Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA)

 - Class of 1968

Page 1 of 320

 

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1968 Edition, Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 320 of the 1968 volume:

, 4 f, 5 rf ,f , 'Q f r" f' . ' ,V,f,6L,,.-gl . if P' 1' ' x,V,,.. . 1X wif A' - ll' XX 5 Xxilklx '.v"'x, XX- ' Sk 5 I ,I r- ik Xxx rv " I, 1 N r If F I I aw . lg il!! W '. A '-:I all I ' n : ' A V3 Q 1+ 5 If H K R f 'rl ' 'i Q W , . f Y .. M 1 ,V I .' If ,. ' 1., D Fx? Kj J 1 A ,g'A, A jf! " , HX L, Q X., 4 gi: f fe Y 1 '15 ,M , ,cg " 2. 1, ' , ' - 'Y I 'h Qfglc, " V Wal?" X x . lg e 6 1 95 I A ,H , 3 A W A - A al ' X , ' I Q 'N ! 5 ' ' N ' QB. un!! . Q V' 'Q Y ' 0 'nf ox V o .-I Y X V ' 4. N X 3 1 I A X .JX N . X. .. I I x ff . , , , ,X -'ll ' X 'U X Ng at A X - W -X-fx 5 - . J x J' X '-X N 5 -. 1 - 2, n -X Q wkkybx X-X fff ' w-'thi'-Tuff h . , . H YH -f-, Q ' 4 ' x 4-C "V . u x N "' 'mf-.'7.35"""i 4- ' X-.,..'.'5L" bs ,V T.. 5. k V gh-. , ,f-. ,Qf,,..ya-V 1' 'l"'---1 ' 'f X ' x ' ' 4 , V --5 .4x.3-li: 's.. N- M. R, Q X - wk ',-,U -Ay Q., J 'I , f ., ' "LGI . . A ' 4 i s l . . l ll. - ski.- . UM , Y , 'Xxx ,-iv HMI Ln, ' ' N, . V 1' yg-.pw "ww--fi V57 f ' - Q-Jyi , A my SQ., 4" "W55fiQ2.gF.iE 4 I . L ' -"5'4 52'i1 j ' W . 3' "W-'X-- Q. , f ' fi: nw, ' . , ' "jx-w ' 2-'W'-P: .441 423, ,.p,, fig ' ,, W. pfllrq -E hw ' N ' -X-1+5+rJ'f " '-41' -1" K mi?-ag. ,YV X -' 125-"' ,iM1,,'.',' 1 -1 W f- V 1 2 R , H':g1f"gp.,i- l inf-.V if " 225155, , My ,.. 1 Y- 4 1 fkU.W.w .,,: ' --,. XA 4i5A'f"j -4, NM Www TNFPFFJS -n, M xf72"?'A'.i'IP-W5 kslibi. . 33.4434 MW UQ My AL M W W W M7 wggjw VX ff' fi? aXey,E,Qo,fWfif ,V , hx M' 'NS JWJOX5' 133, MQ QQ wiv? . '. 'n IJ . t. , . ., - .,. -.- wf Mlm, W X x E 1 I Ihr S .4 ws' . :WG 'fl' l' Amos Alonzo Siagg Sensor Hugh -ww,-by f, , X.,X1,Q, -Q-s. Q X, x x -1 W 'xx A, A M wx' Q., x , W Wl. 1 ky NW x , Q36 3' A W " , -A -wr-W N n lx' 1 2 1 QV' K ' 4' Af: A R N. -4 u-311K . t 1. A vw' Wm ,EKFA , . IM 195' :EA 13--5 5355?- ,,,,,,......-M-'W QQEYJ x wlggii 2 3 'Hx 2 Conienis Iniroduciion Siudeni 'QEHQN Campu Clubs Sporis Adveriising Index Conclusion -X: , V214 . Q 28 78 I 78 204 234 Q76 304 312 QODW wb k LW 39 99 Q02 M9 D346 90 1 Xu'- 'The year 'I967-68 was one of involve- ment. It saw a new constitution drawn up and approved, aimed at greater activism in student government, it heard the Voice of the Students harangue for more interest in student affairs, and it witnessed a crusade on the part of a minority of students and teachers to assimilate all students into a more concerned, more active Student Union. With the aid of a "fish-eye" lens, one which captures more than a ordinary lens, our division pages utilize photographs which convey a more complete picture of Stagg. Just as student leaders tried to enlist more students into the total scope of student life, we have embodied the same sense of in- volvement throughout this entire book. While it is true that every yearbook, in a sense', portrays involvement in it's docu- mentry, the 1968 Archon has carried this one step further than the others. We have captured a special involvement that could only have come from Stagg students. ,4 84X v4 f XO x Q gs 6? 5 wiv 5 Q Aj , M W J J A 'YD X? ,QD QQUX A N0 Q F E yy 445 C 5- QC gf Q' JQK KQDLX xg . K7 xg J bc LX! bp Jgyjw Cf , Q 5, 7 4 4 F! if N' Q 5- IZ' if Q I.. Q wg VQQQ D? 1 UQ Jx J ef QP .LV-S' A A 5 QS 6 ,,f A A w . 'QQ '81 M Nw A f' 155 K'- , Y -f-if "7'lb A Q 'fffff , . . ,yr- vv, 3, 4 . ' 5 -5 - ,'. ,mfg 3 -gm-Q' av Q Tj- g A 'A ,.v. -,-, A, Q x 4-,,i,.-J jf' "' "x'w'1u' HX .' 1 , Q'-, V , ' .. W , ', W fx ' NVQ .I 1 '-I' ' , , Yi' Q ,', fi . R3 ', 14.4. ' ' We A Y,-" X 'sq : - 'Q -X vi . - 'f "J ' W , N X 'f' wr? 2 lv QQ -, Y N' 4 - A. 1 '42, v'f. 'ah f 5,.g .NIA '-xl + Nr ,r,.,,, 1f .5,s . -4 ' . 'T-KAN Q, X f H - , V fm: 1 3 -is , v 'mf . h z .31-X uni -,, ,.y A ., 0 X I ' 'J -1, , Y ww N x X ' , y X g-. ,, .4 . Q .. . .. Q E un-, ,f f L. , bi -9 . at WV, 1 x .Vg A ix V . , I , ,Mx 2, a " 2, . ' , I A W . I , - , 4-AU n . 1. , v t,'?sS-al a' -5 '. 1 ' .w A :pf ,ne JS. . .'Jx+m. J, w , , -1 M - 1 . ' . r. . - ttf' H'.,',j.'.f"J:1' sd . .1-11,,'Q'A, , me .. W:-Q.-wywif' " 1 Q '1 . ., M' A Q 4, . -, . , fkflnwf J. ',, - 5,,,,,45 , , .ww 4 , fl Q,-W . ' ---. w5vY'+wD' 'V ct w ' ,, upf.-, -, 1',-'tlliif . 7 v Lv: -'WS 45,ii"Y' 1 ' " A U I '"'i5vav'5.,y9g,'.:f"i'9:J .L, 1' v- ' r . .v-vmsfgf-N' 'f.-faprwmgzz 4,44 g : K , if n A xTi,'.:zg:4:'S L X 9,2 . ,Q W - J , A .n -f -.. 4 . 3, Wa ' " ' 4 5. 'WQK-fir QA. "Q 1 A1 Jn v F, Q .1 Q ' A' R' is :fQg?59aQ"',:" ,nf Hub t , K ' X l -N 24 4-. q3 ' .s4a?SNQ'if1c' ' ,' 'nt' 'f , , Q ' -'c.Z3,-"'- F , .e Vg x I . ...r N A Q, .' L K ' , , f 1. , , -- . , , S X : ' - 1 ' . gf," J f 1. nf' , 1 ' 9,1 Jv N '- 1 - '-,742 ff a v 1 5 , I in ,K.,L,.,g I. I ,af , ,L .V--3 , . ,yxglwuf J .Y . K N' Xi, iff , . P, w f uf.- 4 A K is X. 0 , 4 N 1. , , U sf ' z , ' 4' - , x Ax., 1' . ' X 'M J' 1 .r v a , , rv . w' , . , 2- ' x ,M 1 Gif Pwv w Q Q vv,, Eicw 1-was fy , uf , iE'lii'f'f55 S P Fix 5 QQTQJQTL-XQQYQ f N 0 I V f , 4 v 10 51 3 K . V L. 521-'ff' i V 4 X s-' - X la? LL. 'f P 7' W5 . ff A A 2 I 'k" ' I ' x 1 k . - ', .1 - ,' x - ,SRV 1 . x ,ff .5 . ir .V 'A H A f 1.4 rf- 1 ,Ls ,. w3.....:-143 Q W 1 " . .-W. A we 2 C .li - J,-'T 3 ir .kXk:JlV5 f izbg "gag .V I t Q ,pai 1 !,Wg,.,gf -i aiiia Q f"' - -- A -Q - L 11"'-N +12-524-' p f . 1- 1 1 fl- x.41..,, , iff:-MM U.. , Q- :A I , I I 5 I ' . q ,r . , , . , 1 X ,,.f . .., iv ' ' ' ...L ,, X 4 ., i 1 "fn ! N 1 1 , A , i ,, , U - - ,A ""' "" ' -, , L, n , x.., L. 1 I, an ,.-,AJ...- M.. ..,,,3,:g,,.,,.-V A Q, v...s,, 4 hw? ,WM iq K g f ' "1fx'f!1gjw1-:ff fm A5 'Q' .qwf 2 'mf9gv.N,,..Ti.' V1 X ! 'fQQfSf3 Q ' ? 'A 5 RT.laQi5QLM-'gk - ' 1 " ' W" v """" 1 N , W , Y 1 I 1 i 1 x 'Y K XM, , K w 5 ffl, -AUP -Vw IAA. -,V ..,-. - . , f ::z,g.f.,rN 93.5 fag-1:-Jw-Q' -Wzfxvg-if iff' ,:m.m5. .fi wr ... zefaf gy. :fires-is2vs-afLP'5sxss2if3'vw?5Ea5 gr K A , W ..v:Qf,,.g.',1,L5.M,5 A ,. .--A. .5--11, ,. :N ' I, l ,W '15 x 5 1 Q 5 , iii' , 1 ,I , 55" 4 if E5 ff? J if f Q '64 fn Y 'Q Q ,a if ,M , 5' , r' 6 J' I gif? fav' , gm hx 4 4, ' 5 , ,Q 'N 4 A 'Wm ,nr ,J f' -f uvxx ff f E533 K 1 V , is iff '- x X i 1 mms- K Q Vu fl! 1 KM s Q 7 4 - --...+ x fl. -ww i i N -QQ x-X K A 'N-S. A'-N J X M 'N I 5 V , ' fm 1 f, KH. WA f f It J wk . If O W 1? "' a W4 5 i w A Q N , X 4 Y Q , N , 'A h X v 'fjxsr L m 'H' 'Q fx , is , Q,-1 QQX mix ,qv gt It Q! N , KA at x f 4 Q ,Q :xg K . . gt 35:-, -'X 1 -Y! v, X Q I 0 1 . ' 1 x 4 - n o. .3 Q5 -M ' ifxfmxi x, X. .11 qqb' . I ss Q Ax 5 ' 1 'Lx 1.5: I N ?f? X 'f ' - 'K . Y - . K ASP :fl -'Q ' x X Q' Q, 'X nv ,x 8A . W' x ' . ' X M ' -X S" s ri 'A 47' X .s R tk .Q L1 ,. A f Jfwsmvv .' 'AS N. xx, ' 1. is 5x fi? ' ay fx 2' F 'f' R X N 'X.."N 44+ ' ' x vc W. 31.55, N-nV"t X . N I Q 9 K wifi' 1 1 'hr nw y f j N, . af -. H" 1 , Ii ' 4 Q x 3, , A 13'-xx 'En XM . I K , 1 ., Az fm X, af: uv . sf . I , ff! 1 Y 1 ,i V W . - 5 1, Z 'T' f A X 6 ,.. H04 :" f' v I 'x I - I A 1 5 A' Q., as 0 we Qs sf r . N-w' 'WY " ' 1 T7 "fm i 'fs ff Wlark 'VR' ' v ,X ,955 ,ik-fg Q'x, f if ' . J lA,, - .X E AJ ,4?,f -1 jf. g f .Q - .4 'ff' y -f 1 P 2 TX: ' 'IQIQ KTM' I , ? x I, L 5333! me ,',?5g8 , I I 4'vf ., S m , ,ff f . if f . 4'-'4 ..- - ff N -'.: F40 'ff Q1 " 1 .x, ':-. Q ' . ' . Q. QV A 1 ' QQ, br ' ' Ai Q if ' 4,- X3'fr 1 iv x'Q.""ig M" .2 -r .lv "" ' f' " Y sbyt: xx, J, Jay ' AQ Ya -1A"f' iv! ' I ' X48 . '40 . . . Q I ,pl M4 AJ ,Q vw sflofi x gift . . Q ix 3' "sid, va gf.: A, , " aff'ef'f - P ' .f' Q ., .2 M' , 'S'-' . vff ' N ,- ' a ,, , . ' ,fy , A X NQL Wx!!! ,,,- fix' J .Q ., 'ill lx J -X Q A. -4 1 X. 54 4 x Q . 3 I Q' W K ggi , 4. ' H S5-E1-X14 xi S ,A Y A5 5 T 1 ,, X ' xv c L Q, Q A? Xibg Y 'Q xN'safN, N. . i e U K ,E,x 5 5. N. :W fr Y ky rf Jgv f t If Q ff. A, if X , f' 4 I V 51 N l ' 'ky va TK fs x 3 i j Q, K 'X , . 'X 5' Q R4 N ' x ,-QIT15 A 1 ' Ex: 'X 2 YW lj T s "' I xxw Axis? gs' . ' x' , rf , ',,..n. Q it ' Q Q Q ' 9 xl 0 Q Q 9 Q O as f Q . ' O ' 1, 1 Q , . , O v Tr-' K , f V ,. 5 -. x P f N xv ff " ,n Q xl P. K , ,. U g , X Q- - .. F f , Q Q K , if - gmwx, R X' Y , x ' . v R S X 4 Q 4 1' H . 3 4 X x qw -1 ' V X ' in " Y P . Y? 0-M-,N .. ZA-3, fs. .5 akin 1 K' f ww ., V. ix' in -if k :ef vsp.: iff' .-'I--f E+ 119.16 exp in .af Y., Q NES' 4' 5' V 46' gi 5 ,, .ga 'xvxvv ll U T 1 ni A ', u rj 'J' 4- . m a 1 HPV' I fr 1 -.1 9 . 0 1 .....,............... K 9 v ,, Q . , . , 5. - . 'ff ,vs v Q, , s,' . fu A :QI C 4 'IQ ' YA, Q 1 v 1:17 ry., AA , R-X X X 'M X. 4 at at 'Y ' tk? WM fx H-'-v--H M v v g t ' 'L w A' W' A A A 1 ' . Y ' K K ' FJ H ' fl ' w N y J X fx, 9 . 1' 'L Ni . 'W Y Y fx al .W 1 5 3'- 4 1 ' R3 5 Q S Q... "wh 1 ' K 'x 4 f' Wi ia. r J' N - X x --1dhLf. wi QFF A fx XPP. -, X Q' wr.. xy. . ,w-wh Tw Knww-'X b 1- "AE,-F5 . ,- N-m.xp,f s'1 ,,,,..--1, gannsnus ,,.,P' bs-bb 4.- I BE I X 25 jan Q...,Q U--'Q P 1 1 1 f' no N Q ' Q ., 6.1. 'll' ,. X4 5 W ii' I iggii' K ' .f 26 9 I i gm . v , ' 4 illlln-4.1 W ,uF,,4,gg-,,f. X-Kwik wa Q ,gig 'E 39 .sf zg' U . L l"'wv L ss '.QL'25, xv Q in , '?b....,t '51, -u ix '-- S L MQNLQ. .QV .Q -S.,-Q ' -Q D 1 pm -F 05 'PX F SS k"xigg4g' QS - 27 8 X l W ' t "' , ...., , "'f' J , 'Q HER, k,,., .c,. visit- 1 ii, lu 3-'Y X513 f I J 1 'Q , , QRYWW ?"f' ' K, nw ,ff A, . 4: W 'w""'i'?'f"5v - g,---U3 1 . 1 'f 'm' ' A, " 'I Y X . 955519 MW? Q Q9 6.531 sgxki, Q DE H X515 , D Ag S ji? 55 Yf ., , X :B Ni X' Q Q if ' - M ' 'N X3 v XY-DQ Ii W eQf f'ffff '? fi Q, lfiffli f Q C35-owls L, uC,AKf - LU gc7u' N1 :,,mL .Q Y , 4g'---- 1: .' , Y , w K hlfgwoflf , , A?9c,,Qj-lf' , 'K , L-4 " ' ' 1 1--Kiiite-'3 ' was Ad minijs-,iraiion QW! i fiiENi3'UbA?G?f ii Q r ww iiwygr, ?QDii3QfiwQfO' W MSW or A MWMW W Mr Mr. C. B. Pool, Director of Curriculum and Guidance 30 Superiniendenl of Schools and Board of Educaiion 534,125 Mr. James ReUSSWl9, Mr. Peter Gaines Mrs. Ennis Woodruff , Superintendent of Schools Mr. William Dobson Mrs. Henry Brandsfad Mr. Hurry Hedburg Counselors TQ:v. Mr. Wilbur TeSelle Miss Helen Grindrod Mrs. Kay Jones Mr. Jene Pankow Mrs. Doris Opdahl ' ' 1 , E 11 , 3, 3 Mr. Warren Smith Miss Ruth Hoerl Mr. Charles Gorclet Sociologg Offered As New Course ,XV an 1 X. , I I ,M 6 x e 5 whiz: Mr. William Metcalfe M J m s Giles Mr. Charles Bloch Mr Daniel Thiele William Rice M St I y Turner Clarence Ol o Ms Lou s Baer guru--' Sociology, a one semester course given in connection with one semester of American Gov- ernment, was added to the curriculum of the Social Studies department. This course featured T-e'5"' MN instructions in physical and mental growth, mar- ,X Mgr riage, and birth and child-raising. This course Mr. Ross Carle Mr. Charles Koliha Mrs. M. L. Smith Mr. Floyd lytle Mr. Robert Hartley Mrs. Gladys Baker Mr. Walter Hunting Mr. Harry Tremain was open to all seniors on an elective basis. Seniors who did not take sociology were re- quired to take one full year of American Gov- ernment. There was no change in the curriculum of the iuniors and sophomores. Juniors were re- quired to take one year of United States History and Sophomores were required to take one semester of driver education and health, and one semester of world history. New Course Added To English This year the English department offered a new course in Prepara- tory English to seniors who were planning to attend Delta Junior College. Almost all of the budget allotted to the English department this year was spent on movies of great books. Some of the movies that were featured included: "Jane Eyre," "Richard III," "Wuthering Heights," "Rebecca," and "Red Badge of Courage." ,253 ,-,Q if L-9 'K 'K "tif Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Ruth West Betty Keyser Pot Nemee Paula Dienst Miss Anamary Devlin Mrs. Carol Parker Mrs. Chloe Vroman Mr. Leonard Fuss 'fffimii XJ Mr. Edward Butler Mrs. Dorothy Spencer Mr. Floyd Ohler Mrs. Barbara Brown Mr. David Sorgent Mr. Jacob Volkov .l Languages Trimmed To Four is 1' ' it i , K W? i-31 fr x ,wx ff: ' W , :s sgei s istlissaw .. :,g.,,' F3 -- .-?i?wQiffTTP2F5?i'iiisl '.l:f37Ef12i1ffGs '. gfg2g3?g3g1':fgwsg2zfmgiisrf' - ,Q gg - - M , , Q-:.:z..1, 'q,f2s..:1.-4--.g-1f.f,L.ffT'2is .1 .sfaTa22z3,i2i1FifQ 2iT?f?fiiT-z2?:f51t1sf21,11f,szfe1s2p'-220i :U mum. ::,:wn ' '-' 45:1 as W, Hi, ,,,,,..,., .T gk, M' Y sw. . .mi rrvgg Hg, Q '13 P' me Q F if sq " .. ' it 1 x vc Q l 3 we Q 5 f + X rf' it , 4-, , 'it wi: Q, , r ,wage H M v Y, Q sim R Q 5 3 Q 514 5, fs a. ' N, 1,51 1 QQ, X s cgi' i' N: wa :?3.:- fltfiifilf " V 'fiiiftirfl -:fe ikzxzfv 'This year the foreign language depart- ment offered a program of only four languages: French, German, Latin, and Spanish. Russian was not offered this year because of lack of enrollment. As part of the ALM iAudio Lingual Methodj program instruction was given in reading, writing and speaking. Students received additional instruction through the use of tapes, records, and movies. The im- portance of proper pronunciation and placement of accents and spelling was stressed through the use of oral repetition drills as well as written work. l Mr. Carlos Porras Miss Bernice Collins Mr. Harry Maxey X L -- sf. - iff ' " - QQ .4""'J Mrs. Consicnce Cullen Mr. H. T. Norris Business Siressed Vocaiional Skills and Added .gf-, Mr. Burgess Windsor Miss Evelyn Crowder Nw. -5' r , r . , , Q 31. s I 2,1 I ' l 1 S fs i . fr j 3 MVS- Lois BO'-'ffl' Mr. William Bridge Mr. Ke neih Mefford Mrs, Ida Birfwhislle Mr Andy Sarkuny 38 .f New Program The business department concentrated on specific vocational skills designed for students who wanted to go on to college and those who wished to begin working after graduation. On-the-job training was dropped this year due to lack of time available to the teachers. Distributive Education, a program designed to provide students with instruction in practical training in the area of iobs dealing with distri- bution through part-time employment, was ini- tiated this year. Students had to be seniors to enroll in the program, and needed to have indefinite plans upon graduation from high school. Four hours of actual working time were a part of the course. .L Mr. Gerald Zedlitz Mr. John Torchia Miss Doris Salvetfi Mrs. Wyota Alonzo Mrs Catherine Delong Drivers Trained To Develop Skill A new law requiring driver train- ing and driver education for per- sons to be eligible for a license before 'l8 years of age, created a greater desire among students to take this trainingp an even great- er increase is expected next year. Local agencies made tour cars available to the driver training staff and the 1,800 students en- rolled in the five-week program. Mock cars and the simulator in the trailer were used to create the feeling of behind the wheel driv- Ing. Ml' Hen"Y little Mr. Noel Prince Mr Lauren Pettls Mr Bab Demon Sales Class Provided Valuable Training Mike Dillon A 5?ssfw: BU Sales class provided valuable sales training for 35 seniors who sold around 52,100 worth of year- book advertising space to local merchants, Profits from the sales reduced the subscription cost of each yearbook by 51.00. Contin- ued from 1967, salesmen were equipped with a presentation man- ual including sample ads, and presentation outlines. Top sales- men were: Victoria Peters, 5495, Lynda Carlson, 5370, Mary Sil- veira, 52055 Mike Dillon, 5140. iw """-'Hur Math Involved Hard Work Students strived, struggled, and succeeded with hard work in math classes. Additional math classes were introduced to better suit the needs of the slower stu- dent. Senior Advanced Math was offered to students who sought a highly advanced math class in preparation for college. Opening an opportunity for students pre- paring for work in industries as skilled technicians, Technical Math offered informa- tion and study about drafting, blue prints, and other industrial mathematic skills. In geometry classes, students got a chance to work on three dimensional polyhedrons and thread patterns. Mr, Alan Kenwo,-gl-,Y Mrs. Ruta Plath Mr Dean West Mrs. Carol Wilson Mrs. Norma Peterson .4-mustang. 5 Miss Rachel Kenisfon Mr. Richard Stahly Mr. Robert Siegle Mr. Gerald Grilliot mv. xx 'XE Experimentation Enriched Science Classes Experimentation in science classes offered students a better understanding of science in everyday life. Biology students took blood tests, dis- sected frogs, and discovered a new world through the microscope. Students in chem- istry studied the atom. Students in physical science worked with light, heat, electricity, and weather. Physics was an advanced course offered to students preparing for college. Student researchers attended science sym- posiums and entered science fairs. Miss Joan Swari Mr. Milo Sallady Miss Mary Sianford Mr. Jerry Jameson Rx gs Q . Mr. William Rundle Shops Masiered Skills K1 4 1 s f'?l1--........p r-'X' 'K fi Mx . - L, in xv , J Q WN! X Mr. Elmo Alexander Mr. William Stockwell Mr. Tom Crowe Homemakers Sponsored Dag School Mrs. Bernice Stahl Mrs. Nun Banks Nearly 300 girls gained experience in food preparation, clothing construction, and child care in home economics classes. One of the special features of child instruc- tion was a two week nursery school. Home nursing angl family life education were also emphasized. In addition, potential homemakers also learned to combine colors, shapes, textures, and design to make pleasing room arrangements. Also, special attention was given to meals with for- eign flavor. 9 Wygwp in 'lj' ,. , , .Li . - Q' 4 4 'Q A'-Qi. i X Ari-Inspired Siudenis Creaied U MF- John TiefneY Mr. Douglas Haight ,na 4--Q .1 x X , 15 , .V-sw, , h-5 :...r-4 We M Xml' W' X" -.ww 1 Amie A K X AX., Y :Arias-1:wi',21f1:a2:,:1 9' am-..,,,,,,. . . . , N, ..W.A,x . Q -+2 33" yr' 4' "X K'?QiZ?1?i ,324:TS?",EZff?9 ,Q- .1 Mr Roque Barrera Mr. James Riichey itness Stressed in Ggm Classes Q Miss Sandra Nott The physical education de- partment featured a varied program of sports and stressed physical fitness. Students par- ticipated in tennis, swimming, basketball, baseball, volley- ball, football, table tennis, wrestling, and track. A rhythm class of folk dancing was of- fered Fridays to all girls. Fitness tests were given to measure each students athletic prowess. Sit-ups, push-ups, 50- yard dash, broad jump, and an obstacle course provided the core of the fitness program. if it W ' f-'fir X it-'gg 5 31 1 F f. I .1 ' . Miss Judith Marx Mrs. Grace Frye Mrs. Margaret Voltmer -iq Mrs. Margaret Smith Mrs. Mable Choice Miss Karen Bessy 1 " X Mr. Charles Swimley Mr. David Ccmclini Mr. Bill Gott .,..w. .. 1' Mr. Ken Rodgers Mr. Bob Chinciolo Mr. Bob Sleel Mr. Bud Proulx Speakers Debaied On Criminology Dennis Anderson, Ed Mendoza Susan White, Patti Emery i Lions Club Pariicipanis Am. A . A V Frani row: S. Quails, S. Lang. Back raw: J. Garfolo, F. Inglis. Nor pictured: G. Xaniiapoulos, Miss Marian Mellgren R. Thomas. Duane Musfeii, Randy Thomas Curi Covey, Diane Juice 4 54 A '30 dx, Y e Stephen Lew, David Groom John Garfolo Chris Caui, "Q"Q' 3 ,seslsa - .. 1 . Frank Inglis Ken Jenkins if We Long hours were devoted by Forensic students in preparing for this year's major debate topic: resolved that Congress should establish uniform regulations to control crim- inal investigation procedure. Forensics, a class in advance speech that can be taken only after completing two previous years of speech, offered experi- ence in the areas of debate, cross examina- tion debate, parliamentary procedures, orig- inal oratory, speech interpretation, extem- poraneous, and impromtu speaking. Students belonged to either National Forensic League, in which membership is determined by qualification on a point basis, or Yosemite Forensic League which is simi- lar to NFL, but on the state level. In the debate at Fresno State which qual- ified districts for Nationals, George Xant- topoulos and Steve Washburn placed sec- ond in debate and Curt Covey and Diane Joice placed third in debate. George Xant- opoulos also placed second in original ora- tory. " Twelve Angry Women " Evidence Revealed Innocence Sandi Peterson, Carol Bonde "Everybody Z ovec Opel' ' Hoods Attempted Murder ln the courtroom drama, "Twelve Angry Women", the action centered in the iury room where trial evidence was considered in the case of a young boy accused of murdering his father Guilty advocates led by cast-member Judie Johnson slowly gave way to an innocent verdict led by cast-member Judy Codoni. A city dump set the scene of the comedy, "Everybody Loves Opal", in which three gangsters lDorothy Coo- ley, Mike Anderson, and Terry Smithj tried to murder wealthy old maid Opal fMarsha Visgerj in order to use her dump for their illegal perfume-making. Dorothy Cooley, Mike Anderson Judie Johnson, Judy Codoni, Carolyn Tuso, Darlene Duncan, Katherine Courtney Mr. Arthur Lockheed Mike Anderson, Dorothy Cooley, Terry Smith Marsha Visger Hugn McAdams, Marsha Visger, Dorothy Cooley if sise it 'The Qecfef of fhe Worn- Oar' Qhoec ' Princesses Danoed With Mgsterg The princesses The village people Mfmf and fhe Man Rumors Caused Jealousg Mike Butler, Sandi Peterson Mike Anderson, Jan Klevon Mike Butler, Rick, Zeiter, Mike Anderson, Bobbe Hayes Jan Klevan, Hugh McAdams Q. 1-s..-1, . - Joseph Whitmore, Kathe Lonero An old fairy tale, "The Secret of the Worn-Out Shoes", concerned the mys- terious worn-out shoes of twelve prin-- cesses who danced night after night under the evil power of Princess Celes- tina CBecky Sheppardj. The secret was discovered by a young peasant boy Uoseph Whitmorej who was rewarded by the king with a marriage to one of his daughters. George Bernard Shaw's satire, "Arms and the Man", evolved around Cl Bul- garian town in the late i800's. A weathy upperclassman's daughter, Raina Petkoff Uan Klevanj, was en- gaged to marry an equally rich aristo- crat, Serges Seronoff CMike Butlerl. The call of war between Bulgaria and Ser- bia temporarily broke up their engage- ment, and brought Raina into a plot which helped a Serbian soldier to es- cape. Rumors spread about Raina hav- ing an affair with the captain and Serges became iealous. 57 l l Qpfendof fn Me Grass' ' Love Was Tender Leslie Vroman, Mike Butler fire Cfvafk Garden ' Suspucions Arose "Splendor in the Grass' by William Inge saw lovers Deanie Loomis CLynda Sarcanderl and Bud Stomper CGeorge Parrishl brought together after a forced separation which sent Deanie to a mental asylum and Bud to Yale College where he subsequently flunked out and got married. A secretive governess fDorothy Cooleyj, recently out of prison, became the subject of suspicion after she was hired to train Laurel CLynda Sarcanderl, a granddaughter of an ex-hostess fSheila Sheppardl of Lon- don society. Sheila Sheppard x Y Lynda Sarcander, George Parrish Lynda Sarcander, Sheila Sheppard Lynda Sarcander, Terry Smith 'The lmpoffance 0fEemg Ernegf ' Names Led To Confusion Mike Butler, Violet Tunsen, Carol Papini, Mike Anderson Wng Number' Can We ' Moneg Caused Mgsterg Carol Bonde, Bill Humphreys Double trouble arose in "The Importance of Being Ernest" when Jack Worthing CMike Butlerl assumed the Joe McKee, Marsha Visger, Terry Smith l Rick Vail, Cathy Heiser, George Parrish name of Ernest in order to get engaged to Gwendolen Niolet Tunsenl. Confusion started when Jack's friend also assumed the name of Ernest to get engaged to Cecily CCarol Papinij and both Cecily and Gwendolen thought they were engaged to the same man. The chilling murder mystery "Any Number Can Die" revolved around the mystery of a heiress lCathy Heiserl and her hidden inheritance. Anyone who came close to finding her treasure through a clue in a poem was im- mediately exterminated by a mysterious robe figure. Mike Butler, Bill Humphreys l 59 Dance Stressed Technique Footloeats, emotions, improvisations, and expressions with emphasis on dance tech- niques prepared Choreos for their annual concert directed by Mrs. Dorothy Mulvihill. Highlights of the year included a per- formance at St. Marys High School, "What Color Is Love", a trip to San Francisco to see a performance by professional dancer Jenny Hunt, and a master lesson from a San Francisco area dancer. l fgifig 29253 siifirii Eg 51? Y 532 ig in za 5 1 e is , 9. as 5. R S A LE 3' I? 3, -,ob em' - . X , ,kj fiiip , K :K h 4? Vg- 1 5!555555!5::::i::5EE - ga: -A-1 V-.svn i' SX 5 ' li: Choruses Accented Spring In Concerts ACappeIla Front Row: S. Baker, K. Demas, H. Haley, S. Lee, C. Bahasa, C. Slater, V. Williams, N. Burkett, S. Bailey, T. Hull, B. Ryckman. Row 2: J. Passeggi, L. Soto, D. Parsons, S. Keel, J. Chimiklis, J. Casenave, C. Pratt, R. Mehan, P. Boom, J. Palmer, M. Silver, L. Rock, M. Fugett. Row 3: S. Hill, S. Jutt, D. Louie, M. Schmid, A. Yip, R. Slater, J. Bacon, B. Legg, D. Lewis, T. Olney, M. Gillospy, B. Rabin, J. Sheldon, D. Baker Back Row: M. Martin, S. Cornell, C. Wells, S. Snyder, D. Herron, J. Weeks, A. Ever- ett, R. Dobson, C. Wilcox, B. Boker, R. Williams, G. Frush, T. Young, C. Dick. Treble Clet Front Row: J Driver, J. Plummer, D. Elkins, S. Gutierrez, M. Tamplin, M. Mathews, V. Nauyuk, C. Mobley, R. Lynch, J. Caro, D. Everett. Row 2: P. O'Day, J. Bentz, J. Scott, N. Burger, P. Whitmore, S. Lewis, R. Noack, G. Waggoner, C. Mathews, D. Farmby, J. Healy. Row 3: P. Ostrander, L. Brooke, V. Schaupp, S. Johnston, D. Gamino, D. Kelly, C. Becker, M. Topping, B. Harrington, M. Honkins, M. Monnie, D. Kilpatrick, N. Dahl, C. Nicholas. Back Row: P. Brown, D. Pack, M. Heclburg, P. McElroy, C. Brough, L. Jenkins, M. Lowenthal, C. Markel, C. Werfelmann, G. Neitzel, J. McCarthy, N. Bond, J. Salisbury, S. Pierce, E. Pratt. Girls Glee Fronl Row: B. Ruiz, J. Theobald, L. Wagner, D. Graf, M. Rose, A. Mitchell, C. Roberison, P. Padilla, T. Heckerman. Row 2: D. Garcia, B. Harrington, G. Fobila, D. Lamasler, D. Wesley, A. Ghilardusci, H. Keslin, G. Escalanie, C. Blankenship, C. Weslman. Row 3: J. DeHaven, L. Westcolf, S. Alchison, D. Randolph, T. Forbes, K. Leonarciini, P. Thompson, R. Allen, T. Thompson, D. Tunquisl, J. Elwood, B. Charles, K. Buih. Back Row: L. Burns, D. Spencer, S. Marlow, S. Tidemann, W. King, K. Harris, M. Tessier, K. Gibson, L. Schachlen, K. Hartman, D. McMnrran, M. Reaves, A. Hannuy, L. Reid. Lorelei Meislersingers B. Ryckman, M. Silver, J. Palmer, P. Boom , S. Juli, S. Hill, S. Cornell, C. Brough, S. Gutierrez, C. Slaier. ' Front Row: H. McAdams, D. Siovall. Row 2: M. McCauley, A. Lee, D. Powell. Row 3: J. Allen, H. Singer. Back Row: D. Mofleuci, M. Martinez, R. Lee. Mr. Fra nk Prather The Delta King Band marched at half-time. Drum major Bob Scott Under the direction of drum major Bolo Scott, the Delta King Band inspired extra support for the football team at home games. The band provided color- ful entertainment during all football halftimes, back-ground music for the Victory Day assembly, and marched in the Victory Day Parade. On hand to assist the band were maiorettes Bar- bara Owen and Ann Hayashi. In ad- dition to performing with the band, Ann Hayashi captured the state crown for baton twirling in an event spon- sored by the United States Twirling Association. The Delta King Band, under the di- rection of Mr. James Urbani, partici- pated and received a superior rating in the annual music festival held at the Modesto Junior College. Performance and difficulty of the music were import- ant factors in iudging decisions. Maiorette Ann Hayashi Moiorette Barbara Owen f 1 l Front Row: R. Proto, J. Muzio, L. Basso, N. Gotell J. Lee, G. Hunt, G. Graham, J. O'Connor, J. Blint l.. Schaeneman, J. Robinson, B. Bonner, S. Smitl L. Sturdivan, D. Blair. Raw 5: B. Fay, J. Yost, R. Shipe S. Pribyl, B. Carlisle. D. K. Band Strove For Excellence Mr. James Urbani fwmewevm..-we f va., e 4 Marr, J. Cronic, N. Bennington, J. Miliasa, K. Matuso, H. Hull, L. Moore, S. Jutt. Row 2: N. Feaver, C. Leach, R. Hull, C. Howe, S. Proto, G. Christiansen, G. Shimo. Row 3: S. Tremain, E. Nokocle, C. Tokeuchi, M. Delucclwi, Caromino, P. Pott, M. Wells, B. Scott, S. Lang, T. Morley, M. Griffith, R. Sugi, G. Kosich, J. Stevens, G. Wille, Lee, M. Watson, B. Magellan, L. Johnson, D. McWain, B. Erlandson, C. Gordet, D. Crist, J. Bortell, J. Brewer, L. Drovdol, J. Fallon, L. Dooley, T. Biddick, N. Luzzareschi S. Rivers, R. VanBuskirk. Row 4: S. Jones, L. Schneider D. Morrow, D. Dooley, T. Mills, B. Epstein, M. Welches Lee, D. Fong. Back Row: E. Patt, M. Turturici, J. Howland 1 1 f""'YSs Q 1 ' 1'-, l-- gg ,X 1 ' 1 I 'QP 4 i . :C A N - '7 4 In V. L Q ,ik rv, ' sk' ,fix " I v FA, A TA 5, wwf, if ' ., 1 52? Yay I , , , I, " My l E W ' Exit? L xlff 4' ,J "',, Q rug I f f I if f . ,' A' if I , . ,N Fi Q 'N r5 v ,e F i al ss-A l ,, J-,Qi 1 .,,,, , .L , ,u :.f ,Ill ,A ,r., x ' - P' . as' ,, ' J 5 'K .QV TQ f ' 45- ls is 1 , . H. 'N If! L, :W :A . - fini -Q. g 1 4 ax f ,kv ,Q z 'P ,ik Va, fwfar-fw .- , ff - - 1 I . . i Q M ' -4' EN ' ,E .rf ,,. " ai 15 it , -km Back Row L- il i d Shmulaied Enihusiasm mn Q W gfwtw wif UPSWOM BAD? Z yang JQXLOQ Gjgl xo Y f Wfwfw V W W OWZWE WSW' ww C2 Engagemenis Meanl Parlicipalion Mr. George Cunha Froni Row: R. Lewis, S. Collier. Back Row: C. Quijalvo, D, Traphagen. Fronf Row: L. Solo, C. Theobald, A. Cosel, C. Malkin, M. Molina. Row 2: M. Yip, P. Winler, D. Jenkins, A. Chrislofferson, P. Lewis. Back Row: M. McCarthy, B. Harman, P. Buckley, S. Carlson, C. Huckley. Front Row: L. Moore, T. Hull, J. Blinn, J. O'Conner. Row 2 S Prato G Graham S Jutt R Sugl J Muzlo Back Row: G. Hunt, G. Shima, R. Prato, J. Lee, T. Biddlck Front Row: D. Wolfe, P. Culbertson,V Mecum Back Row M Bond C Wllcox B Geary 'The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. George Cunha, participated in the annual Christmas Assembly, and the Spring Band and Orchestra Festival. This is the Eleventh year that the orchestra qualified with a superior rating at the festival. individual members of the orchestra also participated in the Solo and Emsemble Music Festival sponsored by California Music Educators. Librarg and Audio Visual Served School i 5 K in .await , 1 2 131W A i W ,X X ,M is 4:9 V' -Y ,W,,w..., 2 E 4 i Q X. 'Wi :SSW ,limi 4. 5335 Qifgzi M-g,'k:iS my Tis vrz Miss Chrysia Richards Miss Bernice Oriez Mrs. Wanda St-romme ga N, ,Q CAl,ll-'ORNIA W -,, ... fl .Nm Service was the main goal of the library and audio visual departments as they helped to circulate instructional materials throughout the school. Thousands of books, magazines, and newspapers were processed through the library this year by the librarians and over forty student aids. The library not only provided research and study helps, but be- came a haven for students before school and during lunch. Students, under the direction of Mr. Ross Carle, helped to distribute audio visual equipment to teach- ers. The most important addition to the department this year was a video tape machine, used to record such events as drama practices, sports events, and class sessions. we-Q tagg Line Chronicled Year's Events Members of the Stagg Line staff com- bined inexperience and ingenuity to produce a bi-weekly chronicle of school and related community events. Thir- teen reporters covered the various aca- demic and fine arts departments as well as the student council and other extra-curricular activities. Editor Katcha Eley headed the staff of novices and authored a column en- titled "Katcha in the Wry". Other fea- tures included: "Turtletown USA", 0 cartoon strip by Tod Ruhstallerg "Ed- itor's Forum", a column in which staff members could express their thoughts and opinions: and the traditional "Ob- servation Post". Janice Lee Jackie lee Rick Mallet l 1 4 l -sw W A W-vm.-....-M L ez' N "Ln 15,5 A ig" ...W Mr.. 'dugg Sally Moore Joanne Chan Janice Lema Tgm Klein Tupper Hull Clark Conufd -H '24 Kaicha Eley, Edifor Mr. Charles Bloch, Advisor SIB- Luurel Fargo Tom Biddick Cathy Meyer B ARCHON Documented School Life Archon staff members, assigned the task of docu- menting the year's activities, chose to follow a theme of involvement in order to give a more meaningful in- terpretation of the 1967-1968 school year. Nineteen students, along with advisor Mr. Charles Bloch, began working in the spring of 'I967 and fever- ishly increased production pace as the final April dead- line grew nearer. Staff members worked during class periods, after school, at night, Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays on the book which contains a slightly different format than previous Archons. Headlining the new look is a twenty-six page introduction, designed to strengthen the mood and the theme of the book. Kathy Freccero Gayle Nagel Charley McAdams Chris Minefto N Tod Ruhslaller, Editor Charlotte Dunn ,p--. X-,gm 'XXX Corey Anderson Denise Lobosco fs ..---nov'- any s.,Vg "Hn na .5 .fir 'fox Q 4 D 1 vig, -'4..-."g4'a ,, 14 s Ch risty Sweet Vicki Grewatz w'!'. J New ., SQ?-n-QQ :H Mr. Charles Bloch, Advisor Q --:X .f a i , 1-Q. .,,,.1 'SJW' Joyce Tcieger Laurie Smith John Bedwell L ,, fr .Q . 3' fl , Q le g It ,, ,452 Sue Williams Pam Kroencke Lyneife Nogare Nem Lau Lisa Wong Richard Prima W' .--"" 45, f , 1 X . I MXL ,Q KN K, , 5 3. ,rf 3-3 N " 3.-A n WT " B, if N 5 xx' A F., . . ' E, N .. g.:,wM . -. A - Q ? V ' 1 x. ,KF W inf' .gag it x xxx xg 3 K S S bb... Publicaiions Sparked Involvemeni N ' 1 w , Q- , A Q .X - ' , ' Q' . A f A NNXY xx Llp! - SYM' W M 'f' L5 A Q 1 9.41 N flfblx' I ' 'X , Q- Q, V tl jx-,fb V 1-J -12' I 1 , f - " U :R C , Lfx , X, ,' " Q LJ J If L, X L, Z, , , I , 1 X 'X , f f V f If ,, D 1 , , , , f Q 2 l XX Qx , V j 'f ,,1ff3 ' ,A . 5 15, P if JLXLJ x, ,M . QR! :uf f J ,ff :J K ,fl I V. VV 1 I f UT' A W A hw . x . . ' tx K 5 , f - A' 'V f L , .J 1 f' J' ,XA A . 1, . A, , . , w , Lf Y X ' . . , L' - f , . - V ff v EVA, 1' f V ,A . " ' , f - ' 1 W, f s f ' 2 ' V., . .f ' xf " . x 1 - Lf 1 1 f , . 1 ,f N X 4, , .l 4 , . lx b I, f 0' : f J, f a, A , X f rn -L L V, X L. - , 1 f ' ' ' x L' A , +6 , 1 N ' Gbx ' N W , . NE ' -- I 1 I, , . 2 1 ,f .. . E 1 ,f ' lf- 'b If I i ' ,, fl ax fjQA4 r,. , - f I ,f 2, ' , ' 'f x,,,5 -f ll ! 1 1 I ' s , 1' W f , 0 ' L' A ' , If 6 f t,J,6f' LL 1- . A , . 1 4 1 . 1, A I X IR L- .X 6 ' ,Lf ff 1 Nz W f , , 1 ' 1 1 N , Vf. ,I X I V V, . r ,f 1, , -1 f ., 4 ' ' -" ,' ff 1' 1 J X60-3A XNNCI 'X fw If 6179 NL! fja' if 5' A Q W LPL L 5 f f E w. RQ fj7 I I 13 K' Q M jp KV7 1 fw K L CX Q tj f L i ,L M Lf A wk I if v kv 59 4 f A 1 ll It I X! V! V wf X NL ,A L ILL f if lf K! if Kfkd L 6 VL 74 gf Uv UMW! lp 1 L f L X , x WX' L+ LU J 1 LH I I L L1 Q XX XL af 1 ,LU , " , f ' . 47 f I f ' f A . f f , Lf' Q J A? , Q f me ,M 5 f L MJ, ,M ' m Q w 4 K 4 Lyvlllnc .,1 .Vf K X XR Y gf V.,, L Y X L. fx? I L-,L A 4 D -f 1, Txxivgf. b 'I KA, , fy X K f ' A f I Ll XL 4 V . 'f fy kljblx ' K W ' 450 L' 'mm -f V V fi ' vw My W , ii I, fr., ' , . xy? X Qxj- A, 5 IYMK, J v. f PQVMI NN QQ., fx N' - fn f'KPf'7'fM , J X 1 f f I J X, , Lf" I L' X QA 12 UE KQ Y . fr, 'If ' X 'V fjfk , L, ,,V, 1 f f 70 7 , f, ' f If rf f X V- if ,,"N fb' , ,- fr M Kgs, f QQ 6,411 INKWCC .ff L V g"ffN:' I , 'A xx NNXQD' All V , , fy-,Q, X f GSK' of W W y, I C! ff ' 2 vf -5 'v- Xff - ., 'I ,W x.! ' N, ' ,, I ,, , ,N T-xl Ax' - LD X fi K4 , A R. . fy LN X K WX UagM + mf Q L , X U ' I BMX ,QW Q f JL ,f Z- ,L0 L 78 fu f f ix YQ WQTMVW Q W MQZMW ff W , ' , DJ R. f F . M Yi x. X . I JY I it VM I ,xxx 0 ' x D O' 6 Q ,Q 9 I WA 1 ,G 4f ,A ,A N QL " rfx ,fg k ,1 ,ug I 1 A Uf1CfNwn9Cf,N5fEf M5 Wi AQWUU fdib 0 W IA 2 Mn LQN5 of A ff' 0 ' K Cd Y ff-"' f'q7VN YQ 2 0060 'YEW LRF 351 K- ff ff' . V Student Union Officers Q Y, 3 f 5 f President George Xunttopoulos V.. . ' 'ef -'Aw Vice-President Phil Gotando "Dynamic" best describes this year's student government. Through the efforts of Stagg's most controversial Student Union President, George Xantoppolous, the constitution and general procedure of the student government was changed to stress individualism and involvement. This new and often confusing policy was adopted pri- marily to better prepare students for life outside of school where they will come face to face with an even newer and more confusing world. Rudimentary changes in student government began with the elimination of the title "Student Body," which became the "Student Union", exemplifying student involvement in gov- ernment as well as activities. A Senate and House of Repre- sentatives was formed. The "Voice of the Students" was introduced to the Stu- dent Union to stress involvement. At first, all of this was accepted by the students with some apprehension, doubt, and resentment. But, fortunately, student officers deep con- cern for their school and their fellow students ignited their desire to make Stagg a truly involved school. xr' 14,3 .3 W 0131 www Secrefory Koihy Demos Treasurer Bob Scot? gs 3' 21 "E fi is Cf if is 1 5 I' 1 ,XX X 'A Q A . I Sfudenf Affairs Commissioner Cathy Meyer Rally Commissioner Chrisiy Sweet ,X gm -Q L -.2 Archon Editor Commissioner of Publicity Stagg Line Editor Tod Ruhstaller Lonnie Moore Kotcho Eley Commissioner of Safety Janice Lema Margot Wilson 7 X. w X X , Jester Lynn Friend Della King Dan Lucchesi Sophomore Cheerleaders Kathy Muriani Karen Hurly Stephanie Kendall Becky Scott Songleaders and Cheerleaders lgniied Spirii J, ,N . 'Q ob Alustiza Harry McCarty Ron Beecher Mark Hammer ' 77' 7 Kathy Freccero V, . - ,f f' 1, , , ,. 's Ml l. Charlie Gardemeyer Diane Maccini Songleaders Kathy Freccero, Denise Lobosco, Carol Rossi, and Chris Weaver attended the Squaw Valley Songleader Camp where they won top honors and a superior rating in com- petition against songleading groups from throughout California. As a result, our song- leaclers were invited to perform at the Seventh Annual San Francisco 49'er Pom Pom Rally and Competition at Kezar Stadium where they were awarded first place. Cheerleaders Harry McCarty, Mark Hammer, Ron Beecher, Bob Alustiza, and Charlie Garde- meyer were awarded an excellent rating for spirit at the Squaw Valley Cheerleading Camp. ,..,.a Carol Rossi 'B .N lk -0 3.2-2-1-fa., '2-we is ...'::,.35J-.wma . is 3 1' .Q Ya. -,N ta 4.51,-3 wa ' .1 r 9f1"Q-t t ,, , lg4:""f 3 . few? X 4,3 , ,. ay-,. 7' i, !""eQ-Neg, W: 1 L' . -JE, K. f r I., ,V4i.,n -N vm-Quik M' " " 111 If A' , .f-5:-, f. . . ., fr -. ,, f wr? ,A . - . A .. 5 'fs sf 4 r 1' .L ' xn I 3 X ,,3.rv,l iv,-I"fl.t0:n 7. 4.7 xnxx 54 . 'll n. .1 gjfx-'5x fn. 4 I i .- '- 1 ,. .I , V I V .L ..3"" ',-' Q. . A,:'f3 I -tlifv HL'l.'Jv' 'f. '-1 1' - . W. Nzr'4"fs,1a4fL fig' ?'f'1..: X 'lm X1 cllqig I .efilff , vc' I 7 4 x ' " We .,. '. .1 -4 MQ' X.1f"f YW iQ Q- K XWJJSQL N wk ' G. Senior Class Officers Cabinei emma-"5 A Presideni Steve Washburn Vice-President'Tom Biddick Secretary Kathy Dent Treasurer John Garfolo Eamlii , :vs-was-eff' :WWA safer 5-.A if F f E c Nem Lau Richard Buckias Linda Hancock Wendy Holmes Tom Jenkins eh W 5 V . A Participating in student government and active in clubs, Tom Biddick also served as feature editor of the Stagg Line. e Tom was active in class assemblies for three years, and directed the seniar production. He was Senior Class vice-president, President Pro- W Tem of the senate, and a delegate to the model United Nations at Berkeley. In his iunior year, Tom was a cabinet officer. RQTJ' 5 He was a senior director of Key Club and a mem- ber of the Delta King Band. Tom was a life member of C.S.F. ...w Mike Abare Bill Abright Peggy Acton Lynda Abernathy Janice Acremant Doug Adams 'Y'-s. t 4i rf" ,sv Paul Agdeppa Renee Allen Mary Alley Bob Alustiza Donna Anderson John Allen Toni Allen Lindo Almanza JoAnn Alverson Ken Anderson 88 mn '- new, Mike Anderson Eileen Armstrong Chuck Askren John Austin Allen Anton Cathy Artozqui Doug Atherton Don Auwinger Randy Arbini Debby Asher Bob Attaway Chris Bahasa ws 'sf' Y, r' Seniors iq, 15 gpm.- Randy Bailey Sharon Bailey James Bambas Shirley Barosso Connie Barrett Wanda Bass Daniel Bauman Doug Beatty Marcella Becurf Russell Bechthold David Becker 4I1""'Y Shari Bedford Doug Bennett Jolwn Bedwell Norah Benningion Ron Beecher JoAnn Beniz Robert Berry Didi Bevan Tom Biddick Chrisiine Bidondo Bari Bird David Biork Ron Bloom Toni Bohnak Carol Bonde Brian Bonner Linda Bonuccelli .1 Patti Boom Frank Boston Bill Bosworth Barbara Bosch Jeanette Boswell Larry Boyce wg, AWVNQ Ruth Braun Kathy Breneman Ray Broderick Earl Brazile Diane Briscoe Carol Brooks Seniors Robert Brackin Richard Bratthauer Margaret Branyan Becky Broun V! Mike Butler completed an oustanding actingxcareer with roles in all but three productions in the past three years. A He served as treasurer of Thespians for one se- mester, and was able to accumulate for more than 1000 points for special honors in that club. Mike participated in all three class assemblies, and was a member of National Honor Society. 91 , V swgisi, is at ,. . x l ' F' ' .a '1.,.N', a e i tee fer K V l fi Sue Brown Linda Bruner Lois Bryan Richard Buckius Peggy Buckley David Brumbaugh Adele Bruno John Bryant Steve Buckles Nancy Burkett Kathy Dent was a Girl's State representative, fi- nalist in the United Nations Pilgrimage, and finalist in the local Elks Leadership Contest. As a senior, she was class secretary, costume chair- man for the class assembly, and chairman of the Roundtable novelty entry in the Victory Day Parade. Kathy was a member of the National Honor Society. l 92 4. Bob Burns Sharon Burruel Michael Butler Theresa Burns Bonnie Buth Bruce Cadman Seniors e Zi' Wanda Cain Frank Cappalla Debby Carey Linda Carlson Ronda Carsner Rory Cannon Deborah Capps Siorm Carey Sally Carlson Linda Caihcari Virginia Cana Sieve Cardona Galen Carle Susan Carr Chris Caul lou Caviglia Alidu Cederblom Diana Chamberlain Sherrie Chandler Connie Chapin 7 .1 xx --rdf? Larilynn Chemas Paul Chinn Howard Chun Dawn Clifford Diane Coleman Doug Cherney Marilyn Chisholm Adrian Clark Spencer Clifton Bill Collinswarlh Patty Chin Tony Chow June Clark Judy Codoni Chuck Combs 'W Q' Christina Condrey LaQuetu Conn Par Conner Greg Cook Marcia Cook rr F As o vital participant in the Student Union in- w"' volvement movement, Richard Drovclal will be best X - remembered for his contribution os "the voice of the gas' i students". K .0 Richard was u member of the Delta King Band, ' ta and earned varsity letters in cross-country and wres- ' 0 , tling. He participated in class assemblies, was cl life i X member of C.S.F., and was president of National fx Honor Society. Margaret Corliss Rosie Cota Kathy Courtney Sue Cornell Janis Cottrell Kerry Courtright . Q me AGM X . , me iw f- ' RVN CA: rn xl X w-.M,..... YIZMNY aw-Q Jim Cox Dave Crist Larry Crumpacker Chuck Cunningham Corol Dohlhauser Kathy Coyne Jccki Cronic Penny Culbertson Debbie Cutter Dan Daniels 95 WR YR X x Wi . WI23' Charlotte Dunn was chosen as a representative to the Model United Nations during her iunior and senior years. She was co-chairman of the senior fashion show, co-chairman of the senior bcill, and o member of the senior gift and funcl-raising committees. Charlotte was chairman of Z Club's fall fashion show, and President of International Club. il s- ' -ff'-qs' Patty Daniels Mike Davenport Mike Deluccihi Tom Daniels Dennis Dearmin Richard Deluchi qw-wiv usi' 3? Kathy Demos David Denney John Dennis Silvio Desontis Barbara Dewin Jerry Denhardt Pilnr Denning Kathy Dent David Deverrell Jane Dexter 96 Seniors Mike Dillon David Dobretz Gordon Donaldson Richard Drovdal Charlotte Dunn Terry Dixon Richard Dobson Cathy Douglas Tony DuBrutz Jack Durkee Bill Dalabs Doug Dodson Dennis Droge Ellen Dunlap David Eader Wendy Eakes Katcha Eley Larry Elledge Duane Ellis Donna Emerick X ww? Party Emery Brian Erlandson Bob Esposito Robert Estanie Pom Evangelisri Roberi Engdclml John Errecnlde Eugene Esser Larry Estes Alfred Evereii Sondra Erickson Pam Erz Bill Essig Ron Efusler Sue Fqgnqnf Bob Fay Bruce Fender Ken Ferreru Pai Ferrera Kelly Ferrill Brenda Fiscus Robert Fitzhugh Sheryl Flood Tony Flores David Fogarty Bill Fisher Steven Flocchini Ray Flores Lynda Foellmi Greg Fong Nw ma X f Q N ' , if Q j :wgwqw-k's', "-Tex. '. Q Jane Fong Frank Fonseca Debby Fore Wayne Fong Danny Foote Carol Forenti K 'K Active in student government, Phil Gotanda was Student Union Vice-President, presiding officer in the Senate, and member of the junior class cabinet. He played sophomore baseball, and performed in the sophomore and iunior assemblies. In three years of active membership in Key Club, Phil served as club historian and secretary. 99 David Formby Mary Foundation Carol Foss Allen Frank Richard Harrell iourneyed to New York last year, in the United Nations Pilgrimage, was a delegate to the Model United Nations at Berkeley, and was chosen as an Outstanding Teenager of Amercia. Richard was a valedictorian, life member of C.S.F., trophy-winner for liberal arts in the Bank of America Achievement Awards, and was nominated for the Seymour Award. 100 Kathy Franks Curtis Frazier Richard Frank Kathy Freccero Dennis Freeman Mike Freitas Martha French Lynn Friend David Gaddoni Diana Frey Marilyn Fugett Linda Gainza 1 7 Seniors Donald Gall Stephen Gardea Charles Gardemeyer Frances Garner James Gallagher Win Gardellc Adam Gareis Donna Gary Irene Garcia Mike Gardoza John Garfulo Bill Geary Diana Gentry Mary Lee Giacchero Marcia Gilbeau Mare? Gillette Rick Gilmore Ernie Gini Richard Giotionini Steve Giavannoni :QM-G ,M Ann, 41' 2? Sieve Goehring Loyd Gvolsby Lorie Goucher Jim Green Brenda Greenfield Bernie Goldberg Chip Gordet Ursula Granson Ron Green Sian Gresham Dell Gooch Phil Goiunda Kathy Gray Jim Greene Vicki Grewaiz -N-.an x-has Connie Griffin Margare! Griffiih Dennis Gromm .David Groom Larry Groves Tupper Hull lettered in swimming as a sophomore and iunior, and was a sports reporter and page editor for the Stagg Line. As a iunior he helped initiate the new printing format for the Key Club football game programs. He was active in Key Club for three years. ln addition, Tupper was active in the iunior and senior class assemblies, and frequently participated in rallies. Connie Gulick Jamie Hackett David Hakeem Sarah Guterrez Cynthia Hackley Helen Haley 5 -eff "fry cis Diane Hall Rhonda Hamm Wanda Hampton Linda Hancock Debbie Hanley Steve Hallum Mark Hammer Don Hancock Roberta Hancock Kris Hansen lO3 me-assi As a iunior, Nem Lau ran for vice-president at the Junior leadership Conference in Asilomar. WA ,gs Nem was a member of the senior cabinet, and was co-chairman of Student Union elections. As a sopho- . more, she assisted with scenery in the class assembly. H '-sw She was a member of G.A.A. for three years, and as a senior served on the decorations committee for the C.S.F. Christmas Dance. Valerie Hansen Beverly Harman Tracy Harris Tom Harlan Nancy Harper Mike Harrison ik-1 .lan Hartman Joyce Hauck Arthur Hayes Sandy Hqynie Dan Heine l-lndu H0'VeY Michael HGWHHS Roberta Hayes Steve Haynie Linda Helmer 104 Seniors Herschel Henderson Fredricc Hepperle Pal Hicks Susan Hill Mork Henderson Richard Herrell Basil Hill Sieve Hobart Deborah Henke Bill Hickman Sandra Hill Steve Hobson si-E .15 Judi Holmes Wendy Holmes Elhel Holt Rita Hooley Rachelle Hague Carla Hokholt Shirley Hollingsheacl Cindy Hornicek fri? Bob Horton John Hughs Carl Howe Peggy Hughes Skip Huber Terry Hull James Ivy Jeff Jackson NN Tupper Hull Joan Hurst Bill Isaacs Bill Humphreys Nancy Ignafovich Linda Isaacson Gayle Hunt Frank Inglis Cecelia Islas Doug Jusa Brenda Jarvis Darrel Jelley M """.?' -wmv- Tom Jenkins Mike Jirka Alan Johnson Dennis Johnson Gale Johnson Tom Jimenez lrene Johansen Becky Johnson Duane Johnson Judie Johnson W owen. and-gn '10 Lois Johnson Linda Jones Ran Juarez Jay Johnstone Steve Jones Richard .lunker ln three years, Steve Lew compiled a record of excellence in extra-curricular, and academic achieve- ment. He was awarded a letter of comfnenclation from the National Merit Board, and was a certificate winner in the Bank of America Achievement Awards for history. Steve was a varsity debator, and served as pres- ident of Key Club in his senior year. He was also a member of C.S.F. and N.H.S. lO7 Mary Junqueiro Merryl Kaplan Sandra Keel Bill Keizur Sandra Kelley Jerri Kamp Arthur Kawada Glen Kehl John Kelley Tom Kiernan Outstanding in citizenship, Irene Marr attended the Junior Leadership Conference at Asilomar, received the D.A.R. Citizenship Award, was a finalist in the U.N. Pilgrimage, and was selected by Kiwanis for "Teenager af the Month" honors. She was iunior class secretary, Z Club President, and vice-president of International Club. Irene was also u member of C.S.F., G.A.A., N.H.S., and Delta King Band. IO8 ri Randy Kilpatrick Pat Kingen Kathy Klein Nancy Kindel Dennis Kirschenman Steve Komure Seniors Xigxgwgii David Koyl David Kreiss Pam Kroencke Louie Krupp Mauveiie LaBar1he George Krause Denise Kreth Dennis Kroon Tony Kubena Clifii La Boiie Vickie Krein Jeannie Krougman Tim Krueger Bob Kuboia Craig Lafargue 15 Q mgprj :gr Sieve Lnmpman Carol Lang Nem Lau Cheryl lee Puffy Lee Sue Lee Vickie Lee Shelly Leigh? Leonard Travis Stephen Lew Ted Lee Bill Legg Sieve Lenls Sieve Leung Roberta Lewis Tommy Lee Deborah Lehmann Cheryl Leonard Donald Leow Susan Lewis ,w ! Que 1 if Qv""'r M4 I Bob Leyvu Lisa Lim Verifa Linde Marlin Linquisl Gayle Livingslon K r . 45 -W.. .1 mmm A.k. 1 L Chuck McAdams received special recognition in the field of scientific research. As a iunior, he was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to attend a summer ses- sion in environmental biology at Northwestern State College of Louisiana. He won an outstanding Achieve- ment Award in the California Central Valley Science Fair, the N.A.S.A. Award for Aerospace Research, and the Navy Science Cruiser Award. He was presi- dent of Science Club. Chuck served os a publications photographer in his senior year. As a sophomore and iuniar, he partici- pated in class assemblies, and during his iunior and senior years he helped with preparations for the Christmas Dance and the Junior-Senior Prom. larry Long Ray look Dennis Louie Michele Law Danny Lucchesi Jerry Lonnevlk Sheri lopez Kevin Louie Ralph Lozo Richard Luchini iii As Commissioner of Student Activities, Cathy Meyer was responsible for Victory Day, Fun Fest, and Inter- Club Council. As an extension of her student union office, she also served at Teen Club Chairman and was responsible for monthly dances, sponsored by the Stockton Recreation Department. She was a feature writer for the Stagg Line, pres- ident of the American Field Service Club, and secre- tary of French Club. Cathy also was a member of C.S.F. auf' Gloria Lujan Brady Lutz Diana Maccini Wendy Lum Judy Luyendyk Bob Mackey vi.: ww f, ' .-fee , -at , :S , . x -sv-rr l . 1- K - t M Charlotte Madison Jackie Makelim Herb Malinowski Mark Marengo Betty Mark David Mneder Gary Moland Pam Mallett Toni Margie Irene Marr H2 x Seniors Jill Marsh Nancy Martin Frank Martinez Judy Massei Charles McAdams David Martin Stephen Martin Triexie Martinez Kathy Matsuo Maureen McCarthy Doug Martin Charlie Martinez Regina Marion Millie May Harry McCarty Karen McCook Ed McCormick Cathy McDonald Bob McKeegan Bill McManus 'Q fxl Gif . Xwgzwf x S M .41- JWN ,wav Chuck McMeechan Virginia Mecum Sandi Meruz Cathy Meyer Karen Miller Dixie McWain Bob Memory Janet Merlo Jayne Mikasa Sharyne Miller Rick McWain Jack Mepham Carol Meyer Vicki Milano Bob Miioslavich Chris Mineho Pahy Miniaci Debby Misenhimer Ross Moerman Marvin Moles x Martha Molina Joanne Monotti Helen Moon Lonnie Moore Ray Morales Diane Monegan Mary Moody Kathleen Moore Sally Moore David Morelli Carlos Moreno Tony Morley Charles Munoz Darrell Morgan Karen Morris David Murray W - -were ee it With the introduction of Stagg's first video tape recorder, and his selection as chief technician, Ross Moerman found his senior year intricately scheduled with deadlines for taping and playback. In addition, he served os stage manager for all assemblies and rallies, and he helped with the pro- duction of three class assemblies. Ross was manager of the baseball and basketball teams, a certificate winner in the Bank of America Achievement Awards for business, and member of C.S.F. ll5 '-we -cf? .SN NN sum, was .es Doug Murray Joy Muzio Gayle Nagel Dave Navone Dianne Neri Peggy Murray Kathy Myers Ed Nokade Don Nelson Ron Neri Outstanding in music, Lonnie Moore was o three- yeor member of the Delta King Marching Bond, o two-year member of the orchestra, ond received two command performances in the solo and ensemble fes- tivols. In addition, Lonnie was class vice-president as o sophomore, ond chairman of the sophomore assembly. As a senior, she served as Commissioner of Publicity. She was a life member of C.S.F., and was selected as a queen finalist. H6 ,-. GK ii wx 5? i., .X Rhonda Nesbitt Robert Newell Dena Nielsen Trudy Newberry Peggy Nichols Gary Nigl-.idq X Seniors Phillip Nittu Lynelie Nogure Gerald Nogues Louis Norley Doug Null Donald Olaver Evelyn Onefo Bari Norman Nanby Nunez Tim Olney John Oneio T6rry Novinger David Okubo David Olveru Laura Ortez Berdi Oshidari Pam Osirander Barbara Owen Janis Owens Nancy Pndula meg, .Q We -auf' C 31' '?' E,-Z: -mn- elk New ,suv 'Q .Q Joan Palmer Patricia Putt Carol Papini John Peckinpaugh Chris Pasture Linda Peckinpaugh Wayne Pen k""5.w.,' ur"c"" QI - , r 'b if P ri 'S X , P 1-..,,, 74" .wma S248 aw QMY, ce Peggy Peregoy Mike Pereir ' KY AQ.. Joe Perez Vicky Perry Tanya Peters ww- 'rfl . Tw Vicki Peters Kay Peterson Sandi Peterson vt Clyde Pfeifle Pam Phillips Bob Pierucci Valerie Pippi Glen Pitts i'Z'f"'J' All-around achievement, and superior leadership marked Richard Prima's three years at Stagg. 'll' Excelling in athletics and academics, he possessed a 15-'l varsity wrestling record as a senior, and was a trophy winner in the Bank of America Achievement Awards for Industrial Arts and winner of the Bausch- Lomb Science Award. Richard was president of C.S.F. in which he held a life membership, and was president of Press Club and Archon sports editor. He was also chairman of the senior gift committee. Larry Plageman Fred Pocoroba Claudia Pontiff Beth Pocoroba Janis Polanich Richard Prata -11" Sheryl Preeo Larry Price Richard Prima Margaret Pullum Darren Quigel Steve Pribyl Jolinda Pricola Bill Prout Jane Quan Debbie'Raichel H9 il? 'P+ Tod RuhstalIer's primary interest was in publica- tions where he progressed from culb reporter as a sophomoroe, tb feature reporter as o iunior, and Archon editor 'as a senior. His most unique contri- bution was the creation of a cartoon strip, "Turtle- town U.S.A." which captured first place in the Stockton Record Contest for three years making him the first student to take honors for three consecutive years, in this event. He also earned the "Outstond- ing Contribution to o Stagg Publication" award. He participated in all three class assemblies, was an occasional performer at rallies, inherited "Heckler" duties os o senior, and served as KSTN School News Reporter. Tod spent the summer of 1967 in Southern Spain as on American Field Service Participant. ,W A. AV 'SW nm Xl" Donny Rankin Corol Reaves Lester Rotekin Carol Red -QL Nw' Tom Reese Joseph Renoles ., few' 'Fx 1 xx 'is' . Q... ., .ww ,4- -Q4-+....:9 M331 , ,- X Q. 10 Darlene Reuscher Spencer Reynolds Patty Rippey Jonet Robinson Russ Robinson Judy Reynolds Mono Reynoso Beverlie Robinson Jo Lynn Robinson Rhonda Rodinsky 120 X K .. s-X32 X Jim Rogers Deborah Rohn Pam Rolleri Mike Rollins Laura Rasenkilde Josie Romero Shirley Rosenquiest Manette Rosen Stan Rosenquiest Seniors Mark Ross Carol Rossi Vana Rowland Louie Rubino Tod Ruhslaller Dale Rusca Bob Russo Barbara Ryckmun Nancy Salvetii Lora Samuelson Ronald Sanchez Linda Sanders Pamela Sarmeni Susan Sawyer Dave Santini Angie Savage Jean Scanavina Lynda Sarcander Micheline Savoie Bob Scatena Liz Schaeneman David Schamber Virginia Schaupp Alien Schaffer Chris Schenone Louie Schiaffina VK Grace Schierling Don Schoeniein Sieve Schon Barbara Schroeder Gary Schuefz Karen Schulz Marsha Scott Richard Sealy Bob Scott Ray Scott Wendy Segarini Karen Shaw Becky Sheppard Bruce Shields JoAnn Sheenhan Donna Sherman Margaret Shields Steve Seibel Arnette Shaliean Sally Seitz Steve Shaughnessy Outstanding in leadership, Bob Scott participated in Youth in Business Day, ond Youth in City Govern- ment Day as o councilman. Bob served as treasurer for the Student Union, C.S.F. Northern Region, and Key Club. He was pres- ident of Spanish and HiPi Clubs. He was a life member of the C.S.F., and received a National Merit Board letter of Commendation. l23 .ar-as.4g it 'M is J Tom Shoneff Mary Silvera Jerry Simmons Dennis Simpson Paulette Sibert Marianne Silver Tony Simmons Harold Singer Assembly and Rally Commissioner Christy Sweet contributed to school life as a member of the Stagg Line and Archon Staffs, and Student Union Senate. She was selected as,a queen finalist, and Key Club Sweetheart. Club membership included Rally, Z, N.H.S., G.A.A., Press, and C.S.F. Christy was a semi-finalist for a California State Scholarship. l24 self' rs ffwwv 'sf' QPF' Cynthia Slater Jerry Smith f Wm? f X ' ' Q A-ne A, -we 'fl C S 's- us .qi-M S wr Kathy Smith Sue Smith Terry Smith Laurie Smith Susan Smith Nancy Smithem Neil Smyth Arnold Springer Luisa Soto Shirley Staderoli Vicki Spanos Cheryl Stark Y.. ' NTS vu-- wq . Seniors Leo Steiner Jim Stelzer Janie Sterling Nick Stevens Larry Strobel .loleen Stokes Leila Strowbridge Debby Stoycoit Sally Stuckey Roderick Sugi Frank Sunseri Shirley Sutton George Swan Christy Sweet rg.-N, Joyce Toeger Kafhy Toflon Priscilla Taylor Mahna Thomas Vivian Thompson Mark Toiima Jeannehe Taylor Pot Terry Jane? Thompson Gordon Thompson Susan Tanner Nancy Taylor Coihy Theobald Sue Thompson John Thomason Shari Thorfon Marlin Thorpe Jim Tillolson Don Tirapelle Terry Toler X ,,-W five-:fr bsisszs Speech and debate were predominant in Steve Washburn's three years at Stagg. He was selected as Outstanding Debator in his sophomore year, and placed fifth in the state for impromptu. He was a life member of C.S.F., and served as class president in his iunior and senior years. Steve participated in all three class assemblies, was president of National Forensic League, and held membership in N.H.S. and Key Club. Richard Toy Linda Tupper Steve Turnbow Peggy Tsunelxawa Wendy Turcani Diana Turner Richard Turner John VanBuren Deena Vassallo Paul Vernon Marsha Visger Roger Vallery Rodger VanBuslcirk Daryl Verkerk Lcuanna Vierra Mike Visser 1 127 Sue Williams was a queen finalisf, city planning commissioner in Youth in City Government Day, a member of the Archon staff, and chairman of dec- arufians for all Teen Club Dances. She was publicity chairman for the Senior Ball, and a member of Z, Rally, N.H.S., Press, Ski, and Choreos. Dan Vlaovich Boyd Vomocil Nancy Volpi Trina Voorlmeyer Jerry Voyer Kerry Voyer The ,us rm!! Sieve Wakai Candace Walker Sandy Walters John Warnke Richard Wakeland Nancy Walker Lynn Warddrip Sieve Washburn 128 Bill Waflson Mike Waison l Kelly Weulherly Linda Wells Jean Wesley Sharon Weslon Paula Whilman Chris Weaver Marcia Wells Donna Wesson SUSGTI While Clare Whyie Dale Weeks Randy Wells Mary Wescofi Beckie Whiiman Linda Whyte Phil Wicks Marlene Wiggins Daryl Wihlidal Pam Wiley Kenneth Wilkinson 53: it . Greg Wille Ann Williams John Williams Nancy Wong Stephen Wong Patty Wood Jnm Woodson Kip Wyman George Xanttopoulos Betty Yang Diane Yip Sylvia Yin Janet Young Janet Yankee Scotty Yelland Myra Yip Bob Your g Teresa Young Ron Zacharias Q 6 A new constitution remodeling student government from a "student association" to a "student union" with emphasis on involvement, and individual rights and responsibilities was the successful goal in the administration of Stagg's most controversial Student Union PresidentAGeorge Xanttopoulos. Following the introduction of a proposed constitu- tion that was radically different, his administration delivered a workable document that was acceptable to the faculty without abandoning its -initial basic ideals. Finally, George paced fellow student leaders into one of the most effective and responsible student governments ever to be seen at Stagg. ln addition, George served as sophomore pres- ident, and chairman and director of the iunior os- sembly. Outstanding in debate, he acquired 35 hon- ors in speech competition. He was a member of N.H.S. and a life member of C.S.F. l3l Top Seniors Reflecied Involvemeni .7 X H., e, ,X 'Q wwf ya-"reef b "' ,L if H'-""""'v. """:'---ew., i a ...iv in 2.28 3135511 e K A 2 if Q Tony Morley-Sporis Gayle Hunt-Overall Marg Corliss-A.F.S. Boyd Vomocil-Sports Richard Proto-Overall Pam Kroencke-Overall -W .fem e e,,,..,., rr . . , Wendy Holmes- sw-ummm'-n Kay Peterson 'TF H- Q - we Diane M0ne9Un'OVe'oH Danny Lucchesi-Adiviiies Tom Jenkins-Activities David Groom-Speech ' Qs' Achievement -Activities x1"lrii,iki d Morihc Molina-Sports Nancy Wong-Overall , .fizgkx lit., .. ex -if Q Q gf E Nw ,mf Greg Wille-Overall Kcicha Eley-Publicc-tions Kafhy Demos-Overall Doug Bennet-Sports Jerry Voyer-Aciivitie Don Gall-Achievement Skip Huber-Sports Neil 5mY7he-oVe"UH 5 Chip Godert-Overall Pam Mullet-Speech Valediciorians Won Top Honors Q. I 'F a Richard Herrell Kuihy Demus 4 Pamela Winters HA, A-.Q g fn ,N Murcia Wells Gayle Hunt '.: 'jj -v,,,":e " Barbara Bosch Susan Loffswold 'af '4,k4.'yx.,-,,gp,.'6" f V 'A' ,. 'EV f R' ' Lg xr iris A 1. ' gg. 4 ,. , I 1 Q' 2' aff flu.-f Afkf 1 'yew C. S. F. Fall .if Q .f" -l 'K ' 'SSX ' . will lui? V fr-4 , .,,, M ---W-M r N Front Row: T. Biddick, R. Herrell, C. Gardet, J. Garfalo, R. Moerman, M. Wells, P, Taylor, K. Demas, L. Moore R. Drovdal, M. Molina, S. Bedford, N. Wong, B. Oshidari. Row 2: P. Winter, N. Smyth, D. Groom, B. Scott, R, Prima, K. Matsuo, P. Whitmore, J. Holmes, S. Carr, E. Bevan, W. Holmes, L. Lim, C. Meyer. Row 3: S. Jones, C. Ccaul, N. Lau, K. Peterson, M. Gellet, B. Bosch, P. Emery, S. lolfswolcl, G. Hunt, D. Monegan, M. French, E. Oneto, I. Marr, M. Cczrliss. Back Row: R. Kubota, G. Xanttopoulos, S. Washburn, S. Lew, T. Chow, D. Schamber, C. McAdams, R. Buclcius, G. Wille, R. Hague, A. Shaliean, D. Gall. priing XI . .- Front Row: T. Bidclick, P. Chinn, T. Chow, B. Scott, K. Dent, N. Wongg M. Yip, P. Taylor, L. Moore, B. Oshidari, K. Demos, R, Drovclcll. Row 2: N. Smyth, S. Lew, N. Lau, R. Herrell, G. Hunt, D. Gall, I. Marr, D. Monegcxn, L. Chemas, S. Carr, E. Oneto, K. Motsuo, P. Emery, M. Wells. Back Row: R. Prima, S. Wash- burn, G. Xanttopaulos, M. French, D. Schamber, C. Gordet, C. Barrett, J. Cronic, B. Bosch. S. Lnttswold, P. Whitmore, P. Winter. n ALJMM UV 1 .fb 4 1 1 V ' f ,f 11,1 f1,f xi 1 'A X," fy 1 V l 1 R' U . X114 1 ' lx , 3 ,J 1 1 ' '11 151- 511 , Y I L1-, I. ' K L K X N L '1 1 .xl " ' ' VJJR 2 W X1 1, Lx, 13,1 1 111 Z' ,.f' I 'XE 1 '11 4 L I' '1 . ' ' 1 1 t 1 k X, X 1 X Nb' ' XX X V 11 X 5 U k x 1 I w. 1 1 1 y' :wx kj L ' 'xx x :' x x1j ,N f 1 .1 1. . 1 11 LE 1 L' ,Axx XX NI Nix 1 U N O X-' ' -g Nil .5 ll ,ww 1 1 . , X I . 1, x. X 1' , 'N ! I 1, 1. 1. 1 L K 1 1. R X 1 ,, .1 . , lf if x I1 V, Mx. ' 1: ' I fx I 1 1 U1 ' ' ' f, K, Lx' ,Lk ffbr I N ff' 1" ll if -f' 1? 1: fbi' D" Vfxfx WW 1 W AAL 1 1 L'1fJ?. ,J j XL 1 L 11 Jf1j1U1M 1V01y1 - in , P A W1 LN Nf X Lf1fxA1j.fF!v7f ,CMN C' GJ 1 ,JV JJ 0 fl Xu . X5 11'xqL f9' f" V S121 pl ,V fx Mb Ak MM? MN A O Wj f ,WF 1, U 1 ,JJ SIM Q7 U My u My , fx UYKJJD 9ff? 1Wk CB! XO! if 136 Q 953 I iw 1 Junior Class Officers Cab,,,e, if' f , President Susan Lang Vice-President Greg Bowman '82 X E QQ-'ggi . Secrefary Diane Juice Treasurer Leanne Grabel Debbie Shaw sie I , . 3. - . X.: Q..- Q WWA xx XM: fffyff ffff f fi ffff fl! f WCW" CV fl new an Fred Basley Lisa Caul Susan Greene Eric Long VY 5 3? Mel Abbott Kristine Aloourezk Margaret Acosta Carol Adams Jae Aghassi Trayce Allan Ernest Allen Barbara Alley Paula Alley Corey Anderson Dennis Anderson Jacgueline Anderson Jeffery Anderson John Anderson Joy Anderson Marilyn Anderson Frederick Andrade Denise Angerstein Steve Anton Cecile Arbios Linda Archer Charlotte Armstrong Dean Atherton Judy Austreng Manuel Avila Kathy Bacon Marilyn Bacon Rick Bailey Stanley Bailey Allan Baker Bruce Baker Debbie Baker Donna Baker Susan Baker Steven Bolsley Rosemarie Bandoni Ronald Banning Ralph Banvelas Marvin Bargagliotti Rendu Barnett Russell Barnett Sharon Barnhart Jackie Barrow Mary Baskett Tom Baskin Lauri Basso Patty Beordsley Karen Beck Jon Beckler Shari Bedford Cindy Bedinger Ron Beebe Lowell Beghtel Nick Belasco Peter Bellato David Bernard 138 1 -if 1 3... fl o ft s . 'G , i... Q I M as ' N. . Vigil W -T b he ,Z , K1 -QA is ' B Zig ' 1' fi f if I S have J v J 1 Q ' , W sy ,gy ltepl ll I lit s " . ,ss iti Q rw . it '53 Q - -, l ll ,Q ' " -:Egg A X B , iff ij ' . - 4, 1 f A - so A L 5' - R f -wil ' ls: 1 I fi 1 kxxi Z! f- ' Q f . ' A . " 'img' Q .. in , . lgsxx in i aa: , so ,L ' A - ..f ' . ' x 2. W V ef nfl: A ' ' . 4.511 ll y ' ' . .:G' ,Mi - ' Q 7-if X K s ,X mu 2 J' 7, if U . w Lf g ggi eq gi f X X -'pf f' :'-J -Q, P ' ,Z ,Q J l . -'F l ill 55 355, ,? Q SSH i,f1""'l9' N. 2-if K, 'Q K is --. . is 9' X ff N Q ess- x x A 1: 215 N x Mn- F, Us Neg X a S . 1 f iff, Juniors 2 2- V if x I A I A K 1 is s J . -f s if ' 1 l 1 ' ,- l B y , W 'se ' 1, ' .lg l I , . l . W , ' E , v , Q. , 2 5 l in .st . .":.."! l B .., . ' ,L in.. I 9 5, . ri i . .rw V' ' k or f 'vb ' ' 1 , A y X ,Vo ,J pg: s l ' 'B H' is - , f f sms? as ' it B 5353 -if-s W . i li . E im if.. 5 VVXQTBQ K if X X 4 'sv ' 4 xg- AME , 5-Wh , yu.. 1 ,, 32 -r-u Q' v fx r xxx l v 4 Sw .sm c 3 Didi Bevan John Bhend Mike Bingham Dave Bird Steve Bird Greg Bishop Scott Bishop Steve Biskeborn Krisiine Biorklund Nancy Black Sherry Black Debbie Blakley Janis Blinn Linda Block Gary Bloom Sieve Bohnak Margie Bond Barbara Bonner Judi Bookwalter Steve Booze Fred Bosley Ed Boswell Fred Bosworth Betsy Bowe Cozette Bower Mike Bowerman Greg Bowman Jim Bradshaw Kris Bratthauer Yclande Brazile Jim Brewer Tim Brewer Chuck Bridewell, Brenda Brintnall Sue Brockman Kathy Brockway Dola Broderick Karen Brain Merlene Brooks Robert Brothers Linda Brower Bruce Brown Sandy Bruce David Brumbaugh Dona Bryant' Frank Bucliselich John Burke Kathy Burns Laura Butcher Becky Buth Steve Butts Pat Callahan Leland Callapy Mick Cammack Glenn Compora Delia Canez 139 Joanne Caramiho Caryle Corey Sherly Carey Ermand Carlos Bill Carlisle Jodi Carlson Mike Carr Jock Cosenove Jane1Casenave Tom Casey Rick Castillo Lisa Caul Vicki Caul Allan Chan JoAnne Chan . Debbie Chandler Keri Chapin Kathy Cheeihan Larry Chewning Kay Childers Jane Chimiklis Gail Chin Marilyn Chisholm Kathy Chrisiensen Phillip Chun Carl Clark Gene Clark Travis Clemeni' Chuck Coburn Lester Coe Raneile Coleman Mary Collier Sue Collier Denise Collinsworth Brian Comaskey Janer Combs Mary Combs Joyce Commons Clark Canard Doroihy Cooley Mary Coomes John Cooney Charles Copeland Katy Corbin Palfi Cordova Carol Corkins Ann Coset Sharon Casio Mark Covello Curr Covey Roberf Cox Claudia Coy Kathy Cozad Mike Crawford Vickie Cress Ruth Crimmings 140 r. --N-sewn , . f ' f"" " " ' Cf' 4.4 M i s -M A , L , . X 3: ,av .SSSICQL ,sv r is -K. V N l X X X J N Q A -45 "J N S 553 3 iff' 5 s3" s"? i f 1 ' A A 5 All J A if T' -f , 3 A T ' lr fC ' T ? Cf F- Q . H ,C ' ' A as C' ie li .C ' ' If CC g r . Q - ' 'R K C V gn' N C ' 'C C : C " ' - NC C . ' ,DLX -fx A .C kv C, Q A ' 'X , .1 C, Cf " C f , .C NX rj 1 ' - rsrs "r 'S an-rr. ifv' A145 R C X """' , f ' C I ls sr 3,35 J ' C 4 ""'2i . . . 4 f C ' M' r 'lv 3 .C .M . Q ,-so v- xr N t .4 o f C C .' 'C K A P 'C K v- 44 x " , ,-. N C N , ANI X , wC J f X 4... , . I X C ways, i 6, K P. , 4 " -ug ' My Q 5 -N Q six' xi L xx v , C' 'sf .4 V sl H x , I F s-- - A Q 4, C -X Qs-N s Cs -- y X 2' f ',.. 1:-' gm ' I' Yff x H N' C C C, W ' C K C .. ' 5 f x I 1 A - Jug K wg? - .V-.C Q A., C C, M ,gh -. .. W' J C, f 3, C X .s?,.'3'sr- r i Cf hiv" CC 'W ' CJ " .-. 54" K: C A ,Q ,fi M N C 6 Q 5 C y s 1 C I ,Jr 5 J A C. C Q 1 . 5 as C. . 59, N 5 ' ff J, 'CC if 1. D li A K: SK, I - :C K 'tl 953555, J J J l i 1 ,E " "?93S1' s- - J X " W K -Cf' z,...f' win C .Chnl 'A ,CCQCCC i..CA3r.w A ' lex 'sa' "A 'f 5 ' 4- f- l "' 4' X si ' . - Q jr ,r .C . X -. - .. ,A M 'si-L 'y J W P s 3 W' .I C- N QC, C . C C514-f x N f C C, " X .S 4 fbi fl l ff l' J J fx ' X Wwe - C -1 K Rf' - M it .-33.5 '- 5 X .1 u W J A f C,-l L -' l i' A e.".33': 3"'::' 1 N iieimii: ' if-far Q J s ' ,U -1 , wewsf. A ,, . Q X x A g k, . MK? F ,LX ' K fv Q5 A 'mr s ' . B i f . ' ii ,Q , y el , Vh ix ? , ' Aan 1 1 f A 3 f i X Q gust... Nl 'Q - N ,N X1 Q -E www W All 1 R , ..,x 'I X Ai ,qx Q-5 J X R- X., X at ei ' S6905 'X N -3... N fi i., F 5 ,A I W' in x Y? 8 V .f r 'Q' '4- Y 3' J I N, ,. K X N OW qs if K fi QQLL Q 'Q1324 - , U N w u . . A, X' Q "' ' D Sf wi.: 2-sag . Q f 'kr x . Y he r -4f...: ' A, '?" fs ,., ., s 1 V, 5, ii fe: It :fig F, . vga Y f i t' is' 'H'-Q. 1. 1 ,sgszb V. C i.-it M- A mths: , g selmils, A si eg e Q-Qi f F si ii ' -I ' gb P Juniors ff, wrt -ue , ,,ux"'A fr " z. N x 'A ,Q :UA ' -- K .Q f'-5. 'N ,A .-' 'N Y Ni .. ' 3 emi sshd: -.., is FQ...-fl.. . F s i-f d, f .Q as 1 P Ev "lf A 1 1 i X 5 as My F2 4- M is " .if i " Wir' Q..-...f xxx We 5 'ii Sandy Cunningham Forrest Cureton Rick Cuthbert Nancy Dahl Ron Daniels Diane Darrah Daryhl Habel Bill Daseler Debbie DaValle Delwanda Davenport Lance Davidson Bill Davis Karyl Davis Dave Davis Jeannie Davis Karl Davis Tom Davis Sally Deerink Doreen Deleon Denise Delia Kathy Denhart Howard Dentone Rick DeRose Larry Deucher Al Dickey Kathy Dietrich Donna Dillon Kelly Doll Bart Dolmon Doris Dominguez Ann Donaldson David Dooley Edward DosReis Debbi Dover Bill Dowling John Drake Marcia Dubose Marlene Duncan Richard Dunlap Abbie Dunn Donna Dutemple Chris Dutschke Linda Eastvolcl Gloria Eatmon Debbie Elkins Terry Elledge Tino Enebrad Karen Eproson Theresa Equinoa Debby Erz Bob Estrada Mike Evans Diana Everett Joyann Fogler Jeff Fallon laurel Fargo 141 Judy Farley Sandra Farley Bob Farrier Jane Fastiggi Neal Feaver Kathy Ferguson Rick Fernandez Venancia Fidel Eugene Fideldy Dennis Fields David Figone Frances Fimpel Jim Finchen Suzanne Finney Dana Fisher Steve Fisher Barbara Flbres Kent Flaro Dan Foley Linda Fonseca Mike Ford Debby Formby Bobbi Formosa Carol Fornaciari Patti Forschler Garry Farsell Chris Forster Jerri Foster Greg Fax Linda Fradkin Pat Freedle Gail Freeman Kathy French Susie Friddle John Friend Gary Frush Allan Fukuyama Ann Furfaro Shirley Gainer David Gainza Ken Galletti Diane Gamina Bill Garcia Darlene Garcia Shirley Garcia Tony Garcia Liz Garden Richard Gardner Ron Garibaldi Alan Garofalo Nan Gauthier France George Gaylord Gerlitz Frances Geske Vicki Ghiorso Larry Giacovoni 142 ,, ' 'vw .. 1 H . XX F a x-,ww w iiil - I , -Q 5 U . .. ' f " ' L s M ' t 4 fx I Y J a " an ' , , ' .s . ' X ' Q' ' V X -ic! X h -ssl , -fr-, x . ,,.. , F 1 a,.t'i. 1 'V ii'ii fi' 3' .Y .f 4 ' i x T, ..,. X f' ,tg 9. Q , A . - R 4 , i5 ..J'5 . , LW: .i il Y V .. ,.1 ii . J' ii Q A .. ,, 5 -as i kgs i ' G 'F kk my K' lf i s X s D+ Mit E N ! V . I wr ' 'li . x L 'f . ' Q A lf' ,lf X ' .s 5 4 :Qi y Q A M P Q L i x l ., Q - X ,fv,3"2,i Q.,? ,S n ai .W 'm frhgyg I N, N . a WWI' X a IJ N M G , ,al . hi G t S . .XR 5 1 ' L. H ga I i 3' A Q I Alf' 4 Q "". All lt? A vase ,,,, , way, N Q 1 is -. . A ' me Q, . - if , r, .Q , ffl? J 2 W l" 100 A 3, A 'Q 'semi lui my a 'ir a j' Q 'ti ..,,-Q. x i R Wi as "5 ze, -.B-J ' ..xkWc sk .,,,s .QQ mf 'fl my V is sement? ,, , rf- xv: -Q , ' if 'f 1. . 3 , :Swim .4 TECII 1 . ' . e I' X ,xxx W K N + , . . . ,Ks it G ,. . D .. , 1 Q N H ip , ,.,t i :rt n s, ,wtf Q' ' A 1 X919 1 A el' El K Q. ',4 +. .1 .4 4 v- 43.5 . j I 1:8 .ll-.:1,g:. New X r .R -A Y x ,J X li ' N0'?XYb F 4 ' 5 Z x"' 1' v , ,, Q . zffr vfi- ' 1 ? .' gg M f v w av I '- Q 45. f' Qi 1 . a, haxb r 5 . ss , X 5-,' l X 3 , ,A Q xg a X e x .. El 1 as s , :N 4 X 'Y f i. ' 3 Z X 'S ' , 1 4: :eff A E x. I ',.N . l f S 'J K . X " QM A.. N ..x,x f' . , gg- '7,ji.. w41f ':', vain: 5 1 s . rr we WS.. , Wifi? I :E 1 J' Q? r, - A fl LN me , Q .K . r S . J X V rf , X . Q f' 'Q , I 5 X Hays. 1 Ed Gianelli Sally Gibson Fred Gilbert Susie Gilder Ron Gilkey Mark Gillaspy James Gillis Alvin Ginbey John Ginn John Giorgi Tom Glover Kathy Gobbi Steven Goen Linda Gokey James Gonzalez Darlene Gosself Nanci Gofelli John Gowen Leanne Grabel Linda Grable Edna Grasshorn Charlane Graves Tim Greaves Jonafhan Green Lori Green Susan Green Debbie Greenbank Patty Gremillion Diana Griffin David Grillo Robert Grimes Clyde Grimm Harold Grinslead Dale Grismore Peggy Gromm Deborah Grommet! Mike Guiliano Glenn Gulley Celia Gunferf Daryhl Habel Fran Halligan Pal Halverson Gary Hamblin Chris Hammer Bob Hompion Terri Hannay Kathy Hansen Steve Hansen Alice Hardy Ed Harmon Harold Harris Pal' Harris Steve Harris Bill Harrison Ginger Harrison Joan Harrison 143 Terry Hartman Marcia Hatler Lee Hawkins Ron Hauck Mike Hayes Tony Heacock Rick Healy Carl Hebert Cathy Heiser Mary Hemsath Roger Hench Janet Hendren Ray Hendren Linda Henley Karen Herrington Dennis Herron Nancy Herzog Earlene Hickman Mike Hicks Bruce Hill Lue Hill Mike Hill Russell Hobbs John Holcomb Ben Holeman Jim Hoopes Ludonna Hoover Nancy Hoppe Ross Hopper Susan Hopper Cheryl Hose Jim Howard John Howland Steve Huber Sandy Hudock Steve Huff Robert Hughes Holli Hull Dean Hunt Debbie Hyman Diane lnamasu Donn Inglis Nick Isaak Carla Jackson Karen Jackson Barry Jager Paul Jarvis Ken Jenkins Lorraine Jenkins liz Jimenez Wanda Joaquin Debbie Johnson Don Johnson Jim Johnson Mike Johnson Patti Johnson 144 i K .S ' E- ! K : y 5 43' n --. f'-. I s., Qi 1 's oi l iv rf ,ff 'qw f , . xv ,E es", Y el -IQ: 'H ski. . - of ' 2 1 J' ,Q-ee.. Q ,., ,W x , 91 rg gg ,X if - A., eygo, X X , . of ,S YU W' 5 if 'J X ' 9. . gif A ,K sv x Q Q 5 Q 'ff H , ,,. as as D, o - - . ' " ' - A o , o so 7'ff ?' Q fy, 'f fl , gi W , 9 E v ' . ii . ' ' N 1 9 N I 5 'Y Q fffi of --1 U f., ' ,i 'S QM Q ' , J ' - I o r .fe -si. N 'I ' me sagif. xg, W 1, ' wifi? . ., g' ' av. ' 9 3, 'ix l A x A i.,,,. f: L , Q " ' ' .. f 1 f- ,na-Jinx. X SNP' ivy 'xx ' ' it fqfw , :.- , , S x 1 ' - In K - 4 J is 'fgf ' J ' W . g ,ix Wyse'-"-r. bw ..., ,ig 1 Q ,., F5 Q ,ima-.s. Xi. . 1 J, . - , 5 f ' 1- C is sg ' J A ,. J i F J x ox, to ,. K , x. i Y S' .-fgiihil' ,l Www' ' f r 1- .. B T'-1 ---e : as , T K. 1' if .V "if ' Q.. . - , sf is-Q ' 5. Q, 3 5 EW. .1--s - .ff r , 1 ., sa, V 'fsgzii' 5 ,1 , ll, 5 J s 3 A , 'i ll QITY7 5 1 ' .l as s , '21 . 1 if ' I , 4 2 W ?2Y',SE!?9Sif1i':nr1E32?!!:"ii"'1,.. 5552" A' ' ' - o ' o P5 X Q .Q ,E 1 fi' XSL' ' X he V LM' J M o Qi., A J ' N -.. L ' 'N , o sv D 1 f K K Q ik! . ,:.. X Juniors s , i - . M . 1 L ei r , fig if ev, xi NNW K 0 Q? I . ix . highs . ww ,ei ' Wi - - K: :gr is x v wav K Q t 4 ' . ., ' 'Q-it ,, L" X xl t .I f.. Q .1, ,,,,, e ' in . i if QWD' I ' ,, i ' ii-: Ygmf' . - . - 5 i , ' 1' g ui 13? N fi L M 5, R, ., 1: ' L I 'QIITTS 1 ' . A K Q 'L 1- x aff f-gi 'Y . i 'QR L B - B .V X Q ' 4 i f1Sf f" -X ,, N, all 1 , Y 1 -'W - .sw fx in x Q ,s i R T ' N fix LM Q, Q J BY V at k L' 'Tiny' Q X . Q i K e i 1 xi 'Q i ir we-ex ii '::- s W ' ' ii . ' we 5 , , we K ,: J' 5.5 , t , by .L Q4 1 'X X 5 x L so ,JK ,A . 'X M6 J, .l N in f L iff: L.-B.. -1 Q N? x .' ' s X g f W f fi .1 N ' 0 5 D 'N ,X A -ex .Xi- , 9-Exp - S+' I Y 'X L 'X 'if ' L Yr.: ' . a s Q ' srixvf' if Q new 'kv -gu- - A FQ ' ox W Sean Johnson Gale Johnsion Diane Joice Bob Jones Mike Jones Penni Jones Rick Jones Steve Jones Pearl Jorgensen Bob Juencke Mabel Jung Joe Jurado Sfephonie Juli Dennis Kaiser Robyn Kaplan Debbie Kales Gloria Kee Lindo Keele Sally Kei Corinne Kelly Debby Kelly Kevin Kelly Lonnie Kelley Dennis Kenyon Janis Keyser Donna Kiefer Debi Kilpatrick Jerald Kim Gene Kimmel George King Sieve King Kathy Kirsten Hans Kissmon Dano Kieldsen Tom Klein .lon Klevan Bob Klinger Bob Knudsen Alice Komure Donald Konrad Pam Konfos Darlene Krey Dennis Kroh Debbie Kunderi Paul Lo Berge Palla Lacer Frank Lagomarsino Marsha Lamb Jack Lambert David Lamberli Debbie Lane Susan Lang Greg Lunsford Bruce LaRose Tom Laughridge John Laverone 145 Donna Lawson J V Paul Leary I ' 5.2 . Cliff Lee ,f - , Don Lee Gail Lee Jack Lee Calvin Lee ' 1,1 .ZA 1 1, Y' 3' . 45, .P Q. 5 We 5 , el w f vs-5 'X 3-va. 6 1' . I . xx ,LY . K v 53.413 1 .,f ex 4 X 4 Q ,Q F ti 1 Janice Lee June Lee Janice Lema Mervin Lenhart . -' ' Sieve Lenzi Ron Leong Qi' L 4 . fp .., , . ee If CL A Qi 1 Richard Lee . l v fl . fn, ., ...we fw'f-lx' 'x X" QF., Susan Leow 1 Terri Lellow Tom Levy Dave Lewis Q Dennis Lewis Jeannie Lim Judy Lim fi M x ,4- X 1 Amelia Limas Conni Lindsey Pai Lindsey Allen Liskewicz Jack liltle Ellen Locker Wayne Lockmiller A 1 Nancy Laesch Vicfor loh Kalhe Lonero Charlotte Long Eric Long Eloy Lores Camilla Lofhrop Wallace Louie ' V: Willard Low - -. . Tom Lowe Deanna Lowell Kathy Lowrey -V , Frank Lozano Marlene Lozier L s 5, Ron Lubin Liz Lucaccini Marii Lucas 'J Jim Lucoi Jack Luke -x ' Linda Luke .J -Q N' - xqrx Anifa Lum K an j Bill Lund John Lund Rory Lynch , Chiara Macciardi - - 5 Marlin MacKinnon N Charles Maduena Paul Maduena f K f fe-.na - Q-MM . ,,, nge" ,A ,L . n .nu V, C gt? , ,M in K Q' . . S Q e-f wif ' -" ff, .,- ,, -' - -' Q Q A x ax I , A 4- , ,W , Q, -u Q ,X X 3. T fl - e ew , I I S 5- ev M A, l46 J' . x f , , W ,,. gr - 5,552-Q' 4 A s K YQ' cp.. x wr W 4 X ug N . me X, 5 any L K :I x X hw 'Ds-. A Q ff X ,f 'ff L K ll :ff - l of . , vs .-.... .ang QS X ,. N ' ' wil. . f r 7 g Q 'N 'f 4 , fig? MDF ,S . 5 , F ,X . .. i. :X 'girl 3 4- ,f 5 an k e -, Q + ,nw L .fs W 'X X Q In he xiii 4 xg" J' Q my f ...r 3 N . 1 1 lr v L. N y 1 5 , ., -'gt h I., 3 4 ,J N 1- ., f , Fw " !w??:' ' A '- - Juniors 1 . " .rf . V .. ,rfmmfgmggor , K Q I t :Silk J CK : J V 9 E r MTF! 1 Q . i 'F M- -3"".', 'x ,f""' 7' ., m W in CWM -A W ax . l K - X L f i J s- me A -L N A H 'K ' 1. , f "xi ' e"- J - -. 4... x .fi F0 fb , 'kip .95 .--f . " IT' Q . wr' . fd, rigs" f 5 N If ' ty! ' f ' .i Q v"a Mt- r ' ,S Y be fa ' 'V ' . .-- it 0. r,-0 1 ' sw H ' .' ' B. . 1, , N X ' Q is '. b 4 A -ff , , fr 1, f' 'df N. ig 9' 4 . ' n J M J J 1 N 'W A A " -we X f " N, ' in A if f3?15'f,g?f', Aqx .x A f -' 3' X sf - 3' -J, 1 , Y S .1 Y , Q if--f Q ' ,,,,, ' '- X ,xo 'PZQ ' is .Q - , J A E, ,""": 'ir 'ss W r X ' ' J .Q -4 , . . , pr, FN I N, . wx 5 Q K Q Q W ,. L C. f C w- . Y' ' , 1 X .ef N ' ' in f C , gr , J '1 ' '1 Q ' 5 l ' . Q- ' 5 ' 5 3 is N i M f if .1 If A ' : ' i r -'x-N-'53 K , af. N K A ,,,R,,4,, ,---' 'V V pn- Q K-' as Q x ,J :.'T' ' A-1 Q x f ' J' T, 'lv MA- f ,. N 5 1. 1 -we off? K ' 2-.N - 1-in Sally Mah Rick Mallett Debbie Malone Cathy Mann Delfbie Mann James Mann Melissa Mannie Laurie Manuel Gary Mark Chris Markel Emily Marks Chris Marquez Beverly Martin Cindy Martin Greg Martin .loan Martin Alex Martine Carol Martinez Michael Martinez Jerry Mason Richard Mason Theresa Mata Cheryl Mathews Marilyn Mathews Tim Mayo Tom Mayo Hugh McAdams Doug McCauley Mike McCauley Francine McClure Margo McCrary Colleen McCrimmon Dan McDaniel Patsy McElory Steve McFarlin Stewart McGaw Jim McGowan John Mclntosh Alfred Mclnturf Janet McKeegan Kathy McNally Pat Medel Fred Meder Rosalie Mehan Cathy Meier Putty Mendel Ed Mendoza Larry Mendoza Steve Mendoza Randy Menssner Anita Meraz Pat Meraz Delphine Merrihew Lindsay Merrill Phil Mertzweiller Ruth Merwin l47 Pat Messner Debbie Meyer Mary Michael Gordon Midwin Pat Milano Jane Miller Tom Mills Kathy Milion Don Miniarez Elizabefh Miichell Mariha Miftlestead linda Molaley Steve Monk Roberi Monianez Sally Moody Pat Moore Fred Moreno Terry Morgan Laura Morris Randy Morris Rea Morris Frank Moscaio Debbie Most Judy Mowai Bruce Moyle Janice Moyle Dan Munoz Duane Musfeli' Jim Nadohi Sieve Nagala Garold Neely Ginny Neilzel Janet Nessler Jo Ann Newion Allen Nichley Cindy Nicholas Gene Nilmeyer Carol Northway Linda Novak Ben Nozuka Jim Nyberg Jim Nylen Jim Obenshain Kathleen Obrien Maureen Obrien Janice O'Connor Stephanie O'Connor Roxanne Okerman Nick Olvera Sherry O'Neal Ron Orazca Susan Pace Palfi Padilla Mel Panizza Donna Parker Renifa Parker 148 I 3.0 4' -i W w n , ...u .4 i X. 5 Q J is J 1 ,AIN J J I .. .4 4 ei' . J ,. A Q If N' . 'tr 1 -w Q. n,bs.i " K N-w-w . ' A 'X . Lf- fy - . a l i 'N W'-, G .fp X we T N. 5' ' Q xx . sm, QA K N.. l x in X. K. A E , , MTF -. es i " ss v N r ii' : ,.S1 i We 'S E kg? J "v i 'X J? -wwf' 5 M X i f or W K .uw . 3 r J 'Y NN. . y A - N 5 - Y- M-:I . ' , FSM Y 4 S? 5' 3 f , mf 9 u S .S ff' is :fa .2 ,Mm 3 we y 1? K" 1 3-no Lg J "'ii 527, .M 2' Q - J f J' 'X .ci wg ' "" ffffjfjj-g1:r'g?j?2f3 P J K 1 3 . A I - . J 3 Que' S ' ease , ., X, - 6. J J C ., J' I eif3,ig?',2, X m y N .f X: Q rm 3 .f K . K 'V- '. 'Y b . 1 ' 5 1 K QR? - as N -- Y JN in Q '- A . it 6 .A GT: 'z ef- G J ere- I' s .ir c Q1 N i f -rses - -Q -Q, - o J :Ax 'J it 'N J J Qc J ,M -. . . Xi Ii . J is XX-1 I I1 f J f -553 J ' ,, .fm -YK wg , vi f .- . ""' ini J 'J - ..,., ,. fs f Juniors -Q: L s ' 30... f L 'i , v , Q R if lie l in we S it QP . .- .sit v ,' e X . if -. ,Q ' in we W , at ., e R, K . .es , ..s- ,g L, Q J. ., sf' s ..-.... , sc V . X S W, t wx t X ii -. , s x QP any I L I v Sb. s-t , a - Q . S fi, ' , Q E 5 if 5 r . s. 1 S I L f ,f L " . i x 1 i - "V SX . 3, -N - 5 ,, W Q, .-.- Q 1, ffl N Lt X U - my "F, 'v ,. f may ,""ws..s - -' f P K ,M . J K A ' we e " Q ,XM ' .A , 6- . an L 4 L, Z R - A 4 :gi . v . xx .. kkkx x i s X. . . 4. ii'ifi" 1, V are , X - e fs Q we ,Q ix .. j" ' 4- vf .1 vin 5 .IS S 'i k ,Slip t 62 ,1 H 'W as 1 - . be .1 .1 swf. Q X X MX, 5 5 ., mga W W N .1 ,, L.: , i' 3:3 5 5, E 3 cf si L H Q X 5 ee V' s, in Q' 3 K S E-A 5 w 3-.2 I 1 as A 'Q XNNPQP7 --x .,,.' I' X X his K N .sk iv , . ., r 4. It '15, e L, L , . , L0 W H .. .-f , - , so P f P ", W ? if if 'ki S , , -4 i K ' Q -S-'W Q, . L U . ' V ' K ' it . , ltr' P X 1 W' 'n p N f . ni' gi ' s 5 A in 'ifsf 5 - A . t l C7 Wayne Parker Rick Parks Diana Parsons Janelle Posseggi Eric Patt Pamela Paulo Janice Paxson Dove Pechan Angela Pedrini Joclyn Perez Benito Perkins William Perkins Lindo Perani Natalie Pesetti Henry Petersen Kathy Petersen Robert Peterson Barbara Pezzi Rhonda Phillips Randy Pippi Curtis Pittman Connie Popovich Denise Powell Dennis Powell Jini Powell Candi Pratt Mike Prentiss Janice Price Eileen Priest Louis Purio Pat Putman Suzanne Qualls Art Quan Kathy Quartero Vickie Queirolo Bonnie Rabin Patricia Rambo John Ramirez Susan Ramsgaard Linda Randolph Randy Randolph David Rangga Steve Rathsen Warren Ratto Ann Roymand Becky Rea Judy Redclick Lynn Reeder Lindo Reid Laurie Reinkin Janice Reiswig Laurie Renner Karen Rena Linda Retherford Sandy Rey . John Reynoso 149 Kathy Richichi Valori Richie Ken Rliey Coren Rivara Janet Rivera Alan Roberts Debra Roberts Claudia Robertson Debra Robertson Dennis Robinson Laurie Robinson Mark Robles Lillian Rocha Lois Rock Don Rode Dave Rogers Don Rogers Tam Rogers Manuel Romero Dana Rong James Roper Lynda Rose Marla Rose Glenn Rasenkilde Diana Rosin Kahty Rosin Robert Ross Robin Rushing Jeff Russell Bev Rutherford Rebecca Sakai Judy Salisbury Suzette Salmon Randi Samuels Ken SanAgustin Mark Sanchez Cheryl Sanders Jim Sanders Ramona Sapata Chuck Sapien Mary Sawyer Sandi Sawyer Tawanna Sawyer Leslie Scelzi Jan Schaafsma Kinda Schachten Neil Schaffer Brian Schleicher Mark Schmid Bill Schmidt Mike Schmidt William Schmidt Colleen Schneider Steve Schuetz Cathi Schuler Linda Schwoerer 150 if " . ' . H i I . 3. 9 ' , fs? R S x ,A x ,, K ' L " for ' ff me 1 S K-is, R - fi ,. .ffx - e . in .J 7. - A X Q sn? ii S 5,2 L ' Q . A fe V gift. 9' Q F' G. 1- R 1- if -R Q Q ., - l P 'L f " ' Alf 1 , ,uf in . W J . 5 by ' Z qs R . , . WF Q ' xx 5 3 ' ., .' K l .E-5 , 'xl 1,3 Na W' fa g 0, an, X .-s I 5 , .G.r i at 4149! -. t ev- S am ,N K f LQ Q me as R R 'rf , 1 F A I x K X.-3 k . r A bv, .R ,, if rw- , I 1 he r x ' P' 'R' X iw I K 'S ,- ei il, 1x5 I K of J Q , i il ' YR ,., ' ,gin ' 1 'Sir' " JV' . 9.1 ' ' W gferg? 5 .0 sf , J x - rv 5. i 'ls- 4' Ne Nr ,iw X SQ.-EN t X . 'Q Q 4 In Q X Q. 3 X . an 7 , X N QQ, M .sw re ,N ...X 555 'NS AAAKVN , . , 'll 5 Q Q ' ...,,.iNA16' is S .5 . it 3 sim . 'N x sf 'E -W f 6 X jj ..- UK' , ,,,. . v -1.25 M Q x 31 . s KQV f . it F Juniors Q ii' se? ,QA R, wr .3 X p. , i Kg- fs fi-3 .qwe , ,fm ff ' 2. " l . s -Q - Q .1 Q. , t if . T55 .5559 '-M g. X. 4 N 4b. i s ans' 1 ,if X Q -IAA: 'nlsg 1-1 9-W... x ii W' . x , g H "' E 9. -: Q V X NN ,, , A . 'A . Y v 1. an 5 Q' ' ' Tl 13 y .1 ' ,K 1 sg.. .s w ' 'E lg Ei 5 - ,5 J . X .. ffl . Q K ,. -S -X r V " 35 Q -'s if W 5 t V 4 ... yy .- .V x X Q . A 'X ' Llfis fi.. ex . 98 e Q X x X W f " . " -W ' X w fe? ' K ' "N".WI ...M -si x A J. ' V i . 'i K s i' A 5, : . . . - s' . my 6 1' U' X v X I 4 -4. ' we X If S x , X X as ' .Q X s S ' ,, x Q - X X , qw-m -2 ' Q1 " N -X' J, ' F- 2 is' . .Y f ff . , Y ' - "fs ,, N " x X' -mi . . ' S ,, ,. ,g g, ,. . to XV- . M . ' Z - Q ' s X ' c X. :sag ,Q seg iQ .uw EV N itff Q Ss, JZ' ' ' 'F "2-"1 X o f Vw iii-1. , SSS, X ls S S 'sense' ' ' L 0 .L ' 5: X .- ,.. Y - x 5, 5. x: V 5 . 0 U' f , , .1 "jg s Q 5 X M. . six . ' 1 5 ,, N . Q.. gf s . A v 5 RT .Q A vt'-avg!! 5 . ' ,t ,sf f X XX . S " s :Q X A . ' 1 'f l 4' V. a"".' K 6 a. ,S 1'-s X Q y 5 i A Q 5- A : Q jNwsw,,,Msj f1:g, , t,,,i A . : 5 ,f T - " .' I ss "W' " ' I X . ' , ,um . s 3 ' 1 ' X - X -Q 'Y "ii 5 'Viet N. X--X , -L .: 'er I ' 3 , ' 1 -r N N .L .. . if I ...sh L l Fred Scott Bill Scott Rick Seifert Nicholas Self Jerry Senderov Richard Sepulveda Debby Shaw Jackie Shaw Jim Shaw Joan Sheldon Sheila Sheppard, David Sheuerman Doug Shields George Shima Larry Shocknesse Kathy Shriver Phil Siders Robert Siess Barbara Silva Pat Silver Maryann Simoncic Glenn Skaggs Christine Skriver Randal Slater Jim Smalling Bill Smith Bobby Smith Cindy Smith .lean Smith Jeff Smith John Smith Julie Smith Linda Smith Steve Smith Stuart Smith Susan Smith Linda Sneed Kathy Snell Barbara Snyder Steve Snyder Brad Sousa David Southard Marsha Spencer Jim Spinlc Karla Stahl Jon Stalnaker Pat Starnes Larry Stearns Patty Stephens Rhonda Stephenson Jon Stevens Debbie Stoker Theresa Stokes Marilyn Stone Pom Storer Richard Strobel 151 Richard Stroud Janet Stroud Terry Sullivan Andy Sumahit Susan Surplus Ed Surritt Carolyn Sutton Bill Swicker Jackie Taber Steven Takemoto Steve Takeshita Connie Takeuchi Marna Tamplin Tim Tanaka Mike Tarbat Bob Taylor Cathy Taylor Diana Taylor Frank Taylor Robert Taylor Scott Taylor Janet Temple Teri Tercera Melany Tessier Dennis Thomas Tom Thomas John Thomason Terri Thompson Brian Thompson Bruce Thompson David Thompson Sue Thompson Tom Thornton Allen Tidball Sharon Tidemann Gary Tillotson Kathy Titgen Greg Tomek Dick Tomoda Justin Toney Dennis Tonium Margaret Topping Camille Totten Bill Tout Daniel Toy Dake Traphagen Mike Traverso Dixie Tretheway Tim Truex Bill Trunnell John Tucker Lynn Tucker Violet Tunsen Juliet Tupper Ann Turner Bill Turner 152 QM! me 1 X ,cf-Q .,X x .-., 'T Q Q t q 1. 2. 5 ,lm gg , '1 K J . f . -,fun-' mf Qt f V Q rg ,vf'- ,gn Q .. S . 'A H .Q "TQ-X 'M ."".: P A Q 'AQ 71 f s K vii' , R - , C ' ' . J .,, . N 1 4, .. J 3 ,efxiw , N '-.-'."... ' s f f This ' . ' T ye . is f V 'N H 7 .1t'X ..5' 'f NG? F J f" ' - -- Y- 1 633 T, ' ? its v is: ' 1 .f Y Q 5 T 'il" .. Q' 1 M , . , -.1 l -D A , Q ,sb B l. P E :Blu I . Q f b X. . l is -Q -L H Q A . 5 5 N g g' ,,,,X or Q Q' if 1535.6 f 2' ' ' B g as gg '- 345 , "Q i , ' . Q F A Q .. to K, is , . .34 , Q , , H . t K x K xx A 3 1 i 'Q . 5 t vw, fu, , . in if e.e, at Y. ,f 'H- , gf- ! :Jr V , - ' Wi U," g 1 l D ' Y ' 'if I , E , 5 l: 1 LMS Q1 . - ns, X w, . NX ,. J: 3 we- 'W - . N' Z. X. J., fr ' ji . - , , i 1 J K.. ge X .X - ' c Q-jx. , L 552 lx in l " us fi S X i .4 .X ' i a RN A: 7-sv '2 we no J x - -ke .I x ve X s. + XM ,. Q Juniors 1:14, Q ' f ta .:: s 'Sgt gy Nt 'Weil Lynne Turner Mike Turlurici Carolyn Tuso Mike Tzikas John Van Buren Gordon Van Camp Gerard Vancil Tom Van Dyke Dave Van Matre Leslie Vannucci Kolhy Vassallo Greg Veaich Anlhony Vernengo Pai Vignolo Steve Vinzant Paul Vizcarra Leslie Vraman Ronnie Wade Jorgen Wadkins Gail Waggon Linda Wagner Linda Walker Susan Walker ,Jim Wallace Mark Wallace Richard Wallis Anila Walsh Jane! Walters Howard Wanner Martha Warren David Warthan Greg Warthan Barry Wasserman Darrell Watson Rayetra Watson Bonnie Weaver Shelley Weaver Jim Weber John Weeks Wayne Weilburg Greg Weinstein Don Welch Carol Anne Welechenko Rhonda Wells Judy Wenlz Jeff Werner Jeri West Liz Westcott John White Joe Whiimore Dave Wichman Larry Wigley Chuck Wilcox Cindy Wilcox Don Wilkey Ron Willox 153 Evan Wilson Patti Wilson Sara Wilson Steve Wilson Vickie Wimberly Doreen Winning Gary Wise Paula Woelfel Larry Wolf Gene Wong Jeanne Woodbury Lyle Woods Steve Woodson RuthAnn Woodward Stuart Woodward Steve Woolman Stuart Waolman Conni Wootten Mary Anne Workman Michele Wortman John Wright Scott Wyant Gail Ulm Jim Ulm Sheila Urbick Betty Yeakel Arnold Yip Mae Yip Dianne Yochum Nancy Ann Yocum Jill Yost John Yost Jerry Young Keleen Young Noel Zaremba Tom Zavalo Rick Zimmerman Marie Zalezzi Eddie Zuckerman Rebecca Zuniga Dorwin Zurilgen 154 i ,gi 'Qi YN- t i U 1 i i. is Q gtg x is arf Nxt V Y B my A i s ' A . if av nk . . , ' 4 rv bf: X X :Jig Q ' fl fr 1lL,Mvil":'f" fs- vga' G 1 3 f N J . 4 C -'R' , ' ' . x K 4 f s K , , 3 , , ' . N. . , V - f- F. " -'Ag .1-45 ,v .K fh- .r as A , Ss R Y '- Q s . Qf""11'i4i .4 'i 'Vi' Y - as f X. in 2 exft -v J s - e e tw Q - so - ... ...S K H J Q I 1 if ,r - A K 5 , x . V .L , , ,IWW , S rr.l A is ei My ' ,sfngig A4 KM sl K . J' PM ,Q X g ' i Q L' N' .,, fm Q ' , S 5 l' X ,Q .- .,, 5 r , ' yu Q .S K, A - i t.e. , i, c af. it . .ti f ' .. 3 .S T. 'f ,gf . g s. . Kgs: X z - AI. t .,, L 5 .. . .sr i.,r . 3 3: - A g b K W Jag' ' , - S' 5. gas -gl if ' . f - L X to sf iiiianff E Y he . -- - mi 1 .4 ,.: , It X , Q rg -." gif- 'Y ' 2 li' ft T to A 2 . Q . Not pictured: Paul Acton Pat Ferrers Linda Linde Frank Silyq David Agnason Renee Allen Allen Anton Bruce Arthur Teresa Black James Bonds Mary Ann Bonds Kevin Bregante Gerald Brewer David Carter Frances Cox Mike Cozad James Crai Deborah Da Valle Steve Daniels Briand Davis Donna Du Temple Kay Dunn Janet Flores Richard Giocchero Bernie Goldberg Delbert Gooch Robert Habel John Holcomb John Hall Marie Hall Bonnie lker Jo Ann Kalesis Pat Kingen Nancy Kirkpatric Julie Kosta Bill Krup Bruce La Rose Tom Langley Cheryl Leonard Gerry Lokey Mark Manzer Billy Maples James Masters Janette McAdams Randolph Messner Mary Michael Anne Mitchell Jesse Morones Gerald Nogues Jerry Oieda Tom Powell Edward Rode Christiane Savoie Donny Schopp Kent Schmidt Tom Shoneff Arnold Snow Ron Spurgeon George Stanley Rayna Surplus Linda Tankersley Robert Taylor Zdravko Terzich Patty Thompson Richard Thompson Don Trigg Roger Verla Deena Vassalla John Vogeo John Weaver John White Kenneth Wilkinson Stefan Wyatt it' w C. 9. F. Fall Fronl row: C. Anderson, J. Lee, L. Fradkin, L. Cuul, J. Fasfiggi, S. Deerinck, J. Moyle, A. Raymond, J. Klevan, P. Mendel, S. Green. Row 2: N. Feaver, A. Yip, C. Lee, D. Musfelf, J. Senderov, S. Lang. E. Mendoza, V. Richie, J. Lim. J. Sheldon, C. Covey, L. Reinking, J. Recldick. Row 3: A. Fukuyama, D. Dooley, K. Biorklund, K. Jenkins, K. Hansen, L. Grabel, D. Anderson, B. Wasserman, E. Marks, R. Sakai, J. Woodbury. Back row: R. Mehcln, S. Wyanl, F. Bosley, S. Finney, J. Keyser, K. Vassullo, E. Bowe, K. Cheetham, J. Farley, L. Fargo, D. Juice, S. Ramsgard, E. Long. Spring new Fronf row: E. Marks, S. Lung, H. Hull, N. Gotelli, M. Stone, J. McKeegun, J. Senclerov, C. Anderson, C. Heiser, L. Fradkin. Row 2: J. Lim, J. Combs, E. Mendoza C. Lee, C. Covey, A. Raymond, K. Milton, J. Klevan. Back row: B. Wasserman, D. Joice, S. Qucllls, N. Feuver, L. Grabel, D. Dooley, P. Mendel, K. Jenkins, K Biorklund. I M W? NW ia MQW ,W mf WW Qifgfyj WW 9 Qi! Sophomore Class Officers Cabinef is-,Xxx ilxlxx X x L 'kf.Q....,11X.v Presideni Warren Taylor Vice-Presideni Lawrence Lew Secrefa ry Terri Baikie Treasurer Kris Anderson Marsha Hedburg Ph Ilis Lee Y Dave Monegan Diana Scart .J 2 Elizabeth Abbott Jerry Acosta Phillip Acosta Terry Acton Mikki Adams Richard Agesen Karin Alexander Tammy Allan Candy Allen Billie Alley Randy Alsop Debby Anderson Kristi Anderson Dorinda Andresen Connie Angelo Tom Angus Kathleen Applegate Dennis Arbini James Archie Richard Ariff Elizabeth Armand Pam Arnold Marsha Arthur Sheila Atchison Pat Atherton Linda Atkinson Kathy Attaway Allan Auger Eric Aulwurm Judi Ayala Kenneth Baba Jim Bacon Teri Baikie Carol Bailey Robert Bailey Robert Bailey Stanley Bailey Steve Bolleios Diann Balsley Susan Bannon Rick Barberis Sharon Barnard Robert Barney Debbie Barros John Bartell Doug Bartlett Dennis Barton Colleen Bauer Ginneil Bauer Laura Beck Connie Beck Mary Bedenbaugh Dave Bell Monty Bench Kathleen Bennett Al Benton 158 iii f . I ,gg 5 S ! GK... , f ., W N ,. O tO ' Q na' 3 Nui' f' " r we .-. so 1 if-wmv-if nf X N A Q f I gms A tr S X r Q A r X x N 1+ c fm: A no n ,X mf' E , 4.8. xl X 'S 'J J N,,,,, f x Q K and A I f 1 v ati Us fag, N? fs . f J , J is s Q I , E 1 K. x ,,,. , was t 5 si J N if t s ws Q X Q if 5 . 4 x . 4 at i : ,- .Qi . - 5' f . fi -"1 Z. ' A i:sSm.i5 ' , - A ., f " "" QW Hp J r Q' sr , - i.. ., , Je' -s.-get ' 5 Q . , Y' sr-'rv .J sf -A I '45, 5 "f J , , , ,f-4. 'M , ms.-.?iw'!5'o 3 f 'A so Qi ' wget . K N 1 is t ' ' ii x , Q t y r ' J ,Z 5 ,T gf , y "A 4 151 l N' - , ' - ' " I J A 3 lk 9 x iii' ii f i f 'A 'J 1 N, ' 1 .e L Q.5izfi': ' it U:-Q. 5 ' ', , -, tete A 1 ,A Q L l 3 y. Q ' X ,tr a X 'Hgh-wr, x , ina 3. A, - M.-2. . re, c ik 92- x 9 T rw, g , inf ... X , tg . . ' 3' ' X 4 xl' A X Sophomores QA ' line B ,flxk eff: l W N.. , Y . , Q N -J B B Q54 EL. M. f - . W. l X i I ' N N v if-. ,. 5 Q ,g X Q X :A in Q "-- S A 5 ' Q K T W A 1 , 2,5 ,.. 1 I ,KQ , h A ex ' X ' .- we W Q , Wifvikwi as D' wx. 4' , . mx was I me t ...Q N ' 'I MRF . Rabin Beydler Lynn Beyett Terry Bickle Sammy Biggers Cathy Billups James Bingham Judy Biork Danny Blair Carol Blankenship Steve Blei Allen Blundell Kathy Bo Arthella Bolen Nancy Bond Mike Booze Barbara Borowski Bob Bosworth Sondra Bowen Kathy Bowman Richard Bradley Robert Bradley Gale Brandt Bill Braun Melanie Bray Elmer Breakfield David Bregnante Evelyn Brewer Martha Brimberry Barbara Brintnall Mary Briscoe Dick Broderick Scott Brodie Laura Brooke Theresa Brooker Bill Brooks Cathy Brough David Brown Peggy Brown Bruce Brownfield Rebecca Brownfield Robert Browning Ruby Brueckner Nancy Bryan Everett Bryant Jack Bryant Wendy Bryant Tony Bryson Tom Buck Lynette Buckley Nancy Bunn Shelley Bunn Nancy Burger Patty Burgess Loreen Burns Angie Burrell Yvonne Burruel 159 Kaihy Buih Krisla Bufh Pat Bynum Flaisa Calahro Tony Calabro Maureen Caldwell Susie Calver! Aide Cameron Margo Camicia Gary Cammack Chrisiine Canaie Ed Capiianich Cynthia Capps Kym Carey Shelly Carle Phil Carlin George Carlos Jody Carlson Rickey Carlson Sylvia Carlton Joyce Caro Jeanne Carsner Frank Casciaro Donna Casey Mike Casey Ted Casillas Toni Castillo Danny Castles Mary Ann Cave John Centenu .lim Cesmal Jack Chambliss Deaven Chamblin Pai Chandler Cyndy Chapa Bev Charles Wayne Charters Diane Chase Marian Chase Sue Chase John Cheney Karen Chiapale Don Childers Curfis Chong Greg Christiansen Alea Chrisfoiersan Ann Chula Gordon Clark Kathy Clark Susan Clark Diane Claypool Julie Clayton Susan Clemenis Steve Clowdus Dave Coburn Pam Coito 160 Q-: ' 5 X xx ,ww W Kwik MF C C Vx If 1 f 4 sf is . .- i- , . M. ...C K. H , ,sm-A X' i 4 55, fl: E 'N l U s A 5: fi ... Q- ' 'fs M v '-K ,,., Q C .N , s X , 'ii ' -s:. 'v L i +. 1 -4 C N ,Q li 1 in i as f ' r C l. Z C M ' M ' -wr'-Sr"-fuss. . ' ' M. ' Q x il V , - 1 . ,QL A if ?, .ns 4 .7 'T , 5 ii i , '- ' ,. ' , X ssl., sl A t XX :sk m, X + N we . Q C f x ,. Y .W . x A , 1 l L ,M il .V 5 1 ss' 'Q .' ,.-,xg M s M JE , :A O J me y 'X fi K s, ' 'Q - , ,s , , N . u. T ' Sa- 'M .Q ' .1 3 s o-ew" gf Q L + i :K 5 : 1' X F! .L C , C. 4: Q.. I X 5 ' xp., au, of ,- ,3 X ' l - sg - v 1,f ER' sg,-r ' T . . "' 9 , i Q L f -::..-ss ...C s v me . . ,-' gg' Q.ffaQl gi .Q 'Res N C eil' ' X' 'fe . R -if N- W mil- 'ik iss, Sophomores we -we me if Qfqis' ,W ws -ers we 5 gl l if f R' X Y X , , 3. fl? f , . s vf ' ' il Xia' 'T' K PGY .g i xl K A! Nur S' wa s 'mfg' f X A .yogi .- - is r-X' 4 ' , J , .2-'X-13. ss: .: K ,. 'Q +34 1 , . W . NM , ei' iff " ..-, X R J J - ' if ff' X .,-, "W X . A X N, s 5 . R Q . . 6 N . sg- 'ids' 4 N Q ' - We X ttf X new ,-9 65 - ..e-- X A .. 4 , N4 X f. 3 T y - Q' r 1 .V I . as, t 1 X x X .w , . 'X ,x,,,, - X X ,x - ' . X ' ' . 'NNN is . e . - ""...f- .' "' i " " N . ,Q "WF-, , "1 -, ' PM - if JR 1 ,ffff 3 'if 'C ,Q sy L, , I ' C, . -Q. e - , X li, K 1' K N ' X53 Y ll Q J L X f ' ig J " X ,. .Q X N R R or ' s iv- ' X , " . N' '. , :,g o.s ' k ,. Kg' ,,. . L' Oo- 4 ' - . 'f ' . , il I J Fl K J .N si Q l 5 l 1 ,X ,. . i " - ' im pil e eb . X ax ' , 'X 'X X 4' f in s. 1 , Q E! , ., , 1 M f , ' 'XX ll- 5 'Y le- Q . " 6, Et. ,gkgsgyb K at Q' 1 ,N N X J ' " ..,r K X K , J X .v ff fbi? ' - , C -. N 1 W x , ..W.. M25 ...g 5' gk 'ggi , J iw ' X wr ' Z , X Q R , ingtish. 1. .Q KV' f" J J t il x J, ' i ' .. :ras : . - ,, N-'Five AWE 5' . 'P . 1 w- N! s. M ev- . -X fhqzse p' , v Wim .NM 1-'1 -A A X . 'fe so X' ., , wltf f f Q' 'X ff - ve .ss h f i -is 'SEX i gi e xxx ' , Q Gifs' X - 8--, 5-res I, " K r . J --j":, Q , J ' 'lr' , Q. 1 . .vw fm as L. Q . se , C Q 5 Ax 'H 'Qs 1 l f ' ' . J ' J ' i Miss,-.1 , .:, , Fi L J L J' l A if Q . , N 5, PSN. . ' 'fl l ss' X " ' 5 .., 1 asm 1: 2 'fa x 'i i i' ki ss W C El, " i,4v"'-f N fx ,,,... A Q XX .aff Joe Colby Bill Coleman Nancy Collum Janet Combest Kermit Comstock Lorraine Contreras Donna Cook Nancy Cook Bob Cooney Terry Cooper Joe Cordova Mary Corkins Karen Corn Melinda Corsi Debbie Costa Judy Costa Fran Cox Tim Cox James Craig Dan Craven Tim Crawford Mike Crawford Marybeth Crimmings Judy Cruz Ken Culver Curtis Cummings Keith Cunningham Dave Cureton Randy Curtis Larry Cutlip Catherine Dalbora Denise Daniels Pam Daniels Kathi Daub Don Davenport John Davies Art Davis Carol Davis Gary Davis Janis Davis Jon Davis Judy Davis Nancy Dedekam Mary Deerinck Gary Degronde Joanne Dehaven Ralph Deleon Jane Demos Steve Denney Roger Dent Cathy Devincenzi Donna Dew , Peggy DeWitt Cynthia Dick Greg Dixan Robert Dobretz 161 Dana Doerksen Mike Doll Vivian Doniego Mike Denis Louise Dooley Lynda Doscher Pahy Dougherty Dennis Douville Diane Dowling Gail Draper Janet Driver Nancye Dunn Nancy Durman Sieven Duifon Marcia Dyer Paul Easley David Easivold Bill Ecclesion Brenda EckhoH Pam Eckman Kelly Egan Chris Eley Karl Ellifritz Rickey Ellifriiz Bill Elligel Rick Ellioii Donna Ellis Mike Enyari Bob Epstein Chris Equinoa John Ernst ' Paul Esau Gloria Escalanie Sergio Esparza Roberta Esianie Paisy Estrada Josephine Eva ng elisfi Debbie Evans Grace Fabila Duke Falbo Heaiher Fargo Sherry Farmer Jorelia Farrier Judy Faselli Mike Fechner Arlene Fenner Peggy Fenwick Danny Fernandez Delia Fernandez Anneii Ferrari Mike Ferrell Kaihy Ferris Bob Feiherlin Colefte Ficovich Leslie Fiiield Riqoberio Fino 162 x :xiii Xl S5 g lf We -N -M' X. 1 9 f 'Q . ,ig -F J .wig-f 2 Q . Q n.e,.5 -XJ DAX Y if urs J .Fir A' A r xx Y Q W ak, Q c i ,L A .D L X B ,E eg? .E 'GRB -Q is 1,.. E. V 4 sedif Q W , " i MJ in www' ,fi . . Je 5 J 4' bs. 43-- Q G mfg 1 'F .f fliv XX w XX? -U' LN 4- -. - Y .. 9 'ui-Six e -N - 1 V K, ' -Q .. egg 'f 3 ' 'f ' 'tl L' X ' f' N Y" A J -ee A ,'3"i i f W- ffuqxh J X 'ii J 5'f?E'fT - n""iZ:if z in J wi-'i e f 'I fs . -1 - 1' . A 1' ' - if A- ' . - f,' . AM Q A - ' fg ' 'X X'-" - ' ' 'Fei . 'Z F., .M -Y ia ' - ' Q x, il, 4 -53+ 2 ly 1 ewfe is 1 , e . . 4 Q fx, x i ii.: : Y , f ,J A 'W ll lk 5 M P ez - .. 'Q ' F ' js' 'E 'r ' .- '. '.'-'-5. R 'Q Arek Q- . I ' s 5 V. fx 49. I fe tr- . E ff' 1 . . J ' ' ' al l' , I ,A J J 1 W . . ? 'Q 0 J J i g s . I JJ" Y 4 J A T of Sophomores 1-T is fe- F e F gf s , A J :A , :,' . 'W - 51: .ff V we . x . . siiaxk it A in 5 . K EJ+T,,,-my . - 4r,YF,x:xg .5 N s - Nw' - -. , f I V , ' , X ' . I R L , v , f Y 4" X nn..-f, .ya , ' , ' 'N J K is arf, f-ff' ...r' w Q4 , A - ll- X V ' ' f Q" ff I .. . Ffiw 1 "Ali Je ' , ' 'N .. ,. A 45" ' K-4.,,l, ' -A 1 2, 2 ' im? ' r F gf X . ' 1 t I .1 2 is t ,L . sll . Q.. J. Q Tig, .X v K Q ?ziiLwk Q F tk G , gig :R is, r- L x X033 xx , M ,Q 1 Q, .X . 1, sg is i , .3 f- V is H , ' -'W as ffm , fi - ' A ' e- if -. .L . if .- .X . K, , A g- gy-ss-A s .134 ks. -'l v-3: , A -. +1 .W o .,kk X :,- - 4: , .A ' .' .v gf , J, "wi V N I' ' b K A F .' mfs , 'L e , T Nw" , 4, .W ' f .,..,.s.--M - 1 5 MS b , Q, P tp- Q, .A-, A 5 ,ight A W ti , Q . G f ' so s S. F se- F -' '. - , 5 ' . xx Q. w. Y 'f' ,, X, 'wb , Ev? w x T , i ' 1 if ' N 0' ' A F l - ' W is - X A 'fe T ' Q.: -'em , . 3? ,-- y Vg.. , A in., ,gr N i' 'ii ' E Q UQ' - P , ' 4 1. ,Q f 9 i l if" 5 iam I l lm- - K X i ' 'N K' " S A, X f e -N X 'e - ' spin. F' -s -H' ' - 1 Qsfr- 1' S e - N , a sa f , f x ' . it vm' ' 5' 1 . ' 'A ' : f 'M' it A - is f , F Wham ' 35 R: ' 9 'X il Q, Fc . if 'Y 'W E K Q -. seg: J., Q . , i f :sg .sq , L, r 1x5 - '1 in lx V' Y fs , . " usgzall ' w . Q -me W X b , 5 .D L ' - . . - fy: nf 5,5 '- , si .s L 'xy , . " Q .I s 'X flzsgt. S QF S X 4 D., is C it Q . . , J- : T ' ,5 ' ' V ff Q -, 9. . Q , T, . L . K K ig. L K L F: swf' ' his 11 B f' S i ' it Richard Fiormonfi Gary Fisher Norma Fitzwater Gary Flares Misaef Flares Doug Fong Pam Fong Roy Fonseca Jerry Foote Teresa Forbes Tim Fard Gary Forsythe Ed Fortune Debbie Foster Connie Fotinos Susan Foust Mike Fawler Todd Fransen Chris Frazier Wilma Freedle Joan Freeman Karen Freitas Neil Frisbie Lewis Fritz Stephanie Frogue John Fuhring Steve Fuller William Funderburk Susan Funkhouse Tim Gacer Tom Gacer Bill Gaedtke Norma Gaia Jim Galinda Greg Gammon Denise Garcia Frank Garcia Ramon Gardea Steve Gardner Chris Garcluno linda Garduno Rosemary Garduno Peter Gareis Debbie Garland Tim Garry Janet Geigle Glen Gemigniani Ann Ghilarducci Germaine Ghiorzo Ed Gianelli Bruce Gibson Cathy Gibson Kathleen Gibson Marcus Gibson David Gillispie Ann Giometti 163 Diane Girardi Carol Giuffre Marsha Glenn Bonnie Goen Bill Golden Bill Gooch Karen Goodin Debbie Goodman Jean Goodrich Charles Goucher Yvonne Gouldh Debbie Graf Gail Graham Lynne Graham Randy Graham Neil Granish Sharon Gran! Jeff Greenberg David Greenfield Randy Grills Dak Groves Brian Gruelfer Manuel Guido Karen Gunierf Fred Gufierrez George Guzman Michelle Hachez Pam Hacker Barbara Hackett Dan Hackley Gene Hagio Gayla Hale Bob Hall Pam Halvorson Jack Hampton V ' if 5-N K - f N , . ' f, i i M X 1 f '- ' i X- ' K -'J W , 9 B ' S . f 4 in Y D " -.. V W we D 'fi 5' se we ff e . -, 1 A Ax - 'Q Q rf -NMS - A 1 in .s-in , .K K k X 1 ' L , or M B ,i K X - , "fo '1 x . ,..,e ' G . . o , ' , e f 'f " fb 'ex' V ' V k . . ' j-M , "' f .. W ., . 1 5 , Nb Q wtf' ll' ' XY .rl M Lx A wks, Z, ' he ' ,3,w,g!f :W, 3g B I , ' ' ef: , I -.X . sap K 72- L . t V A Q? t K hi A ' B 'M B " a s . , b Q., ,er , r Q are z . 1 , 3 ' , fx ' 1 X , Q iw. ' 'ex 1 ,. f , ' ,K 'asm Q. x i N' R I -J" it - la ,, xx ',,. K ' 55.11, Z.-K Q . L .Q V , Q 5 N B is Qi V , . 'e e 5 ' P. v , i 're' mf.. We ' ' N' Q, X . or 4' -'ry Q w .X ,,,. 2 5 0 " e r T X 69"-2"'--, . . T 1 A Q l 3. K ' -- K' ' ? X 41" " K ' D 5 ' 1 " .1 r in eel e ., 4 - . Lg ' J , 2, all ir' kb rf! Xviaysgg X l 'sw ' . A + Bob Hancock Marcia Hankins Anne Hannay Sue Hanway Barbara Harden Nancy Harferf Chris Harley Mike Harnaclc Bill Harper Bobbie Harringlan Brenda Harringlon Bob Harris Kathy Harris Tom Harrison Karen Harlman Pal Harfvig Sharon Harvey Jim Hailen Carol Hawkins Ann Hayashi Mike Hayes 164 , Y . ' . - , - 2 lawn. -.-. W ' fbi I r, i W " ' A ,'3:J4,.:am.'v, K - , ' 2251 if '. - ...Zz B , B . K f 'B , I ii? N' C 'L , . 4' rf ,. Q . - J j,,z.:f i 'W .fr in M arf 'eee ii' A if 4.,...,v ww. , . .ea - T w y G fs ,Qxl f , Ast X , ... f e -41 + x fi: K ag X H r r A W ke . Q, f .., ' X V, Ax er.. . X J i Sophomores I o 5 Q . X gg- .Q 42 e iq A , f-. A J 4" ,- ,Mg fi J '. N i r .- fi ' gn - 'fe if' ' Q ' f , i 195 U J K sk i J Jiink' I f sh :Y 'J ii :gk :NYS phi id Q X -, ' 6 'i ' :ie A. I ' . . N 1, V Y K , il., ,SQ eg: ,rn - "' 5' K ., N - v g og as i s ., .ZF -. ' ' , ' . .sy-,j ., -is RS- VL N 71 T , ' fr- , " f - , ' ' ' f fe ,gg 5 ' s - f f .3 Y 1 - gf .. 11- . . 1 - Q we f s .1 'Q mr -.,. bfi- 5. s .A li M 'Q Q T :g y 'sive J R ,Y . ,V r' 1? qs i ,ly v Eliyrixzigqg i s i. c..e,,e,f- A J 3 f" A Q x " ' ' - a N 'h e EY5 ,,' X, 5-W Z 5 i x Q ' -J i '., . ' . X .549 ' - 4 -3- ,. a n ,QQ , sugars- W J .A xi . f X e s 1 4? Steve Head Susie Head Jill Healy Larry Heck Tina Heckerman Joe Heckman Marsha Hedburg Mike Henke Kaihy Hennefer Richard Henning: Caryl Hensley Roger Hepperle Randy Herbs? Sieve Heskeif Ken Hesierly Debbie Heusel Rick Hicks Georgeha Higgins Jerry Higgins Ron Highlower Diane Hill Pairicia Hill Ron Hill Dennis Hillskofier Ginny Hobbs Mark Hogan Lee Holcomb Mike Hallowell Jimmie Holman Wanda Holmes Dave Hopper Gwen Howard Liya Huang Gary Hubl George Huck Raymond Huey Kathy Hughes Jim Humphrey Curiis Hunt Karen Hurley Kim Hushbeck Gail lbarreicl Mary ller Wayne Irwin Jeli lsozalci Ed Jackson Pat Jackson Larry Jacobsen Doug Jann Cleve Jarnagin Brad Jarvis Debbie Jenkins Robert Jensen John Jimenez Dave Jdhnson Everett Johnson 165 Judy Johnson Lynn Johnson Rick Johnson Sondra Johnston Gail Joice Chris Jones Eldon Jones Kathy Jones Linda .lanes - Rosie Judson Susan Judson Lana Kale Dave Kalebaugh Dick Kamiboyashi Debbie Kamplain Lynn Korutz' Terri Kasparia Elizabeth Kendall Phyllis Kendall Stefanie Kendall Terry Kenadall Dan Kennedy Ivan Kenyon Richard Kern John Kerner Hollie Kestin Steve King Wanda King Steve Kiera Werner Klein Howard Kleinert Gary Kleinfeld Barry Klieves Mike Klinger Vicki Koch Rick Kohl Terry Kohls Raymond Kaker Bruce Koliha Rick Korich George Kosich Sam Kosich Pete Koulouris Karen Kramer Linda Krey Dennis Kritzer Susan Kubota Claudia Labarthe Larry Lacer David Ludiges Sue Lam Donna Lamaster Teena Lamb Alice Lamberti Tom Lang Luis Lavagina 166 'Nl Yo-fr -A-,K b ,,.. J y 'X 'Q Ae -il ef up-. Alu. ,f .:' X. i f - . S Q- . A -. . .A -.X xl . A 2 1 ' .- , g B f . x . g . Av ..s:f' 4 ' fi x Ty . 4 ' WI, 1 E Nj: X: N f JZla'e:.1 si xifii V 1 '09 wi ,, . " " , G ' I ' . 9 f J . 4 ' ET X . of JN 3, R' ss . "' en- A-' ' ' .. . Sei " 5 1, - 4 R 3 . L K at . : , , v ,. N Six ,r- . V .lm lx Q . - V . H X , K y f in X . ' X., 51. h V- 1' , X' .sv 1' it u A . Q 3 . v . X S.. eps' wiv RS' an - K, X Us if 3 mr.to'N X ",,. 5 'A . gi X P . - .fe . ee - ...ii - f f , , 5:0 , is Y ,, : , x , t W 1 'e 1' ,. A -Q 51, E ig Sn . Q 'K ei iff- K 5. ik it . . ' -' ' sf S J . . K z ei: Q 9, .. , A ' . N X Q ' . , ,gk 5 X i . . A Ps: pw . , . - . ' . ' A 55 Q 'J' A 3' . " J - ' 'Pe s -- ' tw Q? . ' QQ. if ' J 3' QQ-X .M - -.. , .E Q we r Q Q ' ff' '. M.. Q 35 , X '- . 's F ' ' t. ,X J ' .Q A . V, in is ' .ie 'L ' 'sg A . ilk .nw 'WF ' X- -..Q ' W ,nr . Q- ' yy ' . gi y 4 .N x, I . . . ' b .1 1 1 ', W x A ,Awe ' ,' I' ,."' ' . ' 1 .3.',.,, -NNI: 04 A , , -qiixlcf.-a-. '3?I.::,-5 , .,- f ' - 1. 'i "!'ffff9'5'f3"' 'i'i'?'1 A' ' ' Z3?ss::s.f.'f'2f'2z. ?s5s2f? -' a R' fin sxrzesgxx. . .. Qi ... . gf.. ' ' ' , .Q if -. 3, I g X ' '42 N.-v L 1 ns, x ' " .R 4, l ., . . B, . Sc 1 ' Q . .. , C Q . - X we ,. S' 'W - 9" . - - - sr ' ' A - A J X, - ee . . Qophomores 4 g K.. U, my A L K ' L . A ' P L I is 'P J., Q L " :qv ' . i K., More L- ' K at L n' v - . fx A3 P P if - ' t lllllll: ' V s? MILF if of t 1 Q .- 'Nl'- l l ix ERA-M t , 5 f W , in sl 5 p si K xv 3 S-42: Vwiirx ' ,Qifn ' 'A is S L 1' if- L PN -" is D. J 5 5 JX3 1 M, , 'L Ml: 'fix 3- Avy l . , P me 'K L' - L il wa' Q .xx L ll PM l t :we Zi, M sf, - 4 t , Q kc I.. xyf' k .4 ng i N . 1 l H -Q fi .L al tl ' N' .X X' . 5-.L -5' A . f Eff L 25' 1' " ft K Klmmq-X , ' LQ Q - Lg ,A -4 ,-- . W it N. X 1 P My 4 k , ,VS xt M Q i s Q . 5 l ll lla 5: S . x R y X: 'X .,,, Q ' i 1 , swf ' ll: ' X i g 1-' is X : Q 1 f'- k f f' v4, i i: 1 'Tie to 1 1 'all L in 2 "k L L . Wig kiy. L s as i 5. w g. 5 K L g . L ...N 3? Q P v I X fs-eff, 1 Q A N Q L L - . . e . . L K g -1 xc ,ti Q K .K Kit ty gm- t B! ' . If , g g : , K Wk, , LL Q , 4 Arne-1.. 'X . . ' in if , , l gf U.. :K g I V 'L' S -gl 241 , Q., X 1 5 2 :W 1. .4 g Q R X fir :KR . fa x If g S . .L . E "W 5 ' gf i 47 .,., t V . ' ' W. it .iff " is ,.Ar'Xf ' 4.fELiwFf? 4 , 55 ix L 'J Dusty Lawsan Nick Lazzareschi Beverly Lea Debbie Ledbetter Albert Lee Janice Lee Lester Lee Phyllis Lee Ronald Lee Priscilla Leivos Rick Lemburg Cathi Leonardini Karen Leonardini Rony Leonarclini Diane Leong Joanne Leong Lawrence Lew Peggy Lewis Mike Licciordi Steven Likong Jan Lippen-Holtz Sandy Livingston Janet Locke Kenneth Locke lan Lockhart Lloyd Logan Mike Logan Laurie Lannevik Mark Loper Vince Lopez Jack Loren Wade Lothrop Della Lovdal Gary Low Toni Low Michell Lowenthal Gary Loy John Lucaccini Paul Lucas John Luian Mark Luian Roger Lumm Bill Luna Janet Lundquist Paul Lyman Greg Lynn Jay Lyons Don Mocias Steve Mackey Steve MacNear Vicki Madison Debbie MaHei Henry Magby Barton Magellan Joe Maldonado Steve Malloy 167 Charles Mangrum Nicoletle Mann Maurita Maples Kalhy Mariani Susan Marlow Cindy Marsh Bobbie Marshall David Marsian Belly Marlin Connie Marlin Fred Marlin Kris Marlin Marlin Malhews Cindy Malkin Denis Malsuoka Dave Malleucci Christine Maupin Janet Mayer Debbie Mayo Tim Maya Donna Mazzucchelli Jane? McCarll1y Anna McClure Alison McCormick Mike McDonnell Sue Mclnlosh Wendy Mclnlosh Dennis Mclnlurf Joe McKee Merle McKinley Palrice McKinley Glenda McManus Denise McMorran Paula McWilliams Charlene Mehrer Gordon Meineke Renee Meiia Tom Melden Glenn Metcalf Peggy Metz Rick Michelse Mark Middlelon Rod Mignacco Cindy Miller Geraldine Miller Jim Miller Laura Miller Russ Miller Michael Minahen Richard Minalre Sharon Miniare Debbie Miranda Dagmar Misek Calhy Mobley Pam Mock Kirk Maerman la8 E5 1 Q9 gil: ' H,-F. """'-.51 i 1 NCR -- in R C tl C C, C EC 4 ix. 1 1 ff: ,: 'J nv 4 X t -X ie. 'i D' 'J ' e 'fi Fifi .mi ' . 5 5 .1: ' ' , C ' C E ' C- 'C I -'r ,N 2 My p ,, - A ,wk 1 - W . ,K K as 3 'I , . 5 N .C C X Ng f M ' in - gCC ' 1, lszeh C V ,,..w"'g"""'m""-i . . 353 V il' V ' L - ' C C X -A' ' . 1, of ' A QR N- - 5. 6 fxem CC - P R t C C , 5 C. I l C .3 Ca, S K K Q V T 5 C:-mwklll 5 1 . 2,2 K lil. .457 N C, K ef ' za 3 - f- 5 C ' . y ,V A? K. , 4 ,C -wi, QSM k ix as flgxxiga C .fe 1 f. w C C C l - "Q 1 . 2 1 h : 3 V' C Q 2 QQ. " 41 N X " R Q.. '1 4 'i l "AY .. X , A r N C f B 3 .gf , C 'Ei X C A C , ,C C CC C -y ,- E iff ' . - M 9 A 5.,. C Qu X l ' " D i C 'Q K P K+ F 5 X Cmnt -e , f ' is - C X .C N. pew-C. C , , ' C '52 M Fi-.. K li r- l-1 ' 4 wi ' 'WZ x want' R . f 'M' ' r iw ' Q? 2 C f' . af ' --ei C C ' ear ,. R ' iii ' .C x y- 5' " " Yiwu- QA 11.55. A 5 ,, x w Rx -vile"-. FX' NC C - N if H , as ' ' is L . ii - - N i i f ,C C 1 2 ' Q 3 S13 fi 1 tv 4""'8 ' 3' 1 . H zz f k 1 ,i.. Q fe ' , M ,C A 'h C "5 'vff C.. 4 sl 5' ' Rs' fax A3 .rf ' 1 3 ' .6 Cfg ' 'ssl f-- --I ev.. 1- ' C C --- V ' R 4, 1 ' L " 3 , P , C C ,C X - , X' '- CN S ' s - C x C . Af P ' . K y - C ' wg' C 4 M X C-'ml ef, Cf 2 , C is Q ' " ' ' X ' - 1' Eemian, 1 . 3 --iir zfc3,.3J?1C G M-'wr -5? H' 5 ' Q We 59 Ks My . - Y C if '. '1 ' , X- ,f f X: P -4- QC 1-:EC M fn' . 5 V 'J ...J 5 , x Cn? C K 5 YM-sf rg C ' -X 'b W - L --1. Sophomores Carol Moffalf Marlin Molina Dave Monegan Judy Monalli Diane Montanez Beverly Morales Renee Morden Armando Moreno Laura Moreno Robert Moreno Rose Moreno Slephen Moreno Larry Moresco Morcio Morgan Dave Morris Debbie Morris Loren Morris Vic Morris Chris Morton Sharon Mounce David Mowa? Terrence Mullally Carl Mullen Sylvia Munoz Mike Murphy Shirley Murphy Roberta Murray Rick Muzio Calvin Myers Greg Nagel Rick Nash Deborah Nafartez Vicki Nouyok Linda Neal Chris Nellman Dawn Nelson Bill Newell Susan Newsfrom Richard Newlon Dan Nicholson Evelyn Nicholson Chris Nielsen Elizabelh Nielson Chrislina Nielo Dale Nishida Kenny Nishikawa Rindo Noack Pam Nogare Steve Novinger Marie Novo Debra Oalman Bradley Ober Kelly O'Brion Putty O'Day Kathy O'Flarily Evelyn Okuloo f" K. ' A M r ze ' ' 1 L ' 1, Q, ,Q- , Y . pi A u i: .3 i. N,N H K K 5 W M " N ' " 2 'ii V " . . -. '. ' . - ' '- f . dig?" - - .' .f -,' 3', -. : F Siff' Fi -1 Q ' A W e we Q A' -, ge- ' K, A ' A . 4 Y . W. .::, 42" J ' I ll ' 'O JM ' '1 ' .1 3 , 4, ill 'Wi . is . - "7'i' 7 ' 7 W " . ' - ' '. 1 W V jts'-V' K ' iss - - X. yr I L , , Q as lx? L . I g . ,R AQ T . s 5' . . s N5 , is Q 'F . ' , W lb 2 yall' . f A . R - 1 so ' f' .r ,f X, ' ' sv . . ' -1. ei Qi ' s X N 5 , I -. rflbeii h we e 1' . A Q , A l s' .+- if-ffe-,g K , . 1 .. 'l . 'Six X E . . , . . ,,,l sr. ,. . f fire N- VI ,Q .raw X. . ip gn " . K - ..- L 5 E V A Y , lt-5,,, ,qui fi, X L fx .. 5- X is ,. My fr F r. ' , 1. r .. ' 0 31, S 'gi l R5 1 1 4: .17 . ,N . 5 .. MQ, , D NM . , J W - S. .M W' ' . 1' X ' N--of f X. ' if "Y -4 r, 1 . , + gl l " . if ll -. in K S 5 .D ' fr . ze'tz,,.xgv5'3j.,1.Wig, K ee- X me ,N my X X. .ww .1 ,ii P ,-- 4 5 S 3.4g:.Q:3.,Ef5i:?iXS55l Y ., r X . N N- gi e x r gg. S .. , . N " 'M"'Afff' 'N M . . ., fi N '?X:,1p:- flfizfff.-gl j4,E.+,. 4 15 'J "":hAl f ,' l ..q. l . . ,XX f . -' ii' 'W xi in ,Ll - " 2 P " ' fi C ' . .. ,Q ' ' -:Ab . ' R ,Y :I . 5 X , 4 . A X' 1 fi z :r r. ' X Y . . gig . 169 Donnie O'Neal Diane Onizuka Patti Ortega Casey Ortez Sylvia Oshima Lynn Osterlie William Overfield Donna Pack Dave Padilla Nick Padilla Eddie Palazuelos Dennis Palmer Greg Palmer Jennifer Pankey James Paris Paula Parlcer Debbie Parkison Janice Parmenter Genevieve Parriera Veronica Parriera George Parrish Sue Parrish Jonathan Passel Valerie Pastorino Ray Paulo Mike Payne Gary Pegg Kathi Pendergrass RoseAnn Pennell Michael Pere David Perkins Kathy Perry Christine Petersen Marie Peterson Patty Pfeifle Ruger Phillips Kay Pierce Susan Pierce Ted Pierce Jeonena Pitts Ron Platt Joy Plummer Frank Poifka Ron Pollard Mildred Popuch Elaine Pores Tom Porter Charles Pouport Delain Powers Steve Prafo Ellen Pratt Paula Preeo Richard Presle, Carol Pretl Tony Prima Steve Proulx 170 'J M if mfr 12117 I A is W. X 3 ,... x X ' W3 x X 1 " 4 " 1 i M . '..'lff":' l 5- M 1 P S :- we A M. Q A-u uf' f i ,gb .'!"'.,, .cr ci z .,. xi, . .hs . -. .gs L 4' ' MMM Mg' , TQ fn-c 4 iz 11 ek .. o ' , 'ii 1 UN - 12? . 65" Q if ww sf. fi' we Nr M. , .,. . . . r m 5 P fx 3 fi 45 R h A f if . 3' " Haw A 1 A Q v i. . kiY,.fN X' s f Q i Qian Xt he x 'C x x 4g ' W 1 3' .. . Q 5 In ,,.. X, 4 l elif' v i g 1 t 1 x . . A H Pi' H . K K - 21 1.-. ' ec - . E v by iv A. Pm' , 'cf' sf.Z'Hii'."' Q sf 5 APS - 4 'NRE , ,smx X 'fe , 5 N K L' - ' X. if 9 fa tr- V. X A K Y NJ J 'L L l " A f . H. 3 xx i SF x -lt ,-. A ,i K X ' J . Q ste X L ...M 4 X if if N M44 .. J K, R ' s . Q W ,. J Q J. N J ' , ix A S ty l ,if .3 fx f,.s s . , 4 N . ...Q .5 t , as Q.-..' c , , N, ss, N be 1 X, 4 I S' 'yi at 4 Q31 .. t- 5. i . 2 sr - A me. .J J lil' i. . Y mt -5 Qi .si gf? I KN if , t . if, 1' i' ' pe' r 2-, N if 3 I M 4' f' 1 at x-.x Q ,s X 'D s 2 Sui if gf C it 0 ?., If JQTK A f ee. 'TP' ' S, -:is X if -X X "', , N ,,, .., 9-S , 'I' 'fr 3 2 x 'N' K A I, QI' W-:..,,,,,, 1 :Near Q. E an I S3 X A 1' Q L N ig? A .f ,rx fi, in Siophomores 4 ,AQ ' , -C5 R 7 ' 453, ' v i- , S ,. N . rere ' K fyis' s . z fx' it i A , tht ew r" vi A In 'K -. ix? 5 C s 5 ,+"5aM3El . N X. -, X , 1 , .X k Q Q A f . i -- ' r if., i Q ...K C ' A 5 R V N "AN H fzf-fa e sr. , . i '- -ms: ...-A Q CV X .f j 3 Q: ' ' - K: A J ,Q K Q if-ig . Ll - .. B 5 N Y S' ' ii? I -' Q N.. , . NC' F' tffo"'i' - 'K - -' f""i C ff- -'P , , . fe ',..'-swf, ,L "W k , ' R 335' gf 1 R X ., ga in s ' wk Q3 k.. df .1 ff K ' ww Q maui' P . W? 31 we i is A ii ,urx jp KA' YS' X .ak w . X ...wnaim ' iv: ,-...., 'WP' vs -r r Q.,, A C 1 Q" - X Sis ,si is ' ne w 1 r Q' Bill Pruett Bob Pruett Dawn Pruett Don Quarters Linda Questo Cathey Quiialvo Monty Quinn Steve Quintal Ted Racho Mike Rafferty Rick Ragsdale Sandra Raines Gino Ramirel Betty Ramsey Debbie Randolph Paul Raquel Cynthia Ratcliff Melissa Reaves Rick Reeder Virginia Reese Robert Reeves Randy Rekow Robert Renner Lavina Repka Terri Retherford Mike Reuscher MaryEllen Reusswig Angie Richwine Harriet Rick Randy Riggs Ray Righetti Duane Rippey Stacie Rivers Gordon Roberts Ronna Roberts Charlene Robertson Bob Robinson Dave Robinson Donna Robinson Vickie Robles Robert Robson Dianne Rodriguez Janey Roeser Tony Romero Cathy Root Jo Linda Ross Sandy Rowlan Christine Rubino Karen Rubino Barbara Ruiz Vicky Ruiz Alice Rundle Mark Rushing A Phillip Rushing Janice Rydel Wayne Sakai 171 Debbie Salisbury Keith Salisbury Carey Samuelson Claudia Sanchez Ron Sanchez Cheryl Sanford Bob Santos Sue Sapien Guadalupe Sarabia Pete Sarment Steve Sartor Chris Soudie Wesley Sawyer Karen Schaafsma Glenn Schaefer Robert Schaeneman John Schamber t Jim Schneider Steve Schneider Q . ' JL N T., ff- K X it Si 3 1 3: J N S . ":' s .ie ' ' I ' A W 2 5 . . ff' J: N N me- ,L -g?2, il. 3 ,R V x L W A essff safgfy 'if ew' A 5:54 N l,ll .y S , Q :f f A Q5 N, ALM K ' . W ' ' .Z on ' J . ' M. V . ' 2 'i l s .. S fe et Su ssex ' Q, I fi was Linda Schneider Lois Schoenlein Mark Schon Janis Schreiber Rick Schrieve Timothy Schultz Becky Scott David Scott Diana Scott Julie Scott Linda Scott Sandra Scott Jack Scrafield Mike Sealy Danny See Carol Seeley Sharon Seibel Cothie Seifen Daryl Seifert Denise Self Kathy Self Art Sellers Jay Shannon Kathy Shaughnessy Mark Shaw Rich Sherman Joan Shimakawa Randy Shipes Ron Shriver Bob Siegfried Bill Simmons Earlene Smith Harry Smith Jack Smith Karen Smith Kim Smith 172 rf' ' l 'N ifffiifaz W. 1 -, SA.. Xa s i A .A - X 3 t If 'Ls LSA -iw 'f , . 'J qw, M . fr wr. ' 'f .A ,W . i '- me-" , -e i. 'Ni Q Ls 4 , vi MW .vw Q-J ,sttgm CYP' .N ' ' gy: A uf ' a tfeif ' K . . S X' ' if .QQ Si? H- '- ' J ig if 'gf S es A 1 S fi . t.,a,, . ' .msese:?.q..susd?i . 'Ax f""' V fir Q - . -3 -wiv. y: X ' .1 A Z .M V ' N.. S . . f - . . h L W xc- - X Q . U A 11 W .1 ,. A r es. A Q b is. ..' li 'H Q l f S, 1 R it . V - X 1 x p rx! . Q , U K. s s..s , e- ,,-. Q. R QS' ,Ms . - fi.. X F Sophomores jug' .. Qt" T J ' . 1 S we ""f x.s,i,f "W , .C ' S Niue:-ai .-T.- , 43. .. L 'K ,W 'tp A e 4 63,6 Q .- . ut 3 'Vs Vi W, L M' , so W , I-X 2 S e 1 V L 5 S M X : Q - ., es S Q. .Lg ," ', N X15 .- . s 'I x ' l ff . ' S , W ' , .5942 1, P' T v E n ew -- W 1 Q X fi S K' e ' if lt' A ' " 5-f T5 ' ,,,, X X - , ' wfk Q-: s 4, A S Q i ' b.,. . "Jaffe: " , . , F Q N f , ,A W. Qf' ,. s'.,'it'fff.qJ.".r fsllik , f???fi?fi-:1f ff:.Q'fE f ff, 3' V- if S J J:-H ff. N f J , wi, , 5 4 N w K A i A x K , :KRS -- . eine K R - M . 1 ' N I W if . . ' x ' Milf' R s . B xi. ' Q I . we C - if we .. as 18-fees, f gy . -, s , Qs Q- "ll ' ec -. --1, ,,.- ip: E' -1: , ' i J -.X S s ' , iw!!! K .nel J mfg, n I We ,K K K - R x 1 ,Q ... . -N X, -0 ,ax Q. . .1-4. w , , ' . RTX X . ' in fi 1 2 'ii' 3 'Q' 15' YN 'QTW3-"4 f - n?1r,s...M. fn- e S s - K -' ' ni- . my -' '- t 4' xx' , , x get A fs. ' I . E5 . Q X . ewe s.. is Q. 'X , f , , ...,. . ,sox- ' s e s C - ,f 'T J :fm , . ,fi so S Q lg at in 2' 4 4, N w-A 1 ll ll K k ek 1. J , L 44 Q L Q I r Q i f . 5 M ' is N .eff-QSC be . ' X,,. . 1 J six K - , N- ,r X X T 5 Linda Smith Mark Smith Pam Smith Phyllis Smith Susan Smith Norma Snow Glen Soares Les Soares Jeff Solari Ernie Sopp James Spanos Jackie Speck Marcia Stack Libby Stamper Steven Stein Lucille Steinwand Gary Stever Jacquie Stewart Ray Stewart John Stipe Jim Stoker Leslie Stone Tim Storey David Stovall Robert Stover Eric Stubenberg Lee Sturdivan Becky Sullivan Danny Sullivan Pam Sun Pal Surplus Ellen Sutton Rand Swenson Stan Tackle Jeanette Takahara Gay Takeda Warren Taylor Steve Tener Pam Tennis Laura Theobald Alan Thaeborn Aileen Thomas Randy Thomas Gordon Tomsic Boyd Thompson Charlie Thompson Darlene Thompson Jeff Thompson Susan Thorpe Tom Thorton Becky Tiffany Jeff Tirapell'e Cindy Tofanelli Charlotte Toffmire John Torchia Patty Torre 173 Karen Townsen Peggy Tay Sylvia Toy Sandy Trede Steve Tremain Myron Trigg Pat Trotter Tim Truex Darel Tucker Wayne Tucker Diane Tunquisi Beverly Tupper Russell Tupper Charlene, , Turnbeaugh Barbara Turner Frankie Tuier Larry Tyrell Rick Vail Ellery Vallery Teri Valverdc Ray Vanbuskirk Christine Vance Jim Van Dyke Sally Van Dyke Mary Van Matre Mike Vanoiti Sandra Vargas Loretta Varni Cathy Vassar Ed Vaughn Kathy Vetters Jamie Villanveva John Villarin Judy Vineyard Christine Vorse Carrie Wager Susan Wagner Karen Wakai Laura Walden Mike Walden Greg Walker Harold Walker Juanita Walker Rodney Walker Mike Wandersee Colleen Ward Lynne Ward Brad Warthan Nancy Watson Grover Weatherton Brenda Weaver Gerry Weaver Linda Weaver Linda Webb Rick Webb Ben Weed 174 X 4 X " st ' as 2 .si ' ' . . ' f X s f L t E ' N 2- '. ' 2- . -Q' ' K 3 rr. -' f ' x Z N. . .f S : K ,a N Ar X g , N L L Af.. - N g es - 5 5. H ' ,,...X 7,5 X, rr gi - 5, ev- Ng gr. , - ' - ef 1. S ' . X : . w s a ' gg ., - s x r . :fx ' ' A 'g K f frs ,.- K S I ga, S .. 1 - 1 ,Aw - .asm y.erx..i.-3 ., V ie- f'5'r l v ! ! ' W I L l X sf" ...r - -. J 41 X- :Z - , at 1 i-W ' ,. . . g 31 5 1 5 1 5 2 gh. A gf, f L 5 X R 1 X W F' 9 s J ,e '., I 1 - rg! 4 , 'l 1 Q ., Q iw V K Q . . J L .. ig. .sv 5 . i sr-: . . 0 ' My at - - 5. K: Q . nw. - - X 1X A ,.. X iff' l 1 sf Y. 1 .V Sa. 315. ."' . X nm 7? R .s , Q Q " szzzgzkz vf if X N t 'f : -S . N .- r F -s Nw, J Q 1 f rw 'Ni . Xu M we i Gnd' ., " N e'.X 'X' ,.,,. ' J-A J ,XV in '- urs 5. ' Silk J -. V J. 4 ,g 53 ,N , 2 r 134 Rexx' s . -'Z ' "A'..:"2'1- . . ,K A' X. W g 1 .-- V . ::' 5 ff .5 .W h " . r N1 W V k ef if kr... k 'I-fl K 85 .gc g t gi Q. if S X 9 ,M stx vx X lil .M ,As 3 , X 3 r it .Q ,Q , N W , K e A v 1 In i A Q Sl V M W QM' N. , lf in ' fl f Q N er s Sm xx .M . V l Sophomore S i Q .mg f ' : M 'K 1: Chris Weilburg i W Q QQ ' K Q, i Norbert Weis if A ff " ' H . QM Q Q if , 'Q 'Q W , M' Q Mark Welches 'S ai, Y 53 Qs Q , .. , Q. 5 -2 if i Q 54 iaiiiQweiis o 5 Y '5 Charles weus i ., Y ,Q ee ffnnpf' ' -21. rv . si " 'af I fQ Q 1 X , Q Sq Q Larry Wel s so - ,W 1 2 Q . .r,. fi L f wa- Q i 1 ' ' "" 1 ' f ' V -r Y ,,, in-f as-ar .qw so--or ,. Debbie Wendel Chris Werfelmann Debbie Wesley Dianne Weslcoll Claudia Wesiman Robert Wheeler L i 'I V ' I PaiWes1 N S5 Q L ff- me L . ""' 'f of Y is X X . si Q4 L i i -T Ted Whiie li E Z X 5 QQ - ' Qi1 'Pfq Nxigf ' xi, 1 Q, ' Debbie Whiitemore 4-. ,AJ x L+' fic L ' . ii i l L ai, - SA. to ' Don Wight Q, L za , A Q w Q, gd - 'f . ' 7 LQ ii X Q 'i', Joe Wilkey Q , QQ i' . QQQQ Q ' - QQQ ' - ' ' 'X' I -an Lesley Willard fl iss Q 2 ' Carol Williams xx Q! -gk -. ., Q N i i Chris Williams s fs. .es a s , ' : X 'ke A. Q S Ni, . -. - , '- ..,-4:3552 rf ff i ' "' .W :N 11316 " ' W ' ii' f K N ' viii?" - MM - ,ssc .Q . li " J' , , Q X '-- 1 . T L ' Q fi l ' Randall Williams P me ' QM QQ Q - ' , Shirley Williams X ' Q" , Q ' Q QQ .cg - Q Qs ' ff. ,. Q M . Bob wiiiis QQ . , ,.,. i QQQ ,- Q ii, . Q SAQJLQ -Q ii 3 Q, ' Q. Ron Willis i l .Q, i s L WE K ' E, ,L ' E, 'H 5 Andy Willison -' Q , X fs Jud illms ii i Q Q e ,... i . N ' urgc1Wi son Q -- 'Fi .Q fl ' ,L f R 1' - Axiom- ' li ' ' Scam .--,e -- ' i it ' - 'ff ' '9 . fi . A K - ' -- ' 4- ' ' ' QQ Q Q , 4 in f fy" Q Q Qi Q E Bernice Wimberly A I 'HQ I X 1 ,, . Greg winciieii QQ M i ' . 'Q 'E' 5 li! A Pam Winchell QQ Q ,.Q,,, Q f i ' Ronald Winter . . . I ig X I 5, ,i-...N Joan Winters aff 1 f Sherry Wise i Q 'f i .5 3. Q David Wiizke .. f' ' ' W i f f ob ? . oo if i nu- own 'W iiQ4fg.,,, ' A Dennis Wolfrom Q -:Q Q Peter Wonder 7,, Ag, Q Q " Q ' Melody Wong ' 2 ' ' K -if 'K , i f Kay Wood Q - A Y Q v as Q Monly Wood i iqgiii Q Q i Mike wwison i Q Q lx Qi Q " r- Penny Woolcock ,.g,7Q Q by QQ D... ' f Q.-1 . ,, MM , : bfi' N ' X I P Al li' .fi ' it x 1 i L -- Vick Wooten X Q' v, Q A , Q f .Q Q ,J ' Virginia Workman ,M .. If , i' i V 1 Q ' I an G' Q. Sandy Wright F 1 ' il.. - 7 L 5 1 3 L . .- Ben WU W Q P R ' M Dean Wyatt ,V ' K N ' K i Q QQ . QQ Michelle Wyatt , . rr .- Q .e Rl Carol Yamada , F' A 3 4 Q az. ' . Q Vivien Yasui 'ii ' Q Glen Yborrola H L in i Q , . , .1 ,Q. Q Andy Yep me 'W , Q -ea A XQ 'V Q- i John Yim . , " sf, 'W ,jf ' i - Dona Young z s 1 . QQ Tina Young ' . Q Q QQQ Larry Zacharis Q QQ Q5 ' ci. 1 N - Q QQ ' T kQ,Q . 4 ww .. Q, X-QQ Q fav, 'Q' Q ' 'we:1i12gi:wff ' l75 David Zemecnik Fredric Zeiter Steve Zerweck Cindy Zimmerman Steve Zovickian John Zunino 176 2 -. A f Em ' dl'-t Q... , - -'ff if- . , V. t g.. I 2- X 1-1 . f ' 'fe V. H5 -1 .. .Y in ...ei ' F ':" Q S ii Not pictured: Dean Atherton Rebecca Brownfield Frank Cannon Danna Cowdery Martin Davidson Steven Deverell Bart Dolman Carolyn Dutey Gloria Eatmon Daniel Elliott Michael Evans Thomas Gantt Frances Geske Daniel Graves William Griffith Dan Harlow Harold Harris Donald Huntley J 'FF' x Wi 14" g , as MQQN ' s Charles Jacinto James Johnsan Yvonne Jurado Priscilla Leions Teresa Lindeman Christine Markel Steve McFarlin Dicke McReynolds Daryl Morales Collen Page Jesse Parks Amil Sahyoun Jeffrey Smith Charlotte Tofflemier Gordon Tonsic Sally Van Dyke Roland Weldy William Wells C. 9. F. Fall . . fi, ,W . ,XRTIIW - . . , , l l Front Row: W. Holmes, R. Epstein, C. Canote, P. Lee, A. Hayashi, J. Shimalcawa, S. Judson, J, Caro, S. Toy, P. Toy, S. Newstrom, S. Raines, D. Fong. Row 2: W. Taylor, K. Smith, G. Joice, C. Pretl, R. Thomas, L. Stamper, M. Chase, D. Nishida, S. Bannon, C. Seeley, K. Bowman, A. Chrislofferson, L. Lew. Back Row: K. Nishikawa, K. Moerman, S. Proulx, S. Zoviclcian, R. Schrieve, D. Wendel, L. Tyrrell, L. Doscher, S. Tremuin, S. Kubota, C. Yamada, C. Moffatt, J. Demos. pring ss... XL!Al ,ja 1-'T' ..-fx Front Row: C. Canote, P. Lee, A. Hayashi, G. Ybarrola, S. Judson, P. Tay, S. Toy, S. Raines, J. Shimakawa, H. Fargo, C. Moffatt, A. Hannay, J. Demas, J Scott. Row 2: B. Epstein, D. Blair, R. Schrievie, C. Williams, K. Smith, C. Nielsen, G. Graham, V. Nauyolc, G. Joice, N. Burger, S. Funkhouser, P. Bynum, S Bannon, C. Seeley, S. Newslrom. Back Row: S. Proulx, L. Tyrrell, D. Wendel, R. VanBuskirk, K. Nishikawa, L. Lew, L. Moresco, M. Chase, L. Doscher, K. Egan M. Glenn, C. Eley, K. Guntert, S. Rivers. QE? K3 QZ,Qff'ff,fm 9q RJ ' il? W4 WU w XY MW 713. AJ.l..35 . . fig- ' -.5-, ,, ,X 4 X ,r-:WW rf'-' ' f- ---Y ffU W Xgfp YE Q WAC A 035, ,effgg NW xy? U94 14150 ab X4 OW WK f 4' ELM Qi, , Q qfpfn Q , , Wpggfov UIQ, 65,5 if O' 0 LW ' maj' 1,914 if Aa if uw 0 5 ' 2f2mfE? 2236 5?,f3QfQl I , Uffayulz 4221, A gf To M M S - 5 kbi, I C! ? , E, "Lg fg- f . " 'fif+gi'-i ,. g-55:-LS ' Zi", , - - W..--:,T:!r4 .krf A V 'EEF ffgscf2""':- ' " -Q 35" :oi1i'f?,fTg ' Rallles Ru mbled wnlh Enlhusuasm l 5 r, Y Vi .4 Kings vs. Bellermine Bells Franklin Exchange Rally -Coach Goh 1. ' 'YB 1 , L ' K . 1 M , ,nity - N' A eil' ' i , f lf., if X- .QN ' , . K ,W .l' ff' N if . r' 'AQ , 1 'uf 4 T L. I Greater participation and fresh ideas improved the rally agenda and laid the foundation for a better year. Enthusiasm rose with each addition to the spirit activi- ties. More originality on the part of the committee was a maior factor. Fair weather at the start of school provided the chance of having three outdoor rallies. Also, a rally previous to "kick-off" in the stadium for the Cubberly game was a novelty. All together, '68 set an example for the future. Harry McCarty escorted by Jerry Smith een Club Eohoed Sounds ot' Change Monthly dances received a change this year. All responsibility was shifted from the clubs to a committee backed by the city. Teen Club, a city wide experiment, was incorporated to better the recreation for the students as well as to take the load off the faculty. Despite a rough start, the committee began a campaign to strengthen the Teen Club. This addition to the school activities provided the foundation for "In- volvement." F N 183 Variafion Highlighied Assembly Year 3 . The Uniied Siaies Army Field Band featured The drum seciion. 4 4 The Tyroleans "fought" to music. 3 is I t fl il - Jerry Carney captivated the audience. A varied assembly year opened to the "National Anthem" played by the United States Army Field Band. The 'I30 piece band known as the "Kings of the Highway" played a medley of songs and featured a clarinet solo and the brass and drum sec- tions. The next assembly featured three young men from Austria called the Tyroleans. They entertained the student body through the use of song, dance, yodeling, music, and attire. Jerry Carney, a hard-hitting ex-convict who represented the Seventh Step Founda- tion, stepped upon the stage and declared "I love each and every one of you," and 50 minutes later left the stage to a stand- ing ovation. He spoke on prison life from the inside looking out, and of his beginning in a career of crime. Clubs Created Parade Entries Front row: S. Moore, Press, D. Lobosco, Z, T. Hull, French, V. Lee, HiPi, N. Wong, AFS, K. Freccero, Wheel, S. Williams, Archon, L. Gainza, Red Cross, Row 2: C. Minetto, Rally, L. Carlson, Sales, C. Sweet, Key, M. French, Roundtable, T. Newberry, Science, C. Hackley, JCL, V. Spanos, GAA, C. Barrett, German, B. Fiscus, Choreo, P. Kroencke, International, Row 3: C. Babasa, A Cappella, L. Sarcander, Thespians, W. Eakes, NFL, B. Yang, Political, K. Demas, CSF, L. Moore, NH5,'M. Westcott, Spanish, D. Raichel, FTA, L. Cathcart, Bowling. For the first time since Stagg started the tradition of a Victory Day Queen, student judges outnumbered faculty iudges in the selection of finalists. The change was made at the recommenda- tion of the Victory Day Committee which felt that the new method would be fairer in selecting candidates that would be the choice of the student body. The panel of iudges consisted of five new teachers, three sophomores, three iuniors, three seniors, and the foreign exchange student. They iudged on the basis of personality, appearance, poise, and intelligence. Each of the 27 semi-finalists had to answer two questions picked at random from a list of 30. Questions ranged from "What do you think of the new constitution," to "do you know the Alma Mater." The final queen selection was done by a vote of the student body during period four immediately following the Victory Day Assembly. Chris Forester and Ann Donalson. Jiri .... L- rg Af , fflr e VY fifties? .-at fi .c FB. Q u -W - sf 'Q W - if V ,sf F , lsefy' 2 ... . ...eq ff- r x 1 L Q ,E 5 . m Q sg f .v J. 5, A 1 .Fx 1 if K . A '. Q. 1 ' Bruce Kolihu, Richard Pruto , I A im 1'-xgrfz X :QV t Q5i'Q.!l '- Nancy Wong, Vickie Lee, and Paul Chun f 1 Shakespearean atire Entertained l Mike Butler, Hugh McAdams, Jae McKee, Chris Lanthrop, David Bell Yells, music, a skit, and the presentation of queen finalists comprised the Victory Day rally. In a well-written satire, the Stagg players took the form of "rugged football players" in the guise of Shakespearean characters. Participating on the "team" were such dis- tinguished names as Hamlet lDavid Belli, Macbeth CChris Lathropl, Richard the Lion- hearted lMike Butlerj, Julius Caesar CHugh McAdamsj, Falstaff lTerry Smithj, and Cleo- patra lKathy Miltonj. Rounding out the cast was "Coach" Joe McKee, and a troubador played by Bill Humphrey. For the close of the rally all eyes turned to the center of the gym for the traditional spotlight presentation of the five queen finalists. Hugh McAdams S3-5' nun 'X all Kothy Demos escorted by George Xcnttopoulos Christy Sweet escorted by Tod Ruhstoller Kathy Freccero escorted by Mark Hammer Sue Williams escorted by Terry Toler Lonnie Moore escorted by Richard Drovdol Medicine for Edison Won bg G.A.A. Press C . JH Thespicns C.S.F. 'NTAXX X Z Club 5:1551 F Q V 4 "Stagg's Medicine for Edison" set the theme for the Victory Day Parade as clubs exhibited long hours of work in the form of hypodermic needles, doctors, and pills. Parade winners announced at halftime during the Victory Game included: G.A.A., floatg A Cappella, decorated car, ancl Rountable, novelty. This was the second year in a row that G.A.A. won the float competition. G.A.A. A Cappella Roundtable SHUI! if -of ,W 1-fQ J.. 'N 74 ,' 'Xt sv, 'L f f f . ig L.y ', Q x - i 1' 0 A if . I A H 'bs "' - 6 X: ., T .L,'X',. 5.5 7 r '1 1 L I XE 1' 1 3 1 ' 1 A 1 J L I ' ,Q 'X N I ne v . 51' ' "' Q-' ,, v,..n. . 3' , f . fc m, ur: la- , As, 'SS fam mia i V f-'. fig lx Y-, .f,,?ax M. 'f-:kg 'Q S-,414 , mu kilt -1-H,fzx , gf? , N K , Q on , iw +5- gf I Xb. ..,kxyvJ-int! 'Ay , . ,,agf"'AwT' If-f'4 V I . x ' V ' I 1 , . 6' ' ' 'T1."'- N- -5-f fig? 'S ,wa fa 3 5, X NW qi S , 5 I ' jf' x X X N L an ' i E X x Cx 'F 2673 faff iff? 'f yu!" Wf., ,fY4w v Qfsff 'S I 1. H. " ax ' 1, EN? Q Q 9 ! X if 'x 1 Yf4ff"x 4 Rogal Couri Kathy Demos CSF Ch risty Sweet Key Lonnie Moore NHS Susan Williams Archon A+-'H g L. Wheel Club Rogalig Kaihg Freccero ii I fx '-1 Silver stars, a nineteenth century gazebo, and wall to wall murals depicted a historic scene at the traditional CSF Christmas Dance, December 'I5. Chair- man Ken Jenkins and his committee chose "An Old Fashioned Christmas" as the theme for the last school activity of 1967. The unique decorations were cre- ated by decorations co-chairmen Kathy Demas and Priscilla Taylor. As a special momento, Crete's rov- ing photographer took souvenir shots of the yuletide couples. Three hours of lively music was provided for the dance enthusiasts by the "Jackson Round- house" of Manteca. Seniors Bridged Generation Gap The class of '68 completed its third as- sembly with an entertaining rendition of life in the Twenties. Tom Biddick directed the entire produc- tion, which included Terry Hull crooning to "Baby Face"f, Larry Long cmd Ron Green as old time gangstersg Bill Legg and David Groom as iokersy Cindy Slater singing "Thoroughly Modern Millie"p and Tod Ruh- staller, Diane Coleman and Tupper Hull as drunken hooligans. A finale culminated the production as the cast answered the call of Professor "Harold Hill" Butler, who ex- pressed the dangers of a pool table in his rendition of "Trouble" from "Musicman." f K Juniors Visited the wild West w sc -,., Through the use of a magical, mys- terious time tunnel, the iunior class transported the audience 100 years back in time to the "wild and wooly west." The scenes ranged from singing Siamese twin sheriffs in a bathtub to "brawdy barroom babies", from the strains of "I Wanna Be Loved by You" to the harmony of a barbershop quar- tette, and from the coolness of a bliz- zard to the heat of'a hilarious saloon "free-for-all." Sophomores Presented Winning Assembly For its winning contribution to the annual assembly competition, the Sophomore class presented a "Sym- phony of Life". The symphony's move- ments were based on four dilterent ways of life, a businessman, a school girl, hippies, and soldiers were de- picted. Each character's thoughts were projected on a screen to gain a visual elifect, Talent displayed in the production included: baton twirler Ann Hayashi, dancer Melanie Bray, and band mem- bers Mike Perez, Bruce Koliha, Doug Jan, Bob Epstein, and lan Lockhart. ' f as Wonderland Characters Took Shape Preparation for the Junior-Senior Prom began early as students gathered in homes to make decorations. Junior and senior class members labored on giant papier-mache characters and toadstools in order to reproduce the wonderland that Alice entered when she stepped through the looking glass. Couples Danced Through The Looking Glass Couples danced to the music of the Sweet Wine in "Wonderland" at the Junior-Senior Prom which was themed "Through The Looking Glass". Prom goers entered wonderland through cu giant looking glass that was placed be- tween the two gyms and were greeted by Alice, the March Hare, and other Lewis Caroll characters throughout the evening. pf, l . 1 Q' g . -- :F kim Qs , r I , rs F. - W 1 L I x . o . , 1:5 I xg ,W 5 . ... . "L v ff a ' .0 igy. 5, is sid I - v 1 5 f' , 1' x f . . 'il-X' 31 'fL4b,.,, ,. ,W -..--,...,,- i-3.2 Q' --,Ya . - . - is ,I . ,A I , ,, , A w axy 1 V - Mya ' A . A f, 1 4- A , , ., Nw .,,.qw-My 3,5 1 Y m 60. .I vb 5535? . gm I ,.. r- - , , y-V V ,, V , --A-. V. X . , V' 'QVVV V . ! QU V L .. V. rVVq1VV 7 Y V ,V , - f - ,, fi V. V4 V J fi v J ,js .Vi '1 -.Vt ..- -.LI -' - - -1"-. V VV - ,V, .,,.,.,,. - , - VV V , , .. .-V V ,V.z , .V . V .V ,V . , , ,, .ning 'Z sr. V . , ., , , , V , V, .Vi VA VV VV Y. Vx, . Ai ii---7 -Vl .V ' -, V, -L 'L -5 ' .J A' Z -fi-7,-3:4 lf' - .V-,VV "ini I '- - V V Q, ,V :,V ..p,:VV-I, f' 1, V ,':' ,V rin .,- -- V: 3 4 l , ,V Q -- V V V5 V-V -ilwr ,l A gli .,-wpq VV V. Vf- V--L V V.V-, ,Vx V VV rg V53 V - VV- - V V j,,,,V-1, 1-J VV ' Y if ,nj Vf:'ff"f-j 'l 'V V --T '- . jf- V - -Q -V 9--,377 1 V -,,, f--3 -'ff I k 4 V ' Y V,-' Hi., V ' f if - f- V A H ' ij, ff- , .V 5 ' - gif, :D fi , ,, V,::':i.:VV--'VV V- , V 'it 'Va A X j , vjjtg ' f - V ' i'f'1' V- VV' 257 " ,Q"': T 5: ' .ii 5" ,i V ' .-- ' ,-.,f- 1' Q.-k'i'f.V,iZ, ',g,s,'-e'.V,-,V 52 V -"H -P' .. ffl- ' V- ,li-f Q,-f fn"""'--- '- fi QV- . ' V" '- - '-g-- XA il -4 5- " 1? if-'-' "V" l f "' ' .g .. F- -' -V "' -Q" -, El- . '--'-'Z V ' . ' V' " , '- U", 7- ' f -11 -:' , V V V , , .- V- ,V .V ' -: 1 . -V-VVVVVVV V- f':.'VV Vw , ,-Q , V. 1' f ,Z,. " ' 'H 15- -V, fi' 55 Q. ,Vai ?-57i4TV:Q- - 1 V. - .VVEV ,-.- VN 5- V. 'A 3.,' .V 5: -- Y : ,-f -V I' L1-'J -,- ' -V - V, -41.2-V::,V '- VV 1- I e' - V-1--:ff - , ,L 2 1. - LL.-:IV-.:, j':','f Vi'-1 - f VVV' V V ,j 'V F21-g'Vi'f,'q'-if'Vf 1" '-V,- T' --ia - 33552:-'S 'J-s. --:.p - f f V' .-1-VVVf:1,-1V:V , .V 4' - V. 1- -V -- --,,-V 2- V ,ew -v -1-: "gg,-1' 1, PV, ' , ?f' - -'-V'-.. , V::.'. 1' -V-'. g 5- f- ' V -3- V '- fff . 1' 'T 'Vf V-'-il," .' Vj, , V ,.., , .. 15'574f" 1 ' 1- - -f---' -- -1 f,-V -.-"C--f V-'VJ ,51,.'+-- --VV -- V V ".V.-V,g --X ' 'V ', V'-.,' V -.,+,"'. 4, ,V 5, ,--:- ,, ,,-:'V-.f.' .V ,,,1-, -VV,. V. -VVVV--V1 V-V1 5--. -V, -V -flu, Ji'-'f' 'V-V' r " x -1' , V A V -f ,-: :,,: 7: ' ", - ,,:,,V Vx: .-, ---- - -f -- 'fs -, V'-fV V- fi" F' "f 3. ' ..V": -.'1V"-V " A' .: -,.,,.V'V-V '- --VV - - 'Q J. 1' f ' 1 V V . V, V ' --,V VV " 'T -V V V.-:V2iiVf-:'Sf "f-1-I: --VV. -V---V. -.- -s - --- - VV- ' - V'-: -'f- V V - 1 :V -,-V,V...,,-- ,- ,VV - LV gr! :. -. -V - " -V-. A: Q 'f ..1,VI. ,V .33 37255- rg - ,. - yzgglu - -'-V-ug:-,-,,--V VV- -""'- - ' ""'7' :..f ,VQV-15-'23,-1 J,-,V .11 -, V - y .V---11.--V-'Q ug V ' 'gi - ' ff-'?L.e5g1.--.V fjV1-gap V .43 -,....'-1:-:Va5f.'i ':. '- V 'L :.' - -- 'iff-' i:V filly V 1 V V -V Vi- ' '-:V V Vf- -L---4 2'1" -V - ',f - ,.' - - i' V' -,.,..'-se,-IVV V : V , - -, - v -VV V ' --gf f W '- -t-6,1 :V . V " V,:V-f?1 1- ' .QV V-V,-A ,VLV1-r-L3-V2V3':-, '-1 - 1---5 ...s-?',w-- 2 V --V'fV -f 22,1 11- V f' A--,511-V ' iff 5- 1' V,-V CV: -1.-V, ,V V ,J ,-- Z:1Vf'-':'E' VV f,V: ,i ,- ", .fi ' 4 -- '15--' '-"FF -'VA V 1 . V . .- -' V' .'.,V'. V ' 'Q 'i ' -:V -,V'LI.1V9x-1.7114-. VV, 'jg' 'F 1 . VV - O - Vfff, 'GF'--D-'-'ff' 5 V--, " '- - -1-it - ff V 4' 2' - ,V',' 5-if 1- , , 1 'V-.V-ifiisf--'rgfgfff'--E-VL 1. f -L-- 2 5 VV " ci?-5 11, gc' 1 ' - '- ' 1 . 5--+ 3- f -Y --1, .giF-9Qt-V'-:J-'Sf-ri-i-4 f f ,------ -- '- --- -V - N- -V f. :-- ., - - V - - -- -f--rf - Q---, Vt'-1--v' -3 1 - :iff -, - - - ' ' -" sf, - - ' " 'V' -':- -' :ev V- ': V VV -f'EZiEQi-,,,,, ' g,V, , VV ,,VT ,'fVa,,:, ',i1V1,,,,-5: -'T-1-:1,,:V --,Qi-'ifZ.ii3? ,ip -gg-,5':"" Exchange Promoted International Relations With a primary obiect to en- courage better international under- standings, the International Club ioined delegations which repre- sented other high schools through- out Northern California to partici- pate in the annual Model United Nations Conference, in Berkeley. President Charlotte Dunn was chairman of Stagg's eleven-member delegation which represented Tun- isia. The delegation included: Rich- ard Herrell, Tom Biddick, Pam Kroencke, 'Debbie Parkison, Nancye Dunn, Bettee Yang, Kathy Wolf, Corey Anderson, Dan McDaniel, and Martha French. ,1 , .1 Model UN- delegates P0l'ld2fBCl- Studied resolutions Delegates waited to leave K ' "" X - Entertaining students from Brazil, New Zealand, Denmark, Norway, Japan, and Ethiopia dominated the American Field Service program. Participation in the annual "Show of Shows", a variety show sponsored by the AFS clubs of Stockton high schools, and a pot luck dinner were among activities which at- tracted AFS members. The club spon- sored an exchange day in which the AFS foreign exchange students from Lincoln, Linden, Franklin, and Lodi high schools observed classes, saw the Senior Assembly, and were honored at a lunch- eon. President Cathy Meyer Sponsor Mr. Gerald Zedlitz I-7'en0h Speakers Covered Culture rf President Richard Prato French Club participated in the Vic- tory Day Parade with a float entry. Stagg teachers, Mr. Arthur Lockheed and Miss Bernice Collins were two speakers who enlightened the linguists about French culture. fd Front raw: R. Herrell, R. Prato, S. Rivers, P. Taylor, C. Meyer, A. Donaldson, N. Padula, B. Bowe, L. Grabel, H. Hull, K. Hull, C. Wootten, G. Sarabia. Raw 2: V. Grewatz, D. Everett, G. Hunt, J. Woodbury, K. Kirsten, E. Marks, S. Gainer, L. T. Hartman, L. Rock, L. Chemas, L. Green, P. Witmore. Row 3: N. Gauthier, S. Williams, M. Mannie, S. Zovickiam, S. Parrish, V. Richie, C. Williams, M. Hedburg, K. French, K. Ferguson, M. Junqueiro, R. Ms-han, K. Cheetham, A. Cnset. t r 1 . nv' Gobloi, J. Passeggi, M. Molina, T. Lim, C. Werfelmann, R. Watson, Tremain, J. Codoni, N. Volpi, S. Back row: N. Feclver, T. Levy, B. Koliha, R. Deleon, S. Prato, J. Bryant, P. Wonder, P. Gotanda, M. Middleton, J. Muzio, M. Yip, A. Chute, D. Musfelt. German, Pokficaf x UHKMQDQ Front row: E. Mendoza, P. Mendel, M. French, S. Lang, E. Grasshorn, K. Taylor, J. Fastiggi, L. Reinking, G. Graham, V. Nauyoko. Row 2: R. Sugi, J. Lim, T. Ruhstaller, R. Moerman, S. Raamsguard, S. Barossa, K. Theobald, C. Barrett, M. Hawkins, C. Bower, P. Bynum. Back row: S. Wyant, J. Obenshain, B. Thompson, S. Hansen, B. Brothers, B. Stubenberg, E. Fortune, J. Schamber, J. Stewart, J. Lim, K. Lonero. ng.. igfs. .mpg i . t L f ' ' .ZAF ' f"N ---.x ,U . K x in VY 'tr ' Q:-4 P0h'fic.9! Under the leadership of president Martha French, and sponsor Mr. William McCormick, German Club participated in the Victory Day Parade, held a Christmas Party along with Lincoln and Lodi, a spring picnic, and a booth at the Fun Fest. Even though only a year old, Politi- cal Club was well on its way to becom- ing firmly established. The Young Republicians and Demo- crats participated in Victory Day with a queen nomination and a car entry in the parade. Speaking at regular meetings were Mr. Mike Evanhoe, Mr. Roger Huckins, and Mr. Carmen Perimo. The politicians also participated in the annual Fun Fest activities. Front row: L. Moore, M. Yip, S. Friddle, D. Lucchesi, B. Yang, M. Payne, L. Lew. Row 2: B. Wasser- man, J. Bambas, K. Wolf, P. Culbertson, F. Inglis, T. Olney, M. Jirka. Back row: S. Hansen, C. . McAdams, J. Nyberg, J. Voyer, M. Minahen, C. Lee, S. Moore, S. Jutt. Mr. Mike Evanhoe and President Danny Lucchesx O JUNIDI' Cfacgfbaf Z eague J. C. L. Donned Togas For Fall Banquet 1 ' - - .ste "NN""'W' ...ss .ss aa.. .as Front row: E. Patt, D. Rusca, G. Hunt, T. Chow, M. Cook, S. Barossa, P. Wiley, C. Hackley, P. Culbertson. Row 2: S. King, M. Sawyer, B. Moyle, K. Wolf, G. Nishlda, F. Inglis, L. Lim, P. McWilliams, S. Collier, T. Cooper. Bock row: F. Polifka, P. Koulouris, T. Jimenez, D. Lewis, J. Nyberg, D. Wichman, R. Lumm, M. Wood, S. Oshima, W. Lathrop, A. Thomas. The study of Greek and Roman history was an integral part of the program for the Junior Classical League. The club was open to all students who were enrolled in, or who had previously taken Latin. The main event of the year was the an- nual fall Roman Banquet featuring mem- bers dressed in togas and sandals, A dec- orated car was entered in the Victory Day Parade. Later in the year a formal spring Roman Banquet was held, along with participation in the Fun Fest activities. President Tony Chow I Qpanfrh 0 WM? H' 1' A ., , Participation in Victory Day, slide presentations, and a guest speaker comprised the activities for 'Spanish Club. The group viewed slides presented by A.F.S. student 'Tod Ruhstaller con- cerning his summer stay in Spain. As the year progressed interested members heard Ruben Ortino of Ar- gentina, currently enrolled in Covell College, speak on life in Argentina and comparisons of customs in Latin Amer- ica and the United States. The officers were, Bob Scott, presi- dent, Chris Caul, vice-president, Judy Lim, secretary and Steve Jones, treas- urer. The sponsor was Mrs. Cullen. Front row: G. Gemigmani, C. Caul, J. Farrier, S. Jones, B. Scott, J. Lim, C. Bahasa, N. Wong, C. Lee, G. Lee, D. Louie, P. Toy. Row 2: D. Fry, M. McCarthy, S. Cornell, S. Wyant, E. Mendoza, M. Yip, D. Lucchesi, P. Wiley, J. Mikasa, J. Fong, D. Juice, V. Richie, S. Bannor. Back row: M. Flores, S. Lew, N. Smith, B. Fisher, D. Groom, P. Chin, B. Wasserman, N. Mann, C. Hensley, C. Seeley. 2ll Cabfornfa Qchofarchfp Fedefaffon Dance And College Dag Highlighted Year Under the direction of President Rich- ard Prima, California Scholarship Fed- eration presented the Christmas dance entitled "Old Fashioned Christmas." Following the theme, the gyms featured store windows of the townsquare, a white gazebo, mistletoe, and candy canes under a "star-filled sky." Participation in Victory Day, spring privilege day trip, and an installation banquet were included in the year's activities. CSF Victory Day Queen can- didate, Kathy Demas, was chosen as one of the five queen finalists. 3.LlHM STBMOLL O 55 sxwvd 1-,ou giz C ,t.r Ross Moerman and June Fastiggi XL, .151 XXV i:'..'.,:1:g2.E,Eu ' National Honor Society participated in Victory Day, and held "College In- formation Day." A Volkswagen covered with real leaves and entitled "Rake the Liefs," was the NHS Victory Day parade entry. Queen nomination was Nancy Wong. On December 27 "College Informa- tion Day" has held, drawing Stagg alumni and Stagg students. Organized by Richard Herrell, the day provided students with "first-hand" information on life around college campuses, col- lege teachers, school activities, housing, expenses, and other topics which usu- ally cannot be found in a college cata- logue. 4 4 W ls yi aku E- , W Roandfabfe Club Showed Involvement at' , 1 . 2 4 sz. "1 , l Bw. Q .Cf . -mln ' ...... ... --o ' , ,,.1.., 'HQ " Q 'A ' lm .gn Sponsor Mr. Ross Carle President Norah Bennington Front row: L. Fradkin, L. Jones, P. Taylor, J. Scanavino, D. Raichel, W. Holmes, N. Bennington, T. Olney, B. Rabin, J. Fastiggi, W. Holmes, D. Nishido, L. Butcher. Row 2: J. Lim, E. Mendoza, C. Hokholt, K. Dent, P. Emery, B. McManus, L. Nishicla, L. Nogare, M. Corliss, P. Mendel, C. McAdams, P. Whitmore, M. Baskett. Row 3: B. Wasserman, S. Keel, S. Carr, F. Polifka, R. Dent, L. Turner, D. Turner, J. Combs, B. Martin, M. French, L. Fargo, C. SchGTer, J. Sheldon. Row 4: J. Nyberg, M. Bacon, K. Jenkins, K. Biorkland, D. Kreth, D. Schamber, B. Holeman, A. Mclnturf. Roundtable continued to be one of the most active clubs on campus, as speakers, community proiects, field trips, and the dawn dance made up its agenda. The various speakers that frequented the meetings included: Marg Corliss, AFS stu- dent, a minister from the OH Close for boys, and Skipper Yee, who manufactures car filters in Stockton. Monthly visits to the state hospital, Christ- mas baskets for needy families, and an Easter party for underprivileged children composed Roundtable's annual community proiects. Qkf s f X Sponsor Mr. Harry Tremain, Vickie Lee Kflfefl GUFITETY and Rick Shrieve Ski Club went to the slopes of Dodge Ridge three times this year under the sponsorship of Mr. Harry Tremain. The president wcls Marcia Gilbeau. T51 .0 1 LA x 4 Front Row: T. Baiki, V. Fidel, V. Milano, C. Schenone, M. Gilbeuu, C. Artozqui, C. Minetto, l. Johansen, L. Caul, L. Smith. Row Two: D. Nelson, P. Kroencke K. Culver, B. Yang, B. Watson, L. Reinking, P. Beardsley, V. Spanos, P. Tsunekawa, L. Jimenez, C. Nloiiatt. Row Three: B. Scatena, J. Romero, L. Ortez T Bicldick, C. Meyer, M. Hedburg, L. Stomper, S. LoHswold, G. Hunt. Back Row: K. Childers, V. Caul, B. Robinson, C. Anderson, J. Senclerov, P. Chinn, D Crlsi J. Bidwell, G. Schmidt, A. Chute, K. Schuler, C. Jackson. t 215 llfafionaf Forensic Z eague NFL Captured Many Trophies Points earned in tournaments en- abled speech students at all grade levels to qualify for the National For- ensic League. When 25 points were accumulated from either debate or I speech awards, students were per- mitted to attend bi-annual banquets to receive NFL keys. The club made money by selling cokes at the monthly dances. Trophies on display .ws . X . r s Q , N.. l Studious speakers Dennis Anderson and David Groom NFL essentials Front Row: J. Garfolo, G. Xanttopoulos, D. Musfelt, R. Thomas, E. Mendoza, H. Moon, D. Gaddoni, D. Joice. Row Two: D. Parker, S. White, S. Washburn J. Lund, C. Covey, S. Lew, C. Caul, S. Quolls, B. Wasserman. Back Row: J. Combs, D. Groom, F. Inglis, P. Emery, C. Griffin, D. Anderson, K. Jenkins, G Gemignini. Theypians S s Thespians' Victory Day Entry Front row: C. Lindsey, M. Rosen, J. Johnson, M. Visger, H. McAdams, B. Sheppard, J. Codoni, L. Sarcander, N. Volpi, J. Klevan, S. Peterson D Duncan D. Stoker, C. Heiser. Row 2: V. Nauyok, V. Caul, V. Postorino, G. Ghiorzo, T. Baiki, K. Anderson, S. Surplus, J. Yost, G. Parrish, V. Tunsen, P Medel S Qualls S. Collier, Row 3: B. Humphreys, P. Mendel, J. Cara, M. Workman, K. Pierce, D. Bryant, C. Ficovich, R. Vail, J. Miller, P. Bynum, S. Funkhauser B Brmtnall P. Fenwick, D. Parsons. Back row: T. Smith, lothrop, D. Ledbetter, G. Neely, C. Fornaciari, J. Whitmore, J. McKee, D. Bell, P. Kendall, S Sheppard K Lonero, K. Milton, L. Schachten. National Thespians, a club for students enrolled in drama, had a busy and interesting year. Autumn activities included a costume hal- loween party, a bus trip to San Francisco, and an initiation dinner in December. Included among the Spring events was a play produced at the Polardville Playhouse, and another initiation dinner. To earn money for the summer convention in Indiana, the club put on a show for children. Fafufe Homemaker? Service Was Rendered .. v .,,.: . f Front row: D. Collinsworth, D. Montenez, L. Kale, D. Clifford, A. Dunn, D. Yip, L. Tupper, L. Chemas. Bock row: D. Emerich, P. Paulo, S. Yip, B. Greenfield, C. Griffin, R. Coleman, C. Wilcox, L. Wells. Installation Ceremony The Future Homemakers of America met on the first and third Thursday of each month. Each n1eet- ing was based on a theme, and members were encouraged to report on a topic. Besides having meetings FHA was busy in other ways. Members visited convalescent homes and gave parties for underprivileged kindergarten-age children. They made slippers and clothbooks for the county hospital. Members were also active in school proiects with a float entry in the homecoming parade, a membership drive, and plans for a snow trip. To finance their many proiects FHA sold cook- books, which consisted of favorite recipes of home economics teachers. Diane Yip sells set of cookbooks to Mr. Hastings Fufure Teachers, QZANC' Sarah Gutierezz Future 'Teachers acquainted members with the teaching profession and brought them into contact with the teaching com- munity. Members participated in an active serv- ice with a clothes drive for indigent teen- agers, a Thanksgiving and Christmas bas- ket for needy families, an art workshop at a convalescent hospital every week, birthday parties for underprivileged chil- dren, and a book drive for servicemen. SLANC lStudent Library Assistants of Northern Californial is open to students who work in the library as student service clerks. Members worked on beanies to sell at football games and sponsored a booth at Fun Fest. Future Teachers' meeting Dennis Callingsworth Front row: A. Williams, S. Smith, V. Caul, K. Bowman, C. Zimmerman, S. Bannon, P. Toy, C. Mathews. Back row: J. Woodbury, D. Dillion, J. Temple, J. Stone, C. Devincenzi P.' Coito, S. Parrish, S. Pierce, V. Pastorine, M. Hemsath. Front row: S. Gutierezz, V. Thompson, D. Lucchesi, M. Corliss, R. Carsner. Rea' Crocs' Enrollment Drive Was A Success s fl. . A ' W . is Front row: C. Anderson, T. Chow, A. Lee, D. Lucchesi, J. Lee, J. Mikasa, K. Matsuo, P. Connor, M. Workman. Row 2: M. Middleton, R. Lee, R. Elliott, V. Workman, P. Osterander, J. Holmes, D. Louie, C. Lathrop, M. Molina. Back row: G. Gemigniani, L. Ortez, S. Williams, J. Voyer, C. Minetto, V. Grewatz, A. Coset, D. Bell. i Danny Lucchesi presents award to Mr. Sargent. Ki .Q-350'-LsI':. tswfix' A .-4.5! Sponsor Mr. Ohler President Dennis Louie Challenged by Edison, Red Cross Enrollment drive collected S600 3 surpassing all local high schools. , A plaque was given to the class with the largest contribution. Members held a party for blind children, donated their annual dis- aster chest, and hosted a county council meeting. The Red Cross victory day entry won second place in float compe- tition. Parade entry Zflec Lois Johnson, Jerry Mason, Gene Clark President Lois Johnson Promotion of good sportsman- ship and safe gun handling was stressed by Rifle Club. Members participated in monthly intra-club competition and attended the annual Sacramento invitational match for high school rifle clubs. Medals were given to top marks- men Bart Bird, Lois Johnson, lan Lockhard, Bill Geary, and Glen Metcalf. Front row: B. Bird, D. Parsons, C. Chong, J. Bambas, C. Wells, L. Johnson, R. Vail, J. Passei, E. Hill, G. Metcalf, W. King, J. Fincher. Row 2: J. Powell K. Salisbury, G. Geary, L. Zacharias, P. Lucas, D. Rogers J. Stipe, I. Lockhart, P. Culbertson, M. Griffith. Back row: M. Delucchi, J. Mason, R. Konrad, R. Lee, G. Clark, S. Wilson, A. Verengo, A. -Aveilburg, J. Gowen, E. Boswell. B70Qf'i', Eowhng Specialized Clubs Proved Successful ,-f"'N' -wel I ....,. - .-., Front raw: A. Johnson, J. Caro, D. Monegan, T. Fiormonfi, R. Mignacdo, H. Kleinert, l. Johansen, l. Varni, S. Sapien, D Basley, R. Lubin, E. Jackson. Row 2: D. Rusca, S. Nagata, P. l.aBeige, S. Head, G. DeGrande, C. Olvera, D. Winkleman, M Henke, S. Kiera, D. Douville, R. Koker, R. Spugean, K. McCook, A. Fukieyama. Back row: D. Freeman, L. Goolsby, T Jimenez, R. Wakeland, H. Malinowski, P. Boom, V. Krein, K. Davis, J. Boswell, C. Davis, D. Musfelt, D. Yerkerk, R. Pollard: Bowling Club, under the N sponsorship of Mrs. Gladys Baker, bowled Mondays at West Lane Bowl throughout the year. Later in the Spring the club's members participated in the Inter-School Bowling Tour- nament. Membership in the Billiard Club carried an extra benefit in the form of reduced rates at Tipton's Billiard Parlor where the faithful "cue watch- ers" gathered once a week. Mr. Doug Preston sponsored the group. --Y Q9 f0f'1' ft jf .M inert at President Lindo Jones Satori, uncler the sponsorship of Mr. Roque Barrera, led an active year with workshops, sketching outings, field trips, and window painting. Members designed bottles, memory stones, and incense burners during the frequent creative workshops. The group sold the wares at the Fun Fest in May. Spring proved busy for the art stu- dents, providing an opportunity for a field trip to San Francisco and an inter- school window painting contest, which was sponsored by Nelda's Employment Agency. I 4 Front raw: R. Codman, S. Smith, L. Jones, A. Williams, N. Cook, S. Carlton, M. Wortman, M. Mittlestead, K. Meiger, D. Mann, M. Michael, Raw 2: I.. White, P. Nichols, K. Miller, M. O'Brien, C. Long, P. Sebert, D. Wolfrom. Back row: G. Jcice, W. Bryant, C. Vassar, C. Lathrop, F. George, D. Tomada,f R. Kaplan, C. Hokholt. Efecffonicsl lndacfnbf Affc Craftsmen Enjog Work Mr. Crowe and EIectronic's Crew Electronics club served as an addition to Mr. Crowe's radio and electronics classes. Interested stu- dents used their talents by making radio equipment and switchboards. Industrial Arts club was a profit making organization. The mem- bers made various items out of wood and metal, and sold them. Mr. Mel Foos was the sponsor and Tom Kiernan was the president. . cf 3 -N Front Row: G. Tillotson, B. Hampton. Buck Row: L. Soares, G. Soares, I.. Boyce, T. Kiernan, T. Greaves. 224 I Qcience, MH' Front row: H. L. Meyer, C. Bambas, D. McDaniel, J. Reddiclt, W. Low, R. Elliott Back row C. McAdams, B. HoIeman,, G. Nishida, C. Anderson, T. Chow, E. McCormick Front row: M. Gillette, T. Newberry, M. McCarthy, N. Wong, P. Tsunekuwa, C. Lee, J. Reddick, I. Marr, J. Beckler, M. Yip. Back row: K. Peterson, T. Chow, B. Scott, M. Toiima, P. Chin, D. Dooley, G. Nishida, L. Lim, J. Muzio. 11" A "B" average or approval of a science teacher enabled Stagg students to enroll in science club. This cIub's purpose was to inspire interest in professional science ca- reers through research experimen- tation, entrees in science fairs, field trips, science symposiums, guest speakers, and general contact with students interested in science. Hipi was a club for students tak- ing Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, and Senior Advanced Math. This group raised money for scholar- ships and decorated the library for Christmas. Publications Promoted Interest Front row: P. Kroencke, B. Fay, T. Biddiak, 5. Williams, T. Ruhstaller, C. Minetto, C. Anderson, D. Lobosco, K. Frecerro, J. Taeger, J. Lema J. Chan, J. Lee, T. Grasshorn, T. Baike, V. Fidel, L. Reiking, Row 2: B. Fisher, R, Prima, N. Lau, J. Lee, L. Jiminez, K. Eley, C. Meyer, V. Grewatz, C. Dunn, L. Wong, G. Nagel, L. Smith J. Hurst, L. Nogare, J. Klevan, S. Judson. Row 3: R. Orozco, R. Mallett, C. McAdams, J. Ginn, L. Fargo, J. Farley, B. Scott, J. Roeser, N. Gctelli, H, Hull, K. Vassallo, S. Moore, A. Donaldson, B. Robinson, S. Newstrom, J. Lippen-Holtz. Back row: B. Harrington, G. Joice, A. Komure, C. Moffatt, L. Manuel, T. Hartman, J. Bedwell, B. Flores, C. Adams, S. Qualls. President Richard Prima Exchange publication conferences and guest speakers created the agenda of Press Club activities. The Lodi Quill and Scroll Society hosted the group to a Christmas conference and party. Press Club returned the exchange with a special presen- tation by Eastman Kodak in March. Members also participated in an area-wide press meeting in Lodi which featured guest speakers. Press Club entered a novelty in the Victory Day parade portraying the "old-time" antics of earlier reporters. Mr. Charles Bloch sponsored the press group. Asa-aaimx ummm. mit rs - , C et..r Qafes' Although Sales Club is open to any student interested in salesmanship, the membership is basically drawn from the sales class, under the direction of Mr. Allan Wong. A student seeking membership in the Sales Club is not responsible for his dues if he sells an advertisement for the Archon. Archon advertising, a queen nomina- tion, clnd "Crush Lodi" buttons kept the Sales Club members busy. Front row: R. Moermann, E. Gini, R. Lucchini, E. Surritt, C. Thorpe, C. Lee, D. Lucchesi. Row 2: J. Austin, L. DalBarba, D. Bennett, M. Dillon, V Linde, G. Kee, S. Flocchini, M. Carr, M. Jirka. Back row: R. Miloslavich, R. Seiss, D. Adams, J. Voyer. Key Award Nomination Was Received , ,ye l Front row: R. Bloom, R. Herrell, B. Foy, T. Hull, T. Ruhstoller, C. Sweet, J. Gorfolo, D. lucchesi, D. Gull, T. Smith, B. Kubota, F. Boston, T. Bicldick, K. Moermon, S. Lew, M. Payne, B. Scott. Row 2: T. Chow, D. Nelson, R. Thomas, G. Gemignioni, J. Bambos, M. Middleton, R. Mollett, D. Groom, S. Wyont, D. Dooley, B. Wasserman, E. Mendoza, J. Senderov, T. Levy, F. Bosley, A. Yip. Row 3: J. Bedwell, B. Scoteno, K. Culver, P. Chin, R. Sugi, K. Nishikowo, R. Proto, G. Xonttopoulos, G. Fong, D. Musfelt, G. Shima, F. Polifko, C. Coul, J. Bryont. Row 4: S. Smith, B. Hall, J. Muzio, B. Koliho, R. Moermon, S. Schon, S. Jones, M. Minohen, S. Kosich, B. Holemon, S. Washburn. Row 5: B. Bonner, R. Muzio, M. Perez, G. Porish, C. Covey, Back row: J. Nyberg, C. Gordet, J. Ford, R. Pollard, J. Lee, P. Wonder, J. Thompson, L. Lew, D. Fong, N. Smyth, S. Proto, D. Lewis. A -Q in .,., I , KX 'N - .5 A, Tony Chow and Scott Wyont print student directories. Annuol Key-Kiwonis luncheon President Stephen Lew Corey Anderson presents Christmas candy to Children's Home. Paul Chin sells football program Victory carriage Following a busy year of school and com- munity service, Key Club was rewarded with a nomination for the Lane Bryant Award, a na- tional award for outstanding club service. Community service involved distribution of copies of the Bill of Rights throughout Stockton, donations of Christmas candy to the Children's Home, a book drive for Erwin Tennessee, and assisting the March of Dimes with its annual drive. School activities included printing and selling the annual student telephone directory, ushering at' all school assemblies, collecting tickets at football games, and printing and selling foot- ball programs. 'Zn " " Promoted Communitg Service Front Row: J. McKeegan, D. Joice, S. Lang, l. C. Hensle Row 2. D. Monegan, J Robinson y. - . , Row 3: N. Goielli, l.. Smith, D. Whittmore, D. Row: P. Smith, J. Fagler, S. Moore, E. Bevan, Marr, K. Freccero, D. Lolooscco, C. Dahlhauser, S. Judson, N. Munn, D. Rnchiel, J. Scanavino, A. Hayashi, C. Dunn, C. Schenone, T. Baikie, J. Lee, K. Bowman, P. Ostrander, D. Bryant, D. Robinson, G. Nagel. Anderson, W. Mclntosh, A. Rundle, R. Murray, S. Johnston, S. Rivers, N. Gauthier, M. Hedburg: Back M. Scott, S. Kell, S. Lottswold, L. Contuercls, A. Williams. 4 "Z" modeled KSQM fashions. Promoting community service, members of "Z" Club gave Christmas and Thanks- giving baskets to needy Stockton families. Each Tuesday members played bingo games with patients at Hypana House. A fall fashion show, attendance at the "Z" Con- vention, and a car wash kept members active. The spring semester began with an in- stallation for the new officers. Participation in Fun Fest, a spring car wash, a dance with Key Club, and assisting with Key Club Luncheons were among activities for the spring semester. ,Q . N. .f - -.sa s s 2 Pfesldeni Diane Monegdn. Bingo games were held at Hypana House Sports and Spirit Were Supported Front row: K. Smith, M. Pereira, D. Martin, I.. Caviglua C McMeechan B Dobbs M Hammer D Hancock D Becker K Freccero, D. Bennett, T. Toler, S. Huber, P. Agdeppa Row 2 G Bloom D Galnza B Scott C Forester E Long R Buck ius, B. Alustiza, D. Martin, T. Morley, G. Forsythe, R Healy J Reynoso R Spurgeon Back row F Taylor N Self R Orozca, S. Huber, S. Tremain, B. Coleman, M. Avila, B Klmger S Tener T Pierce D Nicholson D Rogers President Doug Bennett The junior branch of Rotary International, Wheel Club, lecl an active year ushering at rallies and assemblies, taking tickets at basketball games, and staging the annual Wheel vs. Faculty basketball game. For the first time the boys participated in the March of Dimes, and also held the yearly watermelon feed for the football team. Later in the Spring, Wheel members and their dates attended a barbecue sports- night, and a clance party. Rally wtf' . - -, 1 5 X 4-f""e. Sparking spirit and enthusiasm by participating in rally skits, promoting game publicity, and decorating the sta- dium during football season filled Rally Club's agenda. Victory Day was honored with a float entry featuring Stagg "pulling the plug" out of a Viking's ship. Chris f Minetto was selected as the club's ..M"'- queen nomination. Late in the Spring, Rally members and their guests enjoyed a sport-night L F and dance party. x E Front row: P. Lee, A. Hayashi, C, Babasa, T. Hull, S. Kendall, K. Hurley, C. Rossi, M. Hammer, D. Lobosco, H. McCaty, K. Fecerro, R. Beecher, D. Maccini, B. Alustiza, C. Weaver, M. Wilson, B. Scott, K. Mariani, D. Lucchesi, D. Self, J. Romero, A. Walsh, C. Wager, C. Gardemeyer. Row 2: N. Bryon, R. DeLong, T. Hartman, N. Bunn, S. Gainer, I. Johansen, C. Lee, V. Lee, S. Burruel, J. Marsh, L. Ortez, G. Nagel, C. Schenone, M. Gilbeau, J. Chan, K. Vassallo, N. Gotelli, J. Lippen-Holtz, H. Hull, D. Rachel, D. Shaw, L. Rose, S. Costa, C. Hammer, W. Eakes, S. Stuckey. Row 3: B. McKeegan, C. Canote, V. Nauyok, P. Kroencke, B. Scott, B. Watson, K. Miller, C. Arbios, B. Robinson, L. Lucaccini, L. Jiminez, R. Orozco, V. Fidel, F. Lazano, S. Keel, J. Klevan, L. Dooley, B. Fiscus, S. Gibson, R, Watson, S. Deernick, C. Barrett, B. Rabin, T. Hull, C. Jackson, A. Donaldson, K. Hansen, C. Williams, C. Theobalcl. Row 4: T. Leonard, J. Bentz, C. Chong, P. Mallett, M. Pereira, N. Volpi, D. Turner, C. Schuler, L. Long, R. Green, D. Fong, G. Loy, K. Moermon, T. Ford, B. Harrington, C. Martin, B. Bowe, M. Stone, F. Fong, A. Giometti, J. Garfolo, B. Fisher. Raw 5: B. Fay, D. Parkison, M. Tessier, C. Becker, M. Dillon, C. Hansen, S. Shaughnessy, D. Hancock, C. Sweet, J. Blewit, M. Henderson, D. Martin, S. Ramsgard, C. Gunturt, K. Anderson, L. Manuel, P. Beardsley, K. Gobbi, M. Hedburg, C. Hose. Back row: S. Hansen, B. Estrada, J. Voyer, K. Kirsten, K. Jackson, D. Null, C. Artozqui, D. Becker, J. Smith, C. Minetto, B. Dobbs, S. Williams, D. Martin, C. Cordet, J. Senclerov, G. Weinstein, P. Bellato, L. Reinking, L. Grable, J. Pricola, D. Henke, D. Lane. 4 E r 235 5 1 Theg Earned Respeci Through Deierminaiion Varsiig rl .., 4,4 .h sf Fronf row: Manager G. Tilloison, P. Agdeppa, D. Jasa, B. Vomocil, F. Taylor, M. Visser, D. Bennett, D. Hancock, D. Dearmin, F. Budiselich, R. Healy, M. Avila. Row 2 Novone, D. Martin, G, Wille, R. Deluchi, C. McMeecham, S. Huber, Manager I. Langer. Row 3: Coach Bill Goh, C. Ortez, R. Klinger, B. Dobbs, C. Combs, T. Klein Forester, D. Daniels, Coach Bucl Proulx. Head C0CCl1 Bill GUM Line Couch Bud Proulx 5 Win-Loss Record Stagg 2'l ....... Cubberly ..... 14 27 ....... Oakland . . . . 6 i 'I4 ....... Bellarmine ..... 20 10 ....... Davis ......... 'l4 .4 , 14 ....... Franklin .. . . O 5 28 .,..... Turlock .. .. 6 7 ....... Modesto ...... 27 'I4 ....... Edison ....34 34 ....... Downey . . . . . 0 3 ....... Lodi... ....'l4 C.C.C. Standings The Junior Kings closed out a "medium good" season by placing fourth in the C.C.C. with a 3-4 record and a 3-5-2 overall record. The little DK's triumphed over Franklin, Edison, and Downey and went down in defeat to the Pitts- burg J.V.'s, Davis, Turlock, Mo- desto, and Lodi. They tied with the Stagg J.V.'s and Downey in practice encounters. Halfback Ted Pierce and guard Dan Nicholson were singled out by coach Steel as the team's out- standing players. W L T Edison .. .. 6 'l 0 Modesto . .. 6 'l 0 Lodi .... .. 5 2 0 Davis .. 4 2 'I' Stagg .. .. 3 4 0 Turlock .. .. 3 4 0 Downey .. .. 'l 6 0 Franklin .. .. 0 6 1 D. Martin, T. Morley, C. Markel, S. Huber, R. Buckious, D. B. Scott, H. Henderson, D. Gainza, J. Weeks, R. Spurgen, C. ' Sophomore Coach Bob Steel Sophomore F Q! T- Q---'fs ---rfe-- ' tc iv, X' ba T' is mf YT 'YE or F . f 'RFLP 0 - 6 :Jgwi-.. 4 , , A -lo 3 "z 0' M .1.x. 9, :fir ,J 1 N s r,f, M ,s,,, ... 5A,7Ug2"3Q483Sl!3 ii, ll"' Qba3iiti.-90 ' '82 . A 1 S.: . ' M" if c if 3 fx: J +5 'ae' 3 wfwflv O W MQ -V 'X sy, N x, mai' .K - K ,ogg V .,,p wa, .1 .1 'NVQ P5 A 15221 vi' fit " A ' ' 'sis Q71 ,Q fr- sd er .ws . gg! 30' ig- MSQY 754 ee.-'pt M . Front row: E. Sapp, T. Thompson, W. Taylor, R. Kamibayshi, C. Equinoa, T. Lang, S. Jones, N. Lazzareschi, B. Br Row 2: S. Scrafield, P. Rushing, D. Broderick, K. Meyer, L. Johnson, K. Culber, B. Harper, A. Moreno, S. Tremain, ownfield, R. Leonardini, A. Yep, S. Malloy. G. Hagio, G. Huck, R. Gram, S. Brodie, L. Fritz. Row 3: G. Forsythe, D. Nicholson, B. Cooney, G. Pegg, B. Jarvis, B. Stover, A. Stoker, S. Mackey, G. Palmer, L. Moresco, V. Wooten, J. Cintof. Row 4. R. Newton, J. Colbey, L. Lee, D. Sullivan, M. Wood, Coach Chuck Swimley, Coach Bob Steel, S. Tener, W. Kline, D. Motteucci, J. Bacon, M. Hollowell, R. Thomas. l 23 7 Vieiorg Was A Dream Achieved In Teamwork Senior back Tony Morley ourmuneuvers Cubberly defenders. Joy offer fhe Cubberly victory. Coaches Bill Goh and Bud Proulx survey the DK defense. Herschel Henderson boots anofher one polnfer 238 ' f X 1 Junior end Bill Scott hauls down a Bellarmine defender. A Be WH ,b,. ,V , sy ,. Q A . r' K g 5, x,,3 4. .g,,'., , V. . W, 4 . 1+ s . X t . ., ' ': . " 'ff ' ', . - , - M . f - . , . f 1. as the tough Stagg line holds back the Oakland Wildcats. llarmine back is stopped cold by Dennis Dearmin. "The story of our year was told by our iniury list," stated Coach Bill Gott rather stoically. The first few weeks of play saw the season-long disabling of Tony Morley, Paul Agdeppa, Ron Spur- gen, and Rick Healy. Temporary in- juries were sustained by thirteen other gridders during the course of the sea- son. While the team roster was still com- plete, Stagg racked up impressive vic- tories over two new Bay Area oppon- ents, Cubberly High of Palo Alto and Oakland High of Oakland. ln the next two games the tough Bellarmine squad edged the DK's to even the rivalry at 'I to 'I and the Davis Spartans completed a fourth quarter pass to hand Stagg their first conference loss. 9 Touchdowns Came When Spirit Was High The DK's swung high and shut out Franklin T4 to 0 and trounced Turlock 28 to 6 then swung low and dropped the next two games. The league-lead- ing Modesto Panthers clawed the DK's 27 to 7 and the Edison Vikings de- throwned the Kings 34 to 14 in the Victory day encounter. Sophomore quarterback Casey Ortez made his debut in the Franklin contest after a broken wrist healed. He dis- played a good passing attack that should prove to be invaluable in the next two years. 40 Senior end Dan Daniels snags another pass for valuable yardage. - . . e fn., f .. -suse v eww-M ww Q -. . Q, 'f' ' sv. . t..u.ff,. --f -1 - - , ,kxag V. V, MQ .. ., Aus, .t V .. .e sw- .f ..- 'ff - 1 s 21,2 ' -- we I .s an, Gr., 4 s- Q --N , -.-. 1. ' x ',-Li wff- X ' Most Valuable Back Boyd Vomocil eludes a would-be Edison tackler. Chuck Combs aids Frank Budiselich in tackling a speedy Edison back Most Improved Player Doug Jasa scompers away from on Edison defender. MOS? VG!!-'able Unemfln Ceflfel' Skip Hllbef leeds 'he DK line 09'-'inf' the Davis Spartans. Captains Doug Bennett and Doug Martin lead the Stagg gridders onto the field for the Franklin shutout IVTX N fl ,,,,,..f , ,. . 1 , ' . . .5 W - -,no - 14 W '-, f' .xv ff... 'f':.. 'Q-'v if 1 2 I , .1 .A W 1 , v , fi pf 4.-vt, qw sg M I x -, ' - fa Orr X . "' - Q tif ' X, " . . ., .,-as m In ' V., K N ,. ffif-'u'i ' 'f 35 .QgflE'I 9--1 f T- ., Lf -. 5 ,X f ,..,. , -2, ,-. ,W f'f'Hy. .. ,. 1 .Q-,ugjtk v N lk., QBsfMO+,, M-5415 , 4,11 XS. K ii kai Q 'hx .. x .QL The Delia King line punches a few holes in the Lodi defense. ank Budiselich grabs a TD pass in fhe Downey Bob Klinger runs for cz TD in the Downey slaughter. 243 4 Murray and Molina Lead In Cross Country Front row: B. Koliha, B. Bird, E. Brazil, R. Bloom, D. Murray, R. Randolph, D. Cureton. Row 2: Manager R. Lee, E. Mendoza, M. Molina, B. Hancock, M. Watson, S. Bishop, B. Fisher, T. Ford, D. O'Neal, Coach M. Foos. With the second smallest cross coun- try team in the league, and a building year, the varsity finished fourth, and the sophomores finished third. Sophomore Martin Molina was prob- ably the single most outstanding runner with an undefeated record in confer- ence meets, and a first-place at the 4 Modesto Relays. He also set a Stagg record for the two-mile run at 10:26, and broke the Lodi school record for this event at 10:40. ln the closing three meets of the season varsity distance ace David Mur- ray went undefeated with firsts against Edison, Franklin, and Lodi. Coach Mel Foos described Murray as the team's most dedicated runner. Coach Foos also speculated that the sophomores might have had a chance for second until Donnie O'Neal broke his foot in a practice session. Most valuable runner award went to Randy Randolph, most improved, David Murray, most inspirational, Bart Bird, and outstanding sophomore, Martin Molina. Dave Murray Randy Randolph V O Ed Mendoza and Bill Fisher outdisfonce an Edison runner gr Legion Pqrk, Leading the long distance pack is Martin Molina undefeated in conference competi tion. Coach Mel Foos -. .5 " - g,-if' T. 5 Z. x .. j Y ,L f Delta Kings and Vikings breaking at the start ofthe two mile cross country run. 245 4 Husile And Spirii Led To Vicforg Fronl row: Coach Bud Proulx. Row 2: D. Bernard, R. Russo, J. Sanders, T. Moya, D. Adams, P. Putnam, H. Henderson, B. Scoil, D. Gainza, E. Long M Pereira B. Klinger, M. Tarlaol. Varsiig C.C.C. Standings W Edison .... 'l3 Stagg .... . . . 9 Modesto 9 Fronklin ... . .. 8 Downey . . . . . 5 Davis . . . . . . 5 Lodi .... . . . 5 Turlock .. ... 2 Coach Bud Proul 6 l R-.X Coach Ken Rogers The Delta King sophomores were the shortest team in the league, but they came out on top with good shooting and ball handling. The little DKs broke five and tied two sophomore records. Their overall record was 18 wins with only 3 losses. They placed first in the C.C.C. with a 'l2-2 record. Bill Coleman was voted most out- standing player and Kim Smith was chosen team captain. Coach Rogers also singled out Tom Gacer, Bob Cooney, and Casey Ortez for their fine perform- ances this year. Front row: mgr. R. Rogers, Coach Ken Rogers, mgr. R. Coleman. Row 2: C. Eqlfinoa, T. Gucer, B. Cooney, C. Ortez, M. Schon, B. Coleman, D. Witzke, D. Barton, S. Proulx, D. Nicholson, K. Smith, T. Gacer, B. Newell. 7 xi ,ff I r 48 WF ' Libr? - ,f vffx. Z S f fx Senior Doug Adams scores another basket against Grace Davis. Doug Adams maneuvers around a Davis guard. Junior Bill Scott takes a long shot in the Davis contest. The DK Hoopballers started the season with a team of lettermen: Doug Adams, Herschel Henderson, Eric Long, Mike Pe- reira, Bob Russo, and Bill Scott. These six varsity players of last year returned to form the nucleus of a strong team. In the always tough Stagg Invitational Tournament, the Delta Kings dropped the opener to Lincoln, but bounced back to take the Consolation honors by defeating Manteca 72-47 and Franklin 49-43. Next the DK's travelled to Sacramento to hand Burbank and McClatchy 73-56 and 82-46 defeats. The depth of the Delta Kings was displayed as Coach Proulx alternated the starting line-ups and five players: Long, Scott, Russo, Henderson, and Adams, all scored in double figures. In January, Stagg opened its league sea- son, and, by the middle of the month, posted a 3-'l record which tied them for first place with Edison and Franklin. The DK Hoopers had bumped off Modesto 86- 69, Turlock 77-57, and Grace Davis 57-5l, but lost to Franklin 45-41. 249 " 4 Af' Q ..:2 'f ff fl zu It i x ti: k UC' uw IIS sir. 3? 1'-1 al ' 1 nv n v' 's ' V' FW' Herschel Henderson grabs a rebound from a Lodi player. Soph DK Tom Gacer racks up two more against Lodi After a close 55-51 victory over Lodi, the DKs started the second half of league play. They posted wins over Turlock, Downey, Franklin, and Lodi. The hoopers finished C.C.C. play with a 9-5 record and a second place tie. This season saw Stagg's second entry in the Tracy Lions Tournament. After a ten year absence, the DKs captured first place with wins over Ygnacio Valley, Oakdale, and Lincoln. Herschel Henderson and Eric Long were named to the All-Tourney Team. Team honors went to Eric Long, most val- uable, Doug Adams, most improved, and Herschel Henderson, top rebounder. Long was also named to the Stockton All-City team. Grapplers Took Citg Championship Front row: S. Blei, G. Tillotson, J. Friend, R. Hepperle, C. Pfiefle, S. Komure, R. Prima. Row 2: W. Charters, mgr., R. Robinson, E. Vallery, E. McCormick, G. Martin, M. Visser, B. Bonner, R. Proto, N. Lazzareschi. Row 3: B. Bird, S. Harris, D. Matsuoka, C. Lee, B. Hancock, S. Takeshita, B. Montanez, J. Casenave, B. Daseler, W. Parker. Row 4: Coach Dave Canclini, Coach Bill Rundle, G, Forsythe, T. Prima, M. Romero, B. Wu, R. Newton, G. Hagio, J. Lund, D. Matteucci, S. Garden, Coach Gary Grace. With only four returning lettermen- Mike Visser, Steve Komure, Richard Prima, and Greg Martin-the DK grap- plers built up a surprisingly strong team that was hampered only by inexperi- ence. The Novice DK's took first in the Northern C.C.C. Novice Tournament. In dual meets the varsity posted a 'IO- 6 record. Outstanding wrestlers in dual meets were: Visser 'l5-'l, Prima 'l5-'I, Martin T3-3, Kcmure 'IO-2-2, and Steve Blei 'l'l-4. The matmen earned the city championship by defeating all city ' teams. - In the Stagg Invitational Tournament, 5 . Stagg earned three seconds, with Prima, 5 Komure, and Clyde Pfiefle, and two thirds with Visser and Brian Bonner. In 5 the conference tournament Visser took t - second and Prima third and were al- lowed to compete in the sub-section f fi' J liz' fi tourney where Mike placed second. Y f Mike then took second in the section and wrestled in the state tournament. - t Team honors went to Visser, most T 1 outstanding, all-city, Komure, captain, L all-city, Pfiefle, most improved, all-city, ' . . and Prima, all-city. fi A Head Coach Dove Canclini Assistant Coach Gary Grace Assistant Coach Bill Rundle 252 l 2 , . mg f .' W"q 'MN ...X .gggx is xx 1- Q I J' --.4-A Hustle Was The Trademark For The Future ,- A l Front Row P Raquel T Bryson, B. Newell, C. Equinoo, S. Molloy. Row 2: S. Kosich J Spanos T Pierce S Zerweck V Wooten D Nicholson Bock Row R Paulo mgr S Tener R Thomas J Zunio, M. Schon, B. Robinson, Coach Swimley. What the Sophomore Kings lacked in experience, they made up for with hustle and skill. The infield was anchored by Don Nich- olson at first bose, Chris Equinoa ot sec- ond base, Steve Zerweck at third base, and John Zunino at short stop. Trading off for the catching honors was Randy Thomas and 'Tony Bryson. Outfielders for the Junior Kings included Bill Newell at center, Bob Robinson and Paul Raque trading off for the right field position, and Vick Wooten at left field. Three pitchers combined to make up the strong pitching staff. Besides playing sec- ond base, John Zunio hurled for the "little" kings. The remaining duo was Steve Tener and Ted Pierce. Hopes High For Varsitg Nine Varsitg Couch Bob Chinchiolo Consistent improvement was the keynote of varsity baseball this year. Coach Bob Chinchiolo lost many fine athletes due to graduation, but he felt confident that the returning lettermen and the fine group of athletes from last year's sophomore team should be more than adequate to build a strong squad. Returnees included Doug Bennett, Lou Caviglia, Doug Jasa, Doug Martin, Chuck McMeecham, Mike Pereira and Terry Toler. Moving up from the sophomore squad were Chris Forester, Eric Long, Gene Nilmeyer, Jim Sanders, Mike Tarbat, John Weeks, and Frank Moscato. The Kings didn't lack pitching depth, with the firing action of Jett Jackson, Eric Long, Bill Scott, 'Terry Toler, and Frank Moscato. Coach Chinchiolo said, "This seems to be one of the strongest pitching staffs we've had in a long time. We will be looking forward to holding our opponents to very few runs." 4 Front Row: L. Coviglia, D. Bennett, D. Jasc, J. Jackson, M. Tarbat, E. Long. Row 2: D. Martin, C. Ortez, C. Forester, M. Pereira, G. Nllmeyer J Weeks C McMeechom. Bock Row: Coach ,Chinchiolo, J. Sanders, F. Moscato, T. Toler, B. Scott, W. Weilburg, mgr., M. Abbott, mgr., F. Bosley stat Explosive Nine Blasied Foes A Sieve Malloy Coach Chinchiolo goes over ground rules with Cavigliu. XJ ffl X and Chris Equinou EriC I-Ong umpires, U.0.P. Coach and team captain, Louie Chuck McMeechnm Kings Were Hopeful For Big A Season .L 511, -EA 2 Chuck McMeechum Catcher Louie Cavigliu gels an. Mike Pereirtl Terry Tgler 1 1 Q 1 K xx we -X 14 -, -X x, x X , x X X V - ' w Q 1 , , Q , 1 1 1 1 XR fxf N wx ' ! , ' ' I , , Q Y 1 I I Q' Y T , X K K . xx x X .x I by X' X' g T W ,lx 1 Y. tx' I I 1 rx ly le KX 1 x xx l X 'K K! x 'v v 7 ' l ' l- lx lx l 4 lx I-. ll x x - K X 'x K lg W' 1 A' w' A e r l l " 1 l'e!.l ' Q xl K l E111 , U we -fifiiff iii, i W' if M M ., fi? if Louie Cuviglia af x 3 1, x r kg " e g ,f Q A ' in 4 'S 3 Q lrxk zl X a lif ' - 'RLS ' F 5 9' x' ' -9' . W x the-,N ., ,, K l Doug Marlin blusis to left field Mel Abbott, mgr. Mike Pereira 259 O Netmen Strove For Another C.C.C. First i fivx -Y.. Front Row: A. Quan, C. Caul, K. Flora, R. Lee, B. Fay. Back Row: S. Zovickiun, S. Proulx, D. Adams, Coach Noel Prince The Stagg racketmen were top contenders for the season's C.C.C. crown. Behind number one man, Doug Adams, the team was ready to take on the other top teams in the C.C.C. Coach Noel Prince named Davis, Downey, Edison, and Lodi as the teams to beat this year. Bob Fay and Steve Proulx kept steady pressure on Adams for the number one spot as the trio led the racketeers in the footsteps of last year's first place team. Coach Noel Prince .44- MN... .....W...-.,.- . ....1. .f ,yb,, ,'.x-A - o - 'f' Q. ,, K. ., imol, , , ffa::':Ss4eEfaesa2f2 x,.2gg +1 " Ny, A x,gf:rw.r: Nw- . .Q Doug Adams 2 : of 'Q 'RL n ' ' Qi V iv W- XA v of X X' . "i w, 'X 2 'Q .o X Y X sf A-.A .1 f xi-'Q-'ix ,Q J , -.M-reg. . ., 'nw L A Q , Wxawfflxk 3 -.v1ax:sf.7rJl ,:.x.l, 'xi v ffvswra , :J .Sr X' A ,xx ,:QXff 4 X, N o ,ximfgggxpm.-:fN..: MQ v , o :wks N W. ... Q ,.. .-.V Steve Proulx Bob Fay qu- WEQNQN... . - -'-fvlfv-w42fF'?FITffm bw wof- X X 1'f:.m.w X' f: .wgeaifzrmxigfxfg A-1... , Q. ' . N ozssk F. X o ox nv ,asf ,szbfkm ::.fw2?,2:5f5'1?'.fx.Q."Y:-Q1L'X':1s .f-slot " .- xsf:wxf:ff.Y --Foes' ., .. -- 'af,.aq.f:,-N ,ww :Nw vm-f ov. - WM- img.. - " ow , ' Keni Floro Doug Adams Trackers Used Iniinite Energg Q . 4 . , f A I 1 Front Row Coach Rogers, D. Anderson, B. Mackey, B. Memory, P. Agdeppa, B. 'Vomocil, J. Reynoso, C. Sapien, E. Brazile, T. Morley, D. Murray, M. Watson, B. Kllnger Coach Petris. Row 2: A. Yep, T. Mayo, D. Matteucci, J. Ramirez, M. Visser, G. Forsythe, S. Mackey, F. lozano, J. Scrafield, J. Muzio, S. Mendoza, L. lee, Lang R Leonardlni, R. Koker, T. Thompson, W. Huber, J. Bacon, D. Jann, J. Bryant, l.. Coe, R. Bailey, Foote, K. Baba, E. Sopp, M. Romero. Back Row: D. Wallace D Kamibayashi, G. Palmer, B. Harper, S. Huber, T. Gacer, T. Rogers, A. Moreno, D. Christinsen, R. Lee, Coach Foos. The Stagg trackmen started another rough sea- son with three victories over Franklin, Lincoln, and Turlock. The top returning lettermen from last year were: Boyd Vomocil, John Reynoso, Tony Morley, Chuck Sapien, Danny Foote, Bob Newell, and Skip Huber. Stagg was strong on the field event with Newell and Foote in the pole-vault and Huber in the shot put. Hayburner Martin Molina also made a very strong showing in the two-mile and other distance races. Coach Ken Rogers predicted a fair season for the cindermen and pegged Edison for the top spot in the C.C.C. WAGE git' K . . Bird, M. Molina, B. J. Green. Row 3: T. LeBlanc, S. Bishop, J. 455' fx. K K, .1 i 5 ,www x :H I ff Q" flf r :N 1' K '-'I ' L f 4, -ff? - VJ? 'Jr 'Q " 'EM 1 4- Coach Loren Peftis KFIG Gary Forsythe Coach Ken Rogers 26 4 " .Q DUT' F9079 Mcriin Molina ,.."34'5 Dennis Anderson full Q 'l , X., .- f ' . Hfowe-y ' -f 5' ' x 1r::"Nw B as Q L, in 'nw QL J - xvv-N ,. H ,. sim' - M- -I .-.YQ AHA M x -.,k A-J W lf... ,Maw -iaij ,mf Audi Senior Bob Memory gels off to a good sfari. 26 Golfers Worked For Low Scores .. . Kr xg' ya Q if A f 'X Front Row: R. Bloom, B. Fisher, G. Won , D. T h M. A 'I R 2. - G. Parrish' E- Carlos, B. Alustim, 9 VCP Ggen, via. ow . Coach E. Stagnaro, B. Gibson, J. Jurado, R. Huey. Row 3: The DK golfers were hit by graduation as they lost six of last ' l year's players. This year seniors xk Ron Bloom and Bill Fisher along B with iuniors Dake Traphgen and Q Ermand Carlos composed the back- bone of the team. A Coach Gene Stagnaro predicted a hard season as the other league teams have gained more valuable experience. Grace Davis andafodi t 2. C- ' were classed as front runners along ,, ,Z with the DK clubmen. 1 1 Coach E. Stognaro 266 W ww.. AJR v .. vi .Af , A pa. wx 66' 'V S512 M ,m+W.,Q'E'X?, v mg ,. -,M . N, J. Q .5 ' s. rg, N , Qf Av- ,f Qs-5' W-M. M . A -an-9 'xp f' 'Q . V . AA K , ,gk Q- 'fiyfs W-' JV S, - wk Sw v T. wx . , w f. Nkwww x W' I .Xgwfggfw -ff: . P348 F .X n 4 X-'S r - Q 5',""f wmv' ' sff+4ywfQ: . b iw- . 54-5' .. 6 1 'Kms Y- gm., mp, ' 1 ..,:4,.,:, :ix I 'X v rf-veg?-lie. . 1 - -wwf : . ,a .. J, fiz my H4 ' Uv?" M P. wi? f, f A ,-A QA gg? ",, 3 Q ms X X f 'fx ,xx X., 4 x, ld ww , . , Nm. ' "ei-Rx 1, ,, , Q,-h .3 Y rc 1 Q 4 Tankers Had A Record Breaking Year Sophomore f' gilfq W HG lf? u 939 wed ' "MS - Y 'ff mv , -Q 1 .. K. x Y. u V , 3 X A M r . . . .gi i . as X 'yggi--'3 """l - X K .fl -1 ' . ef - 2 ' xqsvea 1:3 on x Q V am, .un U, ..ii, ..W Qin. itll, 'N' l :mas R? " W, :II 'Nl' ' w . f iii: me xx 4, X .- .1 .. , -- . R. 'M L K. if E is X Ii W f. 2 : X ll gr - . .,,,,,.4K x N2-f 3 " 4 x X . " , , - ., X K g - X .a..,' X, g ,1 V e . . agwf. -A mi! . -Q 'K Franf Row: R. Lemburgp G. Hagiop J. Van Dykep L. Tyrrell. Row 2: K. Culver: B. Siegfriedp D. Wyahp F. Polifka. Back Row: G. Metcalf: D. Bnrtonp V. Morris Varsiig vu-r . 7 i .fog Q gun, wi X 2' A f f 'gli r Q . .. X tlly H nur, 93.19 M YQ NJ X in ,rx- WEL1. Qu., 1 sur, Min X nur, H1235 H x " 'F-' -W . 2' i as . ' l me X -. D. . . f f "iv A M5 Q gi: YQ ' . uv" X vw "W R S' X N mv 5 ,Q-.. .rf gg . ' XQNW' le Fronf Row: E. Dos Reis: l.. Davidson: P. Leary: C. Gordefp C. Conurd. Row 2: S. Haynieg S. Pribylp S. Talieshifuy R. Mulleifg E. Menclozag D. Rogersp G Malund. Back Row: mgr. J. Van Buren: D. Beckerp M. Hammerf J. Onefoy Coach Dave Canclinig R. Reederf S. Smiihp mgr. R. Newton. 268 I I Q 0 John 00970 Mr. Allan Kenworthy David Rogers, David Becker, and Lance Davidson. Coach Dave Canclini This year's swim squad was composed mainly of juniors. Mark Hammer's powerful execution of the back stroke, David Becker's strive to win in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle, and John Oneto's graceful and point-securing diving were the senior contributions to the enthusiasm of the Delta King Tankers. Highlighting the season was sophomore Richard Reeder who now holds the school record for the 200 and 400-yard freestyle. 26 wimmers Showed Greai Promise as-1' 3 .1 ..,.r' .1 .,, ,ova Jay, -awp. I x ,X Xi, N wwx x ' : - 1 gm 'RN S X . 3 . Sk -Q . X . in 4 1 X. N -,xv f+. - 'S wi? M Sri , 'Q . J' '85 F xg x fum-st+.s,: 2 , ,.x:Sg?-'sq-S. a ,- wQX:gC5,: -gg..-I Q 4' s,-1 V9 N 1 N X5 Q ip X YF N 2 X N X is X K Q Q3 A 5 X X X M Y MSS X sa K 5 X iq 'fQ?ig x. x N Q' xx" xii-J' , X x X N '- K Q Q Q X KN X wx ,E X X X LS.. X235 ,. .N . '- x . 5 'XQwr:1'4SX..frw,5p ,QS "'h veg m ffwx Q' H n x:x,+5-'gym xr as x :v A ,5f,'giL1flf..r , - "1T1'::.eS1-S' .rx x XMTL A-lLq,x , X 1 .mfr Nw. ii .K a I . , Y , . x W. 'Jr ".1."f f . , ' .LQ . 1 ggi., . ,W , 4 fwqmw kfxmsff -1:,iw"A Q X f 5 X :4ig A X 270 vw vw. xp.. QQ N nmgmk :gin- 1 .l my Nh 72 Girls Promoted Spirit Through Sports G.A.A. earned money on a warm fall day with soap, water, and hard work. l l xv, Carol Dalhuuser shows her basketball talents in an exciting afternoon of exercise. Seniors Friday meetings provided relaxation and planned future activities Front raw: C. Pontiff, R. Hogue, R. Lewis, D. Carey, S. Thompson, S. Bedford, R. Hamm, J. Quan, P. Whitmore, V. Mecum. Row 2: M. Scott, l. Marr C Dal hauser, S. Smith, V. Spanos, N. Lou, N. Wong, J. Hurst, E. Dunlop, K. Ferril, K. Miller, M. May, M. Fuggett, M. Malino. Back row: L. Nogore J Mark C Lee, P. Tsunekawo, V. Lee, K. Demos, K. Motsuo, P. Nichols, C. Artozqui, W. Eakes, P. Murray, D. Coleman, N. Harper. 4 G. A. A. Sponsored Tournegs Juniors G.A.A.'s busy schedule was charac- terized by promotion of spirit. A club outfit consisting of a iumper and top in a brown and gold combination was created by the girls and worn to club and school events. In addition to at- tending sportsdays in volleyball, bas- ketball, hockey, softball, and individual sports, held by other schools, G.A.A. sponsored a co-ed volleyball tourna- ment and an all-girl basketball tourna- ment. All these activities served to pro- mote intra-club and school spirit. The club sponsored a party at the O.H. Close School for boys and sang Christ- mas carols for invalids. Sophomores enioy folk dancing Front row: J. Temple, R. Sakai, .l. Reddick, S. Lang, J. Woodbury, J. Chimilclis, S. Carey, J. Lim, M. Hemsath, J. Barrow, K Shriver G Chun F McClure, D. Darroh, D. Joice. Row 2: D. Grummett, S. Green, K. Childers, A. Coset, R. Mehon, M. Jung, J. Lim, S. Mathews, R Watson M Combs J. Lee, D. Malone, K. Gobbi, A. Raymond. Raw 3: T. Hannoy, D. Dillon C. Carey, D. Roberts, P. Starnes, T. Allen, G Lee L Grabel A Donaldson, C. Johnson, J. Price, S. Walker, L. Manuel, L. Randolph, A. Komure, M. Workman. Sophomores if ! ' I f f 'xiii - A er? Y ,M , , 11 . Y .h X X. is w f' V ' 0 r. If Front row: S. Carle, C. Dick, D. Pack, T. Young, D. Morris, C. Pretl, G. Joice, M. Hedburg, C. William, K. Anderson, R. Roberts, U. Pastorino, H. Fitswater, J. Parmenter, M. Glenn, J. Walker. Row 2: J. Farrier, P. Nogare, K. Applegate, C. Becker, C. Martin, P. McKinley, G. Ghiarzo, J. Healy, W. Bryant, L. Dooley, L. Oster, P. Estrada, M. Novo, J. Stewart, L. Krey. Row 3: C. Maupin, M. Hachez, J. Shimakawa, D. Ohizuka, P. Lewis, S. Calvert, A. Giometti, G. Perriera, C. Seeley, G. Graham, V. Perriera, K. Bennett, P. Metz, N. Bunn, R. Meiia, B. Harden. i- , Miss Bessey Miss Nott Mrs. Choice Miss Marx Among the fund-raising activities were the annual carwash in October, the all- school sportsnight, and the cake-walk at Funfest. For the second year in a row, G.A.A. took first place with their float in the Vic- tory Day parade. Other club activities included mid-term and end of year award presentations and a junior high invitational sportsday. The club functioned under the guidance of Miss Sandra Nott, Sophomore advisor, Miss Karen Bessey, iunior advisor, and Mrs. Mabel Choice, senior advisor. Officers of the club were Martha Molina, president, Kathy Demas, vice president, Vickie Lee, re- cording secretary, Lynette Nogare, points manager, Cheryl Mathews, corresponding secretary, Sharon Bailey, treasurer, Susan Green, assistant treasurer and Jeanne Woodbury, assistant points manager. ' 2 7 IP' ffi wmfifffi ow M Wag 6,19 W if OJ QQMWW i7QHgf5?W?By ,. rx 1 - , X Q W mf' , f N ww 1 mo M w Krwjv ' A x ' F Nw inn v QU 3 , A L1 "" 9 R Q ! IU x 'YQ , jj fx avi? y WJ - AN: l f W A x 3 KX ' A I PM ,M J, QU ,Q g K ,V XX sfw Sli ig 023 ' Kg A 7' 3 , xx ' K ' X xf 'Y V- ,V f if . 7. iw Vw R M1 i J I Q gr! V v A3 1 ljf rx j V 1,2 ' X : ,ix xx! fda X , ,fu J N VAJU xii? I, A V by xj W R X , , f UN X ,Xi 'xl E - ' 'S Y. x X N- Y ., L q H, . X JK! XX XP nx y M ' ,K J X LET i N gf, 5,1 I S V N. If J 4 ,gfyivl fgij -My my 'f Mjw ,Q xy X ' 3 9 "f YJ! ' , 5, JJ '03 A AQ g f I X xy ffl ,f J Q U X f yy 3 X, ,ni E M L ,ly K M j BXJZL .N !lJN ,lf M KX W If .J rx' XL, J W ! VX, 17 .7 5 .pk ,,.-'L ,P 3 lj A fly X I Af! If F J K fy X xikf .W ff ' Q J! 5 Ek E J 2 'x M 'v i Qc , L! ffflx gfj ,X Exp MLJ X ,nf f f ffw ,J New lx AX A '!,fxx! NX Pit KJ V if ik ' f 'Nj' nf YQX U' xjjllril , iw! if: Refresh' Yourself While Shopping of Webersfown Moll Henrg's 4950 PUCIflC Ave 2328 Poclflc Ave 9 F Floral 4 If 4? G. V. Smilh Jewelers 7' -W . . , , .gm . 'xx X' ,gf A M r eeeei . f ,.. xr-rf! -0nhnn..sf- .qi is - . ' . P 224. X 1 E SQ 4 2 wie- . X Yfifsf?-ey 1'2:-"r11t11':1::.- Q Q kj ' :nb-fisg Lf'-' 1, -, l'3'5f"f 5 ?f"?5i ' ' 'I' . ' - , ' 35:3 55552 For fhe besi in fine silver or precious gems, Peggy Murray and Kris Hansen find il al G. V. Chris Minello and Calhy Arrozqui find flowers lo suil every occasion of San Francisco Floral, 600 E. Main. Dutch Pride Dairy Smith Jewelers in Lincoln Center. Richard A Bennett Tariff Publisher Practmoner Before the Public Utilities Commissions Traffic Transportation and Rate Consultant 319 E Charter Way 464 2730 West Coast Freight Tariff Bureau r ,W 7 A Lynette Nogare, Lisa Wong, and Joyce Taeger appreciate the drivevin service and fresh dairy products at Dutch Pride Dairy, 401 Beniclmin Holt Dr., and 105 E. Churchill. ' Men s Women s and Children s Apparel 920 N. Yosemite . 2161 E. Main St. 466-7150 463-0534 Troglia's Department Store M. L. MURRAY KEN PRESTON BILL HEHN SALES AND SERVICE PHONE 463-7719 4137 N. EL DORADO ST. PHONE 463-6309 STOCKTON CALIFORNIA A-I Television and Radio 279 The Brown House """' I Laurie Smith und Diane Sheuermcln find both casual and dress ensembles ai the N Brown House, 'I700 Pacific Avenue. J 3 'S I N Q I If . PHONES use-9506 I ,, V, -fix 464-4838 , ,. ,N . my Xi' - I ' f I'l,0IIfR.X FUR ll.l, lI!'f'I.YlUN, .9 IK ,p., Y"QYI..,::xv ' 4 kb I M J we I. I fawer 1 -an ' -'. I -I ,Fi shedd n ' ' , Q F EASY HARDING WAY I D EMEYERY LANE WNERS: , , OX IIS eos AND Jo SHEDD ro . -A HO 5-9471 WOODSON'S MOBIL SERVICE Alpine 8- EI Dorado Sis. Joel E. Woodson Siockfon, California Phone Q09- 466-27 69 CENTRO-MART STORES 445 W. Weber Ave. P I 280 I Phone 466 7276 ALL KINDS OF BAND RE-SAW WORK DONE Valleg Saw 8: Knife Works 5-Man Shop - Established 32 Years SHARPENING and REPAIRING Circular Saws Hand Saws Lawn' Mowers and Knives 1o4s w, FREMoNT sr MEL PETERS sTocK'roN CALIFORNIA 'CARBIDE Sl:lARPENlNG Mission Pharmacg W. L. McGeorge 1901 Country Club Blvd Stockton ,U ,.....v,.,-K.-. cv-vv.m..u.1, .wo 004, Beet Hamburgers Crisp Golden French Fries Triple-Thick Shakes ' o Phone 464-4792 McDonald'sn is your kind of place. TM 451 f A was ..q, CW. Gold Mine 5P S 'f'f"ff"-mm, 4X..t. 4 , Q.. eic now th t th Diane Moccini and Shelley L ht k Gold Mine, in Lincoln Center, is the place l g for that after school snack. 281 9iephen's Marine Vicioria Peters and Lynda Faellmi get ready for the boaiing season ahead in an auiboard from Sfephen's Marine, 1048 W. Fremoni Si. b 10" Ro 3 522 I X Office: 466-5951 2712 E. FREMONT STREET STOCKTON CALIFORNIA 466 0631 Paris Jabber California and Charfer Way Siorkion California Norman's Auio Supplg ' Ye Olde Hoosier Inn Doug Benneii, Susan Williams, Carol Rossi, and Mike Freiias enioy ihe pleasant aimosphere and fine food af Ye Olde Hoosier Inn, 1537 N. Wilson Way. 282 l A--- --:nn-r+ 'O '-- I Compliments of the 1- 0 I goo Q If 4 l 0 oun TH YEAR 4 The Asiro Slide fpgons 466 2383 gms Waffaovezcnga a'Ll'm. Assnowz ffoauzl: 230 mozzci fpface Jbocgfon, can ouzza Lubnmhon Your One Stop Service JACK WALTER Telephone 463 7104 437 E Mmer Stockton California Pick Up 8- Dellvery Brake Work Tune-up The place for fun and aciion is the Astro Slide says Chris Minetio, Gayle Nagel, Laurie Smith, Chrisiy Sweei, Kathy Freccero, and Vicki urewaiz auf gmc, Union 76 Slaiion dlfl ' - ' y. . Q I .' ' O A , f ,V B cycl Po fs 8. Serv ce F'sh'ng T ckle 2219 W, Alpine Ave '57 h is 1 :NN X Anyrime, anyplace Peps pours I onl Moradian's Colonial Chapel of Funeral Directors Frank Taylor and Chris Forester select sports iackets from the large collection at Moradinns, 1939 Country Club Blvd., Stockton. 809 N. California SL Stockton Calif. .Phonez 464-4711 Frisbie 8: Warren Inc. Diok's Hof Brau FDR FRIENDLY PERSONALIZED SERVICE sd rrunutts EAS DIL LUBRICATICIN BATTERIES MDTDRTLINE UP PHDNE465 9515 BILL HERRINETDN 2535 PACIFIC AVENUE DWNER STDCKTUN CALIFCIRNIA Pacihk' Rlkflhbld 5'erwZ'e dl 5 Charlie Gardemeyer, Steve Pribyl, and Kerry Voyer satisfy their "man-size" appetites at Dick's Hof Bruu on the corner of Harding and West lane. Europa lndependenf Foreign Car Specialisi Sno-While 8 A.M.-6 P.M. Orvil Norion Stockton, California 95205 PACIFIC MARKET Quabty -- Czmztedy 3200 Pacific Avenue Telephone HOword 6f6I36 Stockton California Service 2270 N. Wilson 948-0651 zogezigg lent: Myetaffei fffayzjinid fTE C0 J 8: W Texaco Service 2232 N El Dorado 948 2274 Angie Savage, Laura Orfez, and Club. Lincoln Auiomolive Cenler fix L rf Q Q. . 1 ,N , . we Piiirf 24 , ,...w4 ap .Mc Q Y, jfkg T A z sl A. . "2 5?Z4H'z,f, fg"'l -L 4 SOLID COPPER iw keel' erlesse 'ferminalsm .5 .45 .T pai? .2 am smj cw cc. uma one ,ma --W QL: Qxi :Cn es:- Chuck McMeechan, Terry Toler, Louie Caviglia, and Frank Sunseri know fha 363 Lincoln Center, has everything for their aulomoiive needs. Knobbg Shop 111 S10 Hon Il 554 I XL I S. T7 f Q! 579959 - !XxQ 'Ni' ' Ure .7loufer Har 201 ,Cinfabr 6'enler On 671: Phza 901' We Delivery 6411 477-7043 or 477-5574 GEORC-3E'S DRIVE-IN "Home of the Supreme Burger 465-2224 1521 California St Bamboo Beauig Salon LON Don and Make Questo know the best looking girls go to Bamboo Beauty Salon Crete Studios The Mel and Hillurd Corren INTERIOR FURNISHINGS WWW "PROGRESSIVE PLANNING" 6 South Central Court 464.7355 Stockton fe: 'S' Quality Sound Kathy Freccero and Chris Weaver learn about the excellent photographic service found at Crete Studios, 4127 N. El Dorado. . Stockton Col nfornlo 466 8015 848 W. Fremont John Errecolcle and Jim Nodotti find the best sound equipment at Quality Sound, 1010 N. Wilson Way. Peggy S PEGGY I. BO! CEREK ff? ' COMPLETE BRIDAL SALON . ill, li Briclal Counselling Prom and Party Dresses HO 2-0856 Belle' Dresses 227 Darris Place S.'21kl'3'F'E..f??.T,'L?Z Glen A. McGill Motorcgcles I I I aa I NEED AUTO PARTS 0 C 'WV' ' Visit Western Auto Supply Co Satisfaction Guaranteed 706 E Weber Sgockgon Phone 4668005 , ' X i850 Cherokee Rd. 1. Y xx Q' I I x 55,31 , ' Sai l . 6 X ' il 4 f ' A! JU Stockton, Calif. Phone: 466-7776 Ci Ci Mc Nan 4-,.g,,g.1s .C as W- QSIO WPQ Christy Sweet, Janet McKeegan, Nancy Sweet, and Linda Hancock, work on their Ci Ci Mc Nan Key Chains which are available at many local stores. FIDELITY SAVINGS 8. IOAN ASSOCIATION Ims great Interest for You' S, INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT BY PHONE HIM SAVE BY MM 5 466 2481 NATIONAL POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS Towel and Laundry Q I Qu mmf' .mn f T-Z-:r:..'ff'i Th sm' if I I l f15J'l!?1A2'1 fu' -. 1-f.I',rFIl::, Iff ls ' ng: :Tami IIN L Y 11 Y' ' I S-I-we . 'V ,, ff -f-.4L:..Imf?: NIJ 97.39141 ,-ri'-'42 A 9 5 N Phone x i 414 orc o ST ,gpjggxx Q Stock on, Colm' SI If 1800 PACIFIC AVE. STOCKTON SALON f' C-.ommsmnns ammo d . " I' 4. N 291 : 463-5035 'S LUNCHE5 DAILY House OfMurphg Family Dining At lts Finest . . . featuring CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS PRIME RIB OF BEEF au ius ITALIAN STYLE FOODS DOROTHY LANSFORD At Th Pi Wednesday ' ,hr J L thru Saturday w'th The NORMANDY DUO Fr'day ' X 395- N 'val 92 Serving From a.m.-4 . and Saturday Eves. 1064 WATERLOO ROAD , l Gil. l U 0 ZESTY SEAFOOD DINNERS C E GRD , 1 u 'li p m Miracle Music For quality equipment and musical enioyment, visit Miracle Music, 2363 Pacific Avenue on the Miracle Charlotte Dunn helps Bob Fay make the perfect selection Mile. Lincoln Center. n y ic D , JN f X L1. Qiekem A F fume f' it 2 X Q sk if ,D A r . B2Sh0"S 3 W EHIXEJQ E36 STZIISFIQQ Qc A RUG'QA'1EDf:c?Ptl'iCEssORIES l75 westpmestreetstockton,california O QS BR ID - - ,y A u A No f T, Dlfflfte 453 4935 LUHEN CARTER Earl Bashar 4419 Pacific Ave. 5 J fn WXQ Leonard Horst Stockton, Calif. Q X, It ,NC xl' f:,'CXi! , if 1 it X 1' A, Nxxlf' , xxlr Y ,cub Cx XLS' X.V7f"4f' jfs.-9 F 7.1 . IN THE VILLAGE Where Shopping is a Pleasure macg 345 lincoln Center Sfockfon 477-4463 H Q .. Q . no in 5f?7'fir ,, K' ' L 1 , " , W . . 'lilf-Qxkpf' lfdwfwfff gfffmfziffd' ' 'CLAJKWWWKZ 'LWKWJQJ fl 4- 'W' ,- lliiklfll fj67ffF X563 , 1 N . j . fi x ,f Y Z , , Z-, ,Q X wtf' foigiflllllflif' fig? f -WW was n. EL noiuwu sir. swcnmm, mir. 4655541 'f X--P 'l from Lincoln Village Pharmacy, 323 I De Young s i l""N X K4 AXA yxi lx I De Young's Memorial Chapel, 601 N. California St. l 293 4 Campus Lane Gong Lee Q Q I Minnie s 140 E. Harding Way, Stockton Denise Lobasco and Brenda Fiscus find women's apparel for all occasions ai Campus Lane fin the Webersiown Malll Siockion's exclusive shop for Lanz Originals. Cantonese and American Dishes 4848 Pacific Avenue Dial 478-8888 Hotel Supply Co. Nnemann s restaurant - hotel - bar supplies and equipment 17 S. Aurora St. Stockton Bob Niemann phone Owner 466-9659 A-I Cleaners Gay Takeda and Karen Smith know that the best way to keep their clothes spotless is by taking them to A-1 Cleaners, 136 W. Walnut. Congratulations to the Class of 68 Designers Manufacturers of Special Machinery 420 N. Madison Street Carando Machine Works Phone HOwcrd 4-9418 Stockton 3, California T. C. BASKIN SHELL 1265 COUNTRY CLUB BLVD 462 0802 West Lane Bowl Bowl in comfort ut Stockton' Patrician Studios s largest bowling alley-West Lune Bowl, 3900 West Lune, Stockton Featuring Pittsburg Points Lawn and Garden Tools and Supplies Country Club Hardware 'I925 Country Club Blvd. Phone: 464-8285 Quality photography by Putriclon Studios, 'l'l N. Grant, Stockton lflll IW! sunm: IIIHIII' Bruce 81 Jacks Chevron Station 5608 N. Pershing Avenue KaHen and Marengo S1 H Phone: 478-8654 f T Atlas IO-Step Motor Tune-Up il f ,'sy new , K - 9 Plants - Shrubs - Trees - Roses - Fertilizers Chris Schenone and Gayle Nagel enioy the fashions and atmosphere in the Loft at K 81 M on the Avenue, and uptown at 500 E. Main. 2239 COUNTRY CLUB BOULEVARD STOCKTON CALIFORNIA PHONE 465-6845 H. Van Buskirk Lew. Von Buskirk Van's Greenbriar Nurserg 6034 Pacific Avenue Stockton Calif Phone 4779977 Chuck's Hamburgers '-'-1'-'r-'-:r:v:::::rs:r:r-r-f-' '- :r:r:::r:1:r:r:rsszzrz:"':31:r:a2:r,zzwfsiii "" 1-5194-u."" W"" ""5 3 if?fAI'I.1.-:-5:5:ae:::5:f' - Q ...: "'-'5:f" J T, 1 'EFIEIEF A :: :- :A:-:Q: ff1'4-: 4-'-'f --1-:-:-' : annum HESURFAUIIIG ,. ,-:1 f I. A : I nnAvEL use :Tc Industrial - Residential :VQ ROADS STREETS DRIVEWAYS ROAD 0IllNG . M. MCGAW W5081 CO.. INC. 2216 E. MINER AVE. It No Answer Call 463 2119 PLANT 2216 E MIITER AVE Xochimilco Cafe 36- S. San Joaquin Open TT to 'IT EVERY DAY Phone 462 3784 SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ORDERS TO TAKE OUT H . A .... -IEE: -,.-:I:,,g:11:::E:S "" -- .4 !..f.1-315313351 :21:3:r:-- '-1-I---::1. xg: Ps gg? 0 .- , sg , I, '-'L -we 1 ' l if It .Y 1t , 1 R New? . .ur mb ,N S, x 5. of .A W R N , , -1 X ... J K? '4 1 'VSA X xx WX -ex .-' - x Y S X my Q. I '? ,Pg Y 3 f Q . . Y ag, 0 0 Q Sally Deerinck and Cathy Taylor admire selec- tions from John Falls, 2337 Pacific Avenue, the place to shop for toclay's gentlemen. Mike Dillon and David Hakeem get a close-up of the fine tire selection at J. F. Donaldson's, 240 N, Hunter. John Falls J. F. DonaIdson's , fqf. ' Wife-34 1 A NX 4 wig. ,, I f ,Q A .W .,.... .. V .,.,,,wx , 'A . ., KM 4 .X Gaines Market fr-u.w,,,.,,,,. 'UPIBQN wg Doug Jasa, Bob Mackey and Mark Marengo find iust what they're looking for at one of the six Gaines Markets in Stockton. . Pb. 464-2345 3406 Delaware Ave. Stockton, Calif. USIC CO. ' - - - Bobbi Brute 59 mm. Cleaners Records THE NAME WITH THE PLUS IN DRY CLEANING Phonogrcphs 0 Instruments Bob and Grace Stonberry 17 S. San Joaquin I-104.9275 WE BELIEVE AND STRESS NES FREITAS Stockton, California HI-ITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT" 299 New+'s A 8: W SAFES - LOCKS - KEYS - ALARM SYSTEMS - ANSWERING SERVICE Cecil s Secur-rig Qgsiems 466-5741 ROBERT SARTAIN 743 E. Main ST. Manager Slocklon Calif. n 000' Pacific Avenue Bowl Front Porch Coffee Shop Billiards - 32 Lanes . u n 'AHS 5935 Pacific Ave. ls y . . I Reiman's Camera Shop -5 Q., ag: VAILLILIM ra m? - cr,, . M Qglglgf I 1 1-2 5 J" ...E For all your phorographic needs, go In Reiman's, 526 E. Main Frosty rooi beers und great food are always served ai Newl's A 81 W Root Beer, 4455 Pacific Avenue. webb'S Bakery and Delicaiessen um If r- rn cn o us m x S 0 m I I 0 O Z 1 r- rn -1 ffl -u N If m -1 an U l'l'l 1 F' s0amNn1 When fha? special occasion arrives, or for ihat on-the-spot dinner, iry Webb's Bakery and Delicatessen, 3228 Pacific Avenue HONDA NORTON MONTESA DUCATI PAUL HILTON - BOB CARTY Siockion Moiorcgcle Cenier 463-8325 1812 EAST HARDING WAY STOCKTON CALIF. 95205 '-3 E 'U 55 mm ...CD jr' Sim Tm ON S TOCKT 14 ws F of 0 ci' R EXOTICLOCKTAILS BANQUET a625PAC1Y qi-fx . , ffl' . ' A -:. Q1 I My q X fl O2 Coca Cola In all walks of life, "things go belfer wiih Coke afier Coke after Cake." A HARMAN TAKE Home COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE 'L ' Q, CAI.l. AHEAD 466-51 1 1 466-51 12 o Drennan 1632 ucific Ave. Other Locations 134 E. Charter Way Slocldon 820 W. Lodi Ave. Lodi 'E T.. - Kentucky fried Jhicken 7' 43 WE DO UNDERCOATING an AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE Ken Somers Mobil Service Phone 462 4479 Stockton California We Do Front Wheel Allgnmenl Local Trailer Renial cl C I 1504 Pacific at Harding Way A L '4 -ww. M The Orsi Block Abbey cqfpei cn. AImu's nw, a. nm nl. Brown nw. aenefacaal ri.-cm co, Jw, Len Piano a. organ sal., Golden Key Salon oem Mena sh.-,p 1770 slain Pacifi: Avenue swim., cum. vm Free ln our Spacious, comniem and Lorgen vufusng Lol On The Mama. Mile. Open Yhursday evening, uma: 9 pm. Webersiown Mall Shop in climate conlrolled comforl af Webersiown Mall, 4950 Pacific Ave., where, "they've got you covered." Evelyn Barber's Vickie Grewalz and Leila Srrowbridge know the best professional care for your hair is at Evelyn Barber's Custom Hair Fashions, 7141 Pacific Ave. 2105 Paclflc Ave 4647669 "On The Miracle Mile" Abare, Index Mike 88 Aveilburg, Avaime 221 Avila, Manuel 138,232,236,266 Ayala, Judi 158 Baba, Kenneth 158,262 Babasa, Chris 61,62,89,186,211,233 Abbott, Elilabeth 158 Abbott, Mel 138,255,259 Abernathy, Lynda 88 Abourezek, Kristine 138 Abright, Bill 88 Acosta, Jerry 158 Acosto, Margaret 138 Bishop, C-reg 139 Bishop, Scott 139,244,262 Biskeborn, Steve 139 Biork, David 90 Biork, Judy 159 Biorklund, Kristine 139,155,207,214 Black, Nancy 139 Black, Sherry 139 Blair. Danny 65,159,177 Blakley, Debbie 139 Blankenship, Carol 63,159 Blei, Steve 159,252 Blinn, Janie 65,657,139 Block, Linda 1.19 Bloom, Gary 139,232 Bloom, Ron 90,228,244,266 Blundell, Allen 159 Bo, Kathy 159 Brumbaugh, David 92 Bruner, Linda 92 Bruno, Adele 92 Bryan, Lois 92 Bryan, Nancy 159,233 Bryant. Dona 139,217,230 Bryant. Everett 159 Bryant, Jack 159 Bryant, John 92,208 228,262 Acosta, Phillip 158 Acremant, Janice 88 Acton, Pe99Y 88 Acton, Terry 158 Adams, Carol 138,226 Adams, Doug 88,227,246,249,260,261 Adams, Mikki 158 Agdeilp a, Paul 88,262,232,236 Agesen, Richard 158 Aghassi, Joe 138 Alexander, Karen 158 Allan, Tammy 158 Allan, Trayce 138 Allen, Candy 158 Allen, Ernest 138 Allen, J ohn 63,88 Allen, Renee 63,88 Allen Toni 88,274 Alley, Barbara 138 Alley, Billie 158 Alley, Mary S8 Alley, Paula 138 Almanza, Linda 88 Bacon, Kathy 138 Bacon, Jim 62,158,237,262 Bacon, Marilyn 138,214 Baikie, Teri 157,158,215,217,226,230 Bailey, Carol 158 Bailey, Randy 89 Bailey, Rick 138,262 Bailey, Robert 158 Bailey, Sharon 62,89,1B7 Bailey, Stanley 138 Bailey, Stanley 158 Baker, Allan 138 Baker, Bruce 62,138 138 Baker, Debbie Baker, Donna 62,138 Baker, Susan 62,138 Balsley, Diann 158 Balsley, Steven 138 Balleios, Steve 158 Bambas, James 89,209,221 ,225,228 Bandoni, Rosemarie 138 Banning, Roland 138 Bannor, Susan Bonvelos, Ralph Barberis, Rick 158,177,211,219 138 158 Bargagliotti, Marvin 138 Barnord,S-haran 158 Barnett, Renda Barnett, Russell 138 138 Barnhort, Sharon 138 Comma Alsop, Randy 158 Alustiza, Bob 84,88,232,233,266,267 Alverson, JoAnn 88 Anderson, Corey 74,138,155,206,215, 220,225,226,229 Anderson, Debbie 158,230 Barney, Robert 158 Barossa, Shirley 89,209,210 Barrett, Connie 89,135,1B6,209,233 Barros, Debbie 158 Borrow, Jackie 138,274 Bartell, John 65,66,158 Bartlett, Doug 158 Barton, Dennis 158,247,268 Baskett, Mary 138,214 Baskin, Tom 138 Bass, Wanda 89 Bohnak, Steve 139 Bohnak, Toni 90 Bolen, Arthella 159 Bond, Margie 69,139 Bond, Nancy 62,159 Bonde, Carol 56,59,90 Banner, Barbara 65,139 Bonner, Brian 90,228,252 Bonuccc-lli, Linda 90 Bookwalter, Jud i 139 Boom,Potti 62,63,91,222 Booze, Mike 159 Booze, Steve 1 39 Borowski, Barbara 159 Bosch, Barbara 91,134 Bagley, Fred 137,139,155,228,255 Fr nk 91,228 Boswe , eonette 91,222 th Brlr 91 Boswor , Boswor , Bob Boswo th, Fred Boston, a Boswell,Ed 139,221 ll J th r 159 139 Bowe, Betsy 61,139,155,208,233 Bowen, Sandro Bower, Colette 159 139,209 Bowernran, Mike 139 Bowman, Greg 137,139 Bowman, Kathy 159,177,219,230 Boyce, larry 91,224 Brackin, Robert 91 Bradley, Richard 159 Bradley, Robert Bradshaw, Jim 159 139 Brandt, Gale 159 Bryant, Wendy 159,223,275 Bryson, Tony 159,254 Buck, Tom 159 Buckius, Richard 87,92,135,232,233,236 Buckles, Steve 92 Buckley, Lynette 159 Buckley, Peggy 68,92 Budiselich, Frank 139,236,240,243 Bunn, Nancy 159,233,275 Bunn, Shelley 159 Burger, Nancy 62,159,177 Burgess, Patty 159 Burke, John 139 Burkett, Nancy 62,92 Burns, Bob 92 Burns, Kathy 139 Burns, Loreen 63,159 Burns, Theresa 92 Burrell, Angie 159 Burruel, Sharon 92,206,233 Burruel, Yvonne 159 Basso, Bauer, Bauer, Lauri 65,138 Colleen 158 Ginneil 158 Bauman, Daniel 89 Beardsl Beatty. Becart, Bechtol ey, Patty 138,215,233 Doug 89 Marcella 90 d, Russell 90 Beck, Karen 138 Beck, L Becker, Becker, aura 158 Connie 62,158,233,275 David 90,233,268,269 Beckler, Jon 138,225 Bedenb augh, Mary 158 Bedford, Shari 90,135,138,273 Bedinger, Cindy 138 Bedwel Beebe, I,Jahn 75,90,215,226,228,302 Ron 138 Beecher, Ron 84,970,233 Beghtel, Lowell 138 Belasco, Nick 138 Bell,Dave 158,1B8,217,22O Bellato, Peter 138 Branyan, Margaret 91 Bratthuuser, Kris 139 Bratthauer, Richard 91 Braun, Becky 91 Braun, Bill 159 Broun, Ruth 91 Bray, Melanie 159 Brazile, Earl 91,244,262 Brozile, Yaland 139 Breaktield, Elnrcr 159 Bregrrantc, David 159 Breneman, Kathy 91 Brewer, Evelyn 159 Brewer, Jerry 65 Brewer, Jim 139 Brewer, Tim 139 Bridewcll, Chuck 139 Brimberry, Martha 159 Brintnctll, Barbara 159 Brintnall, Brenda Briscoe, Diane 91 Briscoe, Mary 159 Brockman, 5.10 137 Brockway, Kathy 139 139,217 Butcher, Laura 139,214 Buth, Becky 139 Buth, Bonnie 92 Buth, Kathy 63,160 Bulh, Krista 160 Butler, Michael 57,58,59,92,188 Butts, Steve 139 Bynum, Pat 177,209,217 Cadman, Bruce 92,223 Cain, Wanda 93 Calabro, Floiso 160 Calabro, Tony 160 Caldwell, Maureen 160 Callahan, Pot 139 Callopy, Leland 139 Calvert, Susie 160,275 Cameron, Aide 160 Comicia, Margo 160 ck, Mick 139 Anderson, Dennis 54,13B,155,216,262,264 Anderson, Donna SB Anderson, Jacqueline 138 Anderson, Jeffery 138 Anderson, John 138 Anderson, Joy 138 Anderson, Ken 88 Anderson, Kristi 157,15B,217,275 Anderson, Marilyn 138 Anderson, Mike 56,57,59,89 Andresen, Dorinda 158 Andrade, Fredrick 138 Angelo, Connie 158 Angerstein, Denise 138 Angus, Tom 158 Anton, Allen 89 Anton, Steve 138 Applegate, Kathleen 158,275 Arbini, Dennis 158 Arbini, Randy 89 Arbias, Cecile 138 Archer, Linda 138 Archie, James 158 Armstrong,Chorlotte 138 Armstrong, Eileen 89 Ariff, Richard 158 Armand, Elizabeth 158 Arnold, Pam 158 Arthur, Marsha 158 Artazqui, Cathy 89,2l5,233,273,278 Asher, Debbie 89 Askren, Chuck 89 Archrsbrr, Sheila 63,158 Atherton, Dean 138 Atherton, Doug 89 Atherton, Pat 158 Atkinson, Linda 158 Attawoy, Bob 89 Attaway, Kathy 158 Auger, Allan 158 Aulwurm, Eric 158 Austin, John 89,227 Austreng, Judy 138 Auwlrlger, Dan 89 4 Bench, Monty 158 Bennett, Doug 90,133,227,232,236,241, 255,282 Bennett, Kathleen 158,275 Bennington, Norah 65,90,214 Benton, AI 158 Bentz, JoAnn 69,90,233 Bernard, David 246 Berry, Robert 90 Bevan, Didi 61,90,135,230 Beydler, Robin 159 Beyett, lynn 159 Bhend, John 139 Bickle, Terry 159 Biddick, Tam 65,69,73,87,90,135,206, 215,226,228 Bidanda, Christine 90 Biggers, Sammy 159 Billups, Cathy 159 Bingham, James 159 Bingham, Mike 139 Bird,Dave 139 Bird, Steve 139 Broderick, Dola 139 Broderick, Dick 159,237 Broderick Ray '11 Brodie, Scott 159 237 Brain, Karen 139 Brooke, Laura 62.159 Brooker, Theresa 159 Brooks, Bill 159 91 Brooks, Carol Brooks, Merlen e 139 Brothers, Robert 139 209 B'ough, Cathy Brower, Linda Brown, Bruce 62.159 137 139 Brown, David 159 Brown, Peggy 62,159 Cammack, Gary 160 Caruaoro, Glenn 139 Canez, Delia 139 Cannon, Rory 93 Cano, Virginia 93 Canote, Christine 160,177,233 Caoitonich, Ed 160 Cappalla, Frank 93 Capps, Cynthia 160 Capps, Deborah 93 Caramiho, Joanne 65,140 Cardona, Steve 93 Corey, Caryle 140,274 Carey, Debby 93,273 Carey, Kym 160 Carey, Carey Sheryl 140,274 Storm 93 Car1e,l Galen 93 Corlenshelley 160,275 Phil 160 Carlin, Carlisle, Bill 65,140 Carlos, Ermand 140,266 Carlos, George 160 Carlson, Jodi 140 Carlson, Jody 160 Carlson, linda 41,93 Carlson, Rickey 160 Carlson Carlton ,Sally 68,93,186 ,Sylvia 160,207,223 Brown. Sue 92 Brownfield, Bruce 159,237 Brownfield, Rebecca 159 Browning, Robert 159 Bird, Bart 90,221,244,252,262 Bruce, Sandy 139 Brueckner, Ruby 159 Brumbaugh, David 139 Caro, Joyce 62,160,1 77,217,222 Carr, Mike 140,227 Carr, Susan 93,135,214 93,219 Carsner, Rhonda Carsner, Jeanne 160 Casciaro, Frank 160 Casenave, Jack 62,140,252 Casenave, Janet 140 Casey, Donna 160 Casey, Mike 160 Casey, Tom 140 Casillas, Ted 160 Castillo, Toni 160 Castillo, Rick 140 Castles, Danny 160 Cathcart, Linda 93 Caul, Chris 54,93,135,211,228,260 Caul, Lisa 137.140,155,215,216 Cain, Vicki 14o,215,217,219 Cave, Mary Ann 160 Caviglia, Lou 93,232,255,258,259,286 Cederblorn, Alida 93 Centeno, John 160,237 Cesmat, Jim 160 Chamberlain, Diana 93 Chambliss, Jack 160 Chamblin, Deaven 160 Chan, Alan 140 chan, JoAnne 72,14o,22a,23a Chandler, Debbie 140 Chandler, For 160 Chandler, Sherrie 93 Chapa, Cyndy 160 Chapin, Connie 93 Chapin, Keri 140 Charles, Bev 63,160 Charters, Wayne 160,252 Chase, Diane 160 Chase, Marian 160,177 Chase, Sue 160 Cheethan, Kathy 140,155,208 Chemas, Larilynn 9,4,135,208,218 Cheney, John 160 Cherney, Doug 94 Chewning, Larry 140 Chiapale,Ka1en 160 Childers, Don 160 Childers, Kay 140,215,274 Chimiklis,Jane 62,140,207,274 Chin, Gail 140,274 Chin, Patty 94,211,225 Chinn, Paul 94,135,187,215,228,229 Chisholm,Mari1yn 94,140 Chong, Curtis 160,221,233 Chow, Tony 94,135,2l0,220,225,228 Christensen, Kathy 140 Christiansen,GreQ 65,66,160,262 Christotferson,Alea 68,169,177 Chun, Howard 94 Chun, Phillip 140 Chute, Ann 160,207,208,215 Clark, Adrian 94 Clark, Carl 140 Clark, Gene 140,221 Clark, Gordon 160 Clark, June 94 Clark, Kathy 160 Clark, Susan 160 ClPYDool, Diane 160 Clayton, Julie 160 Clement, Travis 140 Clements, Susan 160 Clifford, Dawn 94,218 Clifton,Spencer 94 Clowdus, Steve 160 Coburn, Chuck Coburn, Dave 160 Codoni, Judy 56,94,208,217 Coe, Lester 66,140,262 Coito, Pam 160,219 Colby, Joe 161,237 Coleman, Bill 161,232,247 Coleman, Dian 94,273 Coleman, Ranette 140,218 Collier, Mary 140 Collier, Sue 68,14O,21O,217 Collinsworth, Bill 95,219 Collinsworth,Denise 140,218 Collum, Nancy 161 Cornaskey, Brian 140 Combest, Janet 161 Combs, Chuck 94,236,240 Combs, Janet 14O,155,214,216 Combs, Marv 140,274 Commons, Joyce 140 Comstock, Kermit 161 Conard, Clark 72,140,268 Condrey, Christina 94 Conn, LaQueta 94 Conner, Pat 94,220 Contreras, Lorraine 161,230 Cook, Donna 161 Cook, Greg 94 Cook, Marcia 94,210 Cook, Nancy 161.223 Cooley, Dorothy 56,61,14O Coomes, Mary 140 Cooney, Bob 161,237,247 Cooney, John 140 Cooper, Terry 161,210 Copeland, Charles 1.40 Corbin, Katy 140 Cordova, Joe 161 Cordova, Patti 140 Corkins, Carol 140 Corkins, Mary 161 Corliss, Margaret 95,132,135,207,214,219 Corn, Karen 161 Cornell, Sue 62,63,95,211 Corsi, Melinda 161,207 Coset, Ann 68,140,20l3,220,274 Costa, Debbie 161 Costa,Judy 161 Costa, Sharon 140,233 Cota. Rosie 95 Cotell, Janis 95 Courtney, Kathy 56,95 Cautrright, Kerry 95 Covello, Mark 140 Covey, Curt 54,140,155,216,228 Cox, Fran 161 Cox, Jim 95 Cox, Robert 140 Cox, Tim 161 Coy, Claudia 140 Coyne, Kathy 95 Cozad, Kathy 140 Craig, James 161 Craven, Dan 161 Crawford, Mike 140 Crawford, Mike 161 Crawford, Tim 161 Cress, Vickie 140 Crimmings, Marybeth 161 Crimmings, Ruth 140 Crist, Dave 65,95 Cronic,Jacki 65,95,135 Crumpacker, Larry 95 Cruz, Judy 161 Culbertson, Penny 69,95,221,210,209 Culver, Den 161,215,228,237,268 Cummings, Curtis 161 Cunningham,Chuck 95 Cunningham, Keith 161 Cunningham, Sandy 141 Cureton, Dave 161,244 Cureton, Forrest 141 cunip, Larry 161 Cuthbert, Rick 141 cutter, Debbie 95 Curtis, Randy 161 Dahl, Nancy 62,141 Dahlhouser,Carol 95,206,230,272,273 Dalbora, Catherine 161 Daniels, Denise 161 Daniels Dan 95,236,240 Daniels, Pam 161 Daniels, Patty 96 Daniels, Ron 141 Daniels, Ron 96 Darrah, Diane 141,247 Daseler, Bill 141,252 Daub, Kathi 161 DaVaIle, Debbie 141 Davenport, Delwanda 141 Davenport, Don 161 Davenport, Mike 96 Davidson, Lance 141,268,269 Davis, Art 161 Davis, Bill 141 Davis, Carol 161,222 Davis, Dave 141 Davis, Gary 161 Davis, Janis 161 Davis, Jeannie 141 Davis, John 161 Davis, Jon 161 Davis, Judy 161 Davis, Karyle 141 Davis, Karl 141,222 Davis, Tom 141 Dearmin, Dennis 96,236,239 Dedekman, Nancy 161 Deerinck, Mary 161 Deerinck, Sally 141,155,233,298 Degrande, Gary 161,222 Dehaven, Joanne 63,161 Delean, Doreen 141 Delean, Ralph 161,208 Delia, Denise 141 Delucci, Mike 65,96,221 Delucci, Richard 96,236 Demas, Jane 161,177 Demas, Kathy 62,81 ,96,133,134,186,1 89, 273 Denhart, Kathy 141 Denhart, Jerri 96 Denny, David 96 DennY, Steve 161 Denning, Pilar 96 Dennis, John 96 Dent, Kathy 87.96,135,214 Dent, Roger 161,214 Dentone, Howard 141 DeRose, Rick 141 DeSantis, Silvis 96 Deverell, David 96 Deucher, Larry 141 Dovincenzi, Cathy 161,219 Dew, Donna 161 Dewitt, Barbara 96 Dewitt, Pegetf 161 Dexter, Jone 96 Dick, Cynthia 62,161,275 Dickey, Al 141 Dietrich, Kathy 141 Dillion, Donna 141,219,274 Dillon, Mike 41,97,227,233,298 Dixon, Greg 161 Dixon, Terry 97 Dobbs, Bill 97,232,233,236,242 Dobretz, David 97 Dobretz, Robert 161 Dobson, Richard 62,97 Dodson, Doug 97 Daerksen, Dana 162 Doll, Kelly 141 Doll, Mike 162 Dominguez, Doris 141 Donaldson,Ann 141,1B6,208,226,233,274 Donaldson, Gordon 97 Doniego, Vivian 162 Danls, Mike 162 Dooley, David 65,l41,155,225,228 Dooley, Louise 65,162,233,275 Doscher, Lynda 162,177 DosReis, Edward 141,268 Dougherty, Patty 160 Douglas, Cathy 97 Dourille, Dennis 162,222 Dover, Debbi 141 Dowling, Bill 141 Dowling, Diane 162 Drake, John 141 Draper, Gail 162 Driver, Janet 62,162 Droge, Dennis 97 Drovdal, Richard 65,97,135,186,189 Dubose, Marcia 141 DuBrutz, Tony 97 Duncan, Darlene 56,141,217 Dunlap, Ellen 97,273 Dunlap, Richard 141 Dunn, Abbie 141,218 Dunn, Charlotte 96,97,206,226,230,233, 292 Dunn, Nancye 162 Durkee, Jack 97 Durman, Nancy 162 Dutemple, Donna 141 Dutschke. Chris 141 Dutton, Steven 162 Dyer, Marcia 162 Eader, David 97 Eakes, Wendy 97,186,273 Easley, Paul 162 Eastvold, David 162 Eastvold, Linda 141 Eatmon, Gloria 141 Eccleston, Bill 167 Eckhotf, Brenda 162 Eckman, Pam 162 Egan, Kelly 162,177 Eley, Chris 162,177 Eley, Katcha 73,82,97,133,226 Elkins, Debbie 62,141 Elledge, Larry 97 Elledge, Terry 141 Elitritz, Karl 162 Ellitritz, Ricky 162 Elliget, Bill 162 Elliott, Rick 162,220,225 Ellis, Donna 162 Ellis, Duane 97 Emory, Patty 54,98,135,207,214,216 Emmerick, Donna 97,218 Enebrod, Tino 141 Engdahl, Robert 98 Enyart, Mike 162 Equinoa, Chris 162,237,247,257,254 Equinoa, Theresa 141 Eproson , Karen 141 Epstein, Bob 65,162,177 Erickson, Sandra 98 Erlandson, Brian 65,66,98 Ernst, John 162 Errecalde, John 98,289 Erz, Debby 141 Erz, Pam 98 Esau, Paul 162 Escalan te, Gloria 63,162 Esparza, Sergio 162 Esposito, Bob 98 Estante, Roberta 162 Esser, Eugene 98 Essig, Bill 98 Estante, Robert 98 Estes, Larry 98 Estrada Estrada Elusler, Evange , Bob 141 , PatsY 162,275 Ron 98 lish, Josephine 162 Evangelisti, Pam 98 Evans, Debbie 162 Evans, Mike 141 Everett, Everett, Alfred 62,98 Diana 62,141,208 Fabila, Grace 63,162 Faglor, Joyann 141,230 Fagnant, Sue 98 Falbo, Duke 162 Fallon, Jett 65,141 Fargo, Fargo. Heather 162,177 Laurel 73,141,155,214,226 5 Farley, Judy 142,1 5,226 Farley, Sandra 142 Farmer, Sherry 162 Farrier, Bob 142 Farri'er,' Joretta 162,211,275 Faselli, Judy 162 Fastiggi,Jane 142,155,187,209,212,214 Fey, Bob 65,9a,221s,22a,23a,21so,292 Feaver , Neal 65,142,155,208 Fechner, Mike 162 Fender, Bruce 98 Fenner, Arlene 162 Fenwick, Peggy 162,217 Ferguson, Kathy 142,208 Fernan Fernan Fernan Ferrari den, Danny 162 clez, Delia 162 del, Rick 142 , Annett 162 Ferrell, Mike 162 Fcfrera Ken 98 Ferril I, Ferris, Kelly 98,273 Kathy 162 Fidel, Venancia 142,215,226,233 Fetherlin, Bob 162 Ficovich, Colette 162,217 Fideldy, Eugene 142 Fields, Dennis 142 Fifield, Leslie 162 Figone, David 142 Fimpel, Frances 142 Finchen, Jim 142,221 Finney Suzanne 142,155 Fino, Riqoberto 162 Fiormonti, Richard 163,222 Fiscus, Brenda 61 ,99,1 86,233,294 Fisher, Fisher, Fisher, B111 99,211,226,233,244,245,266 Dana 142 Garv 163 Fisher. Steve 142 Fitzvvater, Norma 163,275 Fitzhugh, Robert 99 Flocchi ni, Steven 99,227 Flood, Sheryl 99 Flores, Barbara 142,226 Flores, Gary 163 Flores, Flores, Flores, Flora, Foellm Misael 163,211 Ray 99 Tony 99 Kent 142,260,261 i, Lynda 99,282 Fogarty. David 99 FoleY, Dan 142 Fong, Doug 65,66,163,177,228,233 Fong, Greg 99,228 Fong, Janie 99,211 Fong, Fam 163 Fong, Wayne 99 Herrington, Karen 144 Fonesca, Frank 99 Fonesca, Roy 163 Fonseca. Linda 142 Foote, Danny 99,262 264 Foote, Jerry 163 Forbes, Teresa 63,163 Ford, Mike 142 Ford, Tim 66,163,228,244 Fore, Debby 99 Forenti, Carol 99 rarrnhy, David 100 Formby, Debbie 62,142 Formosa, Bobbi 142 Fornaciari, Carol 142,217 Forschler, Patti 142 Forsell, Garry 142 Forester, Chris 142,186,232,236,242,255 256,285 Forsythe, Gary 163,232,237,252,262,263 Fortune, Ed 163,209 Foster, Debbie 163 Foster, Jerri 142 Foss, Carol 100 Fotinos, Connie 163 Foundation, Mary 100 Faust, Susan 163 Fowler, Mike 163 Fox, Greg 142 Fradkin, Linda 142,155,214 Frank, Allen 100 Frank, Richard 100 Franks, Kathy 100 Fransen, Todd 163 Frazier, Chris 163 Frazier, Curtis 100 Freccero, Kathy 74,84,100,186,1B9,195, 226,230,232,233,283,289 Freedie, Wilma 163 Freedle, Pat 142 Freeman, Dennis 100,222 Freeman, Gail 142 Freeman, Joan 163 Freitos, Karen 163 Freitas, Mike French, Kathy French, Martha 209,214 Frey, Diane 100,211 Friddle, Susie 142,209 Friend, John 142,252 Friend, Lynn 83,100 Frisbe, Neil 163 Fritz, Lewis 163,237 Frogue, Stephanie 163,230 Frush, Gary 62,142,187 Frye, Diane 287 Fugett, Marilyn 62,100,273 Fuhring, John 163 Fukuyama, Allan 142,155,222 Fuller, Steve 163 Funderbork, William 163 Funkhouser, Susan 163,177,217 Furfaro, Ann 142 100,282 142.208 100,135,186,206,207, Gacer, Tim 163,247 Gacer, Tom 163,247,251,262 Gaddotii, David 100,216 Gadke, Bill 163 Gaia, Norma 163 Gainer, Shirley 142,208,233 Gainza, David 142,232,236,246 Gainza, Linda 100,186 Galindo, Jim 163 cali,-Danaia 1o1,133,135,1a7,22a Gallagher, James 101 Galletti, Ken 142 Gamino, Diane 62,142 Gammon, Greg 163 Garcia, Bill 142 Garcia, Darlene 63,142 Garcia, Denise 163 Gardner, Richard 142 Gardner, Steve 163 Ga rdoza Mike 101 Gardunol Chris 163 Garduno Linda 163 Garduno, Rosemary 163 Gareis, Adam 101 Gareis, Peter 163 Garfola, John 54,87,101,135,216,228,233 Garibaldi, Ron 142 Garland, Debbie 163 Garner, Frances 101 Garofalo, Alan 142 Garry, Tim 163 Gary, Donna 101 Greenfield, Brenda 102,218 Greenfield, David 164 Gremilion, Patty 143 Gresham, Stan 102 Grewatz. viaui 74,102,208,226,283,303 Griffin, Connie 102,216,218 Griffin, Diana 143 Griffith, Margaret 65,102,221 Grille, David 143 Grimes, Robert 143 Grimm, Clyde 143 Grinstead, Harold 143 Grismore. Dale 143 Gritts, Randy 164 Gramm, Dennis 102,135 Gauthier, Nan 142,208,230 Geary, Bill 69,101,221 Geigle, Janet 163 Gemignini, Glen 163,211,216,22O,228 Gentry, Diana 101 George, France 142,223 Gerlitz, Gaylord 142 Geske, Frances 142 Ghilarducci, Ann 63,163 Ghiorso, Vicki 142 Ghiorzo, Germaine 163,217,275 Giacchero, Mary Lee 101 Giacovoni, Larry 142 Gianelli, Ed 143 Gianelli, Ed 163 Gibson, Cathy 163 Gibson, Kathleen 63,163 Gibson, Marcus 163 Gilbeau, Marcia 101,215,233,287 Gibson, Sally 143,233 Gilbert, Fred 143 Gilder, Susie 143 GilkeY, Ron 143 Gillusov, Mark 62,143 Gillette, Mare! 101,235,225 Gillis, James 143 Gillispie, David 163 Gilmore, Rick 101 Ginbey, Alvin 143 Gini, Ernie 101 Ginn, John 143,226 Giometti, Ann 163,233,275 Giottonini, Richard 101 Giorgi, John 143 Gramm Peggy 143 Hartman, Terry l44,208,226,233 Hartvig, Pat 164' Harvey, linda 104 Harvey, Sharon 164 Hatler, Marcia 144 Groom, David 54,102,132,211,216,228 Groves, Dak 164 Groves, Larry 102 Gruetter, Brian 164 Grummett, Deborah 143,274 Guido, Manuel 164 Guiliano, Mike 143 Gulick, Connie 103 GulleY, Glenn 143 Guntert, Celia 143,233 Guntert, Karen 164,177,215 Gutierrez, Fred 164 Gutierrez, Sarah 62,63,103,219 Guzman, George 164 Habel, Daryhl 143 Hachez, Michelle 164,275 Hacker, Pam 164 Hackett, Barbara 164 Hatten, Hauck, Houck, Hawkin Jim 164 Joyce 104 Ron 144 s, Carol 164 Hawkins, Lee 144 Hawkin s, Michael 104,209 i, Ann 64,164,177,230,233 Hayash Hayes, Arthur 104 Hayes, Mike 144 Hayes, Mike 164 Hayes, Robert 57,104 Haynie, Sandy 104,268 Haynie, Steve 104 Hackett, Jamie 103 , riachiay, Cynthia aa,1o3,1aa,21 Hackley,Dan 164 Hakeem, Dave 103,298 Hagio, Gene 164,237,252,26B Hale, Gayla 164 Haley, Helen 62,103 Hall, Bob 164,228 Hall, Diane 103 0 Halligan, Fran 143 Hallum, Steve 103 Halverson, Pam 164 Halverson, Pat 143 Hamblin, Gary 143 Hamm, Rhonda 103,273 Hammer, Chris 143,233 Hammer, Mark 84,103,189,232,233,268 Hampton, Bob 143,224 Hampton, Jack 164 Hampton, Wanda 103 Hancock, Bob 164,244,252 Hancock, Don 232,233,236 Hancock, Linda 87,103,290 Hancock, Roberta 103 Hankins, Marcia 62,164 Hanley, Debbie Hannay, Anne 103 63,164,177 Hannay, Terri 143,274 Hansen, Kathy 143,155 Hansen, Kris 103,233,278 Hansen, Hansen, Hanway Steve 143,206,209,233 Valerie 104 , Sue 164 Heacock, Tony ,144 Head, Steve 165 Head, Susie 165,222 Healy, Jill 62,165,275 Healy, Rick 144,232,236 Herbert, Carl 144 Heck, Larry 165 Heckerman, Tina 63,165 Heckmon, Joe 165 naahinamarsha 62,157,165,208,215, 275,230,233 Heinze, Don 104 Heiser, Cathy 59,144,155,217 Helmer, Linda 104 Hemsath, Mary 144,219,274 Hench, Roger 144 Henderson, Herschel 105,236,238.246 Henderson, Mark 105,233 Hendren, Janet 144 Hendren, Ray 144 Henke, Deborah 105 Henke, Mike 165,222 Henley, Linda 144 I-lennefer, Kathy 165 Hennings, Richard 165 Hensley, Caryl 165,211,230 l'lepperIe,Fredrica 105 Hepoerle, Roger 165,252 Herrell, Richard 105,134,187,206,208, Herron, Dennis 62,144 Herzog, Nancy 144 Hesbst, Randy 165 Giovannoni, Steve 101 Girardi, Diane 164 Giuttre, Carol l64G Glenn, Marsha 164,177,275 Glover, John 143 Gabbi, Kathy 143,208,233,274 Goehring, Steve 102 Goen, Bonnie 164 Gaen, Steven 143 Gokey, Linda 143 Golberg, Bernie 102 Golden, Bill 164 Gonzalez, James 143 Gooch, Bill 164 Gooch, Dell 102 Gooeing, Karen 164 Goodman, Debbie 164 Goodrich, Jean 164 Goolsby, Coyd 102,222 Gordet, Chip 65,66,102,133,135,228, 233,268 Gossett, Darlene 143 oatanda, Phil 80,102,206,208 oataiii, Nanci 65,143,155,226,230,233 Garcia, Frank 168 Garcia, lrene 101 Garcia, Shirley 142 Garcia, Tony . 142 Gardea, Liz 142 Garden, Ramon 163 Gardea, Stephen 10 Gardell a, Win 101 1,252 Gardemeyer, Charles 85,101 ,233,285 306 Goucher,Cl'iarles 164 Goucher, Lorie 102 Gouldh, Yvonne 164 Gawen, John 143,221 Grabel, Leanne 137,143,155,208,233,274 Grable, linda 143 Graf, Debbie 63,164 Graham, Gail 65,69,164,167,209,275 Graham, Lynne 164 Graham, Randy 164,237 Granish, Neil 164 Gronsan, Ursula 102 Grassharn, Edna 143,209,226 Grant, Sharon 164 Graves, Chorlone 143 Gray, Kathy 102 Greaves, Tim 143 224 Green, Green, Green, Green, ,Susan 137,143,155,274 Green Jim 102 Jonathan 143,262 Lori 143,208 Ran 102 Greenbank, Debbie 143 Greenberg, Jeff 164 Greene, Jim 102 Harden, Barbara 164,275 Hardy, Alice 143 Hartert, Nancy 164 Harland, Tom 104 t'IarleY, Chris 164 Harmon, Beverly 68,104 Harmon, Ed 143 Harnock, Mike 164 Harper, Bill 164,237,262 Harper, Nancy 104,273 Harrington,Bobbie 63,164 Harrington, Brenda 62,164,226 Harris, Bob 164 Harris, Harold 143 Harris, Kathy 63,164 Harris. Pat ,143 Harris, Steve 143,252 Harris, Tracy 104 Harrison, Bill 143 Harrison, Ginger 143 Harrison, Joan 143 Harrison, Mike 104 Harrison, Tom 164 Hartman, Jan 104 Hartman, Karen 63,164 Heskett, Steve 165 Hesterly, Ken 165 Heu sel, Debbie 165 Hick1i1an,Bill 105 Hickman, Earlene 144 Hicks, Mike 144 Hicks, Pat 105 Hicks, Rick 165 Higgins, Georeetta 165 Higgins, Jerry 165 Hightower, Ron 165 Hill 1 4 , Bruce 4 Hill, Basil 105 Hill, Diane 165 Hill, Eugene 221 Hill, Lue 144 Hill, Mike 144 Hill, Patricia 165 Hill, Ron 165 Hill, Sandra 62,153,105 Hill Hill ,Susan 105 skotter, Dennis 165 Hobart, Steve 105 Hobbs, Ginny 165 Hohbs, Russell 144 Hobson, Steve 105 Hogan, Mark 165 Haoue, Rachelle 105,135,273 Hokholt, Carla 61 .105,214,223 Holcomb, Lee 165 Holeman, Ben 144,214,228 Hollingshead.Shirley 105 Hallowell. Mike 165,237 Holman, Jimmie 165 Holmes. Judi 105,135,220 Holmes. Wanda 165,177,214 Holmes Wendy 87,105,132,135,214 Halt. Ethel 105 Hooley, Rita 105 Hoopes, Jim 144 Hoover, Ludonna 144 Hoppe, Nancy 144 Hopper, Dave 165 Howler, Ross 144 Hopper, Susan 144 Hornicek. Cindy 105 Horton. Bob 106 Hose, Cheryl 144,233 Howard. Gwen 165 228 I Howard. Jim 144 Howe, Carl 65,66,106 Howland, John 65,144 Huang, Liya 165 Huber, Skip 106.133,232,236 241,262 Huber. Steve 144,232,236,262 Hubl, Gary 165 Huck, George 237 Hudock. Sandy 61.144 Huev Raymond 165,266 Huff, Steve 144 Hughes, Kathy 165 Hughes, Peaay 106 Hughes, Robert 144 Hughs. John 106 Hull, Holli 65.144,155,208.226 Hull, Terry 62.65,69,106,186,208 Hull, Tupaer 72,106,226,228 Humphrey, Jim 165 Humphreys, Bill 59,106,217 Hunt, Curtis 165 Hunt, Dean 144 Hunt. Gayle 65,69,106,1 32,1 34,208,210, 215 Hurley, Karen 83,165,233 Hurst, Joan 273 Hurst, John 106,226 Hushbeck, Kim 165 Hyman, Debbie 144 Ibarreta, Gail 165 lgnotovich, Nancy 106 ller, Mary 165 lnamasu, Diane 144 Inglis, Donn 144 lnglis, Frank 54,55,106,209,210,216 Irwin, Wayne 165 Isaacs, Bill 106 Isaacson, Linda 106 Isaak, Nick 144 Islas, Cecelia 106 Isozaki, Jeff 165 lvy, James 106 Jackson, Carlo 144 Jackson, Ed 165 Jackson, Jeff 106,255 Jackson, Karen 144 Jackson, Pot 65,165 Jacobsen, Larry 165 Jager, Barry 144 Jann, Doug 165,262 Jornogin, Cleve 165 Jarvis, Brad 165,237 Jarvis, Brenda 106 Jarvis, Paul 144 Jasa, Doug 106,236,241,255,299 Jelley, Darrel 106 Jenkins, Debbie 68,165 Jones, Linda Jones, Linda 166 Jones, Mike 145 Janes, Penni 145 Jones, Rick 145 Janes, Steve 65,107,135 Jones, Steve Jones, Steve Jorgensen, Pearl 145 Juarez, Ron 107 Judson, .Rosie 166 Judson, Susan 166,177 Judson, Suzanne 207,226,230 Juencke, Bob 145 Jung, Mabel 145,274 Junder, Richard 107 Juniquerio, Mary 108,208 Jurado, Joe 145,266 Jutt, Stephanie 61,62,63,65,69,145,209 61 ,107,214,223 145,237 228 l Kaiser, Dennis 145 Kale, Lana 166,218 Kalebaugh, Dave 166 Kanibayashi, Kamp, Jerri Dick 166,237,262 108 Kaplan, Robyn 145,223 Kamploni, Debbie 166 Karutz, Lynn 166 Kasparia, Terri 166 Kates, Debbie 145 Kawada, Arth Kee, Gloria Keel, Sandra Keele, Lindo ur 108 145,227 61 ,62,108,214,230 145 xea, surly 145 Kehi, Glen 1 08 Keizur, Bill 108 Kelly, Corinne 145 Kelly, Debby 62,145 Kelly, Kevin 145 Kelley, John 108 Kelley, Lonnie 145 Kelley, Sandra 108 Kenadall, Terry 166 Kendall, Elizabeth 166 Kendall, Phyll is 166,217 KendaIl,Stefanie 83,166,233 Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jensen, Ken 55,144,155,214,216 Lorraine 62,144 Tom 87,107,132 Robert 165 Jimenez, John 165 Jimenez, Liz 144,215,226,233 Jimenez, Tom 107,210,222 Jirka, M ike 107,227 Joaauin, Wanda 144 Johansen, Irene 107,215,222 Johnson, Alan 107,222 Johnson, Becky 107 Johnson, Dave 165 Johnson, Debbie 144 Johnson, Dennis 107 Johnson, Don 144 Johnson, Duane 107 Johnson, Everett 165 Johnson, Gale 107 Johnson, Gale 145 Johnson, Jim 144 Johnson, Judie 56,61 ,107 Johnson, Judy Johnson, Lois 166,217 65,107,221 Johnson, Lynn 166 Johnson, Mike 144 Johnson, Patti 144 Johnson, Rick 166 Johnson, Sean 145 Johnston, Sandra 62,166,230 Johnstone, Jay 107 Joice, Diane 54,137,145,155,206,211, 216,230,274 Joice, Gail 166,177,223,226,275 Jones, Bob 145 Jones, Chris 166 Jones, Eldon 166 Jones, Kathy 166 Kennedy, Dan 166 Kenyon, Dennis 145 Kenyon, Ivan 166 Kern, Richard 166 Kerner, John 166 Kestin, Hollie 63,166 Keyser, Janis 61,145,155,207 Kiefer, Donna 145 Kiernan, Tom 108,224 Kilpatrick, Debi 62,145 Kilpatrick, Randy 108 Kim, Jerald 145 Kimmel, Gene 145 Kindel, Nancy 108 King, Steve 166 King, Steve 145 King, Wanda 63,166,221 Kingen, Pal 108 Kirschenman, Dennis 108 Kirsten, Kathy 145,208,233 Kissman, Hans 145 Kieldsen, Dana 145 Kiera, Steve 166,222 Klein, Kathy 108 Klein, Tom 72,145,236 Klein, Werner 166,237 Kleinert, Howard 166,222 Kleinteld, Gary 166 Klevan, Jan 57,61 ,145,155,2l7,226 Klieves, Borry 166 Klinger, Bob 145,232,236,243,246 Klinger, Mike 166 Knorad, Donald 145 Knudsen, Bob 145 Koch, Vicki 166 Kohl, Rick 166 Kohls, Terry 166 Koker, Raymond 166,222,262 Koliha, Bruce 166,187,208,228,244 Kamure, Alice 145,226,274 Kamure, Steve 108,252,253 Konrad, Don 221 Kontos, Pam 145 Korich, Rick 166 Kosich, George 65,66,I66 Kosich, Sam 166,228,254 Koulouris, Pele 166,210 Koyl, David 109 Krause, George 109 Kramer, Karen 166 Krein, Vickie 109,222 Kreiss, David 109 Kreth, Denise 109,214 Krey, Darlene 145 Krey, Linda 166,275 Kroagman, Jeannie 109 Kroencke, Pam 75,l09,132,186,206,207, 215,226 Kroh, Dennis 145 Kroon, Dennis 109 Kritzer, Dennis 166 Krueger, Tim 109 Krupp, Louie 109 Kubena,-Tony 109 Kubota, Bob 109,135,228 Kubota, Susan 166,177 Kundert, Debbie 145 Labarthe, Claudia 166 LaBarthe, Mauvette 109 LaBerge, Paul 145,222 LaBotte, Cliff 109 Lacer, Larry 166 Lacer, Falla 145 Ladiges, David 166 Lafargue, Craig 109 Lagomarsino, Frank 145 Lam, Sue 166 Lamaster, Donna 63,166 Lamb, Marsha 145 Lomb, Teena 166 Lambert, Jack 145 Lamberti, Alice 166 Lamberti, David 145 Larnpman, Steve 109 Lane, Debbie 145,233 Lan Carol 109 9, Lang, Susan 54,65,137,145,155,206,209, 230,274 Lang, Tom 166,237,262 Langer, Irwin 236 Lansford, Greg 145 LaRose, Bruce 145 Lau, Nem 75,87,109,137,226,273 Laughridge, Tom 145 Lavagino, Luis 166 Laverone, John 145 Lawson, Donna 146 Lawson, Dusty 167 Lazano, Frank 233 Lazzareschi, Nick 65,167,237,252 Lea, Beverly 167 Leach, Carolyn 65 Leary, Paul 146,268 Ledbetter, Debbie 167,217 Lee, Albert 63,167,220 Lee, Cliff 146,155,209,225,227 Lee, Calvin 146,252 Lee, Cheryl 109,211,273 Lee, Don 146 Lee, Gail 146,211,274 Lee, Jack 65,69,72,146,155,226,228 Lee, Janice 72.146,226,230,274 Lee, Janice 167,220 Lee, June 146 Lee, Lester 65,a6,1a7,237,262 Lee, Patty 109 Lee. Phyllis 157,167,177,233 Lee, Richard 63.65.146 Lee, Ronald 167,220,221,260,262 Lee, Sue 62.110 Lee, Ted 110 Lee, Tommy 110 Lee, Vickie 110,186,187,215,233,273 Legg, Bill 62,110 Lehmann, Deborah 110 Leicht, Shelly 110,281 Leivas, Priscilla 167 Lema, Janice 72,82,146,226 Lemburg, Rick 167,268 Lenhart, Mervin 146 Lents, Steve 110 Lenzi, Steve 146 Leonard, Cheryl 110 Leonard, Travis 110,233 Leonardini, Cathi 167 Leonardini, Karen 63,167 Leonardini Ron 167,237,262 Lew, Stephen 54,110,135,209,2 228,229 Lewis, Dave 62,146,228 Lewis, Dennis 146,210 Lewis, Peggy 68,167,275 Lewis, Lewis, Roberta 68,110,273 Susan 62,110 Leyva, Bob 110 Licciardi, Mike 167 Likong, Steve 167 Lim, Jeanne 14-6,209,274 Lim, Judy 146,155,209,2l1,214,274 Lim, Li Limas, Linde, sa 110,135,20B,210,225 Amelia 146 Verita 110,227 Lindsey, Conni 146,217 Lindsey, Pat 146 Linauist, Martin 110 Liapen-Holtz, Jan 167,226,233 Liskew Little, icz, Allen 146 Jack 146 Livingston, Gayle 110 11,216. Livingston, Sandy 167 Lobenberg, Dennis 1'l1 Labosco, Denise 61,74,85,l11,186,226, 230,233,294 Locke, Janet 167 Locke. Kenneth 167 Locker, Ellen 146 Lockhart, lan 167,221 Lockhart, Nancy 111 Lozkmiller, Wayne 146 Loechler, Phil 111 Loesch, Nancy 146 Loffswold, Sue 111,134,215,230 Logan, Lloyd 167 Logan, Mike 167 Logan, Pat 111 Loh, Victor 146 Lonero, Katha 57,61,146,209,217 Long, Charlotte 146,223 Lang, Eric 137,146,155,232,246,248,255 Long, Larry 111,233 Lonnevik, Jerry 111 Lonnevik, Laurie 167 Look, Ray 111 Loaer, Mark 167 Lopez, Sheri 111 Lopez, Vince 167 Loren , Jack 167 Lores, Eloy 146 Lothro Lothrop, Wade 167,210 Louie, Dennis 62,111,211,220 Louie, Kevin 111 p, Camilla 146,217,220,223 1 Y Leong, Diane 167 Leong, Joanne 167 Leong, Ron 146 Leong, Steve 110 Leow, Donald 110 Leow, Susan 146 Letlow, Terri 146 Levy, Tom 146,208,228 Lew, Lawrence 157,167,177,228 Louie, Wallace 146 Lovdal, Della 167 Low, Gary 167 Low, Michele 111 Low, Toni 167 Low, Willard 146,225 Lowe, Tam 146 Lowell, Deanna 146 Lowenthal, Mitchell 62,167 Lowrey, Kathy 146 Loy, Gary 167 Lozo, Roluh 111 Lozano, Frank 146,262 Lozier, Marlene 146 Lubin, Ron 65,146 Lucaccini, John 167 Lucaccini, Liz 146 Lifcas, Marti 146 Lucas, Paul 167,221 Lucchesi, Danny 83,111,132,209,211, 219,22O,227,228 Luchini. Richard 111,227 Lucot, Jim 146 Luian, Gloria 112 Luian, John 167 Luian, Mark 167 luke, Jack 146 Luke, Linda 146 Lum, Anita 146 Lum, Wendy 112 Lumm, Roger 167,210 Luna, Bill 167 Lund, Bill 146 Lund. John 146,216,252 Lundquist, Janet 167 Lutz, Brady 112 Luyendyk, Judy 112,287 Lyman, Paul 167 307 Lynch, Rory 62,146 Lynn, Greg 167 Lyons, JaY 167 Macciardi, Chiara 146 Maccini, Diaria 85,112,233,281 Macias, Dan 167 Mackey, Bob 112,262,299 Mackey, Steve 167,237,262 MacKinnon, Marlin 146 MacNear, Sleve 167 Madison, Charlolle 112 Madison, Vicki 167 Maduena, Charles 146 nladuena, Paul 146 Maeder, David 112 Mafiei, Debbie 167 Mosby, Henry 167 Magellan, Barlan 65,66,167 Mah, Sally 147 Makelim, Jackie 112 Maland, Gary 112,268 Maldonado, Joe 167 Malinawaki, Herb 112,222 Mullen, Pam 112,133,233 Mallell, Rick 72,147,226,228,268 Malloy, Slove 167,237,254,256 Malone, Debbie 147,274 Mangneuem, Charles 168 Mann, Calhy 147 Mann, Debbie 147,223 Mann, James 147 Mann, Nicolelle 168,211,230 Mannie, Melissa 61,62,147,208 Manuel, Laurie 147,226,233,274 Maples, Maurila 168 Marenao, Mark 112 Margie, Toni 112 Mariani, Kalhy 83,1-68,233 Mark, Belly 112,273 Mark, Gary 147 Markel, Chris 62,147,236 Marks, Emily 147,155,187,205 Marlow, Susan 63,168 Marquez, Chris 147 Marr, Irene 65,1l2,135,206,225,230,273 Marsh, Cindy 168 Marsh, Jill 113 Marshall, Bobbie 168 Marsian, David 168 Marlin, Belly 168 Marlin, Beverly 62,147,214 Marlin, Cindy 147 Marlin, Connie 168,275 Marlin, David 113,232,233,236,241,242, 255 Marlin, Doug 113,232,233,236,259 Marlin, Fred 169 Marlin, Greg 147,252,253 Marlin, Joan 147 Marlin, Kris 168 Marlin, Nancy 113 Marlin, Slephen 113 Marline, Alex 147 Marlinez, Carol 147 Marlinez, Charlie 113 Marlinez, Frank 113 Marlinez, Michael 63,147 Martinez, Triexie 113 Marlon, Regina 113 Mason, Jerry 147,221 Mason, Richard 147 M6ss6a,lr1dy 113 Mala, Theresa 147 Malhews, Cheryl 62,147,219,274 Malhews, Marilyn 63,147 Malhews, Marlin 168 Malkin, Cindy 68,168 Malsuo, Kalhy 64,113,135,22O,273 Malsuoka, Denis 168 Malleucci,David 63,168,237,252,262 Maupin,Chrisline 168,215 May, Millie 113,273 Mayer, Janel 168 Mayo, Debbie 168 Mayo, Tim 168 Mayo, Tim 147,262 Mayo, Tom 147,246 Mazzucchelli, Donna 168 McAdams, Charles 74,113,125,135,209, 214,225,226 McAdams, Hugh 56,57,63,147,188,217 Ml:Carly, Harry 84,113,181,233 McCarlhy, Janel 62,168 McCarlhy, Maureen 68,113,211,225 McCauley, Doug 147 308 McCauley, Mike 63,147 McClure, Anna 168 McClure, Francine 147,274 McCook, Karen 113,222 McCormick, Alison 168 McCormick, Ed 113,225,252 McCrary, Margo 147 A McCrimmon, Colleen 147 McDaniel, Dan 147,225 McDonald, Calhy 113 McDonnell, Mike 168 McElary, Palsy 62,147 McFarlin, Sleve 147 M:Gaw, Slewarl 147 McGowan, Jim 147 Mclnlosh. John 147 Mclnlosh, Sue 168 Mclnlosh, Wendy 168,230 Mclnlurf, Alfred 147,214 Mclnlurl, Dennis 168 McKee, Joe 59,168,217 Mclieegan, Bob 113 McKeeQan,Janel 147,155,23o,29o McKinley, Merle 168 McKinley, Palrice 168,275 McManus, Bill 113,214 McManus, Glenda 168 McMeechan, Chuck 114,232,236,255, 258,286 McMorran, Denise 63,168 McNally, Kalhy 147 McWain, Dixie 65,114 McWain, Rick 114 McWilliams, Paula 168,210 Mecum, Virginia 69,114,273 Meder, Fred 147 Medel, Pal 147,217 Mehan, Rosalie 62,147,155,208,274 Mehrer, Charlene 168 Meier, Calhy 147,223 Meineke, Gordon 168 Meiia, Renee 168,275 Melden, Tom 168 Memory, Bob 114,262 Mendel, Pally 61 ,147,155,209,214,217 Men.-1616, Ed 54,147,155,207,209,211, 214,216,228,244,245,268 Mendoza, Larry , 147 Mendoza, Sleve 147,262 Messner, Randy 147 Mepham, Jack 114 Meraz, Anila 147 Meraz, Pal 147 Meraz, Sandi 114 Merla, .lanel 114 Merrihew, Delphine 147 Merill, Lindsay 147 Merlzweiller, Phil 147 Merwin, Rulh 147 Messher, Pal 148 Melcalf, Glenn 168,221,268 Melz, Peggy 168,275 Meyer, Carol 114 Meyer, Calhy 23,73,81,114,135,206, 207,208,215,226 Meyer, Debbie 148 Michael, Mary 148,223 Michelse, Rick 168 Middlelon, Mark 168,208,220,228 Midwin, Gordon 148 Mignacco, Rod 168,222 Mikasa, Jayne 65,114,211,220 Milano, Pal 148 Milano, Vicky 114,215 Miller, Cindy 168 Miller, Geraldine 168 Miller, Jane 148,217 Miller, Jim 168 Miller, Karen 114,223,273 Miller, Laura 168 Miller, Russ 168 Miller, slrqryrre 114 Mills, Tom 65,148 Miloslavich, Bob 114,227 Millan, Kalhy 61 ,148,155,217 Minahen, Michael 168,209,228 Minalre, Richard 168 Minello, Chris 74.114,186,215,220, 226,233,278,282 Miniaci, Pally 114 Miniare, Sharon 168 Miniarez, Don 148 Miranda, Debbie 168 Misek, Dagmor 168 Misenhimer, Deblby 114 Milchell, Eizabelh 148 Millleslead,Marlha 148,223 Mobley, Calhy 62,168 Mobley, Linda 148 Mock, Pam 168 Maerman, Kirk 168,177,228 Moerman, Ross 114,187,209,212, 227,228 Moliall, Carol 169,177,207,215,226 M6166 Marvin 114,135 M6l1rr6, Marlha 6S,115,133,135,208, 220,273 Molina. Marlin 169,244,245,263,264 M6rr6g6rr, owe 157,169 Morregurr, Diane 115,132,l35,206,222, 230,231 Monk, Sl Moncyli, Monolli, eve 55,148 Joanne 115 Judy 169 Monlanez, Diane 169,218 Aorrlqrrez, Roberl 148,252 Moody, Mary 115 Moody, Sally 148 Moon, Helen 115,216 Moore, Kalhleen 115 Moore, Lrsrrrrge 61,65,69,a2,115,135, 186,189,194,209 Moore, Pal 148 Moore, Sally 61 ,72,115,186,209,226,2 Morales, Morales, Morden, Morelli, Morengo Moreno, Moreno, Moreno, Moreno, 'Moreno, Moreno, Beverley 169 RaY 115 Renee 169 David 115 , Mark 299 Armando 169,237,262 Carlos 115 Fred 148 Laura 169 Roberl 169 Rose 169 of71T", .r L, .s Mareno,Slephen 169 Mlaesco, Larry 169,177,237 Morgan, Darrell 115 Morgan, Marcia 169 Morgan, TerrY 148 Morley, Tony 65,1 15,132,232,236, 238,262 Marris, Dave 169 Marris, Debbie 169,215 Morris, Karen 115 Morris, Laura 148 Morris, Loren 169 Morris, Randy 148 Morris, Rea 148 Morris, Vic 169,268 Marlon, Chris 169 Moscala, Frank 148,254 Mosl, Debbie 148 Mounce Mowal, Mowal, Moyle, Moyle, , Sharon 167 David 169 Judy 148 Bruce 148,210 Janice 148,155 Mullally, Terrence 169 Mullen, Munoz, Munoz, Munoz, Murphy Vlurphy Carl 169 Charles 115 Dan 148 Sylvia 169 , Mike 169 Shirley 169 Murray,i Doug 116 Murray, David 115,244,262 Murray, Peggy 116,273,230,278 Murray Roberla 1 69 Muslelll, Diane- 54,148,155,208,216, 222,225 Muzia, Muzia, Myers, Myers, Nadolli Jay 65,66,116,208,225,228,262 Rick 69,169,228 Kalhy 116 Calvin 169 ,Jim 148,289 Nagel, Gayle 74,116,206,226,230, 283.297 Nagel, Gres 169, Nakade, Ed 116 Nash, Rick 169 Nalarlez, Deborah 169 Nauyok, Vivki 62,169,177,209,217 Navane, Dave 116,236 Neal, Linda 69 Neely, Garold 148,217 Neilzel, Ginny 62,148 Nellman, Chris 169 Nelson, Nelson, Dawn 169 Don 116,215,228 Nerl, D1.-rrrrre 116 Neri, Ron 116 Neslsln, Ronda 116 Nessler, Janel 148 30' Newberry, Trudy 116,186,225 Newell, Bill 169,254 Newell, Roberl 116,247 Newslrom, Susan 169,177,207,226 Newlon, Jo Ann 148 lslewlorr, Richard 169,237,268 Nichley, Allen 148 Nicholas, Cindy 62,148 Nichols, PeQSY 223,273 Nicholson, Dan 169,232,237,247,254 Nicholson, Evelyn 169 Nielsen, Chris 169,177 Nielson, Dena 116 Nielsen, Elizabelh 169 Nielo, Chrislina 169 Nilmeyer, Gene 148,255 Nishida, Dale 169,177,214 Nishida, Gary 16,210,225 Nishikawa, Kenny 169,177,228 Nilla, Phillip 117 Noack, Rinda 62,169 Nogare, Lynelle 75,117,207,214, 226,273,279 Nogare, Pam 169,207,275 Nogues, Gerald 148 Norley, Louis, 117 Norlhway, Carol 148 Norman, Barl 117 Novak, Linda 148 Novinger, Sleve 169 Novinger, Terry 117 Novo, Marie 169,275 Nozuka, Ben 148 Null, DODS 117 Nunez, Nancy 117 Nyberg, Jim 148,209,210,214,228 Az Nylen, Jim 148 Oalman, Debra 169 Obenshain, Jim 148,209 Ober, Bradley 169 O'Brien, Kalhleen 148 C'Brian, Kelly 169 O'Brien, Maureen 148,223 O'Connar, Janice 61 ,65,69,148 O'Connor, Slephanie 148 O'Day, Pally 62,169 O'Flarily, Kalhy 169 Okerman, Roanne 148 Okubo, David 117 Okuba, Evelyn 169 Olaver, Donald 117 OIneY,Tirn 62,117,209,214 Olvera, David 117 Olvera, Nick 148 O'Neal, Donnie 170,244 O'Neal, Sherry 148 Onela, Evelyn 117,135 ohm, John 117,268,269 Onizuka, Diane 170,275 Orozco, Ron 148,226,232 Orlega, Palli 170 Orlez, Casey 170,236,242,247,250 Orlez, Laura 117,22O,233,287 Oshidari, Berdi 117,135 Oshima, Sylvia 170,210 Oslerlie, Lynn 170,275 oslrqrrder, Pnrrr 62,117,220,23O Overfield, William 170 Owen, Barbara 64,117 Owens, Janis 117 Pace, Susan 148 Pack, Danna 62,170,275 Padilla, Dave 170 Padilla, Nick 170 Padilla, Palli 63,148 Padula, Nancy 117,208 Palazuelos, Eddie 170 Palmer, Dennis 170 Palmer, Greg 170,237,262 Palmer, Joan 62,613,118 Panissa, Mel 148 Fankey, Jennifer 170 Papini, Carol 59,118 Paris, James 170 Parker, Donna 148,216 Parker, Paula 170 Parker, Renila 148 Parker, Wayne 149,252 Parkin:on,Debbie 170,206 Parks, Rick 149 Parmenter, Janice 170,275 Parriera, Genevieve 170,275 Parriera, Veronica 170,275 Parrish, George 5B,59,170,217,228,266 Parrish, Sue 170,208,219 Parsons, Diana 62,149,221,217 Passeggi, Janelle 62,149,208 Passei,Jonathan 221 Passel, Jonathan 170 Pastore, Chris 118 Pastorino, Valerie 170,217,2l9,275 Patt, Ellen 170,210 Patt, Eric 65,149 Patt, Patricia 65,118 Paulo, Pamela 149,218 Paulo, Ray 170,254 Pricola, Jolinda 119,233 Priest, Eileen 144 Prima, Richard 75,119,135,187,206, 226,252,253 Prima, Tony 170,252 Proulx, Steve 170,177,247,260,261 Prout, Bill 119 Pruelett, Dawn 171 Pruett, Bill 171 Pruett, Bob 171 Pullum, Margaret 119 Puria, Louis 149 Putnam, Pat 149,246 Qualls, Suzanne 54,55,61,149,155, 217,226 Quan, Art 149,260 Quan, Jane 119,273 Quarters, Don 171 Quartero, Kathy 149 Queirola, Vickie 149 Questo, Linda 171 Questo, Mike 288 Roberts, Debra 150,274 Roberts, Gordon 171 Roberts, Ronna 171,275 Robertson, Charlene 171 Robertson, Claudia 63,150 Robertson, Debra 150 Robinson, Beverlie 120,215,226,233 Robinson, Bob 171,254 Robinson, Dave 171 Robinson, Dennis 150 Robinson, Donna 171,230 Robinson, Janet 120 Robinson, Jo Lynn 65,120,230 Robinson, Laurie 150 Robinson, Russ 120,252 Robles, Mark 150 Robels, Vickie 171 Robson, Robert 171 Rocha, Lillian 150 Rock, Lois 62,150,208 Rode, Don 150 Rodrigues, Dianne 171 Rodinsky, Rhonda 120 Roeser, Janey 171,226 Rogers, Dave 150,232,268,269 Rogers, Don 150,221 Rogers, Jim 121 Paxson, Janice 149 , Payne, Mike 170,209,228 Pechan, Dave 149 Peckinpaugh, John 118 Peckinpaugh, Linda 118 Pedrini, Angela 149 Pegg, Gary 170,237 Pence, Wayne 118 Pendergrass, Kathi 170 Pennell, Roseanne 170 Perefoy, Peggy 118 Pereira, Mike 118,232,246,250,255, 258,259 Perez, Joclyn 149 Perez, Joe 118 Perez, Michael 170,228 Perkins, Benito 149 Perkins, David 170 Perkins, William 149 Peroni, Linda 149 Perry, Kathy 170 Perry, Vicki 118 Pesetti, Natilie 149 Peters, Tanya 118 Peters, Vickie 41,118,282 Peterson, Christine 170 Quiegel, Darren 119 Quinn, Monty 171 Quintal, Steve 171 Quitalvo, Cathey 68,171 Rabin, Bonnie 61 ,62,149,214,233 Racho, Ted 171 Raffertey, Mike 171 Ragsdale, Rick 171 Roichel, Debbie 119,186,206,214,230 Raines, Sandra 171,177 Rambo, Patricia 149 Ramierl, Gino 171 Ramirez, John 149,262 Ramsey, Betty 171 Ramsgaard, Susan 149,155,209 Randolph, Debbie 63,171 Randolph, Linda 149,274 Randolph, Randy 149,244 Rangga, David 149 Rankin, Danny 120 Raquel, Paul 171,254 Ratcliff, Cynthia 171 Ratekin, Lester 120 Rathsen, Steve 149 Ratto, Warren 149 Raymond, Ann 149,155,207,274 Rea, Becky 149 Reaves, Reaves, Coral 120 Melissa 63,171 Red, Carol 120 Reddick, Judy 149,155,225,274 Reeder, Rick 171,268 Reese,Tom 120 Reese, Virginia 171 Reeves, Robert 171 Reid, Linda 63,149 Reinking, Laurie 149,155,209,215, 226,233 Rogers, Tom 150,262 Rohn, Deborah 121 Rolleri, Pam 121 Rollins, Mike 121 Romero, J osie 121,233 Romero, Manuel 150,252,262 Romero, T ony 171 Rong, Dana 150 Root, Cathy 171 I Sarm Sarm ent, Pamela 122 ent, Pete 172 Sartor, Steve 172 Saud Sava Savo ie, Chris 172 ge, Angie 122,287 ie, Micheline 122 Sawyer, MafY 150,210 Sawyer, Sandi 150 Sawyer, Susan 122 Sawyer, Tawanna 150 Sawyer, Wesley 172 Roper, James 150 Rose, Lynda 150 Rose, Ma Rosen, M rla 63,150 anette 121,217 Rosenkilde, Glenn 150 Rosenkilde, Laura 121 Rosenquiest, Shirley 121 Rosenquiest, Stan 121 Rosin, Diana 150 Rosin, Kathy 150 Ross, Jolinda 171 Sheld Peterson, Henry 149 Peterson, Kathy 149 Peterson, Kay 118,132,135,225 Peterson, Marie 170 Peterson, Robert 149 Peterson, Sandi 56,57,11B,217 Pezzi, Barbara 149 Pfeifle, Clyde 118,252,253 Pfeifle, Patty 170 Phillips, Potty 170 Phillips, Pom 118 Phillips, Rhonda 149 Phillips, Roger 170 Pierce, Kay 170 Pierce, Susan 62,170,219 Pierce, Ted 170,232,254 Pierucci, Bob 118 Pippi, Randy 149 Pippi, Valerie 118 Pitts, Glen 118 Pitts, Jeanena 170 Pittman, Curtis 149 Plageman, Larry 119 Platt, Ron 170 Plummer, Joy 170 Pocoroba, Beth 119 Pocoroba, Fred 119 Polanich, Janis 119 Polifka, Frank 170,210,214,22B,26B Pollard, Ron 170,222,228 Pontiff, Claudia 119,273 Popovich, Connie 149 Popuch, Mildred 170 Peres, Elaine 170 Porter, Tom 170 Poupart, Charles 170 Powell, Denise 149 Powell, Dennis 63,149 Powers, Delain 170 Powell, Jim 149,221 Prato, Richard 66,69,119,132,187,252 Pralo, Steve 65,66,69,170,20B,228 Pratt, Candi 61,62,149 Preeo, Paula 170 Preeo, Sheryl 119 Prentiss, Mike 149 Reiswig, Janice 149 Rekow, Randy 171 Renoles, Joseph 120 Renner, Laurie 149 Renner, Robert 171 Reno, Karen 149 Repka, Lavina 171 Retherford, Linda 61,149 Retherford, Terri 171 Reuscher, Darlene 120 Reuscher, Mike 171 Reusswig, Mary Ellen 171 Rey, Sandy 149 Reynolds, Judy 120 Reynolds, Spencer 120 Reynoso, John 149,232,262 Reynoso, Mona 120 Richichi, Kathy 150 Richie, Valari 150,155,208,211 Richwine, Angie 171 Rick, Harriet 171 Riggs, Randy 171 Righetti, Ray 171 Rippey, Duane 171 Rippey, Patty 120 Presley, Richard 170 Rivera, Caren 150 Pretel, Carol 170,177,275 Rivera, Janet 150 Pribyl, Steve 65,66,119,26S,285 Rivers, Stacie 65,171 ,208,230 Price, Janice 149,274 Rliey, Ken 150 Price, Larry 119 Roberts, Alon 150 Ross, Mark 121 Ross, Robert 150 Rossi, Carol 61,85,l21,233,282 Rowlan, Sandy 171 Rowland, Vana 121 Rubino, Christine 171 Rubino, Louie 121 Ruhstaller, Tod 74,82,121,1B9,207, 209,226,228,302 Ruiz, Barbara 63,171 Ruiz, Vicky 171 Rundle, Alice 171,230 Rusca, Dale 121,210,222 Rushing, Mark 171 Rushing, Phillip 171,237 Rushing, Robin '150 Russell, Jeff 150 Russo, Bob 121,246,250 Rutherford, Bev 150 Ryckman, Barbara 62,63,121 Rydol, Janice 171 Sakai, Rebecca 150,155,274 Sakai, Wayne 171 Salisbury, Judy 62,150 Salisbury, Keith 172,221 Salisbury, Debbie 172 Salmon, Suzette 150 Salvetti, Nancy 121 Samuels, Randi 150 Samuelson, Carey 172 Samuelson, Cora 121 Sanchez, Claudio 172 SanAgustin, Ken 150 Sanchez Sanchez ,Mark 150 ,Ron 172 Sanchez, Ronald 121 Sanders, Cheryl 150 Sanders, Jim 150,246,255 Sanders Linda 122 Sanford: Cheryl 172 Santini, Santos, Sapata, Dave 122 Bob 172 Ramona 150 Sapien, Chuck 150,262 Sapien,Sue 65,172 Sarabia, Guadalupe 172,208 Sarcander, Lynda 58,61,122,186,2 17 Scanavino, Jean 122,214,239 Scatcna, Bob 122,215,228 Scelzi, Leslie 150 Schacfsma, Karen 172 Schachten, Linda 63,150,217 Schaefer, Glenn 172 Schaenman, Liz 65,122 Schaeneman, Robert 172 Schaffer, Allen 122 Schaffer, Neil 150 Schamber, David 122,135,214 Schamber, John 172,209 Schaupp, Virginia 61 ,62,1 22,207 Schenone, Chris 61,122,206,215,230,233 297' Schiolfino, Louie 122 Schieiling, Grace 122 Schleicher, Brian 150 Schimid, Mark 62,150 Schmidt, Bill 150 Schmidt, Mike 150 Schmidt, Susan 172 " Schneider, Colleen 150 Schneider, Jim 172 Schneider, Linda 65,172 Schneider, Steve 172 Schoenlein, Lois 172 Schon, Mark 172,247,254 Schon, Steve 122,228 Schreiber, Janis 172 Schrieve, Rick 172,177 Schroeder, Barbara 61,122 Schueltz, Gary 122 Schuetz, Steve 150 Schuler, Cathi 150,214,215,233 Schulz, Karen 123 Schultz, Timothy 172 Schwoerer, Linda 150 Scott, Becky 172,226,233 Scott, Bill 151,232,236,239,246,249, 255 Scott, Bob 64,65,66,81,123,135,211,225, 228 Scott, David 172 Scott, Diana 157,172 Scott, Fred 151 Scott, Julie 62,172,177 Scott, Lindo 172 Scott, Marsha 123,230,273 Scott, Ray 123 Scott, Sandra 172 Scrafield, Jack 172,237,262 Sealy, Mike 172 Seally, Richard 123 See, Danny 172 Seeley, Carol 172,177,21l,275 SeibeI,Sharon 172 Seibel Steve 123 Seite Seite Seite S ' z n, Cathie 172 rt, Daryl 172 rt, Rick 151 ally 23 eit , S 1 Segarini, Wendy 123 Self, Self, Self, Denise 172 Kathy 172 Nicholas 151,232 Sellers, Art 172 Senderav, Jerry 151,155,215,228,233 Sepul veda, Richard 151 Shaliean,Arnette -123,135 Shannon, Jay 172 Shaughnessy, Kathy 172 Shaughnessy, Steve 123 , Debby 137,151,233 Shaw Shaw, Jackie 151 Shaw, Jim 151 Shaw, Karen 123 Shaw, Mark 172 Sheenhan, JoAnn 123 on, Jaan 62,151 ,l55,214 Sheppard, Becky 123,217 Sheppard, Sheila 58,61,151,217 Sherman, Donna 123 Sherman, Rich 172 Sheuerrnan, David 151 Shields, Bruce 123 Shields, Doug 151 Shields, Margaret 123 Shima, George 65,66,69,151,228 Sl1imakawa,Joan 172,177,275 Shipes, Randy 65,172 Shocknesse, Larry 151 Sfhoneff, Tom 124 Shrieve, Rick 215 Stroud, Richard 152 Stroud, Janet 61,152 Wade, Ronnie 153 Shriver, Kathy 151,274 Shriver, Ron 172 Sibort, Paulette 124,223 Siclers, Phil 151 Sietried, Bob 172,268 Siess, Robert 151,227 Silva, Barbara 151 Silvera, Mary 41,124 Silver, Marianne 62,611,124 Silver, Pat 151 Simmons, Bill 172 Simmons, Jerry 124 Simmons, Tony 124 Simoncic, Maryann 151 Simpon, Dennis 124 Singer, Harold 63,124 Skaggs, Glenn 151 Skriver, Christine 151 Slater, Cynthia 62,63,124 Strowbridge, Leila 125,303 Stubenberg, Eri c 173,209 Stuckey, Sally 125,233 Sturdivan, Lee 65,173 Sugi, Roderick 65,69,125,209,228 Sullivan, Becky 173 Sullivan, Donny 173,237 Sullivan, Terry 152 Sumahit, Andy 152 Sun, Pam 173 Sunseri, Frank 125,286 Surplus, Pat 173 Surplus, Susan 152,217 Surrit, Ed 152,227 Tapping, Margaret 62,152 Torchia, John 173 Torre, Patty 173 Totten, Camille 152 Tout, Bill 152 Townsen, Karen 174 Tay, Daniel 152 Toy, PSBQY 174,177,211,219 Toy, Richard 127 Tay, Sylvia 174,177 Traphagen,Dake 68,152,266 Traverso, Mike 152 Trede, Sandy 174 Tremain, Steve 65,177,208,232,237 Tretheway, Dixie 152 Trigg, Myron 174 Tuso, Carolyn 56,153 Wallis, Slater, Randal 62,151 Smalling, Jim 151 Smith, Bill 151 Smith, Bobby 151 Smith, Cindy 151 S'mith, Earlene 172 Smith, Harry 172 Smith, Jack 172 Smith, Jean 151 Smith, Jeff 151 Smith, Jerry 124,181 228,233 Smith, John 151 Smith, Julie 151 Smith, Karen 172,295 Smith, Kathy 124 Smith, Kim 172,177,226,247 Smith, Laurie 75,124,215,226,230,280 283 Smith, Linda 151 Srmith, Linda 173 Smith, Mark 173 Smith, Pam 173 Smith, Phyllis 173,238 Smith, Steve 151 Smith, Stuart 65,151,228,268 Smith, Sue E. 124,219 Smith, Susan 124,223,273 Smith, Slusan 151 Smith, Susan 173 Smith Terry 56 58 59124,217 Smithem, Nancy 124 Smyth, Neil 125,133,228 Sheed, Linda 151 Snell, Kathy 151 Snow, Norma 173 Webb, Rick 174 Snyder, Barbara 151 Snyder, Steve 62,151 Soares, Glen 173,224 Soares, Les 173,224 Solari, Jeff 173 Sapp, Ernie 173,237,262 Sato, Lusia 61,62,68,125 Sousa, Brad 151 Southard, David 151 Spanos, James 173,254 Spanos, Vicki 125,,186,207,2l5,273 Speck, Jackie 173 Spencer, Marsha 151 Spink, Jim 151 Springer, Arnold 125 Sourgen, Ron 222,232,236 Slack, Marcia 173 Staderoli, Shireley 125 Stahl, Karla 151 Stulnaker, Jon 151 Stomper, Libby 173,177,215 Stark, Cheryl 125 Starnes, Pot 151,274 Stearns, Larry 151 Stein, Steven 173 Steiner, Leo 125 Slteinwand, Lucille 173 Stelzer, Jim 125 Stephens, Patty 151 Stephenson, Rhonda 151 Stevens, Jon 65,151 Stevens, Nick 125 Stever, Gary 173 Stewart, Jocquie 173,209,275 Stewart, Ray 173 Stipe, John 173,221 Stoker, Debbie 61,151,217 Stoker, Jim 173 Stokes, Joleen 125 Stokes, Theresa 151 Stone, Leslie 173 Stone, Marilyn 151,155,233 Starer, Pam 151 Storey, Tim 173 Stovall, David 63,173 Stover, Robert 173,237 Stoycoff, Debby 125 Strobel, Larry 125 Strobel, Richard 151 310 Sutton, Carolyn 152 Trotter, Pat 174 Sutton, Ellen 173 Truex, Tim 152,174 Sutton, Shirely 125 Trunnell, Bill 152 Swan, George 125 Tsunekawa, Peggy 127,225,273 Sweet, Christy 74,8l,125,186,189,194, Tucker, Darel 174 233,283,290 Tucker, John 152 Swenson, Rand 173 Tucker, Lynn 152 Swicker, Bill 152 Tucker, Wayne 174 Tunquist, Diane 63,174 Tunsen, Violet 59,152,217 Taber, Jackie 152 Taeger, Joyce 75,126,226,279 Taiima, Mark 126,225 Takahara, Jeanette 173 Takeda, Gay 173,295 Takemota, Steven 152 Takeshita, Steve 152,252,268 Takeuchi, Connie 65,152 Tamplin, Marna 62,152 Tanaka, Tim 152 Tanner, Sluson 126 Tarbat, Mike 152,246,255 Tatton, Kathy 126 Taylar, Bob 152 Taylor, Cathy 152,298 Taylor, Diana 152 Taylor, Frank 152,232,236,285 Taylor, Jeanette 126 Taylor, Nancy 126 Taylor, Pricilla 126,135,208,214 Tupper, Beverly 174 Topper, Juliet 152 Tup er, Linda 127,218 P Tupper, Russel 174 Turconi, Wendy 127 Visger, Marsha 56,59,127,217 Visser, Mike 127,236,252,253,262 Vilcarra, Paul 153 Vlaovich, Dan 128 Volpi, Nancy 128,208,217 Vomocil, Boyd 128,132,236,240,262 Voortmeyer, Trina 61,128 Verse, Christine 174 Voyer, Jerry 128,133,207,209,220,Z33, 227 Vayer, Kerry 128,285 Vroman, Leslie 58,61,153 Wadkins, Jorgen 153 Wager, Carrie 41 ,74,233 Waggener, Gail 62,153 Wagner, Linda 63,153 Wagner, Susan 174 Wakai, Karen 174 Wakai, Steve 128 Wakeland, Richard 128,222 Walden, laura 174 Walden, Mike 174 Walker, Candace 128 Turnbeauah, Charlene 174 Turnbow, Steve 127 Turner, Ann 152 Turner, Barbara 174 Turner, Bill 152 Turner, Diana 127,214 Turner, Lynne-4 61,153,214 Turner, Richard 127 Turturici, Mike 65,153 Tuter, Frankie 174 Tyrell, Larry 174,177,268 Tiikas. Mike 153 Urbick, Shiela 61,154 Ulm, Jim 154 Ulm, Gail 154 Vail, Rick 59,174.217,221 Vallery, Ellery 174,252 Vallery, Roger 127 Valverde, Teri 174 Walker, Greg 174 Walker, Harold 174' Walker, Juanita 174,275 Walker, Linda 153 Walker, Nancy 128 Walker, Rodney 174 Walker, Susan 153,274 Wallace, Jim 153,262 Wallace, Mark 153 Richard 153 Walsh, Anita 153,233 Walters, Joner 153 Walters, Sandy 128 Wandersee, Mike 174 Wanner, Howard 153 Word, Colleen 174 Ward, Lynn 174 Wardrip, Lynn 128 Warnke, John 128 Warren, Martha 153 Warthan, Brad 174 Warthan, David 153 Warthan, Greg 153 Washburn, Steve 55,B7,128,216,228,235 Wasserman, Barry 153,155,209,21 1 ,214-, 216,228 Watson, Darrell 153 Watsan Mike 65 66 128,244,262 Watson: Nancy 174 I Watson, Rayetta 153,20B,233,274 Watsan Bill 128,233 Weatheily, Kelly 129 Weatherson, Grover 174 Weaver, Weaver Bonnie 153 Brenda 174 Weaver:Chris 85,129,233,289 Weaver, Gerry 174 Weaver Linda 174 Weaverl Shelly 153 Webb, Linda 174 Taylor, Robert 152 l-wc' - " "Q, J WY! , wa J. ,1 " ' Taylor, Scott 152 1 J ' SN 1'b,f21j:3 1 Taylor, warren 157,l73,177,237 1 ' Temple, tenet 152,219,274 Mg, P . , , to renensfeve 173,232,237,254 we -- , ,QQ "211f5j,. Tennis, Pam 173 1 A . y '-eg renew, ren 61,152 - -: Terry, P61 126 M , x 5-.6 -, Tessier, Melony 63,152 . ki S 1 A Fe if, , Theobald, Cathy 68,126,209 ' 6 y ',-. " Theobald, mum 173 X ' M 'eta .rj Thaeborn, Alan 173 . ' ' fi' -- 6, JI Thomas, Aileen 173,210 Cf A1 , , Thomas, Dennis 152 S, '. E. Thomas, Mahna 126 . ' 1 Q' Thomas, Randy 54,173,177,216,228,237, T' 254 - , , fr Thomas, Tam 152 if -,, ' , x jzf' cf: Thomason, John 126 F' N ' Thomsen, John 152 .pf , , Thompson, Boyd 173 ,i"11?4:if4'-1 , XP ' 6- ,. Thompson, Brion 152,209 Thompson, Bruce 152 Thompson, Charlie 173 VanBuren, John 127 Thompson, Darlene 173 Thompson, David 63,152 Thompson, Gordon 126 Thompson, Janet 126 Thompson, Jeff 173,228 Thompson, Sue 126,273 Thompson, Sue 152 Thompson, Terri 63,152,262 Thornton, Tom 152 Thompson, Vivian 126,219 Tamic, Gordon 173 Thorpe, Martin 126 Thorpe, Susan 173,227 Thranton, Shari 126 Thornton, Tom 173 Tidball, Allen 152 Tideman, Sharon 63,152 Tiffany, Becky 173 Tillotsan, Gary 152,224,236,252 Tillotson, Jim 126 Tirapelle, Don 126 Tirapelle, Jeff 173 Titgen, Kathy 152 Tofanelle, Cindy 173 Toffmire, Charlotte 173 Toler, Terry l26,189,232,255,25B,286 Tomek, Greg 152 Tomoda, Dick 152,223 Toney, Justin 152 Tanium, Dennis 152 VanBuren, John 153,268 VanBuskirk, Raymond 65,174,177 VonBuskirk, Rodger 127 VanCamp, Gordon 153 Vance, Christine 174 Vancil, Gerard 153 VanDyke, Jim 174.268 VanDyke, Sally 174 VanDyke, Tom 153 VanMatre, David 153 VanMatre, Mary 174 Vannucci, Leslie 153 Vonotti, Mike 174 Vargas, Sandra 174 Vorni, Loretta 174,222 Vossallo, Dena 127,288 Vossallo, Kathy 153,155,226,233,288 Vasser, Cathy 174.223 Vaughn, Eddie 174 Veatch, Greg 153 Verkerk, Daryl 127,222 Vernenga, Anthony 153,221 Vernon, Paul 121 Vetters, Kathy 174 Vierra, Louanna 127 Vignolo, Pat 153 Villanvella, Janie 174 Villann, John 174 Vineyard, Judy 174 Vinzant, Steve 153 Weber, Jim 153 Weed, Rick 174 Weeks, John 62,153,236 Weeks, Dale 129,255 Weilburg, Chris 175 Weilburg, Wayne 153,255 Weinstein. Greg 153,233 Weis, Norbert 175 Welch, Don 153 ' Welches, Mark 65,66,175 Welechenko, Carol Anne 153 Wells, Bill 175 Wells, Charles 62,175,221 Wells, Larry 175 Wells, Linda 129,218 Wells, Marcia 65,129,134 Wells, Randy 129 Wells, Rhonda 153 Wendel, Dave 175,177 Wendel, Debbie 175 Wentz Judy 153 Werfel1zlann,Chris 62,175,208 Werner, Jett 153 Wesley, Debbie 63,175 Wesley, Jean 129 Wesson, Donna 129 West, Jeri 153 West, Pat 175 Westcott, Diane 175 Westcott, Liz 63,153 Westcott, Mary 129,186 Westman,Claudia 63,175 Weston, Sharon 129 Wheeler, Robert 175 White, John 153 White, Susan 54,129,216 White, Ted 175 Whiteman, Beckie 129 Whiteman, Paula 129 Whitemore,Joe 57,153,217 Whitmore, Paula 62,214,273 Whittemore, Debbie 157,175,230 Whyte, Clare 129 Whyte, Linda 129,223 Wichman, David 153,210 Wick, Phil 129 Wiggins, Marlene 129 Wisht, Don 175 Wigley, larry -153 Wihlidol, Daryl 129 Wilcox, Chick 153 Wilcox, cindy 62,69,153,218 Wiley, Pam 129,210 Wilkey, Don 153 Wilkey, Joe 174 Wilkinson, Kenneth 129 Willard, Lesley 175 Wille, Greg 65,66,l30,133,236 Williams, Ann 61 ,130,2l9,223,230 Williams, Carol 175 Williams, Chris 175.177,208,233 Williams, John 130 Williams, Nancy 130 Wright, Sandy 175 WU, Ben 175,252 Wyman. Kip 130 Wyant, Scott 154,155,207,209,211,228 Wyatt, been 375,268 WYott, Michelle 175 Xanttopoulos, George 55,150,131 ,135, 189,216,228 Yamada. Carol 175,177 Yang, Betty 131,186,206,207,209,215 Yankee, Janet 131 Yasui, Vivien 175 Ybarrola, Glen 175,177 Yeakel, Betty 154 Yelland, ScottY 131 Yep, Al'ldY 175,237 Yim, John 175 Yip, Arnold 62,154,155,262 Yip, Diane 131,218 Yin. Yin. Yi Mae 68,154,211 Myra 131,135,208,209,225 S Ivia 131 218 Pt Y t Yochum,Dione 154 Yocum, Nancy Ann 154 Yost, Jill 154,217 vesl, John 65,154 Young, Bob 131 Young, Dona 175 Yeung, Janet 61,131 Young, Jerry 154 Young, Keleen 154 Young, Teresa 131 Williams, Randall 62,175 Williams, Shirley 175 Williams 20B,220,226,230,233,282 194, Williams, Vicky 62,130 Willis, Bob 175 Willis, Ron 175 Willison, Andy 175 Willms, Judy 175 Willox, Ron 153 Wilson, Dennis 130 Wilson, Evan 154 Wilson, Jay 130 Wilson, Margot 82,175,233 Wilson, Patti 61,154 Wilson, Sora 154 Wilson, Steve 154,221 , Susan 61 ,75,l 28,130,186,1 89, Wimberly, Bernice 175 Wimberly, Vickie 154 Winchell, Greg 175 Winchell, Pam 175 Winkleman, Dee 130.222 Winning, Doreen 154 Winter, Pamela 68,130,134 Winter, Ronald 175 Winters, Joan 175 Wise, Gary 154 Wise, Sherry 175 Witzke, David 175,247 Woelfel, Paula 154 Nolf, Kathy 130,206,209,210 Wolf, larry 154 Wolfe, Dennis 69,130 Wonder, Peter 175,187,208,228 Wolfram, Dennis 175,223 Wollam, Ken 130 Womack, Fred 130 Wong, Gene 154,266 Wong Lisa 75 130 226 273 279 Wong:Melody'175l ' ' Wong,Nancy 130,133,135,186,187. 207,211,225 Wong, Stephen 130 Wood, Kay 175 Wood, Monty 175,210,237 Wood Patt 130 1 Y Woodbury, Jeanne 154,155,208,219,274 Woods, Lyle 154 Woodson, Jim 130 Woodson, Mike 175 Woodson, Steve 154 Woodward, Ruth Ann 154 Young, Tina 62,175,275 Zacharis, Larry 175 Zocharias, Ron 131 Zamecnik, David 176 Zaremba, Noel 154 Zavala, Tom 154 Zeiter, Fredric 57,176 Zerweek, Steve 176,254 Zimmerman, Cindy 176,219 Zimmerman, Rick 154 Zolezzi, Marie 154 Zovickiam, sieve 177,208,260 Zuckerman, Eddie 154 Zunigo, Rebecca 154 Zunino, John 176,254 Zurilgen, Darwin 154 Faculty Alexander, Elmo 47 Alonzo, Wyota 39 Baer, louise 32 Baker, Gladys 33 Banks, Nan 48 Barrera, Rogue 51 Bessy, Karen 52 sinwltislle, lee aa Bloch, Charles 32,73,75 Booth, Lois 38 Bridge, William 38 Brown, Barbara 35 Butler, Edward 35 Cul1rlini.oevld 53,252,262,268,269 Carle, Ross 33,214 Chinchiolo, Bob 53,255 Choice, Mable 52 Woodward, Stuart 154 Woolock, Penny 175 Woolman, Steve 154 Woolmon, Stuart 154 Wooten, Vick 175,237,254 Wootten, Connie 154,208 Workman, Mary Ann 154,217,220,274 Workman, VirQnia 175,220 Wortman, Michele 154,223 Wright, John 154 Collins, Bernice 36 Crowder, Evelyn 38 Crowe, Tom 47 Cullen, Constance 37 Cunha, George 68 Delong, Catherine 39 Denton, Bob 40 Devlin, Anamory 34 Dienst,Poula 34 Foss, Leonard 34 Frye, Grace 52 Fans, Melvin 46,244,245,262 Giles, James 32 Gordet, Charles 37 Gott, Bill 53,180,236,238,246,248 Grace, Gary 44 Grilliot, Gerald 43 Grinrod, Helen 31 Haight, Douglas 50 Hartley, Robert 33 Hastings, Julius 44 Hoerl, Ruth 31 Hunting, Walter 33 Jameson, Jerry 45 Jones, Kay 31 Keniston, Rachel 43 Kenworthy, Alan 42,269 Keyser, Betty 34 Koliho, Charles 33 leffler, Larry 46 Little, Henry 40 Lockheed, Arthur 56 Lytle, Floyd 33 Martin, Frank 42 Marx, Judith 52 Maxey, Henry 36 McLaughlin, Don 44 Mefford, Kenneth 38 Mellgren, Marian 54 Metcalfe, William 32 Meyer, Leland 44,225 Miller, Erwin 42 Nemee, Pat 34 Norris, H. T. 37 Nott, Sandra 52 Ohler, Floyd 35,220 Olson, Clarence 32 Opdahl, Doris 31 Ortez, Bernice 70 Pankow, Jene 31 Parker, Carol 34 Peterson, Norma' 42 Pettis, Lauren 40,262,263 Platti, Rita 47 Pool, C.B. 30 Forras, Carlos 36 Pratner, Frank 63 Preston, Douglas 46 Prince, Noel 40,260 Proulx. Bud 53,236,238,246,248 Rice, Bill 32 Richards, Chrysta 70 Ritchey, James 51 Rodgers, Ken 53,262,263 Rundle, William 252 Salady, Mila 45 Solvetti, Doris 38 Sarkanvl Andy 38 Scism, Barbara 30 Siesle. Robert 43 Smith, Margaret 52 Smith, Mary Lou 33 Smith, Warren 31 Sorgent, David 35 Spencer, Dorothy 35 Stagnoro, Eugene 30,266 Stahl, Bernice 48 Stahly, Richard 43 Stanford, Mary 45 Steel, Bob 53,237 Stockwell, William 47 Stromme, Wanda 70 Swart, Joan 45 Swimley,'ChorIes 53,237,254 Teselle, Wilbur 31 Thorp, George 30 Thiele, Daniel 32 Tierney, John 50 Tiscornio, Eugene 30 Torchia, John 39 Tremain. Harry 33 Turner, Stanley. 32 Urbani, James 65 Volkov, Jacob 35' Voltmer, Margaret 52 Vorman, Chloe 34 Wellenbrock, Ernest 30 West, Dean 42 West, Ruth 34 Wilson, Carol 42 Windsor, Burgess 38 Wong, Allen 41 Zedlitz, Gerald 39,207 Advertisers A-1 Cleaners 295 A-1 Television 279 Astro Slide 283 Bamboo Beauty Salon 288 Basnor's 292 Bobbi Brite Cleaners 299 Brothers lihel 289 Brown House lThe1 280 Bruce 81 Jack's Cheveron 297 CamobeII's 293 Campus lane 204 Caranda Machine Works 295 Cecil's Security Systems 300 Centro-Mart 280 Chuck's Hamburgers 297 Ci Ci McNal1 290 Coca Cola 302 Country Club Hardware 296 Crete Studios 289 De Young's 293 Diamond National lCorp.1 289 Dick's Hof Brau 285 Dohrmonn, King 84 Davis 293 Dutch Pride Dairy 279 Ernie Reed's 303 Evelyn Barber's 303 Europa independent 286 Eve's 288 Fidelity Savings 291 Flower Box lThel 287 Frietas Music Co. 299 Frisbie 81 Warren 285 Gaines Market 299 George's Drive-ln 288 Glen A. McGill Motorcycles 290 Gold Mine 281 G. V, Smith Jewelers 278 t'larman's Take-Home 302 HenrY's 278 Herman's Shoe Service 288 House of Murphy 292 Islander l1'hel 300 .lack Walter Union 76,283 J. C. Baskin Shell 295 J. F. Donaldson 298 J 8. W Texaco Service 286 John Falls 298 Kotten 8. Morengo 297 Ken Somers Mobil Service 302 Knobby Shop 287 Lincoln Automotive 286 Lincoln Village Pharmacy 292 McDonald's 281 Minnie's 294 Miracle Music 292 Mission Pharmacy 281 Morodians 285 National Towel 291 Newt's A 84 W 300 Nieman's Hotel Supply 295 Norman's Auto Supply 282 O.K. Flower Shoppe 280 Orsi Block 302 Pacific Avenue Bowl 301 Rocitic Market 286 Pacific Richfield 285 Patrician Studios 296 Paul Cox Pe99y's 290 PeDsi Colo 284 Quality Sound 289 R dl R Cyclery 284 Reiman's Camera Shop 300 Salon Continentclle 291 Salon De Milano 292 Son Francisco Floral 278 S.M. McGaw 298 Sno-White 286 SteDl'1en's Marine 282 Stockton Motorcycle Center 301 Stockton Roofing 282 'l',G. Billards 284 Tr09lia's Department Store 279 Valley Knife 8- Saw 281 Van's Greenbriar Nursery 297 Webb's Bakery B Delicatessen 3 0'l Weberstown Mall 303 Weinstock's 294 West Coast Freight Tariff Bureau West Lane Bowl 296 Western Auto Supply 290 Wilson 81 Coffey 287 Waodson's Mobile Service 280 Xochimilco Cafe 298 Ye Olde Hoosier Inn 282 279 "l This book has revolved around the gen- eral theme of involvement-the new meta- morphosis evolving at Stagg. With this in mind, we have presented a book that will be meaningful to all students. Ancl for those who took an active part in this change, those who truly became involved, it is hoped that this book has been of special significance. Special thanks go to Mr. Joe Hodson and Mr. Vern Dettman of Taylor Publish- ing Companyp Mr. Charles Bloch, yearbook advisor, and the Archon staff. Tod Ruhstaller, Editor l U, 1 no-fi! -5 Ili W -1 A . . ,J V' 9 2.5 L '.:f2 '5f1- if A-.3 . .N I ' ' W' f, L....A -5 - ' 'Q ,AA .' H X in " ' . ' .,fX",' , ""', ' .E-7,411 .sight :kv FF,-N vu Mi' .N '.'5f'1Dl3qXvl 'Q fx. A. ' ' , .- N. , , x - 'X U . 4 . 7.xf-:j-.s5',1-, gf, q 1 54 we -K A f vw , ,, , X " ., 1 ', 1 A 'rg.S'l'3NW",.' A?" " 4 x ...Qftf-. ,- ff"-5...gk 4? 4 V. -',1,.'NNJ-q 3,3 ' .4 fi J? 'I 4 I I I ' .33 .4 .Q-.iq -sp F -.ny ......qNui.. 1' , .. .....-.......... ----' . Yi ,cl-Q! 1 A s - ' , rl ff M 1 v ., xxx -. ' EAN . X--0, x '-- ., "', , X- 3 'iffy xf qu .f ,-V-f 'I f. , ,. f.5g .- '- ,- fa XJ-J " "' V -iN3gu'i'Vf.!"i7',wKk-- VAT ' 1 1 PQ , 'cf ' Viv? gfx,."f X LX rx. lf, -?XAl-,g'.'f'4g?f H2321-Ig!-,. , .f f f xg A-,: -Q22 1, ' -, :hu,,'5gyq 5f 313,-' 'f"" F' .bf ,3n'.1'xf,,.,m, . 'Q j ,I Y ggi., S .-wx-whklaym -n?3!,E4QbZ,34xmE.15j:f:.xi.f-Bkvn-51.-:J - 'H '- cf- 1 --' .Q f ' wk- gf-::.,1f?r' '.,qw. 'X -E." -X A1 2 -'ff Q, X . x X X'j."n' ff 4i'if-ff-,'i7,- H22-sn Vi! '32,-5 J Y' . X . 'Wiki '15-fr J-x"Yf,,Q4 f'l',f-ff UT:-, X? . A x . -- xrd. w.f- X .F -'- X -.5 .LQ-4 -. K f-L XKQ , , 614: 1 fs5' 2:T-411 49.-1: fw1fS-V,'5.:,i-4?-Tfini 'Ln , . if-.img 'g..t,'XJ .fix 5 ,fiQ:.XK.':Q'llx 'I-A. 41,2 , , xx I Qlviliiv 31515. x 'QPK ,444-5qI pf' '-X217 fgf,7-Efifii fi - 501 Q, ' V 1 W -153-nl u .-:xg .-.fa f'?f!' -ak..rA:f11Tf',.if::+. ' X 1 X? Rig, '1-f5.'.'x,.g. K L1 .',j EJ- fl' diy, ,'-, . ' 'x - 1 'x24'g7,'T.-NR? ?'A'Lg'1Q- ..,. M X X , X' Figffxx' .":- .,, 1QQffYijb.Xv-2 .If,:' kj .P V-. A ., .7 , , N 3 . . , . .. ' Vg.. 1.xQ,,,,X5, xx 1,,:." V 'jf gx HS . fL,'g5i gffggqkg- - fx . K: X' A' , , X xx R . x ,, X .X , ' N x Y-X X , Y' . ff T Tx 3131-r,I -- fix? 1 R .X . - '- w - 1, fp! ' k,,A,..Q ' ' r 1'f ' Kr , , ,QR K A ' XR "ff 'QNX ' Xiu - --f W, V I 5 L 4' N mi N ,. L K ' " ii VY' ' ' g 1 N HLf"'Qa! K ,J 1.1 ' Y - Qs'-T4 S A .. t ,Ag X '1..'.'X 1 V L Hi! Y M , 4 F L i 1,- 4- K '.,.X -r 1 U47 .,. .T '! Ny. '2 ,, 1 I Y-A AN , 4: ,X..x ,f" 1 W- .Y,4 Y, 'WT ,f'r'1' ' ,. 4-r,-, .4 .n.. ,V , AW 'qf'!'T HTH: v


Suggestions in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) collection:

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 203

1968, pg 203

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 269

1968, pg 269

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 250

1968, pg 250

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 6

1968, pg 6

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 55

1968, pg 55

Amos Alonzo Stagg Senior High School - Archon Yearbook (Stockton, CA) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 301

1968, pg 301

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.