Amador County High School - Skip Yearbook (Sutter Creek, CA)

 - Class of 1968

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Q1 K :twa- N W T215 he 2 4 3? 555 5 2 .32 XJ my Q x sxxXx swffifb .A gfiimyo .iiyvyg Nisxgv TJ G was of 461968 i i ft .g gl A, I ,,,. .,. pp, "S tk, was 5 -2.5 Photo Editor-Mike Hobbick, Editor-Jean Vaira, Associate Editor-Craig Fancher, Assistant Editor-Celeste Plaister To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven, A time to be born, and a time to dieg a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is plantedg , A time to break down, and a time to build upg a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing, A time to weep, and a time to laughg a time to keep, and a time to cast away, A time to rend, and a time to sew, a time to keep silent, and a time to speak, A time to love, and a time to hate, a time of war, and a time of peace . . . ECCLESIASTES 3: 1- 8 Our high school years are short and very exciting. They are filled with moments of happiness and disappointment, joy and sorrow. These years will form the foundation of our future, and the base of our lives. Take this time to look back once again, and relive your memories, for, though they are over, they will never be forgotten. wmlfafka. 1 'l We move, we think . . . We talk, we act .Q .11:g3g,Q'EL ....-1: ,E1 2 if 1' pg yv ng I K L ff gm ,V t , W r I, , .55 .i ff- 5 ff .4 Q 'a in ! 4 I A., . 15 A F K 1. m'-mfw fy 4 , f 'f M K 'A . Q5 I , A yum, MQ .6 . , , .V M, pf,-fm-f,4""g1-fear"2 L' A ' f.mk.,,Q-fx.Q,jzyA1wg,,pf,, . f 1 2 - I 1 , .1 ,',f+' , 5, i Q: , 5' W Q '. ' . . A W X 'F yi . Y . ..g MIM xx it ' ' Q. ' . Wi' ' A iv' J" J , Q ' 1 1 'Q T - ui' . , X 5 my . 'A . 'w .- A ' V41 'Q ' nj at fill ' V .,' X' VJ, , ,sw . , - e 1-, ' 55555 , Mm an W 35215 3225 W., My 5?-QT' 5. .ii V v..v ifgmggfi- "1 aww- .. 1 . -1 1 M -unqu- 2 W, ...N W i N flux? fi gf we Mwvfiiiffli M! pjfyfib ,X wif W In our daily routines . . . We seek dimensions for tomorrow F' A Alma M ater Alma Mater bold and true, Sing to praise the white and blue School of the fair and brave, Proud may thy banner wave. Pledge allegiance to thy nameg Amador uphold your fame. May your honor never fail, Hail, Hail, Hail! .J Q mum! w4"K'L'-J.: , Mir 104 My " iff, fffqsnff' v 1 f yr, :ft- HN' 'Q if 11 'I 'V 1 TMQDGOGS Fork RM IO On to Victory On to victory, The white and blue will win today. Down from Sutter Hill Onto the field, we forge our wayg Hey, Hey, Hey! When we've won the game, Throughout the landg We spread our fame. Yea, with all our might For Amador we'll fight, fight, fight! Athletics -,,--W, The key to teamwork . . . Is formed through eo-operation rack I., - -Q.. D. Gillrnore, D. Souza, B. Pinotti, T. Gandara, B. Bagshaw, M. Tillison, E. Arata Coach: Jim Davis Last year we were quite fortunate to have Dwight C. Foyil, repre- senting Amador County High School in a state-wide field events com- petition in San Diego. He scored a high of 13' 6". w Q 45 Back row: T. Gandara, B. Partington, M. Cranford, B. Spencer, B. Birge, I. Paulhamus. Front row: S. Loehr, D. Foyil, C. Fillmore, J. Tirapelle, J. Consolo Coach: Jess Gonzales Dwight Foyil :ww- ryf .iii , f. . 5 54.2. V , if :S REQ Qs g 5... 5 'iii il. .Q ' 5. R 35. Q LL S, 1-ar 5 ' '-. Tenni R . . -:J . , f v S. X. 5 -.. g 'bi' fvfffg-g .-5 2 .... K I - . 1 N EE: RQ Q nr 3252. V359 C. Davis Coach: Paul Van Erden D. Walsh, C. Holman, K. Upton 1 Z I Back row: J. Holman, R. Spencer, P. Plaister, B. Spencer, D. D'Agostini. Front row: J. Kuhl, C. Bowers C. Plaister C. Emer n . 1 50, Back row: A. Rosenthal, J. Deaver, E. Knudson, R. Howard, R. Cantrell, C. Fitze, G. Toll, Front row: R. Wenzell, P. Wenzor, A 1 s 3 .... Q ,. Q MQW , 311553 .ii . .. 5.1. . .. . is rw.. sim . .. . .,. A. Merrill B. Birge P. Van De Hei K. Rodman Wrestling Coa ch: Dennis Larson B. Meneely M. Lombardo D. Souza C. Frederick Back Row: T. Craven - manager, C. Evans, R. Iverson, T K1111an C FOy11 M Gran nini, D. Cooper. Front Row: B. Moran, M. Nesse, C. Cassagrande M Lombardo D B Jauch, J. Crain Amador 3 Amador 4 Amador 4 Amador 2 Amador O Amador 7 Amador 15 Amador 5 Coach: Dennis Larson Coach: Richard Richards E1 Dorado Galt Clarksburg Bret Harte Calaveras Calaveras Ione Jackson 'F 1 a n n . e . e ' V, X, X . , 1 JSM: 1' kj. . Xl, A -N . r f . - n - 1 , In , , J , W iw? I V V nfl. :K+ ,fx 34 XA! . . Q 1 gem 'w i D-X 1 .P X 11'-. yn. W X 6 NXl',-x,jN,- atf- A so i Xfv I X U X5 Xe W -59? A Q ff ' Exfxflga ww' mf. Q as 5 N Xx 3' XXX fb I 5 PKK ' Pe fx' , ,Nag X 1 553 X232 ? ' A dbx I as 1 . kv' J X .3 5 . j H fx, W A., 6 . , , .wfzwf . . X 4 Z., I V 5 5' 1' . y ...N ,.,, , x N T . if 14 4 ' 'Ken .7 We ' X J ' ' .. - K " ' V 1. . ' ' " 5 fx f f a , g E..fTj nz.: 1 ' , X fm' I v or ' . -'ig' 5 1 - i n K is i .N 5 . V. Vw K ,, .X ' Q9 ,,LL f L iz m ' J " 'y' . 5. f in 5? I ' ?I1 A .. s- ,. ' . 3' 1 -. '- K ' ' X, L 1 .V VQN '1 fl , I , , - 1 . l-3 o Q k r-.LL X I Back row: I. Faddis - manager, J. Kelly, J. Avila, R. Gager, D. Eliskovich. Front Row: L. Oneto, K. Rodman, B. Conarroe, G. Davis, M. Emerson, G. a ll 1, l X '92 .11 .., J-4 Dave Souza 5' 8" l291bs. Varsity'Football Mike Burke Tony Gandara Bob Pinotti 1431bS- 5'7" 1461bs. 5'11" 163 lbs Q S Chuck Foyil Rich Spencer John Davis Bruce Bruner 0" 176 lbs. 6' 1" 1'791bs. 6' 2" 185 lbs. 6' 6" 215 lbs Coach: Jess Gonzales Coach: Jim Davis Amador 45 . . Amador 27 . . Amador 19 . . Amador 14 . . gag! y ' Jack Brusatori 5' 11" 165 lbs. A g f 5 ,, . 1 , - f-ga 1,3 A. 1' A ex s.,f ra"l . , L iaivssmweiw -, I "w w is - f , 111 V , M f r 1 .WJ fy- N' 1 , ?,fg. ,,.5: 4 ffff? " - 1 a ' 1, 5 " ' , A , -41:5 v 1 . - " ' , '- 'f', 3, ff' " " 351 f "" M rs: r'rr fs-A , ,H 1, Mike Lombardo 5' 9" 220 lbs. lone 0 Paterson 13 Rio Vista 6 Courtland 14 Scores l i? 1 NL in ' HJ' N Lk a. ..rr ' . , fssri : ., - .. . 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Summerville 6 Amador . . . . . . Jackson 6 We 've go S pirit! 99 downtown RS rally -FEES, Y!! 'gn E 4 I 1 4, .. S s x x I X f Ft, I I f r ww, ,vw ...galmmlnl 47 Homecomgzg 67-68 6cWhat a gripping absolutely rippin moment . . . " 25 Varsity Basketball F Coach: Paul Van Erden Varsity Seniors - ,fi ,fs-Stew! FV? g i , r s K.. iik , N,, , L tii A RQ 3 "" 'jeg 1535 ,r 9 gi H 355-R X . Q ,MU Bob pinom Mike Ilobbick Tony Gandara I. D. Crownover 26 Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador 68 - Ione 34 86 - Bret Harte 64 61 - Jackson 63 45 - Calaveras 74 45 - Summerville 56 M,L.L. TOURNAMENT Amador 48 - Calaveras 67 ""'w-...ta Craig Fancher Bruce Bruner Amador 58 - Amador 81 - Amador 48 - Amador 52 - Amador 57 - 5, W' 1 'f M gd' lone 44 Bret Harte 53 Calaveras 57 Jackson 47 Summerville 47 RIO VISTA TOURNAMENT Amador 68 - Liberty 83 Amador 61 - St. Mary's 83 Amador 65 - Gonzales 45 Jim Truscott Manager J. V. Basketball Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador Amador lone 47 Bret Harte 36 Jackson 33 Calaveras 44 Summerville 48 Ione 29 Bret Harte 48 Jackson 38 Calaveras 52 Summerville 54 .4199-Q fv- Tk "W1 xg, in ,F ,,kk t.,, V ,. X- ri 'Z gr. . -4- 'x .4 - K:-WWWQ , 1'1" K . mf A KQWQ'-msf'V W' f -A ,V -gQCAu'YXa12 Jy,g3g?mmt:.A.,f.f', . wa? xi ,xg-'23 if '1 " M" f 'E-gif. 4 R Q X' , A gh,1+..',A, ,Aixam x .M 2 P Y' it o Xp W CW L L L1 N3 AJ ' KJ W A up f La , NC Q7 Qi? 3 LQ QQ QMQQQ Sportsmanship O7 Creates moments of. . . Trial and triumph Error and excitement 1 , . 3 I 1 f A Varsity Susan Lawrence Laura Oneto, head Linda Weston Claudia Holman, head Tammy Sturm Betsy Carleton Yell eaders Qin? ' 1 f-"TY ZW ,,1,, V J 6. . N . N 95 K, .. no ,fl K N4 was Paulette Mlllkey I-lead: Cindi Oehler Carlys Barrick Lynn Maclvlannus Patty Robertson Hilary Carroll are ? n l,ln lrnlrrnrrlr. l 5 Rall ommittee The Amador FHA has adopted 10 year old Lu Chia-Fan in Taiwan. She attends third grade: her favoriet course being arithmetic. Tidying the room is Chia-Fan 's only chore. Her favorite pas- time is jumping rope. First Row: C. Fisher, K. Roberts, R. Johannesen, K. Pearson, C. Mote, I. Faddis. Second Row: R. Houeteur, I. Truscott, P. Gilmore, C. Stewart, M. Cole, R. Vose. Third Row: R. King, P. Carleton, P. Van De Hel, S. Scharffer, F. Faddis, R. Paifie. Fourth Row: C. Klotz, V. McQuirk, C. Miller, A. Vaira, K. Giannini, C. Fitze. Fifth Row: N. Amonini, P. Germoiis, M. Giamiiui, A. Kaiser, M. Biagi, 1. Welch. sixfifliiifz LD. Dixon, C. Lucas, J. Gallup, G. Findly, R. Howard, A. Schartz. Seventh Row: L. Randolph, R. Cantrell, G. Whitlock, B. Meneely, J. Welch, C. Lucas -'.i I J S- is X Majorette: Denise Esola Drum Major: Ida Hopkins 3 f A 1 Q -f v - -- f .7 A K- , so , . 4 NH- X ,L Q n 1 n Q 3 'X X X X M X , X 0 ' , frg Xxxxgxxx 'X' X SKA X 4' Qn NU - 5 X K X xx X L YK - Q I Mascots: Paula Johnson and Debbie Bush Amador . . . Home o the herd 'md' v-ff Q 'M "Blue Thunder " 'fmhm l R as ' I " . -' x x o " Q 1 XY V ' m - ,. FJ' . 11 V , - " " A 1 J- , -4 ' -11.4 ., .. ' X,1..QM v,' 'f L' ,' R , s',w.44R ff, pf' . , , ., W x. 'frA?,+-.aff-:, 5m T'-fT'551 ':g'lA5ffnl92T' H ' , ' VM, 4' '.- . w, ,, v.,,,','vqXf QM., . , Q 73 1 . Y, am f lwnegfn-lkf A fag A' .aiivaaw-swa, rimL."4?w.w?'?-mY fx QA: ,:M535if5f. . SSTL , . 1 ff. X -.,,fjw,,.1V" 'fag , NMR'-if 55 'Y 4' . "QgfvgQiQ 1,1243 'i1z5f"4g' H", :ff X T' . , sf' K W-51 V! ,,,L 'lr "nf As '-11. Ku .HAH ,,-,Q L if .- .- .. - - 1 3 I W , ' J K T: K - 'ai 5 ,... K f T15 ions We obtain Unity and Experience By doing Student Leader Andy Merrill, Student Body President As graduation approaches, the end of the most sensational four years of my life draws to an end. No longer will there be the rallies, dances, games, or any of the other activities we took for granted when we had them. Next year we will enter a new worldg one of happiness, sadness, victory, and defeatg with the hope of reach- ing the goals we have finally established. Some of us will reach these goals, and some will not, and some won't even have this chance. We can only assume that these years have given us our first step, and, hope that this first step is in the right direction. To those of you not leaving this year, make the most of the coming years, for once you've wasted them they' can never be reclaimed. I can only hope that your high school years can be as memorable and fun-filled as mine have been. Always, Chorus 3 ACHS 5 Gov "t. ndy M 11 d v."4.r ...f -,. . v Block 66 M 0 lcers president: Rich Spencer vice-pres.: Mike Lombardo Sec. -IISHS.: Bruce Bruner sgt. at arms: Tony Gandara .nl G.A.A sec. -ueasurer, Janet Creason vice-president, Nancy Antonini president, Joey Deaver advisor: Gail Welk -. R 'fi an ,Ni QQ Off Lcers president: Mike Redding reporter: Robert Dixon secretary: Kevin McClain sentinel: Dan Murray treasurer: Rick White vice-pres. : DOH Vance F.H.A First Row I Rollins C Scroggins I Trquet, J. Fine, D. Pohler, G. Hyland, N. Bruns, K. Ratto, C. Severit, J. Ransdell F Whittington B Sparks P Parker, M. Pasquetti, J. Parr, L. Avila, L. Weston, Y. Wagner, D. Esola N Randolph L McMannus S Lawernce J. Sturgen, L. Tirapelle, L. Oneto, D. Lasich, K. Anderson, K. Fer- retti K Henny Second Row K Upton J Watts, B. Upton, C. Klotz, L. Critchfield, J. Lucas, J. Deaver, C. Cukrov K Miller M Meyers H Carroll C. Holma, C. Heryford, T. Sturm Third Row: L. Mc- Mannus B Roberts C Hunt C Fitze C Emerson, K. Scott, Y. Penrose, T. Green, M. Soares, J. Watts, C. Russell S McClain D Walsh P Germolis, L. Donaldson, L. Glica, B. Walton, D. Newsom, B. Heryford, D. Ferrecro A Vaira D Elder B Fowler, Fourth row: P. Robertson, M. Giannini, J. Blankenheim, K.YGiannini, L Bacon IL Robertson, R Pame J Porres, V. MacQuarrie, D. Bush, E. Snooks, K. Weston, N. Lorentva, L. A Officers: First Row: J. Vaira, V. P. Recreation and Finance, S. Scharffer, Sr. Rep.g Chris Klotz, Soph. Rep.g Miss Hall, advisory J. Vaira, Frosh. Rep., Barbara Evans, Jr. Rep.: L. Magud, V.P Recreation: Betsy Carleton, song leaderg C. Plaister, Treas.g P. Mulkey, V.P.g C. Mulkey, Pres. P. Johnson, Sec.g C. Barrick, Parlia.g C. Oehler, His. L '4 x gf Q5 A Service Club Advisor: Mr. Toy Frosh Rep.: J. Vaira Sepia Rep. : Klbgliryni Jr. Rep. gklffmwhittington Sr. Rep.: C. Fisher Sgt.-at-Arms: J. Creason Reporter: H. Carroll Treasurer: J. Vaira Secretary: L. Magud President: N. Amonini Advisor: Miss Hall Brunch IFIED SC' f? t t inance Top row: lyflike Dalqgi Lorenudneto Calvin Fredrick Bill Hale Bottom row: Bob Randolph Jeannie Pinotti Head: Mark Nesse Casey Cassigrande Rich Spencer Advisor: Dennis Larson Frosh Rep. Iegnnjg Pinotti Soph Rep. Nancy Merrill Jr. Rep. Celeste Plaiste Sr. Rep. Carol Schartz Head: Jeanette Parr ai? ee rr C.S.F ' L - W Q K ',, l . lk L , Wa x M t Kevin Hobson, presidentg Nancy Merrill, V. -president: Celeste Plaister, secretaryg Paulette Mulkey, treasurerg Joev Deaver, historiang Carolyn Fitze, sgt. -at-arms 48 Advisor: Rouze Foote Karen Scott pres. , 2nd sem 'qos' Y . f ff "Adil, 4455 A.F.S 50 0 icers Soph. Rep. - C. Lucas, Advisor - Mrs. Danilovich, Fr. Rep. - S. Van vleck, Jr. Rep. - L. Donald- son, Am. Abroad Char. - Celeste Plaisrer, Seb. - H. Carrol, Pres. - C. Fisher, V. Pres. - C. Fisher, V. Pres. - A. Merrill, Sr. Rep. - R. Spencer, Hostess - C. Gianni, Publicity 4'M.x-lgplatgl--1-AAL-7777 66 eeriov South-A rican Style "I heard in February that I had been ac- cepted for the AFS winter program. I was still in the midst of my basic infantry training, and America seemed very far off. My initial feeling of delight turned to apprehension when I remembered that Americans were very igno- rant of my country. I was more-or-less ex- pecting someone to ask if I had Tarzan's auto- graph. Finally, army was over and I arrived at Amador. My first three impressions of major differences in the schools are still with me. l Firstly, we are forced to pay more attention 3 to teachersg standing up when they enter the room and addressing them as "sir. " Secondly - we dress more formally than Americans with white shirts, a tie, and jacket. Thirdly, Americans chew far more gum than we, and this I noticed very much as everyone's jaw seemed to be moving. E We are more chivalrous to our girls than American boys Qeven though we call them hangsjg opening doors etc. , whereas in America, girls have to shift for themselvesg which they seem to do very well, Some- thing that I shall never forget is American football. It's the quickest way 22 guys can commit suicide. It looks like a mixture of tank warfare and chess. In football, just because you might tackle the guy with the ball, you are flattened by his teammates. I have honestly had a thoroughly enjoyable year, with plenty of pleasant experiences and memories to take home with me. All I can say is thank you very much, Amador, and I hope that someday Ishall see some of you again. Perhaps I can be host to some of you in my country because it is always hard to say goodbye forever. " , i . David Levin , 0 l 1 A lj 52 Northern California YMCA Co-ed Conference W I Sud" i 53 Drama S peec Giles Turner, advisorg Debbie Bush, sec. -treas.: Ida Hopkins, president Leonard Brusatori, vice-president David Levin was top trophy man of the year. 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A 944.44 Us M , .5 4:5 ' M73 K .. ka, I A' -W . iw HEY: "-L' V- 1, qi, ,, , .f "E 1 Q mw- YEL' Q Wg 3 , ! A W. 1 X ai 9 ,IV . 01,1 ., :mg 1 N ,314 M , . f 4 fnwa ' 'JL-f'Q,4.f X--Ml - vs 'fm af-2 . f ,J f' N ,wfwf yfwfh 'ig' 41, . , " I ,.,.1 4 mwsz, QM. n " n 'lr A ll ,P - K . ff Cv' ag g .1 - .1 1 K, " 1: .F I if , if ration Q J, hh Qiffff i A, A JJ K, MW 19 r 11, .eb , 1 M ,ve XM if N 1' . fb 1 fr 7 A I, ,X df' !.,f1vf0" f' V? fo 2 Jlfzf I ' " IN MW ' J' W iff! W ff 0 ' Q 0 X NW fi' L' M -'db JJ A Q! X0 GMX? 1? 0 xwjvff X W f1 wb J My C777 fi bi VV! , V D 1 ' ' J L I I A f if Jgvww 'V fi J JU W A 2 ,Q e we ,Wf M ,TWV Jlff 'P . ,752 fi J 5 W ,, if A af, if I' ,KIVL Lfjff Ziyi? Cp W OZ' , fffbf' M M if My 6 'Q gc' J1JvO if , 7,f7f f, ficj J 9 fl' X? ,Q ,af I J fy X ij f ,-fpbril Off fwv ,A'A 7261" JMU. Ilijigeff ff , ,,A 1 5,132 Their guidance i ii We follow . . . From their leadership We pro it 57 n Appreciation Leland O. Glandon, graduate ofa Wheatridge, Colorado High School and U. C. Berke- ley where he majored in Political Science and received his Masters Degree in Education. He served Sutter Creek Union High School as a teacher, vice-principal, and coach until December 1, 1934. At this time, Mr. Glandon became principal. In 1949, under his leadership and guidance, the school name was changed to Amador County High School. July 1. 1952, the OFC Madre Unified School Districtwas formed with Mr. Glandon serving as District Superintendent. He retained this position for fifteen years, until his retirement on June 30, 1967. Mr. Glandon has served our school for 37 1X2 years as teacher-coach, vice-principal, principal and District Superintendent. On his retirement the Board of Trustees, honored Mr. Glandon by naming the new gymnasium for him. It was dedicated on December 23, 1965. Mr. Glandon had a deep interest in sports and the gym is a fitting memorial to his work at our school. Richard Spencer Libby Littlefield Trustee Trustee Board Trustees i. In mes Lucas Superintendent James Hunt Rilyllllllld Esley Leslie Crain Trustee Trustee Trustee f iv 'QQ ,M in :ff .W 1 . ., H. -A . - .. ., , ., fm' TVV " W A B ff 1'A A' D A . Brusatorr C us todians n 1 ., 77,11 , Vfk V 1 V .Rug .W " , 1 . 'i?7"', .' . ' ' " i I! if I 5 f 13 W W J 2 r sf Q, 5 .4 f HJ ii ygfguigffk ffusvr ll-xiii? X I 3, .nf-1, gg. 4 .1 fam! QE ua ' C jk E M . I ' 13- I H. Jaucn Ca eteria Staff 'WBT 1 'B f r yi, f5'f:z- X ' gel., ' - fn 'B L , ,.. ,F F. Viada K. Arnese B. Lundlee P. Oneto O ffzce S ta 493 ' I .:,,,-- i, . . 1 Y 1 ,., fy 7' 4' l M 5 v . f 4 -,X 4 MMJW W f Q 51 X H, Buckley B. Faddis M. Fincham N, Garcia L. Laverone H. McQuirk F. Seidlitz C. Vaira gf B-,175 , Sw , w . E. Haslan Librarian BB B - 31- . 4, '..-,,. V517 5 if . 5 A I 60 D. Mohrmarm D. Avery E, Lagich C. Doran The OVERLAND GUIDE of the 1850 s tells us of the day-to-day journeys of our pioneers from Council Bluffs to Sutter's Fort. Travelers were cautioned about treacherous fords , alkaline deserts and poisonous springs. The location of wood, water and grass--and most other vital information the worried emigrant needed too know- -was given. These guides were found on every wagon train, and, while they sold for only fifty cents, their information was a priceless necessity for a successful trip west. In a way, you are commencing a journey your- self which may be even more spectacular than the overland trip of acentury ago. Your high school years are a time of preparation for that trip which will reach perhaps for you, into mysterious outer space. During these important high school years you will have an opportunity to learn about the quicksand, the boiling springs and therattlesnakes, radio-active fall- out, polluted air, and racial strife, as well as lush meadows, blue lakes and snowy peaks, automation, medical advances, and boundless opportunities. We hope you will be prepared for your trip and that you will make use of the guide books and experi- ence available. Your journey will not always be an easy one, but with good preparation and determination you will find unlimited opportunities. Plan well so that in die years to come you can look back on your experiences atAmadorwith pride and satisfaction and be able to say to yourself, "I was prepared." Ben C. Klotz Principal 61 if 'fsvmrm VV xr ll Mildred Anderson Spanish French 17. ,wr L., 'Q ff so s ' . riffs as H endd fi 'V are wwf ,- Mary Danilovich Special Education Reading Ill ,f 'fl em.. Q...-A s 3 'f 'vii r ' f ,V-zsfmga , ' , a b y y l -aaa iii S, Kzf .d f V lfiiansq A 55 ,,,, 5 r ,W,.,..W James A. Davis Social Studies Boys P. E. Charles Fisher Agriculture Sr. Math, Mathl rf Norman Gubber Louise 1-1311 Joe Harper , General science Home Economics U.s. History W4 Chemistry, Physics World Histoiyj WDM cience a 7 '63, S ' L b - r y xy s A S, S -r William Perkins Terry Peterson Herman Rauh Charles R. Toy Biology Woodshop English I Typewriting General Science Drafting Journalism Merchandising- 62 sl Q, ,, 'N ..- .' I s it Q mf K kxlf- -- . jf . IX 11 1 a. 'S I Rouze F. Foote General Math Algebra I Pre Algebra Irvine Gidding Band Chorus Q 3 X Jess Gonzales C. Vern Griffith U.S. History Art I, II Civics Crafts I, II 311, , 1 ' I ffkify- i',.s fr- ,232 eg2"5'7Z3 1'?r'a:?, . l5.5"3' Bob A. Hodges Frank P. Kane Dennis J, bafrso'n:! Auto Shop Shorthand Social Studies Metal Shop Office Practice World History Bookkeeping Boys P, E. f if H re f vi 'i'I ' ar. :i i I! 'V .. Giles Turner Paul Van Erden Barton A. Wood Gail S. Welk English III Geometry, Algebra II English II, IV Girls P. E. Speech and Drama Intro. to College Mathematics 63 Ewmws-ay NNNII... .X 2 was Mm' Cas Challenges - Uur invitations . . To maintain, to Create, to surpass BILL HA LE, PRESIDENT 'Sars-0 CAROL SCI-IARTZ , SENATOR if W'C""'1'fT' 'tw 'H' X '7' LORETTA TIRAPELLE MIKE LOMBARDO CLAUDETTE MULKEI VICE PRESIDENT SENATOR SECRETARY NANCY ANTONINI BRUCE BRUNER, I ,I s GT. -AT -ARMS ROBERT APEDA ILE 'S-'S CA ROLYN AVERY MIKE BERNEDO LINDA AVILA BILL BIRGE DIANE RUSS ww JACK BRUSA Tom iQ4m,yNb',, I DAN BUELL CARLYS BARRICK RITA BUIE RANDY CANTRELL ' HILARY CARROLL HELEN CUKROV CLARK EVANS MIKE BURKE MARTORIE BIAGI I I I !1,,.A- I X DON COOPER GLORIA CHRONISTER MARK CORNELL ERICA DICKEY CRAIG FANCHER CARL FISHER SHARON DIGMAN E 'E - DEIDRE FERRECCIO TERRY FOYIL CONNIE FRENCH JENNIFER GOODA LL TON Y GAN DARA L L JIM F OWLER RITA EDGAR CHARLES FOYIL MARILYN GIANNINI CA LVIN FREDRICK TOMMIE GREEN ALLAN GERDES JOHN GOEBEL CAROL HACKER C1-IERI KLOTZ DAVID LEVIN SUSAN LAWRENCE LYNN MacMANNUS DENNIS MONEY X MIKE I-IOBBICK A LIC E KAISER .,p-wx Ai R andy, Nqr'-' ,.,,,.,-,nw rf- Kx CLARKE LUCAS VALARIE MCGUIRK ANDY MERRILL .1 :wx LORNA MAGUD MARK NESSE PHIL NEWSOM CINDI OEHLER ""'f'7'3'O- .L X PENNY PARKER ROBERT RANDOLPH IEANETTE PARR IEANNIE RANSDELL KEITH RODMAN . . .r.f:, F H ,k i , R S RRRR R RPHP FP RA ROBERT PIN OT Tl N LAURA ONETO if MIKE REDDING MAXINE PASQUETTI DAVID REDDING BA RBI ROBERT S DOUG SCHARTZ. DAVID SOUZA -scar' PATTY ROBERTSON Q SUSAN SCHARFFER RICHARD SPENCER COLLEEN SEVERIT IO ANN STURGEON L JIM TRUSCOTT m A LVIN S PLA WN TERRI SA DDLER -Q' iii U l NEAL STOWERS CHERYL SHRODE RAY TAYLOR JEAN VAIRA PETE VAN DE HEI JOE ZEMLYAK , V Su.. , Senior Signatures -N-xv-'K N, 'QQQW X . za Q wiv I. Wurm J. Paulhamus C. Plaister B. Carleton C Fitze D. Bush M. Cole J. Creason J. Ccmsolo L. Critchfeld L. Doolittle J. D'Agostini C. Emerson G. Davis E. Emmerson G. Findley M. Fredrick P. Foyil' K. Hobson M. Freeman K. Henney T. Lupton S. Holland K. McClain I. Hopkins 80 PT3S1deDT b. senator g. senator Vice pres. Segrepary M6 , L 'H 1 , " 4' mi' 1 if' alma 1 1. 'M ' Q f . 'M ,Q my " M wi il"-Mr ss Ju ll at -Arms T8 L. Brusatori K. Anderson I. Avila N. Bruns C. Casagrande B. Cribbs I. Deaver M. Cranford L. Donaldson G-,giiisb D. Dickson B. Evans R. Dickson K. Ferretti F. Faddis I. Kelly G. Grimes P. Kibodeaux S. Hegseth M. Liddicoat W. McMillan S. Hunt G. McMinn Giiliy-gud. G. March 81 Johnson Metcalfe King Murray Lasich MacQuarrie Schaffner Mulkey Schartz Penrose Poor Spencer Randall Taylor Ray S ch artz V ose . Schilling Waters Schlegel Scott Whitlock Scroggins White Smith S parks Tiquet Weston Whitington Williams 82 ., . 1, " Z1 , tm! i fi. X 'Y W ,- x 353, ,.,, , X I MQ I Q1?FfH1f'4 1. fini Wi s N L Randolph Lucas Merrill Klotz Giannlni Blanknheim Bonneau Buell Boyster Bruno Critchfeld Craven Cukrov Cronk Eakin Fowler Faddis Funkhouser Fancher Garret Grelich Gager Heryford Gallup Holman 84 at-Arms Q Q C C E E OTBS :rx , .M-,fwswffw L 'na ,' I 7 lf YW! ' s 1, .M T ff f 1632? l k",,1 r F' 1 ,W Ag, 3 ff ,.,,., .42 ' Q : kj J' if 4lU"'ff SFI!- gg.: l 3,, 'V , L : ."fE'Iv I 3 :'h' f f e lr Vm l. , , f 'l 1 C X ' Q ' i Moran Bacon Avila Best Berg Carter Chappell Casagrande Crawford Conarroe Downes Elder Eliskovich Foley . Emerson Fillmore Germolis Freeman Glica Funke Gerdes Hutchinson Haueter Hyland Hemenway 85 A. Kaiser R. Howard J. Kuhl R. Howard A. LeBel L. MacMannus W. Martin K. Miller D. Moore C Mote D. Newsom D. Snooks R Payne L Stowers G. Petrey B. Randall I. Tirapelle B. Randall D. Vance N. Randolph J. Rollins M Ynzunza A. Rosenthal C. Russell S. Schaffner L. Vose D. Walsh B, Walton J. Watts R. Wenzel 86 , ff as -f .1 1. F ., affgw l .fe W. ji LX jj, 7 P fi ,Rl ...Ki ai X " 4+ ,N RB ' . , in Alina' if -gn.e.'5'iif3l:f '-Ylwg' ' 'u - -Eg' B'sI!:5'l:! 1 M ...i.. . Q .K ,i 5 I X L C. Hunt S. McClain E. Knudson C. McCurdy S. Loehr L. Oneto M. Myers B. Panington D. Northern B. Shock G. Swift D. Pohler J. Tillison J. Porres J. Tiquet ' M.'Vasquez Robertson F. Wiese K I. Robertson B. Williams C. Smith G. Tolle B. Tripp K. Upton A. Vaira J. White P. windsor ' P. Zanini 87 president P. Bernedo Q R. Brusatori as h .N kq Y J. Pinotti VA 1. J. Watts 3 R. Myers ' v t, , .fig , ,C A X R. Black L. Bonneau B. B13.kC 'i ,. A R. Buell , I. Blankeship A P. Carleton J. Fine r T. Coulter 'K ,mf A J. Fowler ' f D. Cox g .gf all ' ,C W. Donaldson B. Heryford T. Foley S. Knudson R. Foyil L. Goebel C. Maffitt M. Goebel Q, - M X I. Main -- f J. Goodal ' - l 88 .,, ful' .. 3 b. senator g. S6l'13,IO1' vice "pI'6S. secretary 'meg ZX!-S A-4 H. 'Ei ,gf 3 QAM 53,85 msgs CWM, dll: 6'-JW? o- UH., In I K Uveblnk omega-Q-Q' F -3 Jucotl Q -bvwulfl re 'lxpowwo Cm we . cu r .uk fowl pf' Qlfcpweb my! Cyan - 4lUC'6dQ,i1,.p 'EU' -at-Arms .W men m,,J.f3fffW'j if 111. ' F. Hutchinson R. Ahlers A. Albright B. Allen R. Bezanson M. Crawford B. Bruner R. Edgar G. Brusatori D. Esola L, Gerdes D. Crabb P. Gillmore T. Gribbs A. Hacker I. Gallup G. Learner I. Goebel J. MacQuarrie L. Mulkey C. Hilliard K. Pearson D. Hilliard K. Ratto aol J. llornbcck L. Reed R Johzinnesen F Schaffner P. Keelnnd D. Marez M. Soares B. Meneely C. Stuaft J. Miller D. Palmer B. Upton, K. Poore J. Vaira I. Rauh K Roberts P. Van De I-lei D. Skaggs S. Van Vleck E. Splawn R. Stirnaman L. Vose D. Sturkie Y. Wagner H. Thompson T. Unger L. Weston J. Welch P. Wrinkle S. Yeager 90 "" .1 x 5 if E B df LR .N an y . gi . 1,s.,,, 1 I 1 X in an g V it . .L--V 5 , it A ff if Q N451 , , ,, I, ......4 g, 2 511, Vx A ,slflisff 1' Q .4 I 1 , .x -- '. keaz... ef- C. Schoonover C. Kruger R. Shiftlett L. MCSWRIIC E. Snooks T. Sturm P. O'Brien K. Swift Adverti in qf gif 4f,WfLW, W WQWW wgwg W Wiwfwb WW Through th Support . We prosp Lf f l L DG V my AAAjland NAC A L my if fl Complrments 7, f whee bglance ,7 lf A W t end align EDWARD D BUCKLEY AME ICAWLF R S t 1 g and servrce Jllllwoilillcff F 47 Sut er eek Ph 267 5572 lf lf YO JACKS 162' P riff L V HE Kf' J omplrments of Statmn 7 A ala eras K DW Abu llfl9lMADOR APPLIANCE M rrgrdarre and My ar Zenrth dealer Phone f j , . 267-5960 l'YfJ ' fell 43 Mam St 'W 2 V Sutter Creek ff ,HSM X5 O ag5tu?iag2hk5 XJ P N SQ: EW 5 Complrments of r .Bro 0 R IRENE S all P 05115 ABQOVE? , Aijfmgfl A , - DEEZEQEQNG lx I HQ f Y, I ' . . . .X , V Q QfairfStre treet Creek C, XCFQWQEQ-565Q, xv' C ' A Q WARREN S BARBER SHOP Marn Street Theatre Burldrng Sutter Creek Calrfornra HM PARYPTQIE Complrments of All Mfliftili? S if 9 if Sutter Creek Ph 267 5594 tt ree CRAIN S MARKET Marn Street XA a n l K EA ERS Best of Luck JAC SON CL N to the qualrty cleaners Class of ,68 pressrng alterrng repalrrng f phone 223 1002 rom for fast prck up and BANK OF AMERICA delrvery serv1ce ONETO BROS GARAGE INC Dodge 8: Dodge Trucks sales and servrce 33 Marn Street Sutter Creek, Calrf Phone 267-5667 BELLOTTI INN The Eureka Room banquets, weddrngs, partres, prrvate clubs and specral dmners rncludrng class reunrons prrvate bar and dance floor capacity 200 fabulous ltalran famrly style drnners served darly we are a member of the 100 Year Club Sutter Creek Phone: 267-5211 I I A l f 0 ' A 'bf ltZlf H, 'P VVUQQXP, f A ld 0 , Af Jrl W f E A Ulf by tl 1 l 7 012' We , PM A of A lq ' K ,l V 1' ' - M, ,' , h 1 4 f ! D . . b , J N PR. Lf 'A-U ' . ft wi l paw are A 1 A JA ey fl' S, 19 yt 1 ll F A A e 5, U, Q 'X rft , I . . . Q , A X 1 I y I . ii! V' PM J" W C EN! W. - 1 A 145 . 3 .2 A ' P7 ' 9' 3 ,DN 10' SV, ,VI ,D Q-we M' K X X I, I l' . g I ry XQ' lf7CES21siR A V dk A0 of ,fl A 6,3565 Q eb tr ff lm Q A V Cf W ji! ,J X 'CEB x w X9 DN ' 5 input X Cr kn OQQ YO. X pzlellqiius Egyfgbs-90 3 Main Sutter ,jx ke L fb J is QQWPI V 4 y ' U 'bg AL' f A A A A nfl 2 92 1 . . I ' as i N C or . 1 Q sf i x l - AMADOR FEED SPINETTI BROTHERS awww l 1' INC ' SUTTER CREEK .5 housewares EEEE GARDENS we' ..-.-.,, ---'- spcplrtiigg goods American and I Sutter Hill at Wares Mexican food lg Q9 California SAUSMON MOTORS, INC. Buick K013fit Ch I t ELLA MAY VALVO'S Cadillac H 6 WO? HANDICRAFT SHOP Oldsmobile fggSMUO,?s Sales and Service rg' Phone: 267-5610 5 0 Jackson - San Andreas 1' " -1 Sutter Creek -E 1, Serving all of Amador and California X f parts of Calaveras Counties fice Ph. 225-1740 Service Ph. 225-0580 Compliments of O Luck INLAND DIESEL SUPPLY TAM'S from f' International Trucks varsity high sweaters A 8c,W,p,. L P m.., .m-I. Levis Pendletons ROOT BEER Ze 14 Church Street Jackson, California Highway if Sutter Creek 8: Sutter Hill THE ' A If CHATTERBOX Best Wishes I I JACKSON DRUG STORE Breakfast from prescriptions-drugs Fountain cosmetics Lunch Hoffman H. Siebe Sutter Dan 8: Jewell Phone: 225-0171 Creek Devitt 44 Main Street jackson Compliments STUDIOS L. Garibaldi Jackson of GARIBALDI sg WELLS FARGO BANK Sutter Creek Branch "The Bank that delivers SUTTER BEAUTY SALON Diane Holland Phone: 267-5877 Sutter Creek SUTTER CREEK PHARMACY Prescription Service Robert L. Wise 51 Main Street Sutter Creek KEN'S SHOES Ken Lawrence Sutter Hill California AMADOR COUNTY STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 267-525 1 Sutter Creek Calif. C- SGRACCO CO- MOTHER LODE MARKET AMADOR DISPOSAL since 1868 SERVICE M. Boitano Ferreccio Phone 267-5612 The Campbell Family Main Street "Our business is picking up Jackson Sutter Creek Suffff Creek Caufomia Phone 267-5151 I California -Tl , f 1 ' 1 Y 1' -I '- E M917 g fl 1. XUUU Qlfi NN 69 lv ,J Y - J 1 - P UV 'fm if Aff OW ONE s'rO yfjlo Jfylfwfiywiyjna to 4 ri9hli1nents Of MARKET fy' V1 4 N W Sutter Hill 1 c xjjli ff' .ji 7 jf 1 ' California 1 QQ .A 5, nf 5 llgfflwff 1 WM ffl f OA hom A0 SULOJDAP all bl I 1 .A . '- . ..1i , , M weft' at .1 .1 A W f' ,f A ' y KOUNTRY O Q 'W FAMILY J G ggi fvgajfjl KASUALS A Q23 ' X 1 11,5951 ?'W'!fSb'QP'JZAf'l latest fgsh' , ,. -M A A ions E23 .UQ 4 . 3-0123 -Jackson- in .Sk QJMEIU St' wx' CMA ,la son - ac son . 1, i' - ' 742 , . l Propane Gas Applignqeg MODEL BAKERY MOTHER LODE wedding cakes and party MACC GAS COMPANY cakes - Our specialty San Andreas Hathaway Pines Jackson Martell 223-0402 Ph. 754-3849 Ph. 728-5448 THE CANDLIERE ggfane BRISCO'S PHARMACY r ane Candles ik Acc. P 170 Main St. DRUGS jackson, Calif. BLU FLAME Jane 8: Press ' Marion Powell GAS COMPANY C. Casagrande -Jackson- YAGER Compliments of E SSOR fu? JUDGE ANDERSON Amador County t' 1 A d C t Jackson Martell, California me of Gun Y Compliments of PHILLIPS 66 orders to go SAMMY'S CAFE Ray Sl ,lfiffy Chinese and American Taylor Dishes Sutter Creek k EL DORADO SAVINGS J 'lac mm AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I Y .. 1 .Qty x dw WOODBURY'S . . DEPT. STORE Virginia M. Fraser 52 4532-igljietegs 4 U S Manager H I 20 llvlain t. 7 - ac son- 15 MHIH St1'CCf gg 5 fl d V I H I jackson, California A 1 lif ni V 1 an C ma ug ICS ' uf f 'Mfg f 91,5551 EARLE NESSE ' , " THE -n :jj T2 FORD - MERCURY Of, WESTERNER ' F ,I A - .jf Extends its best mst CA 1 Amador We . wishes to the 'dj C uelos V f County's 4 I 'A' 1968 Graduating Class Owflef most complete ' KJ ' with this thought: k X Western Shop -fi 1 "Service Before Self" Jac Son XM Jackson Calif M ' i i v-'J' Vi gll GORMAN S WESTERN LAND AND Congratulations Lady's and children's apparel TITLE COMPANY, INC- -to the Nationally advertised 54 Summit Sffeet HCM? of i68U rom lines in juniors, Misses, and jackson, California Martin Ryan, Pres. 81 Manager Title insurance Escrows FOOTI-IILL JEWELERS jackson, Calif. Half Sizes Serving Amador So. since 1921 Compliments of Compliments PIONEER REX of Phone: 225-9924 WELLS FARGO CLUB AND RESTAURANT 26 Main St. Jackson California Dan Vukalovich Jim Smallfield Jackson Ph. 223-1610 - I fzgadedte Qecaefzg A ia. -Tr t bl' h d CHARDSONS I MONTGOMERY WARD es 2852 6 JEWELERS . Phone: 225-0866 40 Main St. 115 Main Street AMADOR LEDGER A 1"' "vIll n llTA2sdIMEI""' Keepsake ' Bulova Kenneth 8: Vina A. "Babe" Garbarini Partmgton Marie Garbarini Diamonds Watches Congratulations Class of '68 from Dr. Allan Rohello D.D.S. CRYSTAL DAIRY FOODS Phone 267 5854 Sutter Creek Golden Chain Crystal Compliments of TRUCK STOP Cafe Sutter Hill California . 5. ., Compliments of LAD'S BARBER SHOP Sutter Hill California SUTTER HILL RADIO 8: T.V. Sales - Service Phone 267-5616 Sutter Hill - Hwy. 49 Congratulations Class of ,68 from Dr. M. Douglas jeppsen Jeppsen Chiropractic Offices K . Q Congratulations Class of '68 AIR-A-CLEAN General Maintenance P.O. Box 834 Sutter Creek Phone 267-5943 SUTTER HILL LOAN COMPANY Automobile-Furniture Salary Phone 267-5524 Sutter Creek K 'I. Q x x 5, is -X., ic, rryrmr I . Q ix V , .5 . Ii. . X.. I Y I Q rr IQ, I Sr riffwlt Nl I I J! 98 S, xt, '- I I P September-- 1 5 15 22 October-- 6 7 13 20 26-28 28 November-- 3 4 10 21 23-25 28 30 December- - 6 14 15 17 January-- 4- 6 11 12 19 22 26 30 1967 Orientation School starts Paterson - Football Rio Vista, there Hughson, there Cal Band Day Bret Harte, here Calaveras, here Homecoming FHA State Meeting Asilomar lone, there End Quarter Summerville, there Jackson, there FHA Night Meeting Thanksgiving Holiday Clarksburg, - Basketball River bank, there Football Awards Assembly Christmas Program Frosh Frolics Christmas Vacation 1968 alenclar February- - 1 2 9 16 17 March - - 1 13 15 16 19 20 21-24 22 23 April- - 4 8 16 19 20 23 26 30 May-- 3- 4 17-18 June-- 7 Mother Lode League Tourney "Alice In Wonderland" Play lone, there End Semester AFS Dinner Summerville, there Ione, here Bret Harte, here GAA Playday Jackson Music Program Mother Daughter Banquet Galt - Baseball Chico Drama Festival El Dorado, here Sophomore Hop International Weekend End Quarter Carnival Calaveras, here Sacramento Drama Festival FHA San Francisco Trip Ione, here Bret Harte, there Junior Prom Jackson, here Summerville, here Calaveras, there Richardson Springs Conference Track Graduati0 . Bret Harte, there XP "Gone With The wind" . , B3 ' Preston Talent Show 9' ' Q Calaveras, here ' 0 ' N U W 6' 0 6' .5 ,lf we J wgygrby, ANTONINI, NANCY, FHA 1,2,3, rep. 2, GAA 1,2, 3, 4, vice pres. 4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 2, president 4, Music Club 3, Band 1,2, 3, 4, German Band 3, Pep Band 1,2,3, 4, Hop, Prom, Richardson Springs Con. 3 AVERY, CAROLYN, FHA 2,3, 4, Music Club 1, 2,3, 4, Frosh Frolics, Hop, Prom, Horne- coming Com. 2, Richardson Springs Con. 3, YMCA Youth Con. 3, 4, FTA 4 Av1LA, LINDA, FHA 1,2,3,4, service Club 1, 2, Band 1,2, Journalism 4, Hop, Prom BARRICK, CARLYS, FHA 1,2,3,4, parliamen- tarian 4, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, AFS 3, 4, CSF 3, Writer's Guild 2, Future Teachers of America 4, vice pres. 4, Rally Com. 4, Songleader 4, Girls State Rep. 3, Lions Club Speech Winner 3, Brunch Com. 3, Hop, Prom, ,Student Leadership Con. 3 BERNEDO, MICHAEL, Football 1,2, Chorus 1, Hop, Prom, Rally Com. 4 BIAGI, MARJORIE, GAA 2,3,4, AFS 2, 3, 4, publicity mgr. 4, CSF 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Music Club 1,2,3,4, UOP Clinic, SpeechfDrama 4, Journalism 3, Broadcast Staff 4, Future Teachers of Amer- ica 4 BIRGE, -BILL, Block A' 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 1, 2,3, 4, Hop, Prom BRUNER, CHARLES, Block A 3,4, Sec. -Treas. 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 2, Service Club 3, Rally Com. 4, Class Sgt. at Arms 1, vice-pres. 2, Sgt. at Arms 4, Hop, Prom Senio BRUSATORI, JACK, BlOckA 3,4, Football 1 2, 3, 4, FFA 3 BUELL, DAN, Foorbaii 1,2,3,4 BUIE, RITA, FHA 1,2 CANTRELL, RANDY, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 1, 4, president 4, Band 1,2,3, 4, Ger- man Band 3, 4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Frosh Frol- ics, Individual Instruments 4 CARROLL, HILARY, FHA 1,3,4, AFS 3, 4, Americans Abroad Chairman 3, candidate 4, sec. -treas. 4, GAA 1, Service Club 1, 3, 4, reporter 4, Future Teachers 4, presi- dent 4, Student Council 1, Rally Com. 4, Glee 1, UOP Clinic 1, Play 3, Songleader 4, Frosh Frolics, Prom, Squaw Valley Song- leader Camp 4, Student Leadership Con. 1, 3,4, YMCA Con. CHRONISTER, GLORIA, Service Club 4, Drama 2, 3, 4, Journalism 4 COOPER, DON, CircleA 2, BlockA 3,4, Football 1,2,4, Basketball 3, Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Hop, Prom CORNELL, MARK, Football 1, Basketball 2, Hop CUKROV, HELEN, Transfer 2, FHA 2,3,4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Journalism 3, Broad- cast Staff 4, production manager 4 ctivities f ffl l if DATEMA, M1cria4i'EL,M'ljr5aa6ifer 23 Baseball 2, csr 2,3 ,l Dv l DAVENPORT, TERRI, Transfer 33 GAA 33 Service Club 2, 3, 4 FANCHER, CRAIG, BlockA 4, Basketball 1, 2,3,43 Track 2g Skip Staff 4, associate editor 43 HOPQ Prom FISHER, CARL, AFS 1, 2,3, 4, president 43 Service Club 43 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 43 presi- dent 33' Band 1, 2, 3, 43 German Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band l,2,3,43 SpeechfDrama 43 Future Teachers 4 FOYIL, TERRY, Block A 43 Football 3,43 Bul- letin 1,3,43 Cafeteria 1,2,4 FOYIL, CHARLES, F0Otball 43 Basketball 33 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 FREDRICK, CALVIN, BlockA 43 Football 13 Wrestling 4g Track 23 FFA 1,23 Brunch Com. 4 GANDARA, TONY, BlockA 2,3,4, Sgt. at arms 3, 43 Football 1,2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 Baseball 2g Hop3 Prom GOEBEL, JOHN, Baseball 1,23 CSF 2 HACKER, CAROL, Service Club 43 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Frosh Frolics: Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4 HALE, BILL, Baseball 1,23 CSF 2,3,4Q Brunch Com. 43 Lions Club Speech Winner 33 Class president 43 YMCA Con. 3 HOBBICK, MIKE, Transfer 23 Block A 43 Bas- ketball 2, 3,43 Baseball 23 Service Club 33 Skip Staff 4, photographer 4 KLOTZ, CI-IERI, FHA 43 Hop3 Prom3 Richard- son Springs Con. 3 LAWRENCE, SUSAN, FHA 1,2,3,43 Service Club l,2,3,4, representative 13 Rally Com. 1,2, 3,43 Pep Club 4, vice-pres. 43 Class secretary 13 Songleader 23 Yell Leader 4, Squaw Valley Camp 43 Frosh FrO1iCSQ Hopg Promg Cordova Leadership Con. 2,43 Oro Del Rio Leadership Con. 43 YMCA Con. LOMBARDO, MIKE, BlockA 3,4, vice-pres. 43 Football 1,2,3,4, season captain 4g Wrestling 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3,41 Rally Com. 43 Senator 4 LUCAS, CLARKE, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 AFS 2, 33 CSF 2, 33 Music Club 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 German Band 2,3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3,43 UOP Clinic 33 Frosh Frolics LEVIN, DAVID, Transfer 43 BlockA 43 Foot- ball 43 Tennis 43 AFS 4, Foreign Exchange Student from S. Africag CSA 43 Speech! Drama 4, Debating, Playsg Student Council 43 Rally Com, 4 MAC MANNUS, LYNN, Transfer 23 FHA 43 Service Club 43 Pep Club 4g Songleader 43 Rally Com. 43 Prom Homecoming Princess 4 ,ft Law ,W Quill' . . . . Senwr Actwtttes xx 102 MC GUIRK, VALAPJE, GAA 2, Band 1,2,3,4, UOP Clinic 2, 3,4, Music Club 2, 3, 4 MC MILLAN, EUGENE, Football 1,2, Cafeteria 1,2 MAGUD, LORNA, FHA i,2,3,4, vice pres. of recreation 3, 4, Service Club 1, 2,3, 4, rep. 2, president 3, secretary 4, Music Club 1 MENEELY, BOB, Wrestling 4, AFS 2,4 MERRILL, ANDY, Block A 4, Football 1,2,3, 4, Wrestling 4, Track 4, AFS 3,4, vice pres. 4, CSF 1,2,3,4, president 3, Student Council 4, Rally Com. 4, Student Body President 4, Class vice pres. 3, Brunch Com 2, Frosh Frolics, Prom. King, M,L,A,L, Com. host 4 MoNEY, DENNIS, FFA 3, Chorus 3,4 MULKEY, L,1..AUDETTE, Transfer 2, FHA 2,3, 4, president 4, AFS 4, Student Council 3, Varsity Yell Leader 3, Class sec. -treas. 4, Hop, Prom, Queen, Rally Com. 3,4, Cor- dova Leadership Con. 2,3, YMCA Con. 3 NESSE, MARK, Transfer 3, BlockA 3,4, Baseball 3, 4, Student Council 4, Rally Com. 4, Student Body Sgt. At Arms 4, Brunch Com. 4 OEHLER, CINDI, Transfer 2: FHA 2, 3, 4, historian 4, Asilomar National Meeting 4, AFS 4, GAA 4, Service Club 2,3, 4, Student Council 4, Rally Com. 4, Future Teachers 4, Songleader 4, head, Squaw Valley Camp 4, Homecoming Princess 4, Class sec. 3, Finance Com. 3, Hop, Prom. head, Del Oro Con. 4, Raneno Cordova Con. 2, YMCA Con. 3, 4 ONETO, LAURA, FHA 1,2,3,4, rep. 1, Serv- ice Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, chairman, Student Council 4, Rally Com. 1, 2, 3, 4, Songleader 2, 3, Varsity Yell-leader 4, head Squaw Valley Camp 3, 4, Class vice-pres. 1, Hop, Prom, Cordova Con. 2, Oro Del Rio Con. 4, YMCA Con. 3 PARR, JEANETTE, FHA l,2,3,4, Service Club 1,2,3,4, Music Club 1, 2, Student Body Secretary 4, Hop, Prom, Student Leader- ship Con. 4: YMCA Con. PARKER, PENNY, FHA 1,2,3,4g GAA lg CSF 2, Future Teachers 4, Class secretary 4, rep. 3, Hop, Prom PASQUETTI, MAXINE, FHA 3,4, CSF 1,2,3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Hop, Prom RANDOLPH, BOB, BlockA 4, Football l,2,3, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class sgt. at arms 1, president 2, Journalism 4, Brunch Com. 3,4, Hop, Prom , RANSDELL, IEANNIE, Transfer 4, FHA 4, AFS 4 ROBERTSON, PATTY, FHA 1,2,3,4, Service Club 1,2, 3, 4, AFS 4, Pep Club 4, Rally Com. 3,4, Songleader 3,4, Squaw Valley Camp 4, YMCA Con. 3, I-lop, Prom SCHARFFER, SUSAN, FHA 1,2,3,4, historian 2, rep. 4, GAA 1, Service Club 1,2,3,4, Hop, Prom Senior Activities SCHARTZ, CAROL, GAA 25 Band 1,2,35 Student Teacher 35 Class rep. 2,3, senator 45 Hop, chairman5 prom, chairman5 Cordova Leadership Con. 2,3,45 Toulumne Con. 2,3 SCHARTZ, DOUG, Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Prom SEVERIT, COKIE, FHA 2,35 Service Club 2,35 Broadcast Staff 3, 4, assistant editor 3, Edi- tor 45 Prom SOUZA, DAVID, BlockA 3,45 Football 2,3, 45 Wrestling 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 FFA 1, 2,35 Hop SPLAWN, ALVIN, Football 15 Baseball 1,45 Music Club 45 Cafeteria 1, 2,3, 4 SPENCER, RICHARD, Block A 2,3,4, president 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,25 Tennis 1, 2,3, 45 AFS 3,4, rep. 3, 45 CSF 1,2,4, sgt. at arms 25 Student Council 35 Rally Com. 45 General Improvements 45 Class sgt. at arms 2, president 35 Boys State Delegate 35 Frosh Frolics5 Hop5 Prom5 CASSA Con. 3, 45 YMCA Con. 3 SHRODE, CHERYL, FHA 1,25 Service Club 1,2 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4 STOWERS, NEAL, Football 15 FFA 1,2 STURGEON, IOANN, FHA 2, 3,45 Service Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Rally Com. 2,3,45 Hop5 Prom5 Cordova Con. 25 YMCA Con. 3 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 'Til WovId'l Inv Vulbobh An hylordllodf' TAYLOR, RAY, Football 1 TIRAPELLE, LORETTA, FHA l,2,3,45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Service Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Student Council 45 Rally Com. 1,2, 3, 45 I. V. Yell Leader 2, head5 Homecoming Queen 45 Class vice pres. 45 HOp5 Prom5 Cordova Con. 25 Oro Del Rio Con. 25 YMCA Con. 3 TRUSCOTT, JAMES, Block A 3,45 Football, manager 45 Basketball, manager 1, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, vice pres, 45 Rally Com. 4 VAIRA, JEAN, FHA 1,2, 3,4, Asilomar 2,3, 4, parliamentarian 2, vice pres. of public re- lations and finance 3, 45 GAA 35 CSF 3,45 Service Club 1,2, 3,4, vice pres. 3, secre- tary 2, treasurer 45 Music Club 1, UOP Clinic 15 Speech!Drama 25 Writers Guild 25 Skip Staff 3, 4, assistant editor 3, Editor 4 , WELSCH, JIM, Transfer 25 Music Club 2,3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 German Band 2, 3, 4 ZEMLYAK, JOE, Transfer 4 ,w-'Tub 'NE' If JT? vw SPN fx X Q cz, , Wy 3 ffwfioqy Ugg QW wx MeQ,5ff1Qw cw, 4 " . u . yeah, - A I L, A k"'9w- ' i 1 bf , who G-'3f19v....:f-wg-ol-J Xlfgjxfxg Mo-' five, Ido - ' JfZ'?e"0A'Vv'9J lb Twm V W ffm' M M H ,, gym 70' 1351 4 fl ??4f1fQ?i.LfffJ .44 fix? f -J :CC-L, 'I ffZ7"'D PM f fv X 1,7 jf? 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