes, Donald 44 Barney, Mary 172 Bartolomei, Jolene 44 Bartolomei, Kathleen 172 Bartolamei, Theresa 162 Baruth, John 172 Baruth, Raymond 162 Baum, Mr. Herman W. 18 Baum, Nancy 72, 137, 150, 152 Baum, Willard 162 Beaman, Fredrick 152 Beordsley, Linda 152 Beaty, Linda 152 Beazley, Deborah 162 Beckman, Larry 111, 114, 162 Bedell, Cindy 44 Bedell, Judith 180 Bedell, Robin 28, 140, 145, 162 Belarde, Michael 143, 44 Bell, Betty 70, 71, 170, 172 Bellamy, Karen 162 Bellecci, Pauline 152 Bellecci, Tom 177 Belon, Marc 111, 114, 152 Benedict, Christina 44 Benenati, Catherine 152 Benedict, Christopher 32 Beninger, John 172 Bennett, Vickie 27,44 Benson, Brian 161, 162 Benson, Eric 37, 88, 44 Berg, Dennis 44 Bergstrom, Mr. Herbert 24 Bergquan, Kirsti 172 Bevill, Sherry 180 Bickell, Mrs. Mardell 13 Bidowski, Marilyn 162 Bidowski, William 162 Biggi, Michael 172 Biggs, Steven 172 Billecci, Grace 172 Birch, Mrs. Mary 11 Bixler, lsla 44 Blair, Donald Ray 139,44 Blake, James 181 Blankenship, Pamela 139, 172 Bliss, Pamela 162 Bobrosky, Roberta 172 Bockhold, Christina 89, 127,44 Boies, Debra 137, 162 Bollinger, Marcia 172 Baokoot, Pam 162 Bookoot, Dennis Bornmann, William 162 Borntraeger, Linda 127, 130, 172 Botrell, Bruce 99, 162 Boucher, Mr. Giles 11 Bowers, Sandra 162 Bowman, Rondell, 162 Boyce, Debbie 134 Boyd, Annie 139, 44 Boyd, Robert 99, 111, 114, 162 Brady, Milay 152 Branchcomb, David 29, 152, 115 Brashear, Michael 162 Braudrick, John 162 Braxton, Diana 172 Braxton, Donna 44 Brenchley, Linda 152 Breshears, Billie Jo 162 Breshears, Patty 162 Brewer, Wanda 152 Bringman,Cannie162 Bringman, Ronald 162 Bringman, Walter 172 Brittingham, Leslie 172, 115 Britton, Joe 1 1, 172 Broadbent, David 162, 115 Brocca, John 44, 64, 117 Brornbacher, Tina 72, 172, 179 Brooke, Terry 152 Brooks, Brenda 162 Brooks, Doris 44 Brooks, Ginger 161, 162 Brothers, Melody 180 Brown, Dennis 93, 44 Brown, Jerry 13, 172 Brown, Kenneth 29, 140, 162, 117 Brown, Pamela 44 Bruno, Karen 162 herie 143 Bunyard, Doris 152 Bunyard, Pamela 172 Burchell, Rene 139, 172 Burdine, Marilyn 44 Burdine, May 28, 44 Burger, Gary 162 Burns, Kathy 172 Burns, Linda 27, 44 Butler, Charles 152 Butler, Richard 152 Cabral, James 172, 117 Cabral, Richard 16, 100, 111, 114, 152 Caccavo, Danny 99, 108, 162, 109 Caccavo, James 109, 152 Cahoan, Dory 134 Cahill, Stephen 114, 152 Caine, Mr. Tommy 24 Calderon, Alexander 162 Calicura, Samuel 100, 152 Cambra, Margareth 32, 136, 138, 172 Cambra, Patricia 28, 134, 136, 161, 162 Cambrom, Allen 172 Cambron, Roy152, 113, 111 Campbell, Jan 162 Campbell, Kathy 45 Campbell, Shirley, 152, 28 Capozzo, Teresa 180 Carden, Cynthia 70, 71, 172 Cardinalli, Anita 127, 138,45 Carpenter, Mrs, Hortense 21 Carpenter, Marilyn 45 Carlson, Loyce 33 Carrico, James 94, 127, 129 Carrillo, Gracielo 152 Carrillo, Randy 152 Carrara, Bill 172 Carroll, Michael 120, 152 Carter, Anita 137, 152 Carter, Robin 152 Cartright, Luwalia 45 Castro, Carole 162 Castro, Cecilia 172 Castro, Eddie 152 Cavagnaro, Linette 152 Cellini, Mrs. 12 Celline, Jana 162 Cellini, Laurel Cellini, Pamela 152 Cerri, Deanna 163 Cerri, Laurel 28, 162 Cerri, Louise 27, 136, 45 Cerri, Marlene 136, 180 Cetko, Nancy Cesario, Darlene Cevasco, Susan 167 Chagnon, David 163 Chamberlain, Mark 46 Chaney, Karen 28, 134, 137, 152 Chang, Miss Diana 22 Chapman, Barry 163 Chapot, Corinne 145, 163 Chapot, Joe 88, 140, 144, 145, 46, 62, 80 Chatman, Rosalinda 139, 180 Chavez, Robert 46 Chavez, Thomas 46 Chinen, Mitsu111,114,152 Chittenden, John 29, 172 Christman,D.avid172 Christman, Verna 46 Churchill, Gordon 152 Claeys, Jacqueline 26, 172 Clark, Patricia 46 Cleaves, Mr. Davis 15 Clemont, Barbara 137, 163 Clements, Carole 163 Clement, Charles 83, 46 Clement, Robert 32, 83, 139, 140, 46 Clement, Mrs. Mary 20 Cline, Gary 152 Coffee, James 163 Cahill, Steve 111 Cohoon, Dorie 137, 163 Colbert, Cherie 32, 180 Colbert, Darrell 99, 173 Cola, Carol 163 Cale, Douglas 111, 114, 163 Cole, William 163 Colin, Carol 137, 180 Colis, Joseph 126, 46 Collins, James 153 Collins, Kathy Colombo, Sharon 87, 46 Combs, Brenda 153 Cometta, Jill 127, 137, 139, 140,46 Cometta, Karen 153 Compagno, Kathryn 181 Compagno, Lynda 163 Compton, Deborah 163 Connor, Mrs. Wilma Mae 17 Conradsen, Cynthia 163 Contreras, Tony 100 Contreras, Yolanda 173 Converse, Alan 173 Converse, Kenneth 109 Cook, Beverly 26, 46 Cook, Louise 163 Cooper, Jerry 153 Cooper,Linda153 Cooper, William 137, 173 Coplen, Sandra 163 Copozza, Theresa 180 Cordes, Louise 153 Cordova, Gilbert 41, 46 Cornelius, Dale 28, 138,173 Cornell, Daryl 163 Corona, Sandra Cortese, Michael 173, 117 Corum, David 173 Carum, Thomas 153 Costa, Randi 99, 173 Costa, Susan 173 Costanza, Barbara 163 Costanza, Catherine 46 Costanza, Gayle 153 Costanza, Lawrence 94, 127, 173, 1 129, 114 Costanza, Patricia 173 Cota, Carolyn 180 Cou ltas, Robert 94, 127, 173, 171, 129, 87, 86, 122, 124 Covey, Bonnie 173 Cowan, Sharon 46 Cox, Barbara 181 Cox, Leslie 102, 173 Cox, Randy 100, 153, 109, 121 Cox, Ronald 173 Cox, Roy 173 Cox, Virginia 163 Coy, Barbara 173, 5 Coy Danny 13 153 Craig, David 153 Crai Crai g, Douglas 163 g, Michael 93, 29, 46 Crandell, Richard 163 Crill,Ann 127,46 Crogten, Candyce 180 Crosby, Corley 163 Crow, Jane 180 Cummings, Larry 173, 178 Cummings, Michael 153,29 Cunningham, Gary 153, 100 Curl ess, Frances 46 Curran, Cynthia 153 Cutler, Steve 46 Daiani, Susan 163, 28, 134 Daiani, Mr. Yousif 14 Daly, Timothy 99, 173, 178 Damanti, Kathy Damanti, Thomas 173 Danielson, Lindo 32 Darling, Mark 163 Darrah, Kenneth 163 Daugherty, Linda 163 Daugherty, Philip 173 Davi, Catherine 173 Davi, Rasann153 Davilla, George 173 Davis, Mrs. Freda 17 Davis, Jeffery 173 Davis, Patricia 163 Davis, Sally 153 Davol, Howard 46 Davy, Alan 173 De Bonneville, David 163 De Bonneville, John 173 De Carlo, Karen 153 De Graef, Mary Lou 163 Dearden, Randolph 163 Dearden, Sharon 173 Delchini, Karen 173 Delecati, Delbert R. 163 Della Rosa, Bob 137, 163, 117 Della Rosa, Dale 153 Della Rosa, Eugene 153, 157 Della Rosa, Mrs. 12 Della Rosa, Paul 111, 114 Dempsey, Audrey 70, 130, 139, 173 Denning, Paulo 153, 72 Densmare, John 173 Devereux, Claire 26, 134, 46, 65 Dietshy, Miss Ellen 17 Diez de Bonnello, Claudia DiMaggio, Vincent 105, 127, 129, 145,173,122,124 Dismuke,Linda153 Dismuke, Paul 47 Dismuke, Wayne 173 Dixon, Steven 29, 153, 115 Donovan, Roger 100, 109, 153 Donavan, Wallace 36, 86, 102, 103 126, 128, 47 Doolan, Martha 163 Dollan, Mike 143, 47 Doolin, Ronnie 29, 32, 47 Dorval, Connie 153, 159 Dosa, Rick 99, 171, 173, 122, 124 Dosch, Susan 153 Doser, Dennis 99, 163, 111, 114 1 Doser, Trent 38, 47 Doss, Donald 163 Doss, Ronald 163, 155 Dow, Debbie 153 Dowdy, Ben 173 Downey, Jack 47 Drake, Charles 3, 47 Dressler, Linda 173 Drummond, Debby 153 Duarte, Michael 163 Duhame, Cynthia 180 Duke, David 47 Duncan, Shelley 77, 70, 71, 79, 47 Duncan, Steve 163 Dunham, Gerald 136, 47 Dunning, Mrs. Elizabeth ll Dutra, Manuel 173 Dye, Bruce 173, 121 Dyke, Ruth 153, 32 Dyke, William 173 Edenstrom, Dennis 153 Edmonds, Kim 173 Edwards, Christine 153, 127 Edwards, Kathy 153 Edwards, Mr. Stephen 14 Eggers, Beryl 153 Eggers, Byron 47 Elder, Judy 28, 137, 32, 134 Eller, Larry 28, 136, 47 Elquist, Kathern 163 Elzy, Roger 163, 121 Emerson, Jon 153 Enstad, Fayeann 180 Erickson, Linda 163, 137 Erickson, Rachelle 140, 139, 47 Erickson, Ronnie 94, 127, 173, 105, 129, 122, 123 Erickson, Russell 153 Ernest, Debbie 173 Esani, Joel 47 Esparza, Thomas 163 Estrada, Frefory 47 Evans, Gary 173 Evans, Jeanne 153 Evans, Joane 153 Evans, John 99,114,i63,121 Evans, Pamela 163 Eye, Christopher 153, 137 Everton, Howard 163 Fairbrain, Howard 163 Falls, Nancy 180 Fank, Mike 47 Faris, Carolyn 153 Faris, Linda 32,47 Faris, Merlyn 163 Farizell, John 181 Farley, Shannon 163 Farley, Ula 173 Farmer, David 32 Farrnon, Niele Nick 163 Fautheree, Vickie 29, 30, 173 Fazzini, Michael 47 Feliciano, Jo Ann 180 Fernandez, Jim 29, 153 Fernandez, Russell 28, 126, 47, 115 Fick, Jane 134, 139, 140, 144, 145, 47 Fidler, Kerry 48 Fidler, Philip 168' Fierner,Mork168 Filomeo, Leonard 29, 32, 168 Fimbres, Joseph 100, 153 Fimbres, Yvonne 130, 137, 173 Fink, George 92, 128, 48, 53, 122, 123 Fink, John 28, 32, 173 Fischer, Debbie 153 Fitzhugh, David 109, 153 Ftizhugh, Debbie 153 Fitzpatrick, Miss Melba 22, 171 Fivello, Kathy 153 Fontana, Nancy 77, 168 Foreman, Judy 28, 127, 134, 136, 48 Forrest, Nancy 28, 180 Foster, Alan 168 Foster, Patricia 153 Foulger, Gerrie 153 Froga, Tom 153 France, Lane 173 Fraser, Frances 153, 137 Fraser, Rosalie 173, 130, 26 Frazier, Joann 48 Freeman, David 153 Freeman, John 173 French, Cheryl 48 French, David 173 French, Janet 153, 28, 137 French, Patricia 70, 71, 144, 48 French, Vicki 168 Freschi, Christeen 161, 168,83 Freschi, Clark 99, 127, 129, 168, 111, 114, 121 Frey, Keith 40, 104,48 Frey, Mark 153, 109 Frey, Robert 173 Frink, Richard 168, 121 Frisbie, Norman 168, 127 Frisby, Kenneth 106, 129, 117 Froland, Richard 48 Fryer, John 173 Fryman, Danny 143, 173 Fuhrer, Louis 137, 173 Fulmer, Terrence 48 Funk, Dorothy 68, 69, 87, 48 Funk, Roberta 163 Furman, Claudia 180 Furtado, Michael 143, 168 Furtado, Shirley 153 Gage, Karen 174 Gallagher, Richard 174 Gallamore, Joel 24, 153 Gallamore, Sharon 48 Gallion, Patricia 153 Gandera, Loretta 48 Gandera, William 163, 121 Gann, Lynda 163 Gannon, Mrs. Lillian 25 Gardella, Robert 181 Gargan, James 174 Garlington, Ted 174 Gorman, Ronald 163 Garrett, Curtis 154 Garrett, Steven 100, 154, 121 Garvin, Melvin 100, 154 Gaudenzi, David 154, 109 Goudenzi, Steven 154 Geels, Bruce 163 Gentry, Michael 168 Giberson, Gayle 168 Giberson, Kenneth 102, 126,48 Gibson, Lola 168 Gideon, Eugene 154 Gideon, James 174, 28 Gierke, Mr. Glenn 18,122 Gill, John 48 Gill, Richard 174 Gill, Robin 154 Gillaspy, Dale100, 158 Gillespie, Cherie 28, 137 Gilson, Guy 36, 137,48 Gilson, Trevor 100, 111, 114, 158, 121 Gladstone, Susan 28, 32, 174 Glenn, Deborah 168 Gliotto, Alan 102, 154 Gio0r,J0hn 102,111,114,138,174 Goddard, Sue 27, 174, 179 Goff, Judith 174 Golden, Steve 4, 174 Goldenberg, Dorothea 168 Gooch, Richard 93, 96, 48, 120 Goodchild, Deborah 27, 127, 136, 138, 49 Goodman, Donald 49 Goodman, Mary 4, 77, 86, 37, 127, 192,49,62,74 Goodman, Pete 168 Goodman, Sandra 154 Gordon, George 125 Gotham, Debbie 174 Gotz, Robert 49, 122, 123 Gaulas, Sandra Gould, Ronald 168 Grondbois, Sommel 168 Gronshaw, Marc 137, 154 Graves, Grant 27, 28, 129, 136 Gray, Christine 173 Gray, Loyd Jr. 168 Gray, Mark 49 Gray, Sammie 139, 49 Grayson, Sally 154 Graziano, Richard 154 Greely, Miss Dorothy 15 Green, James 154 Green, Veronica 49 Greene, Edith 127, 130, 174 Greeson, Steven 38, 92, 49 Gremillian,Patty168 Griffin, Alice 154 Griffin, Corky 87, 174,62 Grisham, Linda 89, 168, 49 Grisham, Sharon 75, 49 Grondolski, John 168, 102, 28, 108, 121 Guerra, David 174, 122, 124 Guichard, Mrs. Claire 16 Gundlach, Robert 49 Gwaltney, Audrey 143, 49 Hall, Barbara 180 Hall, Douglas 154 Hall, John 16, 154 Hall, Kathy 37, 49 Hall, Lawrence 171, 173, 120 Hall, Sally 137, 154 Hall, Thomas 99, 164 Hamilton, Darlene 154 Hamilton, Gary 49 Hamilton, Marilyn 174 Hamilton, Steve 111, 114 Hams, Donald 137 Hanrahan, Susan 28, 32, 134, 136, 49 Hanson, Cheryl 164 Hanson, James 138, 162, 174 Hanson, Jeffery 154 Hanson, Lana 174 Harbin, Jacqueline 27, 40, 87, 49 Harbin, Mr. William 22, 92, 115, 119 Harbrecht, Rosemary 89, 145, 164 Hardin, Chris 159 Harneww, Rosemary 154 Harness, Russle 49 Harness, Steve 174 Hardy, Ruth 174 Harper, Nancy 154 Harper, Robin Harrieth, Linda 28, 154 Harrin, Chris 154 Harrington, Raymond 99, 174 Harris, Mrs. Darlene 15 Harris, Michael 82, 49 Harris, Penny 154 Harris, Steven 154 Harrison, Mr. Robert 11 Hawelka, Joseph 174 Head, Mrs. Ann 12 it Head, Ronald 4, 38, 82, 86, 87,92 94, 96, 97, 126, 127, 129, 49, 122, 123, 124 Heaston, Mr. Robert 25, 77 Hedlund, Gretchen 174 Hegland, Jamie 154 Hegland, Jill 174, 179 Heinrickson, Don 108, 174 Heitkam, Kathleen 14, 23, 25, 127 134,49 Henry, Christine 174 Herd, Clifford 154 Hern, Larry 50 Hernandez, Cheryl 154 Hernandez, Mary 21, 50 Hernandez, Pat 164 Hernandez, Tom 154 Heruth, Kathleen 174, 138, 137 Hestdalen, Mr. Clifford 10 Hickey, Gary G. 174 Hickle, Gary 10, 164 Hickle, Gregory 164 Hickstein, Donald Higby, Paul 164 Hilson, Diane 137, 174,138 Hilson, Douglas 154, 137, 115 Hinrichesen, Donald 28, 32, 174 Hobaugh, David 100, 154 Hodgman, Mr. Jack 24 Hoes, Janice 50 Hoey, Betty 70, 139, 140, 36, 127, 137, 42, 79, 49, 78 Hoey, Patty 180 Hoff, John 154 Holder, Mr. Leyland 20 Holland, Anita 154,27 Holland, Wayne 164 Holley, Betty 33 Holley, John 174, 171 Holmoe, Pamela 154 Hopkins, Diane 174 Hornbeck, Lawrence 164 Horst, Linda 174 Hough, Gordon 154 Howard, Janette 86, 174 Howard, Marilyn 134, 164 Howe, Steve 164 Hoxworth, Rosie 1-74 Hoyer, Martin 27, 164, 117 Hudelson, Laura 50, 37 Hudelson, Yolanda 27, 154 Huff, David 174 Huff, Ronald 154, 117 Hughey, Diana 154 Hugill, Deborah 154 Humble, Della 50 Hunt, Kathryn 50 Hunter, Nina 50 Hutteball, Bruce 99, 164 lngerbritsen, Susan 164 Inman, Alan 164 lnman, Linda 28,50 Innes, Holly 164 Innes, Jan 50 lnzerillo, Vincent 154 Jackson, Marlene 134, 137, 174 Jackson, Sybil 164 Jackson, Ralph, Mr. 25, 104, 115 Jacobson, Philip 28 Jacquot, Curtis 154 Jaffe, Tula, Miss 16 James, Connie 50 Jamieson, Mr. Alfred 22 Jarret,Dave111, 114 Jasmann, Judy 164 Jasmann, Larry 13, 174 Jeffers, Charles 126, 50, 115 Kemp, l-larla 155 Jespersen, Folke 145, 50 Jester, Linda 50 Johnson, Douglas 154 Johnson, James 174 Johnson, Leland 154 Johnson, Lolo 154 Johnston, Ann 88, 139, 140,50 62 Johnston, Arlene 134, 137, 140, 154 Jones, Casey 164 Jones, Cathy 137, 174 Jones, Daniel 154 Jones, Grenville 10 Jones, Hubert Jones,Jannie164 Jones, Kathleen 138, 145, 174 Jones, Linda 50 Janes, Vicki 154 Jones, Vina 33 Jordan, Kathleen 154 Jordan, Mike 154 Jordan, Richard 154, 174 Kanellis, Roxie 36, 79, 88, 50 Karch, Judith 50 Katzmayer, Barbara 127, 174 Kaudsen, Kris 9, 154 Kaufman, Philip 28, 139, 140, 50, 61 Kaufman, Steve 164, 121 Kean, Jack 29, 115 Kean, John 154 Keary, Jenisse 136, 50 Keat, Freda 33 Kenna, Michael 100, 109, 155 Kenna, Patricia 164 Kellis, David 174 Kellogg, Deborah 51 Kelly, Kevin J. 99, 164 Kemp, Gary 105, 139, 140, 51, 122, 123 Kendell, Fred 38, 93, 126, 128, 51, 119 Kendell, Roger 155 Kennedy, Bennie 174 Kennedy, Bob 164 Kennedy, Carolyn 174 Kenny, Miss Virginia 16 Kerst, Brenda 137 Kerst, Wanda 174 Kessinger, Dennis 155 Kinde, Dennis 3, 29, 30, 82, 51 Kinoshita, Mike 111, 174 Kitchens, Jessie 108, 164 Kiyoi, James 111, 114, 164 Kiyoi, Lillian 155 Knief, Karen 174 Knight, David 155 Knisley, Jeffery 155 Knopoft, Tina 130, 174, 51 Knudsen, Kristine 155 Knutson, Neil 155 Kokaisl, Mr. Joseph 22 Koller, Mark 83, 99, 164, 122, 124 Kolley, Patricia 164 Kowalski, Jacquelyn 51 Kowalski, Susan 180 Kowalski, Thomas 155 Kutner, Gloria 29, 175 La Brie, Howard 102, 103, 175 La Caste, John 99, 108, 164 Ladd, William T. 164 Lakkala, Robert 155 Lamb, Linda 41,139,144, 51 Lamb, Steven 164 Larnbeat, George 164 Lamp,Hank99, 127, 129,171,175 Larabell, Deborah 180 Lasell, Pete 164 Latchaw, Robert 51 Laudenslager, Debbie 10, 164 Laudenslager, Deborah 155 Laudensloger, Lynne 51 Lauro, Lena 155 Lawrence, Sherrie 155 Lay, Janice 164 Lazzarini, Frank 98, 99, 175 Lazzarini, Lyone 180 Lazzarini, Mary Ann 155 Le Boeuf, David 111, 114, 155 Le Boeuf, Gary 99, 111, 114, 164, 121 Le Boeuf, Mickey 94, 111, 112, 127, 129 Leclere, Mark 175 Lee, Bernette 95, 108, 164 Lee, Fred 51 Lee, Larry 155, 109 Lent, Ralph 175, 122, 124 Lenzi, Dennis 100, 155 Leptien, Carolyn 70, 71, 132, 175 Leptien, Gwendolyn 164 Lessard, Melinda 175 Levy, Diana 104, 137 Lewis, James 155 Lesis, Joan, Mrs. 139 Lewis, Roger 51 Liberty, Richard 155 Light, Willianf51 Linam, Marie 180 Lindsay, Debra 28, 175 Lindsay, Ronald 92, 111, 114,51 Lino, Charles 102, 164, 121 Lipari, Charles 155 Lippow,Linda164 Lister, Mrs. Eleanora 21 Little, Roger 175 Livingston, Neal 28, 164, 121 Lloyd, Rodney 155 Lockhart, Bill 164, 115 Lockhart, Robert 102, 138, 175 Longsine, Kathleen 175 Mailman, Ed 164 Mallman, Tony 155 Mallory, Richard 165 Mann, Carolyn 139, 140, 175, 179 Mann, James 155 Mann, Michael 100, 155 Manry, Floyd 52 Manry, Larry 155 Marangoni, Jon 32, 52 Marchi, Christie 127, 130, 137, 175 Marchi, Connie 36, 88, 127, 52 Marchi, Michael 92, 52, 122, 123 Maria, Maria, Maria, Darlene 155 Dennis 28, 175 Kathy 165 Maricle, Diane 175 Maricle, Roberta 155 Marin cynmio za, 155 Marinl .1amesD. 105, 137 Marin, Jerry 155 Marin, Marcia 52 Markakis, Mrs. Angel 180 Marlar, Daniel 100, 155 Marshall, John 165 Martin, Martin, Martin Mr. Alfred 18 Daniel 52 , James 165 Martin, Jerry 155 Martin, Mary 168 Martin ,Tigri 155 Martinez, Drucilla 137, 165 Martin i, Thomas 175 Martino, Joan 136, 138 Martino, Mary Jean 165 Martino, Tom 53 Masayko, John 155 Mathews, Dorothy 28, 72, 155 Mathews, Leslie Mathews, Mitchell 155 Mauch, Cathy 155 Mayer, Mayfie Patricia 165 ld, Barbara 155 Lopas, Lopas, Donna 134 Ted 168 Lopez, Irene 164 Lopez, Joe 3, 27, 102, 103, 139,51 Lopez, Linda 51 Lovello, Karen 41, 70, 71, 192, 51, 80 Lovello, Donna 155 Lucas, Diana 164 Lucero, Dorothy 180 Lucero, Kathy 155 Lucido August 40, 42, 104, 105, 126, Lucido Lucido 52 Daniel 155 fiock 37, 38, 52, 122 Mayfield, Shirley 165 McAfee, Karen 130, 180 McBride, Mr. Alex 11 McBride, Michael 165 McBride, Paul 28, 137, 165 McCarthy, Chris 100, 155 McCarthy, Walter 29, 165, 117 McCarty, Steve 175 McClure, James 29, 137, 140, 165 McCoy, Marie 155 McCullough, Mark 99 McDowell, Shirley 175 McGee, Janet 165 McGowan, Michael 127, 129, 165 McGrath, Mrs. 12 Lucido, Sally 175 Luian, Patricia 52 Luian, Richard 52 Lupo, Connie 75, 77, 52 Lupo, Susan 155 Lupton, Carla 52 Lynch, Allyn 135, 175 Lynch, Karen 164 Lyser, Mrs. Anita 20 MacAlve Christine 139, 53 McGuire, Carol 89, 145, 181 McGuire, Kathleen 137, 139, 150, 155 McGuire, Mike 140, 145, 175,115 McGuire, Robert 102, 103, 161, 165, 121 McKeown, Michael 155 McKinn McKinn ey, Barbara 155, 53 ae, William 29, iss McLain, Deborah 53 McLaughlin, Ann 138, 145 Yi MacAlvey, Kathleen 180 MacFarland, Kim 164 Macalusa, Mark 28, 164, 118 Machado, David 102, 111, 164 Machado Machado, Zayna 68, 69, 52 Madrid, Ernest 164 Madrid, Rose 104 MacQuin, Mike 121 MaGuire, Bob 161 Mahon, Stephen 155 Mahurin, Mike 164 Main, Mary 55, 137 ,Donald 93,111, 126,52 McLoughlin, Mary Jeane 134, 139, 145 McLaughlin, Mr. Richard 22, 101, 53 115 McMarrow, Barbara 165 McNamara, Tom 53 McNeely, Jon 156 McNeill, Mr. William 15, 161 Meadors, Paula 29, 30 Mechling, Diane Mechling, William 165 Medeiros, Betty 33 Medeiros, Sandra 29, 30, 52 Medeiros, William 165 Mefford, Yohanna 165 Mehoudar, Mrs. Helen 22 Meikle, Christine 137, 156 Meikle, Eric 139, 145, 175, 115 Menesini, John 141 Menesini, Thomas 99, 165 Menken, Mrs, Nancy 13 Mercure, Thomas 100, 156 Merchant, Mr. LeRoy 14 Merritt, Deborah 28, 134, 165 Merritt, Margo 156 Merritt, William 175 Mickelson, Michael 100, 156, 121 Mickle, Donna 52 Mickle, Barry 165 Mikesell, George 156 Miller, James E. 53 Miller, Janette 175 Miller, Lawrence 41, 42, 43, 86, 92, 95, 96, 97, 111, 113, 126, 127, 129, 144 Milligan, Glen 156 Millimaki, Richard 100 Mirmin, Jim 117 Moe, Frederick Scott 175 Moellrnan, Vincent 99, 175 Monington, Annette 175 Moon, Sumako 53 Moore, Kathy 28, 156 Moran, James 99,175 Morgan, Dennis 175 Morgan, Linda 156 Morre, Donald 53 Morris, Charles 53 Morris, Paul 115 Morrison, Linda 53 Morrison, Paula 165 Morrison, Donald 156 Morton, Gary 53 Moss, Elaine 134 Moss, Yvonne 28, 180 Mossina, Charles 165, 115 Mott, Mr. Robert 16 Mowry, Joanne 175 Mulcahy, Deborah 165, 192 Muldoon, Kathleen 165 Muller, Donna 156 Murch, Charles 159, 175 Murch, Clifford 109, 150 Murphy, Jane 175 Murray, Jan 86, 175 Murray, Robert 175 Musgraves, Richard 165 Myers, Allen 165 Myers, Michael 111, 112,53 Myers, Peggy 53 Myhre, Cheryl 29, 30, 87, 53, 63 Myhre, Douglas 28, 150, 156 Nabors, Linda 54 Naylor, Linda 165 Negherbon, Scott 175 Nelson, David 175 Nelson, Duane 54 Nelson, Jay 29, 111,114,155 Nelson, Ray Dean 54 Neves, Arlis 156 Netherlain, Mr. Marion 17 Nichols, John 165 Nichols, Mr. R. James 22, 11.5 Nichols, Stephen 3, 86, 87, 92, 95, 97, 126, 54 Niedermyer, Cynthia 165 Nierhake, Mrs. 12 Noble, Charles 156 Noble, Jack 156 Nolte, Linda 26, 54 Norville, Leland 156 Nunes, Mrs. Helen 10 O'Connell, Kathleen 156 okawQch1,Mr. Hiro 19, 100, 101, O'Malley, Bryan 156 Oardella, Robert 175 Oettal, David 111, 114, 156 Oertal, Terence 165, 121 Oertal, Tommy 175 O'Mara, Patricia 26 O'Mara, Michael 99, 165 O'Shea, Michael 175 Odling, Deborah 127,54 Ohs, Donald 94, 105, 106, 175 Olive, Sandra 175 Orme,DQv1d111, 114,175,118 Orme, Jack 165 Orr, Jeanne 156 Osgood, Barbara 54 Osterlund, Diane 156 Otero, Petra 180 Overstreet, Alice 28, 32, 156 Overstreet, Betsy 29, 181 Overstreet, Karen 156 Owens, Jerry 175 Oxford, Shannon 99, 165 Pacheco, Andrew 156 Pacheco, Douglas 156 Page, Elizabeth 165 Page, Hollace 114, 54 Page, Michael 165 Page, Robert 94, 97, 129, 175, 177 Pollaoro, John 175 Pallotta, Don 29, 176 Palmeri, lrma 54 Palmeri, Ralph 55 Parent, Miss Virginia 25 Parodi, Patricia 175 Parsons, Harry 156 Parsons, Wanda 54, 60 Pasley, Robert 175 Patterson, Carol 165 Patterson, Miss Helen 17 Paulson, Phillip 99 Payne, Michael 156 Pearson, Bruce 109, 155 Peccianti, Bruce 54 Peccianti, Lynn 43, 68, 69, 75, 76, 77, 87, 130, 132, 54 Peccianti, Michael 95, 96, 127, 129, 165, 122, 124 Pedro, Barbara 134, 165, 161 Pedro, Katherine 36, 40, 89, 127, 130, 134, 54 Pereira, Daniel 87 Pereira, Darryl 54 Pereira, Joyce 161, 165 if Perez, Mary Ellen 165 Pittman, Leonard 165, 121 Posey, Alan 29 Price, Patricia 166 Pridmore, Raymond 62 Provost, Edward 54 Provost, Judith 176 Pucci, Debbie 165 Pucci, Patricia 42, 54 Pueblo, Russell Quadros, Jenny 27, 134, 54 Quilici, Michael 166 Quilici, Vernon Quintero, Mark 167 Quontamatteo, Donna 167 Quontamatteo, Joane 167 Radosevich, Theodore 159 Ramos, Jo Ann 176 Rampoldi, Elenda 26, 55 ' Ramsey, Robert 150 Raney, Lloyd 139, 55 Raney, Sheila 156 Rangel, James 102, 166 Rangel, Margie 156 Rangel, Pamela 27, 38, 68, 69, 88, 136, 139, 55 Rangel, Rebecca 134, 168 Rangel, Veronica 161, 166 Raven, Pieter 111, 112, 127, 129 Ray, Darlene 55 Ray, Diane 55 Ray, Jack 166 Ray, Michael 166 Ray, Patricia 166 Raya, Joseph 156 Raya, X avier 102 Reeg, Leonard 83, 126, 55 Reese, Margaret 180 Reese, Rebecca 166 Relic, Ran 32, 166 Remorini, Deborah 88 Rengersen, Rina 166 Rentillo, Ive 55 Reynolds, Mr. Raymond 22, 171 Riccobuono, Glen 166 Rhoades, Mrs. Myrtle 15, 161 Rice, George 176 Rich, Mrs. Katherine 17 Richards, Kathleen 72, 73 Richards, Rick 166 Richardson, Glenn 156 Riel, Laura 166 Riggins,DeIane176 Riggins, Diane 176 Perez, Raul 102, 165 Perrins, Kermit, Mr. 14 Perry, Elaine 29 Perry, Carmen 33 Perry ,Joseph 99, 165 Perry, Myra 156 Perry, Patricia 156 Perry, Ronald 165 Perry Perry man, Donald 156 man, Katherine 137, 165 Riggins, Ervin 156 Rizzio,Larry100,111, 114,121 Rizzio, Mark 166 Roberts, Mr. Donald 14 Roberts, Joan 88, 179, 127 Roberts, Richard 36, 166, 55, 61, 6 Roberts, Richard Joseph 40, 102, 1 Roberts, Robin 166 Roberts, Shirley 55 Roberton, Tom 9, 156 Person, Claude 165 Persons, Marian 33 Peters, Gordon 17, 76, 104, 106, 107, 54 Peters, William 176 Peterson, Gregory 28, 1 1 1 Pettit, Clifford 29, 32, 115 Peyrucain, Nadine 137, 165 Phillips, Donna 130, 165 Pick, Donna 165 Pickett, Thomas, Mr. 17 Pidcock, Tommie 165 Pierson, Bruce 156 Pighin, Shelly 130, 139 Pistochini, Mark 28,32 Pitra,Rlchord156,"115 Robinson, Lawrence 156 Robrecht, Marilyn 137 Rodriguez, Stephen 156 Rodriguez, Martin 166 Rogers, Edward 93, 111, 55 Rooney, Colleen 27, 144, 55, 51 Roque, Deborah 180 Roque, Linda 134, 137, 166, 180 Roragen, Lauren 29, 166 Rose, Gorman 176 Rosengarten, Andrew 166 Rosengarten, Linda 166 Rosengren, Sandra 180 Rosengren, Sharol 180 Ross, John 100, 156 Ross, Sandra 55 5 03 20 Rouse, Susan 28, 180 Routh, Guerry 176 Rowe, Dennis 55 Rubino, Sandra 166 Rudy, Carol 156 Runnings, Robert 156 Runnings, Roy 156 Rushton, Joan 137, 134, 166 Russo, Joseph 166,56 Russo, Thomas 93, 38 Rutherford, Miss Rosemary 17 Silva, David 13, 56 X 1 Silva, Gloria 157 Silva, Harriet L, "J, V, , 1, .V ff Silva, Joel 166 '7' jcff fjl"'fW L, Silva, Michael 111, 176 6 V7 Silva Robert 176 7 , Silvestri, Robert 176 jqlpffjdf 'VJ Simar, Lester 157 g. ,. 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Smith, Kathleen 57 Smith, Kathleen Ann 127, 139, 176 Smith, Kathryn 72, 130, 134 Smith, Lawrence 157 Smith, Margaret 57 Smith, Mark 166, 117, 118 Smith, Marlene 176 Smith, Steve 166 Smothers, Jimmy 57 Smyth, Nancy 157 Snider, Mr. Ed 25 Snyder, Duke 25, 109 Sobrero, John 166 Sobrero, Joe 9, 157 Solomon, Cathy 57 Sonnikson, Michael 157 Soul, Carla 27,57 Soule, Mrs. Freda 17 Souza, Clifford 13, 176 Souza, Thomas 166, 122, 124 Spade, Mrs. Ruth 16, 140 Spade, Sharon 32, 136 Spadino, Joanne 157 Spaie, Sharon 134 Sparacino, David Sparacino, Frank 57 Sparacino, James 166 Sparacino, William 157 Spengler, Sandra 176 Sperveck, Michael 94, 176 Spowart, Chris 166 Spowart, Pat 177 Spurgeon, Judy 57 Staffelbach, Heidi 166 Stamate, Joanne 28, 134, 166 Stamps, Daniel 157, 117 Stanton, Linda 166 Stanton, Raymond 139, 140, 57 Starren, Linda 57 Steele, Barbara 166 Steelem, Charles 57 Steele, Deborah 177, 60 Steele, Robert 157 Stevens, Brad 99, 106 Stevens, Harold 167 Stevens, John 57 Stevens, Linda 180 Stevens, Susan 57 Stewart, James 157 Stinson, Mary 28, 32, 130, 134, 136 181 Stonebarger, Gary 177 Stonebarger, Kathy 136, 167 Strokes, Peggy 157 Storant, Lynelle 177 Stortz, Cherie 28, 167 Stortz, William 29, 139, 157 Stout, Steven 32, 58 Swearengin, John 29, 157 Swearengin, Ray 177, 121 Sweaza, Danny 58, 122, 123 Sweaza, Dennis 111, 114, 167, 121 Swedburg, Randy 58 Swedburg, Sally 167 Switzer, Marie 58 Tacker, Johnetta 58 Tallman,Linda157 Tallman, Randy T. 111, 114, 167 Tatman, Letitia 167 Taylor, Mrs. Diane 16 Taylor, Donna 87, 58 Taylor, Gerald 137, 157 Taylor, Kathy-181 Taylor, Robert 157 Taylor, Thomas 167 Teague, Lois 157 Telefer, John 177 Telleson, Shelley 167 Tenconi, David John 136, 167 Terrell, Nancy 41, 157 Terry, Barbara 177 Terry, Joanne 58 Terry, John 157 Thiesen, Mark 99, 111, 167, 121 Thomas, Mary 157 Thomas, Steve 157, 115 Thomas, Susan 137, 150, 157 Thomason, Cynthia 58 Thompson, Maris 36, 127, 58 Thompson, Neval 157 Thompson, Patrick 58 Thuemmler, Keith 177 Tibbett, Brenda 58 Tibbett, Donald 102, 167 Tomlinson, Denise 167 Tomlinson, Mark 102, 103, 139, 140 58 Tomlinson, Mr. Richard 20, 136 Tompkins, Daryl 157 Tompkins, Edward 157 Toriymma, Robert 40, 93, 104, 106, 107, 126, 127, 129, 58, 62 Torres, Barbra 177 Tourvill, Mr. Charles 92, 25, 77, 115 Town, Russelle 177 Townzen, Wayne 177 Traner, Randy 28, 146, 157 Travers, Catherine 158 Travers, Kathleen 159 Treadway, Debby 28, 143, 157 Treadway, Tom 29, 167 Troike, Steve 167 Tromanhauser, Pamelall 72, 73, 177 179 Trost, Janice 158 Trowbridge, David 111, 113 Truiillo, Rasana C. 167 Trulson, James 100, 158 Tull, James 92 I 'xi '..S Tully, James 58 Turnbaugh, Candy 29, 30, 127, 58 Turnbough, Pete 16, 100, 111, 114, 158, 1 17 Turner, Janis 4, 75, 77, 127, 137, 192, 59, 62 Turner, Naval 100, 158, 109 Turner, Susan 158 Tutt, Mr, J. 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