Alisal High School - Trojan Yearbook (Salinas, CA)

 - Class of 1970

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A ........... 34 FRESHM EN ............... ............ 4 0 SOPHOMORES ......................... 54 FACULTY .................. ............ 7 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Will, SPRING...166 SENIORS .................................. 168 SPORTS ................................... 220 ACTIVITIES ......................... .. 246 ADVERTISEM EN TS..26O WINTER...88 JUNIORS ................................ .. 90 ACTIVITIES ............................ 104 SPORTS ..................................... 112 ORGANIZATIONS ................ 130 .L , .V As! i""", The Monterey County Bi-Centenniel Medallion. Picturing the five people most significant people in the formation of Monterey, the Medallion simply says "200th ANNIVERSARY." These two things are enough to tell the story of Father Junipero Serra and his followers. ZOO YEARS FUR This is Monterey County. The white waves crashing against the picturesque coastline create a most spectacular sight. Either a rugged, sharp, and rocky coastline or a gently, sloping, sandy beach are the two types of coastline that will greet a person visiting the bay. MO TEREY COUNTY In contrast to the spectacular bay, the Salinas Valley, since the first settelments of the Spanish, has developed into one of the world's leading agriculture areas. Its pastures and developed farmlands, combined with its seacapes, have created a county worthy of praise . . . the same expressed by its founders 200 years ago. "Old Monterey Bicentenniel. 1770-1970." Two hundred years of prosperity and progress. Starting with a simple mission chapel, Monterey has grown to the prosperous county that it now is. Two hundred years is a long time, and the growth from that simple mission chapel to the complex communities of today is something in which to be proud. 3 fi? x .gi E ,. x...,- . W, -Y-ef... .-W, F . -, 's"f--.,.N,T5 3 ,TNF 'wife' .4 MR. GARY HORSLEY RECEIVES TROJAN '70 DEDICATION wwf. . - ,X T fl.- Q--M tzfkx MF. .Y M ' ' ,H XR A In y .5 -5. ff "'-.Af . 3 I y 5 it H tgp E ,.fw.1uf-Q" NV- -- , L ' ... , , - ,W - , A xx K K-if we AQE RR RR lVlr. Gary Horsley 9 T This year, the yearbook staff is proud to dedicate the Trojan '70 to lVlr. Gary Horsley, music director at Alisal High School. lVlr. Horsley first came to Alisal High School in 1965 when school first opened. His most noted accomplishment since his arrival here has been the almost unbelievable success of our marching band. Under his direction, the band has taken numerous first places in a wide variety of parades. A record of fourteen first places out of eighteen parades is what has been accomplished chiefly through the efforts of lVlr. Horsley's dedication, energy, and time. Competition in some of the toughest parades available, such as the Western "R" Band Review and the attainment of Sweepstakes Honors at San lVlateo are the goals for which lVlr. Horsley has primed his band. lVlr. Horsley has gone to great lengths to fulfill the old saying "Practice, practice, practice, and then practice some more." He has done this whenever possible, and under his guiding leadership, he has molded a marching band which is second to none. For your efforts, lVlr. Horsley, we have tried to honor you as you have honored us so many times in the past. Trying to show our gratitude for you, we dedicate this publication to you. lVlr. Horsley, we salute you. 'I' F' sf 1 nf'--N FUN. 'X E. www la. M,v,.wm.nv.w,,..MMmw..1+,., 'eq . LL . , 1 8 Km M M Uff'VW FW , fy W j If, wwf xnywum if ' ? f W V W' W VW Ql,1 : Q C : , - W W ' I an . b ,, . if .L 7 5 M W0 . i , Q t AM' 'AA' Qty w as 11 ir . ff . . at 1 f 11 - Q35 fi, rl F A 1 I s A ' I . 3. I S4 if if J-I f E4 ya, SU 1 'vs ffl '-. U S as ' V iv 'Q 'Q J A I . M QV , 5 V, . I in "' ' 4, -vu FRONT ROW: P, Serrano, R, Stefani, M. Moore, G. Granado, B. Candiloro, D. Tonus, R, Newcomb, T. Smith, R.Choate, T. Uchida, J. Lopez, N, Sarmiento, F. Jacobo, J. Osuna. ROW 21 Coach Chuck Filice, P, Mazzuca, T. Martin, J. Rubis, J. Ancheta,VF, Martin, P. Escalante, G. Favero, P. Favero, G, Barden, D. Wilson, R. McLaughlin, L. Norred, Manager D. Nelson, Coach Bob Napoli. ROW 3: A. Edgerton i62l, Uchida l40l, and Serrano i2Ol VARSITY GRIDSTERS HAVE FINEST SEASON IN SCHOOLS HISTORY The Alisal Trojans kicked off the 1969 football season by winning their first three games. The team beat Carmel and Aptos with scores of 14A6 and 40-0, respectively. The contest with the Cowboys ended when the Trojans made a touchdown and the extra point in the last thirty seconds, winning the game 7Y6. ln the game against Seaside, school records were smashed. These records were: hightest number of points-54, most yardage-461 yards, Tom Smith broke the scoring record for one game with four touchdowns, Ron Choate broke the rushing record with 171 yards, Ted Uchida broke the record for unassisted tackles with 14 tackles, and Bill Schroeder broke the record for most interceptions in one game with 7. The team had a fine offense, with great piloting jobs done by quarterbacks Ron Stefani and Bill Schroeder. Other outstanding offensive players were Tom Smith, Ron Choate, Dave Tonus, Geno Favero, Gary Hughes, Frank Jacobo, Percy Serrano, Pete Mazzuca, Larry Ritchie, and Jim Rubis. Giving fine defensive performances were Ted Uchida, Steve Jaurique, Luther Norred, and David Doris. ' ' A I ' V M ,, X , I V .wi . iAl ,A , it I Q , i V , , . . .. E22 4 ii 3 i S73 REE 1 X70 QW, an Qu. ,g,A ,ff .,: 4 30440 53 .J 2 .f Zi' Pemberton, D. Sanchez, B. Schroeder, D. Doris, L. Ritchie, J. Atkins, G. Edgerton, K. Gardner, S. Jaurique, R. Harbor, IVI. Pusley, L. Walker, T. Eastin, G. Hughes, converge on a Viking during the Jamboree. Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal VARSITY SCOREBOARD 14 Carmel 40 Aptos 7 Salinas 6 North Salinas 30 Harbor 34 Santa Cruz 14 Soquel 20 Monterey 54 Seaside Jacobo is hit hard by Harbor defense. Harbor ball carrier can't get past Larry Ritchie. With quarterback Ron Stefani behind him, Choate runs for a sizabie gain. While Smith, Stefani, and Newcomb block, Ritchie Fullback Tom Smith eludes Viking back at the Jamboree. a touchdown, i .Q 2 in 25,25 'Aix l i 2 I E l ff FRONT ROW: C. Lee, C. Buntin, L. Miller, V. Ramirez, G. Mollindo, L. Scott, F. Farrias, K. Ydnemitsu, J. Jefferson, B. Palma, B. Dias, M. Askew. ROW 2: G. Pestoni, B. Uemura, A. Pate, J. Marsala, G. Simpson, R. Patton, J. Gaitan, E. Patterson, l. Bellanti. ROW 3: Coach Bob Enea, G. Schroeder, B. Grant, B. Knight, L. Perez, D. Hendrick, D. Cunningham, G. Stefani, J. Shumaker, J. Savage, B. Percy, Coach lVlilt Pickford. JUNIOR GRIDSTERS RUN INTO TOUGH COMPETITION This year the Junior Varsity team, led by coaches Bob Enea and Milton Pickford, ran into stiff competition. Bowing to cross-town rivals Salinas and North Salinas, the Trojans fought with determination in all of their games. The team had a taste of victory in their encounters with 13-6 and 26-8 scores respectively. Due to Bobby PaIma's injury in the Santa Cruz game, sophomore Gary Schroeder stepped in and displayed his fine skills at quarterback. Also in the Santa Cruz game, Bernie Grant did a superb job by making twenty tackles. In the Aptos contest, Palma led the team to a tie by making two touchdowns in the last five minutes of the game. Other team members cited for fine performances were John Shumaker, Gene Patterson, Greg Stefani, Gil lVlollindo and Danny Cunningham, who was moved to Varsity in mid-season. Gene Simpson is being pursued by two Cowboys. Bernie Grant catches a Palma pass in the air. Gene Simpson is alone as he heads for the endzone. Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal J.V. SCOREBOARD 24 Carmel 20 Aptos 8 Salinas 6 North Salinas 8 Harbor 13 Santa Cruz 7 Soquel 6 Monterey O Seaside Bellanti drags down Spartan ball carrier With good blocking, Gil Mollindo gains 27 yards for Alisal. MMM .vi ,sy 'ZTHJKW' 'Z' fx O v J , if an mul it . XSS 5 Us X S4 xx D is 'fl Q' SK '12, ..k S .,w,,. , .x.. A. . . :m'fff-vf'w'AWWN'W K 'EG W lfififf in Iffkiiifiilf V GQ W3 v X 5 3 Q 4- "" A3 -af , My 5-fda.. fmt LIGHTWEIGHTS AND LIGHTWEIGHT RESERVES BATTLE ROUGH COMPETITION After defeating North High in the first game of the season, the lightweight gridsters, coached by Pat Steele and John Romero, suffered two setbacks at the hands of Salinas and Monterey. After a forfeit by Seaside, the Troyers were victorious over Watsonville with a score of 12-6, but then lost the next three games, to North High, and again to Salinas and Monterey. Quarterback Albert Mazzuca was injured in the second game against North High, so Dave Layus and Leo Hernandez filled in and showed their ability at quarterback. The leading offensive players were Albert Mazzuca, Dave Layus, Ron Harris, Pete Blanco, Leo Hernandez, Gary Silva, and Richard Castillo. Outstanding on defense were Clarence Damasco, Carlos Cali, Max Houser, Robert Rojas, John Paz, Danny Mora, and Ken Bunden, Other promising players were Napoleon Isla, Mike Morris, Alex Pardo, and Mark Schmidt. With few reserves returning from last season, and because many were moved up to the lightweight squad this year, the lightweight reserve football team had little experience. The team did, however, win both games over North High and both against Seaside, one by forfeit. Team members cited for their fine playing were Jeff Hollis, Mike Banda, Richard Kelley, John Madriaga, Gabriel Blanco, Jose Landeros, and Noel Cadriel. Quarterback Albert Mazzuca gets away from a Norseman at the Jamboree. FRONT ROW: K. Ginn, J. Sandoval, R. Perez, V. Hernandez, R. Harris, A. Mazzuca, E. Ramirez, K. Andrus, R. Neligh. ROW 2: Coach John Romero, IVIGUBQSI' E- Schmidt, Fl- L3226V5f1i, D. Mora, J- Paz, M. Houser, C. Damasco, M. Schmidt, C. Cali, A. Pardo, G. Silva, R. Castillo, Manager R. Damasco, Coach Pat Steele. ROW 3: K. Bunden, N. Isla, D. Layus, L. Hernandez, P. Blanco, R. Rojas, M. Morris. 1 1' H ' A f, .. .-Gaily, rkf, V. I ,,,V -L,7 , , V 3, W wif, 4 H I . 4 Q f-'r', ,,,,' : f , I . V, , 4' J WV T I II I- , T . . , H ' . aim, Lg-. B V . H. I Q Gym " " 'iif1 1 g'A A T 69 M 3400351135 i DQS' Y gpg-F1 0: :G Qlws 'IU E I .,.,,QBe..,53,s97i! RESERVES-FRONT ROW: R. Nlelendez, J. Landeros, R. Kraft, J. Castaneda, C. Nlartin, L. Powers, W. Gowin, L. Brewer, L. Fisher, W. Smith, J. Wiener, C. lVlorales. ROW 2: Coach John Deaver, J. Petit, A. Benefield, IVI. Thornton, R. Shott, J. Garcia, lVl. Cushman, R. Kelley, lVl. lVladriaga, E. Martinez, D. Brown, J. Hollis, Coach Gary Nlortenson. ROW 3: B. Alledo, E. Anzuldua, S. Countryman, V. Cortez, J. lVladriaga, G. Alvarez, IVI. Banda, N. Cadriel, J. Trujillo, G. Blanco, R. Lazaola, P. lVlorish, P. Tabera. ALA? Dave Layus is brought down by a Cowbabe. Two Troyers combine to bring ball carrier down as Rich Castillo comes to help. A Troyer scrambles to his feet to escape Norsemen. Isla tries to make his get-away from a Cowbabe. fs VARSITY-FRONT ROW: R. Childers, T. Acierto, G. Victorine, D. Stein. ROW 2: Coach Dick Casper, D. Ramirez, G. Ryburn, D. Rodgers, M. Casarez. Mike Casarez, veteran distance runner, comes to the end of a tough run. -ms' 65 a A Y , at W , ,, , f y ,,, W f ' V , ,M Vyrr W ,J , L A I je MW, ' H W ' ,,.. , Q , T 5 , ' - H V L V my t " ,, , 'M V W , ,, ss W Q ""5 L " " f 'W' J ff ' M.-rw +V., 01 - f '-,Q 1 .r -X " , ,, " ' pw f " , .sal ,I ' , TROJAN HARRIERS DO WELL IN MBL Under the guidance of Coach Dick Casper and assistant coach John Angelo, the Alisal High harriers had a full season this year as they participated in three triangular meets. The varsity team placed second in two of the meets, losing to Monterey and Watsonville respectively. Both of the J.V. and Varsity teams won the city cross-country meet, as the varsity took the first six medals. In addition to their regular schedule, the Trojan distance runners participated in the Blossom Hill lnvitational at Leigh High, the Mt. Madonna lnvitational at Mt. Madonna, the Regional Ill Championship at York School, and the Monterey Bay League Championship at Santa Cruz. Returning from last year's varsity squad were Glenn Ryburn, Dale Rodgers, Dominic Ramirez, David Stein, and Mike Casarez. Returning J.V. runners were Tony Acierto, Ray Childers, Bob Ocampo, and Stan Marple. Mike Casarez, a Senior and veteran distance runner, placed exceptionally high in every meet and was named top Varsity runner. The top J.V. runner was junior Tony Acierto, who also did well in each meet. ,,,,,.,,,,,,, Wlwlhiuun Ray ChildefS l96dS his man- Robert Ocampo finishing the first mile. David Stein finishes the race through the grass Me,, ,, H-own Earl Bounds and Stan Marple are on the last quarter mile. Gary Victorine outruns his opponent. J.V.-FRONT ROW: B. Ocarnpo, R, Reyes, M. Mendoza, R. Quitives. ROW 2: Coach Dick Casper, C. Jensen, E. Bounds, S. Marple, F. Cagle. f Q9 42542 "C" AND "D" HOOPSTERS HAVE OUTSTANDING SEASON ,AA' f Domingo Gutierrez shoots over Cowboy Sawyer out-jumps the defenders. tip off. The C and D hoopsters had their best season this year as the D's, losing only to North Salinas, Salinas, and Watsonville, came up with a 12-3 won-loss record and the league title. Wins included games over Nlonterey, Seaside, and the championship game against North Salinas. Outstanding D's were Lex Camany, Jim Harmon, Domingo Gutierrez, Freddy Osborn, Paul Espinosa, and Casey Abaya. A .15 ss . . SR X ,ttt N .L . W A glen airs .. V KL ,Lg ff? at :iii g. Sa -Qsifr ,,V'sl 1 fl f ffilillli 'ft J wfssgllgfaiil? l il ' 5 J 1:-'- at ill ll s i f its . s .'-i,i ff- - ' .-t' L fl A-53 5 if -r Q 2 Wil Sir fllli f A at , - is 1 if tel 1 .C J - 'I E Bt..- ttttt.tt Ar tttt . ,V--'-'1..m- A...,.,.. ,t 'D wx: K ,W Q A-.........,. ttt.t MM. it Monterey center for the Jim Harmon takes a free shot after being fouled. The C's ended the year with an 8-7 won-loss record. Excellent ball playing was shown by Tom Pura, Nino Hernandez, Dan Salviejo, John Trafton, and Glen Grice. Both teams, coached by Arthur Gilbert, gained much experience and displayed fine playing techniques throughout the season. With many of his players returning next year, Coach Gilbert should have two more fine teams and another promising season. "D" TEAlVl-KNEELING: P. Richardson, R. Gonzales, D. Ocampo, J. Harmon. STANDING: Coach Arthur Gilbert, D. Thompson, F. Osborn, D. Gutierrez, E. Hernandez, D. Sawyer, L. Camany, P. Espinosa, C. Abaya, S. Latham. , f ua -1 ' ,A . A G ' G l 2 Q V MV . f . ff. 121 is . fm QV '17 VV , ,g V, aw w ff 'V iw 1 -5:. V V 1', V A - l ,1 , Q :'2 4: V, ,',1: 'IIV I " M ' : : V 1 Y V I l . A . - .ll m i ' il ff VV- Z, V 1, 1 . V-" ,. V ir .44 Vw , M! .. 1" - I f 1 fl 1 i', V' f ff q ,lim ,,', x,7V??"""9H, .5 , I gf?-7 ff' Xl kv! 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STANDING: Coach Arthur Gilbert, H. Gonzales, D. Eddinqs. J Trafton, T. Pura, G. Nenque, A. Solis, O. Burgos, C. Tomas, G. Grice. Glen Grice gets his shot off against Monterey. Glen Grice is up high for the jump ball. I , 1 -W1 ""'1V W' 4"r"LlWl'M'fh ' Tom Pura drives with a small jumper. I I J In "Oh, not again!" What More Can We Say.. 4 ' . H' 'K A Alisal greets their rivals at the beginning of the jamboree. RECORD SETTING .'ZePW""4A"Q!? A f' A E 'L Q x Stand Up and Fight!! The Alisal Trojans vvon it again. Vlle rooted and cheered under the leadership of our cheerleaders and songleaders using various special effects such as flags, an electric organ with flashing lights, and colored balloons. Our varisty gave a great effort in placing a respectable second place in the 1970 Football Jamboree. ln our initial contacts, we played in competition with Salinas High, North Salinas High, and Palma High Schools, marking the start of a great season. OOOPS. . FOURTH WIN OF ROOTERS' TROPHY BY ALISAL Janet boost our rooters E Ieanore R ykovvski Miss Delia Nerez Alisal Cross Country Invitational Queen Attendants :. 1s:5F'i.u x 5 Q fs. ssl. NSN .. . fm 44, 5 J X X E, Joan Stidolph THE MIRACLE WORKER -v-Q., mm I Annie is trying to teach Helen to use a spoon and fork, nEE This year the Drama Department of Alisal High School successfully presented "The Miracle Worker." Under the direction of Mr. Mullins, the biography of Helen Keller's life was portrayed by a student cast. Performing before capacity crowds each night, the arduous hours of practice paid off for the crew and cast of "The Miracle VVorker." Annie is trying to teach these blind girls about the world they can't see, We, ' ' Qitww W . xi file if ESU ,X 5. , 'f up X . ' X a 'elen is feeling reiec bggause she caantttr H Lillian Lepalne Darlene Jenkins f' .1 ', Q 'A I . ,I qv' l 'W 32-51 , , , ,Y,4L, V ,V,.: A. Queen Debbie Collins 5 ' ' WW fs' Joann Boles Tahni Pyle EOGTB LL Q EE FOR 1969 WAS DEBBIE COLLINS This year the varsity football team elected Miss Debbie Collins Homecoming Queen. Her attendants were Darlene Jenkins, Tahni Pyle, Lillian LaPaine, and JoAnne Boles. The princesses chosen were Kathy Souza for the Junior Class, Rhonda Zapora for the Sophomore Class, and Sam Moyers for the Freshman Class. Debbie Collins and her escort, James Rubis. Elisa Nerez and her escort, Roger Pura. Left to Right: Tahni Pyle, Lillian Lepaine, Darlene Jenkins, Debbie Collins, TOP, Left to Right: Sammora Moyers, Rhonda Zapora, Kathy Souza and Joann Bolesr her escrot Jim Moree. FRESHMAN CLASS ,f', gi.-1 .,'.. , -lla-3 ., . .. I V,-LW l i ...W f Q cw f "J i ' xx' .wflx 4 .' 'Y . vu- . -x Blix-Nil. ll l V ,', I .A 1 .,,A'4x . . -i, 'I . .Vchl ,ew ' -,l.f'.'a'-' ' '. lil" L4 The Freshman class of '73, largest freshman class in Alisal High School history, showed enthusiastic support for the Alisa! High student body. The class held a successful car wash at the beginning of the school year and a successful play-night after Christmas. The officers were President, Becky Norris, Vice President, Nita Forgnone, and Secretary-Treasurer, Sammara lVloyers. The advisor for the freshman class was Miss Blauert, new to Alisal High also. ?Y . .7 ,' , h .-.4 Z Gm ,1 Aw 4- 1 K ie A X ia 'H M lr W" if 'man ' w s . ' I ? f f "L' 2, W il .iff fer . , ew, iz Q ik 4. f WW A 591 ffg: ' ' X wr V ,, 'Wm W x E 4 Q- ff if V l ' N sr, Y r 4? , , My ' ' if Q45 -A.. 551 an . . M- J N" 5 MAL f, , A ' 4 fi? f f ' t Q V. , Q , ,, f l - ! , Z i f, A 4,- Qi , , , an V 2 4 M at wit? 4' , J r ' , A' ' . , 3 I Teresa Amaro Janet Amonette Judy Anderson Adelia Andrada W , if, H f , W , rv, ff W 5 Q Clif fi , f X X ,L Q fbi '. 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"3 Carmen Zazueta , qw' Karen Zemanek Steve Walker Pam Waiters Barbara Ward Richard Way Donna Weber John Weiner George Ann Wence Ted Whitehead Dearl Whiteley Bruce Whiteman Rickey Whitmire Linda Williams IVIary Williams Margaret Wilson Roger Winans Slenda Woodrow Graig Worthington Kathie Wright Tsutomo Yamashita Kenzo Yonemitsu Kenso Nemitsu CLASS OF '72 .'VbnQ'r Na .. Y"7 54 After passing the ordeal of being freshmen, the mighty "Class of '72" blended right in vvith the veteran student body. President Tom Pura, Vice-President David Stein, and Secretary-Treasurer Flora Albano represented their class well in leading and planning all the activities for the year. Their annual playnight vvas a big success, along vvith many other planned activities. During Homecoming Vlleek, the Sophomores staged shopping cart and tricycle races with many students participating. All in all, the Sophomore class, along with their advisor, lVlr. Kenneth Earp, had a very successful year. 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My .Uk:w,f,W,,, f-f fi Kristi Dillingham taking 3 first lap lead, Kristi Dillingham finishing her last lap in the 100 yard backstroke. FRONT ROW, left to right: D. Stockton, L. Rameriz, K. Conley, D. Trimble, S. Trimble, J. Boles, R, Horvath. BACK ROW: C. Crain V. Steele M Stockton, D. Lollar, K. Dillingham, and lVlrs. Connie Barton. ' ' INDIVIDUALS HIGHLIGHT MERMETTE SEASON fn-W-Q gg ,K The Alisal Trojanette mermaids had a fantastic season this year. Under the coaching of lVlrs. Barton, the team scored winning points against Hollister, Live Oak, Soquel and Pacific Grove. Dottie Trimble broke records in the 50 and 100 yard back stroke. She also is the 2nd swimmer at Alisal to win the gold pin award. The swim coach sets a time standard in all events. When an individual on the swim team breaks this record, they receive an award. This award is called the gold pin award, for which any recipient can be duly proud. Pat Crain with a perfect racing dive. Lydia Ramirez on first lap lead in the 50 yard butterfly. 4.23 so Pat Crain rooting for our side. Donna Stockton with a graceful dive. Wx-K K 3 X ' yy 1 nf':'v . IQ ... an X , ..W.,..NW E .. X I.- Pat Crain demonstrating her skills off PBI Crain d0ir19 B skillful back the one meter board. dive off the three meter board Debbie Trimble leading the race with Vickie Steel a few strokes behind. i i t TROJANETTE TENNIS TEAMS litsss HAVE OUTSTANDING SEASON The Trojanette tennis team had an outstanding season with wins over Junipero, Gilroy, Live Oak, and Notre Dame High Schools. Leading the singles was Agnes Cosio, with Debbie Shirrel and Kathy Souza leading the doubles as an undefeated team. Coaching the tennis team vvas lVIrs. Florence Camany. N Kathy Souza and Debbie Shirrel, consistent doubles winners, had an undefeated season. Noriko Bunden and her famous forehand drive. i , i 9 3 f ,vm 11' 1 .gr . ylyllyy I ' . ., , -- f, 5, M I 4 may 2 Q 1 V.VV, , I , , 3 I - 'L i,., Q f' f'f ii.w,J f ' ' V I, ' , f' ' ' fi .- Q I -' ' V 4 t V, ,i..,V , , . ,, , aff. WmQ.::xi:22E2T 4 , I I at ,, , .1 Agnes Cosio ready for a great smash. ,VV, VM W, s,,, my ,f Vg 431 tiii A . z A ' r ' it . i tg ,ff - at , ,W W I , ig ' ,, , I 6 X ,, I s " ,,.' ' ",, ,',i A ' 1 ri',' 4 sr's A S"r 1 i 2' IVIIF' 7?5ii4'fQ'Q1' ' . ' , A ' 4 .,.. 2 .f ag yt., 1 stii l A A ' - Q Z I .I Q1 I . 1, f 'ku 2' ,,,, i ,k.,, , ,, I I I I ,ff H I . ,'l". 1 ,',' , i ',--' at 4 12 , f Debbie Shirrel strikes another point for the winning team as Kathy Souza stands ready. '," , , H 'LJ,3Zf'l'f,'5f1.eWl7'lmn4'f a'l- i"' ' WD' ' Kathy Souza with a backhand drive. 70 W wwf! FRONT ROW, left to right: Noriko Bunden, lVIary Gerbic, Elvia Flores, Kathy Souza, lVlrs. Camany lcoachl, Debbie Shirrel, Agnes Cosio, Linda Briggs Frances lsla. BACK ROW: Candy Kershner, Marie Guiterrez, Robin Doener, Noemi Paz, Glenda Woodrow, Phyllis Yniguez. N fa' .tg t f '-' NN . ,,,, 1 y it K 5 A Kathy Souza sewing again for Alisal. . V s G A OS eiiisii i Q. Nwvfi k.,kkk i I O New :ps --l1- X m f N 'Saws J m Linda Briggs strikes again. Debbie Shirrel scoring another point, BOARD OF TRU TEES Superintendent Mr. Robert Binns John Flannery, Mr. Daniel Krishun, Mr. Marvin Wagner, Mr. George von Soosten, Mr. Robert Thomas f 1 1 ,Lv ' R gif, I . W R? r ri ' Q r ADMINISTRATION Mr. William Kearney Principal Alisal High School Miss Minnie Drewes Mr. Vaughn Tuttle Mr. Miles Rodick ASSISTANT ASSISTANT ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL II I II A L tljfnjf W 1 rx! BLWSNESS DEPARTMENT r M IVIr. Carter Mr. Fourcade IVIrs Kirchner lVlr Kroeger 5 -.. xg 'fr A E Y M fp Left Mr Johnson fr "i" 1 Center lVIr Logan Right Nlrs Ball on-.Q Nlr. Gorton ART DEPARTMENT lVIr Lee MUSIC DEPARTMENT IE X Nlrs. DiGirolamo HOM EMAKIN G DEPARTMENT Mrs. King Nlrs. NIcVa Nlrs. Viales DRIVERS' EDUCATION If I Mr. Espinoza W 'G ti Nlr. Mark Williams Nir. Romero Miss Blauert FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Nir. IVlcGraw lViiss Kruwell MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT . X . .S N .. ,W ww.. K W EN Mr. H dd sv - ,Y Rambo L. McLau lVIr.Ff Nlr. Clark al. V fn M, gy, A A A WV :Li in Ms ,,..,.w" N.-f 4 A f. I - 9 , ' A s, ' 21 w ,pm ,,,, 4 " :D'eJj sf' al' V ,W ,,,,,, If N V ff' .4 , 1 "W :vig ' ' ,Sb sms nail if , ei , , .4 .1 P Mr. Enea Nlr. Napoli 78 Nlrs. Condren Mr Hayes X 'I' ' v..,.A. fx mM"'? EM ' " SCIENCE DEPARTMENT IVIr Nlemnga IVlr. Hursh IVIr. Paben SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMEMT s 2 E 5 f 5 Q, Mr. Baxter We-Q--...m,,, Mr P. lVlcLaughlin Top mlddle left lVlr H Hale Bottom middle left lVllss Schlentz Top right: Nliss Garbarini Top middle right: lVIr. Bilek Bottom middle right: lVlr. Hetrick Bottom right: lVlr. Clements Mr. Cano SPECIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT IVIr. Torres lVlr. Upp IVlr. Earp lVlr. Grimes lVIr. Mike Williams Mrs. Cobbley Nlr. Severson Nlrs. Smith GLI H DEPARTME ff -1... IVIr. Hodgins Miss Combs IVIr. Deaver IVIr. Rowland fa, ,,,,,,,,,,,.. mm, W IVlr. Hamilton Miss Hainds IVlr. Walden IVIr. Puterbaugh walt ,2, L, ' W' 5 , 5 5, ' v Y - ,fsf W 1 , 4 Q3 , , V i I , L fs ,i i 1 I -"' Z W , ,A A f Q 9 ig f N, fb J 9 y 45 fy Q f W, Q W 4 K f A f 5 ,ff 6' fi Mg X f ff X 56, ,fi 4- f, 52 W V , f 2 X e f f .Xu ,, ,. .. W , z VV, V, 1 HW as i. ,, ,,i . ' , V i A ni km A f , V, ' of iVIr. Angelo IVIr. Nlullins INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 4 f f.. A Nlr. Willis W' j . IVlr. Martinez IVIr. Price Mr. L. Hale Mr. Ogborn IVlr. Nlalech IVIr. Ouickert Mr. Ponting IVlr. Mullen TEACHERS' AIDES Top: Nlrs. Dowden Top: IVlrs. Haller, Textbook Clerk Bottom: Mrs. Baggio Bottom: lVlrs. Pacheco 'W .Zblq WW Top: Mrs. Wilson Center: lVlrs. IVlcNeely Bottom: IVlrs. Ferreira LIBRARY STAFF ADMIN ISTRATIO AIDE Mrs. Bennet Secretary to Mr. Kearney Miss Palmer Secretary to Mr. Tuttle 5.24 , fi ff . ,, , If Y ,, yt. is s . ix Miss Morgan Secretary to Miss Drewes T3 x A Miss Cotta Miss Gonzales RGQBUHV Secretary to Mr. Rodick Mrs. David Finance Clerk Mrs. Myers l""""'1 Counselors Secretary W ,Q Mrs. Kirby Attendance Clerk Mrs. Caleca N 4 as 86 I l 2 E. L l if 5 W.,-Q, lin-N Dr. lVletzer lVlr. Collins lVlrs. Meeker lVlr. Kimball DIRECTOR OF NURSE ACTIVITIES Q37 if lVlr. Forest COUN SELORS CUSTODIAL STAFF V. Roberts, R. Anderson, A. Lauorate, B. Hoffman. L. to R.: lVlr. lVlcKenzie, lVlr. Rena, lVlr. Draper, lVlr. Gorguhlo. CAF ETERIA STAFF Q1. Q fr .. an 2, w K i V WI TER 'Z-K We L 4 JUNIOR CLASS ...Q-Q ' 'F rs.. lv Left to right are Junior Class officers Beverly Douglas, Al Gutierrez, and Kathy Souza. ll' 1 x Q, , Xi X H7 Pictured above are Junior Class advisors, Mr. Harsh and Miss Garbarini, and officers Kathy Souza, Bev Douglas, and Al Gutierrez iseatedl. Taking on the responsibilities of Junior Class offices were President, AI Gutierrez, Vice-President, Kathy Souza, and Secretary-Treasurer, Beverly Douglas. The class advisors, lVliss Garbarini and lVlr. Hursh, supervised the presentation of the big social event ofthe year, the Junior-Senior Prom. The Junior Class participated in many activities, including their ovvn playnight and selling concessions at the home basketball games. The "lVlighty Class of '71" can look upon their Junior year as being unforgettable and eventful. Myrna Abaya Chris Abercrombie Tony Acierto Armida Acosta Rachel Aguilera Danny Alcott Maria Amaro JoAnn Amos Debbie Anderson Debra Andrews Leonor Arratia Jeff Atkins Max Baggett Engracio Ballentti Leticia Banda Mickey Barnes Jewel Barnett Sandra Barragan Lora Basquin Edgar Begun Karen Jessica Juan James .Q HQ lv 1 i 2 ,fa ff ig P ., 01,1 f ZW, ? N ,H it ,,r""lu s 'L y iit in QM r i is . Debbie Benefield Davelene Benitez Nancy Bird Robert Black Debra Blizzard Steven Borges Chester Buckley Robert Calderon lrenio Cali Margaret Camel Brad Campbell Bill Candiloro Gilbert Cano Billy Cardoza Calvin Carter Diane Cerna Eddie Chacon Jacquelyn Chinn Pat Chrisman Lucille Cobb Ralph Carter Juan Castro Gloria Castruita James Cerenio l""gfv,, 3 Kathy Conley Patricia Copus Randy Copus Patty Cornell Otis Lee Crawford Sandra Cunha Danny Cunningham Patty Current Rick Curtis Christina Dagdagan 'F idel Damasco Christine Davis William Decker Adella Delatorre Bertha Delgado Corliss Deome Loretta Derringer Linda Doner David Doris Debra Doris Q 'LM Bev Douglas Mark Dowless Janice Dunn Becky Eddings , 3 1 in ' if Pm 2-2, .. ,,, 4 1 ,. V, f wg: , ff 3 .l , ws ff' f J My l 2 lx, ' ia W. 1 4' 6 if VX X uw ., -M Lai .V,, 'af' ' V Q- Vt ' I f f A W, if fl' 1 ' 'N 1 W P Z, '7 ' H V ff g,,',,fiz,'f,M X, , ' K Z 5 - jfj W y y eww' w,M.,,., 5 . ,,VVI . 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XVVW 4 , Wah , 5:w WZ tv MWF I WW if t We , it EQ 3 3 V- H D fm Y E ,ff Lt V f w. ,f o 9 9, Kathy Souza John Sparks Kathleen Splawn Robin Starbird W 7 Z Q M I My . ,,.., J Jeiii 4 J If 'H E we 'M' A we ff Sf 1 . 7,25 ,ft W vw W 7' f , in 6 we X ,V Z ,. VA We 95 Q, V W Q 5 ey , fi i 1, ff Q J PNB 'W w.m.,..f Adena Statzer Vicki Steele Greg Stefani Donna Stockton Vicky Stone QM, Joe Strong John Strong Pessv Sudduth Nina Sum Dolores Tabera W Martha Tanner Jeff Taylor Mike Taylor Linda Teague Sandra ' ', X Thompson N V ,M ,H VU vu R 1 Dema ' Thornton 2 Terry " 1 Tidwell l David fy ' Tonus Francis ' :- Torrecillas -- 1 " l 'EL x ,. 1 , Lucille Torres f Rickey f 3 E' ' Torres Victor Torres Danny g gf , Tuberville 'V "', Peggy Tuberville erm , 522: ? 753352 .1 . I .'.4'.q. '-xv., Q , , e f, g .X 4 -an 5 fm. V t.,, if ,L is W -'ik ' X Q,- ' Jw 'TQ' 1 if .- .Lf ' ff '13 0 , , KT' gg, ,ff lrff, fa- '.4, A lgz: ,,, fa ' 'W' rs 'L M W , Q ,, ' W ' 'fm QQ, ,151 - 2 iw ,xt ,qt at David Turpin Tatsuo Uemura Peter Valdez Angel Valero Lydia Valverde Anita Vasquez lVlaria Vega Ramon Verdin Salvador Villasenor Pat Walton Deborah West Homer West Robert West Debra White Flay Whiteman Rebecca Williams Rosemary Wuest Cleve Yoder Sam Zardo ,.,..uun , if ,, f" i, ,ww 4 FROSH CLASS HOLD FIR T ANNUAL PLAYNIGHT The Class of '73 held their first playnight of their high school years in early lVlarch this year. Class officers Becky Norris, Nita Forgnone and Sammora Wloyers planned the playnight and piloted it to a great success. Starting the evening with supper, the Freshmen ate spaghetti, salad, French bread, and ice cream. Continuing the evening after supper with volleyball, basketball, and swimming, the Frosh class members actively participated in all activities. At eight o'clock, the sounds in the boys' gym turned from the thump of basketballs to the tunes of the Fusion. Providing good music for the rest of the night was a task given to the band. .X I The far-out food served by the class. ay MSX 'F fx- i -QQ 5 5 f x s 'kn- x KJ ALISAL WINS REGIONAL ROOTER ' TROPHY Following the varsity basketball team to the Regional play-offs, the Alisal High School Flooting Section copped top honors in rooting section competition. Having proved successfully our rooting ability on the local level, Alisal added another honor to its significant rooting section accomplishments by its outstanding win in the regional play-off. Out-cheering Leigh, Buchser, and Hillsdale, our section, headed by Darlene Jenkins and Terry Tvviggs, was graded on spirit, sportsmanship, overall enthusiasm, and general appearance. Taking top honors in a contest ofthe proportions present that night in San Jose was an honor to be added to those already received by Alisal High School. ,,--""""'Xs. b8l'll'l6l' EICCEHTIHQ the TOOUFIQ SBCUOIT. lt's swinging time again. All alone am I SENIOR PLAY ITE The number of Seniors and their enthusiasm made the Senior Playnight this year even better than last year's. For dinner the Seniors enjoyed bar-b-qued chicken. After dinner they played volleyball and went swimming. The Seniors topped the evening off vvith dancing. All-in-all this was the best Senior Playnight ever. Have another on me. about Camera Shy. The vibrations proved to move the people's soles. CHRI TMA BALL - Sponsoring the Christmas Ball this year was the Class of '70. Providing for the enjoyment of all in attendance was another challenge met successfully by the Senior Class. The band laying out the beat for the entire dance did an excellent job in mixing the different types of music to provide a sound which was easily danced to by all couples. Refreshments were served which added to the total "success'effect" that was created in the gym. A quick break to catch your breath proves welcoming. A SENIOR SUCCESS K The slow ones seem to be avidly enjoyed. Roger Pura taking a quick sideways glance. Friendly conversation is helpful before the next dance starts Really groovin' is real happiness. Talking between dances is sometimes serious. DARLENE JENKINS REIGNS AS '69-'70 BASKETBALL QUEEN Miss Darlene Jenkins, Alisal High School Senior, was named as this year's Basketball Oueen. Selected by the members of the Varsity Basketball team, Miss Jenkins was crowned by her predecessor, Miss Kathy Peterson. The Queen was escorted by George Barden, while her court and their escorts were Lillian LePaine escorted by Tim Martin, and Tahni Pyle accompanied by Roger Pura. Receiving the traditional roses and crown along with the perpetual trophy, Miss Jenkins reigned over the remainder of the Homecoming Game. The three escorts and their candidates during the game. Miss Kathy Peterson crowns her successor, Miss Darlene Jenkins, as the new 1970 Basketball Queen. Miss Darlene Jenkins being named the 1970 Basketball Queen. 054 . .s-340 553536 U54 1 5 44 SA ,XQNXUZ 5 45 5U S425 N5 A1 Q3 0 W54 i f U50 Q41 I le x54 T' Xjsnfzi iii FRONT ROW: S. Jauridue, R. Stefani, M. Haddan, G. Martinez, B, Shroeder. BACK ROW: M. Huff, P. Mazzuca, A. Pemberton, D. Cunningham D Kendricks, R. Geissler. i VARSITY The Varsity Basketball team, under the direction of Coach Cork Haddan, produced a 22-2 vvon-loss record this year. This record is the best-ever at Alisal High School. The team also won the first undisputed Varsity Championship by taking the M.B.L. crown. The success of the team is credited to the fine coaching of Mr. Haddan and the fact the team members played as a trained, effective unit, each member a master in all phases of the games. This is best shown by the balanced attack which enabled the team to eclipse the century mark habitually. Danny Cunningham and Mark Haddan were continually battling for rebounding honors, while Haddan was battling with the rest of the team for high-point honors. Mark Huff and George Martinez played this season as if the pros were observing. Masters of all facets of the game, both Huff and Martinez proved invaluable. Bill Schroeder, defensive super-star, was the key man many times to Alisal's winning games. Although specializing in defense, he was on the starting five-all of whom scored in double-figures in the M.B.L. Although many teams have one super-star to depend upon, Alisal had five starting super-stars and seven more back-up stars-all of which insured a first place team. 112 HOOPSTERS REIGN SUPREME IN M.B.L George Martinez fights his way to make two points. Alisal Alisal Alisa! Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Danny Cunningham reaches for a bucket. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 62 86 89 65 103 59 94 86 67 100 36 95 58 100 S6 100 Monterey Seaside Aptos Salinas Harbor North High Santa Cruz Soquel Monterey Seaside Watsonville Aptos North High Harbor Salinas Santa Cruz Bill Schroeder jumps over the heads of Aptos defenders. Bill Schroeder straining over the arms of an Aptos guard 11 n"'5 11 fx ,ISAL h A -n I 4 THIRD PLACE CAPTURED BY LIGHTWEIGHT HOOPSTERS The Alisal High School Lightweight basketball team finished a fine season with a 16-7 overall record. The team ended the season in a tie for third place in the Monterey Bay League with a league record of 12-6. Especially outstanding for the Troyers all season was senior Percy Serrano vvho was chosen for All-League Honors. Receiving honorable mention to the all-league team were senior Bobby Martinez and freshman Art Barrientos. Martinez averaged 12.2 points per game while Barrientos averaged 13.2 points per game. Also receiving special recognition from Coach Gilbert were junior Al Gutierrez and sophomore Alex Mallari. Gutierrez was one of the league's top rebounders while Mallari contributed a fine floor game to the potent Troyer attack. Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal LIGHTVVEIGHT SCOREBOARD Carmel York Salinas North Salinas Monterey Santa Cruz Salinas Harbor North Salinas Aptos Watsonville Seaside Monterey Soquel Santa Cruz North Salinas Harbor Salinas Aptos Seaside Monterey Soquel Watsonville Ray Curtin fouled after fighting his vvay out FRONT ROW: J. Harmon, B. Juneau, R. Pura, B. Martinez, L. Martinez, T. Pura, P. Serrano. Ballesteros, S. Countryman, M. Hernandez, A. Gutierrez, B. Scott, A. Mallary. 35 'GAS Q-Usffzx fuss 'iraqi x .EUS BACK BOW: Coach Gilbert, D. Gutierrez, J. Trafton, A Bobby Martinez is up in the air for two points. Percy Serrano, senior star, arches one over the Aptos defense. 9 ' ' e 1 AW - , A ,LQMM b . K Qi A K S 4 Q k 5 iff, 4?- ,Nmy - Q if f , K W 3 . iw' 'cy' ' W wh, N-w-12-..,..,,,,.N .K .. K 1 .- 8 tn! dll' i i it M "M-fww. 'W X 'P K3 -ll SEIU? ' ,ff-""'W .L wk. QQQQ 25 K vs-v o, K K4 'Q Xmmlov, X ,- 539 QQ' The Alisal Junior Varsity basketball team finished a trying season this year by compiling a 10-13 win loss record. Coached by Gary Mortenson, the varsity understudys gained many invaluable skills to be used upon their return next year. Pete Favero and Gilbert Mollindo showed their skills on the court while other team members showed much progress and gathered valuable experience. Coach Mortenson said that prospects looked good for next season with the advancement shown by all players. Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal Alisal .V. HOOPSTERS FINISH TRYING SEASON J.V. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD 35 40 63 40 38 67 67 39 57 51 50 57 38 48 60 64 41 75 Santa Cruz Salinas Harbor North High Aptos Watsonville Seaside Monterey Soquel Santa Cruz Salinas Harbor North High Aptos Watsonville Seaside Monterey Soquel 44 33 40 51 47 65 50 69 43 75 43 46 39 57 63 72 55 50 FRONT ROW: C. Samples, G. Pollock, G. Granado, J. Brandy, J. Jacobo, S. Sides, BACK BOW: Coach Mortenson, M. Adams, M. Oxford, Fl. Paredes, T Easton, S. Adams, S. Siligo, B. Dew, P. Favero. HIGH SCHOOL, vYgi4'f sx.i:4s was 4 uw, 15354 'Q af 95241 ff 20 K it 1. nh, 14: - , - r 9 1 . V-24 ww. 4' ,, M. 7 -fi x .? iw., 5 A t Q ,..gm .s., . -- i .. , yfyg, f , , f ' iff ' 1 I 12212 24 I 22' f 3 5 , 445 V Qfi f wfs gg Z fffiiiiyr i 5? 2 i ' r e ef A gf7'if ff if . "' f, ,i' 1 E,7'2:f',a i ' W. , 54. 42? f K ,i f r X 4 5 , M K W .m ix KA I f W W 'AQ 'L ' . z M 2 . ,ii 'i.2g'3:gi..1.., Qi ' M1 H wt 7 , an b Pete Favero with an easy two points. Steve Sides eyes the bas ket. Q av ,, K N Pete Favero looks for two points Cowboy. over this 24 i 1. 5 51 - i sg 5 if ii Egfigli f fi I f S S". . iii E iiriiilfiiisfiiist .- .Q . 'S ilk - - -Q Q i . iiisfgiiziiai e e r eoo tt M ' S i 5 S S eee S t . , . X i I A fk: -V k3kt..t .Em . eee ooo Z,.e .3 . o"e"' A ., X K sy K ,X A s H5 , JAX - . . gf ,. xxx X .X , Mw:i,l.i-fnM ..,e. .qie , K , .. x.. " t' of 3 S .. ls '4llf'TWfTifei" f Ls K ,4-' A :-' M . ,.4 ., e e 1 Q . 'Q wg 3- A I.,-.. n itvxirlau-'WM' " W , A kuqq I A y - . -., W., Steve Sides comes up with a lay-up. Surrounded by Cowboys, Tim Easton takes his shot. Gil IVIoIIindo jumps to take his shot. Tim Easton is ready to shoot. X. WRE TLI G TEAM WINS LEAGUE MEET TAKES LEAGUE GRAPPLI G CROW This year the wrestling team, under the direction of Coach Pickford and Coach Espinoza, developed an outstanding record of 8 wins and 1 loss. The team tied with two other schools for first place in league standings, but vvon the IVIBL championship hands dovvn. This brings Alisal High her first varsity championship. The overwhelming success of the wrestling team was credited to the fact that all the wrestlers did a great job in their divisions. Danny lVlora, Ted Uchida, and Roger lVlcLaughlin each brought home a first place in lVlBL competition in their respective divisions, and Danny Vllilson, Bob Uemura, and Luther Norred each brought home a second place for their divisions. David Doris and Larry Larrecou each vvon third place. The wrestling team turned in a tremendous performance this season, and the prospects look just as good for next year. LEFT: C. l-lunt,S. BelIone,J. Landeros, F. Farrias, lVl. Wilson, C. Buntin S Marple R Harber J Strong E Simpson RIGHT D Batara R Ocampo L Camany,T. Bunden, J. Aguillon, G. Grice, K. Yonemitsu, Nl. Pusley, B. Pearcy G Stefani CENTER L Scott l .fix -lla nb- i iiii" 'i'1N525"t?!Q?9L ' X rs? QE N .. . l mb FRONT ROW: J. Gardea, J. Osuna, D. Mora, R. Rojas, N. Busane, L. Powers. BACK ROW: T. Uchida, B. Uemura, D.Wilson, D.Tonus, Norred, D. Doris. Luther Norred gets ready to throw his man. R. IVIcLaughiin, L ww , M ,Q Dan Bataza keeps his opponent down. Roger McLaughlin, CCS 174 pound champion, has a secure grip on his man. 5 ff A Q 4 fr: zfr',-:gs-ff . - EAL., . fjfiggif E-fx 5 X tzfwifi A Y .. k..hX: . .h Dave Tonus brings his man down and attempts to roll him over. Ted Uchida pins his opponent Reese Harber lifts his man high off the mat. Marty Wilson tries to escape. Larry Larrecou attempts a reversal. Nick Busane is lifted off the mat by a Baler. my is Q F- ---w ax .1 skis wg x.! i us! 4, LM attempts to bra Mm l, 4 -M4 A 1 WW --v.Q:P.':' ' 5 .,f,2ffK'f4?: GIRLS' GYMNASTICS' TEA HAS UTSTA DI G PEREOR ERS THIS YE R V- ' FRONT ROW: P. Copus, V. Richardson, M. Perkins, L. Copus. B. Page. ROW 2: E. Nlyhres, E. Romig, S. Cunha, D. Sartwell, B. Smith, S. Rohrenbach. ROW 3: S. Thompson, lVl. Stockton, C. Bradley, L. Ramirez, V. Brown, V. Harris, D. Lollar. Sue Rohrenbach shows perfect form at the end of her backward walkover. fd: 'IN -i, l 432.435, . ., ijl'Z7'f1-152 ,yiflf xex T- ? 5 ' . Lwgri f"- itat. Q K' l ., . ,. ,Q i-,251 3:45 ' f-gg - " ,gf,raw, l . W .af f 513' ff fl :yew WX. .4 egg, , i i 5 ' 1 ffffz ,sfer 'Y 1 1, ,- 1 2 ' i ' ,-fi ,' 'flf5'i' :tcflpffffzi f.:, V- ' ..f,:zfi-'ee ,. :VK 'DIL :,,gLL" H 1' 1 62- Y ' J 22 :62 V ' Z'2?'.', L' " SVN ' Wlf' 3, .' iw 'L wlzfa A 'M . E 1.5 1551, iii? 3' ,jg 'Nif' S it V ' mf Z'f,9iv'i' 1 r . MQW r fr. - an twig , 1 i, ,wa fs I Debbie Lollar demonstrates her skill on the balance beam with a front knee scale. Debbie Sartwell demonstrates the splits. Sandy Thompson shows great form while demonstrating a handstand on the horse. Candy Bradley does a front schale on the uneven parallel bars. Valarie Harris does a perfect angle on the uneven parallel bars ww X H! FRONT ROW: iVl. Perkins, D. Sartwell, V. Richardson. BACK ROW: E. Nlyhres, Becky Smith. S. Cunha. Pat Copus performs a backward walk-over. Lydia lCapl Ramirez demonstrates a headstand on the horse. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAMS FI I H TRYI G SEASON T4 ffl" ' K. Souza, A. Statzer, P. Musgrove, M. Rush, L. Ramirez, J. Boles, D. Stockton, Mrs. Crenshaw. PBI Crain and her famous dig- Pat Crain serves for Alisal. -Y 'Awww firm U .5. i F 1 5 I S i A 3 ,.......vy wxwiig hw., EL Q QM 2? Cp S ...M -7f- fa, 'N . ,fm Q, f.. of xt Kathy Souza fe..t...f--we-N' " if if is X hits for our team. at M NWNNQQ w Mx WP wi NSNQEP-+ .. . X398 .. . . I . t A -.9 . 5 . 2. f- - K s -W E S- " i it i , if ii w T, :s Y .f . E5 E' . T f if '- - . A K . 5. x K 1 QW., W K f '- -1 Q 1' fE:Fgf5,x N12-as 1' 'S . t M K ' .imf-'1-we -. Mg.: -. ...mm W W ,ti S . 5 X gk - 5- me i 1 .M .. .. .sh - - - ---lixifwf-f - A A f . . .... A -- ks M-ss l .A - so A A S - . r A Q .Q H 'S . : - x . -ifffw - S We XX ISK 'wafifi L55 friffirf 'in :f werf:fe,fwe1f.mfwffffff,f1 ' The girls' volleyball team, coached by Mrs. Crenshaw, saw one of their best years. The team hosted four games at Alisal in lVlarch and had only one away game. wnm..,MMmw,,,N,,s, . rrl,rl YH 5 ..1o.......Q..,. The outstanding players ofthe season were Pat Crain, featuring her famous dig, Kathy Souza, Adena Statzer, Lydia Ramirez, and Donna Stockton. .be rmssfeswtmstw -:ww Donna Stockton shows great determination while persuing the ball. Donna Stockton prepares to return serve. L. to R.: P. Parise, C. Plouhart, S. Rubis, K. Andrus, A. Cosio, E. Sarmento. Martha Rush returning the opponent's serve. nf Avrft W,,,m.,. ref ta ss? ie, f if 'T'A' " r ll A ,, ,.,f4,,4,, f MMM 4 L, V, ,, g1fif'f'lT :YLQWVXW ff wrrfwinwwf 69-7 ORGANIZATIONS .,...,,,, 131 Nlr. Robert Poulson, Director of Student activities, with A. .B. OFFICER This year our government members concerned themselves deeply with the pro- blems and new ideas that confronted them and sought the best possible solutions for Alisal High. The officers this year were Kim Robinson, President, George Barden, Vice- President, Lenor Robles, Secretary, and Ada Sum, Treasurer. The commissioners were Geno Favero, student store, Karen Andrus, assistant treasurer, Linda Corral, social activities, Frances Isla, inside publicity,Darlene Jenkins, head cheerleader, Debra Pritchett, outside publicity, and Delia Nerez organizations. There were also the Homeroom Representatives who spoke for their fellow students at all the commission meetings. President Kim Robinson. Lenor Robles, Secretary George Bardin, Vice-President Ada Sum, Treasurer 49 f-wr i ' 5 HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES FRONT ROW: K. Pettigrew, D. Thompson, P. Nlazzuca, A. Tonus, R. Salazar, S. Thompson, E. Gonzales, S. Thomas, C. Cuellar. ROW 2: D. Tacmo, D. Benitez, L. Baker, C. Ward, R. Nlorales, B. Derichsweiler, P. Nlusgrove, D. Green, R. Wuest, D. Doris. ROW 3: D. Rice, L. Walker, J. Traften, K. Nlesserole, D. Layus, IVI. Pearce, G. lVlollindo, B. Geissier, T. Uemura. ROW 4: J. Osuna, lVl. lVligottie, S. Rogers, D. Trimble, A. Albano,P. lVloore, D. Jorgenson, G. Silva, IVI. Sanchez, L. Herman. ROW 5: B. Hofler. COMMISSIO ER COMMISSIONERS-SEATED: G. Favero, student store. STANDING: K. Andrus, assistant treasurer, L. Corral, social activities, F. Isla, inside publicity, D Jenkins, head cheerleader, D. Pritchett, outside publicity, D. Nerez, organizations. 4 ft: v Rx " Darlene Jenkins Alex Albano Delia Nerez Alene Tonus F. Albano, D. Jenkins lheadl, D. Nerez, A. Tonus, F. Isla, A. Albano. CHEERLEADER Darlene Jenkins, head cheerleader, and Alex Albano, Flora Albano, Delia Nerez, Frances lsla, and Alene Tonus were the 69-70 members of the Alisal High School cheerleading squad. The cheerleaders and songleaders achieved their objectives by maintaining and promoting spirit and enthusiasm at athletic events of the past year. They attended many of the sports events and presented excellent cheers. The head songleader this year vvas Terry Twiggs. The other songleaders vvere Dolly Cerezo, Judy Alexander, Tahni Pyle, Judy Long, Rhonda Zapora, and Janet Huntley. Flora Albano Frances Isla I 3 1 5 4 fi A W D A DY NM L. N X, Xi xX Q My if S H NX S2 X , 2 N '. E , S? V '55 Ski iiiii A - Janet Huntley Terry Twuggs Tahnl Pyle Judy Alexander Joann Boles, Helen of Troy, Jack Hanks, Trojan Warrior MASCOT Helen of Troy, JoAnn Boles, and Trojan Warrior, Jack Hanks, along with the nevv Cheer-Song girls, Davey Benitez, Sherrel Rasmussen, and Kay Kidder, aided the cheerleaders and songleaders by promoting spirit and enthusiasm for our teams. The Cheer-Song girls helped in a special way by attending Lightweight and Lightweight Reserve games on Saturdays. CHEER-SON G Kay Kidder, Davelene Benitez lheadl, Sherrel Rasmussen FRONT ROW: J. Vaught, P. Pepper, D. Russell, lVl. Wilson, C. Phillips. BACK ROW: Nlrs. Wilson, advisor, J. Sanchez, J. Lugo, P. Steavens. The Library Guild members help in the library in many different capacities. TRACK I TERE T The voluntary work put out this year by Track Interest consisted of working at track meets, cross country meets, selling football programs, and meeting the needs of the cross country and track teams. The members also set up concession stands at track and cross country meets. When there was an away track or cross country meet, a few members of the club traveled with the team to rally their spirits. The sponsor of the Track Interest Club was lVlr. Dick Casper. The officers of the club this year were Caren lVloore, President, lVlyrna Abaya, Vice-President, Delia Nerez, Secretary, and Nina Sum, Treasurer for fifth period. For sixth period, the officers were Kathy Conley, President, Lydia Ramirez, Vice-President, Linda Schneider, Secretary, and Judy Alexander, Treasurer. LIBRARY G ILD Sponsor of the Library Guild was lVlrs. Ellen Wilson. Jesse Sanchez was President, Judy Vaught, Vice-President, lVlarilyn Harden, Secretary, and Joe Lugo, Treasurer. Library Guild promoted interest in books, libraries, and reading to its members. Library Science interest was also stimulated by field trips to public and university libraries, book binderies, and printing plants. Fund raising activities provided contributions to library pro- grams. u 3 Track Interest discusses one of the different activities it participated in. FRONT ROW: K. Quigley, N. Sum, K. lVloore, K. Conley, L. Schneider, J. Alexander, A. Tonus. ROW 2: V. Steele, S. Enosaron, P. Enosaron, L. Knowles, J. Sarmiento, J. Domalaog, D. Ray, P. Copus, R. Yount, R. Wuest. ROW 3: G. Hum, F. lsla, J. Hurley, T. Palms, D, Norris, C. Ginn, L. Copus, S. Cunha, R. Zapora. ROW 4: D. Cerezo, D. Benitez, B. Dewater, lVl. Amaro, F. Jacobs, J. Simon, B. Smith, J. Chinn, D. Wheeler, D. Stockton. xss -gf .s 1.1-V ff -M1 if -- -r -N-iw W- - v- N 8 MISS INGEBORG ELISABETH WERNER FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT FROM NORWAY Wlviiiunw Beth Werner takes time out to look over A.F.S. notes. AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE Mrs. Hainds and Miss Kruwel were sponsors of the American Field Service this year. Becky Dercihsweiler was President, Beth Werner was Vice President, Terry Twiggs was Secretary, and Tahni Pyle was Treasurer. This year the American Field Service brought us Beth Werner from Norway. The club raised the money with which to sponsor our Foreign Exchange student during her studies. Various kinds of fund raising activities were carried out which lent themselves to the desired purpose. Beth Werner, our A.F.S. student, talks with Miss Kruwel. FRONT ROW: J. Robb, D, Ray, S. Rohrenbach, B. Smith, A. Statzer, V. Steele, J. King. ROW 2: Mrs. Hainds, advisor, B, Derichsweiler, B. Werner, T. Pyle, T. Easton, Miss Kruwel, advisor. ROW 3: A. Albano, L. Schneider, D. Trimble, D. Trimble, D. Jenkins, P. Serrano. ROW 4: D, Stein, T. Pura, J. Dornalaog, K. Robinson, B. Norris, L. Teague, R. Scott. ROW 5: D. Norris, M. Chinn, R. Castillo, K. Moon, N. Forgnone, L. Robles. ROW 6: P. Pearce, S. Moyers, C. Elliot, D. Urrey, B. Hosted, D. Steele, D. Brown. fswwmwwmmss WsWs..Wsm.,.t ,M,,,4. ,, www ff' FRONT ROW: Mr. Mark Williams, advisor, M. Huff, Vice-President, K. Bunden, President, R. Zapora, Treasurer, E. Begun, Sergeant-at-Arms. ROW 2: E. Rykowski, R. Zapora, D. Ray, P. Kinney, H. Hawes, D. Hanger, C. Stark. ROW 3: G. Ryburn, S. Goodnight, L. Schneider, J, Alexander, V. Harris, S. Ball, K. Lott, S. Robertson, T. Ryan. ROW 4: J. Moree, D. Layus, S. Seitz, G. Franklin, J. Abbott, H. Bell, R. Doerner, V. Kent, T. Palms, L. Herman. ROW 5: R. Childers, T. Easton, G. Greene, M. Houser, B. Parrish, K. Wynne, V. Hernandez, C. Jensen, D. Sawyer, S. Chatelain. ROW 6: P. Smith, C. Lee, J. Clemans, P. Favero, C. Hunt, R. Lazzerini, E. Torres. GERMAN CLUB Officers of the German Club this year were Ken Bunden as Presi- dent, Mark Huff as Vice-President, Nancy Hollis as Secretary, Rhonda Zapora as Treasurer, and Ed Begun as Sergeant-of-Arms. The sponsor was Mr. Mark Williams. This year, as always, the German Club lDer Deutsche Vereinl pro- vided, in a non-academic setting, additional insights into the rich cultural achievements of the German people in music, science, literature, and an overview of German history, regional character- istics, and customs. In this way they increased interest in the study of the language. Gary Fleming and Debbie Anderson study in L.S.E.P.F. Some members of the German Club learn more about German living and culture. L. .E.P.F. The many fund raising activities were those which contributed valuable practical experience to members in law, selling, eco- nomics, and the handling of money. The club visited a court and received first-hand experience of the average proceedings of a court. The money that was remaining at the end of the year went toward a class dinner. The club was under the guidance of Mr. Fourcade. Officers for the 69-70 year were President, George Martinez, Vice-President, Bill Schroeder, Secretary, Linda Corral, and Treasurer, Terry Twiggs. FRONT ROW: Mr. Fourcade, advisor, T. Twiggs, Secretary, L. Corral, Treasurer, B. Schroeder,Vice-President, G. Martinez, President, T. Gutierrez, B. Martinez, L. Moreno. ROW 2: S, Franco, L. Fernandez, P. Rodgers, G. Rubio, C. Estrada, L. Freeman, J. King. ROW 3: S. Jones, J. Roberts, P. Walton, D. Tucker, L. Norred, C. Fulks, C. Ginn, D. Kidder. ROW 5: B. Juneau, G. Fleming, H. Flores, C. Vind, R. Damasco, J. Owsley, J. Wright. FRONT ROW: D. Nerez, Vice-President, S. Cotham, Secretary: G. Barden, President: L. Briggs, Treasurer: B. Douglas. ROW 2: J. Boles, N. Sum, G. Hum, V, Steele, K. Messerole, L. Knowles. ROW 3: A. Statzer, D. Shirrel, K. Souza, L. Teagus, K. Andrus, D. Thornton, D. Foote. ROW 4: K. Bunden, K. Robinson, A. Sum, C. lVlack, D. Jenkins, B. Derichsweiler, ROW 5: E. Begun, P. Serrano, lVl. Chinn, J. Baron, W. Carrier, T. Pyle, B. Ocampo, E. Lum, W. Sagun, D. Yingling. ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY lVIr. Otto Kimball was sponsor of the National Honor Society this year. The officers were George Barden, President: Delia Nerez, Vice-President: Sandra Cotham, Secretary, and Linda Briggs, Treasurer. This organization created an enthusiasm for scholarships, stimu- lated a desire to render service to the school, promoted leadership, and developed character in the members of the school. All of their numerous activities were centered around Service, Scholarship, Character, and Leadership. Officers of the National Honor Society plan ahead for the future. CALIFOR IA SCHOLARSHIP This year the officers of the California Scholarship Federation were Percy Serrano, President: Roger Pura, Vice-President, Connie Nlack, Treasurer: Becky Derichsweiler, Secretary: lVlrs. lVleeker, lVlrs. Cobbley, and lVlrs. DiGirolamo were the sponsors. X .iisw The California Scholarship Federation participated in many of the school-wide activities. They presented assemblies, ushered at con- certs, and provided tutorial service in the local schools. The C.S.F. alscsj piowded a one-hundred dollar Scholarshlp for 6 deserving President Percy Serrano and advisors discuss matters during a club meeting S U en . FRONT ROW: F. Albano, V. Stone, F, Isla, K. Andrus, D. Nerez, G. Hum. ROW 2: lVlrs. DiGirolamo, advisor, P. Pura, Vice-President, B. Derichsweiler, Secretary: C. lVlack, Treasurer, P. Serrano, President, K. Nlesserole, Nlrs. Meeker, advisor. ROW 3: J. Robb, L. Teague, T. Pyle, K. lVloon, B. Werner, G. Barden, L. Knowles, L. Briggs. ROW 4: A. Sum, D. Shirrel, T. Pura, K. Souza, N. Sum, J. Hanks, J. Boles, E. Begun, V. lVlosely. ROW 5: K. Bunden, J. Hollis, D. Trimble, A. Pugnier, K. Little, R. Scott, W. Sagun, E. Lum. ROW 6: J. Baron, V. Epperson, P. Arnold, T. Bunden, 4 CHORAL DEP RTMENT This year Mrs. Jane DiGirolamo, director of the choral groups, did an excellent job in conducting this portion of our Fine Arts Depart- ment. The Christmas Program and the Spring Concert were proof of the singing ability of these groups. All members in these organizations Worked diligently all year long to produce the best of such pro- ductions. FRONT ROW: V. Kent, D. Nerez, K. Marsh, E. Rykowski, L. Little, T. Estes, P. Serrano, J. Cerenio, A. Sum, C Simpson, C. Lee, C. Abaya. ROW 3: S. Thompson, V. Stone, D. Azzopardi, D. Blizzard, S. Armenderez, J. Miller, Murphy, E. Simpson, R. Paredes, M. Blanco, K. Gardner, M. Huff, G. Barden, R. Geissler. FRONT ROW: P. Harris, M. Elson, A. Kraker, D. Lacanlale, T. Herrera, B. Pinon, D. Bledsaw, C. Boggs, P. Kinney, M. Moreno, D. Wise, Mrs. DiGiroIamo, Advisor. ROW 2: M. Stockton, J. Silva, A. Healy, R. Chavez, C. Svvanson, T. White, G. Pritchett, P. Cornell, C. Ruiz, C. Plouchart, S. Parker, C. Robinson. ROW 3: C. Thomas, C. Goulart, Y. Martinez, T. Tow, M. Govvan, P. Walton, J. Barnett, M. Harden, C. Zazveta, M. Naverrette, K. Teague, D. Lockhard, P. Salido, G. Kelly. ROW 4: S. Robertson, L. Herman, C. Abbott, G. Mooring, K. Lorentzen, J. Prentise, L. Mata, S. Sanchez, R. Starbird, C. Henry, L. Thompson, S. Russom, H. Solomon, B. Brannon, E. Leyva, B. Hofler, S. Thomas, A. Burton, J. Ravvson. f ff Mfr? 4 sf Mrs. DiGiroIamo plays the first few notes of f if -sr 1 ID wsmwmmse song. Sixth period A Cappella practices songs for one of their concerts sam Wwe assfws-ww .xs- s.. eewwwws-Www Dagdagan, T. Baker. ROW 2: IVI. Gerbic, N. Bunden, E. Norris, G. Hurley, R. Lim, lVlrs. DiGirolamo, advisor, K. Hilliker, D. Shirrel, J. Burnes, J. Osuna, W. B. Derichsweiler, K. Childoact, K. Souza, P. lVlazzuca, D. Tonus, D. Jenkins, E. Schmidt. ROW 4: S. Cotham, B. Werner, K. Little, D. Jenkins, J. Stidolph, E. FRONT ROW: Nlrs. DiGirolamo, advisor: D. Schafer, L. Solis, P. Cornell, lVl. Reyna, G. Valesquez, B. Hudson, K. DeToma, L. Powell. ROW 2: D. Epp, C. Quigley, C. Gattis, B. Gattis, N. Bunden, J. Barnett, C. Acosta, L. Little, J. Gianotti, J. Rawson. ROW 3: D. Gonzales, S. Sharp, R. Potts, P. Callow, V. Harris, D. Stockton, P. Walton, P. Bradshaw, S. Rohrenbach, A. Reavis, P. Reavis. ROW 4: N. Jackson, D. Blizzard, B. Osborn, S. Cullum, J. Henry, B. lVloniz, C. Espina, R. Santiago, V. Reavis, P. Baldwin. FRONT ROW: lVlrs. DiGiroIamo, Advisor: T. Estes, E. Jacobson, R. Humphrey, C. Abaya, Nl. Nurse. ROW 2: J. Garza, R. Bigay, R. Romero, S. Latham, J. Cerenio, P. Lawson. ROW 3: K. Gardner, R. Paredes, J. lVlilIer, G. Aguirre, lVl. Asencio, J. Abbott. ROW 5: G. Wall, L. Ritchie, G. Brown, D. Jenkins, D, Gill, K. Whitt. f 14 44 FRONT ROW: J. Rubis, Sentinel, M. Raposa, Treasurer, D. Thorton, Secretary, R. Hockin, Vice-President, D. Benefield, Reporter, L. Norred, President. ROW 2: M. Morris, B. Bennet, J. Vassallo, C. Rubis, J. Molinari, J. Peterson, Mr. Mullen, Adivsor. ROW 3: W. Smith, D. Adams, T. Melville, P. Richerson, K. Andrus, R. Wendling. ROW 4: K. Staleton, M. Williams, C. Nora, J. Scarpa, A. Pemberton, L. Camany, A. Benefield. ROW 5: L. Miller, S. Corea, R. Wilson, R. Slape, A. Gage, K. Huckaberry, R. Fuqua, B. Snyder. FUTURE FARMER OF AMERICA This year the members of the Future Farmers of America studied vocational agriculture and operated under the provisions ofthe National Vocational Education Acts. The Future Farmers of America developed agricultural leadership, character, thrift, scholarship, cooperation, citizenship, and patriotism. Some of the members retain their membership after graduation for a maximum of three years or retain until their tvventy-first birthday. Sponsor of this club was Mr. Donald Mullen. The officers this year were Luther Norred, President, Russel Hockin, Vice-President, Dema Thornton, Secretary, Manuel Raposa, Treasurer, Debbie Benefield, Reporter, and Jim Rubis, Sentinel. FFA members talk over the activities ofthe year. FFA members learn more about their future career. CREATIVE WRITI G This year the primary purpose of the Creative Writing Club was to edit, publish, and sell magazines containing the best writing efforts of Alisal High students. Right after Christmas vacation a writing contest was sponsored to determine the best short story, poem, and essay efforts of the students of Alisal High School. These efforts were published in their Aligraph magazine. Editor of the magazine was Debbie Fite. Glenda Mapp and Debbie Moss were Publicity Chairmen, Vicki Brown and Margo Torres were Art Editors, and Kathy Ouigley was Secretary-Treasurer. Members of the Creative Writing Club talk over a recently written essay. P-was K.-ami NN' FRONT ROW: D. Moss, K. Quigley, D. Fite, V. Brown. ROW 2: S. Maddox, M. Ingram, K. Lorenzen. ROW 3: M. Williams, L. Hall. ROW 4: G. Wence, S. Morrison, D. Green. ROW 5: R. Jackson, S. Olds, K. Whitt, S. Perez. Checkers' Club members extend their knowledge in drafting. CHECKERS' CLUB This year the officers of the Checker's Club were Larry Larrecou, President: Gary Edgerton, Vice-President: David Layus, Secretary, and David Nelson, Treasurer. The club sponsored many service projects for the school. These advanced students in drafting. They also donated a one hundred- dollar scholarship to a deserving student to go to Hartnell. The club also planned their annual pack trip to the High Sierras that will be enjoyed this summer. FRONT ROW: K. Fox, G. Edgerton, Vice-President: D. Layus, Secretary: L. Larrecou, President, D. Nelson, Treasurer, F, Forgnone. BACK ROW: M. Mendoza, J. Daughters, L. White, B. Motogawa, D. Simon, R. Verdin, J. Abbott. T. Acierto. FRONT ROW: D. Ocampo, L. Camany, N. Busane, R. Rojas, L. Doner, Mr. Espinosa, Mr. Pickford. ROW 2: R. Mondea, D. Batara, L. Powers, T. Racalles, D. Benefield, B. Smith, C. Gulan, R. Doerner. ROW 3: M. Wilson, S. Marple, T. Uchida, D. Ray, D. Knowlton, C. Norred. ROW 4: D. Mora, R. Harris, B. Verma, E. Simpson, G. Stefani, J. Strong, K. Yanemitsu, L. Scott. IIJCD CLUB The goals of this organization are to foster an appreciation of the theater as a part of our cultural heritage and to enable those interested students to become a more critical observer in his judgment ofthe theatre art. This is accomplished through at least one field trip to the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and other related activities. This year the llios Club's objectives were to promote interest in wrestling. Fund raising activities sponsored by this club were a car wash and a stand at the carnival. The money earned toward wrestling trips and their annual picnic at the end of the year. IHUUWA CLUB FRONT ROW: R. Doener, T. Pyle, P. Moore, Mr. Mullins, J, Sarmento, G. Fleming, P. Pepper, J. Vaught. ROW 2: B. Hoffman, D. lhle, D. Harden, S. Coffee, P. Epp, M. Abaya, K. Wynne. ROW 3: R. Melendz, M, Cushman, C. Wheeler, J. Daughters, J. Brady, K. Splawn, T. White, B. Ryburn. ROW 4: J. Giarotti, D. Urrey, D. Steele, C. Kernshner, R. Moralas, L. Derringer, P. McMordie. ROW 5: M. Stockton, D.Starkwell, B. Myhers, S. Trimble, B. Histmen, K. Brannon, J. lntago, L. Taylan. ROW 6: A. Parrish, J. Robles, E. Cardoza, V. Torrez, M. Williams, D. Knowhon, J. Ringor. FRONT ROW: D. Jenkins, L. Robles, A. Sum. ROW 2: L. Kim, N. Bundin, K. Messerole, C. Stone, K. lVloon, K. Orsela. ROW 3 R Lim IVI Abaya C Crain G. Hum, P. lVloore, L. Solis, IVI. Stockton, K. Hoffman. ROW 4: G. Hurley, D. Brown, C. Peterson, J. Robb, lVl. Solis, B. Liveley J Coon J Huntley D Norris. This year the object of the Hi Set Club was to instill in the minds of the teenage girls of today the idea that their appearance is important. Their club helped the girls to look at themselves objectively and with poise. It also presented various fun activities for the girls to participate in. KEY CLUB The Key Club, sponsored by the Alisal Kivvanis, conducted many fund raising activities this year. Some of their activities included a canned food drive during Christmas, the distribution and collection of lVlarch of Dimes cannisters, and the sponsoring of the district's playday. With Percy Serrano as president and IVlr. Porter lVlcLaughlin as advisor, the club attained the major goal of Key Club International-service. HI-SET FRONT ROW: G. Martinez, lVl. Fluff, G. Barden, P. Serrano. ROW 2: D. Stein, R. Pura, J. Barrientos, T. Nlartin. ROW 3: J. Osuna G Fleming E Begun ROW 4: G. Favero, lVl. Chinn, B. Schroeder, T. Pura, B. Juneau. AQ N HISTORY CLUB The goal of the History Club this year was to promote interest in history. This interest was sparked through discussions and field trips to places of historical importance. There were many money raising activities throughout the year in order to provide transportation forthe field trips. FRONT ROW: lVliss Garbarini, L. Teaque, G. Ryburn, D. Benitez, F. Isla, J. Black, R. Giles, Nl. Haclcfield. ROW 2: R. Luna, N. Forgnone, D. Doris, S. Moyers, L. Taylan, R. Nunes, E. Begun, J. lVloree. ROW 3: R. Lim, C. lVlarsaIa, G. Hum, Nl. Abaya, K. Souza, J. Hanks, A. Albano, C. Jenson. ROW 4: R. Childers, D. Siababa, A. Gutierrez, B. Tyner, T. Simon, J. Chinn, S. Enosaran. This year the objectives of the Chinese Club were to study the Chinese people and to promote a better understanding between East and West. Audiovisual teaching aids were used to supplement regular lessons in Chinese sounds, syntax, and symbols plus speaking, reading, and writing some simple and common expressions in Chinese. CHINESE CLUB FRONT ROW: lVlr. Lee, R. Bigay, R. Corpus, C. Santiago, L. Taylan, Nl. Lowe, D. Lacanlale, P. Steps, lVlr. Rowe. ROW 2: F. Osgood, B. Ryburn, J. Sarmiento, A.,Parish,J. Ringor, C. Asuncion, R. Jacks. ROW 3: C. Jarschke, O. Young, T. Krist, R. Jones, P. Baugh, D. Shepard, S. Went. llllll lllllllllll L ,ql U5! X FRONT ROW: D. Cerezeo, B. Brannon, S. Thompson, J. Stidolph, Mrs. Crenshavv, H. Seymour. ROW 2: L. Copus, T. Copus, J. Sarmento, R. Morales, L. Scott. ROW 3: D. Delatorre, C. Ginn, J. Hursh, L. Derringer, M. Amaro, M. McMordie. ROW 4: B. Edgin, K. Quigley. ODER fDABKE This year the objectives of the Debate Club was to promote group interest in major affairs of state, proficiency in argumentation, mastery in public speaking, and team participation. The club raised money for their various debate activities. Modern Dance offers students an opportunity for learning creative dance techniques, composition, and performances. The club also performed with the Music Department at different concerts sponsored by the Fine Arts Department. DEBATE CLUB FRONT ROW: L. Kine, L. Heor, R. Ouirley, K. Long, K. Chilcoat, A. Steele, J. Sanchez. ROW 2: M. McMordy, C. Ahl, V. Epperson, R. Salazar, B. Derichsvveiler, C. Santiago. ROW 3: R. Blue, Logan, R. Comstock, T. Guterrez. GIRL ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO FRONT ROW: L. Briggs, K. Souza, P. Crain, J. Boles. ROW 2: D. Statzer, N. Bunden, K. Nlesserole, L. Ramirez, Nl. Gerbic. FEOVV 3: D. Green, R. Ramers, K. Andrus, D. Stockton. FRONT ROW: L. Moore, J. Sarmiento, P. Crain, K. Nlesserole, L. Briggs, N. Bunden, K. Conley, D. Green, IVI. Gerbic, J. Boles. ROW 2: K. Andrus, S. Martin, D. Stockton, J. Scarpa, B. Werner, D. Cerezeo, A. Morales, Ramirez, D. Statzer, V. Steele. ROW 4: J. Barnett, L. Copus, Ramers, S. Rivas. IVI. Hernandez, D. Knowlton. ROW 3: IVI. Solis, F. Isla, P. Yniquez, E. Romiq, L. Teaque, D. Shirrel, K. Souza, P. lVlcVay, V. Stone, C. Ginn, K. Hiliker. ROW 5 B.Smith, L. : L. Solos, R. su-Q .gun lm v-31. FRONT ROW: D. Ray, D. Climer, S. Briggs, L. Schneider, J. Domalaog, C. Crain, A. Tonus, D. Boles, R. Doener, L. Sarmiento, L. Copus. ROW 2: Aldape, E. Myers, R. Zapora, D. Wheeler, D. Trimble, L. Cabatu, A. lsla, L. Sullivan, Nl. Rush, P. Musgrove, P. Parise, S. Lawhorn. ROW 3: G. Flores Flores, S. Pena, V. Richardson, C. Rubis, D. Rocha, M. Stockton, C. Hoggett, V. Baggett, J. Black, R. Jackson. ROW 4: H. Martin, D. Carol, M. Martinez Paz, D. Pulido, D. Castrillo, R. Green, P. Look, C. Norred, F. Jacobs, E. Moreno. ROW 5: G. Kints, J. Poles, D. Urrey, L. Laytan, C. Kernsher, A. Cosio Ocoza, O. Frad,T. Great, A. Salazar,W. Hind, H. White. ROW 6: F. Lands, S. Moyers, N. Forgone, D. Sartvvell, H. Panes. FRONT ROW: K. Souza, P. Crain,J. Boles. ROW 2: Mrs. Camany, L. Briggs. ROW 3: N. Bunden, K. Messerole. FRONT ROW: V. Torres, T. Pyle, C. Wheeler, K. Wynne. ROW 2: G. Flemming, D. Urrey, S. Becky, D. Steele, Mr. Mullins. ROW 3: A. Parrish, D. Knowlton, B. Ryburn,O. Reyna. This organization, worldwide in scope and membership, began its existence within the past school year. Its primary goal is the recognition of students who have contributed in one theater field or another to successful show productions. Membership is gained through the accumulation of points earned for various show responsibilities. The primary goals of the Girls' Karate Club was to introduce the girls to the art of Korean Karate and self-defense. Fund raising , activities included cake sales which provided money for various club uses. FRONT ROW: R. Hernandez, T. Herrera, L. Valverde, V. Arizmendi, D. Tabera, O. Hernandez, M. Ruiz, M. Martinez, L. Guzman. ROW 2: Mr. Torres, C. Vibarri, D. Dela Torre, C. Ruiz, T. Dagdagan, S. Rena, C. Zuzuete, H. Kapps, J. Cadena, M. Gonzales. 2 l X X . . .. . I s 1. Q A , - ' Q :- P , ig g s X, as .W X. X. . S X s s X 1 f so ig if--.5 FRONT ROW: G. Robb, P. Scarpa, M. Chenea, J. Cerenio, W. Edgin, B. Smith, J. Moore. ROW 2: R. Doerner, C. Savage, R. Apadvet, B. Boomer, R. Melendez, K. Bunden, B. Parish, B. Moore, D. Ramirez, D. Nash. ROW 3: P.Tabera, R. Granados, R. Harbor, C.StarnpIes,J.Savage,G. Comstock, D. Ray. ROW 4: P. Barber,S. Jiminez, J. Moree, M. Schmidt, B. Edgin, P. Crain. BAD FRONT ROW: D. Ray, P. Crain, S. Fox, P. Barber, P. Stevens, C. Samples. FRONT ROW: K. Deome, L. Briggs, K.MesseroIe,K. Orepesa, D. Mesrole, S. Anderson, M. Brannon, M. Ingram. ROW 2: B. Smith, R. Hockin, S. Goodnight, R. Morales, D. Jones, R. Bevn, S. Fox, K. Andrus, L. Crain. ROW 3: S. Delory, M. Houser, S. Marple, S. Synder. ROW 4: P. Stevens, M. Rush, G. Stevens, D Dixon, R. O'Compo, J. Clemens, L. Scott, B. Carpenter. ? .f fi N gf?" l"'I"'I"'I"l'I"'l-I-I FRONT ROW: D. Self, S. Cotham, R. Starboard, N. Bunden, G. Hurley, C. Cuellar. ROW 2: M. Wilson, G. Garcia, D. Lancanlale, D. Odom, S. Olds, S. Hartsell, J. Edwards. ROW 3: H. Salazare, C. I-loggett, G. Mapp, S. Vosti, L. Brouhard, M. Sauter, B. Brouhard, V. Baggett. The purpose of the Future Nurses' Club this year was to foster an interest in nursing and related health careers. lt also acquainted members with the present programs in various schools, scholarships, loans, and job opportunities. The club had various NU service activities, informational trips, and meetings. The goal of the Spanish Club this year vvas to promote a friendly I relationship among the students. All money raised in fund raising activities went toward a scholarship to a Senior club member. FRONT ROW: D. Long, C. Dobbs, R. Rojas, H. Flores, M. Abaya, Miss Blauret, L. Sarmento, A. Salazar, P. Copus. ROW 2: R. Castillo, P. Blanco, A. Mazzuca, R. Lim, D. Doris, D. Rocha, A. Andrads, G. Hum, L. Smith, S. Cotham. ROW 3: C. Cuellar, R. Kramer, K. Andrus, R. Luna, J. Rungor, J. Black,S. Hartsell, S. Martin, R. Lope. ROW 4: S. Banda, T. Easton, T. Simon, G. Perez, F. Peralta, W. Sagun, J. Benedes, A. Salinas, S. Morasca, M. Lovve, G. Sanchez. ROW 5: R. Jackson, V. Moseley, K. Robinson, M. Chinn, T. Ucheda, M. Carter, M. Chenea, R. Carrillo, R. Mendoza, B. Ocampo, J. Moree, D.Siababa,T. Acierto, E. Lum. .ax--ss.s,ls: in rsemu..-. .. r Q. -.,si.mmmmm ,qw , 1 A -L . 252 2-in 5 w 3' 1 v Q x ' Y 'W X . A Lf, 55" 'li' 'H mf . A 'M 'in . Q f , W gl ii , f 2 1 gt -.. ,. A .N.yg'k,- Xp-W it Q. 4 Q-5' wg. K' 1 WF Q X A A ig,,:3yf,.,N,,,ML , .-ggi ,Aw A4 3 , L 'fbQ,k-1f::Q??: Q, ,V Rug, A 1 ' ' ' - QSV' " ek Q J, f ,M 3, -:A ay. . - - xg,-nw 2 3-s.Q,ffQf X, , sl-I ww. ,. z A , gig Q". in W ,, x 4 N " sl iimn"1"49Qiae ra, at W , , x ' 1 X ' x G .0 ,.., MA' ' ' . 71" iffjfi' 1I,Q:f Wiz.. -Q . , ., .... ,V ' Q .., t 3 m f Q Y 1 EM I , Z if , g Q if Q 5 is 1'-x, xg. is '. 'it xi .. 'Q xg if is 5 in xg- ! W M' vw' ff ,, T W Members of the Trojan Tribune work hard to get the school paper out on time. I ii Mr, Puterbaugh, advisor ofthe Trojan Tribune. ,..-.. TRQJA TRIBUN in-0. Members think of something new for their paper, Students work hard IO get their 3SSjQF!fT19f1fS. Linda White lEditorAin-Chief! of the Trojan Tribune. me A . Www fni-..iaa it iq i Q FRONT ROW: lVlr. Upp, T. Bunden, K. Bundeii 'V.TVlelony, R. Ross, Y. Kim, Desmon, G. Johnson, IVI. Woodlock. Rf' Q C CAMERX R CLUB The Unisons' Club's goal this year was to promote better musicians and a higher degree of musicianship at Alisal High School. Four students will be sent to a music camp at Lake Tahoe this summer, so many of their fund raising activities were connected with these scholarships. The club also helped the music classes in any way possible. Nl. Houser, C. Phillips. ROW 2: R. Greco, K. Quigley, A. Parrish, K. Upp,S. The primary goals of the Camera Club this year were to expand interest in good photography for personal and school use. By selling the pictures that the club took and they had developed themselves, they raised money to buy photography equipment. UNISONS' CLUB ' Q'-iw: xml :A 5 , if W - I 'zu' w:mgyfiel12, l 1 , , sig . 5 llllllllllllllll llf ' lv lllllll- i .ill I well lllllllllll in . 4,2 ll ,. ,-M ll NF: -i 158 TROJ N YEARBOOK M, . Editor-in-Chief, Ed Begun, assists students on yearbook. Mr. Angelo works with Rose Foshee Spring editor. Max Zabala, Cheryl Swanson, and Rich Bradley work on yearbook. Jahna and Kathy Henry work on advertisement 3 ,. r Q-mm-.......... X....,.. . X X, Rlchard Bradley and Russ Kramer dnscuss copy blocks for yearbook. 159 5 . X-2-3, - -G '.ff'41." -...,,. s .. lx 'rx wx., v Q PM x-i' 'K 1- vf. Wa. K Q..-mf, 1- Xa X' f 'tv-. .W -M fs 1.-r" N 5 if 3 , ,fg- Wm. fx 'r its-in Q, rg:-" u ,-M15 .qu - v . Q ,S 'gag 1 'L X. W, A Wm . a - . , .. -Q . x- 'xg Q4 x , w 4.0, ,, , Q A Q 'ka L gf. ,Q . -1. .- 1 N 7 , , ii .W xl "rw, X, JoAn Silva ,Q' ' , 1 . Debbie Ben P' as E '-'Q ,4f Qs" ' -if Q Nancy Adams Llnda Corrall s , iqew W- gm, 'W ' -f,,,f,-,Mi f, ,ww efield PQ .. K .hm Elvera Villareal Q ILL SCROLL Ouill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society for high school journalists. Membership is a distinct honor and is reserved for those outstanding papers' staff members who meet the basic requirements established by the Society and its local chapters. Candidates for Quill and Scroll must meet quality writing requirements before membership approval. -...fit .c... S... S tscc CLUB NIEIVIBERS: J- Safmlenw, J. Hernandez, N. Hernandez, R. Comstock, T. Gutierrez, C. Stone, Some of the membem at 'est' K. lvlessarale, J. Taylor, J. Hanks and advisor, Mr. R. Purerbaugh. "Willem qw Their leader at work. "That typewriter cannot spell!" Fun and games? FI E ARTS DEPARTME Alisal High's Honor Band. lVlusic, Art, and Drama made up the Fine Arts Department this year. The goals of the department were to interest students in one of these areas and then have him develop the skill. lVlr. l-lorselv, chairman ofthe Fine Arts Department, did a fine job in co-ordinating the efforts of each section. Every section of the Fine Arts Department did a superb job in producing the best achievements of Alisal High. Wm WW for a coming p e, a ff? MW? A A, Q, - 0 ,af '-I "-. f, .ff - A I ,1 A N . . -X i ' N , " .X .4 -3 p "f L -K ' L Q 'N J ' A' A ' Ni ,V . , ,. -I . I h 3 N -f V :fl-:V "A . V' I, ,,. x V. l it T . , ,. N V - V If lp' 5 ' .5' if dx . y W in if l 0 . Q 5. " fn: q , 'Q 4 1 J za. sv , 4, -N ' lj .1-gif' I 6 1 ,J " Nas, ' M -. A Ti' - fig J ,L FFACY4 Q X. if w- in , . at f- A' V .V . V ,W-'aria fl 1 I7 W it 3 v jan. . ' ,Y gjwbi ,V I. 4 2 'F' "' ' V ' 'V I V s' . t I ,af f 1 4 il V-f , , H M V , -' ,Q , f-X , - 1, ,- ,Z .ef . ,, N " ' , f- lp ef' , A ' i i f T' la ' .1 'XV H ,uf ' X ' .V - V 1 5 V . 7. n12:.,V. . 1 -1 V -2- - 4. 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Q , fLAL ' LL'. h fm: .. A 'Nw--x,W ,N Qig,i,Q,1....W- XQSY K MHS XSmmhMfq 1vswSmwww A I -.." S . f SX I 95 Q 1 Egg lVIr. Lee directs his class. IVIr. Gorton heads the Art Department. Clarlto and others are hard at work. Pat helps "E. V." in working with leather DRAMA X 5 , Reflections of the . 4 M A Mr. Gorton helps with the sets V 4, A js 5, sf- 4, I V, mg M ,il L fo- M ' W f'-tus SPRING 9 Richard, Tahni, and Roger take a breather. Roger Pura, Senior Class President, led the Senior class in a tremendous year. SENIOR CLASS OFFICER The Senior Class of 1970 has met the end of a great four years to remember. Tahni Pyle, Senior Class Secretary, doubled effectively as secretary and treasurer. Richard Blue, Senior Class Vice-President, sneaks a short siesta. The class of '70 was led this year by Roger Pura-President, Richard Blue-Vice President, Marilyn Sarmento-Secretary, and Tahni Pyle-Treasurer. They led the Senior class through many great experiences along with the assistance of the senior class advisors, Miss Wilmalee Schlentz and lVlr. Bilek. The class started this year with the tradition of having a successful Senior Playnight with numerous types of entertainment from swimming to dancing. The class of '70 ended the year with another tradition, their night to remember, Graduation. MV' Q1 ,LA.L E SHEI LA ADAMS JOSE ANCH ETA T JEFF ABBOTT BERT AGUILAB ALEX ALBANO MIKE ALCOCER CHEBYL ANCOG ESTELER AOUIBBE AB E '- ARIZIVIEND1 , wg 1.1 SUSAN ARMENDARQ DONNASUE AZZOPARDI MICHAEL AZZOPARDI i vw, Lwwh all jf TRUDE BAKER X LARRY BALL LUPE BALOCA PAUL BARBER JOHN BARRENTOS GEORGE BARDEN KENT BARNHILL JOHN BARON ONWNABARTOU CHRBUNEBARRAGAN HNMABARRAGAN WCHARDBLUE BRUCE BENNETT MIKE BLANCO JOANNBOLES LARRYBORGES i1E MN L. DEBORAH BOYENS CANDACE BRADLEY LINDA BRIGGS NICHOLAS BROOKS DEBORAH BROWN VICKIE BROWN ROSE ANN BREWER mf ,www jkffj 'L-- -A KENICHI BUNDEN 5 S 4 NORIKO BUNDEN EMILY CALDERON STEVE CALDERON CARLOS CALI 'KYQJ ""'f:3' ROBERT CARDWELU WYMAN CARRER MIKE CASAREZ WCKI CAVAGNA DOLLY CEREZO WTA CERVANTES CERVANTES FRANCBCO LARRY CERVANTES CATHERINE CHILCOAT MIKE CHINN YOLANDA CING MARS DEBORAH CLODGO DEBRA COLLINS GARY COIVISTOCK RICKY COIVISTOCK JUDY COON QW STEPHEN COPE SANDRA COTHAIVI TERRY CORNELL DEBORAH COPUS DEBBIE CORNELL LINDA CORRAL NATHANIEL COX PAT CRAIN LOB CRANE THOMAS CRITES RANDY CROCI CLARENCE DAMASCO RON DAMASCO MIKE DEAVER VIRGINIA DEOIVIE I DEBBIE DERICHSWEILER REBECCA DERICHSWEILER STEVE DESIVIOND I TINI DOLAN ARTHUR DOIVIINGUEZ WW' A STEVE DONAGHE JOHN DOUGLAS EDDIE DOWLING EDWARD DUFFEY , ,, i,,,K.,,n1y KATHY DROIVIGOPLE ROBERT DUNCAN DAVID EDDINGS DON EDDINGS GARY EDGERTON PETER ESCALANTE RUTH ELSON LONNIE EDWARDS TERRY ELLIOTT DUANE EPPERSON GENO FAVERO LUCY FERNANDEZ S DEM HTE GARY FLEMING ROSE FOSHEE HERB FLORES FRED FORGNONE DEBWE FOOTE ROBERT FOWLER SYLVIA FRANCO GARY FRANKUN UNDA FREEMAN CARON FULKS MARK? 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BRUCE IVIOTOGAWA DINA IVIORALES RICHARD IVIORALES FRANCES IVIORENO I gm MICHAEL MORRES DAVE MORROW ELLEN MURPHY MARUA MUEROY CHUCK NAKAMURA JOANN NAVERRETTE DAVHJ NELSON BETTY 5 NETTO WCHARD NEWCOMB DENISE NELSON ANDY MCHTER LUTHER NORRED ,Ma f, I , ' A522435 DEBBIE NORRIS GRACE OCAIVIPO ART OROZCO I B A R B A R A A AAEEE 2 OSBO R N NATIVIDAD OSUNA CONRAD PABLO DAVID PADILLA NICK PALACIOS 200 ALFRED PARISH MARY PARR JOHN PAZ ARTY PEIVIBERTON SALLY PENA PAT PEARCE PEGGY PATTON LINDA PEPPER 201 ALBERT PERALTA PAUL PEREZ PETER PEREZ MARIO PERUCCHI CAROL PETERSON JAMES PETERSON PHILLIPE PLOUCHART TER RY PODESZWA TON! PRESTRIDGE ROY PUGNIER ROGER PURA STEVE PUSLEY 20 TAHNI PYLE KIIVI ROBINSON 204 TERRY REYES KATHY OUIGLEY LARRY RITCHIE LENOR ROBLES JUAN ITA ROBB PAULINE RODGERS GREGRODREUEZ JERRYRODREUEZ 'UNORODWQUEZ DONNA RAYSLER HELEN ROECKER KAYRODGERS RORYROSS MMRUB5 Q- fs! O6 CANORA RUSH DANNY DAVID SANCHEZ SALVIEJO DAVID SANTANA JANE SARIVIIENTO MARILYN SARIVIENTO MIKE SAWYER PERCY JOANN SCARPA SERRANO mwxx R 3 'K , Q P ,1 , -- :kk Q Q K RN S REBECCA SCHERER 1. HLL SCHROEDER x PAULA SELF IVIIKE SETZER DEBORAH SCHAFER BERNARDO S!RVVET REBECCA SIVIITH RON STEFANI GEORGE SPORK DON STEWART MILTON STEVENS O8 CAROLSTONE JUDYSTONE ADASUM JEANETTE TAYLOR CLEMENTE TAYLOR DEBRATESTON KARENTTHEROLF MIKETHOMAS 210 ALISA THOMPSON RON TILLIVIAN JOHN THOMPSON IVIARGO TORRES TERRY TWIGGS TED UCHIDA MILTON VADNAB WCHARD VANDENBROEKE RUBEN VALDEZ JEFF VASSALLO VHVD CHARLES LEO WALKER 212 GENE WOLF CHARLES WALTON BETH WE RNEFQ STEPHANIE WHEELER IVHCHAEL WHITLOCK DANNY WILSON SHARLMNE WILLSON TERM WOLFE WRIGHT JOE WREHT BWTT YODER KENUYO YONEMHSU i M Nonie Cedillo Carolyn Nielsen John Stewart . Linda White 4 Bernadette Ybarra John Ybarra Phyllis Young X' SENIOR POLLS Best Dressed . . . . . . Caron Fulks Roger Pura lVlost Attractive . . . .... Tim Martin Connie lVlack lVlost Athletic .... ....... P at Crain Bill Schroeder Class Wit ........ . . . Pauline Rogers Ken Gardner Nlost School Spirit . . . . . . Darlene Jenkins Alex Albano lVlost Scholastic ...... . . . Linda Briggs George Barden lVlost Likely to Succeed . . . ....... Ada Sum Percy Serrano Best Personality ...... . . . Debbie Collins MOST ATTRACTIV E BEST DRESS George Martinez ED MOST ATHLETIC CLASS WIT MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Darlene Jenkins, Alex Albano MOST SCHOLASTIC MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST PERSONALITY Q MORE PEOPLE ERE HME ik , W f ss. S X E 'ii QQ- I i :'- " . EE' X . i Q X K -4 C akziiz My X 2 i Q 5 "" ui W ' - WX A , SL X v+ 5 ,M if :sa it ,X Y .X X sf Q 1 H- ' C. , fun E vtjqza ,si Q: se 1-,.p,,,,,'. , '5i,:Y.4. S, , I2 gif QW lxX H Www SOPHOMORES 'Q-T' fi , Cathy Ramirez Duane Rice Richard Sigala Karen Wickham fi ,' 5 S52 fig. 5 X 1. 3 X fi rfffafszl .P C. a1.i ' E 1 ' Q Lois Adams Arnold Ayon Rachel Borbon Karen Burks Dennis Chastain Scott Chatelain Cheryl Coffey Niel Danilson Eric Jacobson George Nenque Raul Monroy Sammara Moyers David Perez Connie Phillips Bertha Pinion Delia Canante Tom Eastin Lawrence Fisher Ramona Gonzalez Sherry Lawhorn F--1 I . -f 611 1 ,f -af - f Masq- 5 , A MA 1 , J . M if W 1 J ' - ws. in 24 f-iw V Nw 5 if M , ,Z M a My 4, 1 n I df, f",k , lin 2' kim, 'iff' , 5513! .7215 B 2, 2 he ., S 5' JU IOR J "' 5 , , 4 7' " . A , Q A I h ig ,,' ' 1+ 5,1 , ,4 1 , ' " A My f -, wggql NW br Steve Reese Norman Robles Richard Subia Samia Thomas , 1, 'ml ii ' ' -5 ,B . - 1.- 1. 'A' 41 "' :F 1 Miriam Solis Greg Valin Alva Valdez Diana Wood Sostenes Mendoza Virginia Mosely Royce Nowlin Fred Prater Maria Ramos Pam Barnett John Burnes Della De La Torre Julie Giannotti Diane Hall Dyane Jeantrout John Johnson Debbie Miner James Moree Julia Perez Larry Perez Yolanda Perez Laura Powell Ken Prestidge Anita Pinon 9 O Coach game. during the M Catcher John Burns and pitcher Brad Cambell were among the players vvho did a good job on this year's varsity baseball team. Other players vvho did as well were Geno Favero, lVlark Huff, Mike Puslay, and Jeff Bassalo. Coach Filice commented that the thing the team lacked was experience, but with hard vvork through continued practice the team evolved into a well trained unit. VAR ITY NINE PLAGUED BY INEXPERIENCE I wt 7, . 'sal baseball team posing before a game. 'Limbs 4 ..WM,.q.,.w.,,..auMa.f. MW 'W' -S. 4 ' A ab i fl A .fa A 1 at A W P r f yu tu l l A vs' f ' . . i M .I g".'Qf'tx'-Wy' .4 ,za 1-,fn if ',,. ,.,g44., M ,..,.f 265: "rf ,. your . "www .. J vs A t 1 Q'-.tw 2 - -G . , 4 . 1 v .. . . t . . 'M .. 'm,v.,f-fgvsfgymi' ., . -- A' A .3 -' .. -f lf. .8 Q . ' i 4 mix, M A ,aff ' V- FM' ' It V wr '3:i.,-,,5M'w fy. ... ' or M, I 5 "V, L , .WM A ww K , H .A 1 me k Mm. nv, I W 4- ., of 5 X b QL., . my V A: Y -' ' -, V - rf, M in , my Vx' ' . ., A T, Ngig.. ',"'i:A- - wife I iiffmfw, z, M KV . is ' Jig, A, . sale. w Q 5 Q ' s W is Running for home after belting one into left field. Johnny Burnes smashing one during practice. Catching batting practice behind the plate is a hard job. An Alisal moundsman delivering 3 "White F09-" Practice makes perfect. rs lx I n,. WX W 1 i 5 I ,I li OWQMM., Going for the pigk-off at third is'pitcher Brad Cambellff in M Catcher i V K gil 4 his Brad Campbeil displaying fine pitching form. 4 il , 0 4 4 -1 M -. Coach Filice demonstrating techniques. Coach Filice wondering what happened. Jeff Atkins at the plate 5, '3 1 if Wi! W V V ' iiwnm 5.1, Wim, Q Y , 7 1 511 4"4 '3iM7 MTf'Wfi f . H, -f,,fwt -1 f nafpn ,. 5 . ff Y V+ fm. 4 V- , H, ., 2 2 ,, ' f' it r efs.- .-Y, fl, '4m'fw9g MLA elim' M1'?MJY' A V 1,? .fsilt .AQ y Ted Qual Is warmin E f -gwiwifii N ,, t,',ttt 1' , , , W4-ww, 9 UP- Coach Filice discussing the method of batting. 2 23 4 S vm 5 " ' -if ,f-vm... .,... 5 , , v-V if nf 'O E The Alisa! Junior Varsity Basebql! Teami3 assi.Q?gd Coach Ffilicie future varsity mhteriai. V, , . ,.... ? . ,, I V , . , I . H - U . ,1 wh we ,. X ' ' W- 1 .M V v ., .V.'S SHOW GOOD STRENGTH WITH TEAM DEPTH mf .-'gy WN . V ,D , Nw.-. . tb' ' 1 K - , 'Mm Q .1 his X It ' ' -T .WN T ik T ' W . Q A A , ., X -...E 'S-fwwi w -... O , if' Q A 'E Q Q l- x,... . Y , . ' " . T 4'-IQ . . x - E-,W-3gv"L K A Rx , E1 M ' f :.5i1ssma,w E E ' Q .... . -- V. w f ' .. .. . "L-4 52 :Q '. 1.13.2 I.. + ,,..-1:-, ., " --:SPSS-2 ' fm: :ZZ MVP:-'f' ' NR "1 ' 3 N Cliff Savage gets to bat. Charles Ven waits for the throw at first base. Q Geno Favero lines one down the third base line. John Burnes hits the ball to the infield, Jeff Hollis throws down to second base to stifle the play. xi QNX' it .-4 Y Q Wu., 13 1,13 ' 5 i - X --... -5.451 . .... - sf. . , K 1 I LLm L LLML LLA . L . wx I wwf-xi Y K A . . 'hu . .. . . ,... . -. r- .'-- .- ., - : if E ""' . . kkk, - "-'. .. .. - S' . .. i. kkkk M E k -QmgiN5Ll5Q.5: k--. if Lk-L - .. K , , , , , , , Q A - Pokmg a short one out of the infieid is a junior varsity batter so Q . ' ...gs ---- i N - ss-aw .-k QNL: Q i .-.- . . gl h -'fL ' s smanvvorks for the LLV: fgeam. d ' A K O 41-Q? Lining one out is a junior varsity team member. Q., L ,Q the a J.V 226 ' . , ,mg-,A . '-15 Mario Vancleave warming up. 4 L elllo Coach Napoli with correct throwing form. Mr. Napoli demonstrating technique for scooping a grounder. A make-shift infield during an inter-squad scrimmage - . u 2 COACH DICK CASPER THE 1970 VARSITY TRACKSTERS ,ima TRACK TEAM SHOWS SURPRISIN PEED A DURANCE ,. .X Q4-.5 N' af J 4' , aff? 0: ,Kass 'kms S w ir,9QA ,j . ffm 1' . A Q F A ff f-'M Q,f,j,,,.- xx Af. Yr 3,555 Se i ,S .f 4.4 ,pw -"A N. uf " if Lf X f + 4 wi? Sv ,. xx s s Q' J Q S . y S Y .5 Tsuyoshi Bunden and Charles Elleran pace Watsonville through the 180 yard low hurdles. + fr ---vm "Y W , f Wen: Junior Osuna practicing on the high jump. Oscar Burgos and Adrian Delatorre line up for the takeoff. Ken Gardner heaves the discus for DOIT1iHiC Ramifel dw'- Alisal High School. ing the two mile run. .3-sim. Chris Jensen on the seventh lap of the two mile run. Mx N . . Q, .if sig ttis s 2 Coach Casper discussing meet strategy with the track team. 230 Junior Osuna jogging around the track. Curt Buntin straining with the 10 Ib. shot put. fgenssagtg,-give, ,fxixguwqw H 1 - f-2 1: tw. . ,- . 15: or 'X .ri -M - - .,t.wM.. i -' . i . ' "' ,- ,ty Robert Reyes conditioning himself with 220's. Track team as the coach outlines the day's work 'V L is 1 QQ ,399 Alan Pugnier vvorknng out with the shot put Physlcal toughness IS attamed by constant running Ahsal distance men jogging for warm up Kemchn Bunden practicing his champlonshlp form Junior Osuna nearing the 220 mark during practice quarters Q.. Q ws 3 W .. ..., Q. R Sk Mfwm M mi! 1 1 FRONT ROW: . Benitez, T. Kuramuia, BACK ROW: T. Yamashita, A. Abbott, Alan Abbott warming up. A. Hartsell, J. Gaitan, K. Barnthill, W. Edgin, C. Baudour, J. Shumaker, J. Garcia. FORM GYMNASTIC TEAM N UCLEUS The gymnastics' team had a fine season this year under the direction of Coach Clark. The team was made up of several strong returning lettermen, and the only handicap that the team suffered from was the lack of competition from other schools in the area. Second year lettermen Larry Larrecou, Alan Hartsell, Alan Abbott, Charles Baudour, and Kent Barnhill attained near-perfection, often devoting much time practicing and preparing physically and mentally for their performances. New members of the team, John Shumaker, John Benitez, Tsutomu Yanashita, Tugu Kuramuia, and Gggqrigew-Kipay-al gained invaluable experience and demonstrated great achievement for the season. The united efforts of the gymnastic team members made this year one of the best ever. Tsutomu Yamashita rolling frontwards over the gymnastic bar. George Geaya, a beginner in gymnastics. Alan Abbott holding himself up on top of the gymnastic bar 9? , , " M 'Q W W W My f ik 5 4? H mA " ,, 3 K 1 Q is, 4 1. , .. N at . Q i . . 1 V' X 5 vi 5 t l is T i ,- DI IDUAL PERFORMAN CES SPOTLIGHT EFFORTS Wayne Edgin off of the 3 meter board. Coach Poulsen did a fine job this year in directing the swim team. Due to the team's inexperience, high standing in the league was not attained. But fine performances vvere turned in by David Nelson, the team's only Senior, David Boles, lVlark Schmidt, and Bill Edgin. The experience and training received by the members ofthe swim team made the prospects appear good for next year. ' Start on the second lap of the TQO yard LM. A " ,,.,,v ' ' ' ,, 'Y-,V t, yffxb. ' . , is an Alisal swlmlggrge r 'gf-Nwsgpf " "QMS -4 ...hex M.-.,::'mL-W V , y ,f Q A A ' ' X 1 'F' ' r 'sg , , T - Y r V, vfagigj - wh , , U f X -'f ' W' -i. In ,vjff f K, .i ' ' W -' ' l,rr srlr , , W: .- L' f,a.:" ff ,, gl ,. Mgt., ',' Q I 'T H ' ','1f"s'1'di?'fV rl,l T ' t..k rw...-f V K "' X" W.3.,QHtv'5 ses Onesftiwe second Tappet, of his , 6 - - ..tt. ,. - no sfbutterfly. t s T be in J is as as 1 ttri t s ,Q f sicg lf K , n...,,,wN ' 1' ge Stevcimryubff of the 1 meter a'gw-NR' A ,:. . ..-: f- "MQ A We -we " ' MJ Q K . rfrs : : K . 1 .- 'i yn - an ,A K .,i. . A 3.55 N, a . ,q, ,., "" -" Q e ' e 4 ' Q " . X.,.N.. b . ef ' Theteam lmed up on the blocks during practice. board. I rrr . Qff1 Q.,,. b 4 2. b r , ,,,r M ,,,,, ' FW , -outa M" starts are a few t93m. ,,z. ,,,' W ., ., fThe backstroke is performed here by a member of our swim team. 1. - -kk.. ..,.,,,. .. 'L he K ,r Sym . . as '18 .. K K, WN L K x. M M Gasping for breath during the t Q4 .Q M? wr 3 ALI AL LINKSTER ACCOMPLI H A ERAGE SEASON ,J a I . M k . 5 .VJ N. Su bl ,fa 'ff ', .. - ,,, ,331 . 1 r ,Z"', .J4 .1 . . . , 5 f ' H --at o ,. W , I . ay '. Jf jfig-'l,'4'3t-ff we--5?5.:"1 .wwf 'T' J a +2 Q 1 - .f af, W ,- f A- 5431.4 rift "'.t.1 1-,',,pg!' ff rf-'f'g fygj' -W2 . 4, , I JU " 651 if is 9 s r 5 1 1 wht? a l auf 'M . sfiu 1 .,..,,.s'frg ., a,iJ33f,:pi5L,,.'g,gH H 4 ,nl " !jr1? .AW , This year the golf team had only five members. Kenny Wynn and Roger Pura were lead golfers for the season. The other team members were Blaise Juneau, Bill Parrish, and Bob Patton. 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'ff l-QW' fi w M Q l 4 - ' I 'ifhih ff ' q' 53 4 v 'I' , I if kia 1 0 I 4 ' 1 'Qi' '15 , ni w ff 'Wm 1 WM Aff I 34 gy, 0 . ,ga bw kv 4 P 9 In 3 n 1 4, jw lb HW.: ni ' ZW www 'NY ar ff Zu L ga, I if 4-v fi if iw 4' 4+ ,,,, I 237 INEXPERIENCE STIFLE ALISAL ETTERS FRONT ROW: Don Siababa, Lewis Brewer, lrenio Cali, Fernando Flores. ROW 2: James IVloree, Steve Siligo, George Barden, Coach John Deaver. 5 1 Leading AIisal's varsity squad was hard-hitting George Barden while ',e A the junior varsity -was sparked by lVlax Zabala. Coach Deaver ' f - complimented the many hours of hard. work and ever increasing experience of both teams. This year's varsity and junior varsity tennis teams were on the ball. .. Q, K In 1. Q 5 at xxx is is! 5 S is s sss.ss ' i l George Barden warms up for bug game 'W , . BB K . F , , 3 . 3 . V Q , 3 ' 27 W K 2 ' Q-if YQ 4 2 1 W Q., , . 1 , f, f ' 2 f , .wh 1 , ' . vw' ff ,,, ,,. .. , ,,, 0 ' ' A ..-AEM, 2 Q , fi 4 ,ww f f 1221 , 1w::W ff Alf f ,,wg'5fcM1L H- ,.m,, Y' 4 1 i M ,w41mw,1ftf,fzff,fmw, 'L fwre 1 WMV, 8, M. wg , .,,.W, AD A 1"rV+4-W W H f ' Q AW My 2 M av :K ww f wwf: 9 av HJ f, 'swf M" in how xt s done K: xy r? ,f , , I . ..,, ,,,' ,T ., V ,M -2 5 "-,,,,, ,., M, W ffwxw 5 ,,, .., E '- ' fvv- gn,-214 f L U : I ' . , j4i1:V,,V.z -. 4 ,LH ,,-,R , I 0 ,,3,5'7 " 'W ::. p- 7 '-fav: , 57 1 ' -' QL ,I A vi?" " K f f N- QQ Wfswim febifffgiff 'Q 40 GIRL TRACK PEEDSTERS HA E FI E SEASO rm .... ....,...,, X....x....,x. -n-a-pq-...e iNF 5 LEFT TO RIGHT: K. Norred, E. Romig, M. Stockton, C. Bradley, L. Ramirez, D. Bradley, D, Knowlton, M. Gerbic, B. Smith, D. Trimble, and E. Rykowski. Here they come! Candy Bradley leads the race. .. I - . ,, A Kathy Conley in the lead. Kathy Conley on her last lap of the 880. MSI . ll .... .,,. . . . W- - '., h X 1-'mf qi ax., - -we .e . . ' t. X X ' ' A ww f- ,,.,t 3V xw5ww,Q5XmQe Tr1i'.sy:wf1Qtmt:xxwsms t- l T ,.k. ' 5 fiffiflf i M t g .t K. , K --.' X. . .- . -Sag 7 . ' K EETISTSSQFST "E,-uf - f ,-ff - .. nt, .e t L.. .. . , -9-E M . K . , -, e - . 21 ., , . , ' 2 - .T , k.. L -2 sv-x.5,..,xsg,.X .. --A wmtvei- .. ,W ,, M W ..-V l Y 4 H M A - .-W... -.-,,,,...---4"""' I y ,,- V3 , k A M . A ' ' ARI-w94,,qzyMH,.MK E AL.. ,V ,t 4 I H The Alisal Girls' Track Speedsters had a fine season this year. They hosted Hollister and North High, while also competing against Hartnell, Seaside, Gilroy, and Soquel on their tracks. ln May, the girls ran in the A.A.U. Invitational in Northern California. The captain of the team was Jackie Simon, and Eleanor Rykowski was co-captain. Coach for the team was Mrs. Connie Barton. ,S 2 Here comes the coach. Everybody stretch. Kathy Conley surveys the track. Reach for the sky! They're off! MQ , WW.- ,M viii' 5551- 5 42 TROJA ETTE HOOP TER FINISH EVEN SEASON Eli.: A Kathy Souza and Dottie Trimble go up for a jumpball. Outstanding players Pat Crain and Martha Rush with Coach Mrs. Donna Honnors lcenterl. 3 ine HIISUI Unis Dasketoall tea...s chalked up wins against Salinas High while dropping their games to North Salinas. The Salinas game was sparked by the line performance of A Team members.They included senior Pat Crain, juniors Delia Nerez, Kathy Souza, Donna Stockton, and sophomores Martha Rush and Dot Trimble. The B Team had an equally fine season with key performances provided by senior team members JoAnn Boles, Linda Briggs, and Noriko Bunden. Underclassmen Carmen Crain, Amelia lsla, Glenda Woodrow and Marlene Jefferson also contributed much to the team. This year the teams had a new coach, Mrs. Honnors. The teams' excellent coordination and performance are proof of her fine coaching ability. Martha Rush goes up for the rebound. A. Statzer, P. Crain, D. Stockton. BACK ROW: B. Smith, L. lCap3 Fiamifel, K- Souza, M. Rush, D. Trimble. Adena Statzer and Dottie Trimble volley for the ball. Statzer waits for the ball. Dottie Trimble guards Kathy Souza as Adena Foulon the ODDOSWWQ team- Where's the guard? WS mine! Row 1: C. Sigala, L. Damasco, N. Bunden, A. Isla, E. Romig. Row 2: G. Woodrow, K. Andrus, J. Boles, L. Briggs, C, Crain, M. Jefferson. 24 244 PRE IDE TIAL FITNESS AWARDS This year the "Miss Fitness" award went to Pat Crain. Pat ranked high in all events and held the 1969-1970 school record for the softball throw. Runners-up in the Miss Fitness contest were Jackie Simon and Sherry Overby. The competition for the Miss Fitness award enabled over fifty Trojanettes to receive the Presidential Fitness Award. Many school records were broken by the girls. Jackie Plouchart broke the 50 yard dash record with a time of 206.2 seconds. Sharing a new school record in the 600 yard run with a time of 1240.0 were Eleanore Rykowski and Sherry Overby. Jackie Simon's 77 push-ups made her the new record holder of that event. Emily Romig broke her own long jump record of last year with a new jump of 7'7". These girls received excellent coaching form Mr. Florence Camany and their respective P.E. teachers. Runners-up in the Miss Fitness contest. Honorable mention: Marsha Lee, Rosemary Lim, Kathy Conley, Elvia Flores, and Eleanore Rykowski. This year's freshmen win awards. In E nm FRONT ROW: A. Statzer, S. Goodnight, B. Page, E. Rykowski, P. Copus. L. Damasco, A. Benway, J. Sarmiento, J. Scarpa, T. Wolfe, S. Thompson, P. Crain. ROW 2: A. Salazar, C. Plouchart, M. Jefferson, J. Plouchart, M. Aldare, M. Lee, F. Moreno, K. Messerole, E. Flores, E. Romig. ROW 3: P. McVay, D. Price, C. Sigala, A. Cosio, B. Smith, M. Brown, J. Roberts, S. Overby, L. Derringer, D. Lolla. ROW 4: C. Ward, B. Husted, L. Ramirez, K. Conley, D. Trimble, J. Simon, M. Brown, K. Little. ,.,, vb iijglefe i Miss Fitness 1970 Pat Crain. J 21? ae gngx Jackie Simon broke the pushup record with 77 pushups. Eleanore Rykowski and Sheri Overby broke the 600 yard run with the time of 1:40. 'ry' ' ff' ' ' ., 7 " hi ' '- J , , Wi t1f':'f3fm'155. 'ivrffffift -AM-H52-:wa 5 fmQ'.fHf',i',: J'-wi-r1'f'4JRir' ,gz4'M"2r1,. -ffl ' ' 'Um 'f' 1' i'.'?:a fH f-'A-22' ' 42' ff' " "' JZ ' 33516411-52,5 ft' ,Q 'z :L iggfiigikxggi it Ykawgzff . V - ,hit x Y Q ll!! f Qlziai gui, 5-, T-N' ,'g'Sf3i --V,wV'1'f..w'i V " 1135-:T'm5 -302 M1'A"9-,g7'fg'?5?' u 'fa.if5 , -- ,fg95,,g?25,"3' 24,314 54:3 ru, HQ, Q Q1 1,f?sl:13:g .-., 2, 4fi5N8Lbx,. Q- A I I VV , ,gn T vii 7'iv,,4,?:'x, ' ', 7. . 1 vlgffigeffwg' 4.1-'ifgiht v , tm. lyfxg ' , ' A 2' . - I if 7 ,SJ t L H-.1-fn M a 'Q is by lg gg +V? in rr' . V',V,V ' VV Q- cv .tfgl k ' .IA H 1 V Q A ,,, , fi I 7 . , I ,. ' ':" - -- T W it 7 iiii it , KL ,f ' Jackie Plouchart broke the 50 yard dash time with a clocking of :06.2. Emily Romig broke her own long jump score with a leap of 91 inches. 24 46 REESE HARBOR, LOIS CRA E KING A D QUEE OF HEART Louis Crane and Reese Harbor were named Queen and King of Hearts at the Valentine's Dance this year. The Valentine's Dance was one of the best dances of the year. The Valentine's Dance was sponsored by F.F.A. The proceeds from the dance were given to A Cappella and the band. The remainder of the money went for the prizes and F.F.A. FORTYSEVENTH OFF BROADWAY provided the music for the night. TOP LEFT: Grooving' to the sounds of FORTY-SEVENTH OFF BROADWAY. TOP MIDDLE LEFT: Blaise Juneau seems to enjoy the dance. BOTTOM MIDDLE LEFT: Couples dance to an enjoyable sound. BOTTOM LE FT: The steps to the dance fall in place. 1u- .uf PRUM COMMITTEE Al Gutierrez - President Kathy Souza - trellis Bev Douglas A trellis Kathy Conley - tables Jeff Hanks - gazebo Karen Andrus food Delia Nerez - band Steve Seitz A bids Pat Copus - walls Carmon Samples - tables Gary Edgerton - architect Pictured are the chairman for the 1970 Junior- Senior prom. ln addition to these were numerous Juniors and one Senior Gary Edgerton, to whom the Junior class of 1970 would like to express their personal thanks. I I fi was-P' K 554.4 mu , ir 'ii 5. -1 dll ,Ili A A dreams were shattered. 1. J, wof' E an l Z Z fi 7 5 lf! f 'XZ James Armstrong displaying championship form. BOWLING TEAM ROLLS UP CHAMPICNSHIPS The Bowling Team this year defeated many of its rivals. All challenging teams fought hard to gain possession ofthe trophy. The Bowling Team was also set up to compete among its own members. High game this year was by Jim Talbot with a 247 game. Ken Alberry had the high series with 640. For girls, Sandy Catham had high game with 219 and high series with 556. Sandy Cotham as she prepares to release the ball. Pat Stevens with a good release. Far Left: lVlax Bagget starting his follow-through. Immediate Left: Marvin Jeff- erson on his down swing arch. l 249 ' lllsnq aut graph following lVlr. Gillette entertains the assembly with popu another number. STEVE GILLETTE VISITS ALISAL Alisal High School was honored this year by the performance of the talented Steve Gillette. The folk singer sang songs of his own creation and other popular songs. lVlr. Gillette also lightened his performance with a little comedy. It was indeed a pleasure and privilege to have Steve Gillette at our school. .. u, O' wif' ' 5 X, W? R If ? 5325931 K F . ,. , i m .. I g X412 xx X 7 Xxs ' J by a .Q-'J 5 S 5 XX Q' 6 4 , as ask r. N ,.. J 3 5 W. df' A N . Coach F half tlme warm-up. inus the X gr .. 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X1 ' If -AiX'EXGg1,:-S-211 X :- XXXX--71 :XTX X35 -,iX,1fi:f'3::': 'f1:?7i'X,XX1 5 "g' --1 X: K - X , XX, FX ees XXXMXX X X X X 4 DVERTISEME T ALISAL FLORIST .... . . 424-1567 KANE and ZECH . . . 424-2511 ANDERSON FURNITURE . . . . . 449-1727 THE LADY SHOP ..... 424-3858 ANTHONY PETTI FURNITURE 424-5593 LARRY'S BARBER SHOP . . 449-0722 AUGIE'S GLASS SHOP ..... . . 422-6713 LUCK'S PHOTOGRAPHY. . . 422-9414 BERRY'S FLOWERS ..... 424-4881 MAX'S BARBER SHOP . . . 424-9243 BOB FORGNONE CHEVRON . . . . 422-8612 McDONALDS ...... 422-6685 BRACK'S RESTAURANT. . . 424-1485 MODERN MOTORS ........... 424-0001 BUD PARKER'S MEN'S WEAR. . . . 422-2448 MONTEREY COUNTY LINOLEUM 424-2916 CAMANY'S MARKET, , . 422-3669 PALO ALTO SAVINGS. . . 424-1821 CARLYLE'SJEWELERS . . 424-1246 PORTER and IRVINE'S . . 424-6434 CLAIR YOUNG, A.I.D .... 422-2523 ROSOFF'S FURNITURE . . . 424-4851 COOK'S PHOTOGRAPHY. . . 424-5486 RAY HOLMAN'S TEXACO. . . 424-2507 CURT'S BEACON . . . SALINAS HONDA ....... 424-1157 DICK BRUHN'S . . . 424-0746 SALINAS WESTERN STORE. . . 422-2558 FOSTER'S FREEZE. . . 422-4661 SHERWOOD SPORT SHOP . . . 422-1453 FULLER PAINTS ........ . . 422-9039 SMUCKER'S ........... 424-2761 GADSBY'S MUSIC COMPANY . . . . 424-6421 STAN LISK SPORTING GOODS .... 424-4451 GIN'S SUPERMARKET .... 422-0841 UNITED FRUIT PRODUCE. . . 758-3811 GREEN'S PHOTOGRAPHY. . . . . 422-5247 VALLEY ARCHERY ...... 422-2967 HARP'S REXALL DRUGS . . 422-7861 VALLEY BOOK and ART SHOP .... 422-9291 HUNTER'S FURNITURE . . 424-9646 VALLEY NATIONAL BANK . . . 424-1771 J.C. PENNEY'S ..... 424-5748 WALLACE MEN'S WEAR. . . 424-4540 JEANETTE LINGERIE , , 422.6731 JOSTEN'S ....... u 1, LARRY,S BARBER SHOP L 15 East Laurel Drive Salinas N' II :VI I -- II 449-0727 8:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. . -II' 5 BOB FORGNONE CHEVRON I . il 177 Williams Road I 9 I IE R fl II I ATLAS TIRES, TUBES BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES L A O BLUE CHIP STAMPS 42249612 RAY HOLMAN'S TEXACO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION U-HAUL TRUCK and TRAILER RENTALS Pick-up and delivery HOME OFFICE - PALO ALTO R H I P .et 425 Main Street, Salinas ay 0 man roprl or 422-2265 Saunas 431 Abbott ' ' someone You can depend on' - DRUGS HARP' PRESCRIPTIONS - FREE DELIVERY THE STORE THAT HAS EVERYTHING STAN LISK SPORTING GOODS 931 South Main VALLEY S A RCHE R Y AND TROPHY S I' YOUR ONE-STOP SELF-SERVICE a 'nas DRUG STORE 424-4451 Ribbons - Plaques SICKROOIVI SUPPLIES BABY NEEDS Madam E Pins GIFTS STATIONERY Stan Lisk 422-2967 880 East AIIsaI 422-7861 owner 1021 South Main T"-H COMPI-IMENTS CONGRATULATIONS F OF C FROM OST E R7 S FREEZE M A NY, S MARKET 4224661 A MARKET FOR EVERY 309 Williams Road NEED Salinas, 1515 2nd Ave. California 422-3669 I 1215Soum mam 85 424-2916 Salinas . AUGIE'S GLASS SHOP Congratu Zatzfms AUTO TRUCK PLATE MIRRORS WINDOWS Z0 the Clasg Of '70 ANGUSTAIVIARAI. 231 John Street 422-6713 or 422-6742 BREAKFAST - I.UNcI-I - DINNER Wlenlz 70 W BR ACK'S Since 1912 S8II-I Green Stamps 26 West Ama' 4241485 328 Main Street Salinas 424-4540 John and Julie Brackeen 2 Clair Young Interiors " 811 South Main Street Salinas, California 93901 "Your key to better service" 408 422-2523 930 South Main Street 424-5748 Salinas W sw t t RICHARD C. GREEN Photographic Supplies 8i Equipment 350 South Main Street 424-5247 Salinas MC DONALDS Look for the Golden Arches 840 East Alisal 422-6685 Salinas COMPLIMENTS OF ANDERSON FURNITURE in Salinas since 1937 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Trade-ins accepted on new furniture Credit Available 1286 North Main Street Salinas 449-1727 carly1e's jewelers "Quality Jewelers for over a quarter een tary" . s- Irk ::r1i?i:f:sr.2w5 it PORTER Sz IRVINE'S 307 Main Street 424-6434 STANLEY AND JAMES SEEDIVIAN W S D Nan-'Q H 0 4 362 Main sneer 424-1246 f E O Q f 4:-:LIP " Downtown Salinas , , " 6 X ' . .f' rnhf f X Y +5 ,sf SPORT K wi: 'V 1 SHOP VALLEY Boon 82 Am SIPIOD Q I A TYPE ALISAL 'L OIIZLSPORTS NORMAN R. WARD 343- EQUIPMENT 970 Park Row SAI-'NAS Sherwood Gardens DIS'II!IX:C'gg!E Telephone 422-9291 Salinas, California 93901 WESTERN Shopping Center D S G STORE ' WIRE ORDERS S ,Gear for Your J. Vcgle Warren ANYWHERE wner Horse and You" 1021 N h M ' S . 979 North Main S8iH Green Stamps Ort am treat 98' 'g'S1Q2SMa'n Phone 422-1453 77 Sanborn Salinas, California 422-2558 Salinas, California 424-1567 DICK BRUHN'S LUCK'S PHOTOGRAPHY 300 IVIain Street 424-0746 913 North IVIain Street 422-9414 GADSBY'S MUSIC CO. 342 IVIain Street 424-6421 DEBBIE MASTERS CONG RATLJLATIONS CLASS OF 70 from 151111 the recognition people FINE CLASS RINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS YEARBOOKS DIPLOMAS AWARDS Your Representative AL G RASS 2243 Grey Court San Jose, California J OSTEN'S 7 f ' ,rw 12 I ll- x. TWWWT I if letr- fm-SFE - f 9,4 iE'4 . R14 '42, JIM D601 1 Jn? 1 Z' I o 5 - .' W X '- x f , ling? X NW 1 91? X, I BERRY'S FLOWERS anthony petti Fine Furniture IVIASTERCHARGE SSIH GREEN STAMPS Salinas RUSS and IVIARGIE COIVIER California Your Personal Florist Since 1948 1121 North Wire Service Worldwide Main Street Quality and Expert Designing 422 Salinas Street 424-4881 424-5593 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS Jeanette Lingerie Shop Eula Dahmer, Owner Expert fitting assured 904 Park Row Salinas 422-6731 THE LADY SHOP 'WWA what 23? GIN'S SUPERMARKET 950 Sanborn Road Salinas 422-0841 ,UW Telephone- ! I I l 2' Hmm l l l 5 l ' 165532 424-2511 I I 325 Main sneer TELEVISION 81 APPLIANCES . . . Salinas, California RosoFFs HOME U RNI S HIN G "A Large S Selection of Quality Furniture to fit every congratulations to the graduating class of 1970 from Max's Barber Shop 44 williams road "where your hair style and good looks Budget." are as important to us as they are 656 East Alisal to you." Salinas 424-2507 salinas, california 424-9243 HON DA-TRIUMPH Buy Rent Sell Trade-ins Service Accessories Parts 125 Monterey Street 424-1157 SALINAS HONDA 4 W ",-v,'A , : :-- :zl I A "f lee-A . A 11-1, Q 1 I I Q 1 6 V fr' 5 Q M cw W ,- "' v u " K' '7 M. Y, . Qi X 1 8 If Ar V -A H n . hs W f , ,. - ' K ' ' Ag, fi N Q ,X 4' .I ',..,-5, . Q 7,5 ,, !l '11 , KX . 1' X x fl M , X My 117 North Main Street 4240017 1 ""' A ' ... N L- ' .. . N L, VALLEY NATIONAL BANK Jlfrzfzfe L 1 Ju .mba L.: .fbfd .az 430 South Main Street 440 East Alisal Street I . . Salinas, California Salinas, California Boyd Merril - Owner ' 44081 4244771 424-9646 nes. 422-6936 Shefwood Gafdens FULLER COLOR CENTER ' Salinas, California N, u fur 965 North Main Street WALLPAPER MIRRORS CUSTOM FRAMING , l. J Mews WEAR 422-2448 ' '- W- pl HBud" parker 422-9039 825 East Alisal Street Owner ALEX IVIOAG Color Consultant congratulations to the class of 1970 united fruit produce, incorporated .:.M. SM1'CKER'S Salinas, california BOX 1447 Salinas IN MEMORY - RICHARD PHILIP NELSGN OCTOBER 9,1951 -OCTOBER 3,1969 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS "Bigger and Better in '70." That was the idea of the creation of this year's publication of the Alisal High School Trojan '70. Showing more quality with a bigger book is what the staff of the yearbook attempted to perform. This year, the size of the book was increased considerably over las year's size. lVlost of the high school annual publications are standard 82" X 11", IVlost major colleges have discovered that the bigger size, 9" X 12", is much more effective in publications, and we in turn have deviated toward the use of this bigger and better size. As for the "better" aspect of this year's publication, there are a few new ideas which have been incorporated into this year's production. IVlore special effects can be seen throughout the book along with different concepts such as more spot color, high contrast photographs, and an overall better planned construction. Something new this year are the faculty candid shots. Instead of the normal formal shots, we attempted to capture each member of the faculty, administration, and staff in their actual poses. This idea is one which should help in identifying teachers much more readily. A differently arranged Organizations section is something we think is better this year. Using candid shots and copy blocks to help explain what club is and does is an idea which, although involving a tremendous amount of work on the part of the Organization editor, is a truly effective and helpful idea. Also, candids throughout the class sections tend to lend a bit of reflection on the past year. A different advertisement section was employed this year which seems to create a personality of its own throughout this section. To top the entire layout off, different dividers were used this year. Instead of the conventional division, the natural separations of Fall, Winter, and Spring were used. The person who seemed to initiate these ideas quite clearly and readily was a newcomer to the Yearbook publication scene. Graduating from Cal Poly in 1968, IVlr. John Angelo initiated the idea of creating a different type of book instead of the traditional and conventional publication. Avidly supported and developed by the Yearbook staff, many varied and different ideas were mulled over before they were actually put into effect. Any place where a fresh approach could possible be used, it was used. And the staff to experiment with these new ideas couldn't have been better. Being virtually untrained, they were fresh, eager, and able to learn the basic fundamentals while injecting and maintaining fresh ideas throughout the year. There are many thanks to be delivered to many people, and everybody who was remotely identified with this year's publication. I really wish to thank you. This year, due to a shortage of experienced manpower, several of the experienced members of the class were serving editorships in more than one capacity. Special thanks go to them and their assistants for creating a book that represents Alisal High School. lVly special thanks go to Richard Kelly, Georgeanne Wence, Jeff Taylor, Rose Fosheee, lVlax Zabala, Kathy Quigley, and Buss Kramer. I would also like to thank the entire Yearbook class for their individual efforts. , Special occasion photography was done by Hurl Swartz Studios. A debt of gratitude is owed to this establishment. Bogue's gallery pictures were delivered by Staedler Studios, who did an excellent job in their capacity. Senior portraits, individually taken, were excellent this year as they have been in the past. A special thanks to IVlr. Kearney for his cooperation in producing this book. And a very special salute to IVIr. John Angelo, who did a tremendous job in guiding this book to the goals it has attained. Sincerely Mae . Ed Begun Editor-in-chief 263 , A 1 x I 'v x, X L N X M fx' K X X Q XX N M KU LS J' SIDA + X 1, L xx' X - Ag' .I . ILA A - D A J NU W AU ,L fy E J U ,J WV N Mx 1 +1 A ,J , f ML 'F Y N NN Q ' If I ,. - if X K1 1 264 iv 5529355 ggi? ww fi? Q Q W PWM W KU figgif fjwb U WND fy W H35 QKWB jg Rigid QM GD 5QW,ftQfefvfjy57QgbpVjfi5 A my jx Cf iffffiiyi U Q iii? wif if wif if VJWQQM flfvmmfw Wy QM-yhyfdlww' M Qdlw-agw ww 5, MQ 570 fy I QJfQ ' 05 CMK Aged LW? yggiiwg c,f , M lvl? f7QZ 5QJ 1 'MMWWQQXK , , Www ff M W-. MQW if f N V' X W 1 J v',i?y?j,Sf3yf,? ,Q ,ff ,fffkfifwf iwfif 'gif' P' Je' 555


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