Aragon High School - El Tesoro Yearbook (San Mateo, CA)

 - Class of 1965

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Nm the mind is restless, turbulent,, strong, creative and unyielding . . . as difficult to subdue as the wind . . . Bhagavad-Gita Page 5 Seniors . .IB "wir-rw-f-x A 111' S 5 Q F ,,. sail s E 'YacuVu5 . . 8 adciviiies use ta ble 0? Coniefvns classes . . we 4 K' E52-f x K ' 3 N if x EQ' 1 gf - 1A ,,h f A S 0 pig, V5 3- ' 14 P " 'W 20 Q Y ii Q hx 'f , E ' A X I 1 -K ', ,W 1 ,f,h A,l1 Qi. . , x cf- ' fig Page 8 P i It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge. -Einstein -' ,n -. ,M -1. ' of Af' - IQ" ' f i if L, ' ,V ' .I r,-'VV , l'44 ! Y 9, ' 5, ix Ju I A v nb r , J: if ,fl V V fi ,ff Il? 1 w-lf" L D' ,A "' 1 f J J izif' VM,f"f PM i f' if ff' ?-' 'S I " fi xi p" fig . A -' 5 vt , ' .. ,Lf Jw ' . A . Q A . 1 i :fbi - 1 Li? fry? if l y 1' X 1 1 fix!! I - QW' A ff" ,ff 71 tLf':fQ' 1 J, ly .3 Page 9 Lf bbw 44 Mvax ,, Ji fjkyxryfl A 61416 1.1 4, in jf .nv a ,sr ,wut j Wy ff' X 1 FI! 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Lf, W Robert Carl johnson all Wdhmn Larson english Helen Austin Richard Bell Peter Drobac Katy Farquharson Philip Fisher Hershel Herzberg Robert Knees or 9i3RQ'Wij5'3'fM M' 1 lfgvf, ,,lfl,,Ml.fWf- iL.w5', ww Wd J ,Mi-W1 l jack Lee . I Vi W lp' I ,f y' V 5' A-' . V 4.1" . L' .- QW --L' 1: ' f f I I ' 'V .- I - rl ,L K' .v ' 1 1 It l X Lv '-1' .V "IL ,fx P' IE! lX!.3vkfL1f fp j J ll' N L i l Lili rrdcl JLNN . I .K gd, ifvlvly I4 ,tif it R 1, 4, i. E ll' . la: ,lf M NMS , l f W Why aren't you laughing? But I am thinking! ! . :J ' ' WL ,A 4,-4 , h . 4' :' -. ' I '1 Page 13 'K qi Vw V1 Ui IAA WTKKYRQL ' 61" 1-LMA Q"'0R"kkX V-'V"0l be it H Xsiuv Licfl-LK Y - 92 HQ 'Lf-0 M UCF wxv. UL Ht Vkwaxi VNJ1 S u re P'-vw CS Cvv-1 Lo t.-.1 Wvwh- X 5 J wlwzii english K M' M9 Marion Meding Robert Parker James Price 55 AJ-mit Th-lub laRicksCu" 5 tt Rittenour R D. F 1,A,x.1mA,UfJ-f W lm Ul- ' '-1 A , 1 Jack Shackleton Odile Stannard math l i Charles Bennett James Mallow Pearl Motgenstern Henry Warner V1 r ,Q -, , ,J C7 1? Q-Ja., 1 . -er :5""'a'4""" adsl .ka-'-xg it --e .4:--- 4 sewn f fgggmgiyf Varmfld Hunterf.. 4 -1 'Qfff c.-'-' ,L ----. A--nj 6191111 Mahffffy , 'f ,fe 1..w 'V Visiting Martian delivers lecture on mechanical drawing. We are gathered here together where the Page 14 slide rules. See boys? I cold you just make a wish and :he hammer will disappear! l social science Bill Dransfield James Dunsran Harry Eagan James Herbinaux Donald Hill Lawrence Hyink Peter Lawrence Frank MacGraw I love a parade! ! music Ben Denton Elmer Revelli illdustrial arts Ferucio Freschet Patrick Harrison Norbert Rupp Richard Ruppel Page 15 P library stali Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Henriksen, Mr. Pettinichi Mrs. Lamb, team teaching aide of the social studies department, performs her daily chore of taking attendance. home economies Anne Gelling Donna Scott Helen Studebaker Page 16 physical education Edward Diaz Eugene Gorden Ben McGuire Charles Polk Wayne Taylor Cheryl Anderson Audrey Harrison Ruth Johnson Judy Umland safety education William Daskarolis Elmer Schaake main eiiice staii Mrs. Jennings, Mrs. Schwartz, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Goclshall, Mrs. Hughes. custodians FRONT ROW: Mrs. Salabert, Mr. Chittka, Mr. Con- tinho, Mr. Seifert. BACK ROW: Mr. Herron, Mr. Soto, Mr. Nadwornick, Mr. McKinney. cafeteria staii Mrs. Pollard, Mrs. Coppenbarger, Mrs. Ahlvin, Mrs. Gervasi, Mrs. Titus. attendance oiiice staii Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Glover, Mrs. Salch gardening staii Mr. Gandolfi, Mr. Dickey, Mr. Brusa, Mr. Dispenza. X.. I .- f , c 1- ful L c , , . 4, if JUL ms. Hilpisch. V A Page 17 r Qs' .,.'x Page 18 QQ! suaded of 1ts truth: the future IS not ln the hands of Fate but ln ours Q Remember this also, and be Well per- S Jules Fusserand l Page 19 fall cnicr council ROW ONE: Chris Eppes, Pam Doll, Chris Wollner, Carol Dias. ROW TWO: Barbara Barnes, Kathy King, Louise Blatteis, Ken Roost, Steve Foley. ROW THREE: John Eason, Kent Connaughton, John Wilson, Don Fisher, Mark Collins, and Rich Fathy. fall cnicr ciiiccr Don Fisher Sheldon Schuster Kit Strawsburg John Wilson President Vice President Sec.-Treas. Elected Rep. pring cnicr officer Tim Glidden jan Holsren President Vice President pring cnicr council , Karyn Krurtschnitt Diane Cantua Secretary Elected Rep. ROW ONE: T. Glidden, K. Kmttschnitt, J. Holsten, S. Schutte, D. Cantuna, B. Barnes. ROW TWO: J. Engleman, C. Eppes, C. Odden, P. Doll, K. Wollner, C. Dias. ROW THREE: B. Harvick, G. Frzcchia, 1. Rusake, M. Glaubcrt, B. Ostroff, L Blattcis, S. Welch, P. Dam, D. Fisher. ROW FOUR: J. O'Neil, S. Schuster, R. Meadsi, I.. Schadel, D. Droese, I. Czssa, M. Collins, j. Eason, K. Roost. Page 21 Page 22 betty eraeker award eutstandin seniors model u.n. Judy Singleton , LI U ,l girls' state and boys' state L ROW ONE: Rich Humber, Mort Graaf, Lloyd Schutte, Royce Kelly, Simon Cohen. ROW TWO: Marit Maeland, Sue Tablet, Sue Scneder, Miss Meding. d.a.r. l Margaret Traugorr and Bob Bacon Vicki Gadd bank ci america trophy awards c.s.i. liIe members l We X f' c Robert Krase, Virginia Lang, Bob Somerby, Rich Humber. lv ' l in af! ' bank oi america certificate awards ROW ONE: Bob Bacon, Royce Kelly, Dev Vrat. ROW TWO: Matit Maeland, Margo Hamilton, Eileen Furuyama, Lynette Behm, Lois Gielow, Sue Ta-bler. Bob Bacon, Mike Marquardt, Lynette Behrn, Bob Somerby, Tim Glidden. MISSING: Robert Krase. national merit scholarship finalists Sue Tablet, Gil Hoskins, Sue Scneder, Royce Kelly. page 23 WILLIAM AMENT-"B.A." who wants to be a man who walks with his left leg in the gutter, asks, "Is life worth living?" This is a question for an embryo, not for a man. RONALD ANDERSON-Ron, who enjoys playing basket- ball every minute, lives for the day when George Lee and "Watch Wood" are noted M.V.P. of the N.B.A. SCOTT APPLETON-"Scott, who says, "Hey guys!" likes mechanical drawing, water and snow skiiing, and playing his electric guitar. He wants a smoking lounge on campus. JOANNE ASBURY-Joanne: Basalit! Tri-Y, AGA Hos- pitality and Finance Chmmittees, and Student Council, wants to better her skiing talents. She says, "Don't take life so seriously . . . be happy!" GAYLE ASCHER-"Bubbles" enjoys water and snow ski- ing and being sarcastic to guys. Ambition: to have "An- nette" get "D.L." She can be heard saying, "How ex- citing." Page 24 MARY AVERY-Mary plans to go to college-either Cal or CSM. She wants to travel afterwards. "Give us all the luxuries and we'll manage to do without the necessities" she says. ROBERT BACXJN-Bob: Boys' State, Cheerleader, CSP, Senior justice Student Court, Varsity Track, Block "A", SSS, Editor-in-Chief Aristocrat, President Frosh Class, Furids Hi-Y, hopes to reach as many people as he can. VIC BAGLIO-Vic has been dieting and working out all through his senior year so he can run for "Mr. Junior America." "When you don't have anything to do, throw up your hands and take over." ROBERT ALHORN-Bob's ambition: to enter the elec- tronics field. A member of the swim team for two years, he loves girls and wicked parties. Says, "What's happening?" RONALD ALLARD-"It is better to have loafed and lost than never to have loafed at all."--James Thurber. JANICE ALTIERI-Jan, who has been on Student Coun- cil, the Rally Commission, and G.R.A., plans to attend C.S.M. BARBARA BAKEWELI.-Barbara hopes to go to business school. Her ambition: to save B.L. from the oil. VIRGINIA BALE-Virginia will continue her schooling and major in psychology. In her spare time she hopes to invent a freckle remover, which she's sure will make a big hit among fellow redheads. JOHN BALSELLS-"Miduight": usually found around T.P. saying. "Stay out of stagnant puddles." He wants to teach T.P. how to surfg would like to cut Gary juchert's hair. BARBARA BARNES-A member of class and student councils, Junior Class Sec-Tres., and Yearbook Editor, Bar- bara loves animals, collecting jewels, and eating, but warns, "don't eat the do-nut whole." MARTHA BARR-Marti, Yearbook Staff, enjoys piano playing, skiing, and traveling. Hobby-Grocery shopping at Q.F.I. Goal: To be a dental hygienist. Believes: "Monotony is the awful reward of the careful." BARBARA BARRETT-Barbara, active in the Interna- tional Relations Club, Speech Club, and Advanced Modem Dance, hopes to work with retarded children and dance ballet in her spare time. BARTLEY BECKER-Bart, a member of Savantes Hi-Y, track and cross-country, wants to get his B.A. in 1969. He also wants to meet Elke before Tom, George, or Kirk. LYNETTE BEHM-Lynette has participated in Band, CSF, Modern Dance and Latin Club. Her ambition: To be a high school English teacher so that she can become truly insane. TONY BELLO-Tony is an amateur radio operator and gun collector. He plans to attend the College of San Mateo. ROBERT BENNER-Bob was active in basketball, track, the Order Commission and Artesians Hi-Y. He wants to study pediatrics at Stanford so he can help deliver the tribe. DAVID BENNETT-Dave enjoys basketball and swimming. His ambition is to major in Political Science in college and then go on to study law. RICH BERNHARDT-Rich believes that Aragon is an un- believable experience for each butterfly. DONALD BERRY-Don participated in the band as the principal of his section. LOUISE BLATTEIS-Louise, A.G.A. President, Class Sec- retary, Student Council, and Yearbook Staff member, wants to find out "what's the deal" with K.K.'s M.V., and how to be serious. WILLIAM BLOCK-Bill seeks his B.A. in four years, par- ticipated in D.D.C., Furucls Hi-Y, basketball and track teams. Bill hopes "to fly for Lufthansa and create a 'snead' bigger than Ron Croci's." FRANK BI.UMEN'I'HAL--"The Nose" would like to be a liquor dealer for Skid Row. He likes to read "Peanuts" and listen to Vince Guaraldi and Gene Krupa. He says, "You're putting me on!" EVELYN BOHMKER-"E.E." is an active member of the C.C., Student Body, and Art Commission, who enjoys painting and vacationing at Lake Shasta. She also likes peaches. MARSHA BONNELL-Marsha, A.G.A. Representative, member of Student Council, Hospitality Committee, Finance Committee. She says, "Love makes the world go round," and hopes to be heading for S.L.C. April 9. Page 25 KATHLYN BOYD-Kathy, a true grey Southerner, says, "I got a letter from Creighton today-George is coming up." Memories-Guy-still hopes "Love is a many splen- dored thing." SHARLEEN BRADFIELD-"Shelly's" main ambition: to ride the "big surf" at Hawaii. Her' hobbies: skateboarding, surfing and watching CSM basketball gamesg says "bo", CSM or bust. DAVID BRANDT-Dave participated in the Vanity foot- ball turn. GALE BROWN-Active in G.R.A. Junior Achievement, Thespians, Bowling League. Often says, "I-Ii, Sweetie!" Ambition: "To write steno at 100 words a minute." GEORGE BROWN-George has been Aragon's head drum major. He plans to attend C.S.M. but is undecided as to a career. JOHN BROWNSON-"To many people I'm known as a Chevy-lover and I know that Chevy rules. On Saturday nights I can be found watching either Submarine races or abominable snowman foot-races." ALAN BRUDNO-Alan is better known to his friends Qespecially Steve Meyersj as "Crash" because-well, one rainy Sunday . . . His lifetime ambition is never to scratch another fender. JEFFREY BURRELL-jeff, a member of the Order Com- mission, is often seen in the parking lot giving citations to fellow classmates. His future goal is to become an a.b.c. man. LORRAINE BURROUGHS-Lorraine, French and Pep Clubs, likes summer vacations and the beach. She wants to ride a bicycle through the Congo. JIM BUSHEY-jim's future ambitions are to get out of school, go to college, to become an accountant, and find out how hard life really is. SUZANNE BYRNE-"Suzi", active in drama and Art Commission, says: "j.R., you don't understand." She wants to give Frieda the Bird of Paradise when she and L.D. get to the Pool. C-HARON DIANE CANTUA-Diane's activities include Varsity PomPon girl, A.G.A. Vice-President, Student Coun- cil, Drama, and REY. She is known for "never idle, never Page 26 stillg always talking, always will." RON CARBULLIDO-Vordlewly gasps: "This school is KRISTEN CARPENTER-Kris, member of A Cappella and active in "props" department in drama, likes swimming, football and basketball games. Future goal: to graduate from C.S.M. or Bust! NANCY CARROL--"Nanc," member of the band and the Medical Careers Club, says, "Guy, not Paul, Karen," and "You can't bathe twice in the same river." Favorite pastime: P.N. JON CHAPMAN--"Very often the quiet fellow has said all he knows."-Kin Hubbard STEPHEN CHAPMAN-Steve, active in band, orchestra, and ensembles, likes to play his recorder and wants to be on Pitcaim Island with Shelley, Fletcher Christian, and the crew of Bounty-undisturbed. MICHAEL CHRISTOPHERSON-"Cannonball" was a member of varsity football and baseball teams, Order Com- mission, and Block "A". Ambition: to become defensive halfbaclt for the Boston Patriots. CHRISTOPHER CLARK-Chris enjoys sailing and water skiing, wants to design an Ocean-racing sailboat for himself, and plans to study marine architecture or law in college. "Sayl-Who's that little old man?" PAUL CLARKE-Paul, from Half Moon Bay, was in the Order Commission and track team, and plans to enter oceanography. He wants to meet that "very special girl" VIRGINIA COCKLIN-Ginny, treasurer of her Tri-Y, likes to bowl. She wants to become a beautician, so she can give Ginny, Diane, and Donna new hair styles. lease " in I969. ELIZABETH ANN COIBION-"Becky" loves tennis, checkers, and gin frummyj . . . understands why some people like strawberry sodas without strawberriesg hopes to achieve understanding of mankind and live her life to the fullest. CURTIS COLE-"Dusty" was a member of the Order Commission and varsity track team and explains to the curious that he and Carol are not Siamese twins-but almost. STEPHEN CARTER-Steve, a member of the varsity track team and Deputy Order Commissioner, is interested in aviation and plans to go to college. DENNIS CASAGRANDE-D. Michael Angelo C. believes in "Italian Domination" of the world. He enioys basketball and arguing with M.M. about Nationalities. JAMES CASSA-"Slats" a member of DDC, wants to play harmonica with John Coltrane. He likes Miles Davis and Italy dislikes Sweden and phony jazz fans. MARSHA CO1-IEN-Marsha, active in Student Council, French Club, and Thespians, enjoys collecting albums. Her ambition is to get a sports car the legal way. SAM OOHEN-Sam or Sammy enjoys stamp collecting, Spanish Club and good movies, but his time is taken up by homework. He says, "Leave for tomorrow-every thing you p . WILLIAM CIJHEN-"B.C." was a member of I.S.A., Block "A", varsity wrestling and class councils. His ambition is to get to that university in the South and get his "B.A." Page X. Page 28 MARK COLLINS-Mark participated in Student Council, football and gymnastics, and Executive Boarclg he was Guidance Commissioner and a M.P.L. Conference Delegate. He hopes to enter medicine or engineering. KENT CONNAUGHTON-Kent: track, football, C.S.F., and Senior Council. He plans to see the world after college. His favorite quote: "You on the five-year plan at Aragon?" JOHN CONNER-john likes listening to Doug Uttley talk about himself and watching Mr. Diaz take points off. He wants to join the Ron Rotondo fan club. DENNIS COOK-Dennis wants to help others help them- selves. Plans to go to college and to major in business. Also plans to visit the stars with a certain someone. JAMES COOK-jim is a member of the track team. His hobbies are electronics, racing pigeons, and skin diving. His ambition: to attend college, majoring in business and elec- tronics. RUSSELL COPPO-Russ, who studies people's natures, par- ticipated in football, track, band, drama, and Block A. He wants to study law, and enjoys the follies on weekends. RANDALL CORT--Randy: president and secretary of the Block A, member of the Order Commission, and letterman in Varsity football and swimming. He wants to become successful. CHRISTINE COSGRIFF-Chris, a member of A Cappella and Basalits Tri-Y, wants to learn to make people happy. Believes: "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." KENNETH D. CRAM-Although afflicted since youth with the terrible crippler, "bo-legs," Kenneth most sincerely hopes to fulfill his ambition to become President. "All I need is a break," he says astutely. DARALYN CRANERT--Daralyn, a member of the Year- book Staff, Historical Commission, and A.G.A. Hospitality Committee, wants to learn how to smile and believes that no ideal is as good as a fact. CLIFFORD CRETAN-Cliff, a member of the varsity track.tcam, the Madrigals, and the president of A Cappella, plans to attend college, possibly the U. of California. KRIS CROXFORD--"Foxie," future elementary educator, member of modern dance class, student court, class council and Amega Lynda Y, says, "Happiness is when it's time to go . . . home". BARBARA CURRY--Bobbie, who dislikes art, is a member of National Thespians and Basalits Tri-Y. She believes, "Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line." EDWARD CURTIS-Ed prides himself on being just wonderful. DIANE DACUS-Diane, who plans to attend C.S.M. and become a Dental Assistant, says: "I don't care, it's the principle of the thing." SUZANNE DALLEY-Suzie, who is sometimes referred to as "Squirrel Head," enjoys riding with Debbie on m bicycle into trees and over boulders. IRENE DALUZ-"It is now and in this world that we must live."-Andre Gide PAUL DANA-Paul, Student Body Treasurer, participated in vanity cross-country and baseball. He wants to make S.j.L. very happy for a long time. Says, "Have some ulcers." JAY DARRANOGUE-"jaybird" is often saying "Yes, Pamela" . . . His ambitions are to propose to a certain blonde and to build another little yellow roadster. JIM DAVIDSON-Active in Order Commission, Jim wants to get into Police work when through school. He hopes to date a certain person before leaving Aragon. He hopes everybody will Do lt. FRED DAVIS-"Education has its object in the formation of character." CHARLES DAYTON-"aut pax aut bellum" KATHY DEAN--"Kat" is active in the Toltaes Tri-Y, and wants to go to Hawaii on a cattle boat with Louise and jenny. She often says, "Hi ya, honey." CYNTHIA DE ROW-Cindy hopes to get that apartment in Christmas Valley with Jud and not to mention the Cnxsaders or the yellow thing. JACK DEVELING-"My trade and art is to live."-Mon- taigne WAYNE DEVINCINZI--"Boom Boom," order commission, is star fullback and linebacker on the football team and pitcher on the baseball team. Favorite saying--"Beaver shot and you know!" CAROL DIAS-Carol was junior Prom Queen, a member of Senior Class Council and Basalits Tri-Y. Her secret am- bition is Dusty's secret. She says, "Remember! Curiosity killed the cat!" LORIE DILLENBURG-Lorie is interested in folk music and wants to travel in the future. She is Chan-ti-su-taifri-Y secretary Likes water sports. Says "Oh, I'm so embarrassed." DEBORAH DODDS-"Dabbs" hobby is folk music. She belongs to Chan-ti-su-ta Y and hopes to go to college, take chances and not get caught. PAMELA DOLL-Being Varsity Cheerleader, in Student Government, and "Member of Block A," Pam was found painting posters or making decorations. "Being part of Ara- gona tradition is an honor for every, student." Page 29 J iv i DOUGLAS DROESE-Doug is a member of the Ducalians Hi-Y and the golf team. Doug likes albums, chicken wings, and Kathy. Ambition: to make Lan be nice to Kathy! for once. JOHN EASON-John, active in Student Council, Executive Board, Senior Class Council, football, wrestling, and I-Xirud Hi-Y, hopes to keep all the good friends he made in high school. KATHRYN EDWARDS- Kit: Thespian Society, Job's Daughters, G.A.A. Hospitality, active in after school sports: wants to get from the back side of the curtain to the front-the theatre curtain! KIRK EDWARDS-"King of the Laundramat", enjoys chowing down, women, and surfing. He says, "High Class, I'll say!" while with Bud or at the follies on the weekend. WARREN EGAN--Warren, Block A and Varsity basket- ball team member, wastes most of his time waiting for a straight flush in poker. LEE EIDE-"Fuzz Bunny" wants to get his B.A. in four years and, possibly, join the Peace Corps. GEORGE EISENBERG-Being Soph and Student Body President, and member of football, basketball, and track has kept George busy. Furuds Hi-Y, girls, and sports fill up spare time. EISENBERG-"Mouth" loves eating, drinking, laughing, and girls. He is interested in the Sauantes Hi-Y, hiking, Tony, his over-sexcd cat, and girls. His ambitions: irls Page 30 g . LAURIE EISENHART-K. H. particicpated in Drama and P.E.-R.L. I.-P.P.P.F.S.D.H.-and T.F.F.W.-can be heard saying "Good" and "Where's Engleman?" GARY ELLISON-Gary's chief ambition is to spend a lifetime with "El". Other prospects include going to college and becoming a P.O. DAVID ELWARD-Dave has been an active member of the Order Commission and has participated in wrestling. JILL ENGLEMAN--Jill, who was active in dramatics and student government functions, is looking forward to college. She is often heard saying, "We must be conservative", and "Don't get the wrong connotations!" SUZANNE EPPERSON-Sue spends most time going to North Beach and cutting school . . . says: "Evil spells live backwards!" She wants to see Europe from the top of a cycle. CHRISTINE EPPES-Chris, head Varsity Pom-pon girl, and senior class council member, enjoys the sport of sky- gazing. JEANNE FAGOTTI-"Jeannie" was active in A Cappella, Student Councill, and class council. She plans to attend C.S.M., and hopes to be employed by the Federal Govern- ment in the future. PEGGY FANUCCI-Peg, a member of A Cappella, A.G.A. and Basalits Tri-Y, believes "Experience is the Mother of Knowledge." BETTY FARMER-Betty, member of the Pep Club, de- dicates this to the wacltiest, most uneven-tempered guy: "You're the best medicine at times for all. The best to you and Mike." RICHARD FATHY-Rich, active in basketball, cross- country and Block A, wants to go to college. He is often in the gym saying, "I fouled him!" RUTH FERGUSON-Ruth, a member of the California Scholarship Federation and the G.R.G., enjoys tennis and skulpeppering through the dark draughts of Anglo Saxons. DIANE FERRY-"My life is dedicated to the pursuit of large bumblebcesf' RON FIGONI-Ron plans to attend Stanford, and hope- fully expects to go into medicine to become a famous baby doctor, along with Dave Jefferson. DAVID FINKES-Davie, a member of Savantes Hi-Y, enjoys skiing, hunting and playing the guitar. He wants to become an architect and says, "The sports of life and love will glow forever!" DON FISHER-Don, Senior Class President, has been on the Varsity track and cross-Country teams. He enjoys skiing and wants to achieve solitude through turbulent existence. He says, "Say, Fred!" KEVIN FLINT-Kevin, who hopes to be a master mechanic of Ford Syndicate, wants to rebuild his 272 cu. in. Ford V-8 as a Cobra engine. Other interests: Girls, surfing, sports. STIG FLODII-IN--Stig's hobbies are skiing and surfing and his greatest ambition is to go to C.S.M. in a very fast cor- vette. Says: 'I can't believe it." STEPHEN FOLEY ANDY FORD-Christmas in Chinatown and a fuzzy green sweater. Track kaesers, Cretan sickist K.T.C. 844 caz Daskarolis Hollister 336 miles walking Cbbra 880. T.j.Y. Cal fly Diane. ROBERT FORD-"Saddle your dreams afore you ride 'em."-Mary Webb GARY FRACCHIA-Gary, a member of the Aristocrat Staff and a cheerleader, likes basketball and tropical fish and hopes to be a head yell leader in college. EDITH FRANZ-"Edec", newspaper staff, C.S.F., Foreign Relations and Hospitality Commission member, says "Think Ethnic" and wants to see Annette get through a deadline without Mr. Drobac yelling at her. Page 32 LARRY FURLOW-Super Don, Tennis team captain, ori- ginator of "Hey You!" says, "He who climbs to the top of the mountain first gets to stich the flag in," hopes to get B.A. in 1969 from Duke U. EILEEN FURIYAMA-Eileen is a member of the A.G.A. Hospitality Committee, Latin Club, Order Commission and the Rotagalliansg says, "People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones." VICTORIA GADD-Vicki, A.F.S. host sister, Treasurer and President of A.G.A., Homeroom Commissioner, Exec Board, and student council, plans to get her MRS. and B.S. degree as a R.N. by 1970. ANNE GAFFIN-A transfer student from Centi-alia, Missouri, Anne participates in F.T.A. and Basulits Tri-Y. She enjoys sewing, knitting, and sports. She plans to study business and P.E. in college - LOUISE GALINDAU-Xveez., active in the Toltaes Tri-Y, wants to make a million...l.......! She is often heard saying "take gas." BARBARA GANDOLFO-"Candy" enjoys having a good time! She plans to attend C.S.M., then who knows what! 151.1-'KM-I ' i""'x ROYAL GARDNER-Royal has participated iii Latin Club and cross-country. His hobbies: playing tennis, outsmarting teachers, and getting good grades. Lucky for teachers, he graduated in three years. STAN GARLINGTON-Stan's goal is to attend U.C.S.B., join the Peace Corps, and live the life of a Tennis bum on the Hond Coast. CHERI GEI-IANT-Cheri, who can always be found dancing at the Y, wishes everyone in the class of '6! much happiness. DON FRIEDMAN-"Flush", Frosh basketball team, Mad- rigals, and Yearbook Staff, says he's the royal lush of a big card deck. His grandfather invented something??? His future ambition-Sheila. PENNY FRIEND-Fang . . . order commission, and Year- book Staffg hopes to become a dental hygienist and an expert at playingjacks so she can beat her opposition. Favor- ite saying: "Hi sweetie!" CHERYL FULLER--"Life has a way of continuing, and thoughts have a way of melting into memories only to be searched out at a moment of sadness, no longer to thrive as deeds." REBECCA GENECK-"Becky" enjoys synchronized swim- ming and archery. She wants to major in recreation, attend dental college at the U. of Hawaii, and says, "patted", or "move the bod". DON GENSLER-Don wants "to involve myself in pite- ous existence through the lamentable tragedy, life." He "shall validly despair" his birth, and teach himself to feel beauty. L.S. agrees. MICHELE GIANANDREA-Howard Johnson, I leave my locker to you and you alone-if-'l238 38-10-2. "Good luck this year, fella!" LOIS GIELOW-"W.W.", member of A Cappella and Madrigals, ,Iob's Daughters, and a Candy Striper, wants "to help Fe' solve her problems instead of getting her to solve mine." NANCY GILBERG-Nancy hopes to be a nurse so she can help B.C. in her discovery. ALLEN DOUGLAS GILMORE-Doug enjoys serious con- versation ancl good times. He wants to see Europe before 1969, and can usually be found swinging from a paint scaffold or Bobbie's hand. is to become a biologist. one happy someday. Barb in Ohio. BERNICE GREENHILL-Bernice, an A Cappella member, is active on varied commissions. She would rather knit baby booties than be president of Rof Nedia Tri-Y. NANCIE GRIMES-Nancie: J.V. Cheerleader, Order Com- mission, Junior Council, and Service Commission. Hobbies -bongo boarding at M.T.'s. Ambition-to leam how to gobble on skiis. RICHARD GUNN-Richard, a member of the P.A. crew and National Thespians, wants to be a communications technician. JEFF GISLASON Jeff a science club member, enjoys camping, model railroadmg, and canoemg. His ambition DIANE MARIE GIUSTO-"Di" loves water skiing, danc- ing, and horsebackriding. Her goal: Legal secretary. Fa- vorite saying: "I know it!" Her ambition: to make some- MICHELE GLAUBERT-"P. G.", active member of the CC., dislikes people who are continually flippant. Says, "What's anything without happiness". Ambition: to see JOANNE GOLDSTONE-Joanne has been a member of the Sophomore Council, Future Teachers Club, and Spanish Club. Ambition-To go to college in the fall and to suc- ceed in all that she attempts. JOHN GRAHAM-john was active in swimming, wrest- ling, and D.D.C. He wants "To make his first million picking fruit in the valley of the jolly Green Giant." TERRY GRAY-Terry, whose hobby and living is music, says "Out of sight," and wants to make it out of high school before he's old enough to vote. TIM GLIDDEN-"Little Boose" likes waterskiing, motor- cycles, and the things they sometimes carry on the back. His ambition: to surpass his brothers "hot" record and to get his B.A. by 1969. JOSEPH GODWIN-When joe isn't working on cars, he's busy cutting school fas often as possiblej. His life am- bition is to be a toll collector on S.M. bridge. PAUL GOLDSTEIN-Paul likes working with ham radios, hi-fis, motorcycles, and dragging Grand Prix. In sports, he enjoys wrestling and swimming. Page 33 JOHN HAINS-john, member of A Cappella and Block A, participated in Varsity track and football. He hopes someday to become a professional bum and wants to know, "Who's buyin' this week?" STAN T. HALL-Stan, whose hobby is truck driving, wants to be an operating engineer and says, "I love money!" MARGO HAMILTON-Margo, an officer of A.G.A., and the Junior Class, is a member of the Student Council and likes playing snuggles with her teddy bear. BARBARA I-IANEY-Bobbie says, "I have met people here who have opened new channels of thought for me. I realize how much I want to travel and meet more such people." PATRICIA HANRAHAN-Pat, Election Commissioner, A.G.A. vice president and secretary, is member of CS.F. and Aristocrat Staff, she wants to be first to drive across thc Atlantic. BOB HANSEN-Bob wants to build a 327 double over- head cam shaft Chevy, and "to get Mr. Ruppel's Chevy six overhauled before I graduate." WILLIAM HARVICK-"Crip" wants Swedes to conquer the world, is President of D.D.C., likes Sweden, W.W.S. and jazzg says: "May our thirst for knowledge never wine." KEITH I-IASHIGUCI-II-Keith, who likes hunting and fishing, plans to go to C.S.M. for two years and then to the University of California. HARVEY HEATH-Harvey likes sports cars and night rallies. SUSAN HEDRICK-Susan, member of Rainbow Girls, Thespians, and B.Y.F. wants to be able to finish her homework before the period it's due. She says, "Let's cut!" PETER HENNESSEY-Pete, a part-time student, plans to make nothing but money. His favorite pastime is thinking of angles on how to make more money. PAMELA HENRY-Member of Aristocrat Staff, Rof- Nedia Tri-Y, G.R.A., A.G.A. Finance, A.F.S., Historical Commission and class council, Pam wants to be a Whole- Hearted Friend. GREGG HERKEN-Gregg, generally known as the found- er of the second Pan-German Club, is interested in history and political science. He likes to say, "Sieg-heil, Kelly." SHERI HERMANSEN-Sheri, active member of the C.C., hopes to see The Broad Mind published: says, "'They are not long, these days of wine and roses', so live them now." SUSAN HIATT-Nikki, an M.P.L. delegate, a member of the Silver Sword Commission and the badminton, tennis and basketball teams, likes to say "or wheat." PAUL HOFFMAN-"Wes", an active student, has been league champion in tennis, a basketballer, and is a yo- deling Swiss skier. Plans to have a successful college ca- reer. He says, "Let's be friends." ADRIENNE HOGG-"Butch" is always found at foot- ball and basketball games with "Shelly" and "Sam". She needs a bigger hope chest even though it's hopeless. Fa- vorite saying: "Bo!" JANICE HOLSTEN-jan, head J.V. cheerleader, varsity cheerleader, Service Commissioner, Rally Commission and Executive Board member, wants to make seven days a week a life long game. GILMAN HOSKINS-Gil likes reading, eating, and sleep- ing, wants to be commanding officer of the 15th Panzer ii ii Grenadiers when he grows up. He says, "Ai Yan!", and generally means it. DENNIS HOUSTON-Dennis, who likes hunting and fish- ing, is active on the swimming team at Hillsdale, and wants to study Forestry at Oregon State. JEANNE HUDSON-Jeanne has been a member of Stu- dent and Junior Class Councils. She hopes to make a success in the big wide world out there, and marry that certain someone. wht JOHN HUGHES-John plans to make a million by the time he is twenty and then spend the rest 08 his life re- laxing on an island in the South Pacific. RICHARD HUMBER-"Piccolo Pete": Band, Intemational Relations, S.S.S., and Student Council. Anywhere there is a musical group he says, "All right. I have the baton now". ANN HUMPHREY-Ann, who was A.G.A. Junior Rep- resentative and participated in the French Club and school plays, likes winter rain, summer seas, and Golden Gate Park. JAMES HUMPHREY-Jim, a member of "B" basketball, likes cars and basketball and hopes to make his first mil- lion before he's 21. Favorite saying: "I..et's torque!" DONNA LYNN HUTCHING-Donna likes to spend her time bowling and sewing. Her ambition is to leam to ski. She wants to become a secretary. Favorite saying: "Ya know!" MARTIN IMBLER-"Pseudo" likes Aragon and plans to graduate. He enjoys playing basketball or golf. This young whipper-snapper likes dancing and chemistry experiments. To his fans: "Surf's up!" CAROL IRVINE--Carol, a member of the Republican Club, hasn't made many plans for the future. GRACE ITAKURA-Grace, active in A Cappella, National Thespian Society, and Basalits Tri-Y QSeer'etafYJ. always heard saying, "Give my regards to . . . " Secret ambi- tion: To wake up early someday. Says: "Better late than never." RICHARD IZMIRIAN-"Izzy" is the biggest nose in the class of '6S. He hopes the yearbook won't goof him up again and says, "Big noses are a sign of intelligence." Page 35 DAVID JEFFERSON-Dave plans to attend Stanford with Ron Figone and hopes to go into medicine with him The first baby they will work on? Mike Bechtold! LINDA JONES-"Squecky", hopes the wish she made at the Hyatt House comes true. Her ambition is to have Mar give up "candy." She says, "How's Dennis?l" JOHN JOHNSON-john, a member of the Stamp Club and the Merry Marvel Marching Society, is the world's foremost authority on the subject of comic books. Friedrich Nietzsche. bad things. above Aragon's halls. JOHN KAWASAKI-john enjoyed track, Hi-Y activities, being in Mr. Rupp's illustrious M.D. 7-8 class. John hopes the "valuable" training received in Mr. Rupp's class will some day be of great use. BARBARA KEILES-Barbara has been active in A.G.A. Hospitality Committee, Elections Commission, Pep Club, and Spanish Club. Her ambition is to be den mother of troop No. 8427186 at San Jose. ROYCE KELLY-Royce, typically says little, does less, and likes maple-nut ice-cream. He can be heard muttering to himself that "sincerity will triumph over snickering friends." LINDA JOHNSON-Linda has been in the Medical Careers Club, the Latin Club, and Pep Club. LINDA CALCAGNO JOHNSON-Linda, a member of student council, wants to spend a rich and happy life with her hubby, Eric, and daughter, Tracy. GAYLE JOST-"Invisible threads are the strongest ties."- RANDY KAEFER-Randy, a member of Aragon's basket- ball and baseball teams, wants to start a new life after graduation. He enjoys Fridays and wants to forget the BRUCE KAHOUN-Bruce, who likes to ski, wants to rise RITA KANE-Rita, who loves playing hockey and bas- ketball with TF.F.W., says "don't give me a bad time", and "just wants to have a friend named Rob." PAMELA JOYCE-Diety, Tin, Roberts, SSS, Perception, "Paganized through the glass", the tank, Hillsdale. GARY JUCHERT-Gary, a member of the Gymnastics team, hopes to marry j.T. in four years. MARIO KACLUDIS-"To live is like to love - all reason is against it, and all healthy instinct for it." KEN KELTON-"The only good thing about high school is getting out." KATHERINE KING-"Kathie" was news editor of the Aristocrat, and a member of the Senior and Student Coun- cils, Elections Commission, Ways and Means Committee, and Rof Nedia Tri-Y LARRY KIRKPATRICK-"Kirk", participated in tennis and basketball. His ambitions are not to attend any more cast parties and to always have someone home. Favorite saying: "Stoke". JOHN KLINGER-No one saw what Klinger did: He shut the world outside: Such won'drous things beneath that lid, that wept for air . . . and died. CHERYI.. KNOBLOCH-"Chubs", who enjoys water-ski- ing, wants to travel around the world as a secretary for a handsome executive. Favorite saying: "What's the skinny?" ROBERT KRASE-Bob is active in being non-active ex- cept for nasty Aristocrat columns and C.S.F. He hopes to fill himself with the nectar of life, and says, "O.K. then." CHERI KRAUS--R.M. is getting a visit soon from Cheri because her motto is "Don't put off tomorrow what you can do today!" Says: "The future has promise." MARY ALICE KREMPETZ-Mary, a member of the G.A.A., has participated in gymnastics meets and dance concerts. Her hobbies are swimming and surfing. She plans to take a liberal arts course in college. SUSAN KROUGH - Sue, student council member and A.G.A. Secretary, after making a fast million playing her banjo in the Ozarks, plans to move to Sausalito and sue the Sandal Maker. PHIL KRUG-Phil, a ham radio operator, plans a future in electronics. He enjoys good hip boot sessions and a certain girl: asks: "How about a sour Reaber Snatcher?" KARYN LENORE KRUTTSCHNITT-Karyn: Student Body Secretary, A.G.A. Secretary, Service Commission She discovered with Janie, "When it rains it pours." Says: "A nose is a nose is a nose." PAMELA KUEFFER-Pam, a Rof-Nedia Tri-Y member, is planning to go to C.S.M.-after that, who knows? She'd like to visit Marit in Norway sometime. Favorite saying: "Let me drive!" LINDA LEE LANDON-Linda, president of the French and Medical Careers Clubs, wants her B.S. and MRS. de- grees and a S5 bet from Ginny: says, "Cry on my shoul- der -it's water-proof!" VIRGINIA LANG-Ginny can't wait till school is out. She's trying her best not to collect a bet from Linda. Her favorite saying: "Wanna see Mike's picture?" SUSAN LANGLEY-Sue, who enjoys swimming and horse- back riding, plans to go to Cal Poly. Favorite saying: "Move your bod!" Page 37 KAY LANGSTON-Kay is Vice President of her Tri-"Y" She wants to become a nursery school teacher, marry Rick, and raise six kids. LARRY LARSON-Lars, a member of the Senior Lunch Room, likes coin collecting, annoying Mr. Knees, and scor- ing basketball, track, gymnastics, and cross-country. NANCY LAURIE-"Brat" transferred from Mercy for her senior year. Her hobby is keeping "Zorro" out of trouble. Ambition: To marry Mike Bobsien sooner or later. MICHAEL LOY-Mike has been a member of X-Country and swimming teams. Hobbies: skiing, skiing, and more skiing. His ambition: To be as famous as Stein Eriksen. SUSAN LUND-"Slund": Medical Careers Club, Band, and P.H.Q. of Job's Daughters, plans to be an Occupational Therapist. Says, "People are like that, Yeh! they are!" MARIT MAELAND-After Marit retums to Norway, she plans to secure her teaching degrees She has been honorary member of Exec. Board, Student Council, and a member of Rof-Nedia Tri-Y. Page 38 BARBARA LAZAR-"Zorro" is jazzed on waterskiing and skiing and says, "We're fighting again." Ambition: To marry a certain North Dakota boy named "I.oppy." PATRICIA LEAHY-Patty, a member of A Cappella, wants to spend her life eating congo squares and living in a world where laziness is a virtue. DIXIE LEARN-Dixie has participated on the Medical Careers Club and Latin Club. JUDY LEAVY-Judy, most importantly, is an active mem- ber and official chauffeur of the CC. She has been active in the A.G.A., enjoys working on tems plays, and says, "Man the torpedoesln SUSAN I.EAVY4ue, who knows her ins and outs, is being sent by Speedy Air mail, special delivery to Missouri, to get her away from the Jolly Green Giant. GERALD LEENDERSTSEN-jerry: "Spider" has been an active participant on the varsity track team. He can be found anywhere he's not supposed to be, saying, "Today, nothing: Tomorrow, the World!!!" LEWIS LEFCOURT-A gymnast and wrestler, Lew is nicknamed "The Little Ape." He likes to ride his Honda to Daly City on rainy days. He plans to be a teacher. BARBARA LEWIS-Barbara hopes to be a doctor so she can find a cure for oil. She hopes to get out before she slips on it. VIRGINIA LINTINI-"Ginny," president of "Chan-Te-Su- Ta Tri-Y," enjoys sewing. She plans to go to college after graduation, and to be a successful housewife for someone. MARTHA MANGIS-Martha, who was Art Commissioner for IM years and an Executive Board member, is headed for a teaching career. DEBRA MANSFIELD-Debbi likes riding with Sue on a bicycle into trees and over boulders. Her ambition is to go to S.F. during Chinese New Year-safely. JEFFREY MARCUS-Jeff, who hopes to get a job like Smokey and go over his head, says, "God knows l'm sorry." His hobbies include wine, women, song, and grappling. MICHAEL MARQUARDT-"Marltpint" wants to crush imbler in basketball and sing "Twist and Shout" better than Cram and Furlow. Wishes luck to unfortunate stu- dents. Says instinctively, "Illinois stinks." CARLENE MARTIN-Carlene was Varsity and J.V. Cheer- leader, Rally Co-Commissioner, and A Cappella Choir mem- ber. Hopes to have a career and go to Europe before she gets her Mrs. degree. SUSAN MARTIN-Sue wants to meet the Leader of the Pack, see "Tina Delgado" dead, travel to find regional folk music, and meet Bob Dylan. Says: "Okay go--Okay stop!" HEIDI MARTINS-"Ig" hopes to come back to San Mateo after graduation, also hopes to keep certain plans with a certain friend. Likes to "polka after dinner down the poopin' hill." TERRENCE MAYO-Terry spends as much time as possi- ble shooting, stuffing, and eating beavers. He intends to become a corporation president at 25, retire at 40, and then go into politics. PATTY JEAN MCCARTHY-Pat, a member of Chan-Te- Su-Ta tri-Y and Job's Daughter's Honored Queen, wishes she could make up her mind about the future. PEGGY MCCARTHY-Peggy, sixth period modern dancer, plans to become a dental hygienist. She wishes luck to a certain teacher who cherishes English 8. Says: "Keep thinkin' it!" DENISE MCCOOL-"Mac's" activities include International Relations Commission, Latin Club, and French Club. She enjoys going to the beach and dancing and can be found admiring a certain black VW. JAMES MCFADDEN-"It is easy to be heavy, hard to be light."-G. K. Chesterton SUZANNE MCFALL-"Sue" likes to roller skate and can always be heard saying: "not really!" and "Really?" Sue plans to make that certain someone happy in the neat future. VICKIE McGRAW-Vicki participated in Art Commission. "That's all." DOUGLAS McLAlN-Doug has been Order Commission head, on Student Council, on Financial Control Board, and President of Poseidon Hi-Y. Ambition: To do all things in life, and get away with it. Es K Page 39 Page 40 RANDAL MEEDS-Randy, a transfer student from Sali- nas, participated in Varsity football and baseball, is inter- ested in art and design and hopes to become an architect. ED MELLERA--Ed, a member of varsity wrestling, and Furuds Hi-Y, has the favorite activity of spending lunch in the S.B. room. Ambition: "To get my B.A. in 1969." GAIL METZGER--A transfer from Burlingame in 1964, Gail participated in Madrigals, Modern Dance, and Future Teachers. An officer in her church group, she plans to attend C.S.M. STEVE MEYERS-Steve, who dedicates this caption to "Crash" Brudno's seat belts, gives this advice: "Don't itch while in armor." JUDI MILLS-"Charlie" plays the guitar and roller skates when she sings, "Hey, wait a minute!" Her ambition is to bowl a 300. MEREDITH MILTON-"Mertz" was vice-chairman of the Thespians and Student Director of "Night Must Fall." Her ambition is S.F. State, class of 1969. She says, "Cheer up, things'll get worse." SALLY MITCHELL--Sally, member of Pep Club, enjoys yelling a lot and being around people. She hopes to be- come a secretary. Favorite saying: "You know it." ROGER MITCHELL-Roger, member of Frosh and Var- sity football teams and Order Commission, likes water- skiing, football, and riding. He hopes to be with "I-I.K."g says, "OK" and "sure guy." DIANA MIZER-Diana, member of Art Commission, hopes to succeed an an interior designer. Her hobbies include spectator sports, out-door activities, and art. SCOTT MORSE-Scott has been active with the P.A. and sound crews, and a member of National Thespians. He hopes to be an electronics engineer. CHRIS MULLMAN--Member of Furud Hi-Yg Activities: frosh football, varsity cross country, head yell-leader, swim- ming, drama, Aristocrat editor. Wants to join U.N.C.I..E. and wipe out Thrush. MARILYN MURFEE-"Moose", AGA Finance Committee and Roto Gallian Tri-Y member, plans to operate a Pop- corn Factory with Doug, and further her education. KAREN NARUP-Karen likes art and guitars. Honor Queen of Job's Daughters, Pacifica Bethel, she plans on Business College and an apartment in l...A. with her girl- friend. DEBORAH NESS-"Debbie" plans to go to C.S.M for one year, then to the University of Arizona. She is going to Europe in the summer of '66. Her hobby: a "Sting Ray." TODD NICHOLSON-Todd says, "Thank goodness I don't have to laugh at any more teachers' jokes." Ambitions? -- Continuation of his brewery. MICHAEL NIELSON-Mike, a member of the Furud Y, order commission, block "A" society. and varsity foot- ball, baseball, and basketball teams, hopes to get a B.S. in 1969. CARRIE NISHIMOTO-Carrie likes to collect stray ani- mals. She wants to travel and afterwards become a beautician. MICHAEL NOE-Michael likes R.B. bumps in the road, submarine races, and his "Y" parties. He plans to be healthy, wise, and very wealthy. He is often heard saying "Shazz am." TIMOTHY NOLAN-"Head" wants to fly around the world with Carol. He hopes he can get out of Aragon alive and then show some teachers how to really live. LINDA NORDSTROM-"Smoxie" enjoys waterskiing with "Chubs". She wants to travel everywhere with "Hooch" in his bad black Volvo, Vladimir. Her goal is to marry and lead a useful, satisfying life. JOHN NORRIS-John hopes to own and drive a fast and reliable car in the near future. JEFFREY O'BRIEN-O'B. belongs to NORTH COAST SURFERS and wants everyone else out of the water! He generally hates people, except his friends, and can be heard saying and doing anything. SAM OCHI-Sam's hobby is electronic experimentation. He hopes to be an electronic engineer, electronic curcuit designer, or T. V. repairman. Goal: to be a star wrestler on channel two. CYNTHIA ODDEN-Cyndee was on A.G.A. hospitality committee, Guidance committee, and Student council. Her ambition is to break more pins and keep rusty nails. MARILYN OGATA-Marilyn, an art and order commis- sion member and member of Rota Gallians Tri-Y, hopes to give a citation before graduation and to have a success- ful future with a "special" someone. JERRY OKADA-Jerry, J.A.P.K.C., Student council, and Kaesers Hi-Y, enjoys baseball, dancing, bowling, spends time working in the rice fields. He hopes to see more nogara's in the future. JAMES O'NEIL-"Red", a member of the Furud's Hi-Y, the varsity football, basketball, and baseball teams, likes to eat out at the J. A. R. ranch BARBARA OSTROFF Barb an active member of the CC is indifferent about Mexican food especially tacos Ambition-to come back to California to meet Michele. HANS PAERL-"Dutchman", whose main ambition is to be serious and strike oil in the Highlands, likes to eat, dance, and say "Hey mon!" DOLORES PAEZ-Dolores is active in 6th period modem dance, GRA, and AGA Hospitality. Her ambition is to be taller than her "little" sister. Page 41 Page 42 DENNIS PAUL-Dennis, active in track, Rally Commis- cion, Senior Beaver Room and Kaesers Hi-Y, plans to get his B.A. in 1969, be a rich bachelor, and eat out every night. STEPHEN PEARSON-"Fish-foot", an active member of Varsity Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, and Student Council, hopes to win an argument with Mr. Fearon. NEIL PETERSON-Neil, President of the Science Club, is a member of the Toyonaka Commission. He plans to be- come an Industrial Designer. NANCY PHALING-"Turtle's" greatest ambition is to stay out of car accidents and to go to Japan. She enjoys being V.P. of Rota-Gallians Tri-Y. MARY ANN PISCIOTTA-"Mare" enjoys parties with Becky, Patti, Margaret, and Suzy. Her hobbies: art and horseback riding. Ambitions: to go to Hawaii soon and to go on to C.S.M. CATHERINE POOLE-Cathy, a transfer from Burlin- game, wants to sell elevator shoes to the pygmies. Favorite saying: "It's a gas!" JAMES PROVENCE-Jim is responsible for sound effects for plays and the schoolwide P.A. system. A member of the National Thespian Society, Jim wants to be a com- munications technician. SUZANNE PRUDHOMME-"Suzy's" hobbies are painting and skiing. She plans to have an apartment, work, and go to the U. of Wisconsin in Madison. Her ambition is to return to Europe this summer. GEORGE QUEEN-"Remember, red Corvairs rule!" His ambition is to be an architect and to meet Elke before Kirk and Tom. JANE PALMER-Jane, a Varsity Pom-Pon girl, on Aristo- crat Staff, Financial Control Board, Order and Elections Commissions, is heard saying to Karyn, "When it rains it pours !" CAROL PAPENHAUSE-Carol, a member of the modern Dance Class and Rota-Gallians Tri-Y, says "Ohl I didn't know", and plays "Dear Abby". Ambition: to succeed at something. TERRIE PASQUINI-"Penguin" is usually heard saying "nothing" and "I don't know". Her hobbies are sewing and people-watching. Her wish is for happiness for all her friends. JACK RAIN-Jack, a member of the National Thespians, and active in Aragon Drama work, wants to go into radio and television announcing. His favorite saying is, "Just Wuunderrful." LOUISE RICHMAN-Louise, a member of the French Club, Silver Sword Commission, and A.G.A. Finance Com- mittee, wants to rollerskate through the Congo. SUSAN RICHMOND-Sue, a member of Basalits Tri-Y, believes that "you may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you do not tnxst enough." PAMELA LYNN ROLLEY 'Cuddles" . . . often says, JOHN RIST-"lf at first you do not succeed, don't take anymore chances."-Kin Hubbard TRAVIS ROGERS-Travis' activities include Rally Com- mission, Amega Lynda Tri-Y, and A.G.A. Hospitality. She often says, "Hunk the Hom," and "You All." JOAN ROLLETT-"J, R.", who likes driving a certain Ford, wants to understand certain people and still keep laughing. Favorite saying: "Is it all worth it?" No! jaybird' Ambitions . . . to own a 1956 Chevy . . . to accept a certain proposal from a certain gymnast. KEN ROOST-Kenny, a Furud, hopes to be admitted to C.S.M. and to someday get the Metro back from his brother. He was Hi-Y "Coach of the Year" and loves to blow his horn. JUDY ROSSI-Roso is active in Art commission and A.G.A. Plans: to see if she can spell "Bech-told" right and someday to stop the world and get off. RICK ROTONDO-As a hobby, Rick likes to shoot beaver. RON ROTONDO--Ron, who is stoked on waves, tries to convince Ridley that big waves are better than big bulbs. He is often heard saying, "Hi Fool". ANTHONY ROZEWSKI-"A man that will enjoy a quiet conscience must lead a quiet life."--Lord Chesterfield RHONDA RUMELL-Rhonda is eagerly anticipating that long walk down the aisle. Until that happy day, she ex- ploits her energy in trying to beat ber opponents in jacks! Says, "Guy!" JANET RUSAKE-Janet, an active member of the CC's, loves someone's greasy fingernails beyond repair. Her am- bition is to be a karate teacher. BARBARA SALK--Barbara exclaims, "Gee whiz, kids, isn't Aragon neat?" KAREN SAMUEL-"Doll-Face" loves dancing and the Beatles. Her ambition is to become a stewardess and travel most of her life. Favorite pastime: Beatles "6!". Favorite saying, "Paul, not Guy, Nancy." LAN SCHADEL-Lan, a member of Student Council, Order Commission, and Ducahans Hi-Y, enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, and being with Jan. RON SCHAAF-"Ronnie", who says "thanks a lot", likes cutting down the B.A. chick and P.P., and wants to learn to drive her mothcr's honda and T.W.F.T.R.B.T.C.A. Page 43 DIANE SCHEIDEMAN-Active in A.G.A. and Order Commission, Dee wants to conquer a Musketeer and pull more Kapers. She hopes to attend U. of Arizona and become a Dental Hygienist. WAYNE SCHRADER-Wayne played Varsity Basketball, was active in Student Court as sophomore, junior, and Chief justice, and was a member of CSF and SSS. LINDA SCHROMM-Linda, a member of Chan-ti-Su-ta Tri-Y, wants to marry R.T. and have lots of little R.T.'s. Her goal is to own an X.K.E. SHELDON SCHUSTER-"Shelly" has participated in var- sity swimming, X-country, band, dance band. This Senior class vice-president will go to Cal at Davis on a pre-medical program. LLOYD SCHUTTE-This Hamletian Cowardly Lion, sub- stituting pleasing poetry for almost Pyrrhic prose, skir- mishes with Kosciuskos in Reds and Blacks. A member of Aristocrat Staff, he emulates Henry V for Galatean Brynhild. SHIRLEY SCHUTTE-"Little One", varsity Pom-Pon girl, loves modern dance and tall boys, she hopes to sur- pass her twin in height and become a member of Aragon's fabulous basketball team. NANCY SCHWERIN-Nancy's hobby is helping U1 her boyfriend with his car, she can be heard saying, "Remem- ber Bermuda!" She wants to be a registered nurse special- izing in pediatrics. SUZANNE SCNEDER-Sue, Aristocrat Feature Editor, Court Justice, and dough-nutter. A disciple of Price, she recalls Oedipus, reality, Portrait, cognac and 329! Ambi- tion: Calmer traumas, self-discipline, and sincerity. GWYNNE L. SEARLS-dieties . . . PJ . . . June 26, 1964 . . . SSS . . .revelation . . . Bob Dylan . . . competition . . . Volksy . . . Lilli and Jamo. 1 , e.sz.s:.ff '-ee.e::w:..1esltile. f i 'ff-:xq: ii.'.w HOWARD SENDACH-Howard's favorite activities are sleeping and flirting. Most of his time is spent with a certain "blonde." He hopes to become a successful business man. BOB SHAPIRO-Bob's favorite pastime is auto racing and making pizza. PAUL SHIMOFF-"Arnie" can most often be found look- ing for his "sticks" and saying, "Yep, gotta hit some today." After high school he plans on hitting the "tour." Page 44 YOSHIKI SHINHUA-"Yoi' who enjoys the Rota Gal- lians Tri-Y and going to "Benjo" in the car, hopes some- day to go back to japan with a couple of friends. JUDITH SINGLETON-Judy, Foreign Relations Co-Com- missioner, News Editor of Aristocrat, member of Student Council and Elections commission. She hopes to become a teacher and warp the minds of little children. DAVID W. SHOAF-Dave, active member of gymnastics team and Naval Reserve, wants to settle down with a cer- tain L.G.B. CHRISTINE SJOGREN--Chris is a member of A.G.A. Hospitality and Roto Gallians Tri-Y. Next year she plans to attend C.S.M. SHARON SLADE-"Sis" enjoyed A.G.A. Hospitality, Order Commission, and the Pep Club. She spends most of her time at school, and says "Are you serious?" ANNETTE SMITH-Annette, Feature and News Editor of Aristocrat, C.S.F., Elections, and Better Government Commissions member: wants to invent a mate for the I.B.M. machine. DANIEL SMITH-"Half the things that people do not succeed in, are through fear of making the attempt." -james Northcote CAROL SOAL-My desires are twofold: to continue studying ballet, and to see the places I have studied about in history and literature. ROBERT SOMERBY-YMCA record-holder, most con- secutive fun-nites missed . . . Expects Wood to star in AAU ball, taught Anderson everything he knows . . . confident in McCarty's "Blueprint for Aragon." RICHARD SPENCER-Rich participated in Student Coun- cil, Orientation Committee, and was a member of the Artesians Hi-Y. He wants to make M.A. very happy, and set an endurance record with the "A." RENEE SROKA-Renee likes riding around with Mary, Judy and Maxine. She says "Dumb Ace" and hopes to marry and keep Dean happy and have three little 300 rollers. KIRK STATHES-Kirk, Executive Boardg Student and Class Councilsg Rally, Order, and Better Government Com- missionsg Baseball, tennis, and football: wants to meet Elke before Tom and George. Future? Architectural En- gineering. DIANE STEELE-Diane enjoys Job's Daughters, striping, and working on the Hospitality Committee. Her hobbies are art and putting up with Freshmen. GARY STERLINCFGary flies high with a pure mixture. He played frosh and j.V. football, but failed sandbox. He accepts j'eff's apology. LEE STEWART-Lee, a member of the Pep Club, hopes to go to college and become a Medical Secretary. CAROL STOCKSTADT--"The result of the education process is capacity for further education."-John Dewey KATHRYN STRAVVSBERG--"Kit," an active member of M.P.l... Conference, Student Court, Rally Commissiong was Senior Class Secretary and a member of the Rof Nedia Tri-Y. CATHERINE SUSOFF--Cathy's ambition is to be a teacher C'My favorite enemy!"j Favorite pastimeg "bomb- ing" in San Jose. Favorite saying: "Oh, Duh." Page 45 CANDY SWANSON-"It made me gladsome to be get- ting, some education, it being like a big window opening." -Mary Webb DAVE SWENSON-Dave, who wants to be a political scientist, participated in Varsity football and track. LAURA SWENSON--Laura would like to have an edu- cation, work, then travel, likes sewing, modern dance and says, "Holy-moly." Page 46 PAUL SWENSON--"Swede," who has never let his schooling interfere with his education, was a member of the football and wrestling teams, Order Commission, and Block A. ROBERT SWICKARD--Bob, who enjoys surfing, scuba- diving and playing in the band, would like to try andfor hack oceanography:favorite saying, "B.F.D." SUSAN TABLER--Sue, who was International Commis- sioner and band member wants to find a green shade where everything doesn't come out boum. Ars est musntum. Vale Qvalveij EDWARD TAKEMORI-Ed, whose nickname is "Tak, Tick-Tals, Take" wants to throw 20 feet on the potter's wheel. His ambition is to receive a Master's degree. His favorite sports are football and volleyball. ROBERT TEACHOUT-Bob's hobby is racing pigeons, and he has to run darn fast to beat them. When he goes on dates he quits. MIRIAM TELLER-Miriam, 1964 Grid Queen, says, "Let's seriously back up and re-group the Sprite situation."A member of Order Commission and Hospitality Committee, she wants to get to "Arizona or Bust." DENNIS THODAS-Dennis, member of Block A and varsity track team, enjoys hunting, horseback riding, and going to the follies with the boys. DIANE TOBY-Diane, has been junior class elected Rep. and in the Madrigals and Thespians. Her ambition is "to make Who's Who in American Witches." ROBERT TOCCHINI-"My great ambitions are to pull a 4-F before I'm 18, smile when a girl passes, and do some- thing with my four years of Technical Drawing." WILLIAM TOMLIN-"Education has for its object the formation of character."--Herbert Spencer PAMELA TONIATTI-Wishes luck to: P.W. and D.F. with Mother Wg to King D.T. and K.K.: to j.H. and sisg to B.P. with his grape juiceg and to T.B. with South Africa. ROBERT TOSCHI-Bob, 1964 Junior Prom King, has been active in Order Commission and has participated in varsity basketball for three years. Ambition: to travel around the world. MARGARET TRAUGOTT-Margaret, student body treasurer and a past representative to Girl's State, hopes someday to make it to Boy's State. DENNIS TREMAIN-Dennis' goals are to become an engineer and to sec Gregg tarred and feathered by his own hordes. He'll someday say, "Parva propia magna, magna aliena parva." MARK TRUEBLOOD-Mark has participated in Varsity football, basketball, and Furuds Hi-Y. His hobbies: all sports, especially water and snow skiing. He wants to become a CIA agent. SUE TULLAR-Sue hopes to attend University of Wash- ington and come back to visit her friends in San Mateo. VICTOR TURCHET-Vic has been a member of the swimming team for four years and manager of the basket- ball team for two years. SID URBANO-"Gleel-ter", member of the Rangers and Order Commission, often says, "That's too bad" and "HarIey's rule". DOUGLAS UTTLEY-Doug's favorite activity is surfing and his goal is to live in Hawaii again. His life's ambition is to skeg Steve Ridley. "All I care about is surfing." THOMAS VADNAIS-Tom, active in sports and the Savantes Hi-Y, enjoys warm water and relaxation. His goals are to major in business administration and- to meet Elke before Kirk and George. DONALD VAN ZANDT-"How sweet it were . . . with half-shut eyes ever to seem falling asleep in a half- dream!" -Tennyson IGOR VASILIEV-"Vaseline" likes to play the piano whenever anyone will listen. His hobbies are bridge, chess, and girls in that orderg he hopes to be a doctor. JERROLD VEJMOLA-Jerry, active in Aragon's music program, plans to study music at Berkeley School of Music. He would like to see the Aragon Dance Band be as good as C.S.M.'s. DEV VRAT-"Dave" wants to become India's best surfer, and longs to be able to "Puri like Pearl." Spending his time mooching rides, he says: "How are you getting home?" PAUL WAGNER-Paul regrets his inactivity throughout his four years, because he can't think of a ...,........ thing to write in this book now. RAYMOND WAHRER-Ray hopes for a future of beer and schnaps. KAYE WALLACE-Kaye, who hopes to return to Aus- tralia, served on the A.G.A. Hospitality and Order Com- missions. Ambition: to be a dental assistant and tour Europe. Any volunteers? Page 47 . Page 48 DONALD WATERS-Don, varsity football player and "surfer", hopes to get his B.A. in four years and live off all his rich buddies. PAMELA WAYNE-Pam, who will be living in L. A., hopes to see her old buddies again and says to S.S.C.j. "See you in Balboa." SARAH WELCH-Sarah's active in G.R.A., A.G.A., and commmissions but regrets never being able to join the varsity swim team. She plans on attending Davis next year to awaken the "aggie town." ROBERT E. WELLS-Robert has the distinction of being a direct descendent of the great confederate general Robert E. Lee. BRENDA WHITE-Brenda hopes to help N. G. and B. L. find a cure for that oil so we won't slip on it! Goal: to find that tall dark guy wherever he is! LINDA WIEGNER-"Wiggy" participated in after school sports, A.G.A. Hospitality, and Job's Daughters. Her ambi- tion: to be the only nurse in a hospital where all the doctors are sick. SUSAN KAY WILLIAMS-"Sue" likes to go to the beach, bowl, and play tennis. Ambition: to be an efficient OJ secretary. Goal: "to fly away with my favorite Martian." CAROLE WILLIAMSON--Carole spends most of her time working on volunteer jobs. She enjoys meeting famous people. Her greatest ambition is to go to Europe and see T. B. MARY ELLEN VVILLYERD-Mary Ellen, student store manager, was active in art commission and drama, she says, "If you haven't got time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?" BILL WILSON-Bill says that best things come in small boxes. Often says "Go Fritz" to J. R., B. W., etc. DALE WILSON- JOHN WILSON-John, who is interested in track, skiing, surfing, and sports car driving, wants to pole vault 18 feet, write an irrefutable essay for Mr. Price, and attend college. PAUL WINDISH-"Windy", a varsity football and base- ball player, wants to go to Mexico and "eat at the Blue Fox." Favorite saying: "Oh Boy!" KEITH WINKLER-Keith plans a mysterious future attending C.S.M. GLENN WVINSLOW-"Peanut", varsity football player, wants to make Rosanne happy and enjoys Bacardi. He is forever saying: "I. S. D. L. Y." and "Let's have a serious conversation." 1 ,.Xx,: bis' Qi .Xb A ix il me Q ,l N KRISTEN WOLLNER-Kris-usually seen dashing around school, has participated on many commissions and in Rota- Gallians Tri-Y. Goal-To be on time for a change. PAUL WOOD-Paul has participated in Varsity and B basketball and plans to play in the A.A.U. league in San Francisco. ROBERT WOOD-Rob enioys hunting and surfing. He is almmt always found with Rita, either walking around school with her or at her house. DOUGLAS WRIGHT-Doug, a member of the golf and frosh football teams and A Cappella, also enjoys skiing and skateboarding. He wants to own a popcom factory with Marilyn. MARK YAMAGUMA-Mark likes track, basketball, the J.A.P.K.C., and the Kaesers Hi-Y. He wants to hit the ancestral soil and establish M.A.Y. 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Q X .X -in X x Page 49 'xx ' NX 1 K -bex 'x"Li, ,F . .N-xxgb .- N .u .H 3 xx, .K N ' SQH1 or ban '65 senior poll ShortescQTal1esr Shirley Schune Bob Toschi School Page 54 S Q . ig, .fy 5. QW: M. 4 Q ffffwi Q ,A g R' 5, , ""'-' -.Q-. -. bw YV' ' w 2'1.x,..X,-gy . " Q f "" "" A, . -Y nf, im. I wx . ' M + Y :kk 5 ' ' A ,V X . ff K K f 'N K Wf"'f' --..,., x 535-2 Q , ,Q Q rw 31?-f,1...,,,-,,.i'i-A-wivrrv many. x .---pa., - 2'2 Vkwmkw ' X z ...J .. v-f.............,. N -. 4 . z fi: f :ax X W is r 2 -sul X rs 5 S 5 ,, f Rfb ,YA r ia . A xv T51 , X 'V f E I 3 Liv Q xx 5- , . B Q 5 K x . V E s Q 1 , 52315 K , xi, 9? ,R E M ? '-375' 'ff ,s wa" 1JfQf,?T, 'L J' gl 3' K-,2vg,,qj7,L. - Qkyagga ,tmxoxli J,e-6-Qi 0. .51 M' 5: ,,Bc,,v,.gQLL,C-m? 'rkgq -56,-sau: ..v.Q1.LM- L,vg,QJxXlA.x.xC.G Nfl'-'vw ,N-XSL, vvpxc-QL.. Rei CFA-E ,XJQVQQL VOPVNVSL. "Qfx.Q.-,,xl,y3,ulf-L.,5,fgv C-yQ.J,:,3CA..,k.K3 . bi-DIKR, K PGN-f'Xfvs w Page 58 4 3 For most men rest is stagnation-activity madness. -Epicurus ' ..e Page 59 r ,WI 11 if 4,0 9 S. , ff' ,fix Ut! !j7'4lf ffl f' George Eisenberg President fall W X 4 Karen Kruttschnin Secretary Bruce Allen Vice President tudent Paul Dana Page 60 Treasurer V bod officer Wayne Schrader Chief Justice Bob Bacon President john Eason Vice President sprin Pam Doll Secretary Page 61 tudent SPRING ROW ONE: J. Eason, A. Berman, M. Berger, D. Cantua, T. Williams, Lurie, P. Westphal, K. Zugay. ROW THREE: B. Bacon, P. Dana, D. V. Palmer, L. Schadel, J. Altieri, K. Scathes, D. Fisher. M. Collins, D. McClain, R. Larson, J.Altieri,I... Cretan, D. Dodds, A. Nimal, B. Allen, Gilmore, S. Greenberg, R. Linehan, L. Bendure, S. Komisarek, L. McLeod, C. Rognier, H. Robertson, J. Reid, G. Pelzner, D. Edison, D. Connolly. K. Burnham, S. Schutte, H. Spritzer, J. Fife, L. Lee, J. Eisenberg, S. In addition to being the leg- islative body of the school, the student council serves as a nu- cleus for student government. Student council is made up of twelve representatives from each class, the four class presi- dents, the four student body officers, the parliamentarian, and all appointed commission- ers. FALL ROW ONE: W. Schrader, B. Allen, P. Dana, M. Traugott, G. Eisen- berg, K. Kruttsehnitt. ROW TWO: G. Goldblatt, J. Copes, C. Martin, J. Singleton, V. Gadd, P. Doll, M. Maeland, M. Hamilton. ROW THREE: P. Peyton, G. Winslow, L. Cavanagh, S. Kalliam, T. Williams, J. Tallett, C. Summer, D. Cantua, J. Hudson. ROW FOUR- C. Day- mn, B. McCarty, K. Lee, K. Stathcs, B. Bonomo, S. Luery, J. Eisenberg. ROW FIVE: D. Benelli, R. Grain- ger, B. Hutchinson, C. Hutchinson, L. Kahoun, J. Fife, R. Dolinsek, J. G-iacometti. ROW SIX: D. Connolly, H. Spritzer, P. Finkes, R. Rosen, J. Eason, M. Collins, R. Spencer, J. Wilson. ROW SEVEN: M. Wexler, R. Singer, G. Pelzner, R. Linehan, B. Mayor, B. Rasnick, S. Robert- son, K. Burnham. ROW EIGHT: D. Hayashi, S. Pearson, J. Calkins, H. Robertson, R. Larson, K. Schadel, , J. Altieri, I.. Schadel, D. Jennings. ROW NINE: J. Palmer, W. Jordan, S. Komisarek, K. Wolner, S. Rocl, C. McLeod, J. Holsten, G. Fracchia. Page 62 council O1 K P.FinkesN. Graham, K. Strawsburg, R. Spencer, C. King, J. Holsten, G Eisenberg, K. Krurtschnitt, L. Blatteis, L. Hart. ROW TWO: S. Feld- stein, H. Godwin, M. Maeland, S. Robertson, V. Schmidt, D. Drose, K. Schadel, S. Behling, B. Glidden, W. Jordan, S. Kalliam, S. Badt, B. Mayor, B. Hutchinson, S. Calkins, D. Burmeister, B. McCarty, M. Man- gis, K. Larsan, C. Hutchinson, R. Grainger, R. Rosen, B. Rasnick, R. Williams, M. Cohn. executive board FALL ROW ONE.: B. Allen, K. Kruttschnitt, G. Eisenberg. ROW TWO: S. Tabler, V. Gadd, C. Martin, P. Doll, M. Maeland. ROW THREE: B. Vann, W. Schrader, M. Collins, R. Larson, J. Wil- son. ROW FOUR: M. Wexler, J. Holsten, R. Vrat, J. Singleton, M. Mangis, C. Wollner. Supervising elections, planning assemblies, and char- tering clubs and organizations are among the responsi- bilities of the executive board. Its membership is made up of all student body officers, commissioners, chairmen of working committees, and one elected representative from each class. SPRING ROW ONE: P. Dana, J. Eason, P. Doll, S. Bacon. ROW TWO: K. Wollner, J. Fife, K. Kruttschnitt, D. Cantua, G. Eisenberg, J. Holsten. ROW THREE: R. Larson, R. Grainger, M. Mangis, V. Schmidt, D. Burmeister, B. Mayor, J. Singleton. ROW FOUR: P. West, W. Schrader, S. Robertson, L. Blatteis, M. Collins, B. Allen. Page 63 student court Chief Justice Wayne Schrader Senior justice Bob Bacon order commission .Mx junior Justice Brian Barnard Sophomore justice Pam Finkes junior I, joe Sanchez Page ROW ONE: S. Ford, D. Fife, B. McCarty, S. Dowd, P. Richardson, B Bonomo, C. Steiner, M. Spstein, J. Borrell, D. Gilmore, I.. Schadel, M Christopherson, D. Brandt, W. Devincenzi, D. Takahashi, P. Mayor, S. Carter, C. Clark, C. Beaver, J. Armitage, C. Benedetti, K. Croxford, D Schneidman, C. Odden, L. Blatteis, K. Knittschnitt, J. Palmer, M. Hamil- 64 ton, J. Engleman, D. Rabin, D. Cole. ROW TWO: D. Elward, B. Carthy, F. Fadelli, C. Clabaugh, E. Abrams, M. Salzman, M. Boa ' C. Pierce, M. Coker, B. Benner, M. Nielson, T. Rozewski, j. Rist, Utcley, J. Conner, C. Gretan, P. Peyton, L. McLeod, N. Slavick, , 7, lr Fill the seats of justice With good men, not so absolute in goodness As to forget what human frailty is. Secretary Tina Searls Secretary Bobbie Haney Baiuff Rich Fathy Advisor l Mr. Hill Advisor Mr. Rupp -Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd omey, C. Wirgler, S. Kallium, P. Tenny, P. Friend, H. Martens, N. D. Paul, R. Figone, F. Bortilin, L. Baumann, S. Cohn, D. Droese, B. rimes, C. Eppes, R. Vrat, S. Slade, K. Wallace, J. Leendertsen. ROW Harvick, M. Trueblood, A. Bnxdno, C. Mullmann, P. Shimoff, W. Hoff- HREE: P. Wayne, L. Schromm, F. Zins, S. Feldstein, S. Barkoff, M. mann, M. Ogata, E. Furuyama, D. Payot, C. Singer, E. Toriello, R. USU- M- YUUHS, P- Clarke. P- Swenson, R- CON. L- BN'-'lYs D- Ofwifli Toriello, C. Williams, H. Godwim, B. Shane, G. Winslow. Page 65 l ,NWT ,YY , W FALL ROW ONE: R. Humber, B. Mayor. ROW TWO: C. Hutchinson, C. Wollner, T. Williams, I.. Richman. ROW THREE: G. Pelzner, J. Taller, H. Robertson, J.'Romey. Headed by the student body treasurer, the financial control board is made up of seven appointed students and the faculty advisors. Its job is to prepare the budget and regulate the spending of the student body's funds. Page 66 Rich Humber Commissioner financial control ROW ONE: J. Palmer, G. Eisenberg, M. Traugott, P. Dana. ROW THREE: R. Rosen, J. Calkins, R. Larson. . . Rid V X I 'if' ,xx ' Q' Cs. -Af.xQL QHQSQ G5 'ish Lb VKQLJ N c i f ,J U RCW QL' ,mb 50 1 ,X 15 ' V X L 5' N ,,, xjfkhygpx ,,vOL LGB! ss s X, so N .ri x . Q ss X .XX Q. ,Rx X JMX, N,-Q f ff .DQ ' N9 1 . W .' U . . X as K' sew f s 'N sllverisword commlsslon J W NQQR C349 is A f R FC ,l C X ' I QC? 05' Qgir if QSM Q Us Q, KS ' Q5 Saekoberrson 1- aff' XX- Commissioner ' 'xx' Q24 of if Xe The job of the silver sword commission is ro ser the membership standards for the Silver Sword Society and to tabulate the activity points of aspiring members who are chosen on a basis of service to the school. silver sword society ROW ONE: P. Schimoff, G. Eisenberg, B. Allen. ROW TWO: R. Vrat, R. Humber, R. Rosen, M. Graff. ROW THREE: S. Robertson, B. Bacon, B. Somerby, P. Richardson. SPRING, ROW ONE: F. Zins, D. Rabin, L. Richman, K. Woll- ner, T. Williams. ROW TWO: Mr. Bowman, R. Hum- ber, J. Zeidin, B. Mayor, J. Tallett. ROW THREE: H. Robertson, G. Pelzner, M. Graff, S. Robertson. 1 L ,f , ' of cg 'F , ,r ' A Cf M5 W., , .5555 Q V49-5-1 Q? Y L rj f, C-of C-2 H so ,7 n. Q 5 ff". ' . '45 ici Sf' Tir f7'4'7 pf Cx A Cf , , f 'rr KI. qi! 5.3.2 Y' 'IQ .. ' 5 f. jeg J, Goff -Q c' s, 53? 7, C ft! 654, .fc ,nbzfff . A2- !. QJN, Cf. S Z . j 7 , 4' 'D Page 67 9 no o o oo better govt oommlsslon lustonoal commission QN P FALL: ROW ONE: B. Htuchinson, R. Grainger. ROW TWO: S. Eisenberg, K. Stathes, R. Rosen. ROW THREE: Mr. Fisher, Advisor, R. Izmirian. Margaret Traugott Commissioner Better Government Commission Working to improve Aragon Student goverrunent by studying the Constitution and recommending neces- sary revisions is the aim of this group. The commis- sion also administers constitution and parliamentary tests to student candidates. Page 68 FALL: ROW ONE: P. Fanucci, P. Doll, W. Jordan. ROW TWO: P. Peyton, K. Strawsburg, S. Welch. ROW THREE: D. Cnnerr, P. Henry, B. Greenhill Pamela Doll Commissioner better govt commlsslon hlstorlcal commlsslon SPRING ROW ONE: M. Graff, R. Larson, C. Cretan, D. Gillmore. ROW TWO: G. Eisenberg, C. McLeod, H. Spritzer, K. Larson, G. Goldblatt, B. Greenhill. ROW THREE: R. Williams, R. Linehan, S. Nichols, K. King, K. Strawsberg, P. Kaeffer, J. Singleton. ROW FOUR: B. Vann, L. Schadel, R. Rotondo, B. Louth, J. Eason, P. Henry. ROW FIVE: C. Rognier, L. Larson, D. Connolly, S. Feldstein, K. Schadel, D. Droeae, P. Dana. 'AJ , psf U53 I 4, X-f LTI , M 1 ,ff- Ron Larson , ' UL. commissioner 'M-'-'WXW1' j , 4 SPRING ROW ONE: K. Wollner, D. Cantua, L. Richman. ROW TWO: N. Slavick, W S. Hermansen, T. Williams, B. Barnes. ROW THREE: N. Welch, P. 3 Henry, R. Rotondo, D. Gillmore. W Kris WoUner Commissioner L J . t HISTORICAL COMMISSION i The Historical Commission keeps track of the school's activities by means of a scrapbook and the student body files. Page 69 S.- ' -xl VJ. .2 Milli' .owffi servieodiirvmnmssion is Um. The Service Commission was responsible for iivjl the Friday brunch donut sales, rhe bulletin R 3 board and the suggestion, x. R I .o ,bg. x wb f, 1 Q ,Xu , if 5 ai? :Ax i f' ig 5 R NJN XJ c 5 Commissioner Jan Holsten ROW ONE: S. Richmond, J. Holsren, K. Krurtschnirt. ROW TWO: R. Linehan, J. Altieri, G. Hardesty, L. Cavanaugh. ROW THREE: L. Schadel, J. Copes, M. Glaugerr, N. Grimes. orientation commission Commissioner Mark Collins ROW ONE: K. Wollner, K. Lee, S. Kornisarek. ROW TWO: J. Leavy, J. Rosake, B. Ostroff. ROW THREE: D. Hayashi, J. Holsren, R. Zatkin, P. Dana. ROW FOUR: R. Spencer, B. Bonomo, S. Pearson, M. Collins. senice commission Don Fisher Commissioner ROW ONE: J. Holsten, D. Fisher. ROW TWO: L. Cava- nagh, G. Eisenberg, K. Lee, J. Eisenberg. ROW THREE: H. Robertson, K. Kruttschnitt, X. Burnham, B. Cox, K. Keys. ROW FOUR: Rossi, D. Scheideman, L. Blatteis, D. Hayashi, B. Louth. ROW FIVE: I.. Eide, L. Schadel, R. Spencer, J. Eason, M. Glaubert. O O O O i orientation commission 'The Orientation Commission has the responsibility of introducing freshmen and transfer students to the activities of the school. Their main event is an orien- tation program held in the summer for all incoming students. Virginia Schmidt Commissioner ROW ONE: Matthias, L Bendure. ROW TWO: S. Ko- misarek, V. Schmidt, J. Romey. ROW THREE: J. Reid, R. Eason, C. Hutchinson. Page 72 homeroom commission Commissioner Vicki Gadd The Homeroom Commission acts as a liaison agency to inform the student body of Student Council activities. ROW ONE: K. Zugay, G. Eisenberg, S. Hermansen, G. Goldblatt. ROW' TWO: V. Gadd, J. Palmer, D. Nolan, H. Spritzer. ROW THREE: B. Bames, D. Cantua, J. Hudson, J. Fife. ROW FOUR: D. Oonnlly, D. Bennelli, L. Shadel, M. Collins, R. Spencer. . W , -.w.,N.,. Xf.v.mM Y special events commission Co-Commissioners Rita Vrat, Ron Larson ROW ONE: C. McLeod, K. Carlson, E. Abrams. ROW TWO: R. Vrat, J. Calkins, M. Wexler, R. Larson. ROW THREE: D. Casagrande, E. Franz, N. Hiatt, R. Singer. X if ,df w. . 1 niii-us-mpg :wg-e.,n.t 2 SPRING ROW ONE: D. Scheideman, G. Eisenberg, K. Krurtschnirt. ROW TWO: D. Hayashi, R. Zatkins, P. Finkes. ROW THREE: J. Fife, S. Lurie, A. Gzffin, R. Grainger. homeroom commission Louise Blatteis Commissioner SPRING ROW ONE: S. Schutte, G. Eisenberg. ROW TWO: C. Singer, K. Kruttschnit, P. Joyce. ROW THREE: R. Singer, I... Blatteis, D. Edison. special events commission In addition to handling the Christmas card mailing service, the special events commission takes care of any events that are not under the direction of the other commissions, Bob Grainger Kayrn Kruttschnitt Co-Commissioners 1 4 m.p.l. conference delegates "In these confusing times, one of the teen- agers' most frequently asked questions is, 'WHY?' " This one word, V11-IY, was chosen as the theme for the Mid-Peninsula League Confer- ence which was held on October 11, 1964 at Hillsdale High School. This conference is devoted to the teenager of today: to help him understand the world and life, now and in the future. Q, 1 et ., M , r- ff A 2- ' J: 1- . f 4-sic -5 .1 '- ' l lv . 1 U' ff , cesrerc 3 r ., Row ONE: v. cada, J. Holm., J. Palmer, K. Kmmehnm, J. ameri. V If 1 M .3 'F V ,, ,. ROW TWO: S. Tahler, M. Macland, J. Singleton, C. Martin. 5 "'. 9, .- 7 ' ' 0 0 O 0 ROW THREE: C. Wollner, D. Gilmore, B. Somjrby, B. Ostr9ff,zG5'Eisenberg, S. Hennansonll' I 3 N 4 ve. A Ag Martha Mangis Commissioner to anaka commission Page 74 ROW ONE: V. Bale, P. Doll, C. Bruce, P. Weeks, M. Willyerd, M. Pisciotta, J. Marquardt, J. Roberts, L. Yerkes, D. Rabin. ROW TWO: L. jones, G. Golden, R. Hesselberg, S. Calkins, P. Wieboldt, L. Hanson, S. Byrne, J. Rollett, M. Smith, D. Payot, G. Jakovina, V. McGraw. ROW THREE: D. Mizer, S. Martin, J. Rossi, E. Bohmker, B. Leavy, W. Willy, M. Mangis, T. Fries, E. Hinrich, C. Federight, M. Ogata, B. Salk, C. Singer, Mr. Crawford. ROW ONE: J. Altieri, G. Goldblatt, D. Cantua, V. Gadd. ROW TWO: S. Tabler, B. Barnes, R. Vrat, D. Takahashi. ROW THREE: J. johnson, C. Dayton, D. Gensler, M. Graff, N. Peterson. Don't you trust it, Gary. So - you want to be cap't huh. Well so do I -- en garde. AND it came to pass that, on the twelfth day of March in the year of nineteen hundred sixty five, a woman of Berkeley had a vision of a great flood destroying the world and that the rains would begin on the sixteenth day of the self-same month. She warned the people saying "Prepare yourself for the flood and build yourself CECCCCCCCCCCCYZ. great boats, for otherwise you shall all perish." All the people laughed except the men and women of Aragon They preached to the others and began to assemble their belongings. The rains were to begin in the evening, so at noon a score of "faithful followers" prepared themselves for survival Usin the ool of Ara n th tested - 8 P 80 , CY their sturdy crafts and rain protectors. Fortunately the rains never came but we will always remember . . . Look Gilmore you may be captain, but you're getting awful pushy. NOPE. a dub dub - fools in a tub. march 16, the day the world I'm gettin in that ark O if I have to shoot you all. 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M I . ww ,. , wwf , - R K ba 'L-1329 ffs-:Hg ..:ki1AQ. A wjiff . ,gfwr x fur. . Kg, A ww, 1' ijgif .. kt. 32: f N , wie... -.15 555155, . . .1 3455 , . 3--'fs .1 ., 2 . ., K .1 . , A.,, W 'L-NL-4 W ,iq 'mf- QE W . QR l -,N X caliiornia schol l... .L ROW ONE N Windish Mitchell G Vrat E Dre A : . , J. , . , . yer, . Fay, R. Richardson, B. Allen, R. Krase, R. Humber, E. Franz, B. Barrett, S. Tablet, R. Grainger, J. Zeitlin, M. Wexler, T. Peterson, B. Bacon. ROW TWO: K. Keys, S. Greenberg, L. Kahoun, V. Schmidt, S. Cohn, D. Nolan, S. Smart, J. Behm, R. Ferguson, J. Ellison, K. Kromhout, V. Graham, D. Benilli, S. Cohn, D. Edison. D. Vrat. ROW THREE: J. ROW ONE: G. Van Meter, K. Lee, S. Greenberg, J. Mitchell, G. Vrat, J. Benelli. ROW TWO: M. Atkinson, N. Ng, H. Robertson, R. Linehan. freshmen English-Mark Atkinson received a superiorg Joni Ann Benelli and Shari Greenberg received outstanding awards. Mathematics-Joyce Mitchell received a superior, Kathy Lee and Noel Cary received outstanding awards. Science-Nathan Ng received a superior, Hugh Robert- son and Laura Szto received outstanding awards. Social Studies-Gita Vrat received a superior, Randy Linehan and Gretchen Van Meter received oustanding awards. Foreign Language-Joyce Mitchell received a superiorg Noel Cary, Heather McPherson and Gita Vrat received outstanding awards. Page '18 Cole, P. Hanrahan, A. Smith, K. Larson, S. Robertson, J. Wilson, W. Schrader, R. Fathy, R. Singer, B. Waters, J. Kern, G. Hoskins, S. Feld- stein, S. Eisenberg, J. Fathy, J. Ferris. ROW FOUR: K. King, J. Single- ton, C. Rognier, M. Atkinson, S. Ford, S. Rose, D. Tremain, G. Herken, R. Linehan, A. Zeitlin, K. Connaughton, K. Cram, J. Calkins, M. Marquardt, B. Somerby. c.s.i. academic department M. Graff, J. Ellison, K. Kromhout, J. Zeitlin, S. Cohn, B. Allen. sophomores English--Karen Kromhout received a superiorg Bruce Allen and Vicki Graham received outstanding , awards. Mathematics-Bruce Allen received a supetiorg Dana Benelli and Karen Kromhout received outstanding awards. Science-Jim Zeitlin received a superior, Sue Cohn and Marc Graff received outstanding awards. Social Studies-Bruce Allen received a superior, Jean Ellison and Vicki Graham received outstanding awards. Foreign Language-Karen Kromhout received a superior, Bruce Allen, Bev Kaufman, and Jean Ellison received outstanding awards. l hip federation J, mi: , SPRING ROW ONE: A. Fay, L. Hyde, S. Cohn, J. Mitchell, G. Vrat, K. Con- Benelli, R. Rosen, J. Zeitlin, G. Hoskins, D. Tremain, S. Feldstein, J. ' naughton, M. Graff, S. Scneder, S. Tabler, J. Alderamn, L. Cretan, S. F-1l'1'iS, M- Eiwibffs. 5- Greenberg. T- Glidden. 5- FW. P- Hinrlhini Barrel, B. Somerby, M. Marquardt. ROW TWO: D. Nolan, P. Radez, C- Tennis, M- Imblef- ROW FOUR: D- CWIHOHY. J- Gisfiifmi M- T. Peterson, L. Behm, S. Rose, T. Sliter, J. Fathy, J. Kern, R. Grainger, A!kil1S0n, J- Yllmln. G- Pellnffi C- ROSHWF, 5- Cllkinii B- AUCHC, R- B. Waters, R. Linehan, K. johnson, T. Baker. ROW THREE: D. Krase, B. Bacon, J. Ellison, K. Kromhout, J. Singleton, B. Feder. 1964 R. Krase, B. Somerby, B. Bacon juniors Bob Somerby and Robert Krase were chosen superior junior students in five departments. Bob Somerby was chosen superior in English, Social Studies and Foreign Language while Robert Krase was chosen in Science and Math. Also chosen are two outstanding students in each department. They are: English, Sheldon Leplin and Sue Tablerg Foreign Language, Bob Bacon and Cliff Cretan, Mathematics, Ruth Ferguson and Bob Somerbyg Science, Richard Humber and Margaret Traugottg and Social Studies, Bob Bacon and Margaret Traugott. Page 79 A r-is , i s 5475.1 t rua ,y v 91:2 Q.al?:9l 'x Q ae ably mmm. v, x A . "sq, . ui., fb' M x , :m.m.x .2 .. . fp- vu.. 7 14. EJ: 5' , . 5- Lp' . 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Richardson, C. Taylor, A. Paulazzo, K. Zugay, G. Metzger, L. Gielow, A. DiGiorgio. ROW TWO: Mr. Denton, F. Bortolin, D. Friedman, C. Cretan, L. Eide, D. Mcllmoil, D. Salk, R. Figo ne, D. Tong. Page 80 1 .1 'a E E 'fi Q - --5-F -fa., . A wx ' .N 1 N t , ' .-' - 'g -N may ' wah' ,I rf ME., Q3 - ,M , . , . ,,M-, fw gg., , H A v' Q w 1 f'-'W ' MM 1' -N ' 'Vg :a..i.4'Q. .W -L v W -. f , .-, " . - JSE, 1.9, 1 ,, , F , 'fazideflw V, 22' 'W-r ' A ' ' P 1 v - 2 , T M - 'Q , A 5 , gauunvipll 4: 34, K ' vneg, A V Vx. ' I 1 " A . , n-3 H' L wgwfqmilf . m 2 "wg, K. L.. ' .g,1:.,.,,,A , , 5. A 1' A- - . uf e 2gfgifg,3'5S?agifTgf,ghw5, ' , V - X' V' N1 bV"'fm"?' Y A W B wigs s M 1 LX 'lg W, R . K' x if I I i , S, ' 1 , fi - f""l'sf - f W I A fx 2- yiwikbw 551' E:i725wSvk:: . ,,,. ., .. 1 V ' Q, ' ' ' W . f .. ., -0 Q ., ,, f - 3 xwfl-- , -a .l M,f,5QQQ , ,EL-,, kf,, . 4 , ,,,i.,.,,,..,.,.. L ,X ' A J ' as ' " k ' 1 4' K ' W ff mfs-L Q.-.wc.an'i"?4?Sf4i ,i .x '-c-w k 5 ' .., J,4Q: ,w . 2 2 .f f ? 11 ,1 -4 .?. J! 'Q 'Q 1- 1' l Q , X A X 'XA f , R JY, U- '::: .x'-'fy lui: 1,35 1:1 , wa . v ,- , V A. X- ,. .fx-3 u. ff 41? ,, nf- -.M 7 1 ' ,A nk ' . N , .3 -.,: 5 Q5 rj V, 'Q J , is - :Q Xe-gg . T Ag' 7 - N-I 'fu Lg 'J f ' ff --'Q -D . .Q , - if . ' 3 " ' - 45. iff -l 1 , ix ..'? ,. .1 , , L4 .if :-fl 3 'A +5 .7 "f, if if wg sighs' i". as M . ' j . ' . .' vt: p -, . A v ' .S ' ' ' gf, 7 ' in 1 ' In Mg tg .X .xy dx ax gs .I X. x W ' ' on , T' 5, ,, my A. V ,M A X . 'H fx ,, nm I dxf- frm 1 nf Rx R 5 s. 1: N, 'A n v. aregon girl executive 031' President Louise Blatteis Vice President Pat Hanrahan Secretary Susan Krough Treasurer Judy Leavy Page 84 finance committee ROW ONE: L. Kahoun, K. johnson, B. Yamaguchi, J. Copes. ROW TWO: M Salzman, R. Zatkin, M. Bonnell, J. Asbury. ROW THREE: J. Leavy P. Hanrahan, C. Pierce, S. Krough. ROW ONE: K. johnson, B. Flosi, B. O'Sullivan, K. Wollner, S. Schutte, S. Her- mansen, K. Zugay, D. Eppes. ROW' TWO: R. Zatkin, G. Harris, C. Frederighi, B. Schmidt, N. Wirgler, N. Schwerin, M. Murfee, P. Hanrahan. ROV THREE: M. Bonnell, J. Asbury, S. Krough, P. Henry, V. Gadd, I.. Blatteis, D. Winters, J. Leavy, L. Bale. n L. Blacreis X2 'si-1 ,f E 3 6 Q K' f f 1:3 f 1 2 5 V84 ,Ji 95 1 hm, . , g 1 L , 5 3 Lf Q.. , " . A S Lf K, 4 4. as -wr-A A' 3 2 Q . 1 , e e . f 5 4? AY M.-'F " N fx I N x ,w'1 .M my 4 Q .A K . - A . Q ,x , ,, , X X E. K , fx M' as 4 Q ' ' 'X X gl, 1 4 . gwig :gif 94, v 211 4 'Y ' J.. QE ' mf 2 4' . uid V 9 I .,,.. ' -ATX. f ' X Q ' x Q x in A E 1i? .rN YYXODYQEQXTT OVQY' The Taj makax I XXX K . .J Ak , s . Q 11, ' Km, QP X A U 'Ki . - ,,-., .ja ,I wg , ,. , , E , hxd- . Q L- r N .- 7 y N X In 40 - td I v im V LW K X 5 I ' U ?1w!'xk"' v 2 m g Y? Y' mn , . 5 3 - " x gf , , ,- . V , , I . V . A N Q . x r . , 5 W ,. wg, N ga I ,, , ,, L h n ht, 'f 1. ,L-I 643. 4 A X I , -1 -0 S l I -4 '-.QQ f AN.: ,H ' n Q . N ' Y Pk! Lxbhf. ! Q .M X1 1. L f li F' A 'Y l ffl 5 ,X VAN Q 0 All Lai' a3S,2fM'1fg 'L 1,33 , ' g . i l .f ff fs-J 1f H2 21 'x ' 'S fx -X ..-1... 1. if s-W S Q 4 .-Q. , , J ,1 , ,A r ' ' 9. - wx -. . 1 Ng a f L Q . I .?,,.,1 . .....-... ..............4 "Eli ' i ,M . -Magi' 1-HL , Q x I W X Q Q h M Rfhx NY - A 1 , k 'K V N N X V x X 5' A c W ' M! ffwfw If , If. A ip , A E13 S SUN: stamp club ROW ONE: S. Sheppard, I.. Kahoun, K. Johnson. ROW TWO: R. Vrat, J. Mitchell, G. Vrat. ROW THREE: M. Graff, R. Ross, E. Glenrichs. ROW ONE: S. Rosemond, C. McCleod, L. Hart, T. Williuns, Taller! N. Krushkhov, L. Keller, G. Fracchia, P. Joyce, L. Landon, B. Barnes, D. McCool, K. Wollner, B. Hutchinson, S. Bendorf, D. Thomas, R Linehan, B. Cornet, C. Hutchinson, B. Paul, B. Williams, S. Lurie, H Spritzer, P. Doll, K. King, J. Singleton, S. Schutte, I.. Richman, C. Clark, J. Marquardt, P. Radez. ROW TWO: B. Spencer, J. Kellog, J. Mitchell, now mum G. Phillips, J. ximian, cz Dayton, J. mmm. Page 88 french club S. Greenberg, K. Keys, S. Cohn, R. Somerby, T. Sears, S. Byme, N. Carrol, M. Barr, P. Reed, A. Griffin, S. Plank, K. Lee, S. Dowd, S. Trickett, P. l Grant, L. Hendrickson, P. Smith, S. Calkins, S. Nichols, D. Kellam, P. Kueffer, S. Krough, B. Ament, M. Cohen, F. Zins, C. Singer, C. Mullman, K. Stathes. ROW THREE: R. lzmirian, P. Van Kirk, M. Durant, D. Rabin, N. Welch, J. Cole, S. Wish, M. Mash, L. Burroughs, A. Humphrey, P. Leahy, C. Ranfinlle, I.. Longwish, S. Tumer, I.. Mills, N. Breidenbach, S. Rose, A. Vowell, J. Schieber, B. Lee, L. Ho, S. Cerruti, M. Lewicki, M. Cox, B. Wilson, J. Rolleu, J. Holszen, N. Grimes, K. Krurrschniu, B. Harvick, S. Scneder, R. Kelley, J. Calkins. speech club . ulfleybl - Mr. Fisher, V. Graham, R. Vrat, B. Sunderbrunch, T. Fries, S. Sneder, T. Sliter, H Grieshaber, R. Rosen. ,f OW ONE: A. Fay, B. Kaufman, L. Hyde, J. Johansen, J. Palmer, D. ayot, D. Rabin, J. Romey, V. Schmidt, S. Cohn, A. Griffin, R. Ross, rs. Thomas. ROW TWO: R. Hesselberg, D. Tremain, V. Diaz, R. Singer, Feldstein, A. Zeirlin, L. Schuue, D. Gensler, M. Wexler, M. Imbler, D. enelli, K. Epstein, J. Napp. Page 89 latin club ROW ONE: L. Yerkes, S. Scneder, S. Tabler, R. Kelly, K. Johnson, C. Wood. ROW TWO: G. Vrat, J. Mitchell, D. McCool, L. Richman, K. King, S. Webster, Mr. Lecldy. ROW THREE: K. Larson, C. Lindskog, S. Robertson, R. Krase, B. Harvick, D. Casagrande. ROW FOUR: T. Peterson, B. Allen,'C. Cretan, R. Eason, T. Glidden, K. Jacobson. ROW FIVE: J. Zditlin, R. Grainger, J. Wilson, M. Atkinson, J. Eason, C. Rosenberg. ROW SIX: V. Graham, L. Behm, W. Schrader, D. Edison, G. VanMeter, G. Hoskins. ROW SEVEN: S. Colm, D. Leam, L. King, S. Enslow, G. Ph.illips,K.Wollner. ROW' EIGHT: B. Irish, P. Linden, T. Stenson, L. Hamako, B. Somerby, M. Marquardt. ROW NINE: L. Behm, R. Rosen, K. Bomar, B. McCarty, A. Namal, R. jones. .Q ,- ftl' 5 2 ' ,V , v--. A. Q i l 1 ' l l if 1 - Ancient Rome comes to life again in the meetings of the Latin Club. These meetings and the good stand- ing in class which is required to purchase slaves at the annual Latin Banquet provide an incentive for the learning of this language. Page 90 In a dark room a photo- graph is borng a photo- graph so important in tell- ing the story of an Aragon activity. This work is handled by the Photog- raphy Club, starting their first major year at Aragon. Led by their advisor Mr. Herbinaux, and co-ordi- nated with the Yearbook Staff, they use skill and imagination in producing their photographs. photography club ROW ONE: M. Wexler, J. Hardman, B. Gentry, R. Hamilton, Mr. iProcopio, D. Takahashi. ROW TWO: B. Waters, J. Hopfenbeck, S. Anderson, F. Toriello, R. Holmes, S. Rose, Mr. Herbinaux. A flashback of time and place brings us to the decade of the Roman Empire. There one night, they have a great feast of Caesar's mellow food and drink. At the same time men in chains are readied for the slave auction, to be held after the meal. All of these customs are characteristics of the Latin Banquet, held annually. The password-well, just speak Latin! Page 91 Meredith Milton Student Director 'Nxyl is If Behind the Scenes Make-up Clean-up Q i fi? -5-5if3'5' iff - t .?f1'fX . F e if-ff! A fs '32 nuff ,He Page 92 A i e -3.35 i The many different moods of a psychopathic killer Cast Mrs. Bramson ....... .................. ....... D o lores Nolan Olivia Grayne ,,,..,.. .........., ...,....... S h erri Fuller Nurse Libby .......... Hubert Laurie .. Mrs. Terrence . ...... . Dora Parkoe ..... Inspector Belsize Dan ........................ Understudies ..... Director ................ . Student Director ...Pamela Wayne .......john Calkins .......Lee Lockhart ........Mary Avery ..........Paul Shirnoff ...........Chris Mullman Carol Rutherford Bruce Krem tz P Richard Bell .Meredith Milton edadecl ' R X Q K X' V A-I M ararion o Creating - the Q bomb The imouseihul W gif 65' W N ,, '62 ' I 5 We must clecl h U ed S if 5 What are you doing - filming a T.V. show of Wihiam Tell? fo3r9li CAST Tully Bascom ...---... Jeff Cameron Jane ....... - .A.... -... Carol Rutherford Grand Fenwick is three miles wide by five long. Mary ..........-, MaryAnn Boardman Fran ...-..-..-..--......- Diane Cantua Pam ....... -..-,.,-.- ....... Ronnie Young Ann .... -....-.,-.,.........-.- Fran Zins David Benter k.-.....- ,...,. , Bob Krase Count Mountjny ...-..- Gary Pelzner Page .....,......--. .,.. Kathy Vochatzer Glonana ...-..,...-.....,.. Diane Toby Norma ......-.-...... Sandy Burnham Helen ...-....,-...-..- Kathy Kalb Mr. Beston ...-,,-.....-,-. Mike Noe Miss johnson ...---...- Eloise Maki College Students R ..... -.- Gale Brown mgisamraa Debbiei'R'dii'x'i' Nancy Grimes Janet Crorty Sue Thirkell Professor Kokintz.-..Bruce Krempetz A7 .Mm Reiner ..-?...,,,.-. Ianet Nagp Genfsnippett ......-,...- Ric Ygef Jill ...-..-......-..--... Sheri Hennansen Debbie -.- ...... -..--. Barbara Barnes President -.,.--.- ,... -.,-.- Ed Mellen Tom Mulligan ...- ....... Greg Cranert Will Tatum ...-..- ,..... John Calkins Soldiers .,.-.,..,-.- ..,... ,. Russ Coppo Miss Wdkins ,..-.. Mrs. Bascom .- ..... George Eisenberg Randy Linaham Bruce Mayor Scott Tobin . Margaret Lewicki Holly Humphrey Page 95 V national the pian ociety The National Thespians is an honor society for advanced students. Member- ship is determined by points earned by working as a crew member for a play as well as for acting and directing. The Future Teachers club is dedicated to the informing and encouraging of Aragon students who plan a career in the field of education. Instructional and realistic films and discussions about the teaching profession are the major at- tractions of the meetings, and a yearly field trip to observe schools in action takes place in the spring. Page 96 ROW ONE: B. Ostroff, S. Calkins, B. Hutchinson. ROW TWO: D. Rabin, D. Cantua, J. Leavy. ROW THREE: L. Eisenhart, J. Engleman, M. Avery. ROW FOUR: J. Napp, S. Vierscn, L. Dillenburg. ROW FIVE: D. Payot, M. Lewicki, K. Edwards, S. Hiller, C. Wil- liamson, J. Cameron, J. Calkins, J. Beebe, M. Noe, M. Milton, D. Toby, F. Zins, D. Friedman. ROW SIX: R. Runn, J. Provence, S. Morse, R. Young, B. Krempetz, M. Muska, D. Nolan, G. Eisenberg, S. Hermansen, E. Abrams, L. DeVivo, M. Traugott, Mr. Bell. future teacher ROW ONE: E. Hsu, R. Hesselberg, J. M'.itchell, G. Vrat, E. Dreyer, I. Krips, B. Goldstein, J. Schieler. ROW TWO: D. Gentry, J. Cole, S. Daines, J. Rubin, N. Bento, C. Beehn, P. Manseau, P. Peery. ROW THREE: S. Hull, M. Morehead, E. Hoskins, L. Bullard, N. Searles, C. Nelson, J. Gile, K. Dillon. ROW FOUR: G. Metzger, S. Kanaga, J. Baie, A. Romey, R. Ross, A. Hoskins, N. Galbraith, Mr. Lawrence. B xx. vi 1 V - ,--gig? J 2 '! xi 3 If you work harm ' " sip Q Q? . ,-- A ' ' i 2 153 Sf 14 M 'Q y one day you ll be just like Mr. ' 4' I haven'r quite figured our what it .,,.rgf' ' Plays are so boring. is myself. x.:x -X-mv' Did YOU bring the sandwiches? Y If E 1 K sn: ' Q s. , -f , A4 A HH, f y fy i i" if W QW? i by ' ' youg is over E . , ff Y it V ,,,g.-as-M-l"""" Now lummc soc -- um- of rhcsc huuons has guna hc il, Xgf f- 9 I, s ff' K I I if uuyi, W , i T Q - .,........-I Z N ,gg f ' V Fl . 1 ,, SG "5 Q ,u Ns A si , V7 ii Look 'wr the ,ASELISS X ' 3 gbience club The Science Club studies current developments, as well as basic principles of the many areas of scientific exploration, through stud- ent experiments and films. The club gives snidents an opportunity to broaden this knowledge and specialize in their scientific studies. ROW ONE: R. Vrat, S. Scneder, V. Schmidt, K. Carlson, N. Cary, G. Herken. ROW TWO: Mr. Bowman, S. Meyers, D. Tremain, E. Hinrichs, M. Graff, D. Gensler. ROW THREE: Mr. Johnson, C. Dayton, S. Robertson, G. Phillips, N. Peterson, T. Slicer, G. Hoskins. ROW ONE: L. Williams, L. Keller, S. Enslow. ROW TWO: B. Cox, S. Bendorf, R. Vrat, V. Schmidt. ROW THREE: Mrs. Hilpisch, D. Thomas, C. Wood, A. Fay. Page 98 medical careers The Medical Careers Club, formed by Ara- gon students who are interested in careers in the medical- professions, concentrates on learning about the various aspects of these careers through speakers, tours, and films. co-op workers The student store, under the guidance of Mr. Leddy, is one of the busiest places on the campus. The co-op workers are given a chance to receive experience by selling school supplies and food to students and teach- ers. ROW ONE: L. Mangis, M. Willyerd, L. Masters, S. Webster, I.. Madsen, C. Lape, K. Chaney, S. Han- cock. ROW TWO: A. Willyerd, R. Blanquies, V. Turchet, M. George, B. Harris, B. Barrett, K. Bomar, Mr. Leddy. cateteria workers In the cafeteria, the student workers spend much of their extra time sharing the respons- ibility of preparing the food that is served, selling our lunches and brunches, and clean- ing the cafeteria facilities. ROW ONE: D. Tagliafico, D. Tong, C. Rosenberg, K. Jacobsen, S. McFall, J. Mills. ROW TWO: C. Dayton, J. Godwin, K. Edwards, D. Pizarro, L. Konijn, H. Hansen, D. Tomsky, B. Cameron. Page 99 e .. or n r 1' at 1 k.5f.N.?:-f.,. .. .. ,. KRTELL WENS ROSH VOTING 'he returns from the rc. :shman Class election gave 5: ftell the presidency. Larry 1 was elected vice-prcsitll an Harvick, sei-rctnryvtrcasu I Barry Yann, Executive Br resentatlve. AGA represc' 5 positions were won by .1 Jes and Becky Yamaguchi. Class Turnout lver 9067 of the class turned vote, "which shows the real est and spirit which is at 3 lArag0n," stated George Ei lg. Student Body President. Under the present eonstitu l counting of ballots is me msibility of the Executive Bc t, according to George. IH! n of election returns will hdled by the Better Govemr inmission in the future. 3asure is the result of the ' gssure under which the Ex le Board works. The elected officers will gel ther and make plans for eshman Class year, such as f Lslng and fun nights. Wor th them will be the Fresh visors, Mr. Frank McGraw. :ted by Miss llse Gluckstadt v. Harry Eagan. Composer To Af 5AN.N5IE9f '?4W50EN'5 . OCNW 30' ll EEN ONE Ol SENIORS varsity football te b ten Grid Qu- to vie for the .ore 1964 Grid Classlcand Game with Hillsdal ten senior nominees a EN Avery nveiyn' Bohmli I. Jan H 6,4 yM iron Kru eman, N and Diane Toby. s student-body ca. will have the opportun the candidates of th The nominee with them will reign as the 1964 Cl n. The first and second rl will attend the Queen The Queen's Court ig up of the otherynomlne erm cumin E P8 Queen will be crownedi annual Grid Classic November 20. Arag and Aragon students, W 3 from out of school, d this dance which is by the Block "A" Societi dress for the occasion as "dressy sport." Tick on sale the week betl Ll "' " ' " " """ - . ,, n ghuinnf enfivihr non! and C1 fill the Hormel Tha pricg, althgngh y ROW ONE: Annette Smith, Judy Singleton, Pam Henry, Edith Franz, Vicki Graham. ROW TWO: Y detenninedo should J M ' G S Jan Ellison, Mr Drobac, Kathie King, Bob Krase, Jerry Leendersten, Bob Bacon, Steve Rose, Pat K' Cbllple f0l' students W uslc roup , . - , , . , ,, Hanrahan 1+ 3,,L bWQjL,,, X body cards. Students wi' X I x-snJ anloqnsa uvvv vv vvnsw Aavoeh hvlAlA.yw vnu luv!-A Mr. William Valente, who is con- fore? Y , Dan docs. NOXV,3'U0Il'I. trod. to be a young, up-a.nd- think he is warped: he just has American compos , ' . . - he ing., er will this thing about old ladies l the r for the kills them Ln Mal ard for the lct this M 'zes of Dan. Mr. ' 1 1 A-Theater on te' to 12, 13, or ets 1 Fall" and estr lghli: e feminine A king the stage, ' Ie about the Exim!! an x and the omg, to be 1 ove lt should ngdu taking on Amo, ores Nolan ' : W Bramson, thin' evil hand. d co, Hubert and as xy ,sh ' ' ' A oo P kmm "' ' ' " .'l H ""i able-, 'id ar oe, a Chris Mullman, Fall editorg Judy 551,-N fqr her own glgnfgflgwillbi Singleton, Spring editor. 18 ot! the cast are ggmlgnegzpl 10 as Nurse' Libby,- ' ..Rcvc11l, music teacher. Idelee Isbckhdlltf use Mrs. Terence M The curtain will rise at 8. The cost is quite nominal in comparison to the quality of the entertain- ment. ' :ity cu-as must psy sz. Students who bring guests fn other schools will be required. register their dates with the Secretary. N Courf and Commission Unifei The Aragon Student Court and the Order Commission, the two "law enforcement" bodies of Ara- gon Student Govemment. have been working hand in hand to keep our campus clean and sate. Chief Justice Wayne Schrader, and Or- der Commission head Doug' Mc- Lain have been cooperating since the beginning of the year in this. An example of their success so far this year is the practically overnight halt in student smok- ing on campus. The Order Com- mission has cracked dovm consid- erably on this problem. The Stu- dent Court has acted accordingly by giving out strict sentences .tor vlolators. First-time,otfenders will be .asked to pwritey out the lflrst article of the Constitution, a ninoe respective iit reoei ' I ' a. five-dey suspensionfif a third time there, tsiatwogw suspension.. f'We atil1'hgyeie,1,po'l lem with -the smokers," McLain. Vbut it vvlllglieel ' N Q' by the end otjthe' p, r Recently the court ' lem requiring a Senidrlwho Jumped over' the fence' in the ter court to make a sign me that th15.'iig1l!0?f Pwmlftod-. B dents are i'eniinded,gl1qwgvgf,. the .ccun.e.,..1gs.qpeel,'.41w,, ' yy , lelutm. . - 1 . i A new Starred byllpeldourt an also . page assignment, rwlllitbe ref it 'quired to pickup papers everyday. udp. wb for a week at noon. 'Second otg, X- gh, tenders will be referred to the' ' " ' - , wg,,gg,,25,'g11. ,529 if "ll, ed..-li:...ll?w-...is A .tif A 0' , A , X, 4, ,,,4,,grf-1-sLcf.c1"ILg. ...it 'liek K,f'dk'L. y "'ZQ? "X, .. " ' 1 f - I Vi' , il 'l AV W N-fl-A -'JL ifdz, ,tj 75 L -Cfffl W r- ' f 1 ,LeTf411l,..1'. 1. c""S 'IFLL 5 Zi' 4 fb U A 'Riff . , . 'fj V L lift :'gVx1Zfl..fJCcS-1,94 ,E ,gait ,'Lc'1!f--df, ZQLH fi. Q.,,4.,g,,,,ji E .rt ,:g.fi1f'cv7f.!,-.e.,yen S A-,Li K Q. .ig QL- l 5' QBIZS .. is L4 , fattifjfl 1 h . jf, La' fax ,.Lf1.f.q EE ORIAL STAFF SEATFD, left to right: Penni Friend, Business Manager. Barbara Barnes, Editor-in-Chiefg Marti Barr, Senior Section Editorg Susan Krough, Faculty Section Editorg Daralyn Cranert, Senior Section Editor. STANDING: Susan Cohn, Sports Section Editorg Sheri Hermansen, Activities Section Editor. DRIVING TRUCK: Linda Nordstrom, Classes Section Editor. Af-3. iq-4:xLx.kL:L. I -'L-as -,L-1 Nl., t gLx.,L eq viL7fL1,Zng 4' 'Ul6,,iLVi. , tg--.UL .114-1 .V .-.VD-1 edt' X , ,. - in , ' 4 ' LIL4- Zi t. Q xc Ox D+ ,nfl Q Ni t .k 50-1 Lina-A xiii yludlg 'iid Q, W- if -,:A Ik. " ftxs. ...fe t filxii-big, A Ziiizifcgdyi x-Cjfk 'fin 2 E -J ,l-1.52,-,,W. 5 N 5 .. Af C4 .X .A,HfgJ.Zt' O , , .LIWJ 5 -2-fn . l'1x77lX-ti - iff 1. cc 1, Q- fi xiii n L'C'?"fi'7'i4k QI, 1 11' L f' Q ' j- R '7' - 4 dwg VUL - Wu' "ri my Ml "lb LL'tE"55l4 ' .X jerk i Ltiti ,141-kb, .L r . I K --. . 1" 7 'guy--Lixvkil 'I "'. EX JS . A g lu' 1- ,fp l ft . .Y f- Li-32.f!.S T V V ii! ,, 'll-.L'uQi VLQ. x. A tt- Q ,Jo - N 1 fy Aff, V, . 'A L, K,?.:kfl,4 114 in gil- 'Lf --A Q C' Aj .. HL:-,j'nf"C?i -0 ILS, 'V ! x5 I ROW ONE, bottom to top: P. Friend, D. Cranert, B. O'Sullivan, L. Cavanagh. ROW TWO: A. Fay, L. Blatteis, S. Krough, L. Schutte, Mr. Parker. ROW THREE: S. Cohn, M. Barr, S. Welch. ROW FOUR: B. Bames, D. Friedman, S. Allen, S. Taber, S. Hcrmansen. Missing: Linda Nordstrom- Page 101 1 . .Qi fi N 54 -FX F n 9 5 'xW xii lffwl xx, is 3 A r f 9 K ,pr v,. x, f NJ ,gf Q . , x x Vg, 'S ' ' ,Ii P32 .E ugh . . X e 'Exp VN 94' , x " wr if E I , r -, , f I f 9 L s i 'Riff 5 'r , -- zz "if" . , 'W 1 -1 1 , 5 ., .,. .Map - i 4 9,1 X ' af 5 5 3 -312 ' 3' Y., S 1 15' 4 by NW' my 5 - X Y is ? I G . O Y' .', gf, "5 f xi if " 4 f I FS Y my .m f Q45 fl Q 2 Q ' ' ,.,,x , if ,mi , 1 x , iz I 9' ex? I fa: f A 3 I in . 4 Q 5.183 4 7.47 classic: . . crowning . . . Page 103 George Eisenberg Co-commissioner Bruce Allen Co-commissioner SPRING ROW ONE: K. Kructschnitt, S. Wish, C. Eppes, B. Hoenack. B. Allen, G- Eisenberg, M- Wayne, P- Doll. S- Kal- liam. ROW TWO: B. Harvick, P. Dana, T. Rogers, R. Zatllin, N. Wirgler, D. Casagrande, P. McCarthy, W. Jor- dan. ROW THREE: C, Singer, J, Wdner, S, Zuggy, D. Eppes, L. Furlow, S. Plank, S. Calkins, S. Greenberg, P. Tenny. ROW FOUR: R. Rotondo, D. G-ilrnore, L. Eide, T. Glidden, M. Collins. H. Heath, J. Cassa, B. Cohn, R. Masuda, L. Criten, R. Spencer, B. Mcfhrty. H ' ' The rally commission is responsible for ra. y promoting school spirit by publicizing sports events and putting on rallies. Bob Somberby Co-commissioner Carlene Martin Co-commissioner FALL ROW ONE: B. Jacobs, D. Eppes, K. Zugay, C. Eppes, J. Altieri, M. Meyers, D. Rabin, C. Singer, C. Mullman, G. Hardesty' S Calkins. ROW TWO: D. Edsison, J. Fife, J. Fife, J. Eisenberg, B. Allen, K. Lee, J. Davies, P. Shimoff, J. Barich, S. Zugay S. Plank, B. Hutchinson. ROW THREE: L. Furlow, T. Rogers, G. Fracchia, F. Zins, C. Martin, R. Somerby, S. Hennansen P Page 104 Doll, R. Bacon, D. Kopfler. Wk. g, "'a 532 , M, '- Q WE ww N tr X 'Si Q 6 7 S 4 in H- 3 E ,I A , is x f S9 Ts gx. P - we iw!! 5' 4,2 . W . 'W' Yi, 5 'L K -lk! x e 'fix A M. W ,L hi si' 43 NX ,XZ ' ff E " A kk -,P 3 " sm, X.. x . " ' E8 'E Chris flfleadj . Debbie Jaime - Q 'Shirley ., Iv Dia ne Carol IV' Swv 9 3' Y2 nM5x2- sy Viale? 3 yyvsgifb JK XX Qyixfgy' fy Af IW Q9 .AM A U Mag by WW JN xyvggcg rpg. PWSJXQXQRJVPY df: yfP,5'eRYg,V WWW 561' Q7 Vg 'Q W - X fvfy, ww f ffiiffifiv M mwfw ff? N J' if .Ln N NJJLV' if W my vkswnf , X 1 r A 0 QQ, v JL LJ!! wxsjyx 'A-gk mi ww u 1 5 x f tlon IS to the soul ' a 8 E What sculpture is to a block of marble, educa -Addison Iall President gumor ROW ONE: B. McCarty, G. Hardesty, W. Jordan, A. Nimal, E. Abrams. ROW TWO: A. Berman, B. Bonomo, C. Simmons, S. Kalliam, C. Clark, H. Oslxarow. ROW THREE: C. Pierce, P. Peyton, D. Payot, S. Robertson, C. Cummings, D. Burmeister. ROW FOUR: B. Gentry, B. Titus, D. Edison, S. Dowd, P. Richardson, D. Fife. Vice-President l Bill McCarty Steve Dowd Secretary-Treasurer Elected Representative Darcy Burrneister 0 Mike 'Wexler , President Vice-President Elvi Toriello Secretary-Treasurer Connie Wirgler B Slflllilf Q e Q -2'- .v , , l ROW ONE: J. Wemer, C. Wirgler, C. Clark, M. Berger. ROW TWO: L. McLeod, B. McCarty, F. Zins, j. Wolfq L. Cavanagh. ROW THREE: B. Titus, D. Fife, D. Burmeister, S. Robertson. ROW FOUR: D. Edison, M. Boardman, E. Toriello, C. Lindskog, A. Nimal. Bob Jacobs Elected Representative Darcy Burmeister Elaine Abrams Bruce 'Abramson Phil Acker Maxine Ankele Ann Bach Stevi Badt Larry Baumann Carol Beaver Laurel Behm Murray Berger Gina Bergstrom Al Berman Kit Bomar Bob Bonomo Barbara Borchers Bruce Brazil Tor Brock Pam Brown Steffi Calkins Jeff Cameron Judy Alderman Bruce Allen Steve Allen Stephen Andersen Carole Anderson Linda Bale Steve Ballard Brian Barnard Linda Barr Bnxce Basso Dan Bello Sue Bendorf Chris Benedetti Dana Benelli Lori Benson Natalie Biczkow Bob Black Ron Blatteis Mary Ann Boardman Larry Bobsein Fred Bortolin Debby Bradford Lewis Brady Linda Bragg Vicky Brambilla Katy Bunker Ray Burger Darcy Burmeister Jerome Bushey Jack Caler Rob Cantalupo Mark Cantor Tom Cantrell Elena Capella Frank Capobianco Arthur Carman sift ,WE . Al Carbulhdo Linda Cavanagh Bill Cave Sue Cerruti Bob Christensen Rick Christian in Candy Clabaugh xxx! F , 3 if , 11,2 1 Cherie Clark "This is a Junior's car . . . I' fin if a Page 111 5 e Q V ,. L SS t 33: Steve Cohn Sue Cohn Melinda Coker Bob Colquhoun Beverly Cornet john Cotta Bonnie Cox Vicki Criste Don Connolly joan Corletc Vince Crooks Jane: Crotty X B g AQ? X me F X xl Q? af X ew:- B s Cathy Cummings Jeanne Deasy Ann DeLuke Bob Depot Luana DeVivo Steve Dowd Terry Drake Bob Drucker Gail Drzewiecki Mary Jane Durant Tom Diskin ' V - Denise Dittman , 4 936" 35-153-'SE A .Q L 3' K , v -rf 'S Alice DiGiorgio 3 - , 1 C in Marina Duyster Rick Eason Doug Edison Steve Eisenberg i ,Ng 2:4 Q 1 ' ' ai' 4' 4 wf R? +1 PQ.. .i M ,.4' 8 'I , - ' .. 3: w-Q r k i' il Fgxvie l i B 5 ez E lf? 1 Q I , x- Q . Jim Eiselr V Jane Ellison e. 1 Ralph Elston . N N "' 4 t Y X X 5- -s 42' is 1 t A F " 4: if U H .. XG' 1 EEA sk 'F' 45355 i my 3 xxx' L. E sz' 1 x. r 8 K Sf! 2 ,gf Q, , nf' use 'Qnxrf 1, . , fix Un 'Jo' Page 112 Sw Diane Ethridge Fred Fadelli John Farris ,lim Fjjtyz Sue Enslow Marc Epstein Mary Jane Espero Cheryl Ethridge Ann Fay Ellen Ferrar Dave Fife Val Flosi A , W, N C G Q.. :M wwfiafb men Ford Barry Frediani Bob Free Royal Gardner Yvonne Garrett jan Gilbert Marc Graff Vicki Graham Bob Grainger Bob Grinstead Carmen Guglielmino Mary Hanlon Terry Fries Leslie Frisbie Kris Frojen Grace Fukumoto Terry Futterer Judy Gile Renee Girolami Hal Godwin A friendly Senior shall solve che problem . . Is this what Albert Einstein saw? jerry Hardage - sxvifif New aa "Wi: Giana Hardesty joe Hardman Carol Hathaway George Hauptman , ru in , 1 Bob Hausafus f Joanne Heinlo M317 HGMCSSCY j i ,, L ' 'G Q 3? is NL 31 Ron Heiskell K h Mary Henry f Joan Heskes t . F' L Kathy Hesketh X f. 1 Don Heyfron V Cynthia Hirschorn .X I Sandi Hoehn Richard Holmes Msg, fe, is qt Lynn Hotlzinger Eva HSD M fig K , 2, ,. my John Hopfenbeck Dale Hutchings 2 " if Alan Horn Linda Hyde - Larry Howe 'sd X ' 5+ Elinwny blinh Htfwnmson i7i""i" .T .. Ska -y ry R S g L Fl " Tom Ince Howard Johnson 'K K 1 X. 'Six kj . 1 ' Bob Jacobs Bob Johnson -3, :fi -54 v V - G1-gs Jgkgvim Larry Jones M 5' J. x q s Gary Jochims gi f 5' .fic ' ,'s-:S - 'Lrg 'Q Nancy Johannesen , s L E-'Rf'-1 .2 W! A s iw -' 1 f f' ,. A f ,. 'f I L fl A fs A I L' Wendy Jordan Sue Kanaga .. 5 -- as 1 "' l r' ' Don Kaefer Bev Kaufman X3 X t, Kathy Km, cami Kelly X3 KY t L.. . L Michelle Kalliam .,- L . "rn 1 ia, ', L " M'k K ll' L i w -, ' ' ' ' "m A4 Barbara Kempees 10212110 I-1H0rsue K V, ' Jeff Kem Chris Lange 'H s I b is - - Dulcie Kopfler Brandy' I-lwffnce 9 , K 5. X , if . K7 fm- , Nancy Kramer V . N - Q' ' ' 'L if ii Sandi Kueny l -. X ,A '- ' . - - if ' Bob Leffler Jim Lewis ii' Y, ' V ' Maliha IAMZY Candy Lindskog E LI.eonevinar Rick Lockmanese . , i ' -. 5- ' Margaret Lewicki i. g K E ' ' 1 Y it , mf .5 T343 'Q 'ju' Bob Louth Jerry Markling f , :W L53 if ' Ji' Bruce Lumbard Warren Marshall A W' 'ggic ifi .nb I fm l , Dave MacMullan Jackie Matthias V LH? A s, ' 'i , 2 Eloise Maki 1 l' Laura Marans '- - 4.1! ' Q L, . l X f ml r E L Q- l " 4 5 4, 1 P e 113 L, .Atl X ag -fvxkip ' Dave Mcllmoil Linda McLeod Margaret Meisen eimer l ,, or 'iw J .OXFYX f ,. M, c'-lruklf Q. A ' fi , -' ' Jeff Matze 1 Q 2 -, X to at . MM-yor ii lu," I 5 i Sean McCarley N P ' Bob McCarthy 2251, " 5 ,N A . . Pill McCarty . wi" my K, A . -1 is gg, Q l f ' K aaffsi " gi' Xv.. .V ff-we E it i 1, A. if . ' -. Y Bob Micltelsen Page Milliken w , 65 5 aw- Don Miller EF? R ' 7 U. Sue Miller l X Q H Tom Miller A Barbara Mock ' ' Sue Moll Margaret Minto David Mitchell 1 jim Mitchell ' L kr N 1 . Wi? v Dave Orwitz Linda Paez john Pancallo Dominique Payot 'Y .. 5: - , , r six- fs if -it X v .R . 'fffe--. . , 473:71 Six 5 '. Terry Moore Barbara Morely Jim Morrow Don Moss jim Moulding Ricky Nodwornick 0 janet Napm X Carol Nelson 1 X Melvin Oka Sue Nichols Don Olson Dolores Nolan John Norrbom Patti Peyton Larry Phillips Cheryl Pierce Danny O'Neil Dean Puccinelli Bonnie Quinby Judy Plotkin Brian Price Dave Quinton Page 114 Debbi Rabin Party Rada. Bruce 'Reed Pat Reed Chris Reimers Ron Riskin Terry Roberts Brian Robertson Sue Robertson Kathy Robinson Patprick Richardson Lynn Richter Steve Ridley joan Romey Steve Rose Sue Rosemond P "sl I L . is r rn V " lx: 'i f vu. -n-NRM A - ,Q ' Beth O'Sullivan l, mlm, - i l wot, l Nancy Pallerien li I - 111.5 ml aw ' fi: ips 'zxfl ltr' 14 , if jo Helm Parsons fic- felcmllw N 1 Qi 'K 5 Q Ri Mil' X, V .H If -- ' W' XV it FQ ,, .1 s , i v F 48 'R -we 'K Q . 4 ! . L 5, 1 it ., .nm if . 1: X s X A . ,'!5W!! '1- 's w ff W 1 0 X J 'SF Q 13531 5, wp- H Q xc K Q is xl V A: - we JWYQ Tom Peterson Next stop- Kangaroo Court . . Ron Rosen Kathy Rowe Virginia Schmidt Rosalie Schonberg Rick Sermon Brad Shane Darlene Shannon Nancy Slavick Tom Sliter Marlowe Smith Jane Saladin Mary Lou Salzmar Joe Sanchez Tammy Saunders Lynn Schroeder Eric Schwartz Dick Schwerin jim Sebanc jim Shea Cherie Simmons Bob Simmons Carol Singer Steve Skale Sharon Smith Stu Smith Tony Spencer Rick Stephenson Kevin Still Wes Strong Nanda Sturtevant Bonnie Swinehart Steve Taber Diane Tagliafico Drew Takahashi Debb Craig Steiner Sue Stendahl Roy Sullivan Barbara Sunderbrueh Karen Suppe Jeffrey Sweat: Jody Tallman Lynne Taylor Pam Tenney Sue Thirltell ie Thomas Mack Thompson Bud Titus Elvi Toriello Ruth Toriello janiece Towne Jean Traphagen Sue Trickett Sandy Urbano Nancy Vyemura Pat Van Kirk Sue Viersen Rita Vrat Greg Waddell Bob Waters Pam Weeks Nancy Welch Jill Wemer Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! Mike Wexler Barbara Weyla nd 7 iw, , ,, gnm ,,, .Page 115 Q I W 'L 5 i Craig Whelan tv 2. 'ff-'E AM Wick ..1'. P Q Fran Wieboldc W -xi i t 1 ,viii .. . jan Wiesenborn - -' " " k 5ff13??9a:.'. I it F . G35 hi r K Craig Wight K Q Chris Williams Q51 f in 1 QIIJWW' 'Ord 1 Q C Sue Wilso N 3 ' " E Debbie Winters Connie Wirgler Judy Wolfe Cynthia Wood John Woolridge Ronnie Young Andrea Zzitlin M l. W' A fi e Jim Mi'- ' k'5'ij'f jg Fran Zim Wav v, - --if, ' Dave Zunich Q. 7r?"W. " 2 " wi'i'7i EVXQQM had fi Page 116 jlmior W make-ups late arrivals Jan Armitage Steven Barkoff Sandra Burns Marsha Hunt Carol Federighi Roy Larson Nancy Lauder Lee Lockhart Howard Osharovw Jan Shoaf i ROW ONE: Willard Pallow, Bob Gentry, Steve Rose. ROW 'I'W0: Paula Abraham, Karen Kromh- our, Sue Robertson, Joan Romey, Sue Viersen. .. qw- ' ophomore class council ROW ONE: S. Greenberg, J. Reid, R. Linehan, G. Pelzner, C. Rognier, H. Robertson, R. Singer. ROW TWO: K. Lee, S. Zugay, D. Eppes, K. Zugay, H. Spritzer, J. Eisenberg, G. Van Meter, P. Finkes, S. Greenberg. ROW THREE: D. Pritchard, K. Katson, P. Ledell, J. Barich, S. Plank, C. Jenis, I.. Wiliams, S. Lurie, N. Wirgler, D. Behling. , spring Vice President Joan Eisenberg President Randy Linehan Secretary Treasurer Karen Zugay Elected Representative Janice Fife tall President Hugh Robertson Secretary Treasurer Sharon Greenberg Vice President Debbie Eppes Elected Representative Gary Pelzner ROW ONE: H. Robertson, D. Elliott, R. Linehan, K. Johnson, J. Eisenberg, P. Finkcs, P. Sinclair, K. Zugay, D. Eppes. ROW TWO: C. Rognier, H. Spritzer, C1 Hutchinson, K. Larson, S. Green- berg, S..Zugay, A. Ruttencutter, K. Keys, J. Fife, N. Wirgler. ROW THREE: R. Singer, J. Reid, R. Larson, D. Jenings, G. Cranert, G. Pelzner, J. Barich, S. Plank, P. Ledell. Page 117 I' - kv- rg: fe- H 'Wav :if i . Q t K F X V ff' . ' xv' A x fl' K - weigh, wa' Q SEQ 1 'Q Page 118 - -sa wr ' 5' . , XHQBJAQC-Q Cathy Adometro Rob Alvord George Andreasen Frank Arbery Mark Atkinson joe Bacchetto Nonnan Bale Sue Barnes Dave Baumann Harvey Becker David Behling Joni Rnn Benelli -1 Bill Berbawy .Sa in Mary Jo Bergstrom Q '55 im it Bob Bergtholdt " ,. Sudie Bickel -:H t t Q -L Phil Boarts Tom Bohmker , .1 -- - it Sandy Brasier Nan Briedenbach X Cathy Buetow Sandy Burnham David Burroughs Bob Cady in Bruce Campbell . W Kathleen Carlson Q: . Rick Carlson Robert Carothers A ei H B! -' A Dave Cellers Anthony Chan Pattie Chlubna Michael Chong Simon Cohn Joyce Cole Sharon Collins Connie Conway Mike Ducas David Dahlen Tony Danis Ann Dascoulias "I wonder what this button is for? John Bitter Linda Blackton Rene Blanquies Gail Blevins Jeff Bromfield Mike Brown Cheryl Bnxce Bnxce Brumbach 1 , -1 asf,--'gg . .V-A. 35 ' ' lilo :UAH it Ed Caler john Calkins Bruce Cameron y ti . fe 51. ,P 'Ya FA f .. 3 as -Q "'i 5 mdk W J X , 'Nz- , .-as X my vi Noel Cary Colleen Cavin Roberick Chong Don Christian Bob Cocklin Gregg Cranert Matt Criste Karen Crothers Charles Cummings fel Missy Dean Phil Demosthenes Debbi Depot Vernon Diaz :B JUNE . .- K fa M, H E 1, 43 4 ,Q J"e'+2' he MQ-sg, in 5. N . .S K 'ul 5 , 5' Q . ,si . K 'Z - Paul Dierkes Kathy Dillon Laurie Dodds Dennis Duchmann Bill Eakin Joan Eisenberg Ernie Evangelho Alive Evans Stephanie Evans Ann Flodihn Milton Folan Maureen Foley Barbara Gagliana Nancie Galbraith Mike Gallagher John Gislason Rory Glaubert Eileen Golden 1 A hi' ..' , Steve Greenberg i' f L Howard Greishaber as X3 Qi Ax as for l eff A T if ET-Li-.N 5: 5, ' :Q Hans Hansen 1 'i 'Ca fi 'iw Charley Doll Andy Donaldson Bob Dooley James Douglass Elyse Dreyer jim Eller Dave Elliott Debbi Eppes Epstein Karen Daryl Evangelho Chris Federighi Mark Feldman Paul Ferguson janice Hfe Pamela Finkes Linda Forrest William Free jeff Friedman Carin Friend june Fukumoto Den Ghilarducci Ann Giffin Bruce Gilmore jim Ginestra Janice Gioardo Marc Goldrarh Deborah Goldstei Doug Grant Paula Grant Shari Greenberg Laurie Grimes Joyce Guillory Linda Guilmette Carl Hach Phil Hanrahan t , . , iw ll J oh n Hansen Linda Hanson Mike Hardy Scott Hanna I1 jerry Harper sg Gail Harris Donna Hartley 'HJ V ,Y I Gerald Harvey ' 65' -e . gud ,rg Q X .Q Qi S535 " E. fs 'Y Q. his J iq :ii gig You mean we've got to clean that? 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'f 'if fr ,, -fi 1 V ill 'VIR 5 7 1 gig SF, .315 , i s X Page 120 Je? sfif' L new Q Steve Laff Verne Lang Don Langley Trudy Leahy Gary Leary Bobbi Leavy Kathy he Carolyn Leonard Chris Leslie Steve Lessinger Irene Levine Marc Likens Linda Heider Linda Hcnrickson David Heredia Jim Herring Lolan Ho Warren Hog Howard Honerlah Marie Honerlah Lisa Keller Tom Kemp Karen Keys Carol Keifer Louis Konton Colleen Kraus Bruce Krempetz Sue Kresa Andrea Hoskins Linda Hull Holly Humphrey Richard Hurley Cathy Hutchinson Kurt Jacobson Caroll Janis Dave Jennings Helen Johnson Kim Johnson Candace King Melinda Kirchner Tom Kirvin Val Klemlak Ina Krips Linda Krug Donna Krushkhov Michael Kunitani Christine Lape Don Larkin Karin Larson Ron Larson Gail Lawson Tom Leddy Patt Ledell Becky Lee Bob Irish Marge Iwasa Bob Jacobsen Barbara jones Roger Jones Laura Kahoun Roselyn Hesselberg Egmont Hinricks Liane Hoolsema Jeff Horton at ' .1,: 'Y' 3 1 ' t ' 4? xv. .-- M' xiii 'Ex Sophomores at work C?J 3 :fist Q Peter Linden if X f Q in 1' 1 L . x he X N .MVS Xxx Y- 'efk 1 S Q va 2 at vii? 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Cherlynne Loy Maria Malignaggi Steve Marsh Ann Martinelli Cathy Massaro Linda Masters Cathy McAuliffe Marsha McCabe David McClung Kathy McDonough jim McEachern Lon McQuillin Dave Mendel Marlaine Meyer Judy Miller john Mills Kathy Mohr William Monaghan Mary Ann Mordock George Morley Richard Morse Susan Muzzy Jim Ness Phyllis Newman Nathan Ng Joe Niederreiter Diana Partridge Darla Passey Barbara Paul Angela Paulazzo Dave Pearson Bob Pfleg Glenn Phillips Kathy Pierson Bill Plaetlte Stepheanie Plank Mike Lucas Linda Madsen Bill McAbee Heather McAlpine Q. ww. - Roy McGuire , Lola McKinnon Greg McMurdie E 9 Lori Mills Vicki Mitchell Joyce Mirehell Cheryl Mueller Pat Murfee Mary Muska Rick Nystrom Kelly Odell Bob Ortega john Pearson , Tim Rederson A Gary Pelzner s is ' Sandy Plotkin Cam Pope 5 i as W? 9. L . 'Q 'W' ati life Q X -Q V B' X A NR, l iss! Tim Portlock Page ni' .s ' A N 'ef ' sm . s 'r , ,, R as T? 'ik Q X- ' 1 his , ge. on Q A il sn? t 'il J' N 'Q 5 fir ,I il 1K i ". S sf K ' Pat Sheehan Robert Simonzini Rich Singer Phyllis Smith sg? 3 .J L?-1' S 'swiss C its is sf ke A an if A' Q '0'f2'..i1 Barry Price David Pritchard Joan Ratto Louis Ravella jonni Reay Ellen Richardson Elizabeth Riley John Riordan Bob Roberts Kathy Roberts jolm Roselli Chuck Rosenberg Robin Ross Steven Ross Cindy Rowland Pat Scheer Judy Schieber Linda Schlocker Bill Scott Candie Scribner Jack Reid Jess Reid Kine Reimer: Hugh Robertson Danny Robinson Chris Rognier Janis Rubin Carol Rutherford Dave Salk Patricia Sendach Charles Sequana Barbara Shaw It's time for show and tell! Crane Souder Hildie Spritzer Mike Stalder Margaret Steiner Tom Stenson Mary Susoeff Elaine Susoff Ben Sweeny Gayle Swenson Gene Swinehart Chris Teachout Connie Terwilliger Paula Tipton Scott Tobin Dan Tomsky Jeff Stuelke Marty Sullivan Gary Suppe Lauren Szto Tony Tanzi Carol Taylor Cynthia Tong Jacqueline Turner jim Van Boven M -,gr .N 4 'w er ti' at an 'ME of ., lp -' Q 4 so , X yt KX x NV I . 5 x . J' 9' f r ,X, N Ron Shinn ' L F if Patti Sinclair V X ' gf Phil Smith X :- Q Terri Smith s FK - EH' W .,,5 35' . ha 3 I . .,: S l l " 'F 5 Gretchen Van Meter jerry Venturas Q "X," ' ' ' 5 5 :QA ' i 1 A f Paula Vircov K " ' - , A V f Kathleen Vochatzer Alan Vowell Giza Vrar Hes so darling, but hes only a Freshman! Steve Wagner Wayne Walcom XL'g , , A Mary Wayne Mike Altieri fy Z-jf .f Jan Webb Michelle Consranrini 3:-f'-nf in ' - X 'N XR Shirley Webster , Q 5 I -Q: A ' f H- DE A J' 5 X S E PatWcstpl'1al " i , x J Wlf! . . . R" V U, ta vgsliams Binda Clgevmcenzi N--' fy Joe Williams 'ana entry X ,Nl Linda Williams f h S L " Steve Williams " 3 - ff 5 - Wendy Williams ' E gg ' - , Fred Willyerd X, , ' W . .4 Nancy Windish X WN Nancy Wirgler z. f K . Sue Wish jon Jenkins si, 5,-EQ Marion Worbetz Cortina Lansdeu i Ti Larry Wright Nanc Philli s X. ..i, M Ae aj' ' W Melissa wyllie Y P gl GMC Y'm'S""" Elizabeth Rael keg-' bm zgfman Barbara Webster ., it E2 Cl' V Xi 8 'Y W Louise Yerkes V Karen Zugay 2 I Q Sharon Zugay I've heard better jokes . . . -fu 1. Les Hamako Jeanne Hennessy were - lL.,. M 3 Page 123 sophomore make-ups ROW ONE: Lee Wendkos, Gus Rochford, Steve Williams ROW TWO: Steve Pace, Judy Stout, Ava Ruttencutter, Harold McCarthy. What did you say that you used for flavoring? Page 124 juniors and Seniors just seem to add something to a Sophomore page . . . Don't you think? fre hman class council e fall President Steve Barrel Vice-President Larry Cretan Secretary-Treasurer Elected Representative ROW ONE: P. Vangene, T. Baker, S. Barrel. ROW TWO: B. Glidden, . . P. Garlington, L. Bendure. ROW THREE: D. Saunders, S. Fay, P. Brian Harvlck Barry Varm Homan. ROW FOUR: K. Barnard, B. Harvick, P. Reading, L. Cretan, B. Vann. President Larry Cretan Secretary-Treasurer Diane Saunders spring Vice-President Gayle Goldblatt Elected Representative ROW ONE: D. Saunders, P. Reading, B. Glidden, M. Mcbeskey, S. Fay, S. Hancock, B. Maienschein. ROVZ TWO: B. Vann, R. Wdliams, G. Vfiesenborn, P. Wat, D. Hayashi, B. Feder, L. Cretan, S. Bar-te. P I au West Page 125 Karen Anderson Lloyd Aubry Doreen Avery Terry Baker Glenna Bale F 3 if Wi, Q' X We me s 3 'T , 3 Sn Linda Behling Lois Bendure Nancy Bento Leonard Bernsdorf jim Berry Marilyn Bohn Gerry Boomer Clyde Borch Dave Borgmeyer Ronald Bottini Barry Brady Carol Bragg Chris Brahy Cathie Buhn Lynette Bullard Phyllis Bunce james Buzan V if K 45' iii? we 3, gi., ,,,s . Q ,ww it ' ks . Q ,. 1 . s-t..,-W-,-V . ' s,iife.at12 Page 126 Kathy Chaney Arlyne Charlip Debi Christensen Michael Cohn Maria Coleman Anthony Aguiar Brent Ahlvin Doug Allan George Alt Mike Altieri . 69" oath- 35 f il , if 2' is . . M '53 M o l 2 . 2 1 it Jan Baze Bill Bears: Justin Beck Robert Beck Brian Beerman We it .C . -. wi- --1-gk Denise Byroads Maria Cabral Denise Casagrande Janet Cassa Susan Christiansen Denise Chun Bob Casper john Clabaugh Bill Cocklin Guy Conrad Janet Cooper jane Copes janet Copes Dan Cornet Noreen Bale Sharon Ballard Shirley Barela Linda Barker jim Amou Terry Andersen Debbie Anderson Ni . im-F Werner Braun Donna Brown jim Brownlow Karen Burnham Mark Burrell Mike Buss Chris Biagi Mary Bjurman Kathy Bracket: Amanda Bradford Ls. A f ff' - - sis , A . -A Kevin Barnard Steve Bartel Melinda Barrar Karen Battimore is . -wi' wif ei' xl ll 'Wi Q' . 1 fi s t W X ,F .1 C ipyssw ' -L .N .f ,TY V , r if fr 'J J XJ: sk rg J Lynne Garrison Jackie Gibson Mike Gillespie Roberta Glidden Dan Crenshaw Larry Cretan Rick Crouch Sherry Dack Carl Downing Frank Draheim Candy Duarte Larry Eichwer Dwight DeVillier Anita DeVries Bob Dierkes Bill Dillingham Chris Dittman Nancy Dacus Robert Davis Artie Degan Dennis Denbo Gary DeSantis Jim Ellison g J J J a 1 Dennis Espero ' J J Dave Etchison - f- fi. Heidi Etllrldge K kg: 1 'JJ John Ethridge ijfiff J J :XJ J. - .s-SQ Dave Dodds Mary Donahue Pat Donohue Brian Douglass X ,J . ,359 xg J 1' - Cathy Fadelli Paul I-Yldman Q1 J 4 Faith Fagan Bob Ferris C ii " ' Candee Fanburg Ken Fisher ' ' '1 i mf Susan Fay Mike Flint " . J Barnaby Feder Judi Franchina Cheryl Franzi Jim Frasser Judy Gale --- 1 As long as I am asleep, I have no fear, or hope, trouble or glory . . . Cervantes Margie Gantvourt Steve Gariglio Pete Garrett Joel Geddes Marcia George Joyce Gielow Sue Gilbert Tony Gilbert George Girand Linda Guisto Gayle Goldblatt Tom Goodier ,J J X' - ' ' ' N Dennis Goss Stacy Gurevitch Goeffrey Gouler Rob Hamilton ' , ' ?-7 5 Steve Grant Stephanie Hancock X lift 1 Mary Gregg Sarah Hansen 1 Aix . ,QA J J J V ,, "' 3 SJ i ' .f J if ' 'V Barbara Harris Robert Hauptman .. A JJ JJ Leslie Hart Dave Hayashi J , J -JJ Q -11 ff J Brian Harvick Stephanie Head ' ' K iv X '- J. ,JJ Mike Hathaway Ray Heinlo 'gs , ' 5 , H X, i Donna Hengst 4 1 1,9 . .x- Page 127 Debbie Henry Rich Holtzinger , Pam Homan J - " ' Nancy Horton ' Vanessa Horton S ' 5' ' Q Don Howard 3-53 'E Susan Howe ,L - W ' Elizabeth Hoskins Sharon Hull L Donna Holrberg joe Hummel Rudy Hunsaker 55 ie E13 Dianne Howard '-vig.. . buf' xl". . , WN' Nm' Q39 Georgeann Jenkins ' ' .g .X ,:,, Andy johannesan :H - F79 .i ,K Barbara Johnson I - Lawrence Hyink Gregory Jones ' f . Judy jallett jeryl Sue Jones Jessica Jones Marilyn Kane Steve Kent Marie Kester jeff Klapper -Ti - Larry Kaufman john Klein Fred Klinger George Koetke N gg- Cathy Karrass W' jane Kreider Greg Lanstyak Greg Lawson David Lazzari Susan Learn Tom Leffler Sherry Komisarek Marti Kramer Eleanor Lewis Peggy Lehman Kathy Leung Loma Lewis 'K Paul Marienthal john Martens Paula Martin Earl Masuda nan Mccmhy G Arr Maxim S S Angela McManus Roger McNamara Dave Meisenheimer Sandi Mendelson 9 A S 11 Kathy Henne Elizabeth Homs L , 'K 'Q 2 v l E Qs if ' 5.,. fwf g Ann Hennessey Bruce Horn wg ry f X3 Q ge wg F 1 KY V"4i.Bfm . as in Freshman . . . gy X Q xi X X gifs K. Q35 X ,Y W5 Nfl gt we Leslie Lilain Florine - Curr. Patsy Lopez Nick Lucas W 5 ' 'f it 'L ' aii Barbara Maienschein jim Lorenzaro Keith Lombard 1 -ZS f 7 K Helm MIM Pamela Manseau e Lindskog Chris Martin Doug Martin Fred Mayer Bnice Mayor Carol McLeod Madge McLeskey Susan McVay as X- . .eg Q x Xe in Mi l ' ll 6 Q F W Al X. sera E .5 it Roger Pancho Jim Parker Gregg Partridge Darla Pearson Karen Peterson Rico Petrini Dottie Pizarao Miles Merwin Marlene Micltelsen Doreen Miller Don Mitchell Laurie Mitchell Nancy Morgan Sharon Morimoto Kathy Morris Sherry Moulding Nancie Muzzy Mary Norman Pete Norrbom Kathy O'Neil Donna Paddleford Cliff Palmer Gene Pasquini Darla Pearson Erline Pearson Priscilla Peery Michael Poschetti Alan Potter Peter Primiani Mike Procopio Chuck Ram Patricia Pryor Bill Rasnick yi .W Ann Quinton Dave Ray 4 Pam Reading John Regan Mark Roberts Steve Ridgley Mike Roberts Bret Rios Bonnie Robertson Guy Rodgers Pat Rojko Mwwexet . Jean Sandidge William Sant Leigh Samuel Diane Riclt Saunders Kathy Schadel Ginny Rollet Arlene Romey Jeff Rosoff Gloria Rossi Jean Rotondo Saunders Sarah Narup Paul Nelson Dave Newton Vicki Palmer Janice Pancallo Jim Rucker Debi Rumer Ava Ruttencutter Gerilyn Ryan Madge Salmons Steve Moore Marilyn Moorhead Nancy Searles John Schumann Dennis Sheehan Randy Scott Patti Shmn Nancy Sivils J M Jean Sjogren 35 Page 129 Page 130 525,59 sw . fee. jim Skiff David Smith Val Skopni Bill Spencer Martha Sliter Nick Spinney Tasha Spinney Rick Stalder Dave Stevens David Stevens Drew Stevens Stu Stevens james Stewart jolee Sullivan X Carol Summer Tom Taber H x 5 Marilyn Sunderbnach Bob Tallman Qin Carol Susoff Cal Tenney i 'W M5 Wig Dick Swenson ix Carolyn Tennis Molly Titus Susan Toniatti Frank Toriello Phil Vangene Barry Vann Carla Vaughn Julie Vejmola Grant Walker Judy Warner Wendy Watkins Sue Weistein Jim Wells Dan Wenger Glenn White jim Walker Vivian Walker jack Wall Brett Turner Debby Turner Don Ulsh Chuck Werley Paul West Debbie Weyer Patti Wieboldt Beverly Wilson Gary Wiesenborn Sandi Wooldridge Ross Williams Teri Williams Marcia Wylie Becky Yamaguchi Judy Yerington Casey Young Eric Young Alan Wright late arri al Earl Masuda Carl Metzger Stan Sheppard Cathy Sims Bob Zatkin Bob Zolezzi Jim Bisetti Tom Hunt Sherrie Jester Wren Edwards ROW ONE, BOTTOM to TOP: Irene Coslow, Karen Borrimore, Roger Brudno, Robert Beck. ROW TWO: Pam Garlingron, Heidi Roper, Dave Biggio. Randy Sykes, joe Santos, Charla Tennis freshmen ROW ONE, Top to Bottom: Jim Omai, Clyde Burch, Cindy Hutchinson. ROW TWO: Nancy Pulpaneck, Stephanie Head, Mike Martyn. make-ups Page 131 J Page 132 Sp0Ft It is in games that many men discover their paradise -Robert Lynd Page 133 varsity Winning five out of eight games and putting together the team's best effort to date, the Dons barely missed taking part of the league championship when they lost to Hillsdale 7-0 in the Traditional. The Dons opened the season by beating a surprised Serra team 13-8. In its romp over Wesunoor, Aragon scored a record 47 points. The team made it three in a row with its 27-0 League victory over Crestmoor. Capuchino handed the Dons their first loss of the season in a game played under the lights. Aragon fell short of beating Burlingame when a last ditch drive was halted inches short of a first down on the Burlingame five yard line with 50 seconds left in the game. The team rose to their high point of the season with two key wins over San Mateo and Mills. Led by O'Neil, Titus, Devincenzi, Neilson, Cort, Hains, Allen, and Connaughton in the backfieldg Trueblood, Meeds, and Waters at the endsg Eason at centerg bulldogs Christopherson and Brant, guardsg and Swenson and Fadelli, tacklesg Aragon continued to improve. '1'his year Aragon has been especially fortunate in having four of its varsity players appointed to the all M.P.L. Team. The four chosen were Jim O'Neil, Bruce Allen, Fred Faddelli, and Mike Christopherson. Buddy Titus was given honorable mention. At upper left are team managers Joe Niederreiter and Tim Portlock. At lower left are coaches Elmer Shaake, Charles Polk and head coach Gene Gorden. SCOREBOARD Aragon 1 3 Serra 8 Aragon 47 Westmoor 1 3 Aragon 27 Crestmoor 0 Aragon 0 Capuchina 1 4 Aragon 7 Burlingame 1 3 Aragon 7 San Mateo 6 Aragon 2 0 Mills 7 Aragon 0 Hillsdale 7 Paul Swenson Red O'Neil John Eason Russ Coppo Page 134 , l M fl ,l , ', Y - ' .A ' x Q S., : 'Kr .Wiz by-' fflfl N-r 35? X-,T-mi L3X1? XTX I TK.- 'T 7 - X! 'T x x 1" M. lv V f' At ff , 5 X xx Il" jigs - ' ox , ,Q XA? 'A F 'i fr? Aw " AY 7 ' Q t ' Q .'-S w J -- - X7' 'N ' " " ' " " -1,215 V 1 r AX A f'N7- N L.. A I 6.353511 11143 IS 53 5ll755Se7-Iss-34?-152056551251 f,f -. A f A Y f w K V Qgf K: , 3 i ,gQ g e gg ,-SFU W Jfn X K I ,4-4 3: 1 , .F ,E x A 1 W Q f Q W -5 . Al? , I . ,fa 1 f W?X'V.? f. 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ABOVE: Aragon takes time for a huddle during a drive downfield. Giv- ing the Slay is QB Mike Neilson fno. 125. LEFT: ack Red O'Neill leaves San Mateo racklers sprawled on the ground as he fol- lows FB Wayne Devincenzi fno. 545 around right end. In the background is Mike Christo- pherson fno. 655 and Terry Futterer Cno. 805. Block Paul Swensen Q no. 705. John Hams Paul Windish Mark Trueblood Don Waters Page 139 Qfviw 3- . ,til . g 5 ' 17 S11 X M I2 N Y, Q .nf-ffsixl we f:..x::iXx-1, -A A Yf1kf,, Q X QQ, fro h football ROW ONE: Bob Dierkes, Artie Degen, Bret Kios, Carl Downing, Pete Garratt, Casey Young, jim Rucker, Art Mckim, Barry Brady, Jim Bisetti, Coach Tom Harney. ROW TWO: Dennis Goss, jim Berry, Chuck Werley, Rico Petrini, Phil Vangene, Brent Ahlvin, Bob Tallman, Barry Vann, Larry Eichner, Curt Lindskog. ROW THREE: Tim Wells, Jim Parker, Don Howard, Roger McNamara, Steve Kent, Dave Biggio, Jim Walker, The Aragon Frosh Football Team has shown a lot of effort this season and despite their losses never once did they lose their true Don fighting spirit. Both Coach McKee and Coach Harney agree that with effort all around the team will make a good come back next year. Pictures on opposite page: lb Aragon grabs for a fumbled ball. 23 Coach Tom Harney watches over his team in the Mills game. 35 An Aragon player lunges for a pass but misses. 45 Aragon players are poised to overwhelm their opponents. SD Coach McKee concentrates on his team's plays. 63 Aragon attempts to stop the Mills opponent. George Girard, Miles Merwin. ROW FOUR: Jim Ellison, Robert Haput- man, Geoff Goulet, Paul Nelson, Dave Meisenheimer, Mike Roschetti, jim Fraser, Chris Biaggi. ROW FIVE: Manager Mark Dean, Manager Bill McCarthy, Ron Bottithi, Dave Borgmeyer, Gary DeSantis, Jeff Kiapper, Bruce Papenhause, John Clabaugh, Chris Martin, Kevin Barnard. SCOREBOARD ARAGON 0 CAPUCHINO 20 ARAGON 0 MILLS 28 ARAGON 6 HILLSDALE 7 ARAGON 13 SAN MATEO 47 Page 141 cross-countr Bob Louth Steve Skale Gus Rochfgrd Tom Kemp Brian Robertson most outstanding runners Wlule this year's cross country has not been strong as a team, it has produced fine individual performers. The varsity squad was headed by Steve Skale, Brian Robertson, and Steve Carter. The Fresh- Soph's were paced by Gus Rochford and Bruce Cameron. Bob Louth and Tom Kemp joined these boys for the M.C.S. trials ar CSM. With all but Carter returning, Coach Daskarolis plans on being high in league standings next year. 2: ' 3 'Wi fi '- w - - vw- . .... U :ss-ferns, - X r . I f :. 5 ' is 'ik' "N - Q. , K ,C Coach Daskarolis 'Q-1. Life's race . . Well run, Life's work . . Well done, Page 142 Q , - P 1 A - 2 r ROW ONE: Denis Tong, Cal Tenney, Don Mitchell, jim Buzan, Dan Corner, Fred Mayer, Alan Potter. ROW TWO: Steve Bartell, Randy Linehan, Bob Ortega, Gus Rochford, Eric Young, Mike Loy. ROW THREE: Ben Sweeny, Bruce Cameron, Fred Klinger, Bruce Mayor, Bob Louth, Steve Carter, Doug Edison. ROW FOUR: Ken Levin, Marc Graff, Brian Robertson, Harvey Heath, Tom Stenson, Royal Gardner, Dave Mitchell, Bob Swickard, Ron Rosen. ROW FIVE: Mr. Daskarolis, Rich Fathy, Tom Kemp, Bart Becker, Bob Gentry, Lauren Szto, Shelly Schuster, Neil Peterson, Jeff Sweat, Steve Sltale, Don Kacfer. I , i Life s victory . won, ' Now cometh . . rest. -Edward Hazen Parker Page 143 A. , . im fini Q QPQ1 Za . '11 , W s SQ 2 -p ' 35- F3 ' W' 5 . x-'wx 2 , ..., . ssl i 1 , 'Sj3"?Ngxg , . .L kb whey .fl-K 'ff QW - X: .- 1 1' Y M53 if M H Q I 4-J - W Xi in 2 QMXQQKSKQ, , , K . 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While Toschi was the big man inside for most of the season, 6-2 Senior forward Bob Snmerby, all-league guard in '64 was the top in- side threat. With good outside shooting and a l7.3 league average, Bob broke Mark Jorgenson's scoring record with a 646 total. Seniors Red O'Neil and Wayne Schrader and juniors Buddy Titus and Steve Dowd were also top players. At the end of the season Bob Somerby was chosen All League player of the year. Wayne Schrader I Steve Pearson Mike Neilson Ron Anderson Page 145 Q ,fc Pst Q8 L A ff' ,g if 1 xi., 5. VL 3' QE' fii 5' '96 1 i Q w iff r my Vi ki ' " -1 5 ti M gr f W X , S f4, ffl, ,QI , A, ive fs 5 ,Q JE if . vf M 'N 5? ' 33? si fi A f,2 A ww N hiya A L ifggi-AJ gras A M45 X ew ,,,, M i i , lm I -5 i 1 1 1 xii PSG - , 593 - fs ix. 1, 5 XL y 050, . X 4:2 z 0 l 4 f X-K7 g , ig 1 . v- A , 9 ,Q J N --Q 3 E12 F 'A 1 .. X g, 1:'.A K, A ww -fe. . ,,,.,,-H' .quo J Q fx Q2 .. b ..,. .2 gigs , if N . 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L- 1. mr 351. fl' 'I ily' x f, ' 4' , V 1 .g,5v?.,ifQ':-.f--Y--ffm -. ., b 2 Av:-v wx'-, - r , , ' r . ,- H " In ' H: ..., 1... lg V 1 9 ,. :L-g..,.z2 -. fLjy5i,g 34 -,-34 ,C ' I V ,.. AgL,3g3MK,.m ,.,Qi:-v 1 A Q u7""i S1K?.2Q1.f 13' X25 Q., fi ' f "X ...T-rw -Velhengrs' A i1 , , '-33,5,f'Fr,wm. V. .QWPMQPQ 'NQZW 'la , , X: FP w-sw ' 'wi -4' - rm I 2-5,5 1 Q... V T N 'H In 1 I k "lpn--FHL. -ff, fi ' ' 'fi Y-. M ..-217 -ffl" rl i - ' f . 1'- V Plqf' 4 ff 1 -Y I1 I 7 A -agkif-433,-arg -'ills JI., ' -' 'A'--rn, U ' x.- -.. , ...si .?. A -,,,"" --0. Q- Vw' i l x V, i . , JG 4069, .-..' track ROW ONE: Russ Coppo, John Conncrs, Cliff Cretan, Andy Ford, Tim Gilmore, Gary De Santis, Rick Carlson, Steve Laff, Bill Eakin. ROW Glidden, Bob Colqunoun, Bill Wood, Chester Barker, Dennis Thodas, Steve Skale, Brian Robertson, John Roselli. ROW TWO: Tom Kemp, Joe Sanchez, Roy Larsen, Brent Ahlvin, Nick Lucas, Don Fisher, Vince Crooks, John Hains, Dave Quinton, Marc Likens, Fred Fadelli, Jim Cook, Coach Bill Larson. ROW THREE: Bill Block, Rico Petrini, Paul H Clarke, Bob Swickard, Don Miller, Bill Cave, Matt Criste, Jeff Sweatt, Rick Lockmanese, Stephen Ford, Bob Beacon, Jerry Leendertsen. ROW FOUR: Mr. Daslrarolis, Fred Mayer, Bmce Campbell, Ed Caler, Chris Rognier, Chris Reimers, Ron Rosen, Ron Shinn, George Brown, Bart Becker, Bob Cady, Hugh Robertson, Keith Winkler, Robert Roberts, Jack Reids, Kent Conaughton, John Wilson, Lars Larson. ROW ONE: Dennis Tong, Art McKim, Andy Johannesen, Geoff Matzc, jeff Klapper, Jeff Stuelke, Gerold Harvey, Ron Larson, juan E. Duran, Al Berman, Lauren Szto, Nathan Ng, David Pritchard, Fred Klinglcr. ROW TWO: John Brackett, Steve Eisenberg, Tom Bohmker, Warren Hoo, Tom Stenson, Werner Braun, Howard Osharo, Paul West, Larry Cretan, Bob Louth, Bruce Mayor, Anthony Chan, Kelly Odell, John Pearson. ROW THREE: Mr. Daslnarolis, Randy Linehan, jim Buzan, Brett Turner, John Farris, Mark Roberts, George Eisenberg, John Kawa- saki, Harvey Heath, Steve Carter, Barry Vann, Rich Singer, J. T. jen- kins, Jim skiff. ROW FOUR: Mike Altieri, jim Bisetti, Ben Sweeny, Gus Rockford, Alan Potter, Chris Reimers, Bill Rutherford, Ron Shinn, Bruce Cameron, Dave ennings, Dave Hayashi, Steve Bartel, Cal Tenney, Drew Stevens, Dan Cornet, Mr. Larson. Page 155 X55 0 Sie varslty ba eball ,A ei E ROW ONE: Bob Tallman, Terry Drake, Mark Trueblood, Hans Pearl, Terry Futterer, Bruce Lumbard, Mike Young, Don S 'J 3 Q . Q Hefron, Mike Christopherson. ROW TWO: Mike Neilsen, Buddy Titus, Steve Dowd, Red O'Neil, Dave Zunich, Larry N' ' S 5 A Bauman, Rob Cantalupo, Randy Meads, Alan Horn, Warren Egan, Johnvihiorbom, jerry Ocata, Danny O'N . X Xi N yx?-X N:S'iNS,5A:7,' X 75 B of XSY?R peS f gklew i H ggfllyixjgl N F 33.1 mf Q . N. Qxix R9 i Kb 'Q Nj-N eg L517wf3J wg' E' .Q , 'X i X , . , . ee me Elven' S-2 xfl'0Sll'S0 ll il eball RV 5 'YQE3 do fsgrg . 0 ig Q R R R 5 fi e, W R 39 S573 X. ' E Qi E 3 f , Q , f W t I is VN' , J 4 W E s ' Q , gf B e Q iw J . Q-LL 3 i6Q?Q 5 a X be of ' Ri w K N E ,E gs E' if li R ' 3 X5 f ROW ONE: Bruce Gilmore, Gary De Santis, Rick Carlson, Steve aL.ff, Bill Eakm. ROW ' X TWO: Steve Greenberg, Steve Fletcher, Phil Van Gene, Bob Eakin, Mike Gilliespe, Carl Og R Sf' Palmer. ROW THREE: Les Hamako, Bill McCarthy, Bill Zolezz, Dave Elliott, Dave Pearson, E ' Phil Boarts, Bob Irish, Roger Jones. N T5 Pag 156 Qs PITCHERS Terry Funerer, Bruce Lumbard, Hans Pearl, Mike Young Bud Titus 1 Mike Ncilsen Page 157 ,fxii sg ,vs f-, ga-QQ :kiwi A " 5' 1.-,, ' f 3 r .gm-'mans we." ' .4 3' VA -. g-4 8. ,mn 'E -1 varsity s imming ROW ONE: Randy Cort, Ron Fagonni, Mike Loy, Sheldon Pete Mayor, Don Connolly, Bill Fallow, Vic Turchet, Bill Schuster, Phil De-mosthenes. ROW TWO: joe Hardman, Page Harvick, Chris Mullman, Pat Richardson. Milikan, Bruce Allen, Bob Phleg, Jim Eller. ROW THREE: Swim team of last year had produced three strong teams this year. With the backing of such outstanding swimmers as Bruce Allen, Randy Cort, Joe Hardman, losrf xo. Mike Loy, Bob Waters, Don Connolly, Pete Linden, and Brian Price, the team has proved very successful in its practice meets and is looking forward to a winning year under the coaching of Mr. Connolly. top swimmers Coach Connolly, Randy Cort, Stu Smith, Don Connolly, Ron Fagonni, Mike Loy, Joe Hardman. page 159 Page 160 b wimming ROW ONE: Steve Allen, jim Berry, Doug Grant, Mark Cantor, Don Langley. ROW TWO: Marc Graff, Mike Wexler, Dave Orwitz, Bob Wares, Eric Young, Brian Price, Rob Grainger, Steve Moore, Pete Linden. c wimming ROW ONE: Curt Lindskog, Steve Ridgley, Bill Oacklin, Gary Wiesenborn, Greg Jones, Terry Baker. ROW TWO: Ken Fisher, Lawrence Phillips, John Mills, Alain Vowell, Larry Kaufman, Bob Willis, Tim Culler. xx Q -'Q Q V x Xin A X ' EL ""fiT-K'-'xxx wi f . mm- Ai I ' 13151 . ffl I 4 R1 'Q K Jf 'PW Q. 1 , AA, Q wiiwf K. ' W fwwixi, ,, 1 ,QQ MT "' 1 3 Qfqgf 'Y Q "X im ' , Kawai' 6'4- -2'-........g ' " Wir! golf ROW ONE: Chuck Werley, John Bitter, Dan Tomski, Dave Salk, Charles Doll. ROW TWO: Paul Feldman, joe Williams, Martin Imbler, Mark Epstein, Doug Droese, Dennis Casa- grande, Paul Slximoff, Diane Toby, James Price QI-lead coach and all around good guyj ROW THREE: Bob Somerby, Mike Marquardt. When the Yearbook went to press, the golf team had not yet played any matches. FAR LEFT: Head coach and all around good guy, James Price. LEFT: james Price Chead coach and all around good guy! shows Dennis Casa- grande how to drive as Martin Irnbler smiles craftily since he realizes they have forgotten the ball. FAR LEFT: An unprepared candid catches a sylvan scene of James Price fhead coach and all around good guy? and his merry men. On the left is a scene of pre-prepractice intetdigitation. On LEFT: Obviously unaware of the camera, Bob Somerby points as Mike Marquardt and Paul Shimoff pose. FAR LEFT: "Poems are made by fools like me, but these guys all belong in trees." i JU F 1 .A X A is 'YQ ' s - W., 5? if im. . . e' . 43 . X -Q A ' 2: U. W 'A t ig 2 QM M"W! I 5. block a ROW ONE: Kurt Jacobson, Ernie Evangelho, Bob Irish, Ferucio Bemard, Ez Bauman, Bob Jacobs, Bruce Reed, Murray Berger, Stu Smith, Pam Doll, Tom Brock, Roy Sullivan, Randy Cort, George Eisenberg, Paul Windish, Mike Nielsen, Mike Wexler, Bill Block, Paul Dana, Steve Carter. ROW TWO: Martin Imbler, Kent Connaughton, Larry Eich- ner, Andy Ford, Bob Pfleg, Marc Likens, Mark Tnxehlood, Hans Pairl, John Eason, Russ Coppo, John Hains, Jim Casso, Warren Egan, Dave Brandt, Mike Christopherson, Wayne Devencenzi, Ed Mellera. ROW THREE: Rick Nystrom, Casey Young, Sheldon Schuster, Larry Bau- man, Fred Fadelli, Stephan Ford, Mike Loy, George Queen, John Kawasaki, Jerry Okada, Larry Furlow, Barry Vann, Randy Linehan, Don Fisher, Bob Bacon, Fred Bortolin, Bob McCarthy. ROW FOUR: Robert Wells, Robert Toschi, Steve Pearson, Steve Eisenberg, Bruce Lumbard, Doug Edison, Bill McCarty, Steve Dowd, Lan Schadel, Doug Gilmore, Roh Grainger, Steve Feldstein, Alan Horn, Paul West, Bruce Allen, Don Connolly. ROW FIVE: Bruce Cameron, Ron Shinn, joe Niederaeiter, Lauren Szto, Gus Rochford, Dave Shoaf, Pat Richardson, Dave Fife, Tim Gildden, Peter Mayor, J. T. Jenkins, Ron Larson, Pete Linden, Bob Waters, Bob Gentry, Jim O'Neil. ROW SIX: Rob Cantalupo, Terry Futterer, Hal Godwin, Tom Kemp, Steve Skale, Steve Rose, Steve Greenberg, Les Han-ialro, Steve Fletcher, Jack Reid, Hugh Robertson, Dave Peas-son,, Mike Young, Dave Zunich, Bob Louth, Lars Larson. ROW SEVEN: Jeff Sweatt, Brian Barnard, Jim Fathy, Marc Graff, Doug Grant, Ed Caler, Cliff Cretan, Tom Peterson, Wayne Schrader, John Farris, Bob Colguhoun, Arnie Schmatze, Bob Tellman, Brent Ahlvin, jim Walker, Jim Bisetti. ROW EIGHT: Stan Garlington, Paul Shimoff, Bob Somerby, Mike Marquardt, Roy Larsen, Don Heyfron, Terry Drake, Tony Spencer, John Norrbom, Dave Biggio. The Block A advised by Mr. Dias, is comprised of athletes who have earned a block letter by individual success in a chosen sport. 'I'he highest possible award, the Golden A, was awarded to "Red" O'Neil this year. Page 164 , i lllsiT?fi3w'f'5ii?Qg 5 i e l 4. :few er V ' 'Ve' ' sf'-1 is inf QQVI-.MF sie' wr' ' "R Q . -. -lt i-'s'S?5i-t -six . A K' 'xl' 'K"'Wfi5 .un Q- err: srzaisfs , ' :-i+a t 'fl ' ABOVE: Jodi Tallman COIDCS Out of 3. Well Above is the synchronized swim team. ROW ONE: Pam Finkes, Sudie Bickel, Ellie Lewis, executed jack.knife. Dottie Pizarro, Kim Johnson, Mary Ann Mordock, Denise Dittmann. ROW TWO: Sarah Welch, Stephanie Head, Curtis Dittman, JoAnne Heinlo. ROW THREE: Leni King, Pat Senidach, Cheryl Ethridge, Kathy Hesketh, Sue Thirkell, BeBe Homs. Aragon's girls' swim team proved their outstanding a-bility by winning every meet. Although they faced some challenge from Hillsdale, they won each meet by at least 70 points. Mrs. Anderson praised the girls' ability to work 0 ' together to prepare for each meet and is looking forward to similar success Below is the Girls swim team. ROW ONE: Debbi Rumer, Part Ledell, Candance King, Canal Taylor, Diane Campagna, Jane Barich. ROW TWO: Linda Forest, Cheri Clark, jackie Matthias, Jodi Tallman, Karen Zugay, Pam Tenny, Karin Larson. ROW THREE: Susan Langley, Kit Strawsburg, Carole Williamson, Darcy Burmeister, Anne Bach, Lin Williams, Shari Greenberg, Jessica Jones. ROW FOUR: Barbara Sunderbruch, Alice DiGiorgio, Missy Dean, Lori Benson, Stevi Badt, Bonnie Quinby, Angie McManus. ROW FIVE: Margaret Lewicki, Becky BELOW: Diane CamP38U3 and Jane B3IiCh Gcneck, Sandy Burnham, Pam Reading, Pam Henry, Judy Tallet, Nancy Welch. PICPRIC t0 take 3 P1'2.CtlCC Staff. r P r ine. , Q,,t,,,,:3:o,., ct- 3- X' .en-i Y V - , : N goroaao - Xi FRONT ROW: Steffi Calkins, Pam Doll, Ruth Ferguson, Cherie Simmons. BACK ROW: Karen Kromhout, Jayne Marquardt, Betsy Hutchinson, Candy Lindskog. From the Girls Recreation Association, made up of all girls taking 6th period P.E., are formed the competitive athletic teams that participate in league after-school sports. - 4.1 7,7 , , , Y YY olle ball FAR LEFT: Candy Lindskog effort- lessly stretches up in preparation to spiking ball. RIGHT-ROW ONE: Denise Dittman, Pac I..idell, Barbara Haney, Sue Langley, Sue Cohen. ROW TWO: Jan Fife, Joan Eisenberg, Jan Alzeri, Connie Virgler, Chris Benedetti, Dulcie Kopfler. Coach Mrs. Johnson. ROW THREE: Diane Tagaliafico, Eva Hsu, Kathy Simms, Pat. Wesphal, Mari: Maeland, Sherie Komisarek, Kathy Lee, Judy Wolfe. FAR LEFT: Over, over, over, oh . . . RIGHT: Typical game scene, with all players obviously intent and eager, not to mention prepared. PAR LEFT--ROW ONE: Rita Kane, Jody Tallman, Steffi Calkins, Laurie Eisenhart, Sudi Bickel. ROW TWO: Chris Williams, Diane Campagna, Bonnie Quinby, Shelly Kalliam, Pam Tenny, Cherie Simmons, Candy Lindskog. ROW' THREE: Debbie Depot, Kit Strawsberg, Judy Tallett, Sandy Bumham, Jayme Mar- quardt. RIGHT: Jan Fife concentrates. Page 167 modem dance In upper left corner Linda Barr gracefully indicates the direction of the gym ceiling. In upper right corner, an abstract portrayal of life and death at Ara- gon High. In the middle, the Modern Dance Team. ROW ONE: Luana Devivo, Lynette Behm, Gail Metzger, Donna Hartley, Dolores Paez, Shirley Schutte, Linda Barr, Leslie Frisbie, Chris Eppes. ROW TWO: Ginny Bale, Linda Landon, Margaret Trau- gott, Diane Toby, Debbi Rabin, Carol Papenhause, jane Palmer, Judy Leavy, Peggy McCarthy, Laura Swenson. ROW THREE: Kathy Boyd, Fran Zins, Kathy Kalb, Pat I-Ianrahan, Evelyn Bohmker, Vicki Gadd, Mary Krempetz, Martha Mapgis, Barbara Barrett, Miss Um- lan . The highlight of the year for the Modern Dance class is the Spring Concert. The dances presented are assignments given during the year and cover all phases of dance. Some of which included the interpretation of rhythms, objects, situations and abstract ideas into dance move- ments. Since September, the girls have participated in workshops, gone on field trips, and taken mas- ter lessons from visiting teachers. In lower left corner, a modern magnification of the metaphysical metamorphosis of a mundane mon- goose. In lower right corner Chris Eppes and Jane Palmer studiously execute variations on the theme "The Think- er". i J 3 A. A J .Yi i . , i .3 N , ,' - 5 'g::1:a'Qi21Zg1:f,,i'i I 3 'ii-1-'Q X E ffff - SYM 3,1 ' ' " Qglawqk 5, , in 1 1' P' 1 a :Qin Q. ',9'5gr- ff. ,f v ' 3' ff ,jaw- o x, X Q Q 2 - X 5? ' 9- V LX ' . 4-:Q Q' 'M 3' 15' Y f A 1 f' A Vit - w. 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ROW TWO: Linda Bale, Chris Williams, Nancy Slavick, Yvonne Garrett, Rita Vrat, Diane Tagliafico, Pam Finkes, Carol Richter. ROW 'I'HREE: Candy Lindskog, Candy Clabaugh, Cherie Simmons, Paula Abraham, Mary Lou Salzman, Cheryl Pierce, Sue Nichols, Marit Maeland, Linda Masters, Sue Kresa, Shelly Kalliam. ROW FOUR: Jan Hol- sten, jean Traphagen, Bev Kaufman, Virginia Schmidt, Connie Wirgler, Kit Edwards, Linda Wiegner, Mrs. Johnson. LEFT: Front line RIGHT: Battle scars tenni The 1964 girls tennis team swept the MPL competition with a record of 6 wins and no losses. The team, under Miss Scott, was victorious in every case as proven by the scores which overwhelmed the opposition. Neither was the team lacking in spirit, as the girls were heard singing out rounds of the Aragon fight song after each victory. PICTURES : UPPER LEFT: Miss Scott, girls tennis coach, did a great job this year with the team and will coach again next year. UPPER RIGHT: Betsy Hutchinson, Bernice Green- hill, Pam Doll, Niki Hiatti and Kathie King discuss the quality of tennis balls during practise. LOW- ER LEFT: Mary Avery and Karen Kromhaut have a good rally with Ruth Fergeson and Carin Friend. LOWER RIGHT: Sherri Fuller re- turns the ball during a practise game. TEAM PICTURE. ROW ONE: joan Hes- lres, Pam Doll Laura Marana, Gale Brown, Sherri Fuller, jill Werner, Giana Hard ty, Judy Wolfe, Cherlynne Loy. ROW TWO: Carin Friend, John Eisenberg, Jan Fife, Ruth Ferguson, Chris Benedetti, Jan Ami- itage, Jeanne Hudson, Sue Trickett, Jayne Marquardt, Karen Kronhout, Maay Avery, Joan Romey. ROW III: Miss Scott, Kathy Robinson, Bev Cornet, Tina Seares, Pam Kueffer, Kathie King, Diana Mizer, Cindy Wood, Bernice Greenhill, Niki Hiatt, Betsy Htuchinson, Judy Singleton. Alhorn, Robert 24 Allard, Ron 24 Altieri, Janice 24,52,62,70,74,104,140,167,172 Ament, William 24,89 Anderson, Ronald 24,144,145 Appleton, Scott 24 Asbury, Joanne 24,84 Ascher, Gayle 24 Avery, Mary 24,52,93,96,103,l71,173 Bacon, Bob 22,23,24,54,61,62,63,64,67,78,79,, 100,104,106,155,164 Baglio, Victor 24 Bakewcll Barbara 24 Bale, Virginia 24,74,168,169 Balsells, John 24 Barnes, Barbara 20,21,25,69,74,89,95,101 Barr, Martha 25,89,101 Barrett, Barbara 25,78,99,168 Becker, Bartley 25,155 Behm, Lynette 23,25,76,78,79,31,82,90,168 Bello, Tony 25 Benner, Bob 25,64 Bennet, David 25 Bernhardt, Rich 25 Berry, Donald 25 Blatteis, Louise 20,21,25,53,63,65,71,73,84, 101 Block, William 25,54,82,86,144,148,155,164 Blumenthal, Frank 25,152 Bohmker, Evelyn 14,25,168 Bonnell, Marcia 25,84 Boyd, Kathryn 26 Bradfield, Sharlene 26 Brandt, Dave 26,65,137,l38,164 Brown, Gale 26,52,173 Brown, George 26,81,155 Brownson, John 26 Brudno, Alan 26,64 Burrell, Jeffrey 26,64 Burroughs, Lorraine 26,89 Bushey, Jim 26 Byrne, Suzanne 26,74,89 Cantlla, Diane 2 1 ,26,62,63 ,69,74,81,95,96, 107 Carbullido, Ron 26 Carpenter, Kristen 26,81 Carrol, Nancy 26,82,89 Carter, Stephen 27,64,143,15 5,164 Casagrande, Dennis 27,5Z,72,90,104.l62 CaSSa, Jim 21,27,31,104,1 3 3,164 Chapman, Jon R. 27 Chapman, Stephen 27,511,213 Christopherson, Michael 27,65,13 5,13 8,13 9, 1 56,1 64 Clark, Christopher 27,64 Clarke, Paul 27,155 Cocklin, Virginia 27 Cohen, Marsha 27,89 Cohen, Sam 27,90 Cohen, William 27,104,152 Coibion, Elizabeth 27 Cole, Curtis 27,64 Collins, Mark 20,21,2 8,62,63 ,104 Connaughton, Kent 20,28,78,79,13 5,1 55,164 Conner, John 28,64-,135 Cook, Dennis 28 Cook, Jim 28,155 Page 174 senior index Coppo, Russell 28,95,134,135,155,164 Cort, Randell 28,G5,85,135,138,159,l64 Cort, Randell 2B,65,85,l3S,138,159,164 Cosgriff, Christine 28,81 Cram, Kenneth 28,78,81 Cranert, Daralyn 28,68,84,101 Cretan, Clifford 28,64,69,80,81,90,155,164 Croxford, Kris 28,64 Curry, Barbara 28,54 Curtis. Edward 28 Dacus, Diane 28 Dalley, Suzanne 29 Daluz, Irene 29 Dana, Paul 21,29,60,62,63,65,G9,76,104,164 Darranogue, Jay 29,153 Davidson, James 29 Davis, Fred 29 Dayton, Charles 29,62,99 Dean, Katherine 29 DeRow, Cynthia 29 Develing, Jack 29 Devincenzi, Wayne 29,64,135,139,l64 Dias, Carol 20,21,29,53 Dillenberg, Lorie 29,96 Dodds, Deborah 29 Doll, Pamela 20,21,29,54,61,62,63,68,74,76, 89,103,104,140,164,!66,171,173 Droese, Douglas 21,30,65,69,l62 Eason, John 20,21,30,6l,62,63,69,71,90, 134,135,164 Edwards, Kathryn 30,96,172 Edwards, Kirk 30,99 Egan, Vfarren 30,156,164 Eide, Lee 30,80,81,104 Eisenberg 30,53,60,62,63,66,67,69,71, 73,74,95,104,155,164 Eisenberg, Martin 30,76 Eisenhart, Laurie 30,96,140,167,l70,171,172 Ellison, Gary 30 Elward, David 30,152 Engleman, Jill 21,30,64,96 Epperson, Suzanne 30 Eppes, Christine 20,21,30,54,65,104,107,168 Fagotti, Jeanne 30,81 Fanucci, Peggy 31,68,81 Fauncci, Peggy 31,68,8l Farmer, Betty 31 Fathy, Richard 20,31,143,144,148 Fergueson, Ruth 31,52,76,140,166,170,l73 Ferry, Diane 31,54 Figone, Ronald 31,65,80,81 Finkes, David 31 Fisher, Donald zo,z1,s1,s2,1ss,1s4 Flint, Kevin 31 Flodihn, Stig 31 Foley, Stephen 20,3l,81,82,83 Ford, Andrew 31,155,164 Ford, Robert 31 Fraeehia, Gareth z1,s1,s4,s2,s9,1o4,1os Franz, Edith 31,72,76,78,100 Friedman, Don 32,55,80,81,96,101 Friend, Penny 32,65,101 Fuller, Cheryl 32,93,96,173 Furlow, Larry 32,53,104,163,l64 Furuyama, Eileen 23,32,64 Gadd, Victoria 22,32,62,63,74,168 Gaffin, Anne 32 Galindau, Louise 32 Gandolfo, Barbara 32 Gardner, Royal 32,143.163 Garlington, Stan 32,163,164 Gehant, Cheri 32 Geneck, Rebecca 32,165 Gensler, Don 32,54,74,84,98 Gianandrea, Nichele 32 Gielow, Lois 23,33,80,81 Gilberg, Nancy 33 Gilmore, Doug 33,54,62,65,69,74,104,154 Gislason, Jeffrey 33 Guisto, Diane 33 Glaubert, Michele 21,30,70,71,85 Glidden, Timothy 21,23,33,39,79,90,104, 155.164 Godwin, Joseph 33,99 Goldstein, Paul 33 Goldstone, Joanne 33 Graham, John 33 Gray, Terry, 33,82,83 Greenhill, Bernice 33,69,76,81,140,170,173 Grimes, Nancy 33,54,65,70,84 Gunn, Richard 33 Hfains, John 34,ll1,135,155,164 Hall, Stanley 34 Hamilton, Margo 23,34,62,64,66,140,170,172 Haney, Barbara 34,81,140,167,170 Hanrahan, Patricia 34,78,79,84,85,l00,168 Hansen, Robert 34 Harvick, William 21,34,65,84,90,104,159 Hashiguchi, Keith 34 Heath, Harvey 34,104,143,155 Hedrick, Susan 34 Hennessey, Peter 34 Henry, Pamela 34,68,69,76,84,85,100,140, 165,170 Herken, Gregory 34,78,98 HCUHZDSOH, Sheri 34,52,69,74,76,S4,95,96, 101,104 Hiatt, Susan 34,53,72,76,173 Hoenack, Brigette 104 Hoffman, Paul 35,64 Hogg, Adrienne 35 Holsten, Janice 21,35,62,63,70,7l,74,89, 140,172 Hoskins, Gilman 23,35,76,78,79,90,98 Houston, Dennis 35 Hudson, Jeanne 35,62,173 Hughes, John 35 Humber, RiCha1'd 22,23,35,66,67,76,78,81,82 Humphrey, Ann 35,89 Humphrey, James 35 Hutching, Donna 35 Imbler, Martin 35,79,89,162,164 Irvine, Carol 35 Itakura, Grace 35,81 Izmirian, Richard 35,65,89 Jefferson, David 36 Johnson, John 36 Johnson, Linda fCalcagno 36 Jones, Linda 36 Jost, Gayle 36 Joyce, Pamela 36,73,89 Juchert, Gary 36,153 Kacludis, Mario 36 Kane, Rita 36,140,167,170,171,172 Kawasaki, John 36,153,164 Keiles, Barbara 36 Kelley, Royce 22,23,36,76,84,90 Kelton, Kenneth 37 King, Katherine 20,37,63,69,75,78,89,90,100, 140,173 Kirkpatrick, Larry 37 Klinger, John 37,81 Knobloch, Cheryl 37 Krase, Robert 23,37,73,79,90,95,100 Kraus, Cheryl 37 Krempetz, Mary 37,169 Krough, Susan 37,84,89,l0l Krug, Philip 37 Kruttschnitt, Karen 21,37,54,60,62,63,65,70, 7l,73,74,8-1,104,172 Kueffer, Pamela 37,69,89,140,170.173 Landon, Linda 37,89,168 Lang, Virginia 23,37,8l senior index 1-M V V' I --...s. 1, li N - ,KLZAL f 2. 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' ' ' ' 'if ,n......,.,......,.....,.,.........,.., .,... - ,..., .- ,,. , U, ..,.... ..,...,. ..,. . -..M,..,,.,,W,,,,,,,, Langley, Susan 37,165,167 Langston, Margie 38 Larson, Lawerence 38,69,155,164 Laurie, Nancy 38 Lazar, Barbara 38 Leahy, Patricia 38,81,89 Learn, Dixie 38,90 Leavy, Judith 38,84,96,168 Leavy, Susan 38,53 Leendersen, Gerald 38,65,l00,135,155 Lefcourt, Lewis 38,15 3 Lewis, Barbara 38 Lintini, Virginia 38 Loy, Michael ss,is9.1s4 Lund, Susan 38,82,140,170 Maeland, Marie 22,23,38,53,62,63,74,76,77, 81,140,167,170,171,172 Mangis Martha 39,63,74,99,168 Mansfield, Debbi 39 Marcus, Jeffrey 39 Marquardt, Michael 23,39,78,79,90,162,164 Martens, Heidi 39 Martin, Chralene 39,53,62,63,B1,104 Martni, Susan 39 Mayo, Terry 39,53 McCarthy, Patty Jean 39 McCarthy, Peggy 39,104,168 McCool, Denise 39,76,82,89,90 McFadden, James 39 McFall, Susan 39,99 McGraw, Vickie 39 McLain, Douglas 39,53,62 Meeda, Randy 21,40,135,156 Mellera, Edward 40,54,82,152,164 Metzger, Gail 40,80,81,96,168 Meyers, Steven 40 Mills, Judi 40,99 Milton, Meredith 40,92,93,96 Mitchell, Roger 40 Mitchell, Sally 40 Mizer, Diana 40,74,173 Morse, Scott 40 Mullman, Chfls 40,S3,64,B9,93,100,l04,10G, 159 Mufree, Marilyn 40,84 Narup, Karen 40 Ness, Deborah 40 Nicholson, Todd 40 Nielson, Michael 4l,65,135,139,144,145,156, 157,164 Nishimoto, Carrie 41 Nolan, Timothy 41 Noe, Michael 41,96 Nordstrom, Linda 41 Norris, Jeffrey 41 O'Brien, Jeffrey 41,53 Ochi, Sam 41,152 Odden, Cynthia 21,41,6S,81,82 ' ' ' X rs I r z Ogada, Marilynn 41,64,74 Okada, Jerry 41,54,156,164 O'Nie1, James 21,41,52,134,13 5,136,139,l44, 146,l56,157,164 Om-off, Barbara 21,41,74,96,l56,157,164,172 Paerl, Hans 41 Paez, Delores 41 Plamer, Jane 42,65,66,74,84,107,168 Papenhouse, Carol 42,168 Pasquini, Terrie 42 Paul, Dennis 42,65 Pearson, Stephen 42,62,144,145,1 64 Peterson, Neil 42 Phaling, Nancy 42 Pisciotta, Mary Ann 42,74 Poole, Catherine 42 Provence, james 42 Prudhomme, Suzanne 42 Queen, George 42,164 Rain, Jack 42 Richman, Louise 42,66,67,69,76,89,90 Richmond, Susan 42,70 Rist, John 43,65 Rogers, Travis 43,104 Rollett, Joan 43,74,89 Rolley, Pam 43 Roost, Kenneth 20,21,43,B1,82 Rossi, Judy 43,71,74,85 Rotondo, Richard 43,69 Rozewslri, Anthony 43,65 Rumell, Rhonda 43 Rusake, Janet 21,43 Salk, Barbara 43,53,74 Samuel, Karen 43 sehsdel, Landon 21,4s,s2,s2,sx,s9,7o,71,154 Schaaf, Ronnie 43 Scheideman, Diane 44,65,71,73 Schrader, Wayne 44,61,62,63,64,78,90,144, 145,147,164 Schneder, Suzanne 22,23,44,76,79,89,90,9B Schromm, Linda 44,64,76 Schuster, Sheldon 20,Z1,44,82,143,159,164 Schutte, Lloyd 22,44,76,89,101 Schutte, Shirley 21,44,54,62,73,76,85,107,168 Schwerin, Nancy 44,84 Searls, Gwenne 44,89,173 Sendach, Howard 44 Shapiro, Robert 44 Shimoff, Paul 44,53,64,67,93,l04,162,154 Shinhira, Yoslxita 44 Singleton, Judy 22,44,62,63,74,76,7X,89,100, l40,169,l70,l73,179 Shoaf, David 44,153 Sjoden, Christine 45 Slade. Sharon 45,65 Smith, Annette 45,78,85,l00 Smith, Daniel 45 Soal, Carol 45,81 Somerby, Robert 23,45,52,53,67,74,78,79,39, 90, 104, 144,147,148,l62,lS4 Spencer, Richard 45,62,71,84,104 Sroka, Renee 45 Stathes, Kirk 45,62,68,89,163 Steel, Diane 45 Sterling, Gary 45 Stewart, Lee 45 Stockstadc, Carol 45 Strawsburg, Kit 20,45,53,6J,68,69,74,140,l65, 167,170 Susoff, Catherine 45 Swanson, Candy 46 Swenson, john 46,135 Swenson, Laura 46,168 Swenson, Paul 46,64,134,135,139,l52 Swickard, Robert 46,155 Tabler, Susan 22,23,46,63,74,76,78,79,82,90 Takemori, Edward 46 Teachout, Robert 46 Teller, Miriam 46,54,103 Thodas, Dennis 46,155 Toby, Diane 46,9i',96,16Z,168 Tocchini, Robert 46 Tomlin, William 46 Toniatti, Pam 46,53 Toschi, Robert 46,54,144,147,164 Traugott, Margaret 22,47,52,62,66,68,76,96, 168 Tremain, Dennis 47,78,89 Ttueblood, Mark 47,S2,64,B1,82,135,138,l56, 164 Tullar, Susan 47 Turchet, Victor 47,159 Urbano, Sid 47 Uttley, Doug B. 47 Vadnais, Thomas 47 Vanzandt, Donald 47 Vasiliev, Igor 47 Veimola, Jerrold 47.ls1,82,83 Vrat, Dev 23,47,78 Wagncr', Paul 47 Wahrer, Raymond 47 Wallace, Kayne 47,65 Waters, Don 48,135,138 Wayne, Pamela 48,64,76,93 Wells, Robert 48,144,l47,164 Welch, SIf31'l 21,48,68,76,85,101,165 White, Brenda 48 Wiegner, Linda 48,140,170,172 Williams, Susan 48 Williamson, Carol 48,96 Willyard, Mary Ellen 48,74,99 Wilson, Bill 48,7639 Wilson, Dale 48 Wilson, john 20,48,52,S2,63,76,90,115 Windish, Paul 48,135,164 Winkler, Paul 48,135,164 Winslow, Glenn 48,62,65,135,13B Wollner, Kristen 20,21,49,62,63,66,67,69, 74,76,84,85,89,90 Wood, P3111 49,53,144,148 Wood, Robert 49 Wright, Douglas 49 Yamaguma, Mark 49,149 Young, Michael 49,64,l56,157,164 Zatkin, Rochelle 49,73,84,104 Page 175 KN , , qi' I' I If , - Af'-fl,Q,Q'1L' ec' L' m'Lk'cLLd -L'-A . vair,i0Lh,,L, , I Y-L Il I-2Q7Q-Jv!-C lk LQ'LaJL.gD! .H ,U-LHC Mb., 5491,-5lLSt2oJ Vue OM alia..-A .1 JJ-fu' LK 601,474 L, A at Least ,ef f LQM we be L sd QL! 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