Andrew Hill High School - Talon Yearbook (San Jose, CA)

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Linda Whobrey . .Terry Smitherman Judy Clark Steve Stevens Mr. Phil Niederhott PRESENTS THE 1963 T LO TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMICS CLASSES CLUBS SPORTS a l x 1 N 1 l EL X INTRODUCTION i GOVERNMENT SENIORS ADVERTISEMENTS fix i , 9 4 ' I K -, DEDICATION Mr. Ted Faley was born on April 30, 1932, in Santa Cruz, Cali- fornia, and lived There during his younger years. After graduation in 1949 from Santa Cruz High School, he attended San Jose State College, majoring in Journalism and minoring in Social Studies. Here, he worked on the Santa Cruz newspaper during his apprenticeship. One of his outstanding accomplishments at State was being the Editor of the newspaper in his senior year. After graduation in 1953, he spent 3 years in the Army. Returning home in 1956, he met and married his lovely wife, Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Faley now have three adorable children, Mark who is 5, Kimberly who is 4, and Eric who is QV2. Mr. Faley started teaching at Hill in February of 1958. Ever since then he has been quite a busy man on, as well as off, of the Hill campus. The courses he teaches are Photography, English, English Journalism, Social Science and Journalism. He spends his free 6th period and much of his spare time helping the yearbook staff, advising the photographers and giving new ideas to the staff. Without his help we could not have produced such a fine yearbook. Mr. Faley also ad- vises the Hilite staff, who puts out an interesting paper bi-weekly. He is responsible for reporting activities to the Mercury, Sun and Mayfair newspapers, and holds the position of Public Relations Manager of the Eastside District. He also was the chairman of the faculty W.A.S.C. Committee this past year. Aside from all this he is attending night school in order that he may obtain his Administration Credentials and a Masters Degree. Those of us who know him well are drawn to him by his pleasing personality and constant smile. He not only possesses a real desire to help the students with any problem they may have, but an interest in activities and an interest in making Andrew Hill an all-around better school. Therefore, Mr. Faley, we proudly dedicate the 1963 Talon to you in appreciation of your worthwhile contributions to Andrew Hill High School, which have endeared you to us forever. BO RD D OFFICERS PLAN Eastside High School Board of Trustees members view a drawing Ben Rodgers, John Walsh, chairman, James Hopson, Dr. Pierce of a proposed quad of Mt. Pleasant High School, which is to Tully, qnd John Dawson, be completed in the fall of 1964. They are, from left to right: FOR FUTURE GRO TH FRANK FISCALINI THOMAS COLLINS DR. WILLIAM BAKER Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Deputy Supa,-imendenf Business Services , wwf-' 1 , . . xx 2 .. Q, f 5 if - Q k A as gm I 4 X' ' R Q: 3? Q ., ., ,Q Qt, ...L .,,,,,... .,.. . A 'X 4 T 5 X ,ig S, .5 Q , av, R X 3 0 , ' I ' iii? 324. 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' " hw 4- - X Q WWQ' -1 22215: f x K fbi , M 21 PX -f ' A 5 .-.-mm, :,-- 1 - r - Q x ,Q-N S- mMss'f-v Aww.-W -- --,A-, 1' 3 M 1 4 0 ' 1 , ' s, 1 - ' fig . , ' , ' kr' 'S 27 91455:- -:3fgaQL :f. , Q--F YQ'- ..4 , ' ' as ln fi V 'L Qi: V .:.,, Q , AIX um, 4 'S X El' HT f '1'.z':' Qt ' ,aim ff ' W I 1 k ' law z W Q QX X5 2 ,M ,-, 1 RX? , -. .yeg-wi' .k,, F -if N 4.- ,Q ,fx ,uw ..w:,.2EI,.L A Si NRM' "1" 1 ie! gf , 55 W wh X -V22 This year the Physical Education Department participated in a phys- ical fitness program. The purpose ot this program was to determine whether or not students here at An- drew Hill are capable ot passing the California State Physical Fitness Test. The goal was to provide the nec- essary opportunity for the students to condition themselves throughout the year, and to prepare themselves to pass the test by the end of the year. The test was given three times during the year. First, at the begin- ning of the year to see just where each girl stood in regard to the state norms. lt was given again at the middle ot the year to determine any progress made, and once more at the end of the year to decide whether the program had better pre- pared the girls to reach the state norms, Right: Miss Margaret Harris and Miss Shirley Crawford watch as some girls attempt 50 pushups for the physical fitness test. Mr. Kenneth Matsuda ioins in a game of volleyball with his students Mr. John Mason, department head, watches as a student climbs the rope, as part of the physical fitness program in ,the class. is gm M 1 1-,Q ...pm -.,,,,,-an 1' , Q afwfz - ww: . 1-1 2- -mf' sg ff, , W x ,, V. um 4 - b Aww .a..,,, . , . . , 5 is '- Q Q 'hi vm 'X SSH 1,fv?1"-I ff 6 xv r 1 Y S, M .1 -- ia-.M A fi wi' 1 SX D L S iffwbt V x -fb 1. .,.....-. G.0. ER ME QW 9 1 a, K- . Student Body Officers were as follows: Deanna Halsrud, Arnold M0V"l55eY1 Gnd Ccfol Gflfmgef- Mazotti, Ed Fair, Carole DuBridge, Ron Mark, LaJune Brown, Pat IT WAS OUR JOB ' ' ' A.S.B. refers to Hill's student government. During this past year the ASB has followed the traditions of Andrew Hill with pride and accomplishment. Also new activities have been started with hopes of their becoming honored traditions. Among these are the forma- tion of the Alumni Association and Dance at the Hawaiian Gardens and the first ASB Homecoming Dance after the Battle of the Bell. Also the ASB has continued its activity nights and noon dances. Hill's students can be proud of the clean campus they kept this year as a result of the Student CounciI's abolishment of the Black Flag System. Each year at Hill a magazine sale takes place and this year's made a record amount of money. Even though our Student Body was divided with Overfelt this year, our spirit was not, and the proof of this is that Hill beat Samuel Ayer in the annual Student Body Card sales contest. Student Body Officers were: President-Ron Mark Vice President-Ed Fair Secretary-Carol Grinager Treasurer-LaJune Brown Commissioner of Boys-Arnold Mazotti Commissioner of Girls-Deanna Halsrud President Ron Mark discusses some business public Relofionsipm- Morrissey with advisor, Mr. Robert Jolley. 36 C.A.S.C. Representative-Ca role Du Bridge ii ,,.. 3 , 1' ,,,, A W iaffi-ki.f1L'1:2'vf"' 'Wig' ,w fm MW, 4 1 X SECX1"Hrv X f- ' f Q wirax wifhffjgy, f 45359716 'ls . L., n f A 'vw I ,Q-wwggv' Q 'X' ,wg Q ,l fff g lixwf Q Y. ,Q , 1 -' 1. , ,rally E in , . ,ff33Q,Jr, l 415 mf J N. WW wg S ji? Sr f ' 'L :-' Q W R' 1 ,. QM .., ... Q I -1 MS M ,, mm V 4, ' ' Q Q. -H f ' W W Q f E? - x .5 -fx , - W, , 'K A ' V? Q9 ,, - 6 E, 1-25 H 15: ' A 41 I ,gffgjiffw Q' fm. ng If 3115- Mwcsia im- -f Q5Mf,,...L+5- k e ww J-. 1 ,, U ' K , QW xx , K iliitiyl 1 K. Awmpg' iw Q N A I ' ' I ' 2 , f Q +4 Qffjhbrf I ' W WEN: tr. x i vm . - 1 Q Q V ' x ' A 1 X 37 ff' ks WY? if , E53 R E in -4 1 -s A , . V., , ge QE gg , 7 ,A-Q1E J? s'5Q.MsL V N ', I 5 as . X x iii 4 1 1 1 5 f X. 'x LY 'lyk f ,Y Q? f . My . , W . gf' 41' Q as 1 ,Sli X. ,Q SPIRIT WITH A BEAT Pom Pom girls Toni Thul, Rita Noble, Marsha Roach, Carole Du Bridge, Becky Fernandez and Angie D'Amelio participated in a strenuous year of whirlwind activity. They practiced three days CI week throughout the year and attended all football, basketball, and baseball games, Be- sides promoting spirit, their iob included serving at sports banquets, attending rally conventions, and extending good will to the other schools. Varsny Lhddrleqdeii m 1 Shn iI6ifyVfigH! VrEIVIl'fl 30's cheerleaders from left are Mary Gonzales, Betty Fair, and Delia Ruiz. SPIRIT OF HILL One of the most challenging but rewarding positions at Hill is that of a cheerleader. Besides having an interest in cheerleading, the girls must maintain a C average in all classes and prove to be very active and alert. Having these quali- fications, the girls are then required to attend a cheerleading school which lasts from March to May. After passing the school they must then perform before a board of students and faculty members who iudge them on their poise, spirit, and ability. This, once accomplished, is the be- ginning of a strenuous but enioyable activity. This year, to increase spirit, the number of varsity cheerleaders has been increased from three to five. gm ,, 1 gf A y 1 QE new ,iw-x 4 '7er 'NK Ll 'gi N .QL A MQ, f:..,A.QQ 3 x " 5. 55 P f -rr .f ,, . 3 . , i 2 f ,K ws "" . H. 1 'QS Ei' x 3 1 5 2 f 5 vi I E ' 1 f , E , gi Yi A Q .1 A an -' f .I VV 'fi Q' FNL A ' ' .. A ,, ' ' 5 55 52517 ' - "' T39-' JN ' 1 N 1 . N Ex "' 3,2 'ig f ' m ' 327 ,, A .f .- .KT 42157 D N S H iff" '5 Y ' ' 6 if fii f .infer -A .N.qp..fM.m . A X .5 5' "' ' ' H Fi WA . sf J! A Q sig M...-Q.,,sx fx 2 ! zf i 6 gf gn wg ,xg .MN A Jeannie Anderson Deanna Goodwin E GOT THINGS STARTED . . . Vice President Ed Fair listens while Secretary Li Pacheco reads the Student Council minutes. Student Council members are chosen from their Guide Room classes. Council members constitute the legislative branch of Hill's student government. At their meetings they express the opinions and ideas of the students they represent. They also pass the legislation by which the students are governed. Council members for the tall semester were: Cheryl Armstrong Glenn Arima Kathy Bailey Val Baldwin Ken Bass Bruce Bradley John Butron Jim Chavez Iris Clausen Shirley Coker Robert Cornet Pat Crawford Yoshiteu Deguchi Carole DuBridge Dennis Ervin Rachel Esquivel Betty Fair Patty Gallaty Mavis Gashler Teresa Golden Manuel Gonzales Millie Hammond Dennis Hagins Gene Johnson Larry Johnson Bob King JoAnn Maggi Junior Marichalan Barry Martin Mary Mazotti Richard Mazotti Renee Mazzanti Kathy Mendoza Cherry Nelson Ron Okubo Theresa- Otay Jeff Raybould Kathy Sapp Loretta Toler Toni Thul Theresa Travoto Pat Valenti Student Council members for the spring semester were as follows: Val Baldwin Joe Barrios Wayne Aho Joe Pandolfi Crecia Francis Shirley Coker Joyce Quevedo Cheryl Fisher Garry McClung Karen Minick Naomi Howard Dem Meg Bill Gustin Keith lida Bill Fosdick Chuck Harp Hiram Pagaling Ron Cart Larry Holsrud Danny Whitacre Kathy Sapp Mavis Gashler Christine Audycki Carole DuBridge Donna William Marlene Santo Carolyn Overby Debbie Votens Suzanne Gilberg Pat Valenti Debbie Reeves Yolanda Carrilo JoAnn Maggi Renee Mazzanti Teresa Golden Rita Noble Tony Perez Gloria Hancock Tom Uchiyma Greg Soulds Toni Thul Jess Medina Lee Akamichi Raising the flag every morning was the iob of Student Council officers The officers were: Lee Akamichi, Chris Auolycki, Ed Fair. WE CARRIED THROUGH lnter Club Council Members were, left to right: Arnold Mazotti, Donna Hazelwood, Vivian Hara, Sandi Johnson, Ed Hughes, Tony Penera, Dennis Ford, Roberta Mendoza, Pauline Jacobo, Bonnie Perry, DeAnna Halsrud. Not pictured: Dennis Smitherman. ACTIVITIES PROGRAMED AND DIRECTED i BY CL B PRESIDENTS Council officers were: Arnold Mazotti and DeAnna Halsrud. 49 The lnter Club Council is made up of repre- sentatives from every recognized club in the school. These representatives coordinate all stu- dent activities on a school wide level and do various services for the school. At the end ot the year a trophy is given for the Club that is most active in student body functions. Clubs represented in the lnter Club Council Ore: Art Club Para Medical Block AH Pep Club Block H English Honor Society Future Homemakers Science Honor Society Future Teachers lnternational Relations Key Club Music Club K N , Q A , f -,Mazza mi .Q Q mf, " EE F '- Q ' V zf' . ww X4 1 +1 W X Ms Q 1 Y Q 2 Xi VE xr M 1 if A555 + is sf 5:5 A , 2 s Q I Q Q 4 - -'f A-s' : K Q? gh MN A .3121 rm .. . R 1-XR Lf 1 I , . '41, TQ' ,,,.. , R J ' 15 i .,. 1 w Q IPI Magnum,-ME Aff.. WS " Q X C 0 ' V if '- sf f .iss AQ . ' Q f f .1 5. g 3 5 ' ' Y ' 12' 'Afz!l':.. 'I X :Z ff + mfr A .XX .. SY A , 'f QS k5fgf?'1s!fS y 5 7 QQSFX .f , ,, , , V B ffifs fi ip :V mf A .mfffs-L. , . ,, fa -HM' mt N"'fv 'Q 1, -. z. W, :WY lm Q xi: if ., X iilsrxiigf 5 Y S 4 . X 11 ti 5 , L' fi 4 K- K m. 1 V . f Q 3 f .P-2 J X 4 351412 Q .,, . . ff , kgs! Q. .,., L, ig - Q Yi! 2 fi .- Q as Q? Q le L 'Y .x Q Q J A K f w af Nw N X 'gui N wh H way , -ssfg gsa ,, A - U '-, 11..:52azz':,51- .. ' " Sk " v ff - ..:v32eWi3fQ,zq- - 5: rf: wiwivx, R f : A. 'fs .Mil - ,, .... L kigwxrf K, " ' A .. ,w wf 'ei' . X 'Z Y '1"kii1f?-Effli 'ASSY -MW : ., ir -kg, ,J , . if K fl 5, K 3' f 'I if Fi r ,.-1 if 1. Ol 4. 1, :- f , f ,La si' -1. Q l 5 l :'. I , ek ss W ,. 4 .-, In X, X . fs . ., fx , ffxggrgr ff: Y! H1 L: iw 'W wf.fM,Xg M 'ik - ,Q ww. . 04 , 1 H4264 Q5 Z X21 V- f F9541 swf 2? if . kg I ,fv- SCI-IOLARS PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE Back row-left to right: Carol Du Bridge, Bill Sellick, Steve Vivian Balch, Donna Hazelwood, Linda Palmquist. First row: Acord, Rick Williamson, Glenn Arima. Second row: Crecia Virgina Harding, Carol Grinager, Ann Britton, Sherry Kawa- Francis, Mavis Gashler, Mary Mazzotti, Sherry Sakamoto, zoa, Vivian Hara, Cheryl Fisher. Miss Shindledecker, Club Advisor, is seen in her office with C.S.F. officers, from left to right: Linda Palmquist, Secretary, Sherry Sakamoto, Treasurer, Vivian Hara, President, Ann Britton, Vice President. 50 One of the highest and most well known scholastic organizations in California, is the California Scholarship Federation. It consists of col- lege preparatory students who are able to maintain a B+ grade average in all their academic subiects. Be- ing an active C.S.F. member is a great asset to have on your records upon entering college. When a student has earned four semesters of membership in his sopho- more, iunior, and s e n i o r years lone must be in his senior yearl, he becomes a Life Member. This is an hon- or towards which all mem- bers work. CREAM OF THE CROP Being honored at the C.S.F. Dessert are this year's Life Members. They are- from left to right: Vivian Hara, Mavis Gashler, and Vivian Balch. ONLY THE BEST WILL D0 Creating an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stem a service rendering desire, to promote worthy leadership, and to en- courage development ot charac- ter, are the main purposes of Fleur de lis, our chapter ot the National Honor Society. Once a student is nominated by a faculty member, a group of our faculty then makes a thorough check ot the student's grades, character, and leader- ship. Only ten per cent ot the senior class and tive per cent of the junior class are permitted to become members. Among other requirements the student must have a B average and have been going to Hill for at least one semester prior to the nom- ination. Last year, though we had more students on campus, there were only ten Fleu de lis mem- bers as compared to twenty six this year. Back row-left to right: Ed Hughes, Bill Reeves, Mike Smith, Ralph Blom, Lee Akimachi, and Bill Fosdick, Front row: Carole DuBridge, Deanna Halsrud, Donna Hazelwood, Carol Grinager, Ann Britton. Not pictured are: V, Balch, V. Hara, B, Cannon, M. Gashler, M. Pratico, K. Wagner, J. Curtis, L. Friemark, B. Perry, S, Acord, B. Slater, S. Schwartz, R. Williamson, and S. Hunley. 51 1 2. SM L . my Q., fa , f 3 ' N :K .- g ?f,.w:sx. iw is A 5 1 A 'it' x -Q if liz: 1 :ri :iv .Qi NL' V ,M-M ' rf . Q Q..f,g....g,, X 5, .,. X-Q: f X. W... S1 -' Q f Q Sli 'iiffki 3Qfi!'.z'5f..!i -955 EK!-wif I ,mm f 'f-f A ggazfg k , gg. li, ,,., K -- I X 5 fn. X E, 5 . , K i -- '-rg ...i.. mai fa x '--- - - ' ' f Ak . Q K'mkk Tk if W . 35 K wi 11 4 3 ' " ... .: ' ' 2 + -f H- , 0.1 Q15 x . . V- fm l X X ""' " 5'-:rl Q , .U 3 g 1,1 . 7 1- 1" ,gf -- 0 4 ,,, 1 Q if .K yggx. 'F gfffkw izi x ' fgaiwb M 2, , . T0 FURTHER INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING Motto of the Model U.N. Front row-left to right: Mary Kimura, Pauline Jacobo, Stephanie Briones, president. Back row: De Anna Halsrud, Vivian Hara, Bill Hamman, Vivian Balch, and Donna Hazelwood. Juniors and seniors interested in learn- ing more about the United Nations make up the International Relations Club. They keep track of what our own United Nations Rep- resentative is doing and talk with foreign students about their governments. This year a group of five students was chosen from the club to represent the country of Upper Volta at a United Nations festival in Berk- eley, California. Looking for Upper Volta are: Leon Po- teet, Pat Morrissey, and the advisor, Mr. Alexander. School spirit is promoted by that outstanding organization, the An- drew Hill Pep Clubl The advisor, Mr. M. Langford, spent many a sleepless night planning the clubs numerous activities. Much preparation was put into this year's Sadie Hawkins dance, but due to bad weather it was not as successful as it could have been. Also since Hill was one of the K.O. polio stations, Pep Club members were very good in giving their as- sistance. Besides helping out they sold cold drinks and coffee to the attending public. The Pep Club always seems to have a busy year which ends in a big party with fun and food for all, as well as recognition to those who have worked the hardest. PEP CLUB . . . President, Dennis Smitherman, discusses publicity with Dennis Ford. Other officers ore- from left to right: Deanna Halsrud, Vice President, Carol Bufalini, Treasurer. Back row La June Brown, Business Manager, Toni Thul, Historian, Terry Smitherman, Secretary Lively ones try out new bleachers. 'R 1: :fi L, . i L sf 3 gk , f k 3,51 Y I.. X - ma K gl 1 if Q 535 at K 'ings :vi i fi 7 E 'hh wx- F 1 in Q ,kj f if 'Eiga f ' K X ,,7:l?f' 'LJ' 6 Q! ig . . F, gi: . ' 5 ii i 'lr' A 7 L me X02 :Q u 42 94,156 'gl '-2: :M -41:-' -. Q 5 A 'N .Q ,EEK fr:- . . . A ,k., A a mi 5, 41 1. ' I . 353, ACTIO FOR LITTLE H G.A.A. girls who have earned 200 poinTs may become auTo- maTic members of The Block A.H. These girls can earn Their poinTs by parTicipaTing in The sporfs of- fered, being a Team capTain or manager, a member of a win- ning Team, or a G.A.A. officer. This year The mosT valuable swimmer and mosT improved bowler each received a Trophy from The Block A.H. Also receiv- ing Trophies were girls' P.E. Teachers for Their much apprec- iaTed coaching and Their help in Block A.H., This year and in The pasT. ImporTanT acTiviTies were con- cessions of all home baskeTball games and a lively picnic in May. Amy, do I bowl nexT? Miss Devin,-Block A. H. advisor, is pictured wiTh club officers. From left To righf: Pauline Jucobo, president, Amy Uyedci, secretary, and JoAnn Randell, vice president. Hold everyThing,'l've goT iTI SERVICE CHARACTERIZES THE BIG H Front row-left to right: Steve Herrick, Steve Acord, Gary Vander Haglns Gary McClung Humberto Marquez Tom De Somber Tom pool Dennis Ford, Wally Wood. Second row: Ron Delphier, Butch Allen Bramblett, Andy Allen, Ken Bontadelli, Bob King. Third row: Dennis Hard working varsity lettermen are proud members of the Block H. These boys have not only enioyed many activities this year, but have also been of great service around campus. They delivered the baskets of food during the annual Jack Emery Can Drive, helped out with the seating of students at games and rallies, gave forty dollars to the wrestling team, and also twenty dollars to the track team. During basketball season they spon- sored after game dances for all home games. Once again Hill students were able to buy candy apples from the Block H and to watch or participate in the "Greased Pig Race" held this year during the Ayer track meet. Block H president, Dennis Ford has lust sold a candy apple to Butch Bramblett la very hungry studentl durin their an I 9 nual Candy Apple Sale. Left to right: Virginia Harding, Sylvain Mock, Vicki Garland, Ben- alyn Slater, Janet Owens, Yolando Nieto, Judy Dupis, Shiela Arnold, Kristine Tringali, Nancy Frey, Jean Grilli, Sharron Howard, . . . UST ADD WATER A D TIR President of the Future Homemakers is Rose Wehinger, a deserving senior. She received the highest score on the test given senior girls in the 1963 Betty Crocker's search for Amer- ica's Homemaker of Tomorrow. 58 Carolyn Nevels, Barbara Mancino, Rose Wehinger, and Mrs. Davenport. ' Many girls taking homemaking this year were prominent members of the new but active club, Fu- ture Homemakers of America. This organization helps the girls put to use some of the things they have learned in homemaking. Very popular on cam- pus was a cookie sale featuring homemade cookies. They have achieved many goals this year and are particularly proud of two of them. On Halloween Day this group collected 5240 dollars for the United Nations Children's Fund. Then along with eighteen other F.H.A. chapters in the area, they adopted an eight year old Korean girl. Each chapter paid STO dollars for one month. A very successful year was proclaimed by F.H.A. Kitchen duties are being performed by: from left to right: Virginia Harding, secretary, Carolyn Nevils, treasurer, and Barbara Mancino vice president. FLEDGLING GROUPS E LIVE CA PUS SCE E New on Hill's campus this year is the nation wide Future Teachers ot America. This organization is plan- ned to give students interested in teaching an idea of the opportun- ities open to them. Members are: E. Hughes, S. Johnson, D. Ford, L. Brown, L. Poteet, S. McKnight, V. Rice, S. Meadows, K. Meadows, A. Davis, K. Mendoza, A. Torres, P. lchishita, and R. Mendoza. Listening to and discussing good music is the object of Hill's Music Club. Being another new organization, it was slow getting started but is bound to be a great success in the future. Vice president, JoAnn Randal, is putting a record on to play. Other members are, back row-left to right: Bob Christensen, Jack Spottswood, Dan Reed. Second row: Mike Iida, Kathy Stepp, Carol Bramstead, Susanne Leal, Dianna Dean. First row: Joe Alesi, Jim Medina. How responsible are today's teen- agers? To prove iust how responsible they are, a group of Hill students along with Mr. Jolly, organized the Eastside Future Citizens Club. The idea ot the organization is to help out in the community. Highlight ot the year was a collec- tion of 512,000 dollars for the Alex- ian Brothers hospital. Members are: D. Halsrud, A. DeAmielo, R. Kennedy, E. Hughes, R. Hartwell, B. Fosdick, R. Fee, J. Marty, L. Pacheco, M. Roach, R. Mazzanti, D. Ford, G. McClung, J. Stuart, W. Wood, J. Martin, V. Garcia, E. Hughes, G. Hancock, J, Clark, B. Fernandez, T. Thul, A. Mazzoti, R. Noble. Back row-left to right: Alice Torres, Jean Anderson, Linda Doris Okubo, Teresa Otay, Sandra Hager. Stout, Cheryl Fisher, Vivian Balch. Front row: Flora Menoz, tp, Linda Stout, prominent member ofthe Para Medical Club, is having her ears tested by the advisor, Mrs. Hayes. 60 CALLING DR. CASEY . . . OR SOMEONE? Having an interest in the medical opportunities and re- quirements of such a career, are those students in the Para Medi- cal Club. In 1957, the club was formed by Mrs. 'Ann Hayes, school nurse. At that time it was called the Future N u r s e s of America, but as time progressed and more students became in- terested, it was changed to Para Medical Club. These students meet to explore the opportuni- ties and requirements of a med- ical career. f wszhf K x A at 'U .Hg 5 9 5 VW Q , 5 N 5 21 . 2 LS ,F-231 1 . ve if 5 mf x gf '- x 'Q ff 'I' ,L , ,., ,Zh is fm,, ' 3 af K' LX e :mi fi? ..A, 9. . x ,N av. , 5 'VY 'x s., 4 Q x. A v Q24 ,E .Q , ,, ami f f faggw M , A .9 H I' S ffm r QS Z 2 45 A Q, ggi? , f' X f 12' k . ," A . L.L., 3 l1'f12w?wsXRfi5 ,iv ' A-' Qs fn! 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Since Bill's childhood he has been determined to excel in athletics both in high school and college. For three years Bill has practiced pole vaulting faithfully, and his fu- ture hopes are to someday be able to participate in the Olympics. The constant will and determination Bill has devoted himself to, has proven very worthwhile, and states Coach Matsuda, "His potential is up to him." S," if , gif - .,:. 1i. Ai 9, . sf Xi KK rf' 5? W ' N F i Y 94 4. .K Nt . if 1:63 v 54' 5 ax x Q . , ? " f' 551 ' fy.: xg. .fs w. 4 ' V . A , M, Q4 in 5 'Q if X ,kg Bmw my :iv E , -.4 ,f fini gg ja Fw?-' . X M ff if 2 - an 125 ,vi if xr I Vmzi kmxq, A qw Q . 3? 5: F f :vi uf- . 51 K 4. Q Q h 4 X .xgfff-ff Q mfgxggg 4 5 . 1 bm 12.5 ' A -uw fs- A mi' kt. ,, Nf?j4f1?Qhf 2 iii M ,1 wwf 2' A :fi Mm- if-51 'S Ps W fp A ww Q M554 A 3 9 i E X 1 3 iygs V ,, w , h ,MJ W . E mr' .?k::, 'slut SIU . 4 2-I 3 QA , 1. ' . ,g H,M Qi gMyMM, ,, -A N , . wi ' -W4ww ffxw'wQhfN 4Q K ", ,. x M ws W' vw? 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W ' f - H ff ' xr M , 13' A 1 i ., pt, , 1 i W I +V. x,-, . - W, K. . ,,,, ,,. . , - K"'.-- Y g ' 41.-1: - "'4f"W"'Pv'fzf1-,mf-lf-My. X W, L WL ' A1,1..3,'.i'::25g ff, ,ff f ,f 1 , g j I E gb 1 1 'fl- ing '2'fm.,, 'Q qw M N +V ,,g.,:.., 5 'Ai ' .aww ,M . wa ,,,,,.M,..,,., ,ff-W gzffw'-as" ' - - W , X, . '-M "-W'- wwf- vmwslf wi - 7 pmhwig.. ii . ':. s L Jack Naiar demonstrates high hurdles for the camera. Leo Doyle, Ken Bontadelli and Andy Allen approve a new discus Boltom row-left to right: J. Bulron, J. Alessi, O. Tijerina, J. Loboch. Bock row: G. Arina, A. Arcagaki, J. Struh. , lf x,.-Z Glen Arima flies over low hurdles. Ken Taylor, sprinter. What goes up . . . . . . must come down Top row-left to right: Manager Albert Bico, Carmine De Piano, Mike Taylor. Bottom row: Bill Aldrich, Ray Palacios, Geo. Washin- Dick Baldwin, Ken Rogers, Rudy Renteria, Ken Tomita, Randy tor, Dale Falcone, Dave Gurich, Richard Mazotti, Steve Wright, Wilkinson, Ervin Robinson, Gilbert Palacios, Manuel Gonzales, Richard Palacos, Nick Gurich. Fledglings Wield Big Bats This year's Frosh-Soph Baseball team gained much experience for future varsity competition. The team's strong point was the pitching department where Steve Wright and Rich Palacios turned in outstanding performances time after time. Always working hard in outfield were Dave Gurich and Dale Falcone. Both are freshmen with an outstand- ing future. Holding up the hitting department were hitters Hiiznzo, Garcia, Wright, Palacios, and Rudy Renteria. Catching and always hustling was Nick Gurich. Coach Tom Rike and Steve Wright and Dale Falcone discuss batting procedure. Top row-left to right: Mike Facer, Wally Wood, Joe Zito, Frank art, Jim Zito, Garry McClung, Arnold Mazetti, Jim Phillips, Larry Garcia, Lamar Baldwin, Mike Weatherly. Bottom row: Jerry Stew- Freimarck, and Jim Watkins. B TTER U I The schedule for Hill's Varsity Base- ball Team consisted of 9 practice games and il league games. This year's team had a strong hitting ball club. The most significant factor in the team's success was the defensive play. The players' positions were as follows: Jim Phillips, Arnold Mazotti, Wally Wood, Pitching, Garry McClung, Cat- ching, Jim Zito, lst Base, Larry Frei- marck, 2nd Base, Joe Zito, 3rd Base, Jerry Stewart, Shortstop, Lamar Baldwin, Left Field, Jim Watkins, Center Field, Frank Garcia, Right Field, Art Trinino, Mike Weatherly, and Mike Facer, Utility. Coach Powell gives instructions to Captain Garry McClung, Co-Captain Joe Zito. , ,rn wi 5 x Xl, , ,Q 1? + . K A t Q wg? i . L L . 5' wi? . . w . K g , fff .. 'Y A 'Qf x iv ,, ' . M . L - - ' L ' , X -"' Lv LQLua.v 12 . . . I -- ' f - ' 'a' 1' 1 " + K ,- V K K , 3 , - f H Q W ' I A L, , ,. L - - , X. .,.. x W. -' Y W' ,W A -- f f ,, 3 f , - V . .5 5 r g . A ,. - fl - wh . -- xf whimxsfx.'fA . V L 5 LQ 91 Back row-left to right: Mike James, Mike Garcia, Ricky Maples, Dick Seavers, Art Roach, Bob King, Tom Uchiyama, Richard King. Kneeling: John Jimenez, Terry Hereford, Carlos Garcia, Dave Lawson, Yoshi Deguchi. Not pictured: Coach Eric Holcomb, and Butchie Torrez. Yoshi Deguchi, Captain. NETMEN Spring Sports that s a Racket In its second year ot interscholastic competi- tion, the Falcon tennis team represented Andrew Hill proudly in Mt. Hamilton Athletic League competition. Yoshi Deguchi, one ot the top ranking men in MHAL standings, captained this year's squad. Five returning lettermen, hold down the top positions on the team. Yoshi Deguchi is first man, Tom Uchiyama second, Bob King third, Dick Seavers fourth, and Richard King is titth man on the team. Left to right: Albert Gonzales, Arnold Gonzales, Bill Bowden, Dave Carden, Ron Ames, Greg Thul, and not pictured, Coach Mel Goertz. SWING NG CL B HAVE A BALL! Dave Carden, Capfain, Some people chase butrerflies, ofhers chase girls, but These boys chase an elu- sive liftle white ball. Teeing off of nearby courses, The Falcon Golfers rry To stay out of the rough and on The proper fair- way. As They sink Those puffs, each boy counfs The number of strokes accumu- laiecl and The number of holes remaining hoping To stay near par. wg 2 5 .fy fi A Rea 4 1 , ara -3f5f1-:iw X , 4: , is M X Q A fr 9 ,, df in . . AMF 1 y X 4 Ak Ev ag in Mm Emi ws rak -mgx Mwf?E?i?2qim 'Mm .6 ' --Q-l'1 'H Q 'faiiim L-if A 5-K 5 xx 2 . ak Jeff! N... Jw V A ' Wx -K , if Asfsggezf . A fum . 1 Ax ,WI ' 4.5 WA. Q Q1 g s, ne- I x.. . I 3 Q 5 gf. Q A Q . Q...-b M WF, 5 4 N :"' 2 - A JE W. O ae? ROBERT COUCI-IMAN AWARD The Robert Couchman Athlete-Scholar Award is the highest award that any Senior boy can receive at Andrew Hill for athletics. He has to maintain a 2.5 lc-l-l average for 7 semesters. He must also be nominated by the coaches. A boy receiving the highest total points will be declared the winner of the award. Moral character, scholarship, and athletics count high on winning the award. The past Robert Couchman award winners were Phil Zuniga, Ed Martinez, Dave Austin, and Ray Medina. QUEEN THERESA One of the highlights of the year was the traditional Track Tournament which was held at Foothill Junior College. Adding beauty to this spectacular affair were Queen Theresa Trovato, and princesses Stephanie Bar- clay, Betty Fair, and Anita Pfeiffer, not pictured. 96 , 1 Eoch yedr Andrew Hill spon- sors ci diving tournament pro- viding open competition be- tween high schools in this cireo. Reigning over the tournament were Queen Rita Noble, ond princesses Janet Sutton, Dione Guiffredol, and Lynn Reicher. A UATIC ROYALTY REIGN S Top row-left to right: Mary Cortez, Jami Decker, Gloria Cook, Pat Welson, Gidget Pik, Sharon Wil- liamson, Jenny Ortega, Bonnie Nelson. Fifth row: Julie Shook, Luan Welch, Sue Steidle, Jo Ann Randall, Sharon Schewartz, Jean Miller. Fourth row: Bonnie Perry, Lydia Sena, Joanne Blank, Kathy Mendoza, Kathy Stepp, Rachel Esquivel. Third row: Jane Sandoval, Jessie Ortega, Sandy Cook, Kathy Brock, Janet Sutton, Gloria Portillo, Mureen Rogrequez. Second row: Amy Uyeda, Phyllis Ichishita, Crecia Francis, Terry Smitherman, Ann Britton, Doris Okubo. First row: Pat Crawford, Christy Kelch, Vickie Garland, Mary Sanchez, Virginia Sandoval. SPORTS VARIETY FOR G. . . MiSS POT CI'ClWf0I'Cl- Miss Margaret Harris, Bonnie Perry, President of G.A.A. MiSS Beverly Devin X 7 MW 5.-I, Gif 5 J .- SQ -L l I Up for a iump ball is Jenny Ortega and Kathy Sandoval. Falcon players reaching high for a iump ball. lt ff 4 ' P I l I l X ul' 1 N N I I Ol N .xg yi I The purpose of G.A.A. is to promote good sportsman- ship, to promote an opportunity tor participation in sports, to develop good fellowship and an- interest in athletics among girls. G.A.A. is tor girls who like to par- ticipate in sports after school. There is a great variety of sports offered throughout the school year. During the first quarter hockey, tennis, and competitive swimming are offered, In the second quarter there is basketball and trampoline. The third quarter there is bowling, volleyball, and form swimming. ln the tourth quarter there is soft- ball, badminton, and synchronized swimming. Any girl who likes sports may ioin. A girl can participate in 2 sports per quarter. She can earn points toward getting a block and then a star. A girl earns 25 points tor each sport in which she Participates. Atter she has received 200 points she earns her block. At the end of the year there is an awards banquet honoring the outstanding girls. With both hands on the ball, Bonnie Perry fights hard for it. ,-..f My mm, ,xv ,- A M .JY nd' f ff- ff ' QL A Ir- . yi, - W, if -- .W f: Q. H A F, s 5.5 V N - U Q L 2 5? 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Barrera, Ernie Barrios, Joe Bass, Roger Bess, Steve Bettendorf, Jack Blanco, Bob Boniadelli, Dave Bonilla, Marlo Bowden, Bill Bower, Laura Bradley, Bruce Braucht, Bill Brown, Dale Buffo, Fred Burnett, Tim Campagne, Tony Cappas, Mary Carlee, Mike Carleton, David Carlin, Dale Carrillo, Robert Carson, Barbara Carson, Mike Castle, Gary Casteneda, Flora Caudell, Ron Chance, Ray Chaney, Bob Chaney, Ginger Chatham, Dennis Abroego, Santiago Adams, Howard Aqui, Greta Aguirre, Frank Aguirre, Jenny Aguilar, Mannual Aho, Wayne Aleshire, Dennis Allard, Tina Alvarado, Olga Anderson, Jeannie Anello, Kathy Areon, Tom Atencia, Arthur Avila, John Baca, Jerry Bagnall, Marie Bailey, Sandra Baker, Bob Boker, Linda Baldwin, Val Barbero, John Barcellos, Delbert Barnwell, Kathy 5, YE f- : J M K H Shari sw-Q,.g,z: A if , o Ks E Q5 'S jaw fer: W Q ,png ' f- .las K f- ' li esp-ga Y' AQ-55325: ' . ' 'V 35? J,i3?,fQ'f3Zm114Y5g ' 35: f :iii P. -F: 'Z 51. SE. 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Raybould, Jeff Rebozzi, Carolyn Renferia, Christine Renferia, Ruby Reynolds, Bertram Rice, Vicky Richardson, Dave Richey, Diana Robertson, Jerry Robinson, Ervin Robinstein, Don Robitaille, Terry Rodriquez, Kathleen Rogers, Sharon Roland, Melva Romero, Bern Rose, Leonard Rowe, Linda Ruiz, Nellie Ruiz, Stella Ruiz, Yolanda Ruyon, Ron Saenz, Virginia Sagen, Alan Salazar, Gloria Salazar, Andy Sanchez, Lincla Sanchez, Richard Sanchez, Teresa Sanchez, Tony r Q-S 25 wx , Q ,- W f i xg YK -, -Q .mf 11551 gif sw... A in ,. X Ai' U K, 4 ,. if . '- iff Q 351 ,212 1 'W W .. Q A I S5 v f. X + xml -- . 7, . 455 x s -71 A- 1.-jx R , 5 at x ., X21 K '11, X WI, if A X 1 Q X , . "5 f W6 ag fs . . V35M5g.'-X - fav kj xf. in Wbffli , A bv Wag 'vi Mfg - ya-f Wqg 5 'N- N is in gs. Y M f X ,f ff A--f 4' I BQ il fig? x gg.. .. N? .5 ,r .. K ,M 51 K A 151 A I . fisk ' 5 M5 Q us ,' fi? ,-Q, yn.. . ?:?Q ' Fifi: - A' - i Sk is Mi 3 'S . mf. X J if , L64 Fl .I . VS, -x ,QM ,f',f'fWk+9T.'iQ ' ' fi: I ,H hfwslf JSM K N f r rgfxxfssfftw-V: if Jiig. . nf - Mai fi A V wizf-V? .. Q2 fff::f:giffh -K . M21 W: 'N ., . x W X .L ... iq 'Mg I in ,N ,- 1 135.4 ' . L hey. ii' xx x Qi iii? ' if . .k.. -my X .17 S- ,I re. W 'vw- sslvf f w JV 1 A Q aj: x 'EE 3 'i Aiding students by developing and increas- ing a degree ot maturity which will aid them in solving their many pressing problems is the iob of Hill's counselors. Besides counseling the students, the counsel- ing staff assists the teachers in interpreting and using information concerning the characteristic needs and opportunities of students. Pictured right is Miss Hurst who works mostly with sophomores Smith, Robert Smitherman, Terry Sosa, Frances Sotelo, Martha Sproule, Lorraine Steidle, Sue Stepp, Kathy Stevens, Steve Stewart, Carol Stilwell, Holly Straley, Marsha Teague, Dave Testa, Marsha Thomas, Judy Thomasson, John Thorne, Bev Thompson, Lynn Thul, Greg Tober, Art Todd, Don Turner, Mike Uyeda, Amy Uyeda, Caroline Webb, Jim Welburn, Ross Weister, Doreen Wesson, Pat Wilkinson, Randy Wiley, Gerald Williamson, Sharon Wright, Steve Wood, Linda Woods, Brian Valenti, Pat VanAuken, Jeanne Vanderpool, Sue Vannatta, Lena Vasquez, Marie Velez, Tony Young, Cecilie Young, Karen Zimmerman, Darlene If ' ' -1. '.fc, . --::,,,.. -V -L1-4 M, j ?L 31' 'iikfpfr , fx 25Q,5:fQ.fH:Xs-5' , 5 Y , ,qw H A-5 Q'-4.13 , ,1 9525 .V V .c, ,f 9 - ' A A ,Q -Q ag fr' ' ' T ' -- P --V- f Q - W - A . A ' X if X? ., Wx f 5 Q' ,,.m1i-WW- 3 ' E 4 .,,, , . 5 E 5 A 2 1. 5 I Q 5 mi' Mwf i 1 2 3 Q 1 i 1 5 -. Q 1 KK "Q V Q, - . 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S was 5. x Q 15 . ,,,, 5: are z , ,me-5 ka 3 Blong, Ron Bohnetf, Dan Bontadelli, Ken Bowden, Sharon Branagan, Ed Brandis, Mary Acord, Steve Adams, Janet Ailouny, Bob Akamick, Lee Aldrete, Manuel Alessi, Joe Allard, Linda Allen, Andy Almazan, Paul Andrews, Diana Aragaki, Dan Arima, Glenn Arnold, Sheila Asprer, Dorinda Atencio, Elvira Atencio, Frank Badillo, Art Baldwin, Lamar Bass, Ken Belland, Sally Biley, Chuck Blank, Edward Blanton, Roger Blom, Ralph Brauer, Carolyn Braucht, Jonny Britton, Ann Brock, Cathline Brown, LaJune Bufalini, Carol Burelli, Bill Cappas, Jus Carland, Jim Carroll, Linda Carson, Patrick Chacon, Tom Christie, Ron Ciraulo, Gary Coriea, Dolores Cortez, Mary Coston, Lorrie Dahl, Lowell D'amello, Angie Damron, Jim Davis, Carol Davis, Joyce Delcampo, Francis Dimaya, Sally 1 Y 1 1 I 4 Q PREL DE T The murmur of voices above the soft flow ronces of perfume mingling with the of music . . . the intermittent loughter and scents of corsoges . . . the dim lights the greetings of longtime friends, the frog- couples seemingly moved os one . . l PARADISE 'mush of expectancy cis the queen cmd her the catch in the throat clncl The lost look ot Fttendonts ore announced . . . the stroll in the ballroom cis cm perfect evening comes to he moonlight on ci worrri spring night . . . on end. wewwwhmw T? 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M 3 12 Q 5 q Us x .N ' ' VQFQQA QgS't'-QA fu 'viemk Q 'Q Q 'sv X M ,ky 65 a 5 . , 3,58 Q 1:24 fms,ef.i i -f 2 ff .E J, 25,2133 jf-,.w.xi , X . ml .kgs - gf aim King, Bob King, Rich Lampman, Bill Lankford, Jerry Lathrop, Mike Lassiter, Rich Lessor, Dewayne Lobach, Jim Lopez, Mary Ellen Lawrie, Diana Markey, Christine Marks, Mike Marrufo, Ruth Martinez, Delores McCoy, Betty McNear, Steve Medina, Jim Mendez, Josie Pileggi, Flo Platt, Barbara Quevedo, Joyce Randall, Jo Ann Reed, Dan Reeves, Bill Renteria, Rafael Reynolds, Sally Rivera, Mike Roach, Regina Roberts, Flora Robinstein, Fred Romero, Yolanda Ruiz, Delia Ruiz, Tony Saler, Jim Sanchez, Jim Sanchez, Mary Monk, Terry Moreno, Tom Morrissey, Pat Naiar, Fred Nelson, Bonnie Nelson, Sherry Nevels, Carolyn Nieto, Joe Noble, Rita Otay, Theresa Ortega, Jenny Pacheco, Maurice Pangallo, Carol Paredes, Danny Perkins, Barbara Perez, Ruth Petersen, Diana Phillips, Jim Santos, Bob Scheel, Mary Schwartz, Sharon Schnaible, Jerry Seemann, Loretta Sides, Jacqueline Slater, Benalyn Snider, Frank Snow, Marie Spottwood, Jack Sotelo, Nellie Staiti, Roberta Stevenson, Bill Stewart, Jerry Stites, Alma St. Clair, Bee Suggs, Pam Summers, Ron Sunzeri, Marta Sutton, Janet Tamez, Elva Tankerslex, Carolyn Thormin, Allyson Thompson, Steve Thorp, .lim Tiierina, Overlin Toler, Loretta Torres, Sally Torrez, Butch Uchiyama, Tom Vanderpool, Gary Vasquez, Pat Velez, Larry Votens, Debbie Watkins, Jim Weathery, Mike Welch, Leean Whobrey, Linda Wilbur, Sue Williams, Alynda Williams, Dave Williamson, Rich Woodall, Bill Wright, Shirley Young, Sue Zabel, Dennie Zibnack, Billie Zito, Joe ,. fi' ,J- s HCT. X 1... ng..- in 4 ,sw 3 Q15 35. I w 45 , fig. 5. i 3 x HA Q i I . ia E 25 X Q ' 4. 1 A gf, -,S 1. wap ' K 4: le: mfs wif , 'ii 3 Q-V kk. A , . ., 2' 2 z. ' 5 A if 3,55 gig I Q 3 X 1? f .ir .3 f , ,ggi S,3Q,g,,, S, ' gig? is ' 5 x N dim Q . sf fy f f .gif H ' 1 QW , , 4 1 2 ..:-ifhw. M Ar i' In JZ WRX. V W if 'gw..,:, ' :nt .--i .xt . gm, f an f me 1 1 Jdigwwi. X wil, ' 53 Y ix ,, ,p ? P l . ,, , . a ' j A 'g?E"3:sf, we ' M5205-322, - Marvin Anderson Safety Council Choir Varsity Football Varsity Swimming Varsity Basketball Varsity Water Polo THESE WILL LEA E Vivian Balch Orchestra Mathematics Club Para Medical Club International Foreign Relations Club National Mathematics Honor Society C.S.F. Diane Aldridge Advanced Choi r Drama John Alviso Football Wrestling Track Robert Alvarez Christine Audycki Future Teachers Club Choir Club Chemistry Club Physics Club Biology Club Student Council Junior Red Cross Junior Class Vice Swimming Team G.A.A. President Joe Bocanegra Track Varsity Wrestling Auto Club 126 i E 5 , Q., Q 6553352 2.1 A555 LSGN 6595 'K S3 A L52 4 1 Bakr Emil: Q3 YJ 'mamma is W .-, '29 Q, 'Va 4, xt ,X . A wi 5 1 Wd X ' , ' 5 E ps W- mg W ,, A k x , 4 K M? Yi: W ,V ye, N ' R 1. il , ., aff: AN Q ai 15,253 if A f , 5 fd IR MARK . . Ronald E. Ba ker J.V. Football Baseball Les Bramblett Swimming Varsity Water Polo Bond Michael K. Brown Stephanie Band-Flag Girl Choir Student Council Safety Committee Junior Prom Committee Senior Boll Committee Talon Staff Pep Club Hart's Representative Carnival Princess Barclay Lenore Cecelia Bray Pep Club c.A.A. Hilltoppers Stephanie Briones Red Cross, President and Secretary United Nations, President and Secretary Para Medical Club Inter Club Council Junior Class Secretary G.A.A. Tennis Red Cross Representative at the Red Cross Chapter Edward Branagan Varsity Diving Bill Caldwell Barbara Chichester Bill Cedoline Junior Prom Committee Senior Ball Committee Swimming Mariorie Jean Corey Music Club, Vice President G.A.A. Advanced Choir Frank Camacho, Jr. Football Swimming Band l 128 Dave Garden Golf Best All Around, Joan Gahan and Ed Fair James C. Chappell Key Club Science Honor Society Truck Basketball Bice Ca n non Honor Society Track Football Sandy Cook G.A.A. Art Club Talon Staff l Cutest girl, Sonia Johnson and handsomest boy, Joe Vuoso. Don Claus Margoref Coe Jim Cldwer Safety Committee FACING LIFE'S PROBLEMS Yoshiteru Deguchi Tennis Student Council Carole Du Bridge Student Council C.S.F. Fleur De Lis Supreme Court CASC Representative Safety Committee. Secretory Girls State Representative Finance Committee Pep Club Senior Class Treasurer A.S.B. Commissioner of Publicity Flag Girl Song Girl Track Queen Leo Doyle Varsity Track Carol Dimicelli G.A,A. Student Council Drama Pep Club Senior Rally Committee Senior Ball Committee Senior Council Band Talon Stuff Robert Cornett Joyce Deaver Ron Delpier Varsity and J.V. Football Varsity and J.V. Wrestling Varsity Swimming Block H Secretary Margo Lee Ellersick r.H.A. .iw V1 iw, aa f ' -an A , A A, 5 Y .uk 'hh' -vi' Az A X V M VW ,,, .. fa . , , L K. , Qfww W ing' Q Q f 23' 4 Vf-, ,.. K Eg Yi: 0 ls Q 9 4 ,V S5 3 " S Q fx Q .if L ,sv -, wk gx QW, V ' X F wi' n . ' 2 N X 7 f g iw M S i nf A 1 'J : , fgzfvw 1 , 3 f- L,,. . f . 0' ' ' Q' ' w aiiwx . . ,. 5951 ' . .1 p ff' 2 ' 'F - Qi Q-if Q-'b f l Hag . , ES Q 1' 9f:l4?':: f 71 i . W ' s M .. N A' ' XM sf' H c iw gg il k N WE X x i R Ei, . . Q M 1 fl ? g Sis RP Q 4' ix 'N Q f Q gnu fi x X ' Y qwwffggw T .-NE: f ff Ig ,X .5 'fig iz 5 .W ,. M Q ew X 1 N N Q 32 r Q I ,S ,Q W Y, K M.: K R 3 T 8.33 . 1 Q Q Q- 1... ,,f, b, V 1, el V by M A QF W2f"'Qrww " 'Q ,912 ff? 5 r, 2.-ff, V. M . ' ' 'I an aw i r! T' 2: M 1 Mg , ..,. i 3' SR A . ,VM V, f L A 'gl Q wx as-ii ' K Q N , A ss, ,E 1. www. 6 z may THE SPIRIT TROPHY Ron Kennedy, vice president, steps forward to begin the battle of the classes at the Ayer rally. Steve Herrick, Carol Dimicelli, Theresa Trovato, and Toni Thul. "Hey, let's bring the bell buck home," yells Mr. Richard Johnson, senior advisor. The Fall officers, along with the en- thusiastic support of the class kept the senior class ahead in the spirit trophy race throughout football and basketball. 133 Mavis Gashler Drama Student Council Executive Council Supreme Court C.A.S.C. Representative C.S.F. Fleur de Lis English Honor Society Jr. Prom Chairman Safety Committee Flag Girl THEY LEFT ELL William Fosdick Senior Rally Committee Varsity Track Varsity Cross Country Dennis Ford J.V. Football B Swimming Varsity Swimming Varsity Water Polo Block H President Pep Club Publicity Future Teachers Club Alice Fox Choir Drama Larry Freimarck Frosh-Soph. Baseball Varsity Baseball D. Basketball B and JV Basketball Nancy Lee Frey Para Medical Club, F.H.A. Joe Galvan l l REPARED . . Lyle Eugene Goodrich Joan Alrene Gahan Student Council Diving Tournament Princess Block H Princess Junior Prom Queen Mike B. Garcia F.F.A. F.F.A. Sentinel Junior Class Vice President J.V. Football Varsity Football Track Pamela Ann Gallert ilfred E. Gilbert Tennis Block H Evangeline Garcia Student Council Pep Club Val Garcia Dance Band Advanced Bond Senior Council Senior Clean up Future Eastside Citizens Student Council Football Track Baseball i, Rick Hariwell Naomi Howard RayL Garrouffe Key Club Dramc Wafer Polo Varsity Swimming Claire Ayami Harada Pep Club Spanish Club Arr Club G.A.A. Drill Team Drama Tomas Gonzales, Jr. Track Baseball Stephen C. Herrick Student Council Key Club, Secretory Pep Club, Sgt.-at-Arms Block H, Vice President Seniar Class President Varsity Water Polo Varsity Swimming Varsity Wrestling i Best dressed seniors, Gwyneth Hancock and Bill.Caldwell. Gwyneth Ann Hancock Gymnastic Contests Song Girl Russ Griffith Student Council Advanced Bond Dance Band Art Herrera Sharon Howard Fernie Herrera F.H.A. KEEP IT CLEAN! Charles Ray Johnson Sonia Lynn Johnson Pep Club Hill Toppers Drama Freshman Class Secretary Block H Princess Homecoming Queen Charles Harp Elvira Leanos G.A,A. Freshman Class President Lettergirl Cheerleader Paul Hurley Pauline Jacobo Student Council Block AH President G.A.A. Inter-Club Council Nurses Club Pura Medical Club Model U.N. Red Cross Club Keith lida Student Council Pep Club Marion Kimura Model U.N. Para Medical Club Junior Red Cross, Treasurer W.A.S.C. Committee 'sf .N I ilk: 5 Q3 -.Q ,.Alixm.kbsfE., Y gb N Vi nu ta Q.-ag X -Q iq xx ,M X 1 mf. .K 3 3: 5 3- 1 ,fx 2 1? X 9 Ng ff 1 z EX- sv r -W-.aff . 2?-QE 'll' " 1" as QQ I, , di 1 K , 5 -MX 4 bfivi E33 www? M , k"' ' A " . A A Q A 'Y . " 1, fm. '32 v ' may ' A A ' 1, , 3 '--Ji R JOB: THE 4? , Where to have the Senior Ball, seems to be the topic of conversation between Ron Kennedy, Senior president and Mrs. Perry and Mr. Guerra, counselors. "How can we have a Senior Ball on 517.00?", muses Roberta Mendoza, treasurer. Li Pacheco, vice president, searches prospect list for 140 possible place to have the senior ball. SENIOR BALL The fall senior council gets ready to begin the search for a place lida, Ron Kennedy, Li Pacheco, Roberta Mendoza, Christine Ayu- to hold the Senior Ball. Pictured from left to right are Marsha dicki, Chuck Harp. Seated in the car are Renee Mazzanti, Theresa Roach, Carol Dimicelli, Joe Vuaso, Mavis Gashler, Stephanie Bar- Trovato, and Carole DuBridge. Karen Minick, Claire Harada, Mary Stensrud, Toni Thul, Keith Last minute inquires are made by Theresa Trevate secretary Tom Lynch Pep Club Swim Team Water Polo Sports Editor, Hilites Joe Ma rtin Pep Club Clean Up Committee Track Football Basketball --T42 THEIR GOAL . . Charlene Manthey F.B.L.A. Treasurer Pep Club GAA Bank Hill Hi Lites Linda Martin Work Experience Drill Team Chair Homecoming Princess ESCVAL Princess Choir-Band Secretary l Carmelita Tina Martin Pep Club Adv. Choir l l l Gary McNear Barbara Mancino Pep Club Hill Toppers Student Council Drama Vice President FHA WAS NEVER E DI Joe Frank Marty c.s.F. Vice President of Key Club Secretary of Key Club Science Honor Society Hum berto Ma rq uez Block H Pep Club Clean Up Committee Cross Country Wrestling Track Arnold Mazotti Senior Council lnter Club Council Executive Council Senior Cleanup Committee Sunshine Committee Student Council Boys Commissioner of Activities Block H President of Future Eastside Citizens B Football Varsity Football Varsity Baseball Renee Mazza nti Student Council Senior Council Drama Speech Band Senior Rally Committee Sunshine Committee Pep Club G.A.A. Future Eastside Citizens Yearbook Editor Homecoming Princess Ronald Mark Student Body President Executive Council Supreme Court Election Committee W.A.S.C. Member Science Honor Society Key Club Sophomore Class Vice President Junior Class President D Basketball D Track Billie Jeanne May Pep Club Speech Hilite Staff Choir G.A.A. fi Gayle Murphy Jess Medina, Jr. J.V., B, and Varsity Fooiball Track, C, Championship La rry Na uck and Second Place in Finals Basketball Student Council Senior Clean-up Commimw Sharon Jane Newman F.T.A. Spanish Club Junior Class Play Choir James McPherson Band Football, All League is mb ii , , , Biff 52, Georgia O Brien Track G.A.A. Mos? likely to succeed Vivian Hara and Bill Fosdick. Roberta G. Mendoza Safety Committee Inter-Cub Council Student Council F.F.A. President G.A.A. Red Crass Art Club Pep Club Senior Class Treasurer Wittiest, Carol Dimicelli and Robert Fee. Jack Naiar Karen Minick Track George E. Meyer J.V. and Varsity Football Varsity Baseball Manager Eve'rTe M. Muzzin Honor Roll Drama Choir Pep Club Freshman Class Secretary Robert Miller Choir IT S TOGETI-IERNESS Tony Penera Pep Club Art Club President Inter-Club Council Future Eastside Citizen's Committee Jessie Ortega Freshman Vice President Student Council G.A.A. A.S.B. Rally Committee Pep Club Sunshine Committee W.A.S.C. Committee Hilite Staff Senior Rally Committee Head Cheerleader Mel Perreira Pep Club Vice President Student Council Rally Committee Talon Staff Soccer Team Swim Team Cross Country Head Varsity Cheerleader Carol Palmer Micky Pratico Varsity and B Football Varsitv and B Track C.S.F. Science Honor Society Student Council Li Pacheco Racial Queen Sunshine Committee G.A.A. Cheerleader Malorette Junior Class Secretary Senior Class Vice President Student Council Secretary Senior Rally Committee Leon Poteet Key Club Treasurer Future Teachers of America Hilite Staff Baseball Bonnie Perry C.S.F. G.A.A. F.B. LA. Inter-Club Secretary l W 'B :Xie HQ!!! wee 5 .. e..isQ92l 'T ic, . 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Vice President Rally Committee Pep Club Letter Girl Larry Sanders Chess Club Wayne Rose Pep Club 150 Robert Sanchez Sherry Roberts LONG REMEMBERED Dennis Spurling Shirley Shannon Silva Mike Smith Student Council Rally Committee Clean Up Committee C.S.F. Y.E.O. Trock Baseball Lydia Sena Pep Club F.ia.i.A. o.A.A. Hilite Staff Dennis Smitherman President of Pep Club Inter Club Council Block H Yearbook B Football J.V. Wrestling Captain Varsity Wrestling Captain B Diving Varsity Diving Varsity Water Polo Frank Staiti D Track Wrestling 152 Theresa Trovalo Don Thiesson G.A.A. Student Council Senior Council Peggy Lynne Taylor Pep Club Sunshine Committee Senior Rally Committee Senior Class Secretary Block H Princess Track Queen Carole Townsend F.B.L.A. Hill Toppers Pep Club Art Club Advanced Choir Charlyn Loraine Thomas Hilites Stuff ' Advanced Chair Kenneth Taylor Hilltoppers Football Drama Club Truck Most spirited seniors, Li Pacheco and Ron Kennedy. Toni Thul Student Council Senior Council Senior Rally Committee Safety Committee Rally Committee Record Hop Representative Pep Club Historian Junior Prom Committee Senior Ball Committee Talon Staff Head Song Girl Homecoming Queen Sue Wagner Band F.B.L.A. Secretary Y-Teens Secretary Spanish Club Whitamer Circus Most popular seniors, Toni Thul and Arnold Mazotti. Mary Stensrual Election Committee Pep Club G.A.A. Seniar Class Secretary il'A0V0n TlW0mPS0"l David Van Der Pool Delores Vasquez . .A. F.H.A. G.A.A, F.B.L.A. PRI ILEGED SENIORS Bill Jackson Photography Club Boys' Glee Club Baseball Football Linda Webb Joe Vuoso Transfer from Campbell Pep Club Senior Clean-up Committee Future Eastside Citizens Committee J.V. Football Team Varsity Diving Team Varsity Swimming Team Varsity Water Polo Team Varsity Football J.V. Wrestling Team Betti Walton David White Rose H. 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RENTAL ll, PHONE: CY 2-9102 Red, White, Blue Dinner Jacket and Pants Open Sundays by Appointment Telephone CY 4-4298 SENTER NURSERY Quality Nursery Stock 3720 Senter Road San Jose, California BAGLEY'S SIGNAL SERVICE STATION 1704 Senter Road PHONE: 297-3108 Brakes, Tune-up, Tires, Lubrication Shop at: 1 f? ff 5 K A Q Q A 1 pg? V , W Af' wi 2889 Senterlkoud J8iM AUTOMOTIVE 1868 South First Street San Jose, California PHONE: CY 5-3147 For the Finest Automotive Services CALL'S RICHFIELD STATION 1 160 E. Santa Clara Street San Jose, Calif. PHONE: 295-6797 HOME: 225-2712 Mechanic On Duty- Pick Up 81 Delivery Open Daily 7 A.M. - 10 P.M. Sundays 8 A.M. - 7 P.M. ii- The Finesf in Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman Phone: CYpress 5-2196 ., , CURL CASTLE BEAUTY SALON IS f'N Q DOROTHY stf-xus 7 1093 South :Oth St. L San Jose, California Specialists in Hair Shaping, Styling and Permanent Waving COUNTRY CLEANERS El Rancho Shopping Center PHONE: CYpre,ss 5-3201 13285 MONTEREY ROAD Dependable Service CARlBBEE'S BARBER SHOP Lewis and Senter Roads 227-9924 SERVICE WITH A SMILE Paterson Office Supplies y East San Jose's Largest Stationers and Printers 2419 Alum Rock Phone: 258-4817 Daily Deliveries l DEL MONACO'S 2859 Senter Road Carribbee's Shopping Center Congratulations Class of 1963 Happy Variety and Cleaners 519 McLaughlin Avenue Quality dry goods for young and old Phone: CY 5-7255 San Jose, California Toys and party goods Jaw WELDING COMPANY 3950 Monterey Road Call 227-8361 Pen-Pac Automatic A VENDING SERVICE Fresh Fruits Fruit Juices Richard H. Seward Ice Cream 164 1670 Stockbridge Avenue Redwood City, California EMerson 9-5105 CALADO'S PHOTOGRAPHY 1187 E. Santa Clara CY 3-1208 San Jose, California lt's nice to be framed at "Calado's" MAYFAIR FLORIST 1082 Santa Clara San Jose, California Phone: 297-1128 For those moments that mean so much remember those flowers from Mayfair Florist. Accordion Lessons . . . . . Sheet Music Instruments ...................... Records LANGONE'S MUSIC Phone: CLayburn 8-2519 3143 Alum Rock Avenue San Jose, California G- zz..- Q-' at -if 913 .4:""' ,7 .C-. . f ,,- .71- I. ,..-r. I' .I 'ls I - I I -.nv gn .I C -P, 0' ' '-. 1.9, ll lil il 'ISSUE .li..x,..T ll, UThere is no saturation point in educatiunn' Thomas I . Watson mg Standard Produce Co. of San Jose Food Delivery Mr. LoRouse DePaul Automatic Company 715 Colman Ave. Phone: 292-21 13 1 scream You scream We all Scream For lce Cream Thompson Photography School Photographers 30 Linda Vista Drive Monterey, California Telephone Code: 408 FRontier 2-9266 166 Guns 0 Ammunition 0 Fishing Tackle F. SCHILLING 8. SON 27 Post Street, San Jose CYpress 5-0343 Catering to the hunter and fisherman B. Kenneth Roberts ploris, Plaza Garden Shop Lo Bue's Plaza Story and White Roads Phone: Office: CL 8-5976 Res.: CL 8-7541 "ENB Q 4 f vf ,Q W 'Mg-M ' g 11 ,fm ig l' Q QF, l ff 1 Q Rf? ,. WX" vm , ' ' A if 1 2-'X 4? fmgfw-isils X if Igrfgw 5.gwyf.f:f.fm:: mfg. f f r fsf wig if Qssisheiif-11 Q-135. NTU- xi' -' ::a QEi'f'?f -.13 ., N. QQ ' ffs ' f ' A fx S4 'wr J'7'11i 1 Q5 if . . f :gf HIL .wtf VAL. , 4, f A ,,N.,w.., V Hwwmmg, f i 2.9, 1.1 111 , 5. .ii iv? 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' "L"E'l5Q. f-. fx.. :lil Call Cal Trenching PETERS BAKERY For Smiling Service and Delicious Do-Nuts 3108 Alum Rock Ave. San Jose, California Phone: 298-3529 A 8: A APPLIANCE Radio Dispatched Service Trucks 1 Herf Jones of San Francisco PUENTS BROTHERS' PIZZAS l 808 North 10th Street Class Rings San Jose, California , lf you like Pizza remember Puent NATIONAL sruolos . SO" EY egg l School Photographers 1 '92, r School Days: School Days, NC z . l Good ol' Golden Rule Days C :QF- Q l , , qllll' ' l Congratulations Class of 63 " Continuous quality year after year RRR ill AUYNOIN Of UI COCA-COIL COMPANY IV Congratulations to all the Andrew Hill graduates, from BAXENDALE'S La Bue's Plaza Story and White Roads San Jose, California PHONE: 251-4328 For the finest men's wear. 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