Alisal High School - Trojan Yearbook (Salinas, CA)

 - Class of 1975

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Heading the list was the Christmas Ball. followed by football concessions, Halloween events. senior class playnight. and graduation activities. Aiding George in the organization were Vice-President Doug Gray, Secretary Rita Bernal. Treasurer Diana Wilkinson and the advisors, Mr. and Mrs. Mortenson and Mr, Espinoza. As the year ends and each graduating senior embarks on his own journey, surely none will forget his stay. and most will treasure the memories of their final year as seniors at Alisal High School. Rita Berrpl- Secretary 1? George Robles Diana Wilkinson- Treasurer K! BERNADETTE AGPAOA ... Bernie ... pastime, standing on tables shouting obseneties to strangers, mugging innocent victims and backpacking people, Boys! remembers waving goodbye to the gang, Easter and Memorial vacations '74, Monterey Boy chasing 1. 2, 3,4 ,... plans to major in special Education lmy first patient, Rosannel plans to attend either Humboldt, Berkley or Chico or maybe write a book entitled "Are you Normal?" ROSE AGUILLON Rosie pastime, being with friends, Soccer Club people, Maria, Gloria, Josie and J.M. ... remembers Cinco de Mayo, cosmotoiogy plans to attend Hartnell. RUBEN AGUILAR CHRISTINA ALVEFIEZ ,,. Jiggles pastime, being in the country people, My Babe, Buela Diaz, Linda Torres remembers Jamboree 1974, being in a firebird in the counry plans to help people Here I am with my friends not alone: not at home. I like to party, like to have fun, but mostly I'd rather be with someone. EILEEN AGEE .,. Blondie. Waterdog pastime, swimming, parties. going uptown, Seco people, Janice, Steve, Robert, Linda, Gwen, Clair remembers summer of '73, going to Hawaii Girls' Swimming .. , plans to go to Hartnell then a 4 year college, eventually get married Sometimes only memories seem real. JAVIER ALVEREZ RAFAELAGUILLON MIKE ALVEREZ PATRICIA AMARO .., Pat ... pastime, writing, listening to good music. talking and being happy people, happy, humorous people .,. remembers, Will, "I forgot my coat", Carmel, summer of '74, hot summer nights, field crew '73-'74, my entire Junior year ... Tribune Staff member. Journalism 'l,2.3,4. Ouill and Scroll 3,4, Assistant Editor 4, Homeroom Representative 1.2, Junior Class Treasurer, ASB Commissioner of Publicity 4, Switchboard Operator 4 plans to further education, be a feature novelist writer, travel, eventually get married and be an understanding mother. EDWARD ANDERSON PAUL ANDERSON VICTOR ANDRADA Seniors ew 3 E CRAIG ANDRUS Cowboy pastime. basketball, roping end riding horses, hunting people, good looking girls remembers, King City Fair 72-73 F.F.A. 1,2.3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2 plans to go to college and work. ROBERT ANTHONY ANTHONY APODACA MAFICELA ARDE . .. Celly. Sally payirfle. Jamborees. lilies Club. Playnights . , , people, Des. Tina, Diana, Marsha. Linda. Juanita fsmernbers, being on the honor roll . . . llios Club 13.4, Choir 2.3, Girls Glee 1,2.3,4, plans to go to I-lertnell for ai least 1 year. therl transfer to another school and study nursing I am in God's presence night and dey and he never turns his face away. JUANITA ARIOS .,, pastime. going to the movies people, L.A. and J.V. ... remembers the Jamborees, and 6th period lunch with N.N. and J.N. . . , French Club, Track Interest . . . plans to go to college and major in English and travel. LINDA AYRES ... pastime, having Iun diriving around with Dee after school . . , people, Dee and "the gang" at lunch remembers going to the football games in freshman year German Club 1,2 . . . plans to go to college. ANTHONY ARROYO Tony plans to go to collage. PATRICK BAILEY Pat ... pastime, collecting antiques, insulting, and general bothering ... people, JANICE, BETTY. PHIL, PATTY, Grace, Kristi, Maria and the lunch gang remembers, parties. dragging Main. summer of '74, journalism gang insulting 1.2,3,4, talking all 12 years of school plans to be a professional annayist, and be Super RICH!! DENISE AYALA NORMA AYALA pastime, going out on weekends with my husband ,.. people. my husband Vidal and my son Daniel ... remembers, Vidal in freshman year .., housework, taking care of my baby . . , plans to work and have another baby. FRANK BALLESTEFIOS GRACE BANDONG pastime, cheerleading, going to games. writing thinking, talking to friends remembers, winning Jamboree '74 and receiving the trophy. C.C.S. '72 and '74, get aquanted dances. sophomore playnight. F.F,A. Queen of Hearts, T,P.' ing football players houses before the Jamboree .. . Varsity Cheerleading 3.4, head 4, Drill Team 2. French Club 1,2,3,4. President 3,4, N.H.S., C.S.F. 1,2.3.4, Journalism 3,4. Feature Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Track Interest 2.3. Alisal Girls' State Representative .. . plans to go to a university. work with children either preschool or teach, enioy life, MICHAEL BARCIK JAMES BAUGHMAN ... Bunkey pastime. Roberta, other girls. motorcycles, eating .. . people, Dale, Bobby. Deedie, Debra. Roberta. Jeff, Wayne .. . remembers activities, girls, the time we T.P.'ed houses ... Tennis 3,4, Bowling Club, Football 3 plans to go to college, make money so I can have girls and motorcycles. LUPE BECCERA MARGARITO BECCERA Seniors DEBRA BEASLEY ... Debbie, Dub pastime. reading, watching T.V. . . . people, "the gang" nuttiest bunch around memories for a future day horseback riding. everything except swimming, football and basetball . , . plans to get a job, regular pioneer. HOSE BEASLEY ERICK WAYNE BEGUN ... Crazy Thing ... pastime. going to Denny's people, Leonora, Mr. Favero, David Williams, Mr, Puterbaugh, Mr. Kroeger, David Scott, Richard Cunningham... remembers, all night party and graduation, being with Leonora Tennis 1,2,3,4, Football 3 plans to go to a university and major in Law. BARBARA BELCHER ... Flash pastime, going out, sports people, friends remembers going out with my friends Volleyball 2, Softball 2,3,4 . . . plans to take life as it comes. JULIE BELLONE ., ,.Zoom-Zoom ,.. pastime. living life and enjoying it: being with Gilbert , ,. people, Gilbert. K.D., C,F., J,L., R.B.. K,L.. V.M. remembers. summer of '74, good and bad times with Gilbert. Cheryl's house, times spent with friends . . . plans to go to college and see more of life Biggest accomplishment: receiving my love letter from Joe Dew!! DEANNA BENEFIELD Dee pastime, being with friends, watching the rain people. Tom. Betty, Bev, all the songleaders and cheerleaders ,.. remembers. TKL. getting mt car, making songleader. laughing and having a good timel BEING IN THE LSEPF Club 2.3.3, Song leader ... plans to go to college, meet new people have fun with life. KIMBER LEA BERRY Kimmie, Little bit pastime, cooking. cleaning and making Fred happy . . . people, Fred. Uncle Curtis, Shannon remembers. getting married while still in school. summer of '72 . . , Majorette 1.2. Gymnastics 3, Girl's Glee 1, Girls Choir 2, Accappella 3.4, plans to find a house and raise a family I love you. Fred! RITA BEFINAL Bromo. Fliter pastime. being around mellow people and partying , . . people, Cheryl. Sylvia. Liz, Karen remembers. Twirp dance, Bez Scaggs concert, Jamboree '74, summer school with Debbie, Sylvia and Bruno, all the nice people I met at parties. camp, the fun and sad times in Hollister with Sylvia and Liz. ERNEST BLEVINS TERRY BLIZZARD JULIE BOWERS STEVE BRIANO .,. remembers, football and baseball ,., plans to go to Hartnell. CHRIS BROWN . pastime, riding motorcycles, hunting people Karmal, Trixi, Diana, Cowgirls remembers Monterey Fair '73, Cow Palace, Jaspar ... Being in F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Band 1,3. Cross Country plans to continue animal science and farms. LIBBIE BROWN VELMA BUEN . . . pastime. dragging Main, singing, marching, listening to music, being freiendly. having fun . . . remembers music, activities lband and choirl every single friendship good times with friends, all 4 years at Alisal High games Band 4. Vocal Music classes l,2,3,4, GAA 2, Track Interest 1.2, plans to become independent, help people anyway I can. become a Christian, travel and make more friends, MAROU ETTE BU RGESS Seniors tt Q rs r I, 11uukzwn-, W nm, - INEZ BURNS Annie pastime going to the beach and to the country people, Mario. Ni. DJ, BE, PC ... plans to gotowork. CAROL CARD Dings Dong, Wolfman ., , pastime being with my friends, being with Gary. talking people, Kim, Gary, Cindy ISi Chowll ... remembers Jr. class English, October 27th, bowling alley with Kim. Prunedale with Gary, my car ... Yearbook 4 .,. plans to get a iob. college of the Redwoods, possibly get married Life is a mingled yarn-it must be accepted seriously, STAN CAROTHERS pastime relaxing, girls people, friends remembers new truck, last summer ,.. racing .., plans to join the Air Force. PAULA CARRIER ... pastime being with Kenny , . . people . . , Kernny and everyone else .,. remembers meeting Kenny. remembering all the good times I had within my four years plans to go to Hartnell, hope to be married and travel and love Kenny . . . without love, life has no purpose. DAVID CARFIILLO ... pastime. being with Mari people, MARI, Dixon. Uncle Al, Coolie boy, Rutsk. and all my friends remembers. The Prom. 2:30's. Spaghetti on my head. hiding in the tulies. cast parties. good bye-byes. those big things. Ralph's stream. Bad shot. the dumb things Dixon and I did, and the very good times with Mari Football 1.2. Wrestliing 2.3.4. Swimming 1.2, llios 2.3.4. Thespians 2.3.4. . . . plans to go to college and become a famous radio and teteivison personality. DENISE CAVAGNA ... DeeDee . .. pastime. being with Mike people, friends remembers. Jamboree, going out with friends plans to go to college. tour the world. JORGE CASAREZ VICTOR CASTILLO ... pastime. being with girls and friends . . . people. my girl friend . ,. plans to take life as it comes. LINDA CASTRO .,. pastime. bike riding. doing nothing. gossiplng. cutting classes people. Irene M.. Antonett S., Cathy H. remembers. the gang. Saturday nights. partying with friends .. . plans to get a full time iob ... my greatest achievement is graduating early. DAVID CEJA ALEXANDER CERALDE . .. Alex . , . remembers. basketball and running track . . . sports. Basketball and Track .. . plans to go to Hartnell. SYLVIA CHACON Syl pastime. meeting people and talking people. lara. Rita. Deb. people I can trust remembers. get acquainted dance. Canada Snow. N.Y.. Brazil iSantos. Riol. Summer School with Rita. Deb. Bruno and Winchells. Boz Scaggs. Swimming with lara lhow embarrassingl. my stupid freshman crush il wonder if l've gotten over it?J. all the times Maria and I were in trouble. Liz. Rita and those three old men, Chemistry with Karen and Annette .., A.F.S. 1.2.3.4-. Mayo 'I. C,S.F. 1, Fleur deco. Lis 1.2.3. Girls Glee 1. A Cappella 2.3. Vocal Ensemble Co. 3. Yearbook 2.3.4. Gymnastics 2.3. . . . plans to attend college and find out what l want out of life. VP S4 af" fm sr- ROBERT CHANDLER DANIEL CHARFAUROS pastime, before the games and after the games remembers, ladies. dances. trip'n-out with people, getting to know more sounds, rapping Track plans to meet more people, survive, catch up to life I hope everyone I've known stays hip to life and much success, RONALD CHISUM JOYCE COON Coonie pastime, Main Street. parties, races and being with friends ... people, Diana W., Patti P., Elaine. Chuck, Dennis P. rembmers meeting S.M, and Dennis P. and getting rid of my '65 Rambler ... plans to move to Arkansas. get a good job, live and be with my friends. Seniors DALE CORBIN ... pastime, freshman year. senior year Jamboree poeple, Julie remembers, being in my first rally. learning to drive and totaling out my car . . , Journalism 2, Swimming 2 plans to go to college and work. PAU L CORREA CLINTON COULTER Clint pastime, Ruth. work, car . . . people, Ruth, Terry, Doug, Jimmy ... remembers, being at and trying to find the Prom, Mr. Mullins Freshman Football, Tennis, Drama ... Go to Hartnell and get ajob. TERRY COUNTRYMAN Country pastime, having fun and working . . . people, P.H., R.M., J.A., D.M., and all the rest remembers, getting my '55 Thunderbird. and being with friends ... Football, Swimming ... plans to go to Hartnell. get married and be a carpenter. CHRISTINA COVER Chris pastime, being with those who do not judge me but accept me as I am . . . people, Beth, my sisters, Mike, Cliff, Kevin, Dave remembers '73, Science Camp, San Diego, '73 and '74 Grad Nites. J.LS.. Seco, Mark St. and Monteterey Party, Ed P.. Doug's parties, taking a swing at B.D,. General rabel rousing .. . Films '74-'75, parties '72, '73, '74, '75 . ,. plans to go to Oregon. Back East. then college . . . eventually , .. It was a nice place to visit but I wouldn't want to live here. MARIA CUELLAR ... Nener . . . pastime partying and rapping on the telephone people Syl. Deb. Gina, M.S., J.E., C.H.. R.J. .. , remembers being a freshmen and a Senior. Junior Miss contestant. Prom. Christmas Ball lllios 1,4, G.A.A. Gymnastics 2, FSA 3.4. Banner Girl 1,2. Mayo I ,.. plans go on to college and become a somebody .. Jobs W.E. STUDENT CLERK 3. Attendance office clerk 4. MARY COYDE CHARLES CRAIN Charlie, Chuck . , . pastime hunting, fishing, doing nothing people. Mary. Brenda, Susan Teresa remembers Prom '74, Summer of '74, Latin 3-4. Countryman's car Yearbook '73, C.S.F.. Jamboree, School .., plans to go to college. get smart, get rich and get married. JULIE CRAWFORD ,., pastime, dragging Main . . . people. everybody who drags Main . . . remembers. D.R., J.H, Prunedale South Road, going out on Saturday nights and getting in trouble . . . plans, getting a job and getting my own apartment and buying a car. PAULA CUSHMAN ELIZABETH DALTON Deedie, Dum Deedie pastime reading. swimming. going to McD. parties. dragging Main and bowling . . , people Coleen. Cathy. Janice, Dennis, Larry. and my other close friends remembers Summer of '74, McDonalds and the people. '74 Jamboree. Senior year. the parties. bowling at 2:00 A,M., Main street Nurse's Club 1.2. G,A.A. 1.2.3. Swim team 1.2.3. Drill Team 4 plans to continue working. become a Dental Assistant eventually live on my own and get married in the far future. DANA DAMES 'Wi CHEL DeDAMPlERRE .,. Chel . . . pastime having a party with my friends remembers Zabala road, my birthday. the new car Ag. Science 1-8. FFA 1-8 . . . plans to continue going out with my friends, DAVID DELAlFl SARA DELIZ pastime reading. traveling, being with people . . . people F,J.. D.W., P.W.. remembers playing basketball all the time. gettting my present job . .. GAA, Swimming 1 . . . plans to travel and teach. MARK DEOME - Seniors SARAH DESALES pastime bike riding and playing Monopoly people, friends , . . palns to get a job and also continue to go to school. JOE DEW BEULAH DlAZ R 0 G E R D I AZ , . . Wrestling plans to be myself throughout life. CRAIG DOERNER ... Stud pastime, going out at night people, Red. Roger Football, Basketball, Wrestling 1,2,3,4 ... plans to get a iob, go to college. wrestle Always getting in trouble. SUZANNE DOMINGO Lucky, Shadow, Susie. Sunday . .. pastime, going to parties and having a ball people. LR, KH, RP. EM, JE, and brothers and sister remembers 71- 72 Carmel Beach with MD. MA, SA. SA, and SD, going to Gonzales Hey! Braino. are you getting out or are you getting down! Hearing LR's motorcycle coming around the corner, Oct. IO. 1973 lThanks to Dad and Stepmother.l When my little sisterr was born plans to enter Hartnell for 2 years, then transfer to an all Indian School. Become a social worker. KAREN DORIS Koo- Koo . . . pastime. taking the things in life as they come .., people, my friends ... remembers Chicago 1974: Cheryl's house: Friday and Saturday Nights GAA 1,2,3,4, FSA 3,4 ,.. plans to go to college. MARY JANE DORIS AIAN DOUGLAS CORY DRENK ...pastime being with my chick people. those whose heads are in the right place remembers the Christmas Ball and afterwards plans to keep my job and go to Hartnell. RAMONA DURAN Mona ... pastime, going out people, Marty. Mora. Pinky Barba, Helen Mora , . . plans to find ajob and take life as it comes, PHILIP WILLIAM DYK ... Phil . ,. pastime driving out to Prunedale people. JH, MP, RP, SR .,, remembers Junior year. Nov. 25th. homecoming. Senior year . . . Basketball 1,2,3.4, Football 3, Cross Country 1, Student Government 2.4, conning teachers 1,2,3,4, FFA. Young Life . , . plans go to college, be a brain. ALICIA ECHON "Big Al". Alice pastime. listening to music, being with friends people. Jessie, Bernie, Edwina. Tina ,.. remembers Jessie's slumber party, track meets. painting boards, Geometry. Biology 3-4 Per. 7 GAA, Track Interest. German Club . . . plans to enter Nursing. ELIZABETH EDU Liz. Lizzy Borden pastime. football games, going to parties. stuffing celery and flining people. Charlie. Rita, Cheryl. Pat. Mr. Poulsen. Sandy. Good friends remembers. Leadership. Junior Year. Boz Scaggs Concert. Twirp Dance '74, Carmel Beach with Charlie, Sylvia and Rita and our first night in Hollister. Doobie Brothers Concert New Year's eve Girls' Glee. Choir, Acapella, Yearbook, Junior Class Secretary, GAA Officer, Homeroom Representative, Switch- board plans to move out of this town, go to college, get rich, travel, and maybe get married, CHRISTY EPPERSON ELAINE EWING ... pastime, listening to music .., people, Cory. Parn. Grace. Lori . .. remembers traveling across the U,S.. My Senior year at Alisal . . . plans to travel, go on to school . ,. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars. You have a right to be here. Seniors CHERYL FAVERO ... Babe and Italian Baby pastime, relaxing my mind and body people. RB, JB,JL, KD. KP. LG.VM ... remembers my first date: Christmas Ball '72, Bromo: Zoom-Zoom: Jack-in the Box: Prom '74, Renaissance Fair. Frank's visit: Pup in my Dad's chair ... GAA 1,2,3,4. JV Cheerleader: Junior Class Vice President: ASB Vice President plans to be somebody: travel . . . Good bye to the three P's: Poulsen, Paben and Palmer, ERNESTO FELIPE Flip pastime playing all sports, going camping. singing, dancing people. Marsha W., Debbie C.. Henry Gage.. David C., Michelle W., Susie and all my friends . . , remembers going to all he activities. Pizza. becoming Vocal Ensemble President A Capella 3.4. Vocal Ensemble 4, all class meetings ,., plans to become a psychologist, sing and love everyone . . . PEOPLE WHO LOVE, LOVE OTHER. People who hate. hate only themselves. Good- by Alisal High School. It was four good years. JOHN FERNANDEZ Wino pastime. parties, playing pool 'till 1:30 A,M. meeting people . . . people. Janie, Ednedina. Torn. Kevin. and George remembers San Francisco. playing Socco and meeting Janie Tennis. Bowling Club. Chess .. . plans to go to college, find a good job. ANNETTE FEFIREIRA Annie pastime Skiing, having fun . . . people, NH. SC, JF. DM .. . remembers Friday Nights GAA Tennis .. . plans to go to college to be a R,N. -gf DAVID FLOFIES OSCAR FLORES REBECCA FOREST Becky . . . pastime, leaving campus people, Mark. Carol, Annie, Lisa remembers, Senior Ditch Day all 4 years, getting thrown in the trash can, concerts in S.F., Lazz's barn parties, the prom, Senior playnight when I was a Junior plans to continue school. CYNTHIA FORGNONE . . cindy TIM FRANKLIN LORI GANNONE ... Motor Mouth pastime, talking with friends, JR, Cheerleading people. Sandy, Cheryl, Kim, John, Mike Keith, Joe, Sam, and Booty remembers. Jamboree '74-'75, Waterpolo at Hartnell, Prom with E.C., Sports banquet with K.S., Cabrillo College , . . French Club 2. A.F.S. 1,2,3, Music 1.2.3. Cheerleading 3.4, Gymnastics 2 . . . plans to know life, become a teacher, and be with my W.P,P. JESSE GARCIA TAMMY GARNEFI ... Leroy . . . pastime, reading books, making friends people, Pete, Julie,Jimmy, D.G., FLG., L,L. remembers. mile run, passing Latin, Football games, meeting someone who really cares, working in the hospital Tennis, Track, Nurse's Club. GAA. plans to become a Nurse in the Air force and travel around the world. tx.. J' DEBRA GEISSLER ... Gels. Gizzard pastime. going on Main. going to parties people. friends . . . remembers, going with Larry. meeting Steve, going to the Jamboree ... G.A.A. 1.2.3.4 . . . plans to go to work, get married. JAMES GILES ROSA MARIA GOMEZ ... Rosie. Rosemary, Rose. Rose Marie. Maria , . . Not enjoyment. and not sorrow. is our destined and or way: But to act, that each tomorrow find us farther than today.-Longfellow DOUG LAS GRAY Seniors CINDY HALTEFIMAN Red pastime, meeting people and talking people. my friends remembers. The Jamboree. meeting Lee and Randy . . . plans to go to college and study to become a Dental Hygentist. RENEE HARGIS Ray pastime. meeting T,S., GOING OUT. Races people. my friends remembers, going out with my friends . . . plans to get married. CURTIS HARVELL . .. Curt pastime. cruisin' Main in my 'Pinto Power' people, Mike Rick, Randy. Doug. Kim. Shane remembers. getting my car . .. Swimming 3.4, Diving 3.4. Band 2.3. Unisons 1. Bowling 1 . .. plans to go to Hartnell to become a Forest Ranger and move North. JANICE LOUISE HAYDON ... String. Baby Jane .. . pastime, talking. laughing, being with people people. Brenda. Melodee. Betty. Pat. Dave. Grace.PhiI. Danny ... remembers. summer in Turkey, rolling houses, "Blue Bomb". "Rexall Drugs". '74 Band trip to Long beech, Junior year. Band Reviews. G.R.. P.D.. White T-Birds ... Yearbook 2.3.4. Band 'l.2.3.4, Bowling 1.2.3.4. Student Government 2.3.4. A,F.S, 3.4. causing trouble in finance office 2 years , . . plans to attend college, expand my mind. Q . . ROBERTA ANN HEESS ... Robbie ... pastime. parties. being with friends laughing, driving my little Hot Rod, Being with Mike . . . people. Mike. my sister, Debbie. Laura. Sharon remembers, J.V. Cheerleading, Junior Class Princess. the convent. Jamboree, tyring to find Santa Claus with Debbie. summer of '74, Mike F,F.A. 1, J.V. Cheerleading 2. Future Secretaries 3. Homeroom Representative 2.3. ,. . plans to geta good job. make it on my own. eventually get married. BEAT!-'llZ HERNANDEZ . .. Flaca . . . people, Ramona. Pinky, Marty, Olga, Sandra. Terrie ... remembers being with Sixto and finishing school plans to find a job and take the future as it comes. RICK HORVATH pastime. working on my jeep. watching girls people. GIRLS, C.H., M.C.. MM., G.G. ... remembers the Prom ... Golf. Swimming, Working. Hunting, Main Street plans to go to Hartnell. study to be a contractor. DOYLELYN HOSKINS Hoss pastime, going out: sports people, friends remembers. Saturday nights with friends Basketball 2.3,4. Softball 1.2.3.4. . .. plans to work, tour Europe. become an architect. SINDY INGRAM Sin. Sidney pastime: wasting gas. sewing. bugging Dave, laughing. goofing off at switchboard people: RON, VJ, DB, Mr. C and friends remembres: summer of'74. RS, SL, SoFro outlet, T.E,. T'son's, Mr. C's Lover Boy. Saturday nights, Nov 19. My first experience. "WAIT A MlNUTE!", 1-10-75 how disappointing Health Careers 1.2.3. Yearbook 3.4. Kidnapping 4. Detective 1.2,3.4, infinitive. 4-H plans to become involved in Decorating or Designing or become an instant MILLIONAIRESS . . . Jobs. Switchboard 3.4. House of Fabrics 1 112 years . . . See ya later! SUSAN JAN INGRAM ... Susan . . . pastime, eating, watching T.V., swimming and polishing fingernails 4 - - People. everybody . . . remembers: summer of 1974, Jamboree '72, T.P., T.H., W.M.D. Swimming 1.2, plans to attend college and someday become a teacher. PATRICIA JOHNSON .., Charlies pastime. keeping busy people. Carol, remembers. going on Band trips Marching Band, Young Life . .. plans to go to Hartnell FAVORITE TEACHER. Mr, Casper. BRIAN KAROL ... pastime. see what's going on uptown . . . remembers. races. parties Baseball . .. plans to go to college or trade school. TINA LYNN KONG ,,. pastime sewing. swimming. cooking, Badminton, messing around with friends people, Diana, Alicia, Pat, Cynthia, Isabelle remembers Freshmen year, the games, Latin, and being with friends . , . GAA 2, Health Careers 2.3, Future Secretaries 3, Films' Club, Karate Club, AFS . .. plans to travel, go to college, live life as it comes, JULIE RENEE LAZZARINI ... Juli ... pastime. cutting hair, being with people, and friends, and boys people, Richard. Ronnie, Steve, Cheryl, Julie, Rita, Lori, Ann .., remembers, Cheryl, spending the night at Richards leaving Richard's house: going to eat with Rich, Panda Bear, taking care of Julie at football games, Tommy at Halfmoon Bay weekend: Jack ln the Box, Little Gray house: Stonely running, boys, cutting hair. Home room Representative 1,2,3,4, ROP .. . plans to be a hair dresser and being around people Peace. Love and Happiness. LORI LIGHTFOOT , .. foot, toad pastime, having fun, camping people, Sherry, Tamie. Terry, Paul Ed remembers, going out to pizza after the games Track 1.2, Band 2, Swimming 2, GAA 1 plans goto college. continue working. MICHELLE LINEBERRY ... Micki, Mickia ,,. pastime, reading, swimming, skiing. riding horses, but most of all sleeping people, MB, KM, VB, DW, JB ,.. rembembers, Midnight Beach Rendvezvous, Going to Kentucky, every day there wasn't school! FSA 1,2,3,4, Track Interest 1.2, Accapella 1,2,3,4, . ,, plans to work a year, then go to Bible College, then who knows what might happen? . . . Thank you to Mrs, Kirchner for being so understanding at all times. Seniors PAMELA LOCKARD Pam, NoName ... pastime, Ronnie Dale Henderson people, Ron, Debbie, Dora, Lynn, the gang from last year . . , remembers Flon in April 1973, loving him and getting out of school one year early C.B. Radio Club and being me plans to get married in June 1975, having e good life for Flon and me. JANICE KAYE LOOP Gred, Janney .. . pastime, dragging Main with Agee, Steve, and Ron . , . people, Eileen, Steve, Dennis, Robert and Linda ... remembers meeting Steve on Main street Riding horses and dragging Main and drinking at parties . .. plans, get married in August and go to Hartnell fortwo years. DENNIS MADULI ... pastime, going out in the backyard, listening to sounds, remembers football games, Seco. working for the first time . .. Football 3, Track 2.3.4 . . . plans, go to college and make some bucks. IRENE MALDONADO pastime, going out with friends people, Lonnie. Linda remembers, cutting class, Prom '74 . . . plans, undecided. VICTORIA MANESS ... Vicki, Vic pastime. being with Jim. walking in the country people, Jim. Barb, Elaine remembers. Prom. Jamboree, Parties . .. FSA two years plans to work in a business ofiice as asecretary. MARSHA ELAINE MAPLES . . . Happiness is an illusion which fades as times goes on. but to experience one minute, one hour is what makes life worth living. DIANA MARTINEZ Angie . . . pastime. goofing off. gossiping, acting modest ... people. Susan, Marsha Velma remembers being president of Health Careers Club. getting my car, getting a job at Bank of America. everything that happened in Biology 1-2 with Susan . .. GAA' Health careers Class representatives plans goto college to be a doctor. ROSEMARY MARTINEZ pastime going to the movies people, Grace Von Winning, Susan Serrano, Vivian Brown .. . remembers, San Francisco. Modeling Classes, Listening to my stereo . . . plans. to be a Model. JAMES MAZZUCA ... Jimmy, Bozzo pastime sleeping. sitting around. laughing . . . people. Steve. M is s A I b a n o . . . remembers, talking to Jane. having fun 6th period. lunch in Junior year. Severson's English class . . . Yearbook 2.3.4. ... plans goto college, continue working, eventually get married. JEFFERY ALAN McCALLOUGH Jeff pastime. riding my motorcycle . . . remembers the football games ... plans. become a draftsman orchief. J AN IV E R LY N N McCLELLAND ...Jan ... pastime. playing piano. reading. being with people people. JKM, DS, LB. Nl, KC, RC .. . remembers. Adv. Algebra with Clark. the Persians. church . . . plans. San Jose State No matter what I am doing, or where I am, or who I am with: only one thing is important: that I am myself. DOUGLAS McCOUN pastime racing, talking . . . people, Diane. Lynn. Dennis, Serjio. Larry, Dave remembers winning 2 mains Working, Racing plans to continue school. DENNIS MELVILLE Smelville B pastime. restoring my car people. Diana Moore, Terry Countryman, Henry remembers. Senior Ditch Day, Jamboree ... FFA plans, get a iob, get married and have a good time. STEVEN MENDOZA pastime, reading people, Jim, Joan remembers, Miss AIbano's English class plans. attend college. DEBRA MICHAELS ... Debbie pastime, just falcon around, being and seeing other people happy. going to parties . . . people. people who really care , . . remembers. mountain climbing. Mickey Mouse watch, Roberta. RA, B-6. Harmonica, Silan Club, and the Possie Ground parties. June 18th, losing my car , . . J.V. Cheerleading, FSA plans, college. work. make new friends. MARTHA MORA ... Marty ... pastime. meeting Joe Villarreal and going out . . . people, Mona Duran, Pinky Barba, Helen Mora plans, whatever happens. happens, Senmiors "Asc ' CHRISTINE MORALES ... Chris, Tina Tamale pastime. being with Gary ... people, Gary ... remembers, Twirp Dance '72, May 16th, Sophomore Class Princess, Jamborees. Flaggirls, crazy friends. Christmas Balls, Proms, our Flaggirl stripper routine. being nominated for Football homecoming Queen and having Gary as my escort. going to all the baseball games . .. Band 1- 2. Yearbook 2,3,4. Activities Editor 3.4 Flaggirl 2.3. Head Flaggirl 3, FAA 4 .,. plans MPC. LINDA MORRIS ,., Linda pastime, listening to music. sewing. working ... people, Eileen Shanda. OL. YK, TK, JM, IRSI remembers, graduating from high school, coming home, vacations. when my friend from L.A. came. summer of '74 with S.S. and J.B,, making honor roll. my job at M,M. ... plans. attend l-lartnell, maybe join the service. VICKIE NELSON Vic pastime. being with Bob. Main St., .Partying . . . people, Bob, Stinkie, HF. JH, MS,RFI,ST. EC remembers. Band, being a letter girl, my sister at David and Lisa, Harvey. Alaska FFA 1. GAA 2,3, French Club 4. Letter girl 3,4 ... plans continue school. later get married, BEVERLY ANN NUTTEFI ... Bev ... people, my friends . . . remembers my freshmen year at the Jamboree . , . French Club. Band plans go to college. JAMES OBARA Jim pastime, Snow skiing. fishing . .. remembers Mr. Hayes. Biology class, Freshmen year in Monterey, meeting Sandy at Dave's party, meeting Liz in Espinoza's class. meeting Pat in the activities office, meeting Beth in Geommetry Ski Club 3.4, German Club 2.3. Tennis 3,4 . . . plans, goto college, become a teacher. BRENDA OLDS ... Shoulder Blades. Baby, Baggy pastime. bowling, tennis, being with friends people, Mike. String. Mugs, Paulie, Granny, Charles remembers, Prom '74, Christmas Ball '74, my birthday, yearbook, staying up with string, eating peanut butter cookies Yearbook 2.3, Bowling l.2,3,4, GAA Softball 1 . , . plans goto a faraway college. make new friends and become a physical therapist. This is the end, Beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, this is the end of our elaborate plans. the end of everything that stands.THE END, ALICE ONGESII ... Al . ,. pastime, experiencing life as an individual ... people. friendly people remembers being with someone special, making lots of friends and just being me plans. to further my education into Airline operations or Police Science. JESSIE PABROS Jay pastime, Scott, Ork, being part of the games, sneaking out and getting caught remembers, Prom '73 and '74. Christmas Ball '74, Song Camp '73, '74, L.A., S.F., Yosemite, Seco, San Antonio, Summer of '73, the Monterey gang, the '74 gang. Jamboree '73 and '74 ... Songleader 3,4, Yearbook 2,3,4, Track Interest, Films Club. German Club, GAA ... plans, attend a four year college, majoring in General Education, learn how to ski, fly an airplane and scuba dive. BARBARA PALMER Bobbie . .. pastime. being with Chuck, doing what he wants to do, going to parties people, Chuck H., DW. NP, RH, MK remembers, "You Can't Take It With You", cast parties, rehearsals. freshmen year. 5th period lunch, Nov 4, 1973 Thespians . . . plans. marry Chuck. make him happy, getajob. CURTIS PEEBLES ... Curt pastime, being with girls. working on my car. partying people. partiers remembers being with a girl Basketball 1, Wresling, llios Club, Trying to get the dents out of my car, going hunting . . . plans, take life as it comes. CANDICE POWELL Candy . . . people, DB, WB. PP, JC, PS .. . remembers Gilroy. Summer of '74, my job at Crockers Track , . . plans. Secretary. KATHY MARIE POWELL Kitty, Tutti ... pastime, running, dancing people, Babe, Susie, Rosie, Vicky, Elaine remembers. placing in track meets, Renaissance Fair, Rally's Jamboree . .. GAA president. Track 1.2.3. Commissioner of Social Act. 3,4, Track Captain 1.2.3 plans, college, whatever happens. A special thanks to Mrs. Freeze and Mrs. Barton for being such great track coaches, Mr. P for being such a lovable person. and also Mrs. Camany for helping all GAA girls alot. l'II never forget these people. MICHAEL PURA ... pastime: listening to tunes remembers: camp. basketball. broken arms. the bull. shut-out club, Shaft. Elton John and Stevie Wonder concerts . . , C.S.F. 1.2.3.4, Yearbook 2.3.4. benchwarmer 1.2.3, plans to go to college and get rich. BETTY PUTERBAUGH ... Kid. Bettina . . . pastime: music. going to Santa Cruz . , , people, people in band remembers. Matt. Nevada City Band tour. rolling houses with the gang. "lt's True". Rainbow Installation. Song camp. night before Jamboree with Songleaders . Band 1.2.3.4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Stage Band 4. N.H.S. 1.2. Homeroom Representative 1.2. Songleading 3.4. C.S.F. 'l.2.3.4. J.C. Penney Fashion Board 4 .. . plans to major in fine arts. travel and have fun. ARTURO QUINTERO .,. El Flais . . , pastime: soccer people: Elaine Ewing. Raul Baez. Clara Simon remembres the many wonderful people I met while at Alisal High Soccer . . . plans to go to college, get and finish a good career and get married. ROSALINDA RANGEL ... Frog pastime: singing. Abe. just messing around. eh, partying .,, people. Susie Sunday. A.B., Cindy Lovelace, E.A.. M.D.. K.H.. E.M., D.P.. B,Fl.. K.E.. P.G.. S.R. remembers: shadow. dumb frogs, meeting Abbie baby. Gonzales. Mark, Sunday on a Monday. Chular. "74". sparkling in the sand. parties '73-'74 . ,. plans to attend Hartnell, transfer maybe to Chico. Take life easy and keeping that smile on my face, Happiness is? Peru. Filmore. for sure. R "1-----f MARY BERNADETTE REGAN ,.. Freebie ... pastime: listening to music. poetry. meeting people. having fun people: Carol. Betty. Janice. Patty. Steve. Chris. David ... remembers: trip to U.S.. Stanford. Jamboree. Flenaissanse Fair. Yearbook. Band trips, Steve , . . Toilet papering 's house. "Barefoot in the Park". first visit to Carmel. making new friends Band. Drama. A.F.S. ... plans to enjoy whatever I do CLEMENTINA REYES Pinky pastime: being with Michael. riding around. talking to my friends ... people: Marty Mora. Mona Duran. Helen Mora remembers. partying up with my brother and his friends. Gonzales. being married to Michael MAYO 1.2.3.4 . .. plans to take life as it comes and stay with Michael. ANITA FIICE pastime: reading. playing basketball ,., people. Phylis. Lori. Violet. Terri . . . remembers winning a speech trophy. graduating early, accompaning choir for a life time G.A.A.. Speech. C.5.F. ... plans to go to college, go to work. travel a little and get married. KEITH FIICE ,. . Irishman pastime. Theatre. Tennis .. . people. anyone and everyone. Harvey remembers, The privilege of working with and knowing Dick Mullins, Experiencing Education with so many great people and teacher. Ashland ... Drama. Tennis. other various sports. Band. A Cappella, Vocal Ensemble. Unisons. Political Activities. Thespians . ,. plans to go to college. become rich in either Theater or Law. JESUS GARCIA RICO Jess . . . pastime: going to the games. parties, having a good time with friends . . . people: Anna remembers meeting Anna ... Football 1.2,3.4. Basketball 1, Track 1. Baseball 3.4. Soccer 3.4. ... plans to get a full time iob and travel around whenever possible. GARY MIKE ROSE Nature Boy pastime: GIRLS people: nearly everybody remembers Drama . . . DeMolay. Track. Football. Tennis plans to join the Army or Navy then goto Law School. GEORGE MANUEL ROBLES SYLVIA ROCHA Syl pastime: getting the most out of life that I can ... people: Gene ... remembers: Basketball games and McDoanalds ... Swimming 1. Tennis 3, Track 1.2.3. G.A.A. 1.2.3. Attendance Clerk 1.2.3 .. . plans to attend college. work and get married. JIM ROMIG J.R. pastime: listening to good sounds and being with Vicki ... people: Vicki ... remembers: Jamboree, Prom and parties Football l.2.3.4. Track 2,3,4 . , . plans to join the Airforce. GARY ROWE , ,. Roweboy pastime: being with Chris, playing baseball: cruising' people: Chris remembers the Twirp Dance '72, Prom '74, CCS. partying Football 1,2, Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball l.2.3.4. ... plans to continue my studies and Baseball ... I would like to say farewell to all my friends and may we meet again sometime in the future, maybe at a party. GILBERT RUIZ ... pastime: listening to music people. Julie and friends . , . remembers the dances with Julie. making all MBL. CCS Baseball team. night after winning. MBL and Regional Invitational championship, and playing CCS tourney , . . Football 1,2,4, Baseball 2.3.4. Homeroom Representative . . . plans to attend Hartnell. then a larger college. RONDA RUMINER remembers Dennis .. . The past is but a memory. the future is our clock, I am in great need of Love. that only you can provide. My heart once full of love for someone else, has only but a small ridge of pain now. For love has now shown me no sorrow, but an even greater knowledge. SANDRA RUTTSCHOW ... Sam ... pastime. singing .. , people. Richard, Dave. Gina, Lori, Liz, Mary. Chris, David, Steve remembers. the opera, being with Richard ,.. Varsity Cheerleading 3, "Do What You Want to Do". Barefoot in the Park", Films Club Secretary. Unisons Club 1.4, Girls Glee. Choir. A Capella Choir, Vocal Ensemble. CCS Honor Chooir, AFS Secretary plans. to work for Pacific Telephone. try and be happy. Peace to everyone for all the help. ADEL M. SAID ,., people. friends remembers when I was in Cairo, Egypt, before I came to the U.S. playing cards, Chess. Tennis. Soccer . . . plans go to the Air force for four years and then continue my education to be a doctor. ALFONSO SALAS ... Al pastime, going to football and basketball games, going to parties . . , people. friends and cousins remembers, going to Arroyo Seco and beach . . , weight lifting. driving around in my car ,. . plans work part time, possibly go to college. Memories last forever. through out your lifetime, no matter what, RAUL SANCHEZ pastime. messing around. sleeping people, Connie. Mike remembers. cutting class and going to the beach .. . motorcycles. cars plans. get a job. work. Seniors .gif M set, . fc A W ., .t J X- .,q,,. J, is. 4 ,.,. J' 'X at r f"-it lf' 1. JOSEPH A. SAWYER Joe. Tom . .. pastime. rip around in Brad's "bug". parties. hiking. camping . . . people. Brad. Dave. HS. FO. JM. all my friends remembers the little red "bug" "90" "360" "500". movies. getting drunk. Brad's back yard. activities office. Mr, P.'s house plans become a doctor, go into the Army. DAVID SCHMIDT pastime, listening to my stereo people. Keith. Jim, Susan, Jeanette .. remembers '74 Jamboree. Elton John concert. hit and run with Ronny. parties and pickles Football 1,2.3.4. Track 1.2,3.4. Homeroom Rep, . .. plans, college. make lots of bucks. SUSAN SERRANO Sue pastime. being with my friends . . . people. Diana. Tina, Rosemary and many others .. . remembers Diana and our classes together. getting my car .,. Honor Roll. Health Careers. making it through all four years of school plans undecided, probably go back to school and move to Southern California. DONALD SEYMOUR Frog. Donald Duck. Ducky Don . . , pastime following Christ people. my father and Christian friends ... remembers being saved. my second airplane flight. my trip through Colorado, Boy Scout camps Flying, Swimming. Horse back riding. camping. going on hikes plans. Move to Colorado. become a professional pilot. raise horses for riding. go camping a lot, GLENDA SHOTZMAN ... "Nothing prevents our being natural so much as the desire to do so." Flochefoucould. JEFF SIGALA . . . pastime: good movies, going to Pro games. the lake . , . people. Theresa. football team, friends from N.H. remembers winning Jamboree, City Champs, parties, Monta Vista Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3, Track 2, home room representative plans, to Hartnell College then to State College. DEBRA SIMS .... Deb. lpupl . , . pastime spending time with my friends ... people, "Johnny" and DO, DB, JV, CT, YV, DA, LR, DL. TG, S C, M G , . . remembers, going to Sac. to see my sister but ending up meeting someone special. February 14, 1974. ... Yearbook 'l,2,. Maiorette 1,2 . . . plans, go to college and hopefully get married. CHARLES KEITH SMITH ... people, friends ... plans. some college. JOHN SMITH ... pastime, Football, Baseball, Hunting. etc. people, all my friends remembers Jamboree, broken leg playing football, going to San Jose ... Homeroom Rep.. Football 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3,4, plans going to college. ANTONETTE SOTELO .. , Antoe . . . pastime, cutting with all my friends ... people, Cathy, Georgia, Gina, Buelah remembers, taking off from school but not getting caught, running from all the supervisors ... Volleyball plans, stay home and kick back. "Today is the first day of the rest of yourlifef' LUCY STONE . . . Swimming, collecting old books people, Susan Jeanne, Frank, Kim, Cheryl ... remembers, being editor of the school newspaper . . . plans, college. RICHARD SWEATT Tree . , . pastime, going up to Yolanda's: sleeping . .. people, Yolanda remembers after the football games. we won. Shakeys . , . Football 2.3.4. Wrestling 2.3,4, Track 1 plans, College, Computer Programming. - fqffbf , 9, ri lt, is ANTANACIO TAYLAN ... Tony, Fats, Nose pastime Basketball. Tennis. Bowling, Fishing people, DC. MY. JP, CU. CW, JW ... remembres Sophomore year, D- Championship. Broken nose Bowling Club, Basketball, track . ,. plans go to college, work and take life easy. MICHAEL TERRY ... kip pastime, iogging. talking with people people, LA, SS, DK remembers Disneyland as a Junior, with the seniors ushering at Graduation . . . Cross Country 2.3.4, Track l,2,3,4, A Cappella 2.3.4. Vocal Ensemble 3.4, plans, stick out four years at Chico State ot major in P.E. REGINA MARIE THOENI ... Gina ... pastime: singing, Swenson's. laughing . , , people, Nener. Sandy. Roy. Vicky, Mary. Bill, Don, Cindy ... remembers: CMEA Honor Choir, Opera Trip, Senior ditch day '72 .. . Carnival. AFS 1,2,3,4, Historian 3. Vocal E semble 4, Unisons 1,2,3,4, A Cappella 3.4. ... plans to go to Law school special thanks to Mrs, Di.Mr. Clark, Vicki Brown, Marti, Mrs. VanNoy and Mr. P. for their help and friendship . . . Don't let the past remind you of what we are NOK now. LARRY THOMAS . . . Lank pastime, working and racing cars at the strip . . . people, the gang remembrs, Prom '74, Jamboree football trophy '74, winning league in bseball '73 Football. Basketball, aseball, but mostly the rodst lcarsl . . . plans to go to college or the senrice or just fool around may go hunting in Alaska with Joe. Seniors JEANNE THOMPSON pastime. watching basketball games. swimming people. Susan, Lucy .. . remembers, Jamboree. playnight. living through Driver's Ed plans to become a medical laboratory technician if I survive college. MICHAEL VASSALLO Mike.Whop pastime: motorcycle racing. water skiing, T.V., music . .. people: Jim,Joe, David remembers: going to the lake or cabin. meeting girls. having fun. traveling back east over the summer and meeting new people C 81 D Basketball 1.2. Swimming 1. Cross Country 1, Track 1.2. PATRICK KIM VILLANUEVA Kimbo ... pastime: tennis, listening to music, eating pizza, rapping with friends remembers: going to San Francisco with the art Class, dances. Freshman year. summer of '72, 5th and 6th period lunch Chinese Club .. . plans to stay single. go to college and learn something, visit Hawaii and travel around. RUTH VILLARREAL Bubbles. Ruthie pastime: Clint people. Clint. Cindy. Doug. Terry and the lunch gang remembders, Christmas Ball '73, Prom '74, Mr. Mullins ... Drama 2.3. P.E. Leadership 3.4 ,... Biggest Accomplishment: graduating early. SUSAN NINA VOTAW .. . pastime: tennis, swimming. going to bsketball games. football games . . , people: Jeanne. Lucy remembers. Jamboree, playnight. school plays , . . plens to go to college. possibly become a registered nurse. MARSHA WARD... Marsha pastime: bike riding, going out with David, reading, thinking. being me remembrs: Prom '74, David B., Mr. Mullins, "David and Lisa". "Do What You Want to Do". whole Junior year. l honestly Love you. Jamboree '74-'75, Debbie. Floberta and Halloween '73, Mrs. Smith. T,P, ing Mrs. David's house with Jana and Melanie and getting caught, being T.P,-ed by D.B., D.K.. M.S.. C,S., and whoever else Thespians. German Club 1.2.3.4. Lot of Plays, G.A,A, 1.2. plans to goto college, get a good job, just be me To my Panda Bear. "Ich liebst du." DALE WEBBER Touts pastime: motorcycle riding, water skiing and eating people: James, Tina, Richard, Bobby. Deedei . , . remembers: '74 Jamboree. the time we toilet papered those houses ... Football 'l,2,3,4, ... plans to go to college lmaybel get a job. buy a motorcycle. DIANA WILKINSON pastime: skiing, bowling. skating people: too numereous to mention , . . remembers. Junior Prom. Jessie's party, Halloween Activities. lGrouchy Marxl, Christmas in Yosemite , . . C.S.F. 4, Homeroom Representative 3, Senior Class Treasurer. Bowling Secretary 3,4, Yearbook 2. Speech-Debate 4 . , . plans to attend Fresno State. become a Doctor. CHRITOPHER WOOD C.D. .. . pastime: smoking Marlboro. being invalid. watching Star Trek people: Dave, Ellen. Steve. Hair Lip. Sandy, Keith, M.R.. J.B., V.T,, AND MANY OTHERS ... remembers. Ashland '71 and '73, thank you Sher, falling in and out of love. going to Wyoming. losing a friend Band 1,2.3,4, Thespians 1,2.3,4. 'Ray 8., Guitar playing, partying 1.2.3,4, . . . plans to create something from nothing thanks for the memories. JAMES WORDEN ... Rowdy . . . pastime: talking to friends on the phone. reading . . . people: friends remembers: CCS Basketball playoffs, '71 Football Library Guild . ,, plans to go to Hartnell, then to Fresno State and find a good job. DIANE WORTHINGTON . . , pastime: twirling, being with Dale .. . people: Dale, Susan remembers going to Band reviews , . , Majorette 3, plans to go to college Diner High. Santa Rosa. 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'U fi ' a l X , , ... , Penny Akers Ken Allen Rachel Amparano Janette Anderson Cathy Baker Edna Bandong Lucinda Bearden Carmen Beas Paul Bellone Linda Bemiss Diana Bledsaw Mary Bloomer Ida Bravo Carey Brewer James Buckner Melissa Burkeen Juniors 53 Carole Busane Natalie Canete Cynthia Caraveo Olivia Cartis Victor Castaneda Lupe Castillo Ruben Cervantes Darren Chinn Cindy Boplan Richard Cunningham - , S A Emma Cordona Daniel Chavez ibi- .51,., f ww , Q, - , wg i 1 K 1 1 X 45 i I . ir l he A ze W ,'Q' I 54 Juniors Hope Cuellar Janie Chaboya Mike Climer Les Chastain Jose Campos Cheryl Camany Maria Chaidez Rosanna Chisum Tony Ceralde Lisa Corbett Antonia Correa Beth Dyk ,.' 9,'fQt A 5' 9 "Li ' ff qw . if f 2 ,391 1. E " if V 2, FL 4 L is ' .Ls 'tries ,via elif . Q, mf: , if oem, ' 4 A im u 5 .lo at ' - ' W Q 2 f in SV ' 5' 97' if 2? ,555 ' 5 L fl 1 A Y Q -ff A ,fi 2 4 gg H xx ' Q. i A S ,, , f 'f H ' ff l r7l f'f'?'f'f9i w f'a'17 tai' se .4,."f1f,,, "QQ A l iiiaik 1 ,V 4. 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Alice Halcon Carole Hale Bill Hall Robin Hargis Phyllis Harris Jose Geradalupe 'S ,W l 1 A 'S in M114 ,.,--,su sv 4 'A Ax x 5 Q fa 1 s. 1' v.,., 56 Juniors ,':. Q, 'ff . . 'Aw lu if J 4 f A A 3. la? X '3' uw-1 V s 'i Exif. K ,"i,gi"f'vz n Q as I N -4 5 Q A ,i X, S . 5 Q N ,. 7 - . It I K -i- ' x Y n A " . . ' If M 1.-r V 'Q ' A, I Q. , .,, T- . ' W' " i "', I 'iq K 1, , ' "X 1 ,. ,,, X X . Stuart Hightower Robert Huff Martha Horta Theresa Henry Cindy Henry Paula Howard ff. Wi if A, ia., , ik. .. .Aer fx 1 .4 ,E .V -A A -1r' sf W 'VI kt, A A 1 1 xi! 'V .ir ff 1, ' . my W age. ESV- it Jia df: . viii 1' e Q :.' 3 ' .. gf 7 . 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FV I .5 l ,ga 1: 6,1205 'f V L, 5 , ? cf " , , .i 1 .Q A 1 A Xi, I5 ' J 1 nf' I 3 my .t ,gif ' 1 ' -if' P fr v I x I Rudy Perez Pedro Perez Peggy Peterson Kimberly Phillips Gonzalo Placencia Javie Plumlee Tyrone Powell Pete Pura Francisco Perez Josephine Quintero Mark Quinsenberry Arturo Quintera Becky Ramirez David Ramirez George Ramirez Terri Ransey Roland Rangel Dorothy Redding Alan Reinegger Maria Reyna Rosario Reynoza Anita Rice Eddie Richards Stella Rivas Juniors 59 60 Juniors Sandra Rodriguez Natalie Rogers Tommy Rojas Angela Rosas Tracie Rose Liz Roseli Rhonda Ross Mike Rouse Steven Rozen Ronnie Ruminer Efren Ruiz Kevin Ryburn Lucy Salas Lawerence Salazar Herbie Salinas Marilyn Salviejo Vivian Samples Salvador Sanchez Vincent Sanchez Jose Sandoval Kristine Schmidt Charles Schriver Paul Seitz Cornelia Seymour Steve Robertson Kathy Robinson Rose Robles Nicolas Rocha Sylvia Rocha Anna Rodriguez Jerry Rodriguez Magdalena Rodriguez var N , ,l rf- .'?j5x2:.e'i!l?9'-W?5Q',! 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" ' , is I 4-A r l 5' Wg Q ikif f " A 5 5 ' y y 3 2 in x V ' T ' ,f .5 w, 2 ,gi ., iq fi 7 Angela Shelton Glenda Shetzman Mary Siababa Patti Silva Susie Simon Will Simon Renee Simpson Diane Siordia Prudence Smith Miguel Solis Mike Staggs Marilyn Stidolph Terry Stratton Katrina Surrette Rose Tajan Rosie Terrones Joe Thomas Susan Thompkins Valerie Tonus Joyce Thompson Teresa Thompson Rhonda Thornton Clement Udasco Linda Upp Brett Urrey John Valdez Richard VanWyne Gretchen VonWinning Michele Waite Jim Walker Tim Warren Judy Washington Cindy Whitmire David Williams Patrick Williams Terri Wilson Richard Woodrow Simon Zepeda Robert Zodiacal he Sensible Seplwemeres Select heir Spectacular Sclweel Pings In their high school sophomore year, the class of '77 held numerous activities. Headed by class president John Dew. the sophomores held their playnight and made the choice and purchase of their class rings. As always. funds were necessary to sponsor these events. so the sophomores held many fund-raising activities. such as car washes. bake sales. and a dance in March. The other officers, Vice-President Mario Amaro. and Secretary-Treasurer Pat Baleva, were more than efficient in performing their duties. Aiding the sophomores in their duties were advisors Miss Albano, Miss Stockton, and Mr. Sarkisian. Sophomore Class President-John Dew 62 Sophomores :iff s rf A i 1 f W r S . r A ff K is ,.xsG-like i Y 1 , 1 . A . X Sophomore Cass Vice-Pres.-Mario Amaro if..-c 'lm SQ fiarx C' Sophomore Advisors-Ms. Albano, Mr. Sarkisian. and Ms Stockton .Q N if if "i i 'ri' , ' 1 , wiv: 46.-r 4 ll ,,, 5 1 -5 'z "' ' P "' ur. , f , 3: ,' , W Q, X I' ?' 1 ' ' Q 5 -, V 2, . , , ' we ' A af it f sry fig- lx' ,. 'E - ' r ' 3- H if A' . r - ' .l X ,H .. P . . . Z V, sal- 4 J, W' 1 . f' :fr f,'- 'v - f ' . - l u v. ,t 5-,tsp I , ,- J- .E 9. A Lt?-:,ti4,' A f ff .aff A 1- -5 :ti i t .,M l '4 Et 43' xf? 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U Kathy Agee ,ft if Ramona Aguilar lk iz' Rosemary Aguilera H ' Jaime Alcala 'W V ' Denise Alvarado V ., Marira Alvarez A 4 ' Mario Amaro Linda Amparano Edward Anderson Artemio Arias ' Paulette Armer R Q YV if K 5' if 4 ""' AE, 1 'rag ra , Q in .J A JI i ,X , -I3 1 'Y-ein 1 , jr . ,., if . aj? i ' E2 it - eff 1 ag' Azji Q - ' ' ,,. , f h V ,ff -f 5 mari b i ' 2? . it l 1. I I , 'a-1 V-4, g..-wg ,..-ef? ,gf .5 Eg ' e'!l .J Y' kit. ,xl , e isa? y mf, : A A ' if P3 A i fa ja ti SVYJ f S ' N I. beef y ' r 3- " Y 1, A Jw' l, ' ' 'if J H itil 4 :- ' J""- 44573 A , Q5 q ' W 55" 5, . 9 L, , , , if A, . . 'iv tg , 5,4 A 0 - at ,Y I Q c 6 . I ge,-at " 5 if - A lf, ' iv g 7 5 l -fr . 'F V ' -'ww - 31: " e, t,-' . af? J Q - 3 . P - as S . fr - ' if f B ' lv ' ai- gf ' i .. , . at J - get fr r.',3Vl I ' 1 L f l. 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A f ff .J jar xv V A lit ! , , 1.1 ,f ' Starlyn Hallum Frank Hanson Brad Harber Barbara Harland Elizabeth Harrison Yvonne Hallvile Nancy Hayes Cheryl Henderson Tommy Henry Teresa Herman Ruben Flores Rose Flores Kathleen Flumm Alan Folan Alan Fong Melodee Fontana Rick Fowler Mike Francis Steve Francis Sammy Freeze Darrell Friddle Richard Fusco Jane Galindez Robert Gannone David Gambetta Rachel Garcia Ramiro Garcia Rosa Garcia Anthony Garza George Gatanaga Belinda German Deanna Gilbert Sherman Gilman Lucio Godinez Josephine Gomez Martha Gomez Eduardo Gonzalez Mike Gotte Natalie Goulart Maria Gonzales Brenda Grant Gail Green James Green Lisa Griffth Kathern Groves William Groves Antionette Guidotti Juan Guzman Cathy Hack Jerry Hackett Charlie Hernandez Henry Hernandez Leo Hernandez Lucy Hernandez Mary Ann Hernandez Odilia Hernandez Johnny Herrera Tony Heess Gregorio Holquin Bruce Holt Mike Horton Pamala Hubbard Pam Huff Julie Hughes John Hunt Jacinto lbarra Bruce Inman Chuck Jackson Johnette Jackson Mike Jennings Trinidad Jimenez Gary Joner Cathy Jackson Cheri Jackson Jose Jauregui Teresa Jauregui Craig Kidder Sandy Kimball Harold Kong Susan Kraker 66 Sophomoree 'l ei is if F r Q , ff K fig! 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' L I , :WEL Elaine Krippa Nancy Kyle Darryl Lang Tim Lawson Normal Leal Kathy Lee William Lee Eugenio Leon Jesus Leroma Jerry Lewis Alyiandro Limosnen Rick Linnsey Mary Lo Pam Lockard Les Loman Alfredo Lopez Amelia Losoya Patsy Lucaro Juliana Lucio Norma Lucert Cheryl Luker Susan Lum Luther Maddy Irene Maldonado Nancy Maldonado Dionicia Marquez Rodrigo Karquez Carol Martin Kimberly Martin Beth Martinez -,bg . , gr J, -Q iz., , .I . , 4 if ' , ' .. A . ,r Q ' ' 13 X' if Fl if 1 ,, J' . if ' f J 3 K J, I ZF.. may . f , - , D . Q34 Q, 5 'l Q. Ui! "V Ei ' J' 'lllii 1 5'-ffl flair! , -342' f W Q Y Eg f ' we . r ,, 'ifvi ' 3 , 71' at, ,, 2, -, 2, ,, gr' e H. ' . A, Q. ,i - -z . ' A -'r if W 'ff Q Q A ' I sl piiirf ,-:-:it 14'- 4 If ::::21i..':-:-:':-:N 3, a 5- Q ar Y L i ff 2' if ifififfiiiuil ' A in ' W , "" 1, W ., -fra tj 8 , H cf' Q 3 I' . L4 ix if X + gc , f J J , -if ww 1+ 1, ik Q ' I J V W " 'fs P' E W. . I .V . A-' ' ' i . 1 1 W 1 H "f i'?f.i.- ' f t f l-azz fe. 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J V i s N at .L ' Q jeff Z NHL l S, 'E x 3 - ,J Y .n k ' " we Q t 1 5 A Q Carlos Martinez Cesar Martinez Frank Martinez Elizabeth Martinez Flamon Martinez Joy Lynn Massey Emily Mata Delbert Mayer Tammy McCauley Thomas McClunksny Edith McElroy Martha McKague Tim McMurroy Rita McRae Carmen Medina Diane Medina Maria Medina Gilbert Menchaca Darlene Miller Mary Montanez Pearl Montaya Valerie Moon Vicki Moon Brian Moore Filaine Moore Susanne Moore Susan Moore Jo Sharry Moroni Judy Morris Ron Munshy Gary Murphy Lorraine Myers Becky Morrow Robert Morales Kathleen Nanney Steve Nelson Kim Neighbors Kenneth Netto Reynald Nicanor Dave Norris Salvador Nunez Kevin Obara Jerry O'Bonnor Carol Odom Javier Olvera Vera Ontuerio Flene Ortiz Santos Ortiz Lance Osborn Silvia Osuna Marto Osuna Josephine Pacquing Sophomores 67 68 Sophomores Paul Palmer Patti Parker Linda Parish Cheryl Pemberton Ruben Perez Shawn Phelps Bertha Plasencia Thierry Plouchart Mike Potts Georgette Powell Tammy Prescott Michelle Puckett Ruben Pulido David Puno Lynn Quates James Redding Cindy Reece Mark Regazzi Gabriel Reyna Randy Robertson Kathy Rodrigues Diana Rodriguez Gilbert Rodriguez Lorraine Rodriguez Rafael Rodriguez Ronald Rodriguez Trine Rodriguez Bob Rodman Lucinda Romig Leovigildo Rosales Theresa Rosas Carey Rose Rosalie Ruegg Richard Ruiz Dorrie Ann Rumine Frank Salas Joe Salas Margarita Salas Rolando Salas Sylvia Salas Andy Salinas Anthony Salmeri Benny Sanchez Carlos Sanchez Rosemarie Sanchez Sophie Sanchez Jose Sandoval David Santoyo Haney Seals Armando Serna Joel Shear Victor Shedderly Shelly Shearer Robert Shaver Joey Shaw Joel Shunmaker Robert Sides Daryl Sinilair Kenny Smith Debbie Snow Miguel Soria Yolanda Speers 95-'f' I ' ms' i' Ag 9 Y :H ' 321. ii . 2 if f fx? 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Terri Steele Cindy Stribling Janice Stone John Strite Maria Suarez Mitchell Tabera Raymond Tadeo David Tamez Jeff Teague A Richard Terry Darlene Thoeiner Laquetta Thomas Robert Thompson Sandra Thompson Connie Tillman Lori Timmons Maria Tiscareno Ricky Torrey Linda Torres Teresa TOTYBS Vickie Torrey Donald Trafton Debbie Tweedy Doug Vaonais Blanca Valdez Freddie -Valdez Lupe Valdez Mary Valdez Tom Valdez Dennis Valen Gary Van Cleave Tina Van Cleave Faustino Vargas Barbara Vasquez Leo Vasquez Nick Vasquez Tommy Vasquez Grace Velasco Joe Velasquez Antonia Velez Cindy Vigut Johnny Villegas Jeannie Welson Patty Waite Kathy Walker Shelda Walker Shona Wall Everilda Watson Debra Webber Joe Wells Jeannie Welson Jimmy West Alan Wheelus James Whitehead Danny Whiteley Frances Wietstock Leonard Wilson Wee fen Wong Edwina Worden Carol Yamaguchi Sophomores 69 res men Are fascinated I3 heir irst Year The frolicking members of the freshmen class began their high school career on the right note of an active and energetic year. Through their opening function, the class elections. they chose Jorge Barragan. Rosemary Pulido, and Maria Alvarez to hold the respective offices of President, Vice-President and Secretary- Treasurer, Besides their playnight, they sponsored a successful school-wide Fifties week. Their year could not have been as successful without the help of their able advisors, Mr. and Mrs, Sapiens. Freshmen president - Jorge Barragan 70 Freshmen anno., 0 ., .. !- -H'-T 'Y Mnkebv Freshmen advisors - Mr. and Mrs. Freshmen secretary-treasurer - Maria Alvarez i E 9 -' ' . if 1 ' 3 - ' ,M 3' Q me ag? A L V .a 1 ssl L . I1 '7 A 1.1, 'fn 'r .Li v xr V 1 K - .. .A L. f A 9' J' A . 1 ' .. r L . , X- .. 1 7 's Y ' -L 13 J' ' ' F' s, , 22 L A L V ,ka L ., LAL Q x -Q ' JL 'af L? f 12' ' ' ' 4 L Liz. ' " ' ' 'fs f L1 fflg. .L L . , A L V L if 'fi J A 5' ' f J . .ff ,ff-' - U Q L X 573, 5, Li z 32,1 ' 'ga L . K Y '2 L W ' WM r Q ,sin .-A if, V .: X " N l rl ,g .' L .51 i X l r Wr " ' 271 afs:12ef.n'i. 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F15 Athletics 107 108 Athletics ' Senior J im Romig dances his wa y to six points in the Jam boree. isfortvne aunts Varsity footballers The 1974 Alisal varsity gridders faced a season of frustration and costly injuries in finishing with a 3-6 won-loss record. Coach Chuck FiIice's squad. consisting of immensely talented and skillful players, just could not come up with the big break, and most of the losses could have gone either way. After blowing past all opposition in the Jamboree, the Trojans faced San Jose powerhouse Yerba Buena, and disposed of the Warriors, 30-19. The Green Machine's luck soured as they lost the next three games: all by late-game rallies. Facing Arroyo Grande in a non-league match, the Trojans put it all together in a sound 21-O thrashing of the San Luis Obispo team. The tide of victory turned again, however, as Alisal dropped the next three games, before gaining a win over Salinas High by forfeit. Although the team's record does not reflect it, this squad was loaded with excellent ballpalyers. Offensively, the passing combination of Danny Camacho and Ed Richards was very effective in putting points on the scoreboard. At tailback. senior Alan Douglas was one of the best in the league. Also, Jim Romig, Dave Schmidt, Mario Flojas, and Jesus Rico greatly helped the Trojan offense to click. In addition, two defensive backs, Gil Ruiz and Chuck Bozzo always seemed to be in the right place to snare stray passes. Middle-linebacker Joe Dew made an impressive showing throughout the season. Other defensive standouts were John Smith, Jim Walker, Richard Sweatt. and Dennis Gilbert. Row 1 ll-rl: J. Smith, J. Walker, C. Bozzo, J. Rico, R. Borelli, W. Knight, J, Sig l ala, D. Webber, B. Vargas. G. Ruiz A Douglas A Folan Flow 2' Mgr T Burgos D Camacho, F. Hanson, R. Osuna, K. Smith, F. Nelson, M. Hernandez, A, Vallejo, J. Jimenez, M. Rojas, S. Simpson, J. Dew, Mgr. Ri Chandlerj Row 3:'T. Bryan, D. Gilbert M. CIimer.J. Romig, L, Thomas, P. Hilliker, E. Richards, R. Sweatt, D. Schmidt, R. Rangel, R. Cochran, D. Ceja. LW , ":"'a,-,JLIT ,,..,,..-.lu :vi - ' 'F Athletics 109 1 10 Athletics Tackle Sam Simpson joins in pursuit of the ball 5 7? f 7 f ' 3, fx:-:,""-, f5L"u...e:::Apgw5ig-gf? an 15, -'-g., -,' sz 1-1.5"-.. V gy .12 5 iv. ' .. 4 D-::"'g' 'af M73 W' f J ' I ,-12'f:qz---l"Wf, 'E Q: "?: -Q , V -Q 1---.-2,HxE."v12 il Q -ff ..,,-.,.,,.. 5,3131-J',:-'VAL ,,f..g.-?,'yi,-fliawfpg N, . I J H ' :L 5 1 aw- Tl- 'zwslf-4IIr"" ' . ,.,.A Q-sail . . A '. ' 42 -" ' fi- 5-Qi' -' '.fffT. U"'mQ4 - .4 A V , .1 W, -, .. .-' . - .4 1 ,F - feftiliff , -. ' V ' , Bidllsggwmiuyf Q E ew., f f ,m g .-1: , f . ' Q . j V 1 - ' ff w .- 4 ' jf., x V,-:Q vw. -1 Athletics 1 1 1 lmior Varsity Iough n rid Iron la The Junior Varsity football team, facing the same amount of misfortune as their varsity counterparts, completed their season with a 2-7 won-loss record. Playing efficiently and effectively, the JV's lost one nail-biter after another. and five of their losses came by margins of four points or less. Coaches Romero and Favero, though disappointed with the team's record, praised the team for their tough competitive play. especially in the latter part of the season. They were particularly pleased with the squad's performances against Monterey and Seaside. Although both games resulted in losses, the JV's exhibited impressive play in both contests. The offensive standout was Elias Rivera, whose electrifying long breakaway runs dazzled the crowds in many games. Darrell Friddle was declared the outstanding lineman. Rivera and Dave Puno were voted team captains. Row 1 tl-ri: S. Nelson, R. Hughes, H, Bernal, B. Urrey, T, Tanawan. D. Puno. B Rodman M Cerna R Acosta R Flores Row 2 J Dew K Smith R Fernandez S Barraza, B, Inman, W. Lee, J. Bernal, R. Horvath, R. Cooke. A. Cariaga. A. DeLaTorre F Guzman Row 3 J Botenlho M Zwarts D Friddle F Quuada E Rivera F Vargas, C. Patton, V. Zermeno. R.Zubiate, R. Ruiz. Row 4: D. Camany. S.Jackson J Guzman E Knight B Harbor P Dalton C Brewer D Orozco L Godlnez 1 12 Athletics X ...JL fresh-Soplw Iiclclers xhibit Impressive Pla Consisting entirely of freshmen. Alisal's Frosh-Soph football team made a good showing with a 3-4-1 won-loss-tie record. Coaches Deaver and 'Rice commented that they were impressed by the immense talent of the freshmen and both agreed that these players will be heard from as varsity players in the next few years. Receiving the coaches' praise for their outstanding play were Jaimie Vargas. Andy Cosio, George Ramirez, Joe Taylan, Scott Thomas, Ricky Alvarez, Mark Baudour, Ray Restrani, Eric Rowe, Kevin Bingham. Mark Camacho, Jessie Perez, and Kenny Williams. The Troian defense charges North High. I r A , K V 5' .- il .1 l- I , imbmy 1, v M ,St K ' , v-' Q - " - ' ., . 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Wade, H. Morrison, P. Rosas, K. Bingham, M. Camacho. Row 2: A. Ferreira, A. Estrada, R. Baughman, Z. Zubiate, J. Perez. T. Walker. Row 3: D. Flores. J. Vargas, K. Williams, R. Sxoroment, G. Garcia, J. Gilman, R. Walker, S. Gillette, Coach 'Rice. li, B! '-' Athletics 'I 15 1 16 Athletics ' QAB' carriers Build foundation Alisal's 1974 Cross Country team went through another year of rebuilding. Wins for the team did not come easily or frequently, but their season was highlighted by some outstanding individual performances. Though most of the meets ended in losses. sparkling runs by Mike Terry, Bruce Victorine. Mel Motogawa, and John Nelson aided in keeping the score close. ln his first year of coaching. Gerald Reguera finely mentored the young squad. He tabbed Mike Terry as the most valuable asset to the team. with John Nelson the most inspirational. and Johnny Villegas the most improved runner. The squad will lose only two members to graduation. So after this year of experience, they are sure to be heard from in the coming season. Flow 1 ll-rl: S. Ballantyne, J. Nelson. B. Groves. J. Wells, D. Mora.. Row 2: G. Rodriquez, D. Worthington, B. Victorine. J. Villegas. W. S. Wong. Row 3: Coach Reguera, M. Motogawa, E. Castro, M. Terry. G. Robles, J. Foster. .., ,- -all . 79 v OO' X t IQ at I -P6 QQ Athletics 1 17 ... , X ,Q 118 Athletics D Cagers Capture hircl league itle For the third time in as many years. Coach Art Gilbert's D basketball team racked up the league championship. The D's waded through their opposition to finish with a 7-1 won-loss record, losing only to North Salinas. Little Homer Hernandez. a quick and skillful player, led the D's in scoring. and was cited by Coach Gilbert as the team captain and MVP. He had a fine supporting cast in Art Pena, Dennis Agpoa. Tyrone Powell. and Alex Acaya. Il ,. ' 1 t George Moree shoots a fr row are briefed M during.a time-out. the tap for Alisal. Front row ll-rl: D. Agpoa. M. Domoloag, P. Pura, H. Hernandez T Pweell R Garcia C Hernandez Back row A Shaw.J. Franklin.M. Reinegger, K. Obarra, R. Rodriguez,,A. Pena A Garcia A Acaya L Booze G Gatanaga Homer Hernandei pops a fifteen footer for two points. l Front row ll-rl: J. Shumaker, D. Lavilla, R. Nicanor, T. Ceralde. M. Carpenter. Back row: K. Cardoza, C. Ramirez. J. Burgos, W. Cuello, C. Udasco. D. Cunningham lnot picturedl. 5 'fa 1 ff f C Basketball cam ies for I3l Crown After five wins and three losses. the C basketball team finished their season as co-holders of the league title, sharing it with North Salinas. Coach Gilbert credited Tony Ceralde as the C captain and MVP and also the leading point-maker for the Troyers. Also playing superbly to support the team's cause were Rey Nicanor. Marty Carpenter, Joel Shumaker, and Dan Lavilla. 6 -. . ' -.ww .3 V a f Rey Nicanor sets up the offense to run a play. I-.. I! If Tony Ceralde moves into the clear for a shot. "' 7 ,,f" J9,elfS'h'umaker awaits the inbounds play. Promising junior Ed Richards rests between plays. Q! 120 Athletics .33 X I ,.,..g , fd Gary Dennis fire away a i :two Seaside t 't cnsity fingers Experience wstmting Season Lack of experience proved to be too much as Alisal's varsity cagers finished a disappointing season with a 6-18 overall won-loss record, with league play at 3-11, Boasting an immense array of height, Alisal thrashed through the Alisal Invitational Tournament to capture third place, losing only to even- tual champion Overfelt. But it was downhill afterwards as the Trojans dropped their next five games before defeating Palma. Alisal launched its league schedule on the right note by smothering Soquel and Santa Cruz. In the next game, however, the Trojans fell to Watsonville and proceeded to lose to Aptos in the following contest, The Trojans seemed unable to muster any type of an attack as they continued their losing string to eight more games. This dismal skid was halted at the North Salinas gym, where Gus Gutierrez's shot at the buzzer defeated North High, 54-53. ln the final contest of the season, the Alisal cagers threw a mighty scare into league champion Monterey by rallying from a twenty point deficit to almost beat the Toreadors, Coach Haddan had high praise for senior Craig Andrus. Andrus led the team with his leadership and tenacious defense. Gus Gutierrez was also outstanding, though his glory came in the final three games. lt was Gus' basket which ended the long losing streak, and his shooting and defense which almost defeated Salinas and Monterey. With underclassmen Gary I Dennis, Tom Bryan, Dave Puno, Jerry Odom, and Ed 7 Richards returning, fans of - ,W--Y , Alisal basketball can look ez,-,,.g .gf - forward to next year. Illlll I Ill" l l ,, X xi 4l"'3'fSf3 itll HH : N--s . a v . .:zS.'.'l1, S: -.N Eddie Richards pops for an easy bucket against Aptos. 1 ...J iiiiii N if :: an f-E' t fm i 5' 2 - Athletics reqaingvpossession. 1 .4- Alisal's talented senior Creig Andrus demonstrates hieteemffeederehip , ..yzQfl' ,+gf.:g3,A :K 1 j, . . 1 ' , ,L Ag 1 ,it , ff-'rf wi : ?fffaaaa:. r 1, ., ..t, vs .-, ,fy their atteck. 5 5? I Z, 5 It 5 1' Qiblnf 3:51 'WEL f f-Fevaw 1 y f jg A .J ., A 'ie' fm '41 -Q- 24 unior orsity Basketball earm eale n eague Ia Coach Art GiIbert's junior varsity basketball squad couIdn't find the winning combination as they struggled to a 4-20 overall record, 2- 12 in league. Coach Gilbert attributed his team's troubles to the lack of both height and experience. The team did boast two talented guards, Tony Rimando and Tony Ceralde. Rimando led the team in scoring while Ceralde used his shooting and quickness to the fullest extent. Two other players were cited as commendable by Coach Gilbert. They were Danny Comacho and Mike Grice. These two players contributed excellent defense and hot-shooting spurts to the team throughout the season. Also named for their play were Pat Williams, Curtis Stackpole and Scott Thomas. .iii A unds Sify. v 1 ,L Front ll-rl: P. Williams, T. Rimando, T. Ceralde. J, West, D. Comacho. Back: J. Shum Mgr. C. Udasco. F716 ' al's total NE L Htl aker, X. Sanchez, C. Stackpole, S, Thom fs il, as, C. Patton, M. Grice, L. Loman. F K A . J .Q ,af I f ii 1 L' 2 I Par Winiamsieik up a play? , f-ak! , - .XX v fp, ..:Xfx.- 5 ff. 54 kg , B2 .- .1 Tony Riqmanglo and J 5: Tia., Vw ' I x 0 1 0 -Q. x 1 SL ', .J en and roll. L 'E on Mike Grici-2 depogtsa freethrow. UQ' X40 C. L.i 1. Athletics - 125 fresh-Soplw angers Promising for future Coach Al Garner's frosh-soph basketball squad finished in the same manner as their varsity and junior varsity counterparts as they underwent a lackluster year to conclude their season with four wins against fifteen losses. Their league log ended at 2-12. Considering there were only four sophomores on the team. the future Trojans did a commendable job the entire season. The young squad was led by the guard tandem of Homer Hernandez and Willie Cuellg, These two ballhawks proved to be a threat to any tearn during the season. Rey Nicanor and Bruce Holt filled in the forward positions. while Ricky Alvarez started at center. Credited as valuable substitutes were Robert Sides and mid-season recruit John Dew. Sides and Dew contributed heavily in the rebounding department and occasionally exploded for high-scoring nights. With almost all players as possible returnees, the winning tradition is sure to return to the ranks of AIisal's basketball squads of Freshmen and Sophomores. S-.iff -'T mlillle u . 'QL up Y P 4 ,M My The deadly duo of Hernandez and Cuello bring the ball upcourt. 126 Athletics x,X5!Ig was ,it 'J L WW .1 -M 4-51:5 W I K+ I A Athletics 127 Varsity Cropplers Reign As eague Champs AIisal's varsity grapplers put it all together this year as they captured the Monterey Bay League crown with a perfect 9-O dual meet record. Coach Terry Espinoza's wrestlers waded through all competition to capture the title. The dual meet season was highlighted when Alisal met North Salinas in the Viking gym. North High, predicted to give Alisal stiff competition, was smashed by the Trojans, 33-18. In tournaments, the team usually had to settle for a close second. The Trojans ended in second at the Alisal. Ayer, and Gonzales Tournaments. However, at the Blossom Hill Invitational. the Trojans showed their strength by capturing first. lndividual performances at these tourneys were outstanding. In the first tournament of the year at Ayer High, champ- ionships were won by Roger Diaz C1381 and Dave Ceja lhwti, Art Ocampo l95l, Mark Yamaguchi l105i, and Javier Alvarez l1 121 won second place medals. Next was the Alisal Invitational, where Diaz and Ceja, along with Wayne Knight l195l emerged as champs. Yamaguchi was the sole second place finisher. At the Blossom Hill Tourney, Yamaguchi won first place, followed by second place finishers Diaz, Alvarez. and Ceja. At Del Mar, Diaz was again champ, while Alvarez settled for second. Gonzales was next, and Diaz surprised no one by capturing first, while Ceja, Knight, and Yamaguchi won second place medals. ln post-season competition, Alisal took second at the MBL Tournament. League champs for Alisal were Diaz and Alvarez, with Ceja and Yamaguchi finishing second. Stiff competition at the Region IV Tournament thinned out the Trojan ranks, but the final placings showed Roger Diaz. with a fantastic 36-1 record, at first with Javier Alvarez. These two, with qualifiers Dave Ceja. Mark Yamaguchi, and Art Ocampo, advanced to the CCS meet at Monta Vista High in San Jose. KI fi Q , 1 5 . Q 2 , 1 'LF Big Dave Ceja, unfortunate Front ll-rl: D. Carrill ., Espinoza. , . --.5 0. are 16-dny 1 fir t CCS champion. A ...P R. Diaz. T. Tanawan, C. Doerner. J. Alvarez, M. Yamaguchi. A. Ocampo. Back: P. Dalton. 1 1 ., . ,........-.... , .. , ,W . . . ..... ,..,. -i' F. Perez, P. Hilliker. 3 -W B. Vargas, W. Knight, D. Ceja, Coach fi .3 129 I 5 10317 Mark Yamaguchi. the outstanding 105 pound wrestler. uses his skill to register another important victory i 0 Athletics ,f Roger Diaz, one of the top grapplers in the entire Central Coast Section. 1 Athletics 131 132 Athletics Mike Zwarts struggles to pin his man. DFW? ffffh-, .,.,1l-4 .2 ..,,-,-- Little Pete Pura, a promi ' oung grappler. slaps a pin on his hapless opponent. tie. --iraq! 9 . u H. fs: .57 ...... A -- ike Cerna. league pins his man. restlers Capture Second Place In eagve The Junior Varsity wrestling team. with a 7-2 won-loss record. finished second in both the Monterey Bay League dual meet standings and the MBL post season Tournament. The only losses for this squad, led by coaches Sarkisian and Rice, came at the hands of Soquel and North Salinas. In the MBL Tourney. Mike Cerna. a tough 112 pounder, garnered first place honors. Second place finishers for Alisal were Alan Folen, Mike Zwarts, Jim Anderson, and Juan Guzman. Robert Belasco and Pete Pura captured third place medals. These grapplers. and others, are promising competitors who will surely keep up the fine quality of wrestling which Alisal possesses. pf' Front ll-rl: M. Zwarts, Fl. Belasco, W. Simon. K. Muir, M, Cerna, T. Yamaguchi. Back: Coach Sarkisian, J, Guzman, R, Restani. D. Friddle, T. Lafevre, F. Perez,J. Anderson, R, Zubiate, Coach Flice. 1 'WK -.gi 3 -lvrmw v K' fa x 'if M? A If ,, F 'QW . f ,W .M ff,-,, fm f T 3-f s :f-1? ,Y 'P ., '1 wi Af :wg ev, my 'Q Wif i ? 'Y ,Q-Egan M 7:91, .A Q .kfggw iw-,Qgf,su4f,L -, " .mm o 'Q Powerful Basebollers Uverpowel Dpposition The 1975 Trojan varsity baseball squad flexed its strength this year while breezing to another winning season. Coach Filice's talented team, which last season blasted its way to a third place finish in the Central Coast Section Playoffs, began its schedule with inconsistent play and pre-season jitters. but changed the tide by wading past most of the remaining opposition. Alisal boasted excellent outfield and pitching staffs, and a very competent infield. John Smith joined returning All-MBL picks Al Douglas and Gil Ruiz to give the Trojans the fastest outfield in the league. Amazing Gary Rowe. using his fantastic pitching skills throughout the season, teamed with Dan Comacho and Mike Hernandez to form a first class pitching staff. The Trojan infield consisted wholly of underclassmen, with the exception of third baseman Floyd Nelson. These talented players combined their skills with the high knowledge of Coach Filice to retain the winning tradition which has been exhibited by the past Trojan varsity baseball teams. The defending Monterey Bay League and Region IV champion team 1- was composed of five capable seniors and eight -A talented underclassmen, the latter of which will return next season to once again exhibit Alisal's fine line of play by the Trojan baseball teams. Q .. . Q Athletics 135 136 Athletics Gil Ruiz smashes a shot to center field Gil Ruiz easily reaches first on an infield hit. Athletics 137 . .Baseball earn inislwes igh n I3l Under the guidance of coach Gary Mortensen, AIisal's junior varsity baseball team experienced an outstanding season this year. Paced by the pitching tandem of Eric Rowe and Daryl Sinclair, the young Trojans reigned as one of the powerhouses in the Monterey Bay League. Coach Mortensen was exhuberent in his praise for the two skillful pitchers. citing their performances as the vital aspect in his team's success. He also had high praise for Clyde Udasco, Victor Zermeno, Brad Harber, Randy Fernandez. and Cory Patton. 138 Athletics The Alisal infield works for an easy ou! as the catcher backs up the play. Clyde Udasco scores as the Aptos catcher watches helplessly. l.,.l- Les Loman scores easily from second base. A- Athletlcs 139 Varsity Cinderrmen Shine In Ioumeys AIisal's 1975 track team. faced with a relatively small turnout. struggled throughout the dual meet season, The tournaments. however. were highlighted by some outstanding individual performances. Sophomore sensation Tom Bryan sparkled in two events. the hurdles and the high jump. Weightmen Bob Hopper and Dave Schmidt turned in commendable performances in both the shotput and the discus, while Jim Lucero clocked in as one of the league's top 880 yard runners: Also shining for the varsity cindermen were Tony Taylan, high jumper and hurdler, Alan Cox. sprinter. and Dennis Maduli, hurdler. The varsity squad was co- mentored by coaches John Favero and Andy Allen. Q Q . .4. 140 Athletics Sophomore Robert Cooke exhibits the skill which earned him the berth on the varsity as pole vaulter. 1 . 3 , i r ' 'QM-WM, .Muni 3 i T ...tr it g 9 ,,f"""-N... , " 2 I3 f Hwrawf. the shot qurrng practiaa ' W ' N7 W .J ,, Four of AIisaI's distance men rest after a strenuous run X C - x . 435 'f' f 314. . Y' 4 TW I ' - ' W , I r.. W I . Ar i tvqwflfii Y A i ly if s it "' W we 'Vt i '33 '- 'i gr'-A W , 'L' ww M ,,fs-gr my ,Q w,.LQJ?k, - 4- I 9'5- 1 Aer experiencing Ofhllf 5 in ,L an outstandinggibmball season, senior duo sw ' v in E A ' 4 lv-1 lilrft-'ififf fb AQUA as a respectable athlete in his track specialty, the 4: If J Athletics 141 . .. ,, ' f 142 Athletics 1 E """'7ow- f7-,L .,,. Nw vs Darrell Friddle strains as he throws the shot. John Dew floats over the high jump bar. 545 1 . r B ' Alisal N"-,Q , Amssxvh 'Wu' ffl? J, throws the shogl pole vaultmg fresh-Seplw hack Squad Shew Strength In league This year's frosh-soph track team displayed an exceptional level of competative performances throughout the season. Consisting largely of some highly talented freshmen, as well as returning sophomores from last year's squad, the team overcame the shadow of inexperience. which frequently haunts novice athletes, to present themselves proudly against all opposition. Coaches Favero and Allan shared high praise for the following athletes in their specialties: Joe Taylan. long and triple jump. and 220 yard dash: Dennis Agpaoa, hurdles: Tito Messerli, pole vault. and William Lee. 100 yard dash. Paul Dalton easily clears the bar. 4 K l i , , X 2 Zz gi g""'4? S - -..,::,,,.!.,. l Athletics 143 N gW,,,,,,, An' I HJ? :Mi ' I ,,,, .-, -f-- .- f 'if' -fimgrs, ,,1t,f f:W's gm, at , Lrgnh . . ndlvlcluals Spark Alisal Swim earn " ' ff' The Trojan swim team, coached by Connie Barton. suffered a lackluster season this year. due to a relatively small turnout of members. However, individual performances brightened the otherwise uneventful year. 'The Trojan mermen were led by two top swimmers. Richard Briggs and Kevin Ryburn, Briggs swam the breastroke in one of the fastest times in the league, while Ryburn paced the squad in the freestyle. Although consisting of only thirteen members, Alisal's swim squad did perform commendably against most of the season's opposition. QW? H- ' ,E .4 wi - f-afmxnrdbqu' A k ' ' W:w+' Q -H. - M hw ff-'fs'-V-y,3.3.1Mfff4f,fw1 f.f,ffg55-z.:-is A 43:5 , We is .p....2..H sua ...N.1,, ., - 'LH I : '- ' 5-' ' 732' 'fur -5, 1 .i,:., U I W WW' I Y 1- ..., . . 1' M ef i - . , iq, B 'V' I - , - V - J, , -, A .N - , mt-.th , . 'W -.nf ,Q ., . .5 TF-' if ff , f- 'lf lsr, cu., 74- tJmi,i49Xrbgr'gei off in the babkstroke race. The 1975 Alisal swim team. 144 Athletics i Thgflhchor mahvhe rgeiay team takes off. Q-crawl . -,tm N1 ,, -4 1 E g ginf l il gr. l'!i'I'n l liw l i5 '-if llliill 1 l A , i , It I y if iii Mi l l i" "f' ll ll?- i 4 -, , 5, .J t, , it ,t . in .nw 3 ,-ii w ill li p 5 3 l lg, il 'l3lLilJlI,ilig,MI l ' I I f i 3, , , fbi 5 'Q .ff fix ligif il M ia: 3 , , 1 L T iw' , : 'fi J 5- 'im a 55: 3'QUUi'i 'J'g',.fffl : - 4' f45e,.52 , swf" f'v1:f?'ff6s A-wif N1- - 4 f W . .. U .N 4, y f I is 'fgzffi -1: Ls . P2 5 .3 -'QfTHbLalg.xf- V: Qtr Sifeyffmggygfzsg .1-:,..fw-4 -.ps - - - -ag A - .wr W ... giver-we e ' , ' " " ' z" ' "n.- :v1v- Q V,r,"W211 Powerful ennis Squad Displays Strength n AIisal's 1975 tennis team completed its season as one of the best in the school's history. With all of last year's Iettermen returning. Coach John Deaver's squad boasted a powerful roster of skilled players. Paced by sophomore Lance Osborn and senior Jim Sasules, the tennis team bowed to Aptos and then smashed San Lorenzo Valley to commence their season. Other players in the Trojan lineup were David Scott, James Baughman, Henry Kalisiak, Keith Rice. Carol Hale, and David Williams. -.:, , - . Carol Hale prepares to smash a serve. Athletics 145 Alisa! Booters 146 Athletics :wish Second n I3l Alisal's 1975 soccer team, coached by Mr. Clark. finished second in the league this year with a 12-2 won-loss record. After an undefeated pre-season log. the team met powerful Watsonville in the league opener. and lost, 4-1. However, they bounced back to defeat Salinas. Harbor, and North Salinas to remain in second place. In their next meeting. they revenged their earlier loss and defeated Watsonville, 4-2. But their playoff hopes were dashed with an untimely upset loss to Salinas. and they were forced to settle for second in the league. Outstanding players for this team were All-Monterey Bay League selections Roberto Ruiz and Victor Favila. Also lauded for their play by Coach Clark were Pablo Correa. Jaimie Lopez. Alfredo Lopez. and Raul Baez. l l l .1 aL - l , Front ll-rl: M. Robledo. J. Varela. C. Contreras. J. Romero. A. Ouintero. R. Correa, S. Baez. R. Marquez. Back: -F. Segura. A. Lopez. F. Hernandez. B. Tiscarero, V. Favila. M. Solis. R. Baez. J. lbarra. R. Ruiz. J. Subiete, G. Lizarraga. rw 1 Fil-14 X ....,,,,.,,.,q4uro4d-f" r 'YT S rt 5 -v ,.-L .uf- r 1 1 qi ,HY I the defense of Raul Baez.f ..-y,-I Q..-.ygvv A Watsonville player findp no way to get by +L ,....v-f Inav - 1LQi31'?1X3n KH, iff. .,.., 1 , Q, 4. E -Y l im. - , ' 'i..-ifff 4 ' fb '-',fg- -,'-q 5. 1.52, .1 ., 5 -.. F! , 'T Ar 151, , H K y ig. , ' " " ' Z,-Q 1 5 2 fy-A 3 ,. '-ef , .f ,f ,fl ' V' ' - . IU - 5 ff-X-'A f ff" .- 'lvl . 'Iai'P"!' . ' v ,t 53. J- g .2 .N 3 54 I g,.,,. ,eq ggffsya-run 4 rq.,:fs,f-3-rzilgalia Q. , . -wars-4-me L 'W if . .v,,, ,.. -ww -- ...Mm " . y 1 1. A, f - ,, -' 13l?5f"T't' W?" ' -7'-' " T TY . V - " ?'Q?"i'f'. ff- Vt 5,5-1:1-'L ' ' ?,A,,,v - I .f43'jf,35Jw ' :'4v.zj!51',- 'jiff- 4 'N e lt .- : ...ef :r,I1'f'?L. "jf ',, .5'.-..-"-ff? - .eg-. . r ,Q ' -P: .. - 3 Athletics - 14 148 Athletics Alisal Crcrpplers Capture CCS Crown For the first time in the history of Alisal High, the Trojan varsity wrestling team captured the Central Coast Section Wrestling title. A five man contingent, led by defending heavyweight champion Dave Ceja, traveled to Monta Vista High in March to participate in the CCS Tournament. Art Ocampo l97i and Mark Yamaguchi i105l failed to place, but these two fine grapplers exhibited excellent wrestling both in the tourney and throughout the season. Javier Alvarez i'l15l waded through his competition before falling victim to a loss by decision in the finals. Roger Diaz l133l, after an exhibition of extremely impressive wrestling, suffered a severe knee injury which prevented him from competing in the finals. Diaz. posting a phenomenal record of forty wins and one loss, and teammate Alvarez received second place medals for their efforts. The story was different for 235 pound Dave Ceja. After losses in the finals of the league and region tourneys. Ceja -f' vanquished any doubts as he mowed 'N' nm, down anyone in his way to complete .A ' l Wgb, 'MQ 2 the finals as a two-time CCS champ. Q C' ,fn '- ' - 4. ' l' ' 1 1 It would be impossible to overlook the i - ff! n performance of team mentor Terry 5-rt ' Espinoza. For his outstanding coaching. ii Espinoza was named the "CCS Coach 'N of the Year". Coach Espinoza and his wrestlers deserve high praise for their part in the greatest performance ever by any of Alisal's wrestling squads. Roger Diaz shows the type of aggressiveness which helped him to a 40-1 won loss log and second place in the CCS gli-..,cv - pf vg- -Q4 df inclergals Suffer frustrating Season Coach Pam Frees' girls' varsity track team underwent a disappointing dual meet season this year. After beginning the season by losing dual meets to Aptos, King City, and Salinas. the girls' team did not fare well in the remainder of the season. However, the cindergals did boast some outstanding individual performers. The most notable members were hurdler Cath Powell, high jumper Grace Bandong, runner Rachel Amparano, and freshman speedster Kelly Norwood. , ,. we 'Sian' " ' ' ' 5' -ot,,,w.,v:-'- 3. -' ' - we,,,5vp,,:'K' ' KIJY-9 Becky Cabrera heaves the discus. 'J " Grace Bandong awaits the gun to start the 440 yard relay. H , . -are Athletics 149 JV's Place fourth In eaggue lay Under the guidance of Coach Pam Frees, the girls' junior varsity basketball team finished in fourth place in the Monterey Bay League. Coach Frees sited the teamwork and competitive play of her squad as its major advantage. The JV's were led by guard Cindy Caraveo. and center Beth Martinez. Karen Scott and Beth Martinez led the team in scoring. .1 5 . ,,.f, i . . . Lizi ,ul W, A W M., . ,R 'Ulf Tammy McCauley outjumps her opponent. 150 Athletics eagel' the for llli Q I g in e Q 3 lu.. Cindy Forgnone shows good form. ik.- arsity Careers Experience Iev I1 Seasen Playing against rugged competititon, Coach Pam Frees' varsity basketball team ended their season as the 6th place finisher in the league. The coach praised Debbie Geissler for her all around play and named her the Most Valuable Player. Also receiving commendation for their play were guards Karen Doris and Cindy Whitmire, and rebounders Julie Hughes and Gloria Domalaog. Led in the point production were Cindy Forgnone and Doylelyn Hoskens. Coach , - -a,y y. W? 1' X pw Teresa Gonzales displays a fine return .. 95 fY .QQ4 , fu Q, ' fe ' ' its I 4, 5 4 l N f y . 1' an L , ! 1 tl I 1 I S 1 x t i G ' ' ff? , V rt. Q A M , xi . Q "" We . 7 ..,if "i' - ,. 4-' 'i'Kl393'x '.-.ifHi?'5iw3!1M " '-Q 9 1 Z 1 1+ i M. r ,V .1 W T , ,:.,' f H' Eg ' 5 Doubles. tTammy, arner and Pat Diaz. working for a victory. ' 544 XJ. oumg ennis earn Coins Skill And Knowledge Under the guidance of coaches Florence Camany and Kaylene Mortensen. the 1974 girls' varsity tennis team was unable to overcome its inexperience and finished seventh in the league with a 1-6 won-loss record. Being a young team, the girls increased in skill and knowledge. Dubbed as outstanding performers were Pam Edwards. Sylvia Rocha, and Teresa Gonzales. Also commended were Pam Edwards for her seventh play in the MBL singles. and doubles, Pat Dias and Tammy Garner for their seventh place finish in the League meet. Sylvia Rocha attempts a return. h 6 H, Askew. Garner. 'mf l i 'x AI. i g,..,f. Y Y Y he. . ., Ek., V I ? I' 6.2, . -1 .4 ,L X , . N.. Aiwa? ' s i ' Kelis' 1 ff? 34 N' '-"""' : V- 3. A -Q ,. Kkg il., . 1 fri , ,- J- - :tsw ., . . V ' 31' ' QL' ""' "K i1S'f fl --if-" 5-9'-ffimmmw -. ' all ' .N " -it ' X M1125 x ls -. .. W I Q .t I A y Armenia Mallari and Pat Deanda pla to wi . "'-1" LM y A, N. . 5 3 2 Y' s i K U Q .g..k.fl4', fi 5 f, 4- . . 5 5 l if '-+- S' - xfc' f f ' It - f ' A Ls M- -'-' Pam Edwards demonstrates herpo ul irve. ,,. K ,A--iq 1 "Af V R1 fm T gi g- iw 32 15, v wx Q23 W' iw,-fffajf Wxgiiiifff On the uneven bars ns Emma Cardona 4' if-1 -W QQ' qgmzi-awww! A' wgwfa 2 Z ' iw J E5 ,T Y Afdape Sand: Carnllo Joyce Bassett Colleen ,,.,......---'---"""' .3 f ,3 Janette M...-.......,x"' racing dive. Katie 156 Athletics REVIEW 'E 1 ' ""1 f , 3 QI . fe, 1 e "fi" , n"f" " i" --"ffl 4' ' " ' .M "1--f gp.. , g if-zfgf., .L A 6 ' rr' -, A -jg "7.fa5Q: .,-wasps' L Wkf ii. efi1f'fff? ff? ' a t sv ' ..-wffvf ' 'f facial? . .d,'?6L., ' . . .32 "A 4x ' A "'k' Ziwrifdt j -1 I -IUYQT '. QQ' 'lf f . s-.ges,.tf 4" :A - 5 K , ,,. 'f K . W VJ, i Q r -. ,. K1 Mfg? , 7 g - '.?Q.z,g's ,, , .Zi -133 Z i Q- W ' . -if-A .. f A Colleen . 5' m e butterfly. 2 ' Lffrk-f ' 'ti ,pg ' "T, .. ' Venn erniaicls Experience Deeercl Breaking Season Numbering only nine. the minute girl's swim team underwent a disappointing dual meet season. However, the dismal team showing was overshadowed by some outstanding individual performances. Highlighting the season were the results turned in the 100 yd. freestyle relay team .Consisting of Christy Schneider. Tracy Dames. Patty Abel, and Colleen Clausen, this team broke a long-standing school record in that event. To add icing to the cake. they broke their own record in the next meet. The relay team wasn't the only spotlight oi Coach Connie Barton's swimmers. Colleen Clausen advanced through post season meets in the 50 yd. breaststroke. and freshman Christy Schneider performed well in diving competition. UE gl 'fb I is s Vit. W wi'- K I .4 a My vi l I Athletics 157 hong eamwerle Aids nfempetntnve Volleyball lay Complete teamwork was the main objective of the 1975 volleyball team. Aiding the younger members of the team were the graduating mighty four: Karen Doris, Cheryl Favero. Mary Doris and Debbie Giessler. This was the second successful year of a co-ed team and a men's recreational volleyball team. With the never ending help and encouragement of their adviser. Mrs. Kaylene Mortensen. the team proved to be one of the best of Alisal High. if every ounce of ii- fir' 158 Athletics ' 5,---f Bottom Left: Judy Stevens, Rhonda Buckner, Sheila Folon, Nevorah Cerenio, Linda Sirwet, Martha Garcia, Karen Self, Kris Haydon. Middle Left: Kim Huntley, Karen Johnson, Suzanne Moore, Sonia Darty, Tammy McCauley, Carol Yamaguchi, Pam Clements, Ruby Duque, Cindy Niegut, Monica Canete. Mrs. Mortensen. Top Left: Natalie Canete, Cindy Caraveo, Armenia Mallari, Cindy Whitmire, Michele Waite, Gloria Domolaog, Hernando Chavez: assistant coach. Up on ladder: Mary Doris. Cheryl Favero. Debbie Giessler, Karen Doris. Not pictured: Doris Lepper. 160 Organizations O I D D r I l X X 0000 ggvbb' 4' D 4 O 4' ' Q O Q U 1' 'f 1. 'I 1. 'O 4' U 1' 'o xl 0' A 0. ' O , 0 . 4 5 1 p 4 0 4 n , . . ' 4 ' 4 9 4 4 4 4 2 4 D 4 5 0 U 4 I 4 4 X 4 D 4 D 4 p 4 5 , 4 5 4 I C 4 4 4 4 A 4 0 4 U 4 ' 4 ' 4 I 4 D I A , 4 5 4 g C . I . C . 4 . 4 . 4 D 4 . 4 5 4 . C 1 'Z C : . . O I 4 O 4 l I 4 ' I m ,K ,.,..,...,W... gf? , hw A W Q .. I W r 'N Jn. 35' 4' f , 3, yi ,M Q, F' .M as fs 'limi ff: gh" 1825 JFH' fig . 5 ! 431 w ,W , . g...fi.55!Qsf,:i1 x wiv-I-T-'--" , d, ffl 4 'N N I 4-1 -.J n .. ni Q4 I kv I 1 , gif ' Fswgly A K km: V sr .yr eg 63 rv -ip .XXX Y N.: I fv,,5 'I 4 ,., 'W- Fl 1:--. Organizations we fa. 1 ' Government, Uiclin A.S.I3. Cffice-Is . . . The 1974-75 A.S.B. officers were perhaps the most active in the school's history. Besides sponsoring various activities. the student officers were called upon to help decide future policies at Alisal. Phil Dyk served as A.S.B. President. along with Vice- President Cheryl Favero, Treasurer Vicky Teague, and Rosanne Ryburn. They all receive commendation for a job well done. These students were also an integral part of the student body government: commissioners-Bernie Agpaoa, Pat Amaro, Sal Sanchez, Kathy Powell. Beth Dyk and School Board Representative Janice Haydon. wa when rendition, Imveling lf Iris! O I O Once again Alisal entertained a foreign exchange student, and the school chapter of the American Field Service was most instrumental in that project. Also. the chapter participated isa an Exchange Week at which a Turkish student we: hosted for a week long stay at Alisal. Mrs. Van Noy, the advisor, credited fellow officers Sylvia Chacon. Carlyn Henry, and Mary T t-'lv - Regan. Special congratulations were also due to AFS finalist Valerie Tonus and Regina Thoeni. 1-Q 415.5 MSB Vice-President. I Favero. Phi S i Janice Haydon for a fine job as president along with jgmfffqg 9' H, s pf ASB President. fund raising. f DIIQ, oldl ... USCA! The Future Secretaries of America is a nationwide organization which aids interested girls in entering the career of business. AlisaI's chapter of the organization continued to be as vigorous as in previous years. With Mrs. Kirchner as advisor the club held an invitation potluck banquet to induct new members. Also. they sponsored a club Pizza Party for all members. The FSA officers were President Julie Bellone, Vice President Mickie Lineberry, Treasurer Karen Doris, Corresponding secretary Rose Gomez and Recording Secretary Vicki Maness. sf' '46 166 Organ sights, restling . lliosfub The llios Club is an organization of wrestling fans which work throughout the year for the benefit of Alisal's wrestling squads. This year's club was extremely successful in their endeavors. Headlining the list of activities was the staging of the Second Annual Alisal Invitational Wrestling Tournament. With president Mark Yamaguchi and advisor Coach Espinoza at the helm, this function successfully raised abundant funds for the teams. The funds were used to purchase new uniforms for Alisal's league champion grapplers. and also to hold a club picnic. Other officers were vice-president, Javier Alvarez. and secretary-Carol Yamaguchi. The statisticians aided at home games. T' JB- -. bidi' - A b- 'rr Democracy, Deerclmo . . . liemereern Representatives As in previous years, this year's group of homeroom representatives served as a vital cog in our student government system. A representative is chosen from each of the third period homeroom classes. and this student attends the commission meetings held every other week. Here the representative has to pass or defeat issues presented inhhe commission agenda. Through this method the views of almost the entire student body is focused to this small, diversified group. which ably decides on the school's issues. 53,-se if My 9, cat r 2 getting his point across. Janice their .4 . fl Tax J Lucy Stone-Egtq. 1 rg Vw .W .-... Eclitericrls, Exploring . . Irejan ribune Alisal has been gifted with a small group of creative and hard working students who congregate to publish the school's newspaper, the Trojan Tribune. This year's staff certainly fits the mold. with Lucy Stone, editor. Pat Amaro, assistant editor, and Mr. Puterbaugh, advisor. Feature editor was Grace Bandong. sports' editor, John Zweifel, distribution and business manager Pat Bailey, and photographer and ads' manager Terry Countryman. Meeting the deadline. -if an wage, earning . . Berman Club With the guidance of Mrs. Smith, AIisaI's German Club remained as active as in past years. Along with their entry in the annual Christmas Door Decorating Contest, the club held a party and went caroling. Also on the list of activities was an entertaining venture to Monterey to dine at a German Restaurant. The German Club officers were Jim Canaday, President: Henry Gage, Vice'President: Donna Beecher. Secretary: and Joel Shoemaker, Treasurer. 1' 8 Organizations p v- ialett, Delightful . . . french Club Alisal's French club. entitled LA FLEUR DE LIS. made this year a fulfilling one for discovering the ways of the French culture, Among the numerous field trips held by this club were journeys to the Dickens Fair. French restaurants. French plays, and the French consulate in San Fransisco. Also headlining the activities for the club were a Mardi Gras party, a Christmas party. Door Decorating contest. and a project to create objects to donate to charity. The club adviser was Mrs. Bainter, while Grace Bandong served as president. Organizations 169 V x Culture, Creating . . . aye ,- U -0- Cl 'I 4 4 3, Q' ,- "' A ' .AL www.. ,. - at , if sm-wi' 170 Organizations The MAYO Club officers appear at the bottom row in the following order: Richard Ruiz, Frank Mora, Ed Martinez, Armando Morales. Dinah Gilpas, Rod Rozin, Mike Gurrero, and Alex Gomez. 'N 9 wuoavll N.. . , nkswh- Q, . ' ras- .gt . '4 'f H: ' WP sing for ictures, CSF lt ll clventurer, Achiever . . . C.S.f. The California Scholastic Federation is an honor society for students with high academic achievement. Members must qualify each semester. Alisal's chapter of CSF is adivsed by Mrs. Bainter and Miss Albano. Officers are president, Edna Bandong, Vice President. bs Jin Gina Thoeni. secretary. Mary Siababa. and treasurer, Jimmy West. Among the list of activities for this club was an enjoyable journey to San Francisco to see an opera and visit the Legion D'Honeur, an art museum. X I Q W ' E:,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,mm I Q i ' e.ffe.,.' F l ' NNW, If . Q l i X : - ' 1 . ' Y' . ' 1 ,,,. . , .. ., ,5 , + P -., ff.- , , pt ' Q -' . " 'A X573 -'f A . ,. , -1:'f"R"'!K1ls..,. i ,, --wi""F - . N -Q lf: ' . - d""".,": 1 'ew K.. 1, , V gd M-A vi:?..,f1 -W 'f . MQ, I. wif: qw: . Sn-P" " L, , x , 1- ---'sw ' ,, 1. '- -. X .7-'?:1..1 w ' MHTW' fi' W - ' G- f wraffrxs-4x' mug' i .1 i 6 2 ::' J , .. 5 k .. X ' A-4. . " 5, ' QTY", -U, Q ' - L' f -tw L f 'Y' I ?"1-f.fVs. ' ki'3 :'-M ,fl , ' V V I . pple: ' ,- signage-f-l 4 V ' 1--t ive'-'.a 1" 'QQ.e!f'Z k'-Qi , .. ' n . I I ' z 'I' 1' - N s,, ..f,.,,., I 'Tj "p"fff'7if1 r ' 5 . Q 1. .Q , J qs xi I' : ' ul- '. V W5 f Q - S K I L N Organizations 171 Plays, repamtory . . . mme Club Many people attended at least one of the three drama productions this year. Although the plays were widely attended and wall received. the 495 group mainly responsible was not adequately 4-is recognized. The Drama Club, with Mr. Marquez as advisor and Chris Wood as president. worked very hard this year to make those productions possible. Many hours of hard work in setting. directing, and activing were necessary to stage all the plays, and the members of the Drama Club did more than enough to make those productions T 'K successful. The Drama Club members and their advisor, Mr. Marquez NW' . M.. Solos, Singing . . . Vocal Ensemble The Vocal Ensemble is the elite group of singers at Alisal. Advisor for this L group was Mrs. Helsby. The vocal ensemble participated in many concerts ' this year for both the school and the community. These concerts were held during the fall. spring, and Christmas seasons. This exhibit of musical talent was well received by virtually all audiences, and it is hoped that they can keep up their fine tradition of singing. w. o T - If Q . ' , l I 7 ' 1. s ff Q 'Y ' Organiza ns ' 'i If X A. 'i X 1 f , Awaiting the hymn is the Unity is an important aspect in singing. to start an ld favorite Choir. l Voices, arlotlons . . . lrls' Cleo, A Cappella Girls' Choir The Girls' Glee, Girls' Choir. and A Cappella were talented vocal groups which displayed their singing skills throughout the year. Mrs. Helsby, the vocal advisor. was high in praise for all involved with the singing. The groups presented both Christmas and Spring concerts for the enjoyment of the school. They wre rewarded for their efforts with a trip to San Francisco with the remainder of the vocal department to see "Madame Butterfly." One of the choir's at ,Z ......-a S wa ,fx ' ...-an Organizations 7 Alisal's band .was very to band reviews. The Beech and Santa Mateo to reviews Also n their e San Juan experiencing All of these s band director. Mr. Horsely. Although after years of building up our now prominent band, Mr. Horsely has left Alisal to partake in the promising field of work experience. The Alisal Marching and Symphonic Band will certainly continue its undeniable success. K ..."'..?2xX 'I as-'-"W -N 7? ...ao-.,,. ' ' www. My, X I B 1 ff3'...:. V , . I f M div 2 .nl f 9 sl .. za I . x sg ,ha AN? ' 4-'S v A f ff' ' if ,gl A, 1,1 - Q , v , Q P 1 Ar' yi-1 ' ' 1 .Q 'Q X . my 1 1 Q vv' 4+ . E h. A , x bx 'tm' ' , Q ' 5 0 XX - v 'f yi' -4,2 1 W M . ,R . . V, .l,::Af:x,f'-'P?'3xt1 I .vvN-ff K u:'x ' 1 Spirit, Smiling . Varsity Cheerleacle 9 as-5 , .vflng ' 'h ' A ' 1 -ew 1' 5 "'-N.1,-Nm ,W m , .. 1. 'px 1 ' 1. ,' N.: fn, ,',, Q- Y, .'-un 'K 'SY t- 1-E -L, gf. f'b',"'T 'Q E. Q ,ti ' "g .A 'J-In 55 -" v . 3 .Nag X -V .:A-'.-V af., Libs' Jin- , , 4- , My X... ,, A ,, , . 1, N. ' , f., ,figk 5 J .Ns".. x Q gl ,V s . 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Q..-.vs .-Q' 1. wa 's 7 4, 5' ,ff :za un s. ,Fil ff? PQ..- -R A. ,W rf' af I' novglty routlnes into a highhght of the trying lSongIeadmg camp aptivating, Charming . . 419111 igerevs, Vivacieus . . . unier arsity Cheerleaders The Junior Varsity cheerleaders. performing in the same manner as their varsity complements. strived to further the spirit of rooters at the Junior Varsity and frosh-soph games. Led by head Kim Tolleson. the Junior Varsity succeeded in providing excitement in the preliminary games. The group was advised by Mrs. Mortenson. I -M W ll WW '-Lal 1, y ,J 'ge nus - 3 ' A-ll-- J - fK l WWM EiiEQ fs , i - Q L T up all ytit , . . 11,15 A 'Il ll' ' M 'EEE-u A "E-'E" fi 'wwl mi T Quan: 'rf i ,li 1 vA,A fl .V .- plu g' ,mr 1 A ll . A 32: Q . ',i' We r ' ,J "is TN . 1 r - , ld . 1 f "" 'r ' A , A O ,i f ., F' m My V -.l i it :n w 'A ri .Q , ,f 141 I aquarium? I Al "" 4 ' , 1l X l 'rs' J "2-. i ',,ThgH1gggz4,t7 Jgcheerieaders A04 im AIisaI's asset As provided in the schooI's constitution, the mascot is to be a representative of Alisal's symbol, the Trojan. Among the mascot's duties is helping the cheerleaders in promoting school spirit. This year's mascot, Jo Ellen Atkins, sees this as only a fragment of the obligations of the mascot, She feels the mascot should be a true reflection and should be apparent throughout the school year. :ini lvl Symbols, Strikin . . . ettergirls In the group's second year of existence. Alisal's letter girls expanded their program to include many of the school's activities, Presently, the letter girls travel and march with the band at various parades, and also attend rallies and football games, This pep squad was advised by Mrs. Mortenson. The members of the letter girl squad were: Vicky Nelson-head, Elsie Batara, Minette Spangler. Susan Kraker, Emma Cardona, Sidney Tollison. and Teri Torres. J-If 'av ig. ' fwka at oiginiiauohs 179 A 1. A AA fTtiefPageam formations, friencll . . . rill earn Alisal's Drill Team was active this year in attendance at rallies and games. This squad added much enthusiasm and spirit to our rooters. The drill team included: Tracy Rose, Penny Akers, Beth Martinez, Cathy Hack, Janice Eldred-Head. Barbara Harland, Vivian Samples, and Theresa Rocha. ntlwsiasrn, Entertaining . . . ajorettes Members of the 1974-75 Maiorette squad were: Martha Horta-Head, Lupe i Castillo, Pat Deanda, Yolanda Speers. and Janette Anderson, Their acting advisor was Mrs. Stevens. The majorettes were yet another squad which added color to many school functions. In band parades and halftime shows these girls provided spirit with their baton-twirling routines. They were also fundamental in rooting activities such as rallies. 180 V Organizations ntron, arching . . ageant Ilirls While our band paraded, the pageant girls were always there to provide style by toting flags to bring up the rear. This device added pageantry and marked the success of the group. This years' pageant girls were: Cheryl Mellick- Head, Joyce Basset, and Velma Buen. Advice and aid was given by Miss Stockton, their advisor. The 15- .Aa FFA.p?esid ntC ig drus ' . . Rf. . The Future Farmers of America was extremely active throughout this year with activities in and out of agriculture. Entering in numerous FFA events, the Alisal chapter sent two delegates, Tracie Rose and Debbie Azevedo, to the Regional FFA Templeton and also entered in the King City Fair in livestock judging. President, Craig Andrus, with his fellow officers Chris Brown, David Azevedo, Tracie Rose, Debbie Azevedo, and Jeanette Crites organized the annual King and Queen of Hearts Valentine Dance and the Donkey Basketball game. Club advisor was Mr. Mullen, -.Palm . - 3- A . .,.,. qv' 463 'fr' Pace, echling . . . Bicycle lub A new addition to Alisal this year. the Bicycle Club was active under the guidance of their advisor Mr. McCarroll, After rnuch delay due to insurance complications, the club organized many rides throughout the valley with more activity taking place in the spring. President Dave DeLair was instrumental in initiating the club. His fellow officers were Vice-President Marilyn Stidolph. Secretary Beth Dele and Treasurer Joyce Chamberlain. r fxfji f if X ' FT! 14 , T 'r ' f - .' ' 1' Y .'Q.-.. i, V Eg ' litfgz may X ' -iw: f-Y? ' ft - ' in L'3?X?m+tffQ ' , ,-.,. 'ye - if ,-.2 it fi.fsf4+f'f'-:,.a, - gigm- if' - " X " N K . . Y." FW' ,five-4 ' 'if' to - 9? .,,., ,, X , Q, t A ,Q .. J ,,, f i V , ,.iwg,.M r.. x-Q' g -,Nf .fi .wif pi as f if , CXY. ,egg-gi, i :sq Q, - V gf,, g 3 , Q ' ' " f ' ' '- vi. ' "' "fl-'T"s "Q JM- 3 I 'fiigj' 4 ' is -wig. "f ifguxl . 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Officers for this club were: president, Pat Amaro: vice- president. Grace Bandongg secretary. Lucy Stone: and treasurer, Pat Bailey. Sweaters, Sensational . . . Bleek A Block A is one of the few clubs which maintains a membership requirement: A girl must have earned her letter before she will be admitted to this prestigious club. With president Susie Simon doing a fine job, Block A held many picnics, barbecues, and parties as time-out activities from sports. Mrs. Camany was advisor for this successful club. l Organizations Slopes, Snowimg . . . Ski lub In its second year of existence, Alisal's Ski Club was an exciting organization for ski buffs. ln order to raise funds for ski trips. the members and 1heir advisor. Bill Sarkisian held two large candy sales and numerous carwashes. Spending the money was an easy task for the club as they made three journeys throughout the year to the snow country of Lake Tahoe where they showed their skill or lack of skill, in the popular winter sport. P The i gination gfi3Ski Club members remains A picturesque view can be seen from a nearby cliff. Sy i ., -in Before heading for the slopes the skiers take a minute to rest. his i l'iii" 'advisors S ki C I u chaperones pose with new friends. 184 Organizations if Lf-E1 .41 .imp Games, Gatherings . . . Soccer Club , The major accomplishment of Alisal's Soccer Club was participating in a pre- season soccer league as a tune-up for prospective league slates, Roberto Fluiz led the team through an undefeated exhibition schedule, triumphing over the area's strongest teams. Carmel and Gonzales. The Junior Varsity lost only one in their stint. Also on the Soccer Club's agenda was the ' election of team cheerleaders and a soccer queen. The group was advised by Mr. Martinez. .1 is n y .li.llli li ll iiyi' t 1 it' i Coordination, Compotltlvo . . . CAA. The Girls Athletic Association is another nationwide organization in which Alisal actively participates. GAA serves as the administration for the girls' sports teams. Five coaches serve as advisors: Mrs. Camany, tennis and softball: Mrs. Frees, basketball and track: Mrs. Mortenson. volleyball: Miss Little. gymnastics: and Mrs. Barton. swimming. In order to function, the GAA staged a candy sale to raise funds. They also presented a Christmas Pizza Party, an elementary Play Day, and their annualo Honors Banquet. Club officers were Cathy Powell. Susie Simon, Emma Cardona, Sandy Carrillo, Natalie Canate. Monica Canete. and Michelle Waite as president. vice- president. secretary, fund raising, custodian of records, treasurer, and publicity respectively. ' .J 186 Organizations X . 5 .f . , 4 Q L .vi .A A x, tl X eets, anipvlatin . hack Interest The Track Interest Club was an instrumental function of the track team. Consisting totally of females. the Track Interest Club worked at all home track meets, keeping statistics and selling concessions. The members were richly rewarded for their efforts with a banquet at the conclusion of the season. Advisor Mr. Allen was high in praise for the excellent work of these girls. Future planjtare read fee . .A year. J Watts, ender . . . Electronics Club "V 'JF ,Q lim s. 2'-3 N r, '4 A A Once again with Mr. Ogborn at the helm. the Electronics Club strove throughout the year to advance the skills of electronics for their members. The club performed many projects. In an attempt to expand basic electronic progress to include the entire student body, the Electronics Club sponsored a Radio Controlled Airplane Demonstration in March. With many other projects taking place. this year was a virtual SUCCESS. Mr,,O n explains the uses of various :,,. fm- N Organizations 187 Deadlines, Declicatimg . . . Yearbook Staff lt was another hectic year for Alisal's Trojan Yearbook staff, but as predicted, the staff pulled through. The year was full of missing pictues, late deadlines, and long working hours. Never-the-less this yearbook was produced. Janice Haydon worked hard as Editor to prevent the class from erupting in complete chaos, Mr. Angelo, the advisor, also did a fine job bearing the strain for yet another year. Manning the helm of the Classes' section was Sylvia Chacon, with Liz Edu providing much aid. The fine Ads section was put together by Bernie Agpaoa. and Jimmy Mazzuca constructed the Faculty section. This year's sports were covered by Boys' Sports Editor Mike Pura and Girls' Sports Editor Valerie Tonus. Two large sections, Organizations and Activities, were done by respective editors, Karen Doris and Chris Morales, with Jessie Pabros and Mary Regan helping. Some members provided miscellaneous help and learned the basics for work next year. They were Carol Card, Becky Bailey, Jim Herberger, John Zweifel, and Terry Herberger, All pictures taken by students were done by photographers Joe Diaz, Mario Amaro, and Lionel Rogers. After the year's work was completed, the entire staff was able to relax, examine, and enjoy its work. Mary'Regan takes a few minutes to entertain friends. ask, X Organizations J? ' 1114: 9' J J 1 U fi. 5 A . 74-75 Yearbook 'Staff 0 i fl. . s 6 E1 qv" 1 U, . irq L , x, A rw E4 1, N,.. --., f - '?'4g'f 5,2 "" A n Y, Business, Beneficial . . . OSOECIDOIZO The Law. Salesmanship, Economics, and Personal Finance Club is a class which learns the fundamentals of business and has fun in the meantime. As usual, this club had more than its share of functions. They staged the Annual Pie-eating Contest. candy sales. and bake sales. Also, the advisor. Mr. Favero, and club president, Diana Bledsaw, met to organize an end-of-the- year banquet for all the LSEPF members. 190 Organizations ACTIVITIES 192 Activities 193 eww 9 we 1 ,X Y fin! Activities 194 . K Z'-' -1 Activities 195 196 Activities People Betta eve . . . first Day Registration Seeking a newer and more efficient type of scheduling, Alisal undertook a new system of college type registration this year. Returning and entering students were greeted on September 3 with instructions on the procedure of this modernized idea of selecting classes. Mainly, students were allowed to select time periods and teachers for their subjects. although not all the students were satisfied. this first-time registration method opened doors for a better system in the years to come. Hard work and long hours were put into the preparation of our First Day Registration, and credit is due to Miss Palmer who organized the entire matter and to Mr. Poulsen who. along with his Leadership students, aided many confused students in their inauguration to this new registration system. al QARTER Mveieo j Qvii mr- -M Q Z g g 30111 mt llllllllllllll 5. js 1 x ,. nt ,S--Mi, 3. 've Cot Ilwe vsic Il 9 0 o o Det Acquaintecl Dante Towards the end of September, the ASB presented a "Get- Aquainted Dance" to the student body. Being the first dance of the year, this event drew a large attendance from the student body. The band was "Backroads". and they provided some very popular and well-performed tunes. Playing a little something for everyone. "Backroads" was highly successful in enabling the students to "get acquainted." ' 1 v'-R Wig fi 1: W if d 5 . e-1 -A--' ' V I , Q U .- am , 'H fn J , , wx .4 X - , W , Y. 'Var owboys, ikimgs Sing elhies... amboree 914 A wave of silence engulfed the stadium as the judge approached the microphone. Remembering last year's three-way tie, the crowd waited anxiously for the winner of the rooter's trophy to be announced. The decision proved Alisal to be true to form as we were declared the winners of the Flooter's Trophy for the ninth consecutive year. A loud, familiar cry of "We're Number One" rang throughout the proud Trojan rooting section. The sweet taste of victory was heightened by the play of our varsity football team as they ran over all competion to emerge far ahead as the 1974 Jamboree Champs. The Trojan gridsters racked up 36 points to blow past Salinas with 26 points, and North High with 3 points. The theme of the rooting this year was "Academy Awards". sporting cleverly treated rollouts with slogans such as "Vikings Sing the Blues" and "Exorcise the Cowboys". The commissioner of Hooters, Sal Sanchez and Glo Domaloag. along with the committee are to be commended. 1,12 xjirf 4 X '23 in X . Activities 199 Anticipation . . . Homecoming 101 The traditional clash of Alisal and Monterey was the setting of this year's 1974 Homecoming. Earlier in the week. the varsity football team nominated five senior beauties for Homecoming queen. The five candidates entered the field that Friday night, prior to the start of the varsity game, amidst an atmosphere of suspense. The Homecoming queen candidates were Eileen Agee. escorted by Robert Pearcy: Lori Gannone, whose escort was Doug Gray: Vicki Manness escorted by Mike Pura: Chris Morales with her escort Gary Rowe: and Sandy Ruttschow. escorted by Eric Stein. The candidates were accompanied by the class princesses and their escorts, Kathy Williams of the Freshman class with Paul Bellone, Kim Tolleson for the Sophomores with Mario Amaroz and Junior. Yolanda Barragan, with Ruben Pulido. Accompanied by the Trojan marching band, the pageantry of the event reached its peak at halftime as Lori Gannone was crowned 1974 Homecoming Queen by last year's queen, Angie Marquez. Presented to Lori as gifts by the ASB were roses, a crown, and a silver platter, lags? 5 200 Activities A., thy Pau 1 A Activities 201 6' he look Cf love" . . . o o ,,, vmpkm Carving This year the ASB sponsored the first annual pumpkin carving contest. A large portion of the student body came to carve creative designs in pumpkins and enter them in the contest. The carving artists worked as representatives of clubs, organizations. and classes. At the conclusion of this day of toil, the awards were announced. Each pumpkin won an award in a different category ranging from most original to most Halloweenish. They were then placed on display throughout the school. Chris cutting up. Hil :UP MIM, K The group together. Whose radish is this? f 202 Activities Engineer Bob. 3 .. ' 7' his. bedtime QU if a a. .JL .Q as Rita waving bye bye. 'Tents n A Cradle" . . Iwildhood Reunion Day One of the numerous Senior Activities this year was Childhood Reunion Day. This event was held on January 30. The Seniors arrived at school in baby's garb and then met during the lunch periods to participate in children's games. David Matt was the winner of the airplane throw, while Mary Regan won the heavily contested bottle drinking competition. When the gunny sack race was over, Liz Edu and Chris Morales were declared winners. In all, it was a day to shake loose the present and relive the past. I ., y 'sf II .l . ,1- l r Ar' X I F Fm, on one her hh! V '- -.f ' 3, J ned' 1 K' "'w.. X Activities 203 6650 far AWQW9' . . . fereign Exchange Student Haereimail My name is Mary Reagan and I spent this year at Alisal High as your A.F.S. er. I come from a small country in the South Pacific called New Zealand. In describing New Zealand, I would say that it is a land of green hillls and fields, of mountains and lakes, of native bushes, and of small cities and towns. My hometown is New Plymouth which is a very pretty city of a little under 40.000. I have four brothers: three older. Paul, Kevin. Michael, and a younger brother, Philip. Although I find the life style in America very similar to what I was used to. I find school quite a different experience. In New Zealand I attended a parochial school with an enrollment of only 300 students! School emphasized academics far more than in America and classes such as home-making are not found in the school curriculum. I enjoy acting and reading, poetry. and I love Iisteing to music-Elton John and David Bowie especially. I also enjoy traveling and meeting people, and A.F.S. has really enabled me to do this! My year in America, the many wonderful people I've met, the places I've seen, the new things I've expereienced, and my time at Alisal will be in my memory always. Arahairue, Mary. 204 Activities Straight from the heart. WI fee A Song n y emi" . . . Assemblies This year, the Student Body was presented a double treat as two musical assemblies were sponsored within one week. First, on November 26. a group called PaPa Du Run De Flun played their tunes to the audience. Their music was a delightful mix of old '5O's songs to the surfer melodies of the early '6O's, Then, one week later, the U.S. Army Rock Band came to perform at Alisal. This band's program consisted of songs of the recent years, including some of this year's popular tunes. Both assemblies were well received and appreciated. 6 l me l i Activities 205 Sf if tflverythimg is M 395 W' , . I 9 a r3GCflUtlfUI99 o 0 0 3 A K .,. hristmas ICH The Christmas season descended on Alisal as usual and the school responded appropriately. First, there was the annual Door- Decorating contest, with winners chosen for their work. The music departments provided carols in the hallways and there was even a visit from Santa Claus. rewarding many students with candy canes. . ? ljfgpxlkk ' 4 r I 2 ,f cliff J lf' arm 5' ,,7H'I1f if if I f' Q . M ' vit' snowman But 53 S thfsnow??? ,f - F 43 r X- Q ' ,--. ' V' , K'-' W "' ,. N. te a. .. rl .iiififqiifl y -.flf'???p'f ' ,jS:a".:' w 1 .I ef. 'AEM Wal' L 6 Y its ' - . +2215 v"'Mr.,., me One tm soldier X MW 'nes ill!!! 206 Activities WI Am eman" . . . Redhead Basketball ame On February 13, the Hartnell Gym was invaded by the All- American Redheads Women Basketball Team. Sponsored by the Boosters Club and GAA. the girls met the challenge of One Hour Martinizing. a team consisting of Salinas area alumni. The Redheads staged a very entertaining exhibition at halftime, performing difficult tricks with basketballs. However, all was not fortunate for the Redheads, as their 36th game winning streak ended as Martinizing won 53-52. as Alisal grad Jim Huff sank a last second bucket. Although they lost. the Redheads proved to be a skillful team and provided much excitement in the games. L, ' 4 .4 xx. Songleaders entertain the crowd 2.0- --. lewis +.., .M I am ong, I am invincible. l wil r . fP' Activities 207 66 he Show Must Co 01199 . . . Barefoot In Ihe ark In its inaugural performance. the Alisal Drama Department presented Neil Simon's BAREFOOT IN THE PARK. This is a comedy concerning the hectic lives of a newlywed couple in New York City. Alisal's foreign exchange student, Mary Regan. demonstrated excellent acting ability in the lead role of Corie Bratter, the young wife. Keith Rice portrayed Corie's husband Paul. and Sandy Ruttschow was cast as Mrs. Banks. Corie's mother. Chris Wood was featured as Victor Velasco. the couple's bizarre neighbor, while Dan Ferdinando, Jeff Simpson. Tom McClusky, and Sheila Petticord rounded out the cast. This outstanding presentation could not have been possible without the hard work of play director Jose Marquez, Alisal's drama coach. The entire Drama department is truly to be commended for this fantastic piece of work. 208 Activities Corie Bratter Paul Bratter Mrs. Banks Victor Valasco The telephone man The telephone man The delivery man The delivery women Mary Regan Keith Rice Sandy Ruttschow Chris Wood Dan Ferdinando Jeff Simpson Tom McClusky Sheila Petticord rare ill view of 210 Activities 65 i WW N I E Ki g e ueen of Hearts Ralp suna and Marilyn Stud GI 009, 0 0 0 , Q ing And Queen earts A regular feature of the Valentine season. the King and Queen of Hearts Dance, was sponsored by the FFA. Throughout the week prior to the dance, many couples sold tickets for raffles in hopes of capturing the King and Queen of Hearts title. The dance commenced on Saturday the eighth, with "Three's the Limit" providing the music. Midway through the evening, the music was halted. The FFA officers announced Ralph Osuna and Marilyn Stidolph as the new King and Queen of Hearts. Raffle winners received calculators and radios. if If it if 2 fi 1 JH Q 3 532, J.. Q " ffffwhofmsllfiffii , 21, 1'Srliliiaia5P2l3ft1,:lEi'ilf?f f ii'i 'eifffl . '55 ti 5 2 t I wird. TTS. Wi iid is y M 3 f ig? ' the N iiie, K' iii .H f . it 'r g ., .fs Q as ,Q ' t V Sii a i i in ' ai? WH Q' 1 5 aft l "ii i 3 ff if 45 X J ' .. i Q, rv ,.p,a"""':' .,.. Mi. . 2 K with nw , 3 l l X y l 1 I I .,,, ...Wy f- l . , ' ,N, - J ,,-.Lb C A M: , ' Mr. 'Gilbert at the free throw line. 'Ss' '24, Wbancin In Ilwe oonlightn . . . freshman Ia night The class of '78 held its inaugural playnight on February 26, With Jorge Barragan in charge. the Freshmen Playnight included many original activities. Besides swimming. eating and fooling around. there was an ice cream-eating contest between Mr, Drake and Jorge Barragan. Also the Freshman officers met the challenge of the Administration in a basketball game. with secretaries acting as cheerleaders. As a finale for the evening. Three's the Limit provided an hour of music for the enjoyment of the Freshman Class. i -2,3-v Enthusiastic cheerleaders? 'Ji Activities 21 1 HUD V Venn . . . I I4-1 Basketball Homecoming Queen One of the highlights of this year's basketball season was Basketball Homecoming. Scheduled for halftime of the Alisal Salinas game. the basketball queen ceremony was rich with lovely ladies vying for the coveted title. Candidates were Grace Bandong with escort John Smith: Cheryl Favero, escorted by Mike Climer Janice Haydon, who chose Mike Pura for her escort: Chris Morales and her escort Gary Rowe: Kathy Powell, and escort Doug Gray and Betty Puterbaugh, escorted by George Robles. The gala event peaked when Betty Puterbaugh was named 1974-75 Basketball Queen She was crowned by AFS student Mar Fle an, and - - Y 9 presented roses and a silver tray by 'Cupid' Jorge Barragan. WEL gf if , . ., , t ig , C '-' f "i' . KA Q , , KIIE VV mi t I v t gg , S . . , J S N ,, K 1 f iwg, it l a il-'V in 1 if . J - i s "' i o L 'vibes 1 f E' 2 f, y , it iv , If A H Y . ,, ,,:ag, EU 1 J M " '-516 ' 'J as f . i ir- The soon to be crow ,QV l ,7 Puterbaugh with esc if , ' J Eff 212 il? 9445! -coming Basketball Queen. . Q 4,M,,'f4. ,V -5, -Q-ling?--. i " W - . ' , .sf i i P 4 ' 1 -'Q 1 -...f n . 1 Q - V' W . ' ' mfs ',..., i if 1 i i A f-5 Ol N -P .ia 4- b V W ' 'K A 9 ' av 41 Q - K 5, , O ' ff 6 E Q . - 0 - v at A , ' 1 H f K' f if- V 1 i f 1 , 'if H K ig i '5 2 I ' W 5 4 .XS Q. .. , L 5 .gi an . 2 hr... X ig 'fi M-, Activities 213 214 Activities You in't Seen Nothing Ye . . . allies During the prospective sport seasons, Alisal has always added a touch of class by staging rallies. This year proved to be no exception, with many of the entertaining shows being presented throughout the athletic seasons. Headlining all the shows was the action of the pep squads, whose routines and cheers greatly boosted the rooting spirit. Some very funny and original skits were usually offered as a gift from the Leadership class and its officialities. Coaches also appeared to introduce the teams and present their personal outlooks on the season. Lastly, there was always the popular class competition, offering the classes a chance to exhibit their own amount of school spirit. All in all, the rallies were very amusing and added some spark to the atheltic year. s. 1 ' Hmmm? "st rsss 2 .r tr. 7 E Ml' as s , .. . E df. . M- I W .W W., ! t 5 H , , ,gf 'HW' n . , fe avec F 'V . , ' v.. L. if 'X' f ,s-,E t sz Hifi' f 'L iff -:key 0 if ' .id be 4- I 2 , iw My-56- wx 1' ,fl Y -ft: +41 ,r.. 'L , 4 'f," V rt:-:Wy , ,L 4 fp V M 4 ff - .. , .f- -,y s . fy f I Q ' -A f fag if ft' ' . .am 3 L Y -r'.-, . is xr' V' S- x v r of if 1 .. 1 a Q L- ig , ' J . , ' .f, ',, ,- L T I T ' as 99 1 A l T71 i f , 1- .. df 31-1-. V .sis ' 1? ' . EiQflf7T'iff'i - fxgl X N 'ef' Nu 'I 1 - 5' 5 4' ' Y- ' T inf a E' ' .. l if J t A X U 9- ,f",' IL! . , Roch On . . - Stage Band For anyone who attended this year's rallies, basketball games or assemblies, the sound of the Stage Band was prevalent and familiar. This group performed at many activities, as well as for the pre-high schoolers throughout the county. They also displayed their talents in shows at the Salinas Golf and Country Club and the Masonic Temple. Officers were Richard Briggs, president: Mark Deome, vice-president. Melodee Fontana secretary, Michelle Puckett, treasurer and Ernie Felipe, technician. Z l Davestrumsitout. f y , .L . -' X k , . ,, , . v .. I . T' -A wr M " t . i 1" lil. 'X 3 . , , , ' ' " 1 Q., Stage Band putting it all together. 5 I L , sv' . git. g is 2' ',,' I i . 5 , , 5 1 as f . . ,L t. i Pulido with a solo. i fgoogies. ia! L x. x,NK4W .,.,,., ,I ' ,, 1 . .,.ff. 65 awe You Ever Been ellown . . . Vocal Department This year was a virtual success as Alisal's vocal orgnizaions ran true to form and kept the school's tradition lor excellent music. Miss Helsby was exhuberant in her praise for the vocal groups and was proud of all involved. The vocalists presented Christmas and Spring concerts for the enjoyment of the school and also participated in a valley-wide concert at Hartnell. They were rewarded well as they journeyed to San Francisco to attend the opera "Madame Butterfly." "l just have to say l love you in a song." K it ' Q K 5 if E, g ,. ., -.,-Q k,kW Q A H .W ,,.,,,,, K ' 'Y tw, in I 1, 'V ' T WM' 'W' Q " E '.,' 'jf T will is -x3f'jc- , - W, .HH-I V I , crcr f al 32. . 'fl 4' ' , ff: 'M t' 2 'i as, T i-t A . fi' 3 .Q - 1 ' W , , 'Tift tttt 'Eta ki '- T T j 'et -1- , - K-4 ' ' L. , ' in T N ...M ' N xv, e y A choirigad overthei paq , 1 2 6 Activities h amel - mo , rf! ff. 237- "W, 0 K I ...f 1 ' l and" 6'I3and on the Dun" O O I Department As in years before, the Alisal band continued to strive for a successful year. To raise money for their activities they held their annual pancake breakfast, two glass recycling workdays and a candy sale. After they had collected the necessary funds, the embarked to various competitions at Merced, Gilroy, Santa Cruz. Santa Ana, Long Beach and San Mateo. They also entered the Colmo Del Rodeo parade and the San Juan Bautista parade. Officers for the band were: President, Doug Gray, Vice-President, Carol Hale, Secretary. Gloria Domaloag and Treasurer. Melodee Fontana. Band Director. Mr. Horsley, is to be highly commended for a fine job in his final year of conducting the band. ,ti Preparing to step off. fps-. in -5' "Eat 'em all up!" Uwe edicated Musician f YQ" Q 'i . ., 4 , fff r '5' Y "' .. V- -w. 1, x f 4 Activities 217 ff maginen . . . rt Department The art department rarely receives credit for the fine work they do. This year much of their creations went virtually unnoticed, but for those who noticed it the artwork of these classes is excellent. Under the guidance of Mr. Lee and Mr. Johnon. students learn the major concepts of art. from basic patterns to complex designs. They also go on field trips to view the different art styles of the area. With the large quanity of exhibits around the school, the art department is becoming more visible. and its work more appreciated. fwi'gr"Gl:'1s.x.i!vP5f VY. ., iEi1...: .. :A A 'V Q -f 5. .iff-.M-vwfrf . ,gf Gi55.:.l Q y Xt. . .. .4 t 35 , 5 1 IDQ .4 :wir 4 t , w l w -., f ,G W K 5 5 D' ' Q p . .t V , ,Q 5 . V ., .. 4,5 iiaii dm mhgwf - in k rv rv -L RZ, ki iw ft W ww. L-. A Mr. Johnson advises a student. 7 zm -ummm 3 xy aw we an 39 .gf X. If tif, if: N, .5- 66 ahing are ID Business" . . . mmf: Department The Drama Department was mentored by Jose Marquez, in his first year in teaching at Alisal. Many productions were presented by this department. The annual variety show "Peak Night" was staged in February. They also produced their well received version of "Barefoot in the Park" as well as "The Curious Savage". As a reward for the members, the department journeyed to the Hartnell theater to view "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail". v . ax'-fs W. I An appreciativ diencel Activities 219 66 hen ill See You Qain?9' . . . YH! Student Eu sou do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, com uma populacao de 5,000.000. e eu estou muito feliz de estar aqui como a primeira esturante do YFUlYouth For Understandingl aqui em Alisal High School. Meu Pai ensinou Portugues em West Point. mas agora ele esta trabahando como Editor Associado de um jornal publicado para promover o interesse pelo Brasil na America. Embora minha mae tenha siro professora de Ingles ela agora trabalha como dona-de casa. Rio de Janeiro e uma cirade industrial e turistica no verao. Ainda tenho um ano e meio para me graduar no meu pais. Na minha escola nao poremos escolher as materias como nos poremos escolhe aqui em Alisal. Estou certa de que esta foi amaior experiencia da minha vida, conhecendo gente nova, aprendendo sua maneira de viver e sua cultura. Minha familia hospedeira ten sido maravilhosa para mim em todos os sentidos na minh temporado aqui em Salinas. Eq espero que voces tenham a oportunidade de visiar meu pais algum ria. por gue foi um prazer para mim conhecer todos voces aqui em Alisal High School. I am from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. which has a population of five million. I am very happy to be here as the first Y.F.U. lYouth For Understandingl student at Alisal High School. My Father taught Portuguese at West Point but now he is working as an Associate Editor of a Brazilian newspaper published to promote the interest of Brazil in the United States. Although my Mother was an English teacher. she is now retired and is a housewife. Rio de Janeiro is an industrial city and in the summertime. is a tourist city. l have to complete one and a half more years of school in order to graduate in my country, In my school we cannot choose the subjects we take. as we can here at Alisal. I am sure that the best experience I have ever had in my life is meeting other people and learning about their way of life and culture. My host family has been marvelous in so many ways during my stay here in Salinas. I hope you have the opportunity to visit Brazil someday. because it has been a pleasure for me to meet all of you here at Alisal High School. Flavia Vidal A , , Wondering . . ,. Pensive . r -"t 5 ,I N 'ev' gl 5 ' i :dl www ' ai+L2"f at Y 56Steppin' Cut, Donna Boogie Ioniten . vnior Playnite November 13th was the date for this year's third annual Class of 1976 playnight. The evening of fun began with volleyball games in in the gym and swimming. After these activities had washed up some appetities, a chicken dinner wasgpresented. As the evening drew to a close, the Juniors gathered in the Girls' Gym and danced to the sound of Mongoose. The junior officers are truly to be commended for an excellent job of presenting the playnight. "Please. i .QW Y A W 1' 0 1 we ' X I fl Mother's little helper we-P , "Look+what I caugh-H5 - J Mp' 1 . Ez 1 --we . I 552-J . , r mix f'i"Z2:+5f,uu A f wif 1' ,ye , X l Activities 221 ,Z AID HQIISI I I SEARS REX IVIOTEL 1002 S. lVlain ALISAL Ph. 422-6538 Ph' 4242561 HARDWARE FINE FASHION JEWELRY AT 305 Kern Sr. REASONABLE For A A PRICES. All 108 Williams Rd. SALINAS Your FASHION SHOVII Sh . Director: OPPWN d Ph. 422-5225 ee S CAROL HEIDEL Industrial 84 Commercial Specialists in. .. CONCRETET - P ILT U BUILDINGS 1Concrete Block +Steel Buildings AUTHORIZED DEALER STEEL STRUCTURE 'ESS Saunas Monterey 422-9696 375-9569 L L S O L 2I SL S 2 2 E I R 2 R SHUI 1' Ir ---ZINEIIIIIJIIIIATII GENERAL CONTRACTORS License No. 126454 Ph. 212 E. Alisal 651 S. Sanborn Rd. Salinas 1460 VALLEY CENTER BOWL Salinas 1081 South IVIain Ph. 422-9301 Where you hear what you've been missing. 222 Advertisements gk 9 iv XEA VI 0 'ae 'NQQI X E A X o if 0 Josirws Class Rings Caps and Gowns Senior Announcements ff' 3 -.,..-nl-""" HOUSE Cf DAVID 824 E. Alisal , Specializing in hair cutting for the 'F' at Natural Look lf -.M "WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HAIR" '- T. 19- V ' ' 1 1 ' Member Amercian Gem Society - - - - ,'-an 0 ,4 , C it r .Q ' '9G1 2':" ,D , A 936 South lVlain Street --Salinas, California 93901 t Q LAL--J., ' Art Carved Diamond Center Y ':'f'KQ - "" ' ' ,M J f M 2 A ouiK STOP -'J X mm 339 Williams Rd. Don Wilson IDISCHEI YEAIQIBOCIK The little store with a big heart Advertisements 223 CAlVIANY'S IVIAR KET 1515 Second Ave. Open from 8:00 - 7:00 "We Give S and H Green Stamps" WA .S 5 PHARMACY 7935 san uncun cmvon nu. SIUNIS- CIUF- PHONE 663 - 2115 ibwgsil- E 5 giigf Pnuusmuz MCDEIQN MARINE ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 3 822 East Alisa! "WorId's Best In Dry Cleaning" FOODFAIR MARKET fresh r duce 695 East Alisal St. choice 9 pro Ph. 424-4101 our DIN S SUPEIQMAIQKEI Ownm Don and Hank meats Ph. 422-0841 950 Sanborn Rd. "you deserve a break today so get up and get away. . . " McDonald's ' I TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 840 East Alisal 1365 North Main 224 Advertisements 5 1 ffl That's H. Salt, Esq. X 5 ii is 'F' 1 ,Y 3 j My Bag FISH AND CHIPS 5 ,R T si? T + H. SALT, ESQ. 3' S' J " ff' A A Alisal Center Take-Out , , R J Open Every Nite 'Til 9 RESTAURANT . 1 - if 41 ' BOGGIATTO PACKlNG'CO., INC. 5 Artichoke Specialists G td 5 T' ' L A 11000 Blackie Rd., Castroville, CA 95012 V if LAUREL CHEVRON SERVICE 650 E. Laurel Dr., Salinas, Calif. Telephone - 424-7536 . W----A...-.....,,. M ,,,,,m, . , IHE IAIDY SHUI? .r- 3 Y 'Y-,, , 6 f' 1 l N-P iff! Q fig., ,f fff ,517 '11 A TT .0 - .fftftim -..,s,?f.i jf J 1 1 Q, B Q IV,,.-.v. 1- S 'P E r .' li I Q 5 J i'i'..fwL . Ae . 9 E I C." - V ' if 1 i'. i'g,?1 r,.,F':v 1. J Z .' J K A I ' 5' A . - iS A L .. . . - 'tr - ' . - iiiiwi-1 1 fd.. 'L-fa, -. . , .hd xiqggigbkoo AT?,EtlXl,.QS,M - ,..., ,.,4..M X , V K V " A A" H - T-2 . -:VA I 11,5-2517! -, ' K .rg -2 Good Luck to all the Students THE GLASER BROTHERS 4: 'T I I ll'ARRiu0 Hkus. l1n.f4Zl4yW,,,q J GREENS CAMERA SHOP ph. 42 Photographic supplies and equipment. 4-5247 305 lVlain St. WERS 9 Advertisements 225 JEANETTE'S LINGERIE 5 ICE.. I SHERWOOD MOBIL 144 Kern Street Salinas, California 93901 IIQIM 8 PIQIM C0mDl9U-2 D09 f5"00mlfl9 ' All Breeds CALIFORNIA ARTICHOKE and SDGCIHIIZIUQ In P00dleS VEGETABLE GROWERS CORP. fbathing 'fTrimming "Scissoring 906 N. Sanborn Rnd. Ph. 424-6890 Cb' Five Days A Week P. O. Box 1247 - Castroville, California SALINAS BOB FORGNONE CHEVRON DRIVE-IN MARKET Atlas Tires, Tubes, -Batteries and Accessories 177 Williams Rd. Ph. 422-8612 421 Monterey Street Ph- 422-6456 Salinas, Calif. 226 Advertisements PEI?SI'C0lII YOU'VE GOT A LOT TO LIVE PEPSI'S GOT A LOT TO GIVE. THE ACTION MAN SLACKS f TGI' ,fs S511 E. gi in A :.-Q A fl Ili' pi I I If I I I .L I LEVIS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY QW 16 West Romie Lane Mon, thru Fri. 9:30-9:00 Your's to Share at THE ciiounb We're open seven days a vveek for lunch, dinner and late evening snacks. For fast service phone 424-0603 To eat here or to go Share a little pizza Saturday 9:30-6:00 Sunday I I:00-5:00 A with someone you love 706 East Alisal Robert Dunn J8tIVI HA FI DWA R E and President LIGHTING I408I 424-4861 AL VELASOUEZ Phone 422-7478 RESIDENCE 4222336650 E.AIiSaI-Salinas Builders Hardware and Lighting Specialists 351 Main Street 'X' Salinas, Calif, From Monterey- Ph. 375-0366 9390I Advertisements 227 " W ws. gas 557, A p,. ww K ,fa f , t W Covoka tqqna 1 gg. r . . , ix fx: uxiuc I I' i mwgmg 0d911:.,f.,,,,,.,,1s?2g J 18771 HOOVER STREET 449-6869 SALINAS, CALIFORNIA 93901 Beautiful Brides Choose Exclusive Wedding Photography 4 1 iwif, , hui , auf' - fa- 1' Wedding Dress and Tuxedo Furnished By HOLNlAN'S DEPT. STORE BX -' x I ,- f ', ' W 5g5mMJW , H , ZQQQH: you Manu' 1' .E ?'og. Regis Cf7001ff6 U!JOS4fE fxfffvofuel. fxwieifvxg , TKe,.5f1.-wlffoe, ,-,,7'1ey,?'fQS4, 54 A, V X 654 !!,.91ffh43ff:f7.6 ,IIU fl? f!fffU4o44.7Tg7?l, GENERAL ELECTRIC T.v. Ph- 758-3884 STEREO AND APPLIANCES 710 East Marker IBIJIQNES IEIJIQNIIIJIQE 230 Advertisements ffffga R 1 Y,,,Af ...- . rg V' .W wmv . 53? 4 6""fawjl'9'5"'T ' SLE. 435 SlD'S DHDAIQIMENI M 5s QlJAlIIY MAIQKEI 201 Williams Rd. Salinas, Calif. Ph. 424-1045 We Specialize In Fresh Meats Store Hours 7:30 A.M. 1' 9:30 P.M. Specializing in Mexican Food to Go Telephong Street l408l 422-2410 Saunas, Calif. 93901 The Burrito Hut Phone 424-1951 424-1952 ROSSI DISTRIBUTOR, INC. . 1044 Harkins Road LAUREL HEIGHTS SHELL P.O. Box 93 Salinas, Ca. Duane Wiseman, Owner Telephone l408l 758-2251 705 Sanborn Road Salinas, California 93901 SAN -' JOSE FAI RVVAY MARKET MERCURY 323 Williams Rd. Ph. 424-5665 Salil'laS , Your friendly little supermarket SUbSC"lb9 today HOW WOLF SIGN SERVICE DAILY MARKET Phone 4490009 32 Williams Rd. 1343 Adams sum Salinas. California 93901 Serving the Nicest People in Town 232 Advertisements AARCO' Phone 663-3566 Nxklxu lil I J i 5, Jake,s Arco Service Tune-up and Brakes 2347 San Miguel Canyon Rd. Prunedale, Calif. 93901 Jake Parker, PVOD PETTIGREW AND FOLETTA AUTO PARTS Wholesale-Retail 10865 Merrit Street Castroville Good Luck 84 Best Wishes To The Class of 1975 DIAMOND CEMENT CONTRACTOR INC. General Engineering and Building P.O. Box 2062 Mike N. Chacon Tele- 422-9480 President Salinas, Calif. ARROW HARDWARE GABILIAN PLAZA APTS. 736 Williams Rd. 7 Williams Rd. Unfurnished 1,2,3, Br. Apts. Paint, Plumbing Supplies, Storage Sheds "Your Home Improvement Center" Ph. 753.4522 Q I3 71 t . it n ho.. 626 East Alisal Ph. 424-1503 Plumbing-Heating-Sheet Metal ANDERSON FURNITURE COMPANY LEWIS SERVICE 84 SUPPLY CO. Complete Home Furnishings Ph 422-9651 "Service that Serves" Since 1937 251 E- Market R?f"iQ9I'afi9f" I 1286 N. lVIain Street Telephone Salinas, CA Alr Conditioning Salinas, California 449-1727 ROSOFF'S 621 E. Alisal Home Furnishings Ph. 424-2507 5 convenient credit TO IVIR. GARY HORSLEY plans In dedication for his unselfish service to the Band and the School for ten years. Gloria Ball GLORIA'S CRAFT'S AND GIFT'S Sherwood Gardens Shopping Center Band Boosters Telephone 927 No. Main sr. l408l 424-5950 Salinas, calif. 93901 234 Advertisements .gn al 'i ,gag .gl .1515 ,g.' 9 s'I in ,i" 451i 'aug gf, ,i 1 1' Mi NX iw- A-1 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 425 Nlain Street Dolly and BoIJ,s PHOTOGRAPHY 211 NIAIN ST. - SALINAS, CAL. 939O'I - 424-5556 ROBERT E. AND DOLLY ROOD OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY BY BOB ROOD JR. V ,1 Xxf, ' 'f ,sf liter Qi-c in iw s,....x HIL? I2 i , JOY-l3H2'S SHOES 918 South IVIain Street Valley Center Salinas, California Advertisements 233 J, R if a Q Best wishes to the class of '75 Paul J. Farrell D.c. ,K if Why? Because "She's" There David Banda "74" li We could have. . .We should hav wo ld x Nlay God bless the class of "75" Capt. Thomas World The Salvation Army Congratulations to the class of 1975. S.J. U net To my piglet with elf ears: A wise old owl lived in an oak, the more he saw, 3 ,the ?s he spoke: The less he spoke, Qhe ore he heard- Why can't we be like that old bird? From Your Ideal i"Never miss a chance," Papa had once said, "to keep your mouth shut." And ,the more I studied on it, the sounder it grew.-- Robert Peck in A DAY NO PIGS WOULD DIE Compliments of the Library Staff "Life is a journey. Not a destination. Weire free to go where we wish and to be what we are. The main thing in life is not to be afraid to be human." P.C.,S.L.S. Janice Haydon The secret of teaching is in respecting the pupil. Longfellow Mike Seitz PREFER RED RISK-I NSU RANCE COMPANIES Auto-Church-Home-Life DlCk Dvk 72 Marigold Wy Ph 422-2382 Salinas, Ca. COLONIAL MANOR A Home away from home Residential care home Manager Hazel Burks, Richard Burks Phone l408l 758-3525 Personal service by "Joe" Williams as I , REAVlS8rWlLLlAMS -f-5' -- "Custom" Builders, lnc. Contractor's License No. 272462 Telephone Bus. 758-3825 Res. 449-3223 606 E. Alisal St. P.O. Box 5376, Salinas, Ca. 93901 PINKEY'S RESTAURANT Breakfast, Lunch, Dinners Food to go Owner William P. Turner MEAL! rin fY - ne-- lx YO ,fe .' proud 910 No. Sanborn Road, Salinas, Calif. 93901 I 1 'LEEEIE e45wiuram5noad,salmas,ca.939o1 HARRY WARDWEl.l.'S IVI cz g n cm v o x HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS "When one door closes, another opens, But we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us." A.G. Bell Jessie Pabros I'm sure that in the years to come I will remember the good times and the bad times, but more than anything else I'll remember the people of Alisal High. Thanks for everything. Phil Dyk PATRON AD Goodfriends wish to extend its congratulations to the class of ,,75,, Goodbye, good luck, and "get lost." The class of '75 has experienced more than its share of major changes. We were the first class to have the J.S. Prom off campus, actually make money on the Christmas ball, and have our advisors get married! lNothing like a close classl We had a lot of our ac- tivities at the end of the year and gOt to know each other very well, but no matter how many years go by we will always happily remember our years at Alisal. We hope and pray to find you all successful and happy at our 5 year reunion. Good Luck and May God bless. P.S. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Mortensen and Mr. Espinza, everything was neato burrito. 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