American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico)

 - Class of 1976

Page 1 of 208

 

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1976 Edition, American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1976 volume:

l • • • • • • -k , - • Theme 2 Seniors 10 Bachilleres II 22 Faculty High School Junior High 100 Elementary 116 Primary 134 Activities 150 Sports 174 Sponsors 196 9f a fe B pioiicw io tne Cj)mi()n " mmiM (UultQ Bili .ttwaeo;. I,N CONGRESS. hLY4,,r7 . fie miaittmoiti ecfarcritwt of aiun. imtfeS $tctfe$ of imricct. J im iau irlau 4£ autji t AiU- 7ft Mtrft fM e .ud -■ . ' i f iip iw i te j ■ rry Aitnt. iA. 5l- . aA,W,-,y Yt jkztJii ty t anJ t {a .iTt . . y lw-.r ca ' y - «i:«. ii« y; l« . fe i " . i yd, J ,1 . A-n Ar?u a iit » «» di r cau , ,. u mdun ,« az ..J JlMc .A.y ■ A fi Aifi lUrmjnt ui i efyt Aet y tzAt t y£w lM nA A Mt iv At dJiaAAM n ZuA£4 i4y 7.c t4 M£ Aa ' u .2 a rru. ! Aiajdrx-an iZc iAttiy a v rvt, s t arm a. - .,m.y 1 Jin fid iA Aurrj, i u u-r ' Xd2 A n. A arvy A4tJu -Ad A M kaAtA tA fM ?5iai — . ' « r.iAi ifi . f- % ' lMii A Ai 4 . AAlA ■»Aj t U At f fi L . . SAtA fc rfC-. ' - A .UUArJ dL W(, tii ' err(wf . M e K- f tihAAi tfM . itmfeb-$ta£t9 of turtflt; 4fvS ntt4zl ji U AC a cAj£ aru i: ru j V JtAiJdamJ , The God who gave us life , gave us liberty at the same time . Thomas Jefferson kiHC) L aim to school twelve long years ago. Each has been through many try- ing experiences, grades, and teachers. They survived this and now prepare to meet the world. Each shall follow his own path in the hope that these paths wi someday come together in the aid of mankind. 1 J Mike Cahill If the mountains fell in the sea , let it be, it ain ' t me. Jimi Hendrix 3 1 oil . . . soccer . . . blue . . . super Spanish . . . Scot- land . . . gonna play football . Maggie . . . Monclova . Deep Purple . . . suange accents . . . " What ' s a popsi- cle? " . . . guitar . . . rugby . strange sense of humor . " Who won the Civil War? " . . . Champion of the A.S.F. open . . . good grades . always studying . . . Highlights . . . weird jokes . . . annual staff . . . " It ' s too hot " . . . (d- ejm . - Joey Caldwell God didn ' t create woman from man ' s head that he should command her , Nor from his feet that she should be his slave , But rather from his side that she should be near his hean. Anonymous Always singing . . . weird but nice . . . smiley . . . kitty cats . . . loves Indians . . . loca . . . McAUen . . . music . . . " just one more french fry " . . . walking . . . Blue Jean Queen . . . y ' all . . . " My brother is a Marine " . . . diet- ing . . . " Ay que paso? " . . . annual staff . . . vegetarian . . . saying hello to everyone . . . " Dress, what ' s that? " ■£: J Mike Clements Look up and not down Look forward and not back Look out and not in Lend a hand. Edward Everett Hale Shorty . . . loud mouth .... " Hey, listen to me! " . . . tak- ing pictures . . . loud laugh . . . Senior Class President . . . " Bring your money " . . . " Shut up " . . . crazy on choc- olate . . . " Get out of here! " . . . bomb threats . . . foot- ball . . . curly hair . . . good and tall for basketball . . . eat- ing lunch at school . . . annual editor . . . BEST OF BREAD . . . malted milk balls . . . going to U.S.C. . . . Carole 15 Linda Gladen Don ' t let the excitement of being young cause you to forget your Creator, Honor Him in your youth . . .for God will judge us for everything we do, including every hidden thing, good or bad. Ecclesiastes 12; 1,14 Brain . . . quiet . . . Physics Chemistry-help . . . sweet ... a rose . . . Texas . . . nice ... a good friend . . . " Hi, y ' all " . . . Baylor . . . Torreon . . . John Denver . . . Speaking Spanish in Eng- lish class . . . " Hey, do you know ... " ... future librarian . . . highest grades in English . . . Lone Star Linda il 1 ' 16 Jim Orrell White collared conservativt. flashing down the street , Pointing their plastic finger at me. They ' re hoping soon my kind will drop and die, But I ' m gonna wave my freak flag high . . . Jimi Hendrix Rooster . . . Hendrix . . . egg . . . " Who smoked all my cig- arettes? " . . . Panzer Blitz . . . " I ' m the champion at Mille Bornes " . . . " Pete, go get me a coke " . . . parachute . . . annual . . . barefoot . . . Super Duster . . . " Let ' s gi aui go to the cave " . . . jokes . . . Friday nights . , . . " I ' m going to Jan ' s house " . . . wed- dings . . . bass amp . • . Eng- land and castles . . . tacos . . . french fries . . . Piene " - M Leonard Spishakoff Sunset doesn ' t last all morning, a cloudburst doesn ' t last all day . . .all things must pass away . George Harrison Run-Leonard ' s coming . . . " What ' d you say? " . . . it ' s a Russian defect . . . girl killer . . . annual staff . . . " Who did it? ' " . . . " Can I go? " . . . Hairy . . . " What ' s up? " ... the nose . . . Highlights . . . " The cuckoo bird is com- ing " . . . laughing at every- thing . . . " I was finking about that " . . . efficient driver . . . " It ' s a 65 chevy " . . . uGtrv ueoMem Tom Townsend We hold many worlds within the hallow of our hand . A world of music in one word of love, A world of love in one quick wordless look , A world of thought in one uans- lucent phrase , A world of memory in one mournful chord , A world of sorrow in one little song. Henry B. Carpenter Matches . . . Chicago . . . B . T . O . . . .our hero . . . Red . . . imaginary guitar . . . Redneck . . . Bubblegum Rock . . . Elton John . . . annual staff . . . taking care of money . . . " I love hitting " . . . Student Council . . . afternoon off . . . working out . . . " Gonna buy a necklace " . . . " Strange kind of woman " . . . football season . . . Peter Van den Berg For God loved the world so much that he gave His only Son so that anyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life . John 3:16 Barba . . . hair . . Freak ... La Presa . . . classes at Tec . . . " God bless you " . . . neat dresser . . . sleeping late-until 7:30 . . . Safari . . . procrastination . . . three languages . . . interesting reports . . . water skiing . . . Holland . . . ten- nis . . . fighting for Phillips . . . " Which car should 1 take today? " . . . wild boar . . . Jesus 0tt SPe! %. i 20 0 ' Left: Leonard Spishakoff competes for Mr. America. Below: Mike Cahill, have you got anything better to do? y Below left: Joey Caldwell rises after a short nap in the library. ■ } Below right: Annual editor Mike Clements examines a yearbook pho Thomas Jefferson LIFE IN THE CREOLE STATE Muskrat Trappers, firs! tell, returning to comp in St Be The Louisiana Purchase was agreed to in 1 803. The French Minister of Finance, Francois de Barbe- Marbois, right, signed for France. James Monroe, standing, and Robert Livingston signed for the U.S. 5fe %MiUm fPaJm— 1803 Mi p inmUi p epaked us m seemmm seeunmm p epamuim ' pWQj Oak SBaffiiwm fe hP ' ifakd ui fo ' t eawii. mn ef- itS eimsei ou iepa ate mem u ' dui Of- (!m. uf m J 9 uhVi tfie amfieaoe tmt eaen step is hut a p epaiatm m ute nett in Uv neif) emitui pwess BETO ... El Ancho Mundo del Depone . . .3X1. . . Sports . . . " Azul " . . . BETO . . . " Ahora si, voy a checar " . . . " No es possible que no hay as estudiado " ... 2 + 3 = 6 .. . " No voy a checar hoy! " . . . BETO . . . " Today is checking day " . . . Jeans . . . 13 6 73 Doctor . . . " YO quiero que sea viernes " . . . " Ya acabe todo " . . . beto, bebito Valiant . . . Datsun rojo " Muy cuerdo, eh? " . . . " Te juro que lo adoro " . . . conejos . . . Beto . . . classes do cocina . . . BETO? . . . BETO?BETO.BETO! . . . Siempre cumplida y servicial . . . " Si, esta facil " . . . " Ya me quiero casar " . . . BETO! . . . A man is only complete when he has a woman to understand him, to share all his passions and sorrows with , and to stand by him throughout his life . cyiiagmena JjenatHm Sonrisa Colgate . . . Wais . . . seguramente . . . " Aye que pena " . . . " Sorry no puedo ir el sabado " . . . " Voy a m casa per li a la tarda " . . . " Ya vieron mi piolo chaparro? " . . . always smiling . . . " Siempre antojando cosas ricas y engordantes, todo dulce " . . . una munequita . . . Maquie y su piolin . . . Su amor platonico . . . Music, music . . . cosotas, no? . . . " Estoy sola en mi casa, ven- ganse a dormir " . . . nack, nack . . . " Ay! yaa . . . A demonstration of affection now and then never hurt anybody . Q ' ristia . . . " Le voy a ser un pastel a Memo " . . . " No tienes receia va nue? " . . . Memo . . . music . . . princesa . . . pura risa . . . Gina ... ji, ji, ji ... " Oye, y porque lo hiciste? " . . . " la modelo " . . . " no checar porque Memo va a estud- iar " . . . sencilla . . . " Ayer Memo me tomo unas fotos , coso- las " . . . Me caigo . . . bebito . . . Miss, " Que es esto? " . . . " Me lave el pelo con Flex " . . . " Bien compren- siva y supei sencilla " . . . Todo el dia biomeando . . . Mike, Hazle bui . . . " Quien eres, donde estoy? " . . . La confianza que otros disosiien en ti, nunca sera mayor que m confianza en ti mismo . Anonimo a e iM jB iMucDUm hj m iClaro! . . . " Quiero ver a Fernando " . . . " Tengo que hacer como mil cosas! " . . . iComo estaran los pescados? " . . . iOue hay de larea? " . . . " Yo, tu, y las rosas " . . . Bebito Fernando . . . susio peludo . . . Cancun . . . " Puff the Magic Dragon " . . . Que her- moso. VW azul . . . " Hubiera side mejor que no hubiera venido, no lige nada " . . " jNo es cierto! " ... " No, se me olvido " . . . Hildioux . . .Que maximo . . . " Quiero ser enfermera " . . . En las nubes . . . " No te preocupes " . . . " jYa es viemes! " . . . " Me encanian las bodas " . . . 15-1X-74 . . . " No impona " . . . Que divino . . .F.P.J. What I am is God ' s gift to me. What I make of myself is my gift to God. 27 " Ven para aca, Patricia " . . . Alan, ven . . . always at home . . . Dar vueltas de vez en cuando . . . Irmiux . . . piano . . . " Ay , sabes que? . . . " Me hablo pero no estaba " . . . Datsun . . . Campestre . . . Ya no me cuesta . . . Ay, Patricia tan si quiera tu acompaiiame a las pizzas y luego a la Benavides " . . . si, no, no . . . Raquel . . . Vamos? ; . . " No, puedo, tengo clase de piano " . . . " Tengo q ' ac- ompanar a mi mama al centre " . . . My neighbor, the beach ... el cuartito . . . " Oye, esta Men que si pero tampoco Ayer soiie que veia a Dios , y que Dies hablaba; y soiie que Dios me oia despues sone que sonaba . Antonio Machada d ' lm 2)e 0vp m ' . " A que no sabes lo que me paso ' No, es Dejame contarte que no le puedes imaginar " . . . no te aceleres . . . checar . . . siempre arreglada . . . Datsun rojo . . . Maverick bianco . . . Ale- jandro . . . Paso veloz . . . cantando el hallo silver . . . " Rachi " . . . Clase de piniura . . . Oigan el dinero . . . Clase de pintura . . . " Vamos a jugar a golf " . . . escribiendo en el pizzaron . . . Debes 50 pesos . . . Gigio . . . ahora checo, lero, lero . . . Ser mujer es algo tan estiaiio , tan conf uso , tan contradictorio , que solo una mujer puede soportarlo. Making cakes . . . " Tenemos coro a la tarde? " . . . Es un adorado . . . " Mague? " . . . Imita al chavo ... La secieta- ria . . . fotografa . . . Volk- swagen . . . imitadora . . . Baby Leos ... so sweet girl . . . Hoy checo . . . misa de 7:30 P.M. . . . llegando a clases tarde . . . " Oigan las espero en mi casa a las 8:00 puntuales " . . . " No entiendo " . . . Detalles . . . " Hijo mano, pena ajena " . . . Woman was created from the rib of man, not from above to lead him, not from below to follow him, but from his side to stand next to him to share his warmth and to be next to his heart . lemMj 30 vyf(aua bmnia TewUino " Vamonos . . . estoy en la lista negra de Mrs. Sappington " . . . Baty . . . " que lienes? " . . . chicles vueltas . . . " Oh, as que yo no se . . . comida . . . waisoleta . . . " Que onda? " . . . " Ay, profe- sor, seguramenta " . . . " That ' s enough " . . . " Yes, Miss, I prom- ise " . . . ]a, ja, ja . . . una mosca . . . " Miss, it was a fly " . . . Batun . . . " Hay, no es cierto " . . . torus . . . " Hay los Carpen- ters, que wais " . . . no se puede estar quieta . . . esta wais . . . Each day is a gift, imparted once, and never given again. Dana Joseph " Yo no fue " . . . " Callate " . . . Queiio . . . never in class . . . Pres . . . nombre no . . . Bendito enue las mujeres (dichoso) . . . zamba . . . fiuuro ingeniero . . . " De veras? " . . . rojillo . . . model guy . . . " Ja, ja, ja " . . . Uevandose bien con todas y todos . . . Sr. Honorable Presidenie . . . always in poli- tics . . . " Que paso? " . . . Student Council . . . luego pues ... 12 anos en el colegio! . . . no se . . . Nunco debermos dar nada por perdido, siempre nos quedara la posibilidad de cumplir con nues- tio debet. Bataille Ow ieM (J{6 Nacho? . . . New York Street . . . " Es que Nacho es un amor! " . . . " Que paso " . . . " Que fue? " . . . Nacho . . . Frances . . . Cunada . . . bebito . . . pasando New York . . . es un precioso . . . giiiona . . . Nomis . . . " Ay, dejenme contarlas . . . Nacho . . . " Que cunada " . . . " Nacho es un precioso . . . " Ah, no es cieno " . . . Nacho . . . que tonta . . . " Tengo clase de f ranees " . . . gritos sumamente . . . " Voy a misa de 7:30 " . . . " Malu! lo vi todo! " . . . Nacho es un amor . . . Inglaterra . . . fiesta . . . chicles . . . " Claro que si " . . . checking day . . . " Nacho va a mi casa hoy " . . . dia 7 de cada mes . . . It ' s nice to be important, but it ' s more important to be nice . Anon. Que nervio . . . " Estoy enferma " . . . " Me siento mal " . . . " No puedo, tengo cita con el doctor " . . . " No se nada " . . . " Voy a tronar " . . . " No puedo, estoy nervi- osa " . . . Se que no sabes " . . . Memphis . . . campo de verano . . . que calore ... a quien invito? . . . q ' cebo . . . George . . . ahora recibi carta . . . probablemente . . . campamento . . . " Que onda a la tarde? " ... a quien invito . . . nervous smile . . . " trembling " . . . sus repenti- nas enfermedades . . . National Parks . . . que engente ... si vieras es tan . . . How long has it been since yes- terday , what about tomorrow? What about our dreams? All the memories we share . John Denver cPdtjdeiwcMcb. yofu a r Baiy vamonos . . . con zapatones . . . wai- . . " Ya paso el Diablo " . . . " Yo seguia- . ijos . . . " Esiaba super " . . . " Lo max- . . . hay niiio ya . . . gorditas de harina. There is life in the shape of God ' s creatures. Clean flowing lines , on which the soul is fed . Susan Armstrong 35 " Quien tiae Kleenex? " . . . " Estoy bien gorda " . . . ahora hacemos crepas . . . " Callate, no me digas " . . . gloiias en Linares . . . " Vamos a bailar Mambo 12 3 4... MAMBO uh! . . . Guzan . . . " Salimos el domingo " . . . " Vamos a Jugar Karate, Patrick " . . . " Hay que hambre! " . . . " Que vamos a hacer? " . . . comer, comer, comer . . . funny sneeze . . . " Gachi, que cuenta tu hermosura maldita? " . . . " Tengo clase de f ranees, que emocion ' ' . . . Experience is a comb that life gives you after you lose your hair. Juliet Stern [ ' imiw m, " nos escapamos " . . . Talis . es bueno . . . que flojera . . cara de moco " . . . " Que vas , la Bartola . . . princesa . . . inocente . . . Pips Hauser . . , . . " No iraes chicles? " . . deveras? . . . Vail . . hacer a la larde " Isabel? siempre de buen humor . . Orale ' Traigo . Tala The rain showers come and, unless we prevent it, they refresh our lives . Peggy McMahon 37 ' Ay, no se . . . que lindo . . . clase de baile . . . segu- ramente . . . hay . . . " Y despues no se que, y no se cuanto " ... en serio ... no te creo . . . estas loca, que lienes . . . yo si estudie . . . no puedo . . . " Ya me voy, lengo clase de baile " . . . Frances ... etc. " Que hace- mos ahora, eh? " . . . que peeeena . . . " Ay, no es cierto " ... " La Expresiva Eve " ... en serio que Men . . . que padre . . . ay no oigan . . . Yo pasare por este mundo sola- mente una vez . . . dejame hacer el bien y no olvidarlo por- que no volvere a pasai por este camino otra vez . . . Grellet 6m En serio? . . . Siempre aneglada . . . Sherman . . . " .Les recom- iendo un buen restaurant? " . . . tu juras . . . " Fui al Meson " . . . cones de pelo ... La consentida . . . que bruta . . . " PIOLIN " . . . Toda sweet, always thinking . . . y el Frances . . . Siempre con cara de aburrida . . . presidenta . . . Gaby . . . sweet and quiet . . . risa de polio . . . always dreaming . . . The happiest people seem to be those who have no particular cause for being happy except that they are so . 39 Siempre dormida . . . " No seas pavorosa, nina " . . . huevos revueltos todas las mafianas . . . fines de semana . . . negro . . . vagando en la Bra- silia . . . chatahuiu . . . dor- mir . . . iJualo que no? . . . jiiralo que si . . . " Ay! meen- canta " . . . Casino Monterrey . . . Gachy . . . " Quientrae un chicle? " . . . Mariachis . . . " Me encantan las rosas rojas " . . . " Leonor, traes Vaselina? " . . . bueno , ciii- dame las Haves . . . profesor, que flojera . . . Arquiteciura . . . " Ay, tengo suefio. " Living just a little , laughing just a little, ain ' t easy. Gordon Lightfoot Qja aM yiiamM " Hoy hay club " . . . chorras de cosas . . . Guzan . . . no es cierto . . . hambre . . . presidenta . . . " Cuanto le sacaste " . . . " Hace poquito que fui a la isla y ya se me esta quitando lo quemado " . . . " Guardame un lugar " . . . ya iraigo el pelo muy largo . . . superbas- lante, seguramente . . . quien reprobo . . . CUANTO ME VA A PONER? . . . core . . . super nervous . . . meticulosa . . . " Ya me tengo que ir " . . . clase de baile . . . Frances . . . Senor, concedeme la serenidad para acepiar las cosas que no puedo cambiar, valor para cam- biar lo que si puedo, y sabiduria para saber la diferencia . " Ay no! se me acabo la gaso- lina " ... No seas payo . . . La vida es dura y cachetona . . . seguramente . . . que trauma psicologico . . . ya, ya, muchachiias . . . that ' s enough . . . aguas con las besos de los novios, chicas . . . Trabajos . . . " Ay, como te fue el otro dia, eh? " . . . Estoy harta ... I may be slow but I ' m good . . . todos los dias con vestido . . . Trabajos a maquina . . . " Ay mira, por favor, ay Pita " . . . " Ya hice todos los traba- jos " . . . dresses, dresses . . . que cebo . . .las consequencias de prestar agendas . . . " Estoy harta del colegio, parece carcel " . . . alegre y extrover- tida . . . super-buena gente . . . " Su gran lema-I ' M NOT IN LOVE ... " It is so small a enjoyed the sun, life in the spring , to have thought, thing to have to have lived to have loved , to have done Mathew Arnold cAfommcAfe ei ' Oiga, profesor, por favor expliqueme . . . Pavorosa . . . " Hay que escaparanos, no? " . . . Discotecas . . . Jiiralo? . . . " Ya estoy hana, me voy a cambiar a Humanidades " . . . " Ya no voy a fumar " . . . " Quiero engordarme " . . . bebiio . . .ay, vas . . . " Qye horas son? " . . . Vamonos, no? . . . " Me choca " . . . vuelias a la -Pana ... " ... " Tengo, ganas de ir a un baile " . . . que cachis . . . " Adivina con quien baile . . . " Bueno, me voy a dar mi taco " . . . que carrera escojo? . . . " Me castigaron y no puedo salir " . . . que chiflada . . . Bui I shall teach him: Tomorrow I will smell the sparkling dew, and maybe he will loo. Doyle McKey 43 Vikiiiiiiiiiiii ::: " Pero como profesoi " . . entiendo profesor " . . . eres que te explique? " " Hay examen, no sabia ' " No ' Qui- yo les soplo . , . . . explicame agronomo . . . para aca " . . , . . .Bui, Bui . el chistoso . . . dro " . oink , oink . . . vaquero o " Hey, vente ipero como? . . Mike . . . " Voy a San Isi- Perhaps his thoughts are thus, Tomorrow is another day, So why fuss. Nannette King " Creo que engorde " . . . " Tengo hambre " . . . Emocionate, ya engorde medio kilo . . . Galaxy . . . " Ay nose " . . . siempre en la luna . . . honga . . . adonde vamos . . . Necesiio una dieia a base de chocolates, pasteles y dedos de reina . . . " Voy a ir al cine " . . . Pita . . . Champinon . . .Pita hace todo . . . " Pero solamente me comi 33 pedazos de pizza " . . . corriendo atole por las venas . . . clase de baile The hean that cares remembers good friends and loved ones, too, and keeps in treasured memory the thoughtful things they do . " Ya no voy a hablar, se los juro que ya no voy a hablar ' ' . . . cuentame, cuentame . . . Mar- iachis . . . cuentame . . . cosotas . . . chachis . . . Car- penters . . . cualquier concion . . . cachis ... me gustan la cosas romanticas . . . Musica . . . carta . . . cuentame . . . Datsun . . . " Ay no es cierto " . . . jiiralo que no . . . enseno . . . " Lo bueno viene en pequenas cantidades " . . . " Ay, te pido un favorcito " . . . " Ay, como se able la cajuela del carro? " . . . perdon . . . siempre pifiando Que hago ... La hermosura maldita . . . " Cindy, me saludas a tu mami " . . . dreaming . . . perfect love . . . enserio . . . que maximo . . . The place to be happy is here, the time to be happy is now , And the way is to make others so . 46 cA((meLcA{ am Siempre a dieta . . . " Voy a ir al Tec " . . . wais, seguramenta . . . slenders . " No se si ir o no " . . .a ver que pasa . , te callas . . . cuando es luna llena . . . a ver, cuentame ... No viene el caso rapido. . . que hay de larea? siempre callada . . . . . tamarindos . . . N.Y. . . dieta . . . Black . . . . siempre pensativa . . . Y se le va a caer el pelo . . . , . . " No puedo escribir tan q ' hacemos a la tarde . . . If you want to sing out, sing out . . . And if you want to be free , be free . . . And if you want to say yes , say yes . . . And if you want to be you , be you . 47 Hector siemp re . . . " Vas a iromelgar hoy " . . . antiojos ... mi cielo, flamenco cunada . . . enciclopedias . . . " se me cayo el pelo " . . . yo y mi cielo . . . ya me tienen harta . . . " Manana no el examen porque voy a checar " . . . bebito Hec- tor .. . hay que hacer junta . . . checking day today . . . Hector . . . Misa de 7:30 . . . VW araranjado Love is a way of smiling with your heart. Happines is having someone to take care of . Anon. 48 cJfam ikdes :Pam Cheers . . . " Anoche sofie con el profesor " . . . chicas ... mi amor colegial . . . en el centre comercial . . . princesa . . . " Paso por ti para dar vueltas " . . . Malu . . . hay que suen . . . " Esian listas chicas " . . . hay que flojera venir al colegio . . . Russia . . . No hay que venir a clases en la tarde . . . cebo ... a venderlos pas- teles en frente de Chaplins . . . " Me voy a oxidar " . . . Take it easy. I do my thing, and you do your thing, I am not in this world to live up to your expectations and you are not in this world to live up to mine, you are you, and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, it ' s beautiful. Frederick S . Perls 49 Lucia y Mague inseparables . . . cara inocente . . . cuando dijeron? . . . dedos de reina . . . I ' ll play for you . . . Rayitos-rayotes . . . tia- tando de ayudar a los demas . . . baile . . . gimnasia . . . buena gente . . . always daydreaming . . . llegando tarde al colegio . . . " Saben que me encania? " . . . Uegue, me dormi y no me despinte . . . aprendiendo a manejar . . . su primer choque y de reversa . . . se quieren en la quinta . . . " Mague y yo estamos planeando pelearnos " . . . " No me interesa " . . . I believe in the sun even when it is not shining, I believe in love even when I ' m alone, I believe in God even when he is silent . ' a£i euCTSMkUi ' kigu z i mcAfokUiQ cuL Callense, ninas . . . " Vas a ser princesa? " . . . Ana Merry . . . siempre a dieta . . . que sueno . . . que hermoso . . . que flojera . . . oye, nina . . . Anis . . . " Pasas por mi en el piolo " . . . que riiaximo ... sin cenar . . . te lo juro que hermoso . . . hay ya! . . . " Ay, me acompanas a comprar una frmaleta " . . . Nero!! Solo con el corazon se puede ver bien; lo esencial es invisible para los ojos. - — ■ " ■ - -- ' -— Reina de Simpatia . . . Exreina del Casino . . . Rizitas de oro . . . coqueta . . . bebito Memo . . . siempre coqueta . . . Reina? . . . popotitos . . . " Ay! profesor " . . . " Te crees lo maximo? " . . . ver- dad? . . . Cayiia . . . ahi viene la plaga . . . Rock and Roll . . . Isla del Padre . . . voz super especial . . . Porque yo si . . . " Pues, que quieren que les diga? " . . . Reina: 74- 75 . . . coqueta para siempre Ve despacio y vive cada mem- ento como si fuera el ultimo . r cA(ahj Qkit{l A Orale Lucia . . . " a veF, profesoi, espeme . . . smiling and singing always . . . Mague . . . lenta como nadie . . . Vice-presidenta . . . siempre sonrojandose . . . esta camara no jala . . . Margaret . . . tenis . . . chapana . . . playing guitar . . . cachetitos de algodon ... la mas chica en bachilleres . . . We shattered, living as if dawn would bring us death; sleep is for others, we can always sleep but never live again. Barbara Subirge siempie callada . . . " Voy a comer al campestre " . . . Ya me pase de faltas . . . " No se si venir a la taide " . . . Todo es si . . . seria . . . fingernail polish . . . " No lo hice " . . . que linda gracias . . . " Hola como estas " . . . ??? . . . siempre viajando . . . pasada en faltas . . . manos inquietas . . . cosotas . . . nunca en clase . . . " Vas a venir al cole- gio? " . . . Maverick . . . " No le preocupes " . . . lo que saiga . . . His imperfections had their spe- cial shape . Paula Speck WWb e m., iMt Ay que pena . . . adivina quien Uego . . . " Me voy ' a quedar a gim- nasia " . . . blue jeans . . . depones . . . vegetariana . . . siempre ayudando . . . cuerda en math, fisica, bueno en todo . . . sonrisa ... el alcelere . . . " Sabes que? " . . . Buenooo . . . acelere para hablar . . .las banas . . . always interested in everything . . . jicama . . . le crece el pelo como un metro al mes . . . 50,000 leo- tardos . . . claro que si . . . Mira . Mike , es bien facil . . . se rie de todo . . . habla tan rapido como una maquinita y con muchos movi- mientos . . . unas largas . . . pelo liso y con rayos naturales . . . basquet . . . cacahuates chinos y limon . . . " Para variar voy a ir al cine y leugo a cenar " . . . " No se si lo quiero o no " A friend is he who writes upon your soul an enduring message of p - " - - - ' . ' - ah, ya Zovek , la moienaza . . Que maximo . . caracajadas Lili . . . . . Vail . . . mountains . . . profesor, por favor ' . . . Colorado . . andando waisolona climbing Ingles no . . . Vail la seriedad waisoleta . . . que maximo . . . seguramente . . . toda la onda . . . " Voy a esquiar a Aspen " . . . skrash, skrash . . . " Vamos a la presa el sabado " . . . Aspen . . . vamonos a altamar ... Ay q ' risa ... no sabes quien me hablo . . . atacon . . . Bla, bla, ibla.ji.ji.ji.ji.ji . . .Hay . . . adoio a Snoopy . . . de pelo pero bien negro . . . Fal- tan exactamente . . . De la mujer y del dinero, no te buries, companero. Uijmlia Y mi em mi " Vamos al colegio? " . . " No tengo ganas de venir a ing everyday . . . Victor Tesorera . . . Victor . . dama . . . traigan el dinero . . . Lentes del sol Sud America, Europa . . . . Sgt. Peppers Discoteque y Victor . . . la tarde " . . . Lie. Ibanola . . . check - . . Lorena y su poderoso Super Bee . . . Puro corazon . . . esta bien . . . mibella Rio de Janeiro , Cuida bein tu grey y pon aten- cion a tus rebaiios. Porque no dura siempre la riqueza, ni la corona va de generacion en gen- eracion . Proverbios 27-23 57 spent most of the yeai promoting student and faculty activities. With this they hoped to obtain a high spirit to make of the 1975-1976 year the best . Mi. George A. Giobien, ]i. , President Mr. Biyce E. Menk, Vice-President lie. Hector Giion, Secretary Mi. Richard D. Ceyler, Treasurer Mr. Raiil Ramirez V. , Comisario Mr. Pablo Toiales Sordo, Com. Sup. Mr. Jorge L. Jaime Di. Francis X. l.amben Dr. Ing. Miguel A. Macias Rendon Ing. Francisco A. Mancillas Mr. Raymond Orrell Mr. Harold L. Turk Ml. Kenneth R. Watts Ml. Stanley D. Young Mr. Claike W. AUard Mr. Hugo R. Baxter Mr. Federico Correa Mr. Alfredo A. Gal van Mr. Gerald Gwaltney Mr. Alan K. Hegedus Mis. Mary Ann Mares Ing. Enrique Meyer Ing. Mateo Quiroga Uc. GUberto Schleske Mr. Steven Szucs Mrs. Ann Trevino The U.S. Biceniennial Year of 1976 marks the 48th anniversary of the American School Founda- tion of Monterrey. With a modest incipiency in 1928 in Colonia Obispado with a student enroll- ment of 57 and a teaching staff of three, the School has developed into a first-class educational institution of 1255 students. It is recognized as one of the best fully-accredited, bilingual schools in the world. One of the school ' s greatest periods of development has been from 1970 to the present under the ufm f of Superintendent George E. Winslow. Thanks to his sound educational background and keen perceptive visions, ASF has shown great strides of progress . As the United States enters upon its third century of inde- pendence and the ASF approaches its golden anniver- sary , plans are underway for even further improvement in the school ' s physical facilities and instructional program. Despite multiple difficulites, the U.S.A. has maintained its status as a world power in democratic principles. By the same token, ASF has overcome seemingly insurmountable problems, and thanks to the friendly Mexican- U.S. relations, it continues to serve as a paragon for the train- ing of young people to assume leading roles in the community in business, social and public service areas. Above-Dr. Winslow Board of Directors. arking in his office. Below-Di. Winslow d 63 ' •i-r ' 1. Baudelio Garza-H.S. Bach Principal 2. Jean Zuazua-Primary Principal 3. Lois de la Rosa -Inter. Principal 4. Evelyn Barrett- Asst. Principal Chairs for the Harry Hamlet The- ater, water pumps, and the new bleachers in the gym were some of the outstanding achievements of the ( muultMiim ' Hni i-r. mE J ' Pisii 1. Dulci Rolsion-Aduli Education 2. Gloria Garcia-Guidance Counselor 3 . Roben Rutherford-Resource Coordinator 4. Harry Hamlet-Co-Curricular Director Side by side with the student council the directors and principals sought a better student-teacher rela- tionship a nd by means of student-faculty football games and meetings at which problems were dis- cussed, this goal was achieved. This truly revolu- tionary administration gained the students ' approval . 1. Elenes La Verne -Fund Raising Dii. 2. Adiiana Villaneal-Adm. Assistant 3. Ramiro Villaneal- Business Manager 4. Ma. de la Luz Guevaia-Registiar 5. Ana Carpinteyro-Cashier The adminisuation fulfilled their purpose completely and funher- more helped to make of the 75- 76 school year one of the best. In close collaboration with the stu- dent council many projects were planned and executed succes- fully. i p i 1 1 r 1 1. Connie Marroquin- Secretary Primary 2. Cristina Vega-Secretary Fund Raising 3. Mary Ortiz-Secretary Counselor 4. Hilda Ramos-Receptionist 5. Hortencia Tejada-Secreury Superintendent The backbone of oui team , - fOlfke became the energetic motor which pushed all scho- lastic activities. Answering a telephone, sending a letter or just by . . . 67 1 . Teresa Leos-Secretary H . S . Bach 2. Janet Manoquin-Faculty Assisunt 3. Yolanda Nerio-Secretary Inter. 4. Abraham Garcia -Assistant Account 5. Juan Dominguez- Assistant Account 6. Isabel L£os-Secretary Library . . . the simple act of comfort- ing a troubled student these peo- ple made their presence known. Like little ants they would work without getting tired. We owe a great deal to them . LJ t 1. Carole Bracamomes-English 7-8 2. Alba Boitino-Drama Speech Joumalism 3. Robena Sappington-H.S. English 4. Colleen Sandford-Casuoll-English 8-9 this year tried to develop interest and open the doors towards the English languages The classes studied literature as well as developed skills in oral communication. 1. Salvador Gaiza-Bach Il-Science 2. Steve Chaffee -Science 8-9 3. Virginia Colley-Science 7-Bach I 4. Frank Willits-General Science-Radio Electronics From dissecting chicken wings in biology to studying oxidation in chemistry. The jzfe. covered it all. Hours of long, detailed explanations were given to the students. There were, of course , iimumerable questions by the students after these explana- 3}lm 70 1. Evelyn Barreu-Maih 2. Cymbelene Breuker-Maih 7-8 3. James Breuker-Maih 8-9 4. Elizabeth Gaiza-Math-Guidance Congruent angles, algebraic equations, inequali- ties, these are some of the many terms used in math this year. The students were kept busy with homework and projects, about one every six weeks. The teachers were also very busy grading homework, tests, and quizzes. All in all, has accomplished a great deal this year. mfmik . this year dealt with the understanding of the lan- guage. Much emphasis was placed on improving the sentence structure. Many compositions as well as term papers were written. The students learned how to eliminate many unnecessary words in their papers and how to express themselves in a better manner. 1 . Armando Canales 2. Carmen de la Fuente 3 . Ana Garcia 4. Maria Garza 72 Beverlee van der Mersch-Social Studies Joseph Willars-Social Studies Thomas Scamati-Maiketing Psychology program- Stressed the students comprehension of society . History classes covered from the beginning of society to contemporary events . The psychology teacher placed emphasis on human character. From Mexican history to American Government , students learned our past. HBBHBaa 1. Horacio Bononi- Coach Basketball 2. Barbara Johnson-P.E. Girls 3. Frank Tuiera-Boys Coach P.E. 4. Angel Salinas-P.E. Elementary The purpose of has been the idea of developing an enjoyment of the out- door sports whereby the person will continue to participate in physical activities throughout his or her adult life . J J t !9Kk— _ — ■ 75 I MS) ft. was occupied preparing for the Christmas presentation, and making mosaics and mobiles in 1. Sandra Coolidge-Music 2. Becky Drupiewski-An-Music 3. Sue Bercaw-Pre-school Music 4. Craig Roland -An 5. Michael Severeid-An-Music ' ff ■== J ii : 3i Si M 1 k i ) this year were an enormous help not only to the teachers themselves but to all the children. They tried to help develop the social life in the child , to make of him a better citizen. 1. Olga Campuzano-lst Griffel 2. Georgia Elizondo-lst Galindo 3. Esperanza Garcia- Ist Miskimins 4. Sue Roland-lsl Greeley 5. Rocio Guerra-Nursery Kinder-Aiambula 77 1. Ma. Eugenia Baibosa- Typing French 5. Margot Resendez- Special English 5. Victoria Escamilla-Nuise Though many of the faculty members in the Q peeidcA department of the ASF did not actually teach a class, they played a very important role in the development of the school and of the students. Special assignments cover from aiding teachers with audiovisual equip- ment, to providing medical help. 1. Jose Luis Gutierrez-Sp. Services 2. Lauia Flocks-H.S. Librarian 3. Laura Janet-Cafeteria 4. Rosario Severeid-EIementary Lib. . . . and leaching French, the special English teachers were very busy preparing the future students of high school, being completely successful . Librarians endeavored to teach students the correct method of using the library. The special assignments department was one of the most challenging . ■I 1. Suzanne Dreyer-5th grade 2. Nancy Morrow -5th grade 3. Susan Tiemo-5th grade 4. Emesiina Rodriguez -5lh grade 5. Shelley Williams-5th grade n Lj aae ZJmmeu enthusiastically supponed theii students this year. 1. Ma. Velia Montemayor-4th giade 2. Karen Levy-4th giade 3. Rose Raccuia-4th grade P encils, erasers, and papers were among the uten- sils fourth grade students used the most. dmti wL 3 GJm9i k ' m on the move . The first day of school the boys and girls went to work . teachers had to stay home cor- recting papers, and more than anything else they taught the children how to grow up. They had lots of laughter and lots of working during this year. These teachers laid the first bricks of many lives. 1. Carmina Gonzalez -3rd grade D 2. Josef ina Scou-3rd grade B 3. Judy Wamer-3rd grade A 4. Tina Wassel-3rd grade C 83 K Kf ' ' T BL _ ' w K ' L i _.i were busy throughout the year preparing their stu- dents to forge a future . 1. Sharon Abiames-2nd grade 2. Barbara Field-2nd grade 3. Stephen Field-2nd grade 4. Terrell 01son-2nd grade J 1 ' ' ' ■ T " ' " " " - ' -W nu WT ■ . :S f 1 1 1 1 . ! 1 i 1 1 ■ 1 1 - L 1 ) L§ teachers of our school were very involved in the school activities. Their collaboration with the Pri- mary Press section of the newspa- per came always spontaneously and warm. It was a year of hard work but full of compensations. Every morning they would let the sunshine in, and every time they did this, new horizons were dis- covered . 1. Claudia Galindo-lst grade 2. Sharon Miskimins- 1st grade 3. Chrisiine Greeley-lst grade 4. Elaine Griffel-lst grade cAiaJiA )iM their students were well trained to meet the requirements of a hard elementary school. Disci- pline was combined with good moments to achieve the perfect atmosphere for learning . 1. Sara Guerra-Pre-primei 2. Blanca Melo-Pre-primei 3. Giaciela Trevino-Pre-priraei 4. Victoria Villaneal-Pre-primer teachers were involved throughout the year teach- ing their students how to develop their writing, reading, and speaking abilities. Their students learned the basics of English . 1. Veronica Barrera-Kinder 2. Marcy Garza -Kinder 3. Patricia Theissen- Kinder 1. Rosa del Rio-Nuisery Kinder 2. Consuelo Aiambula-Nuiseiy Kinder 3. Natalia Garcia-Nuxsery Kinder 4. Irene Hinojosa-Nuisery Kinder Patience was one of the virtues of these teachers throughout the school year. Day by day they would hear requests for permis- sion to attend bathrooms and to drink water. With each child there was something new to learn and with each question asked, a new world would flourish. prepared children to be adults. 1 ri rm L ' aumimce helped to make the 1975-1976 school year one of the most successful. This group of people made possible many of the activities that were held throughout the year. With their collaboration many basketball, soccer, and volleyball games were pos- sible . All over the school their work was noticed for the service they gave . Standing-From left to right: Tomasa Segovia, Humbeno Resen- dez, Juan Conueras. Rafael Cananco, Antonio Contieras, Mauio Garcia, and Carlos Lopez. Kneeling -Jesiis Sauceda and Jesiis Martinez. nt.. fiiiii fiiii| iiipfi I All persons held sls slaves within said desig- nated states and parts of states are and are henceforth free. Abraham Lincoln, Emancipation Proclama- fT MM Of all the groups in school there is a group of stu- dents who is responsible for most of the achieve- ments done throughout the year. These students belong to and panicipate in most activities. These activities run from sports to clubs sponsored by the school fac- ulty . The subjects taken varied with the grade they were in. Some of the subjects taken were Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and other sub- jects. Next year we hope the High School is as great as this year ' s. 93 mmmi wvLmjLmkmgni-jj am ■■ . .... —, ' J - " L H I - J c K ' c SH I Hhs »4 — ' " . hI K P » p Jl 1 Hfj 1. Looks like Robert Koubratoff and Mark Hutchinson are doing s good copying job. 2 . Chris Lamben is flattered by the award given to him by the American Legion . 3 . Do you have the answer to problem four? 4. Jeepers creepers where did you get those eyes? Thomas Bertolini Stephanie Coffey Jeff Hegedus Mark Hutchinson Roben Koubratoff Christopher Lamben Sharon Lucero Kevin Menk Jeannie MuUin Alexandra Navarro Felipe Rubio Patricia Schneider Alan Watts Tina Wolcott Brian Navarro: Absent in many subjects. Many found themselves in the whirlpool of activities surrounding the preparation of the yearbook and newspaper. Others were expanding their muscles and assisting the school in basketball and soccer competition. The momen- tum of this year ' s activities prepared them for the rush of " Senior Year " . 95 1 . Gosh , this is hard ! 2. The all-around friends. 3. Jan Winslow is about to tell us something nice. 4. I knew I shouldn ' t have gone to sleep. Cristina Andre Candace Baldwin Lori Bedwell Vanessa Koubratoff Ricardo Ontiveros The school had many faces, and some of its most Lmponant ones were the Sophomores. Most of the QjopLmm zPahUeipdted in and provided valuable assistance for many of the team sports. Their studies involved many subject areas and they waited with determination for theii junior year. 97 r f t I Evelio Alanis Semiramis Andonie Nydia Ayala Carlos Barrett Beatriz Botello Dolores Calderon Dora Sylvia Cavazos Marcela del Valle Blanca Elizondo Camila Elizondo Carlos Engels Jesus Ferrigno Alejandra Garza Ma . Eugenia Garza Ma . Luisa Garza Maria Esther Gomez Susana Hughes Dario Iriarte Ma . Teresa Junco Ma . Elizabeth Kalif a Fermina Luria Cecilia Marcos Marisa Martinez Carlos Muller Lucia Price I 1 Ma. Angelica Ramirez Mary Bell Rodriguez Sylvia Rodriguez Tamara Sanchez Avelina Trevino Jessica Urena Ma. Elizabeth Van den : Victor Villalba Ma. Concepcion Mendez: Absent Many of the students enrolled in the Bachilleres program this year, came from other schools. Some were ninth graders who graduated from the ASF last year and chose to 6 M.- . JtUSn Mm mt eke These students faced a busy schedule and put in many long hours of study. But, several still found time to participate in clubs and sports. " Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to free . . . y lamp beside the golden La m Jt 1. Picasso at work! 2. Elizabeth Pease taking insmiciions. 3 . What a boring class ! 4. Steve Chaffee ' s ninth grade class at 101 active pan in Junior High activi- ties. Planning their graduation party was an added responsibility but the party was a big success . Arturo Abrego Jorge Andonie Mauricio Andonie Hilda Ayala Roberto Baez James Baldwin Marcela Barrera Polly Barrett Debbie Baxter Susie Bianchi Chip Boldin Marcela Campuzano Martha Carrera Graciela Cantii Lisa Cathcart Barbara Chapa Amulfo Chavez Ma . de Los Angeles Chavez John Clements Alejandra Cortes Manuel de la Garza David del Toro Norma Deschamps Ricardo Diaz Gabriela Eisele i ' rw v m Jose Elizondo Luz Elizondo Manuel Familiar Alejandro Fernandez Martha Fernandez Gerardo Ferrigno Elizabeth Fiehn Carlos Garza Esperanza Garza Hilda Garza Jaime Garza Laura Garza Ma. Fernanda Garza Rossina Garza Adriana Gonzalez 103 Julio Lozano Myrna Lozano Elizabeth Macias Romelia Macias Mauricio Marcos Alison Marsh Blanca Martinez Cecilia Martinez Marcelo Martinez Jeff Medina Karin Meyer Ma . Elena Ontiveros Ana Isabel Padilla Roman Paez Elizabeth Pease Rocio Preciat Rosa Ramirez Patricio Rodriguez Teresa Rodriguez Claudia Romero Ma . Isabel Rubies Daniel Ruiz Rodolfo Sanchez Alejandra Santos Carlos Schleske Laura Pena: Absent 104 Sergio Sedas Barbara Segovia Enrique Segovia Patty Soto Arnoldo Terrazas 1. " Why is this one wrong? " 2. Julio Ixjzano posing in class. 3. Oh, I can ' t wait till Saturday. 4. " We have a test today? " 105 As students and individuals , 8igU aAkJ G wd to be equally excellent, both scholastically and on the sports field. They finished the year ready for the bigger challenge of 9th grade . Nelly Alrego Ma . Eugenia Amaya Jack Baldwin Juan Barragan Sylvia Bichara Yamille Blasquez Alejandra Bremer Mauricio Bueno Patrick Burke Scott Casey Mauricio Celada Ignacio Cells Rosario Cervantes Gay Ceyler Peny Chapman Ricardo Chavez Shauna Coffey Alejandra Cortes Barbara CrioUos Ana Catalina de Hoyos Cecilia de la Garza Elsa de la Garza Jesus de la Garza Claudia Chapa: Absent Lissette Chapa: Absent 106 1. Carol Koubratoff leaving dressing 2. " Gee, these hats are i 3. " Tiger, tiger, burning bright ! Lazaro Garza Magaly Garza Nancy Gladen Margarita Gonzalez Lisa Grobien Gerardo Guzman Brent Gwaltney Alvaro de Leon: Absent Guadalupe Elizondo: Absent Eduardo Guajardo: Absent 107 -mmm Yosel Handal Kathy Hegedus Olga Hinojosa Marco lUuminati Rogelio Jaime Marcela Kanen Carole Koubratoff Ma. Aurora Leal Adauto Lozano Rosa Luria Lisette Marchand Mauricio Marchand Ana Luisa Martinez Eduardo Martinez Marcela Martinez Monica Martinez Nora Martinez Raiil Medellin Ma . Aurora Meyer Juan Morales Silvia Miiller John MuUin Carlos Olivares Ruth Ontiveros Marcela Oniz iZi f mhWm, Carlos Ramirez Eduardo ' . Catalina Rodriguez Angeles Saenz Adriana Sama Jorge Sanchez Monica Santos Tom Slaughter Judy Suarez Cristina Szucs 1 . Scott Casey and Cecilia de la Garza paying attention . 2. " He ' s got bad breath. " 3. Rosario Cervantes and Mauiicio Bueno showing off their hats. 109 Adriana Aldape Marcela Amaya Cathy Barrett Mike Barrett Charles Battani Ma. del Carmen Campa Alfredo Campo Jose Campuzano Gabriela Cantii Patricia Cantii Ma. Marcela Carrera Francisco Castano Raquel Castano Richard Christoffersen Ramiro Cruz Carlos de la Garza Eugenio de la Garza Juan de la Garza Ma. Catalina del Valle Ana Laura Deschamps Eugenia Diaz Eugenio Diaz del Guante Madgalena Domene Daniel Elizondo Hugo Elizondo Armando Familiar Adriana Ferrara Ambrosio Garza Geraldina Garza Humberto Garza Catalina del Valle, right, is surprised by an Eagle photographer in her 7th grade geography class . $ t «- « t. t. ' dLoimaf.gwk ' J an excellent year which came to a grand finale with their end of the year party . They came costumed in typical dress from an area of the Middle East , North West Europe , or the Miditerranean . Each student prepared a dish typical of one of the regions and the result was exqui- site cuisine . Luis Garza Mara Garza Nora Garza Oscar Garza Ricardo Garza Robeno Garza Aida Gonzalez Amoldo Gonzalez Cesar Gonzalez Jesiis Gonzalez Sara Gonzalez George Grobien Abelardo Guerra Ma. Elena Guerra Flora Gutierrez Hernan Gutierrez Rogelio Guzman Rosa Guzman Roben Hegedus Magaly Hinojosa Raiil Hinojosa Eric Husemann Arturo Ibarra Bernardo Jaime Cristina Jimenez 111 Hernand Koubratoff Elena Larralde Ma. Teresa Lopez Eduardo Lozano Liliana Marcos Lucia Marcos Susy Mares Joanne Marsh Fernando Martinez Ma. Eugenia Martinez Ma. Veronica Martinez Yolanda Martinez Erich Meyer Julio Meyer Enrique Montfort Jose Odriozola Limhi Ontiveros Rodolfo Orozco Eva Padilla Jesus Porras Hector Ramirez Maria Ramirez Adriana Robles Prisca Rock Marcia Rodriguez Eddie Rojo Javier Romero Francisco Sanchez Catalina Segovia Kate Southwood Karen Suarez Elvira Torres Abel Treviiio Eduardo Treviiio Guillermo Treviiio Jorge Treviiio Alejandra Valdes Liliana Vargas Edgar Villarreal Rafael Villarreal Ruth Villarreal Bryan Voss Jorge Warnholtz Javier Zambrano 112 m 1. " What ' s three times four again? " 2. " No homework? " 3. " Paco wake up! " 4. " Dear Maria, Here I am in English 5. " Oh . . .1 wonder what he ' s doing right now . . . " 6. " Cecilia de la Garza, Please turn arouni- ' ' 113 Maria Avalos Ana Marcela Cavazos Vicky Kalifa Ma . Magdalena Flores Flory Garza Monica Gomez Dora Hayek Myiiam Ibarra Rosa Laila Kalifa Ma . Angeles Lopez The exchange program with Memphis, Tennessee was a highlight for Special English students. The program offered a special opponunity to practice and improve their English. Another method used to secure success in the language allowed these stu- dents to enter regular classes when their command of English was adequate . were busy yet productive and students ended the year prepared to enter regular classes next fall . Above: Patiicio Zonilla concenuates on his assignment. Beuy Garza, right, returns Sandra Marcos ' paper with a smile-must have been a good grade . 114 Sandra Marcos Angela Menchaca Concepcion Tamez Caialina Trevino Fernando Zorrilla Pauicio Zorrilla Monica Gomez left, concenuates on a test in Special English. Below: Myriam Ibarra pauses momentarily before continuing an art project for Mr. Roland. Bottom: This group of Special English girls anticipate participation in the Exchange Program . 115 117 wm mtm mmm mmm C}wL class was an active one this year , but though set to serious work, they still had time to share a laugh or new experience. One of their highlights this year was the program in honor of Benito Jua- rez ' s birthday. The class worked with vigor in all their projects and it was an adventurous year for all. % " -f - 11 118 Jaime Aguilar Lucia Alanis Marcela Alanis Cecilia Aldape Isauro Ancira Crisiina Arechavala Ernesto Arechavala Rosa Arevalo Crisiina Arizpe Jessica Ayala Glenda Baxter Carole Calderon Eugenia Calderon Carlos Cantu Roel Castaiio Gino Cavalli Francisco Chapa Janie Christofferson Mark Clements Mauricio Cornish Alejandro de las Garza David de la Garza Daniel Diaz Mauricio Diaz Monica Diaz Francisco Elias Marcelo Familiar Martha Faudoa Lorena Fernandez Juan Fidalgo Claudia Garcia Antonio Garza Gabriela Garza Raiil Garza Enrique Gomez Claudia Gonzalez Eduardo Gonzalez Emma Gonzalez Gabriela Gonzalez Mauricio Gonzalez 119 Maicela Guajardo Anuro Guerra Sara Guerra Alejandro Guzman Elvia Guzman Gabriela Guzman Ted Harrington Armando Hinojosa Mario Ibarra Eugenia Jaime Kathleen Koubratoff Mark Kreuser Andre Kunz Elena Lopez Marcela Luque Miguel Macias Guillermo Madero Jose Marcos Gerardo Martinez Laura Martinez Mauricio Martinez Olga Martinez Vulfranco Martinez Billy Matthews Claudia Montemayor Veronica Saenz stops momentarily to answer a classmates questions. A student attempts to understand his workbook. Jorge Montemayor occupying his leisure moment reading a book. 120 Jorge Montemayor Vilma Miiller Alejandro Olivares Mark Pease Dalia Pena Lucia Pena Alicia Perez-Maldonado Carolina Preciat Alejandro Quijano Roberto Quiroga Armando Ravize Magdalena Reyes Eduardo Riojas Leonardo Robles Ana Cecilia Rodriguez Eduardo Rodriguez Eugenio Rodriguez Laura Rodriguez Roland Rojo Marcela Saenz Veronica Saenz Graciela Sanchez Hector Santos Veronica Schleske Carlos Scott Beriha Serna Kent Suarez Magda Tamez Robert Terrazas Francisco Trevifio Elena Trevifio Pedro Vela Alejandro Villarreal Edith Villarreal Jaime Villarreal Margarita Yarte Connie Zambrano Consuelo Zambrano 121 Magdalena Abrego Anuro Ancira Mike Ancira Eduardo Andonie Esthela Andonie Cirisiina Arechaval Juan Arechavala Veronica Avelino Diana Ayala Eduardo Ayala Gabriela Ayala Lany Balding Michael Barber Tomas Barrera Leslie Barrett Susana Belden Eugenic Bueno Rodiigo Bueno Jaime Caballero Adriana Cantu Above, Nancy Moriow gives her students some individual attention. At right, Cecilia Villarreal does her homework in Miss Tierno ' s room. 122 Gabriel de la Garza Lucia de la Garza Jorge Diaz Charles Dixon Alfonso Elizondo Eduardo Elizondo Homero Elizondo Luis Elizondo Ruben Elizondo Alicia Fernandez Eduardo Ferrara Alejandro Ferrigno Humbeno Flores Sonia Galvan Carlos Garcia Eduardo Garcia Hugo Garcia Ma de los Angeles Garcia Sandra Garcia Dana Gardner Alejandra Garza Alejandro Garza Amador Garza Ana Garza Alejandra Gomez Alejandra Gonzalez Rosalinda Gonzalez Hector Guerra Gerardo Gutierrez Mariela Hinojosa 1. The 5th graders sing the Mexican National Anthem for Benito Juarez ' s Biithday Celebration. 2. The 5th grade program was a success due to the patient coop- of each student . K W 9 123 The American Bicentennial became an important theme for this year ' s ( acks. One of the most spectacular pro- grams of the year was a presenta- tion of Bicentennial costumes by these students. Also presented were a play and choral readings. This and other programs were expansions of their regular class- work. They utilized the theory of learning by doing . Richard Husemann Roberto Jaime Luis Javelly Patricio Jimenez Monica Kane Jessica Kreuser Cesar Lazo Victoria Llano Sandra Luria Jorge Madero Gabriela Marchand Gertrudis Martinez Ruben Mireles Joyce MoUer Mark Morris Lourdes Perez Leonardo Quijano David Ramirez Lourdes Ravize Martha Reyes Barbara Robles Adriana Rodriguez Hugo Romero Miguel Rubies Elizabeth Ruehl 124 Maricrina Ruiz Matilda Ruiz Oscar Ruiz Jose Saldana Romelia Sanchez Diana Santos Armando Scala Hilda Scott Denise Sedas Sofia Segovia Alejandro Sema Lourdes Siller Clare Southwood Adrian Talamantes Carlos Torres Jose Treviiio Yolanda Treviiio Francisco Valdez Nora Valdez Zeferino Valdez Eduardo Villanueva Rose Villanueva Cecilia Villarreal Dora Villarreal Jorge Villarreal Leocadio Villarreal Carlos Vivanco Blanca Zenuche Lourdes Zertuche William Bline: Absent 5th grader as chimney sweep in Bicentennial fashion show. American western farmer and his wife make their appearance. 125 As so many other elementary classes this year , the were involved in various projects and programs for the Bicenten- nial . They also spent a busy year preparing for the more difficult subjects they will face next year . Rafael Abrigo Alberto Aguilar Martha Alanis Nora Ayala Gina Baez Sergio Baez Claudia Bichara Wess Boatwright James Brown Jorge Cantu Gabriela Carrera Luis Castano Francisco Chavez Roberta Cleontes Felix de la Garza Pilar de la Garza Rossana de la Garza Rogelio Diaz-Flores Sara Diaz Maurilio Elizondo Oscar Elizondo Reynald Farias Agustin Faudoa Top: Karen Levy discusses a problem with Federico Valdes . 126 f. t f Barbara Fernandez Claudio Fernandez Cesar Flores Beauiz Garcia Blanca Garza Francisco Garza Guillermo Garza Luis Garza Alfredo Gomez Mauricio Gomez Anuro Gonzalez Gustavo Gonzalez Luis Gonzalez Monica Gonzalez Carl Grobein Javier Gutierrez Oscar Gutierrez Antonio Guzman Carlos Herrera Jorge Hinojosa Left: Eugenio Zambiano and Gabiiela Caneia work to finish theii assignments so there will be no books to carry home. Below: Fourth graders continue to set a good example of hard work. 127 Huberto Jasso Reto Kreuser Mayerling Letayf Manuel Lopez Marcelino Lopez Robeno Lopez Salvador Lopez Jose Luque Gladys Luiia Marcela Marcos Laura Mares Cristina Martinez Sergio Martinez Luis Medina Magdalena Meyer Micky Michelson Jorge Montemayor Carla Montfort Rafael Moreno Patricia Odriozola Mauricio Gomez below, seeks Miss Momemayor ' s assistance. Right: Mayerling Letayf works steadily to finish her assignment before the bell rings. i ' 1 128 Monica Otaloia Lupina Preciat Gustavo Putz Raiil Quiroz Jesus Ramirez Rocio Ramirez Mauricio Ravize Alejandro Riojas Alejandro Robles Pauicia Rock Hugo Scala Rene Treviiio Alejandro Treviiio David Treviiio Eduardo Treviiio Federico Valdez William Richard Raul Vela Feliz Villarreal Edgar Warnholtz Eugenio Zambrano Uura Mares left, looks up in time to be caught by the camera. Below left-. Fran- cisco Chavez and Francisco Garza leaf ihiough storybooks they selected in the Ubrary. Rosa Flores students, below, seem to keep very busy. 129 Lilian Baca lets nothing disturb her as she works hard to complete an assignment for Miss Gonzalez. Puppet shows, plays and various classroom activi- ties kept most of these students busy throughout the year. for their parents and fellow students, in one case bringing the fairy tale of Snow White and Rose Red to life. Besides entertaining, these industrious wee folk were also learning a dirth of information to carry them successfully through their fourth grade year. Lorenzo Aguilar Adrian Ancira Alejandro Andonie Thelma Arce Liliana Baca Blanca Baker Rebecca Barber Kirk Bedwell Javier Benitez Jamie Bercaw Marcela Botello Gabriela Bueno Cristina Bunnell Antonio Cantu Francisco Cantii Manuel Castaiio Diana Chapa Hilda Chapa Monica Chapa Yolanda Coindreau James Colyer David Creado Lucas de la Garza Geil Diaz Federico Eisele 130 Leonor Elias Angelica Elizondo Jesiis Elizondo Lisseii Elizondo Consuelo Escamez Claudia Farias Patricia Faudoa Armando Galvan Sergio Galvan Fernando Garcia Graciela Garcia Lourdes Garcia Carolina Garza Cecilia Garza Eva Garza Isabel Garza Luis Garza Arthur Gomez Guadalupe Gonzalez Eugenia Guajardo Gabriela Guajardo Adriana Guerra Jesus Guerra Alejandro Guzman Georgina Guzman 1. Lupita Gonzalez ' quick peek at her neighbor ' s paper. 2. Kirk Bedwell is a perfect picture of a will for work. 131 r Lisa Hanhy Robeno Hinojosa Albeno Jaime Carla Jaime Susana Jasso Catalina Jimenez Patricia Kanen Travis Kuykendall Luis I tayf Pauicia Livas Lourdes Lopez David Lozano Hernan Lozano Armando Madero Humberto Maldonado Monica Manautou Christopher Mancini Albeno Martinez Concepcion Martinez Horacio Martinez P Gerardo Medellin Adriana Morales Veronica Moreira Garry Nichols Above a third grader is busy preparing an an creation for the Hal loween festivities . At right a look of puzzlement passes on Ontiveros ' face as he ponders over his work. 132 Javier Olivares Roben Ontiveros Claudia Orozco Adolfo Ortiz Fernando Paez Javier Quintanilla Ignacio Razon Esther Rio j as Juan Rio j as Marcelo Robles Enrique Rodriguez Lucy Rojo Celia Romero Carmen Royo Lorena Saenz Carla Santos Claudia Santos James Terrazas Michael Terrazas Esthela Torres Eva Treviiio Francisco Treviiio Gabriela Treviiio Guillermo Treviiio Roberto Treviiio Georgina Triplett Eduardo Valdez Gabriela Villanueva Leocadio Villarreal Larisa Voss Phillip Weinreich Ma Fernanda Zambrano Alejandra Adalpe: Absent Monica de la Garza: Absent Ramon Llano: Absent thinks hard before answering a quesuon. 133 m m During this year , had a Halloween party including the march around the school in costumes. They presented a Christmas program and a Mother ' s Day program on May 10. Above: Mike Severeid plays his accordian while a Primary group of children " sing a song . ■ ' Mrs . Dora B . de Elosiia . right above, a Pre -primer music teacher, encourages students to raise their voices in song. Graciela Cantu swings away her blues. Right: An afternoon Kinder class break: " Hanging out with the guys. " Krisien Kohlei bottom, tells classmate Charles Bline , " It ' s nice to share . ' ' 135 136 This past year has been a pros perous one for our here at A.S.F. These joyful children will next year go on to be third graders and a credit to our school . Ma. Alejandra Alanis Norma Alvarado Ma. Cecilia Arcauie Hector Arechavala Waller Ayala Ramon Baca Leslie Balding Alejandro Banera Kyle Bedwell Kate Bercaw Alicia Botello Clarissa Cadena Rafael Campuzano Alicia Cantii Carlos Cantii Laura Cantu Lorena Carrera Ana Celada Ma . de Lourdes Chapa Veronica Chapa Jose Coindreau Mauricio Colyer Eduardo CrioUos Adrian de la Garza Alfonso de la Garza Arnulfo de la Garza Gabriel de la Garza Ricardo de la Garza Arturo Diaz Adrian Elizondo Karla Elizondo Alejandra Escamez Lucia Fernandez Anuro Galvan Ma . Eugenia Garza Susana Garza Ernesto Gonzalez Francisco Gonzalez Guillermo Gonzalez Maricela Gonzalez 137 Myiiam Gonzalez Ricardo Gonzalez Albeno Guajaido Carlos Guajardo Cecilia Guajardo Ma. Eugenia Guzman Susana Guzman Mark Gwaltney Rob Hermsen Susana Ibarra Andres Jasso David Kane Kurt Kohler Consiancio Leal Fernando Llano Yolanda Lombard Ara Lozano Elsa Lozano Juan Lozano Gonzalo Martinez Ma . Angelica Martinez Martha Martinez Veronica Mascarua Eugenio Montemayor Michelle Morris Susana Ortiz Jacqueline Parker Ailed Pineyro Monica Preciat Olga Putz Georgina Quijano Javier Rangel Irma Ravize Javier Reyes Aurora Romero Ruben Romero Hans Rosenfeldt Marcela Ruiz Carla Sandoval Robert Schulberg Constanza Martinez: Absent 138 Juan Segovia Ma. del Carmen Siller Lucy Souihwood Marc Suarez Laura Sylva Loretia Szucs Joanna Trevino Jorge Trevino Pauicia Trevino Adriana Valdez Eagle photographer catches Claudia Gal- indo and her studenti unawares. Below: Cristina Sada stops to ask a question before continuing her assignment . What is Humbeno Maninez doing, top left? Mauiicio Fenai top right, helps his favorite super hero up the tree. Patiick Fiehn takes a swing at left, for the better. Mauricio Calderon left, stares pensively into space before beginning another day. Claudia Villanueva is unsure what to do next, below right, but her confusion lasted only a moment . 140 Alejandra Ancira Eduardo Arizpe Ma. Eugenia Ayala Gabriel Azcarraga Laura Barrera Jorge Bazan Dolores Benitez Kennedy Brown Raul Cadena Mauricio Calderon Victoria Campos Irma Canales Carlos Caniii Carolina Cantu Julieita Cantu Argentina Cardenas Scott Catlin Guillermo Cleontes Salvador Costa Maria de Alva Fernando de la Garza Carlos Elizondo Guillermo Elizondo Hector Elizondo Luis Elizondo Barbara Faudoa Silvia Fernandez Mauricio Fenara Karla Ferrigno Federico Fiehn Patrick Fiehn Cesar Flores Rogelio Flores Jose Garcia Alejandro Garza Cecilia Garza Cesar Garza Julia Garza Lorena Garza Marcelo Gaiza 141 Rodrigo Garza Ana Gonzalez Armando Gonzalez Claudia Gonzalez Lisa Gonzalez Ma . Luisa Gonzalez Martha Gonzalez Raquel Guajardo Guillermo Guerra Daniel Gutienez Marco Hermsen Carlos Hernandez Mario Hinojosa Barbara Kane Alicia Leal Fernando Lopez Jose Lozano Martha Lozano Monica Lozano Cordelia Maldonado Jose Maldonado Dora Martinez Jose Martinez Lucia Martinez Nora Martinez Raul Morales Carlos Moreira Patrick Mosley Celso Najera Seth Nichols Cristina Peiia Mateo Quiroga Jose Quiros Marcela Quiroz Raiil Ramirez Arcelia Razon John Reyes Cristina Rio j as Alfonso Roiz Claudia Romero 1 11 m ilil ii Ma . Cristina Sada Paola Sada Lucia Saenz I r l W ' m Homero Sanchez I 1 m PC K K ' Andres Schleske i 1 ■I Patricia Scott Deborah Sedas Ma . Eugenia Tamez ■ r M r « 1 Fernanda Trevino 1 m m IJp-.j W Jaime Trevino 1 n in ilBi PI Juan Treviiio Ma . Antonia Trevino Ma . Eugenia Urencio I PH npf« F V ■ " H Ma. Rosa Valdez 1 I V K tj i " 411. 3 n " li Claudia Villanueva f % m nyfl r I 1 1 r Guillermo Villanueva Ma. Eugenia Villarreal David Willars David Wolberg Luis Zambrano grader Lorenza Canera below left , smiles brightly for the Eagle photogra- pher. Pepo Lozano right, wails anxiously to give his idea in Spanish class. 143 IB r j . I ' i Teachers Mrs. Theissen, Mrs. Barrera and one of the student teachers, Noel Beers are shown top, with one of the afternoon Kinderganen classes. Center: Mrs. Garcia and Miss Hinojosa pose with an afternoon Kindergarten class. David Carmona below, guarding the fort during Halloween with his ancient warrior outfit . Miss Garza and Mrs. del Rio pose lop, with their afieraoon kinderganen class. Mrs. Banera. Mrs. Theissen and student teacher Noel Beers take time center, for a quick shot with pan of the afternoon kin- dergarten. Looking a bit worried Veronica de la Fuente center, and Monica de la Garza left, pass the time in their play- 145 Mrs. Melo and Miss Tievino, top, stand with their Pre-piimei morning class on the school playground. The Pre-primer after- noon class pictured on the playground with Mrs. Melo and Miss Trevirio. Monique Letayf gazes intently as Gabriela Treviiio colors a picture. Below right: Fernando Riojas is caught by surprise and Gerardo Sama busily continues his assignment. 146 Cristina Lozano gives the Eagle photogra- pher a bashful smile as she is caught pre- paring to go to work on her an project. Gaby Treviiio and Blanca Livas left, play in the sandbox and experiment with sand- castles. 147 Stephanie Cleomes and Carlos Sandoval, top left, join in the Halloween march around the ASF. Several nursery children, top right, celebrate Halloween dressed in festive costumes. Miss Arambula, Miss del Rio, and Miss Guerra, pose with their morning Nursery class. Paulina Garza, bottom right, displays her Little ; Hood costume . Leslie Derai top left, gazes forlornly out- side at her mother as she is leaving. Andres Ancira and Carlos Ramiiez top right, are squared off for a fight during recess. The k- ' nder-nurser) ' children cen- ter, prepare for one of their many pro- grams presented during the school year. A few kinder-nursery children bottom left, are pictured enjoying a few the playground. 149 1 ■ ' yw ■ 1 » :39 U H ■ n ■H 1 ' ..Jtt ■1 tj j f tC Sii H 1 i r 1 n 1 ■■H l jTs— » M mr J 1 K S •1 i " JJ I SwhS , ■ ' ■ i p -■ 1 Hl 1 1 BC-- ' ' J l 1 1 tL. 3 1 • ' X , ' ' " i ' j ' ' ■ ' Am n congress. J( n-4, n? " tsfif itnnnimoits offaratton. Into of-Xincnca . rfe . ML.. - i , ?£=?• i4i? it- ' -fc: 151 t 1876 152 1976 The 200th Anniversary Of The American Revolution 153 Pictured at right are the 20 members of the Student Council with sponsor, Mrs. Gloria Garcia. Below left, Eugenic Gal- indo , President , and Chris Lambert , Vice President . This year ' s Student Council has been very active. It has been as much if not more successful than any of the previous councils. It began with the greatest paper drive this school has ever had and continued on for an extremely successful bake sale. With much orgainizing and planning the oimmt Cmned cP B(Lml a Homecoming never to be forgotten . It was held at the time of the ASOMEX Basketball Tournament and invited all members of the visiting teams. For the first time at the ASOMEX Tournament, the Student Council took charge of all refreshments and produced record sales . were well conducted with great success. From the Stan of -the year their job was hampered either by financial means or other unforeseen problems. Their first activity was the paper drive which had great success with the cooperation of all students of the American School. Several tons of paper were collected and a large profit was drawn making the Student Council victorious . Above left, Susan Hughes, Secretary, and Tom Townsend, Trea- surer. 155 Picture at right: Miss Botiino. Below standing left to right Mari Pagola, Johnny Clements, Alba Bottino (sponsor). Candy Bald- win, Chip Boldin, kneeling Susana Hughes, Jeanne MuUin, Mark Hutchinson, Jan Winslow, Lori Bedwell, Joey Caldwell, Susi Bianchi, Johnny Mullin, Patsy Schneider, Elizabeth Pease, and Jim Baldwin. Throughout the year , Ms . Bottino organized a club which has helped the students learn self expression . g} armeU, ' dLmk many hours of practice and endurance helped pro- duce three extremely successful plays . The students learned to express themselves in a formal manner, 156 Tom Townsend, left, one of the more experienced actors, looks for perfection in his lines and movements. Jennifer Evans, below, a newcomer this year shows herself to be a brilliant acuess and some day may reach great heights. lim Orrell and Patsy Schnieder. below right, add a little fun and humor to the sometimes monotonous practices. yet at the same time , the audience was completely captivated. Many students looked forward to the drama presentations and their expectations were fulfilled . A few of the students who participated in the plays enjoyed presenting them so much that they would eventually like to participate in future plays not only here at the American School, but also in college. 157 At right, Mari Pagola concenuates on a portrait sketch. Below left, Mr. Roland ends a long, hard day in his usual state of bewilderment. Below right, Cristina Andre and Tom Townsend discuss their ideas for a project. Mr. Roland and his group of young followers have been busy with many to make this year especially beneficial for the Art Club. Most of their time was spent in individual projects ranging from rug hooking to mosaic cre- ations. Led by their sponsor, Mr. Craig Roland, and Club President Cristina Andre, the club mem- bers have been encouraged to try their hand at several an variations, or to perfect their favorite areas . The past year has brought several new addi- tions to the diversity of the Art room. A kiln for ceramic work has been added and also a darkroom to develop pictures and experiment with photogra- phy. An cenainly contains something for everyone and the ASF Art Club does a good job of providing just about everything . 158 Mr. Roland, left, pleads for quiet from his enthusiastic (as shown by " Red " Townsend in background) listeners. Below, Art Club members left to right, Ed Rojo, Brian Voss, Crisiina Andre, Bobby Hegedus, and Craig " Da Vinci " Roland, pose in typical ■ ' one for all , all for one , ' ' style . 159 Miss San Dee Coolidge, right is caught by surprise by the year- book photographer on her way out of the Hamlet Theatre after a rehearsal. Below the choir and Director Coolidge pose for the yearbook photo . Concerts, Talent Show, slumber parties and good times kept the during the 1975-76 school year. The girls looked their singing best at each performance dressed in their new choir outfits . That they are having a good time can be seen by the smiling faces in the photos below . 1 fi 160 Seated left to right. Jan Winslow. Cristina Szucs, Elizabeth Pease, Joey Caldwell, Romelia Macias, Cindy Winslow, Marie Onuveros. and Suzie Bianchi. Standing left to right, Lisa Cathcan, Gabriela Eisele, Susana Hughes, Polly Barrett, Lori Bedwell, and Stephanie Coffey. 161 although not very active, did explore and investi- gate the wilderness on a couple of their field trips. From left to right: Elithabeth Macias, Miss Virginia CoUey, Mr. Steve Chaff ey, Bobby Hegedus, Perry Chapman, Mike Barrett, Sergio Sedas, Mr. Frank Willits. Who can this charming, test loving mad sciemisi be? Although Mr. Chaffey appears to be plotting how he ' ll ever average on his next exam , actually his new earth shoes are too tight ! 162 Above, members and sponsors of the Science Club, left to right, Mr. Steven Chaffee, Perry Chapman, Bobby Hegedus. Sergio Sedas, Miss Virginia CoUey, Elizabeth Macias, Mr. Frank Willets, and Mike Barrett (seated), ponder the results of an experiment. Below, club members and sponsors pose for the yearbook photographer. Standing left to right, Elizabeth Micias, Miss Virginia Colley. Mr. Steven Chaffee, Bobby Hegedus. Perry Chapman, Mike Barrett. Sergio Sedas. (kneeling), and Frank Willets, (kneeling). 163 Above, Maigaiiia Saenz, Homecoming Queen for 1975-76, walks to take her place on the ihione. At right above, Mis. Betty Garza and Mr. Harry Hamlet open the dance with a turn around the floor. Center, Homecoming Queen Margarita Saenz, her escon Felipe Rubio, and court left to right, Adriana Gonzalez, Monica Gomez, Stephanie Coffey, Loly Calderon, and Cristina 164 In attendance at the jioinecoMincj I i O Ceicimmj were students of American Schools of Mexico City , Puebla , Durango, Torreon, Guadalajara and Queretaro. Students from these schools were sup- porting or were basketball team members. At the ASOMEX basketball tournament played at the American School of Monterrey the presence of additional students provided enough dance partners for everyone. Music for the Homecoming Dance was quite loud and many were surprised the Casino Del Valle still had windows! Generally speaking, everyone concluded Homecoming 1976 was defi- nitely well attended and good times were had by all. Above, princesses for ihe 1975-76 Homecoming walk to take theli places beside the Queen. Clockwise: Stephanie Coffey. Loly Calderon. Adriana Gonzalez, And Crisiina Andre. 165 Darlings at right stand in one of their regular dance formations. They are left to right, Carla Theissen. Judy Tenazas, Marcela Amaya, Ma. Eugenia Amaya. Below the group assembles for their yearbook photo . The 1975-76 Monterrey Darlings were few in num- ber but great in spirit. Consequently, because of size and relative inexperience , the Darlings did not perform as many times as in past y ears . The in their new uniforms. Many people saw the new uniforms during one of the ASF basketball games when the girls performed. IBM Corporation invited the girls to perform at a convention held in Monter- rey earlier this year. In appreciation for their excellent performance, the girls received small elephants to be worn on a chain to bring good luck. The Monterrey Darlings goal for the 1976-77 school year will be new dance routines and more mem- bers. In formaiion at left, Gay Ceyler, Nelly Abrego ciat, and Lisa Grobien. Below left to right, Carla Tenazas, Marcela Amaya, Ma. Eugenia Amaya, Angela Saenz, Marcela Onis, Olga Hinojosa and los. , Cecelia Pre- Theissen, Judy 167 One of the performers during the pep rally was a song about 12 years of school . It was sung and acted out by the following (left to right): Patsy Schneider, Jeanne Mullin, Cristina Andre, Mary Ontiveros, Cindy Winslow, Vanessa Koubratoff, Kathy Watts, Mari Pagola, Alison Marsh, Mark Hutchinson, Judy Suarez, Stephanie Coffey and Elizabeth Pease (not pictured) iq dm f promoted great school spirit and gave the basket- ball players representing their school a reason for winning their games and not letting down their sup- porters who cheered and even sometimes suffered when times were bad. The pep rally took place in the Harry Hamlet Theatre. All classes attended to see it because by that time the Eagle spirit was overflowing and the word everyone knew was WIN . Ah yes, the typical Bachillerato classroom. Beverly Van Der Meisch seems to have a date after class. Is Robena Sapplngton helping or not? Meanwhile Tom Scamati dies to figure out how to chew gum while Baudelio Garza watches Roberta and Beverly. Maybe Craig Roland, Steve Chaffee and Salvador Garza haven ' t witnessed a " preening " scene before. Above: Well at least they are from an audience in the Pep Rally laugh. School. Below: A typical Bachilleres class was initated by the school faculty making the Throughout this year the has achieved great heights with their paper, and it is to all the staff that we, the students, thank sin- cerely. Miss Boitino explaining styles and techniques for better copy in the Highlights. 2. Colonial typesetter preparing a page. 3. Old colonial printing press. 170 ' , 4. The Highlights staff take time off for this oje. 5. Colonial . yJ printeis helping to achieve freedom of the press . 6 . Highlights editor Chris Lamben takes a break from a busy schedule . 171 staff is as follows: Mark Hutchinson, Jim Orrell, Mike Clements (editor), Mike Cahill, Felipe Rubio, Robert Koubratoff, Tom Townsend, Randy Voss, Dario Iriarte, Vanessa Koubratoff, Leslie Crocker, Ms. Bottino, (sponsor), Leonard Spisha- koff , Jennifer Evans. Not shown: Cindy Winslow. No. 2- Ms. Bottino shares a laugh with the annual staff. No. 3- Annual editor, Mike Clements shows the cropping techniques to fellow staff members in class last hour. 172 No. 4-Joaquin Rubio stands guard at the door to prevent other classes from hindering the annual staff while they work steadily to meet their dead- lines. No. 5-Board members gather to discuss the rising crisis of the annual not meeting its deadline. No. 6 -Mr. Hamlet takes a break from the busy schedule of checking the annual. No. 7 -Some of us have to take a break sometime ... as does Cindy Winslow, after working tedi- ously on the annual . 173 m k i ; Pm " -- ' ' -.«; " ■• • " ' -■ f ,- s.- l.:sm m€ wV-- --.-.. m .v 5 -a r k ' .1» ' Jk K -LJ 1 W »: ' « " il lHtf ' •A fc : ' r f II w4 ii -. J [i Top left going clockwise: Mark Hutchinson in the aii for the bounds. Martha Fernandez receives good sportsmanship trophy from Dr . George Winslow . Vanessa Koubraiof f helps out from the bench. Up and over backwards. 175 itj 8a h are shown in a couple of scenes during the ASOMEX tournament . W m J k i H iMilfl Wr PI jni From left to right Top Row: Coach Frank Tutera. Jeff Hegedus, Chris Lambert, Felipe Rubio. Richard Ontiveros, Randy Voss, Chip Bol din, Robert Koubratoff , Mark Hutchinson, Leonard Spishakoff , Bottom Row: Joaquin Rubio, Mike Clements, Jim Baldwin, Carlos Banett. As the ASOMEX tournameni came this year, the American School varsity team had never before had such confidence. They had felt their hours of prac- tice, sweat as well as their physical and mental fitness would bring together a championship team. The ASOMEX tournament was a rough time for the varsity team. They had to fight and play their hardest in every game . There was no letting up , or resting for them. Mexico City played a fantastic game, winning the championship game and our varsity team came in a hard played second . 177 The Varsity Basketball Team consisted of young players eager to make a name for themselves and their school. Practices were held for two hours a day for almost seven grueling months . At the end of the season they had only lost to two teams in the two tournaments they had entered. The boys were backed by coaches, teachers, and students like never before . Their spirit was one of good conduct and great expectations . I 6fl had a good season, plus they learned many new tricks that could be applied to the game . Coach Bortoni is shovra shooting a basket. His concentration is very noticeable, and one of his players is shown driving for a layup. (Photo at top right) INFANTIL JUNIOR: Kneeling: Garry Nichols, Mauricio Colyer, Rafael Campu- zano, Kyle Bedwell, Jaime Colyer, Kirk Bedwell, STANDING; Eduardo CrioUos, Manuel Edgar Lopez, Carlos Herrera, Phillip Weinreich, Federico Eisele and Javier Reyes. f n y INFANTIL JUNIOR 1: Kneeling, Left to right: Eduardo CrioUo. Kyle Bedwell. Rafael Campuzano. Kirk Bedwell, Coach Bortoni. STANDING: Carolos Herrera, Munuel Edgar Lopez, Armando Galvan, Federico Eisele and Albeno Guajardo V . THE ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL TEAMS, under the well experienced guidance of theii coach Hora- cio Bononi, trained hard during the 1975-76 school year. They placed considerably high in their respective league. The ASF has always taken great pride in its elementary teams. This year it was no exception. " „ T. ■« w ' %i - PA mm -wlvif ovi jfc i — -1 " INTERMEDIOS: 3: Kneeling: Left to Right: George Grobien Jr. . Juan Pablo de la Graza, Eugenio de la Garza y Bemaido Jaime. -STANDING:-Robert Hegedus. Hernand Kobratoff, Coach Bortoni, Armando Familiar, Juan Jose Campuzano and Miguel Barrett 181 Soccei this year had great acceptance among the students of the ASF; 6 teams of different categories enrolled in various leagues of the city, having an outstanding performance . The 9 mu( 3m re-inforced by ex-students, had their best showing ever. Winning more than fifteen games they made third place in the city league . Every day practices were identified by the effort that all of the members of the teams showed . M a, HH( k flHj n Varsity learn: From left to right. -Stand- ing: Coach Salinas, Luigi Cavalli, Enri- que Ayala, Dario Iriarte, Jesus Tre- vino, David Royo, Carlos Torres. Kneel- ing: Julio (el pajaro) Lozano, Guillerrao Diaz, Jose Flores, Raul Rodriguez, Euge- nic Galindo, Aaron Lozano and Victor Villalba. 4. Intermedia team: from left to right. - Standing: Coach Carlos Tones, Antonio Cantu, Eduardo Rodriguez , Mauriclo Marchand. Jesus de la Garza, Eduardo Treviiio, Coach Salinas. Kneeling: Gino Cavalli, Mauricio Martinez, Mauricio Diaz , Jorge Villarreal , Juan Fidalgo . 182 1. Infanul: from left to right. -Standing. Coach Carlos Tones, Eduardo Andonie, Oscar Gutierrez, Federico Valdez. Fran- cisco Valdez, Delfino de la Garza, Ale- jandro Andonie, Coach Salinas. Felix Villarreal, Patricio Jimenez, Agustin Arce, Alejandro Robles, Javier Gutienez, Alfredo Gomez, and Rafael Abrego. 4. Infantil Junior B: from left to right. Standing: Coach Carlos Torres, David Trevifio, Marcelo Robles, David Lozano, Sergio Galvan, Enrique Rodriguez and Coach Salinas. Kneeling: Antonio Cantu, Lorenzo Aguilar, Roberto Hinojosa, Raul Quiroz, Eduardo Valdez, Ramon Llano. The Intermedia team went to the annual ASOMEX tournament in Guadalajara where they achieved om zr(aee. In the city league they came in second place demonstrating the quality of their game. The Infantil and Infantil Junior B teams acquired throughout the year experience which will help them in a future to come. All of the teams had a common denom- inator; every time they played they gave everything they had . 183 Principianies: from left to right. -Stand- ing: Coach Carlos Torres, Luis Zambrano, Armando Gonzalez, Rob Hermsen, Carlos Guajardo. Ricardo de la G arza, Eduardo Criollos, Mauiicio Colyer, Coach Sali- nas. Kneeling: Carlos Cantu, Arturo Gal- van, David Wolberg, Daniel Villareal, Jose Luis Lozano.Juan Alberto Lozano, Jorge Treviiio, and Fernando Llano. The 1975-76 year was character- ized by a new )6€e£h SplAit. New goal posts were built and the field was given special treat- ment. Games were played every weekend and many students assisted to cheer for the school ' s teams. A group of students from first and second grade made the Principiantes team. Their goal was to get, by practice, a better technique playing . f,ea ti Junior A team had a very good campaign. They came in third place in the league. Their work was well paid off. Under the able leadership of coach Angel Sali- nas all of the ASF teams did a marvelous job. We can say with- out doubt that this year was the best year. Infantil Junior A: from left to right. Standing: Coach Carlos Tones, Mario Letayf , Rene Trevino, Rafael Moreno, Jose Luque, Alejandro Andonie, Coach Salinas. Kneeling: Hernan Lozano, Fran- cisco Treviiio, Carl Grobien, Cladio Fer- nandez and Hugo Escala . 185 No. 1-Left to right: Katie Koubratoff , Blanca Nelly, Dr. Nicanor Villareal, Magda Leal, Tula Villareal, Cindy Winslow, Vero- nica Saenz, Carla Guzman, Lucia Rodriguez, Connie Zambrano, Lucia Peiia, Adriana Gonzalez, Carol Calderon, Nancy, Anita. No. 2-Learning a new floor exercise. No. 3-Dr. Nicanor watches his team at piacti No. 4-Lucia Pena practices front walk-over. 186 shown above are some of the various exercises learned by the dents on the gymnastics team for 1975-76. 187 ' i tv ( ' m jBos, team consisted of girls willing to work hard for their goals. Standing from left to right are: Martha Fernandez, Carole Koubratoff, Susana Hughes, Vanessa Koubratoff, and Coach Johnson. Bottom Row: Tina Wolcott, Cindy Winslow, Loly Cal- deron , Lorena Rodriguez , Rocio Preciat . Here are a few scenes from the ASOMEX loumament in which the girls show their fighting spirit, not willing to let up for one min- 188 The 1976 ASOMEX Basketball Tournament turned out to be a great success for our school. For the girls it was a time never to be forgotten. They played hard , and it paid off with a first place vic- tory. They weie great sports, and played as a team. This shows why they ended up as number one. ' " ' i . The girls proudly receive theii uophy for first place . Many hours of practice were behind the " big games " . Teamwork is a neces- sity among champions. The giils proved they could play as a united team. They showed they were piepaied mentally and physically to defeat their opponents. 190 PTPWfl r. h ' I A long season over, a season in which the girls put IOO7I- of theii efforts towards making a victorious team . Martha Fernandez with an outstanding season receives the sportsmanship award. It must have been a hard decision to make , because all the gills on the team were great sports and could have easily won the award . 191 1) Is it hard to bulldog this steer? 2) Hey man someone forgot to put underarm spray . 3) The cheerleaders are rooting for the Eagles. 4) What ' s the fun if the ball doesn ' t pass the net? 1) The final ceremony of ihe ASOMEX tournament. 2) The winners and losers before the meet. AaaaaY! no me sale esta cosa. 4) Hijole que faul lan atereo. 5) Lamben shows us how to dance the newest step. 193 rTri ' -■ i| w -™ w . .- Top left going clockwise: Victor VUlalba works out in soccer practice. The girls volleyball team gets ready for Torreon. A gymnastics teacher helps out at the balance beam. Loly Calderon shows the correct technique for serving . n Top left going clockwise: Chris Lamben, " concentiauon is what counts " . Adriana Gonzalez takes her turn on the balance beam, nio Galindo awaits the oncoming soccer ball . Vanessa Kou- bratoff and Martha Fernandez having a little before practice fun. Two American school soccer players outrace Club Faro ' s defend- ers for the ball. Coach Bortoni ' s boys trying to score against another school team . 195 MmaJm (j ( os bspeeiom, Qj. . I, q5. M. Gi mm {eJem, Q . A. 3)e Q. 9 3)ai dm t OnteknahotJ iJi meio lQ .A. ymum (ml imj, Qj. M. Ditm £kha Jjc uSmf Im, q5. . in, Q . M. SMpfemntM M piio M yi(ont£m , Qj. M- S)e G. SnJiistuos icL3)e cJfemo, Q . A- 3)me, £J. A. t KatiJ (exlemA, Qj. A. SRmmum ij i idmia. Qj. M. icfie, d J. 197 " The end of the year brings knowledge, patience and understanding , all of which can be used a lifetime . ' ' Anonymous 198 ' tm um S Cmw am n pwommlammmM c meU(m £jmmvs1km mjtndhjpdtl u4m um tLnlcAfk oM, 3) j. mLiK (micAfiM SBotjM mmpin tnem. cmJuutrnt (mt m o m d m ammi - " jt . I 200 ■n " • • • • i 1 • • • • 1 aum


Suggestions in the American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) collection:

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

1975

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1

1978

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 190

1976, pg 190

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 106

1976, pg 106

American School Foundation of Monterrey - Eagle Yearbook (Monterrey, Mexico) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 18

1976, pg 18

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.