Antioch High School - Panther Yearbook (Antioch, CA)

 - Class of 1978

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They believed that the rooms used for art classes were unsafe because they were not specially built for projects requiring kilns, stoves, or other various equipment. The fundings for the new art wing were given to the school district by a special building bond created five years ago. The total cost for labor and equipment came to 0,000. Right: Joe Torres works steadily on the wheel. Middle Flight: Student using leather tools. Far Flight: Concentration, Center: Art Display. Bottom Right: Students using the new leather tools. Bottom Center: Lisa Lombardi showing Tim Cecchini how to use the leather sewing machine. Below: Student making a clay pot. I A -M-ff 'tm f 7' -fri? ' :Of - ' A - .--' my , . Q fi 1 . X N -lv' b' S fn ,tg 0 -Li ... ,........ :Lf- Q Q rg SQ, l is. pl ., 1 seee s QW -'aaa 1:15, X P 1' 1, 10 ' 1 v .MG , .-' X. Q' . 4. 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At the age in 4-Antioch High ' and playing Job s chilren who the younge that s e history of Antioch and at the gathering more material to st Helen E. teaching The is Mrs. Benyo will reatly missed by her con gue- students, and frie I s here at Antioch High"St?fTo5Tf Q 4 Q! W J 49' pain. i M: K-ia! 5' 'lin' 7 7 in gf Y -g.. x lu-.N w. 'ff F1 '--'LU' .Q . 4 5 I '- . U ,. , .. . KT J In N i Cne Enchanted Evening f 5- ff gz -, wi, y i .9h"- t uf i -1 V, I . . if ffl 1 i i 5 .i P? ,Q -4. Above: Mascots, Patricia Mercado and Denise Polta exchange a few laughs with Doug Ogg, the Master of Ceremony. Top Right: Princess Cindy Miranda, Escort Flon Jones. Middle Right: Princess Antonia Gaiera, Escort Steve Wright. Top Middle Right: The Mighty Panthers. Far Top Right: Princess Jodee Anello. Escort Rick Silvera.-Far Bottom right: Princess Dana Dowell, Escort Stan Smith. Middle: Homecoming Queen Amy Hall, Escort- Craig Marquart. Bottom Middle Right: Princess Tami Giovanni, Escort Clyde Miles. Bottom Right: Princess Julie Fairhurst, Escort Toby Malone. if -" -ii , gl' 1234 x-S3 i 'GLN' 3 C 9' 4 ' ' if 15' A 'ff IE? yi-lifi' Q 'H ., ii' if 27, Q ' t J if Q3 , ' i 5 0000 0004 A hush fell over Ellis Stadium as Laura Ftidlofi, 1976 'Homecoming Queen, crowned Amy Hall as 1977-78 Homecoming Queen. This years contestants for Homecoming Queen saw Jodee Anello, Dana Dowell, Julie Fairhurst, Antonia Gaiera, Tami Giovanni, Amy Hall, and Cindy Miranda vying for the coveted crown. P-residingover the evenings program was Doug Ogg, who presented the best decorated float award to the Class of 78 for their float, "Come Sail Away In 78." Second place award went to the Class of 79 for their float, "Having A Good Ole Time ln 79." Third place award went to the Class of 70 for their float, "Up, Up, Away," as a perfect end to a perfect evening. 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The Pep Crew got together to create a theme to spur the students' spirit. Posing as detectives, they circulated among the spectators acting out a routine. Our enthusiastic and energetic Mascots, Songleaders, and both Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders all contributed spirit to the day. Their efforts were rewardedg Final Score: Antioch-27, North Highlands-7. Hopi Mascot Denise Polta caught in the , act. fMiddIel Songleadersz Annette ' Chavez, Kathy Von Krakau, Sue Richardson, Kim Jenkins, Tami Giovan- ni. qBottom Lefty Mascot Tricia Mercado leads the gang in a cheer. fBottom Right! Pep Crew looking very tough. ur-11" X Spirited Investigators fTopJ The Pep Crew search for clues. 1Bottom Lefty Stacie Herrera makes a nuisance of herself: Cindy Whittaker is lnot impressed. lBottom Centerl Marv shows his muscle. iBo!tom Rightl Our Pep Crew, always good for a laugh. i Directly Above: Good old Uncle Don is reborn as Doug Ogg impersonates the chief himself. Top Left: Watch Out! Here I come on my new tricycle. Top Right: Hey! Is there one in there for me? Center Right: A victory cake for the winning team. Far Right: "Hi Hun", from Kathy Von Krakau and Kellye Cook. Directly Right: Coach Marv Comstock: "Come any closer and l'lI jump!" YQ-1-5 f3f"71sb!' 1977 Pittsburg Rally "Thrills on Wheels" A grand entrance from the motorcycle riding Songleaders started the 1977 Pittsburg rally with a lot of enthusiasm. Next came the acknowledgement of the head coaches for all the Fall Sports, each of them had to compete in a wheeling tricycle race. Mr. Comstock stayed cool as a cucumber, confident that his team would defeat Pittsburg once again. The A.H.S. Cheerleaders received flowers from the Pittsburg Cheerleaders as a token of good sportsmanship. The entire rally was a success as well as the game itself. "We've Got Spirit" Yes We Do. Left: Marvelous Mark presents the KFRC Team of the Week Trophy to Bill Douville and Scott Burgerhouse. Right: Gary Pico accepts trophy from Student Body President Howard Thompson for the victory over Pittsburg Pirates. Far Right: One could saythe contestants are "full of beans." Center Right: The derby , finalists tensely await the judges' 1 1 . decision. Lower Right: Varsity Cheer- 1 I '- leaders give their impression of the t n ' II -- . Clayton Valley football players. Center ' - 1 Q I . . . I .' Left: Short people have grubby little F 112 ' ' ' fingers and dirty little minds. Far Left: A . 11 I - - sweet welcome for Marvelous Mark. .' ' - - f - V "" ., "0 The big attraction of the fall season was football. During the football season the Student Body became involved in "Spirit Week". Spirit week was held the week of the Antioch - Clayton Valley Game. "Crazy Sock" day was held on Monday when everyone exposed their socks and during lunch the Jazz Band entertained. It was "lnsideout Backward" day on Tuesday. The big highlight during lunch was the Bean Eating Contest. The winners advanced to the finals. Wednesday was "Jersey Day". Jerseys were leased in the cafeteria for fifty cents. Class competition of the Wheelbarrow Race was held at lunch. Sophomores were victorious. Thursday, "Derby Day" the Class of 80 sold derbies for 50. At lunch the decorated derbies were judged for the finals. On Friday, everyone participated in "Black and Gold Day". The gym was the scene where the finalists gathered to make their final efforts in the Bean Eating Contest, Wheelbarrow Races, and Derby Contest. During the week points were tallied for the activities held each day. Sophomores, with the most spirit, won the Spirit Trophy. 22 3, I. ip- vf if W afF'zmgW' ' M M' vffnhfjvg , .- wwf- 'Mfi l PEe'7f35.' . -, is,- ,if Female Football FrOIiCS F37 I ------..?.l- 'V 'V I I 'w , j '51 I . ,-V -1 'r' Qual Di? Nts A -Q Top Left: The Varsity Cheerleaders tLtoRJ Ted Ornellas, Craig Blomberg, Dennis "Zeke" Dodd, Russ Nuovo, Ron McCall, and Frank Fliebslager cheer for their heroines. Bottom Far Left: The Junior Varsity squad Kenda Kuhl, Steph Jimenez, Donna Spahn, Monique Modelo, Karrie Blomseth, and Sue . I .,. cr-.1 Q., ! b ..-5 Il A . 5 Bermel watch their teammates on the field. Bottom near Left: The varsity team huddles and gets directions from their quarterback, Mary Himellck. Top Right: The J. V. Cheerleaders Robert Domin- guez on top, Randy Stephens on bottom, Richard Rowe on top, Britt Baugh on bottom, perform one of their cheers for the camera. Center Right: Alice Rotten tMark Longl is crowned Homecoming Queen 1977 by Homecoming Queen Amy Hall as his escort Suzie Viera, Howard Thompson, and LeAnn Durham look on. The flgureless flay boy iLtoRt Mark Davis, Perry Girard, Scott Davis, Stan Kain, and John DiFrancesol flip their flags for their J.V. heroines. 4' in i 4 A x""-4 On Thursday, November 17th a struggle of strategy and sheer strength was staged at Eells Field, the Annual Powderpuff Football Game. The two opposing teams consisted of the Class of '78 vs. the Classes of '79 and '80. The event was sponsored by the Student Board and was impeccably broadcasted by John Thibeau, Doug Ogg, and from the Class of '76, Scott "the Watt" Whatley. Both teams showed awesome strength in their defenses as the game progressed and as the final gun sounded both teams were scoreless. The final score being Varsity 0 and Junior Varsity 0. l 25 4 Top QL to RJ: Student Body President Howard Thompson, Secretary of information Richard Hammett, Advisor Mr. Wayne Korsinen, and S.B. Secretary Dana Doweil. Middle KL to RJ: Secretary of Activities Dale Zimmerman, S.B. Treasurer Rene Burnett, and Speaker of the House Craig Blomberg. Bottom Left fL to Rt: School Board Representative Glenn Phipps, Sophomore Class Vice-President Derek Davis, and Secretary of State Mike Frediani. Bottom Center QL to Ri: Junior Class Vice-President Renee Campbell and Sophomore Class President Marty Richardson. Student Affairs Top lL to Rl: Senior Class President Cindy Miranda, Sophomore Class Treasurer Fluth Riley, Senior Class Secretary Brenda Buford, and Senior Class Treasurer Carol Whitaker. Middle lL to Rl: Junior Class President Peggy Burk, City Council Representative Laura Rodriquez, Sophomore Class Secretary Carol Hammett. Bottom Right lL to Ri: Pep Crew Representative Shelley Downing, Secretary of Assemblies Carol Kubacki, and Student Body Vice- President Mr. Doug Ogg. fRightl The eager "Guinea Pigs" anticipate the coming fun. iBeIowl A blood drive technician questions volunteers. tBottoml Kim Willis' blood is tested for iron content. A Blood- Curdling Experience The Student Government joined together in April to create a Blood Bank which would serve the community of Antioch. Board members were in charge of the Blood Drive, asking for donations from students and faculty. Carol Whitaker, chairperson of the committee, procured the Alameda-Contra Costa Bloodmobile and over twenty technicians to handle the acutal blood-letting. From 8:30 until 2:30 on April 14, room 110, each volunteer gave a pint of blood. Many more wished to give blood but were unable due to the stringent qualifications imposed upon prospective blood donors. The actual cash value of blood is set at S50 a pint, but it is difficult to set a price on the lives it may save. 28 lTopl Mlke Fredlanl goes under the knife. lAbovej Becky Foster shows that glvlng blood Is not always an enjoyable experience. lLeftJ After glving blood, Ted Mays recuperates and contem- 4... ..- -5 4.- if ,k if lil' M8168 8 C00kl6. The Daklie Ball "Hot Diggidy Dog" For the kids who felt like dressing up in odd clothes and getting a little bit country, this was the night for them. On the 17th of March the Performing Arts Departments sponsored this night for hoop hollering ridiculous entertainment. From 8 to 12 the students who showed up, danced and entertained theirselves in a tacky backwards style. The music was the latest sounds presented by Antioch's two famous discjockeys "Disco" Doug Ogg and Scotteroo Whatley. The students all had fun and didn't realize how ridiculous it would seem to someone with some common sense. Top Left: Chris Cowgill and Mark Miller Slowly dance the night away. Bottom Left: Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. John Valis. Another successful match by Marryin' Sam, Kevin Taylor. Middle Left: Julie lmber gets her man, Bob Grimes. Middle Bottom: Sandra Tucker relaxes with a slow dance. Top Right: Disco Doug and Scotteroo Whatley keep the Rock and Roll rollin'. Bottom Right: Kevin Shellooe is ready at all time for Marryin' Sam's mistakes. T, - Il,+, ,4- df? 3 R. h if Jgw., .?"a-N", .ff ,Y '55 6, Tr"'V 1-2. --aug,- Qui? W an V5 .3?', -' Q bi ..u, 13.51-' b I 32 , -I-, S r' Art Fair Top Left: Lisa Lombardi and her work of art. Bottom Left: Mr. Torp inspecting the crafts. Bottom Middle: Lisa touring the falr. Top Flight: Students admiring the wood work. Middle Left: Stitchery on display. Bottom Left: OOH! Look at this one. Art Awards Debbie Streeter-First Place Painting Bob Grimes-Second Place Painting Dan Gaultney-Third Place Painting Chris Cowgill-First Place Drawing Michelle Groves-Second Place Drawing Barbara Heyn-Third Place Drawing Kathy Martin-First Place Jewelry!Crafts Sara Pohl-Second Place Jewelry!Crafts Jim Parmby-Third Place Jewelry!Crafts Lonette Nix-First Place SculpturelCeramics Jose Torrez-Second Place ScuIpture!Ceramics Dave Pereira-Third Place Scupture!Ceramics Lisa Lombardi-Best Of Show "H" -+- --W'-lf Seniors V53 if -all ! 3 Ei X' gil -np. y PMN Lswi A - x 5 ?1.f?, N ' if ww i , ga 'krff ' , , , ,N if A J , . :ff . jj A. V, W :.w' ' ' ' 3 ,1 A , , Sz 'Y il. - - 1254? Anita Acosta Denise Adair lConnelIyi Debra Adair Q J Eric Akeson Chris Albert Joe Alcocer Scott Allen . Dot Amaral Monica Ambriz Zena Anagnostou Antonet Anderson .- X , V I-A Jack Anderson Michele Anderson Paula Anderson Peggy Anderson Q A Y.: sn ,..f ' ii I1 .4 qrijfgl' f, .. ..,.. Y., . -- "HUF ni, J, 1,7 f 1 . . Rick Anderson Jodee Anello Appearances can be decepiive- i fy- Ferris Anthony Joseph Antonacci Dave Arends Mary Artero KZ? ...s K I sx Xe .X 2 x.. Rick Arias Greg Ashby Christina Avalos Glenn Babros i f-1 S ,' a r i o A ., ,,,, Y, , ..,..,? , Theresa Bach Carla Baldwin Randi Balchitis Susan Barry i 37 F ii U, My ' l -'ff - . 1, I, un ' Saying Cheese Denise Bastran Kevin Bean F, 'Fil -ul gr, ll! C A N fr , -,u,,- an Carl Beckwith Charles Bedford Jan Bell Christina Beltram vi? Ki Scott Bergerhouse Mark Bernal Micheal Bernal Melissa Berumen Laurie Billeau Dwayne Biermen Cindy Biokert Robert Black Graig Blankenship Donna Blau Craig Blomberg Edwin Bloodworth Marjorie Bluebaugh Debbie Boccio Penny Bonari Terri Bond GL ,.4.., i ,. Barry Bookman Dianne Boone Robert Booth Diana Borunda 72 Cozette Bouslog Teri Boyd Lynda Bradburn Norman Bradshaw Bill Brakstad Beverly Breding Andrea Broussard Kara Brown Raymond Bruno Karen Bryce Tim Buck gf'- fa Antonio Buford Brenda Buford Anna Bulfinch Sharon Burkett 21h Rene Burnett Sherri Burnett Michelle Buys Lisa Cain 12-ui 121:79 Paul Cain Jgycg Caldefgne Rick wonders: Is iha! a bee? Randy Calisesi Robert Call David Camera John Cano Anthony Cano Michael Carden Josie Cardinale Melanie Cardwell ,fig Judith Carkeek Felix Castanho Mona Castleman Eric Castro Bryan Caves , lax, F' -E Annette Chavez Salvador Cisneros Ruth Coachman LU?- l Tim Cecchini Laura Cerna Lillian Chan Daivd Checchi Brian Christensen Frank Christie Laura Clark Cindy Clatterbuck Wally Clymens Tim Collins DeAnne Cook Kellye Cook , . 1 Q u.. 1 3 S i. n - fag 'WS 1 . ff' ,.....-1-""""" t- f--.,,.,,r N ,, -4 'f""' 5,1 S.. I I .-,,,kR ...aa .3 -wn.. O .f. ,..J if IZA You can't tell me this is real food. Deanna Daly pamela Daniels a ,P , ,V R Q' Gregory Darling Rosario Davalos Scott Davidson Mary DeCambra Alan DeCock James DeHart Randy Delarose James DeMoss Louis DiFrancesco Dan Dillard Lori DeMercurio Denise Dirckx John Dominquez Joseph Dominquez William Douville Dana Dowell if Dennis Dodd Alexander Dominquez Gerald Dorr John Dossey l l l Nxv. David Dowell Shelley Downing James Drollinger Leanne Durham Connie Eaton Tamyra Edwards J X - X i ll Linda Fithian 1 Renee Flora Christina Fong Lawrence Fossett ,- Rebecca Foster Barbara Fournier Mark Fox Elizabeth Franklin E. If V i l 1:-:' Michael Frediani Renee Fuentes lx?-Fw We ' Q., 'V f it ,ff , " 'wi-5' Scotty Funke Antonia Gariea McGee , Tami reflects. 47 ......,,, , Laura Galbraith The answers will cost five dollars. Joseph Gaim Randy Gann Debra Garcia Debra Gates Laurie Georgen Sharon Gerard Trinnie Giambalvo David Galeans Koleen Galloway lAlIisonl Mike Gates Sheri Gibson Jane Gilbert Jennie Gilbert Thalia Gilley Tami Giovanni Lori Glassco Virginia Goldsby Robin Goldman Debbie Gomez Francis Gonzales Joseph Gonzales Robert Gonzales Kim Goodman Stephanie Goodson Sharon Grabus Karen Graham Denise Greenfield , " QQQU! 6. -um- "Let us entertain you" Debra Greer li-N W? Bob Grimes Theodore Gross Richard Grossen i l . Colleen Gurule Jesse Haffner Amy Hall Xt! ' Sandra Hall Tammara Hall David l-lamasaki Kathy Gressett B i I wx Steve Groves Barbara Hall Vanessa Hamilton 3 I Richard Hammett Janet Hardy Brain Harris Richard Hartman Kimberlee Hecock Denise Heinitz Linda Hendrickson Kelly Hendrix My Rich Henkel Richard Hern Stacie Herrera Barbara Heyn N, i.?: if ' -, X ,' 1 ' ,ff -ia , Sandra Hicks Missy Hilburn Mary Himelick Lisa Hughes Kim in deep Concentration- Denise Husong Doris Hutchison Julie lmber Hodge Isenbarge Rocky Ivie Leslie Jackson Kimberly Jenkins Teri Jennings Jeffery Jensen Candy Johnson Joetta Johnson Cynthia Huyser Margaret lvanff Bruce Jensen DQ! Kimberly Johnson AL in x , ' l i , Lynne Johnson Suzanna Johnson Vicky Johnson il J Don Jones Greg Jones Ronald Jones Ronald Jones r I X P Fin l E Steve Kamrud Linda Kelley Bill Kendrick Denise Kennedy Karen Kennedy Nancy Kerp Mary Kight Ray Kinder K sw , 15,2 "We're on next" Cyndee Koskey Carrie Kraft LaRhonda Lang Ryan Laveing Patricia Kirby Daniel Knight Kim Knight Robert Kolb Rebecca Kraucyk Carol Kubacki an Sheryl Lawhorn Billie Lawson Debarah Lawson mx 'iff' Doris Lee Bryan Lewis Robin Lewis l 4- Sue Lindau Salvatore Listek 13 Jeffrey Loeser Pamela Lindsey Steve Linn Edward Lippert Adam Littlefield Junior Lloyd Shelly Lodge V. ' fu- L-.J..b. - -,. .-.L Vito Lograsso Lisa Lombardi Foresta Long .,,,, Y l--Y KT' fy! V .ff-" "! ali... - T. it i' 1: ' - v Mark Long Kurt Loomis Maureen Lopes fn 'f Michelle Lopez Kathleen Lynn Karen Macaluso Lina Macedo Jerry Madison Nelson Magsayo Elaine Lopez Greg MacCalister Luciano Malfitano Toby Malone Paul Mandt Patrick Manning Alfohso Marin Robert Marin Greg Marken Antioch Panther Fans ! QF?-1 - , ' IA ' ' X K , J, r ,N V1 , . .1 'H A, .Fo . Craig Marquardt Lori Martin Stacey Mattson Carol May I, '93 W . --f Kathryn Mayer Sally Mayjoffo Robert Mays Ted Mays 'E- Cheryl Medeiros Dorene Mehlhaff Suzanna Mena Patricia Mercado 1:1 ,, 1 I 1 c,l+EH PL 'I CJETR ID Q PARTNER Q 'rig vm it r James Metz I wonder, should I lower my prices? Clyde Miles Chris Miller Dawn Miller Cynthia Miranda Clarissa Montgomery H" i ' - A5-J X. Laura 'Montgomery Cay Moody' C Debra Moore Tom Moore .4 1, 1 v -- Marcia Morales Dale Morris Tom Mountain X., Vickie Murphy Miguel Morales Nestor Moreno Debbie Morris Christie Moser Janan Munns Sal Munoz Q45 Cindy Murray Ed Myers Kathryn Morgan Daniel Moss Patricia Murguia Robert Myers Ronald McCall Santa's helper reads off his list. David McCoy A Sr' f-' Q. V Jelf McEuen Doris McGarr Albert McGee Q' Jill McGiIliuray Mark Mclntyre Margaret McKenery Jeff McCown Coleen McElroy ,Ian , .ufkx TR.. x, Lori McGee Mike McKeon . .gg .J Nick Napier Archie Nash Lisa Nebergall Ib "bil Debbie Newby Mark Nichol Billy Nicholas 0. Lonette Nix Lawrence Noack Russell Noack Jeanette Noia .1 , fi' PV' F A - -'ii' . 1, .xx an f 3 5' Laura Nokes Peggy Nordine Teresa Nunez Russell Nuovo Ann Oberg Patrica Obiague Michael O'Brien Rickie O'NeaI Lori Ong Jeffery Orsal Q' ge -i W- I 'Q I ' 1 , ! c Marguerita Ortiz Victoria Owings Julia Page 1 1 i Q i ,,- , Rocco Papalia Hal Paris Sheila Parker James Parmley Ernest Pasley Lori Pasley Valeri Paul David Perenira Danette Perry Larsh Kimbra Peterson Delisa Phipps Glenn Phipps H. . Barbra Paterson Flobin Patton Gabriel Perez Mary Perez 9-- D :ak Shari Peterson Rhonda Phillips ir' W? !,8? - 63 A 'Qu Gary Pico Anthony Pinedo Rhonda Pinion Y -' lf l .hh i . P l Russell Pitts Denise Polta Nathan Porto gm ' 4 .f-' X W, Barbara Prewitt Denise Quesada Stephanie Quesada f el Berry Rambeau Christine Ramirez Sherry Rebstock Raymond Redfield X'W V 'UIQWDIN ,M , 31133. 4i'.'f.n Sandra Reeves Scott Reeves Frank Ribeiro Cynthia Reinhart Reflections from my mind. Arlene Reis Joe Reis Edward Reyes Dorian Riccabona Susan Richardson Tim Rickford Gary Ridolfi Yvonne Ridolfi QNX! i Frank Fiiebshlager Frank Riley Daniel Rios Laura Rizzuto Mary Roa Mark Robinson Thomas Roche Brian Rodgers M Laura Rodriquez Richard Rodriquez A? X 1 i . . i ThH1'S CIOSG enough- Susan Rodriquez Teresa Rodriquez .nt Nancy Rogers William Rogers Rick Romiti Jennifer Rooney 'Vt Rosette Rosa Sally Rose William Rouse Chris Rubio l l l f 'il- S, XJ S S ' Jeff Rudkin Teresa Ruiz Rosalinda Saenz Sandra Salvador Gina Sanchez Yolanda Sanchez Donald Sanders Marc Sanders Virginia Sanders Frank Saraiva Laura Schillace James Schmuck 4 W -JI Michael Schuler Yvette Schwartzberg Michael Schwitters Melodie Serra John Sexton Kevin Shellooe Mark Short Lisa Silva 45" l V.. Q ,A . Richard Silvera Sandi Silverman Andrew Silvia Kendahl Simpson Donald Skaggs Charles Slatten Jeffrey Sloan Kevin Sloan Bradley Smith Carrie Smith vf 4 ITT' Daniel Smith Dianna Smith Jeffrey Smith Now where did he 90? Lee Ann Smith Paul Smith Stanford Smith Lance Snider ful I W nfl! Kelly Stillings Debra Streeter Kimberly Stritt Steven Stuart , 1 65, S. S 5+ S 'L Mark Sullivan Lee Summers Randy Swaney Gustav Swanson . . . and lhefl fl'lBI'8 WBFB UIYBB I . H. 2 ,Q 'J 'X X1. Sandra Surrett Robert Swanson John Tamayo Tracy Tanzo Fi X, l T as J' l Daralyn Tatro Treasure Tavares Nancy Taylor Richard Taylor Brian Teague Jerry Thomas Howard Thompson Vincent Thomson Debra Tillery iff ' Those girls are something else. Jghn Tgmlin M 1C'w ,YS- iff opolovec "Wi A" , 'H 0, C. f 1 S-.. , ,. I 1 J A 7 X V . 9 ...fn - ' N 11 - 4- 7 -34' jp -. 'L 'Sm N., U 0 ive ' 'if , xl., K ,pd ,f V:-. 4- l N' . 1 5 - , ,J-T. fad' ' if' "Wi ii QAIAV' A, 'IVY . f J' X Shari White Linda Whitlatch Wvuld yOU l00k at fha!! Theresa Wilford Donald Williams Sherry Williams Kim Willis N- Mark Wilson Virginia Wilson Steven Wong Timothy Woodbeck l l N- lf. ,Q il -V Marshal Wright Scott Wright Jeffery Wynn Ken Young fx' 'qw-5 Mary Young Victor Young pn,-u i-.-.. Donna Finnigan Brenda Newman Also M em bers Reid Adami Larry Bell Michael Bier Alfonso Castillo Virginia Coon Jack Davis Roger Davis MaryAnn Delgado Steven Dickinson James Drollinger Belinda Eaton Brent Engle Mark Garcia Sharon Girard Donald Golinveaux Carol Gomez James Gray Christopher Hagen Oralia Hernandez Daniel King Kyoung Lee Mark Lowery Stephanie Zaragoza Dale Zimmerman Check It out. Of The Class Of 1978 Peter Mack Timothy Manly Michael Marchio Elsa Mendoza Anita Miller Rebecca Moglie Guadalupe Montes Eddie Myers Jeffery McCrary David Nation Bill Nye Donnie Owens Richard Paviett Earle Peterson Lana Poe Kathleen Powers Archie Rachel John Raquel Michael Spinelli David Tucker Rhonda Williams Steven Wright x VS 'l Pm 1 mmm -awwzsg, nm31F 'M' 3 u gm Q,?"s!':s1 Gm. 31.1193 J -Wg "5f.zc3"Y X Q M X4 qf JN 212,485 T, ' Q QP t"""f! ' ., gg S N13 5795 Q, Wasffwfl 5 32: J ' S25 JB 1 U56 -I 'Y HN in . I ' . ,iilgif-v2X' Egg-R Eine do 5 "l3fP'3.1'f'-jg 'B '.r-5 5 63,4 1 S it q""'9 Q3 if .. r 1 - , ga' . Y 'GQ WB ix' .ogy ozf X fa? , sf' ' N 1 K- , '11 -T 1-205-,W f 'Per W' X' .iv 8' fp Q L WYIHES! 4 Q M Q A as P , " ' ' 'AG R '"ff"Q -ff' ' E.-gfigl-gg f M 'flO,7,11'U ' I ako' gt 'QL' '75 7'5wWC?' 2' .s5'11r'1i Ev QW-'V W 4? WIQIHQ sxti' Eqffffde of-ff? Wklnr-kms -45 Seniors N I-.v RQ: X -'NP 78 I f,-+s- Senior Class History In September, 1975 an new, ambitious class found its 'way to Antioch High School. Officers were chosen in the beginning of October as follows: President, Richard Hammett: Vice President Missy Hilburn: Secretary, Linda Hendrickson, and Treasurer, Sally Rose. The first order of business was the float for homecoming "'Freebird" was the theme. Our first attempt at float building turned out quite well. On April 3, 1976 the Sophomore Hop, "Show me the Way" was held in the cafeteria from 8:00 to 12:00. Everyone danced to the music of "Westwind". May soon rolled around and it was soon time for the election of junior officers. Elected were: Linda Hendrickson, President: Richard Hammett, Vice Presidentg Cindy Miranda, Secretary: and Kevin Shellooe, Treasurer. Junior The class of 1978 started its year with a successful car wash in the fall. Then it was on to float building for the annual Homecoming Week. The float theme was "Take it to the Limit". At Christmas the hustling juniors sold mistletoe to amorous students. By using their lungs to capacity the juniors won the spirit 'stick for being the most spirited class. In February the junior prom was the highlight social event for the class of 78! The "Westwind" played music for the prom which presented its theme, "Dream On", to all those attending. Valentine post office, the selling of cokes, buttons and T-shirts kept many juniors busy that year. Spring of our 'unior year, three officers were elected to represent our enior Class. They were President, Ron Jones: Vice resident, Cindy Miranda: Secretary, Brenda Buford: end appointed as Treasurer was Carol Whitaker. he year started off right with the help of everyone involved with the winning of the Homecoming float "Come Sail Away in 78". And that was only the beginning! A golf tournament got under way with the help of the 19th hole, and ambitious seniors and raised more money than we could handle going toward Disneyland. On Friday, May 5, 1978 the Sheraton Palace was the setting for the big occasion-The Senior Ball. From 9:00 to 1:00 everyone was "boogie'n" to the tunees of "Savory" and "Eclipse" the theme was "Night Fever". Everyone had a fantastic evening, even though this was the beginning of the end of the year activities for the soon-to-be graduates. Grad Night at Disneyland was a complete success. On Friday June 2 some ten buses departed from Antioch High School at 2:00 returned home on Saturday afternoon. June 4, was Baccalaureate Services, with a calm, sincere atmosphere Seniors listened to the sermons of local Reverends and fellow classmates. The last week of school was one of mixed emotions, but, Plaque laying 78' was nothing but a partying success. On Friday, June 9, 1978 the Senior Class lead by junior girls as color guards dressed in pastels took their places for the Graduation Ceremony. The seniors listened to Mr. Richardson give his farewell speech, wondering what the future would hold for us after receiving our diplomas. After Graduation ceremonies, Seniors went to the All-Night Party that was planned by the parents. "Star Wars" was the theme which reflected in the atmosphere of the starry-eyed graduates. The Class of "78" would like to thank all of our sponsors for their guidance. But, a special thanks goes to Mike Cappitti, for without his time and effort, the Class of "78" would not have been a success. Brenda Buford Sr. Class Secretary Plaque Laying Top Left: 1978 plaque Top Middle: Cindy Miranda and Doug Ogg display the plaque. Top Right: Brian Villanueva puts his student body card in the hole. Bottom Flight: Seniors gathering around the plaque. Bottom Left: Leanne Durham asks, "Doug, are really going to put in all the soccer clippings?" Z., iq? 5 area?-fax' ' s rt ,L '!'... - .F - n .. ,x- 'V '1 f' 1' . .' ' 4 U - 'I l . l " ' l it 'in hi L l. , Van .Q-fi' X . 1 'l A 14 l if vlaelq, 3 D EP . l, sm., f- ' . N., ,..H.3 V 'y wlgggig' 2-3 Senior Ball 1978 Theme: Night Fever Song: Night Fever Color: Pastels Bands: Eclipse and Savory Place: Sheraton Palace, San Francisco Date: May 5, 1978 Top Left: Dorian Riccabona and date are ready for the night to begin. Bottom Left: Mark Long and Stacie Herrera arrive in luxury. Top Right: Sally Rose and date arrive with class. Bottom Right: Ron Jones, Sue Richardson, Denee Torrano, and Joe Alcocer smile while arriving at the Palace. ,4 J... 5, Far Left: Lonette Nix and date stroll through the lobby. Top Left: Craig Marquart and Jill Keller conserve by using one chair. Bottom Left: Mary Young and John Martinez. Top Left: David Dowell, Lois Cottrell, Donna Welty, and Mark Sorenson enjoying the evening. Bottom Middle: Michelle Greeff and Carl Beckwith relax between dances. Bottom Right: Jim Gschwend and Kathryn Mayer anticipate the evening. l B4 x. 54 S AL L' :qs " 'J 4 ' 2 1 + J , fn X - R n n 'L 4 ,S 1 'L Top Left: Bill Kendrick, John Vallis and their dates stand behind Master Tim Manly. Top Right: The band, Savory. Bottom Far Right: Ann Oberg shaking it. Bottom Right: An exciting night for Adam Littlefield and Teresa Rumrill. Bottom Left: "See I told you would have a good time", explains principal Don Richardson to the attending seniors. Cindy Koskey, Sharon Grabus, and Joe Alcocer. A..-augnrwf W .,j ' 5' YY, J ,J I F 1 as Q, 4-iii? ' isijv- '- .r3' I I 1 Graduation Class Of 1978 "W I' f E.5'L l' ' jg -53 x , Y 5 Top Right: Mr. San Martin keeping the troops in line. Top Middle: Antonia McGee and Yvette Schuartzberg Friday, June 9, 1978 1978 at graduation. Top Right: The I Jr Guards. Bottom Right: The 890 p'M' I of78. Bottom Left: Tneywe first in Eells Field Stadium Antioch, California Q , Ee? K il f ' ,X x A k Wi, if '- xl 5 I I f "The Star Spangled Banner Invocation ........................... "Onward and Upward" ...... "The Perfectin of a Dream" "The End of the Beginning" "Lord's Prayer" .................. "We've Only Just Begun" .. "Desiderata" ....................... Antioch High Band LaRhonda Lang Rocco Papalia Howard Thompson Cindi Miranda . A Cappella Choir Senior Class Song . A Cappella Choir .w if "He 'Aint Heavy, He's My Brother" .............................. Shelly Downing and Chris Rubio, Seniors Presentation Class of 1978 ....... Mr. Don Richardson Acceptance of Class ........................... Mr. Frank Burk Presentation of Diplomas ....... Mr. James Libbey and Mr. John Tilden Benediction ........................................ Denise Quesada Class Of 1978 Motto "We are the Champions Honor Guard Martha Bamford, Lora Banks, LuAnn Buenting, Elizabeth Bulfinch, Shirley Cesa, Tessa Chambers, Tracie Cline, Cristin Connolly, Teri Dimock, Jane Drury, Nancy Dickinson, Christine Feller, Cecilia Gilbert, Michele Greet, Ann Georgen, Janice Little, Lorie McCreary, Susan Merman, Elaine Milligan, Susan Magner, Diane Prewitt, Julie Pattison, Sharon Rogers, April Rivera, Jacqueline Rodella, Lori Thames, Windy Thompson, and Lan Thi Vu. Ushers Adam Austin, Russell Ando, Keith Beckwith, Chris Bradshaw, Chris Butler, Timothy Crumpler, Daniel Christianson, Steven Emery, David Fuhrmann, Randolph Fischer, Brook Hinton, Vincent Lucido, Jeffrey Montanez, Craig Miller, Bret Nissen, Lorne Nordmeyer, Timothy O'Keefe, Eric Odegard, Gary Oliver, Ramon Perez, Mike Pato, Mark Ryan, Christopher Ryan, Michael Shaw, Brian Swanson, Vernon "Butch" Simister, Steven Shelton, John Thibeau, Gregson Taylor, and John Uselton. is '35 YA'- 985 - . q 1 X J F ' , , 15-if-nrw1 .l in , 4-g ff I 4 I I M, I W' 'I igbginsl 1--e3:M1B'-72, l I "Au"-1-A-115, A ,'r:,wf:.j,,13,-'xgtyftv--Q"' ""' . ,A . I A Q I V It ' 'wwf' Q P f at Jr 1 A 4' I-JNL' 'mtv' 'f I." ,'I ' -.- I- .X . I . -N . 5 5. r- IX.-.Yuma w Jgn., -' "H U - I , ' ,V Q Amr ...I m 1' 4 ,JL 1 ' ' - . 4 ' 1 .' -' ,, f,f,.u 0-5 x' l . TQ?-:gg , Z , 1 S " A . ,' X 1 . ' F '.sf:34 AINE6: - , 1 - . , 'PD Y IW 4 fq 5 1 - rf raw ',J3f 'ri J, H " 'L VK A 'H' 'if 4 . - , x 31 t H Q s L W x f 5 -di . V" 1 fy, 4 iw ,L A , 1-1 On Saturday, March 18, the Class of 78 held a Golf Tournment to raise funds for the seniors' annual Disneyland Trip. The event was sponsored by The 19th Hole Cocktail Lounge and catered by The New Meca Cafe. Business establishments throughout the area donated numerous prizes. Over 160 golfers met at the Bethel Island Golf Course, tee off at sunrise. Prizes were awarded on the basis of the golfer's scores. Many seniors contributed much time and effort to the affair, which yielded the class over 33000.00 The class was extremely grateful to Mr. Frank Giovanni who was responsible for the success of the event. Above: Tami Giovanni and friend rent out golf carts. Wow! Above Right: Golf! Golf! Golf! Flight: Cyndee Koskey and Herr Werner Ganz. -uf' ',Q .K -4' '44 W Q Ava ' - 1 +-Q.. 4.-. , df.- V , .,.. 5,7 ' - -H, ,,-in Mf- rw .1354 fha.. NK: f . ., , Y W Qfgw. Eff," : ' M ' Q 1 , , M - FL, 'Q 1' V v n , 4 N., ,,,L:,,. Y h , .munannuff-f' AA Vf xl -. -- ' A -, '1 v I 'Hx hi.,1',1:.:o-..f"'rf1'r gg Q ,,.1 qi, z z Q Pg rj-V l f f f fgg' X, ' 'E , A If rn ll l. f , X . an -Q .2 Above Left: "When do we get on the bus?" Below Left: "l can't wait to see Mickey!" Above Right: Paul Vernon and Ken Young stock up for the long trip. Below Right: "First we'll go to Space Mountain, then to . . . " Below Far Right: "Jeff Loeser, Randy Calisesi and Tami Giovanni put up their logo. Three hundred and forty three students and 26 chaperones enjoyed the Disneyland experience on the annual Disneyland Grad Night. Around noon the buses started arriving and everybody loaded up. Despite the customary long, hot trip everybody enjoyed the all-night visit to the land of enchantment. Baccalaureate Service iff' L , 4,-A I t Q. l .5 't . at , In If . Invocation ................................ Robin Goldman Scripture ................ Father Francisco V Vicente O P "The Lord's Pray" ................... A Cappella Choir Youth Presentation ..... Renee Flora Youth Presentation ..... Aldon Preston Youth Presentation .................. Shelly Downing "Pass it On" .......... Rene Burnett and Peggy Nordine "Godspell" .. ............ Vocal Music Department Sermon .................. ...... T he Rev Pike C Robinson Closing Prayer ......... ............ C arol Kubacki "Old Irish Blessing" Top Left: Robin Goldman, Renee Flora, Shelly Downing, Carol Kubacki, and Aldon Preston are Youth Presentation speakers. Top Middle: Antioch High Orchestra. Top Right: Rene Burnett and Peggy Nordine sing "Pass it On." Bottom Right: Seniors in silence. Bottom Middle: They're all ready. Bottom Left: With a little help from my friend. ,K ,1 'll' l, fl SQ' lv. rq- -' lp -if guess- ig 1 1 if :quita-sql' f xX il-qbgpgydk-1. . mis 'L ' L- ' A f- we --'T'-4' -.-:'.- -14:43-.f':P4.N-.Q-: .:..i:m,.4:-WF 'f,-3L'LJKx.9951'1'1:1 mm , .w.v,4,y,,4, fy, 15- cu-,.,,m.4D,,w1.!'1 'Kip r:.f'V.,l 5' , . l3,'Y'v.,f,z,.w4 -, . ,uvfwz Mc , f -- ' ' -- -' ' - -' ,:-..f .,. 1: u'1', ' ' '?'3fi'f2'??w-Ivsfaf .124-.rfff-wg,elf'.-afkgllaf ' - 5- -4 -' r v. -, .".m,.f--Z' "'an""'!: 'Wu V '5!Q4f53!d1'--Ei.z5gg,1,5-. Y ll-T 1 1 1 '5' " J f " ,' 1 . 4 Lug. VS 'fa H' ' -Lg ' .1 'I' 7 , J R: . 1 , 1 Q- wh x K ill!! on .AA . ,,V N QM? I, .-, V .".'-' M? '4 , - .Ast fab. 1 3' 'ir .. ,.--Q V1 L., ,,. ,. , s X f'f1,,9, SS. . .5 'b?'. , , 3113 11' , is-A-sw., F-iss' .5131 ,SV .- -g-, mga , .QFEYJQ .. 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Diablo 6 Antioch 6 Clayton Valley 5 Antioch 14 Ygnacio Valley 9 Antioch 12 Concord 3 Antioch 29 Acalanes 0 Antioch 6 College Park 0 Antioch 22 Kennedy 0 Antioch 26 Mission 35 Members of the 1977 Varsity Football Team: 11- Greg Taylor SE, 12- Scott Bergerhouse QB, 13- Frank Billeci SE, Dominic Vanni LB, 15- Gary Noack QB, 20- Ronald Heath TB, 21- Louis Rocha HB, 22- Mike Shaw SB, 23- Tony Lang TB, 24- Jon Dominquez SB, 25- Joe Gleason TB, 26- Tim Roa HB, 30- Bill Douville FB, 31- Frank Esposito HB, 32- Mike Schwitters HB, 33- Mark Willard DE, 34- Martin Riccabona MG, 40- Gordy Darling HB, 41- Joe Aillo FB, 42- Randy Smith GB, 42- Kevin Bean HB, 45- Dan Carden HB, 50- Mike Morales C, 51- Pat Welch C, 52- Richard Beltram G, 53- Mark Long G, 54- Marc Crockette C, 60- Darryl Corzine G, 61- Eric Odegard G, 62- Jim Ryan MG, 63- Mike Pato G, 65- Jerry Jones LB, 66- Doug Jones LB, 67- Rick Romiti LB, 68- Christopher Ryan LB, 69- Mark Robinson G, 70- Rick Spohn T, 71- Ferris Anthony DT, 71- Tim Manly DE, 73- George Delmonte T, 74- Rich Lisa T, 75- Brian Harris DT, 76 Reuben Lana T, 77- Steven Shelton T, 78- Howie Thompson T, 79- Rich Taylor T, 80- Rich Trabold DT, 81- Kenneth Vosmers DT, 82- Bert Reese DE, 83- Gary Pico DE, 84- Darrell Maccarter TE, 85- Frank Riebschalger DE, 86- Greg Rightmire DE, 87- Kenneth Harvey TE, 88- Tom Moore TE, 89- Mike Olenchalk SE. Members of the 1977 J.V. Football Team: 12- Derek Davis QB, 13- Jeff Hudson HB, Jeff Siino QB, 23- Jeff Demercurio HB, 24- Bill Blalock HB, 25- Frank Zamora DHB, 26- Jim Maghuyop HB, 30- Dan Miller DHB, Mike Antonacci FB, 32- Tom Artz HB, 36- Steve Nadig FB, 40- Todd Stowers HB, 43- Ted Millar DHB, 45- Allen Sowell HB, 46- Warren Barney DHB, 50- Ed Wilkerson LB, 51- John Christie C, 52- David Costello C, 53- Joe Sbranti G, 54- Shawn Phipps C, 60- Ed Romero T, 61- Robert Cannon LB, 62- Terry Bender T, 20- Anthony Navarro HB, 63- Marc Douville G, 65- Jeff Lodge G, 68- David Butler G, 69- Ed Byrns DE, 70- Jeff Moore T, 71- Robert Reed T, 72- Stan Kain T, 73- Nick Pulos T, 74- Kevin Benzler T, 75- Jess Valdez T, 76- Kyle Dozier T, 77- Barry Oberg T, 78- Clark Davidson T, 79- Greg Rocha MG, 81- Jim Sorvari LB, 83- Mike Bell SE, 84- Ron Hawkins DE, 87- Robert Dominquez SE, 88- Amos Smith TE, 22- David Schramm DE, 35- Randy Crandell HB N l-A DVAL Champs - l ....-..,. ..............-....t .- i ' ' ' T1 E . H. p' rr urges lilllljt I I 'l . 4 I . ,. .. -H if- A -P rf----1+ 'I 1 Q, - .6--new i- .t, A ' '-lvl 'VV 3 ,I .QQ " 1977" was a great season for the mighty Panthers. The team stuck together and got the job done. They ended a super season undefeated with the D.V.A.L. Championship Title. For the first time the team made the North Coast Regional Playoffsg they came home with the second place North Coast title. lt was an excellent and exciting season for the A.H.S. Panther team, Coaches, Fans, and Pep Crew. So when the season ended A.H.S. proved to be the best once again. Top left: Quarterback Scott Bergerhouse consults coach Comstock about which strategy to use next. Top Right: "The "1977 mighty Varsity Panther Football Team". Center: "The 1977 Junior Varsity Football Team." Far Right: No one can catch Bill Douville when he is on the run. Center Right: Tony tears up the turf. Left: Pat Welch cheers his team on. 101 01-Il-I 1. 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Y -414.-'f+,LfT'i"iiT7'e:g,., , . t v, ui- : - fiiiif . .l f 4,4-. k L.. uvi' . 1 'Vg un- er--L-.. - 1.11 ' if Arie! 6.4. .- l Varsity: Front Row QL to FU Yvette Schwartzberg, Robin Marshall, Shelly Lodge, Sally Mayjoffo, Marianne Agua, Renee VonDrachek, Renee Campbell. Back Row Michelle Buys, Kathy Samuel- son, Trinnie Giambalvo, Peggy Nordine, Steph Elloss, Jill Colburn, Judy Ander- son, Coach Pritzker. Junior Varsity: Front Row QL to Rl Kari Avalos, Evelyn Gyi, Wendy Mercer, Margo Grabus, Michele Greeff, Gabrielle Judge, Cecilia Misquez, Jody Colen, Doris Lee. Back Row Assistant Coach, Wright, Denise Grijalva, Diane Bedford, Diana Vega, Sharon Rogers, Karen Christiansen, Lupe Montes, Cecilia DeLaCerda, Rhonda Erb, Assistant Coach Pardi, Coach Pritzker. Far Left: Shelly Lodge returns a volley. Middle Left: Trinnie Giambalvo fires a shot back to her opponent. Near Left: Sally Mayjotfo reaches for a high volley. Left: Peggy Nordine handles a tricky shot. gf' 4 -Q The Water Polo team had a much better year than their scores reflected. They finished seventh in the league tournament and sixth in the D.V.A.L. League. Bill Kendrick and Carl Beckwith were picked for all league. Other outstanding players were Dave Fuhrmann, Kieth Beckwith, and Ken Bilbo. Glen Davis also had a fine year as a goalie with a forty-two percent blocking average. "This was the most talented and well rounded year we have had!" Said Coach Greg DeCristofaro. 3 i"5,,.-if' ' ' ' 7- -.,,. . '4- NQX J - 5 Splish-Splash Water Polo 1 top Left: The members of the Junior Varsity Water Polo team are: QL to Rl Mike Moore, Dan Koert, Vince Moore, Scott Rings, Rich Meyer, Mark Ryan, Geoff Mecham, Randy Stephens. Top Right Center: Art Nash fires in another goal. Top Far Right: Hal Paris shows deep concentration. Bottom Far Right: The members of the Varsity Water Polo team are QL to Rl Carl Beckwith, Glen Davis, Ken Bilbo, Rick Deaver, Kieth Beckwith, Dave Fuhrmann, Art Nash, Rick Hern, Hal Paris. Bottom Left: Glen Davis saves another goal. Bottom Center: Dan Koert gets ready to unload the ball. -E.. Antioch 6 9 Clayton Valley Antioch 2 7 Tennyson Antioch 2 16 San Ramon Antioch 5 10 Los Lomas Antioch 14 11 Acalanes Antioch 6 5 Berkeley Antioch 6 5 Pacific Antioch 6 8 San Ramon Antioch 8 13 Pinole Antioch 12 13 Armijo Antioch 3 7 Pacific Antioch 11 13 Alameda , 47" , . , ..-ge' - g . Ai-55. 'Q Over The Net This year, Laura Clark led the Varsity Volleyball Team in a successful season. Our Varsity Team took second place in the Friendship Tournament and the Clayton Valley invitational. They also took second in the league, winning fourteen games and losing two. The Junior Varsity Team also has a successful season. They took first place in the League, with fifteen wins and only one loss. Varsity Antioch win Las Lomas Antioch win Liberty Antioch win Acalanes Antioch Loss Livermore Antioch 2nd Place Friendship Tourney-Acalanes Antioch win Pleasant Hill Antioch win Concord Antioch win Northgate Antioch loss Clayton Valley Antioch win College Park Antioch win Ygnacio Valley Antioch win Mt. Diablo Antioch win Pittsburg Antioch win Pleasant Hill Antioch win Clayton Valley Antioch win Concord Antioch win Northgate Antioch win College Park Antioch win Ygnacio Valley Antioch 2nd Place Clayton Valley invitational Antioch win Mt. Diablo Antioch win Pittsburg 110 Far Left: J.V. Team tTop Row, LtoRJ Mr. McNelis, Teresa Hecock, Selena Delfavero, Judy Anderson, Stephanie Bloss, Lynda Pierce,Tammy Kelly, Laurie Dodd, Ann Georgen, Rhonda Farley lBottom Rowl Margo Grabus, Paula Trunhan, Mickey Sloan, Jennifer Davis, Selina Escobar, Trish Okeefe, Liz Redfield, Elaine Fosenburg, Sue Magner. Middle: Sherry Rebstock strives to return a serve. Far Right: Elaine Fosenburg shows her technique as Selena Delfavero and Trish Okeefe looks on. Below: Varsity Team tTop Rowl Mrs. Cheatham, Tracie Cline, Sherry Rebstock, Trinnie Giambalvo, Wendy Thompson, Laura Clark, Janell Ortega, Wilma Robinson. lBottom Rowi Holly Silvera, Harumi Waren, Sue Magner, Eileen Gordon, Bottom Left: Trinnie Giambalvo and Sherry Rebstock battle lt our for a point. J.V. Antioch win Las Lomas Antioch loss Liberty Antioch win Acalanes Antioch win Livermore Antioch win Pleasant Hill Antioch win Concord Antioch win Northgate Antioch win Clayton Valley Antioch win College Park Antioch win Mr. Diablo Antioch win Pittsburg Antioch loss Pleasant Hill Antioch win Clayton Valley Antioch win Concord Antioch win Northgate Antioch win College Park Antioch win Ygnacio Valley Antioch win Mt. Diablo Antioch win Pittsburg R Endless Flight F ,-.1 325113 fm 51 ,, f . pzmsi: :fr ,E-','g,-f. ' 1... -...HL-Uris ,.......- Es f ' Q ,. 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Top Len: Julie Baggeu, Robin Robin- ?" son, Sherri Fournier, and Lana Case are "' -1- team buddies. Top Right: Sue Mena is stepping out in her gymnastics class. Right Center: Team Picture iLtoRl Top Row: Ruth Enz, Pamela Smithey, Sherri Fournier, Lana Casey, Debbra Benson, Robin Robinson, Patty Himelick. Middlle Row: Deanne Ahrens, Patty Ortiz, Liz Padilla, Julie Baggett, Sandy Heinitz, Ann Fish, Sue Mena. Bottom Right: Sherri Fournier and Sue Mena stand and watch Ann Oberg think on. Bottom Center: Robin Robinson gives a close up smile while balancing on the beam. NJ? K 'N b-JJ 1 ,QL ,' hy 5' " 'USG' 4... - X 3 ,': -. . . , 4 , U ' Af.-.xkavm -' 'Q' . ,.,.1L13+iJ.a4' L: '-.A -Q ' 5551513 N".-.l'f', ' L 7s2"vTe .I . . . H.,1"f5"m,' -"'Tin.. M! I ' . Keep Cn Stroken' --ag. ve' "V: ...rr .aw , b - .. - "l" - -1 .. ' .V l HJ feng it-'f':5?i. '. 'mwgwhgf ' e. .-Q-' F gk M. I, .A . ,, . qfvcnc, 1 . ,,,,-1f-- ,av r A Q -,A-., hg,gv.-:tg f' .:. ,Him '.'7':...i..:- . . 'L . - ., -' ..:'- -my 1 1593311 1- -' ', -4 1x..,-,. . This year's Panther Girls' Swim Team finished a pleasing season of competition. The winning season was credited to the swimmers' spirit, the long hard practices, and the constant drive for perfection from Coach Sylvia Sidwell. The top swimmers for the Varsity were: Janet Hardy, Valeri Paul, Gayle Paul, and Regina Woodmansee. The Junior Varsity had such leaders as Jill Keller, Michele Greeff, and Kathy Gilligan. These and other girls made up the swim team of which our school was proud to recognize. Top Left: Jill Keller and Regina Woodmansee relax while watching J.V. other swim mates during competition. Antioch 90-40 Clayton Valley Top Right: Varsity lTop Row L to Ri Antioch 95-41 College Park Elaine Milligan, Audrey Arnall, Debbie Antioch 117-0 Ygnacio Valley Kipp, Joanne Marquardt, Kristi Antioch 89-57 Pleasent Hill Cabral, Kathy Samuelson, Valeri Antioch 51-93 Concord Paul, Janet Hardy. tBottom Antioch 69-78 Carondelet Flow Regina Woodmansee, Dawn Antioch 55-92 Northgate DeSair, Kay Vosmera tManageri, Lisa Varsity i Kubacki, Gayle Paul. Bottom Right: Antioch 60-104 Clayton Valley Jenese Westberry gives full effort Antioch 84-46 College Park while in competition. Bottom Left: Antioch 78-B0 Ygnacio Valley J.V. tTop Rowj Chris Cowgill, Jenese Antioch 43-125 Pleasent Hill Westberry, Debbi Trudeau, Jill Keller, Antioch 63-46 Carondelet Cathy Little, Jackie Sherwood, Missy Antioch 64-99 Northgate Herbert, Cindy Clatterbuck. fBottom Rowj Linda Brucato, Evelyn Gyi, Cathy Gilligan, Sue Bermel, Michele Greeff, Cheryl Smallwood, Peggy Burk. Middle Left: A photo finish for Valeri Paul 115 A lack of experienced players led to the hoopsters disappointed 2-18 record. The Panthers had only one returning varsity player this year, and that was standout Senior forward Tom Moore. Moore's blazing shooting touch was one of the bright spots this year, as he averaged 15.2 points per game. This including games of 26, 25, and 23 in League play. Although they won only two games, the Panthers played exciting ball, and could have easily won 5 to 7 more games. Two Seniors who sparked the crowd with their tough quick defense were John Dominquez and Kevin Bean. The Panthers had a strong inside game this season, anchored by Seniors Gary Ubrick, Tim Manly and Jeff Jensen. These three players were the team's rebounders and inside intimedators. Three Juniors received much playing time this year, which will be valuable next season. Hot-Shooting forward Mike Shaw, Cam Edwards, and Gary Noack, could give the Panthers a brighter outlook for the future so, despite the record, the Panthers always gave the crowd their moneys worth! The Junior Varsity Basketball Team had an overall record of 4-14, and record of 4-12 in DVAL play. They finished the year in Seventh place in the league. The junior Panthers were led this year by 6'-6" sophomore Pat Bailey. He lead the team with a 12.7 points per game average. Scorers for the J.V.'s were sophomores Mike Acosta, Mike Bell and Junior Rich Trabold. Trabold was also the team's leading rebounder. Helping the Panthercubs inside was sophomore Jeff Siino. The team really made an improvement toward the end of the season which is a good sign for the future. With these players and the returning varsity players, Antioch will have a better outlook on next year's season. 116 ' ' --fg..---H ' "',f"' n gi 'warmer H. ...Q ' i' if 1- N - L-1 'V if R .AILPSQ - A W Isl-:EBV 1 'Sz Top Center iLtoFtj Mike Acosta, Jeff Siino, Rich Trabold, Pat Bailey, Scott Shively, Mike Beil, Derek Davis, Ted Irwin, J.V. Coach, Ron Cook. Top Left iLtoRt Mike Shaw, Kevin Bean, Gary Noack, Gary Ubrick, Tom Moore, Tim Manly, Jeff Jensen, Cameron Edward, John Dominquez, Varsity Coach, Ron Morelli. Bottom Left: Antioch attacks a teammate after he makes the winning points. Bottom Center: Mike Shaw dribbles his way as through the center. Bottom Right: Ted Irwin stands waiting as his teammate Mike Acosta fights for the ball. Center: J.V.'s in action. 2, 1,1 ? . - g -V QSQJLQL 13313 'tl Ju -1 " ai 2 .qi - H . Y ' iw 2 Dribble' Dribble' Dribble' Top Right: The 1977-78 Girls, Junior Varsity Basketball Team. Top Row fLtoRJ Alisa Oliver, Laurene Dodd, Shirl Plummer, Coach Sue Cheatham, Roxanne Gould, Kay Vosmers, Trish O'keefe. Second Row Shellie Vieira, Liz Redfield, Victoria Gonzales, Mickey Sloan, Chris Cowgill, Eileen Gordon, and Juana Echeverria, Bottom Right: Basketball managers Tracy Mullicane, Michele Greeff, Kathy Samuelson, Trini Gallegos, Terri Nay, Kathleen Gilligan. Dribble Dribble down the court, Basketball is my favorite sport. You must be quick, you must be sly, l've,got to make the basket, to break that tie. Quick, cut through the key and there's your play, If the person with the ball would only look your way. The pass finally comes, but hits your knee, "Oops" too late now, you're three seconds in the key. Now you're on defense, you fade back in your zone. But before you know it the whistle's blown. The skunk-man claims you pushed on the play, While you swear up and down you were three feet away. The first one is in so another one she gets, But it goes rather crooked, therefore the rim it hits. My arms are stretched high for the important rebound, I grab it and pounce both feet on the ground. I quickly look down court for a hopeful fast break, Someones open, I throw it, the basket we make! The buzzer sounds, and the game we won. Thank god this game is finally done. As I'm jumping up and down, I bump my head. I awake and find the covers off my bed. Just then my mother walks in the door, And sees my covers all over the floor. "My goodness what happened to your covers in the night? You'd think You'd gotten into a terrible fight!" "Yeah . . . that's what happened," I said with a stall. "Either that, mom laughed, or you were playing basketbaII!" By Patty Himelick Y N L 'E .LL lTop Lefty Rich Stallings, the Masked Maravder, takes hold of his opponent to attempt a take-down. lMiddle Lefty Grappler, Bill Dupree, struggles to take his man. lBottom Lefty Varsity Team lL to Ry Clark Davidson, Eric Odegard, Ray Bruno, Randy Smith, Bill Dupree, Jim Maghuyop, Gary Bras, Frank Reibeiro, Alex Fieross, Rick Stallings, Scott Burch, Mark Long, and Reuben Luna. fTop Righty J.V. Team lL to Ry David Thompson, Steve Nadig, Mark Ryan, Mike Evers, Dick Abono, Gustavo Vega, David Butler, Mike Pato, and Julio Echeverra. fMiddle Righty Eric Odegard traps his man in preparation for the pin. lBottom Righty Dave Butler takes hold for the ride. 121 wrferf' L- -. t--I -L.-,:f.e3,g,,. .. A , , A ,' Vg V Q M-we ' A 'J-egg 'F f . i- 1' 'h- Both the A.H.S. Varsity and Junior Varsity baseball teams finished their seasons impressively. The Varsity 'team suprised its growing number of fans by upsetting some of the East Bay's finest teams in the early part of the season. Below: Varsity Baseball-Front Row tLtoRJ Kevin Anderson, Frank Billeci, Kurt Loomis, Frank Esposito, Bret Nissen, Scott Allen, Lance Snider. Back Row Anon Westmoreland, Scott Bergerhouse, Mike Shaw, Doug Jones, Rich Grossen, Tom Moore, Greg Taylor, Dan Moss, Coach Siino. Bottom Left: Bret Nissen cracks a line drive. Bottom Right: Doug Jones awaits a pitch hat ls batted away. Right: Junior Varsity Baseball-Front Flow fLtoRi Karl Stein- metz, Kevin Anderson, Rick Deaver, Ed Byrns, Scott Morris, Dick Abono, Jeff DeMercurio, Ken Roa. Back Row Coach Roche, Joe Sbranti, Tom Artz, Brian Swanson, Bill Blalock, Jeff Siino, Amos Smith. Far Left: Tom Moore fires the ball to his teammate. Far Right: Rich Grossen confers with Coach Siino. ,stiff 1 U0 5 inf' ,.?' 'R 2 Q, .nw ,l .1- -g Antioch Baseball -li... .,m...,, I -- , -4,1 qw , N . 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Gay Darling, Tia Walquist, Sherry Rebstock, Wendy Thompson, Laura Clark, Dorie Albright, Debbie Freeman, Mgr. Cindy Clatter- buck, and Coach Mrs. Ghiggerri. iBottom Rowt Eileen Gordon, Clarrissa Montgomery, Sue fTrolloi Magner, Missy Hilburn, Cambria DeJesus, Renee Burnett, Pam Gates, Diane McCourt, Mgr. Mickey Drake. Bottom Left: The Antioch J.V. Girls' Softball Team. lTop Row LtoRJ Coach Mrs. Litvinov, Mldkey Sloan, Terri Bell, Theresa Hecock, Elicia Ross, Wilma Robinson, Robin Drol- linger, Lisa Kubacki, Becky Lynch, Liz Redfield, Sue Bermel, Mgr. Patty Himelick. iBottom Rowi Roxanne Gould, Jill Rohlfs, Debbie Plummer, Jennifer ' i.' fvfjrxx. N' 'Qif-."L M ,luna -' i , . -.-,.. . .. ...,.L, , Siino, Vicki Slawson, Trish O'Keefe, Paula Turnham, Cristy Cabral, Mgr. Carmon Weathers. Bottom Middle: lt's a swing and a miss on all-time slugger Missy Hllburn. Bottom Right: "Hey, thats a good one, got any more?" ..-f- ll Zwmrw-f H364 x. 291, 'S I -7 Fx Congratulation to Antiochs Girls' Softball team for high spirits and competitive playing. The team coached by Mrs. Ghiggerri finished with a winning season. The team was happy, and pleased with outcome from their efforts. The student body and the sports organization of the high school should salute the team for their excellence in competition and sportsmanship. P4-V. Boys' Track And Field Right: Rich Taylor heaves the shot. Below: Tony Lang powers to another sprint victory. Top Right: Varsity Track Team. Front Flow tLtoRl Manager, Richard Hammett, Ben Magsayo, Jesse Valdez, Ron Steelman, Tom Danner, Jeff Montanez, Tony Lang, Chris Shively, Ted Millar, Brook Sloan, Art Nash, Randy Larsen. Middle Row Managers, Frank Zamora and Jeff Baker, Jeff Opsal, Allen Sowell, Cameron Edwards, Glen Davis, Scott Funke, Eric Baugh, Mark Willard, Gordy Darling, Mike Schwitters, Joe Gleason, Tim Crumpler, Howard Thompson, Assistant Coach Madrigal. Back Row Coach Hurd, Butch Simister, Clark Davidson, Doug Stout, Ferris Anthony, Rich Taylor, Jerry Jones, Kenin Beam, Jim Drollinger, Ken Vosmera, Dan Carden, Shawn Phipps, Mark Nichol, Mike Olenchalk, Ray Redfield, Chuck Van Wlnkle, and Assistant Coach Berkich. Middle Right: Junior Varsity Track Team. Front Row tLtoRl Robert Dominguez, Gary Bras, Phil Misquez, Steve Rivera, Allen Cudiamai, John DiFrancesco, Roy Griffin, Middle Flow Darryl White, Mike Dickinson, Greg Gonzales, Greg Mahl, Rob Cannon, Britt Baugh, Marc Douville, Tim Cakebread, Lonnie May, Dan James, Sam Grant, Dave Costello. Back Row Ed Romero, Mike Antonacce, Don Chandler, Scott Ubrick, Kyle Dozier, Danny Miller, Barry Oberg, Jeff Lodge, Nick Pulos, Nick Karlsson, David Thompson, Coach Hurd, and Assistant Coach Madrigal. Bottom Near Right: Tom Danner races to victory in the 880. Bottom Far Right: Brook Sloan, easily clears the high jump bar. Both boys track teams finished their season with second place finishes in the league. The varsity team sported a 7-1 record while the J.V.'s had a 7-0 finish. 'H . ,V 4, :. ,- 'J . r : ,w.,.l-11-Ve, .-, .V. .. '-ff -'.,.:,. V is Q U44-tJbq!p'vab4g'f'-l:si1---1 I " IL -.. , AB ,. f'2i1'jF.- 1-Q. 1'7" 1 vez,,,,.., -1 1 T -. 'ff V 45. - ... .4 ' F" ' "7 "T,-,.'Q' .T ' . " I " ' " ' " ' ' ' 1 '. . , is , ' H - hm. f:.'r.,4 fag? - ts- f - . , .1 1? -. W, , - , V' 1 - ,V ., , -gf.1. ,g--a-- 'T'-7, -' 3,7-,gn ,Pg-1.,.,-gf . U1 I 1 A, ,.',,.- .1 A . VV ,R - W U 3 UL. . ,--...- ff-.. V , ,, ' -3- A . "' "V 1 Aww'-.,-n - f. 51,-Q':,,, .A . . ,., - , f . it 1 f 3 LT ' '..- , . ' "' .- V .. .,.1,w.- 1 . V Aj' an--Aj ..,a' 11- M449 I 1' ' ' ' .. ' .,, ,Thx ' ' 1. ' - -. .V.s.o35f,:Y,A an-J lavm, . 1 , I ,X f:,'1:, . V - 1 ' ' ' .,fiQ,1-,.,:-- ' " V -V.-e..:. +,.4 1 ,,. . . M . i ,.l - lpn-,V , ,fl I V:.- -- . 1 " 1- r,' - , 4. 1'- F5-,.,V av.--1' M -.- ., , Ai,-V" 1. yy., ta, f .V - 4 V- . V ' V . ' .15 At. ' - 1 DQ A 'L-',".A'.-.-. Iiv Girls' Track And Field li Us "J ' fr? Below: Girls Track Team. Front Row lLtoFll Dawn Campbell, Chris Cowgill, Donna Avila, Shane Felix, Lori Speck, Tessa Chambers: Middle Row fLtoRj Andrea Madrigal, Denise Heapy, Debbie Barthell, Sue Rich, Cindy Fuentes, Roselyn Mattson: Back Row lLtoRl Assistant Coach Berkich, Elaine Fosen- burg, Doreen Speck, Jackie Sherwood, Kay Vosmera, Sheri Plummer, Assistant Coach Madrigal, Coach Hurd. Right: Cindy Fuentes and Linda Davis eye the finish line. Middle Right: Kay Vosmera hurls the discus. Far Right: Sheri Plummer leaps out of the starting block. Bottom Right: A happy record-breaking girls 440 relay team: Sue Rich, Sheri Plummer, Patty Gilbert and Tina Baran. I ' , ' ,,gt'l'lUI' N 5 UZ' 3 1 C i 1 .Yugi l 1 Q Epi, . , 4911 girls track team finished their season with a 7-1 losing only to Northgate. Several school records broken in the season, and with a team consisting mostly sophomores. It seems as if their success will in-'--M Y ,V H 'W'-' --..,..- , "r -v . fi -Q 'T ,',- Lge- 'vzi-,gi - -P---s ...-fri':'r- '1..4T?--' a --1 it ".:..ii'f1Tf""47 7 - ' Nl .r f "Y'7--- --,- . .. 9, ' -. ' ' ,' ' "H ' r 'f-Q ---A-?'f""' Q.--."'1::1 --r----fs-----f.,.--u- M 0 l .w ' ...ow 1 f E 5 l. X' 4- .N -... , 1 ,V ,S -1n4,4...u- Q , -uf' 'Q Lgf A" -I . E, 4. ",4vO"""' ...qi T, wg,:.QL.-gg. s-L 5 I , L.-M ' . .vw vu' 3 rs?" 'H 7-a Ly." 'af 1 ,,N,. 1 ' tad? f 'Q ' ' i 1 L fig- wa ,'. . ..., 4 X '-. L-I ,..-hw ,, cw f.' I : 5-. , i, v 4, ,,,,-L-,et Boys Swim Team Top Left: Dave Fuhrman feels his way down the pool. Top Middle: Francis Gonzales climbs for height. Top Right: Perry Phipps comes out of the flip-turn for the long stretch back. Middle Left: Carl Beckwith keeps stroken hard. Middle Right: Bill Kendrick cruises for the win. Bottom Left: The Boy's Swim Team. fLtoRi Bill Kendrick, Carl Beckwith, Keith Beckwith, David Fuhrman, Francis Gonsales, Ken Bilbo, Perry Phipps and Coach Mr. DeCristofaro. Botom Middle: Keith Beckwith closes for the flnlsh. Bottom Right: Ken Bilbo goes all out. .W pa.. T' N T 'il- ' 1.. fun, - . .- . . . 2 wh., Y. ' n N . . V V Y V .V -,L ln, Y T ' , ,,,-.- S . 1,-I .-.. A l A,-e J..- , ,,..,x .. - 4: 1. I Q.: - - . In commenting on the Antioch Boys' Swim Team for this year, Coach DeCristofaro replied with this letter of his personal comments. When asked to comment on this years swim team, three words crept into my head. These three words were Hope, Frustration, and Reality. As I was looking forward to this years swimming season I saw the posibility of having the best team ever. I would not only have numbers but also talent and lots of it. I could hardly wait to start the season. When the first day of signups came around, my frustration began. Several very good swimmers did not sign up. I was hoping for a team of 26 members, but only had 15 sign-up and stay. Later in the season our ranks were cut by one when John Vallis came down with phenmonia and was lost for the season. The reality of this season as seasons of the past is having very few good swimmers. This years team has three seniors. Carl Beckwith is the most versatile in that he swims all events well. Bill Kendrick is one of the fastest in the freestyle ' X--A sprints. Cisco Gonzales has led the way in being one of the best divers in Antioch's history. This years team has three Juniors. . Ken Bilbo is an all around swimmer who can fill any event. Keith Beckwith has developed into a fine intermediate swim- mer and sprinter. Dave Fuhr- man has filled the gap of a backstroker. Rounding out the Varsity is Perry Phipps a sophomore who is an outstand- ing swimmer. 'ts w A J na km.: bb - ' : "-' ' ' 1. , -ff ,L 'Nl "fag, . The Deep Divers f-4. .-.5 ,, , .ln :xy ,rss 1'Yil Hliinnnol . l ttf-ah, ., .,'.' ,Al LJ . ss., ' . . " ' -. ', ,u 1, "'g..AJl!:: "- L14 "' Far Left: Look up iri the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, no it's Linda Davis. Left: Linda Davis comes in for a landing. Top Right: Toni Hawkins bends forward for her Diving Team. Middle Center: Team Picture QL to Rl Sue Bermei, Toni Hawkins, Francis Gonzales. tTeam Captainsl Linda Davis, Debbie Trudeau. Bottom Center: Debbie Tradeau flips for her Diving Team. Left Bottom: Sue Bermei just flew in from Los Angeles, and boy are her arms tired. ' .. 1-ga-. 14- P-h ' -' . . Jfzgsi-6.5053 The diving team started a growing year and next year "they'll be right on top". The student-coach Francis "Cisco" Gonzales spent a lot of his own spare time to help out the swim team. Sylvia Sidwell helped Cisco with the organizing of his diving team. One of Cisco's better divers, Linda Davis came through as one of the most improved divers of the year and placed in the North Coast Tournaments. 1978 Golf Team A n ,--:Tr nu "' QW Q5 -, - f Pf- ports Candids - fr 1 -L i',,f,N mf is :lr ff,-fl rw' M ' J 515 'Y 'lf-3 f Digg Fffff . . 7 1 , ff' In Y- , 3 p - f. g.. ,- i Q ,A V af JS K, nj,-' .- -.-: , --gh .- JF ,,-1 '44 rr 1 : ,K 1- S J , , 1 J , , V., x , ,-' F . l, ' IT ,. 5, .w. ,. , I . 3--1. ...- .,.-A-5 1 - 1 ,7u.,,. , - v If U The Antioch Badminton Team finished the year with losing season. But, with a winning spirit. The team vi a CO-ED organization which played other CO-ED teal in the Bay Area. Antioch was not in a league and o played practice games for the season. The manager the team was Chris Feller. The team was under 1 guidance of Coach Gassaway. The team played in tournament at Fairfield but, as individual' not as a teamg although they were not a prominent in the school the players did enjoy themselves. -v 'U w V- I f c J... Q 1 'SNK nfl . .YS "Watch the Birdie" Top Left: Lydia Tom chews ice while playing badminton. Top Middle: Larry Webb really sees some rough action in his game. Top Fiight: Chris Bradshaw has a lot of fun playing the little birdie. Botton Left: The Antioch Badminton Team: iLtoRi bottom Rowg Anita Murdock, Wade Smith, Caroline Smith, Lydia Tom, Gus Vega, Leanna Hutche- son, Chuck Peralta. Top Row: Coach Gassaway, Chris Bradshaw, Elaine Milligan, Joe Antonacci, Laurie Geor- gen, Mario Del Villar, Maureen Patton, Larry Webb, Mike Sharma. Bottom Middle: Caroline Smith anxiously waits for the birdie. Bottom Ftight: Laurie Georgen returns the birdie with her head high in the air. .f' .-.gba ,,-""'I' S 'HIT-f Fall Sport Banquet Miles of Smiles This years Panther Football and Fall Sports award Banquet brought smiles to everyone. The banquet was opened with welcoming remarks from Frank McNally, President of the Antioch Boosters Club, with Mr.Al Jones, as Master of Ceremonies. There were many outstanding athletes who received various awards. From Cross Country Eric Baugh received Most Valuable Runner while Scott Funke received the Coaches Award. Carl Beckwith was honored as Most Valuable Player in Water Polo and the Coaches award went to Hal Paris. A sophomore by the name of Paul Yanez received the Most Valuable Tennis Player Award. Next came the Awards for the outstanding Football Players, starting with presentation of the Season Captains who were Pat Welch and Tom Moore. The Hitter of the year Award went to Jerry Jones. Bill Douville received the "Babe Mercadou Award as well as the Ron Pritchard and Most Valuable Player Award. Bill spent most of the night walking back and forth with all his awards. Pat Welch was awarded the Gino Marchetti Award. The Academic Award went to Mike Shaw for his outstanding achievement in Academics as well as athletics. Last but not least was the presentation of the Coaches Player of the year that went to Mr. Tom Moore. A special presentation from the team went to Dr. Friesen for his support. Top Left: Tom Moore receives this years Coaches Player of the Year award from Coach Sal Siino. Top Right: "Take it easy Mr. Morelli, this thing weighsaton" exclaims Bill Douville. Center Left: Coach Mike Hurd presents the most valuable runner award to Eric Baugh. Center Right: "Carl, you want to borrow my truck to carry your awards home?" says Mr. DeCristofaro. Bottom Left: Paul Yanez receives this years most valuable tennis player award, which is quite an honor for a sophomore. Bottom Right: "Ahl What was that you said Scotty?" exclaims Mr. Comstock. GirlS' Sports Awards To Left: Eileen Gordon receives an D award for softball from Coach Ghigger- i. Bottom Left: Just a few of the G.A.A. Awards Banquet Winners. Top Rlght: Patty Himelick awards Coach Ulmer for his coaching efforts. Middle Right: Glenn "The Pritz" Pritzker accepts one of the kind T-shirt from his Girls Tennis team. Bottom Right: Kellye Cook is recipient of the Coach's award for Gymnastics. VARSITY TENNIS Most Valuable Michele Buys Most Inspirational Rene Campbell Most Improved Diana Bedford OUTSTANDING SENIOR ATHLETE Laura Clark VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Most Valuable Most Inspirational Team Captain SWIMMING Most Valuable Most Valuable Most Improved CROSS COUNTRY Most Valuable Most Improved GYM NASTICS Most Valuable, Beg. Most Valuable, Int. Most Inspirational Laura Clark Wendy Thompson Laura Clark Gayle Paul Regina Woodmansee Linda Davis Shane Felix Lori Speck Lana Casey Ann Fish Patty Himelick Ill! p ff N . Most Improved BADMINTON Most Valuable- Most Improved VARSITY BASKETBALL Most Valuable Most Inspirational Most Improved TRACK AND FIELD Most Valuable Most Inspirational Team Captain Field Team Captain Running VARSITY SOFTBALL Most Valuable Most Valuable Most Inspirational Team Captain Kellye Cook Elaine Milligan Gus Vega Laura Clark Patty Himelick Mary Himelick Shane Felix Sue Rich Donna Avila Sherri Plumer Sherry Rebstock Chris Rubio Clarissa Montgomery Eileen Gordon :J X if ,r- LK Boys' Spring Basketball Most Valuable - Tom Moore Most Improved - Tim Manly Mr. Panther - John Dominguez Wrestling Most Valuable - Frank Ribeiro Most Valuable - Alex Fierros Swimming Most Valuable - Carl Beckwith Coaches Award - Cisco Gonzales Track Banquet Most Valuable - Tony Lang Chuck Stapleton Scholarship - Alex Fierros Most Valuable Senior Athlete - Tom Moore Baseball Most Valuable - Doug Jones Most Improved - Tom Moore Golf Most Valuable - Ed Myers Most Valuable - Robert Vieira in-in Top Left: Tim Manly receives Basketball Award for Most Improved player from Coach Ron Morelli. Top Right: Tom Morre is awarded the Most Improved Baseball player by Coach Siino. Middle Left: "Let's get Mikey, He'lI eat anything"l Scott Bergerhouse, Mike Schwitters, and Mike Shaw. Bottom Right: Ray Redfield gets awarded the Coaches Award from Coach Mike Hurd. Bottom Left: Carl Beckwith collects trophy for most valuable swimmer from Coach Mr. De Cristofaro. GAA Banquet Right: Jeanne Gilbert installs Peggy Burk as the new GAA President. Below Left: Jeanne Gilbert accepts the Most Outstanding Senior Girl award. Below Right: 1977 Emblem A winners Cindy Clatterbuck, Tami Edwards, Jeanne Gilbert and Lori Martin. Far Top Right: The changing of the guard: installation of new officers. Far Middle Right: The sports officials pose for the camera. Far Bottom Right: The GAA first year award winners. The GAA banquet consisted of the installation of new officers. President Jeanne Gilbert was replaced by Peggy Burk while V.P. Shirley Cesa, Secretary, Elaine Milligan and treasurer Lori Martin turned over their offices to Kathy Gilligan, Martha Bamford and Cecilia Gilbert. Elaine Milligan replaced Tami Edwards as the General Sports Manager. The Commissioners of Art, Publicity and Entertainment, Chris Cowgill, Peggy Burk, and Anita Murdock gave up their posts to Shirley Cesa, Selena DelFavero, and Sheri Stormes. Class representa- tives Clarissa Montgomery iSeniorsl 8 Tracy Mullicane iJuniorsJ were replaced by Tracy Mullicane iSeniorsl and Patty Gilbert iJuniorsl. Sophomore representative Sandra Thomas's successor will be decided next fall when the new sophomores come in. Awards presented were: Bowling, First place team: Tami Edwards, Renee Flora, Cecilia Gilbert and Anita Murdock: High average, Shirley Cesa and Tami Edwards, 141 points: High Game, Tami Edwards 191 points. Badminton, First and second place, singles Anita Murdock and Peggy Burk: doubles, a tie between the team of Jeanne Gilbert and Anita Murdock and the team of Elaine Milligan and Shirley Cesa. J x "hu-5' f ,. .4 1 N . N 5- . 'rm 41515. 1 ,jwr 11 Q -L1 f-5 I AQ Stapleton Relays im, 8 1 'I ! K' .03-Lg? fi. . 3 V' ,L ': n Top Left: A potato sack race? Gary Bras, Archie Sowell and Danny Miller, ponder on the event. Top Middle: A trackster checks up on a few of his times from an assistant coach. Top Right: Watch out Livermore! Here comes Shane Felix of Antioch. Bottom Left: And their offl Bottom Flight: Nothing life a speedy crew to keep the meet running. T., e, 3,5 s gf K.. 'x S 1 , Xt.. I . qu, 1.-ALIQQQ Tv . ' if xx 'mf' "0 K i-gf 'T -...di -R J Juniors ,ffl if 1 Carrie Aceves Jean Acosta Stormy Adams Marianne Agua Joseph Aiello Doreen Alaimo Darcyne Albright Doras Albright Rick Alfaro Valinda Allulms Diana Almeida Judy Anderson Kevin Anderson Thomas Anderson Russ Ando Audrey Arnall Penny Ashford Adam Austin Donna Avila Dale Baatrup Dean Baatrup Martha Bamford Debra Barnes Mark Barrigar Keli Bass Sandra Bates Eric Baugh 'Q I, Timothy Beasley Jacqualyn Beauchamp I if-4 .ll Keith Beckwith Elizabeth Bellini Paul Beltram Richard Beltram Richard Bermal Gina Bianchini Michael Biggs Kenneth Bilbo Frank Billeci Paul Bissonnette Tamara Blackburn David Blanchard Terry Blevins Karrie Blomseth Stephanie Bloss Tracy Bob Suzanne Bodine Julie Bonfield Deborah Borders Blaz Borunda Michael Boscia Mitchell Boyce Jeff Boyle Chris Bradshaw Richard Branchfield Gary Bras Jeannine Briley Dale Brooks Elaine Brown Harriet Browning George Broveleit Peter Bucher Gina Buckingham Luann Buenting Elizabeth Bulfinch Scott Burch Peggy Burk Donna Burnett Dale Burrow Deborah Bury Christopher Butler Norman Byers Nancy Byrns Teresa Calisesi Renee Campbell Sharon Campbell Deborah Cantrell Daniel Carden Carey Cardwell Joseph Carroll Bobbie Carson Catherine Carter William Carter Charlotte Cervantes Flavia Cesa Shirley Cesa Tessa Chambers Frank Chiri Stephanie Chism Donald Choate Daniel Christensen Ronald Christianson Tracie Cline Mike Olenchalk imitating his father. - Jill Colburn David Collett Christin Connolly Linda Cooper Stoney Cooper Greg Copley Danny Cornelius Christopher Corral Letha Corzine Lois Cottrell Keith Couch Christina Cowgill Rebecca Cowlishaw Rochelle Crandell Roger Crawford Marc Crocket Cindy Crompton Eddy Crowell Timothy Crumpler Allen Cudiamat Julie Cummings Mark Cunha Karen Cunningham Jordan Curtis Samuel Curtis Jayme Daniel Thomas Danner Gordon Darling Janet Davenport Anthony Davi Cheri Davidson Roselyn Davidson Suzette Davies Curtis Davis Glen Davis Irene Davis Ricky Deaver Teresa DeJanvier Cambria DeJesus George DelMonte Mario DelVillar Jacqueline Demotte Dawn DeSair Richard Diaz Mike Dickinson Nancy Dickinson Billy Dimler Teri Dimock Carol Dirckx Melanie Dodson Caroline Dominguez Ernest Dominguez Naomi Donian Gary Donitelli . Rudy Donithan Shelly Drath Renee Drolet Keely Drolllnger Jane Drury John Dudley Bill Dupree Bradford Durham Tamara Ebert Julio Echeverra Lawrence Edge Cameron Edwards Mike Elliott Robert Elson Paul Emery Shelly Enes Dora Enriquez Williamina Enriquez Jeffrey Ensminger Ruth Enz Dennis Erb James Erickson Lee Erickson Duaine Eschliman Gabriel Espindola Rose Espinoza Richard Eves Melanie Ewing Cynthia Fahm Daniel Falettl Rhonda Farley Mike Favalora Theresa Favaloro Shane Felix Christine Feller Anthony Fernandez mai. Teresa Gottlieb Margo Grabus Todd Graff Cindy Granfors Tami Graziani Michele Greeff The Odd Couple, Patty Himelick and Trini Gallegos. Bill Fernandez Patrick Fernandez Jenet Fields Jess Fierros Randy Fischer Stephen Ford Deborah Freeman Kathleen Friedli Becky Friesen Tammy Fryar David Fuhrmann Roy Fulton Tami Funke Tony Gabaldon Trini Gallegos Mike Garcia Rosalina Garcia Pam Gates Mitch George Warren George Ann' Georgen Kim Gibson Joe Gleason Cecelia Gilbert Kathy Gilligan Leann Goldman Bill Goldsby Joey Gonzales Michael Gonzales Eileen Gordon 1iQJE1fS John Green Robert Green Marie Greenhouse John Greer Sherrie Griffin Sabrina Grijalva Leona Grillo Jorge Guevara Evelyn Gyi Sandra Hahn Marie Hajduk Kim Halsey Randall Halvorson James Hamer William Hampton Meaghan Hardesty Scott Hardwick Jackie Hargraves Jeanette Hargrove Cynthia Harr Brian Harris Douglas Harris Helen Harris Robbin Harris Paul Harrod Lisa Hartsell Timothy Hatch Darlene Haun Robert Hawkins Nanette Hermann Cheryl Hill Patricia Himelick Doreen Holcomb "lt's OK San Martin, you can look now .Z says Ron Owen. FI Patsy Holder Deborah Houk Richard Howard Debbie Howe Alice Hubbard Janet Hull Leanna Hutcheson Diane Jackson Mark Jennings Brad Jensen Stephanie Jimenez Charles Johnson Tory Johnson Vickie Johnson Sue Johnston Douglas Jones Georgia Jones Jerry Jones Linda Jones Donald Judd Steve Juhl Jill Keller John Kelley Tammy Kelly Belinda Kenfield Ruth Kennedy John Key Monica Keys Ronald Kirby Kent Kline Reba Koskey Sue Kost Danny Kountanis Mary Kountanis Dawn Kuehl DeeAnne Kuehl Kenda Kuhl Ronald Lake Joyce Landry Marcus Larsen Randy Larsen Chappie LaSan Lloyd Lawson Lori Lewis Kimberly Linscheid Richard Lisa Janice Little Lenny Lively Walter Loeblein Todd Lopez Cheryl Lucido Vincent Lucido Reuben Luna Brad Lunsford Tamera Lynch Darrell MacCarter Jim Maghuyop Susan Magner Gregory Mahl Michael Marchio Robin Marshall Kathleen Martin Tommy Mason Diane Matamoros Mike Matamoros Elizaeth Mathie Ronald Maxedon Lonnell May Pamela Mazza Patricia Mazza Rod McChesney Todd McComak Karen McCormick Diane McCourt David McCoy Merle McCoy Lori McCreary Gregory McDaniel Debora McElhaney Bernice McEuin Michelle McEuin James McEvoy Vicki Mclnerney Suzanne McKinght qv,- "What is half a worm doing in my apple?" says Sheri Michael McVeigh Robert Melton Sheri Mercer Susan Merman Kevin Merritt Karl Meyer Deno Micheli Ted Millar Craig Miller Gerald Miller Elaine Milligan Thomas Mitchell Monique Modelo Jeff Montanez Eva Monteverde Robbie Moore Jennifer Mule Tracy Mullicane Michael Munoz Anita Murdock Ronald Murray Bryan Myers Terri Nay Blain Neilsen 'What was his last name again?" Barbara Padilla Hae Soo Park Cynthia Parscal Dorraine Paslay Donald Pasley Mike Pato Julie Pattison Caren Patton Maureen Patton David Peacock Charlie Peralta Rebecca Pereira Debbie Perez Dawn Perkey Rich Perry Dane Petersen Edward Peterson Christopher Phillips Judith Phipps Kathleen Piper Bob Plummer Roberto Porto Margaret Potter Don Prather Bret Nissen Gary Noack Lorne Nordmeyer Eric Odegard Mike Olenchalk Gary Oliver Cathi O'Neal Janell Ortega Ron Owen Diane Prewitt Debra Provine Owen Purdy David Reano Troy Redfearn Debra Reed Estelle Reed Patrick Reed Bert Reese Eric Reyes Isidro Reyes Martin Riccabona Michael Riccabona Eleanor Ridolfi Jeannine Riebschlager Greg Rightmire Jolene Riley Kevin Riordan Magdalena Rios April Rivera Stephen Rivera Ken Roa Tim Roa Terri Robbins Paula Roberts Theresa Robinson Louis Rocha Jackie Rodella Juliet Rodgers Joseph Rodregous Sharon Rogers Gilbert Romero Rick Romero Michael Rominger Rodney Romo Deanna Roquemore Elicia Ross Denise Rugg Sarah Ruiz John Russo Chris Ryan Jim Ryan Mark Ryan Marci Rye Mike Salazar Terry Sameron Kathryn Samuelson Wayne Schneider Kathryn Schultz Sherry Searle Sharon Sellars Stephen Seymour Michael Sharma Michael Shaw Steven Shelton Chris Shively Scott Shively Ken Shrum Maria Silveira Holly Silvera Diane Silveria Butch Simister Allenda Simpson Vanessa Skaggs Patricia Skinner Brook Sloan Korrine Smetzer Caroline Smith Jacque Smith Lisa Smith Randy Smith Sandra Smith Pamela Smithey David Solis Allen Sowell Donna Spahn John Spahn Doug Spainhower Brenda Sparks Tammy Speraw Richard Spohn Jeanniene Stadtler Rick Stallings Craig Standridge 'T -L-fr i I Candace Travis J. Troncosa Robin Troxell Lewis Turner Susan Turner John Uselton Charles Steelman Cheryl Steiner Karl Steinmetz Cathleen Steward Doug Stout Laura Stow Rod Stowers Steven Stuckey Sara Sutherland Sharon Sutton Brian Swanson Daniel Tam Elizabeth Tate Greg Taylor Kevin Taylor Lorie Taylor John Tedesco Lori Thames John Thibeau Wendy Thompson Gary Tiley Lydia Tom Richard Trabold Tammi Trammell "What a BABE," says Steph, Ginger, Jesse Valdez Dominic Vanni Andrew VanPelt Charles Vanwinkle Dewayne Vaughn Gustavo Vega Anna Vela Lesa Vetrano Paul Vienna Cathy Vlahiotis U Robert VonDeck Renee VonDrachek 'l can't believe we finally made lt", says Ginger. Lisa Walker - J Ken Wallace Gary Ware Harumi Waren Mark Watson John Weathers David Webb Larry Webb Amy Welch Donna Welty Jenese Westberry Joseph Westrup Kathy VonKraKau Ken Vosmera Lan Thi Vu Kandy Waldie Erin Walker Karen Walker Lynda Austin Charles Bentley Cory Bier Shailesh Bhakta Dennls Bland Jean Breen Paul Buckner Michael Cagie John Call Robert Campbell Jeff Chavls Klm Christopher Peter Cochran James Cress Deborah Coyne Jeffrey Darnall Donald Davis David Dellsle Gene Dinsmore Darren Dobson Wm. Douglas Cameron Edwards Edgar Eckl Bryon Edlridge Steven Emery Rudolph Engel Leonard Evon Delia Farnum Kristin Fox William Francis Tony Gabaldon Mark A. Garcia Laura Gavlna Pat Geck Michael Gonzales Sandra Gonzales Helen Graves Phlllip Gray Roy Griffin Stephen Gromacki Lester Hansen Deborah Hardt Ronald Heath Frederick Hercules Brook Hinton Linda Holt Ronnie Irwin Diane Zeil Jana Iverson Timothy Jackson Katharine Kail Deanne Kalebaugh Franklin Kelley Linda Kendrick Cynthia Kennaugh Dwayne Keyser Evn Klm Paul King Peter Kinsel Antlonne Lang Diane Leach Cindy Llewellyn Ben Magsayo Terry Malambri Richard Markison Jay Martelle Jeffrey Martin Elizabeth Marinez Susan Martinez Tommy Mason Bernice McEuln Michelle McEuin James McGill Tami Meeks Janice Mello Dana Mills Tami Moss Steve Nelson Donald Nicholas Robert Nilsson B. Norton Christian Obiague Mitchell O'Brien Timothy O'Keefe Boby Olson Margaret O'Neal Donna Palch Patricia Perez Ramon Perez Lloyd Petko Kathryn Powers Kendall Profant Anthony Ramirez Robert Rasters Shirley Rice Michael Riley nfl' James Robbins Michael Rocha John Romiti Patricia Rubio Juanita Sanchez Donnay Schroeder Don Shallenberger Randy Shepherd Ernest Silveria Ron Stanfill Brian Tapia Jeanette Thomas Martha Tiscareno Joseph Torres Monica Urenda Timothy Valum Shara Vistalli Mark Weaver Brian Weinert David West Daryl White Robin Wilson Janis Zachery Roger Whiting Debra Whitmire Cindy Whittaker Ginger Wilkinson Mark Willard Michelle Wing Nancy Winningham Denise Woodmansee Julie Wysoski Ricky Yakel Frank Zamora Viki Zanarini Also members of the class of 1979 W g ', u wiifv- ,r n A - 4 , V W . . Q A . , " rf- I .f I , . ,B .Q A.. A N -f - I - ' -8' . ' 1 , ' . , -, I .4 , -.4 I.. ' t - . , . F, 5 c ' 4 lv P 2 .- 4- x - '. , . Q" . , ' Iv.. V5 , 4.A J Lin I . a , v - 0' ' , f .U A ., - Q -V , J" - v X6 '7 " "-" " ' x V." -'W '- s ' , w f if ' ' nh' , As x . , . H 1 I . I. . :Jr 4 ir Q. - -J. -1,-' 'V . ' 50 V .1 H Q . 5 , , 3 , .r 'A ' '. ' 4. .......-4 . .Y ' ., , . -5-111-' -A Q X 1 vvvfigtl, . V, 1,1 if '-" - I' .D V ' Q. ' V, 4' Q , ' 1 bbw . Tx Y , I -wa A I , ' , 'fttffn' ' ' 1' . , -,, ,aw nz J ' 1 , 1. V' ,v.-F. .rr '- 1 ' 4- ' ' W if in 'X A. . . 1 ee I. - L - ,-,,. .,, -1 ' 232: E ,x gr 1 x., '2 4 -- -sq- 'JP' " I-s 7 ff I' .aff dl" .QQ 471 u in 49" x X X .- Hu V. 4 Q3 . fr-fi ?"j ::.-. 7, ?,f' , p ,. -. ing, fi Y 'rt 'f ' H, 3 1 I v "-' f QWQ " Q R: af, f .4.. ' -.1-V., W. +5 I ,- 'H .:4 nYJ 1 f f 1 A .K 1'l I' 3 l x 1 in 5' I V -K' A A J L ,Q 1, -A. The Class of 79 At the beginning of the year we had 3S550.00. Our Junior year was a very profitable one. lt was important to raise as much money as possible so next year there would be no financial problems. We had many money making projects throughout the year. We started out with night school sales Monday through Thursday, then cokes at school dances and football games, a disco dance, Valentine Post office, selling mistle toe during Christmas, also flowers at the Country Fair Day, class dues, class float and Junior Prom. The two biggest events this year were the Homecoming float and the Jr. Prom. I'm proud to say they were both a great success. The float theme was "lt's Our Time In "79". The Junior Prom theme was "A Place in the Sun". Our colors were yellow, orange, and red. The band was Self-Expressions. Class T-Shirts are being ordered with out class motto, "Lettin' it Shine in 79". We have a great class with fantastic ideas that will shine throughout our Senior year, and make it a memorable experience.! Flight now our class budget is over S2,500. Peggy Burk - Junior Class President Class Officers President - Peggy Burk Vice-President - Renee Campbell Treasurer - John Thibeau Secretary - Kelly Drollinger A Place In The Sun. Your gonna' find your place in the sun and such were the students on the evening on March 4, 1978 when the Juniors put on their annual class dance. Starting at 9 O'clock lasting until 1 O'clock in the morning, the Juniors and their guests celebrated the joyful occasion. The day before the dance, the Juniors with help from a few senior friends transformed the high school cafeteria into a place of dance and song, a place in the sun with colors of bright natural earth tones of reds, yellows, and oranges. From the bay area came the band "Self Expressions". All in all the students enjoyed themselves to their extremes and stored in their minds a night to remember. ills .-,n'o' .W J., -lfnglfnlil x -1-fit"-.. 'Tn' 'I , ,g,.4,.,.5 U, . In 5' ' 'L " 2 1 . -it I ' fx' ' J I ff .Q 'Wi' .ff ' 1 l I . themselves. Top Left: Thus begins a night to remember. Top Middle: The Picos look good tonight. Gary Pico and Ann Georgen. Top Right: Hey, you think this picture will ever be in the annuaI'7 Bottom Left: Graduates of the Mr. Cook Dance Academy. Bottom Right: The band, Self Expression expressing -if I 115 x .1 W .lbw We Y :ff-'TJ : , , I, Q A .Mk 4122 ll, . f ,N xr, I T N 3 ' I ... .,, K! I... aww r. . ,.. . 'L ,x in QW .Y 4333, Talent Show Far Bottom Left: Gene, Gene, the Dancing Machine and his Fabulous Plastic Worms, fLtoRJ Ted Mays, Dennis Dodd, Ferris Anthony, and Dale Zimmerman. Far Bottom Right: Chris Cowgill dances to an exotic jazz rhythm. Top Left: "We're havin' some fun now, hey folks?" says emcee Doug Ogg. To Right: Leslie Jackson opens the show with song which is warmly received by the audience. Bottom Left: Rene Burnett, Debbie Nordine and Peggy Nordine combine for a lively folk song. Bottom Right: Julie lmber and Chris Ramirez perform a rhythmic dance number. , '45-n Country Fair Day 78 1.-5. ,rj VR. fl?-1 Clockwise from above far left: "Day on the Brown". Peggy Burk samples a Spanish Club created Burrito. Rockin' out with Rainbows End. James Gray and Deanna Roquemore the Flower Girl. John "Frogman" Thibeau at his best. The 1978 Country Fair Day was held on Friday, May 26, on the Prairie area. As always, Student Board sponsored the event, with Dana Dowell serving as chairman. The many clubs and organizations involved in the fun joined together to make it a very enjoyable event. The band "Rainbows' End" kept the crowd on their feet while ping pong and volleyball kept them in shape. Also in conjunction with the Fair was the Don Sander's Slave Sale. Don Sanders, a Senior at Antioch as seriously injured when his motorcycle collided with a moving car earlier this year. A special fund was established which consisted of proceeds from the Slave Sale and donations from the crowd. Over S150 was raised to defer his medical costs. This years Country Fair Day signified that students can have fun while doing something for someone else. I 177 7 G-sv an ,ps 'Q S .lr .' flip' Vi 1-sy., fv 1 5 l .V I . W , Q in NH. 3 fkks dv 000 .1 I Growth: Academic 180 Q' Morning Announcements Just a reminder to all students and faculty that we will be on a special schedule today due to the Spirit Week Assembly. "Marvelous Mark" from radio station KFRC will be here to present KFRC's "Team of the Week Award" to A.H.S. Panthers. Students are urged to give Marvelous a warm reception. Attention: Seniors: Applications for the Elmo Rather Mather's Industrial Academic Youth Leadership Citizenship of Tomorrow Participation in Community Council Involvement in Botanical, Electrical, or Physically Vocal Music Sciences for the Ambidextrous Boys' Choir Scholarship are now availble in the Counseling office. Completed applications are due by July 1, 1978, and must be accompanied by a 500-word essay explaining how all of the above are interelated to your role as an Antioch High School student. Don't forget- Tonight is the big "Spirit Week Dance." Guest D.J.'s Disco Doug and the Scotteroo will be playing the hits and taking requests all evening until 12:00 midnight! All the sounds to shake the grounds! You'll be hearing Jazz Swing, Country, Religious Hymns and Hers! Thrill to the Polka Party, boogie down with Beethoven, get down with rockin' romantic moods courtesy of Mantovani and the Nuns! March to tunes for tots and slide, slide, slide to the funk of disco! It's all happening tonight at 8:00 in the cafeteria! So be there- RTW or be square! Admission is 750: for studnets and 506: with a student body card! So it you can't remember, then don't forget-tonight at 8:00! Student body cards will be on sale again today during both lunches in the cafeteria for only 84.00. Not only does a student body card entitle you to free admission to many school events, but it also entitles you to: A heated kidney shpaed pollla microwave ovenldon't watch the food cookllA Dyna-Gumll'll personally demonstrate it in the privacy of your own homeJ!A king-size, titanic, unsinkabl Molly Brown waterbed with polivendumfa fool-proof plan, and an airtight alibilreal simulated indian Jewelry!A Gucci Shoe tree!A years supply of antibioticslA personnaly autographed picture of Randy Mantooth, and Bob Dylan's new unlisted phone number!A beautifully restored third reich swizzle stick!Rosemary's Baby!!A dream date in knee pads with Paul William!A new Matador-A new Mastodon-A Maverick-A Mustand-A Montego-A Merc Montclair-A Mark IV-A Meteor-A Mercedes-A MG-Or A Malibu-A Mark Moriarti-A Masserati-A Mack Truck-A Mazda-A New Monza-Or A Moped-A Winnebago! A Whole Herd of Winnebago's were given' them away-Or How About a McCollough Chain Saw?-A Las Vegas wedding-A Mexican Divorce-A Solid Gold Kama Sutra Coffee Pot-Or, A Baby's Arm Holding an Apple!-Or a poke in the eye with a blunt stick! Here's Ted . . . ,V THANKS DOUG! The Antioch High Varsity Soccer Team finished an undefeated season by winning the North Coast Section Championship yesterday against Granada. Final Score: 10-6. Dennis Dodd, Ted Mays, Tom Mountain, Mark Nichol, Doug Ogg, Dave Peterson, Mike Shaw, Stan Smith, Howard Thompson, and Dale Zimmerman each scored one goal. Good luck to the team as they go on to the state championships. Applications are now available for the Caucasian-American Cultural Heritage Honor Scholarship. If you are of Caucasian descent and maintained a grade-point average of 2.4 or above, you may be eligible for this highly coveted award! More information is available in the counseling office. Faculty are reminded not to park in the student parking lot. Any faculty member found parking in the student lot will be severely reprimanded. . Don't forget: Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Dues are on sale every day in the cafeteria. -vt-vfjvi -',,,....--- If you're looking for that perfect gift for that special girl or guy to let them know just how you feel about them, then look no further. Yes, l'm speaking of course of those beautiful imported hand-crafted Antioch High School pencils, available only in the Main Office. These great pencils are only 10d: and come in four exciting colors. They're good for your school, and a good deal for you. God Save the Queen! Attention all A.H.S. Punk Rockers: "The Palmer"-Those Outragious master of Avant-garde Studebaker Raunch-n-Roll will perform today during lunch. The Palmers will be playing all their hits, including "Cruisin' Down the Fabian Freeways" "Disco Pay-ToiIet", and "Ciff Notes." Members Young Doug Lude, Scott Allen Poe. Stan Spitz, Medd Tays and Dallas Zimbo provide a show that shouldn't be missed. That's today, during lunch in the cafeteria. Thank You, and this completes the Morning Announcements. V5 Top Left Corner: Holly Silvera, Index. Dawn Campbell and Mark Nichol, General Activities. Top Lett Center: Craig Blomberg, Anne Oberg, and Janet Hardy, Ads. Top Right Center: Kellye Cook, Typing. Far Top Right: Theordore Mays, Special Activities. Dorris McGarr, Organizations. Jerry DeMoss, Ads. Bottom Left Corner: Kathryn Mayer, Editor. Denni Zeker Dodd and Thomas Mountain, Sports. Bottom Left Center: Tami Edwards, Sophomores and Juniors. Bottom Right Center: Colleen Gurule and Carrie Kraft, Seniors. Bottom Far Right: Wanted for ivy eating and still at large, Ted Mays. 184 Gift gl dp.-' va If f i ' 'tl ,Ll , X. ill s'- 1978 Yearbook Staff F r 1 ,Aw Q A ' 4 .54 I If 185 54 Q af y , V li ,, A -- ,, 1 iv' 1 ' Qgga- X, ' 'W Q ui ' X' A - -1, 1 fi 5 f f FJ 2' ,vvl xl Ns din 3 V if ,L X 's - I , 3, V . E 5 il -F gk' ' ,, -. Q. 'fy Q 1 . '- R ,. -fl 1 7 1- 'V K 1... M' A, I- iff: ' " K l . ......1,..,.. , '- ' A :V K ' , T FE. 1? , Q4 -' ll. .gif 'fd -...3 -gm Lal"-'f" - 1, X -'ff' -in pq... Speech And Debate ilk' r ..r l '32 A b ' 'l iilli if -4-if XL. A 7, Q. ae.. Top Left: First Flow: Lisa Bulfinch, Laura Rodriques, Lillian Chan, Mrs. Kopczens- ki. Second Row: Mark Ryan, Evelyn Gyi, Donna Weltry, Elizabeth Bellini. Third Flow: Mark Nichol, Doug Ogg, Last Flow: Ted Mays, Mike Frediani, Glenn Phipps. Top Flight: Mrs. Kopczenski explains her ways to John Sexton. Bottom: The class in action. X " Thespians and Golden Arch Players Denise Stares, Kevin Shellooe, Gary Oliver, Doug Ogg, Pat Manning, Paul Douthit, DeAnn Gonzalez, Lori McCreary, Ted Mays, Meaghan Hardes- ty, and Ted Powell. . 'vu Block " " Members Emblem " " Members Scott Allen, Ferris Anthony, Kevin Bean, Carl Beckwith, Keith Beckwith, Scott Bergerhouse, Ken Bilbo, Frank Billeci, Dan Carden, Marc Crockett, Darryl Corzine, Tom Danner, Gordy Darling, George DelMonte, John Dominquez, Bill Douville, Jim Drollinger, Frank Esposito, Alex Fierros, Dave Fuhrmann, Scott Funke, Joe Gleason, Richard Hammett, Jeff Jensen, Doug Jones, Jerry Jones, Bill Kendrick, Tony Lang, Chappie Lasan, Richard Lisa, Adam Littlefield, Mark Long, Reuben Luna, Darrel Maccarter, Tim Manly, Craig Marquardt, Ron McCall, Ted Millar, Tom Moore, Mike Morales, Art Nash, Mark Nichol, Gary Noack, Eric Odgard, Mike Olenchalk, Hal Paris, Mark Paslay, Mike Pato, Gary Pico, Ray Redfield, Frang Reibeiro, Gary Ridolfi, Frank Riebschlager, Mark Robinson, Louie Rocha, Rick Romiti, Chris Ryan, Jim Ryan, Mike Schwitters, Mike Shaw, Chris Shively, Mark Short, Brook Sloan, Randy Smith, Rick Spohn, Greg Taylor, Rich Taylor, John Thibeau, Howard Thompson, Rich Trabold, John Vallis, Pat Welch, Dave Westberry, Mark Willard, Jeff Wynn, Ken Vosmera, Frank Zamora. 1 Cindy Clatterbuck, Tami Edwards, Jeanne Gilbert, Lori Martin, Clarissa Montgomery. 189 Edwards Julie Fairhurst Chavez Brenda Buford Bac Antioch Police Officer Doyle moore, Barry Bookman Pat Brian Rodgers, Jim Drollinger, Flodgers, Brent lnbel, Vinent T Kevin Pires, Berry Bambeau, Front Row: lLtoFli Randy Swane , ' . 'T , M h l l Kinsel. Bottom Row: How man, cadets can fit into a patrol car? 190 Police Cadets Judy Anderson, Martha Bamlord, Laurie Brandt, Peggy Burk, Lana Casey, Colleen Carrollo, Shirley Casa, Cindy Clatterbuck, Chris Cowgill, Karen Cunningham, Marianne Dameron, Shelly Davidson, Selena DelFavero, Keely Drollinger, Robin Drolllnger, Tami Edwards, Seline Escobar, Chris Feller, Renee Flora, Ann Georgen, Jeanne Gilbert, Patty Gilbert, Kathy Gilligan, Vicki Gonzales, Roxanne Gould, Margo Grabus, Michele Greeff, Evelyn Gyl, Marie Hadjuk, Denise Heapy, Carolyn Howe, Debbie Humlston, Jill Keller, Janice Little, Lori Martin, Elaine Milligan, Tracy Mulllcane, Clarissa Montgomery, Anita Murdock, Terri Nay, 'Patty Ortiz, Lynda Pierce, Robin Robinson, Wilma Robinson, Ruth Riley, -Carrie Sheffield, Jackie Sherwood, llenda Simpson, Pam Smithey, Sheri tormes, Kim Taunt, Sandy Thomas, endy Thompson, Anne Vela, Kay osmera, Helen Wertz. Mr. Chuck Adams, Debi Borders, Dennis Dodd, Carol Dominquez, Melan- ie Ewing, Terry Fields, Janet Hull, Helen Harris, Curt Henderson, Diane McCourte, Bernice McEuin, Kathy Martin, Ted Mays, Doug Ogg, Albert Speer, Gary Stares, Julie Wysoski. Debi Borders, Dennis Dodd, Carol Dominguez, Melanie Ewing, Janet Hull, Helen Harris, Diane McCourte, Bernice McEuin, Kathy Martin, Ted Mays, Doug Ogg leditor and publisherl, Gary Stares, Julie Wysoski. 192 "Young Journalists "Between the Lines" Sta .ii LL4 German Club Spanish Club Julie Baggett, Jan Bell, Craig Blomberg, Paul Cain, Sharon Campbell, Lana Casey, Laura Clark, Chris Connolly, Leanne Durham, Rhonda Farley, Kim Freier, Steph Goodson, Joe Gonsalves, Roxznne Gould, Michele Greeff, Barbar- a Hall, Linda Kelley, Susan Ketring, Ted Mays, Tracy Mullicane, Debbra McElhaney, Doug Ogg, Maureen Patton, Kim Payne, Mark Nichol, Robin Robin- son, Jacquelyn Sherwood, Mike Snyder, Caroline Smith, Sandra Thomas, Dale Zimmerman. Brenda Avila, Christina Baran, Louis Cannon, Laura Coria, Cecilia De La Cerda, Renee Dellinger, Renne Flora, Mike Frediani, Cecilia Gilbert, Jeane Gilbert, Tina Guevara, Cecilia Misquez, Lupe Montes, Rocco Papalia, Maureen Patton, Glenn Laura Stairs, Diana Robert Pardi, Laura Peralta, Phipps, Stephanie Quesada, Rodriquez, John Russo, Denise Kathy Thompson, John Vallis, Vega, Rose Saenz, Paul Yanez, Jeanette Noia, Eileen Gordon, Heather Durbin, Sandy Cone. 193 CSF James Adair, Paul Cain, Kevin Curtis Sherry Davis, Dana Dowell, Renee Flora Alan Fossett, Renee Fuentes, Michae Frediani, Jeanae Gilbert, Amy Hall, Richard Hammett, Doris Lee, Adam Littlefield, Shelly Lodge, Lori Martin, Jeanette Noia, Doug Ogg, Rooco Papalla iPresidenty, Glenn Phipps, Barbara Prewitt, Laura Rodriquez, Sally Rose, Chris Rubio, Yvette Schuartzberg, Kevin Shellooe, Manual Soliz, Mari Tonin, John Vallis, Marshal Wright, and Dale Zimmerman. Adam Austin, Martha Bamford, Keith Beckwith, Luann Buenting, Shirley Cesa, Tessa Chambers, Tracy Cline, Jill Colburn, Tim Crumpler, Teri Dimook, Jane Drury, Chris Feller, David Fuhr- man, Ann Georgen, Cecilia Gilbert, Michele Greeff, Sherrie Griffin, Elaine Milligan, Tracy Mulllcane, Eric Odegard, Timothy O'Keefe, April Rivera, Sharon Rogers, Chris Ryan, Sharon Sellars, Mike Shaw, Brain Swanson, Daniel Tam, John Thibeau, Wendy Thompson, Lydia Tom, and Kandy Waldie. Ken Adams, Tom Artz, Christina Baran, Colleen Carollo, Selena DelFavero, Paul Douthit, Jim Dupier, Heather Durbin, Juana Echeverria, Melanie Flora, Cheryl Francisco, Ted Irwin, Jeff Lodge, Gwen Mattson, Roselyn Mattson, Michael Paoli, Robert Pardi, Lene Pycior, Helen Ryan, Sheri Stormes, Todd Sutton, Joe Tedesco, Kathy Thompson, Sheri Thornton, and Roger Vaishville. 195 A Cappella Choir Vivian Adrian, Antonet Anderson, Jack Anderson, Marcie Arnold, Elona Ber- lingeri, Chris Bradshaw, Charlotte Claughton, Sandy Cone, Virginia Coon, Jane Crockett, Renee Dellinger, Paul Douthit, Shelley Downing, Duaine Eschliman, Alex Fierros, Scott Funke, Robin Goldman, Stephanie Goodson, James Gray, Ftichard Hammett, Kelly Hendrix, Missy Hilburn, Leslie Jackson, Monica Jones, Linda Kelley, Walter Loeblein, Pat Manning, Phylis Mathers, Lori McCreary, Michael McKeon, Michael Munoz, Vicky Murphy, Cindy Murray, Terri Nay, Debbie Nordine, Gary Oliver, Julie Pattison, Al Preston, Stephanie Quesada, John Ftomiti, Wayne Schneider, Kevin Shellooe, John Sowles, Vickie Springs, Craig Stan- dridge, Denise Stares, Kim Stephens, Brian Tapia, Kevin Taylor, Sandy Tucker, Paul Vernon, Brian Warthen, Carol Whitaker, Michelle Wing, Ira Worthen, Teresa Nunez, Sherry Wil- Iiams, Becky Hamilton. EA F- SQ., 1 f J , M ' -:.1ff,f A - . Stephanie Goodson, Sandy Tucker, Cindy Murray. l U , F J Lone Razors ,., J If Brian Warthen, Gary Oliver, James Gray, Kevin Taylor. Music Masters Rene Burnett, Sherri Burnett, Tim Crumpler, Shelley Downing, Charlotte Ekstrom, Alex Fierros, James Gray, Missy Hllburn, Brook Hinton, Leslie Jackson, Llnda Kelley, Pat Manning, Lori McCreary, Gary Oliver, Julie Pattison, Al Preston, John Flomiti, Kevin Shellooe, Mark Sorenson, Doug Spain- hower, Kevin Taylor, Dannette Wallace, Brian Warthen, Donna Welty, John McCraney. Jan Bell, Anna Bulfinch, Patty Cannon, Brian Dean, Jane Drury, Tami Edwards, Charlotte Ekstrom, Carol Evans, Melanie Flora, Renee Flora, Jeanne Gilbert, Kim Halsey, Leslie Jackson, Theresa Robinson, Mark Sullivan, Donna Welty, Roger Whiting, Mr. Young. Vivian Adrian, Tami Blackburn, Suzanne Brady, Jeannie Briley, Nancy Dickinson, Sharon Girard, Marie Greenhouse, Tanya llams, Stephanie Jimenez, Monica Jones, Janice Little, Mary Love, Vlctorla Murphy, Yvonne Ridolfl, April Rivera, Deanna Roquemore, Laura Stow, Danette Wallace, Sherry Wllliams, Tina Rios, Mrs. White. Jazz 22 Jazz 21 f if Audrey Arnall, Glen Babros, Chris Corral, David Collett, Roy Cooksey, Marc Crockett, Jef! Davis, Carol Evans, Dave Hasslinger, Brook Hinton, Ken Johnson, Dawn Kuehl, Sal Listek, Adam Littlefield, Andy Marchetti, John McCraney, Julie Rodgers, Mike Schuler, Mark Sullivan, Joe Westrup, Ken Young, Mr. Young. Joe Ayers, Ron Cluck, Steve Cross, Jeff Davis, Scott Davis, Brian Dean, Joe Gonzales, John Greer, Dave Hasslinger, John lsenbarger, Stan Kaln, Sal Listek, Todd Lopez, Andy Marchetti, John McCraney, Richard Philpott, Paul Rlebschlager, Denny Seelinger, Mickey Sloan, Brian Weinert, Roger Whltlng, Mr. Messina. 199 Cynthia Baldwin, John Berumen, Alisa Clardy, Flon Cluck, Steven Cress, Scott Davis, Gary Donatelli, Juana Echeverria, Terri Enos, Jennifer French, Joey Gonsalves, Carol Hammett, Antionette Hawkins, Denise Heapy, John lsen- barger, Stanly Kain, Darla Lindsey, Jeff Lodge, Andrea Madrigal, Jeffery Moore, Patricia Ortiz, Richard Philpott, Paul Riebschlager, Donna Schroeder, Mi- chael Schuler, Dennison Seelinger, Michelle Sloan, Sandra Thomas, Stanley Tobrock, Carmen Westhers, Todd Weinert, Helen Wertz, Joseph Westrup, Regina Woodmansee, Patty Gilbert. Symphonic Band Audrey Arnall, Glenn Babros, Jan Bell, Tamara Blackburn, Ann Bulfinch, Elizabeth Bulfinch, Jeffery Davis, Scott Davis, Tami Edwards, Charlotte Ek- strom, David Enfield, Carol Evans, Lynn Faletti, Renee Flora, Cecelia Gilbert, Jeanne Gilbert, Perry Girard, Joey Gonsalves, Cindy Granfors, John Greer, Shelly Groves, Davld Hasslinger, Kelly Hendrix, Lorl Kingsley, Dawn Kuehl, Darla Lindsey, Adam Littlefield, Andrew Marchetti, Danny Martinez, Johnny McCraney, Anita Murdock, Donald Nordlck, Patricia Ortiz, David Peacock, Barbara Prewltt, Theresa Robinson, Juliet Rodgers, Wendy Salvador, Kathryn Samuelson, Joe Sbranti, Don Shallenberger, Kathleen Stow, Steven Stuckey, Mark Sullivan, Stanley To- brock, Mari Tonin, Llsa Walker, Gary Ware, Donna Welty, Lori Wentz, Roger Whiting, Denise Woodmansee. Panther Band A J' at -- A Top: Just a few crazy members of the spirited club. Bottom: The 1977-78 Panther Rally Club. Missy Hilburn lPresidenti Carrie Aceves, Judy Ander- son, Kari Avalos, Donna Avila, Lora Banks, Penny Banks, Diane Bedford, Melissa Berumen, Tara Blrchler, Karrie Blomseth, Luann Buenting, Kristi Cabral, Renee Campbell, Colleen Carollo, Flavia Cesa, Shirley Cesa, Tessa Chambers, Annette Chavez, Sandy Cone, Kellye Cook, Letha Corzine, Chris Cowgill, Cindy Crampton, Janet Davenport, Shellie Davidson, Selena Delfavero, Tonja DeJesus, Lori Dimecurio, Dana Dowell, Shelly Down- ing, Keely Drollinger, Julie Fairhurst, Shane Felix, Debbie Fischer, Kathy Fitzsimonds, Sherry Fournier, Kris Fox, Becky Friensen, Trinnie Galagos, Sabrina Grijalva, Ann Georgen, Kathy Gilligan, Tami Giovanni, Margo Grabus, Tami Graziani, Amy Hall, Tammy Hall, Denise Heapy, Stacie Herrara, Paulette Hiebert, Cheryl Hill, Patty Himelick, Leanne Hutcheson, Kim Jenkins, Stephanie Jimenez, Sue Johnston, Jill Keller, Kenda Janice Lynch Mayer, Tracy Cyndee Koskey, Deanne Kuehl, Kuhl, Julie Lee, Kim Linshied, Little, Cherly Lucido, Tammy Joanne Marquardt, Kathryn Sheri Mercer, Tricia Mercado, Mullicane, Terri Nay, Kathy O'Neal, Dorraine Pasley, Judith Phipps, Lynda Pierce, Julie Poe, Denise Polta, Carol Ramirez, Diane Rebstock, Joy Renfor, Marty Richardson, Susan Richardson, Jeannine Riebschalger, Ruth Riley, Deanne Roquemore, Marci Rye, Kathy Sameulson, Jeannifer Slino, Holly Silvera, Kendy Simpson, Sheri Stormes, Denee Torrano, Michelle Torrano, Tammy Tramell, Lesa Vertran- o, Kathy VanKrakau, Candy Waldie, Ginger Wilkenson, Rena Williams, Julie Wysoski. 202 Rally Club 'X if-n-QQ-4i?"f'S Z' A ,S f ' 1 Top: The 1977-78 Songleaders. LtoR 5 3 Annette Chavez, Kathy VonKrakau, Tami Afu,, -I -- Giovanni, Kim Jenkins, Susan Richardson - g - wig , iHeadJ, Melissa Beruman, and Kellye Cook. Middle: This is comedy. Bottom: Kim Jenkins takes a cruise around the floor. Give Us A Song The songleaders attended the National Cheerleaders Association songleading camp at Chico on June 18th through the 21st. They received the Spirit Stick, Superior Trophy, Sweepstakes Trophy, and Awards of Excellence plaque. Approximately 63 ribbons were received. Annette Chavez and Susan Richardson were chosen from the NCA songleaders to be instructors for the following summers. At the Talent Show, the songleaders used red wings made out of yarn to do the "fanny farkle" skits. - 203 Varsity Cheerleaders Varsity Cheerleaders: LtoFl Denee Torrano, Amy Hall, Stacie Herrera, Shelly Downing lHeadl, and Julie Falrhurst. The J.V. and Varsity Cheerleaders also attended the National Cheerleaders Association Camp at Chico on June 18th through the 21st. The J.V. cheerleaders received an excellent award during competition and the varsity received a superior award. The varsity cheerleaders 'also received a Plaque of Excellence. Together they received a Spirit Stick. The cheerleaders also took part in the "fanny farkle" skits. 204 W. A-K' J .V. Cheerleaders 4 l J.V. Cheerleaders: LtoR Denise Grijalva, Theresa Peal, Jody Reel lHeadJ, and Top Rhondi Harris. I Thought I he Saw a Puddy Cat 2 5 . " X U 'xi K. I ' R5 , X , N2 M 'i i J 1" ,X :K fi Top: The Cool Cat Tricia Mercado. Bottom: The Antioch Paniher Mascotts Tricia Mercado and Denise Polta. . x, ,151 ' 1K !lg The Stickflippers Top: The Antioch Panther Majorettes, Dianne Borunda, Donna Welty, Deeanne Kuehl, and Cecilia De La Cerda. Bottom: This is how we follow the dotted line. .. '.1.L ' b...'.oA 207 2 Scott Davis, Joe Gonzalves, Cindi Granfers, Anita Murdock, Lisa Walker and Helen Wertz. Glenn Babros and Mark Sullivan. Drum Majors Rifle Squad P3l'lthGl'9t1ISS Color Guards l "' ' 5 ' -" -.- x. ' Lu.. g '.-inugri-1 "1 2 Donna Avila, Luann Beunting, Flenee Campbell, Cindy Clatterbuck, Ann Georgen, Sue Johnston, Sherry Mercer, and Jeannin Fliebschlager. fx,-hu Judy Anderson, Audrey Arnall, Karen Carthage, Shirley Cesa, Jennifer Davis, Keely Drollinger, Charlotte Ekstrom, Becky Foster, Barbara Fournier, Kim Grabus, Marie Hajduk, Dawn Kuehl, Michelle Lopez, Monica Madrigal, Peggy McKenery, Diane Prewitt, Carol Ramirez, Kathy Samuelson, Shari Sautter, Mari Tonin, and Denise Woodmansee 209 Scholarship Ceremony CSF CERTIFICATES AND LIFE MEMBERS Paul Cain Richard Hamett Sherrie Davis Stacie Herrera Dana Dowell Doris Lee Renee Flora Gay Moody Alan Fossett Jeanette Noia Michale Frediani Rocco Papalia Renee Fuentes Glenn Phipps Jeanne Gilbert Barbara Prewitt Amy Hall CSF BOOK SCHOLARSHIPS Glenn Phipps-Renee Flora NATIONAL MERIT Letters of Commendation- Paul Cain Theodore Mays Laura Rodriquez Sally Rose Yvette Schvartzberg Kevin Shellooe Manual Soliz Howard Thompson John Vallis Marshal Wright Edward Pearson Rocco Papalia BANK OF AMERICA PLAQUE WINNERS Fine Arts - Kevin Shellooee Science 8t Mathematics - Rocco Papalia Liberal Arts - Arlene Reis Vocational Arts - Chris Rubio CALIFORNIA STATE SCHOLARSHIPS Debra Adair Greg Ashby Jan Bell Michelle Burnett Michelle Buys Cindy Clatterbuck Sherrie Davis Lawrence Fossett Renee Fuentes Jeanne Gilbert Nelson Magsayo Theodore Mays Mark Nichol Jeanette Nois Julia Page Rocco Papalia David Pereira Glenn Phipps Aldon Peston Raymond Redfield COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY GRANTS Sherrie Davis Nelson Magsayo Theodore Mays Clarissa Montgomery Thomas Roche Laura Rodriquez Kevin Shellooe Stanford Smith Manuel Soliz Debra Streeter Mark Sullivan John Vallis Robert Vieira Everett Westmorel and William Kendrick David Pereira Thomas Roche Debra Streeter Daralyn Tatro OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION 8 TRAINING GRANTS Sherri Davis Karen Macaluso Shari Petersen Debra Streeter BASIC EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY GRANTS Davey Brown Anthony Cano John Cano Josephine Cardinale Shari White Sherrie Davis William Kendrick Mark Nichol Lisa Nebergall ANTIOCH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY Douglas Ogg - Craig Blomberg TAMI ROHLFS MEMORIAL Michael Frediani INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC - ANTIOCH BAND BOOSTERS Jeanne Gilbert - Anna Bulfinch - Roy Cooksey HOMESTEAD SAVINGS 81 LOAN Shelley Downing I 210 FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE NURSES' Susan Kight - Catherine Wener ODD FELLOWS LODGE 151, ANTIOCH Bev Breding MU ALPHA THETA Michael Frediani . CHARLES E. STANLEY SCOTTISH RITE Victoria Murphy DELTA ART Lisa Lombardi GRAND LODGE SONS OF ITALY Rocco Papalia AIR FORCE ACADEMY John Vallis DELTA KIWANIS CLUB Kevin Curtis CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Marshal Wright KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Christine Ramirez CLASSES OF 1973!1976 Renee Fuentes CALIFORNIA SCHOOL EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION CHAPTER H85 Manuel Soliz Greg Ashby Sherry Rebstock Jeanette Noia Mari Tonin Terri Bond CHUCK STAPLETON Alex Fierros DELTA SANDS SCHOLARSHIP QROP HORTICULTUREI Denise Quesada KIWANIS CLUB ANTIOCH Robert Vieira CALIFORNIA INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Adam Littlefield NORRIS HENSLEY SCHOLARSHIP Edward Lippert JAMES L. MILLARD Adam Littlefield DOW SCHOLAR James Adair BAY AREA ENGINEERS WEEK Rocco Papalia CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER YOUTH FOUNDATION Jeff Sloan ANTIOCH GARDEN CLUB Hal Paris SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL CLUB OF ANTIOCH Lori DiMercurio HEALDS COLLEGE Laurie Georgen DVCILMC PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP Carl Beckwith - Jeanne Gilbert J.F. KENNEDY SCHOLARSHIP Laura Rodriquez ALAMEDA-CONTRA COSTA COUNTY HEALTH SCHOLARSHIP Kevin Shellooe NIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIP ACHIEVEMENT RECOGNITION ral Roberts University Marshal Wright Greenville Michael Frediani Kevin Shellooe Glenn Phipps ollege Jeanne Gilbert Yvette Schvartzberg Rhonda Pinion t Mary s College Kathy Cross Gay Moody Jeanette Noia Marshal Wright t Mary s Athletic Scholarship Laura Clark Alan Fossett Richard Hammett Dale Zimmerman mverslty of California Berkeley Laura Rodrlquez Rocco Papalia Paul Cain Tam: Edwards eanne Gilbert Davls Michael Fredlanl Amy Hall Howard Thompson Manuel Soliz Kathy Morgan nlverslty of the Pacific William Kendrick Amy Hall John Vallis receives a full scholarship from The United States Air Force Academy. Cindy Miranda, Mr. Ryan, and Glenn Phipps share a moment at the podium. Hello Dolly .f Clockwlse from above left: Kevin Shellooe as Horace Vandergelderg Julie Pattison as Dolly Levig Lori McCreary and Gary Oliver as Mrs. Molloy and Corneliusg Brian Villanueva and Doug Spalnhower as the Dancing Walters: Laura Eakin and Debbie Grossen as Townspeople wiih Julie Pattison: Missy Hllburn as Minnie Faye. Left: Cornelius and Barnaby: Gary Oliver and James Gray. v 2 JOURNALISM AWARD "Staffer of the Year" Doug Ogg DRAMA AWARDS Best Thespians - Kevin Shellooe Brian Villanueva - Best Technical Theatre Contribution - Robert Swanson - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Drama - Brian Villanueva SCIENCE AWARDS - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Laboratory Science - Michael Frediani - 37th Annual Westinghouse Science Talent Search - Honors Group - Michael Frediani Amy Hall Rocco Papalia Engineers Week Scholarship Rocco Papalia - 3rd Place Univ. of Nevada Junior Science Symposium Michael Frediani Rocco Papalia 25th San Francisco Bay Area Science Fair Biological Science - Grad 12 1st - Craig Blomberg 2nd - Michael Frediani 3rd - Amy Hall - Glenn Phipps Special Awards - U.S. Army - Rocco Papalia U.S. Air Force - Carol Kubacki Behavioral Science - Grade 12 2nd - Sherri Davis Biological Science - Grade 11 1st - Susan Merman Behviora . Behavioral Science - Grade 11 2nd - Sharon Sutton N.A.S.A. - Youth Science Congress Craig Blomberg Bausch!Lomb - Outstanding Student Award Rocco Papalia Chemical Industries Council - Prject Competition g 1st - Craig Blomberg 2nd - Michael Frediani 3rd - Susan Merman Soroptimists - Youth Citizenship Award - Doug Ogg Foreign Language Awards Spanish - Diploma De Merito - 3rd Year Awards Awards Assembly James DeMoss Renee Flora Alan Fossett Michael Frediani Susan Merman Rocco Papalia Glenn Phipps 2nd Year Awards Jeanne Gilbert Jeanette Noia Barbara Prewitt German - Ehrenurkunde 3rd Year Awards Leanne Durham Barbara Hall Linda Kelley 2nd Year Awards Jan Bell Laura Clark Terri Dimock 1 Year Awards Ken Adams Marianne Agua Lori Kingsley Spanish!German John Russo Christine Ramirez Arlene Reis Laura Rodriquez Manuel Soliz Denise Stares John Vallis Marshal Wright Rosalinda Saenz Howard Thompson Michele Greeff Craig Marquardt Lori McCreary Melanie Flora Roger Vaishville - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Foreign Language - Craig Marquardt DELTA ART ASSOCIATION AWARDS - Outstanding Girl Award - Lisa Lombardi - Outstanding Boy Award - Joe Gonzales BUSINESS EDUCATION AWARDS - Outstanding Business Students - 150 or more credits in Business Education, with 3.50 GPA or abovel Josepha Antonacci Pamela Daniels Laurie Georgen Kathy Morgan Rhonda Pinion Chris Rubio Stephanie Goodson Yvette Schvartzberg - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Business - Laurie Georgen ALLIED CHEMICAL - Outstanding Chemistry Student - Timothy Crumpler INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATIONS - V.I.C.A. Service Awards - Ernest Dominguez Sue Kight Adam Littlefield PLASTICS AWARDS - Outstanding Achievement - Tim Buck Mark A. Garcia IGr. 125 Jody Stanley - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Trades 81 Industry Adam Littlefield PHYSICS IAmerican Association of Physics Teachersi - Outstanding Physic Student - Keith Beckwith MATH AWARDS Q - Mathematics Association of America Examination - Top score - Rocco Papalia 2nd -Michael Frediani 3rd -Cameron G. Edwards - California Stare Polytechnic University Math Contest Top Score - Alan Fossett 2nd -Manuel Soliz 3rd -Jeanne Gilbert - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Mathematics - Alan Fossett PACIFIC TELEPHONE COMPANY - Outstanding Business Student Rhonda Pinion - Outstanding Electronics Student - Russell Noack VOCAL MUSIC Most Valuable Vocalist - James Gray Most Outstanding Vocalist - Aldon Preston Most industrious Vocalist - Brian Warthen Most Outstanding Leadership - Kevin Shellooe Most Outstanding Service - Patrick Manning - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in field of Music - Leslie Jackson HOME ECONOMICS AWARDS - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in the field of Home Economic - Janan Munns LIBRARY AWARDS - Bank of America Certificate of Merit in the field of English - Shelley Downing Library Award Winners Paul Cain Glenn Phipps ' Kyoung Lee Laura Rodriguez Mark Paslay INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AWARDS - Outstanding Achievement - Charlotte Ekstrom Glenn Babros Barbara Prewitt Mark Sullivan Adam Littlefield Jeanne Gilbert DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - Good Citizenship Award - Denise Statres T.V. PRODUCTIONS - R.O.P. Certificates of Completion - Most Outstanding - Richard Cross Outstanding Achievement - Chris Hagen Clark Hopper AMERICAN LEGION - Girls State Representative - Peggy Burk Renee Campbell - Alternate Leanna Hutcheson - Alternate - Boys State Representative - John Thibeau Mike Shaw Gary Bras Ernest Dominguez AMERICANISM ESSAY AWARD - First Place Essay Award for District 9 American Legion Auxiliary - Contra Costa County Winner - Helen Ryan lSophomoreJ Citation of Merit Amy Hall STUDENT GOVERNMENT AWARDS Craig Bomberg Carol Kubacki Brenda Bufford Cythia Miranda Peggy Burk Douglas Ogg Rene Burnett Glenn Phipps Renee Campbell Marty Richardson Derek Davis Ruthie Riley Dana Dowell Laura Rodriquez Shelley Downing John Thibeau Kelly Drollinger Howard Thompson Michael Frediani Carol Whitaker Carol Hammett Robert Vieira Richard Hammett Dale Zimmerman ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE - Certificates of Service - Jack Anderson Tamara Edwards Brian Rodgers ' Barry Bookman Brent Engle William A. Rogers Brenda Buford Julie Fairhurst Michael Schuler Annette Chavez Patrick Manning Randy Swaney James Drollinger Howard Kinsel Vincent Thomson AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY - Most Oustanding Chemistry Student - Christine Feller SPEECH AND DEBATE - Lion Club Speech Contest - Local Winners Brook Hinton - Laura Rodriquez - Department Awards - Best Speaker - Glenn Phipps Most Improved Speakers - Elizabeth Bulfinch - Evelyn Gyi Most Creative Speakers - Amy Hall - Randy Larsen - State Meet Qualifiers in "A" Debate - Glenn Phipps A Laura Rodriquez Michael Frediani Mark Ryan GEMCO AWARD , A - Gemco Scholarship Award in Political Science 81 Economics - Glenn Phipps BOYS ATHLETIC AWARD - Most Valuable Senior Ahtlete - Tom Moore PERFECT ATTENDANCE Richard Hammett Glenn Phipps Randy Swaney Orbit Art Top Left: Danette thinks, Ahh, the perfect gift! Below: Kathryn wonders, What's inside? Bottom Left: Debbie says, "They're all so nice, I can't decide". '.- l H I ,. Q5 f-Xijif 45: 'WK ...J 'U'-"-if Reach Group Randy Calisesi, Dave Camera, Stoney Cooper, MaryAnn Delgado, Dave Dube, Bill Duncan, Georgia Jones, Carrie Kraft, Tame Meeks, Barbra Paterson, Brian Teague, Rich Trabold, Robin Troxell, Tracy Turner: Not pictured: Rosy Davalos, Anita Miller, Mike O'Brian, and Doug Weaver. Instructor, Jim Sanford. Lora Banks, LeAnn Durham, Debbie Huminston, J.J. Johnson, Lenny Lively, Sue McKnight, Rob Moore, Mitch O'Brian, Russ Pitts, Debbie Reed, Greg Rocha, Mike Salazar, Don Sanders, and Tracy Tonzog Instructor: Shirley Mar- chetti. 217 Round and Round The Merry-Go-Round Each and every year there is a wild and confusing event at Antioch High School known as "The Merry- Go-Round." The second semester this year was no different. 'Round and 'Round the gym hundreds of students scurried and scrambled about, signing up for their classes, while the teachers sat numbly watching it go on and on. Far Left It looks like we re going to be here for a while!" Bottom Left: Bewildered students pause in the confusion of the Merry-Go-Round. Top Left: Students check out of the gym after signing up for classes. Top Right: So many students are eager to sign up for English classes! Far Right: Peggy McKenery discusses a problem with Mr. Sloan during the Merry-Go-Round. Center Right: The calm in the center of the storm. A H- 'FL :N t . r- M In fri: ' 2 -6-:gf TEH 1 ' v x Fw Jn ix 1 'L 1,-. 1 :1-'J -.? - V Y 3 ' ' '95 1, 41' " " 'Q 11 '.5'4-5133, . "-H I TL. -44 ,. , eggs 'fi -.633 qv' i '-4 ' wg' . lv ffl 4 ' 4 Ulf. 12" ix. , A- c 1 3 ,,....f- Tfi W l' 45-f"ff.a niet. Y, 1 7 R' '- ' '5 Y' .,- F 1,5 -1,1:1v,l"' wrigur.. '-:- ., Sophomor es 'Va ' gizzn-'J1 ?f2z-rvfii , 1 cw-Y' Us 3 "' 'A 4 1 A 9 f Q W Q1-49' K I w V , . li' 14st I ' .11 ff 29 -ln 'R ,LW .-...zu -in-. K . "1 . vgfly' , U! r' ""'!'. 'WY 'lr f. ,, . tf.4g.I!,,Flj,A3i Q.. V, zur'-,"1 .f " " 3 1 Q .!4-.':w-1 ,,.:t.A , -' M- f' .54 JMS. .I.-A-1 ,nf 1 I A jgvm. ,L M, .., ,,, X' L' 1 .' 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I V f N, , W -u N Dick Abono Michael Acosta Clista Adams Kenneth Adams Vivian Adrian Rick Agellon Debra Aguilar DeAnne Ahrens Oscar Alfaro Gorden Allums Richard Almeida Sabrina Ambriz Robert Anderson Dean Andrews Ricky Andrews Ronald Andrus Michael Antonacci Lisa Arguelles Marcie Arnold Thomas Artz Kari Avalos Sergio Avalos Brenda Avila Joey Ayers Phylis Babick Debora Babros Kathy Babucz Michelle Bacher Julie Bagget Robert Bailey Christopher Baker Derek Baker Toni Baker Cynthia Baldwin David Ball Jane Balocco Terri Baltzell Penny Banks Christina Baran Jay Bardi Warren Barney Tricia Barnes Mary Barrera Stefanie Barrios Debbi Barthell Ronnie Bass Sonja Bauer Britt Baugh Craig Bean Diana Bedford Lorraine Bedford Barry Bee Sharon Beede Michael Bell Terri Bell Norman Bemel Terry Bender John Benjamin Debbra Benson Kevin Benzler Elona Berlinger Susan Bermel L. Bernal 24 Teresa Bernard Monica Bertram John Berumen Scott Bevis Robert Biggs Tara Birchler Mark Bisaro Steve Black ' William Blalock John Blanchard Debra Blau John Bluebaugh Rebecca Bond Michael Botelhlo Carla Boyce Candy Boyer James Bradburn Fronca Bradshaw Suzanne Brady Robert Branchfield Laurie Brandt Lynn Brandt Christine Brecht Carolyn Brewer Linda Brucato Kathryn Bryson Jannette Buchanan Susan Buenting Sherri Buie Terry Burkett Ben Burnett Donald Burrow David Butler if ta: 'RSS' I 'Tj-3 'Q' bvx QS' The serious side of Andy Marchetti Edward Byrns Kristi Cabral A Vanda Marie Cabral Tim Cakebread Antoinette Calderone Rita Caldwell John Calisesi Dawn Campbell Louise Cannon Patricia Cannon Robert Cannon Harold Cardoza Richard Cargile Colleen Carollo Cathy Carter Karen Carthage Deanna Casassa Lana Casey Gary Castillas Anthony Castillo Lisa Castillo Lidia Castro Gail Censoplano Richard Cervantes Don Chandler Crystal Chapman Jackie Chapman Tina Checchi Harold Choate Loren Christensen Lynne Christiansen Tamara Christianson John Christie Frederick Ciapusci John Cisneros Alisa Clardy Charlotte Claughton Laura Closs Ron Cluck Michael Coffman Sisan Colcord Jody Colen Colleen Coley Mark Collins Joaquin Colon Sandra Cone Douglas Copley Lauriane Cooper Laura Coria William Cottier Barbara Crandell David Crandell Randy Crandell Chrystie Creighton Rodney Cross Debra Cunha Edward Cunningham Karen Cunningham Robin Cunningham Shannon Dally Lisa Dal Porto Marianne Dameron Norman Daniels Sterlind Daniels Gay Darling Yvonne Darling Denton Dartnell Delia Dash Clark Davidson S. Davidson Camden Davis Derek Davis Donald Davis Gary Davis Jeffery Davis Jennifer Davis Linda Davis Scott Davis Tammy Davis Brian Dean Richard DeCambra Nancy Decock Tonja DeJesus Selena DelFavero Scott Davis practicing his rifle routine M9 YWIEKZXIG XL16 as-A Z Renee' Dellinger Jonathan DiFrancesco Norine Dimaggio Jeffrey Dimercurio Colleen Dinsmore Laurie Dodd Marion Domingo Robert Dominguez Paul Douthit Marc Douville Kyle Dozier Michelle Drake Robin Drollinger David Dube Edlyna Dunn James Dupire - Heather Durbin Laura Eakins Juana Echererria Vicki Emery Terri Enos Rhonda Erb Douglas Erickson Gregory Ericson Selina Escobar Trinidad Espindola Kim Estep Yvonne Everhart Mike Evers Stephanie Ewing Samuel Fairbanks William Fairhurst Lynn Faletti 8 Paul Faletfi Dino Favalora Rodney Ferrara Lynette Ferraro James Fertado Patrick Finley Ann Marie Fish Debbie Fisher Douglas Fitzgerald Kathryn Fitzsimonds Melanie Flora Jeffrey Flournoy Michele Foote Michael Foreman Elaine Fosenburg Martha Foster Sherri Fournier Clyde Franz Kimberly Freier Jamie Freitas Jennifer French Johnathon French Cindy Fuentes Mark Furtado Tammy Garcia Kathy Garett Terri George Diana Gibson Patty Gilbert Connie Gillham Diane Gilmore Perry Girard Donald Godwin Robin Gomes Daniel Gonsalves Gary Gonzales ,..,-R S Doreene Speck and Carrie McClelland claim their sophomore bench. Victoria Gonzales Annette Gonzalez DeAnn Gonzalez Jeffrey Goodman Mark Goss Roxanne Gould Kimberly Grabus Debra Grant Samuel Grant Jeffrey Granzotto Linda Gray Richard Green Scott Greene Lori Greer Marty Griffin Denise Grijalva Deborah Grossen Shelly Groves Tina Guerara Robert Hahn Donald Hall Carol Hammett Gary Hampton Leon Hanson Kerry Hardesty Laurie Hargarves Dianna Harper Dietra Harris Rhondi Lynn Harris Kenneth Harvey David Hasslinger Saundra Hatfield Antionette Hawkins Ronald Hawkins Denise Heapy Theresa Hecock Sandra Heinitz Melissa Herbert Paulette Hiebert Kelli Hilger Louis Hill Robert Hill Timothy Hogan Bruce Hogue David Holdren Debbie Holiday Buddy Holland Russell Hooker Tina Horn Phillis Hoskins Dana Howard Fred Howard Carolyn Howe Semon Hubler Jeffery Hudson Nancy Huffaker Terri Hughes Colleen Hulen Kelly Hull Paul Hummel Leisa Huntsman Thomas Hurlbut Timothy Hurlbut Brad Hutslar Steven Huyser Terry lacona Tanya liams Tammie Imber Ted Irwin John lsenbarger James Ivie Danny James Kelly Jenson Kenneth Johnson Larry Johnson Monica Jones Chris Juhl Stanly Kain Carol Kaldunski Tina Kaleialii Niklas Karlsson --Kenneth Keller Lance Keller William Kelly Vincent Kelsey Scott Kendrick Susan Ketring Raymond King Lori Kingsley Debra Kipp James Knowles Danny Koert Sharon Kraucyk Jerome Krebs Lisa Kubacki Margaret Kuykendall Michael LaChance Cynthia Ladendorff Jim Lanphere Susan Lathrop Carrie Lawhorn Joan nelawson Lawrence Randall Lawrence Cheryl Lawson Julie Lee Karen Leeman Darla Lindsey Charles Linn Victoria Linn Cathy Little Scott Llewellyn Jeff Lodge Andrew Lograsso Lisa Lohmeier Sandra Lomeli Howard Long Sandra Lopez Mary Love Alan Lowell Rudy Lozoya David Lucido Theresa Lucido Elaine Lum Rebecca Lynch Rebecca Lynn Carrie McClelland Larry McCoy Pat McCoy Johnny McCraney Daphne McCuIIen Brenda McVeigh Dennis MacCaIlister Anne Madison Andrea Madrigal Carol Madrigal Monica Madrigal Ravinder Mahal Andrew Marchetti Joanne Marquardt Julie Marsonette Danny Martinez James Matlock Walter Matthews Gwen Mattson Roselyn Mattson Georffrey Mecham Paul Mendes Yolanda Mendoza Wendy Mercer Richard Meyer Chester Miller D. Miller Daniel Miller Daryl Miller Mitchell Miner Cecilia Misquez Brlan Dean, Perry Girard, and Denny Seelinger enjoying the scenery. Phillip Misquez Michael Missakian David Mohr Bobby Montgomery James Moore Jeffrey Moore Michael Moore Vince Moore Vince Moore Martha Morales Cheryl Morris Scott Morris Michael Morrow Timothy Morrow Cherrie Moss Sherrie Mullens Darryn Murray Ant-hony Myers Stephen Nadig Noree Napier Anthony Navarro Joyce Nebergall Eve Nelson Sheryl Nesman Steven Newby Melody Newcomb David Newton Venitia Nicholas Pamela Nichols Mike Nielsen John Nokes Debbie Nordine Donald Norick Barry Oberg Regina Obiague Patricia O'Keefe Rick O'Leary Alisa Oliver Lisa Olmstead Robbie Olson Tammie O'Neal Wynona Onstott Jose Ortez S. Ortez Francine Ortiz Patricia Ortiz Stacy Ostrander Mark Oyervides Elizabeth Padilla Curtis Page P. Palacios Stephen Palsa Matthew Paniagua Robert Pardi Dawn Paris Cynthia Park Robert Parscal Af tv .- i r fr 1 .als gn .l ,fx -5 A-il .rl 4 Scott Davis, Donna Welty, David Hasslinger, Joe Westrup and Jett Davis gather around to guard the bandroom. S. Patel Vinaben Patel Katherine Palo Gayle Paul Barbara Payne Kimberly Payne Theresa Peal Robin Pease Tina Peete Laura Peralta Steve Perdue Glenda Perkins Paula Pesonen Joseph Peterson Peter Pfotzer Bill Phelan Richard Philpott Perry Phipps Shawn Phipps Tony Piacitelli Danny Pico B. Pierce Lloyd Pierce Lynda Pierce Greg Piper Debbie Plummer Shirl Plummer Carol Poe Julie Poe Sara Pohl Michael Potter Theodore Powell Julianna Prevost Todd Privatsky Linda Provine Nicholas Pulos Lena Pycior Denise Quade Anita Quesada David Quistgard Donald Raber Paul Ramey 236 Kathy Rambeau Carol Ramirez Eloisa Ramirez Mark Ramp Regina Rands Robert Ray Diane Rebstock Liz Redfield David Redman Robert Reed Jody Reel Patti Reger Kirk Reilly Joy Renfro Michele Restani Susan Rich Barbara Richardson as l Bart Richardson i- lv Cindy Richardson Marty Richardson George Rico Paul Riebschlager Ruthie Riley Scott Rings 'W :fha , Q1 ' l ,RN Jody Reel shows her Hokey Pokey talent. L Bernadette Rios Eddie Rios Tina Rios Stella Rivera Angie Roa Shelly Roa Anthony Robbins Leonard Roberts Cheryl Robinson -H., Cindy Robinson Robin Robinson Wilma Robinson Gregory Rocha Alejandro Rodriguez Tina Rodriguez Jack Rohlfs Janette Rohlfs Jill Rohlfs Edward Romero Richard Romo Juline Rosa William Ross Richard Rowe Mike Ruiz Troy Rusk Reginald Russell Helen Ryan Wendy Salvador Angela Samsel Kenneth Samsel Bill Sanchez Linda Sangimino Michael Santos Karen Saraiva Diane Sauter Shari Sautter Joe Sbranti Tom Schiavone Dave Schmidt Paul Schmidt Charleen Schmidt David Schramm Sherry Sears Dennison Seelinger Regina Shearrer Allen Sheetz Lance Sheldon Carrie Sherfield Jacquelyn Sherwood Susan Shively Cliff Showaker 8 Jeffrey Siino Jennifer Siino Wesley Silveira Irene Siu Vickie Slawson Michelle Sloan Cheryl Smallwood Gayla Smallwood Amos Smith Debbie Smith Dana Lee Smith Edward Smith Lisa Smith Steven Smith Tracy Smith Wade Smith Michael Snyder Anthony Solak Debbie Solari Ron Southwick James Sovari John Sowles Doreene Speck Lori Speck George Stamm Gary Stares Michele Starling Ronald Steelman Susan Steffey Marc Stephen Randy Stephen Denese Stevens William Stokem Sheri Stormes William Stowers Jeffrey Stubblefield Carolyn Stuart T. Sullivan Kim Summers Tamara Summers Jerry Surrett Eric Tatro Roger Vaishville Michael Valdez N. J,,,,a.. I Kinberly Taunt Bradley Taylor Joseph Tedesco Darren Terry Diane Thomas Karla Thomas James Thomas Richard Thomas Sandy Thomas David Thompson Donald Thompson Kathleen Thompson Sherri Thornton Lynne Thurman Helen Ticer Donald Tillery Michelle Torrano Kevin Trainque Steven Trautman Deborah Trudeau Tim Tuck Patti Turner Parla Turnham Scott Ubrick ' . Brian Vallis Alan Van Tommy Van Winkle Diana Vega Robert Dominguez, "So Lets Go!" l 12 ti? Rochelle Vieira Frances Villasenor Fredrick Virden Johanna Visser Lettie Vizcarra Kay Vosmera Ralph Wadkins Gary Wall Timothy Ware Robin Warrick Matthew Warthen Carmen Weathers Todd Weinert W Jill Welch Lori Wentz Helen Wertz Ron West Ronald Westrup David Whaley Sarah White Susan White Mark Whitney Eddie Wilkerson Rena Williams Curtus Wilson Lori Wilson Paul Witt Frank Woo Regina Woodmansee Ira Worthen Also Members Bryon Alledredge Jeff Ando Sherri Atnip Frank Baros Richard Bridges Dorothy Brown David Burchfield Robin Butler Andrew Camera Dwayne Concannon David Costello Steven Cress Brenda Dehart Gloria Delgado Berae Devault Stephanie Dunning Robert Elliott Kelly Ellis David Enfield Kenneth Ferrari Ricky Flournay Scott Gitchel Valerie Grant Anthoney Gross Kippie Hart Kim Hartman Garland Herridge Brenda Hetrick Charlotte Holt Lissa Hubbard Kathy Huxford David Isaksen Steven Kirby Robert Kirk Randall Lawrence Daniel Martin Marie Mathie Shirleen May Leo Montoya Cheryl Morris Richard Muir Anthony Navarro Adrian Neira Rebecca Northrup Jose Ortiz Zelideth Ortiz Michael Paoli Shawnon Parker Gerald Pease Eugene Perkins Tony Piacitelli Nona Pierce Robert Pinnell John Poss Charles Ratto Barbara Richardson Leo Saenz Leticia Saldana John Scarborough Kirk Schuler of The Philip Sherman James Silva Antonio Souto Kenneth Sposito Gerald Smith Ronette Smith Vickie Springs Sharon Stone T. Sullivan Todd Sutton Stanley Tobrock Louis Vanni Michael Viramontes Kevin Walker Barbara Washburn Gary Weaver William Willets David Williams Jim Wright Class of 1980 Sophomore Class History On September 6, 1977, the Sophomore, Class of 1980, hit the doors of Antioch High School as its biggest class ever. Our first big project was the contruction of our float. The theme was "We're on Our Way Up". We took third, as most Sophomore classes do. The theme was correct though, during Spirit Week we proved it, by taking the spirit trophy for being the most spirited class. We sold derbies during Spirit Week for the Derby Day Contest. On March 18th we held our biggest fund raising projects. We held a Car Wash and three bake sales in town. Both were an all day events, and everyone who helped had a pretty good time. The Sophomore Hop was here in no time. The theme was "Emotions", and the colors were rainbow. The band that played was a local band called "Tight Squeeze". There were over a hundred and twenty couples who attended. The last thing the class did together was elect new officers. I would like to take this space and wish the new officers good luck, I am sure the rest ofthe class agrees. Well that's all, have a good summer. Marty Richardson - Sophomore Class President .-f""".-' IQ' -.-1 v ,'5i?"' aa., -.H r ,, . -'lf aw- ., 'N -Z 'Q' ' 'f""lm,maf-'- ' ggi f- aw'-ASI! 'i 1' r 5 0 P'--., k,J ff 7-, QL' x. I' .Q- nf .Q vw' 'i ,wa- ,,,,2' "Let's go to the Soph. Hop" The 1978 Sophomore Hop Date: April 24, 1978 Theme: Emotions Color: Rainbow Band: Tightsqueeze ' x .L , . 'J .- A ,J I i l KEN. Top Left: Sheri Mercer and Jeff Goodman are pleased with the evening they anticipated. Top Middle: Robert Cannon and date dream a little in a slow dance. Top Right: Leisa Huntzman, John Vallis and Craig Blankenship and date Kathy Little. Bottom Left: Hail, Hail the gang's all here. Bottom Middle: The Band, nothing like a "Tight Squeeze". Bottom Right: Just a night of enjoyment for Jim Dupire and Heather Durbin. Sophomores .rv 'xsk l ,asf I ..,'q'Q. LF .ruff 5 . ..5,3,.,.-, , . 9-1 Candids J 4 V V 71 'M .251 I ye: .. .U 4 .af M u-1 ' ., .ffl 5 .7 ,vi X 4 , tn. I, -- -'iw , f' f: .. ,. .,.sA,,x in 1 - f, My .- -fi ..q".r" f In 45 .3 A , A 9 Q Hi ns. W. , H x 4 ,Ju H? 4-J 1 "-' '11 4 f . pub '1- I. UI' 1 ri r , :I .v '01 1-f I. 1 L. L ? FP 5 I ' s Z . 5 4 1 Growth: Community if fx' Ca. H vififlii ggi 4. V ,,. 4 X F13 KN-..J' lat J'- Faculty f F" w -. 'raw ,bu 5.731 ' . 12,113 , ' v' Lmfl- ' V -ig : ' 511, L, ' , vgv- V gi, .- , ga:-'V 'fpnztf fx- V -I 11,4552 -ai qkxwgx :A-2:31. -2"-" s-"1 xx? ' 1524 J'-1'-'Z.-5 1- : we 1- 'i'f1f.:', .'5.:':'gl",',h5- C1-135 'Q ffl -flr'vf'1- ' 1 1-If 'Fix'-. fi' f-351iS'5if2LT'- 53 - , it 'Q-of fe, I, "nr 'Vi' U Q Q- ' .ix og.. I' ' 0 C ,. I 0 ' - - - .l. '14 wx, i'..'.a'4 We are here to help i Top: Assistant Principal, Mr. Robert Sloan. Bottom Left: Dean, Mr. John Haro. Bottom Right: Dean, Mr. Michael Sweeney. fd 257 L TX L . i. um-NJ - X x-if K 1 Intl . Qx H Y fi! . -i-1-if-1 5, 'ft School Board and Administration Far Left: Mr. Burris, Business Manager. Left: Mr. Libbey. Right: Mr. Burk Superintendent. Far Right: Mr. DiMercurio. Bottom: Mr. Tilden. Center Right: Mrs. Rocha. Center Left: Mrs. Motts. Left: Mr. Frey, Director Educa- tional Services. Bottom Left: Mr. Pangburn, Assistant Superintendent. 259 av ff iffy LWB 1 fr vm 1 R x ur so R ,I 1 . vii i In "L " LL. mpaaxf- Have I Got Top Left: Mr. Brislain says, "So you want to go to college." Top Right Center: Mr. Adams responds to Jeanette Thomas, "How about that?" Right Center: Mr. Flyan "lf only l could be golfing." Bottom Right: Howie asking Mr. DeLoach, 'ls there anything else I can do for you?" Bottom Far Left: "Please hurry l've got to umpire a Basketball Game!" says Mrs. Jackson. l fs, P ,W l m- ,ib f it a a Class For You! 'di 1-""' " "Ftichardson's Angels" Middle Left: Mrs. Hilda Settlemier smiles for Mr. ? Top Right: Mrs. Tina May asks, "May l help you?" Far Right: Mrs. Evelyn Powell, "You're not getting older you're getting better". Bottom Right: Doug Weaver goes under interrogation by Mrs. Virginia Dodson, Mrs. Sue Johnson, and Mrs. Jane Everington. Middle Right: Mrs. Bonnie Dunham on Mars. Far Left: Mrs. Erma Sukup asks, "WouId you repeat that please." si 1. V. rn .L I -mln 4f'i"5!-.Lf , -carb A, ,.. w .,A'-.. 3 ln,-u I I 1' i' ha - 5' Q. W 1-. 451, V -'Qian-any-x'x v - fm J? 1 2 2 iii I l 1' 1 ' . 9 . .mild Yllm.. Vocational Top Left: Mr. Tronzell, Vocational Ed. Director. Right: Mrs. Ashby, Vocational Ed. Secretary. Far Flight: Mr. Snelson, Work Experience Coordinator. Bottom Right: Mrs. Grossi, Print Shop Tech- nician. Bottom Left: Mr. Lathrope, Adult Education Principal. Far Left: Mr. Beagle, Work Experience Coordinator. Ed. Department ...f. 2 9 66 J . "Sir we admit your general rule! Far Left: Mr. Palmer, "But lsn't this a good picture?" Top Center: Mr. Bealge, "That's the funniest thing l've ever heard." Far Ftlght: Mrs. Evans, "You read, lteach." Bottom Left: Mr. Weldon, "Yea, l've been known to use hand- cuffs." Bottom Right: Mr. Dickinson, "See it says right here that I'm the teacher." 144'-f 7 2 PF' .-' '!""' i2.,. .Y 4, Top Left: Mrs. Baggett, "See you did get an "A". Top Center: Mr. Rodgers, "Smile you're on candid cameraI" Top Right: Mrs. Wilcox, "Here's the way you do this sentence." Bottom Left: Mr. Pritzker, "What did you do to this paper?" Bottom Right: Mr Elchelbaugh, "Don't laugh it's not funnyl ,gn-Q--W 70 t ,1put??' i- ' ,-1 'A A., . " , ...,1if- l,,..,i--,:r..,...6V V '--.,,, -- . . ..u ,V ' --,,.,.... .AQ Y l v Top Left: Mrs. DeMartini, "See this is a picture of me at Mexico on my vacation." Top Center: Miss Mennillo, "You two sing the first verse and I will sing the second." Top Flight: Mrs, Kopczenski, "Now put this paper in the right piIe." Center Right: "l'm only going to show you how to do this one more time Mr. Hlbbard." Bottom Right: Miss Terranova shows Mike Shaw her scarlet Bottom Leit: Mrs. Sherwood, "Here's the place l meant." vit- la. A-"elf 'x -J ,Al 7!lQyv.3 I 1- suns-gg ai G 4 I-lfllllt Pill K Mad Scientists t v D. 455- 1 . I ' ssa'sfv4f't' " In F t. IJ. J- F Q No-. ...,,,--N ig,- Far 'Leftz Mr. Olenchalk discusses Einstlen's Theory of Relativity with his favorite flora . . . Center Right: Viola, tor translated into Englisht Mr. Graff says, "Waala." Top Left: Mr. Ball in an action pose. Top Right: Mr. Don McNelis and Anthony Navarro are very pleased with their work. Center Right: Mr. Greg DeCristofaro and some of his students enjoy watching bacteria activity through a microscope. Far Right: "Gee, this sure is a heavy spring Mr. Vaczovsky," says Glenn Davis. Bottom Right: Mr. Juba in deep concentration. Bottom Left: Mr. Paul Schorr, John Sexton, Bill Ken- dricks, and Susie Viera are all very amused with a collection of rodents. - . vu., 'V'-. ,7' ,f. .Ww- ww ,, .L jrurgvm fi? Takin' Care Of Busines 'R in-A . "': 'N H71 .ang A , lgqlbkx Far left: Leaning Tower of Ftoche. Top left center: Mr. Huddleston over heard saying, "This city water is just murder on plants." Top right: I'm only going to show you how to do this one more time Mrs. Cottril, so you better watch. Center: Ms. Portugal shows her dimples. Bottom: Mr. Lippert discovers a break-out attempt in the making. Far left: Don't look now Mrs. Hough but a student just ran out the door. 'A ,jg ,ivy WOR' x-by '15 9321: lf Avi 932915 ERYHIEREB' ,A ,:. l rn, P i pf is , 2 276 as ' 1 ' 1 4- Mg. 53 . f, a 1.3, JJ - 3 X ,g 1, 17. . v -- 1, W. 7 . at Q . 103.4 ' Far Left: "How many times have I told you that misspelling words in this class is prohibited!" says Mrs. Nunes. Top Left: "Ah, Thank God it's Friday," says Mr. Berkich. Bottom Lett: "Very interesting," says Mr. Reimer. Top Right: Frau Ganz doing what she does best, "teaching" Center Right: Our swingin' D.J. from KOUI, Miss Commar- ell, rewinds her fayorite french ballad. Bottom Right: "But Mr. Gallegos how was I supposed to know that we had class yesterday?" 200 Years Ago Today Far Left: Mrs. Fitzgerald in action. Top Center: Mr. Franco, Laurie Georgen and Kathryn Mayer brush-up on their Sociology with Mr. San Martin. Far Right: Mr. Cook is showing Michelle Torrano where he grew up. Bottom Right: Mr. Kain making a book interesting. Middle Right: Keep those study sheets coming Mr. Myers. Bottom Left: Mr. Adams says, "Have you heard the one about the . . Far Bottom Right: Mrs. Benyo's replacement, Mrs. Pyle. gi -Zi ,.-?' ,,.-rf' -Q IIIH' F w :lf J, L.. sf' -...g Jlr' gt s f""'v A 9 We the People . . . Right: Mr. Pryor stands guard over his class. Top Right: Mr. Yeager says, "You, you're the one." Far Right: "Need some help Reba?" asks Mr. Gambetta. Center: "Do you have to take my picture now?" asks Mr. Wener. Bottom: "You're crazy Brain Villanueva, if you think I'lI sell my tie for a thousand dollars!" retorts Mr. Nazro. Below: Mr. Cornelius is passing out a survey. l l l iff -Q, li J l 1 T-5' Far Left: "BENEFICIAL", says Ms. Sudduth. Top Center: "FASCINATING", says Mr. Pearson. Far Right: "CAP- TIVATING", says Mr. Coward. Middle: "HUMOROUS", says Mr. Plurkowski. Left: "INFORMATIVE", says Mr. Tonin. S- , ' ,,'g1J' W Uh. .tk 283 Math is ur- M A . 7' a,,-nf'bf1r A W,.., iii, ' N, . 4 . 5,3 , L , F 5 - Far Left: "INCISIVE", says Mr. Erickson. Top Center: "lNSTRUCTIVE", says Ms. Litvinov. Far Right: "JOCULAR", says Mr. Howard. Left: "ENLlGHTENING", says Mr. Rose. Above: "ACADEMIC", says Mr. Hatton. ,T Ns 7-'v ,,.. ,rdf ,M-ff , I V. 4 ,-Y' Jr ,.. -'Z , z, av' A f ss' 14 ,fn F-" ' I4 f "!f""" L . Wag . -I-, 1 ff , 0 I V, 1., 1 x wg, , ,-,. -A . 5 A r I I 1 1' I , Q' H we I7 3' 4.x .x if , . 1 : ., is J-1? E1 "' , ax , 145' ' . H I D 1 , .5 , Q ' ,,,,,,,., WL i l --f -...,.,N 1 t rf ,, . . " Q ' WN- bf . .ff . If '- , Coach! Coach! Coach! 'Quan' 1 ' l ,... ,....- .. .. ... , . ,, ,..."'1. -f--7 :gg-: " 'W' . T""..T. .. 287 .vs ui 9 J Top Left: Members of the Performing Arts group practice a dance sketch. Center: Mr. Messina shows Kim Jenkins how to be a songleader. Top Flight: Miss Rossi has something to laugh about in her drama class? Bottom Left: Mrs. White looks over some piano music with Brook Hinton. Bottom Right: Mr. Young surveys his music class. X W, " i if 13. Music and Dram ,i. - FHA , 454157. .W r 'Iwi I .3, 3755. V . ' .1 1551-1:35L"?-, 4 1721 '5gJ?.T'w::4'ir' 1-A? ., EQ, -I N .x..., 'T ,.....i..?3 f' fe' ..-3-qw Z 4.42.-aqui-f" , if if itil -1 .Qi ' -11 2 , , ffl V .. .f 1 , HF' " ' ,,g 'f"'T:, A '+"'3,,,,, fir? ,, ., 4 V ' .V 1 , l A' .gr . j f 4 289 Home Economics Bottom: Mrs. Shields enjoys teaching her Bachelofs Cooking Class. Right: Mrs. Hensley measures Cindy Clatter- buck's waist. Left: Mrs. Cottril, a new addition to our Home Economics Department. pu . Arty Folks lil-mn ELVIS Fxxx-S NXXXXTNJ lr- sf X-..,, .1--sm...s - xx- Q WNY-gasp , .,, gy: Q XX-Q fTopJ Mrs. Gregerson and students Coleen McElroy and John Tamayo are tasinated by leather tools. fBottom Lettl Mr. Kennedy holds Kelly Hammer in suspense as he does something artistic. fBottom rightl Mr. Torp feels that teaching Art is "really funny". Putting It Together Pr Right: Mr. Graham tells Warren Barney, "This is an engine." Far Right: Mr. Siino tells Blaz Borunda, "You have to get it smooooth." Center: Mr. Rumrill prepares for a game of pong. Bottom Right: Mr. Lubker points out that the battery has to be connected for the car to start. Bottom Left: Mr. George says, "Now . . . Let me see here." Center Left: Mr. Cappitti makes his point. Far Left: Mr. Young smiles as he watches pink elephants march across his room. I . fed ,N- I XS Top Left: Mr. Ryor looks on. Top Right: "Mr. Madrigal, l think you sat on my Iunch." Center Right: Mr. Jones studies his homework. Far Right: Smile when you say that Mr. Ferdland. Bottom Right: "It says right here Mrs. Smith." Center Left: Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Joseph practice for the Glee Club. Far NVD! Left: Mrs. Morris does her impression of the "Fonz." ' J 'he vidi- I :" x,?' L ' JJ Special Education i l -- - 4:..q l X r L 1-T f..1. ' V. ' S -v.,.1.11 if 255 QQ zkvyxtxf 4' , V 13,-'EL ,FV-X S 4 ,Q f WiSS'3JN W... BEF' ful KXY I .' v 'ig tn ' ' Special People Top Left: Mrs. Stone surveys the campus. Top Right: Mrs. Allen, our friendly nurse. Center Left: Mr. O'Niel confers with students. Center Right: Our Librarians, Mrs. Crabaugh, Mrs. Osmond, and Mrs. Williams, checking out a book. Bottom Left: Mrs. Marchetti in her Reach class. Bottom Right: Mr. Stanford from the Reach Program listens intensively to his students. 4. .,-Y ft., . . -Q- Top: lLtoRl Mary Williams, Joan Walsh, Sandy Babros, Joy Fithian, Carol Aiello, Peggy Grabus, and Glory Waggoner who wasn't available for pictures because she was in China. Bottom Right: The monarchs of maintenance lLtoRl Mr. Hunt, Mr. Nelson, 8 Val Girolami. Bottom: Mr. Brown cruises the main hall. Hard Working People ,yur ua-L .J ilk An institution left Antioch High School this year in the person of Mrs. Elva Hunt, custodian. Mrs. Hunt was more than a custodian for over 25 years she attended every extra curricular activity held at Antioch High School. It was only during the last few years that Mrs. Hunt was not as active due to certain policies within her department. Mrs. Hunt could remember names, dates, and classes. She was a walking history of Antioch High School. Frequently she reminisced about the many experiences she had during her years at Antioch High School. Mrs. Hunt was an integral part of Antioch High School. She will be missed by many and remembered by all who, over the years, came in contact with her. Wx ,,. 1 '-x 4' , . 5, .. f A-'Q bv-'qc' Iv ,' I A 'ln 1 L-A.. -L . 1, ., '14 '75, .- My ' qfg QEQ 3? 'B 1 .N , , . ' - I -f F , 'xx if ' A y, QI ' H m , K' f l,,. 'N Q v- X. ,xl Y M , I 1, - 1 N L5 H ,, A 5 1 If 'Civ V - Q, 4 ee - L ,go li M Y..MX glffa- Q'Q in ' 'lNdff'H M 1 ?ll+al r M 4-i--,H ,Fr cd 3 fiffvd L3 ia' ' 1 --"TJ, Q'-X Y X' L 2 . M f M da W A' 'vm ., -ug' l A '-, 1 M ' gl 'fi Q-' R I H 'V 5 1 , fb:-ir V r'.' A ' L 4 1.255 A , o 'if ,. fx ll ' fi' ' li Arr-feel, Q, M vi ,,.,.,,. .5 - .,V..1. , " 'V'-1' ,. , Miva mf ' - -if, ,,. .wwf 'sa-' . J T35-is . -rg--1 f 'P 5, ,.. r aff M - Qi' XM' I . r 1 ,K , f' .0 SPONSORSAh Dr. 81 Mrs. Frank Hann Dr. 8 Mrs. Noble O. Elcenko 1 if . .1 -F qiwf, I PATRONS Donald and Marleen Blomberg Frank M. Hann D.D.S. Dr. and Mrs. Walt Powell Fred Mansubi, M.D., F.A.A.P. Charles, C. Duffy, M.D. ..- I 'N-MQ. E In Martinez Bryan Quintard's VISUAL IMAGES Photography Good Luck to the "Class of '78" from Bryan 8. his staff!! 3755 Alhambra Ave. Suite 9 228-7444 VISUAL IMAGES WEDDINGS PORTRAITS PASSPORTS LOPYWORK SCHOOLS CGMMERCIAL f I I N .17 7 I fc., ll I f ,Pg 4 ,og ' S' ,filt- FLORIST ANTIOCH FLORIST 81 PLANTERY """""'dG'f" 1880 A Street Lucky Shopping Center 1412 A Street 757 2373 or 757 9262 757 3525 Antioch Corsages 81 Weddmgs Flowers for all occasuons this Cf -irkhl Um. NF Orders To Go 757 3707 DER FKATHSKELLER Famlly Hof Brau Sandwnch Shoppe Bruce J Standrldge Kandy Standrldge Owners 1635 A Street Antioch Square Antioch Good Luck Sensors 78 85 E 18th Street Antioch l . ,i 1 , . in .-1'- xt . .... , ' . L25 , H V ' UL! N . ' in 11, p . . of- ' ' A Q ' V J-. ' n . '- ' ru' ll ' IY rp 1 , A , " '15 1: lil v ' F78 3- lit 1.1, J as - ' U-f:.1" fr .-4 ,' . '-Int ' , . - 4 - c A .1-V- rf--5 " llc , 5 , Q - F 'A - 1 -8- 1. ' vs- wtf. af- ' sm- ,, I Q51-ff . . 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" Delfavero elena Dlmagglo, Norm BalocceQJane Baltzell Terri Penny , Dodd, Laurene Drake Michele Drolllnger Robin Silyqlra Wesley smith, Amos mg, smith, Dana 2383 Smith, Edward 238 Smith, R. 136,238 Smith, Steven 238 Snyder, Michael 193,238 Sorvari,,James 100,238 Southwick, Ron 238 2 Sowles, John 196,238 Stamm, George 238 Stares, Gary 192,238 Starling, Michael 238 Steelman, Ronald 127,238 Stephen, Marc 238 Stephens, Randy 25,109,127,238 Stokem, William 238 Stowers, William 100,238 Stubbletield, Jeffrey 238 Surrett, Jerry'238 Sutton, Todd,104,195 Tatro, Eric 238 Taylor, Bradley 239 TedeSCO, Joseph 195,239 Terry, Darren 239 Thomas, James 239 Thomas, Richard 239 ' Thompson, David 120,127,239 Thompson, Donald 239 Tillery, Donald 239 Tobrick, Stanley 200,201 Trainque, Kevin 239 Trautman, Steven 239 Tuck, Tim 2 9 Ubrick, Scot 127,239 Vaishville, R er 104,195,239 Valdez, Mich I 239 Vallis, Brian 9 Van, Alan 239 Van Winkel, T , my 239 Virden, Fredri 240 Wadkins, Ralp '240 Wall, Gary 240 , Ware, Timothy 0 Warthen, Matth 240 Weinert, Todd 0,240 West, Ron 240 Westrup, Ronal 34,240 Whaley, David 2 Whitney, Mark 2 Wilkerson, Eddie 0,240 , Wilson, Curtis 24 Witt, Paul 240 i Susan 25,1 Bernard, Teresa 224 Bertram, Monica Lee 224 Birchler, Tara 202,224 J Blau, Debra 224 Bond, Rebecca 224 Boyce, Carla 224 Bradshaw, Fronca 224 Brandt, Laurie 224 Brecht, Christine 224 Brewer, Carolyn Kay 224 Brown, Carolyn 224 i Brucato, Linda 115,224 Bryson, Kathryn 224 Buchanan, Janette 224 Buenting, Susan 224 Buie, Sherri 224 Cabral, Kristi 115,124,202,225 Cabral, Vanda Marie 225 Calderone, Antoinette 225 Caldwell, Rita 225 Campbell, Dawn 22,128,184,225 Cannon, Louise 193,225 Cannon, Patricia 198,225 Carollo, Colleen 195,202,225 eCarter, Cathy 225 Carthage, Karen Renae 209,225 QCasassa, Deanna 225 3QCasey, Lana 113,193,225 Castillo, Lisa 225 fflastro, Lima 225 QCensoplano, Gail 225 Chapman, Jackie 225 Checchi, Tina Louise 225 4 fhristian, Lynne 225 1 hristianson, Tamara 225 Glardy, Alisa 200,225 Claughton, Charlotte 196,225 Closs, Laura 225 Cplcord, Susan 225 ' ian, Jody 107,225 . ey, Coleen 226 Dunn Edlyna Durbin Eakin, Laura Vicki 227 13,2Q,228 23,1 Kimberly 193,22 Jamie 228 Jennifer 200,22 Fuentes, Cindy 102,128,2 Garcia, Tammy 228 Garrett, Kathy 228 Gibson, Diana 228 Gilbert, Patricia 129,200,228 Gillham, Connie Lynn 228 Gomes, Robin Ann Gilmore, Diane 228 Gonzales, Annette 229 Gonzales, Victoria 118,229 Gonzales, Deann 188,229 Gould, Roxznne 118,124,193, 29 Grabus, Kimberly 209,229 Grant, Debra 229 Gray, Linda 229 Greer, Lori 229 I Grijalva, Denise 107,205,229 Grossen, Deborah 213,229 Groves,Shelley 201,229 5 Guevara, Edelmira Tina 193,229 Hammett, Carol 27,200,229,24 Hardesty, Kerry 229 1 Hargraves, Laurie 229 Harper, Dianna 229 Harris, Dietra 229 Harris, Rhondi Lynn 205,229,24 Hawkins, Antionette 133,200,22 Heapy, Denise 128,200,202,229 7 12 422 Qu .SVW ,wk 5 '- A . 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